An appliance connected to the chimney in accordance with the Manufacturer's instructions.
Adverse weather conditions in this context mean the weather conditions that adversely affect the fire startup. Such conditions include relatively high outside air temperatures, particularly in the afternoon. In such a case, prior to lighting the fire it is necessary to warm up the chimney to a temperature above the outside air temperature.
The room, in which a heating unit is installed, should have a sufficient fresh air supply to support good combustion, particularly during the fire startup. If the air supply is not sufficient, a door or a window should be left open for some time.
Failure to empty the ash tray regularly. When the ash build-up is in contact with grate, the latter can not cool down and therefore burns out.
Firebox components get damaged when a stove is forced to generate heat significantly exceeding the maximum temperature recommended by the Manufacturer, i.e. when it is subject to excessive refuelling in order to heat a space that is too large as compared to designed heating output of that particular stove type.
When lighting the fire in the morning, while the plate is stil tepid, clean it with a dishwashing liquid and sponge. Then wipe off with a dry cloth.
If fuel of recommended quality is used and if the chimney is properly designed and maintained, the combustion will be good and the glass will not stain. For normal periodical cleaning use ordinary window cleaning liquids.
With fireproof Thermodur paint which is available from all authorised Services in 0.75 kg packages or 400 ml spray bottles.
Spare parts are available from the Manufacturer as well as from all authorised Services.
For the entire lifetime of a product, i.e. for a minimum period of seven years from the date when the last unit of a particular model was sold.