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Firebox and burner tray assembly


Three piece decorative trim 


Cast firefront 


Moulded ceramic fibre combustion matrix


Moulded ceramic front strip


Individual ceramic coals (coal models)


Individual ceramic pebbles (pebble models)


Ceramic brick effect radiant panels


Ceramic brick panel retaining clips


Cable fixing kit; 2 cables, 2 tensioners, 2 cable clamps, 4 eyebolts


Sealing grommet


Lengths of adhesive sealing strip


Self tapping screw pack; 4 No8 x 5/16


Set of manufacturers instructions


Fibre Rawl Plugs


Note: Ensure that the gas supply is isolated before commencing installation of

the appliance. 

The fireplace opening and environment must be in compliance with specifica-

tions laid down in the appropriate sections of these instructions.

Remove the appliance from it’s carton as described previously and stand upon

a dust sheet or similar. Place the decorative frame, coals, ceramics and fixings

safely to one side. Remove the burner from the assembly by removing the

retaining screws.  The tray is now free, and may be lifted away.

RADIANT PANELS:  The three radiant panels may now be fixed inside the fire-

box. Select the patterned side of each panel and insert as follows; Lay the fire-

box on it’s back. Lay the tapered panel onto the rear face of the firebox. 

The side panels should be fitted by inserting their front edges into the pre-fitted

retaining brackets on the front face of the firebox. Gently align the side panels

with the side of the firebox as shown, over the top of the back panel already in place. 

Make sure that the side panels are pushed 

up firmly to the roof of the firebox, and back firmly to retain

the tapered panel. Make small adjustments to line up the mortar lines if required. Secure the side pan-

els using the small ‘L’ shaped brackets and screws provided (shown inset). The screws should locate

into the pre-punched holes in the sides of the firebox.

SPIGOT RESTRICTOR: If installing the fire into a Class 1 or good Class 2 flue, simply bend up (stitch

bend join) the spigot restrictor into position in the flue outlet of the fire. 


MUST remove (or bend down fully) the spigot restrictor and re-test if the

appliance fails a spillage test during commissioning. 

SUPPLY PIPE ENTRY:  Knockout holes are provided in the rear and sides of the

firebox for use where concealed pipework is required. Where necessary, knock

out the appropriate hole with a sharp tap from a hammer, and fit the rubber

grommet supplied. A small incision can now be made in the rubber to slip snug-

ly around the outside of the pipe and sleeving. 

Do not install or use the appliance without the seals in place. If a hole is inad-

vertently opened, reseal with an intact grommet. Failure to fit the seal correct-

ly will cause flue suction to act upon the area under the burner, resulting in

poor performance and intermittent cutting out of the burner.





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The appliance is supplied with a decorative frame. The frame attaches as a three piece

clip-on assembly. If the firebox is to be retained by the cable method, this is the most

convenient stage at which to fit the three piece clip on frame. Before fitting the frame

remove any plastic protective coating. The side pieces of the clip on assembly should

be pushed into position first, followed by the top bar (shown), which should overlap

the sides.

IMPORTANT NOTE:  Due to the possibility of sharp edges, care should be taken

when handling the three piece frame components.  The use of protective gloves is rec-


Place the firefront into position in front of the fire and slide the ashpan door into place.

Do not use any other firefront other than the one supplied with this appliance. The

firefront shown in these instructions may differ from the one supplied with the appli-



Before installing the fire, check the flue using a smoke pellet. All of the smoke should travel up the flue and exit correctly from the terminal.

If problems are found, DO NOT fit the fire until corrective action is completed.

Protect the decorative hearth whilst pushing the firebox in and out of the opening. Part of the packaging will make an ideal hearth saver pad.

Before running the gas supply into the opening, offer up the firebox to the fireplace

to check the fit is good. Angle the firebox or adjust the spigot outlet as described in

the Fitting the Firebox section. Ensure that it slides in correctly, the sealing face sits flat

and square to the wall or infill panel, and that the base is firm on the floor of the open-

ing as no leaks are permissible here. At this stage it is essential to ensure that the spig-

ot outlet of the fire is not restricted in any way. Remove the firebox and take any nec-

essary measurements before making good and preparing for final installation.

Apply the self adhesive sealing strips to the back of the fireframe to give a continuous


CABLE FIXING. For fixing of the fire by the cable method, see the relevant section.

The cable fixing locations should be marked on the back of the opening and the holes

drilled. Fit the fibre rawlplugs and eyebolts to these holes. 

Note: Plastic rawlplugs are

NOT suitable for this application.

SCREW FIXING. For fixing by screw, mark and drill the fireframe or base, and the relevant points in the opening or on the wall. Rawlplugs will

again be required. Pre-punched holes are not provided for this purpose to allow you to choose the optimum positions.

GAS SUPPLY. Following preparation for the fixing method, the concealed gas supply, where required, can now be put into place. Refer to the

gas supply section for suggested pipe routes. The ends of the sleeving in which the gas pipe is run should be sealed. The ends of the 8mm

supply pipe should be temporarily sealed to prevent the ingress of debris during fixing.


When the opening is ready for installation of the fire, the gas supply can be routed as shown in the diagram below.  IMPORTANT - Wherever

a concealed connection is made a rubber grommet must be used to seal the firebox.






Fireplace opening

Gas valve

Suggested gas supply routes



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