OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE (Continued)
When in use, the fireplace chimney damper must be set in
the fully open position (Position +).The chimney damper
should be in the closed position (Position -) when there has
not been any wood or embers in the fireplace for a few
hours. This will minimize cold air leakage from the
Plated Finish Maintenance
If your appliance has a plated finish, use a metal polish and a soft cloth to clean it. Do not use
abrasives such as steel wool, steel pads or an abrasive cleaner as they may scratch the finish.
Glass Door Cleaning
Under normal conditions, your door glass should stay relatively clear. If your firewood is dry
enough and you follow the operating instructions in this manual, a whitish, dusty deposit will form
on the inside of the glass after a week or so of use. This is normal and can be easily removed
when the zero clearance wood inbuilt is cool by wiping with a damp cloth or paper towel and then
Never try to clean the glass when the zero clearance wood inbuilt is hot.
Do not use abrasives to clean your zero clearance wood inbuilt’s door glass.
Cleaning and Painting the Zero Clearance Wood Inbuilt
Do not attempt to clean or paint the zero clearance wood inbuilt when the unit is hot.
Painted surfaces can be wiped down with a damp cloth.
If the paint becomes scratched or damaged, you can give your zero clearance wood inbuilt a brand
new look by repainting it with heat-resistant paint. Before painting, roughen the surface with fine
sand paper, wipe it down to remove dust, and apply two thin coats of paint. For best results, use
the same paint that was originally used on the zero clearance wood inbuilt, which is available in
spray cans. See your dealer for details.
Maintaining Your Wood Heating System