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OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE (Continued)
Refractory Panel Replacement
When replacing the refractory panels, it is possible that the insulation paper behind them detached
from the walls of firebox. You must properly position the insulation paper or get a new one from
your dealer before putting the new refractory panels.
Replacing the Glass
The glass used in the Caldor is ceramic glass 4 mm thick having dimensions of: 315 mm x 1036
mm and tested to reach temperatures up to 1400 ºF. If the glass breaks, it must be replaced with
one having the same specification. Contact your dealer to obtain a genuine replacement part.
WARNING
DO NOT USE THE WOOD INBUILT WITH A BROKEN OR MISSING REFRACTORY PANEL.
WARNING
TEMPERED GLASS OR ORDINARY GLASS WILL NOT WITHSTAND THE HIGH
TEMPERATURES OF THE CALDOR.
DO NOT ABUSE THE GLASS DOOR BY SLAMMING IT AGAINST THE WOOD INBUILT.
DO NOT OPERATE THE WOOD INBUILT WITH A CRACKED OR BROKEN GLASS.
WHEN YOU REMOVE THE GLASS FROM ITS FRAME, DUE TO ITS WEIGHT, THE DOOR
WILL SEEK TO GO UPWARDS QUICKLY.
1. Open the glass door (A) by lifting the lock located (E) on right side of the glass door.
2. Insert the removable handle that allows you to open the zero clearance wood inbuilt's glass
door, in the bottom left corner of the door frame (see below).
3. Remove the 8 screws (D) that secure the 4 glass retainers (C).
4. Remove all debris from the frame.
5. Use only 4 mm ceramic glass.
6. Slide the new window (B) into the frame (A) and fasten it in place with the screws removed
earlier (D) and the glass retainers (C).
7. Handle the glass with care to avoid injury.
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