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Important information ..................................... 2
Assembling your Metro ................................... 2
Floor protector requirements .......................... 5
Installing your Metro ....................................... 6
Wetback installation ....................................... 7
Getting to know your Metro ............................. 9
Operating your Metro ................................... 11
Cleaning and maintenance .......................... 11
Troubleshooting ........................................... 13
Metro warranty ............................................. 14
Replacement parts & accessories ................. 15
19 Oropuriri Road // New Plymouth 4312
info@metrofires.co.nz // www.metrofires.co.nz

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  • Page 1: Table Of Contents

    Floor protector requirements ......5 Troubleshooting ........... 13 Installing your Metro ........6 Metro warranty ..........14 Wetback installation ........7 Replacement parts & accessories ....15 Getting to know your Metro ......9 19 Oropuriri Road // New Plymouth 4312 info@metrofires.co.nz // www.metrofires.co.nz...

  • Page 2: Important Information

    • The appliance and flue-system shall be installed in accordance • Do not install a Metro fire if there is any sign of visible damage to with AS/NZS2918 and the appropriate requirements of the relevant...

  • Page 3

    Assembling your Metro wood fire Metro Insert firebox Diagram 1 - ECO & LTD Insert Firebox • Remove from within the firebox the plastic bag containing the bolt kit, two firebricks wrapped in a cardboard wrapper Spacer Washer Cabinet Top...

  • Page 4: Assembling Your Metro

    Assembling your Metro wood fi re Diagram 2 - Firebox brick and baffl e locations ECO Insert Firebox LTD Insert Firebox Smart Insert & LTD Smart Insert Firebox Front baffl e Rear baffl e Front baffl e Rear baffl e...

  • Page 5: Floor Protector Requirements

    Metro fireplace inserts are designed to be installed directly onto a concrete The ECO Smart Insert requires an insulating floor protector with base. The floor protector is required to project in front of the Metro and recommended construction of tiles on 26mm thick eterpan or alternative must extend a minimum of 200mm to each side of the door opening insulating material of equivalent insulation properties.

  • Page 6

    Position the Metro Insert firebox which is still attached to its wooden pallet 9. If installing into a clean air zone, the Metro ECO Insert firebox must be directly in front of the fireplace cavity with the rear of the insert facing the installed with Metro’s ECO Insert fan as detailed on page 2.

  • Page 7: Wetback Installation

    • Fitting the water heater is best performed prior to installing the Insert fi rebox into the fi replace cavity The Metro ECO Trend Insert is not approved with a wetback in a clean air • Wetbacks must be connected with water before operating the zone but can be installed with either Pioneer’s 3kW or 4kW wetback option...

  • Page 8

    7. Smear a “liberal but even” amount of Pioneer fire cement over the Note: The hot water output of this water heating device is dependent on entire ‘flat face’...

  • Page 9

    In New Zealand a building consent is required from your local building • A key feature of all LTD Metro’s is their ability to burn at a very low rate. authority. The homeowner is responsible for obtaining this consent To familiarise yourself with correct operation of this feature, please ensure you read the “extended burning”...

  • Page 10: Getting To Know Your Metro

    If however you live in a warmer climate and use your Metro for only a few hours a day over the colder months, electricity savings will be considerably less.

  • Page 11: Operating Your Metro

    6-8 hour period. break the glass. During the very first fire your Metro will give off an odour and fumes as the Extended burning (rural models only) firebox paint cures. Do not be alarmed. Open all windows and externally opening doors in that room and close any internally opening doors.

  • Page 12

    If deterioration is noticed contact your Metro retailer or installer. Over a period of time ash will build up in the base of the Metro’s firebox and require removal. The time this build-up takes depends on the density The flue pipe should also be swept a minimum of once a year, or as and cleanliness of your fuel.

  • Page 13: Troubleshooting

    If your Metro is installed correctly, your fuel is dry and you operate your fire correctly, you will find it to be a pleasure to use. Metro’s many years of If you have checked all of the previous factors and the fire is still smoking experience within the wood heating industry has shown that dissatisfaction into the room, it’s possible there may be a down draft issue.

  • Page 14: Metro Warranty

    Metro, dated proof of purchase and name of retailer purchased from. It is recommended, but not a condition of this warranty, that a full service/ inspection of the Metro fi re be carried out at the end of each winter season. Warranty Exclusions This manufacturer’s warranty does not cover)

  • Page 15

    Listed below are the parts and product codes for your Metro wood fi re. The Note: Impact damage when loading wood and burning wood which is not promet/baffl e should be regularly checked and must always be in place properly seasoned, i.e.

  • Page 16

    Visit the Metro website: metrofi res.co.nz to view Metro’s ‘video demos’ showing the latest in wood fi re technology energy saving options. You can view the entire Metro product range, fi nd out where your nearest Metro retailer is located or simply check out the latest specifi cations, installation requirements and emission and effi ciency data for the Metro of your choice.

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