1.1 SPECIAL CHARACTERISTICS
A) The smoldering glow of the flames are similar those observed in a real fireplace.
This heater is ideal for year round use even when the central heating has been turned off.
B) This fireplace produces a hot air current.
1.2 UNPACKING AND INSTALLING YOUR ELECTRIC FIREPLACE
Open the packaging carefully and remove the fireplace.
Remove and discard the plastic bag.
BE RESPONSIBLE WHEN HANDLING THE PACKING MATERIALS.
WARNING: KEEP PLASTIC WRAPPING AWAY FROM CHILDREN.
Keep the original packaging for future transport and/or storage.
Keep the front of the unit, through which the heat is radiated, at least 3'/0.9 m away from furniture,
curtains and other flammable objects/materials at all times.
Ensure there is a grounded socket nearby (back of the appliance).
A dedicated power circuit is recommended for the unit but not required. Additional electrical appliances on the same
circuit may exceed the current (amperage) rating for that circuit. If after the installation of your unit, the circuit breaker trips
or the fuse fails on a repeated basis, then a dedicated circuit will likely be required.
Any new wiring must be done in compliance with local and national codes and other applicable regulations in order
to reduce the risk of fire, electric shock or other injuries. It is strongly recommended that you hire a licensed electrician
to complete any such work.
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