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Job No: J112167 Sample N o VC CE001161 Location Ivy Cottage Z1.03 - Room 3 Item: Adhesive to the concrete floor Identification: Visually Consistent Sample Approx. Quantity: 15m 2 Accessibility: Easy Product Type: Reinforced Composite 0 Extent of damage: Medium Damage 0 Surface treatment: Completely Sealed 0 Asbestos type: No Asbestos Detected 0 Action: Comments: No comments Material Assessment Score: 0 19 Doc 106d Issue 34 Issued by Jonathan Francis on 9 Jan 2017

Job No: J112167 Sample N o Location CE001162 Ivy Cottage G.03 - Kitchen and Lobby Item: Screed below the vinyl within the lobby Identification: Identified Approx. Quantity: 2m 2 Accessibility: Difficult Product Type: Reinforced Composite 0 Extent of damage: Good Condition 0 Surface treatment: Completely Sealed 0 Asbestos type: No Asbestos Detected 0 Action: Comments: No comments Material Assessment Score: 0 20 Doc 106d Issue 34 Issued by Jonathan Francis on 9 Jan 2017

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    Health & Safety File including Oper

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    Health & Safety File Introduction T

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    Health & Safety File Health and Saf

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    Health & Safety File Description of

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    Health & Safety File Material Suppl

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    Quote 1055856 Customer name: Graham

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    ELEC O&M MANUAL: Ivy Cottage SECTIO

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    DATA SHEET: UCL series ISSUE: BADEC

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    Crown Flooring Operation & Maintena

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    5. Cleaning and Maintenance Registe

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    Registered in England and Wales: Co

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    Registered in England and Wales: Co

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    Registered in England and Wales: Co

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    Heat 45 & 55 User Instructions FAN

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    1 BOILER CONTROLS / DISPLAY 1st STA

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    To shut Down the Boiler 1. For shor

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    Keston Heat - User’s 7

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    Health & Safety File Cambridge Stov

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    CONTENTS INDEX: WARRANTY………

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    PLEASE READ THESE INSTRUCTIONS PRIO

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    REMOVING INTERNAL COMPONENTS All in

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    RE-ASSEMBLING THE STOVE Front Dimen

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    LEGAL REQUIREMENTS Hunter Stoves Gr

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    COMMISSIONING & HANDOVER APPLIANCE

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    B) To operate pull the air control

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    FIREBRICKS In normal use, these can

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    OPERATION SMOKE PROBLEMS ADVERSE WE

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    STOVE CARE PRODUCTS All replacement

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    BODY ASSEMBLY SPARES ASPECT COMPACT

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    SERVICE RECORDS 1 st Service Date o

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    For both Solid Fuel and Gas Stoves:

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    CONTENTS INDEX: WARRANTY………

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    PLEASE READ THESE INSTRUCTIONS PRIO

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    REMOVING INTERNAL COMPONENTS All in

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    RE-ASSEMBLING THE STOVE Refit all t

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    comply with current Building Regula

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    COMMISSIONING & HANDOVER APPLIANCE

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    B) To operate pull the air control

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    FIREBRICKS In normal use, these can

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    OPERATION SMOKE PROBLEMS ADVERSE WE

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    STOVE CARE PRODUCTS All replacement

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    BODY ASSEMBLY SPARES ASPECT 5 SLIML

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    SERVICE RECORDS 1 st Service Date o

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    For both Solid Fuel and Gas Stoves:

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    R and N Construction 135 Sunnymead

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    7 YEAR LIFE CARBON MONOXIDE POISONO

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    CONTENTS Features 4 Carbon monoxide

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    CO enters the body through the lung

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    WARNING: This carbon monoxide detec

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    WHERE TO INSTALL YOUR DETECTOR This

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    In addition to the above the follow

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    To mount on a wall or ceiling: Plea

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    This should be continued for the li

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    test for the sounder, power pack an

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    15cm (6”) Step 4 Turn the detecto

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    • Within 3 minutes when exposed t

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    WHAT TO DO IN THE EVENT OF AN ALARM

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    The alarm will sound: • Between 6

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    This warranty does not affect your

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    Electrical WARNING - THIS APPLIANCE

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    Energy Saving Tips The energy we us

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    Technical Information SPM 150W/m²

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    Do’s and Don’ts DO Carefully re

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    Electrical Safety Considerations As

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    Installing the Mat (Continued) Step

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    Control Card Place this card in a v

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    Warmup plc., United Kingdom 702 & 7

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    Contents Contents Safety informatio

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    Safety information Congratulations

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    Safety information 4. If the supply

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    Safety information This appliance s

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    Safety information Do not let child

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    Safety information • The liquid d

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    Safety information Instructions abo

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    Installation Spanner Bolt caps Hose

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    Installation Installation Flooring

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    Installation STEP 3 Adjust the leve

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    Installation 8. Connect the other e

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    Installation STEP 5 Position the dr

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    Before you start Initial settings R

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    Before you start STEP 6 Apply a pro

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    Before you start NOTE The actual ap

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    Before you start To use liquid dete

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    Operations Operations Press to chan

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    Operations Cycle overview Standard

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    Operations Options Option Pre Wash

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    Operations Settings Child Lock To p

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    Maintenance Smart Check To enable t

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    Maintenance Cleaning Surface of the

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    Maintenance Detergent drawer A 1. W

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    Troubleshooting Checkpoints If you

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    Troubleshooting Troubleshooting Sto

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    Troubleshooting Information codes I

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    Troubleshooting Code AC6 Action Che

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    Specifications Protecting the envir

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    Specifications Power consumption Ty

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    Specifications According to Regulat

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    Specifications According to Regulat

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    Specifications According to Regulat

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    QUESTIONS OR COMMENTS? COUNTRY CALL

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    Contents Contents Safety informatio

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    Safety information Congratulations

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    Safety information 7. For use in Eu

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    Safety information Safety informati

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    Safety information When gas (city g

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    Safety information • This may res

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    Installation Accessories (supplied)

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    Installation Location requirements

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    Installation Drain hose (if necessa

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    Installation By using the drain pip

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    Installation 2. Use a thin object t

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    Installation 8. Remove the 2 screws

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    Installation 2. Remove 2 screws (A)

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    Installation 8. Move the bottom scr

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    Operations Displays all cycle infor

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    Operations Cycle overview Operation

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    Operations Cycle chart NOTE For bes

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    Operations Rack Dry (applicable mod

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    Operations Cycle guide Always follo

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    Maintenance WARNING • Do not clea

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    Maintenance Water tank To avoid lea

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    Maintenance 4. Clean the heat excha

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    Troubleshooting Symptom Lint on clo

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    Appendix Iron dry or steam temperat

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    Appendix DV9*M50****, DV8*M50****,

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    Appendix Sheet of household tumble

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    Appendix NOTE 1. Energy consumption

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    QUESTIONS OR COMMENTS? COUNTRY CALL

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