The service manual when downloaded and printed out was clear and easy to read. The manual is complete with the schematic diagram and technical data. I occasionally require a manual and now having registered with this company I shall order from them in the future.
Hello from Germany - thank you very much for the manual for my Sharp "Searcher" - the handling of your internet area is outstanding..Mike
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C. Examination and Cleaning of Flue, Burner and Jet Once or twice a year, look through the opening (see FIG. 9) in the burner box and examine the appearance of the burner flame which should be predominantly blue in color when the gas thermostat knob is set to its highest position. (Refer to FIG. 10). If this is not the case, clean the flue, burner, jet, etc. (see section D and E). FIG. 9
7) Reassemble the components in the reverse order to that described above. FIG. 11
BURNER BOX FIG. 10 CLEAR BLUE COLOR OF FLAME
E. CLEANING OF FLUE TUBE, FLUE BAFFLE Proceed as follows: 1) To clean the flue tube and the flue baffle, it is neces sary to withdraw the refrigerator out of the recess. See Section D, Item 1. 2) By using a phillips screwdriver, remove the screw (B, in FIG. 11) and carefully withdraw the burner cover box. 3) Place a piece of paper or cloth between the boiler tube (E, in FIG. 11) and the burner assembly, to catch falling deposits. 4) Remove the "T-piece" (A, in FIG. 12) at the top of the flue by unscrewing the screw (B, in FIG. 12) that fixes it to the flue pipe. 5) Carefully takeout the flue baffle (C, FIG. 12) and clean. 6) Clean the flue tube of soot, etc. with the aid of a spe cial flue brush, available from your supplier. FIG. 12
D. Cleaning of Burner, Burner Jet (Refer to FIG.11) Proceed as follows: 1) Turn off the gas at the gas bottle. 2) By using a phillips screwdriver, remove the screw (B) and carefully withdraw the burner cover box. Clean the inside of the box of soot and other deposits. 3) To clean the burner, unscrew the screw (C) that fixes the burner on the boiler tube and be careful in order not to lose the washer. 4) Clean the inside of the burner. 5) To examine and eventually clean the burner jet, unscrew the gas pipe union (K) and pull out the burner jet (L). 6) Clean the jet by washing it in alcohol and blowing it through with air.
DO NOT use a wire or pin when cleaning the burner jet as damage can occur to the precision opening. This can cause damage to the refrigerator or create a fire hazard.
NOTE: The jet fitted to this refrigerator is a size "43" which is suitable for use on propane gas at 11 inches water column. The orifice in the jet is very small and must never be cleaned by means of a pin or similar instrument as this would damage the orifice. It must only be cleaned as described above. 11