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SOURCE: jrg electric fire mod jrg 930 how do you get access into element area

There are two retaining screws partially hidden at the bottom of the front grille. Remove these two screws completely. Then slide the whole grille downwards until the two top retaining tabs are exposed. Lift off the grille.The elements are retained with springs. Push the element deeper into the LH socket until the RHS is free and then remove.When replacing the grille make sure the bottom edge is in first, then slide upwards until the tabs are located in the slots, and replace the two screws.

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Dimplex dakota heater is working but flame effect is not its led I think not bulbs.


Says you can turn it on and off? Did you knock the switch?


Can I operate the flame effect on the fire without the heat?
All our Optiflame and Opti-myst fires can be operated on a flame-effect only setting, as can the flickering flame effect on our freestanding bar fires.

Is the flame effect expensive to run?
No, to run the flame effect involves powering light bulbs and a small electric motor and in most cases costs no more than a couple of pence an hour. Some of our fires have LED lamps fitted which are even more energy efficient.

Some have bulbs, some have LED.
Example calculations:
Using UK standard average price of electricity of 14p/kWh (source: Energy Saving Trust Feb 2015)
Optiflame LED flame effect only (eg Danesbury) = 0.1p every hour
Optiflame conventional bulb, effect only (eg Cheriton) = 2p every hour
Opti-myst, flame effect only (eg Oakhurst) = 3p every hour
Opti-V single screen = 0.5p every hour
2kW fan heater, on constantly (no thermostat) = 28p every hour

Optiflame lightbulbs for sale. Remove the coals and check for bulbs.
https://store.gdcgroup.co.uk/dimplex/products/index.htm?product_code=FP03022

Dec 23, 2015 | Dimplex Heating & Cooling

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Fireplaces have become the heart of the home, a warm place to gather with friends and family. Fireplaces turn any blank wall into a gorgeous focal point. A fireplace fits any decor and is a stylish addition to any room. Electric fireplace logs have improved greatly over the past few years and now days can look so good that they can fool people into believing that they are looking at a real fire, something which is especially true when you have crackling effect of fireplace logs, which aim to imitate the sound of a real fire.

Even though electric fireplaces do not generate flame, most provide the effect of a fire, which ranges from an orange light shined through plastic logs to simulate the appearance of coals burning, to an elaborate flame projection on the doors of some of the free-standing models. If you need a fireplace to heat your home you may want to consider a gas fireplace for better efficiency. If you need a fireplace for more decorative purposes a cheap electric burning unit might better suit your needs. The electric fireplace has experienced a quantum leap from those electric logs with reflective tin foil drums that adorned the hearth while the lava lamps were in vogue. An electric fireplace can add a great deal to a home, in terms of both form and function, and are also very effective at heating up a room.

Electric fireplace heaters simulate the look of a fireplace, but don't actually burn gas or wood like a traditional fireplace. Electric fireplace inserts simply fit into existing fireplaces and provide an artificial fire that creates the warmth and ambiance you want with just a flip of a switch. A modern electric fireplace insert does not require any type of venting system and many units are portable.

Even though these fireplaces do not generate flame, most provide the effect of a fire, which ranges from an orange light shined through plastic logs to simulate the appearance of coals burning, to an elaborate flame projection on the doors of some of the free-standing models. They plug into the wall, and can run on a "flame only" setting, or can be used as a heater, typically with 4,500–5,000 BTU (4,700–5,300 kJ), that can heat a 400 sq ft (37 m2) room. Since there is no real flame or combustion taking place, electric fireplace heaters release no toxic fumes or dangerous gases.

Everyone knows that a fireplace is about more than heat, especially when you're looking at a real fire, when one of the most entrancing things about it is the fact that you can see real flames. Most electric logs use a standard 110 volt power source, and come with various levels of flame of brightness. By choosing a really good set of electric fireplace logs, and particularly those which have a crackling effect and real flames, you can be assured that your fireplace will not be simply a unit in the room to make the room feel warm, but will be something that you enjoy looking at as well.

Electric fireside inserts are also a good option if there are issues with your hearth which make them a hazard with wood burning fires. Electric fireplace log inserts typically include an electric fireplace log set and an ember bed, and inserts are incredibly easy to install. Electric fireplace inserts are safe and clean. Most importantly whether you choose a modern electric fireplace or any other type make sure it will be most cost effective and suitable for its purpose in your home.

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on Dec 24, 2009 | Heating & Cooling

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Changing bulb in dimplex cht20 fire


Yes this is very easy on the cheriton range of fires.... remove the coal, then remove two screws from the front of the coal holder... the whole brass coal holder will pull away from the machine. The bulbs (two of them) are located directly behind this, just behind the rotisserie flame effect. The flame effect can be pulled out of its holder to access the bulbs.

Feb 19, 2012 | Heating & Cooling

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Can I change my Dimplex SHB20 from coal to logs


Probably not. The flame configuration is different from one model to another, as is the coal and log holder. But, if you'd like to confirm this Contact Dimplex USA Customer Support 800-668-6663 or their technical Specialist 888-346-7539.

Hope this helped you. Please let me know. Thanks.

May 18, 2011 | Dimplex Compact Electric Flame Stove...

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My Dimplex coal effect black stove won't work. The problem started quickly. One time it worked, next it didn't. I have changed the fuse so that isn't the problem. Although the stove is about 12...


My Dimplex coal effect black Problem with the Dimplex Compact Electric Flame Stove Heater My Dimplex coal effect black stove won\'t work. The problem started quickly. One time it worked, next it didn\'t. I have changed the fuse so that isn\'t the problem.Although the stove is about 2yaer old, I have only used it about five times as it is in my drawing room that I sit in rather infrequently.I do hope you will be able to advise me the source of the problem.Thank you. salvador -

Oct 31, 2010 | Ovens

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How to replace fire bulb for Dimplex HTN20


I wanted an answer to this too. It was hard to find, but here we go.
Get hold of a torch, and look closely at the decorative surround at the bottom of the fire. There are two screws hidden in there, on each side! See below:

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Unscrew these, and you can take the front off, and get at the bulbs.

For information, the fire takes two screw in bulbs, described as 240V – 60W E14 SES Clear Candle Lamps.
Hope this helps. 

Feb 07, 2009 | Dimplex DS5598 Mid-Size Heater

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Gas engineer wants to re-arrange coals correctly post service


yes he is right on that the postion off the coals have to be in the correct pstion to stop fire sooting and fumes coming from fire , if the coals are in postion you take them out and put them back the same as they came out , or there should be a picture of the coal lay out in the users book , or look on line for the make of fire , if the gas engneer cannot work this out then go to some one who can ,

this is basic gas fitting any gas fitter will know this if not walk away from them ,

hope this helps

Feb 05, 2009 | Cozy Heating & Cooling

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Jrg electric fire mod jrg 930 how do you get access into element area


There are two retaining screws partially hidden at the bottom of the front grille. Remove these two screws completely. Then slide the whole grille downwards until the two top retaining tabs are exposed. Lift off the grille.The elements are retained with springs. Push the element deeper into the LH socket until the RHS is free and then remove.When replacing the grille make sure the bottom edge is in first, then slide upwards until the tabs are located in the slots, and replace the two screws.

Oct 02, 2008 | Heating & Cooling

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