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How to remove a baffle from a heatcharm c500 woodheaterRemove Baffles

The heater is just putting smoke into the house do I have to remove the baffle to clean out the chimmey

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SOURCE: Need an owners manual for heatcharm wood heater

I using a heat charmIV for the first time (just bought a house and it was already installed). Am baffled over fan knob- when to use/ switch off, and the 'high/Low' options?
At what stage do I use these 2 and for how long?

Posted on Sep 09, 2011

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SOURCE: How to replace whirlpool duet GHW9200LW baffles

easy repair, they simply slide over hte slits in the tib and firmly pull forard to snap/lock into place. there should also be a screw included in the kit, remove the top of washer (3 screws across the back of the lid)after removing hte main top toull see a black accordian like hose leading to the top of the tub assy, from the dispensor box to the left. remove this hose from the tub( pulls out of the hole), then simply turn the tub form the inside till the baffle you installed is at the 12 o'clock positon your screw hole will be right there. RESECURE THE HOSE, reassemble the top and your done!

Posted on Nov 26, 2008

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SOURCE: Baffles in washer

the new baffles arefairly easy to install, they go over the hole and then pull foward to lock into place.. the new bsaffle should also come with a screw to "lock" it, in place. in order to securethis screw you need to remove the top cover of the unit,(3 screws across theback) after removing the top youll see a black hose going directly into thetop of the tub prbably an inch or so . gently pull that hose out from thetub. It simply locks itself inplace.. after removing you can spin the inner drum around till thenew baffle is directly under the "hole" where you can now see a small hole inth eunderside of baffle to secure.. just remember to resecure that hose or youll have a flood on your hands

Posted on Mar 04, 2009

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SOURCE: Fix Loose Baffles

I had the same problem, one of the baffles had lost a screw and the other side was very loose. Using the instructions here, I took out the four screws inside the door. Two hold the hinges of the door on and two are on the opposite side and hold two small plastic parts on. Once these are removed, pop the front panel off from the top, it hinges down and lifts off. You can now see under the drum and rotate the drum around to tighten the screws that hold on the baffles. Replace the front panel, screw in the four screws and you're done! Thanks to this website and other responses, I was able to fix it myself without an expensive repair call!!

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SOURCE: removing baffles in my1300 vtx c honda ?

it is not hard to do but it would be best to get the drag pipes. there are a host of problems to think of though. you will need to rejet the carbs to accomodate the free up in back pressure. you will need the tourque slipins for the pipes. they will fit right into the pipes where they connect at the heads. the 1300 is going to be super loud without the baffels. like getting stopped by the law loud. it would be best to get a tuned drag setup from a dealer as to get the sound you are looking for as well as keep it below jonnie laws radar.

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I using a heat charmIV for the first time (just bought a house and it was already installed). Am baffled over fan knob- when to use/ switch off, and the 'high/Low' options?
At what stage do I use these 2 and for how long?

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Good luck... and I hope this is helpful!!

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