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Having trouble replacing the baffle plate in a heatcharm c600 wood heater.

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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?
Michael

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At what stage do I use these 2 and for how long?
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