Lagos 600 Cassette

The Henley Lagos 600 Wood Burning Cassette Stove has a sleek modern design and a large viewing window. The Lagos 600 cassette stove has a heat output of 6.5kW and a 77% efficiency level. An A energy-rated cassette stove, the Lagos 600 is made from steel and has impressive burn control.

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Henley Lagos 600 6.5kW Wood Burning Cassette Stove

The Henley Lagos 600 Wood Burning Cassette Stove has a sleek modern design and a large viewing window. The  cassette stove has a heat output of 6.5kW and a 77% efficiency level. An A energy-rated cassette stove, the stove  is made from steel and has impressive burn control.

Warranty Cover varies between Manufacturers and Products and is effective from date of purchase Invoice. It is recommended to consult your Product Manual for further details. Warranty and Product Registration can be done directly on manufacturer website.
NOTE that consumables parts [Glass, Fire Brick, Grates, Baffles Plate] are not covered under Warranty unless stated otherwise. Improper use, lack of cleaning and maintenance evidence, unauthorised modifications, and improper installation will also affect Warranty Cover.

MAINTENANCE

As well as getting your chimney swept by a qualified chimney sweep, there are other things that need to be done to ensure that your wood burning or multi-fuel appliance is ready to go for the winter season. All of these are best executed by a HETAS registered, qualified engineer, however there are things that can be done yourself by following the guidelines below and referring to the manual provided with your wood-burning fire or wood-burning stove.

  • Always allow the appliance to cool before carrying out any cleaning or maintenance.
  • Remove all the following internal parts – baffle, firebricks, grate and ash pan.
  • This can be done by following the specific instructions provided with your wood burning or multi fuel fire or stove.
  • It is incredibly important that you take care when handling the fire bricks as they can become fragile after use.
  • Vacuum any remaining ash and debris from inside the appliance .
  • Clean the internal surfaces using a wire brush and scraper as required.
  • Any debris can be vacuumed as above.
  • Clean the grate and any grate parts with a wire brush and check for any damage, replace any damaged parts.
  • Clean the firebricks with a soft brush, check the bricks and although some surface wear and tear will occur with use, damaged or broken bricks should be replaced.
  • Re-fit all cleaned internal parts and replacement parts.
  • Discard old or worn rope seal.
  • Clean old glue from the groove which held the rope seal.
  • Replace the rope seal, gluing into place with a rope seal adhesive, and re-fit the glass.
  • Lightly oil the door catch mechanism and hinge pins.
  • To refresh the exterior look of your stove or fire, aerosol paint or colloidal black cleaner is available for most painted finishes.