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When to service
Manufacturers recommend service periods for their appliances, this information may be located in the users manual for the appliance. These should be closely observed.
Generally it is recommended that appliances are serviced at least every two years.
Preparing for winter
Most appliances are used more during periods of cold weather. Checking appliances before the cooler weather arrives ensures that all your gas appliances are in good working order and you will be able to enjoy a warm and safe winter while reducing your gas bills.
Space heaters may not have been used since the last cold weather period. To get the most from heaters, the following should be done in preparation for winter:
When using a flue-less heater, ensure that the room is adequately ventilated
Check that permanent ventilation openings are not blocked
Make sure that roof insulation is not obstructing a heater in the roof space
Check the outer case of your space heater. Is it discoloured? Discolouration is an indication of a faulty flue and that it is time to have it checked by a licensed gas fitter
If you have difficulty re-lighting the gas appliance, call a licensed gas fitter
Check the heater - a yellow flame can indicate that your heater is not running correctly and needs servicing
Have your central heating serviced, including the fan section, before you use it. Check that sufficient warm air registers are open, as recommended by the manufacturer.