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Valued Customer, We are pleased that you have chosen to purchase an electric fireplace manufactured by Dimplex North America Ltd.Over the years, valuable memories will occur around the warmth and comfort of your hearth. Thank you for allowing our product to be the backdrop for those special moments. 7207500100REV05 QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE FOR THE DIMPLEX ELECTRIC FIREPLACE 1. Prior to the first use of the fireplace verify the following: • Are the circuit breakers for the socket the unit uses on? • Are the light bulbs in your fireplace loose? (to check, follow the instructions for replacing the light bulbs under the maintenance section of this manual) 2. The heater on your fireplace may emit a slight, harmless odor when first used. This odor is a normal condition caused by the initial heating of internal heater parts and will not occur again. 3. The information regarding the model of your fireplace can be found on the rating plate. See Page 2 for location. 4. If you have any technical questions regarding the operation or service of your fireplace have your Model and Serial Number ready, and contact Dimplex North America technical support at 1-888-DIMPLEX (1-888-346-7539) before returning the product to the point of purchase.
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS Location 1. The fireplace may be hanged on any wall surface that can support its weight and where it can be leveled. As it does not irradiate any heat from the back and no rear clearances are needed. 2. The heater, which is located at the base of the fireplace, must be a minimum of 16 inches away from any combustible material. 3. It is important that the wall on to which the fireplace is to be installed is of sound construction. It is recommended that the brackets are installed directly into beams for support. But not necessary depending on the size and weight of the unit. 4. Yosemite fireplaces are approved for indoor use only. 5. The fireplace must be kept away from any source of damp or moist conditions. Avoid any close contact with water. 6. This fireplace produces heat. Consequently it is important to ensure that a suitable wall covering is selected behind and around the appliance. Typical wood frame drywall construction is suitable. 2|P a g e Installation Figure 1 1. Select the position of the fireplace on the wall to which it is to be mounted. Draw a level horizontal line on the wall at the required height. This line will correspond to the top of the fireplace so it is important to allow for the extra height of the glass face. 2. Mark the center line of the fireplace on to the horizontal line. 3. Place the Installation Plate along the horizontal line and line up the center “V” cut out with the center line. See Figure 1. 4. DRYWALL INSTALLATION Install screws into studs at 4 outside corner screw holes. If studs are not present, install self drilling hollow wall anchors at the 4 outside corners and find wood studs with at least 4 more screws on the mounting plate (two high and two low). Holes are offset to allow finding wood studs at normal spacing. Attach more screws into larger models as needed.
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TRAILERING GUIDE G M C T R A I L er I N G G U I D E capabilities you can count on Engineering Professional Grade trucks, SUVs, crossovers and vans isn't easy. At GMC, we bring some incredible technologies together to build precision-crafted vehicles that exceed expectations. Our latest example? The all-new 2014 Sierra 1500. Everything about it proves that Sierra is more than just a truck. It's incredible thinking in the form of a truck. The following pages will introduce you to Sierra and the rest of our 2014 lineup. TABLE OF CONTENTS 3 _ Selecting a vehic le 5 _ VEHICLES AND HITC HES 7 _ Power and Performa nce 9 _ Tr ailering Terms 10 _ drive t y pes 11 _ TR AILERING ON THE ROAD 12 _ DINGHY TOW ING capABI LIT Y 13 _ SIERR A Tr ai ler Weight Rati ngs 17 _ YUKO N AND TERR AI N Tr ai ler Weight Rati ngs 19 _ ACADIA AND SAVANA Tr ai l er Weight Rati ngs 2 GMC SIERRA 3500HD CREW CAB in QUICKSILVER METALLIC shown with available equipment. T R A I L er I N G G U I D E Selecting A vehicle Every GMC truck, crossover, SUV and van is designed specifically for trailering, with power, handling and convenience features you can rely on for long hauls and heavy loads. This guide will help you select the GMC model that’s right for your trailering needs and also contains helpful tips for loading, driving and parking with your trailer. 3 SIERRA 2500hd crew cab slt in onyx black shown with available equipment. T R A I L er I N G G U I D E maximum trailer weight rating (lbs) 1 The chart below gives you an idea of the maximum amount of weight you can confidently and safely trailer with different GMC model lines when your vehicle is properly equipped. When determining the total weight of trailer and cargo, include the weight of any additional passengers and optional equipment (driver weight and base equipment are already included). See pages 13-19 for maximum trailer weight ratings by specific model.
2014 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 with 2-Speed Transfer Case RPO Codes NQG, NQH 2014 GMC Sierra 1500 with 2-Speed Transfer Case RPO Codes NQG, NQH Some customers may want to tow their vehicle behind another vehicle with all four tires on the ground. This is referred to as flat, dinghy towing or even as a “toad” (slang for towed vehicle). Towing in this manner is acceptable only on certain 4WD trucks depending on the transfer case option. The vehicle should be properly equipped and prepared as described below. The information contained in this bulletin supplements the Owner’s Manual. Please provide a copy of this bulletin to customers that want to dinghy tow their truck. Towing Set Up Procedure Notice: Use extra care whenever towing another vehicle. Do not exceed the towing vehicle's ratings such as the gross combination weight rating (GCWR) by adding the weight of the dinghy towed vehicle or vehicle damage may result. Recreational/Dinghy tow basic setup procedures Four wheel drive pick-ups with a two speed transfer case (that have a neutral and a 4 low position): 1. Tow only in forward direction. Position the vehicle to be towed behind the towing vehicle. 2. Securely attach the vehicle to the tow vehicle. 3. Firmly apply the parking brake, start the engine and shift the transmission to neutral. Caution: Shifting the transmission to neutral can cause the vehicle to roll and may cause personal injury. 4. Shift the transfer case to neutral. Caution: Shifting the transfer case to Neutral can cause the vehicle to roll, even if the transmission is in park (automatic) or 1st gear (manual), and may cause...
2014 Chevrolet Silverado/GMC Sierra Body 1500 Cab Structure Review Thomas Grabowski General Motors Company www.autosteel.org Vehicle Introduction–Chevrolet Silverado Silverado’s exterior design blends strong Chevy truck heritage with a refined, modern aesthetic… Hauling goods since 1918… www.autosteel.org Vehicle Introduction – GMC Sierra GMC designers approached the exterior with respect for its predecessors, evolving its familiar shape while adding distinctive details… A century of truck production… www.autosteel.org High-level Changes From Current Truck www.autosteel.org High-level Changes From Current Truck • Improved Noise and Vibration performance • New inset door design – Triple seal system, reduced wind noise 2013 rear door opening 2014 rear door opening www.autosteel.org
Berkeley TYPE B CENTRIFUGAL PUMPS ® PUMP PERFORMANCE w w w.BERKELE YPUMPS.com B series centrifugal pumps pump model nomenclature NAME PLATE EXAMPLE: pUMP SIZE EXAMPLE: B 4 G P BH S B– 4– G– 4" x 6" x 13" B H 4" – B = "Back Pull-Out" Design DISCHARGE SIZE (Inches) NOMINAL IMPELLER DIAMETER (Inches) 3" = A 4" = M 5" = X 6" = T 7" = W 8" = Y 9" = Z 10" = E 11" = F 15" = EX 12" = G 15.5" = XT 13" = J 16" = ET 14" = N 17" = EW 18" = EY 19" = EZ 20" = EE P = Electric Motor – Pump Attached Directly to Motor Frame Q = Engine Drive – Pump Attached Directly to Engine Frame R = Frame Mounted Belt or Flexible Coupling Drive RM = Special Duty Mounting Frame B– SPECIAL FEATURES (Optional) 2– S– 10 – NOMINAL IMPELLER DIAMETER (Inches) 3" = A 4" = M 5" = X 6" = T B– B = Hydraulically Balanced Impeller Design K = Self-Priming 7" = W 8" = Y 9" = Z 10" = E 11" = F 15" = EX 12" = G 15.5" = XT 13" = J 16" = ET 14" = N 17" = EW 18" = EY 19" = EZ 20" = EE SPECIAL FEATURES (Optional) B = Hydraulically Balanced Impeller Design RELATIVE CAPACITY OF IMPELLER LL = Very Low L = Low M = Medium (Often Omitted) H = High HH = Very High H– RELATIVE CAPACITY OF IMPELLER H– SUCTION SIZE (Inches) 13" – TYPE OF DRIVE P– DISCHARGE SIZE (Inches) 6" – TYPE OF CONSTRUCTION LL = Very Low L = Low M = Medium (Often Omitted) H = High HH = Very High NUMBER OF STAGES (Optional) (Single stages not indicated) SHAFT SEAL (Optional) S = Mechanical Seal (Packed Stuffing Box is not indicated) HORSEPOWER OF MOTOR OR ENGINE (Optional) (Normally indicated on Engine Driven Pumps only) The model configurations above illustrate the complete range of closed coupled product identification numbers. Berkeley Type B Hydraulic Performance (by product group) 600 175 FM 400 100 75 Feet of Head SAE 500 125 Meters of Head 150 CCMD 3600 RPM Fixed Speed SAE 300 CCMD 1800 RPM Fixed Speed 200 50 CCMD FM 25 0 100 CCMD 1200 RPM Fixed Speed
A hybrid electric vehicle (HEV) is a type of hybrid vehicle and electric vehicle that combines a conventional internal combustion engine (ICE) propulsion system with an electric propulsion system. The presence of the electric power train is intended to achieve either better fuel economy than a conventional vehicle, or better performance. The world is dominated by ICE-powered vehicle and enjoying the benefits of advances in technology and mass production; wide support from components manufacturer industries, and availability of talented resources. However, the outcome of this dominance includes faster consumption of global fossil fuel resources and an increasing amount of exhaust emissions such as CO2 and CO in the environment. Given these challenges, governments and automakers are looking for better alternative to ICE-powered vehicle that can reduce the exhaust emission and reduce the dependence on oil, which is the primary fuel to tradition vehicles. That is why the need for low emission vehicle is evolving and is continuously growing. This approach will act as a medium to make automotive industry more environment–friendly, ultimately benefiting the world