R.H. Peterson PB-18(P) Owner`s manual

Owner’s
Manual
Design Certified
Burner Systems:
to:
Z21.84b-2004
PB-16(P)
PB-18(P)
PB-24(P)
PB-30(P)
PB-36(P)
PB-42(P)
(16" - 42" models)
FOR INSTALLATION IN
SOLID-FUEL BURNING
FIREPLACES*
FOR USE WITH
FYRE GLASS / FYRE GEMS
PB SERIES VENTED GAS BURNER SYSTEMS (UNREGULATED)
WARNING
If the information in this manual is not
followed exactly, a fire or explosion
may result, causing property damage,
personal injury, or loss of life.
Do not store or use gasoline or other
flammable vapors and liquids in the
vicinity of this or any other appliance.
WHAT TO DO IF YOU SMELL GAS:
• Open a window.
• Do not try to light any appliance.
• Do not touch any electrical switch; do
not use any phone in the building.
• Immediately call the gas supplier
from a neighbor’s phone. Follow gas
supplier’s instructions.
• If you cannot reach the gas supplier,
call the fire department.
Installation and service must
be performed by a qualified
professional installer, service
agency, or the gas supplier.
This appliance is only for use with the
type of gas indicated on the rating plate.
IMPORTANT: READ THESE INSTRUCTIONS
CAREFULLY BEFORE STARTING
INSTALLATION OF THE SYSTEM.
The Real-Fyre gas burner system is to be installed only
in a solid-fuel burning fireplace with a working flue and
constructed of noncombustible material.The installation,
including provisions for combustion and ventilation air
must conform with the National Fuel Gas Code, ANSI
Z223.1/NFPA 54, or the CSA B149.1, Natural Gas
and Propane Installation Code, and applicable local
building codes.
A damper clamp is included to maintain the minimum
permanent vent opening and to prevent full closure of
the damper blade. The chimney damper MUST be fully
opened when burning the burner system.The burner
system is designed to burn with yellow flames;
thus adequate ventilation is absolutely necessary.
To comply with certification, listings, and building
code acceptances, and for safe operation and
proper performance of this burner system, use
ONLY Peterson parts and accessories. Use of
other controls, parts, and accessories that are
not designed for use with Real-Fyre gas burner
systems is prohibited and will void all warranties,
certifications, listings, and building code approvals,
and may cause property damage, personal injury,
or loss of life.
INSTALLER:
Leave this manual with the appliance.
CONSUMER:
Retain this manual for future reference.
ROBERT H. PETERSON CO. • 14724 East Proctor Avenue • City of Industry, CA 91746
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
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10
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11
12
13
14
16
PARTS LIST
IMPORTANT INFORMATION
FIREPLACE REQUIREMENTS
GLASS / GEMS QUANTITY DETERMINATION
INSTALLATION
INSTALLING THE BURNER
GLASS / GEMS PLACEMENT
BURNER PREPARATION
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE
MAINTENANCE
CLEANING
SERVICE
FLAME DESCRIPTION
PILOT BURNER ADJUSTMENT (IF EQUIPPED)
NOTES PAGE
OPTIONAL CONTROLS FOR YOUR REAL-FYRE® BURNER SYSTEM
TROUBLESHOOTING
WARRANTY
Tools Recommended
WARNING
The following tools and supplies may be needed to
assemble, install, and test the Real-Fyre® gas burner system:
Improper installation, adjustment, alteration, service,
or maintenance can cause injury or property damage.
Refer to this manual. For assistance or additional
information, consult a qualified installer, service
agency, or the gas supplier.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Adjustable open-ended wrench 8" - 10"
Pipe wrench 8" - 10"
Pliers
Teflon tape or pipe compound resistant to propane gas
Small Phillips-head screwdriver & flat-head screwdriver
Leak detector or soapy water solution & brush to test
for gas leaks
7. Work gloves
FOR YOUR SAFETY
Do not store or use gasoline or other flammable
vapors and liquids in the vicinity of this or any other
appliance.
Other tools used for plumbing or gas appliance installation
may be necessary.
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PARTS LIST
Before installation, check that your gas burner system is complete. See the parts list below. If any parts are
missing or damaged, contact your Real-Fyre® dealer. Be sure you know the model and size of your set when
ordering options or replacement parts and accessories.
1
2
4
Connector kit
4A
3
5
Item No. Description
Qty.
1.
Burner pan
1
2.
Fuel injector / air mixer
1
3.
Damper clamp with bolt
1
4.
Connector kit (with adapters)
1
5.
Select sand granules (nat. only) or vermiculite granules
(propane only)
1
Glass / gems are purchased and packaged separately. Quantity
will vary, depending on selection. Glass and gems are available
in various colors; contact your dealer for further details.
4B
4C
Note: All drawings & photos in this manual are not to scale.
Replacement parts can be ordered
from your local Real-Fyre® dealer.
Actual parts may differ
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IMPORTANT INFORMATION
Important: To comply with certification, listings, and building code acceptances, and for safe operation
and proper performance of this burner system, use ONLY Peterson Real-Fyre® parts and
accessories. Use of other controls, parts, and accessories that are not designed for use
with Real-Fyre® gas burner systems is prohibited and will void all warranties, certifications,
listings, and building code approvals, and may cause property damage, personal injury, or
Check to be sure the fireplace meets venting and construction requirements for the installation of the
Real-Fyre® gas burner system (see FIREPLACE REQUIREMENTS section, below).
Be sure your gas burner system is properly sized for your fireplace. Improper sizing may negatively
impact the proper drafting of the fireplace. Additionally, too large a burner system will adversely affect the burn
and hamper the proper operation of the control system. Too small a burner system will diminish the beauty of
your hearth setting.
FIREPLACE REQUIREMENTS
This Real-Fyre® gas burner system is to be installed only
in a fully vented, noncombustible fireplace with an open
damper. The chimney must be free of any obstructions.
The fireplace must be designed and approved to burn
wood. Your Real-Fyre® burner system is designed to
burn with yellow, smoky flames. For this reason, it must
be adequately vented.
The fireplace must have a gas-supply line that has been
installed by a qualified technician in accordance with all
local codes. The gas-supply line must be ½" minimum
interior diameter. If the gas line to the fireplace is longer
than 20', a larger-diameter line may be necessary.
A fireplace screen must be in place when the system
is burning. Provisions for adequate combustion
air must be maintained. Unless other provisions for
combustion air are provided, the screen shall have
an opening(s) for introduction of combustion air.
Combustion air is adequate when all flames curl into
the fireplace and away from the screen. When a glass
fireplace enclosure (door) is used, leave the doors
fully open when the system is in operation.
Required Gas Pressure: The minimum inlet gassupply pressure for the purpose of input adjustment is
7" of water column (w.c.) for natural gas and 11" w.c.
for propane. The maximum inlet gas-supply pressure
is 10.5" w.c. for natural gas and 13" for propane.
Fig. 4-1
Fireplace Dimensions
Rear width
Height
Depth
Front
width opening
Note: It is recommended that complete firebox dimensions (front width,
back wall, and height) be obtained to ensure proper sizing.
Burner
size
Min. Fireplace
Dimensions
Width*
BTU
Depth Height
16"
18"
NAT.
L.P.
45k
40k
16"
22"
18"
24"
16"
18"
75k
60k
24"
30"
16"
18"
90k
75k
30"
36"
16"
18"
90k
80k
[36"]
42"
16"
18"
110k
90k
[42"]
48"
16"
18"
130k
100k
* This required width allows for centering of the burner
system. Add 4" to width if the burner is to be installed
with a pilot kit.
Note: Bracketed sizes indicate non-certified burner
systems.
Minimum Free Opening Area of Chimney Damper for Venting (sq. in.)
For Factory-Built Fireplaces *
Chimney
Height
15' (min.)
20'
30'
16"
18"
24"
30"
36"
42"
28
26
23
47
42
38
57
51
46
57
51
46
69
62
55
82
73
66
* For Masonry-Built Fireplaces; add 4 sq. in. to amount shown.
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GLASS / GEMS QUANTITY DETERMINATION
CAUTION: Sand granules are for use with natural gas systems only. Always use vermiculite granules
for propane gas systems.
The granules that come with the burner system are pre-measured and must be used per these instructions
(see GLASS / GEMS PLACEMENT section).
Decorative glass / gems (purchased separately) must be placed to cover the burner (but not on the valve or
pilot, if equipped). See Table 5-1 for the minimum bag requirement depending on your burner size. Additional
glass / gems may be purchased and placed around the burner if desired.
Should you wish to fill the entire fireplace floor with glass / gems; instead use Table 5-2 to determine how many
bags of glass / gems to order based on fireplace size.
One 10-lb. bag of glass / gems fills approximately 144 cubic inches.
CAUTION: When covering the burner with glass / gems; do not exceed 1" above the top of the burner.
Additional glass / gems directly on top of the burner may result in unsafe ignition.
Minimum burner
coverage requirement
Table 5-1
Glass / gem
10 lb. bag(s) needed
Burner size
16
18
24
30
36
42
1
1
1
1
2
2
- OR Fireplace
complete
coverage
Table 5-2
Fireplace
Opening size
28"
36"
Standard
Fireplace Sizes 32" see-thru
42"
50"
Center
width (in.)
Front to back
depth (in.)
Area
(sq. in.)
Glass / gems
10 lb. bags needed
for 2" depth
25
16
400
6
540
8
30
23
690
10
31
23
713
10
36
30
828
12
1085
15
1334
19
46
33
These bag quantities listed allow for an approximate 2" depth of glass / gems in the entire fireplace floor,
without a burner. (The volume of the burner will take up some space, allowing for some excess glass to be
used as desired, or stored as extra for later use.)
Your fireplace area can be determined by measuring the
center width of your fireplace in inches and multiplying by
the depth from front to back in inches. You can then use
the area column in the table above to approximate the
number of bags needed.
Center
Width
DEPTH
Depth
5
H
eight
HEIGHT
INSTALLATION
The damper clamp with hex bolt (Fig. 6-1) is provided as a means to prevent
full closure of the damper blade. The clamp is easily attached to most damper
blades with pliers or a wrench, and must be permanently installed. The clamp
is designed to prevent accidental closure of the damper when installed as
illustrated (Fig. 6-2 and Fig. 6-3). Should the clamp not fit, or fail to provide the
permanent vent opening listed in the table found above, have a permanent
stop installed, remove the damper blade, or have the
damper cut to provide the minimum permanent opening Set screw
required.
Note: T h e s e a r e m i n i mu m d a m p e r o p e n i n g
specifications. The damper must be completely
opened when operating this gas appliance to
achieve the best ventilation possible.
Damper clamp
Fig. 6-1
Open
Closed
Fig. 6-2
Fig. 6-3
INSTALLING THE BURNER
The Real-Fyre gas burner system must be installed by a qualified professional service technician. Instructions
must be followed carefully to ensure proper performance and full benefit from the gas burner system. Check to
be sure the burner system is designed and labeled for the type of gas (natural or propane gas) supplied
to the fireplace. Fireplace floor must be level, clean, and smooth.
WARNING: Failure to position the parts in accordance with these diagrams or failure to use only parts
specifically approved with this appliance may result in property damage or personal injury.
REFER TO THE PARTS LIST WHEN FOLLOWING THESE INSTRUCTIONS. If your burner is to be installed
with a pilot kit; carefully follow the instructions supplied with your pilot kit for specific gas connection.
The burner pan is supplied with an air mixer for propane gas or a fuel injector for natural gas. The air mixer / fuel
injector must be used in ALL installations. The air mixer / fuel injector has a precisely sized orifice to ensure
only the proper quantity of gas enters the burner. This allows maximum performance and gas conservation.
1. MAKE SURE THE FIREPLACE GAS SUPPLY IS TURNED OFF.
2. Locate the gas-supply stub inside the fireplace and remove the cap, if attached (see Fig. 6-4).
CAUTION: When removing the cap, make sure the stub does not turn, loosening the connection inside the wall.
3. Attach the small adapter (Item 4C) to the fuel injector / air mixer on the burner pan, using a pipe compound
resistant to all gases. Tighten securely. DO NOT REMOVE THE FUEL INJECTOR / AIR MIXER. Then
attach one end of the flex connector (Item 4B) to the small adapter. Tighten securely.
4. Place the burner system into the fireplace so that it is centered.
centered and the open burner pan faces outward.
Fig. 6-4
Gas line
cap
Gas supply
line stub
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INSTALLATION (cont.)
5. Be sure gas to the fireplace is off. Attach the large
adapter (Item 4A) to the gas-supply stub using a pipe
compound resistant to all gases. Tighten securely. Then
attach the open end of the flex connector to the large
adapter. Tighten securely. Ensure the pan rests level
on the fireplace floor after connection. Adjust the pan if
necessary.
6. LEAK TEST: Use a long-necked butane lighter, or lay
a lighted match next to the burner pipe, and carefully
turn on the gas supply until the burner ignites. Test at
all connections for leaks using the appropriate soapy
water solution. If bubbles appear, a leak is present. Turn
off the gas and tighten at all connections. Repeat until
no leaks are present. If a leak persists, turn off the gas
supply and contact the local gas company or dealer.
NEVER USE A FLAME TO CHECK FOR LEAKS.
Turn off the gas supply prior to proceeding.
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Fig. 7-1 - Fireplace valve
Burner
Pan
Flex
connector
Fuel injector / air mixer
Large
Adapter
Small
Adapter
Gas
supply stub
GLASS / GEMS PLACEMENT
BURNER PREPARATION
(Pack granules in pan)
Burner pan
Granules
up to baffle
Fig. 8-1
Separator
screen
After hooking up the burner to the fireplace gas supply and placing
the heat shield on the valve assembly (if applicable), the decorative
media (granules and glass / gems) must be added for the burner
to function as designed.
Note: Installation is the same for glass and gems. Glass
shown here. These instructions show sand granules
being used as a base for the glass, but only natural-gas
burners use sand. For propane burners, follow these
instructions using vermiculite.
WARNING
The burner and pilot (if equipped) must be OFF (fully extinguished),
and all valve covers must be in place before pouring media onto
the burner. It may also be necessary to temporarily cover the pilot
assembly (if equipped) to keep media out of it during this procedure.
GRANULE PLACEMENT
Pour the granules into the pan, just below level of the center flame
baffle. Then pack the granules into the pan. Add additional granules
as needed (see Fig. 8-1).
Fig. 8-2
Fig. 8-3
GLASS / GEMS PLACEMENT
CAUTION: Glass pieces may have sharp edges. Be careful handling
the glass. Use hand protection, such as gloves, if
necessary.
1. Pour the glass / gems directly on top of the burner pan so that
the burner pan is covered completely and evenly (see Fig. 8-2).
DO NOT exceed a 1" depth of glass directly above the burner
pan.
Note: At this stage the burner will function as designed; however,
more glass / gems may be added around the burner for
decorative purposes.
2.
Add additional glass / gems around the burner pan as
desired (Fig. 8-3).
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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
Before operating your gas log set:
1. Be sure your fireplace is free from flammable liquids or combustible materials.
2. Be sure your damper is open.
3. Smell all around the gas log set for the odor of escaping gas. IF YOU SMELL GAS, FOLLOW THE
INSTRUCTIONS ON P. 1.
If your gas log set is operated by the fireplace valve:
1. Lay a lighted long-stem match on the surface of the glass/gems near the gas inlet (do not hold the
match in your hand) or use a lighted long-necked butane lighter (Fig. 9-1).
2. Slowly turn the fireplace remote valve to the ON position. Your burner should light.
3. If the burner does not light before the match goes out,
immediately turn the valve to the OFF position.
4. Wait approximately five (5) minutes to clear out any gas,
and repeat steps 1-3 above.
5. If your burner fails to light again, turn the valve to the OFF
position and contact your dealer or gas supplier.
6. To extinguish your gas burner, turn the valve to the OFF
position. Be sure the valve is turned fully off to avoid any
gas leakage.
Fig. 9-1
Apply match - then turn on gas
If your burner is operated by a pilot kit:
1. Carefully follow the lighting instructions supplied with your pilot kit for the steps to ignite the burner.
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CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE
MAINTENANCE
SERVICE
Once installed and operating properly, your RealFyre® glass burner will require regular maintenance.
You should inspect your glass burner and controls
(where installed) for the following:
While some minor service conditions can be
handled by the owner of the glass burner, a
qualified professional service technician should
be called to maintain and service your glass
burner and any installed control systems. In
addition, a periodic examination and cleaning of
the solid-fuel-burning fireplace venting system
should be conducted by a qualified professional
service technician. The TROUBLESHOOTING
section of these instructions serves as a guide
for ensuring optimum performance of your glass
burner.
1. Moisture may cause the glass in your burner
pan to settle. To improve the burn, follow
these tips:
a. Settling of glass - Using a screwdriver or
flat-blade knife, carefully stir the glass,
loosening the material. Clear up any
spills.
2. Debris around the control (if equipped)
-Inspect control and pilot to be sure they are
free of dirt or debris.
To protect your investment in your Real-Fyre®
gas fireplace burner system and keep it operating
safely for years to come, maintain, clean, and
inspect it regularly. We recommend following
these instructions at the beginning of each
fireplace season and as needed throughout the
year, depending on your usage pattern and the
environmental conditions in your home. More
frequent cleaning and maintenance may be
necessary when burning propane gas than with
natural gas.
3. Insects and burner blockage - Check the
burner ports and air shutter, if present, to
make sure they are free from debris. Blocked
burner ports and orifices may result in a fire
at the air shutter.
CLEANING
The pilot assembly (if equipped) must be
kept clean and clear of debris at all times for
the fireplace burner system to be safely and
effectively operated. Dust, carpet fibers, paper,
spider webs, pet hair, etc. in the fireplace or
on the burner assembly can affect operation
of burner and pilot assembly. Vacuum or use
compressed air from a can or compressor to
clean out pilot assembly area, air shutter holes,
burner orifices, and pilot air intake openings.
Blockage in this area will affect the operation of
pilot assembly.
FLAME DESCRIPTION
Observe the flames. The flames should be blue
at the base and a combination of blue/yellow at
the body and tips. The flames should be 16" to
18" tall. (See Figure 10-1). Inspect the flames
periodically. If flames appear different, contact
a professional service technician or your gas
supplier to correct the problem.
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• Replace all batteries for remote transmitters
and receivers if installed.
• Check and readjust the burner air shutter.
• Clean and test the ignitor and pilot (if
equipped).
PILOT BURNER ADJUSTMENT (IF EQUIPPED)
The pilot burner is preset at the factory and should
normally not require any adjustment. However,
should adjustment be necessary, the following
steps should be taken:
With the pilot burner lit and the control knob in
the pilot position, remove the heatshield covers.
Adjust the screw located on the control valve (see
Fig. 11-1). Using a screwdriver, turn the pilot
adjustment screw slowly clockwise to reduce the
flame, or counterclockwise to increase the flame.
PilotPILOT
adjustment
The adjustment screw can be turned so that the
pilot flame is completely extinguished. The pilot
flame should be a quiet soft blue flame with yellow
tipping that encircles the thermocouple tip.
Replace the heatshield covers. Turn the control
knob to the ON position to assure proper ignition
of the burner system.
Fig. 11-1
ADJUSTMENT
Example of
burner pilot
flame with
thermocouple
11
Example of
burner pilot
flame with
thermopile
NOTES PAGE
Please use this page to record any information about your burner system that you may want to have at hand.
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OPTIONAL CONTROLS FOR YOUR REAL-FYRE® BURNER SYSTEM
This unit may come without a valve installed.
It may be connected directly to and operated by your fireplace valve.
Alternatively, your Real-Fyre® burner may be operated using a number of optional Peterson control systems
(listed below). Peterson control systems are engineered to provide convenient, safe, and reliable operation of
your gas burner system.
For safe operation, proper performance, and to comply with safety standards and certifications, use
only Robert H. Peterson Company control systems, parts, and accessories with your Real-Fyre® burner
system.
If you have purchased a valve separately, follow the installation instructions that come with your control
system.
Peterson Control System and Combinations
Primary Control Method
Manual On/Off Systems
Manual on/off knob
(match lit, no pilot)
Manual on/off rod handle
(match lit, no pilot)
Manual Safety Pilot Systems*
Safety pilot w/knob
Safety pilot w/rod handle
Low-profile valve
Piezo spark pilot ignition
Piezo intermittent ignition pilot
Remote Safety Pilot Systems*
Toggle switch
Wall switch
Wall timer
Wood chip switch
RUS remote
Remote
Deluxe remote
Pine cone remote receiver
RVF remote
Wall switch (variable w/switch)
Variable flame-height remote
Deluxe variable flame-height remote
Order #
AV-17
AV-18
SPK-20
SPK-21
SPK-26
SPK-32
SPK-33
N/A
WS-1
WS-2
WCS-1
RUS-1
RR-1
RR-2
PC-105
RVF-1
WS-3
VR-1A
VR-2A
And
also requires
one of:
APK-11(M)(P)
or
APK-10(M)(P)
or
EPK-01
APK-15(P)
or
APK-17(P)
*When systems are to be used with propane gas, add a "P" to the control model no. (e.g., APK11MP). Propane burner sets require a safety pilot system.
Not all safety pilot systems are available for all burner set sizes.
**"M" stands for remote-capable systems. (Remote not included.)
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TROUBLESHOOTING
SYMPTOM
1. Smoking and/or sooting
CAUSE
A. Poor draft or downdraft
A. Check for chimney blockage.
Be sure chimney is at least
3' taller than anything within
10' of it in all directions. If not,
consult a chimney sweep.
Chimney cap or fan may help.
Under severe conditions, you
may need to open a window
near the fireplace about 1" to
2" when burning the unit.
B. Damper closed
B. Open damper fully when
operating burner system.
C. Burner is positioned too close to
the front of the firebox
C. Move burner system to the
center of the firebox.
D. Improper glass / gems placement
or amount
D. See PLACEMENT OF GLASS
/ GEMS section.
E. Air mixer on propane set is
closed
E. Open air mixer completely.
F. Improper burner for gas used
F. Use only a natural-gas set
with natural gas or use only a
propane-gas set with propane
gas.
A. Incorrect decorative media for
type of gas used
A. Consult your dealer for proper
set.
B. Insufficient gas supply
B. Other gas appliances may
be competing for gas supply.
Consult installer or plumber.
Orifice size is based upon
7" w.c. pressure for natural
gas and 11" w.c. pressure for
propane gas. Plumbing must
supply adequate pressure.
C. Blockage or kink in connector
kit, plumbing, or burner orifice
C. Clean out blockage. If connector
kit is kinked, replace it.
D. Valve not fully open
D. Open valve fully.
( I M M E D I AT E LY
STOP USING. Call
your gas supplier
or another qualified
professional installer
or service agency.)
2. Low flame
SOLUTION
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TROUBLESHOOTING (cont.)
SYMPTOM
3. Uneven flame distribution
(Lower at one end of the
burner)
4. Flame at air mixer
(For propane units)
CAUSE
SOLUTION
A. Clogged or blocked portholes
A. Clear out burner ports.
B. Insufficient gas pressure and/or
supply
B. Consult installer or plumber
(see solution 2B).
C. Decorative media may be
packed down too tightly
C. Loosen media around burner
pipe by running a kitchen knife
along both sides of the pipe.
Even out media in burner pan.
D. Auxiliary shutoff valve partially
closed
D. Open valve fully. Usually you will
find this along the wall 3' from the
fireplace.
A. Clogged or blocked burner
ports
A. Clear out burner ports.
B. Insufficient gas pressure and/or
supply
B. Consult installer or plumber
(see solution 2b).
C. Decorative media may be
packed down too tightly
C. Loosen media around the burner
by running a kitchen knife along
both sides of the pipe. Be sure
granules are used with an air
mixer.
D. Excessive gas pressure
D. Contact your gas supplier.
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WARRANTY
PETERSON VENTED DECORATIVE GAS APPLIANCE
LIMITED WARRANTY
All Peterson gas logs are WARRANTED for as long as you own them (lifetime).
All Peterson burner assemblies are WARRANTED for TEN (10) YEARS.
All Peterson glass is WARRANTED for FIVE (5) YEARS.
SPK-26 controls are covered by a THREE (3) YEAR “All Parts” Warranty.
All other Peterson valves, pilots, and controls are covered by a ONE (1) YEAR Limited Warranty (excluding batteries).
PLEASE KEEP A COPY OF YOUR SALES SLIP FOR PROOF OF PURCHASE
This warranty applies to the original purchaser and to single family residential use only. It commences from date of purchase, and is valid only with
proof of purchase.
This warranty does not cover parts becoming defective through misuse, accidental damage, electrical damage, improper handling, storage, and/or
installation. Product must be installed (and gas must be connected) as specified in the instructions or operator’s manual, by a qualified professional
installer. Accessories, parts, valves, remotes, etc., when used must be Peterson Co. product.
This warranty does not apply to rust, corrosion, oxidation, or discoloration, unless the affected component becomes inoperable. It does not cover
labor or labor-related charges.
This warranty specifically excludes liability for indirect, incidental, or consequential damages. Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of
incidental or consequential damages, so the above exclusion may not apply to you. This warranty gives you specified legal rights, and you may have
other rights that may vary from state to state.
For additional information regarding this warranty, or to place a warranty claim, contact the R.H. Peterson dealer where the product was purchased.
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