Vermont Castings DVRTSB Operating instructions

Bay Window
Rear/Top Convertible
Direct Vent Fireplaces
Model: DVRTSB
INSTALLER/CONSUMER
SAFETY INFORMATION
PLEASE READ THIS MANUAL
BEFORE INSTALLING AND USING
APPLIANCE
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.
FOR YOUR SAFETY
Installation and service must be
performed by a qualified installer,
service agency or your gas supplier.
WHAT TO DO IF YOU SMELL GAS:
• Do not try to light any appliance.
• Do not touch any electric switch; do
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not use any phone in your building.
• Immediately call your gas supplier
•
from your neighbor’s phone. Follow
the gas suppliers instructions.
If you cannot reach your gas supplier
call the fire department.
DO NOT STORE OR USE GASOLINE OR
OTHER FLAMMABLE VAPORS AND/OR
LIQUIDS IN THE VICINITY OF THIS OR
ANY OTHER APPLIANCE.
DE S I GN
CE
CERTIFIED
RTIFI E D
INSTALLER: Leave this manual with the appliance.
CONSUMER: Retain this manual for future reference.
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Table of Contents
Thank you & congratulations on your purchase of a CFM Corporation fireplace.
PLEASE READ THE INSTALLATION & OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE USING APPLIANCE.
IMPORTANT: Read all instructions and warnings carefully before starting installation. Failure to follow these
instructions may result in a possible fire hazard and will void the warranty.
Installation & Operating Instructions
General Information, Cautions, Warning ............................................................................. 3
Requirements for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts ................................................... 4
Fireplace Dimensions ......................................................................................................... 5
Locating Your Fireplace ...................................................................................................... 7
Clearance to Combustibles ................................................................................................ 7
Mantels ............................................................................................................................... 7
Hearths ............................................................................................................................... 7
Framing & Finishing ........................................................................................................... 7
Final Finishing .................................................................................................................... 8
Gas Specifications .............................................................................................................. 8
Gas Inlet and Manifold Pressures ...................................................................................... 8
High Elevations .................................................................................................................. 8
Gas Line Installation ........................................................................................................... 8
EB-1 Electrical Box Connection ......................................................................................... 9
Remote ON/OFF Switch Installation .................................................................................. 9
Alternate Switch Location ................................................................................................... 9
Optional Top Vent Application ........................................................................................... 10
Venting Installation Instructions
General Venting Information-Termination Location .......................................................... 11
General Information For Connecting Vent Pipes .............................................................. 13
How to Use the Vent Graph .............................................................................................. 14
Rear Wall Vent Applications & Installation ........................................................................ 14
Vertical Sidewall Applications & Installation ..................................................................... 15
Below Grade Installation .................................................................................................. 18
Vertical Through-the-Roof Applications & Installation ...................................................... 19
Vertical Through the Roof Installation .............................................................................. 19
Twist Lock Vent Components ........................................................................................... 21
Operating Instructions
Glass Information ............................................................................................................. 22
Louvre Removal ............................................................................................................... 22
Glass/Frame Removal ...................................................................................................... 22
Glass Cleaning ................................................................................................................. 23
Ceramic Refractory Installation ........................................................................................ 23
Installation of Logs ........................................................................................................... 23
Lava Rocks & Ember Material .......................................................................................... 24
Flame & Temperature Adjustment .................................................................................... 24
Flame Characteristics ....................................................................................................... 25
Lighting & Operating Instructions ..................................................................................... 26
Trouble Shooting Guide .................................................................................................... 27
Fuel Conversion Instructions ............................................................................................ 29
Maintenance ................................................................................................................................. 30
Replacement Parts ...................................................................................................................... 31
Optional Accessories
Fan Kits ............................................................................................................................ 34
Remote Controls .............................................................................................................. 35
Warranty ....................................................................................................................................... 39
Energuide ..................................................................................................................................... 40
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DVRTSB Bay Window Fireplace
Installation & Operating Instructions
This gas appliance should be installed by a qualified installer
in accordance with local building codes and with current
CSA-B149.1 Installation codes for Gas Burning Appliances
and Equipment. For U.S.A Installations follow local codes
and/or the current National Fuel Gas Code ANSI Z223.1/
NFPA 54.
FOR SAFE INSTALLATION AND OPERATION PLEASE
NOTE THE FOLLOWING:
must be installed on a metal or wood panel extending the
full width and depth of the fireplace.
12. This fireplace requires adequate ventilation and combustion
air to operate properly.
13. This fireplace must not be connected to a chimney flue
serving a separate solid fuel burning fireplace.
14. When the fireplace is not in use it is recommended that the
gas valve be left in the OFF position.
1.
WARNING: Check with your electronics manufacturer
before installing a television or other electronic device above this fireplace.
2.
3.
This fireplace gives off high temperatures and should be
located out of high traffic areas and away from furniture
and draperies.
Children and adults should be alerted to the hazards of
high surface temperatures of this fireplace and should stay
away to avoid burns or ignition of clothing.
CAUTION: Due to high glass surface temperature children should be carefully supervised when in the same
room as fireplace.
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Under no circumstances should this fireplace be modified.
Parts removed for servicing should be replaced prior to
operating this fireplace again.
5. Installation and any repairs to this fireplace must be
performed by a qualified installer, service agency or gas
supplier. A professional service person should be contacted
to inspect this fireplace annually. Make it a practice to have
all of your gas fireplaces checked annually. More frequent
cleaning may be required due to excess lint and dust from
carpeting, bedding material, etc.
6. Control compartments, burners and air passages in this
fireplace should be kept clean and free of dust and lint.
Make sure the gas valve and pilot light are turned off before
you attempt to clean this fireplace.
7. The venting system (chimney) of this fireplace should be
checked at least once a year and if needed your venting
system should be cleaned.
8. Keep the area around your fireplace clear of combustible
materials, gasoline and other flammable vapor and liquids.
This fireplace should not be used as a drying rack for clothing, nor should Christmas stockings or decorations be hung
in the area of it.
9. Under no circumstances should any solid fuels (wood, coal,
paper or cardboard etc.) be used in this fireplace.
10. The flow of combustion and ventilation air must not be
obstructed in any way.
11. When fireplace is installed directly on carpeting, vinyl tile
or any combustible material other than wood, this fireplace
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Certified To
ANSI Z21.88 - 2005 / CSA 2.33 - 2005
Vented Gas Fireplace Heaters
Proposition 65 Warning: Fuels used in gas, woodburning or oil fired appliances, and the products of
combustion of such fuels, contain chemicals known to
the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects
and other reproductive harm.
California Health & Safety Code Sec. 25249.6
This appliance may be installed in an aftermarket
permanently located, manufactured home or mobile
home, where not prohibited by local codes.
This appliance is only for use with the type of gas
indicated on the rating plate. This appliance is not
convertible for use with other gases, unless a certified
kit is used.
The DVRTSB has been approved for mobile home
installations.
IMPORTANT:
PLEASE READ THE FOLLOWING CAREFULLY
Remove any plastic from trim parts before turning the
fireplace ON.
It is normal for fireplaces fabricated of steel to give off
some expansion and/or contraction noises during the
start up or cool down cycle. Similar noises are found
with your furnace heat exchanger or car engine.
It is not unusual for a gas fireplace to give off some
odor the first time it is burned. This is due to the
curing of the paint and any undetected oil from the
manufacturing process.
Please ensure that your room is well ventilated
- open all windows during burn in period.
It is recommended that you burn your fireplace for
at least ten (10) hours the first time you use it. If the
optional fan kit has been installed, place the fan switch
in the “OFF” position during this time.
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Installation & Operating Instructions
Requirements for the Commonwealth of
Massachusetts
All gas fitting and installation of this heater shall only be
done by a licensed gas fitter or licensed plumber.
For all side wall horizontally vented gas fueled
equipment installed in every dwelling, building or
structure used in whole or in part for residential
purposes, including those owned or operated by the
Commonwealth and where the side wall exhaust
vent termination is less than seven (7) feet above
finished grade in the area of the venting, including
but not limited to decks and porches, the following
requirements shall be satisfied:
Installation of Carbon Monoxide Detectors
At the time of installation of the side wall horizontal
vented gas fueled equipment, the installing plumber
or gas fitter shall observe that a hard wired carbon
monoxide detector with an alarm is installed on each
additional level of the dwelling, building or structure
served by the side wall horizontal vented gas fueled
equipment. It shall be the responsibility of the property
owner to secure the services of qualified licensed
professionals for the installation of hard wired carbon
monoxide detectors.
In the event that the side wall horizontally vented gas
fueled equipment is installed in a crawl space or an
attic, the hard wired carbon monoxide detector with
alarm and battery back-up may be installed on the next
adjacent floor level.
In the event that the requirements of this subdivision
can not be met at the time of completion of installation,
the owner shall have a period of thirty (30) days
to comply with the above requirements; provided,
however, that during said thirty (30) day period, a
battery operated carbon monoxide detector with an
alarm shall be installed.
Approved Carbon Monoxide Detectors
Each carbon monoxide detector as required in
accordance with the above provisions shall comply with
NFPA 720 and ANSI/UL 2034 listed and IAS certified.
Signage
A metal or plastic identification plate shall be
permanently mounted to the exterior of the building at
a minimum height of eight (8) feet above grade directly
in line with the exhaust vent terminal for the horizontally
vented gas fueled heating appliance or equipment. The
sign shall read, in print size no less than one-half (1/2)
inch in size, “GAS VENT DIRECTLY BELOW, KEEP
CLEAR OF ALL OBSTRUCTIONS”.
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Inspection
The state or local gas inspector of the side wall
horizontally vented gas fueled equipment shall not
approve the installation unless, upon inspection, the
inspector observes carbon monoxide detectors and
signage installed in accordance with the provisions of
248 CMR 5.08(2)(a)1 through 4.
Exemptions
The following equipment is exempt from 248 CMR
5.08(2)(a)1 through 4:
• The equipment listed in Chapter 10 entitled
•
“Equipment Not Required To Be Vented” in the most
current edition of NFPA 54 as adopted by the Board;
and
Product Approved side wall horizontally vented gas
fueled equipment installed in a room or structure
separate from the dwelling, building or structure
used in whole or in part for residential purposes.
MANUFACTURER REQUIREMENTS
Gas Equipment Venting System Provided
When the manufacturer of Product Approved side
wall horizontally vented gas equipment provides a
venting system design or venting system components
with the equipment, the instructions provided by the
manufacturer for installation of the equipment and the
venting system shall include:
• Detailed instructions for the installation of the venting
system design or the venting system components;
and
• A complete parts list for the venting system design or
venting system.
Gas Equipment Venting System NOT Provided
When the manufacturer of a Product Approved side
wall horizontally vented gas fueled equipment does
not provide the parts for venting the flue gases, but
identifies “special venting systems”, the following
requirements shall be satisfied by the manufacturer:
• The referenced “special venting system” instructions
shall be included with the appliance or equipment
installation instructions; and
• The “special venting systems” shall be Product
Approved by the Board, and the instructions for
that system shall include a parts list and detailed
installation instructions.
A copy of all installation instructions for all Product
Approved side wall horizontally vented gas fueled
equipment, all venting instructions, all parts lists
for venting instructions, and/or all venting design
instructions shall remain with the appliance or
equipment at the completion of the installation.
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Fireplace Dimensions (Installed as Top Vent)
F
G
G
F
E
Gas
Line
Inlet
EB1 Box Inlet
2³⁄₈"
(60mm)
K - Rough Opening Depth
4¹⁄₈"
(105mm)
M - Rough Opening Width
3⁷⁄₈"
(99mm)
5⁷⁄₁₆"
(138mm)
Rough
Opening
Height
H
L
B
I
J
A
7/8" Dia.
1¹⁄₂" Dia.
C
D
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Fig. 2 Fireplace specifications and framing dimensions.
Ref.
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
M
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35”
(888 mm)
DVRTSB
34³⁄₈” (873 mm)
top vent
32³⁄₄” (831 mm)
specs (885 mm)
34⁷⁄₈”
7/03
2¹⁄₄”
(56 mm)
2”
(51 mm)
17¹⁄₂” (444 mm)
24”
(610 mm)
5¹⁄₂”
(139 mm)
2³⁄₈”
(61 mm)
Framing Dimensions
24” (610 mm) minus one finishing material
thickness to be even with face of unit
Not to be framed until unit is set in place due
to 3¹⁄₈” (79 mm) allowance for flue collar.
35” (888 mm) minus twice the finishing material
thickness to be even with face of unit.
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Fireplace Dimensions (Installed as Rear Vent)
F
G
G
F
E
Gas
Line
Inlet
EB1 Box
Inlet
2³⁄₈"
(60mm)
K - Rough Opening Depth
4¹⁄₈"
(105mm)
M - Rough Opening Width
3⁷⁄₈"
(99mm)
5⁷⁄₁₆"
(138mm)
Rough
Opening
Height
H
J
I
L
B
A
7/8" Dia.
1¹⁄₂" Dia.
C
D
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Fig. 3 Fireplace specifications and framing dimensions.
Ref.
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
M
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DVRTSB
35”
(888 mm)
DVRTSB
34³⁄₈”
(873 mm)
rear vent
32³⁄₄”
specs (831 mm)
34⁷⁄₈”
(885 mm)
7/03
2¹⁄₄”
(56 mm)
2”
(51 mm)
17¹⁄₂”
(444 mm)
24”
(610 mm)
5³⁄₄”
(139 mm)
2³⁄₈”
(61 mm)
Framing Dimensions
24” (609 mm) minus one finishing material
thickness to be even with face of unit
35¹⁄₄” (895 mm)
35” (888 mm) minus twice the finishing material
thickness to be even with face of unit.
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Locating Your Fireplace
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W
X
Y
X
Z
X
B
X
A
A
Y
Z
Y
A
B
C
D
E
Fireplace
Y
Top Louvre
Assembly
FP1374
Fig. 1 Locating gas fireplace.
A. Wall Location (Fig. 1)
Y (Minimum distance between a glass panel and a parallel
wall = 3’ (914 mm)
Z (Minimum distance between edge of a glass panel and
an adjacent wall = 2³⁄₄” (70 mm)
B. Island Location (FIg. 1)
X (Maximum length of horizontal venting = 20’ (6.1 m).
Refer to the venting section of this manual for specific
dimensions.
Clearance to Combustibles
Top of Unit to Ceiling ......................................... 36” (914 mm)
Front of Unit to Combustibles ............................ 36” (914 mm)
Appliance
Top .................................................. (0”) 0 mm to stand-off
Bottom ................................................................ (0”) 0 mm
Back .........................................(1/2”) 13 mm to rear panel
Side Wall ........................................................... (0”) 0 mm.
(behind side glass panel)
Venting
Concentric sections of DV Vent
Top, bottom & sides .......................................... (1”) 25 mm
Non-concentric sections of DV Vent
Side and bottom ................................................ (1”) 25 mm
Top .................................................................... (2”) 51 mm
Mantels
The height that a combustible mantel is fitted above the
fireplace is dependent on the depth of the mantel. This
also applies to the distance between the mantel leg (if
fitted) and the fireplace.
For the correct mounting height and widths refer to
Figure and the Mantel Chart below.
Noncombustible mantels and legs may be installed at
any height and width around the appliance.
When using paint or lacquer to finish the
mantel, such paint or lacquer must be heat
resistant to prevent discoloration.
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Top of
Combustion
Chamber
Bottom of Door
Trim
Mantel Chart
CFM146
CFM146
Ref.
Mantel Shelf DV Mantel Chart Mantel from Top
7/5/01 sta
or Breast Plate Ref. of Comb. Chamber
Depth
V
10” (254 mm)
A
19” (483 mm)
W
8” (203 mm)
B
17” (432 mm)
X
6” (152 mm)
C
15” (381 mm)
Y
4” (101 mm)
D
13” (330 mm)
Z
2” (51 mm)
E
11” (279 mm)
Fig. 4 Combustible mantel minimum installation.
NOTE: The above mantel shelf chart will be applied
for the front and two sides of the fireplace.
Hearth
A hearth is not mandatory but is recommended for
aesthetic purposes. We recommend a noncombustible
hearth which projects out 12” (305 mm) or more from
the front of the fireplace.
Cold climate installation recommendation:
When installing this unit against a noninsulated exterior wall or chase, it is
mandatory that the outer walls be insulated
to conform to applicable insulation codes.
Framing and Finishing
1. Choose the unit location.
2. Place the unit into position and secure it to the floor
with 1¹⁄₂” (38 mm) screws, or nails. The holes to
secure the unit to the floor are located just behind
the access door grille on the left and right side of the
unit.
3. Frame in the fireplace with a header across the top.
It is important to allow for the finished wall face when
setting the depth of the frame.
4. Drywall (sheetrock) or wood material may be placed
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ance when finishing walls above sides of the appliance with glass windows. Attach the wall finishing to
the constructed frame not the appliance.
5. On DVRTSB models, drywall, wood or wood molding may be placed with zero clearance to the rear
wall of the unit, along the vertical edge formed
by the standoffs to intersection of the rear wall to the
side wall containing the small glass window. Attach
the wall finishing to the constructed frame, not the
appliance.
Final Finishing
Noncombustible materials such as brick or tile may be
extended over the edges of the face of the appliance.
DO NOT cover any vent or grille panels.
If a Trim Kit is going to be installed on the fireplace, the
brick or tile will have to be installed flush with the edges
of the appliance.
Gas Specifications
Model
Fuel
DVRTSB RN Nat
DVRTSB RP Prop
Gas Control
Millivolt
Millivolt
Max.
Input
BTU/h
30,000
30,000
Min.
Input
BTU/h
21,000
22,500
Gas Line Installation
When purging the gas lines, the front glass
must be removed.
The gas pipeline can be brought in through the side and
back of the fireplace as well as the bottom. Knockouts
are provided on the bottom behind the valve to allow for
the gas pipe installation and testing of any gas connection. It is most convenient to bring the gas line in from
the right side of the valve as this allows fan installation
or removal without disconnecting the gas line.
The gas line connection can be made with properly
tinned 3/8” copper tubing, 3/8” rigid pipe or an approved
flex connector. Since some municipalities have additional local codes, it is always best to consult your local
authority and the CSA-B149.1 installation codes.
For USA installations consult the current National Fuel
Gas Code, ANSI Z223.1/NFPA 54.
Always check for gas leaks with a mild
soap and water solution. Do not use an
open flame for leak testing.
1/2” Gas Supply
1/2” NPT x 1/2” Flare
Shut-off Valve
3/8” Flex Line
(From Valve)
Gas Inlet and Manifold Pressures
Inlet Minimum Pressure
Inlet Maximum Pressure
Manifold Pressure
Natural
5.5” w.c.
14.0” w.c.
3.5” w.c.
LP (Propane)
11.0” w.c.
14.0” w.c.
10.0” w.c.
High Elevations
Input ratings are shown in BTU per hour and are
certified without deration for elevations up to
4,500 feet (1,370m) above sea level.
For elevations above 4,500 feet (1,370m) in USA,
installations must be in accordance with the
current ANSI Z223.1/NFPA 54 and/or local codes
having jurisdiction.
In Canada, please consult provincial and/or local
authorities having jurisdiction for installations at
elevations above 4,500 feet (1,370m).
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FP297a
Fig. 5 Typical gas supply installation.
The gas control is equipped with a captured screw type
pressure test point, therefore
it is not necessary to proFP297A
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vide a 1/8” test point up stream
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the control.
UVHB26 GAS SUPPLY
When using copper or flex 7/1/98
connector use only approved
fittings. Always provide a union when using black iron
pipe so the gas line can be easily disconnected for
burner or fan servicing. Refer to the gas specification
for pressure details and ratings.
The fireplace valve must not be subjected
to any test pressures exceeding 1/2 psi.
Isolate or disconnect this or any other gas
appliance control from the gas line when
pressure testing.
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EB-1 Electrical Box
Remote ON/OFF Switch Installation
The fireplace, when installed, must be electrically connected and grounded in accordance with local codes or, in the absence
of local codes, with the current CSA C22.1
Canadian Electrical Code
For USA installations follow the local
codes and the national electrical code
ANSI/NFPA No. 70.
It is strongly suggested that the wiring of
the EB-1 Electrical Junction Box be carried
out by a licensed electrician.
1. Thread the wiring through the holes on the end
panels of the appliance. Take care not to cut the wire
or insulation on metal edges. Route the wire to
a conveniently located receptacle box.
2. Attach the wire to the ON/OFF switch and install the
switch into the receptacle box.
3. Connect the other ends of the wire to the gas
control valve. (Fig. 7)
Remote ON/OFF Switch or Thermostat or Remote Control
Ensure that the power to the supply line
has been disconnected before commencing this procedure.
TP
TH
The EB-1 Electrical junction box has been supplied
standard on this model to allow for the easy connection
of an optional fan kit. (Fig. )
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To connect the EB-1 box to the house electrical supply
follow the steps below.
1. Remove the front cover of the EB-1 box.
2. Remove the plug socket assembly from the EB-1
box.
3. Feed the supply line in from the outside through the
electrical knock-out.
4. Connect the ground wire of the supply line to the
green screw of the socket assembly.
5. Connect the white wire of the power line to the
chrome screw of the socket assembly.
6. Connect the black wire of the power supply line to
the brass screw (polarized) of the socket assembly.
7. Refit the socket assembly back into the electrical
box and replace the cover plate.
8. The EB-1 electrical junction box is now ready to
supply power to the FK12 or FK24 fan kits, if fitted.
Gas
Control
Valve
TH
FP1376
Fig. 7 Remote switch wiring diagram.
Alternate Switch
Location
FP1376
remoteonswitch
The remote switch can be installed
the front/side of
7/03
the access door. Simply mount
the switch to the bracket
provided and screw the bracket to either side of the
frame, lining up the screws with the pre-punched holes.
(Fig. 8)
Electrical Box (EB-1)
1¹⁄₂”
Gas
Inlet
Holes
FP1377
Retaining
Screw
FK24 Fan
Kit
Mounting
Studs
Fig. 8 Alternate switch location.
FP1375
Fig. 6 EB-1 electrical box.
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7/03
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DVRTSB Bay Window Fireplace
Optional Top Vent Application
This appliance is shipped as a rear vent unit. If the
installation layout requires the unit to be a top vent configuration the appliance can be converted by following
the steps below.
When removing and refitting the plates and adapter be
sure the associated gaskets are undamaged and refitted
as required.
1. Remove the 10 screws securing the outer collar
adapter to the fireplace body. (Fig. 9)
2. Set the collar aside, complete with the gasket. Do not
damage the gasket as the adapter and gasket must
be refitted.
3. Remove all of the insulation material (exposed in
Step 2) from the top of the unit. (Fig. 10) This material can be discarded, however if the unit is converted
back to rear vent for any reason a new piece of insulation material approved by CFM Corporation must
be used for this purpose.
4. Remove the four (4) screws securing the flue cover
plate to the top of the intake box and remove the
cover and gasket. (Fig. 11)
5. Remove four (4) screws securing the flue pipe to
back of the intake box and remove pipe and gasket.
(Fig. 11)
6. Secure the plate and gasket removed in Step 4 over
the flue opening in the back of the intake box. Ensure
the gasket is in place and undamaged.
7. Install the flue pipe and gasket removed in Step 5
over the flue opening in the top of the intake box.
8. Refit the outer collar adapter and gasket to the unit
with the round collar on the top. Secure the adapter
with the 10 screws removed in Step 1.
When converting the appliance to top vent, ensure
the insulation material referred to in Step 3 is completely removed.
Insulation
Flue
Cover
Flue
Pipe
Remove
Screws (4)
Remove Screws (4)
FP1027
Fig. 10 Remove flue cover and flue pipe.
FP1027
DV360/580Flue Cover Plate
Outer Collar Adapter
Flue Pipe
1/27/00 djt
Flue
Pipe
FP1378
Fig. 11 Remove flue pipe and flue cover plate.
FP1378
remove flue
7/03
Rear View
Outer Collar Adapter
Flue
Pipe
Remove
Screws
(5)
Remove
Screws (5)
FP1030
Fig. 9 Remove screws from outer collar adapter.
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General Venting Information – Termination Location
Your fireplace is approved to be vented either through
the rear wall or the vertical side wall, or vertical through
the roof.
den sheds, fences, decks or utility buildings within 24”
from the front of the termination hood.
• Only venting components specifically approved and
It is imperative the vent termination be located observing the minimum clearances as shown on this page.
•
•
labeled for this fireplace may be used.
Venting terminals shall not be recessed into a wall or
siding.
Horizontal venting must be installed on a level plane
without any incline or decline.
Location of Vent Termination
*Check with local codes or in absence of same with
CSAB149.1 Installation Codes (1991) for Canada or follow the current National Fuel Gas Code, ANSIZ223.1/
NFPA 54 for installations in the USA.
There must not be any obstruction such as bushes, gar-
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General Venting Information - Termination Location
INSIDE
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B
J
X
X AIR SUPPLY INLET
M
I
A
CFM145a
V VENT TERMINATION
V
V
Fixed
Closed
C = Clearance to permanently closed window
D = Vertical clearance to ventilated soffit located
above the terminal within a horizontal
distance of 2’ (610mm) from the center
line of the terminal
E = Clearance to unventilated soffit
F = Clearance to outside corner
G = Clearance to inside corner (see next page)
H = Clearance to each inside of center line
extended above meter/regulator assembly
K
X
AREA WHERE TERMINAL IS NOT PERMITTED
Canadian Installations1
A = Clearance above grade, veranda, porch,
deck, or balcony
B = Clearance to window or door that may be
opened
V
CFM145a
DV Termin
Location
12”
(30cm)
5/01/01 Rev. 12/05/01
sta
6” (15cm) for appliances
< 10,000Btuh (3kW), 12” (30cm)
for appliances > 10,000 Btuh (3kW) and
< 100,000 Btuh (30kW), 36” (91cm)
for appliances > 100,000 Btuh (30kW)
US Installations2
12” (30cm)
12” (305mm) recommended to
prevent window condensation
6” (15cm) for appliances
< 10,000 Btuh (3kW), 9”
(23cm) for appliances > 10,000
Btuh (3kW) and < 50,000 Btuh
(15kW), 12” (30cm) for
appliances > 50,000 Btuh (15kW)
12” (305mm) recommended to
prevent window condensation
18” (458mm)
18” (458mm)
12” (305mm)
see next page
see next page
3’ (91cm) within a height of 15’ (5m)
above the meter/regulator assembly
12” (305mm)
see next page
see next page
3’ (91cm) within a height of 15’
(5m) above the meter/regulator
assy
3’ (91cm)
6” (15cm) for appliances
< 10,000 Btuh (3kW), 9”
(23cm) for appliances > 10,000
Btuh (3kW) and < 50,000 Btuh
(15kW), 12” (30cm) for
appliances > 50,000 Btuh (15kW)
3’ (91cm) above if within 10
feet (3m) horizontally
7’ (2.13m)†
I = Clearance to service regulator vent outlet
J = Clearance to nonmechanical air supply inlet
to building or the combustion air inlet to any
other appliances
3’ (91cm)
6” (15cm) for appliances < 10,000
Btuh (3kW), 12” (30cm) for
appliances > 10,000 Btuh (3kW) and
< 100,000 Btuh (30kW), 36” (91cm)
for appliances > 100,000 Btuh (30kW)
K = Clearance to a mechanical air supply inlet
6’ (1.83m)
L = Clearance above paved sidewalk or paved 7’ (2.13m)†
driveway located on public property
M = Clearance under veranda, porch, deck or
12” (30cm)‡
12” (30cm)‡
balcony
N = Clearance above a roof shall extend a minimum of 24” (610mm) above the highest point when it passes through the roof
surface, and any other obstruction within a horizontal distance of 18” (450mm).
1 In accordance with the current CSA-B149 Installation Codes
2 In accordance with the current ANSI Z223.1/NFPA 54 National Fuel Gas Codes
† A vent shall not terminate directly above a sidewalk or paved driveway which is located between two single family dwellings and
serves both dwellings
‡ only permitted if veranda, porch, deck or balcony is fully open on a minimum 2 sides beneath the floor:
NOTE: 1. Local codes or regulations may require different clearances.
2. The special venting system used on Direct Vent Fireplaces are certified as part of the appliance, with clearances tested and
approved by the listing agency.
3. CFM Corporation assumes no responsibility for the improper performance of the appliance when the venting system does not
meet these requirements.
Fig. 12 Termination location requirements.
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Termination Clearances
Termination clearances for buildings with combustible and noncombustible exteriors.
Inside Corner
Alcove Applications*
Outside Corner
G=
Combustible
6" (152 mm)
G
F=
Combustible
6" (152 mm)
Noncombustible
2" (51 mm)
V
Noncombustible
2" (51 mm)
V
C
V
E
O
F
Balcony with perpendicular side wall
Balcony with no side wall
D
C
E = Min. 6” (152 mm) for
non-vinyl sidewalls
Min. 12” (305 mm) for
vinyl sidewalls
O = 8’ (2.4 m) Min.
M
M
V
V
P
Combustible &
Noncombustible
M=
Combustible &
Noncombustible
12" (305 mm)
M = 24" (610 mm)
P = 20” (508 mm)
No.
of Caps
1
2
3
4
DMin.
3’ (914 mm)
6’ (1.8 m)
9’ (2.7 m)
12’ (3.7 m)
CMax.
2 x DActual
1 x DActual
2/3 x DActual
1/2 x DActual
DMin. = # of Termination caps x 3
CMax. = (2 / # termination caps) x DActual
584-15
*NOTE: Termination in an alcove space (spaces open only on one side and with an overhang) is permitted with the dimensions
specified for vinyl or non-vinyl siding and soffits. 1. There must be a 3’ (914 mm) minimum between termination caps. 2. All
mechanical air intakes within 10’ (1 m) of a termination cap must be a minimum of 3’ (914 mm) below the termination cap. 3. All
gravity air intakes within 3’ (914 mm) of a termination cap must be a minimum of 1’ (305 mm) below the termination cap.
Fig. 12a Termination clearances.
General Information for Connecting Vent Pipes
Canadian Installations:
Venting system must be installed in accordance with
the current CSA-B149.1 installation code.
USA Installations:
The venting system must conform with local codes and/
or the current National Fuel Gas code ANSI Z223.1/
NFPA 54.
Only direct vent components manufactured by CFM
Corporation can be used in Direct Vent systems.
To join the twist lock pipes together, simply align the
beads of the male end with the grooves of the female
end, twisting the pipe until the flange on the female
end contacts the external flange on the male end. It is
recommended that you secure the joints with three (3)
sheet metal screws, however this is not mandatory with
twist lock pipe.
NOTE: For ease of assembly, use a lubricant (Vaseline
or similar substance) on male end of twist lock pipe
prior to assembly.
Twist Lock Pipes
When using CFM Corporation twist-lock pipe it is not
necessary to use sealant on the joints. The only areas
of the venting system that need to be sealed with high
temperature silicone sealant are the sliding joints of any
telescopic vent section used in the system.
Male End
Female End
Screw Holes
TWL100
Fig. 14 Twist-lock pipe joints.
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How to Use the Vent Graph
Rear Wall Vent Applications
The vent chart should be read in conjunction with the
following vent installation instructions to determine the
relationship of the vertical and horizontal dimensions of
the vent system.
1. Determine the height of the center of the horizontal
vent pipe exiting through the outer wall. Using this
dimension on the Sidewall Vent Graph, (Fig. 15)
locate the point intersecting with slanted graph line.
2. From the point of this intersection, draw a vertical
line to the bottom of the graph.
3. Select the indicated dimension, and position the
fireplace in accordance with same.
Example A:
If the vertical dimension from the floor of the
fireplace is 11’ (3.4 m) the horizontal run to the face
of the outer wall must not exceed 14’ (4.3 m).
Example B:
If the vertical dimension from the floor of the unit is
7’ (2.14 m), the horizontal run to the face of the outer
wall must not exceed 8¹⁄₂’ (2.6 m).
When installed as a rear vent unit this appliance may
be vented directly to a termination located on the rear
wall behind the appliance.
• Specific rear vent starter kits must be used in these
•
•
applications (see ‘Venting Components’). The
appliance has been approved for installation flat
against a rear wall. (Fig. 16)
The maximum horizontal distance between the rear
of the appliance and the outside face of the rear wall
is 20” (508mm). (Fig. 16)
The minimum clearances between any combustible
material and the vent pipe sections are:
Top ..................................................... 2” (51 mm)
Sides .................................................. 1” (25 mm)
Bottom ................................................ 1” (25 mm)
When the vent termination is installed in an accessible
location, a Screen Guard Kit, item #7V1B60, should be
installed. (Accessible means the termination is likely to
be touched)
30
20"
(508 mm)
29
28
27
26
25
23
22
21
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
eg: A
12
11
10
9
8
7
eg: B
6
Vertical dimension from the floor of the unit
To the center of the horizontal vent pipe
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Fig. 16 Rear vent application, no elbows.
Rear Wall Vent Installation
STEP 1
Locate and cut the vent opening in the wall. (Fig. 17)
For combustible walls first frame in opening. ( Fig. 17)
Combustible Walls: Cut a 10³⁄₈”H x 9³⁄₈” W (265 x 240
mm) hole through the exterior wall and frame. (Fig.21)
Noncombustible Walls: Hole opening must be 7¹⁄₂”
(190 mm) in diameter.
STEP 2
5
4
3
3
4 5 6
7
8
9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
Horizontal dimension from the outside face of the wall
to the center of the fireplace vent flange
CFM102
CFM102
DV
Graphic
Fig. 15 Sidewall vent graph showing the relationship be9/28/00 sta
tween vertical and horizontal
dimensions for a Direct Vent flue
Measure wall thickness and cut zero clearance sleeve
parts to proper length (MAXIMUM 12”/305 mm). Assemble sleeve to its maximum opening (10³⁄₈” x 9³⁄₈”)
and attach to firestop with #8 sheet metal screws (supplied). Install firestop assembly. (Fig. 18)
system.
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STEP 5
Vent Opening for Combustible Wall
Guide the vent through the vent hole as you place the
appliance in its installed position. Guide the 4” (102
mm) and 7” (175 mm) collars of the vent termination into the outer ends of the venting. Do not force
the termination. If the vent pipes do not align with the
temination remove and realign the venting at the appliance flue collars. Attach the termination to the wall
as outlined in the instruction sheet supplied with the
9³⁄₈”
(240 mm)
10³⁄₈”
(265 mm)
Vertical Sidewall Applications
Framing Detail
Since it is very important the venting system maintain
its balance between the combustion air intake and the
flue gas exhaust, certain limitations as to vent configurations apply and must be strictly adhered to.
Opening for Noncombustible Wall
7¹⁄₂”
(190 mm)
VO584-100
Fig. 17 Locate vent opening on wall.
Zero clearance sleeve is only required for
combustible walls.
Adjustable Zero
Clearance Sleeve
VO584-100
Vent Opening
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Max. Length 12”
(305mm)
#8 Screws (2)
#8 Screws (2)
#8 Screws
(2)
Firestop
Adjustable Zero Clearance Sleeve
ZCS101
ZCS101
Fig. 18 Adjustable zero clearance sleeve.
Zero Clearance Sleeve
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STEP 3
The vent graph showing the relationship between vertical and horizontal side wall venting will help to determine the various dimensions allowable.
Minimum clearance between vent pipes
and combustible materials is one 1”
(25mm) on top, bottom and sides unless
otherwise noted.
When the vent termination exits through foundations
less than 20” (508 mm) below siding outcrop, the vent
pipe must flush up with the siding.
It is always best to locate the fireplace in such a way
that minimizes the number of offsets and horizontal
vent length of vent pipe from the flue collar of the fireplace to the face of the outer wall.
Horizontal plane means no vertical rise exists on this
portion of the vent assembly.
When installing the appliance as a rear
vent unit the 90° Transition Elbow attached
directly to the rear of the unit is not included in the following criteria and calculations, and unless specifically mentioned
should be ignored when calculating venting layouts.
Measure the horizontal length requirement for the venting including a 2” (51 mm) overlap, i.e. from the elbow
to the outside wall face plus 2” (51 mm) (or the distance
required if installing a second 90° elbow. (Fig. 17)
STEP 4
Install the 4” (102 mm) vent to the appliance collar and
secure with three (3) sheetmetal screws. Install the 7”
(175 mm) vent pipe to the appliance collar and secure
with three (3) sheet metal screws. It is not necessary to
seal this connection.
It is critical that there is no downward
slope away from the appliance when connecting the vent or elbow.
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Fig. 19 Maximum number of 90· elbows per sidewall.
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• The maximum number of 90° elbows per side wall
installation is three (3).
If a 90° elbow is fitted directly on top of the fireplace
flange, the maximum horizontal vent run before the
termination or a vertical rise is 36” (914 mm).
•
Example: In Fig. 22
Elbow 1
Elbow 2
Elbow 3
Elbow 4
Total Angular Variation
Max. 36"
(914mm)
Max. 20"
(508mm)
=
=
=
=
=
90°
45°
45°
90°
270°
1 + 2 + 3 + 4 = 270o
1
1
2
2
3
3
4
4
FP1381
Fig. 20 Maximum horizontal vent run.
FP1383
• If a 90° elbow is used in the horizontal vent run
(level height maintained) the maximum horizontal
vent length is reduced by 36” (914 mm). (Fig. 21)
This does not apply if the 90° elbows are used to
increase or redirect a vertical rise. (Fig. 21)
Example: According to the chart the maximum horizontal vent length in a system with a 7.5’ vertical rise is
20’ (6 m) and if a 90° is required in the horizontal vent it
must be reduced to 17’ (5.2 m).
Dimension A plus B must not be greater than 17’
(5.2m). (Fig. 21)
Vertical Sidewall Installation
STEP 1
Locate vent opening on the wall. It may be necessary
to first position the fireplace and measure to obtain hole
location. Depending on whether the wall is combustible
or noncombustible, cut opening to size. (Fig. 23) For
combustible walls first frame in opening. (Fig. 23)
Combustible Walls: Cut a 9³⁄₈”H x 9³⁄₈”W (240 x
240mm) hole through the exterior wall and frame as
shown in Figure 23.
90°
A
Fig. 22 Maximum number of elbows allowed.
B
Noncombustible Walls (Fig. 23): Hole opening must
be 7¹⁄₂” (190 mm) in diameter.
Vent Opening for Combustible Wall
9³⁄₈”
(240 mm)
A + B = 17' Max.
(5.2m)
7'6"
(2286mm)
FP1382
9³⁄₈”
(240 mm)
Fig. 21 Maximum vent run with elbows.
• The maximum number of 45° elbows permitted per
•
•
side wall installation is two (2). These elbows can be
installed in either the vertical or horizontal run.
For each 45° elbow installed in the horizontal run,
the length of the horizontal run MUST be reduced by
18” (45cm). This does not apply if the 45° elbows are
installed in the vertical part of the vent system.
The maximum number of elbow degrees in a system
is 270°. (Fig. 22)
Framing Detail
Opening for Noncombustible Wall
7¹⁄₂”
(190 mm)
VO584-100
Fig. 23 Locate vent opening on wall.
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STEP 2
STEP 5
Measure wall thickness and cut zero clearance sleeve
parts to proper length (MAXIMUM 12”/305 mm). Assemble sleeve and attach to firestop with #8 sheet
metal screws (supplied). Install firestop assembly. (Fig.
24)
Measure the horizontal length requirement including a
2” (51 mm) overlap, i.e. from the elbow to the outside
wall face plus 2” (51 mm) (or the distance required if
installing a second 90° elbow. (Fig. 26)
Always install horizontal venting on a level
plane.
Zero clearance sleeve is only required for
combustible walls.
STEP 6
Adjustable Zero
Clearance Sleeve
Max. Length 12”
(305mm)
#8 Screws (2)
#8 Screws (2)
#8 Screws
(2)
Use appropriate length of pipe sections - telescopic or
fixed and install. The section which goes through the
wall is packaged with the starter kit, and can be cut to
suit if necessary.
Sealing vent pipe and firestop gaps with high temperature sealant will restrict cold air being drawn in
around fireplace.
X
Firestop
Adjustable Zero Clearance Sleeve
ZCS101
ZCS101
Fig. 24 Adjustable zero clearance sleeve.
Zero Clearance Sleeve
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STEP 3
X
Place fireplace into position. (Fig. 25) Measure the vertical height (X) required from the base of the flue collars
to the center of the wall opening.
X
X
FP1385
Fig. 26 Horizontal length requirement.
STEP 7
FP1384
Fig. 25 Vertical height requirements.
STEP 4
Apply a bead of silicone to the inner and outer flue
collars of the fireplace and using appropriate length of
pipe section(s) attach to fireplace with three (3) screws.
Follow with the installation of the inner and outer elbow,
again secure joints as described in “Connecting Vent
Pipes”.
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Apply high temperature sealant to 4” (100mm) and 7”
(175mm) collars or the termination one inch away from
crimped end. Guide the vent terminations 4” and 7” collars into their respective vent pipes. Double check that
the vent pipes overlap the collars by 2” (50mm). Secure
the termination to the wall with screws provided and
caulk around the wall plate to weatherproof.
Support the horizontal pipes every 36” (914mm)
with metal pipe straps.
Check the fireplace to make sure that it is levelled
and properly positioned.
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Do not back fill around snorkel.
Below Grade Installation
When it is not possible to meet the required vent terminal clearances of 12” (305 mm) above grade level a
starter kit is recommended. It allows installation depth
of down to 7” (178 mm) below grade level. The 7”
(178mm) is measured from the center of the horizontal
vent pipe as it penetrates through the wall.
If venting system is installed below ground, we recommend a window well with adequate and proper drainage.
Ensure sidewall venting clearances are observed.
If installing a snorkel, a minimum 24” (610mm) vertical
rise is necessary. The maximum horizontal run with the
24” (610mm) vertical pipe is 36” (914mm). The measurement is taken from the collar of the fireplace (or transition elbow) to the face of the exterior wall. See Vent
Chart (see ‘How to use the Vent Graph’) for extended
horizontal runs if the vertical exceeds 24” (610mm).
1. Establish vent hole through the wall. (Fig. 23)
2. Remove soil to a depth of approximately 16”
(406mm) below base of snorkel. Install drain pipe.
Install window well (not supplied). Refill hole with 12”
(305mm) of coarse gravel leaving a clearance of approximately 4” (100mm) below snorkel. (Fig. 27)
3. Install vent system.
4. Ensure a watertight seal is made around the vent
pipe coming through the wall.
5. Apply high temperature sealant caulking (supplied)
around the 4” and 7” snorkel collars.
6. Slide the snorkel into the vent pipes and secure to
the wall.
7. Level the soil so as to maintain a 4” (100mm) clearance below snorkel. (Fig. 27)
Zero Clearance
Sleeve if Required
Firestop
7” Pipe
Screws
7DVSKS
(Snorkel)
Minimum 4” Clearance
Ground
Window Well
Gravel
24” (610mm)
Minimum
A clearance of at least 4” (100mm) must
be maintained between the snorkel and the
soil.
If the foundation
is recessed, use
recess brackets
(not supplied) for
Snorkel
securing lower
Foundation
portion of the
Recess
Wall
snorkel. Fasten
Screws
brackets to wall
Watertight Seal
first, then secure
Around
Sheet Metal
to snorkel with self
Pipe
Screws
drilling #8 x 1/2
sheetmetal screws.
CFM139
It will be necessary
Fig. 28 Snorkel installatin, recessed
to extend vent
foundation.
pipes out as far as
CFM139
protruding wall face. (Fig. 28) Snorkel
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Vertical Through-the-Roof Applications
This Gas Fireplace has been approved for:
• Vertical installations up to 40’ (12 m) in height. Up to
•
•
•
•
Drain
•
FP1386
Foundation Wall
• A minimum of 24” (610mm) vertical
pipe must be installed when using
the 7DVSKS/7TDVSKS kit.
• The 22” vertical rise (center to center) of the snorkel may be included
for calculation of max. horizontal
run.
a 10’ (3 m) horizontal vent run can be installed
within the vent system using a maximum of two 90°
elbows. (Fig. 29 & 30)
Up to two (2) 45° elbows may be used within the
horizontal run. For each 45° elbow used on the
horizontal level the maximum horizontal length must
be reduced by 18” (457 mm).
Example: Maximum horizontal length
0 x 45° elbows = 10’ (3 m)
1 x 45° elbows = 8.5’ (2.6 m)
2 x 45° elbows = 7’ (2.1 m)
A minimum of an 8’ (2.4 m) vertical rise.
A maximum of two (2) sets of 45° elbow offsets can
be used within these vertical installation. From 0 to
a maximum of 8’ of vent pipe can be used between
elbows. (Fig. 30)
7DVCS supports offsets. (Fig. 32) This application
will require that you first determine the roof pitch
and use the appropriate starter kit. (See Venting
Components List)
The maximum angular variation allowed in the
system is 270˚. (Fig. 30)
Fig. 27 Below grade installation.
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Min.
2' (610 mm)
Max. Height 40' (12.2m)
Min. Height 8' (2.4m)
Max. 10' (3m)
FP1389
Support straps
every 36" (914mm)
Fig. 31 Minimum termination to roof clearance.
Vertical Through-The-Roof Installation
Max. 10' (3m)
Max.
Height 40' (12.2m)
Min.
Height 8' (2.4 m)
FP1387
Fig. 29 Support for horizontal runs.
1 + 2 + 3 + 4 = 270o
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
1. Locate your fireplace.
2. Plumb to center of the (4”) flue collar from ceiling
above and mark position.
3. Cut opening equal to 9³⁄₈” x 9³⁄₈” (240 x 240 mm).
4. Proceed to plumb for additional openings through
the roof. In all cases, the opening must provide a
minimum of 1” (25 mm) clearance to the vent pipe,
i.e., the hole must be at least 9³⁄₈” x 9³⁄₈” (240 x
240mm).
5. Place fireplace into position.
6. Place firestop(s) #7DVFS or Attic Insulation Shield
#7DVAIS into position and secure. (Fig. 34)
7. Install roof support (Fig. 32) and roof flashing making
sure upper flange is below the shingles. (Fig. 33)
8. Install appropriate pipe sections until the venting is
above the flashing. (Fig. 33)
9. Install storm collar and seal around the pipe. (Fig.
33)
10. Add additional vent lengths for proper height. (Fig.
31)
The enlarged ends of the vent section always
face downward.
11. Apply high temperature sealant to 4” and 7” collars
of vertical vent termination and install.
FP1389
Fig. 30 Maximum elbow usage.
• The minimum height of the vent above the highest
point of penetration through the foof is 24” (610 mm)
(Fig. 31)
Typical Roof Support Application
Typical Ceiling Support Application
FP1184
Fig. 32 Venting supports.
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Typical roof/ceiling
support apps.
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Attic Insulation
Shield
3 #5 Sheet Metal
Screws per Joint
Storm Collar
Sealant
Upper Floor
11”
(279mm)
11”
(279mm)
TWL101a
Fig. 33 Roof flashing.
If there is a room aboveTWL101a
ceiling level,
Lock Pipe on both
firestop spacer must beTwist
installed
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the bottom and the top side of the ceiling
joists. (Fig. 34) If an attic is above ceiling
level a 7DVAIS (Attic Insulation Shield)
must be installed.
Joist
Firestop Spacer
Nails (4)
FP1029
Fig. 34 Attic insulation shield and firestop spacer installation.
FP1029
attic insulation shield
firestop spacers
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Twist Lock Venting Components
Starter Kit-Model 7TDVSK-Sidewall/Rearwall Venting
Starter Kit-Model 7TDVSKV-Vertical Venting
for 7TDVSKV-A order 1/12 to 6/12 roof pitch
for 7TDVSKV-B order 7/12 to 12/12 roof pitch
for 7TDSKV-F order flat roof
Starter Kit-Model 7TDVSKS-Snorkel Kit
for Below Grade Installation
45˚ Elbow
7TDV45 for Rear Vent to Vertical Vent
or Vertical/Horizontal Offsets
584B
Vent components
Starter Kit
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584C
Vent components
584D
45 degree
elbow
Vent
Components
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djt
90
degree elbow
10/20/99
2/25/99
djttwistlock
584E
Venting
Components
10/20/99
twist lock
Telescope vent
584F
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Venting
Components
10/20/99
twist lock
Pipe sections
2/25/99 djt
10/20/99 twist lock
584G
Venting Components
Firestop spacer
2/25/99 djt
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90˚ Transition Elbow
7TDVRT90 for Rear Vent to Vertical Vent
90° Elbow
7TDV90 Vertical/Horizontal Offset
Telescopic vent sections
7TDVP1218
-12” to 18” adjustible length
7TDVP3564
-35” to 64” adjustible length
Pipe sections for vertical or horizontal venting
Model 7TDVP8”
4 per box
Model 7TDVP12”
4 per box
Model 7TDVP24”
4 per box
Model 7TDVP36”
Model 7TDVP48”
Firestop Spacer
Model 7DVFS
Attic Insulation Shield
Model 7DVAIS
584H
Venting components
attic insulation shield
2/25/99 djt
Vertical/Horizontal Combination Offset Support
Model 7DVCS
584I
vent components
offset support
2/25/99 djt
7TBSG 7”T.L. DVRTSB
Termination Screen Guard Kit
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Operating Instructions
Glass Information
Glass/Frame Removal
Only glass approved by CFM Corporation should be
used on this fireplace.
• The use of any non-approved replacement glass
will void all product warranties.
• Care must be taken to avoid breakage of the glass.
• Under no circumstances should this appliance be
operated without the front glass in place, or with the
glass in a damaged condition.
• Replacement glass (complete with gasket) is
available through your Majestic Fireplaces dealer
and should only be installed by a licensed qualified
service person.
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1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Front Glass Frame
Shut off the gas supply.
Allow the fireplace to cool if it has been in operation.
Remove the top louvre assembly.
Lower the bottom louvre assembly.
Release the two clamps along lower edge of the
frame by pulling down on clamp handles. (Fig. 36)
Tilt the lower edge of frame out slightly and lift
glass/frame assembly up and away from the
fireplace. (Fig. 36)
To reinstall the glass panel reverse this procedure.
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Louvre Removal
Lower Clamps
• The top side and top end louvres are removed by
•
•
simply lifting the louvre assembly and pulling the
assembly away from the fireplace. (Fig. 35)
The lower side louvres are hinged along the lower
edge and are folded down for access to components
in the base cavity of the fireplace.
The lower end louvre assemblies on the DVRTSB
unit are removed in the same manner as the top
louvre assemblies.
Window
Frame
Window
Frame
FP1391
Fig. 36 Remove glass/frame assembly.
1.
2.
2.
Louvre
3.
1.
4.
Glass Panel
Pull Clamp
Push Hook
Clamp
Handle
5.
Side Glass Frame
Remove the top and bottom louvre assemblies.
Remove the lower window trim (held in place
with magnets).
Remove both lower retaining screws. Access to
these screws is gained through the holes along the
lower edge of the frame behind the trim. (Fig. 37)
Tilt lower edge of frame out slightly and lift glass/
frame assembly up and away from the fireplace.
To reinstall the glass panel reverse the process.
FP1390
Fig. 35 Louvre removal.
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Location of Lower
Retaining Screws
FP1392
Fig. 37 Remove end glass.
Glass Cleaning
It is necessary to periodically clean glass. During startup condensation, which is normal, forms on the inside
of the glass. This condensation causes lint, dust and
other airborne particles to cling to glass surface.
Also initial paint curing may deposit a slight film on the
glass. It is therefore recommended glass be cleaned
two or three times with a non-ammonia based household cleaner and warm water (We recommend gas
fireplace glass cleaner) within the first few weeks of
operation.
After the initial cleaning process the glass should be
cleaned two or three times during each operating
season depending on the environment in the house.
Clean the glass after the first two weeks of
operation.
Ceramic Refractory Installation
The rear wall refractory panels are installed in the unit
prior to shipment.
1. Unpack the ceramic refractory panels from their
carton.
Handle the refractory material carefully, the
panels are fragile.
2. Place the front floor refractory panels on the base
of the fireplace. (Fig. 38)
3. Place both side panels in place along the side of
the base. (Fig. 38)
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Fig. 38 DVRTSB ceramic panels.
Installation of Logs
The logs can be identified by the number cast into
their underside.
The logs must be correctly placed in the order
described for the correct operation of the fireplace.
Refer to Figures 30 & 40 for log location and alignment.
1. Unpack the logs from the shipping carton. Handle
the logs carefully as they are fragile.
Handle and dispose of the plastic bags in a
safe manner. They are not toys and should
be kept away from infants.
2. Remove front glass/frame assembly.
3. Place the left rear (B105) and right rear (B106)
logs in place on the grate. The square hole in the
underside of the logs locates over the corner legs
of the grate. The inner ends of the log point to the
center of the burner.
4. Place the left front (B107) and right front (B108) logs
in place. Again the square holes fit over the corner
legs of the grate. The inner ends of these logs have
a recess in the underside which locates over knobs
on the top of the B105 and B106 logs to lock the
inner end in place.
5. Place the center front (B109) log in place. The notch
on the outer end of this log locates around the third
outer prong on the grate and the inner ends with a
round recess rest on lug on top of the left front log
(B107).
6. Place the center rear (B110) log in place. The square
hole in the underside of this log, locates over the
rear center bar of the grate. The inner end of the log
having a rectangular recess rests on the rectangular
knob on the end of the left front log, (B107).
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DVRTSB Bay Window Fireplace
Flame & Temperature Adjustment
B110
RN/RP Models
B107
For units equipped with ‘HI/LO’ valves the flame
adjustment is accomplished by rotating the ‘HI/LO’
adjustments knob located near the center of the gas
control valve. (Figs. 41 & 42)
Turn
counterclockwise
to decrease
flame height
B108
B109
LG298
Fig. 39 DVRTSB logs.
Lava Rock & Ember Material
Your log set contains two types of “Lava Rocks”.
The placement of this material is best done after the
logs have been installed.
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B106
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Turn clockwise
to increase
flame height
Fig. 41 Flame adjustment knob for Honeywell valve.
Turn
counterclockwise
to increase
flame height
HI
B105
L
Turn clockwise
to decrease
flame height
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HV102
Honeywell hi/lo knob
Fig. 42 Flame adjustment knob
SIT valve.
4/5/99fordjt
FP390
FLAME ADJUSTMENT KNOB
11/21/96
Ceramic Ember Rock Location
LG299
Fig. 40 Location of log cradle prongs in relation to assembled logs.
Ceramic Ember Rocks (Pt. # 57897)
Remove these ‘rocks’ from the packaging and spread
them over the burner tiles in a random fashion to fill
up the spaces between the logs. (Fig. 40) Only place
ceramic embers in areas shown in Figure 40.
Lava Rock (Pt.# 10001454)
Remove this material from the packaging and spread
it over the ceramic floor panels outside the log stack.
DO NOT PLACE THIS MATERIAL ON THE BURNER
TILES.
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Flame Characteristics
It is important to periodically perform a visual check of
the pilot and burner flames. Compare to the illustrations
below. (Figs. 43 & 44) If the flame patterns appear
abnormal contact a qualified service provider for service
and adjustment.
3/8" - 1/2"
SIT Pilot
PSE Pilot
FP1394
Fig. 43 Correct pilot flame appearance.
FP1394
pilot flame combo
LG300
Fig. 44 Correct burner flame appearance.
LG300
DVRTSB log flames
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DVRTSB Bay Window Fireplace
Lighting and Operating Instructions
FOR YOUR SAFETY READ BEFORE LIGHTING
WARNING:If you do not follow these instructions exactly, a fire or explosion
may result causing property damage, personal injury or loss of life.
A. This heater has a pilot which must be lit manually. When lighting the pilot follow these instructions exactly.
B. BEFORE LIGHTING smell all around the heater
area for gas. Be sure to smell next to the floor
because some gas is heavier than air and will
settle on the floor.
WHAT TO DO IF YOU SMELL GAS
• Do not try to light any fireplace
• Do not touch any electric switch
• Do not use any phone in your building
• Immediately call your gas supplier from a
neighbor’s phone. Follow the gas supplier’s
instructions.
• If you cannot reach your gas supplier, call
the Fire Department
C. Use only your hand to push in or turn the gas
control knob. Never use tools. If the knob will not
push in or turn by hand, do not try to repair it, call a
qualified service technician. Applying force or any
attempted repair may result in a fire or explosion.
D. Do not use this fireplace if any part has been under
water. Immediately call a qualified service technician to inspect the heater and to replace any part of
the control system and any gas control which has
been under water.
Lighting Instructions
1. STOP! Read the safety information above.
2. Turn off all electrical power to the fireplace.
3. For MN/MP/TN/TP appliances ONLY, go on to
Step 4. For RN/RP appliances turn the On/Off
switch to “OFF” position or set thermostat to
lowest level.
4. Open control access panel.
5. Push in gas control knob slightly and turn
clockwise
to “OFF”.
3/8" - 1/2"
OFF
ON
OFF
T
LO
OFF
3 4 5
Euro SIT
PI
ON
1 2
P
OFF ilot
PILOT
10. Push the control knob all the way in and hold.
Immediately light the pilot by repeatedly depressing the piezo spark ignitor until a flame appears.
Continue to hold the control knob in for about one
(1) minute after the pilot is lit. Release knob and it
will pop back up. Pilot should remain lit. If it goes
out, repeat steps 5 through 8.
SIT NOVA
Honeywell
6. Wait five (5) minutes to clear out any gas. Then
smell for gas, including near the floor. If you
smell gas, STOP!FP1067
Follow “B” in the safety information above. If you
doinstruction
not smell gas, go to the
lighting
knobs
next step.
3/9/01 djt
7. Remove glass door before lighting pilot. (Refer
to Glass Frame Removal section).
8. Visibly locate pilot by the main burner.
9. Turn knob on gas control counterclockwise
to “PILOT”.
•
If knob does not pop up when released, stop
and immediately call your service technician or
gas supplier.
FP1068
•
If after several tries,Lighting
the pilotinstructions
will not stay lit,
turn the gas control knobPilots
to “OFF” and call your
service technician or gas supplier.
11. Replace glass door.
12. Turn gas control knob to “ON” position.
13. For RN/RP appliances turn the On/Off switch to
“ON” position or set thermostat to desired setting.
14. Turn on all electrical power to the fireplace.
To Turn Off Gas To Heater
1. Turn the On/Off switch to Off position or set the
thermostat to lowest setting.
2. Turn off all electric power to the fireplace if
service is to be performed.
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3. Open control access panel.
4. Push in gas control knob slightly and turn clockwise
to “OFF”. Do not force.
5. Close control access panel.
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DVRTSB Bay Window Fireplace
Troubleshooting the Gas Control System
SIT NOVA 820 Millivolt Valve
NOTE: Before trouble shooting the gas control system, be sure external gas shut off is in the “On” position.
WARNING: Before doing any gas control service work, remove glass front.
Symptom
1. Spark ignitor will not light
Possible Causes
A. Defective or misaligned
electrode at pilot.
B. Defective ignitor (Push Button)
2. Pilot will not stay lit after
carefully following lighting
instructions.
A. Defective pilot generator
(thermocouple), remote wall
switch.
B. Defective automatic valve
3. Pilot burning, no gas to
main burner
A. Wall switch or wires defective
B. Thermopile may not be
generating sufficient
millivoltage.
C. Plugged burner orifice.
D. Defective automatic valve
operator.
4. Frequent pilot outage
problem.
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A. Pilot flame may be too low
or blowing (high) causing the
pilot safety to drop out.
B. Possible blockage of the vent
terminal.
Corrective Action
Using a match, light pilot. If pilot lights, turn off
pilot and push the red button again. If pilot will not
light - check gap at electrode and pilot-should be
1/8” to have a strong spark.
Push Piezo Ignitor Button. Check for spark at
electrode and pilot. If no spark to pilot, and elec
trode wire is properly connected, replace ignitor.
Check pilot flame. Must impinge on thermo
couple/thermopile. Note: this pilot burner assem
bly utilizes both-a thermocouple and a thermopile.
The thermocouple operates the main valve
operation (On and Off). Clean and or adjust pilot for
maximum flame impingement on thermopile and
thermocouple.
Turn valve knob to “Pilot”. Maintain flow to pilot;
milivolt meter should read greater than 10 mV. If
the reading is okay and the pilot does not stay on,
replace the gas valve. Note: An interrupter block
(not supplied) must be used to conduct this test.
Check wall switch and wires for proper connec
tions. Jumper wire accross terminals at wall
switch, if burner comes on, replace defective wall
switch. If okay, jumper wires across wall switch
wires at valve, if burner comes on, wires are faulty
or connections are bad.
1. Be sure wire connections from thermopile at
gas valve terminals are tight and thermopile is fully
inserted into pilot bracket.
2. One of the wall switch wires may be grounded.
Remove wall switch wires from valveterminals if
pilot now stays lit, trace wall switch wiring for
ground. May be grounded to fireplace or gas
supply.
3. Check thermopile with millivolt meter. Take
reading at thermopile terminals of gas valve.
Should read 250-300 millivolts (minimum 150)
while holding valve knob depressed in pilot
position and wall switch “Off”. Replace faulty
thermopile if reading is below specified minimum
Check burner orifices for debris and remove.
Turn valve knob to “On”, place wall switch to “On”
millivolt meter should read greater than 100 mV. If
the reading is okay and the burner does not come on,
replace the gas valve.
Clean and/or adjust pilot flame for maximum flame
impingement on thermopile and thermocouple.
Check the vent terminal for blockage (recycling the
flue gases)
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DVRTSB Bay Window Fireplace
Troubleshooting the Gas Control System
Honeywell Millivolt Valve
WARNING: Before doing any gas control service work, remove glass front.
START
Gas Supply On
CHECK
NO
• Supply Line Hooked Up
• Shutoff Valve Open
YES
• Lockout Has Engaged. Wait 60
Seconds And Try Again.
Pilot Lights With Piezo
Ignitor
• For Spark At Electrode While
NO
•
•
YES
Pilot Stays Lit
Depressing Piezo
1/8" Gap To Pilot Hood Needed.
All Wiring Connections
Replace Piezo Ignitor
• For Air In The Lines
• Thermopile Needs A Min.
NO
•
•
•
325mv. Adjust Pilot Flame
Height.
All Wiring Connections
Replace Thermopile
Thermocouple Needs A Min. Of
14mv
YES
• Valve Is Turned On
• Wall Switch Is Not Turned On.
Pilot Lights Main Burner
YES
NO
Watch For Grounded Wires!
• Thermopile Needs A Min. 325mv.
• Plugged Burner Orifice
• Defective Valve. Turn To Pilot,
Meter Should Read Greater Than
100mv. If Not, Replace.
System OK
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E
B
C
IL
FP
OF
D
OF
IL
OT
O
F
FC107
FC108
Fig. 45 NOVA SIT820 gas valve.
FC107
FC108
SIT820
9. Reassemble
SIT
valve conversion
fireplace in10/03
Regulator Cap
regulator
Conversion
the reverse
Screw
conversion
order, except
10/03
for front
glass. Leave
Pressure
this off until
Regulator
Housing
after unit
has been
checked for
leaks and
the gas supply has been
bled.
HV102
10. After bleedFig. 46 Honeywell gas valve.
ing gas line
and checking for leaks with a soap solution, replace the front
glass. Fire up the unit,HV120
check for flame impingment
on logs, adjusting themHoneywell
if necessary.
valveCheck manifold
and supply pressures. conversion
Make sure screws are tightened after checking pressure.
9/24/02 djt
The procedure for converting from one gas
to another is the same regardless of the
initial gas used. The only variation is in the
orifice sizes and component part numbers.
Your authorized service provider will ensure correct parts are used.
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L
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A
FP
1. Disconnect power to unit and shut off the gas supply.
2. Remove the glass (Refer to “Glass Removal” Section.)
3. Carefully remove the logs & lava rock material.
4. Remove the screws that are holding the burner
housing in place.
5. Remove the burner housing. On this model you may
need to loosen the pilot bracket retaining screw/nut
and tilt pilot and bracket assembly to gain sufficient
clearance to remove the burner housing.
6. Remove front and rear orifice and replace with orifice supplied in the conversion kit.
7. SIT top Convertible Pilot
Gently lift off pilot hood from the pilot. (Do not
remove the spring clip holding the hood in place).
Using a size 5/32” Allen key unscrew the exposed
orifice. Insert the new orifice supplied in the kit, do
not over tighten the orifice. Replace the pilot hood
ensuring the index tab aligns with the notch on the
hood.
PSE Pilot
Using a suitable wrench on hexagonal body unscrew
the pilot hood assembly from the pilot, do not twist
the hood itself. Remove the orifice and replace it
with the new orifice supplied in the kit. Refit the pilot
hood assembly. Do not over-tighten the pilot hood.
The hood must return to its original alignment. Take
care not to damage the thermocouple, thermopile or
igniter.
8. SIT 820 NOVA Gas Control Valve (Fig. 11)
a) Using a Torx T20 or slotted screwdriver, remove
and save three pressure regulator mounting screws
(A), pressure regulator tower (B) and diaphram (C).
b) Ensure the rubber gasket (D) is properly positioned and install the new HI/LO pressure regulator
to valve using the new screws (E) supplied with the
kit. Tighten screws securely. (Reference torque - 25
in.LB)
c) Install the enclosed identification label (F) to the
valve body where it can be easily seen.
Honeywell Gas Control Valve (Fig. 12)
The Honeywell valve fitted to this unit is suitable for
use with LP or Natural Gas. It is converted to required gas application by the installation of a color
coded “conversion screw”.
a. Using a suitable small screw-driver lift out the
central regulator cap from the “HI/LO” knob on the
valve.
O
The conversion of this appliance from one
gas to another must be carried out by a
qualified service technician.
b. Unscrew the exposed conversion screw.
c. Insert the new color coded conversion screw. Do
not over-tighten the screw, it must be fingertight.
d. Refit the regulator cap.
e. Mount conversion label supplied with conversion
screw to valve in a visible position.
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Fuel Conversion Instructions
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DVRTSB Bay Window Fireplace
Maintenance
Burner and Burner Compartment
It is important to keep the burner and the burner
compartment clean. At least once per year the logs and
lava rock/ember material should be removed and the
burner compartment vacuumed and wiped out. Remove
and replace the logs as per the instructions in this
manual.
Always handle the logs with care as they
are fragile and may also be hot if the
fireplace has been in use.
FK24/FK12 Fan Assembly
The fan unit requires periodic cleaning. At least once
per month in the operating season, open the lower
louvre panels and wipe or vacuum the area around the
fan to remove any build up of dust or lint.
Brass Trim
Clean the brass trim pieces using a soft cloth lightly
dampened with lemon oil. Do not use water or
household cleaners on any brass components.
To obtain proper operation, it is imperative that the pilot
and burner’s flame characteristics are steady, not lifting
or floating.
Typically, the top 3/8” or 1/2” of the thermopile should
be engulfed in the pilot flame. (Fig. 47)
To adjust pilot burner; (by qualified service technician)
1. Remove pilot adjustment cap.
2. Adjust pilot screw to provide properly sized flame.
3. Replace pilot adjustment cap.
The primary air shutter is set at factory and should only
be adjusted, if necessary, by a qualified service technician.
3/8" - 1/2"
Contact your local representative to arrange an annual
service program.
Cleaning the Standing
Pilot Control System
The burner and control system consists of
• burner tube
• gas orifice
• pilot assembly
• thermopile
• millivolt gas valve
Most of these components may require only an occasional checkup and cleaning and some may require
adjustment. If repair is necessary, it should be performed by a qualified technician.
SIT Pilot
PSE Pilot
FP1394
Fig. 47 Correct pilot flame appearance.
FP1394
pilot flame combo
Logs May Be HOT!!
1. Turn off pilot light at gas valve side.
2. Let fireplace cool if it has been running.
3. Remove window frame assembly. (Refer to Window
Frame Assembly Removal section)
4. Remove logs.
5. Vacuum burner compartment especially around
orifice primary air openings.
6. Visually inspect pilot. Brush or blow away any dust
or lint accumulation.
7. Reinstall logs.
8. Ignite pilot - Refer to Lighting Instructions.
9. Reinstall window frame assembly.
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21
1
f
9a,b
b
19
a
21
d
12
20
5
4
c
e
10a,b
11
27
T
23
25a,b
24
22
PILOT
ADJ
ON
PI
LO
OH
L
I
OFF
28
33
26a,b
40
46
48
38
36
47
63
62
41
51
63
49
52
39
42
50
37
CFM Corporation reserves the right to make changes in design, materials, specifications, prices and discontinue colors and products at any time,
without notice.
DVRTSB Units: B02A01, B02B01
Ref.
1.
1a.
1b.
1c.
1d.
Description
Log Set (Complete)
Log - Rear Left
Log - Rear Right
Log - Front Left
Log - Front Right
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DVRTSB
parts
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DVRTSB
10003855
B105
B106
B107
B108
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DVRTSB Bay Window Fireplace
DVRTSB (continued)
Ref.
1e.
1f.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7a.
7b.
8a.
8b.
9a.
9b.
10a.
10b.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15a.
15b.
16a.
16b.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
23.
24.
25a.
25b.
26a.
26b.
27.
28.
29.
30.
31.
32.
33.
34.
35.
36.
37.
38.
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Description
DVRTSB
Log - Front Center
B109
Log - Rear Center
B110
Lava Rock Package (not shown)
10001454
Ceramic Lava Rock Package (not shown)
57897
Grate Assembly, Black
10003850
Burner Housing Assembly w/Tiles
10003871
Ceramic Tile (not shown)
10002165
Orifice, Rear Burner - Nat. (not shown)
Refer to the rating plate for specific orifice information
Orifice, Rear Burner - Prop. (not shown)
Refer to the rating plate for specific orifice information
Orifice, Front Burner - Nat. (not shown)
Refer to the rating plate for specific orifice information
Orifice, Front Burner - Prop. (not shown)
Refer to the rating plate for specific orifice information
Pilot Assembly PSE - Nat.
10001741
Pilot Assembly PSE - Prop.
10001742
Pilot Assembly SIT Top Convertible - Nat.
10002264
Pilot Assembly SIT Top convertible - Prop.
10002265
Pilot SIT Top Convertible
10002266
Pilot Hood, SIT Top Convertible
10002385
Pilot Tube w/Fitting, PSE (not shown)
10003279
Pilot Tube w/Fitting, SIT (not shown)
10001296
Orifice, Pilot PSE - Nat. (not shown)
10001822
Orifice, Pilot PSE - Prop. (not shown)
10001823
Orifice, Pilot Top Convertible - Nat. (not shown)
10002268
Orifice, PIlot Top Convertible - Prop. (not shown)
10002269
Manifold Tube and Fittings (not shown)
10002492
Flexible Gas Line (18”) w/Fittings (not shown)
20002500
Thermocouple, PSE
10001828
Thermocouple, SIT Top Convertible
53373
Thermopile
51827
Ignitor Electrode (with Cable), SIT
10001297
Ignitor (Piezo), SIT 820 Valve
52464
Ignitor (Piezo), Honeywell Valve
20000062
Valve, SIT 820 - Nat.
52677
Valve, SIT 820 - Prop.
52678
Valve, Honeywell - Nat.
10001782
Valve, Honeywell - Prop.
10001759
Fan & Bracket FK12 (Optional)
ZA1110
Fan & Bracket FK24 (Optional)
54103
Temperature Sensor (Optional) (not shown)
51704
Fan Speed Control (Optional) (not shown)
51738
Fan Speed Control Knob (Optional) (not shown)
51882
Electrical Cord (not shown)
51865
Remote ON/OFF Switch (RN/RP Models)
51842
Wiring Harness (Remote Switch) (not shown)
55923
Remote ON/OFF Switch Kit (Includes Bracket) (not shown)
53875
Louvre Assembly, Side Top
10003867
Louvre Assembly, Side Bottom
10003868
Louvre Assembly, Front Top
10000037
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DVRTSB (continued)
Ref.
39.
40.
41.
42.
43.
44.
45.
46.
47.
48.
49.
50.
51.
52.
53.
54.
55.
56.
57.
58.
59.
60.
61.
62.
63.
Description
Louvre Assembly, Front Bottom
Hinge, Lower Louvre Assembly
Window Frame Assembly Side
Window Frame Assembly Front
Window Glass (Complete with Gasket), Side (not shown)
Window Glass (Complete with Gasket), Front (not shown)
Gasket Glass (not shown)
Window Frame Clamp
Refractory Lining (Rear Wall Left)
Refractory Lining (Rear Wall Right)
Refractory Lining (Floor Left)
Refractory Lining (Floor Right)
Refractory Lining (Floor Front)
CR Floor Kit w/o Rear
Air Inlet Cover Plate Assembly (not shown)
Air Inlet Plate Gasket (not shown)
Flue Pipe Plate Assembly (not shown)
Flue Pipe Plate Gasket (not shown)
Flue Cover Plate (not shown)
Flue Cover Plate Gasket (not shown)
Relief Plate (w/Gasket) (not shown)
Deflector, Cabinet Top Front (not shown)
Deflector, Cabinet Top Side (not shown)
Trim Window Top/Bottom
Trim Window Side
10003848
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10003880
52356
10003859
10003843
10003860
55686
57317
54174
10003887
10003888
10003890
10003891
10003892
10003889
10002766
10002449
10002509
10002237
10002298
10002233
10002543
10002260
10003869
54129-PB
10003234
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DVRTSB Bay Window Fireplace
Optional Accessories
Fan Kits
FK24 Fan
Electrical Inlets
Holes
FK24 Fan Assembly
This auxiliary fan system increases the efficiency of the
circulation of the heating air.
Electrical Box
(EB-1)
The FK24 fan kit allows variable speed control of the
circulation fan and also incorporates a heat sensor in
the circuit.
Specifications
115 Volt / 60Hz / 56 Watts
Maintenance
Heat Sensor
The fan itself does not require regular maintenance,
however periodic cleaning of the fan and the
surrounding area is required.
Check the area under the control door (lower louvre
assembly) and in front of the fan and wipe or vacuum
this area at least once a month during the operating
season.
Installation
The fan assembly and other components are supplied
fully wired eliminating the need for a licensed electrician
to carry out the installation.
If hard wiring the fan in using Method B (following) we
strongly recommend the use of a licensed electrician.
1. Open the lower louvre assembly. Maneuver the fan
& bracket assembly around the gas valve and lines
to locate the unit onto the screw studs on the back
of the fireplace.
2. Install the thermal sensor under the bottom of the of
the firebox, locating it over the two 10mm studs and
secure it with nuts.
3. Locate the fan speed control unit. This can be fitted
behind the lower louvre assembly as in Figure 48
or located remotely in a conveniently located wall
mounted electrical box. Remote location of the
speed control will require suitable extension of the
component wiring.
4. The power supply may be connected in two ways:
Method A
Route the 6’ lead fitted to the unit to a conveniently
located wall socket.
Method B
The EB-I receptacle box (Pt. # ZA1200) may be hard
wired into the house supply. The fan lead is then
plugged into the EB-I box.
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Fan Speed Control
Box
FP1395
Fig. 48 FK24 fan location.
FK12
FP1395
This auxiliary fan system increases
the efficiency of the
circulation of the heating air. EB1
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The FK12 Fan Assembly is a fixed
7/03 speed fan system
and does not allow for variable speed control. It does
not use the speed control unit or the heat sensor used
in the FK24 Kit.
Specifications
115 Volts / 60 Hz / 56 Watts.
Maintenance
The fan itself does not require regular maintenance,
however periodic cleaning of the fan and the
surrounding area is required.
Check the area under the control door (lower louvre
assembly) and in front of the fan and wipe or vacuum
this area at least once a month during the operating
season.
Installation
The fan assembly is supplied fully wired eliminating
the need for a licensed electrician to carry out the
installation.
1. Open the lower Louvre assembly. Maneuver the
fan & bracket assembly around the gas valve and
lines
to locate the unit against the back wall
of the appliance, resting on the base.
2. With the protective cover removed from the selfadhesive ‘Velcro’ strips apply mild pressure to the
fan & bracket unit to secure the strips to the metal
panels. No further securing is required.
3. Power to the fan can be supplied by plugging the
supplied lead into a conveniently located wall socket
or by using a hard-wired EB-I connector box.
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The fireplace, when installed, must be
electrically connected and grounded in
accordance with local codes or, in the
absence of local codes, with the current
CSA C22.1 Canadian Electric Code.
For USA installations follow the local
codes and the national electrical code
ANSI/NFPA No. 70.
Remote Controls
Optional remote control units are available to control
different functions of the appliance.
Model
Function/s Controlled
RC1
RC2
IMTFK
ON/OFF
ON/OFF and Temperature
Wall mounted thermostat control.
Should this fan require servicing or repair
the power supply must be disconnected.
For rewiring of any replacement parts refer
to Figure 49.
Any electrical re-wiring of this fan must be
done by a licensed electrician.
Temperature
Sensor
Fan
Speed Control
Black
White
Ground
FP1025
Fig. 49 FK24 fan wiring.
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WIRING DIAGRAM
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LIMITED LIFETIME WARRANTY
PRODUCT COVERED BY THIS WARRANTY
All Vermont Castings gas stoves, gas inserts, and gas fireplaces, and all Majestic brand gas fireplaces equipped with
an Insta-Flame Ceramic Burner, or standard steel tube burner.
BASIC WARRANTY
The CFM Corporation Company (hereinafter referred to collectively as
the Company) warrants that your new Vermont Castings or Majestic
Gas Fireplace/Stove is free from manufacturing and material defects
for a period of one year from the date of purchase, subject to the
following conditions and limitations.
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EXTENDED LIFETIME WARRANTY
The heat exchanger, where applicable, and combustion chamber
of every Vermont Castings or Majestic gas product is warranted for
life against through wall perforation. All appliances equipped with an
Insta-Flame Ceramic Burner have limited lifetime coverage on the
ceramic burner plaque. Warrantees are made to the original owner
subject to proof of purchase and the conditions and limitations listed
on this Warranty Document
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COMPONENT WARRANTY
CAST IRON: All external and internal cast iron parts are warranted for a
period of three years.
Note: On porcelain enamel finished external parts and accessories The
Company offers no Warranty on chipping of enamel surfaces. Inspect
all product prior to accepting it for any damage to the enamel.
The salt air environment of coastal areas or a high humidity environment
can be corrosive to the porcelain enamel finish. These conditions can
cause rusting of the cast iron beneath the porcelain enamel finish,
which will cause the finish to flake off.
Dye lot variations with replacement parts and/or accessories can occur
and are not covered by warranty.
GLASS DOORS: Glass doors are covered for a period of one year.
Glass doors are not warranted for breakage due to misuse or accident.
Glass doors are not covered for discoloration or burned in stains due to
environmental issues, or improper cleaning and maintenance.
BRASS PLATED PARTS AND ACCESSORIES: Brass parts should be
cleaned with Lemon oil only. Brass cleaners cannot be used. Mortar
mix and masonry cleaners may corrode the brass finish. The Company
will not be responsible for, nor will it warrant any brass parts which are
damaged by external chemicals or down draft conditions.
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GAS VALVES: Gas valves are covered for a period of one year
ELECTRONIC AND MECHANICAL COMPONENTS: Electronic and
mechanical components of the burner assembly are covered for one year.
All steel tube burners are warranted for one year.
ACCESSORIES: Unless otherwise noted all components and CFM
Corporation company supplied accessories are covered for a period of
one year.
CONDITIONS AND LIMITATIONS
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This new Vermont Castings or Majestic product must be installed by
a competent, authorized, service contractor. A licensed technician, as
prescribed by the local jurisdiction must perform any installation/service
work. It must be installed and operated at all times in accordance with
the Installation and Operating instructions furnished with the product.
Any alteration, willful abuse, accident, or misuse of the product shall
nullify this warranty.
This warranty is non-transferable, and is made to the original owner,
provided that the purchase was made through an authorized supplier
of the Company.
The customer must pay for any Authorized Dealer in-home travel fees
or service charges for in-home repair work. It is the dealers option
whether the repair work will be done in the customer’s home or in the
dealer’s shop.
If upon inspection, the damage is found to be the fault of the manufacturer,
repairs will be authorized at no charge to the customer parts and/or
labor.
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Any part and/or component replaced under the provisions of this
warranty is covered for six months or the remainder of the original
warranty, whichever is longest.
This warranty is limited to the repair of or replacement of part(s) found
to be defective in material or workmanship, provided that such part(s)
have been subjected to normal conditions of use and service, after
said defect is confirmed by the Company’s inspection.
The company may, at its discretion, fully discharge all obligations
with respect to this warranty by refunding the wholesale price of the
defective part(s)
Any installation, labor, construction, transportation, or other related
costs/expenses arising from defective part(s), repair, replacement,
or otherwise of same, will not be covered by this warranty, nor shall
the Company assume responsibility for same. Further, the Company
will not be responsible for any incidental, indirect, or consequential
damages except as provided by law.
SOME STATES DO NOT ALLOW FOR THE EXCLUSION OR
LIMITATIONS OF INCIDENTAL AND CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES
OR LIMITATIONS ON HOW LONG AN IMPLIED WARRANTY
LASTS, SO THE ABOVE LIMITATIONS MAY NOT APPLY TO YOUR
CIRCUMSTANCES. THIS WARRANTY GIVES YOU SPECIFIC
RIGHTS AND YOU MAY HAVE OTHER RIGHTS WHICH VARY FROM
STATE TO STATE.
All other warranties-expressed or implied- with respect to the product,
its components and accessories, or any obligations/liabilities on the
part of the Company are hereby expressly excluded.
The Company neither assumes, nor authorizes any third party to
assume on its behalf, any other liabilities with respect to the sale of
this Vermont Castings, Majestic product
The warranties as outlined within this document do not apply to chimney
components or other non Vermont Castings, Majestic accessories used
in conjunction with the installation of this product..
Damage to the unit while in transit is not covered by this warranty but
is subject to claim against the common carrier. Contact the dealer
from whom you purchased your fireplace/stove (do not operate the
appliance as this might negate the ability to process the claim with the
carrier).
The Company will not be responsible for:
a) Down drafts or spillage caused by environmental conditions such
as near-by trees, buildings, roof tops, hills, or mountains.
b) Inadequate ventilation or negative air pressure caused by
mechanical systems such as furnaces, fans, clothes dryers, etc.
This warranty is void if:
a) The fireplace has been operated in atmospheres contaminated by
chlorine, fluorine, or other damaging chemicals.
b) The fireplace has been subjected to prolonged periods of dampness
or condensation
c) Any damages to the fireplace, combustion chamber, heat exchanger
or other components due to water, or weather damage, which is the
result of but not limited to, improper chimney/venting installation.
d) Any alteration, willful abuse, accident, or misuse of the product
has occurred.
IF WARRANTY SERVICE IS NEEDED…
1) Contact your supplier. Make sure you have your warranty, your
sales receipt, and the model/serial number of your Vermont
Castings, Majestic product.
2) DO NOT ATTEMPT TO DO ANY SERVICE WORK
YOURSELF.
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Efficiency Ratings
Model
DVRTSB RN
DVRTSB RP
DVRTSB RFN
DVRTSB RFP
DVRTSB EN
DVRTSB EP
EnerGuide Ratings
Fireplace Efficiency (%)
58.4
58.4
58.4
58.4
60.4
60.4
Steady State (%)
Fan-OFF
Fan-ON
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82
82
83
81
82
82
83
81
82
82
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CFM Corporation
2695 Meadowvale Blvd. • Mississauga, Ontario, Canada L5N 8A3
800-668-5323 • www.cfmcorp.com
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