Black & Decker FP1560 Operating instructions

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.
Chateau™
Direct Vent Gas
Fireplace
Model: DVT38IN, DVT44IN
FOR YOUR SAFETY
Installation and service must
be performed by a qualified
installer, service agency or
the gas supplier.
WHAT TO DO IF YOU SMELL GAS:
• Do not try to light any appliance.
• Do not touch any electric switch;
• Do 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
LIQUIDS IN THE VICINITY OF
THIS OR ANY OTHER
APPLIANCE.
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Table of Contents
Please read the installation & operating instructions before using this appliance.
Thank you and congratulations on your purchase of a CFM Corporation fireplace.
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 &
General Information, Warnings, Cautions .................................................... 3
Operating Instructions Commonwealth of Massachusetts Requirements ....................................... 4
Fireplace Dimensions .................................................................................. 5
Locating Your Fireplace ............................................................................... 6
Clearance to Combustibles .......................................................................... 6
Mantels ........................................................................................................ 6
Hearth .......................................................................................................... 7
Framing & Finishing ..................................................................................... 7
Final Finishing .............................................................................................. 7
Gas Specifications ....................................................................................... 8
Gas Inlet and Manifold Pressures ................................................................ 8
High Elevations ............................................................................................ 8
Gas Line Installation .................................................................................... 8
Electrical Junction Box ................................................................................. 9
Control System ............................................................................................ 9
Control System Installation .......................................................................... 9
Remote Control Transmitter Operating Instructions .................................. 11
General Venting
General Venting ......................................................................................... 15
Information
General Venting Information - Termination Location .................................. 16
Quick Reference for Fresh Air Restrictor Plate / Flue Baffle ...................... 17
General Information Assembling Vent Pipes ............................................. 18
SK8 Venting Pipes ..................................................................................... 18
Horizontal Termination ............................................................................... 18
Vertical Termination.................................................................................... 18
Sidewall Applications ................................................................................. 19
Use of the Restrictor Plates in Horizontal Venting Applications ................. 19
Sidewall Installation ................................................................................... 20
Vertical Through-the-Roof Applications...................................................... 22
Use of Restrictor Plates for Vertical Venting Applications .......................... 22
Vertical Through-the-Roof Installation........................................................ 23
Chimney Components ............................................................................... 25
Operating Instructions Glass Information ....................................................................................... 26
Glass Frame Assembly Removal ............................................................... 26
Glass Cleaning........................................................................................... 26
Restrictor Plate Installation ........................................................................ 26
Ceramic Refractory Installation .................................................................. 27
Log, Lava Rock and Ember Placement ..................................................... 28
Flame Characteristics ................................................................................ 33
Trim Installation .......................................................................................... 34
Lighting and Operating Instructions (Automatic Control System) .............. 35
Troubleshooting ......................................................................................... 36
Fuel Conversion ......................................................................................... 39
Maintenance
Cleaning the Control System ..................................................................... 42
Replacement Parts
................................................................................................................... 43
Accessories
................................................................................................................... 46
Warranty
................................................................................................................... 47
Energuide
................................................................................................................... 48
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Installation & Operating Instructions
This gas fireplace must be installed by a qualified installer,
preferably NFI or WETT (Canada) certified, in accordance
with local building codes and with current CSA-B149.1
Installation codes for Gas Burning Appliances and Equipment.
For USA 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:
1 . This fireplace gives off high temperatures and should be
located out of high traffic areas and away from furniture
and draperies.
2. Children and adults should be alerted to the hazards of the
high surface temperatures of this fireplace and should stay
away to avoid burns or ignition of clothing.
3. CAUTION: Due to high glass surface temperature children should be carefully supervised when in the same
room as fireplace.
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4.
Under no circumstances should this fireplace be modified.
Parts removed for servicing should be replaced prior to
operating this fireplace again.
5. A professional service person should be contacted to
inspect the fireplace 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 that 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
on or around the fireplace.
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 the fireplace is installed directly on carpeting,
vinyl tile or any combustible material other than wood,
this fireplace 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.
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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 control valve be left in the “OFF” position.
15. For operation during power outages, the installation
of the optional battery back-up kit Model DVTBBK is
recommended at initial installation.
This appliance has been designed, certified and approved to be installed indoors only.
DVT38IN / DVT44IN
Certified To
ANSI Z21.50b-2002/CSA 2.22b-2002
Vented Gas Fireplace
WARNING: Check with your electronics manufacturer
before installing a television or other electronic device above this fireplace.
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 DVT38/44 has been approved for mobile home
installations.
IMPORTANT:
PLEASE REVIEW THE FOLLOWING CAREFULLY
Remove any plastic from 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 your 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 ventilatedopen all windows.
It is recommended that you burn your fireplace for at
least ten (10) hours the first time you use it.
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
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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:
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
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 horizontally 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.
•
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
•
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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
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”.
“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.
•
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 - DVT38IN
Rough
Opening
Depth
54" (1372 mm)
3" (76 mm)
11���"
(298mm)
17" (432mm)
8���" Dia.
(213 mm)
11" Dia.
(279 mm)
(7
76 6 m
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" ( m)
19
40
m
m
)
(9
68
m
m
)
28���"
(724 mm)
Rough Opening Width �����"
(1114 mm)
Rough
Opening
Height
3"
38
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"
54" (1372 mm)
25���"
(648 mm)
1���"
49���" (41 mm)
(1257 mm)
3/4" (19 mm)
No combustible
material in this area
33���"
(848 mm)
29���"
(746 mm)
12����”
(319 mm)
�����" (876 mm)
17����”
(440 mm)
1/2" (13 mm)
37���" (962 mm)
2���"
(60 mm)
7�����”
(195 mm)
7����”
(186 mm)
No drywall in this area, MUST use noncombustible
wallboard such as Dura Rock.
Fig. 1 Fireplace specifications and framing dimensions for DVT38.
Fireplace Dimensions - DVT44IN
81 m
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"( )
20 3
67 /4"
m (19
m
) mm
)
m
m
)
3"
(7
6
41
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"(
10
45
57���" (1464 mm)
57���" (1464 mm)
3" (76 mm)
Rough
Opening
Depth
11���" 11956 23���" (587 mm)
DVT38 specs
(298 mm)
3/01
25���"
(648 mm)
28���"
(724 mm)
Rough Opening Width �����"
(1267 mm)
Rough
Opening
Height
1���"
54���" (41 mm)
(1394 mm)
8���" Dia.
(213 mm)
11" Dia.
(279 mm)
3/4" (19 mm)
No combustible
material in this area
38���"
(978 mm)
34���"
(875 mm)
12����”
(319 mm)
40���" (1029 mm)
17���”
(441 mm)
1/2" (13 mm)
43���" (1114 mm)
2���"
(60 mm)
7�����”
(195 mm)
7����”
(186 mm)
No drywall in this area, MUST use noncombustible
wallboard such as Dura Rock.
Fig. 2 Fireplace specifications and framing dimensions for the DVT44.
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Locating Your Fireplace
Combustible
Framing and Finish Wall Above
Standoffs
May use combustible facing material in this area
V
Y
E
W
A
B
C
X
Standoff
Y
X
Z
Y
D
A
B
F
LU584-1
Locating unit
A) Flat on wall
B) Cross corner
C) **Island
2/4/99 djt
D) *Room divider E) *Flat on wall corner F) Chase installation
Y) 6” minimum
NOTE (Fig. 3):
** Island (C) and Room Divider (D) installation is possible as long as
the horizontal portion of the vent system (X) does not exceed 20’ (6
m). See details in Venting Section.
* When you install your gas fireplace in (D) Room divider or (E) Flat
on wall corner positions (Y), a minimum of 6” (152 mm) clearance
must be maintained from the perpendicular wall and the front side
edge of the fireplace.
Clearance to Combustibles
Appliance
Top Standoffs ..................................................... 0” (0 mm)
Bottom* .............................................................. 0” (0 mm)
Side Standoffs.................................................... 0” (0 mm)
Back Standoffs ................................................... 0” (0 mm)
Front............................................................. 36” (914 mm)
Top of Unit to Ceiling .................................... 36” (914 mm)
Venting
Horizontal Termination through-a-side wall:
Vertical Sections:
Sides ...................................................... 2¹⁄₂” (64 mm)
Horizontal Sections:
Top ......................................................... 3¹⁄₂” (89 mm)
Bottom ................................................... 1¹⁄₂” (38 mm)
Sides ...................................................... 2¹⁄₂” (64 mm)
Vertical Vent Application:
Sides ..................................................... 1¹⁄₂” (38 mm)
* To prevent the potential for odors, do not use epoxy-filled
particle board directly under this fireplace.
CFM146c
D
E
Top of Sheet
Metal
Fireplace Front
Mantel Chart
Mantel Shelf
Mantel from Top
CFM146c
or Breast Plate Ref. of Comb. Chamber
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Depth
Ref.
V
W
X
Y
Z
mantal chart
10” (254 mm)
9” (229 mm)
8” (203 mm)
7” (178 mm)
6” (152 mm)
A
B
C
D
E
10” (254 mm)
9” (229 mm)
8” (203 mm)
7” (178 mm)
6” (152 mm)
Fig. 4a Combustible mantel minimum installation.
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Mantel
Leg
CFM164b
CFM164b
Side of
Mantel Leg Char
DVT44
4/9/03 djt
I
H
G
F
K
L
M
N
O
Fireplace
Noncombustible
Finish Material
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
Figs. 4a and 4b, the following Mantel Charts.
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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C
Noncombustible Finish Material
(Such as Dura Rock)
LU584-1
Fig. 3 Locate gas fireplace.
B
CFM170a
Ref.
Mantel
Leg Depth
Mantel Leg from Side
Ref. of Comb. Opening
F
12” (305CFM170
mm)
12” (305 mm)
DV
Builder Front K
G
9” (229View
mm)
L
9” (229 mm)
H
6” (152 mm)
M
6” (152 mm)
I
4” (102 mm)
N
4” (102 mm)
J
3” (76 mm)
O
3” (76 mm)
Fig. 4b Combustible mantel leg minimum installation.
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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. The hearth cannot exceed 1¹⁄₂”
(38mm) in height from bottom of fireplace for ease of
door accessibility. (Fig. 5)
Cold climate installation recommendation:
When installing this unit against a noninsulated exterior wall or chase, it is
mandatory the outer walls be insulated to
conform to applicable insulation codes.
If a vapor barrier is used it can not come into
contact with fireplace.
Framing and Finishing
3"
(76mm)
1. Choose the unit location.
2. The unit is shipped with four (4) nailing flanges
mounted to the sides near the front corners. (Fig. 5)
3. Frame the fireplace with a header across the top of
the standoff. (Fig. 6) It is very important to allow for
the finished wall face along with marble, tiles or any
other noncombustible face finish material desired
when setting the depth of the framing.
Valve Box
Assembly
Bend
Line
3"
(76 mm) Min.
1���"
(38 mm)
Max. Hearth Height
Fig. 5 Nailing flanges.
3"
(76 mm) Min.
FP1560
Fig. 6 Fireplace framing.
6. The U-channel located FP1560
on the top of the unit as well
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as the nailing flanges on
the sides that were menframing to accommodate nontioned in Step 1, are designed
3/05 djt
combustible board (recommended Dura-Rock). They
are positioned 1” (25mm) back from the face of the
unit. NOTE: The U-channel depth can be adjusted
by loosening the hex nut inside the channel.
If marble, tile or any other noncombustible decorative face finish material is desired, a 3” (76 mm) wide
noncombustible board (recommended Dura-Rock)
is to be nailed to the nailing flanges on both sides
of the unit. Also, 12” (305 mm) of noncombustible
board is to be nailed to the front face of the U-channel and the top framing member above the standoff.
Combustible material can then be brought to the
outside edges of the noncombustible board installed
earlier. Any noncombustible decorative face finish
could be brought to the sides and top of the unit and
can cover the framing and sheet rock. If a decorative facing is not desired, then the noncombustible
boards must be double thickness and brought flush
with the face of the unit.
Final Finishing
FP1775
FP1775
nailing
flanges
4. Attach the fireplace nailing
flanges
to the frame as
3/07 djt
shown in Figure 5.
5. The gas components are located in the control panel
assembly attached to the right side of the unit. (Fig.
5)
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3"
(76mm)
Noncombustible materials such as brick or tile may be
brought to the edges of the face of the appliance.
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Gas Specifications
Gas
Model
Fuel
Control
DVT38IN Natural Gas American Flame
DVT38IP
Propane
AF-4034
DVT44IN Natural Gas
with
DVT44IP
Propane
7.5V DC Hi/Lo
Max.
Input
BTU/hr
46,000
46,000
60,000
60,000
Min.
Input
BTU/hr
32,000
36,000
37,000
45,000
Gas Inlet and Manifold Pressures
Minimum Inlet Pressure
Maximum Inlet Pressure
Manifold Pressure
1/2” NPT X 1/2” Flare
Shut-off Valve
Natural LP (Propane)
5.5” w.c.
11.0” w.c.
14.0” w.c.
14.0” w.c.
3.5” 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 (1,370 m) above sea level.
For elevations above 4,500 feet (1,370 m) 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 (1,370 m).
WARNING: Improper installation, adjustment, alteration, service or maintenance
can cause injury or property damage. Refer
to this manual for correct installation and
operational procedures. For assistance or
additional information consult a qualified
installer, service agency, or the gas supplier.
Gas Line Installation
FP297A
1/2” Gas Supply
1/2” Gas Tight or
Tinned Copper
(from valve)
(Not provided)
Fig. 7 Typical gas supply installation.
Always check for gas leaks with a mild
soap and waterFP297A
solution applied with a
brush no largerINSTA
than VENT
1” (25FREE
mm). Never
UVHB26 GAS SUPPLY
apply soap and water solution with a spray
7/1/98
bottle. Do not use an open flame for leak
testing.
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.
The fireplace is equipped with an inlet and manifold
pressure test point, therefore it is not necessary to provide a 1/8” test point up stream of the control.
When using copper, use only approved fittings. Always
provide a union when using black iron pipe so the gas
line can be easily disconnected for burner servicing. A
union may not be behind a wall. Refer to the gas specifications for pressure details and ratings.
Electrical Junction Box
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 or the national
electrical code ANSI/NFPA No. 70 in the
USA.
When purging gas line the front glass must
be removed.
It is strongly suggested that the wiring of
the Electrical Junction Box be carried out
by a licensed electrician.
A gas shut off valve must be installed on
the gas pipe line going into the appliance
within easy access. Refer to local codes.
Ensure the power to the supply line has
been disconnected before commencing
this procedure.
The gas pipeline can be brought in through the top of
the valve box assembly.
The gas line connection can be made with properly
tinned 1/2” copper tubing or 1/2” gas tight. 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.
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Control System
Gas Supply
Fitting
The gas control system is located on the right hand side
of the firebox behind an access panel and the decorative brick panel. The fireplace is operated using only
the hand held remote control unit. The system wiring
diagram is shown in Figure 11. NOTE: If you choose
to install the either the optional battery back-up
module, (Model DVTBBK), or the optional wireless
wall mountable remote control, (Part #20012267),
refer to Item #11 in the next section.
Control System Installation
1. Locate the fireplace in the desired location.
2. Remove the glass. Refer to Glass Frame Assembly
Removal section.
3. If installed, remove the lava rock, volcanic rock, andirons, embers and logs, making note of each log’s
location.
4. If installed, remove the refractory brick panel right
side and rear pieces.
5. Using a back-up wrench, disconnect the gas supply
fitting near the right rear corner of the firebox. (Fig. 8)
Pressure Test Ports
FP1794
Fig. 9 Connect gas supply to valve.
11.If you chose to install the optional back-up battery
pack (No. DVTBBK), you must install a wall box
within 15 feet (4.6 m) of the fireplace. Assemble the
connectors on one end of the supplied extension
wire harness to the mating connectors on the wire
harness within the control box. Make sure to connect
black coded wire to black and red coded wire to red.
12.The other end of the extension wire harness should
be connected to the wiring of the back-up battery
holder located within a wall box.
13.Insert the supplied four (4) “AA” batteries into the
battery older. Be sure to note correct polarity for
each battery.
14.Mount electrical wall box containing back-up batteries at a convenient location with 15 feet (4.6 m)
of the fireplace. Cover wall box using a blank wall
plate.
15.Connect a 120V AC electrical supply to the junction
box duplex outlet. Use a Romex-type strain relief
connector when running wires out through the box
knockout. Replace the duplex outlet and cover plate.
16.Plug the AC adaptor plug into the duplex outlet.
17.This control must now be programmed to the remote control transmitter(s). To program the remote
control(s), make sure the 120V AC is connected and
powered to the fireplace.
18.Remove the battery door on the back of the hand
held remote control and install two (2) supplied
“AAA” batteries. Be sure to note correct polarity.
Replace battery door.
19.If you choose to install the optional wireless wall
mounted remote control (Part No. 20012267), install
two (2) button batteries provided with the remote
control by removing four (4) screws holding the back
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Gas Supply Fitting
Cover Plate
FP1793
Fig. 8 Disconnect gas supply fitting and remove 13 screws
securing the cover plate.
6. Remove pilot assembly from burner assembly by
removing two (2) screws.
7. Carefully slide the burner assembly to the left out of
the way, taking care not to bend or break the pilot
tubes or wiring.
8. Remove 13 screws around the perimeter holding
large access panel on the right hand side of the
firebox.
9. Carefully pull back the panel just enough to gain access to control box.
10.Connect the gas supply to the valve. (Fig. 9) Be sure
to use a back-up wrench when tightening supply
fitting.
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cover in place. Carefully remove the circuit board.
Install batteries with dimpled side showing. (Fig.
10) Carefully replace circuit board and back cover.
Tighten screws.
Install two (2)
Batteries with
Dimpled Side
Showing
21.The fireplace remote system is now ready for use
and will respond to either wireless transmitter.
22.Reassemble access panel, burner assembly, gas
supply connector, brick panels, logs, embers,
andirons and lava rock in reverse order of removal.
(Refer to Log, Lava Rock and Ember Placement
section.
23.Turn on gas supply and check that all connections
are tight and leak free.
NOTE: If you need to test the inlet pressure and/or
manifold pressure, there are two (2) test ports available
along the right side front edge between the firebox side
and outer casing. The upper test port is inlet pressure.
The lower test port is manifold pressure. (Refer to
Figure 8)
CAUTION: Turn off the gas supply before
removing test port plug.
FP1824
Fig. 10 Inside view of wireless wall switch.
20.Locate the learn button on the main module. (Fig.
11) Press andFP1824
release the learn button using a pencil
wall
point. There will
betransmitter
a beep soundbatteries
from the module.
Then press any
key
on
the
hand-held
remote control
11/07
transmitter. Once the module’s internal receiver
accepts the transmitter code, there will be a series
of confirming beeps. If you are using the optional
wall mountable remote control transmitter, press the
learn button on the main module a 2nd time. There
will be a beep sound from the module. Then press
the ON button on the wall mountable transmitter.
Once the module’s internal receiver accepts the
transmitter code, there will be a series of confirming
beeps.
Learn
Button
Learn
AUX
POWER
Junction Box
IPI
Continous
Pilot
Off/On
S
Remote/Off
I
ADJ.
24.Using a 7/16” nut driver, remove the threaded plug
from the test port.
25.Thread the supplied extension adaptor into the open
test port.
26.Attach a 1/4” diameter pressure gauge flexible hose
fully onto the barb of the adaptor.
27.Turn on gas supply and operate valve with remote
control as needed to indicate gas pressure.
CAUTION: Turn off the fireplace and gas
supply before removing test port adaptor
and replacing plug.
28.After test, remove extension adaptor and replace
plug securely.
29.Turn on gas supply and check that plugs are tight
and leak free.
Special Feature for Cold Climates
This gas control system has the option of a continuous pilot feature. This allows the user to change from
a spark to pilot system to a standing pilot system for
direct vent appliances during cold climate conditions to
keep the firebox warm.
When the continuous pilot mode is activated and the
fireplace is turned ON, the pilot will spark and light.
When the fireplace is turned OFF, the pilot will stay ON
when the main burner shuts OFF.
The continuous pilot mode can be activated or de-activated by the hand held remote control transmitter.
Main Module
Power Module
Main Module
FP1792
Fig. 11 Connect 120V AC electrical supply.
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Hand-Held Remote Control Transmitter
Operating Instructions
Introduction
This transmitter operating range is approximately 20 feet (6 m). The transmitter operates on one of 1,048,576 security
codes that are programmed into the transmitter at the factory; this transmitter operates on radio frequencies with nonTransmitter
Wall Clip
Slot
Off
Continuous
Pilot Button
Mode Button
The transmitter operates on (2) 1.5V AAA batteries. It is recommended that ALKALINE batteries always be used for longer
battery life and maximum operational performance.
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On H/L
Button
ON H/L
Before using the transmitter, install the (2) AAA transmitter batteries into the battery compartment. (Use caution that batteries
are installed in the proper direction.)
OFF/CONTINUOUS
PILOT BUTTON
MODE
SET
Set Button
Battery
Compartment
FP1818
ON H/L
1
FP1818
Skytech remote
9/07
Key Settings
1. ON H/L
OFF
Continuous
Pilot
2
MODE
3
2. OFF
CONTINUOUS PILOT
3. MODE
4. SET
SET
— Turns unit to ON and operates
the flame control HI or LO.
4
— Shuts the unit OFF and activates the continuous pilot on
feature.
— Changes unit from manual
mode to thermostatic mode.
— Sets temperature in thermo
mode.
LCD - Liquid Crystal Display
7
2
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4
3
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5
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
DISPLAY
° F or ° C
FLAME
ROOM
TEMP
SET
7. PILOT
Indicates CURRENT room temperature.
Indicates degrees Fahrenheit or Celsius
Indicates burner/valve in operation
Indicates remote is in THERMOSTATIC mode
Appears during manual operation
Appears while setting the desired temperature in the thermostatic mode
Appears in the Continuous Pilot mode
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FP1819
LCD display
9/07
Chateau™
Setting ° F / ° C Scale
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The factory setting for temperature is ° F. To change this
setting to ° C;
Press the ON H/L key and the OFF CONTINUOUS PILOT
key on the transmitter at the same time. This will change
from ° F to ° C. Follow this same procedure to change from
° C to ° F.
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Manual Function
To operate the system in the manual “MODE” do the following:
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Screen while depressing ON key
Screen after 3 second default
ON - HI Flame Operation
Press and release the ON H/L key. The appliance flame will
come ON and display will show “HI”.
ON - LO Flame Operation
Press the ON H/L key. The appliance flame will modulate
down to low flame and
display will show “LO”.
FP1820
F-C display
Changing Flame Height
9/07
Press and hold the ON H/L key to raise or lower the flame
height.
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Screen while depressing OFF key
Screen after 3 second default
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Screen whild depressing OFF key
Screen after 3
second default
OFF Operation
Press the OFF Continuous Pilot key and the appliance
flame will shut off. During this time the LCD screen will show
“OF”. After 3 seconds, the LCD screen will default to display
room temperature and the word “TEMP” will also show on
the screen. (Flame icon will NOT appear on the LCD screen
in OFF mode)
Thermostat Function
Setting Desired Room Temperature
This remote control system can be thermostatically controlled when the transmitter is in the THERMOSTATIC
mode. To set the MODE and DESIRED room temperature;
Press the MODE key until the LCD screen shows the word
“ROOM”. The remote is now in the thermostatic mode.
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Screen after depressing MODE key
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NOTE: When the word “ROOM” is displayed on the
screen, the transmitter is in the thermostatic mode.
Screen while depressing SET key
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To Change the Set Temperature
Press and hold the SET key until the desired set temperature is reached. (By pressing and holding the set
key, the LCD screen set numbers will increase from 45°
to 99°, then restart at 45°)
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Release the SET key. The LCD screen will display the set
temperature for 3 seconds, then will flash the set temperature for 3 seconds, then the LCD screen will default
to display the room temperature.
To Disengage Thermostatic Mode
Press and release the MODE key or press the OFF
CONTINUOUS PILOT key to disengage the thermostatic
mode. The word “ROOM” on the LCD screen will not
show when the thermostatic mode is not in operation.
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This feature allows you to change from a spark to pilot
system to a standing pilot system for appliances during
Cold Climate to keep the firebox warm.
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NOTE: The highest SET temperature is 99° Fahrenheit
FP1821
(32° Celsius) and the lowest temperature is 45° Fahrenset temp
heit (6° Celsius).
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CONTINUOUS PILOT FEATURE
To operate the CONTINUOUS PILOT FEATURE do the
following:
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On or Off Operation
Press and hold the OFF CONTINUOUS PILOT key for
approximately 5 seconds, until the word “PILOT” appears
on the LCD screen.
NOTE: The word “PILOT” will appear on the LCD screen
in ON mode.
CP (CHILDPROOF) FEATURE
This SKYTECH remote control includes a CHILDPROOF
“LOCK-OUT” feature that allows the user to “LOCK-OUT”
operation of the appliance from the transmitter.
SETTING “LOCK-OUT” - (CP)
• To activate the “LOCK-OUT” feature, press and hold
the ON H/L key and the MODE key at the same time
for 5 seconds. The letters “CP” will appear in the
TEMP frame on the LCD screen.
• To disengage the “LOCK-OUT”, press and hold the
ON H/L key and the MODE key at the same time for
5 seconds and the letters “CP” will disappear from
the LCD screen and the transmitter will return to its
normal operating condition.
• To verify the transmitter is in the CP lock-out mode,
press any key and the LCD screen will show “CP”.
NOTE: If the appliance is already operating in the ON or THERMOSTATIC modes, engaging the “LOCK-OUT” will not
cancel the operating mode. Engaging the “LOCK-OUT” prevents only the manual operation of the transmitter. If in the
auto modes, the THERMOSTATIC operation will continue to operate normally. To totally “LOCK-OUT” the operation of
the transmitter’s operating signals; the transmitter’s mode must be set to OFF.
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Operational Notes:
The Thermostatic feature on the transmitter operates the appliance whenever the ROOM TEMPERATURE varies a
certain number of degrees from the SET TEMPERATURE. This variation is called the “SWING” or TEMPERATURE
DIFFERENTIAL. The normal operating cycle of an appliance may be 2-4 times per hour depending on how well the
room or home is insulated from the cold or drafts. The factory setting for the “swing number” is 2. This represents a
temperature variation of +/- 2° F (1° C) between SET temperature and ROOM temperature, which determines when
the fireplace will be activated. This function is pre-set at the factory.
The transmitter has ON and OFF manual functions that are activated by pressing either button on the face of the
transmitter. When a button on the transmitter is pressed the word “ON” or “OF” will appear on the LCD screen to show
while the signal is being sent. Upon initial use, there may be a delay of three seconds before the remote receiver will
respond to the transmitter. This is part of the system’s design.
NOTE: The fireplace receiver will only respond to the transmitter when the 2-position slide button on the module is
in the REMOTE position. If the system does not respond to the battery transmitter on initial use, refer to MATCHING
SECURITY CODES, and recheck battery positions in the remote receiver.
Thermostatic Updating Feature
This remote control has a THERMOSTATIC UPDATING feature built into its software. The THERMOSTATIC UPDATING feature operates in the following manner, while in the THERMOSTATIC mode.
The transmitter reads the ROOM temperature every 2 minutes checking the ROOM temperature against the SET
temperature and then sends a signal to the receiver.
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White or Green
Green or White
White or Orange
Orange or White
To Pilot Ignitor
Pilot
Main
Main
Module
AF-4000
Learn
Button
Power
Module
Black
Red
S
DC Motor
I
To Pilot
Flame Sensor
Orange
Red
Brown
Black
Remote Battery
Back-Up Pack
Remote/Off
Switch
Continuous
Pilot ON/OFF
Switch
ON
OFF
Optional
Wireless
Remote
Black
Gnd
Brown (SWI) (Optional
Brown
(SWI) ON/OFF Switch)
Red
Black
HI
LO
AC Adaptor
Red
Black
Pulse/Continuous
Button
Extension Harness
FP1795
Fig. 12 DVT38/44 wiring diagram.
FP1795
General
Venting
Chateau wiring diagram
3/07
Your fireplace is approved to be vented either through
the side wall, or vertical through the roof.
• Only CFM Corporation venting components specifically approved and labelled 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 an inclining or declining slope.
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There must not be any obstruction such as bushes, garden sheds, fences, decks or utility buildings within 24”
(610 mm) from the front of the termination hood.
Do not locate termination hood where excessive snow
or ice build up may occur. Be sure to check vent termination area after snow falls, and clear to prevent accidental blockage of venting system. When using snow
blowers, make sure snow is not directed towards vent
termination area.
Location of Vent Termination
It is imperative the vent termination be located observing the minimum clearances as shown on following
page.
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General Venting Information - Termination Location
INSIDE
CORNER DETAIL
V
D
H
A
V
N
N
E
L
V
B
V
F
C
B
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V
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B
CFM145a
G
V VENT TERMINATION
B
V
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V
J
G
X
B
I
A
X AIR SUPPLY INLET
C = Clearance to permanently closed window
D = Vertical clearance to ventilated soffit located
above the terminal within a horizontal
distance of 2 feet (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
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
K* = Clearance to a mechanical air supply inlet
V
K
X
G
A
V
V
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
M
US Installations2
12” (30 CFM145a
cm)
12” (30 cm)
6” (15
< 10,000Btuh (3kW), 12” (30 cm)
for appliances > 10,000 Btuh (3kW) and
< 100,000 Btuh (30kW), 36” (91 cm)
for appliances > 100,000 Btuh (30kW)
12” (305 mm) recommended to
prevent window condensation
6” (15 cm) for appliances
< 10,000 Btuh (3kW), 9”
(23 cm) for appliances > 10,000
Btuh (3kW) and < 50,000 Btuh
(15kW), 12” (30cm) for
appliances > 50,000 Btuh (15kW)
12” (305 mm) recommended to
prevent window condensation
18” (458 mm) for non-vinyl soffits
24” (610 mm) for vinyl soffits
18” (458 mm) for non-vinyl soffits
24” (610 mm) for vinyl soffits
24” (610 mm)
see next page
see next page
3’ (91 cm) within a height of 15’
above the meter/regulator assembly
3’ (91 cm)
6” (15 cm) for appliances < 10,000
Btuh (3kW), 12” (30cm) for
appliances > 10,000 Btuh (3kW) and <
100,000 Btuh (30kW), 36” (91 cm)
for appliances > 100,000 Btuh (30kW)
24” (610 mm)
see next page
see next page
3’ (91 cm) within a height of 15’
above the meter/regulator assy
3’ (91 cm)
6” (15 cm) for appliances
< 10,000 Btuh (3kW), 9”
(23 cm) for appliances > 10,000
Btuh (3kW) and < 50,000 Btuh
(15kW), 12” (30 cm) for
appliances > 50,000 Btuh (15kW)
3’ (91 cm) above if within 10’
(3m) horizontally
7’ (2.13 m)†
DV Termin Location
5/01/01 Rev. 12/05/01
cm)
sta for appliances
6’ (1.83 m)
L = Clearance above paved sidewalk or paved 7’ (2.13 m)†
driveway located on public property
M = Clearance under veranda, porch, deck or
12” (30 cm)‡
12” (30 cm)‡
balcony
N = Clearance above a roof shall extend a minimum of 24” (610 mm) above the highest point when it passes through the roof
surface, and any other obstruction within a horizontal distance of 18” (450 mm).
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
* Clearance to a mechanical air supply refers to an HRV or other mechanical device that brings fresh air into the living space, not a fresh air for an
appliance combustion.
† 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. 13 Vent termination clearances.
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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. 14 Termination clearances.
Quick Reference for Fresh Air Restrictor Plate / Flue Baffle
Application
SK8DVSK
Vertical Less than 12’
Vertical 12’ to 20’
Vertical 20’ to 30’
Vertical 30’ to 40’
Item
Flue Restrictor Plate
Fresh Air Restrictor Plate
Flue Restrictor Plate
Fresh Air Restrictor Plate
Flue Restrictor Plate
Fresh Air Restrictor Plate
Flue Restrictor Plate
Fresh Air Restrictor Plate
Flue Restrictor Plate
Fresh Air Restrictor Plate
DVT38N
3”
None
None
None
4¹⁄₂”
#3
4¹⁄₂”
#2
4¹⁄₂”
#1
DVT38P
None
None
None
None
4¹⁄₂”
#3
4¹⁄₂”
#2
4¹⁄₂”
#1
DVT44N
None
None
None
None
4¹⁄₂”
#3
4¹⁄₂”
#2
4¹⁄₂” or 6³⁄₄”
#1
DVT44P
4¹⁄₂”
#1
None
None
4¹⁄₂”
#3
4¹⁄₂”
#2
4¹⁄₂” or 6³⁄₄”
#1
NOTE: Refer to Page 27, Figure 36 for instructions to fabricate 3” and 4¹⁄₂” flue restrictor plates.
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General Information
Assembling Vent Pipes
SK8 Venting Pipes
Canadian Installations:
The 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 venting components manufactured by CFM Corporation can be used in Direct Vent systems.
NOTE: The joints of the inner pipe (flue pipe) must be
taped with 550°F or higher temperature metal adhesive
tape that meets the requirements of F.A.R. 25.853(a)
High temperature sealant milpack or stove cement of
550°F or higher could be used instead. The joints of
the outer pipe (fresh air pipe) must be taped with 315°F
or higher temperature metal adhesive tape or the use
of high temperature milpack or stove cement would
be applicable. When using the unitized 30°, 45° or 90°
elbows, apply 1/4” bead of high temperature, 550°F or
higher, sealant (milpack or stove cement) to the joint of
the inner pipe (flue pipe) and the straight section as it is
impossible to be taped. The outer pipe must be taped
with 315°F high temperature metal adhesive tape for
proper sealing.
Start by attaching the first vent pipe section to the collar
on top of the fireplace. In order to attach the first pipe
section, it may be necessary to remove the top shield.
Remove four (4) screws securing top shield, install first
pipe section and replace top shield.
Install the pipe as shown in Figure 15. When you get a
good lock, you will hear the pipe clearly snap together.
Once sections are snap-locked in place, it is extremely
difficult to get them apart. Make sure the pipe is firmly
snapped and locked together as each pipe section is
mounted. When using 45° or 90° elbows, it is acceptable to use three (3) screws (not supplied) at the joint
between the vertical SK8 pipe and the elbow to ensure
no separation.
When installing elbows, follow the same procedure.
The joints of inner and outer elbow must be taped with
UL approved high temperature metal adhesive tape for
proper sealing. Be sure to always attach straps on upper elbow to a structural framing member.
For vertical installations, continue installing the pipe as
required until pipe is installed up through the ceiling. At
this point, you must install a firestop spacer.
Pipe Section
UP
Hem
Pipe
Rim
Lance
FP1368
Fig. 15 Install pipe, listening for the snap-lock to fasten.
Horizontal Termination
The vent must rise vertically a minimum of 24” (610mm)
off the top of the unit, before the first elbow. The horizontal run may extend up to 20’ (6 m) and include a vertical rise of up to 40’ (12 m). (Fig. 16) Horizontal termination must also meet the criteria shown in Figures 13
& 14.
• Approved vent FP1368
systems must terminate above and
•
•
DVT44
including the heavy
line in Figure 16.
5/03
Two 45° elbows may be substituted for each single
90° elbow.
With a rise between 2’ - 4’, one (1) 90° or two (2) 45°
elbows may be used.
Vertical Termination
A vertical vent system must terminate no less than 12’
(3.66 m) and no more than 40’ (12 m) above the appliance flue collar. A 2’ (610 mm) vertical section must be
installed before any offset. A maximum of 20’ (6.1 m)
horizontal and three (3) 90° elbows may be installed
with a minimum of 12’ (3.66 m) vertical section above
the flue collar of the unit. Refer to Page 22, Figure 27
for more information.
A vertically terminated vent system must also conform
to the following criteria:
• No more than three (3) 90° elbows may be used.
• Two (2) 45° elbows may be substituted for one (1)
•
•
18
Pipe
Rim
90° elbow. No more than six (6) elbows may be
used.
Vent must rise a minimum of 2’ (610 mm) before
offset is used.
Termination height must conform to roof clearance
as specified in Figure 34.
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Minimum clearance between vent pipes
and combustible materials is 3¹⁄₂” (89 mm)
on top, 2¹⁄₂” (64 mm) on both sides and 1¹⁄₂”
(38 mm) on the bottom.
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When the vent termination exits through foundations
less than 20” (508 mm) below siding outcrop, the vent
pipe must be flush with the siding.
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(Measured from the appliance flue collar to the top of the vent pipe.)
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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.
FP1359 Horizontal plane means no vertical rise exists on this
DVT44 portion of the vent assembly.
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Vertical Run (in feet)
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May use up to
three (3) 90°
elbows, but must
not have two (2)
consecutive 90°
elbows in horizontal plane
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Horizontal
venting
graph
5/13/03 djt
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20’ (6 m)
Unitized Elbow
(SK890)
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Pipe
Straps
Every 3’
(914 mm)
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14’ (4.3m)
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Pipe Straps
Every 3’ (914
mm)
Firestop/Zero
Clearance Sleeve
Minimum 2’ (610
mm) Section
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NOTE: Apply high temperature
sealant or UL approved
FP1012
Top vent
maxas
rundirected on Page
high temperature metal adhesive
tape
1/25/00 djt
12.
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May use
one (1)
elbow
only
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Unacceptable venting configuration
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• The maximum number of 90° elbows per side wall
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Horizontal Run (in feet)
FP1359
Fig. 16 Horizontal vent termination window.
Sidewall Applications
Since it is very important that 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.
NOTE: The penetration to the outside of the building or structure shall be sealed air and weather
tight.
•
installation is three (3), but must not have two (2)
consecutive elbows in the horizontal plane.
A minimum of 2’ (610 mm) vertical section off the top
of the unit is required, an elbow and a 1’ (305 mm)
maximum horizontal run to get through a wall. (Fig.
18)
2'
(610mm)
C
L
2'
(610mm)
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X
(DVT44) X = 7’3¹⁄₄” (2216 mm)
(DVT38) X = 6’9⁷⁄₈” (2080 mm)
Use of the Restrictor Plates in
Horizontal Venting Applications
The primary purpose for the vent restrictor plate is to
regain flame height under certain venting conditions as
outlined below.
The DVT38IN is shipped with the fresh air plate settings at #4 (this applies to both natural gas and
propane) when using the horizontal starter vent kit
SK8DVSK.
Wall Opening
FP1237a
Fig. 18 Minimum vertical run / maximum horizontal run.
FP1237a
DVT44
horizontal plane
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• 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. (Fig.
19)
For each 45° elbow installed in the horizontal run,
the length of the horizontal run MUST be reduced by
18” (45 cm). This does not apply if the 45° elbows
are installed on the vertical part of the vent system.
For each 90° elbow installed in the horizontal run,
the length of the horizontal run MUST be reduced by
36” (914 mm).
The maximum number of elbow degrees in a system
is 270°. (Fig. 20)
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. 21)
For combustible walls first frame in opening.
Combustible Walls: Cut a 16¹⁄₄”h x 16¹⁄₄” w (413 mm x
413) hole through the exterior wall and frame as shown.
Noncombustible Walls: Hole opening must be 11¹⁄₄”
(286 mm) in diameter.
STEP 2
Vent Opening for Combustible Wall
A
16¹⁄₄”
(413 mm)
B
10'
(3m)
Framing
Detail
16¹⁄₄”
(413mm)
A + B = 17' (5.2m)
Fireplace Hearth
FP1238
Vent Opening for Noncombustible Wall
Fig. 19 Maximum vent run with elbows.
Example: In Figure 23
Elbow 1
=
Elbow 2
=
Elbow 3
=
Elbow 4
=
Total angular variation =
11¹⁄₄”
(286 mm)
4
90°
45°
45°
90°
270°
VO584-100
Fig. 21 Locate vent opening on wall.
Measure wall thickness and cut zero clearance sleeve
parts to proper length (MAXIMUM 12”/305 mm). Assemble sleeve using #8
sheet metal screws (supplied).
VO584-100
(Fig. 22) Install firestop
assembly.
Vent Opening(Fig. 31)
2/99sleeve
djt is only required for
Zero clearance
combustible walls.
3
1
2
Adjustable Zero
Clearance Sleeve
Max. Length
12” (305 mm)
#8 Screws (2)
FP1239a
Fig. 20 Maximum number of elbow degrees.
FP1239a
Sidewall maximum
bends
DVT44
4/03
#8 Screws (2)
ZCS101a
Fig. 22 Adjustable zero clearance sleeve.
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ZCS101
Zero Clearance Sleeve
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STEP 3
X
Slide the zero clearance sleeve through the wall and
install the firestop on the inside surface of the wall.
Secure with four (4) #8 sheet metal screws.
STEP 4
Place fireplace into position. (Fig. 23) Measure the vertical height (X) required from the base of the flue collars
to the center of the wall opening. NOTE: If using the
SK8DVSK Kit, the vertical section of pipe is telescopic
and could provide adjustment from 24” up to 40” (610
mm to 1016 mm).
FP1241a
Fig. 24 Horizontal length requirement.
Firestop
Zero Clearance Sleeve
X
FP1240a
Fig. 23 Vertical height requirement.
FP1242a
Fig. 25 Through the wall.
STEP 5
Tape the inner and outer flue collars of the fireplace
using UL approved metal adhesive tape to ensure the
joints are sealed. Attach an appropriate length of vent
pipe to the fireplace. Follow with the installation of the
inner and outer elbow, tape elbow joints and secure
joints as described on Page 18.
STEP 6
Measure the horizontal length requirement including
a 2” (50 mm) overlap, ie from the elbow to the outside
wall face plus 2” (50 mm) (or the distance required if
installing a second 90° elbow). (Fig. 24)
Always install horizontal venting on a level
plane.
STEP 7
Use appropriate length of pipe sections and install the
horizontal vent sections. You may need to cut 1’ wall
section to size to be flush with the outside wall. The sections which go through the wall are packaged with the
starter kit, and can be cut to suit if necessary. (Fig. 25)
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Sealing firestop gaps with high temperature sealant
will restrict cold air being drawn in around fireplace.
STEP 8
Guide the vent terminations 8” and 11” collars into their
respective vent pipes. Double check that the vent pipes
overlap the collars by 2” (51 mm). Secure the termination to the wall with screws provided and caulk around
the wall plate to weatherproof. (Fig. 26) As an alternative to screwing the termination directly to the wall you
may also use expanding plugs or an approved exterior
construction adhesive.
Support horizontal pipes every 3’ (91 cm)
with metal pipe straps.
Check fireplace to make sure it is levelled
and properly positioned.
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12'
DVT44 - Natural or LP
(3.7m)
Use 6���"
or Greater
DVT38 - Natural or LP
'X'
Use 5���"
Fresh Air Restrictor Plate
X
Setting
30’ to 40’
#1
20’ to 29’
#2
12’ to 19’
#3
FP1409
FP1243a
Fig. 26 Secure termination to wall.
Vertical Through-the-Roof
Applications
Use of Restrictor Plate
for Vertical Venting Applications
The primary purpose for the vent restrictor is to regain
flame height under certain venting conditions as
outlined below.
NOTE: The joints of the inner pipe (flue pipe) must be
taped with 550°F or higher temperature metal adhesive
tape that meets the requirements of F.A.R. 25.853(a)
High temperature sealant milpack or stove cement
of 550°F or higher could be used instead. The joints
of The outer pipe (fresh air pipe) must be taped with
315°F or higher temperature metal adhesive tape or the
use of high temperature milpack or stove cement would
be applicable. When using the unitized 30°, 45° or 90°
elbows, apply 1/4” bead of high temperature, 550°F or
higher, sealant (milpack or stove cement) to the joint of
the inner pipe (flue pipe) and the straight section as it is
impossible to be taped. The outer pipe must be taped
with 315°F high temperature metal adhesive tape for
proper sealing.
For vertically venting either propane or natural gas
units, with vertical vent heights of 12’ (3.7 m) or greater,
(measured from the top of the flue collar) the restrictor
plate as supplied with this unit should be used. (Fig.
27) Also, the fresh air restrictor plate could be adjusted
according to your vent height. (Fig. 27) Refer to Pages
26 & 27, Figures 36 & 38 for restrictor plate installation
and fresh air restrictor plate adjustment.
Fig. 27 Restrictor plate use in straight up installation.
For vertical venting configurations FP1409
that include a
minimum vertical rise of 12’ (3.7 m)restrictor
and aplate
maximum
straight up installation
horizontal offset of 10’ (3 m) the 4¹⁄₂”
restrictor
plate
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supplied with this unit should be used. The fresh air
restrictor plate could be adjusted to the setting #3
(DVT44IN Only). (Fig. 28) Refer to Pages 26 & 27,
Figures 36 & 38 for restrictor plate installation and fresh
air restrictor plate adjustment.
Natural or LP
Use 4���"
Flue Restrictor Plate
(Refer to Page 17 and
Page 22, Figure 36)
10' (3m) Max.
12'
(3.7m)
Min. Rise
Fresh Air Restrictor Plate
Setting = None or #3 Only
FP1410
Fig. 28 Restrictor plate use with horizontal offset.
FP1410
This Gas Fireplace
has been
Restrictor
plate approved for,
horizontal up
offset
• Vertical installations
toinstallation
40’ (12 m) in height. Up
8/26/03 djt
to a 20’ (6 m) horizontal vent run can be installed
within the vent system using a maximum of three
(3) 90° elbows. (Fig. 29)
• A 2’ (610 mm) vertical section must be installed
before any offset. A maximum of 20’ (6.1 m) horizontal and three (3) 90° elbows may be installed with a
minimum of 12’ (3.66 m) vertical section above the
flue collar of the unit. (Fig. 29)
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Max. 8' (2.4m)
Max. Height
40' (12 m)
4
Max. 20' (6 m)
Min. Height
20' (6 m)
1 + 2 + 3 + 4 = 270°
3
2
1
Pipe Straps Every 3’
(914mm)
Minimum 2’ (610mm)
Before Any Elbow
FP1244a
Fig. 29 Support straps for horizontal runs.
• Up to two (2) 30° or 45° elbows may be used within
the horizontal run. For each 30° or 45° elbow used
on the horizontal levelFP1244a
the maximum horizontal
through
the roof
length must be reduced
by 18”
(457 mm).
max/min dims
Example: Maximum horizontal
length
0
1
2
4/03
x 30° or 45° elbows = 10’ (3 m)
x 30° or 45° elbows = 8’6” (2.6 m)
x 30° or 45° elbows = 7’ (2.1 m)
• A minimum of an 12’ (3.7 m) vertical rise.
• Two sets of 30° or 45° elbows offsets within these
•
•
vertical installations. From 0 to a maximum of 8’ (2.4
m) of vent pipe can be used between elbows. (Fig.
30)
SKCS8 must be used to support offsets. (Fig. 33)
This application will require that you first determine
the roof pitch and use the appropriate starter kit.
(Refer to Venting Components List)
The minimum height of the vent above the highest
point of penetration through the roof is 2’ (610 mm).
(Fig. 34)
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FP1245a
FP1245a
the roof
Fig. 30 Typical offsetthrough
application.
90 & 45 degree
Vertical Through-the-Roof Installation
1. Locate your fireplace.
2. Plumb to center of the (8”) flue collar from ceiling
above and mark position.
3. Cut opening equal to 14¹⁄₂” x 14¹⁄₂” (368 x 368 mm).
4. Proceed to plumb for additional openings through
the roof. In all cases, the opening must provide a
minimum of 1¹⁄₂” (38 mm) clearance to the vent pipe,
i.e., the hole must be at least 14¹⁄₂” x 14¹⁄₂” (368 mm
x 368 mm).
5. Place fireplace into position.
6. Place firestop(s) SKFS2A or Attic Insulation Shield
AIS-SK into position and secure. (Figs. 31, 32)
7. Install roof support (Fig. 33) and roof flashing making
sure upper flange of flashing is below the shingles.
8. Install appropriate pipe sections until the venting is
above the flashing.
9. Seal around the pipe.
10. Add additional vent lengths for proper height. (Fig.
34)
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Attic Installation
Elbow Strap
Nails (4)
Support Structure
Firestop Spacer
Elbow Strap
(must be tight)
Joist
Ceiling Hole
Framing
Angled Strap
Ceiling Installation
Angled Firestop
Chimney Support Strap
(must be tight)
Joist
FP270/271
FP270/271
Series
Fig. 33 Attach straps to a structural CR
framing
member.
2/19/99
djt
Firestop Spacer
Nails (4)
FP593
Fig. 31 Installing firestop spacer.
Attic
Insulation
Shield
Min.
2' (610mm)
FP593
SR/C
11/20/97
Nails (4 Required)
CFM190
Attic Joist
Ceiling
Base
Flanges
Fig. 32 Attic shield installation.
FP263
Fig. 37 Minimum termination to roof clearance.
If an attic is above ceiling level an AIS-SK
(Attic Insulation Shield) must be installed.
CFM190
The enlarged ends
of the vent
TTR Ternim.
2' section
always face downward.
1/25/02 sta
FP263
MBUF
5/9/96
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Chimney Components
Component
Horizontal Starter Kit
SK8 Chimney Sections
SK8 Chimney Elbows
Firestop
Zero Clearance Sleeve
Attic Insulation Shield
Chimney Support
Round Top Termination
Round Top Termination Extended
Flashing
Housing Extensions
Chase Top Housing
Chase Top Housing
Horizontal Termination
Description
Model Number
Contains 24”-40” telescopic pipe* for minimum vertical
SK8DVSK
rise from collar pipe, 90° elbow, horizontal
through-wall starter pipe, zero clearance sleeve,
metal adhesive tape, stove cement tube, sidewall
termination and firestop.
Pipe used to build 8” (SK8) flue systems.
SK81 (1’ Long)
SK818 (1Z\x’ Long)
SK83 (3’ Long)
SK84 (4’ Long)
Elbow used to create an offset in an 8”
SK830-2 30° Elbow*
chimney system.
(2 per pkg.)
SK845 45° Elbow*
SK890 90° Elbow*
Required at each floor level of chimney
SKFS2A —
installation. (Plus attic on multi-story installation.)
(8” straight flue)
SK8DVFS
(Horizontal Firestop)
Used when horizontal pipe goes through an interior
SK8ZCS
vertical wall.
Used to prevent insulation from coming in contact with AIS-SK
the chimney system.
Used to support chimney for each of: 30’ vertical
SKCS8
height and 6’ of angled chimney run.
Top used to terminate chimney at roof.
(Flashing not included.)
RLTSK8
Top used to terminate chimney at chase.
(Flashing not included.)
RLTSK8L
Metal finishing required around termination
8-6-12 with 8” flue:
to prevent rain leakage.
0-6/12 pitch
8-12-12 with 8” flue:
6/12-12/12 pitch
Extends Square Termination on steep
202036
pitched roofs.
Low profile pyramid-style chimney cap used to
PTLSK8
terminate chimney through a chase. Includes
adapter. (Flashing not included.)
Square chimney cap used to terminate chimney
SLTSK8
through a chase. Terra Cotta Masonry. Includes
adapter. (Flashing not included.)
Cap used to terminate venting through a sidewall.
SK8DVRVT
NOTE: The 24”-40” telescopic pipe is only intended for use with the SK8DVSK.
* Factory unitized elbow
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Operating Instructions
Clean the glass after the first two weeks of
operation.
Glass Information
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.
• Do not operate appliance with glass front
•
Phillips
Screws
removed, cracked or broken.
A replacement glass frame assembly (complete
with gasket) is available through your CFM
Corporation dealer and should only be installed
by a licensed qualified service person.
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Glass Frame Assembly Removal
1. Turn the fireplace OFF (including the pilot).
2. If the unit has been operating allow time for the
components to cool.
3. Using a Phillips screwdriver, unfasten two (2) screws
located at the top of the glass frame. (Fig. 35)
4. Tilt the glass frame at the top away from the unit.
Lift it carefully off the bottom door track and set on
padded surface.
Glass Cleaning
It is necessary to periodically clean the glass. During
start-up, condensation, which is normal, forms on the
inside of the glass. This condensation causes lint,
dust and other airborne particles to cling to the glass
surface.
Also initial paint curing may deposit a slight film on
the glass. It is therefore recommended the glass be
cleaned two or three times with a non-ammonia based
household cleaner and warm water (gas fireplace glass
cleaner is recommended) 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.
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FP1558a
Fig. 35 Remove Phillips screws, tilt frame forward and lift off
bottom door track. (Shown without logs for clarity.)
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Restrictor Plate
Installation
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Refer to Figures 14, 15 & 17����
for your venting configuration and combination of restrictor plate requirement and
fresh air restrictor plate adjustment.
Restrictor Plate Installation
Using the two (2) screws provided along with the restictor plate shipped with the logset, fasten the restrictor
plate to the firebox top through the front of the unit. (Fig.
36)
Fresh Air Restrictor Plate Adjustment
1. Remove the glass.
2. Remove the logs, andirons and fettle.
3. Remove one side refractory (right or left) and remove the rear upper and lower refractory in reverse
order of installation. (Refer to “Ceramic Refractory
Installation” section.)
4. Remove the rear log bracket by removing three (3)
screws. On some models you may be able to loosen
the screws and slide bracket to the left and out. (Fig.
37)
5. Adjust the fresh air restrictor plate setting. (Fig. 38)
Simultaneously install the plate and the log bracket
using the three (3) screws loosened or removed earlier. The adjustment is made by matching the proper
setting on the plate with the three (3) holes on the
firebox back.
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Ceramic Refractory Installation
Flue Opening
The ceramic refractories are fragile and
should be handled with care. Due to the
size of the refractories, an assistant may
be helpful.
Restrictor
Plate
NOTE: The ceramic refractories are shipped separate from the unit but MUST BE installed.
Sheet Metal
Screws
To Remove
Outer Ring, Cut
Here (6 Places)
Refer to Ceramic Refractory Kit listed below.
DVT44IN (6³⁄₄” as Shown)
Use tin snips to cut
along slots to make 4¹⁄₂”
(114mm) restrictor plate.
(Refer to Page 17)
DVT38
Use tin snips to cut along
outer slots to make 4¹⁄₂”
(114 mm) restrictor plate.
(Refer to Page 22, Fig. 28)
DVT38
Use tin snips to cut
along inner slots to
make 3” restrictor
plate. (Refer to
Page 17)
Appliance
DVT38
DVT38
DVT38
DVT44
DVT44
DVT44
Left Side
Refractory
Kit Model
DVT38CRR
DVT38CRL
DVT38CRH
DVT44CRR
DVT44CRL
DVT44CRH
Rear Refractory
Upper
Description
Colonial Red
Limestone
Herringbone
Colonial Red
Limestone
Herringbone
Right Side
Refractory
FP1810
Fig. 36 Restrictor plate location.
Remove Screws (3)
Rear Log
Bracket
FP1810
restrictor plate_2
6/07 djt
FP1365a
Rear Brick Lower
(Colonial Red Only)
Fig. 39 DVT44IN ceramic refractory panels. (Limestone
refractory shown)
FP1556
Fig. 37 Remove rear log bracket.
3
4
1 2
Fresh Air
Restrictor
Plate
FP1556
remove rear
log bracket
3/05 djt
1. Using a Phillips or Robertson screwdriver, unfasten
the two (2) screws holding the fettle to the burner
assembly. With a wrench, remove the front burner
tube by unfastening the two (2) nuts that secure the
burner tube to the front of the burner assembly.
2. Using a Phillips or Robertson
FP1365screwdriver, remove
the heat shield locatedDVT44
toward the front top of the fire
box by unfastening therefractory
five (5) screws
that secure
panels
the heat shield in place.
(Fig.
40)
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Return Flange
Remove
Screws (5)
FP1557
Fig. 38 Fresh air restrictor plate adjustment.
6. Replace the rear lower and
upper refractory, side
FP1558
refractory, fettle, andiron,fresh
logs restrictor
and glass.
plate adjustment
3/05 djt
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FP1369
Fig. 40 Remove five (5) screws securing heat shield in place.
FP1369
heat shield/insulation
assembly
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3. Start with either the right side refractory or left side
refractory. Hold the refractory at an angle. Slide
and seat the bottom edge toward the bottom of the
firebox. Tilt it carefully toward the side until the piece
is in place. Slide the refractory forward until it comes
in contact with the front flange on the firebox.
4. Holding the rear refractory lower straight up, rotate
it back behind the side refractory and set it on the
small return bend of the rear log bracket toward the
back of the firebox. Ensure the mortar lines in the
refractory match the side refractory already installed.
5. Rotate back and set on the rear log bracket toward
the back of the firebox.
6. The rear refractory upper has a notch in the top side.
Holding the refractory at an angle, slide the refractory behind the side refractory installed.
7. While holding the rear refractory upper in place, follow Step 3 and install the remaining side refractory.
8. Adjust all refractory pieces so mortar lines are
aligned. Replace heat shield removed in Step 2.
Make sure the angle on the heat shield goes back.
This will secure the side refractory in place.
9. Reinstall the burner tube and fettle.
Log, Lava Rock and Ember Placement
Unpack the logs and log burner overlay from packaging. Remove each log from its wrapping material.
Tools required: Robertson or Phillips screwdriver
The logs are fragile and should be handled
with care. Keep the packaging materials
out of the reach of children and dispose of
the material in a safe manner.
IMPORTANT: Review these instructions and familiarize yourself with each log before beginning log
placement. Find the notches, pins and indentations
on each log. Follow the instructions closely, using
the Log ID (Fig. 41 or 42) and the illustrations to assist in correctly placing each log.
DVT38IN Logs
Log Front Middle Left
Log Grate Burner
Log Rear Right
Log Burner Overlay
Log Front Middle Right
Log Rear Left
Log Front Right
Log Grate Right
Log Front Left
Log Front Upper Right
Log Grate Left
LG412
Fig. 41 DVT38IN log identification.
LG412
DVT38 log ID
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DVT44IN Logs
Log Rear Right
Log Grate Burner
Log Front Middle Right
Log Burner Overlay
Log Rear Left
Log Front Right
Log Front Upper Right
Log Front Left
Log Grate Right
Log Front Middle Left
Log Grate Left
Log Rear Upper Middle
LG413
Fig. 42 DVT44IN log identification.
1. Position the Log Grate Burner. Remove the two
LG413
(2) screws that attach the fettle to the burner. Place
DVT44
the log grate burner between the notch on the front
Log ID
of the burner housing behind the burner tube. (Fig.
43) Hold the log in place and set the fettle back 4/05
in
position. When the fettle is in position, it must hook
onto the log. Refasten fettle in place. NOTE: The log
should look as if it has fallen off the grate.
2. Position the Log Burner Overlay. The overlay is
very fragile and must be handled with extra care.
Hold the overlay with the flat surface facing down.
Figure 43
Log
Burner
Overlay
LG401
Log Grate Burner
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The notch for the pilot on the overlay should be in
the right rear corner. Set the overlay on top of the
burner housing toward the back. The overlay must
line up with the sides and back of the burner. The
overlay rests behind the log grate burner. Make sure
the pilot hood lines up with the notch on the overlay.
(Fig. 43)
3. Position the Andirons. Set the andirons in place by
hooking the tabs on the back of the andiron over the
outermost web of the fettle. (Figs. 49 & 50)
4. Place the Volcanic Rock. Place the volcanic rocks
over the hearth refractories in front of the burner
tube and around the burner assembly as desired.
(Figs. 49 & 50)
5. Place the Small Lava Rock. Place the
small lava rock approximately 1¹⁄₂” (38 mm)
wide behind the lip mounted to the burner
housing. Place ember material lightly directly behind the lava rock and the overlay.
(Figs. 49 & 50)
6. Place the Ember Material. Place the
ember material in front and around the
burner tube and behind the burner
tube in front of the burner housing. Build up the ember material
lightly over the burner tube into
the burner housing to cover up the
burner tube and the lip mounted
to the front of the burner housing.
(Figs. 49 & 50) NOTE: Placing
platinum ember material is
mandatory for proper carry over of flame into the
burner tube.
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7. Position the Log Grate Right and
Left. Position the right and left grate
logs simultaneously on the grate in
front of the burner housing by holding the two logs with the narrower
end toward the middle and the bark
details toward the front. Set the logs
and lean forward toward the grate.
The outer end of the logs should
line up with the grate on the outside.
(Fig. 44)
8. Position the Log Rear Right . Position the log rear right by holding the
log at an angle with the pointed end
down toward the bottom. Set the
Figure 45
Log Rear
Left
Figure 44
Log Grate Right
LG402
Log Grate Left
Log Rear Right
pointed end on the matching notch on the
overlay toward the right. Rest the wide
end toward the back right. The log rests
in place by touching the rear refractory
lower on the right. (Fig. 45)
9. Position the Log Rear Left
. Position the log rear left by
holding the log at an able with
the pointed end down toward
the bottom. Set the pointed
end on the matching notch
on the overlay toward the left.
Rest the wide end toward
the back left. The log rests
in place by touching the rear
refractory lower on the left.
LG405
(Fig. 45)
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Figure 46
10. Position the Log Front Left. PosLog Front Left
tion the log front left by holding the log
with the wide end toward the front and the narrow end toward the back. Set the rectangular
indentation located on the bottom of this log
over the rectangular protrusion on the far left
end of the log grate left. Lay the pointed end
of the log over the burner overlay outside
the log rear left. (Fig. 46)
11. Position the Log Front Middle
Left. Position the log front middle
left by holding the log with the wide
end toward the front and the narrow
end toward the back. Set the round
indentation located on the bottom
of this log over the round protrusion
on the rear left log. Set the log over the
fettle where the V-shaped end on the front
of this log (split area) comes in contact with the
second left tine on the fettle. (Fig. 46)
Log Front
Log Front Right
LG405
rear logs
3/05
Middle Left
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LG404
Log Front Middle
Right (DVT44)
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Figure 47
Log Front
Middle (DVT38)
LG407
Figure 48
Log Rear Upper
Middle (DVT44IN
Only)
Log Front
Upper Right
LG407
DVT38
front middle log
3/05
LG406
12. Position the Log Front Middle Right.
DVT38IN only. Hold the log with the pointed end toward
the back and the wide end toward the front. Set the
rectangular indentation located on the bottom of
this log over the third right tine on the grate. Lay the
pointed end of the log over the flat area located on
the pointed end of the front middle log. (Fig. 47)
DVT44IN only. Hold the log with the pointed end toward
the back and the wide end toward the front. Set the
V-shaped end on the front of this log (split area) on
the third right tine on the grate. Lay the pointed end
of the log over the flat area located on the pointed
end of the front middle log. (Fig. 46)
13. Position the Log Front Right. Hold the log with the
pointed end toward the back and Y-branch toward
the front. Set the rectangular indentation located on
the bottom over the rectangular protrusion located
on the right grate log. Lay the pointed end of the log
over the notched part of the overlay. When the log is
in place, the pointed end is located on the left of the
pilot assembly. (Fig. 46 )
14. Position the Log Front Upper Right. Hold the log
with notched end toward the front and the pointed end
toward the back. Set the notched end over the front
right log. Lay the pointed end over the manifold tube
located to the right of the burner housing. (Fig. 48)
15. DVT44IN only. Position the Log Rear Upper
Middle. Hold the log with split detail toward the
front and the flat end toward the back. Set the
round indentation located on the bottom over
the round protrusion located on the rear left
log toward the back. Set the right end of the
log on the split end located on the right rear
log toward the left. When this log is in place, it
sets side to side. (Fig. 48)
NOTE: Refer to Figures 49 and 50 for complete logset.
LG406
Upper logs
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Volcanic Rock
Small Lava Rock
Ember Material
LG484
Fig. 49 DVT38IN logset complete.
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Volcanic Rock
Ember Material
LG482
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Flame Characteristics
SIT Top Convertible
It is important to periodically perform a visual check
of the pilot and burner flames. Compare them to the
illustrations below. (Figs. 51 & 52)
If the flame patterns appear abnormal contact a
qualified service provider for service and adjustment.
FP1777
DVT38
Fig. 51 Correct pilot flame appearance.
Figure 52
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Trim Installation
CAUTION: Allow fireplace to cool if it has been
in operation.
Trim components: Top frame assembly, bottom
trim assembly, right and left trim assemblies.
NOTE: Place trim pieces with magnets facing
window frame.
Nailing Flange
1. Place bottom trim on the bottom of the window
frame. NOTE: Final adjustments will be made
once all trim pieces are in place.
2. The right and left trim piece have a 45° notch
on the back corner of the top end. (Fig. 53)
Place the right trim against the right side of the
Trim
window frame, making sure the bottom is overlapping the bottom trim piece. The right side
of the trim should butt up against the right side
nailing flange of the fireplace.
3. Place the left trim on the left side of the window
frame as in Step 2.
4. Place the top trim piece so the ends overlap
both the right and left side trim pieces.
5. Adjust the top trim so the top butts up against
the top nailing flange and the sides are butted
up against the side nailing flanges and the top
trim. Once the top trims are in place, move the
bottom trim up until it fits securely with the botFig. 54 Trim frame in place.
tom of the side trims.
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KT601
Fig. 53 The right and left trim pieces have a 45° notch on the
back corner of the top end when properly installed.
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Lighting & Operating Instructions
For Fireplaces equipped with American Flame Automatic Control System (IN or IP)
Warning: If you do not follow these instructions exactly, a fire or explosion may
result, causing property damage, personal injury and loss of life.
For Your Safety, Read the Following Warnings
before Lighting the Appliance
A. This fireplace is equipped with an ignition device
which automatically lights the pilot and main burner.
The pilot and burner light automatically with the hand
held remote control only. DO NOT try to light the
pilot by hand. Before lighting this appliance, follow
these instructions exactly.
B. BEFORE OPERATING, smell all around the
appliance area for gas. Be sure to smell next to
the floor because some gas is heavier than the air
and will settle on the floor.
What to do if you smell gas
• Do not try to light any appliance.
•
•
•
Do not operate any electrical switch.
Do not use any phone in your building.
Immediately call your gas supplier from a
neighbor’s phone. Follow the gas suppliers
instructions.
• If you cannot contact your gas supplier call the
Fire Department
C. Do not use this appliance if any part has been under
water. Immediately call a qualified service technician
to inspect the appliance and replace any part of the
control system and any gas control that has been
under water.
Lighting Instructions
1. STOP! Read the safety information above before
Spark to Pilot
continuing.
Pilot Assembly
2. Turn off all electrical power to the appliance.
3. This appliance is equipped with an ignition device
“S” Connection
Connect to Module
which automatically lights the pilot. DO NOT try to
light the pilot by hand.
4. Turn the wireless remote OFF.
Pilot Gas
Black Plastic Cap
Connection Side or Back
5. Wait five (5) minutes to clear out any gas.
“I” Connection
Pilot
Connect to
Then smell for gas, including near the floor.
Adjustment
Motor Wires
Module
Screw
If you smell gas, STOP. Follow instruction B
in the safety warnings above. If you do not
smell gas, go on to the next step.
Motor Drive
6. Turn ON all electrical power to the
appliance.
7. Turn wireless remote ON.
9. If the appliance will not operate, follow the
instructions TURNING OFF THE GAS TO
Minimum Rate
Screw
THE APPLIANCE, and call your service
Pilot Internal Solenoid
technician or gas supplier.
Main Valve Internal Solenoid
Connection
Orange & White Wires
Connection
Green & White Wires
Turning Off the Gas to the Appliance
1/2” NPT X 1/2” Flare
Shut-off Valve
1. Turn the wireless remote to the OFF position.
2. Turn OFF all electrical power to the fireplace if
service is required.
3. Turn the shut-off valve on the gas supply line to
the OFF position.
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1/2” Gas Tight or
Tinned Copper
(from valve)
FP297A
(Not provided)
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FP297A
INSTA VENT FREE
UVHB26 GAS SUPPLY
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Troubleshooting
American Flame Gas Control System
If erratic system behavior is observed that cannot be resolved by the methods outlined below, ensure that there is
not a transmitter with batteries installed that may be interfering. If a transmitter is packed with batteries installed, its
buttons may be depressed sending a constant signal which can interfere with the transmission of desired signals. A
transmitter with new batteries can have a range of over 100’ (30.4 m).
Module will not learn transmitter
• Ensure the REMOTE/OFF switch on the side of the module is set to REMOTE.
• Make sure the batteries in both the transmitter and receiver are installed in the
proper direction and are not drained. Individual battery voltage should be no less
than 1.4V for AA and AAA batteries, 2.8V for button cells, and 9,0V for 12V batteries.
• Verify the transmitter indicates a signal is being sent. With thermostat transmitters, the LCD display should indicate ON or OFF depending on which button is
being pressed. The LED indicator should illuminate on wall transmitters and on/off
hand-held transmitters. Buttons should be pressed and held for 1 to 2 seconds to
ensure a complete signal is sent.
• Make sure the transmitter is within the 20’ (6 m) operational range of the receiver.
• Ensure the 4-pin lead-set is securely connected from the battery pack to the
control module’s AUX connection. If the A/C power adapter is used, make sure the
leads from the adapter are securely connected to the POWER terminals on the
control module.
• Press and hold the LEARN button on the module for approximately 10 seconds
to clear the memory (you should hear a series of beeps from the receiver). Then
press and release the learn button (you should hear a single beep from the
receiver), immediately press either the ON or OFF button on the transmitter (you
should hear a series of beeps indicating the transmitter code has been learned).
Pilot will not light/stay lit
• Verify the gas supply is turned on.
• Verify the receiver is receiving the signal from the transmitter by listening for a
beep from the receiver when ON is pressed on the transmitter. If you do not hear
a beep, ensure the module has learned the transmitter (see above).
• Ensure the orange lead from the pilot assembly igniter is securely connected to
the terminal labeled “I” and the white lead from the flame rectification sensor is
securely connected to the terminal labeled “S” on the control module.
• Make sure the orange and white leads from the module are securely connected to
the terminals labeled “PILOT” on the valve body.
• Ensure the black GROUND wire is securely connected to an appropriate metal
portion of the valve or pilot assembly. A proper ground is essential to spark
igniter operation.
• Make certain the pilot flame is in contact with the flame rectification sensor on the
pilot assembly. This valve is equipped with a pilot flame adjustment screw. If the
pilot flame is too small it will not contact the flame rectification sensor and will not
complete the safety circuit.
Pilot flame is always on/ will
not extinguish
• Ensure the CONTINUOUS PILOT switch on the control module is set to OFF.
• Check the handheld transmitter display for the word “PILOT” on the LCD screen. If
this is displayed, press and hold the CONTINUOUS PILOT button on the handheld transmitter for approximately 10 seconds to turn off continuous pilot mode.
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Troubleshooting American Flame Gas Control System (continued)
Main flame will not light
• Verify the gas supply is turned on.
• Ensure the pilot flame will ignite. If not, see pilot flame troubleshooting above.
• Make sure the green and white leads from the module are securely connected to
the terminals labeled “MAIN: on the valve body.
• Make certain the pilot flame is in contact with the flame rectification sensor on the
pilot assembly. This valve is equipped with a pilot flame adjustment screw. If the
pilot flame is too small it will not contact the flame rectification sensor and will not
complete the safety circuit.
Flame height adjustment will
not work/works backwards
• Ensure the pilot flame is properly located to ignite the main flame.
• Ensure the black and red leads from the battery pack or the AF4000 110H/L
module are securely connected to the red and black leads from the motor drive
located on the valve body (red to red and black to black).
• Make sure the Pulse/Continuous button on the Power Module is set to Continuous
mode. If flame does not continuously change (increase or decrease in size) while
holding down the ON H/L button, the power module mode must be changed. Hold
down the Pulse/Continuous button on the Power Module for 10 to 15 seconds to
change mode from pulse to continuous. Re-try flame adjustment.
• Check functionality with all transmitters to determine if there is an issue with the
main control system or an individual transmitter. If the issue is with an individual
transmitter, make sure the batteries in both the transmitter and receiver are
installed in the proper direction and are not drained. Individual battery voltage
should be no less than 1.4V for AA and AAA batteries, 2.8V for button cells, and
9.0V for 12V batteries.
Room temperature displayed on handheld transmitter is not correct.
(When using thermostatic
transmitters only)
• Ensure the transmitter was not recently stored in a different environment (air-con-
Unit will not respond in
THERMO mode.
(When using thermostatic
transmitters only)
• Ensure the thermostatic transmitter is within the 20’ operational range.
• Make sure an ON or OFF command was not last sent from another transmitter.
ditioned, heated) from that in which the transmitter is being tested. It may take up
to 3 hours for the temperature inside a packaged transmitter, and several minutes
for an unpackaged transmitter, to equalize with the room temperature.
These commands will override the thermal commands from the handheld transmitter. To return the system to THERMO mode, press either ON or OFF on the
thermostatic transmitter, then press the MODE button to put the system in THERMO mode. Press and hold the SET button to change the set temperature.
• Verify the set temperature on the thermostatic remote is at least 2 degrees above
or below the room temperature. The system will not react to temperatures within 2
degrees of the set temperature.
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American Flame Gas Control System Error Codes
Ignition Safety: Protection for Ignition System
Error Code: One beep every one second
Description of Fault: Warn users if the pilot is not successfully ignited in 60 seconds.
How to Clear: Press OFF then ON buttons to re-attempt ignition.
What to Check:
• Ensure gas supply is turned on.
• Ensure orange/white leads from module are plugged into the “PILOT” connection on the valve body.
• Verify the lead from igniter on pilot assembly is connected to the “I” terminal on the module.
• Verify lead from flame sensor on pilot assembly is connected to the “S” terminal on the module.
• Verify that the black ground lead form the module is connected to a proper ground on the fireplace.
• Ensure there is no blockage in the pilot line.
Sensor Safety: Protection for Flame Sensor
Error Code: 4 beeps every one second
Description of Fault: Warn users the pilot flame sensor detects a pilot flame already present when ignition sequence
is initiated. This fault will also occur if pilot flame sensor is shorted to ground.
How to Clear: Press OFF then ON buttons to re-attempt normal ignition.
What to Check:
• Check if pilot flame is actually present when valve is turned OFF (valve replacement necessary if yes).
• Replace pilot assembly.
• Replace module.
Thermal Safety: Overheat Protection
Error Code: 4 beeps every two seconds.
Description of Fault: Warn users that the module’s internal temperature has exceeded 170° F (77° C).
How to Clear: Module’s internal temperature must cool to below 160° F (71° C) and then press ON button.
What to Check:
• Is module located in unapproved location, too close to burner?
• Move to cooler location.
Communication Safety: (NOTE: This feature is only available when transmitter includes an LCD screen).
Error Code: One beep every four seconds.
Description of Fault: Warn users that the transmitter and receiver are not communicating properly.
What to Check:
• Verify batteries in both transmitter and receiver are new.
• Ensure transmitter is located within 20 feet (6 m) of receiver.
• Ensure transmitter is not placed in metal enclosure or laying directly on top of a metal surface as this can interfere
with transmission.
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Fuel Conversion Instructions
WARNING! This conversion kit shall be installed
by a qualified service agency in accordance with
the manufacturer’s instructions and all applicable codes and requirements of the authority
having jurisdiction. If the information in these
instructions is not followed exactly, a fire, explosion or production of carbon monoxide may
result causing property damage, personal injury
or loss of life. The qualified service agency is
responsible for the proper installation of this
kit. The installation is not proper and complete
until the operation of the converted appliance
is checked as specified in the manufacturer’s
instructions supplied with the kit.
assemblies. Using 3/8” hex, remove the two (2) hex
nuts (located between the burner tube assembly and
the burner housing) holding the burner tube to the
base pan assembly.
4. Using a 3/8” hex, remove two (2) hex nuts holding
the left burner leg and remove the two (2) hex nut
that tie the burner housing to the right and left burner
leg. Remove burner leg. (Fig. 55)
CAUTION: The gas supply shall be shut off prior
to disconnecting the electrical power, before proceeding with the conversion.
Avertissement: Cette trousse de conversion
Ne doit être installée que par le représentant d’un
organisme qualifié et conformément aux instructions du fabricant et aux codes et exigences
pertinentes de l’autorité compétente. Quiconque
ne respecte pas à la lettre les instrucitons du
présent guide risque de déclencher un incendie,
une explosion ou le dégagement de monoxyde
de carbone entraînant des dommages matériels, des lésions corporelles ou la perte de vies
humaines. L’organisme qualifié qui effectur les
travaux est responsible de l’installation de cette
trousse. L’installation n’est pas terminée tant que
le fonctionnement de l’appareil converti n’a pas
été vérifié selon la notice du fabricant qui accompagne la trousse.
ATTENTION: Avant d’effectuer la conversin, coupez
d’abord l’limentation en gaz, ensuite, coupez
l’alimentation électrique.
Remove
Hex Nuts
FP1559a
Fig. 55 Use 3/8” socket to remove hex nuts holding left
burner leg.
5. Slide the burner housingFP1559a
assembly to the left and
away. Adjust air shutter setting. Pull burner tube
remove nuts
assembly forward and out. Adjust air shutter setting.
Refer to Table 2 on Page3/05
41.
6. Replace the three (3) injectors. Refer to Table 1.
7. Replace pilot orifice.
8. Remove pilot hood by lifting up. (Fig. 56) NOTE: It
is not necessary to remove the pilot tube for conversion.
9. Remove pilot orifice with 5/32” Allen wrench. (Fig.
57)
Pilot Hood
Conversion Precautions
Allow unit to cool if it has been operating.
Before proceeding with conversion, turn gas supply
OFF. Turn OFF any electricity that may be going to appliance.
Conversion Procedure
1. Remove glass frame. Refer to Glass Frame Assembly section on Page 26.
2. Remove lava rock, volcanic rock, embers and logs.
CAUTION: Logs may be hot.
3. With a Phillips or Robertson screwdriver, remove
the two (2) screws holding the fettle to the burner
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Bracket
CO133
Fig. 56 Remove pilot hood.
CO133
pilot hood
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Allen Wrench
Index Tab
Snap Ring
CO134
Fig. 57 Remove pilot orifice.
10. Install the conversion orifice.
11. Reinstall pilot hood. Be sure to align hood with
CO134
index tab.
AF pilot orifice
Converting the Gas3/07
Control Valve
The AF4000 electronic control valve is convertible from
natural gas to propane gas by changing the minimum
rate screw in the valve and by rotating a plastic knob
located under a black cap on the top face of the valve.
1. Refer to Control System Installation section on Page
8 for instructions to gain access to the electronic
control valve.
2. Remove the black cap by pulling the cap straight
off. Note the position of the marker on the top of the
rotary knob. This marker will point to NAT or LP. (Fig.
58)
5. Replace the minimum rate screw with the one
provided in the LP conversion kit supplied with this
fireplace. Ensure the screw is fully installed.
6. After the conversion has been made, check the
manifold outlet pressure with a manometer at the
test ports located at the right side front edge of the
fireplace opening. The lower test port is manifold
outlet pressure.
CAUTION: Turn off the gas supply before
removing test port plug.
Check Manifold Pressure
7. Using a 7/16” nut driver, remove the threaded plug
from the test port.
8. Thread the supplied brass extension adaptor fully
into the open test port.
9. Attach a 1/4” diameter pressure gauge flexible hose
fully onto the barb of the adaptor.
10. Turn on gas supply and operate valve with remote
control as needed to indicate gas pressure. The
manifold pressure for LP should be 10” wcp. The
manifold pressure for NG should be 3.5” wcp.
CAUTION: Turn off the valve and gas supply before removing test port adaptor and
replacing plug.
11. After test, remove adaptor and replace plug.
12 . Turn on gas supply and check that plugs are tight
and leak free.
13. Install the enclosed identification label to the valve
body where it can easily be seen.
14. Test for Leaks
• Apply gas to the system and light the pilot.
• With a soapy solution check for leaks around the
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Minimum Rate
Screw
Fig. 58 Remove black plastic cap and adjust rotary knob to
correct gas type. (LP position shown) Replace minimum rate
screw with one supplied in coversion kit.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
pilot assembly where the tube enters the pilot assembly. Tighten fitting if necessary.
• With the main burner “ON” check for leaks
around the burner orifice. Be careful of the
burner flame. Tighten orifice if necessary.
Replace burner to original position.
Replace burner leg.
Replace burner tube and fettle.
Follow instructions starting on Page 28 to reinstall
logs, lava rock, volcanic rock and embers.
Replace glass frame.
3. To convert the valve from NG to LP, push in the knob
and rotate 90° (1/4 turn). NOTE: The shaft should
point to LP and the shaft will remain pushed in.
4. Remove the minimum rate screw, using a small
screwdriver, located in the valve next to the motor
drive. (Fig. 58)
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Table 1 Injector Orifice Size Matrix
Kit #
20011992
Model
DVT38IP
20012367
DVT44IP
Front
Part #
#66 20009182
(.033”)
#63 20006251
(.037”)
Conversion to LP
Burner Orifice
Middle
Part #
#59
20000664
(.041”)
#57
20004587
(.043”)
Input (BTU/hr)
Rear
Part #
Minimum Maximum
#50 30000337
34,000
46,000
(.070”)
#49 20006252
45,000
60,000
(.073”)
Table 2 Air Shutter Settings
Model
DVT38IP
DVT44IP
2
Conversion to LP
Burner Tube
Burner Housing
Air Shutter Setting
Air Shutter Setting
Fully open
n/a
Fully open
Fully open
Table 3 Valve Minimum Rate Screw
Model
DVT38IP
DVT44IP
20011956
Size
#31 (.120”)
No Shank Screw
Part #
20012364
20012264
Pilot Flame Adjustment
Typically, the top 3/8” or 1/2” of the pilot flame sensor
should be engulfed in the pilot flame. (Page 33, Fig. 55)
To adjust pilot burner:
1. Locate pilot adjustment screw on the valve next to
the black plastic cap. Refer to Page 35.
2. Adjust pilot screw to provide proper sized flame.
Only a small adjustment should be needed.
NOTE: Do not rotate screw excessively. Do not adjust
any other screws on the valve.
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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 refit 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.
Cleaning the Control System
The burner and control system consist of:
• burner tube
• gas orifice
• pilot assembly • 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.
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.
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 pilot flame sensor
should be engulfed in the pilot flame. (Page 33, Fig. 51)
To adjust pilot burner:
1. Locate pilot adjustment screw on the valve next to
the black plastic cap. (Refer to Page 35)
2. Adjust pilot screw to provide proper sized flame.
Only a small adjustment should be needed.
NOTE: Do not rotate screw excessively. Do not adjust
any other screws on the valve.
1. Turn off main gas shut-off valve.
2. Allow fireplace to cool if it has been operating.
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.
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1 DVT38
1 DVT44
1i
1e
1c
1d
1d
1a
1g
1c
1b
1j
1b
1j
1g
1n
1e
1d
1f
1h
1k
1o
1a
1n
1h
1k
1o
1i
1l
1l
1p
1p
1m
1m
2
6
3
7
5
15
18
13
12
11a,b
16
10a,b
8
19
9a,b
14
21
9a,b
10a,b
22 11a,b
ON H/L
OFF/CONTINUOUS
PILOT BUTTON
23
4a
24
25
28
30d
30b
26
30c
30a
17
30
CFM Corporation reserves the right to make changes in design, materials, specifications, prices and discontinue colors and products at any time,
without notice.
11956
DVT38IN, DVT44IN
DVT38/44 parts
3/07 djt
For Units: GFYN5Q0, GFYN500
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Chateau™
DVT38IN, DVT44IN
Ref.
1.
1a.
1b.
1c.
1d.
1e.
1f.
1g.
1h.
1i.
1j.
1k.
1l.
1m.
1n.
1o.
1p.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9a.
9a.
9b.
9b.
10a.
10a.
10b.
10b.
11a.
11a.
11b.
11b.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
44
Description
Log Set (Complete)
Log Grate Right
Log Front Left
Log Front Middle Left
Log Front Upper Right
Log Front Right
Log Rear Upper Middle
Log Grate Left
Log Rear Right
Log Grate Burner
Log Front Middle Right
Log Rear Left
Log Burner Overlay
Small Lava Rock Package
Volcanic Rock
Bag of Glowing Embers
Restrictor
Andiron Assembly
Fettle
Ceramic Refractory
Refractory Set Complete
(continued)
Colonial Red
DVT38CRR
GAFC5Q0
DVT44CRR
GAFC500
Spring Latch Assembly
Burner Housing Assembly
Burner Tube Assembly
Manifold Tube Assembly
Front Orifice #53 (.059”) - Natural
Front Orifice #54 (.055”) - Natural
Front Orifice #63 (.037”) - LP
Front Orifice #66 (.033”) - LP
Middle Orifice #40 (.098”) - Natural
Middle Orifice #54 (.055”) - Natural
Middle Orifice #57 (.043”) - LP
Middle Orifice #59 (.041”) - LP
Rear Orifice #23 (.154”) - Natural
Rear Orifice #30 (.128”) - Natural
Rear Orifice #45 (.082”) - LP
Rear Orifice #50 (.070”) - LP
Minimum Rate Screw - LP
American Flame Valve AF-4034-IN Assembly
DC Motor, Valve
Main Module
AC Adaptor
24” Wire Harness
Pilot Assy 3way N/DV Top Convertible - IN
Remote Control
Battery Back-up Accessory Kit Optional (not shown)
DVT38IN
DVT44IN
20011953
20011954
20011977 (F39) 20011964 (F54)
20011965 (F32) 20011965 (F32)
20011966 (F33) 20011966 (F33)
20011967 (F41) 20011967 (F41)
20011968 (F42) 20011968 (F42)
-20011969 (F43)
20011978 (F40) 20011970 (F44)
20011971 (F34) 20012714 (F45)
20011972 (F35) 20011972 (F35)
20011973 (F36) 20011973 (F36)
20011974 (F37) 20012715 (F46)
20011975 (F38) 20011976 (F55)
57897
57897
20000376
20000376
51915
51915
20006959
20005817
20011952
20011952
20011950
20011951
Limestone
Herringbone
DVT38CRL
GAPC5Q0
DVT44CRL
GAPC500
DVT38CRH DVT44CRH
GALC5Q0
GALC500
20005788
20009063
20009081
20008991
-20000130
-20009182
-20000130
-20000664
-20009175
-30000337
20012364
20011893
20011898
20011895
20011900
20012258
10002387
20011904
DVTBBK
20005788
20009029
20008984
20008991
20007347
-20006251
-20004263
-20004587
-20009044
-20010169
-20012264
20011893
20011898
20011895
20011900
20012258
10002387
20011904
DVTBBK
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Chateau™
DVT38IN, DVT44IN
Ref.
21.
22.
23.
24.
25.
26.
27.
28.
29.
30.
30a.
30b.
30c.
30d.
31.
(continued)
Description
Power Module (DC System Only)
Glass Frame Assembly
Glass Assembly
Pressure Test Adaptor
Outer Pipe Aluminum Foil Tape
Plate, Restrictor
Milpac Tube (not shown)
Front Burner Lighting Hood
Cement Rutland (not shown)
Complete Trim Set
Top Trim
Bottom Trim
Left Side Trim
Right Side Trim
Label Hang Tag
Fuel Conversion Kits
Conversion Kit, NG to LP
DVT38IN
DVT44IN
Conversion Kit, LP to NG
DVT38IN
DVT44IN
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DVT38IN
20011901
20012242
20012243
20012312
20006169
20006663
53326
10009824
30000524T
20010894
20010901
20010904
20010903
20010902
20012476
DVT44IN
20011901
20012240
20012241
20012312
20006169
20006757
53326
10009824
30000524T
20010893
20010897
20010900
20010899
20010898
20012575
Kit #20011992
Kit #20012367
Kit #20013199
Kit #20013200
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Chateau™
Accessories
Back-up Battery Kit
All Models: DVTBBK
Follow instructions provided with the kit or on Page 9 for
installation.
Wall Mountable Wireless
Remote Transmitter
All Models: Part # 20012267.
Refer to Page 8 for installation.
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Ceramic Refractory Kits
Ceramic refractory panels are available in kit form for
the DVT38IN and DVT44.
Fireplace
Kit Model
Description
DVT38IN
DVT38CRR
Colonial Red
DVT38IN
DVT38CRL
Limestone
DVT38IN
DVT38CRH
Herringbone
DVT44IN
DVT44CRR
Colonial Red
DVT44IN
DVT44CRL
Limestone
DVT44IN
DVT44CRH
Herringbone
Follow instructions on Page 27 for installation.
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LIMITED LIFETIME WARRANTY
Chateau™
PRODUCT COVERED BY THIS WARRANTY
All Vermont Castings brand gas stoves, gas inserts, and gas fireplaces installed in the United States of America
or Canada.
LIMITED LIFETIME WARRANTY
CFM Corporation (hereinafter referred to as CFM) warrants that all
cast iron parts, the combustion chamber, ceramic burner, and heat
exchanger of every Vermont Castings gas product will be free of
defective material or workmanship during the period the product
is owned by the original owner subject to proof of purchase and
the conditions and limitations listed on this warranty document.
BASIC ONE-YEAR WARRANTY
CFM warrants to the original owner that your new Vermont Castings
Gas Appliance is free from defects in material or workmanship
for a period of one year from the date of purchase, subject to the
following conditions and limitations. Labor to replace these parts
is covered for one year, reimbursed per our warranty service fee
schedule.
COMPONENT WARRANTY LIMITATATIONS
PORCELAIN ENAMEL FINISHED PARTS: CFM offers no warranty on
chipping of enamel surfaces. Inspect all products prior to accepting
them 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. Color lot variations with parts and/or
accessories can occur and are not covered by warranty.
GLASS: Glass is not warranted for breakage due to misuse or accident.
Glass is not covered for discoloration or stains due to environmental
issues, or improper cleaning and maintenance.
PLATED PARTS AND ACCESSORIES: Brass, nickel, and gold parts
should be cleaned with Lemon oil only. Commercial cleaners cannot
be used. Mortar mix and masonry cleaners corrode the brass
finish. The CFM will not be responsible for, nor will it warrant any
brass parts which are damaged by external chemicals or down
draft conditions.
ACCESSORIES: Unless otherwise noted, CFM supplied accessories
are covered for a period of one year.
GENERAL CONDITIONS AND LIMITATIONS
• This Vermont Castings product must be installed or serviced by
a qualified installer, preferably NFI or WETT (Canada) certified,
as prescribed by the local jurisdiction. 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 Vermont Castings branded CFM products.
• Parts covered under the Limited Lifetime Warranty will be covered
for the lifetime of the appliance up to a maximum of seven (7)
years after CFM discontinues the model. The maximum amount
recoverable under this warranty is limited to the purchase price of
the product and, if CFM is unable to provide replacement or repair
in an expedient and cost effective manner, CFM may discharge all
obligations under this warranty by refunding the purchase price of
the product.
• Any labor and related repair charges relating to the cost and
expenses of replacing or repairing defective components under
the Limited Lifetime Warranty are not covered, except as provided
for under the Basic One-Year Warranty.
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•
•
a)
b)
•
a)
b)
c)
d)
Any part or component replaced under the provisions of this
warranty is covered for six months or the remainder of the original
warranty, whichever is longest.
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. IN NO EVENT SHALL
CFM BE LIABLE FOR ANY INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL
DAMAGES CAUSED BY DEFECTS IN THE PRODUCT 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 product
The warranties as outlined within this document do not apply to
chimney components or other non CFM Corporation 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:
Down drafts or spillage caused by environmental conditions such
as near-by trees, buildings, roof tops, hills, or mountains.
Inadequate ventilation or negative air pressure caused by
mechanical systems such as furnaces, fans, clothes dryers, etc.
This warranty is void if:
The fireplace has been operated in atmospheres contaminated
by chlorine, fluorine, or other damaging chemicals.
The fireplace has been subjected to prolonged periods of dampness
or condensation
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.
Any alteration, willful abuse, accident, or misuse of the product
has occurred.
IF WARRANTY SERVICE IS NEEDED...
Contact your installing Vermont Castings dealer. Make sure
you have your warranty, your sales receipt, the model number
and serial number of your CFM product. If you’re the installing
dealer is unknown or unable to provide necessary parts or
service, a list of Authorized Vermont Casting dealers can be
located on the internet at www.vermontcastings.com
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Efficiency Ratings
Model
DVT38IN
DVT38IP
DVT44IN
DVT44IP
EnerGuide Ratings
Fireplace Efficiency (%)
48.2
48.2
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CFM Corporation
2695 Meadowvale Blvd. • Mississauga, Ontario, Canada L5N 8A3
800-668-5323 • www.cfmcorp.com