Vermont Castings 968 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.
FOR YOUR SAFETY
Installation and service must
be performed by a qualified
installer, service agency or
the gas supplier.
Natural Vent Insert
Models: LHER20
LHEC20
LHER30
LHEC30
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.
Homeowner's Installation and
Operating Manual
DE S I GN
CE
CERTIFIED
RTIFI E D
INSTALLER: Leave this manual with the appliance.
CONSUMER: Retain this manual for future reference.
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LHE Series Natural Vent Insert
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 insert.
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 manufacturers' warranty.
Installation Instruction
Important Curing/Burning Instructions ................................................................................................3
Locating Your Fireplace Insert ............................................................................................................3
Insert Applications ..............................................................................................................................3
Fireplace & Trim Dimensions .............................................................................................................4
Mantels ...............................................................................................................................................5
Framing & Finishing ............................................................................................................................5
Zero Clearance Applications ...............................................................................................................5
Gas Specifications ..............................................................................................................................6
Gas Inlet & Manifold Pressures ..........................................................................................................6
High Elevations ...................................................................................................................................6
Preparation .........................................................................................................................................6
Gas Line Installation ...........................................................................................................................6
Gas Supply Pressures ........................................................................................................................7
Fan Kit ................................................................................................................................................7
Fan Removal Instructions ...................................................................................................................7
Installation of Trim Switch for RN/RP Gas Valves ..............................................................................7
Venting and Installation ......................................................................................................................8
Common Flue Installations .................................................................................................................9
Liner Installation .................................................................................................................................9
Draft Relief Opening ...........................................................................................................................9
Test Chimney Draw.............................................................................................................................9
Vent Safety System ..........................................................................................................................10
Vent Safety Switch Access ...............................................................................................................10
Ceramic Refractory Installation ........................................................................................................10
Operating Instructions
General Glass Information ............................................................................................................... 11
Louvre Removal ...............................................................................................................................11
Glass Cleaning .................................................................................................................................11
Glass Frame Removal ......................................................................................................................11
Log & Burner Lava Rock Installation ................................................................................................ 11
Large Lava Rock Placement ............................................................................................................12
Flame Adjustment ............................................................................................................................12
Flame Characteristics .......................................................................................................................12
First Firing .........................................................................................................................................13
Lighting & Operating Instructions ....................................................................................................14
Troubleshooting Gas Control (820 Millivolt Gas Valve) ....................................................................15
Troubleshooting Gas Control (Honeywell) .......................................................................................16
Instructions for RF Comfort Control Valve ........................................................................................17
Maintenance
Cleaning the Standing Pilot Control System .....................................................................................21
Trim Cleaning ...................................................................................................................................21
Replacement Parts ..............................................................................................................................................22
Optional Accessories
Remote Controls ...............................................................................................................................25
Zero Clearance Kit ............................................................................................................................25
Trim Options .....................................................................................................................................25
Warranty ...............................................................................................................................................................26
EnerGuide ...........................................................................................................................................................28
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LHE Series Natural Vent Insert
Installation & Operating Instructions
This gas appliance should be installed by a qualified installer in
accordance with local building codes and with current CSAB149.1 Installation codes for Gas Burning Appliances and
Equipment. FOR U.S. Installations follow local codes and/or the
current National Fuel Gas Code ANSI Z223.1/NFPA 54.
In the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, all gas fittings and
installation of this heater shall only be done by a licensed gas
fitter or licensed plumber.
FOR SAFE INSTALLATION AND OPERATION OF YOUR
GAS FIREPLACE PLEASE NOTE THE FOLLOWING:
1. This appliance 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 appliance and should stay
away to avoid burns or ignition of clothing.
3. Children should be carefully supervised when they are in the
same room as your appliance.
4. Under no circumstances should this appliance be modified.
Parts removed for servicing should be replaced prior to
operating this appliance again.
5. Installation and any repairs to this appliance should be carried out by a qualified service person. A professional service
person should be contacted to inspect this appliance annually. Make it a practice to have all of your gas appliances
checked annually. More frequent cleaning may be required
due to excess lint and dust from carpeting, bedding material,
etc.
6. Control compartments, burners and air passages in this appliance 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 unit.
7. The venting system (chimney) of this appliance should be
checked at least once a year and if needed your venting
system should be cleaned.
8. Keep the area around your appliance clear of combustible
materials, gasoline and other flammable vapor and liquids.
This appliance should not be used as a drying rack for clothing, nor should Christmas stockings or decorations be hung
in the area of it.
9. Under no circumstances should any solid fuels (wood, coal,
paper or cardboard etc.) be used in this appliance.
10. Whether the zero clearance kit is installed directly on carpeting, vinyl tile or any combustible material other than wood,
this heater must be installed on a metal or wood panel
extending the full width and depth of the heater. The insert
can not be installed directly onto or into combustibles.
This appliance may be installed in an aftermarket permanently located, manufactured (mobile) home, where
not prohibited by local codes.
This appliance is only for use with the type of gas indicated on the rating plate.
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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WARNING: Check with your electronics manufacturer
before installing a television or other electronic device above this fireplace.
IMPORTANT:
PLEASE READ THE FOLLOWING CAREFULLY
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 ventilated - open
all windows.
It is recommended that you burn your fireplace for at least ten
(10) hours the first time you use it. If optional fan kit has been
installed, place fan in the "OFF" position during this time.
Locating Your Gas Fireplace Insert
with Zero Clearance Kit
X
A
E
B
C
X
X
D
F
FP1249a
Fig. 1 Locating unit with zero clearance kit.
A) Flat on wall
C) Island
E) *Flat on wall corner
B)
D)
FP1249a F)
Cross corner
*Room divider
Chase installation
locating DV unit
with zero clearance kit
NOTE: (Fig. 1)
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* When you install your fireplace in (D) Room divider or (E) Flat
on wall corner positions, a minimum of 6 (X) inches (153mm)
clearance must be maintained from the perpendicular wall and
the outer edge of the trim.
Insert Applications
Before installing the gas fireplace insert, consideration must be
given to the functioning needs of the fireplace. The size of the
fireplace cavity (min. 25¹⁄₄"W x 17¹⁄₄"H x 13¹⁄₂" D (641 x 438 x
343 mm) for the LHEC20 and LHER20, 28³⁄₄"W x 21"H x 15¹⁄₂"D
(730 x 533 x 394 mm) for LHEC30 and LHER30), the design
of the chimney for effective venting should be determined. The
availability of the gas supply as well as electricity for the insert
fan must be confirmed.
Your Natural Vent Insert unit is designed to
be vented vertically with a minimum height
of 12' (4 m) and a maximum vertical height of
35' (11 m).
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LHE Series Natural Vent Insert
Fireplace & Trim Dimensions
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A
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B
C
Insulation
P
M
U
Q V
K
Zero Clearance Kit
T
S
E
F
O
R
Minimum Fireplace
Insert Opening
1
2
3
4
5
T
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F
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R
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C
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M
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Air Circulating Channel
LHESSB
LHESLB/LHEABSL/LHESLGA
LHECSLB/LHECSLMB/LHECSLSA
LHEACNSS FP1248
LHETCK
Minimum fireplace
A-1
B-1
A-2
B-2
A-3
B-3
A-4
B-4
A-5
B-5
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
M
N
O
P
Q
R
S
T
U
V
opening
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LHEC20
20⁷⁄₈"
30³⁄₄"
24¹⁄₄"
37¹⁄₂"
24¹⁄₄"
38¹⁄₈"
20³⁄₄"
30⁷⁄₈"
28"
45"
25⁵⁄₈"
16¹⁄₂"
35"
26⁵⁄₈"
13"
17"
13³⁄₈"
19¹⁄₈"
15"
10¹⁄₂"
8¹⁄₂"
37¹⁄₄"
19¹⁄₈"
27¹⁄₄"
17¹⁄₄"
25¹⁄₄"
13¹⁄₂"
17"
13³⁄₄"
18"
(530 mm)
(781 mm)
(616 mm)
(952 mm)
(616 mm)
(968 mm)
(527 mm)
(784 mm)
(711 mm)
(1143 mm)
(651 mm)
(419 mm)
(889 mm)
(676 mm)
(331 mm)
(432 mm)
(340 mm)
(486 mm)
(381 mm)
(266 mm)
(216 mm)
(946 mm)
(486 mm)
(692 mm)
(438 mm)
(641 mm)
(343 mm)
(432 mm)
(349 mm)
(457 mm)
Gas Inlet Knockout
Q - Fireplace opening height
R - Fireplace opening
width
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LHE spces
S - Depth of insert
5/035360
T - Firebox width
at insert depth(S)
LHE
ac spces
LHER20
20⁷⁄₈"
30³⁄₄"
24¹⁄₄"
37¹⁄₂"
24¹⁄₄"
38¹⁄₈"
20³⁄₄"
30⁷⁄₈"
28"
45"
25⁵⁄₈"
16"
35"
26⁵⁄₈"
14"
17¹⁄₄"
13¹⁄₈"
19³⁄₈"
15"
11¹⁄₂"
8¹⁄₂"
37¹⁄₄"
19¹⁄₈"
27¹⁄₄"
17¹⁄₄"
25¹⁄₄"
14"
17"
14"
18"
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(530 mm)
(781 mm)
(616 mm)
(952 mm)
(616 mm)
(968 mm)
(527 mm)
(784 mm)
(711 mm)
(1143 mm)
(651 mm)
(406 mm)
(889 mm)
(676 mm)
(355 mm)
(438 mm)
(333 mm)
(492 mm)
(381 mm)
(292 mm)
(216 mm)
(946 mm)
(486 mm)
(692 mm)
(438 mm)
(641 mm)
(355 mm)
(432 mm)
(355 mm)
(457 mm)
U - Firebox depth at insert back height (V)
V - Insert back height
NOTE: LHESLGA is only available for
Model LHEC30 and LHER30
LHEC30
26³⁄₄"
38¹⁄₄"
28³⁄₁₆"
41"
28¹⁄₄"
41¹¹⁄₁₆"
24³⁄₄"
34⁷⁄₁₆"
32¹⁄₄"
49"
29³⁄₁₆"
16⁷⁄₈"
35"
26⁵⁄₈"
15¹⁄₂"
20³⁄₄"
16"
23¹⁄₄"
17"
12³⁄₄"
8¹⁄₂"
37¹⁄₄"
19¹⁄₈"
27¹⁄₄"
21"
28³⁄₄"
16"
17³⁄₄"
16"
21⁵⁄₁₆"
(680 mm)
(972 mm)
(716 mm)
(1042 mm)
(717 mm)
(1059 mm)
(629 mm
(875 mm)
(819 mm)
(1245 mm)
(741 mm)
(428 mm)
(889 mm)
(676 mm)
(394 mm)
(527 mm)
(406 mm)
(590 mm)
(432 mm)
(324 mm)
(216 mm)
(946 mm)
(486 mm)
(692 mm)
(533 mm)
(730 mm)
(406 mm)
(451 mm)
(406 mm)
(541 mm)
LHER30
26³⁄₄"
38¹⁄₄"
28³⁄₁₆"
41"
28¹⁄₄"
41¹¹⁄₁₆"
24³⁄₄"
34⁷⁄₁₆"
32¹⁄₄"
49"
29³⁄₁₆"
16¹⁄₄"
35"
26⁵⁄₈"
16¹⁄₂"
20³⁄₄"
16"
23¹⁄₄"
18"
13³⁄₄"
8¹⁄₂"
37¹⁄₄"
19¹⁄₈"
27¹⁄₄"
21"
28³⁄₄"
16¹⁄₂"
17³⁄₄"
16¹⁄₂"
21⁵⁄₁₆"
(680 mm)
(972 mm)
(716 mm)
(1042 mm)
(717 mm)
(1059 mm)
(629 mm)
(875 mm)
(819 mm)
(1245 mm)
(741 mm)
(412 mm)
(889 mm)
(676 mm)
(419 mm)
(527 mm)
(406 mm)
(590 mm)
(457 mm)
(349 mm)
(216 mm)
(946 mm)
(486 mm)
(692 mm)
(533 mm)
(730 mm)
(419 mm)
(451 mm)
(419 mm)
(541 mm)
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LHE Series Natural Vent Insert
Mantels
When the unit is installed into a woodburning fireplace,
the minimum distance the mantel can be placed above
the fireplace is governed by local building codes applicable to woodburning fireplaces. Consult local authorities having jurisdiction for these clearances.
For applications requiring the use of a Zero Clearance
Kit, the minimum height a mantel can be installed above
the fireplace is 24" (610mm) from the top of the upper
louvres. The maximum mantel depth is 8" (200mm).
(Fig. 2)
37¹⁄₄" (946mm)
35"
(889mm)
The underside of the mantel will become
warm. Use only finishes which are heat
resistant and do not discolor.
Air Inlet Channel
27¹⁄₄" (692mm)
24" Min.
(610mm)
Drywall
19¹⁄₈"
(486mm)
Finish Wall
Decorative Trim Kit
FP1351
Fig. 3 LHE insert framing dimensions.
FP1251
NOTE: Insulating around
the fireplace will result in
Insert framing
overheating and possible
malfunctioning of the circulatand finishing
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ing fan.
FP1325
Fig. 2 Minimum mantel height above fireplace.
Framing & Finishing
For Zero Clearance Kit applications, it is important to
determine the finishedFP1325
facing material before beginning
Insert mantel
to frame. This will allow
for the thickness of the finishing
height
material between the frame
4/1/03 and
djt the fireplace trim.
Similarly, consideration must be given to the 1" inch
depth of the air inlet channel sitting on the fireplace
base. Finishing material for the hearth should be flush
with the top of the air inlet channel.
If the fireplace is installed at floor level a noncombustible hearth must extend a minimum 12" (305mm) in
front of the fireplace.
If the fireplace is recessed into the wall and at least 12"
(305mm) above floor level, no hearth is required.
Zero Clearance Applications
An alternate air supply is recommended
with this component.
For installation other than in existing woodburning fireplaces such as new construction or renovation projects, a Zero Clearance Kit must be used. The
kit enables these inserts to be installed in combustible
environments. Whenever using a Zero Clearance Kit,
consideration must be given to the dimensions of the
Zero Clearance Kit and the requirements of the Air Kit.
NOTE: If a Zero Clearance Kit is required for models LHEC20/LHER20/LHEC30/LHER30 Natural Vent
Inserts, only the CFM Corporation zero clearance
kit HEZC is approved to be used. When using the
HEZC with insert models LHEC20 or LHER20, the
Trim Closure Kit, LHE20TCK, must also be installed.
The use of wallpaper adjacent to this fireplace is not recommended as high temperatures given off by this fireplace may
adversely effect the binders in the adhesive used to apply the wallpaper.
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LHE Series Natural Vent Insert
Gas Specifications
Model
LHEC20RN
Fuel
Nat. Gas
LHEC20RP
Prop. Gas
LHEC20RFN Nat. Gas
LHEC20RFP Prop. Gas
LHER20RN
Nat. Gas
LHER20RP
Prop. Gas
LHEC30RN
Nat. Gas
LHEC30RP
Prop. Gas
LHEC30RFN Nat. Gas
LHEC30RFP Prop. Gas
LHER30RN
Nat. Gas
LHER30RP
Prop. Gas
Units:
LHEC20RN
LHEC20RP
LHEC20RFN
LHER20RN
LHER20RP
Gas
Control
Millivolt
Hi/Lo
Millivolt
Hi/Lo
Comfort
Control
Comfort
Control
Millivolt
Hi/Lo
Millivolt
Hi/Lo
Millivolt
Hi/Lo
Millivolt
Hi/Lo
Comfort
Control
Comfort
Control
Millivolt
Hi/Lo
Millivolt
Hi/Lo
GICN4B0
GICL4B0
J34KC0
GIRN3B0
GIDN3B0
Max.
Min.
Input
Input
Btu/h Btu/h
20,000 14,000
20,000 15,000
20,000 14,000
20,000 15,000
20,000 14,000
20,000 15,000
30,000 21,000
30,000 22,500
30,000 21,000
30,000 22,500
30,000 21,000
30,000 22,500
LHEC30RN
LHEC30RP
LHEC30RFN
LHEC30RFP
LHER30RN
Air Shutter
Setting
Front Rear
Fully Closed
Open 50%
Fully Fully
Open Open
Fully Closed
Open 50%
Fully Fully
Open Open
Fully Closed
Open 50%
Fully Closed
Open 50%
Fully Closed
Open 15%
Fully Closed
Open 15%
Fully Closed
Open 15%
Fully Closed
Open 15%
Fully Closed
Open 15%
Fully Closed
Open 15%
GINN3H0
GINL3H0
K32KC0
K32LC0
K31A30
Gas Inlet & Manifold Pressures
Natural
LP
Minimum Inlet Pressure
5.5" W.C.
11.0" W.C.
Maximum Inlet Pressure
14.0" W.C. 14.0" W.C.
Manifold Pressure
3.5" W.C.
10.0" W.C.
Do not use this appliance if any part of it
has been under water. Immediately call a
qualified service technician to inspect the
unit and replace any part of the control
which has been under water.
High Elevations
Input ratings are shown in BTU per hour and are
certified without deration for elevations up to
4,500 feet (1,370m) above sea level.
For elevations above 4,500 feet (1,370m) in USA,
installations must be in accordance with the
current ANSI Z223.1/NFPA 54 and/or local codes
having jurisdiction.
In Canada, please consult provincial and/or local
authorities having jurisdiction for installations at
elevations above 4,500 feet (1,370m).
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These gas inserts are approved for installation
in solid fuel burning masonry or zero clearance
fireplaces.
LHEC20 / LHER20 / LHEC30 / LHER30
Certified To
ANSI Z 21.88-2005 / CSA 2.33-2005
Vented Gas Fireplace Heaters
Preparation
Before beginning, remove glass door and logs from
unit. Also check to make sure there is no hidden
damage to the unit. Take a minute and plan out the
gas,venting and electrical route. It is best to start with
the gas line first followed by the chimney liner. (Refer to
Page 9)
Gas Line Installation
When purging the gas line, the front glass
must be removed.
If gas piping from the source to the heater
location has not been accomplished, install the required
pipe. Consult local plumbing code to assure proper pipe
size.
The gas pipeline can be brought in through the rear or
the base of the heater.
NOTE: The gas line connection can be made of either
properly tinned 3/8" copper tubing, 1/2" rigid pipe or
an approved flex connector then reduced to 3/8" to the
heater. Some municipalities have additional local codes,
it is always best to consult your local authority and the
CSA- B149.1 installation code.
U.S. Installations consult the current National Fuel
Gas Code, ANSI Z223.1/NFPA 54.
Always check for gas leaks with a mild
soap and water solution. Do not use an
open flame for leak testing.
The gas control is equipped with a captured screw
type pressure test point, therefore it is not necessary to
provide a 1/8" test point up stream of the control.
When using copper or flex connector, use only
approved fittings. Always provide a union when
using black iron pipe so the gas line can be easily
disconnected for burner or fan servicing. See gas
specifications for pressure details and ratings. NOTE:
If flex connector is used, it must be kept inside of the
heater.
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LHE Series Natural Vent Insert
Fan Removal Instructions
1/2" Gas Supply
1/2" x 3/8" Shut Off Valve
3/8" Nipple
3/8" Union
3/8" Nipple
FP297
Fig. 4 Typical gas supply installation.
Gas Supply Pressures
This heater must be isolated
from the gas supply piping
FP297
system by closing its individual
manual
shut-off valve
INSTA VENT
FREE
R MODEL
GAS
SUPPLY
during any pressure equal
to or less
than
1/2 psig
8/24/96
(3.45kPa).
1. Turn off gas and electricity.
2. Remove the front glass.
3. Remove the logs.
CAUTION: Logs may be hot!
4. For Model LHEC20: remove burner assembly and
bracket rear log. For Model LHEC30: remove bracket rear log and cover fan.
5. Remove the fan mounting nuts (2 nuts). (Fig. 5)
6. Slip off the electrical connector at the motor.
7. Lift out the fan.
8. To reinstall reverse procedure.
The heater and its individual shut-off valve must be
disconnected from the gas supply piping system during
any pressure testing of that system at test pressures in
excess of 1/2 psig (3.45kPa).
Screw
Stud
Thermal Sensor is
Attached to Burner
Base
Fan Kit
115 volt, 60 Hz. 56w (Model FK24)
Screw Stud
NOTE: The LHER20 and LHER30 are not designed for
a fan kit.
The fan kit includes the following: fan, temperature
sensor, speed control and a 6 ft. cord. The following
explains how to start and set the fan for automatic
operation.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Plug in the electrical cord.
Start gas fire - see lighting procedures.
Turn on fan speed control.
Wait until the unit has warmed up sufficiently to
activate the temperature sensor, approx. 5-10
minutes.
5. Once fan starts, adjust speed control to desired fan
speed. The fan will now automatically come on every
time the fireplace is in operation. Should the fan not
be needed simply turn off the speed control.
The appliance, 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.
U.S. Installations, follow local codes and the
National Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA No. 70.
Should this fan require servicing, the
power supply must be disconnected. For
rewiring of any replacement components
refer to Figure 6.
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Fan is Installed
at the Back of the
Air Intake Box
Fan Speed Control/Junction Box
FP1252
Fig. 5 Fan location.
Fan
Temperature Sensor
Speed
Control
Black
White
Ground
FP1252
FK24 install
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FP394
Fig. 6 Wiring diagram RN/RP. NOTE: For comfort valve wiring diagram refer to PageFP394
18, Figure 27.
WIRING DIAGRAM
11/20/96
Installation of Trim Switch
for RN/RP Gas Valves
1. Thread wire through openings on the right side of fireplace. Do not cut wire or insulation on metal edges.
2. Insert ON/OFF switch with wiring assembly into the
bracket switch with the pre-punched opening mounted
on the right side of the trim. (Fig. 7)
3. For left side installation, relocate the bracket switch
to the left side of the trim kit and repeat Step 2. (Fig.
8)
4. Connect wiring from the switch to the gas valve (Fig.
9a & b).
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LHE Series Natural Vent Insert
Right Side Installation
Left Side Installation
On/Off
Switch Assembly
On/Off
Switch Assembly
Wiring from
Millivolt Gas
Valve
FP1330
Fig. 7 Insert ON/OFF switch with wiring assembly into
bracket switch.
FP1330
Switch assy
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FP1331
Fig. 8 For left side installation, reverse switch position in
bracket.
SIT Valve
THTP
Thermopile
TP
TH
FP1331
on/off switch
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OT
PIL
FP382a
FP382a
Honeywell Valve
REMOTE SWITCH WIRING - NVC
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TPTH
TP
TH
Fig. 9a On/Off switch or millivolt thermostat.
FP1218
Fig. 9b On/Off switch wiring.
CAUTION: Do not wire millivolt remote
wall switch for gas fireplace to a 120v
power supply.
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FP1218
Remote switch
wiring
Venting Installation
1. The fireplace may be installed in and vented through
any solid fuel fireplace that has a minimum fireplace
opening 25¹⁄₄"W x 17¹⁄₂" H x 13¹⁄₂"D (641 x 438 x 343
mm) for LHEC20 and LHER20 or 28³⁄₄"W x 21"H
x 15¹⁄₂"D (730 x 533 x 394 mm) for LHEC30 and
LHER30 and has been installed in accordance with
the National, Provincial/State and local building
codes and is constructed of noncombustible
materials.
2. In order to gain minimum gas insert fireplace
opening requirement, if the fire brick refractory is
removed from a factory built fireplace, a minimum
of 1/4" air space is required between the gas insert
fireplace's outer casing and the inner wall of the
factory built fireplace.
3. In order to obtain the best performance, safety and
efficiency for the gas insert fireplace, the LHEC30
and LHER30 gas insert must be installed with an
approved 4" diameter flue liner. The LHER20 and
LHEC20 should be installed with an approved 3"
diameter flue liner as per current CSA-B149.1 or
National Fuel Gas Code ANSI Z223.1/NFPA 54.
4. Any flue damper must be removed or blocked open.
5. The chimney must be clean and in good working
order and constructed of noncombustible materials.
6. Make sure that all chimney cleanouts fit properly so
air cannot leak into the chimney.
7. Install the appliance without trim frame and make all
gas fittings and electrical connections.
8. Install the decorative trim frame. Please refer to the
Frame Assembly instructions.
Installer must attach red warning plate
with screws supplied with the gas fireplace
insert to the inside of the firebox of the
fireplace into which the gas fireplace insert
is installed.
Cutting any sheet metal parts of the fireplace, in which the gas fireplace insert is
to be installed, is prohibited.
If the factory-built fireplace has no gas
access hole(s) provided, an access hole
of 1¹⁄₂ (37.5 mm) or less may be drilled
through the lower sides or bottom of the
firebox in a proper workmanship-like manner. This access hole must be plugged
with a noncombustible insulation after the
gas supply line has been installed.
WARNING
Some factory-built fireplaces have air passages
on face of fireplace for zero clearance capabilities.
Under no circumstances should these passages
be blocked.
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If the fireplace lintel is wider than 8"
(203 mm), the height of the fireplace opening must be 25" (635 mm) to allow for a 90°
offset elbow to be installed.
Zero clearance kit minimum clearance to combustibles
materials is 1" (25 mm) for B Vent (use of single wall
vent is not allowed.)
As with any natural drafted appliances, the vent cap
must always extend a minimum of 2' (610 mm) above
any structure within a 10' (3 m) horizontal plane. (Fig.
10)
Draft
Hood
0 To 10'
2' Min.
0 To 10'
(3m)
2'
(610mm)
Min.
3'
Min.
Chimney
Liner
Clamp
Screw
Clamp
3'
(914mm)
Min.
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Reference
Point
Fig. 11 Remove flue collar plate and attach to flue collar.
AC246a
Fig. 10 Example of the 2', 3', 10' rule.
AC246
A minimum 12'
(3.7 m) vent height is re4/1/96
quired to effectively vent these fireplaces.
Common Flue Installations
In some areas it is possible to vent more than one gas
appliance into the same flue. You must ensure that the
flue being shared has the proper capacity to handle
both appliances. Check installation codes for venting
capacity information.
As always it is best to check with the authority having
jurisdiction prior to commencement of the installation.
Liner Installation
Insert liner from top of chimney through the damper
opening and attach to 3" flue collar for LHEC20 and
LHER20 and 4" flue collar for LHEC30 and LHER30.
For best results use three (3) sheet metal screws and a
hose clamp.
For natural draft inserts, packing noncombustible fiberglass insulation around the liner in the damper area will
isolate the fireplace cavity from the chimney and prevent drafts and noises during operation.
In case the fireplace opening is only minimum height
(17¹⁄₄" (438 mm) for LHEC20 and LHER20; 21"
(533mm) for LHEC30 and LHER30) and access from
the front is not possible, remove the flue collar plate
- unscrew and slide out from the back of the unit. Now
attach the liner to the flue collar, lift up and slide flue
collar plate back onto the unit top. It is important that
the plate is completely inserted and the front screw is
fastened again in order to line up the flue outlet and the
liner properly. (Fig. 11)
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Chimney Liner
Damper
Damper
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outlet
Draft ReliefFlue
Opening
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This insert is equipped with a draft-relief opening which
receives its dilution air supply through the opening at
the back of the insert. These openings must not be
obstructed or entered any way. (Fig. 12)
Test Chimney Draw
1. A "Chimney Draw" test must be conducted before
the installation is complete.
2. Close all doors and windows in the home and start
exhaust fans in he kitchen and bathroom.
3. Light unit and operate for 5 minutes.
4. Hold an ignited match or cigarette in front of the unit.
Refer to drawing for the location of the draft hood
opening. (Fig. 12)
5. Check to make sure smoke from the match or
cigarette is drawn into the fireplace. If it is not, turn
the unit off and check for causes creating the lack of
adequate draft.
Test for draft at these two
openings.
FP1355
Fig. 12 Hold an ignited match in front of fireplace.
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LHE Series Natural Vent Insert
Blocked Flue Shut Off System
These inserts are equipped with a blocked flue shut off
switch. This switch is factory installed, wired and tested.
Check and make sure the switch and wires are in the
proper position. The shut off switch is heat activated
and wired in series with the pilot system. (Fig. 13)
Operation of this fireplace when not connected to a properly installed and maintained venting system or tampering with
the blocked flue shut-off system can result
in carbon monoxide (CO) poisoning and
possible death.
the bracket switch carefully pull out the entire switch
assembly.
NOTE: The shut off switch cover was attached with the
gasket cover. Before installing the gasket cover back in
place, inspect and make sure the gasket is not damaged. If the gasket is damaged, install a new gasket.
Screw must be removed prior
to pulling the switch assembly
Screws
Cover
Safety
Switch
Gasket Cover
Safety Switch
Bracket Shut
Off Switch
Screws
Screws
Firebox Baffle
Bracket
FP1352
Fig. 14 Access to the blocked flue shut off swtich from inside
combustion chamber.
FP1352
FP1356
Blocked Flue Shut Off
Switch
Fig. 13 Blocked flue shut off switch location.
Blocked Flue Shut Off Switch Access
FP1356
The shut off switch system of these inserts is designed
safety switch
to be accessed from either insideVent
the combustion
location
firebox chamber or outside at the back of the inserts
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fireplace.
Access to the shut off switch from outside of the
insert
1. Turn off the unit and let it cool down if it has been
operating.
2. Shut off the gas and the electrical source to the fireplace.
3. Disconnect the gas line and the draft hood of the
fireplace.
4. Slide the fireplace out.
Access to the shut off switch directly from inside
the combustion firebox chamber.
1. Turn off the unit and let it cool down if it has been
operating.
2. Remove the log set and remove the ceramic refractory if installed.
3. Remove the firebox baffle. (Fig. 14)
4. Remove the shut off switch cover fastened with four
(4) screws located at the right upper corner of the
firebox.
5. This time you can access the shut off switch assembly through the rectangular opening. Remove
the screw that secures the switch assembly. Holding
Vent safety switch
Ceramic Refractory
Installation
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1. Remove front glass.
2. Remove logs from unit.
3. Remove refractory from package.
Refractory are fragile and must be handled
with care. Where at all possible, two hands
should be used when handling.
4. Take center refractory and tilt so bottom edge seats
onto the rear log bracket at the back wall of the fireplace. (Fig. 15)
5. Press center refractory to back side of fireplace and
hold in place.
6. Take left or right refractory and align it so leading
edge faces outward. (Place refractory in fireplace
side and slide it back to support the center refractory.)
7. Repeat step 6 for remaining side refractory.
8. Fasten bracket supports against refractory top to
hold side in place.
When side refractory is installed correctly,
the center refractory will be supported by
the side refractory.
Leading Edge
Leading Edge
Bottom Edge
Left Side
Center
Right Side
FP1329
Fig. 15 Ceramic refractory.
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LHEDV
LHE Series Natural Vent Insert
Operating Instructions
General Glass Information
Only ceramic glass approved by CFM Corporation may be used for replacement on
this unit.
1. The use of substitute glass will void all product
warranties.
2. Care must be taken to avoid breakage of the glass.
3. Under no circumstances should this appliance be
operated without glass properly installed, or with any
cracked or broken glass. Replacement of any glass
assembly as supplied by the manufacturer should be
done by a licensed qualified service person.
Louvre Removal
To remove
louvre, lift louvre
up and then pull
out.
(Fig. 16)
2.
Louvre
1.
Glass Panel
FP444
Fig. 16 Louvre removal.
Glass Cleaning
It will be necessary to clean the glass periodically.
During start-up condensation, which is normal, forms on
the inside of the glass and causes lint, dust and other
airborne particles cling to the glass surface. Also initial
paint curing may deposit a slight film on the glass. It is
therefore recommended that the glass be cleaned two
or three times with a non-ammonia household cleaner
and warm water (we recommend gas fireplace glass
cleaner). After that the glass should be cleaned two or
three times during each heating season depending on
the circumstances present.
Clean glass after first two weeks of operation.
Glass Frame Removal
1. Remove two (2) screws at the bottom of the frame.
(Fig. 17)
2. Lift up and unhook glass frame at the top.
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FP1353
Fig. 17 Remove glass frame.
Log Installation and Burner Lava Rock
1 . Remove glass frame. (See "Glass Removal" section)
2. Remove logs from packaging.
3. Place logs according to the model instructions below:
LHEC20, LHER20 (Figs. 18)
a. Place rear left log (JR7). Use the log's bottom
holes to locate it onto one pin stud of the rear log
bracket on the left and the other end of the log
will sit on top of the lid of the left log support.
FP1327
b. Place rearwindow
right frame
log (JR8).
removal Use the log's bottom
4/3/03 it
djtonto the two (2) pin studs of the
holes to locate
rear log bracket on the right.
c. Place the front left log (JR9). Position the log
notch against the second grate from the left, and
the other edge of the log on top of the rear left log
notch. Ensure the log is secure in place.
d. Place the front right log (JR10). Position the log
notch against the third grate from the right, and
the other edge of the log on top of the rear right
log notch. Ensure the log is secure in place.
e. Place the burner lava rock on the front area of the
burner housing. (Fig. 18)
LHEC30, LHER30 (Fig. 19)
a. Place the rear center log (KR24). Use the log's
bottom holes to locate it onto the two (2) pin studs
of the rear log bracket on the center.
b. Place rear left log (KR22). Use the log's bottom
holes to locate it onto the two (2) pin studs of the
rear log bracket on the left.
c. Place rear right log (KR23). Use the log's bottom
holes to locate it onto the two (2) pin studs of the
rear log bracket on the right.
d. Place the front left log (KR25). Position the log
notch against the second grate from the left, and
the other edge of the log on top of the rear left log
notch. Ensure the log is secure in place.
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LHE Series Natural Vent Insert
e. Place the front right log (KR26). Position the log
notch against the third grate from the right, and
the other edge of the log on top of the rear right
log notch. Ensure the log is secure in place.
f. Place the burner lava rock on the front area of the
burner housing. (Fig. 19)
JR7
Flame Adjustment (RN/RP Models)
For fireplaces equipped with HI/LO valves, flame
adjustment is accomplished by rotating the HI/LO
adjustment knob located near the center of the gas
control. (Figs. 20 or 21)
Flame Characteristics
JR8
It is important to periodically perform
a visual check of the pilot and the
burner flames. Compare them to the
Figure 22 and Figure 23 or 24. If any
JR10
of the flames appear abnormal call a
service person.
JR9
First Firing
Front Grate
LG285
Burner Lava Rock
Fig. 18 LHEC20 and LHER20 log and lava rock placement.
KR24
KR25
KR22
LG285
LHEDV20
logs
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KR23
KR26
Upon completing the gas line connection, a small amount of air will be in
the lines. When first lighting unit with
pilot light, it will take a few minutes
to purge themselves of this air. Once
the purging is complete, the pilot
and burner will light and operate as
indicated in the instruction manual.
Subsequent lightings of the heater will
not require such purging.
When lit for the first time, the appliance will emit a slight odor for awhile.
This is due to paint and lubricants
used in the manufacturing process.
After each lighting, vapor may condense and fog the glass; this moisture
disappears within a few minutes of
burning.
LG286
Burner Lava
Rock
Front Grate
Fig. 19 LHEC30 and LHER30 log and lava rock placement.
Large Lava Rock Placement
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Under no circumstances should these
lava rocks be placed on top of the burner
assembly.
Honeywell Valve
Turn
counterclockwise
to decrease
flame height
LO
The large lava rock provided
with this fireplace should
LG286
be placed on the firebox LHEDV30
base on either side of the
Logs
burner assembly.
HI
Turn clockwise
to increase
flame height
Fig. 20 Flame adjustment knob for Honeywell Valve.
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LHE Series Natural Vent Insert
SIT Valve
HI
Turn
counterclockwise
to increase
flame height.
LO
PSE Pilot
3/8" - 1/2"
Turn clockwise
to lower
flame height.
Fig. 21 Flame adjustment
knob for SIT Valve.
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FLAME ADJUSTMENT KNOB
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SIT Pilot
F584-703
Fig. 22 Correct pilot flame appearance.
F584-703
Honeywell
& PSE
pilot flames
LG287
Fig. 23 Correct burner flame appearance for LHEC20 and LHER20.
LG287
LHEDV20
log flames
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LG288
Fig. 24 Correct burner flame appearance for LHEC30 and LHER30.
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LHEDV30
Log flames
4/03
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Lighting and Operating Instructions
FOR YOUR SAFETY READ BEFORE LIGHTING
WARNING:If you do not follow these instructions exactly, a fire or explosion
may result causing property damage, personal injury or loss of life.
A. This heater has a pilot which must be lit manually. When lighting the pilot follow these instructions exactly.
B. BEFORE LIGHTING smell all around the heater
area for gas. Be sure to smell next to the floor
because some gas is heavier than air and will
settle on the floor.
WHAT TO DO IF YOU SMELL GAS
• Do not try to light any fireplace
• Do not touch any electric switch
• Do not use any phone in your building
• Immediately call your gas supplier from a
neighbor's phone. Follow the gas supplier's
instructions.
• If you cannot reach your gas supplier, call
the Fire Department
C. Use only your hand to push in or turn the gas
control knob. Never use tools. If the knob will not
push in or turn by hand, do not try to repair it, call a
qualified service technician. Applying force or any
attempted repair may result in a fire or explosion.
D. Do not use this fireplace if any part has been under
water. Immediately call a qualified service technician to inspect the heater and to replace any part of
the control system and any gas control which has
been under water.
Lighting Instructions
1. STOP! Read the safety information above.
2. Turn off all electrical power to the fireplace.
3. For MN/MP/TN/TP appliances ONLY, go on to
Step 4. For RN/RP appliances turn the On/Off
switch to “OFF” position or set thermostat to
lowest level.
4. Open control access panel.
5. Push in gas control knob slightly and turn
clockwise
to "OFF".
PI
ON
OFF
3/8" - 1/2"
OFF
OFF
3 4 5
Euro SIT
T
LO
ON
1 2
P
OFF ilot
PILOT
10. Push the control knob all the way in and hold.
Immediately light the pilot by repeatedly depressing the piezo spark ignitor until a flame appears.
Continue to hold the control knob in for about one
(1) minute after the pilot is lit. Release knob and it
will pop back up. Pilot should remain lit. If it goes
out, repeat steps 5 through 8.
SIT NOVA
Honeywell
6. Wait five (5) minutes to clear out any gas. Then
smell for gas, including near the floor. If you
smell gas, STOP!FP1067
Follow "B" in the safety information above. If you
doinstruction
not smell gas, go to the
lighting
knobs
next step.
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7. Remove glass door before lighting pilot. (See
Glass Frame Removal section).
8. Visibly locate pilot by the main burner.
9. Turn knob on gas control counterclockwise
to "PILOT".
•
If knob does not pop up when released, stop
and immediately call your service technician or
gas supplier.
FP1068
•
If after several tries,Lighting
the pilotinstructions
will not stay lit,
turn the gas control knobPilots
to " " and call your service technician or gas supplier.
11. Replace glass door.
12. Turn gas control knob to “ON” position.
13. For RN/RP appliances turn the On/Off switch to
“ON” position or set thermostat to desired setting.
14. Turn on all electrical power to the fireplace.
To Turn Off Gas To Heater
1. Turn the On/Off switch to "OFF" position or set
the thermostat to lowest setting.
2. Turn off all electric power to the fireplace if
service is to be performed.
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3. Open control access panel.
4. Push in gas control knob slightly and turn clockwise
to "OFF". Do not force.
5. Close control access panel.
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Troubleshooting the Gas Control System
SIT NOVA 820 Millivolt Valve
NOTE: Before trouble shooting the gas control system, be sure external gas shut off is in the “On” position.
WARNING: Before doing any gas control service work, remove glass front.
SYMPTOM
1. Spark ignitor will not light
2. Pilot will not stay lit after
carefully following lighting
instructions.
3. Pilot burning, no gas to
main burner
4. Frequent pilot outage
problem.
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POSSIBLE CAUSES
CORRECTIVE ACTION
A. Defective or misaligned
electrode at pilot.
Using a match, light pilot. If pilot lights, turn off
pilot and push the red button again. If pilot will not
light - check gap at electrode and pilot-should be
1/8" to have a strong spark.
B. Defective ignitor (Push Button)
Push Piezo Ignitor Button. Check for spark at
electrode and pilot. If no spark to pilot, and elec
trode wire is properly connected, replace ignitor.
A. Defective pilot generator
(thermocouple), remote wall
switch.
Check pilot flame. Must impinge on thermo
couple/thermopile. Note: this pilot burner assem
bly utilizes both-a thermocouple and a thermopile.
The thermocouple operates the main valve
operation (On and Off). Clean and or adjust pilot for
maximum flame impingement on thermopile and
thermocouple.
B. Defective automatic valve
Turn valve knob to “Pilot”. Maintain flow to pilot;
milivolt meter should read greater than 10 mV. If
the reading is okay and the pilot does not stay on,
replace the gas valve. Note: An interrupter block
(not supplied) must be used to conduct this test.
A. Wall switch or wires defective
Check wall switch and wires for proper connec
tions. Jumper wire accross terminals at wall
switch, if burner comes on, replace defective wall
switch. If okay, jumper wires across wall switch
wires at valve, if burner comes on, wires are faulty
or connections are bad.
B. Thermopile may not be
generating sufficient
millivoltage.
1. Be sure wire connections from thermopile at
gas valve terminals are tight and thermopile is
fully inserted into pilot bracket.
2. One of the wall switch wires may be grounded.
Remove wall switch wires from valve terminals if
pilot now stays lit, trace wall switch wiring for
ground. May be grounded to fireplace or gas
supply.
3. Check thermopile with millivolt meter. Take
reading at thermopile terminals of gas valve.
Should read 250-300 millivolts (minimum 150)
while holding valve knob depressed in pilot
position and wall switch “Off”. Replace faulty
thermopile if reading is below specified minimum.
C. Plugged burner orifice.
Check burner orifices for debris and remove.
D. Defective automatic valve
operator.
Turn valve knob to “On”, place wall switch to “On”
millivolt meter should read greater than 100 mV. If
the reading is okay and the burner does not come
on, replace the gas valve.
A. Pilot flame may be too low
or blowing (high) causing the
pilot safety to drop out.
Clean and/or adjust pilot flame for maximum flame
impingement on thermopile and thermocouple.
B. Possible blockage of the vent
terminal.
Check the vent terminal for blockage (recycling the
flue gases)
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Troubleshooting the Gas Control System
Honeywell Millivolt Valve
START
Gas Supply On
CHECK
NO
Supply Line Hooked Up
Shutoff Valve Open
YES
Pilot Lights With
Piezo Ignitor
NO
YES
Pilot Stays Lit
NO
Lockout Has Engaged. Wait
60 Seconds And Try Again.
For Spark At Electrode While
Depressing Piezo — 1/8" Gap To
Pilot Hood Needed.
All Wiring Connections
Replace Piezo Ignitor
For Air In The Lines
Thermopile Needs A Minimum
325mv. Adjust Pilot Flame Height.
All Wiring Connections.
Replace Thermopile
Thermocouple Needs A Minimum
of 14mv.
Defective Valve. Turn To Pilot,
Meter Should Read Greater Than
100 Mv. If Not, Replace.
YES
Pilot Lights Main
Burner
YES
NO
Valve Is Turned On
On/off Switch Is Not Turned On.
Watch For Grounded Wires!
Thermopile Needs A Minimum
325mv.
Plugged Burner Orifice.
System OK.
FP396
NVC-standing pilot troubleshooting
11/22/96
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Instructions for RF Comfort Control Valve
The Comfort Control Valve allows remote control of
temperature, fan and flame appearance.
NOTE: The antenna should hang in free air away from
grounded metal.
Operation
1. If the manual switch is in remote position, switch it to
LOCAL. (Fig. 25)
2. Turn the pilotstat knob counterclockwise from OFF
to the PILOT position, push the knob down, and hold
in position. The pilot valve opens and allows gas to
flow to the pilot burner.
3. Push plunger on the piezo until the pilot burner is lit.
When the pilot burner is lit, the LED on the control
will come on after approximately 40 seconds and will
be continuously red. When the light turns off which
will be approximately 10 seconds after it has been
continuously red, the receiver/valve is fully powered.
7. If the manual switch is in the LOCAL position, the
valve will be at the highest fixed pressure setting.
The transmitter will control the fan only.
Shut Off Procedure
If the manual switch is in the REMOTE position, the
transmitter can shut off the main burner and fan. However, the control is still on and a command from the
transmitter can turn on the main burner or fan.
To shut off the system, turn the pilotstat knob clockwise
to the OFF position. This action closes the main gas
and safety valves. The transmitter cannot turn on the
main burner or fan.
Transmitter Operation
Off Mode
In the OFF mode, the fireplace flame and fan are
off, the display will show OFF and displays the room
temperature. If the receiver is in REMOTE mode, the
fireplace will shut off.
Piezo Ignitor
OFF
•
Up
Countdown
Timer
LE
D
REMOTE
LOCAL
O
• N
OT
PIL
Mode
Auto
On
Off
LED
Local/Remote
Switch
Fan
Pilotstat Knob
Antenna
FP1037
Fig. 25 Comfort conrol valve.
FP1037
Honeywell
4. Release the knob.
The shaft will move upward. The
comfort
valve
pilot burner should
now
stay burning. If the pilot
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burner goes out, repeatdjt
step 2.
5. Turn the knob counterclockwise to the ON position. If
the manual switch is in the LOCAL position, the main
burner will turn on immediately.
6. ON the initial use of a transmitter, a recognition
operation is required between the receiver/valve
and transmitter. Change the switch from LOCAL
to REMOTE. Press the fan or flame button on the
transmitter within 30 seconds. The LED will blink
indicating the transmitter will now work with the receiver/valve. If the switch continues in the REMOTE
position, the transmitter will now control the main
valve, flame modulation level and fan control.
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Display
Room Temperature
Set Temperature
Flame Height Level
Fan Speed Level
Countdown Timer
Low Battery
Flame
FP1039
Increases Flame
Height, Fan Speed
Timer, or Set Point
Down
Decrease
Flame, Fan
Speed Timer
or Set Point
Fig. 26 Transmitter diagram.
FP1039
On (Manual) Mode
comfort valve
In the ON mode,
the room temperature, flame and fan
transmitter
levels will be shown.
will appear next to both
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the flame and fan icons.
When the control is in the ON mode, the flame and fan
levels, and delay timer are changed with the up and
down buttons. To change the flame level, press the
flame button followed by an arrow key. To change the
fan level, press the fan key followed by an arrow key.
Pushing the arrow key once will change the level by
one unit.
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Delay Timer Mode
Pilot Assembly
The shut off delay timer has a maximum of 2 hours and
a minimum of zero minutes. To change the timer level,
press the time key followed by an arrow key. Pushing
the key once will change the timer by 10 minutes.
Fan
Auto Mode
In the AUTO mode, the room temperature, set temperature, flame and fan levels will be shown. AUTO will
appear next to both the flame and fan icons.
In the AUTO mode, the fan speed will increase with
increasing flame height or decrease with decreasing
flame height. “AUTO” is displayed next to the flame and
fan icons.
Fan Override During Auto Mode
If a lower or higher fan speed is desired when operating
in the AUTO mode, the fan speed can be overridden by
pushing the fan button followed by the up or down key.
Pushing a key once will change the fan level by one
unit. In this mode “AUTO” is displayed next to the flame
icon and “MANUAL” is displayed next to the fan icon.
Change Between F/C Temperature Units
Push the up and down arrow keys simultaneously for
at least 3 seconds to toggle between Fahrenheit and
Celsius units.
Disable Thermostat Function
To disable the thermostat function in the AUTO mode,
push the time and down keys simultaneously for at least
3 seconds.
To Change Batteries
1. Remove cover on the backside of the transmitter.
Install 3 AAA batteries as shown and reattach cover.
2. Once steps 1-3 in OPERATION are completed,
receiver/valve and transmitter are now ready. Press
any button on transmitter for recognition process to
occur between the receiver/valve and transmitter.
3. Use functions as described in TRANSMITTER section.
Red
White
FAN
When the control is in the AUTO mode, the main burner
will turn on/off or modulate based on the heat needed
to maintain the set temperature. The flame level will
change automatically to optimize the heat output
needed to maintain the set temperature. To change the
set temperature, press the up or down key. Pushing a
key once will change the temperature by one degree.
Red
White
White Dots
Antenna
FP1038
Valve
(Bottom View)
Fig. 27 Comfort Valve wiring diagram.
FP1038
Troubleshooting
comfort valve
1. Locate LED light on valve. wiring diagram
3/24/00
djt received by
2. LED will blink after every valid
command
the transmitter; this is not an error.
3. Failure codes may occur anytime after pilot burner is
lit.
4. Sequence is failure code followed by light not blinking for 30 seconds.
5. In the event of multiple failure codes, next failure
code follows previous failure code by approximately
3 seconds.
If an Error Code 3 is observed while performing the
testing, complete the following:
1. Make sure the spade connectors are pushed all the
way on. If the Error Code 3 is still showing, then go
to the next step.
2. Switch the front two thermopile leads with the back
two. Be sure the white lead is connected to the
spade with the white dot next to it. If the Error Code
3 is still showing, replace the thermopiles.
If an Error Code 8 is observed while performing the
testing, complete the following:
1. Confirm the valve is not in REMOTE mode.
• If the valve is producing Error Code 8 and in REMOTE mode, the valve is defective and should be
replaced.
• If the valve is in LOCAL mode and producing Error Code 8, then go to the next step.
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LHE Series Natural Vent Insert
2. Slide the Remote/Local switch to REMOTE and
teach the valve a transmitter (refer to Item 6, page
1). The Error Code will clear itself after approximately 1¹⁄₂ minutes and return to normal operation.
LED Count
Service Action
Auto Path
If the manual switch is
set to REMOTE, press
the mode button to
display AUTO on the
transmitter. Does the
transmitter display the
room and temperature
setting?
8
Replace valve
7
Confirm stepper motor connection
exists
5
Confirm fan connection exists and
works
4
Confirm gas type; jumper in place
Yes
3
Replace thermopiles
2
Turn fan ON
If the setting is above
room temperature on
the transmitter, does the
main valve and fan turn
on?
NOTE: Some keys are not active.
Move switch
from LOCAL to
REMOTE. Press
any key within 30
seconds.
No
Yes
If the setting is below
room temperature on
the transmitter, does
the main valve and fan
turn off?
No
Turn pilotstat knob
to OFF to turn valve
completely off
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LHE Series Natural Vent Insert
Comfort Valve system control sequence of operation with transmitter
Set manual switch
to local or remote
Five minute wait
period
Light pilot burner
Did the LED stop
blinking?
No
Review LED failure analysis
Release pilotstat
knob
Yes
Turn pilotstat knob
from PILOT to ON
Move switch from
local to remote.
Press any key on
transmitter. Move
switch back to
local
Yes
Transmitter controls fan
Yes
Turn pilotstat knob
to PILOT to turn
off main burner
Turn pilotstat knob
to OFF to turn
valve completely
off
No
Choose Local or
Remote path. Set
switch to manual or
remote
On Path
Local Path
If manual switch is
set to LOCAL, did
main burner light?
Cycle switch
once and leave in
remote. Press any
key on transmitter for recognition
operation
If the manual switch
is set to REMOTE,
press the mode button to display "ON".
Does transmitter control the main burner
and fan?
Move switch from
manual to remote.
Press any key on
transmitter.
Yes
Does transmitter
change levels of
flame height, fan
speed and set
temperature?
No
Yes
Set levels of flame
height and fan to
“0” to shut off main
burner and fan
Turn pilotstat knob
to OFF to turn
valve completely
off
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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 replace the logs as per the instructions in this
manual.
Always handle the logs with care as they
are fragile and may also be hot if the
fireplace has been in use.
Fan Assembly
The fan unit requires periodic cleaning. At least once
per month in the operating season, open the lower
louvre panels and wipe or vacuum the area around the
fan to remove any build up of dust or lint.
ally inspect pilot. Brush or blow away any dust or lint
accumulation. If pilot orifice is plugged, disassembly
may be required to remove any foreign material from
the orifice or tubing.
To obtain proper operation, it is imperative that the pilot
and burner's flame characteristics are steady, not lifting
or floating.
Typically, the top 1/8" of the thermopile should be engulfed in the pilot flame. (Page 12, Fig. 22)
Trim Cleaning
Clean the trim with a soft clean cloth, slightly dampened
with lemon oil and buff with a soft dry cloth. Do not use
brass polish or household cleaners as these products
will damage the trim. Lemon oil can be obtained at
supermarkets or hardware stores.
Cleaning the Standing Pilot
Control System
The burner and control system consists of:
• main burner
• pilot burner
• gas orifice
• thermopile
• combination millivolt gas valve
Most of these components may require only an occasional checkup and cleaning and some may require adjustment. If repair is necessary, it should be performed
by a qualified technician.
In order to properly clean the burner and pilot assembly,
turn off the gas to the unit, remove the window frame
panel and logs exposing the burner and pilot assembly.
Clean all foreign materials from the top of the burner.
Check to make sure that burner parts are clean. Visu-
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LHE Series Natural Vent Insert
LHER20/LHEC20
10a/b
1b
4
2
1a
3
18
5
1e
16
14
1d
LHER30/LHEC30
6a/b
1c
18
17
8a/b
1b
1a
19
11a/b
7a/b
13a/b
9 a/b
1e
1d
20
15
21
22a/b
12a/b
27
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28/29
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30
24a/b
23 a/b
26
OFF
•
D
41
LE
REMOTE
LOCAL
ON
•
OT
PIL
47
25
48
46
35
32
31
33
42
34
45
44
49
43
51
36
40
50
37
38
52
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CFM Corporation reserves the right to make changes in design, materials, specifications, prices and discontinue colors and products at any time,
without notice.
LHE Series
22
4894
LHEDV
parts
4/03
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LHE Series Natural Vent Insert
LHE Series (continued)
Ref.
Description
1.
1a.
1b.
1c.
1d.
1e.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6a.
6b.
7a.
7b.
8a.
8b.
9a.
9b.
10a.
10b.
11a.
11b.
12a.
12b.
13a.
13b.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22a.
22b.
23a.
23b.
24a.
24b.
25.
26.
27.
28.
29.
30.
31.
32.
33.
34.
35.
36.
Log Set Complete
10005332
10005332
10004866
Log Rear Left
10005333 (JR7)
10005333 (JR7) 10004874 (KR22)
Log Rear Right
10005334 (JR8)
10005334 (JR8) 10004875 (KR23)
Log Rear Center
10004876 (KR24)
Log Front Left
10005335 (JR9)
10005335 (JR9) 10004878 (KR25)
Log Front Right
10005336 (JR10) 10005336 (JR10) 10004879 (KR26)
Lava Rock Burner Package
57897
57897
57897
Lava Rock Package
10001454
Burner Housing Assembly with Tiles
10005294
10005294
10004972
Ceramic Tile (Single)
57803
57803
57803
Orifice Front Burner (Nat.)
See Rating Plate for Orifice Size
Orifice Front Burner (Prop)
See Rating Plate for Orifice Size
Orifice Rear Burner (Nat.)
See Rating Plate for Orifice Size
Orifice Rear Burner (Prop.)
See Rating Plate for Orifice Size
Orifice Pilot SIT Top Convertible
10002268
10002268
10002268
Orifice Pilot SIT Top Convertible
10002269
10002269
10002269
Orifice Pilot PSE (Nat.)
10001822
10001822
10001822
Orifice Pilot PSE (Prop.)
10001823
10001823
10001823
Pilot Assembly SIT Top Convertible (Nat.)
10002389
10002389
10002389
Pilot Assembly SIT Top Convertible (Prop.)
10002390
10002390
10002390
Pilot Assembly PSE ( Nat.)
10001741
10001741
10001741
Pilot Assembly PSE (Prop.)
10001742
10001742
10001742
Pilot Assembly RFN (Nat.)
20002266
Pilot Assembly RFP (Prop.)
20002268
Pilot Orifice RFN (Nat.)
20000908
Pilot Orifice RFP (Prop.)
20000907
Pilot Tubing w/Fittings
10001296
10001296
10001296
Manifold Tubing w/Fittings
57318
57318
57318
Thermocouple SIT
54912
54912
54912
Thermocouple PSE
10001828
10001828
10001828
Thermopile
51827
51827
51827
Electrode Ignitor w/Cable SIT
10001297
10001297
10001297
Ignitor Piezo SIT
52464
52464
52464
Ignitor Piezo Honeywell
20000062
20000062
20000062
Valve SIT 820 RN
52677
52677
52677
Valve SIT 820 RP
52678
52678
52678
Valve Honeywell RN
10001782
10001782
10001782
Valve Honeywell RP
10001759
10001759
10001759
Valve Honeywell RFN
20003719
Valve Honeywell RFP
20003720
Antennae (for RFN or RFP Units)
20003561
Transmitter (for RFN or RFP Units)
20002047
Thermopile (for RFN or RFP Units)
20002400
Cord Set (for RFN or RFP Units)
20002541
Cord Set (for RN or RP Units)
51865
51865
51865
Fan with Bracket
54103
Fan Temperature Sensor (for RN orRP Units)
51704
Fan Speed Control Switch (for RN or RP Units)
51738
Speed Control Knob (for RN or RP Units)
51882
Glass with Gasket
10005526
10005525
10006770
Gasket Glass
57317
57317
57317
Frame Window
10005295
10005067
10006768
10005360
LHER20
LHEC20
LHER30
LHEC30
10004866
10004874 (KR22)
10004875 (KR23)
10004876 (KR24)
10004878 (KR25)
10004879 (KR26)
57897
10001454
10004972
57803
10002268
10002269
10001822
10001823
10002389
10002390
10001741
10001742
20002266
20002268
20000908
20000907
10001296
57318
54912
10001828
51827
10001297
52464
20000062
52677
52678
10001782
10001759
20003719
20003720
20003561
20002047
20002400
20002541
51865
54103
51704
51738
51882
10004989
57317
10004990
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LHE Series Natural Vent Insert
LHE Series (continued)
Ref.
37.
38.
39.
40.
41.
42.
43.
44.
45.
46.
47.
48.
49.
50.
51.
52.
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Description
Remote Switch (for RN or RP Units)
Remote Wire Harness w/Terminals
(for RN or RP Units)
Ceramic Fiber Brick FP (Optional)
Bracket Sensor
Flexible Connector (6")
Bracket Rear Log Assembly
Bracket Log Support Assembly
Gasket Cover Sensor Access
Bracket Support Grate
Hinge 2 Springs
Shield Heat Pilot
Sensor Safety Switch Assy
Grate Assembly Flat Black
Sensor Spill Switch
Bracket ON/OFF Switch
Wiring Safety Switch
LHER20
LHEC20
LHER30
LHEC30
53606
53606
53606
53606
10002582
JT1TR0
10004980
10005098
10005370
10005007
52356
10000248
10005074
10004967
51866
10005035
10005073
10002582
JT1TC0
10004980
10005098
10005369
10005007
52356
10000248
10005074
10004967
51866
10005035
10005073
10002582
KT1TR0
10004980
10005098
10006771
10004885
10005007
10003479
52356
10000248
10005074
10003478
51866
10005035
10005073
10002582
KT1TC0
10004980
10005098
10005489
10004885
10005007
10003479
52356
10000248
10005074
10003478
51866
10005035
10005073
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LHE Series Natural Vent Insert
Optional Accessories
Trim Options
Remote Controls
Optional remote control units are available to control
different functions of the appliance.
Model
RC1
RC2
MRC3
IMT
Function(s) Controlled
ON/OFF
ON/OFF and Temperature
ON/OFF and Temperature control
with a digital and a programmable
24 hour clock
Wall mounted thermostat control
NOTE: These remote controls are for RN/RP units only.
Zero Clearance Kit
For installations other than in existing woodburning fireplaces such as new construction or renovation projects,
a Zero Clearance Kit must be used. The HEZC enables
these inserts to be installed in combustible environments. It is recommended that an Air Kit (AKZC) be
installed whenever using a Zero Clearance Kit. Consideration must be given to the dimensions of the Zero
Clearance Kit and the requirements of the Air Kit when
planning out the installation.
Follow the instructions supplied with the Zero Clearance
Kit carefully for proper installation.
Face Kits
NOTE: One is required for LHEC20 and LHEC30
Model
LHEC20FB
LHEC20LKB
LHEC20LKS
LHEC30FB
LHEC30LKB
LHEC30LKS
LHEC30LKG
LHEC20CBTK
LHER20BTK
LHEC20BTK
HECBTKADK
HEBTKADK
LHEC30CBTK
LHEC30CBTKMB
LHEC30CBTKSA
LHEC30BTK
LHER30BTK
LHER30CBTK
LHER30CBTKMB
LHER30CBTKSA
Bay Filigree Kits
Model
LHEC20BLKS
LHEC30BLKS
LHEC30BLKG
Description
Pewter Bay
Pewter Bay
Gold Bay
Arch Door Kits
Model
LHER20DKB
LHEC20DKB
LHEC30DKB
LHEC30DKS
LHEC30DKG
LHER30DKB
LHER30DKS
LHER30DKG
Description
Arch Door, Black
Arch Door, Black
Arch Door, Black
Arch Door, Pewter
Arch Door, Gold
Arch Door, Black
Arch Door, Pewter
Arch Door, Gold
Ceramic Firebox Liners
Model
LHER20CR
LHEC20CR
LHEC30CR
LHER30CR
10005360
Description
Louvre T&B, Black
Filigree T&B, Black
Filigree T&B, Pewter
Louvre T&B, Black
Filigree T&B, Black
Filigree T&B, Pewter
Filigree T&B, Gold
Cast Bay Window, Classic Black
Bay Window w/Louvres,Black
Bay Window w/Filigree, Black
Window Adapter Kit LC30
Window Adapter Kit LC30
Cast Bay Window, Classic Black
Cast Bay Window, Midnight
Cast Bay Window, Sand
Bay Window w/Filigree, Black
Steel Bay w/Filigree, Black
Traditional Cast Bay, Classic
Traditional Cast Bay, Midnight
Traditional Cast Bay, Sand
Trim Kits
NOTE: One is required.
Model
LHE20SSB
LHE20SLB
LHE20TCK
LHEABSL
LHE20CSLB
LHE30SSB
LHE30SLB
LHE30SLGA
LHE30TCK
LHE30CSLB
LHE30SLMB
LHE30CSLSA
LHEACNSS
Description
Small Surround, Black
Large Surround, Black
Trim Closure Kit, Black, XL
Adjust Bevel Steel/Cast
Large Cast Surround, Classic Black
Small Surround, Black
Large Surround, Black
Large Surround, w/Gold Edge
Trim Closure Kit, Black XL
Large Cast Surround, Classic Black
Large Cast Surround, Midnight
Large Cast Surround, Sand
Adjust Cast Cont. Surround
Description
Ceramic Fiber Brick
Ceramic Fiber Brick
Ceramic Fiber Brick
Ceramic Fiber Brick
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LHE Series Natural Vent Insert
Modification Instructions of
EP28-5 Series Fireplace
Upgrading to LHEC20 or LHER20
Natural Vent Insert
WARNING: You must turn off gas supply to
fireplace.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Remove the upper and lower trims.
Remove the doors and mesh firescreen, if installed.
Remove the bottom door rail. (Fig. 28)
Disconnect the gas supply from the control valve under the fireplace. Remove the two (2) screws located
at bottom rear of burner pan. Disconnect the primary
spill switch from the gas valve. Leave the primary
spill switch in its location, as it must be rewired to
complete the new burner assembly installation. Lift
the complete burner assembly up and out of unit to
clear support ledge. (Fig. 29) Remove the existing
fan assembly, if installed.
5. Remove the hood and inner baffle. (Fig. 30)
6. Install the LHEC20/LHER20 insert by pushing it all
the way back inside the shell. (Fig. 31) For complete
gas line and venting installation, refer to Pages 6
and 8.
FP1507
Fig. 29 Remove the old burner assembly.
FP1507
EP28-5
Hood old burner
remove
6/17/04 djt
Inner
Baffle
FP1508
Fig. 30 Remove the decorative burner hood and inner baffle.
FP1506
Fig. 28 Remove the bottom door rail.
FP1506
EP28-5
remove bottom door rail
6/17/04 djt
LHEC20
or
LHER20
Insert
FP1508
EP28-5
remove inner baffle
and hood
6/17/04 djt
EP28-5
Series
Fireplace
FP1523
Fig. 31 Install insert by pushing it all the way inside the shell.
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FP1523
insert in
EP28
6/04
10005360
LIMITED LIFETIME WARRANTY
LHE Series Natural Vent Insert
PRODUCT COVERED BY THIS WARRANTY
All Vermont Castings gas stoves, gas inserts, and gas fireplaces, and all Majestic gas fireplaces equipped with an InstaFlame Ceramic Burner, or standard steel tube burner.
BASIC WARRANTY
CFM Corporation (hereinafter referred to collectively as the Company)
warrants that your new Vermont Castings or Majestic Gas Fireplace/
Stove is free from manufacturing and material defects for a period of
one year from the date of purchase, subject to the following conditions
and limitations.
EXTENDED LIFETIME WARRANTY
The heat exchanger, where applicable, and combustion chamber
of every Vermont Castings or Majestic gas product is warranted for
life against through wall perforation. All appliances equipped with an
Insta-Flame Ceramic Burner have limited lifetime coverage on the
ceramic burner plaque. Warrantees are made to the original owner
subject to proof of purchase and the conditions and limitations listed
on this Warranty Document
•
•
•
•
COMPONENT WARRANTY
CAST IRON: All external and internal cast iron parts are warranted for a
period of three years.
Note: On porcelain enamel finished external parts and accessories The
Company offers no Warranty on chipping of enamel surfaces. Inspect
all product prior to accepting it for any damage to the enamel.
The salt air environment of coastal areas or a high humidity environment
can be corrosive to the porcelain enamel finish. These conditions can
cause rusting of the cast iron beneath the porcelain enamel finish,
which will cause the finish to flake off.
Dye lot variations with replacement parts and/or accessories can occur
and are not covered by warranty.
GLASS DOORS: Glass doors are covered for a period of one year.
Glass doors are not warranted for breakage due to misuse or accident.
Glass doors are not covered for discoloration or burned in stains due to
environmental issues, or improper cleaning and maintenance.
BRASS PLATED PARTS AND ACCESSORIES: Brass parts should be
cleaned with Lemon oil only. Brass cleaners cannot be used. Mortar
mix and masonry cleaners may corrode the brass finish. The Company
will not be responsible for, nor will it warrant any brass parts which are
damaged by external chemicals or down draft conditions.
GAS VALVES: Gas valves are covered for a period of one year
•
•
•
•
•
•
ELECTRONIC AND MECHANICAL COMPONENTS: Electronic and
mechanical components of the burner assembly are covered for one year.
All steel tube burners are warranted for one year.
ACCESSORIES: Unless otherwise noted all components and CFM
Corporation company supplied accessories are covered for a period of
one year.
CONDITIONS AND LIMITATIONS
•
•
•
•
This new Vermont Castings or Majestic product must be installed by
a competent, authorized, service contractor. A licensed technician, as
prescribed by the local jurisdiction must perform any installation/service
work. It must be installed and operated at all times in accordance with
the Installation and Operating instructions furnished with the product.
Any alteration, willful abuse, accident, or misuse of the product shall
nullify this warranty.
This warranty is non-transferable, and is made to the original owner,
provided that the purchase was made through an authorized supplier
of the Company.
The customer must pay for any Authorized Dealer in-home travel fees
or service charges for in-home repair work. It is the dealers option
whether the repair work will be done in the customer’s home or in the
dealer’s shop.
If upon inspection, the damage is found to be the fault of the manufacturer,
repairs will be authorized at no charge to the customer parts and/or
labor.
10005360
•
Any part and/or component replaced under the provisions of this
warranty is covered for six months or the remainder of the original
warranty, whichever is longest.
This warranty is limited to the repair of or replacement of part(s) found
to be defective in material or workmanship, provided that such part(s)
have been subjected to normal conditions of use and service, after
said defect is confirmed by the Company’s inspection.
The company may, at its discretion, fully discharge all obligations
with respect to this warranty by refunding the wholesale price of the
defective part(s)
Any installation, labor, construction, transportation, or other related
costs/expenses arising from defective part(s), repair, replacement,
or otherwise of same, will not be covered by this warranty, nor shall
the Company assume responsibility for same. Further, the Company
will not be responsible for any incidental, indirect, or consequential
damages except as provided by law.
SOME STATES DO NOT ALLOW FOR THE EXCLUSION OR
LIMITATIONS OF INCIDENTAL AND CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES
OR LIMITATIONS ON HOW LONG AN IMPLIED WARRANTY
LASTS, SO THE ABOVE LIMITATIONS MAY NOT APPLY TO YOUR
CIRCUMSTANCES. THIS WARRANTY GIVES YOU SPECIFIC
RIGHTS AND YOU MAY HAVE OTHER RIGHTS WHICH VARY FROM
STATE TO STATE.
All other warranties-expressed or implied- with respect to the product,
its components and accessories, or any obligations/liabilities on the
part of the Company are hereby expressly excluded.
The Company neither assumes, nor authorizes any third party to
assume on its behalf, any other liabilities with respect to the sale of
this Vermont Castings or Majestic 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:
a) Down drafts or spillage caused by environmental conditions such
as near-by trees, buildings, roof tops, hills, or mountains.
b) Inadequate ventilation or negative air pressure caused by
mechanical systems such as furnaces, fans, clothes dryers, etc.
This warranty is void if:
a) The fireplace has been operated in atmospheres contaminated by
chlorine, fluorine, or other damaging chemicals.
b) The fireplace has been subjected to prolonged periods of dampness
or condensation
c) Any damages to the fireplace, combustion chamber, heat exchanger
or other components due to water, or weather damage, which is the
result of but not limited to, improper chimney/venting installation.
d) Any alteration, willful abuse, accident, or misuse of the product
has occurred.
IF WARRANTY SERVICE IS NEEDED…
1) Contact your supplier. Make sure you have your warranty,
your sales receipt, and the model/serial number of your
CFM Corporation product.
2) DO NOT ATTEMPT TO DO ANY SERVICE WORK
YOURSELF.
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Efficiency Ratings
Model
LHEC20RN
LHEC20RP
LHEC20RFN
LHEC20RFP
LHER20RN
LHER20RP
LHEC30RN
LHEC30RP
LHEC30RFN
LHEC30RFP
LHER30RN
LHER30RP
EnerGuide Ratings
Fireplace Efficiency (%)
51.2
51.2
51.2
51.2
51.0
51.0
48.5
48.5
48.5
48.5
52.1
52.1
Steady State (%)
Fan-OFF
Fan-ON
71
75
72
76
71
75
72
76
69
N/A
70
N/A
69
72
70
73
69
72
70
73
68
N/A
69
N/A
CFM Corporation
2695 Meadowvale Blvd. • Mississauga, Ontario, Canada L5N 8A3
800-668-5323 • www.cfmcorp.com
D.O.E.
(AFUE%)
60
60
60
60
59
59
64
64
64
64
64
64