White Mountain P)-1 Owner`s manual

EMPIRE
Comfort Systems
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
AND
OWNER’S MANUAL
POWER-VENT
HIGH-EFFICIENCY FIREPLACE
MODELS
FF28BM(N,P)-1
FI28BM(N,P)-1
FW28BM(N,P)-1
WARNING
™
HOT GLASS WILL
CAUSE BURNS.
DO NOT TOUCH GLASS
UNTIL COOLED.
NEVER ALLOW CHILDREN
TO TOUCH GLASS.
Attention: This appliance is NOT to
be installed in Canada.
WARNING: If the information in these
instructions are not followed exactly, a fire or
explosion may result causing property damage,
personal injury or loss of life.
— Do not store or use gasoline or other flammable vapors and liquids in the vicinity of this or
any other appliance.
— WHAT TO DO IF YOU SMELL GAS
• Do not try to light any appliance.
• Do not touch any electrical 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.
— Installation and service must be performed
by a qualified installer, service agency or the
gas supplier.
Installer:
Leave this
appliance.
Consumer: Retain this
reference.
manual
manual
with
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for future
This appliance may be installed in an aftermarket,
permanently located, manufactured home (USA
only) or mobile home, where not prohibited by
state or 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.
WARNING: If not installed, operated and maintained in accordance with the manufacturer’s
instructions, this product could expose you to
substances in fuel or from fuel combustion which
can cause death or serious illness.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
SECTION
PAGE
Important Safety Information .......................................................................................................................................... 3
Safety Information for Users of LP-Gas . ........................................................................................................................ 4
Requirements for Massachusetts ..................................................................................................................................... 5
Gas Supply ....................................................................................................................................................................... 6
Introduction . .................................................................................................................................................................... 7
Installation Instructions – General Safety Information . .................................................................................................. 8
Specifications ................................................................................................................................................................... 8
Clearances for Direct Vent ............................................................................................................................................... 9
Heater Installation for Direct Vent ................................................................................................................................... 9
Clearances for Single Flue ............................................................................................................................................. 10
Heater Installation for Single Flue . ............................................................................................................................... 10
Specifications .................................................................................................................................................................. 11
Clearance to Combustibles ............................................................................................................................................ 12
Rough Framing Dimensions .......................................................................................................................................... 13
Insert Into Masonry Fireplace . ...................................................................................................................................... 13
Wall Clearances ............................................................................................................................................................. 14
Log Set Installation Instructions ............................................................................................................................. 15 - 16
Vent Examples for Single Flue ............................................................................................................................... 17 - 19
PVVK-CFA Flex Vent Kit ............................................................................................................................................. 20
PVVK-SH Horizontal Vent Adaptor Kit . ...................................................................................................................... 21
Horizontal Examples for Colinear Direct Vent .............................................................................................................. 22
Vertical Examples for Colinear Direct Vent ........................................................................................................... 23 - 24
PVCA Horizontal Colinear Direct Vent Adaptor ........................................................................................................... 25
PVVTC Termination Cap Vent Kit ................................................................................................................................ 26
PVCT Colinear Transition Vent Kit ............................................................................................................................... 27
Direct Vent Installation Instructions .............................................................................................................................. 28
PVVK-24H and PVVK-48H Vent Kit .................................................................................................................... 29 - 30
Gas Connection Installation Instructions ....................................................................................................................... 31
Gas Connection Installation Instructions - In-Wall Units............................................................................................... 31
F(F,I,W)K28(BL,CM,HP,SS) Surround Installation Instructions................................................................................... 32
Operating Instructions Checklist ................................................................................................................................... 33
Lighting Instructions . ............................................................................................................................................. 34 - 35
Fan Operation ................................................................................................................................................................ 36
Automatic Humidifier Operation ................................................................................................................................... 36
Optional Controllers................................................................................................................................................. 37 - 38
Wiring ............................................................................................................................................................................ 39
General Information . ..................................................................................................................................................... 40
Maintenance . .......................................................................................................................................................... 41 - 43
Main Convection Fan .................................................................................................................................................... 44
Heat Exchanger . ............................................................................................................................................................ 44
Unit Operating Faults .................................................................................................................................................... 44
Resetting the Heater . ..................................................................................................................................................... 45
Log Replacement ........................................................................................................................................................... 45
Parts List ........................................................................................................................................................................ 46
Parts View ...................................................................................................................................................................... 47
Warranty Terms . ............................................................................................................................................................ 48
Master Parts Distributor List........................................................................................................................................... 49
How To Order Repair Parts . .......................................................................................................................................... 49
Service Notes........................................................................................................................................................... 50 - 51
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION
THIS IS A HEATING APPLIANCE
DO NOT OPERATE THIS APPLIANCE WITHOUT FRONT PANEL INSTALLED.
• Due to high temperatures the appliance should be
located out of traffic and away from furniture and
draperies.
• Children and adults should be alerted to the hazards
of high surface temperatures and should stay away to
avoid burns or clothing ignition.
• Young children should be carefully supervised when
they are in the same room as the appliance. Toddlers,
young children and others may be susceptible to accidental contact burns. A physical barrier is recommended if there are at risk individuals in the house. To restrict
access to a fireplace or stove, install an adjustale safety
gate to keep away toddlers, young children and other
at risk individuals out of the room and away from hot
surfaces.
• Clothing or other flammable material should not be
placed on or near the appliance.
• Any safety screen or guard removed for servicing an
appliance must be replaced prior to operating the
appliance.
• Keep burner and control compartment clean.
• Vent cap hot while furnace is in operation.
• Installation and repair should be done by a
QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSON. The appliance
should be inspected before use and at least annually
by a qualified service person. More frequent cleaning
may be required due to excessive lint from carpeting,
bedding materials, etc. It is imperative that control
compartments, burners and circulating air passageways
of the appliance be kept clean.
• DO NOT put anything around the furnace that will
obstruct the flow of combustion and ventilation air.
• DO keep the appliance area clear and free from
combustible material, gasoline and other flammable
vapors and liquids.
• Do examine venting system periodically and replace
damaged parts.
• Do make a periodic visual check of burner. Clean and
replace damaged parts.
• DO NOT use this heater 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.
• For manufactured home (USA only) or mobile home
or residential installation convertible for use with
natural gas and liquefied petroleum gases when
provision is made for the simple conversion from one
gas to the other.
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SAFETY INFORMATION FOR USERS OF LP-GAS
Propane (LP-Gas) is a flammable gas which can cause fires and
explosions. In its natural state, propane is odorless and colorless.
You may not know all the following safety precautions which can
protect both you and your family from an accident. Read them
carefully now, then review them point by point with the mem-
bers of your household. Someday, there may not be a minute to
lose, everyone’s safety will depend on knowing exactly what to
do. If, after reading the following information, you feel you still
need more information, please contact your gas supplier.
LP-GAS WARNING ODOR
If a gas leak happens, you should be able to smell the gas because of the odorant put in the LP-Gas.
That’s your signal to go into immediate action!
•
•
•
•
Do not operate electric switches, light matches, use your
phone. Do not do anything that could ignite the gas.
Get everyone out of the building, vehicle, trailer, or area. Do
that IMMEDIATELY.
Close all gas tank or cylinder supply valves.
LP-Gas is heavier than air and may settle in low areas such
as basements. When you have reason to suspect a gas leak,
keep out of basements and other low areas. Stay out until
firefighters declare them to be safe.
•
•
Use your neighbor’s phone and call a trained LP-Gas
service person and the fire department. Even though you
may not continue to smell gas, do not turn on the gas again.
Do not re-enter the building, vehicle, trailer, or area.
Finally, let the service man and firefighters check for
escaped gas. Have them air out the area before you return.
Properly trained LP-Gas service people should repair the
leak, then check and relight the gas appliance for you.
NO ODOR DETECTED - ODOR FADE
Some people cannot smell well. Some people cannot smell the
odor of the chemical put into the gas. You must find out if you
can smell the odorant in propane. Smoking can decrease your
ability to smell. Being around an odor for a time can affect your
sensitivity or ability to detect that odor. Sometimes other odors
in the area mask the gas odor. People may not smell the gas odor
or their minds are on something else. Thinking about smelling a
gas odor can make it easier to smell.
The odorant in LP-gas is colorless, and it can fade under some
circumstances. For example, if there is an underground leak, the
movement of the gas through soil can filter the odorant. Odorants
in LP-Gas also are subject to oxidation. This fading can occur if
there is rust inside the storage tank or in iron gas pipes.
The odorant in escaped gas can adsorb or absorb onto or into
walls, masonry and other materials and fabrics in a room. That
will take some of the odorant out of the gas, reducing its odor
intensity.
LP-Gas may stratify in a closed area, and the odor intensity
could vary at different levels. Since it is heavier than air, there
may be more odor at lower levels. Always be sensitive to the
slightest gas odor. If you detect any odor, treat it as a serious leak.
Immediately go into action as instructed earlier.
SOME POINTS TO REMEMBER
•
•
•
•
Learn to recognize the odor of LP-gas. Your local LP-Gas
Dealer can give you a “Scratch and Sniff” pamphlet. Use it
to find out what the propane odor smells like. If you suspect
that your LP-Gas has a weak or abnormal odor, call your
LP-Gas Dealer.
If you are not qualified, do not light pilot lights, perform service, or make adjustments to appliances on the LP-Gas system. If you are qualified, consciously think about the odor of
LP-Gas prior to and while lighting pilot lights or performing
service or making adjustments.
Sometimes a basement or a closed-up house has a musty
smell that can cover up the LP-Gas odor. Do not try to light
pilot lights, perform service, or make adjustments in an area
where the conditions are such that you may not detect the
odor if there has been a leak of LP-Gas.
Odor fade, due to oxidation by rust or adsorption on walls
of new cylinders and tanks, is possible. Therefore, people
should be particularly alert and careful when new tanks or
cylinders are placed in service. Odor fade can occur in new
tanks, or reinstalled old tanks, if they are filled and allowed
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•
to set too long before refilling. Cylinders and tanks which
have been out of service for a time may develop internal
rust which will cause odor fade. If such conditions are suspected to exist, a periodic sniff test of the gas is advisable. If
you have any question about the gas odor, call your LP-gas
dealer. A periodic sniff test of the LP-gas is a good safety
measure under any condition.
If, at any time, you do not smell the LP-Gas odorant and
you think you should, assume you have a leak. Then take
the same immediate action recommended above for the occasion when you do detect the odorized LP-Gas.
If you experience a complete “gas out,” (the container is under no vapor pressure), turn the tank valve off immediately.
If the container valve is left on, the container may draw in
some air through openings such as pilot light orifices. If this
occurs, some new internal rusting could occur. If the valve is
left open, then treat the container as a new tank. Always be
sure your container is under vapor pressure by turning it off
at the container before it goes completely empty or having it
refilled before it is completely empty.
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REQUIREMENTS FOR MASSACHUSETTS
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:
1. 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 and battery back-up is installed on the floor level where
the gas equipment is to be installed. In addition, the installing
plumber or gas fitter shall observe that a battery operated
or hard wired carbon monoxide detector with an alarm is
installed on each additional level of the dwelling, building or
structure served by the side wall horizontal vented gas fueled
equipment. It shall be the responsibility of the property owner
to secure the services of qualified licensed professionals for
the installation of hard wired carbon monoxide detectors
a. 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.
b. 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.
2. APPROVED CARBON MONOXIDE DETECTORS. Each
carbon monoxide detector as required in accordance with the
above provisions shall comply with NFPA 720 and be ANSI/
UL 2034 listed and IAS certified.
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3. 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”.
4. 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.
(b) EXEMPTIONS: The following equipment is exempt
from 248 CMR 5.08(2)(a)1 through 4:
1. The equipment listed in Chapter 10 entitled
“Equipment Not Required To Be Vented” in the
most current edition of NFPA 54 as adopted by the
Board; and
2. 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.
(d) MANUFACTURER REQUIREMENTS - 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:
1. The referenced “special venting system” instructions
shall be included with the appliance or equipment
installation instructions; and
2. 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 instruction.
(e) 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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GAS SUPPLY
Consult the current National Fuel Gas Code, ANSI Z223.1 CAN/
CGA-B149 (.1 or .2) installation code.
Recommended Gas Pipe Diameter
Pipe Length
Schedule 40 Pipe
Tubing, Type L
Inside Diameter
Outside Diameter
Nat.
L.P.
Nat.
L.P.
0-10 feet
1/2”
3/8”
1/2”
3/8”
0-3 meters
12.7mm 9.5 mm 12.7mm 9.5 mm
10-40 feet
1/2”
1/2”
5/8”
1/2”
4-12 meters 12.7mm 12.7mm 15.9 mm 12.7mm
40-100 feet
1/2”
1/2”
3/4”
1/2”
13-30 meters 12.7mm 12.7mm
19mm 12.7mm
100-150 feet
3/4”
1/2”
7/8”
3/4”
31-46 meters 19mm 12.7mm 22.2 mm 19mm
Note: Never use plastic pipe. Check to confirm whether your local
codes allow copper tubing or galvanized.
Note: Since some municipalities have additional local codes, it is
always best to consult your local authority and installation code.
The use of the following gas connectors is recommended:
— ANS Z21.24 Appliance Connectors of Corrugated Metal Tubing
and Fittings
— ANS Z21.45 Assembled Flexible Appliance Connectors of
Other Than All-Metal Construction
The above connectors may be used if acceptable by the authority
having jurisdiction. The state of Massachusetts requires that a flexible
appliance connector cannot exceed three feet in length.
GAS VALVE
3/8 NPT NIPPLE
Installing a New Main Gas Cock
Each appliance should have its own manual gas cock.
A manual main gas cock should be located in the vicinity of
the unit. Where none exists, or where its size or location is not
adequate, contact your local authorized installer for installation
or relocation.
Compounds used on threaded joints of gas piping shall be resistant
to the action of liquefied petroleum gases. The gas lines must be
checked for leaks by the installer. This should be done with a soap
solution watching for bubbles on all exposed connections, and if
unexposed, a pressure test should be made.
Never use an exposed flame to check for leaks. Appliance must
be disconnected from piping at inlet of control valve and pipe
capped or plugged for pressure test. Never pressure test with
appliance connected; control valve will sustain damage!
A gas valve and ground joint union should be installed in the gas
line upstream of the gas control to aid in servicing. It is required
by the National Fuel Gas Code that a drip line be installed near
the gas inlet. This should consist of a vertical length of pipe tee
connected into the gas line that is capped on the bottom in which
condensation and foreign particles may collect.
Pressure Testing of the Gas Supply System
1. To check the inlet pressure to the gas valve, a 1/8" (3 mm) N.P.T.
plugged tapping, accessible for test gauge connection, must be
placed immediately upstream of the gas supply connection to
the appliance.
2. The appliance and its individual shutoff 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 (3.5 kPa).
3. The appliance must be isolated from the gas supply piping
system by closing its individual manual shutoff valve during
any pressure testing of the gas supply piping system at test
pressures equal to or less than 1/2 psig (3.5 kPa).
Attention! If one of the procedures results in pressures in excess
of 1/2 psig (14" w.c.) (3.5 kPa) on the fireplace gas valve, it will
result in a hazardous condition.
SHUT OFF VALVE
Figure 1
SOLENOID
Checking Manifold Pressure
Both Propane and Natural gas valves have a built-in pressure
regulator in the gas valve. Natural gas models will have a manifold
pressure of approximately 3.5" w.c. (.872 kPa) at the valve outlet
with the inlet pressure to the valve from a minimum of 5.0" w.c.
(1.245 kPa) for the purpose of input adjustment to a maximum of
10.5" w.c. (2.614 kPa) Propane gas models will have a manifold
pressure approximately 7.0" w.c. (2.49 kPa) at the valve outlet
with the inlet pressure to the valve from a minimum of 11.0" w.c.
(2.739 kPa) for the purpose of input adjustment to a maximum of
13.0" w.c. (3.237 kPa).
A 1/8" (3 mm) N.P.T. plugged tapping, accessible for test gauge
connection, is located on the outlet side of the gas control.
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INTRODUCTION
Introduction
Always consult your local Building Department regarding
regulations, codes or ordinances which apply to the installation of
a direct vent wall furnace.
Instructions to Installer
1. Installer must leave instruction manual with owner after
installation.
2. Installer must have owner fill out and mail warranty card
supplied with furnace.
3. Installer should show owner how to start and operate furnace
and thermostat.
4. Installer must locate unit near a grounded wall receptacle for
115VAC power and must provide gas supply and vent the
unit properly for safe operation.
Warning:
Any change to this furnace or its control can be dangerous.
This is a heating appliance and any panel, door or guard
removed for servicing an appliance must be replaced prior
to operating the appliance.
General Information
This series is designed certified in accordance with American
National Standard/CSA Standard Z21.88 and CSA 2.33 by the
Canadian Standards Association as a Gas Fireplace Heater to be
installed according to these instructions.
Any alteration of the original design, installed other than as
shown in these instructions or use with a type of gas not shown
on the rating plate is the responsibility of the person and
company making the change.
Important
All Correspondence should refer to complete Model Number,
Serial Number and type of gas.
Notice: During initial firing of this unit, oil from the heat exchanger may bake out and smoke may occur. To prevent triggering of
smoke alarms, ventilate the room in which the unit is installed.
Installation in Residential Garages
Gas utilization equipment in residential garages shall be installed
so that all burners and burner ignition devices are located not less
than 18” (457 mm) above the floor.
Qualified Installing Agency
Installation and replacement of gas piping, gas utilization
equipment or accessories and repair and servicing of equipment
shall be performed only by a qualified agency. The term “qualified agency” mean any individual, firm, corporation or company
which either in person or through a representative is engaged in
and is responsible for (a) the installation or replacement of gas
piping or (b) the connection, installation, repair or servicing of
equipment, who is experienced in such work, familiar with all
precautions required and has complied with all the requirements
of the authority having jurisdiction.
The installation must conform with local codes, or in the absence
of local codes, the National Fuel Gas Code, ANSI Z223.1/NFPA
54 or Natural Gas and Propane Installation Code, CSA B149.1.
* Available from the American National Standards Institute, Inc.,
11 West 42nd St., New York, NY 10036.
A manufactured home (USA only) or mobile home OEM
installation must conform with the Manufactured Home Construction and Safety Standard, Title 24 CFR, Part 3280, or, when
such a standard is not applicable, the Standard for Manufactured
Home Installations, ANSIZ225.1, or Standard for Gas Equipped
Recreational Vehicles and Mobile Housing, CSA Z240.0.
Sate of Massachusetts: The installation must be made by a
licensed plumber or gas fitter in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
High Altitudes
For altitudes/elevations above 2,000 feet (610 m), input ratings
should be reduced at the rate of 4 percent for each 1,000 feet
(305 m) above sea level, this may be accomplished by reducing
manifold pressure. The maximum allowable reduction in manifold
pressure for Natural gas shall be from 3.5” w.c. (.872 kPa) to 2.8”
w.c. (.697 kPa). The maximum allowable reduction in manifold
pressure for Propane (LP) gas shall be from 10.0” w.c. (2.49 kPa)
to 8.0” w.c. (1.99 kPa). For Canadian high altitude applications,
this appliance is suitable for installation at elevations between 0
feet (0 m) and 4,500 feet (1,372 m) without change.
Attention:
This appliance is NOT to be installed in
Canada.
Such equipment shall be located, or protected, so it is not subject
to physical damage by a moving vehicle.
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INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS - GENERAL SAFETY INFORMATION
1. This installation must conform with local codes or, in the
absence of local codes with NFPA54.
2. Provide adequate clearances around the product for
servicing and ensure there are no obstructions to the
combustion air intake situated at the back of the heater. Refer
to Page 12, Figures 3 through 7.
Note:
Under no circumstances should the appliance be
installed under conditions which would not allow for
easy removal of the appliance to carry out routine
inspection and service to the appliance, to do so will
void the warranty.
Note:
On Single Wall flue pipe installations (imitation
zero clearance fireplace) a minimum of 2” (50.8 cm)
clearance must be provided at the rear of the heater to
enable the heater to get sufficient combustion air to the
air inlet located at the rear of heater. Refer to installation
instructions on page 12, Figures 3 through 7.
Note:
Where a mantel surround is being used on insert
installations and zero clearance fireplace installations,
the combustion air intake slot located in the top mantel
surround must have no obstructions to allow combustion
air to enter through the slot to the combustion air inlet
located at the back of the heater.
3. The appliance must be installed on a flat, solid continuous
surface (i.e. wood, metal, concrete). Please Note: Rough
or uneven surfaces can cause vibration or humming in the
heater.
4. The Mantis Power-Vent High-Effeciency Fireplace can be
installed in a wide variety of ways and will fit nearly any
room layout. It may be installed in a recessed position, framed
out into the room, or across a corner. For installation options
refer to page 12.
5. This appliance needs to be installed in such a way that the
heater can be removed at all times to service the heater exchanger and flue fan located in the rear section of the heater.
SPECIFICATIONS
Model
F(F,I,W)28BM(N,P)
Input BTU/HR (KW/H)
15,000 Rear - 13,000 Front
Height
24 3/4”
Width
28 3/16”
Depth
17 5/8”
Gas Inlet (Pipe)
3/8” Flair
Electrical - Unit has a 5’ (1.5 m) 3 pronged cordset for connection to an approved 115 VAC 60 Hz maximum
AMPs - 5A wall receptacle.
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Accessories
Part Number
Description
TRW
Wall Thermostat - Wireless Remote
FRBTC
Battery Operated Remote with Thermostat
FRBTP
Battery Operated Remote with Programmable
Thermostat
TDV1
24 Digital Wall Thermostat
T24V
24 Volt Thermostat
TMV2
Two-Stage Thermostats
PVVK24H
Direct Vent 24” Vent Kit
PVVK48H
Direct Vent 48” Vent Kit
PVVK-SH
Single Flue Horizontal Vent Kit
PVVK-SV
Single Flue Vertical Vent Kit
PVVK-CFA
Flex Vent Kit
PVCT
Colinear Transition
PVVTC
Vertical Termination Cap - 1.5”
PVCA
Colinear Adapter
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CLEARANCES FOR DIRECT VENT
1. Pick a location on a wall with a clear space in the room.
In selecting a location for installation, it is necessary to
provide adequate accessibility clearances for servicing and
proper installation. Be sure to locate the unit close enough to a
110 VAC wall receptacle to properly power appliance.
2. When facing the front of the furnace the minimum clearances
from casing to combustible construction are 0” (0 mm) on
top, 0” (0 mm) on each side, and 0” (0 mm) from the floor,
0” (0 mm) to rear wall and 44 3/4” (1136.7 mm) from Mantis
top to ceiling.
3. The minimum distance from the center of the vent cap to the
nearest outside corner or obstruction is 12” (305 mm).
4. The minimum wall depth is 4” (102 mm) and the maximum
is 48” (121.92 cm).
The vent terminal of a direct vent appliance, with an input of
50,000 BTU (14.6KW) per hour or less shall be located at least
9” (229 mm) from any opening through which flue gases could
enter a building.
The bottom of the exhaust vent terminal and the air intake shall
be located at least 12” (305 mm) above grade and must be vented
outside.
WARNING: The nearest point of the vent cap should be
a minimum horizontal distant of six (6) feet (1.83 m) from
any pressure regulator. In case of regulator malfunction,
the six (6) feet (1.83 m) distance will reduce the chance of
gas entering the vent cap.
Installation on Rugs and Tile
If this appliance is to be installed directly on carpeting, tile, or other
combustible material, other than wood flooring, the appliance shall
be installed on a metal or wood panel extending the full width and
depth of the appliance.
The base referred to above does not mean the fire-proof base as
used on wood stoves. The protection is primarily for rugs that may
be extremely thick and light-color tile that can discolor.
HEATER INSTALLATION FOR DIRECT VENT
Locating Wall Opening
The recommended location for this furnace is on an outside wall.
Locate wall studs so that wall vent opening will be located between
wall studs. The wall opening required for venting is a 3 1/2”
(89 mm) minimum diameter opening.
Refer to Figures 3 to 5 for positioning the heater on wall and for
locating gas line connection and vent opening. Furnace can sit on
the floor.
1 9/16”
4 3/32”
Figure 2
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CLEARANCES FOR SINGLE FLUE
1. Pick a location on a wall with a clear space in the room.
In selecting a location for installation, it is necessary to
provide adequate accessibility clearances for servicing and
proper installation. Be sure to locate the unit close enough to a
115 VAC wall receptacle to properly power appliance.
2. When facing the front of the furnace, the minimum clearances
from casing to combustible construction are 0” (0 mm) on
top, 0” (0 mm) on each side, 0” (0 mm) from the floor and
2” (51 mm) to rear wall for servicing and installation.
3. The minimum distance from the center of the vent cap to the
nearest outside corner or obstruction is 12” (305 mm).
The bottom of the exhaust vent terminal and the air intake shall
be located at least 12” (305 mm) above grade and must be vented
outside.
WARNING: The nearest point of the vent cap should be a
minimum horizontal distance of six (6) feet (1.83 m) from
any pressure regulator. In case of regulator malfunction,
the six (6) feet (1.83 m) distance will reduce the chance of
gas entering the vent cap.
Installation on Rugs and Tile
If this appliance is to be installed directly on carpeting, tile, or other
combustible material, other than wood flooring, the appliance shall
be installed on a metal or wood panel extending the full width and
depth of the appliance.
The base referred to above does not mean the fire-proof base as
used on wood stoves. The protection is primarily for rugs that may
be extremely thick and light-color tile that can discolor.
HEATER INSTALLATION FOR SINGLE FLUE
Locating Wall Opening
The recommended location for this heater is on an outside wall
(the unit can be located on an inside wall but must not exceed 40’
(12.19 m) in exhaust vent length. Locate wall studs so that wall
vent opening will be located between wall studs. The wall opening
required for venting is a 1 7/8” (48 mm) minimum diameter
opening.
Refer to Figures 3 to 5 for positioning the heater on wall and for
locating gas line connection and vent opening. Heater can sit on
the floor.
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SPECIFICATIONS
35”
(88.9cm)
17”
(43.2cm)
33 7/16”
23 7/8”
(84.9cm)
(60.6cm)
28 5/8”
(72.7cm)
5 - SINGLE FLUE ADAPTOR
MODEL #PVVK-SH
1 - FLUE OUTLET
3 9/16” (9.0cm)
Heater In Wall - 35” Picture Frame Surround
FWK28(BL,CM,HP,SS) - Contains surround, hood, and lower
front
35”
(88.9cm)
29 3/8”
(74.6cm)
24 5/8”
(62.5cm)
13/16”
(2.1cm)
Heater - 35” Surround Kit
FFK28(BL,CM,HP,SS) - Contains surround, hood, & lower front
4 - FLEX HOSE
OPENING
2 - AIR INLET
1 - FLUE
OUTLET
1 1/8” (2.8cm)
7 5/16”
(18.6cm)
38”
(96.5cm)
3 9/16”
(9.0cm)
2 5/8”
(6.7cm)
1” (2.5cm)
6 1/8”
(15.6cm)
30 7/8”
(78.4cm)
24 5/8”
(62.5cm)
Heater - 38” Surround
FIK28(BL,CM,HP,SS) - Contains surround, hood, & lower front
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Index
No.
1
2
3
4
5
4 3/16”
(10.6cm)
3 - ELECTRIC
CORD
Description
Flue Outlet 1 1/2” PVC Pipe
Air Inlet
Electric Cord
3/8” Flare Connection (Inside)
Single Flue Adaptor Model #PVVK-SH (required)
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CLEARANCE TO COMBUSTIBLES
Insert Models
A
A
B
B
C
6 1/4”
MIN
Figure 3
C
Figure 5
Figure 4
A
B
C
D
Rear Wall to Heater
Side Wall to Heater
Corner Installation
Mantel Clearance
Freestanding Units
0” (2” Single Flue and 1 1/4” Direct Vent for Serviceability)
0”
0”
See Figure 7
Fireplace Insert
D
12”
(30.5cm)
CEILING
WALL OPENING
8”
30 7/8”
(78.4cm) 26 ½”
(67.3cm)
6”
COMBUSTIBLE TRIM AND MANTELS
ALLOWED IN SHADED AREA
44 3/4”
4”
24”
37”
(93.98 cm)
18”
12”
38”
(96.5cm)
Single Flue
Requires surround for combustion air.
Do not cover surround louver.
Figure 6
4 3/4”
Mantel and Ceiling Clearances
Figure 7
Note:
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The Mantis Power-Vent High-Efficiency Fireplace has been tested and approved for zero clearance to combustible materials.
Empire Comfort Systems, Inc. recommends that clearances as listed above should be maintained to allow for removal of the
product for servicing.
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ROUGH FRAMING DIMENSIONS
FLAT FRONT
A -
23 1/2” Min. with 90° Street Elbow
B -
24 3/4”
C - 28 3/16” Min., 31” Recommended for serviceability.
ACCESS
PANELS
Note: Heater will be 0” clearance on right
and 3” on left for serviceability.
D -
4” - 6”
NOTE: ONLY ONE ACCESS PANEL (FIGURE 8) IS
NEEDED. INSTALLER TO DETERMINE BEST
OPTION.
1.5”
Figure 8
INSERT INTO MASONRY FIREPLACE
A -
23 1/2” WHEN USING FI28(BL,CM,HP,SS) SURROUND
B -
24 3/4” MIN. DIRECT
29” MAX
C -
28 3/16” MIN. WITH SURROUND
37” MAX. WITH 38” SURROUND
Figure 9
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WALL CLEARANCES
23 1/2”
(59.7cm)
6 ½”
(16.5cm)
PVVK-CFA
PVVK-SH
Figure 10
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LOG SET INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
Log Installation
The positioning of the logs is critical to the safe and clean
operation of this heater. Sooting and other problems may result if
the logs are not properly and firmly positioned in the appliance.
Note:
Note:
A
D
Before you begin: Do not handle these logs with your bare
hands! Always wear gloves to prevent skin irritation.
After handling logs, wash your hands gently with soap and
water.
F
See Page 41 for Glass Assembly removal and
replacement.
B
Log Placement
Figure 11A
1. Place Rear Log (A) onto rear log support. The notch in the
Rear Log fits over the rear Hot Surface Ignitor.
H
2. Place Left Log (B) on left rear log support shelf. The charred
portion of the log must face inward.
3. Place Middle Log (D) on front log support between the front
and back burners.
C
4. Place Front Right Log (F) on right side of Firebox bottom.
Notch in bottom of Front Right Log fits over the front Flame
sensor. See Figure 11A.
5. Place Front Left Log (E) on left side of Firebox bottom.
Notch in bottom of Front Left Log fits over front Hot Surface
Ignitor. See Figure 11B.
E
6. Place Right Log (C) on right rear log support shelf. Top of
log rests on Rear Log (A) and bottom of log rests on Firebox
bottom. Charred portion of log must face inward.
G
Figure 11B
7. Place Left Top Long Log (G) on the pin on Left Log (B). The
upper left leg of Left Top Log will rest on Rear Log (A). The
upper right leg of Left Top Log will rest on Middle Log (D).
8. Place Right Top Long Log (H) on the pin on the Right Log
(C). The bottom left leg of the Right Top Log will rest in the
indent on the right side of the Middle Log (D). The bottom
right leg of the Right Top Log will rest in the indent in the
Front Right Log (F).
REAR HOT SURFACE IGNITOR
REAR FLAME SENSOR
REAR BURNER
REAR LOG SUPPORT
LEFT REAR
LOG SUPPORT
SHELF
RIGHT REAR
LOG SUPPORT
SHELF
FRONT LOG SUPPORT
FIREBOX BOTTOM
FRONT HOT SURFACE IGNITOR
FRONT BURNER
FRONT FLAME SENSOR
Figure 12
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LOG SET INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
D - Middle Log
A - Rear Log
C - Right Log
B - Left Log
H - Right Top Log
G - Left Top Log
F - Front Right Log
E - Front Left Log
LOG SET DIAGRAM - A
The Gas Log Kit contains the following:
Index Letter
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
Log Description
Rear Log
Left Log
Right Log
Middle Log
Front Left Log
Front Right Log
Left Top Log
Right Top Log
Figure 13
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VENT EXAMPLES FOR SINGLE FLUE
Max Vent Run - 40 ft. Equivalent With Three (3) 90° Elbows
Special Note: The vent terminal 90° elbow and first 90° elbow off back of the heater, when within 6” (15.2 cm), do not
contribute to the overall vent length measurement. For each 45° elbow installed in the horizontal run, the length of the
horizontal run MUST be reduced by 1.5 feet (45 cm). This does not apply if the 45° elbows are installed on the vertical part of
the vent system. Reduce the length of the horizontal run 3 feet (91.4 cm) for every 90° elbow.
Note: On horizontal runs, a P.V.C. support clamp needs to be installed every 3 feet. No “sags” in horizontal vent runs; water will settle
in the pipe.
When installing a single flue horizontal, the minimum vent length protruding from the outside wall is 6” (15.2 cm). See Figure 14.
Minimum vent from the rear of the unit is 12”.
Note: Horizontal discharge 90° elbow must be pointed downward. See Figure 15. All horizontal runs require either a 1/4” per foot rise
to run condensation back to the heater, or a 1/4” per foot downward slope to run condensation away from the heater.
Note: All PVC vent run piping can be purchased at a local hardware store. Schedule 40 PVC pipe should be used and cemented.
PVVK-CFA Flex Kit and PVVK-SH Horizontal Vent Adaptor Kit are available from Empire Comfort Systems, Inc.
MIN 2”
90° ELBOW
3 FEET
12” MIN.
H=
V=
(2) - 90° = Total =
2’
(61.0cm)
VENT TERMINAL
90° ELBOW
(NOT COUNTED)
5’ + 2’ = 7’
27’
6’
40’
27’
(8.2m)
6” MIN.
12” MIN.
EXTERIOR GRADE
Figure 14
Single Flue - Straight Out Back
Min 6” Outside Wall
Min 2” From Unit to Wall for Intake Air
Min vent length 12”
5’
(1.5m)
FIRST 90° ELBOW
DOES NOT GET COUNTED
WHEN WITHIN 6” (15.2cm)
OFF BACK OF HEATER
Figure 15
Single Flue - Horizontal Tall Vent Run
Example Calculation Max Vent Run 40’
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VENT EXAMPLES FOR SINGLE FLUE (cont.)
Flat Front Insert ONLY Dimensions
H=
V=
(1) - 90° = Total =
1’
36’
3’
40’
36’
(11m)
A
Flat Front Side View
3”
90° ELBOW
SINGLE FLUE ADAPTOR
MODEL #PVVK-SH
ELECTRICAL RECEPTICLE
1’
(30.5cm)
Figure 16
Single Flue - Vertical Vent Run
B
C
A -
23 1/2” Min. with 90° Street Elbow
B -
28 3/16” (716 mm)
C - 28 3/16” (716 mm) Min., 31 3/16” (792 mm) Recommended for serviceability.
Note: Heater will be 0” clearance on right and 3” on left for
serviceability.
Figure 17
Top View
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VENT EXAMPLES FOR SINGLE FLUE (cont.)
6”
(15.2cm)
MIN.
FLUE CENTER
90° ELBOW
12” (30.5cm) MIN.
1/4” DOWNWARD SLOPE
PER FOOT TO OUTSIDE
EXTERIOR GRADE
Figure 18
Minimum Exterior Grade Dimension - Single Flue, Horizontal Venting Below Floor
VENT CAP
(SUPPLIED WITH VENT KIT)
MODEL #PVVK-SV
H
FLASHING
12
X
2 - 45 DEG. PVC
BENDS (SUPPLIED
BY INSTALLER)
ROOF PITCH
IS X
12
Determining Minimum Vent Height Above
the Roof
ROOF PITCH
H (Min.)
Flat to 6/12
12” (305 mm)
6/12 to 7/12
15” (381 mm)
Over 7/12 to 8/12
18” (457 mm)
Over 8/12 to 16/12
24” (610 mm)
Over 16/12 to 21/12
PVC PIPE
(SUPPLIED BY INSTALLER)
36” (914 mm)
MANTEL
SURROUND
FLEXIBLE PVC PIPE
WITH 1/2” COUPLING ON EACH END
MODEL #PVVK-CFA
GAS SUPPLY
Figure 19
Single Flue - Vertical Vent Run
with 45 degree elbows
WARNING: Major U.S. building codes specify minimum chimney and/or vent height above the rooftop. These minimum heights are
necessary in the interest of safety. These specifications are summarized in Figure 19.
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PVVK-CFA FLEX VENT KIT
Available from Empire Comfort Systems, Inc.
The flex vent kit is a flexible vent hose that is 42” in length. The flex vent kit will be used when installing a Mantis into an existing
fireplace. The flex vent kit can be cut down, but can only be cut from one end.
Cement PVC Joints
Cut End
Cement PVC Joints
Figure 20
Once length is determined, install two (2) 10 x 1/2” screws into the adaptor assembly to secure the adaptor assembly to the flex hose.
Using PVC cement, cement all PVC joints of the flex vent kit to the remaining PVC vent run.
Determining Minimum Vent Height Above the Roof
WARNING: Major U.S. building codes specify minimum chimney and/or vent height above the rooftop. These minimum heights are
necessary in the interest of safety.
VENT CAP (SUPPLIED
WITH VENT KIT)
GALV. SHEET FLASHING
TO SEAL CHIMNEY
(SUPPLIED BY INSTALLER)
PVC PIPE SWV
(SUPPLIED BY INSTALLER)
(2) - 45 DEG. PVC BENDS
(SUPPLIED BY INSTALLER
IF NECCESSARY)
V=
Total = 37’
40’
ROOF PITCH
Flat to 6/12
H (Min.)
12” (305 mm)
6/12 to 7/12
Over 7/12 to 8/12
Over 8/12 to 16/12
Over 16/12 to 21/12
15” (381 mm)
18” (457 mm)
24” (610 mm)
36” (914 mm)
CUT END
FLEXIBLE
FLUE KIT
FLEXIBLE GAS
LINE
Figure 21 - Venting for Existing Fireplace Installation
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PVVK-SH HORIZONTAL VENT ADAPTOR KIT
Available from Empire Comfort Systems, Inc.
1. Install foam gasket.
INSTALL FOAM GASKET
Figure 22
2. Attach flue adaptor to back of heater with four (4) screws.
8-8 x 1/2” Phillips Truss Head Screw
FLUE ADAPTOR
Figure 23
3. Install plastic gasket and screw threaded connector to the flue adaptor.
When these connections are made, continue with your vent run. Cement
all PVC joints on vent run.
PLASTIC GASKET
Figure 24
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THREADED CONNECTOR
Note: No PVC cement is needed
to install flue adaptor kit.
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HORIZONTAL EXAMPLES FOR COLINEAR DIRECT VENT
Max Vent Run - 40 ft. Equivalent With Three (3) 90° Elbows
Special Note: The vent terminal 90° elbow and first 90°
elbow off back of the heater, when within 6” (15.2 cm), do not
contribute to the overall vent length measurement. For each
45° elbow installed in the horizontal run, the length of the
horizontal run MUST be reduced by 1.5 feet (45 cm). This
does not apply if the 45° elbows are installed on the vertical
part of the vent system. Reduce the length of the horizontal
run 3 feet (91.4 cm) for every 90° elbow.
Note: On horizontal runs, a P.V.C. support clamp needs to be
installed every 3 feet. No “sags” in horizontal vent runs; water
will settle in the pipe.
When installing a colinear horizontal, the minimum vent length
protruding from the outside wall is 6” (15.2 cm) for air intake and
9” for exhaust. See Figure 26.
Note: Horizontal discharge 90° elbow must be pointed
downward. See Figure 28. All horizontal runs require either a 1/4”
per foot rise to run condensation back to the heater, or a 1/4” per
foot downward slope to run condensation away from the heater.
Note: All PVC vent run piping can be purchased at a local
hardware store. Schedule 40 PVC pipe should be used and cemented.
PVCA Horizontal Colinear Direct Vent Adaptor, PVVTC Cap,
PVVK-CFA Flex Kit and PVVK-SH Horizontal Vent Adaptor Kit
are available from Empire Comfort Systems, Inc.
EXHAUST AIR INTAKE
MIN. 2”
3” MIN.
TRANSITION PLATE
MODEL PVCT
6” MIN.
12” MIN.
9” MIN.
EXTERIOR GRADE
Figure 26
2.5” - 24”
Figure 25
MODEL PVCT
In both vertical and horizontal colinear direct vent applications,
a colinear transition plate model PVCT can be used to minimize
clearances between intake and exhaust pipes.
12” MIN.
For horizontal colinear direct venting, exhaust and intake air, cap
pipes with 90º elbows, pointed downward.
Note: If transition plate (model PVCT) is used, the measurement
for center to center of the pipes will be 2.5”. If the transition plate
(model PVCT) is not used, the measurement for center to center
of the pipes can be 3” to 24” maximum.
EXTERIOR GRADE
SINGLE FLUE ADAPTER
MODEL PVVK-SH
CO-LINEAR DIRECT VENT ADAPTER
MODEL PVCA
Figure 27
Note: Must maintain a minimum 3” between
exhaust outlet and air intake.
Figure 28
Enhanced top view of Figure 27
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VERTICAL EXAMPLES FOR COLINEAR DIRECT VENT
Special Note: The vent terminal (PTrap, Vent cap or two 90° elbows) and first 90° elbow off back of the heater, when within 6”
(15.2 cm) off back of the heater, do not contribute to the overall vent length measurement. For each 45° elbow installed in the
horizontal run, the length of the horizontal run MUST be reduced by 1.5 feet (45 cm). This does not apply if the 45° elbows are
installed on the vertical part of the vent system. Reduce the length of the horizontal run 3 feet (91.4 cm) for every 90° elbow.
Note: Exhaust must be a minimum of 3”
above air intake inlet.
EXHAUST
AIR INTAKE
SIDE VIEW
3” MIN.
EXHAUST
AIR INTAKE
3” MIN.
12” MIN.
12” MIN.
FLAT ROOF
OPTIONAL
VERTICAL TERMINATION CAP
MODEL PVVTC
PTRAP
CO-LINEAR TRANSITION
MODEL PVCT
10’
90° ELBOW
3 FEET
6’
90° ELBOW
3 FEET
CO-LINEAR DIRECT VENT ADAPTER
MODEL PVCA
10’
5’
SINGLE FLUE ADAPTER
MODEL PVVK-SH
H = 5’ + 6’ = 11’
V = 10’ + 10’ = 20’
(3) 90° = 9’
TOTAL = 40’
FIRST 90° ELBOW
DOES NOT GET COUNTED
WHEN WITHIN 6” (15.2cm)
OFF BACK OF HEATER
Figure 29
Calculation example of vent run maximum 40’
Determining Minimum Vent Height Above the Roof
WARNING: Major U.S. building codes specify minimum chimney and/or vent height above the rooftop. These minimum heights are
necessary in the interest of safety.
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VERTICAL EXAMPLES FOR COLINEAR DIRECT VENT
Note: Exhaust must be a minimum
of 3” above air intake inlet.
FLAT ROOF
Determining Minimum Vent Height Above the Roof
2.5” - 24”
WARNING: Major U.S. building codes specify minimum
chimney and/or vent height above the rooftop. These minimum
heights are necessary in the interest of safety. These specifications
are summarized in Figure 31.
FLAT ROOF
EXHAUST
TERMINATION CAP
MODEL PVVTC, PTRAP
OR 2 90° ELBOWS
AIR INTAKE
PTRAP OR 2 90° ELBOWS
(SUPPLIED BY INSTALLER)
EXHAUST: VERTICAL TERMINATION
CAP 1.5” MODEL PVVTC, PTRAP OR
2 90° ELBOWS
AIR INTAKE
PTRAP, 2 90° ELBOWS (SUPPLIED
BY INSTALLER) OR TERMINATION CAP
MODEL PVVTC. PTRAP TO FACE
AWAY FROM ROOF.
3” - 24”
HEIGHT
3” MIN.
HEIGHT
OPTION
FLASHING
REQUIRED
ATTACH OPTIONAL VENT KIT
MODEL PVCT PLATE TO GALV.
SHEET FLASHING (CHASE)
WITH (4) SCREWS.
USE OUTDOOR SEALER
BETWEEN PLATE AND CHASE.
12
X
45° ELBOW
45° ELBOW
FLEX PVC PIPE
WITH 1.5” COUPLING
ON EACH END
MODEL PVVK-CFA
CO-LINEAR
DIRECT VENT ADAPTER
MODEL PVCA
CO-LINEAR
DIRECT VENT ADAPTER
MODEL PVCA
AIR INTAKE
EXHAUST
SINGLE FLUE
MODEL PVVK-SH
Colinear Direct Vent - Insert Installation
Figure 30
Note: See Figure 21, Page 20.
SINGLE FLUE
MODEL PVVK-SH
ROOF PITCH
H (Min.)
Flat to 6/12
12” (305 mm)
6/12 to 7/12
15” (381 mm)
Over 7/12 to 8/12
18” (457 mm)
Over 8/12 to 16/12
24” (610 mm)
Over 16/12 to 21/12
36” (914 mm)
Colinear Direct Vent - Pitched Roof Installation
Figure 31
In both vertical and horizontal colinear direct vent applications,
a colinear transition plate model PVCT can be used to minimize
clearances between intake and exhaust pipes.
For exhaust and intake air, cap pipes with any of the following:
Vertical termination cap (model #PVVTC), PTrap, or two 90º
elbows. When transition plate (model PVCT) is used, two
termination caps (model PVVTC) may NOT be used.
See Figure 31, Page 24.
Note: If transition plate (model PVCT) is used, the measurement
for center to center of the pipes will be 2.5”. If the transition plate
(model PVCT) is not used, the measurement for center to center
of the pipes can be 3” to 24” maximum.
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PVCA HORIZONTAL COLINEAR DIRECT VENT ADAPTOR
Colinear adaptor to be used in conjunction with single flue horizontal vent kit PVVK-SH. The two attachments are used for colinear
direct vent installation.
Figure 32 - Colinear adaptor
1. Attach colinear adaptor to back of heater with two (2)
screws.
2. When adapter is connected, continue with your vent run.
Cementing PVC joint is recommended, but not required on
colinear fresh air intake adaptor.
8-8 x 1/2” Phillips Truss Head Screw
COLINEAR ADAPTER
SINGLE FLUE HORIZONTAL
MODEL PVVK-SH
Figure 34
Figure 33
3 11/16”
7 5/16”
4 13/16”
6 1/8”
Figure 35
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PVVTC TERMINATION CAP VENT KIT
Available from Empire Comfort Systems, Inc.
Figure 36 - Termination Cap
PVC CEMENT
Figure 37
Vertical exhaust cap used with 1 1/2” PVC pipe installation.
Termination cap also used with colinear transition plate model PVCT.
Refer to instruction manual for venting examples.
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PVCT COLINEAR TRANSITION VENT KIT
Available from Empire Comfort Systems, Inc.
Figure 38 - Colinear Transition Plate
Note: Exhaust must be a minimum of 3” above air intake inlet.
EXHAUST
PTRAP OR 2 90° ELBOWS
SUPPLIED BY INSTALLER
OPTIONAL EXHAUST CAP
MODEL PVVTC
ORDER SEPARATE
AIR INTAKE
PTRAP OR 2 90° ELBOWS
SUPPLIED BY INSTALLER
AIR INTAKE
PTRAP OR 2 90° ELBOWS
SUPPLIED BY INSTALLER
PVC CEMENT
3” MIN.
PVC CEMENT
3” MIN.
PVC CEMENT
HEIGHT (MIN. 12”)
PVC CEMENT
HEIGHT (MIN. 12”)
TRANSITION PLATE
TRANSITION PLATE
OUTDOOR SEALER REQUIRED
OUTDOOR SEALER REQUIRED
Figure 39
Figure 40
Flat Roof or Chimney Application
1. Attach plate to chimney chase or flat roof with four (4) screws. Use outdoor sealant to seal transition plate to the roof or chimney
chase.
10 x 1 1/2” Hex Head Screw
2. Check local codes to determine air intake height from roof. The minimum height for this application is 12”.
3. Cut 1 1/2” PVC pipe to correct height. Attach pipe, PTrap, and exhaust cap to plate. Glue all joints with PVC cement.
See Figure 30, Page 24.
Horizontal Application
1. Attach plate to outside wall with four (4) screws. Use outdoor sealant to seal transition plate to the wall.
2. Cut 1 1/2” PVC pipe to correct length. The minimum length for this application is 9” for the exhaust and 6” for the air intake. Glue
all joints with PVC cement.
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DIRECT VENT INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
PVVK-24H and PVVK-48H Vent Kit available from Empire Comfort Systems, Inc.
Note: Do not glue intake or exhaust pipes to Direct Vent Adaptor for serviceability.
Installation on Rugs and Tile
If this appliance is to be installed directly on carpeting, tile, or other
combustible material, other than wood flooring, the appliance shall
be installed on a metal or wood panel extending the full width and
depth of the appliance.
The base referred to above does not mean the fire-proof base as
used on wood stoves. The protection is primarily for rugs that may
be extremely thick and light-color tile that can discolor.
MANTEL
SURROUND
DIRECT VENT
FLUE KIT
FLUE CENTER
FLUE CENTER
12” (30.5 cm)
MINIMUM
12”
(30.5cm)
MIN.
EXTERIOR GRADE
GAS SUPPLY
Figure 41
Horizontal Venting
EXTERIOR GRADE
Figure 42
Minimum Exterior Grade Dimension
1 1/4”
(3.2cm)
MIN.
FLUE CENTER
FLOOR PROTECTION
12”
(30.5cm)MIN.
EXTERIOR GRADE
Figure 43
Minimum Exterior Grade Dimension - Existing Fireplace Installation
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PVVK-24H AND PVVK-48H VENT KIT
Available from Empire Comfort Systems, Inc.
Step 1. Install foam gasket on back side of co-axial direct
vent adaptor.
Step 5.
Slide co-axial vent pipes into co-axial adaptor.
Cut the PVC co-axial pipes at this time.
Minimum horizontal vent length 4 1/2” (11.4 cm)
Minimum tube length 3 13/16” (9.7 cm)
Figure 44
Step 2. Attach co-axial direct vent adaptor and gasket
(4 screws) to the rear of fireplace.
Figure 48
4 1/2”
MINIMUM VENT LENGTH
Figure 45
3 13/16”
MINIMUM TUBE LENGTH
Step 3. Attach co-axial air-inlet duct to rear of fireplace
(6 screws).
Figure 49
Step 6. Direct vent co-axial venting is completed.
Figure 46
Step 4. Install silicone around connection between
co-axial adaptor and co-axial air-inlet duct.
Figure 50
Figure 47
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PVVK-24H AND PVVK-48H VENT KIT (cont.)
45° ELBOW
EXHAUST OPENING MUST
BE POINTED DOWNWARD.
47.5”
(1.2m)
Figure 52 - Direct Vent System Building Exterior View
Horizontal Venting Maximum 47.5” (1.2 m) with 3” and
1 1/2” 45° elbow.
3” and 1 1/2” 45° elbow can be purchased from a local
hardware store.
Figure 51
47.5”
(1.2m)
Maximum Horizontal Venting - 47 1/2” (1.2 m)
Minimum Horizontal Venting - 4” (10.2 cm)
Figure 53
Index
Number
1
2
3
4
5
Parts List
Part
Description
Number
R8887
Co-axial DV Adaptor
R8862
Foam Gasket
22616
Co-axial duct assembly
R8888
24” Co-axial vent pipe
R8954
48” Co-axial vent pipe
1
2
8-8 x 1/2” Phillips Truss Head Screw
3
Replacement 8-18 x 1/2” screws (10 required) and
silicone can be purchased from a local hardware
store.
4
5
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GAS CONNECTION INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
GAS CONNECTION (Line Supply)
A 3/8” Flair gas line connection is supplied in the heater
GAS SUPPLY LINE TO HEATER
1.
Pull flex line through top hole in back panel.
2.
Connect gas supply line to flexible gas hose. Ensure that
flexible gas hose is not kinked after fitting gas supply
line.
3.
Push excess flex line back into heater and place rubber
grommet (supplied in hardware packet) over gas line at
hole to prevent movement.
Note: The gas supply line to the heater must be installed under
conditions which will allow for easy removal of the heater from
its location for servicing of the heater. For fireplace insert installations, incorporate either a copper loop into the supply line or
flexible hose being used for the gas supply to the heater to allow
for easy removal of the appliance.
Note: Under no circumstances should the gas supply line to the
appliance be installed under conditions, which would not allow
for easy removal of the appliance to carry out routine inspection
and service to the appliance.
Shown with side removed for clarification.
Figure 54
GAS CONNECTION INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS - IN-WALL UNITS
1. Remove access plate on the left side by removing three
screws as shown in Figure 55.
2. Ppush gas line from back of unit through the access cut out on
the side.
3. Remove the knockout from the access plate and insert gas
line through the hole.
4. Place access plate and secure with three screws removed in
Step 1.
5. Use the plastic plug supplied in the hardware package to plug
the hole in the back of the unit.
Note: The gas supply line to the heater must be installed under
conditions which will allow for easy removal of the heater from
its location for servicing of the heater. For fireplace insert installations, incorporate either a copper loop into the supply line or
flexible hose being used for the gas supply to the heater to allow
for easy removal of the appliance.
Note: Under no circumstances should the gas supply line to the
appliance be installed under conditions, which would not allow
for easy removal of the appliance to carry out routine inspection
and service to the appliance.
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PUSH IN PLUG
ACCESS PLATE
Figure 55
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F(F,I,W)K28(BL,CM,HP,SS) SURROUND
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
Fitting of Hood
Place the hood in the surround as shown in Figure 56 and fasten
with the five screws and nuts supplied.
Fitting of Surround
Place the surround as shown in Figure 56 on the flat front heater
as shown in Figure 57 and fasten to the heater with the four screws
provided at points A, B, C and D.
Note: See page 41 “General Glass Information” for removing and
replacing glass assembly and lower louver.
Figure 56
(A)
(C)
FASTENING
POINTS
(B)
(D)
Figure 57
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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS CHECKLIST
BEFORE OPERATING THIS APPLIANCE, CAREFULLY PROCEED THROUGH THE FOLLOWING
CHECKLIST
1. Read and understand these instructions before installing or
operating this appliance.
2. This appliance is should be installed and repaired by a
fully qualified service person who must be familiar with the
installation of the Mantis Power-Vent High-Efficiency
Fireplace.
3. Installers who are not familiar with the installation of this
appliance should contact Empire Comfort Systems, Inc.
prior to installing the appliance to avoid creating hazardous
operating conditions.
4. Check and inspect the appliance for gas leaks. In the event
of gas leaks, cut off the gas supply to the heater immediately
and call your gas supplier or installer.
5. Check and verify that all flue venting combustion air intakes
and flue outlets are unobstructed.
6. Refer to pages 17 to 19 for Single Flue pipe and page 28
for Co-axial Flue installations. Check that correct flue pipe
and cap has been fitted in line with the manufacturer’s
specifications as illustrated in this manual pages 17 to 30.
8. Check and verify that flue pipe connection to the appliance
when using single 1 1/2” flue pipe installation is correctly
installed and secured in line with instruction in this manual,
Pages 17 to 19.
9. Prior to operating the appliance, check for dust or debris
on the burners. Refer to Page 42, Figure 70 and Page 43,
“Cleaning Burners.”
10. Check and verify that logs are place correctly as per
instructions on Pages 15 to 16 of this manual. If logs are
incorrectly positioned, it can create a hazardous situation, and
in most instances, the heater will not operate correctly.
11. Do not light heater without logs installed, as heater will not
operate properly.
12. Check and verify prior to starting the appliance, that all panels
are secured in place and that the main door has been locked in
position.
13. After verifying and checking all the above points, proceed to
lighting instructions. Refer to pages 34 to 35.
7. Do not use alternative Flue or cap on installation other
than that specified in this manual - otherwise heater will
malfunction and cause hazardous operating conditions and
will void the manufacturer’s warranty.
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LIGHTING INSTRUCTIONS
(Figure 61C and 61D) will start flashing for 35 seconds
prior to ignition. Once both burners have ignited, the burner
L.E.D’s will remain on. If you can’t see flame on the rear
burner, but the burner L.E.D is on, then there will be flame
there which will become more visible as the heater warms up.
Once the heater warms up the low speed L.E.D (Figure 61F)
will light and the convection fan will blow warm air from
the heater. As the heater becomes warmer, the medium L.E.D
(Figure 61G) will come on. When the heater has reached its
highest operating temperature, all three L.E.D’s will light up
and the convection fan will now be running at its high speed.
Refer to page 36 - Fan Operation. When the heater has been
running for some time, the water pump L.E.D (Figure 61B) may
come on to signal that the pump has been activated. Refer to
page 36 - Automatic Humidifier Operation.
1. Remove lower louver panel by lifting up and pulling out.
2. Main Electrical power supply must always be switched on to
the unit with the two burner switches in the off position (up)
before lighting the heater.
3. Turn on main gas supply.
4. Verify that main electrical supply is switched on by
checking the 115V AC power status display (Figures 61A and
58) indicator is on.
5. Burner selection: select low burn (front burner), medium
burn (rear burner), or high burn (both burners). Low burn
switch (Figure 60) controls the front burner only. Medium
burn switch (Figure 59) controls the rear burner only. When
both switches are down, they will activate both the low and
medium burners, which is the high setting.
6. Heater operating LED sequence (Front Display Panel).
Before starting ensure that the power L.E.D (Figure 61A)
is on and burner switches are off. Switch on the heater by
engaging the low and medium burner switch, this will
activate the pressure switch and the exhaust fan L.E.D
(Figure 61E) will be on. Also the two burner L.E.D’s
REAR
BURNER
SWITCH
Figure 59
Note: Three heat settings are available for operating your Mantis
heater - low, medium and high.
a. Low setting (front burner only) - engage low burn switch
only (Figure 60)
b. Medium setting (rear burner only) - engage medium
burner switch only (Figure 59)
c. High setting (front and rear burners).
C
D
E
H
Figure 58
G
Figure 60
F
FRONT
BURNER
SWITCH
THERMOSTAT
DISPLAY MODE
BUTTON
A
B
Figure 61
Caution: When switching from the front burner to the rear burner, be sure to activate the rear burner first, then turn off the front burner.
When switching from rear burner to the front burner, be sure to activate the front burner first. Simple rule - always activate the
desired burner first, then switch the other burner off. If it is switched the wrong way, the burner(s) will go out and the heater
may need to be reset. Refer to page 45 - Resetting the Heater.
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LIGHTING 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. BEFORE LIGHTING smell all around the appliance 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 appliance.
• Do not touch any electrical 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 can not reach your gas supplier, call the fire
department.
B. Use on the wall switch or remote control switch to turn the
gas control on/off. Any attempted repairs or adjustments
should be performed by a qualified service technician.
Applying force or attempted repair may result in a fire or
explosion.
C. Do not use this appliance if any part has been under water.
Immediately call a qualified service technician to inspect the
appliance 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. Set the thermostat, if used, to the lowest setting.
3. Turn off all electric power to the appliance. Turn off
electrical control switches to “O.”
4. This appliance is equipped with an ignition device that
automatically lights the burner. Do not try to light the burner
by hand.
5. Remove the front access panel below the glass door by
pulling both sides forward simultaneously.
6. Turn gas line valve to “ON.”
OFF
7. Wait five (5) minutes to clear out any gas. Then smell
for gas, including near the floor. If you smell gas, STOP!
Follow “A” in the safety information above. If you do not
smell gas, go to the next step.
8. Replace the front access panel, press both sides of the panel
until both lock into position.
9. Turn on electric power to the appliance. Turn on electric
control switches to “I.”
10. Set thermostat to desired setting (if available).
11. If the appliance will not operate, follow the instructions “TO
TURN OFF GAS TO APPLIANCE,” and call your service
technician or gas supplier.
ON
TO TURN OFF GAS TO APPLIANCE
1. STOP! Read the safety information above.
2. Set the thermostat, if used, to the lowest setting.
3. Turn off electric power to the appliance.
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4. Remove front access panel.
5. Turn gas line valve to “OFF.”
6. Replace front access panel.
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FAN OPERATION
The 3-speed main convection fan will automatically start approximately 3 to 5 minutes after the heater has warmed up.
Note: The 3-speed main convection fan is automatically controlled and will operate on three preset speeds. Depending on your burner
setting and the surrounding ambient temperature, the L.E.D lights (Page 34, Figure 61) for the fan will light up. The bottom L.E.D light
(Figure 64F) is low speed setting, and middle L.E.D lights (Figure 61G) is the medium speed setting, the bottom, middle and top L.E.D
lights (Figure 61H) is the high-speed setting (both burners on).
Note: The fan will operate totally independent of burner setting - it is controlled by temperature only.
a.
b.
c.
}
Front burner only - low fan speed
Rear burner only - medium fan speed
Both front and rear burners - high fan speed
These are approximates only
On changing the burner setting from high to medium, or from high to low, there will be a delay on the operating speed of the fan until
the firebox has cooled down sufficiently for the fan to change speed.
Note: It can take up to approximately 20-30 minutes before the fan speed will change and settle on the next setting. The firebox
temperature and the outside ambient temperature will regulate how quickly the fan responds to speed changes.
HEATER SHUT DOWN INSTRUCTIONS
Turn rear burner switch (Figure 59) and front burner switch (Figure 60) to the “OFF” position.
Note: Do not cut main electrical supply to the heater after the heater has been switched off to stop main fan operating. Main fan will
stop operating automatically after the heater has cooled down sufficiently.
AUTOMATIC HUMIDIFIER OPERATION
tray, where it evaporates in the stream of hot air which is blowing
into your home. Air humidity is automatically restored!
1. The amount of condensate build up in the water sump is dependent on outside temperature, length and height of the flue
pipe. The automatic humidifier can operate from approximately 10 minute to 6 hour intervals, depending on ambient
temperature, style and type of flue. Long single vertical flues
can cause the humidifier to come on more often depending on
heater settings.
2. When the automatic humidifier is engaged and is transferring
the condensate into the holding tank, a hissing sound may be
noticeable. This occurs when the condensate enters the holding tank and is quite normal. The duration of the sound may
vary from 3 to 30 seconds until the holding tank has been
filled with the condensate.
Figure 62
Most gas heaters dry out the air in the room. The Mantis has
ingeniously solved this problem with an Automatic Humidifier.
Gas contains moisture which is normally expelled out the flue or
chimney after combustion. But the Mantis is so efficient by taking
92% of the heat out of the burnt gases that the moisture drops out
and condenses in the back of the heater. This water is collected
in a tank which is then pumped up to a stainless steel condensate
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3. When the automatic humidifier pump comes on to pump condensate into the stainless steal tray (located on the top of the
heater), the L.E.D. light (Page 34, Figure 61B) on the front
panel will light up and flash while the condensate pump is
operating, and then extinguish after the pump has stopped
operating. This means water has been pumped into the tank,
and the automatic humidifier operation will begin.
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OPTIONAL CONTROLLERS
TEMPERATURE CONTROLLERS
FRBTP
FRBTC
Battery Operated Remote with Programmable Thermostat
Battery Operated Remote with Thermostat
TRW
TMV2
T24V
TDV1
Battery Operated Wireless Remote Wall Thermostat
Thermostat, 2 Stage
Thermostat, 24 Volt
Wall Thermostat, 24 Volt
See your Mantis dealer for correct controller type.
INSTRUCTIONS MUST BE LEFT WITH THE OWNER FOR FUTURE REFERENCE AFTER INSTALLATION
Installation Instructions for FRBTP, FRBTC, and TRW
Remote Controls FRBTP, FRBTC and TRW are all battery operated devices. Begin installation by unplugging the unit and removing
the front louver panel.
Remove wire nut from black and white wire from junction box.
Black or white wire can be inserted in either remote control receiver connection hole or connected to T24V thermostat screws. There is
no polarity at this connection.
REMOTE
CONTROL
RECEIVER OR
T24V THERMOSTAT
BLACK
WHITE
WHITE
JUNCTION
BLOCK
C W2 W1 R
BLUE
RED
BLACK
WHITE
BLUE
TO
TRANSFORMER
TO “T1” (FRONT BURNER)
TO “T2” (REAR BURNER)
TO “T1”
TO “T2”
Figure 63
Replace front louver panel and plug unit into outlet. Turn both burner switches to the ON position. Burner switches must remain in the
ON position for remote to function. Set remote from the instructions provided with the remote control. Set T24V thermostat to desired
temperature.
Note: When the heater will not be used for long periods, the burner switches should be in the OFF position, and the heater should be
turned off at the power point.
Installation Instruction for TMV2 - Two Stage Thermostat Model:
Begin installation by unplugging the unit and removing the front louver panel.
Determine mounting location of thermostat. Using standard 18 AWG wire, run four (4) strands of wire into rear of Mantis
(See Figure 64) to junction block. Cut wire to correct length. Remove blue jumper wire from junction block and save for future use.
Connect four (4) new thermostat wires to Mantis using schematic. See Figure 65.
AIR INLET
FLUE OUTLET
GAS LINE
ELECTRIC CORD
THERMOSTAT WIRE
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Figure 64
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OPTIONAL CONTROLLERS
R: 24 Volt Hot
W1: Heat Relay Stage 1 (Front burner)
W2: Heat Relay Stage 2 (Rear burner)
C: 24 Volt Common
WHITE,
WHITE/
BLACK
TO
THERMOSTAT
R
W1
REMOTE WIRE HARNESS
(TO BE REMOVED)
W2
C
JUNCTION
BLOCK
C W2 W1 R
BLUE
RED
BLACK
WHITE
BLUE
TO
TRANSFORMER
TO “T1” (FRONT BURNER)
TO “T2” (REAR BURNER)
TO “T1”
TO “T2”
Figure 65
Replace front louver panel and plug unit into outlet. Turn both burner switches to ON position. Burner switches must remain in the ON
position for thermostat to function. Set thermostat using the instructions provided with the thermostat.
Note: When the heater or the Remote Control will not be used for long periods the burner switches should be in the OFF position,
also in summer the heater should be turned off at the power point.
Economy Display Mode
Economy Display Mode (Red Button Operation): The red button aside the two burner switches (Figure 66) is called the economy
display mode and will only function when a Controller has been installed in the heater. The most common way to use this button is to
set the controller to Thermo mode with a desired temperature set for the heater to turn on and off, which is dependant on the ambient
temperature, location and the area the appliance is positioned. When using a controller both burner switches need to be in the ON
position. When the red button is pressed with both burner switches on, the front burner only will ignite or if already alight, it will now
remain on regardless of what function or temperature is set on the Remote Control. The red button acts as an override switch for the
front burner only.
In this situation only the back burner will turn on and off according to the setting on the Remote Control. By running the heater this way
you will use less gas and still have the aesthetic effect of the front burner. However, if the appliance is in a small area, this setting may
get too warm for you. To change the setting, press the red button so that it is not illuminated and the heater will revert back to its normal
operation.
Note: When the heater or the Remote Control will not be used for long periods the burner switches should be in the OFF position,
also in summer the heater should be turned off at the power point.
REAR
BURNER
SWITCH
FRONT
BURNER
SWITCH
THERMOSTAT
DISPLAY MODE
BUTTON
Figure 66
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WIRING
The appliance, when installed, must be electrically grounded in
accordance with local codes or, in the absence of local codes,
with the National Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA 70 or Canadian
Electrical Code, CSA C22.1, if an external electrical source is
utilized. This appliance is equipped with a three-prong
[grounding] plug for your protection against shock hazard
and should be plugged directly into a properly grounded
three-prong receptacle. Do not cut or remove the grounding
prong from this plug. For an ungrounded receptacle, an adapter,
which has two prongs and a wire for grounding, can be purchased,
plugged into the ungrounded receptacle and its wire connected
to the receptacle mounting screw. With this wire completing the
ground, the appliance cord plug can be plugged into the adapter
and be electrically grounded.
120V BLACK
PINS 4 OR 6
WARNING: Potential risk of fire, electric shock,
and personal injury. Take precautions to reduce
such risks.
Note: For testing flame sensor circuit use a micro-amp meter
in series with sensor. Minimum current should be 1 micro-amp
during operation. Be careful as flame sensor is in the 115VAC
circuit. If current is below 1 micro-amp, remove sensor, clean
with light sandpaper and retest.
CONV. FAN
WIRING DIAGRAM
BLACK
CAUTION: Label all wires prior to disconnection when
servicing controls. Wiring errors can cause improper and
dangerous operation. Verify proper operation after servicing.
TRANSFORMER
BLACK
PIN 5
P1 TO
DISPLAY
120V WHITE
BLACK (8)
HSI
PIN 18
PIN 16
PIN 6
REAR H.S.I. (19)
R
80 C
BROWN
RED (8)
(7) PURPLE
GREEN (10)
(9) BROWN
BLACK (12)
(11) BLACK
BLACK (14)
(13) RED
(9)
(10) RED
BLUE
(7)
(8) BROWN
YELLOW
(5)
(6) RED
BLACK (3)
(4) RED
(1)
TRANSFORMER
YELLOW
ORANGE
BLUE
GREY
Figure 67
WHITE
JUNCTION
BLOCK
WHITE
R. BRN. THERM (4)
L. BRN. THERM (3)
BLUE
C
BLACK
PURPLE
YELLOW
WHITE
BLACK
BLUE
RED
WHITE
BLACK
WHITE
W2
BLUE
WHITE
BLACK
RECEIVER
OR
T-STAT
W1 R
RED
TO JUNCTION BLOCK
WATER LEVEL
SWITCH
PIN 20
INDICATOR
SWITCH
(3) BLACK
(5) YELLOW
ORANGE (6)
TRANSFORMER
WHITE
ORANGE
ORANGE
BLACK
(2) BLACK
(NC)
AIR PRESSURE
SWITCH
(1) GREY
WHITE (4)
VALVE /
INDP
(COM)
(NO)
(15) ORANGE
GREEN/YELLOW (16)
CONDENSATE
PUMP
(12) BLACK
GREY
+ -
(5) BLUE
RED (2)
(14) RED
RED (11)
P1 TO
DISPLAY
(3) WHITE
RED (6)
(16) FRONT H.S.I.
BLACK (13)
GAS VALVE
PIN 5
(18) REAR H.S.I.
RED (15)
F
BROWN
PIN 3
(20) BROWN
FRONT H.S.I. (17)
3 µF
4 µF
PIN 4
(1) BLUE
FLUE FAN
REAR BURNER
SWITCH
(1) YELLOW
RED (2)
BLACK (4)
THERMISTOR
(2) BLACK
WHITE (3-5-7)
14 WAY RIBBON TO
FRONT PANEL DISPLAY
FRONT BURNER
SWITCH
PIN 13
BLUE
TO
TRANSFORMER
OPTIONAL
CONTROL
WIRING
P2
T2
T1
P1
14 WAY RIBBON TO
CONTROL MODULE
Figure 68
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GENERAL INFORMATION
Over Temperature Cut Out
The Mantis Power-Vent High-Efficiency Fireplace is protected
against overheating with a high temperature 80°C (176°F) cut off
switch to protect the heat exchanger, plastic sump and flue fan.
The high temperature cut off switch will automatically switch off
the gas supply to the heater, if the temperature in the room where
the heater is located reaches approximately 28°C (82.4°F). The
heater will go into lock out mode. An allowance of 15 minutes
minimum must be made to allow for the main fan to cool down
the heater prior to restarting the appliance.
Note: In most instances, overheating of the heater is a direct
result of too much lint and dust having accumulated in the main
convection fan. This makes the fan unable to supply sufficient
air to cool down the heat exchanger. It is recommended that you
inspect your main convection fan prior to the start of the heating
season and if necessary have it serviced by a qualified service
technician (refer to Pages 41 to 43 - Maintenance).
Paint Curing - First Firing
The first fire in your heater is part of the paint curing process.
Your Mantis Power-Vent High-Efficiency Fireplace has been
painted with the highest quality heat resistant silicon paint
available in the world.
To ensure that the paint is properly cured, light the unit and leave
it burning on high burn for approximately 1 hour.
1. During initial firing of this unit, its paint will bake out, and
smoke will occur. To prevent triggering of smoke alarms,
ventilate the room in which the unit is installed. During initial
firing of logs, you will detect an odor as the logs are cured.
Also, during the curing process the logs will burn with a
yellow flame.
2. Don’t touch the surface of the heater. It will be soft during
this paint-curing phase. Once cured it will not be soft again.
3. The paint finish of the heater should not be cleaned with any
caustic or abrasive cleaning solutions.
4. Any damage to painted surface should be repaired with
special touch up paint available from your Mantis Dealer.
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MAINTENANCE
Note: Your appliance should be inspected, serviced and
checked annually by a qualified service person to
ensure that your appliance is operating safe and
efficiently. Should you detect any abnormality in the
operation of your appliance call a qualified service
person who has been trained and approved to inspect
and service the appliance. This may be your installer or
dealer (routine service is not covered under warranty).
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 to 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-abrasive household cleaner
and warm water (we recommend gas fireplace glass cleaner) after
the initial burn. We do not recommend using packaged spray type
household glass cleaner. After that, the glass should be cleaned
two or three times during each heating season depending on the
circumstances present.
General Glass Information
Only glass approved for use in Empire Comfort Systems, Inc.
fireplace may be used for replacement. The glass replacement
must be done by a licensed or qualified service person.
WARNING:
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 the glass front or with a broken glass front.
Replacement of the glass (with gasket) as supplied by the
manufacturer must be done by a qualified service person.
4. Do not abuse the glass by striking or hitting the glass.
WARNING: Do not use abrasive cleaners on glass. Do not
attempt to clean glass when glass is hot.
Glass Assembly Replacement
Figure 69
Front door removal drawing
Removal
1. Remove lower louver panel by lifting up and pulling out.
2. Release two (2) hinge clips on underside of firebox.
3. Angle bottom of glass assembly approximately 60 degrees
out from firebox. Gently pull glass assembly away from
firebox.
Replacement
4. Insert the tabs on top of new glass assembly into the slots on
top of the firebox and gently lower the glass assembly down.
5. Attach and tighten the two (2) hinge clips on underside of
firebox.
6. Replace lower louver panel.
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MAINTENANCE
REAR HOT SURFACE IGNITOR
REAR FLAME SENSOR
REAR BURNER
REAR LOG SUPPORT
FRONT LOG SUPPORT
FIREBOX BOTTOM
FRONT BURNER
FRONT HOT SURFACE IGNITOR
FRONT FLAME SENSOR
Figure 70
Removal and replacement of Front Hot Surface Ignitor
(HSI)
1. Unplug power cord from electricity.
2. Remove lower louver door.
3. Remove glass assembly. See page 41.
4. Carefully remove logs from unit.
5. Remove one (1) screw with 5/16 socket from bracket
securing HSI to firebox bottom and set aside.
6. Disconnect two (2) white caps connecting HSI to wire
harness.
7. Cut wires at HSI and pull through the firebox bottom and
discard.
8. Remove (1) screw securing bracket to HSI with a 1/4” socket.
Set aside screw and bracket. Discard old HSI.
9. Place bracket removed in Step 8 around new HSI and secure
with screw removed in Step 8.
10. Secure bracket to firebox bottom with screw removed in Step
3.
11. Carefully feed HSI wires through hole in bottom of firebox
from the topside to underneath.
12. Place caps included with kit on each HSI wire.
13. Connect caps to plugs disconnected in Step 6.
14. Use clear high temp silicone (not supplied) to fully plug wire
hole in firebox bottom. Allow appropriate time to dry.
15. Replace logs into unit. See pages 15 to 16.
16. Replace glass assembly. See page 41.
17. Replace lower louver door.
18. Reconnect power cord to electricity.
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Removal and replacement of Rear Hot Surface Ignitor (HSI)
1. Unplug power cord from electricity.
2. Remove lower louver door.
3. Remove glass assembly. See page 41.
4. Carefully remove logs from unit.
5. Carefully remove front log support by lifting out. Use caution
to not damage front HSI or to bend or break support.
6. Remove one (1) screw with 5/16 socket from bracket
securing HSI to rear log support and set aside.
7. Disconnect two (2) white caps connecting HSI to wire
harness.
8. Cut wires at HSI and pull through the rear log support and
discard.
9. Remove (1) screw securing bracket to HSI with a 1/4” socket.
Set aside screw and bracket. Discard old HSI.
10. Place bracket removed in Step 9 around new HSI and secure
with screw removed in Step 9.
11. Secure bracket to firebox bottom with screw removed in
Step 6.
12. Thread HSI wires through hole in rear log support down
and then through the hole in firebox bottom and behind rear
burner tube.
13. Place caps included with kit on each HSI wire.
14. Connect caps to plugs disconnect in Step 7.
15. Use clear high temperature silicone (not supplied) to fully
plug wire hole in rear log support. Allow appropriate time to
dry.
16. Replace front log support.
17. Replace logs. See pages 15 to 16.
18. Replace glass assembly. See page 41.
19. Replace lower louver door.
20. Reconnect power cord to electricity.
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MAINTENANCE
Removal and Replacement of Front or Rear Flame Sensors
1. Unplug power cord from electricity.
2. Remove lower louver door.
3. Remove glass assembly. See page 41.
4. Carefully remove logs from unit.
5. Unplug flame sensor from wire harness.
6. Remove screw with 1/4” socket securing flame sensor to
firebox bottom (front flame sensor or rear log support (rear
flame sensor).
7. Gently pull flame sensor and wires out of unit and discard.
8. Carefully thread flame sensor wires through firebox bottom
(front flame sensor) or rear log support (rear flame sensor).
9. Reconnect flame sensor wire to wire harness.
10. Use clear high temperature silicone (not supplied) to fully
plug wire hole in firebox bottom. Allow appropriate time to
dry.
11. Replace logs. See pages 15 to 16.
12. Replace glass assembly. See page 41.
13. Replace lower louver door.
12. Reconnect power cord to unit.
Remove and Replace or Clean the Circulating Air Blower
1. Unplug power cord from unit.
2. Remove lower louver door.
3. Remove two (2) 5/16” screws securing control assembly to
Mantis bottom and set control assembly and screws aside.
Caution: Do not disconnect wires from unit.
4. Remove one (1) 5/16” screw securing junction block to
blower. Set screw and junction block aside. Caution: Do not
disconnect wires from unit.
5. Remove one (1) 5/16” screw securing pressure switch to
blower housing and set pressure switch and screw aside.
Caution: Do not disconnect wires or hoses from unit.
6. Remove two (2) 5/16” screws securing blower housing to
Mantis bottom. Set screws and ground wire aside.
7. Disconnect 3-prong cap and plug from wire harness to
remove blower from fireplace. Blower can be cleaned with
compressed air or replaced at this point.
8. Secure blower housing and ground wire to Mantis bottom
with two (2) 5/16” screws removed in Step 5.
9. Secure pressure switch to blower housing with one (1) 5/16”
screw removed in Step 4.
10. Secure junction block to blower with one (1) 5/16” screw
removed in Step 3.
11. Secure control assembly to Mantis bottom with two (2) 5/16”
screws removed in Step 2.
12. Close lower louver door.
13. Replace lower louver door.
14. Reconnect power cord to electricity.
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Cleaning Burners
Remove main burner and apply air pressure inside the throat and
ports of the main burner.
Removing and Replacing Front Burner
1. Unplug power cord from electricity.
2. Remove lower louver door.
3. Remove glass assembly. See page 41.
4. Carefully remove logs from unit.
5. Carefully remove front log support by lifting out. Use caution
to not damage front HSI or to bend or break support.
6. Remove two (2) screws securing front burner to firebox
bottom with Phillips screwdriver and set aside.
7. Slide burner to the right and lift out.
8. Burner can be cleaned at this point
9. Place burner onto right side of firebox bottom. Slide left and
secure in place with two (2) screws removed in step 6.
10. Replace front log support.
11. Replace logs. See pages 15 to 16.
12. Replace glass assembly. See page 41.
13. Replace lower louver door.
14. Reconnect power cord to electricity.
Removing and Replacing Rear Burner
1. Unplug power cord from electricity.
2. Remove lower louver door.
3. Remove glass assembly. See page 41.
4. Carefully remove logs from unit.
5. Carefully remove front log support by lifting out. Use caution
to not damage front HSI or to bend or break support.
6. Remove two (2) 5/16” screws securing rear log support to
firebox side (one each side). Lift up rear log support, but do
not remove from firebox.
7. Remove two (2) screws securing burner to firebox bottom
with Phillips screwdriver.
8. Slide burner to right and lift out.
9. Burner can be cleaned at this point.
10. Place burner on right side and slide left into firebox and
secure with screws removed in step 7.
11. Lower rear log support and secure to firebox sides with
screws removed in Step 6.
12. Replace front log support.
13. Replace logs. See pages 15 to 16.
14. Replace glass assembly. See page 41.
15. Replace lower louver door.
16. Reconnect power cord to electricity.
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MAIN CONVECTION FAN
The main convection fan in the heater should be checked,
serviced and cleaned annually by a qualified service person to
ensure that your appliance is operating efficiently.
Note:
If the main convection fan becomes clogged with lint and
dust an over-temperature situation will occur through the
heater exchange system and the over-temperature safety
switch will stop the heater from operating.
HEAT EXCHANGER
The heat exchanger of the unit is located at the rear of the heater.
The heat exchanger should be inspected annually by a qualified
service person for lint and dust build up. Excessive dust and lint
build-up in the heat exchanger can alter the unit’s performance
and operation.
Note:
This appliance (Insert and Wall Models) needs to be
installed in such a way that the heater (especially with
models built into a fireplace) can be removed at all times
to service the heat exchanger and flue fan, which are
located at the rear section of the heater.
Under no circumstances should the appliance be
installed under conditions that would not allow for easy
removal of the appliance to carry out routine inspection
and service work on the appliance.
DISCONNECT MAIN POWER PRIOR TO STARTING
ANY WORK ON THE APPLIANCE.
UNIT OPERATING FAULTS
SERVICE AND INSTALLATION OF THE APPLIANCE
SHOULD BE CARRIED OUT BY AUTHORIZED
PERSONNEL ONLY.
THE MAJOR CAUSE OF OPERATING PROBLEMS WITH
GAS FIREPLACE HEATERS IS IMPROPER GAS PRESSURE, INCORRECT LOG PLACEMENT, IMPROPER
INSTALLATION, INCORRECT FLUE INSTALLATION,
INCORRECT SWITCHING OF BURNERS, DIPS/SPIKES
IN THE INCOMING POWER OR REVERSE POLARITIES.
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The above situations can cause such problems as changes in
flame color or configuration, intermittent operations, changes
in heat output, carbon build up or sooting, bad odors, rattles or
other sounds, start up failures and burner(s) switching themselves
off. These are nearly always the result of improper installation or
incorrect operation and it may take sometime for these problems
to show themselves. Before calling out a technician you must be
able to repeat the fault, try resetting the heater. Read below.
Note: Incorrect installation of the unit, logs, flue pipe, gas
pressure or operation, which cause the above mentioned faults, are
not covered under warranty and a service call fee will be charged
to correct such problems.
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RESETTING THE HEATER
There are a number of reasons why sometimes the heater will
switch itself off and is the correct thing for the heater to do in
certain situations (i.e. overheating, power failure or dips, windy
conditions, pump failure, partial or full blockage of flue pipe or
no gas. All of these operations are monitored by the electronic
control box inside the heater, which is heat sensitive, pressure
switch sensitive, flame sensitive and water sensitive. If one of
these items is not correct, the heater will shut itself down.
illuminated. If you have a Remote burner switch and the rear
burner L.E.D. should start flashing, with the flue fan L.E.D.
remaining steady. Wait approximately 60 seconds for the rear
burner to ignite. You can tell when it has lit, even if you can’t see
any flames, by looking at the rear burner L.E.D. which should
remain steady. Repeat the same process with the front burner. Turn
on the front burner switch and wait approximately 60 seconds and
the front burner L.E.D. will remain steady.
To reset, turn both burner switches to the OFF position, ensure the
red button above the two burner switches is not illuminated (if a
Remote Control is fitted, have it in the off mode). Then turn the
power off at the power point for approximately 10 seconds. Then
turn the power point back on and the power L.E.D. should be
In approximately 5 minutes the convection fan should start and
the heater has been successfully reset.
Note: if the heater is still warm when reset the convection fan
may already be running when the unit is powered up.
LOG REPLACEMENT
If for any reason a log should need replacement, you must use the
proper replacement log. Consult your Mantis dealer for correct
replacement logs.
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Replacement logs must be installed and positioned as outlined on
pages 15 to 16 under Log Installation.
Note:
Improper positioning of logs can create carbon build up
and will alter the unit’s performance and operation.
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PARTS LIST
Please Note: When ordering parts, it is very important that part number and description of part coincide.
INDEX
NO.
PART
NO.
DESCRIPTION
INDEX
NO.
PART
NO.
DESCRIPTION
1
25207
PANEL - TOP
41
R4053
DOOR CLAMP (2 REQUIRED)
2
21595
CONDENSATE TRAY
42
25225
LATCH BRACKET (2 REQUIRED)
3
25223
LOUVER - TOP
43
25215
BAFFLE
4
25212
REAR BURNER TRAY
44
26080
FIREBOX ASSEMBLY
5
R9987
FLEX LINE
45
26087
SUMP ASSEMBLY
6
26081
FRONT BURNER TRAY ASSEMBLY
46
R8799
INDUCER WHEEL
7
25205
PANEL - LEFT SIDE
47
R8798
INDUCER MOTOR
8
21605
INLET AIR DUCT COVER
48
26089
FLEX PIPE ASSEMBLY
9
21604
INLET AIR DUCT
49
26090
FIN TUBE ASSEMBLY
10
R8810
INLET AIR DUCT GASKET
50
R8811
INLET HEADER GASKET
11
R8825
SOLENOID
51
25204
PANEL - BACK
12
R10072
GAS SHUT OFF VALVE
52
R8793
ORIFICE HOLDER
13
R8812
VALVE - NAT
53
R10182
WIRE HARNESS - 120V
14
26071
GLASS ASSEMBLY
54
R10190
WIRE HARNESS - 12V SMALL
15
25208
BOTTOM PAN
55
R10183
WIRE HARNESS - 12V LARGE
16
22778
AIR CIRCULATOR ASSEMBLY
56
R8814
THERMISTER
17
R8817
TERMINAL STRIP
57
R9487
REMOTE WIRE ASSEMBLY
18
R10338
PRESSURE SWITCH
58
R8872
WIRE HARNESS
19
25227
ELECTRICAL PARTS PLATE
59
R8905
RIBBON CABLE
20
R10074
CONTROL BOX
60
24831
REAR HEAT SHIELD ASSEMBLY
21
R8889
TRANSFORMER 12-24V
61
22642
CONDENSATE PUMP TUBE
22
R8881
CAPACITOR 3uF
62
25325
CONDENSATE PUMP COVER
23
R8880
CAPACITOR 4uF
63
R8874
INDUCER, TOP SCROLL
24
R8804
TRANSFORMER - 24V
64
R10077
LOG SET
25
R10079
CONDENSATE PUMP BOX
64
R10376
REAR LOG
26
R8832
CONDENSATE PUMP
65
R10381
LEFT LOG
27
R10080
CONDENSATE PUMP LID
66
R10380
RIGHT LOG
28
25226
CIRCUIT BOARD PLATE
67
R10379
MIDDLE LOG
29
R8809
DOUBLE ROCKER SWITCH
68
R10378
FRONT LEFT LOG
30
R8876
LOCK OUT SWITCH
69
R10377
FRONT RIGHT LOG
31
R8904
CIRCUIT BOARD
70
R10383
LEFT TOP LONG LOG
32
26083
FRONT BURNER ASSEMBLY
71
R10382
RIGHT TOP SHORT LOG
33
26082
BACK BURNER ASSEMBLY
34
R10082
NOT
SHOWN
R10093
ORIFICE #47 - NAT
35
22865
HOT SURFACE IGNITOR
(2 REQUIRED)
NOT
SHOWN
R10094
ORIFICE #49 - NAT
36
R8807
FLAME SENSOR (2 REQUIRED)
37
25210
AIR DUCT CHANNEL
NOT
SHOWN
R10095
ORIFICE #1.2MM - LP
38
25214
PANEL - RIGHT SIDE
R10096
ORIFICE #55 - LP
39
25221
FIREBOX BASE
NOT
SHOWN
40
25222
DOOR BRACKET (2 REQUIRED)
NOT
SHOWN
26117
NOT
SHOWN
R10299
ORIFICE HOLDER
AIR DUCT CHANNEL COVER PLATE NAT ONLY
SWITCH, BIMETALIC
Use Only Manufacturer's Replacement Parts. Use of Any Other Parts Could Cause Injury Or Death.
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PARTS VIEW
1
63
47
48
2
51
46
3
45
4
7
6
5
35
8
40
9
11
14
13
12
49
43
50
40
41
42
35
36
59
37
33
52
39
28
29
31
30
62
27
26
24
22
21
61
19
60
41
10
34
44
42
58
32
25
53
54
23
20
38
55
18
17
15
57
16
56
64
71
66
70
67
65
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68
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WARRANTY TERMS
Purchase Date:
Dealer Name/Phone:
Installer - Place Serial Number
Sticker Here and Leave this Manual
with the Consumer.
Limited Ten-Year Heat Exchanger Warranty
Empire promises to the owner that if the heat exchanger (see parts list) fails because of defective workmanship or material
within ten years from the date of purchase, Empire will repair, or at Empire’s option, replace the defective heat exchanger.
Limited Five-Year Parts Warranty
Travel, diagnostic cost, service labor, labor to repair the defective appliance, and freight charges on warranty parts to and
from the factory will be the responsibility of the owner.
Should any part fail because of defective workmanship or material within five years from the date of purchase, Empire will
repair or replace it, at Empire’s option.
Limited Two-Year Labor Warranty
Should any part fail because of defective workmanship or material within two years from the date of purchase, Empire will
repair or replace it, at Empire’s option. All labor must be performed by a qualified gas appliance technician.
Duties Of The Owner
The heating appliance must be installed by a qualified installer and operated in accordance with the written instructions
furnished with the appliance.
Ready access to the appliance for service is the responsibility of the owner.
A bill of sale, cancelled check, or payment record should be kept to verify purchase date and establish warranty period.
What is Not Covered
This warranty does not imply or assume any responsibility for damages resulting from the use, misuse, or improper
installation of this heating appliance.
This warranty covers only claims involving defective workmanship or materials.
How To Get Service
Service under this warranty must be obtained by contacting your Empire dealer. Provide your dealer with the model number,
serial number, type of gas and purchase verification information.
If contacting your Empire dealer does not provide satisfactory service, contact: Consumer Relations Department, Empire
Comfort Systems Inc., P.O. Box 529, Belleville, Illinois 62222, or call 618-233-7420.
Your Rights Under State Law
This warranty gives you specific legal rights. You may have other rights, which vary from state to state.
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MASTER PARTS DISTRIBUTOR LIST
To Order Parts Under Warranty, please contact your local Empire dealer. See the dealer locator at www.empirecomfort.com. To provide
warranty service, your dealer will need your name and address, purchase date and serial number, and the nature of the problem with the
unit.
To Order Parts After the Warranty Period, please contact your dealer or one of the Master Parts Distributors listed below. This list grows
from time to time. For the current list, please click on the Master Parts button at www.empirecomfort.com.
Please note: Master Parts Distributors are independent businesses that stock the most commonly ordered Original Equipment repair parts
for Heaters, Grills, and Fireplaces manufactured by Empire Comfort Systems Inc.
Star-Fire Distributors
1355 Evans Avenue
Akron, OH 44305
Dey Distributing
1401 Willow Lake Boulevard
Vadnais Heights, MN 55101
Phone: 330-630-2794
Toll Free: 800-875-6220
Fax: 330-633-8701
Parts: Heater & Hearth and Grills
Phone: 651-490-9191
Toll Free: 800-397-1339
Website: www.deydistributing.com
Parts: Heater & Hearth
East Coast Energy Products
10 East Route 36
West Long Branch, NJ 07764
Victor Division of F. W. Webb Company
200 Locust Street
Hartford, CT 06114
Phone: 732-870-8809
Toll Free: 800-755-8809
Fax: 732-870-8811
Website: www.eastcoastenergy.com
Parts: Heater & Hearth and Grills
Phone: 860-722-2433
Toll Free: 800-243-9360
Fax: 860-293-0479
Toll Free Fax: 800-274-2004
Websites: www.fwwebb.com & www.victormfg.com
Parts: Heater & Hearth and Grills
HOW TO ORDER REPAIR PARTS
Parts Not Under Warranty
Parts can be ordered through your Service Person, Dealer, or a Master Parts Distributor. See this page for the Master Parts Distributors list. For best results, the service person or dealer should order parts through the distributor. Parts can be shipped directly to the
service person/dealer.
Warranty Parts
Warranty parts will need a proof of purchase and can be ordered by your Service Person or Dealer. Proof of purchase is required for
warranty parts.
All parts listed in the Parts List have a Part Number. When ordering parts, first obtain the Model Number from the name plate on your
equipment. Then determine the Part Number (not the Index Number) and the Description of each part from the following appropriate
illustration and list. Be sure to give all this information . . .
Appliance Number
Appliance Serial Number
Part Description
Part Number
Type of Gas (Propane or Natural)
Do not order bolts, screws, washers or nuts. They are standard hardware items and can be purchased at any local hardware store.
Shipments contingent upon strikes, fires and all causes beyond our control.
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SERVICE NOTES
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EMPIRE
Comfort Systems
Empire Comfort Systems Inc.
918 Freeburg Ave. Belleville, IL 62220
If you have a general question about our products, please e-mail us at
info@empirecomfort.com.
If you have a service or repair question, please contact your dealer.
www.empirecomfort.com
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