Regency Fireplace Products HZ42E-NG Installation manual

LRI4E / HRI4E Gas Insert
Owners &
Installation Manual
Liberty LRI4E
Horizon HRI4E
www.regency-fire.com
MODELS: LRI4E-NG Natural Gas
HRI4E-NG Natural Gas
LRI4E-LP Propane
HRI4E-LP Propane
WARNING
FIRE OR EXPLOSION HAZARD
Failure to follow safety warnings exactly could result in serious
injury, death, or property damage.
- 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.
Leave the building immediately.
• Immediately call your gas supplier from a neighbour's phone. Follow the gas supplier's
instructions.
• If you cannot reach you gas supplier, call the fire department.
- Installation and service must be performed by a qualified installer, service agency or the gas supplier.
Tested by:
919-380
Installer: Please complete the details on the back cover
and leave this manual with the homeowner.
Homeowner: Please keep these instructions for future reference.
FPI FIREPLACE PRODUCTS INTERNATIONAL LTD. 6988 Venture St., Delta, BC Canada, V4G 1H4
09.24.14
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| TO THE NEW OWNER
Congratulations! You are the owner of a state-of-the-art Gas Insert by Regency.
The Regency Gas Insert Series of hand crafted appliances has been designed to provide you with all the
warmth and charm of a fireplace, at the flick of a switch. The models LRI4E / HRI4E of this series have been
approved by Warnock Hersey for both safety and efficiency. As it also bears our own mark, it promises to
provide you with economy, comfort and security for many trouble free years to follow.
Please take a moment now to acquaint yourself with these instructions and the many features of your
Regency Fireplace.
Liberty Gas
Inserts Benefits
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Horizon Gas
Inserts Benefits
Horizon HRI4E
Liberty LRI4E
Unit dimensions with vignette faceplate.........................4
Unit dimensions with low profile faceplate......................5
MA Code - CO Detector.................................................8
Important Message .......................................................9
Before You Start.............................................................9
Important Message .....................................................10
For Your Safety.............................................................10
Specifications...............................................................10
Gas Pressure Testing...................................................10
Installation Into A Solid Fuel Burning Fireplace Or
Factory Built Fireplace..................................................10
Before You Start...........................................................10
Installation Checklist..................................................... 11
Materials Required....................................................... 11
Minimum Fireplace Dimensions................................... 11
Minimum Clearances to combustibles..........................12
Gas Connection............................................................13
Venting.........................................................................13
Flue / vent installation...................................................14
Levelling leg adjustment...............................................15
Air shutter Adjustment..................................................16
High Elevation..............................................................17
Gas Line Installation.....................................................17
Gas Pipe Pressure Testing...........................................17
885 S.I.T. Valve Description..........................................17
Proflame remote system GTMF with fan (LRI4E /
HRI4E)..........................................................................18
Conversion from NG to LP .........................................19
Glass crystal / ceramic spa stone installation...............21
Optional Pebbles / glass crystal Installation for Firebox
Base (AROUND BURNER)..........................................21
HRI4E optional log set installation................................23
LRI4E log set installation ...........................................25
Standing pilot ...............................................................27
Heat exchange return...................................................27
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table of contents Brick panel installation..................................................28
Enamel panel installation.............................................29
Glass door removal / installation..................................30
Vignette faceplate with mesh barrier installation..........31
3 sided low profile faceplate with mesh barrier
installation....................................................................32
4 sided faceplate with mesh barrier installation............33
Spacer installation........................................................34
Backing plate installation..............................................35
Optional mantel deflector installation...........................36
Optional Hearth Trim installation..................................37
Operating Instructions .................................................38
First Fire.......................................................................38
Automatic Convection Fan Operation.........................38
Lighting Procedure.......................................................39
Shutdown Procedure....................................................39
Normal Operating Sounds Of Gas Appliances.............40
Copy Of Lighting Instruction Plate................................40
Maintenance Instructions............................................41
Door Glass ..................................................................41
Pilot Adjustment............................................................42
General Vent Maintenance...........................................42
Log Replacement.........................................................42
Glass Gasket................................................................42
Glass crystal burner removal / installation - HRI4E......43
Glass Burner Removal.................................................43
Glass Burner install......................................................43
LRI4E ceramic burner Removal / installation..............44
Fan maintenance - with GTMF remote control.............45
Valve replacement........................................................46
Main Assembly.............................................................48
Warranty.......................................................................51
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UNIT DIMENSIONS WITH VIGNETTE FACEPLATE
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UNIT DIMENSIONS WITH LOW PROFILE FACEPLATE
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| safety decal
This is a copy of the labels that accompany each LRI4E Gas Insert. We
have printed a copy of the contents here for your review.
NOTE: Regency units are constantly being improved. Check the
label on the unit and if there is a difference, the label on the unit is
the correct one.
For the State of Massachusetts, installation and repair must be done by a plumber or gasfitter licensed in the Commonwealth of
Massachusetts.
For the State of Massachusetts, flexible connectors shall not exceed 36 inches in length.
For the State of Massachusetts, the appliances individual manual shut-off must be a t-handle type valve.
The State of Massachusetts requires the installation of a carbon monoxide alarm in accordance with NFPA 720 and a CO alarm with
battery back up in the same room where the gas appliance is installed.
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safety decal
This is a copy of the labels that accompany each HRI4E Gas Insert. We
have printed a copy of the contents here for your review.
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NOTE: Regency units are constantly being improved. Check the
label on the unit and if there is a difference, the label on the unit is
the correct one.
For the State of Massachusetts, installation and repair must be done by a plumber or gasfitter licensed in the Commonwealth of
Massachusetts.
For the State of Massachusetts, flexible connectors shall not exceed 36 inches in length.
For the State of Massachusetts, the appliances individual manual shut-off must be a t-handle type valve.
The State of Massachusetts requires the installation of a carbon monoxide alarm in accordance with NFPA 720 and a CO alarm with
battery back up in the same room where the gas appliance is installed.
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MA Code - CO Detector
5.08: Modifications to NFPA-54, Chapter 10
(for the State of Massachusetts only)
(2) Revise 10.8.3 by adding the following additional requirements:
(a) 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 gasfitter 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 gasfitter 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.
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.
(c) MANUFACTURER REQUIREMENTS - GAS EQUIPMENT VENTING SYSTEM PROVIDED. When the manufacturer of Product
Approved side wall horizontally vented gas equipment provides a venting system design or venting system components with the equipment, the
instructions provided by the manufacturer for installation of the equipment and the venting system shall include:
1. Detailed instructions for the installation of the venting system design or the venting system components; and
2. A complete parts list for the venting system design or venting system.
(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 instructions.
(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 equipmentat the completion of
the installation.
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installation IMPORTANT MESSAGE
SAVE THESE
INSTRUCTIONS
The LRI4E / HRI4E Gas Inserts must be installed in
accordance with these instructions. Carefully read
all the instructions in this manual first. Consult the
"authority having jurisdiction" to determine the need
for a permit prior to starting the installation. It is the
responsibility of the installer to ensure this fireplace
is installed in compliance with manufacturers
instructions and all applicable codes.
BEFORE YOU START
Safe installation and operation of this appliance
requires common sense, however, we are required
by the Canadian Safety Standards and ANSI
Standards to make you aware of the following:
INSTALLATION AND REPAIR SHOULD
BE DONE BY AN AUTHORIZED
SERVICE PERSON. THE APPLIANCE
SHOULD BE INSPECTED BEFORE
USE AND AT LEAST ANNUALLY BY A
PROFESSIONAL SERVICE PERSON.
MORE FREQUENT CLEANING MAY
BE REQUIRED DUE TO EXCESSIVE
LINT FROM CARPETING, BEDDING
MATERIAL, ETC. IT IS IMPERATIVETHAT
CONTROL COMPARTMENTS, BURNERS
AND CIRCULATING AIR PASSAGEWAYS
OF THE APPLIANCE BE KEPT CLEAN.
DUE TO HIGH TEMPERATURES, THE
APPLIANCE SHOULD BE LOCATED
OUT OF TRAFFIC AND AWAY FROM
FURNITURE AND DRAPERIES.
YOUNG CHILDREN SHOULD BE CAREFULLY SUPERVISED WHEN THEY ARE
IN THE SAME AREA AS THE APPLIANCE. TODDLERS, YOUNG CHILDREN
AND OTHERS MAY BE SUSCEPTIBLE
TO ACCIDENTAL CONTACT BURNS. A
PHYSICAL BARRIERS IS RECOMMENDED IF THERE ARE AT RISK INDIVIDUAL
IN THE HOUSE. TO RESTRICT ACCESS
TO A FIREPLACE OR STOVE, INSTALL
AN ADJUSTABLE SAFETY GATE TO
KEEP 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.
A BARRIER DESIGNED TO REDUCE
THE RISK OF BURNS FROM THE HOT
VIEWING GLASS IS PROVIDED WITH
THIS APPLIANCE AND SHALL BE
INSTALLED FOR THE PROTECTION
OF CHILDREN AND OTHER AT-RISK
INDIVIDUALS
IF THE BARRIER BECOMES DAMAGED,
THE BARRIER SHALL BE REPLACED
WITH THE MANUFACTURER'S BARRIER
FOR THIS APPLIANCE.
ANY SAFETY SCREEN, GUARD, OR
BARRIER REMOVED FOR SERVICING
AN APPLIANCE MUST BE REPLACED
PRIORTO OPERATINGTHE APPLIANCE.
WARNING: FAILURE TO INSTALL THIS
APPLIANCE CORRECTLY WILL VOID
YOUR WARRANTY AND MAY CAUSE A
SERIOUS HOUSE FIRE.
CHILDREN AND ADULTS SHOULD BE
ALERTED TO THE HAZARDS OF HIGH
SURFACE TEMPERATURES, ESPECIALLY THE FIREPLACE GLASS, AND
SHOULD STAY AWAY TO AVOID BURNS
OR CLOTHING IGNITION.
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IMPORTANT MESSAGE
SAVE THESE
INSTRUCTIONS
The Regency Gas Insert must be installed in
accordance with these instructions. Carefully read
all the instructions in this manual first. Consult the
building authority having jurisdiction to determine
the need for a permit prior to starting the installation.
NOTE: Failure to follow the instructions could cause
a malfunction of the heater which could result in
death, serious bodily injury, and/or property damage.
Failure to follow these instructions may also void
your fire insurance and/or warranty.
GAS PRESSURE
TESTING
The appliance must be isolated from the gas supply piping system by closing its individual manual
shut off valve during any pressure testing of the
gas supply piping system at test pressures equal
to or less than 1/2 psig. (3.45 kPa).
FOR YOUR SAFETY
INSTALLATION INTO A
SOLID FUEL BURNING
FIREPLACE OR
FACTORY BUILT
FIREPLACE
This appliance requires air for proper combustion.
Always provide adequate combustion and ventilation
air. Follow instructions and information in CAN/CGA
B149 (in Canada) or the National Fuel Gas Code
ANSI Z223.1 (in the USA), regarding requirements
for combustion and ventilation air.
The LRI4E / HRI4E Gas Inserts have been tested
and approved to be vented into any masonry
fireplace or approved solid fuel burning factory
built fireplace that will allow the insert to physically
fit into the firebox. Refer to "Minimum Fireplace
Dimensions" section for minimum fireplace
clearances.
SPECIFICATIONS
At pressures over 1/2 psig, the pipe to the unit must
be disconnected.
Gas Input Capacity:
Natural Gas 31,000 Btu/h
Propane
31,000 Btu/h
Min. Input
(with Proflame GTM or GTMF remote)
Natural Gas 22,000 Btu/h
Propane
26,000 Btu/h
Fuels: Approved for use with both natural gas,
and propane. Approved as is for use at 0' to 4,500'
(0-1370m).
Electrical: 120V A.C. system.
Circulation Fan: Variable speed, 140 CFM.
Log Set: Ceramic fibre, 7 per set - LRI4E
Glass Crystals: 7lbs of glass crystals - HRI4E
Optional Log Set: Ceramic fibre, 6 per set + 5lbs
of glass crystals - HRI4E
Vent System: 3" co-linear aluminum flex.
The efficiency rating of the appliance is a
product thermal efficiency rating determined
under continuous operating conditions and was
determined independent of any installed system.
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If the factory built fireplace* height is too low for
your Insert, you may remove the smoke baffle
plate, damper, refractory (firebricks), glass doors,
screen rails, screen mesh and log grates from the
factory built fireplace as long as these items are
saved and are reinstalled in the event that the
Insert is removed.
Smoke shelves, shields and baffles may be
removed if attached by mechanical fasteners. If any
part is removed it must not weaken the structural
integrity of the factory built fireplace.
NOTE: Any alterations made to the listed solid
fuel burning factory built fireplace may void the
listing of the fireplace.
*Check with your local inspector before
commencing with this installation.
Installer must mechanically attach the supplied
label to the inside of the firebox of the fireplace
into which the gas fireplace insert is installed.
"WARNING: This fireplace has been
converted for use with a gas fireplace insert
only and cannot be used for burning wood or
solid fuels unless all original parts have been
replaced, and the fireplace re-approved by the
authority having jurisdiction."
General Safety Information
1) The appliance installation must conform with
local codes or in the absence of local codes,
with CAN/CGA B149 (in Canada) or the National
Fuel Gas Code ANSI Z223.1 in the U.S.A. This
appliance should be installed by a qualified gas
fitter technician only.
2) Installation and repair should be done by a
qualified service person.
3) The appliance should be inspected before use
and at least annually by a professional service
person. More frequent cleaning may be required
due to excessive lint from carpeting, bedding
material, animal hair, etc. It is imperative that
control compartments, burners and circulating
air passageways of the appliance be kept clean.
4) See general construction and assembly
instructions. This appliance may only be
installed in a vented, noncombustible fireplace.
5) This appliance is Listed for bedroom installations
when used with a Listed Millivolt Thermostat.
Some areas may have further requirements,
check local codes before installation.
6) Always connect this insert to a vent system
venting to the outside of the building envelope.
Never vent to another room or inside a building.
Make sure that the vent is properly sized and is
of adequate height to provide the proper draft.
7) Inspect the venting system annually for blockage
and any signs of deterioration.
8) Any glass removed for servicing must be
replaced prior to operating the appliance.
9) To prevent injury, do not allow anyone who is
unfamiliar with the operation to use the fireplace.
10)This appliance cannot be operated without brick
or enamel panels in place.
11)Due to high temperatures, the appliance should
be located out of high traffic areas and away
from furniture and draperies. Children and
adults should be alerted to the hazards of high
surface temperatures, especially the fireplace
glass and gold trims, 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. Clothing or
other flammable material should not be placed
on or near the appliance.
BEFORE YOU START
Safe installation and operation of this appliance
requires common sense, however, we are required
by the Canadian Safety Standards and ANSI
Standards to make you aware of the following:
Emissions from burning wood or gas could
contain chemicals known to the State of
California to cause cancer, birth defects
or other reproductive harm.
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installation INSTALLATION
CHECKLIST
Before installing vent system ensure that the damper
plate is open and secure to prevent the damper plate
from falling down and crushing the liner.
MATERIALS REQUIRED
A 120 Volt AC power cord is hooked up to operate the fan and operate the gas valve when batteries
are not installed in the receiver. Plug the 3 wire cord into a suitable receptacle. Do not cut the
ground terminal off under any circumstances. When connected with 120 volts, the appliance
must be electrically grounded in accordance with local codes, current version of CSA C22.1 (in
Canada) or in the absence of local codes, with the National Electrical Code ANSI/NFPA 70-1987.
The Regency Gas Insert is installed as listed.
1) Check all clearances to combustibles, (Refer to
sections "Minimum Fireplace Dimensions and
Clearances to Combustibles)
MINIMUM FIREPLACE
DIMENSIONS
2) Make the gas connection. (Refer to section "Gas
Connection")
The minimum fireplace clearances & dimensions for the Regency gas insert are shown in the following
diagrams:
3) Install the two 3" flue liners (intake and exhaust)
to the sliding connector plate. (Refer to section
"Flue Liner Installation.")
4) Slide the unit half way into the fireplace.
A
5) Pull the vent connector plate through the tapered
brackets and fasten to the front plate. Refer to
section "Flue Liner Installation.")
B
6) Slide the unit fully into the fireplace. Level if
necessary.
7) Hook up 120 volt AC power cord into a suitable
receptacle. Optional: Install 4 batteries in
receiver. Batteries only serve as back up if
power is lost within the home.
C
8) Test gas pressure (Refer to section "Gas Pipe
Pressure Testing"). Check aeration system
(Refer to section "Gas Insert Aeration System").
9) Install standard and optional features. Refer to
the following sections:
a. B
rick Panels or Enamel Panels
(must be installed)
b. Log Set
c. Glass Crystals
d. Spa stones
e Standard Faceplate
f. Low Profile Faceplate
g. 4 sided faceplate.
10) Final check: Before leaving this unit with the
customer, the installer must ensure that the
appliance is firing correctly. This includes:
a) Clocking the appliance to ensure the correct
firing rate.
b) Adjusting the primary air, if required, to
ensure that the flame does not carbon. See
"Gas Insert Aeration System" section.
c) Ensuring that the appliance is venting
correctly.
Max Lentil Bar
Depth
A
Height
B
Depth
C
Width
(rear)
D
Width
(front)
E
Width
F
Front Depth
To Taper
G
Low
Profile
Faceplate
10"
20"
15.75"
22"
30"
31-1/4"
2-1/8"
Vignette
Faceplate
12.25"
20"
18"
22"
30"
35-5/8"
4-3/8"
Vignette
Faceplate
w/Spacer
10"
20"
15.75"
22"
30"
31-1/4"
2-1/8"
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MINIMUM CLEARANCES TO COMBUSTIBLES
The clearances listed below are Minimum distances unless otherwise stated:
A major cause of fires is failure to maintain required clearances (air space) to combustible materials. It is of the greatest importance that this
decorative gas appliance be installed only in accordance with these instructions.
Clearance:
Dimension
A: Sides
6" / 152 mm
Measured From:
From inside edge of faceplate / doors
B: Ceiling
60" / 1524 mm
From Base of Unit
C: Mantel (Min. Height)
*32" / 813mm
35"/ 889mm
From Base of Unit
From Base of Unit
D:Min. Hearth Depth
14" / 356mm
E: Min. Hearth Length
40"/ 1016mm
G: Max. Mantle Depth
0 -12" / 305 mm
K: Min. Alcove Width
54" / 1372 mm
L: Max. Alcove Depth
36" / 914 mm
M: Mantel Deflector
3-1/2"/ 89mm
@ 44" (1118mm) from bottom of unit
NOTE: 40” (1016MM) wide x 14” (356mm) deep hearth is required, unless the unit is raised
6” (152.4 mm) off the floor surface.
*An optional 3-1/2" deflector, reduces the mantel height to 32" from bottom of unit
@ 1"depth.
MANTEL CLEARANCES WITH 3-1/2" DEFLECTOR
Allowable
Mantel Area
0
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
0
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
MANTEL CLEARANCES WITHOUT DEFLECTOR
38
36
34
32
30
28
26
24
22
20
18
16
14
15" Min
From Top of
Door
Opening
35"
From bottom
of unit
Diagram 2
WARNING
Although this appliance passes safety
certification, the hearth in front of the fireplace
becomes very hot when the fireplace heats. Do
not use the hearth as a seat or shelf.
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Diagram 1
Allowable
Mantel Area
38
36
34
32
30
28
26
24
22
20
18
16
14
12
12" Min
From Top of
Door
Opening
32"
From bottom
of unit
Diagram3
Note: A 3-1/2" mantel deflector to reduce
mantel height to 32" from bottom of unit
@ 1"depth.
A noncombustible mantel may be
installed at a lower height if the framing
is made of metal studs covered with a
noncombustible board.
Note: All material used must be completely
non-combustible.
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installation GAS CONNECTION
GAS CONNECTION WARNING:
Only persons licensed to work
with gas piping may make the
necessary gas connections
to this appliance.
The Air Intake pipe must be attached to the inlet
air collar of the termination cap.
Part #
948-305
946-529
Description
3" Flex - 35 ft.
Co-linear DV Vertical
Termination Cap
1) If the appliance is to be installed into an existing
chimney system, thoroughly clean the masonry
or factory built fireplace.
2) The appliance is provided with an opening on
the left hand side of the control compartment.
A 3/8" NPT gas supply pipe must be brought
near this inlet hole.
3) Locate the center point where the vent will pass
through the chimney above the appliance. Move
the appliance into the exact location where it is
to be installed. Ensure that the Insert is level.
4) Do not cut any sheet-metal parts of the fireplace, in which the gas fireplace insert is to
be installed.
5) If the factory-built fireplace has no gas access
hole(s) provided, an access hole of 1-1/2"
(37.5mm) or less may be drilled though the
lower sides or bottom of the firebox in a
proper workmanship like manner. This access
hole must be plugged with a non-combustible
insulation after the gas supply line has been
installed.
Air
Intake
Exhaust
Flue
Alternate Approved Caps
46DVA-VC Vertical Termination Cap
46DVA-VCHHigh Wind Cap
46DVA-GK 3" Co-linear Adaptor with flashing
In areas of consistently high winds, we recommend
using the Simpson Dura-Vent System (46DVA-GK
adapter and 46DVA-VCH high-wind cap).
The Air Intake pipe must be attached to the inlet
air collar of the termination cap.
VENTING
THE APPLIANCE MUST NOT BE
CONNECTED TO A
CHIMNEY FLUE SERVING A
SEPARATE SOLID FUEL
BURNING APPLIANCE.
This appliance is designed to be attached to two
3" (76mm) co-linear aluminium flex running the full
length of the chimney. The flue length must be a
minimum length of 8 ' (2.44m) and a maximum of
35' (10.7m). See chart for minimum distances from
roof. Periodically check that the vent is unrestricted.
Masonry chimneys may take various contours which
the flexible liner will accommodate. However, keep
the flexible liner as straight as possible, avoid
unnecessary bending.
Gas & Electrical Connections
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FLUE / VENT INSTALLATION
Connecting the Vent Liners
4) Use the Flue Connector Slide Tool to slowly pull the Flue Connector
Plate forward as you move the Insert rearward into the Fireplace Chase.
NOTE:
Flue Liner
Plate Connector Gasket
Intake
must not be damaged or removed.
Exhaust Liner
Care must be taken to ensure that this
Gear
Clamps
gasket
remains intact to prevent flue
leakage.
Vent Connectors
1) D
etach the Flue Connector Plate from the unit by removing the
Connector Plate Screws and sliding the Flue Connector Plate forward
and off the unit.
Flue Connector Slide Tool
5) W
hen the Flue Connector Plate is close to the front of the unit, engage
the Flue Connector Screws and carefully tighten the Flue Connector
Plate the final amount.
Flue Connector
Slide Tool
Flue Connector
Screws
Flue Connector
Plate
Flue Connector
Plate Guides
Flue Connector
Plate Gasket
Connector plate screws
** M
ake sure the Rear Tabs connect into their respective slots in the Flue
Connector Plate. Failure to do so will result in flue gas leakage and
degrade the operation of the unit ** (See diagram below of location.)
The Flue connection is complete when the Flue Connector Plate is fully
forward and the Rear Tabs are fully engaged.
Flue Connector Plate
6) Remove the Flue Connector Tool and store for future use.
2) A
ttach the Flue Liners onto the Flue Connector Plate using non RTV
type sealant, then fasten with 3 screws.
See the section in this manual on Venting installation.
3) P
osition the unit in front of the fireplace opening, start the Flue Connector Plate into the Flue Connector Plate Guides.
Intake Liner
Exhaust Liner
Vent Connectors
Rear tabs fully engaged
Properly installed Flue
Connector Plate
Flue Connector
Slide Tool
Flue Connector
Screws
Flue Connector
Plate
Flue Connector
Plate Guides
Flue Connector
Plate Gasket
WARNING:
Failure to position the parts in accordance with these diagrams or failure
to use only parts specifically approved with this appliance may result in
property damage or personal injury.
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installation LEVELLING LEG ADJUSTMENT
The LRI4E / HRI4E inserts are equipped with 2 rear levelling legs that are accessible while the appliance is in its final installation position. The unit can be
adjusted up to 5/16" (16mm).
emove left and right side filler pieces. The rear levelling bolts are located in the back corners of the firebox and can be adjusted using a 7/16" wrench.
R
Rotate the bolts clockwise to raise the rear of the firebox.
hen the appliance is in position, adjust the bolts to level the appliance, making sure that the appliance is also level and is sitting on the 2 bolts to prevent
W
rocking.
Levelling legs
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AIR SHUTTER ADJUSTMENT
Air Shutters are required to increase or decrease the amount of air that is
mixed with the fuel before combustion. This will have an affect on how well
the fuel combusts and how the flame physically appears.
Low primary air will leave a taller, yellower flame while higher primary air will
leave a lower, bluer flame.
This setting is largely for appearance, however, not enough primary air may
lead to carboning, sooting or a flame that reaches the top of the firebox.
Situations that may require more primary air are; units that are burning
propane, units installed at higher elevations or units that are run on high
most of the time.
The LRI4E / HRI4E is equipped with an air shutter that is accessible from
outside the firebox and can be adjusted during operation.
Aeration adjustments should only be made after the unit has been on for 30
minutes to 1 hour.
Slide the Air Shutter Lever towards you to increase the primary air setting.
Air Shutter
Air Shutter Lever
Slide the Air Shutter away from you to decrease the primary air setting.
Below you will see a chart showing the minimum primary air settings.
Firebox cut-away
to show location
of the Air Shutter
These are set from the factory, but due to fuel conversions or installation
conditions, the air setting may need to be adjusted.
Burner Mounting
Bracket
Gas Orifice
1) Slide the Air Shutter Lever towards you to increase the primary air setting.
Unit
Fuel Type
Min. Air Setting
LRI4E
NG
3/16" (5mm)
LRI4E
LP
1/4" (6mm)
HRI4E
NG
3/16" (5mm)
HRI4E
LP
1/4" (6mm)
HRI4E w/optional
driftwood logs
NG
Fully Open
2) Slide the Air Shutter away from you to decrease the primary air setting.
Below you will see a chart showing the minimum primary air settings.
Close
Open
Unit Front
CAUTION: Carbon will be produced if air shutter is closed too much.
Unit Back
Note: any damage due to carboning resulting from improperly setting
the aeration controls is NOT covered under warranty.
Note: Aeration Adjustment should only be performed by an authorized
Regency Installer at the time of installation or service.
Note: The HRI4E with optional driftwood logs is only approved for sue
with NG. This is not approved when using propane.
First Fire & Aeration
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installation LRI4E-NG / HRI4E-NG
SYSTEM DATA
Min. Supply Pressure
5" WC (1.25 kpa)
Manifold Pressure
3.5" WC (0.87 kpa)
Orifice Size
#35 DMS
Maximum Input
31,000 Btu/h
(9.09 kW)
LRI4E-LP / HRI4E-LP
SYSTEM DATA
Min. Supply Pressure
11" WC (2.73 kpa)
Manifold Pressure
10" WC (2.49 kpa)
Orifice Size
#53 DMS
Maximum Input
31,000 Btu/h
(9.09 kW)
HIGH ELEVATION
This unit is approved for altitude 0 to 4500 ft. (CAN1
2.17-M91).
GAS LINE
INSTALLATION
Since some municipalities have additional local
codes it is always best to consult with your local
authorities and the CAN/CGA B149 installation
code.
For USA installations follow local codes and/or the
current National Fuel Gas Code, ANSI Z223.1.
When using copper or flex connectors use only
approved fittings. Always provide a union so that
gas lines can be easily disconnected for servicing.
Flare nuts for copper lines and flex connectors are
usually considered to meet this requirement.
NOTE: A shutoff / dante valve should be supplied in or near the unit (or as per local codes)
for ease of servicing this appliance.
IMPORTANT: Always check for gas leaks with
a soap and water solution or gas leak detector.
Do not use open flame for leak testing.
885 S.I.T. VALVE
DESCRIPTION
Burner
Flame Sensor
1)
2)
3)
4)
Ignitor
Pilot
5)
6)
Note: If you have an incorrect flame pattern, 7)
contact your Regency® dealer for further
instructions.
6 Stage flame adjustment
Pilot adjustment
Outlet Pressure Tap
Inlet Pressure Tap
Pilot Outlet
Main Gas Outlet
Main Gas Inlet
Incorrect flame pattern will have small, probably
yellow flames, not coming into proper contact
with the rear burner or flame sensor. GAS PIPE PRESSURE
TESTING
3
4
The appliance must be isolated from the gas supply piping system by closing its individual manual
shut-off valve during any pressure testing of the
gas supply piping system at test pressures equal
to or less than 1/2 psig. (3.45 kPa). Disconnect
piping from valve at pressures over 1/2 psig.
2
1
The manifold pressure is controlled by a regulator
built into the gas control, and should be checked
at the pressure test point.
Note: To properly check gas pressure, both
inlet and manifold pressures should be
checked using the valve pressure ports
on the valve.
7
1) Make sure the valve is in the "OFF" position.
2) Loosen the "IN" and/or "OUT" pressure tap(s),
turning counterclockwise with a
1/8" wide flat screwdriver.
3) Attach manometer to "IN" and/or "OUT" pressure
tap(s) using a 5/16" ID hose.
5
6
4) Light the pilot and turn the valve to "ON" position.
5) The pressure check should be carried out with
the unit burning and the setting should be within
the limits specified on the safety label.
6) When finished reading manometer, turn off the
gas valve, disconnect the hose and tighten the
screw (clockwise) with a 1/8" flat screwdriver.
Note: Screw should be snug, but do not over
tighten.
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PROFLAME REMOTE SYSTEM GTMF WITH FAN (LRI4E / HRI4E)
Proflame System
Configuration
885 GTMF
886
Wire Diagram
Proflame Remote
Operation
Proflame Remote
Battery Change
GTMF REMOTE SYSTEM - IMPORTANT: The 120V fan control module serves as the power source for this unit. The AA batteries in the
receiver only serve as a backup in case 120 volt power lost within the home.
CAUTION: Label all wires prior to disconnection
when servicing controls. Wiring errors can cause
improper and dangerous operation.
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Caution: Ensure that the wires do not touch any
hot surfaces and are away from sharp edges.
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installation CONVERSION FROM NG TO LP
LRI4E /HRI4E using
LRI4E/HZRI4E
usingSIT
SIT885
885NOVA
NOVAGas
GasValve
Valve
THIS CONVERSION MUST BE DONE BY A QUALIFIED GAS FITTER
IF IN DOUBT DO NOT DO THIS CONVERSION!
WARNING
This conversion kit shall be installed by a qualified service agency in
accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions and all applicable codes
and requirements of the authority having jurisdiction. If these instructions
is not followed exactly, a fire, explosion or production of carbon monoxide
may result causing property damage, personal injury or loss of life. The
qualified service agency is responsible for the proper installation of this
kit. The installation is not proper and complete until the operation of the
converted appliance is checked as specified in the manufacturer’s instructions supplied with the kit.
Conversion Kit 396-972 includes:
1
911-011
Stepper Motor LP for 885 SIT
1
904-947
Orifice #53
1
910-101
Pilot Orifice #35
1
918-590
Decal - Conversion to LP
1
908-528
Label Propane
1
904-529
5/32" long Allen Key
Cable from motor
3) Disconnect the Cable coming from the Pressure Regulator Motor.
Before you begin:
Shut off the gas supply to the unit.
Disconnect all electrical supply to the unit.
Always let the appliance cool to room temperature before servicing.
1) Remove the left side control cover.
4) Remove and discard 2 Pressure regulator screws A (T20 or slot), Pressure Regulator B, Spring and Diaphragm C.
5) Ensure the rubber gasket, which is prefitted as part of the Assembly,
is properly positioned. Install the new Pressure Regulator using the 2x
M4 x .7 screws supplied. Tighten the screws to 25lb-in. In the event that
the screw threads are cross threaded or stripped, replace the valve
assembly.
Side control cover
The valve in the LRI4E is attached using 2 screws and 2 hooks located
below the valve. Loosening the screws part way and lift the valve to
disengage the hooks.
The valve will then hinge outward allowing access to the components
and pressure taps located on the top of the valve without completely
removing the valve.
Install the enclosed propane identification label to the valve body where it
can be easily seen.
2) Loosen both screws at the top of the valve about ½ way out. Lift the
valve body and lean outward. The Valve Brackets will rest open as
shown on the right.
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10) Unscrew the pilot orifice with the allen key; then replace with the LPG
pilot orifice and the pilot cap, provided in the kit.
6) Re-attach the Pressure Regulator wire, and re-situate the Gas Valve,
secure the screws that fasten the Gas Valve Mounting Brackets.
7) Remove burner (see burner removal section in manual).
8) Using a 3/8” socket wrench, loosen and remove the main gas orifice.
Replace with the LP gas orifice. Confirm the orifice size marked on the
Orifice with the Rating Label on the appliance
11)
9) Remove pilot retainer clip with pliers and pull off the pilot cap to expose
the pilot orifice.
Ensure the pilot light is in the correct orientation to the Burner.
Reconnect the gas and electrical supply to the appliance. Start the
appliance. (see section on Lighting Instructions) Ensure that pilot and
burner ignition is completed without delay. Check both your inlet and
outlet pressures at full load. With a soapy solution, leak test the entire
system. Verify both the correct flame and pilot appearance.
12) See Gas Pipe Pressure Testing in manual.
13) Adjust aerations settings - see Air Shutter Adjustment section in the
manual.
Installer Notice:
These instructions must be left
with the appliance.
Pilot retainer clip
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installation GLASS CRYSTAL / CERAMIC SPA STONE INSTALLATION
Spread the Glass Crystals or Stones evenly over the burner. Ensure the crystals/stones do not overlap excessively as this will affect the flame pattern.
IMPORTANT NOTE:
Only the supplied approved Glass Crystals and Stones are to be used with these fireplaces. Use of any other type of glass crystals or stones can alter the
unit's performance, any damage caused by the use of any unapproved glass or stones will not be covered under warranty.
When using Ceramic Spa/Volcanic Stones DO NOT cover burner ports or pilot light that lead to pilot flame.
BURNER PACKAGES
Unit
*Glass Crystals
HRI4E
8 lbs [5 lbs burner + 8 lbs [5 lbs burner + 2 lb Glass + 1 package (70 Spa Stones)
3 lbs firebox]
3 lbs firebox]
8 lbs Beads + 1 package (70 Spa Stones)
Fire Beads
Stones - Spa / Ceramic / Volcanic Stones / Driftwood Logs
NOTE: * Glass Crystals are not supplied with the unit. Must purchase separately - see quantities above.
Spa stone package contains 70 stones.
OPTIONAL PEBBLES / GLASS CRYSTAL INSTALLATION FOR FIREBOX BASE (AROUND BURNER)
There are 2 optional packages to choose from to cover the firebox base:
1) Natural River Pebbles
2) Glass Crystals (4 colors available)
Spread the pebbles / crystals evenly on the exposed base of the firebox. Pebbles are NOT to be placed anywhere on the burner or over top of the Glass
Crystals or optional Stones.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Only the supplied and approved pebbles / glass crystals are to be used with these fireplaces. Use of any other type of pebbles, glass
crystals or other material can create a danger and will void the warranty.
Firebox (Around Burner) Packages
Glass Crystals shown on Burner
Optional Spa Stones + Glass Crystals shown on burner.
Glass Crystals
For Units Unit
HZ54E, , HZ42ST, HZ42STE,
HZI234E, HZ42E, HZ42, Pebbles For Units HZ54E, HZ42ST, HZ42STE, HZI234E, HZ42, HZ42E,
HZ30E,
HZ30E
HRI4E
3 lbs
1 package (3 x bags pebbles)
Installing Glass Crystals
HZO42, HZO42 (AUS) PTO30, PTO60, Plateau Series
Natural River Pebbles shown surrounding the a Horizon Burner
Glass Crystals shown surrounding the Burner
Glass Crystals shown on Burner and Firebox Floor
For Units HZI390E, HZI540E
DO NOT block pilot area with glass crystals
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HZI390E ADDENDUM
CAUTION
DO NOT place spa stones over pilot and burner ports.
No spa stones in this area.
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HRI4E OPTIONAL LOG SET INSTALLATION
OPTIONAL LOG SET INSTALLATION
Read the instructions below carefully and refer to the images. If the logs are broken do not use the unit until they are replaced. Broken
logs can interfere with pilot operation.
Improper positioning of the logs may create carbon build-up and can alter the unit's performance which is not covered under warranty.
*For Touch Ups: Satin Black paint is included for burner, and Dark Brown Paint is included for log set,
Note: This Log installation is for NG units only.
1
Rear Centre Log
2
Centre Right Front Angled Log Piece
3
Right Forked Upright Log
4
Left Angled Upright Log
5
Left Angled Cross Log
6
Right Front Angled Log Piece
7
Centre Left Front Angled Log Piece
1
5
4
Pilot shield (HRI4E units only)
7
2
Lava Rock and Embers
Glass quantities with Log installation
HRI4E
5 lbs
HRI6E
6 lbs
6
3
Rear Log Bracket (HRI6E/HRI4E units)
3. Place Log 1 on Rear Log Bracket, ensure Log is centered. Place
small amount of glass crystals on pilot cover, over top pilot area in
front of Log 1.
Note: If glass previously installed - remove 2lbs to equal above quantity.
Ensure unit is cooled to room temperature and remove glass door.
1. HRI4E Unit only.
Remove burner (see manual for instructions).
Remove existing pilot shield by removing 2 screws.
Install pilot shield provided with Log Set using 2 screws from
previous pilot shield. Reinstall burner.
1
Center Log 1 on bracket
4. Place Log 2 on the glass, angled with the non charred point of the
Log is approximately 9-1/4" from the right side of the burner tray.
New Pilot Shield - HRI4E Only
2. Both HRI4E & HRI6E Units.
Sweep glass aside (if already installed) to install Rear Log Bracket,
clip the front edge of the rear bracket on to rear of the burner as
shown below.
1
2
2
9-1/4"
Position Log 2
Rear Log Bracket
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8. Place Log 6 - rest on Log 3 as shown below.
5. Place Log 3, rest on Log 2, match pin locator on Log 2 with landing
pin on Log 1. Angle the longest point on Log 3 is approximately 1/4'
from the outside edge of the burner tray.
6
1
3
3
2
Position Log 6
9. Place Log 7 on the glass as shown below.
Line up pin locator and pin, Logs 1,3
6. Place Log 4, match pin locator on Log 4 with landing pin on Log
1. Angle the longest point on Log 4 is approximately 1/4' from the
outside edge of the burner tray.
7
1
4
Position Log 7
10. Place embers and Lava rocks on the glass as shown below.
3
2
Note: Properly positioned, Logs 3 & 4 should measure 1/4" from their
longest point to the outside edge of the burner tray.
Line up pin locator and pin, Logs 1,4
7. Place Log 5 across Log 4,match pin locator on Log 5 with landing
pin on Log 4.
Note: there are 2 pin locators on Log 5, lower locator is for HRI4E
units and the upper locator is for the HRI6E units.
1
4
1/4"
3
1/4"
Place Lava Rock and Embers on Glass
5
11. Reinstall Glass Door.
HRI6E Pin Landing
12. Adjust aeration setting to fully open (manual for detailed instructions)
HRI4E Pin Landing
4
Note: Logs to be installed in NG units only.
Line up pin locator and pin, Logs 5,4
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LRI4E LOG SET INSTALLATION
LOG INSTALLATION
Read the instructions below carefully and refer to the images. If the logs are broken do not use the unit until they are replaced. Broken
logs can interfere with pilot operation.
Improper positioning of the logs may create carbon build-up and can alter the unit's performance which is not covered under warranty.
*For Touch Ups: Satin Black paint is included for burner, and Dark Brown Paint is included for log set,
1
Rear Bottom Left Log
2
Right Upright Log
3
Middle Right Log Piece
4
Front Left Log Piece
5
Front Right Log
6
Front Right Angled Log
7
Top Back Log
2
7
4
1. Seat Log 1 on the back left side indent in the burner. When Log is
seated, grasp both ends of the Log and slide forward until Log 1 is
snug against raised portions of burner.
6
3
1
5
3. Seat Log 3 into indent in burner as shown below.
1
3
Log 1 location on burner
4. When seated, push Log 3 to the back as far as it will go within
indent. to prevent any carboning.
2. Identify corresponding pin locators on bottom of Log 2 and line up
with pins on burner- see below.
2
3
Log 3 push to the back of the indent
Log 2 pin locator, line up with pins on burner
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5. Seat Log 4 into front, right depression on burner as shown below.
8. Line up the pin locator in Log 7 with the pin in Log 1.
7
1
3
4
1
Log 7 pin locator line up with Log 1 pin
9. When Log 7 is seated, manoeuvre it is contacting Log 2.
Placement of Log 4
2
6. Position Log 5 by seating into the indent located at the front of the
burner towards the right as shown below.
7
5
Log 7 and Log 2 should make contact
Location for Log 5
7. Log 6 is positioned in the indent on the far right of the burner in the
orientation shown below.
2
7
6
3
1
4
5
6
Final Install
Location for Log 6
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installation STANDING PILOT
The LRI4E / HRI4E use a heat exchanger and efficient combustion technology to provide extreme heating efficiencies. The more efficient an appliance
becomes, the lower the flue gas temperatures becomes.
On start-up, flue temperatures are required to initiate venting action.
Here are some considerations when setting up the LRI4E / HRI4E:
1) When operating the unit in temperatures below 50° F, run the pilot in
"Standing Pilot" mode, by setting the Surefire™ switch to ON.
The switch is located to the bottom left of the Firebox Door.
ove the switch to the right to run in Standing Pilot mode, to the left to
M
run in Intermittent Pilot (electronic ignition) mode. This will aid in keeping
the flue slightly warmer than the outside air, making start up a smoother
process.
HEAT EXCHANGE RETURN
ADDING THE HEAT EXCHANGER RETURN
1) Remove the panels if they are already installed. Remove one screw
in the upper left and upper right of the firebox. If the unit has been
previously operated, spray these screws with WD-40. Once the screws
have been removed, lower the front edge of the exhaust baffle and pull
towards you. There are 3 screws at the rear of the exhaust baffle that
help to position the baffle and keep it straight during operation.
2) Install the heat exchange return as shown.
3) Reinstall the exhaust baffle.
Exhaust Baffle Screws (both sides)
Exhaust Baffle
NOTE: Only installed at elevations of 35 feet maximum vent run.
Screw
Heat Exchanger Return
Exhaust Baffle
Heat Exchanger Return
Screws help to locate
the Exhaust Baffle when
installing in the Firebox
Exhaust Baffle
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BRICK PANEL INSTALLATION
Brick
instaLLation
IMPORTANT: THIS APPLIANCE CANNOT
BE panEL
OPERATED
WITHOUT BRICK OR ENAMEL PANELS INSTALLED.
Brick panels are soft and fragile. Use caution when handling the panels,
being careful not to jar them or scratch the painted surfaces.
2) Remove the firebox liners from their packaging. Inspect them prior to
installation to make sure they haven`t been damaged during shipping.
3) Install the rear brick panel, by placing it against the rear of the firebox.
The bottom of the brick panel rests on a small sheet metal lip, just above
the air intake at the bottom rear of the Firebox. You will need to hold this
panel in place while you install the right brick panel. Do not let go of the
panel or it may fall forward and be damaged.
Firebox Liner Rear
Firebox Liner Right
4) While holding the rear brick panel in place, slide the right along the side
of the firebox toward the rear of the firebox. Each side Firebox Liner will
sit upon a Firebox Liner Retainer and the top will be held between the
Exhaust Baffle and the side of the firebox.
Firebox Liner Left
Exhaust Baffle
Diagram 1
Firebox Liner Retainers
Firebox Liners
L390EB shown
1) Remove left/right filler sections and discard - see below.
Firebox Liner Left
Upper Left of Firebox
Left /right filler sections
Firebox Liner Right
Firebox Liner
Retainer (x2)
Lower Right of Firebox
5) Once one Firebox Liner Side is installed, you can release the Firebox
Liner Rear. The side Liner will hold the rear Liner in place. Install the Firebox Liner Left the same way you installed the Firebox Liner Right. Both
side liners should be just slightly back from the front edge of the Firebox.
Brick Panel Installation
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ENAMEL PANEL INSTALLATION
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installation IMPORTANT: THIS APPLIANCE CANNOT BE OPERATED WITHOUT BRICK OR ENAMEL PANELS INSTALLED.
1) Remove filler sections from right and left sides of the burner and discard
- see below.
Before you start:
Black Enamel panels
• Black Enamel panels must be inspected for scratches and dimples prior
to installation. All claims to be recorded at this time.
Claims for damage after installation will not receive consideration.
• Black Enamel panels will discolor a little during normal operation. This is
normal and should not be considered a defect.
Filler section
*
All hand and finger marks mUst be cleaned off with a soft cloth. Use
an ammonia based cleaner (ie. glass cleaner) to remove any fingerprints
before applying heat to the unit.
Failure to do this will result in burn stains on panels which you will
be unable to remove. Not protected by product warranty.
Sheet metal components may have sharp edges. Please handle with
care. The enamel panels require an insulation panel installed behind
them. Failure to do so may result in an elevated operating temperature
and premature failure of the appliance. The Insulation panels may contain
fibre glass or ceramic elements. These may become airborne or stick to
carpets and/or clothing. Handle with caution.
The use of work gloves and dust masks is recommended when handling
panels and insulation.
2) Place the insulation panels on the inside of their respective firebox liners.
Have both the rear liner and the right liner within reach of the Firebox.
The rear liner has one long edge with perpendicular lip and one long
edge with a lip angled downward. The angled lip is the top of the panel.
The liner sits on a sheet metal ledge at the rear of the firebox, just above
the air inlet near the bottom.
While holding the rear liner in place, slide the firebox liner right (and the
corresponding insulation panel) into the right side of the Firebox. The side
liners will sit on the firebox liner retainers and fit at the top in-between the
firebox side and the exhaust baffle. The rear flange on the Firebox Liner
Side, sits between the rear liner and the firebox side. When the side liner
is properly installed, the front edge should sit just inside the front edge of
the firebox.
Enamel panels
Interlocking of the
side and rear Firebox
Liners
Firebox
Liner Rear
Insulation Panels
Side and Rear Panel
Positioning
Firebox Liner Retainers
Exhuast Baffle
Panel retainers
HRI4E
*Insulation panels not shown in this diagram
Bottom Right of Firebox
Top Right of Firebox
4) Install the firebox liner Left, with the corresponding Insulation Panel by
sliding it into the left side of the firebox. The rear flange of the liner must
fit between the firebox liner rear and the firebox. You may have to push
the liner against the firebox as you push it rearward.
Enamel panels
Panel retainers
Installing Enamel Panels
HRI6E
*Insulation panels not shown in this diagram
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GLASS DOOR REMOVAL / INSTALLATION
WARNING: Do not operate the appliance
with the glass panels removed, cracked or
broken. Replacement of the glass panels
should be done by a licensed or qualified
service person.
1) Insert the door tool into the lower door latch.
Window Clip (x4)
Door Frame
Glass Gasket Retainer
Window Glass Gasket
Door Latch
Door Tool
Window Glass
2) P
ull forward until the lower door latch is disengaged from the door frame.
Door Components
3) Push downward until the Lower Door Latch is below the Door Frame.
4) Release the lower door latch until it reaches its resting point.
5) R
emove the door tool and repeat steps 1-5 on the other lower door latch.
6) P
ull the bottom of the door towards you until the door is angled away from
the firebox by about 30°. Lift the door up and over the upper door hooks.
7) To install the glass door - reverse steps.
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VIGNETTE FACEPLATE WITH MESH BARRIER INSTALLATION
1. Install the outer faceplate and secure with 6 screws as shown.
Route power cord on right side between the inner and outer profile
of faceplate. Use a grommet and wire clip to secure.
3. Ensure finger prints or smudges are removed from the faceplate
before the first firing.
Final Install
Note:Shown with Optional Hearth Trim
NOTE: Pull the bottom of the Vignette faceplate towards you to access
the remote receiver located at the lower left corner.
Power Cord
Location
2. Install the Vignette faceplate by hooking the flange over the hanger
as shown.
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3 SIDED LOW PROFILE FACEPLATE WITH MESH BARRIER INSTALLATION
3 sIded low pRofIle faceplate w/mesH baRRIeR InstallatIon
note: A mantel deflector may be installed to reduce the minimum mantel height.
Refer to minimum clearances in the installation manual.
If not installing the mantel deflector - proceed to step 3.
5. Install front faceplate by hooking back of front faceplate over lip edge on
unit in locations shown below. Angle faceplate slightly to hook on, lower
gently, bottom of faceplate will secure with magnets.
1. Line up the mantel deflector (tabs to the back) with the Low Profile backing plate.
Hooks on
back of
front
faceplate
Mantel deflector
Back of outer faceplate
2. Bend all 3 tabs 90º to secure the deflector to the top of the backing plate.
The tabs should be flush with the underside of the top lip of the back plate.
Top of backing
plate
3. Bend the 2 tabs with magnets located on the lower portion of the outer
faceplate. Right side tab bend down to 90° - Left side tab bend outward
to 90° as shown.
Hook onto unit to install
Front of outer faceplate
Bend tabs w/magnets
to 90°
note: Faceplate may be installed after the unit is in it's final position.
4. Install Low Profile faceplate backing plate and secure to the unit with 6
screws in locations shown below. Route power cord through the right side
of backing plate and install the grommet.
Final Install
note:To access the remote reciever pull lower portion of fron faceplate
towards you. The receiver will be located on the lower left side of
the appliance.
Power Cord
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installation 4 SIDED FACEPLATE WITH MESH BARRIER INSTALLATION
1. Install the outer faceplate and secure with 6 screws as shown.
2. Install the outer faceplate by hooking the flange over the hanger as
shown.
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SPACER
SPACER INSTALLATION
The installation of a spacer may be required to maintain the flush
appearance of the faceplate.
INSTALLATION
4. Slide the spacer accent trim down gently, once in position, secure in
place with 4 screws in the locations shown below.
1. Install the outer faceplate and secure with 6 screws as shown.
Route power cord through the inner and outer rear profile of the rear
faceplate on the right side. Install grommet and wire clip.
Power Cord
2. Install the supplied screw into the center of the rear faceplate through
the center hole of the hanger as shown below.
Center Hole
5. Install the outer faceplate by hooking the flange over the hanger as
shown.
See Vignette Installation Instructions
3. Line up the notch in the center of the spacer accent trim assembly
with the protruding screw installed in Step 2.
NOTE: To access remote receiver pull the bottom of the faceplate towards
you. It is located in the bottom left corner.
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installation BACKING PLATE INSTALLATION
BACKING PLATE INSTALLATION
1. Install the rear faceplate and secure with 6 screws as shown.
Route power cord through the inner and outer rear profile of the
rear faceplate on the right side. Install grommet and wire clip.
4. Line up the notch in the center of the spacer and backing plate combined with the protruding screw installed in Step 2.
If just installing backing plate - line up the backing plate with this
screw.
Power cord
2. Install the supplied screw into the rear faceplate through the
center hole of the hanger as shown below.
5. Slide the spacer and backing plate (or just backing plate if no spacer
is required) down gently, once in position, secure in place with 4
screws in the locations shown below.
Center Hole
5. Install the Vignette Faceplate by hooking the mounting flange over
the hanger as shown.
See Vingette Faceplate Installation Instructions
3. If installing the spacer, accent trim, secure backing plate to spacer,
accent trim with 7 screws in locations shown below. Painted side of
backing plate faces spacer accent trim.
NOTE: To access remote receiver pull the bottom of the faceplate
towards you. It is located in the bottom left corner.
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OPTIONAL MANTEL DEFLECTOR INSTALLATION
MANTEL DEFLECTOR INSTALLATION
Low Profile Faceplate LRI4E/HRI4E Only
Vignette Faceplate
Note: A mantel deflector may be installed to reduce the minimum mantel height.
Refer to minimum clearances in the installation manual.
Note: A mantel deflector may be installed to reduce the minimum mantel height.
Refer to minimum clearances in the installation manual.
1. Line up the mantel deflector (tabs to the back) with the Faceplate
Backing Plate.
1. Line up the mantel deflector (tabs to the back) with the Outer Faceplate.
Secure in place with three screws prior to installing outer faceplate.
Mantel Deflector
2. Bend all 3 tabs up to secure the deflector to the top of the backing plate.
Top of backing
plate
Note: Faceplate may be installed after the unit is in its final position.
Installed mantel deflector
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installation OPTIONAL HEARTH TRIM
optionalINSTALLATION
hearth trim installation
1. Line up Hearth Trim with base of unit and secure with 3 screws as
shown below.
Vignette Faceplate shown
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1. Line up Hearth Trim with base of unit and secure with 3 screws as
shown below.
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OPERATING
INSTRUCTIONS
Before operating this appliance, proceed through
the following check list.
1) Read and understand these Instructions before
operating this appliance.
2) Check to see that all wiring is correct and enclosed to prevent possible shock.
3) Check to ensure there are no gas leaks.
4) Make sure the glass door is in place. Never operate the appliance with the door glass removed.
5) Verify that all venting and the cap is unobstructed.
6) Verify log /glass crystal placement. If the pilot
cannot be seen when lighting the unit - the logs
/ crystals, or the embers have been incorrectly
positioned.
7) The unit should never be turned off and on again
without a minimum of a 60 second wait.
8) When lighting the appliance, the inside of the
glass may fog up. This will burn off after a few
minutes of operation.
DO NOT BURN THE APPLIANCE WITH
THE GLASS DOOR REMOVED.
FIRST FIRE
The first fire in your stove is part of the paint curing
process. To ensure that the paint is properly cured,
it is recommended that you burn your fireplace for
at least four (4) hours the first time you use it with
the fan on. When first operated, the unit will release
an odour caused by the curing of the paint, the
burning off of any oils remaining from manufacturing.
Smoke detectors in the house may go off at this
time. Open a few windows to ventilate the room for
a couple of hours.
The glass panel may require cleaning after the unit
has cooled down.
DO NOT ATTEMPT TO CLEAN THE
GLASS WHILE IT IS HOT.
Note: When the glass is cold and the appliance
is lit, it may cause condensation and fog
the glass. This condensation is normal
and will disappear in a few minutes as
the glass heats up.
DO NOT BURN THE APPLIANCE
WITHOUT THE GLASS FRONT IN
PLACE.
During the first few fires, a white film
may develop on the glass front as part
of the curing process. The glass should
be cleaned or the film will bake on and
become very difficult to remove. Use a
non-abrasive cleaner and NEVER clean
the glass while it is hot.
AUTOMATIC
CONVECTION FAN
OPERATION
The fan operates automatically, turn the knob on
the side of the faceplate to adjust to the desired
speed. The fan will turn on as the stove comes up
to operating temperature. After the unit has been
turned off and the unit cooled to below a useful
heat output range the fan will shut off automatically.
Glass Door Cleaning & Removal
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operating instructions LIGHTING PROCEDURE
IMPORTANT: The remote control system supplied with this appliance has
several options for starting/operating the appliance using the power button
and ON/OFF key on the hand held transmitter.
Prior to operating this appliance, please read the remote control operating
instructions (packaged with remote control) to understand how to operate
this remote control system. Option to download remote functions video
with QR code below.
Proflame
video
1. Ensure the wall switch/receiver is in the remote position. (see Diagram 1).
Set Switch to
Remote
3. After approximately 4 seconds the spark ignition system will spark for 60
seconds to light the main burner.
4. The unit will turn on.
Note: The first try for ignition will last approximately 60 seconds. If there is no
flame ignition (rectification) the board will stop sparking for approximately
35 seconds. After wait time , the board will start second try for ignition by
sparking for approximately 60 seconds . If there is still no positive ignition
the board will go into lock out.
The system will need to be reset as follows:
a) Turn the system off using ON/OFF switch or press ON/OFF button - if
using optional remote.
b) After approximately 2 seconds turn on ON/OFF switch or press ON/OFF
button if using optional remote.
c) Repeat step 2.
SHUTDOWN
PROCEDURE
Diagram 1
2. Press and release the ON/OFF button on the remote handheld transmitter (see Diagram 2). An audible beep should be heard from the receiver.
1. Turn the wall mounted switch or remote to the "OFF" position.
2. Press "OFF" on the remote control.
3. Turn the gas control knob to the "OFF" position to turn off the pilot.
ON/OFF
Button
Diagram 2
Remote shown in Manual Mode on Hi
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NORMAL OPERATING
SOUNDS OF
GAS APPLIANCES
It is possible that you will hear some sounds from
your gas appliance. This is perfectly normal due to
the fact that there are various gauges and types
of steel used within your appliance. Listed below
are some examples. All are normal operating
sounds and should not be considered as defects
in your appliance.
Blower:
Regency gas appliances use high tech blowers
to push heated air farther into the room. It is not
unusual for the fan to make a "whirring" sound
when ON. This sound will increase or decrease
in volume depending on the speed setting of your
fan speed control.
Burner Tray:
The burner tray is positioned directly under the
burner tube(s) and logs and is made of a different
gauge material from the rest of the firebox and
body.Therefore, the varying thicknesses of steel will
expand and contract at slightly different rates which
can cause "ticking" and "cracking" sounds. You
should also be aware that as there are temperature
changes within the unit these sounds will likely
re-occur. Again, this is normal for steel fireboxes.
Blower Thermodisc:
When this thermally activated switch turns ON it will
create a small "clicking" sound. This is the switch
contacts closing and is normal.
Pilot Flame:
While the pilot flame is on it can make a very slight
"whisper" sound.
Gas Control Valve:
As the gas control valve turns ON and OFF, a
dull clicking sound may be audible, this is normal
operation of a gas regulator or valve.
Unit Body/Firebox:
Different types and thicknesses of steel will expand
and contract at different rates resulting in some
"cracking" and "ticking" sounds will be heard
throughout the cycling process.
COPY OF LIGHTING INSTRUCTION PLATE
FOR YOUR SAFETY READ BEFORE LIGHTING
This appliance must be installed in accordance with local codes, if any;
if none, follow the National Fuel Gas Code, ANSI Z223.1/NFPA 54, or
Natural Gas and Propane Installation Codes, CSA B149.1.
WARNING: If you do not follow these instructions exactly, a fire or explosion may result
causing property damage, personal injury or loss of life. Improper installation, adjustment,
alteration, service or maintenance can cause injury or property damage. Refer to the owner’s
information manual provided with this appliance. For assistance or additional information
consult a qualified installer, service agency or gas supplier.
AVERTISSEMENT. Quiconque ne respecte pas à la lettre les instructions dans la présente notice
risquede déclencher un incendie ou une explosion entraînant des dommages, des blessures ou
la mort.
Une installation, d'ajustement, de modification, de service ou d'entretien peut provoquer
des blessures ou des dommages matériels. Reportez-vous au manuel du propriétaire de
l'information fournie avec cet appareil. Pour obtenir de l'aide ou des informations supplémentaires consulter un installateur qualifié, une agence de service ou fournisseur de gaz.
A) This appliance is equipped with an ignition device which automatically lights the pilot.
Do not try to light the pilot by hand.
B) BEFORE OPERATING smell all around the appliance area for gas. Be sure to smell next to the floor
because some gas is heavier than 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 electric switch, do not use any phone in your building.
- Immediately call your gas supplier from a neighbours phone. Follow the gas supplier’s instructions.
- If you cannot reach your gas supplier, call the fire department.
C) Do not use this appliance if any part has been under water. Immediately call a qualified service
technician to inspect the appliance and replace any part of the control system and any
gas control which has been underwater.
A) Cet appareil est muni d’un dispositif d’allumage qui allume automatiquement la veilleuse.
Ne tentez pas d’allumer la veilleuse manuellement.
B) AVANT DE FAIRE FONCTIONNER, reniflez tout autour de l’appareil pour déceler une odeur
de gaz. Reniflez près du plancher, car certains gaz sont pluslourds que l’air et peuvent
s’accumuler au niveau du sol.
QUE FAIRE SI VOUS SENTEZ UNE ODEUR DE GAZ :
• Ne pas tenter d’allumer d’appareil
• Ne touchez à aucun interrupteur; ne pas vous servir des téléphones se trouvant dans le
bâtiment.
• Appelez immédiatement votre fournisseur de gaz depuis un voisin. Suivez les
instructions du fournisseur.
• Si vous ne pouvez rejoindre le fournisseur, appelez le service des incendies
C) N’utilisez pas cet appareil s’il a été plongé dansl’eau, même partiellement. Faites inspecter l’appareil par un technicien qualifié et remplacez toute partie du système de contrôle et toute commande qui ont été plongés dans l’eau.
CAUTION: Hot while in operation. Do not touch. Severe Burns may result. Due to high surface
temperatures keep children, clothing and furniture, gasoline and other liquids having flammable
vapors away. Keep burner and control compartment clean. See installation and operating
instructions accompanying appliance.
LIGHTING INSTRUCTIONS
1) Ensure the wall switch/receiver is in the remote position.
2) Press and release the ON/OFF button on the remote handheld transmitter. An audible beep should be
heard from the receiver.
3) After approximately 4 seconds the spark ignition system will spark for 60 seconds to light the main burner.
4) The unit will turn on.
Note: The first attempt to ignition will last approximately 60 seconds. If there is no flame ignition (rectification) the board will stop sparking for approximately 35 seconds. After this wait time, the board will start a
second try for ignition by sparking for approximately 60 seconds. If there is still no positive ignition after the
second attempt the board will go into lock out.
The system will need to be reset as follows (after going into lock out mode):
a) Wait 5 minutes - turn the system off using ON/OFF switch or press ON/OFF button if using
remote
b) After approximately 2 seconds turn on ON/OFF switch or press ON/OFF button if using remote.
c) Unit will repeat step 2.
1) S’assurer que l’interrupteur mural/récepteur soit en position télécommande.
2) Appuyer sur la touche ON/OFF de la télécommande et relâcher. Un bip sonore se fera entendre depuis le
récepteur
3) Après environ 4 secondes, le système d'allumage des étincelles pendant 60 secondes pour allumer le
brûleur principal.
4) Les flammes s’allumeront.
Remarque : Au premier allumage, le système tente d’allumer les flammes pendant 60 secondes. Si l’essai
est infructueux, le système fait une pause de 35 secondes. C’est ce qu'on appelle l'étape de rectification.
Ce délai écoulé, le système tente à nouveau d'allumer les flammes en produisant des étincelles pendant 60
secondes. Si les flammes ne s’allument toujours pas, le système se met en mode verrouillage.
Il faut alors le réinitialiser en suivant les étapes ci-dessous (pour le déverrouiller) :
a) Attendre 5 minutes et éteindre l’appareil en réglant l’interrupteur à la position « OFF »;
b) Attendre 2 secondes et rallumer le système à l’aide de l’interrupteur ou de la télécommande.
c) L'unité répétera l'étape 2.
TO TURN OFF GAS APPLIANCE
1)
2)
3)
Turn the wall mounted switch or remote to the "OFF" position.
Press "OFF" on the remote control.
Turn the gas control knob to the "OFF" position to turn off the pilot.
1)
2)
3)
Utilisez l'interrupteur murale ON/OFF du Brûleur ou du contrôle à distance pour éteindre le brûleur.
Appuyez sur OFF sur la télécommande.
Mettre le bouton de commande de gaz en position OFF pour éteindre la veilleuse.
DO NOT REMOVE THIS INSTRUCTION PLATE
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INSTRUCTIONS
1) Always turn the gas valve to off before cleaning.
For relighting, refer to lighting instructions. Keep
the burner and control compartment clean
by brushing and vacuuming at least once a
year. When cleaning the logs, use a clean soft
paint brush as the logs are fragile and easily
damaged.
2) Clean (never when unit is hot) appliance, door
and louvers with a damp cloth. Never use an
abrasive cleaner.The gold louvers (and optional
gold door) may be scratched if abrasives are
used to clean them.
The heater is finished in a heat resistant
paint and should only be refinished with heat
resistant paint (not with wall paint). Regency
uses StoveBrite Paint - Metallic Black #6309.
3) Make a periodic check of burner for proper
position and condition.Visually check the flame
of the burner periodically, making sure the
flames are steady; not lifting or floating. If there
is a problem, call a qualified service person.
4) The appliance and venting system must be
inspected before use, and at least annually,
by a qualified field service person, to ensure
that the flow of combustion and ventilation air
is not obstructed.
During the annual service call, the burners
should be removed from the burner tray and
cleaned. Replace the embers but do not block
the pilot.
5) Keep the area near the appliance clear and
free from combustible materials, gasoline and
other flammable vapours and liquids
6) Each time the appliance is lit, it may cause
condensation and fog the glass. This condensation and fog is normal and will disappear in
a few minutes as the glass heats up.
Never operate the appliance without the
glass properly secured in place or with the
door open.
7) 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 nay part of the control system and any
gas control which has been under water.
8) Periodically check the pilot flames. Correct flame
pattern has three strong blue flames: 1 flowing around the thermopile and 1 around the
thermocouple, and 1 flowing across the rear
of the burner (it does not have to be touching
the burner).
.
WARNING: CHILDREN AND ADULTS
SHOULD BE ALERTED TO THE HAZARDS
OF HIGH SURFACE TEMPERATURE 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.
CAUTION: ANY SAFETY SCREEN OR
GUARD REMOVED FOR SERVICING AN
APPLIANCE MUST BE REPLACED PRIOR
TO OPERATING THE APPLIANCE.
CLOTHING OR OTHER FLAMMABLE MATERIAL SHOULD NOT BE PLACED ON OR
NEAR THE APPLIANCE.
DOOR GLASS
Your Regency insert is supplied with high
temperature, Neoceram ceramic glass that will
withstand the highest heat that your unit will produce.
If your glass requires cleaning, we recommend
using an approved glass cleaner available at all
authorized dealers. Do not use abrasive materials.
Do not clean the glass when hot.
In the event that you break your glass by impact,
purchase your replacement from an authorized
Regency dealer only, and follow our step-by-step
instructions for replacement.
Warning: Do not operate
appliance with glass panels
removed, cracked or broken.
Replacement of the glass
should be done by a licensed or
qualified service person.
CAUTION & WARNINGS:
* Do not clean when the glass is hot.
* The use of substitute glass will void all product
warranties.
* Care must be taken to avoid breakage of the
glass.
* Do not strike or abuse the glass.
* Do not operate this fireplace without the glass
front or with a cracked or broken glass front.
* Wear gloves when removing damaged or
broken glass.
* Replacement of the glass panel(s) should be
done by a licensed or qualified service person.
GLASS REPLACEMENT
In the event that you break your glass by impact,
purchase your replacement from an authorized
Regency® dealer only.
Replacement Neoceram glass (#940-371/P) is
shipped with a gasket.
Window Clip (x4)
Door Frame
Glass Gasket Retainer
Window Glass Gasket
Window Glass
Door Components
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PILOT ADJUSTMENT
Periodically check the pilot flames. Correct flame
pattern has two strong blue flames: 1 flowing
around the flame sensor and 1 flowing across
the burner (it does not have to be touching the
burner).
Burner
Flame Sensor
Pilot
Ignitor
Note: If you have an incorrect flame pattern,
contact your Regency® dealer for further
instructions.
Incorrect flame pattern will have small, probably
yellow flames, not coming into proper contact
with the rear burner or flame sensor. GENERAL VENT
MAINTENANCE
Conduct an inspection of the venting system semiannually. Recommended areas to inspect as follows:
1) Check the Venting System for corrosion in areas
that are exposed to the elements. These will
appear as rust spots or streaks, and in extreme
cases, holes. These components should be
replaced immediately.
2) Remove the Termination Cap, and shine a
flashlight down the Vent. Remove any bird nests,
or other foreign material.
3) Check for evidences of excessive condensation,
such as water droplets forming in the inner
liner, and subsequently dripping out the joints,
Continuous condensation can cause corrosion
of caps, pipe, and fittings. It may be caused
by having excessive lateral runs, too many
elbows, and exterior portions of the system
being exposed to cold weather.
4) Inspect joints, to verify that no pipe sections or
fittings have been disturbed, and consequently
loosened. Also check mechanical supports such
as Wall Straps, or plumbers' tape for rigidity.
LOG REPLACEMENT
The unit should never be used with broken logs.Turn
off the gas valve and allow the unit to cool before
opening door to carefully remove the logs. The pilot
light generates enough heat to burn someone. If for
any reason a log should need replacement, you
must use the proper replacement log. The position
of these logs must be as shown in the diagram
under Log Installation.
NOTE: Improper positioning of logs may create
carbon build-up and will alter the unit’s performance
which is not covered under warranty.
GLASS GASKET
If the glass gasket requires replacement use glass
gasket for the Flush Front (Part # 936-112).
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Disconnect unit from gas supply and allow unit to cool before removing
burner.
GLASS BURNER REMOVAL
1) If already installed, removed glass crystals and ceramic spa stones.
2)Remove filler sections from right and left sides of burner. Discard filler section if enamel panels are to be installed - see below.
GLASS BURNER INSTALL
1) Lift the burner assembly with both hands. Point the mixing tube towards
the rear of the firebox. Lean the rear of the burner assembly downward.
Partially lift the burner assembly so that the mixing tube will then slide
into the air shutter.
2) Lower the front edge of the burner assembly so that the burner front
mounting tab rests on the burner mounting bracket left and right, near
the front of the firebox. These tabs will not line up unless the mixing tube
is inside the air shutter at the rear of the firebox.
Filler section
Burner
Mixing Tube
Air Shutter
Burner Screen
Burner Mounting Brackets
3) Remove the 2 screws as shown. Lift the burner with both hands.
Care must be taken when installing the burner into the firebox.
Do not damage, knock or scrap the pilot assembly.
The flame sensor and ignition lead are fragile and can be damaged
easily.
Pilot Cover
Fill Glass / Media
to this level
Burner Screen
Glass / Media
Tray
Burner
4) Pull gently upwards and outwards to the front of the firebox.
5) Continue onto burner installation.
Mixing Tube
Glass / Media Burner
* Side view cut-through *
3) Place the Burner Cover Screen over the Burner Ports. Place the Pilot
Cover over the rear gap between the Burner and the Media Tray. This will
sit around the Pilot Provision.
4) Distribute the glass crystals throughout the Media Tray. The media should
be level with the side of the Media Tray.
** Do not to install glass or other media over or in front of the Pilot
Provision as shown.
Important:
Do not to install glass or
other media in this area, as
this will black the path of the
pilot to the burner.
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LRI4E CERAMIC BURNER REMOVAL / INSTALLATION
INSTALLATION
REMOVAL
1)Remove left/right filler sections - see below.
Discard fillers only if inner panels are being installed.
Care must be taken when installing the burner into the firebox.
Do not damage, knock or scrape the pilot assembly.
The flame sensor and ignition lead are fragile and can be damaged
easily.
*Satin black paint is included if touch ups are required.
Left /right filler sections.
2)Remove burner by removing left and right screws off the burner bracket.
Burner Mounting
Bracket Left
Gas Orfice
Air
Shutter
Mixing Tube Pilot Assembly
Support
Firebox
Front View
3) Lift the Burner slightly while pulling forward to clear the mixing tube.
Important Note: A correctly installed burner - the burner is back far enough,
lower the front edge so that the front flange of the burner
(underneath) sits down into the grooves in the burner mounting brackets Left and Right. There will be a small gap between
the Ceramic Burner and the firebox Bottom Flange. The Burner
should be situated about ¼” (6mm) inside the front edge of the
firebox.
6mm
4) To install - reverse Steps 3-2, see Step 1 for correct installation tips.
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Burner Mounting
Bracket Right
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maintenance FAN MAINTENANCE - WITH GTMF REMOTE CONTROL
Note:To access the side and rear access panels both the gas and venting
will need to be disconnected(see vent/flue installation in this manual)
for proper removal.
There is no access to the blower from the front of this appliance.
3. Remove fan and fan access panel from unit.
Before you begin:
Shut off the gas supply to the unit.
Disconnect all electrical supply to the unit.
Always let the appliance cool to room temperature before servicing.
1. Remove
7 screws and loosen 4 screws along the bottom to remove fan
access panel -see Diagram 1a
Remove 4 screws to remove side access panel - see Diagram 1b
= Remove
= Loosen
Diagram 3
4. Remove fan from back access panel by removing 3 screws from the
outside of fan access panel.
5. To install - reverse steps.
Diagram 1b
Diagram 1a
2. Disconnect the fan wire harness through the rear panel. Disconnect 2 x
1/4" spade connectors to the fan terminals. Disconnect the ground lug to
the fan using the screw provided.
WARNING
Electrical Grounding Instructions
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.
Strain Relief
Power Cord
Fan
Fan Controller
Wire Retainer
Fan Wire Harness
Fan Terminals
Ground Wire
Fan Mounting Bracket
Diagram 2
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VALVE REPLACEMENT
Before you begin:
5) Disconnect the Pilot Supply Line from the Gas Valve
* Shut off the gas supply to the unit.
Disconnect all electrical supply to the unit.
Always let the appliance cool to room temperature before servicing.
Remove unit flue collars.
1) Remove the Left Control Panel Cover.
2) D
isconnect 3 wires (EV1, EV2 and ground) leading to the valve as
shown below.
1
2
6) Disconnect the Gas Supply Line from the On/Off Safety Shut off Valve.
3
3) Disconnect the Pressure Regulator cable.
7) Remove both Screws that secure the Gas Valve Mounting brackets, both
sides.
Pressure
regulator cable
4) Disconnect the Gas Orifice supply line from the outlet of the Gas Valve.
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8) Remove the Gas Valve by lifting upwards and outwards.
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maintenance 11) There is a provision in the Valve body casting that is designed to be
used as a gripping point for assembly with other components. This is
the portion of the valve that can be placed in a machine vice.
9) Secure the Valve Assembly by the 90 Elbow Fitting in a sturdy table vice.
Using a crescent wrench, loosen the valve from the Elbow fitting.
** Do not place the valve in the vice by any other method than what is
shown. Holding the Valve in the vice will damage the Gas Valve and may
cause malfunction. **
12) Place the Gas Valve into the machine vice using the provision as
described above. Do not over tighten the vice. Remove the Flare Fitting
from the gas outlet side of the valve.
10) Remove the 2 screws that hold the Right Side Valve Mounting Bracket
onto the Valve.
13) Remove the 2 screws that secure the left side valve mounting bracket
from the gas valve.
14) Replace the gas valve with the new unit and re-assemble by reversing
disassembly steps 2-13.
15) Reconnect the gas and electrical supply to the unit. Once the unit has
be re-fired, use a soapy water mixture to check all fittings and gas supply lines for gas leaks.
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MAIN ASSEMBLY
Part #
Description
1
399-121
Door Frame
2
936-159
2a
396-112
3
*
Part #
*
Description
904-943
Orifice mount
Window Gasket (sold per ft)
396-032
Air Shutter
Window Gasket Retainer
396-033
Burner Mounting Bracket
940-371/P
Glass / includes gasket
396-116
Orifice Mounting Gasket
396-045
Burner Mounting Bracket Right
*
396-513
Bottom Door Latch Assy
*
396-111
Burner End Right
*
904-946
NG orifice #37
6
399-117
Control Cover
904-947
LP orifice #53
7
911-139
Pilot Assembly NG SIT
*
396-125
Pilot Shield
911-140
Pilot Assembly LP SIT
*
396-046
Burner Mounting Bracket - L
910-100
Pilot Orifice - NG
*
396-113
Pilot Line Cover
910-101
Pilot Orifice - LP
*
904-691
Glass Clip Retainer (ea)
*
396-111
Burner End Right
*
911-013
Proflame Wire Harness w/ IPI/IPI Switch
9
396-010
Exhaust Baffle
*
911-080
Wire harness w/40" extension
*
396-101
Light Cover
*
397-969
LP Conversion Kit
12
396-042F
Slide Tool
*
399-930
Ceramic Log Kit (6 pc)
*
416-535
Flue Connector Plate Assy
*
399-530
Ceramic Burner
15
910-572
Receiver
*
396-901
Brick Panels - Brown
16
911-012
Proflame DFC board
*
396-902
Brick Panels - Red
17
399-125
Control Cover (L)
*
396-903
Brick Panels - Black
*
904-165
Connector 3/8"MPT - 3/8"Flare
*
396-908
Enamel Panels
19
911-030
Fan Control Module
*
396-525
Glass Burner Assembly
20
911-084
Valve NG 885
*
Various
Glass Crystals
911-085
Valve LP 885
*
396-094
Glass Tray
396-574/P
Valve assembly NG
*
396-091
Pilot Cover
396-576/P
Valve assembly LP
*
399-100
Mesh Screen
*
911-111
Flame sense
*
904-790
Magnets (ea)
*
911-110
Flame Electrode
919-380
Manual
*
911-039
Pilot Hood
*
911-071/P
Fan Motor Only
*
911-127
Battery Compartment Door
*
911-149
Fan Thermodisc
*
910-591
Pilot tube w/nuts
*
911-030
Fan Control Module
21
399-523
Flush Front Flue Adaptor Plate
*
910-592
Remote Control (Hand held) GTMF
*
396-023
Control Cover
*
904-943
Gas supply line (outlet to burner orifce)
*
904-944
90° elbow 3/8"MPT-3/8"Flare
*
911-093
10 ft. extension cord
*
911-012
Ignition board SIT IPI
*
911-137
Pilot Hood Holding Clip
*
910-572
SIT Proflame receiver
*
*
911-074
Pilot Assy Ground Wire
*
396-043
Firebox Liner Retainers
*
396-114
Burner End - L
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VIGNETTE FACEPLATE
Part #
Description
399-957
Backing Plate Accent Trim
399-958
Backing Plate Accent Trim - Custom
2
399-956
3
1
LOW PROFILE FACEPLATE
Part #
Description
399-922
3 sided low profile faceplate-Sunset Bronze
399-924
3 sided low profile faceplate - Metallic Black
Spacer Accent - Black
399-982
Oversized faceplate - Sunset Bronze
399-914
Accent trim - Metallic Black (2 piece)
399-984
Oversize faceplate - Metallic Black
399-912
Accent trim - Platinum (2 piece)
399-985
Oversize faceplate - Iron Grey
399-913
Accent trim - Chrome (2 piece)
399-926
4 sided faceplate (custom sizes) - Metallic
Black
4
1
4
3
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For Models: P33 P36 P36D P42 P48 P121 P131 U31 U32 U35 U41 E21 E33
WARRANTY
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warranty Regency Fireplace Products are designed with reliability and simplicity in mind. In addition, our internal Quality Assurance Team carefully inspects each unit
thoroughly before it leaves our facility. FPI Fireplace Products International Ltd. is pleased to extend this limited lifetime warranty to the original purchaser of a
Regency Product. This warranty is not transferable.
The Warranty: Limited Lifetime
The combustion chamber, heat exchanger, burner tubes/pans, logs, brick panels and gold plating (against defective manufacture only) are covered under the Limited Lifetime
Warranty for five (5) years for parts and subsidized labour* and parts only thereafter.
Glass is covered for lifetime against thermal breakage only, parts and subsidized labour* for five (5) years and parts only thereafter from date of purchase.
External casting, surrounds and grills are covered against cracks and warps resulting from manufacturer defects, parts and subsidized labour* for three (3) years from the date
of purchase and parts only thereafter.
Special Finishes - One year on brushed nickel and antique copper full screens and doors. You can expect some changes in color as the product "ages" with constant heating
and cooling. FPI warranties the product for any manufacturing defects on the original product. However, the manufacturers warranty does not cover changing colors and marks,
ie. finger prints, etc applied after the purchase of the product. Damage from the use of abrasive cleaners is not covered by warranty.
Electrical and mechanical components such as blowers, switches, wiring, thermodiscs, FPI remote controls, spill switches, thermopiles, thermocouples, pilot assembly components,
and gas valves are covered for two years parts and one year subsidized labour* from the date of purchase. Blowers and valves replaced under warranty are considered repairs and
continue as if new with appliance. ie. twelve (12) months from original purchase date of appliance with a minimum of three (3) months coverage from date of replacement.
FPI venting components are covered parts and subsidized labour* for three (3) years from date of purchase.
Simpson Dura-Vent venting components (Direct Vent units) are covered by Simpson Dura-Vent Inc. warranty.
Repair/replacement parts purchased by the consumer from FPI after the original coverage has expired on the unit will carry a 90 day warranty, valid with a receipt only. Any
item shown to be defective will be repaired or replaced at our discretion. No labor coverage is included with these parts.
Conditions:
Any part or parts of this unit which in our judgement show evidence of such defects will be repaired or replaced at FPI's option, through an accredited distributor or agent provided
that the defective part be returned to the distributor or agent Transportation Prepaid, if requested.
Porcelain/Enamel - Absolute perfection is neither guaranteed nor commercially possible. Any chips must be reported and inspected by an authorized dealer within three days of
installation. Reported damage after this time will be subject to rejection.
It is the general practice of FPI to charge for larger, higher priced replacement parts and issue credit once the replaced component has been returned to FPI and evaluated
for manufacturer defect.
The authorized selling dealer is responsible for all in-field service work carried out on your Regency product. FPI will not be liable for results or costs of workmanship from
unauthorized service persons or dealers.
At all times FPI reserves the right to inspect product in the field which is claimed to be defective.
All claims must be submitted to FPI by authorized selling dealers. It is essential that all submitted claims provide all of the necessary information including customer name,
purchase date, serial #, type of unit, problem, and part or parts requested, without this information the warranty will be invalid.
Exclusions:
This limited Lifetime Warranty does not extend to or include paint, door or glass gasketing or trim.
At no time will FPI be liable for any consequential damages which exceed the purchase price of the unit. FPI has no obligation to enhance or modify any unit once manufactured.
ie. as products evolve, field modifications or upgrades will not be performed.
FPI will not be liable for travel costs for service work.
Installation and environmental problems are not the responsibility of the manufacturer and therefore are not covered under the terms of this warranty policy.
Embers, rockwool, gaskets, door handles and paint are not covered under the terms of this warranty policy.
Any unit which shows signs of neglect or misuse is not covered under the terms of this warranty policy.
The warranty will not extend to any part which has been tampered with or altered in any way, or in our judgment has been subject to misuse, improper installation, negligence
or accident, spillage or downdrafts caused by environmental or geographical conditions, inadequate ventilation, excessive offsets, negative air pressure caused by mechanical
systems such as furnaces, fans, clothes dryer, etc.
Freight damage to stoves and replacement parts is not covered by warranty and is subject to a claim against the freight carrier by the dealer.
FPI will not be liable for acts of God, or acts of terrorism, which cause malfunction of the appliance.
Performance problems due to operator error will not be covered by this warranty policy.
Products made or provided by other manufacturers and used in conjunction with the operation of this appliance without prior authorization from FPI, may nullify your warranty
on this product.
Any alteration to the unit which causes sooting or carboning that results in damage to the interior / exterior facia is not the responsibility of FPI.
* Subsidy according to job scale as predetermined by FPI.
Revised: 01-04-07
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