LG ELITE CVF User's Manual

INSTALLATION AND OPERATION MANUAL
TM
Catalytic Vent-Free
Wall-Mounted Gas Fireplace
Models: Elite CVF - NG and Elite CVF - LP
P/N 850,056M Rev. NC, 07/2008
Installer: Leave This Manual With The Appliance.
Consumer: Retain This Manual For Future Reference.
In the Commonwealth of Massachusetts:
• Installation must be performed by a licensed plumber or gas fitter
• See Table of Contents for location of additional Commonwealth of
Massachusetts requirements
Portland
US
Report No. 317-F-09-5
Elite™ CVF
WARNINGS
•Hot! Do not touch! This appliance will be hot during operation and will retain heat for a while after
shutting off the appliance. Severe burns may result.
• Carefully supervise children in the same room as appliance.
•Due to high temperatures, the appliance should be located out of traffic and away from furniture or
draperies.
• Do not place clothing or other materials on or near this appliance.
•Improper installation, adjustment, alteration, service or maintenance can cause injury or property damage. Refer to
this manual. For assistance or additional information consult a qualified installer, service agency or the gas supplier.
•Do not build a wood fire. Do not burn wood or other material in these appliances.
•This is an unvented gas log appliance. It uses air (oxygen) from the room in which it is installed. Provisions for adequate
combustion and ventilation air must be provided. Refer to Combustion and Ventilation Air Section in this manual.
• This appliance may be installed in an aftermarket, permanently located, manufactured (mobile) home, where
not prohibited by local codes.
• The appliance is only for use with the type of gas indicated on the rating plate. This appliance is not convertible
for use with other gases.
• Lennox™ vent-free appliances are designed for use as a supplemental heater. They are not intended for continuous use as a primary heat source.
WARNING: If the information in this manual is not followed exactly, a fire or explosion may result causing property
damage, personal injury or loss of life.
Do not store or use gasoline or other flammable vapors or liquids in the vicinity of this or any other appliance.
WHAT TO DO IF YOU SMELL GAS
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Do not light any appliance.
Do not touch any electrical switches; do not use any phone in your building.
Immediately call your gas supplier from a neighbor’s phone. Follow your gas supplier's instructions.
If your gas supplier cannot be reached, call the fire department.
Installation and service must be performed by a qualified installer, service agency or the gas supplier.
1.0 IMPORTANT SAFETY AND WARNING
INFORMATION
WARNINGS
If the information in this manual is not followed exactly, a fire or explosion may result
causing property damage, personal injury
or loss of life.
IMPORTANT
Read and understand these instructions completely
before installing or operating your unvented room
heater.
WARNING
Failure to keep the primary air opening(s) of the
burner(s) clean may result in sooting and property
damage.
WARNING
Failure to comply with the installation and operation
instructions provided in this document will result in
an improperly installed and operating appliance,
voiding its warranty. Any change to this appliance
and/or its operating controls is dangerous. Improper
installation or use of this appliance can cause serious
injury or death from fire, burns, explosion or carbon
monoxide poisoning.
WARNING
Do not allow fans to blow directly into the fireplace.
Avoid any drafts that alter burner flame patterns.
WARNING
Check gas type: The gas supply must be the same
as stated on the appliance’s rating plate. If the gas
supply is different DO NOT install the appliance.
Contact your dealer for the correct model.
WARNING
Do not use a blower insert, heat exchanger insert
or other accessory not approved for use with this
heater.
WARNING
Due to the nature of this product the area around the
top of the appliance (i.e. the grill) gets very hot. Care
should be taken when operating the appliance.
• Children and adults should be alerted to the hazard 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 with the heater.
• Do not place clothing or other flammable material on or near
the heater.
• Any safety screen or guard removed for servicing the heater
must be replaced prior to operating the heater.
• Installation and repair should be done by a qualified service
person. The heater 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 important that control
compartments, burners and circulating air passageways of
the heater be kept clean.
• Allow the heater to cool before servicing. Always shut off the
gas to the heater while performing service work.
• The installation must conform with local codes or, in the
absence of local codes with the National Fuel Gas Code,
ANSI Z223.1/NFPA 54-latest edition.
• The heater and its individual shut-off valve must be disconnected from the gas supply piping system while performing
any tests of the gas supply piping system at pressures in
excess of 1/2 psig.
• The heater 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.
• Keep heater area clear and free from combustible materials,
gasoline and other flammable vapors and liquids.
• Do not use this heater if any part has been under water.
Immediately call a qualified service technician to inspect the
room heater and to replace any part of the control system
and any gas control which has been under water.
• Input ratings are shown in BTU per hour and are for elevations
up to 4,500 feet. Do not install this heater at an elevation
above 4,500 feet if the gas supply has not been derated for
that elevation. Consult your local gas supplier. (For operation
at elevations above 4,500 feet, equipment ratings shall be
reduced at the rate of 4 percent for each 1,000 feet above
4,500 feet before selecting appropriately sized equipment).
When installing any vent-free appliance at elevations above
4500 feet, nuisance pilot outages may occur.
• Ensure that the heater is clean when operating. Excessive
dust accumulation on the burner will increase the amount
of carbon monoxide formation and could lead to carbon
monoxide poisoning and/or death.
• This appliance is intended for supplemental heating. If the
appliance is used in a room as the sole source of heat, then
condensation may occur on colder surfaces within the room.
• Carbon monoxide poisoning – early signs of carbon monoxide poisoning resemble the flu with headaches, dizziness,
or nausea. If you have these signs, get fresh air at once!
Turn off the gas supply to the appliance and have the heater
inspected by a qualified service technician. Some people
are more affected by carbon monoxide than others. These
include pregnant women, people with heart or lung disease
or anemia, those under the influence of alcohol, and those
at high altitudes.
• Maintain minimum clearances.
• Do not install the appliance in a sleeping room or bathroom.
• Do not place any objects on top of the appliance.
CONGRATULATIONS ON THE PURCHASE OF YOUR NEW
GAS APPLIANCE MANUFACTURED BY LENNOX HEARTH
PRODUCTS.
When you purchased your new gas fireplace, you joined the ranks of
thousands of individuals whose answer to their home heating needs
reflects their concern for efficiency and our environment. We extend
our continued support to help you achieve the maximum benefit and
enjoyment available from your new gas fireplace. It is our goal at Lennox
Hearth Products to provide you, our valued customer, with an appliance
that will ensure years of trouble-free warmth and pleasure.
Thank you for selecting a Lennox Hearth Products gas fireplace as the
answer to your supplemental home heating needs.
Sincerely, All of us at Lennox Hearth Products
These heaters are fitted with a specially designed pilot utilizing an
oxygen depletion sensor (ODS) which responds to the amount of
oxygen available in the room and shuts the heater off before the
oxygen level drops below 18%. It must not be adjusted or put out
of operation. If replaced then manufacturers original parts must be
used. The pilot can be relit only when fresh air is available. Refer to
the Combustion and Ventilation Air section.
The appliance is designed to fit various types of situations as listed
in the Installation Requirements.
This appliance is factory set for operation on the gas type, and at the
pressure stated on the appliance rating plate.
Read all these instructions before commencing installation. All instructions must be left in the possession of the user for safekeeping.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Section Contents
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Safety And Warning Information . . . . . . . . . . . . .
General Information. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Packaging List. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Appliance Specifications. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Unpacking the Appliance. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Burn-in Period. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Codes, Massachusetts & New York. . . . . . . . . . . Combustion And Ventilation Air. . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Site Requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Preparing The Appliance. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mounting The Appliance. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Checking The Burner . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Connecting A Gas Line . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Checking The Gas Connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Gas Pressure Check. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Spark Gap. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Fitting The Glass Facia. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Briefing The Customer. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Servicing. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Servicing The Burner . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Pilot Assembly. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Catalysts. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Testing For Firebox Leakage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Cleaning. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Lighting Instructions & Turning Off Appliance. . . Troubleshooting Guide. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Replacement Parts List. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Positioning Of Field Assembled Parts. . . . . . . . . Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Product Reference Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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3.0 PACKAGING LIST
Quantity
1
1
1
4
1
1
1
Description
Firebox and Burner Assembly
Installation and Operation Instructions
Decorative Glass Facia
Decorative Spring-Loaded Corner Posts
Screw and Wall Plug Pack
Rubber Grommet
Fitting Template
4.0 APPLIANCE SPECIFICATIONS
Gas Type
Gas Inlet Pressure
Regulator Pressure Setting
10.5” w.c.
6” w.c.
13” w.c.
11” w.c.
5” w.c.
10” w.c.
6,825 BTU/hour
5,800 BTU/hour
Minimum Energy Input
3,412 BTU/hour
3,412 BTU/hour
560 BTU/hour
560 BTU/hour
3.5” w. c.
0.8” w.c.
7” w.c.
2.6” w.c.
1.30mm (0.051”)
0.80mm (0.031”)
SIT/Bray 9082
SIT/Bray 9284
3/8” NPT
3/8” NPT
Pilot Energy Input
Burner Pressure
(manifold)
High
Low
Main burner flow restrictor
(burner orifice)
Gas Inlet Connection
This appliance is a high efficiency, unvented, flame effect gas heater.
It provides radiant and convected warmth both efficiently and safely
utilizing the latest type catalytic convertor burner technology. The
appliance does not require a flue system of any type as the catalytic
converter cleans the flue products to provide a complete combustion
system, which is intrinsically safe.
Propane/LPG
Max Energy Input
Oxypilot
2.0 GENERAL INFORMATION
Max.
Min.
Natural Gas
Ignition
Piezo spark
Piezo spark
Spark Gap
1/8” - 3/16”
1/8” - 3/16”
Please see Data Plate affixed to appliance for current data. This appliance is for use
only with the gas type, and at the pressure stated on the appliance Data Plate.
Table 1
5.0 UNPACKING THE APPLIANCE
Remove the outer packaging, remove any instructions or fixing kits.
Read ALL these instructions before continuing to unpack or install this
appliance.
Remove the remaining components from the packaging.
Check that the components supplied with the packaging list on Page
3. Please dispose of all the packaging materials at your local recycling
center.
Massachusetts Requirements
These fireplaces are approved for installation in the US state of Massachusetts if the following additional requirements are met:
• Unvented Room Heaters shall be installed in accordance with 527
CMR 30.00 and 248 CMR 3.00 through 7.00:
• Installation and repair must be done by a plumber or gas fitter licensed
in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts
• The flexible gas line connector used shall not exceed 36 inches (92
centimeters) in length.
• The individual manual shut-off must be a T-handle type valve.
6.0 BURN-IN PERIOD
On initial light up of a new appliance, the ‘newness’ will burn off within
the first few hours of operation. During this period some smoke may be
emitted from outlet grill, this should be no cause for concern. Accordingly, the room should be well ventilated with all windows and doors
open during this period.
Depending on your use, the burn-in period may take a few hours or a few
days. Also if you have a sensitive sense of smell you may notice slight
odors during operating after the burn-in period is over.
KEEP YOUR HOUSE WELL VENTILATED DURING THE BURN-IN PERIOD.
THE ODOR AND HAZE EMITTED DURING THE BURN-IN PERIOD CAN BE
QUITE NOTICEABLE AND MAY SET OFF A SMOKE DETECTOR. MAKE
SURE SMOKE DETECTORS ARE NOT TOO CLOSE TO THE FIREBOX
(CHECK WITH YOUR LOCAL CODE FOR ALLOWABLE DISTANCES).
7.0 CODES
Adhere to all local codes or in their absence the latest edition of The
National Fuel Gas Code ANSI Z223.1 or NFPA 54 which can be obtained
from The American National Standards Institute, Inc. (1430 Broadway,
New York, NY, 10018) or National Fire Protection Association, Inc. (Batterymarch Park, Quincy, MA, 02269).
Seller of unvented propane or natural gas fired supplemental room
heaters shall provide to each purchaser a copy of 527 CMR 30 upon
sale of the unit.
This Lennox Hearth Products Unvented Gas Room Heater is certified by
OMNI-Test Laboratories, Inc to ANSI Z21.11.2 standard.
• Vent-Free appliances may NOT be installed in bedrooms or bathrooms.
• A working smoke detector must be installed in the area where ventfree appliances are installed.
Seller of unvented propane or natural gas-fired supplemental room
heaters shall provide to each purchaser a copy of 527 CMR 30 upon
sale of the unit.
New York:
These fireplaces are approved for installation in the US state of New York,
but not in New York City.
8.0 COMBUSTION AND VENTILATION AIR
This heater shall not be installed in a confined space or unusually tight
construction unless provisions are provided for adequate combustion and
ventilation air. The heater may be located in unusually tight construction
provided the space is unconfined, or if confined, is provided with two
permanent openings communicating directly with an additional room(s)
of sufficient volume so that the combined volume of all connected spaces
meets the criteria for an unconfined space, (National Fuel Gas Code
NFPA 54 / ANSI Z223.1 - latest edition, Section on Air for Combustion
and Ventilation. Generally 50 ft3 per 1,000 BTU input of all operating
appliances in the space.
The National Fuel Gas Code, ANSI Z223.1/NFPA 54, defines a confined
space as a space whose volume is less than 50 ft3 per 1,000 BTU/Hr
(4.8 m3 per kW) of the aggregate input rating of all appliances installed
in that space and an unconfined space as a space whose volume is not
less than 50 ft3 per 1,000 BTU/Hr (4.8 m3 per kW) of the aggregate input
rating of all appliances installed in that space.
Rooms communicating directly with the space in which the appliances
are installed, through openings not furnished with doors, are considered
a part of the unconfined space.
Unusually tight construction is defined as construction where:
a. Wall and ceilings exposed to the outside atmosphere have a continuous water vapor retarder with a rating of one perm (6 X 10-11 kg per
pa-sec-m2) or less with openings gasketed or sealed;
b. Weather stripping has been added on operable windows and doors;
and
c. Caulking or sealants are applied to areas such as joints around window
and door frames, between sole plates and floors, between wall ceiling
joints, between wall panels, at penetrations for plumbing, electrical,
and gas lines, and at other openings.
Example:
Vent-free heater #1
Vent-free heater #2
Gas appliance #1
(water heater)
Total =
9,000 BTU/Hr
23,000 BTU/Hr
35,000 BTU/Hr
67,000 BTU/Hr
* Do not include direct-vent gas appliances. Direct-vent is sealed combustion and draws combustion air from the outdoors.
4. Compare the maximum BTU/Hr the space can support with the actual
amount of BTU/Hr used.
_______ BTU/Hr (max. the space can support)
_______ BTU/Hr (actual amount of BTU/Hr used)
Example:
61,440 BTU/Hr (max. the space can support)
67,000
BTU/Hr (actual amount of BTU/Hr used)
The space in the previous example is a confined space because the
actual BTU/Hr used is more than the maximum BTU/Hr the space can
support. You must provide additional fresh air.
Your options are:
a.Rework equations adding the space of adjoining room(s). If the extra
volume provides an unconfined space, then remove door or add
ventilation grills between rooms. Refer to National Fuel Gas Code,
ANSI Z223.1/NFPA 54-latest edition, Section "Air for Combustion and
Ventilation".
b. Vent room directly to the outdoors. Refer to National Fuel Gas Code,
ANSI Z223.1/NFPA 54-latest edition, Section "Air for Combustion and
Ventilation".
c. Install a lower BTU/Hr heater to make the area an unconfined space.
If the actual BTU/Hr used is less than the maximum BTU/Hr the space
can support, then the space is an unconfined space. You will need no
additional fresh air ventilation for an unconfined space.
Use the following equations to determine if you have a confined or
unconfined space.
1.Determine the volume of space — ft3.
Length x Width x Height = _____ ft3
(Include adjoining rooms with doorless passageways or ventilation
grills between rooms).
Example: 24' (L) x 16' (W) x 8' (H) = 3072 ft3
2.Divide the volume of space by 50 ft3 to determine the maximum BTU/Hr
the space can support.
WARNING
If the area in which the heater may be operated is
smaller than that defined as an unconfined space
or if the building is of unusually tight construction, provide adequate combustion and ventilation
air by one of the methods described in the national
fuel gas code, ANSI Z223.1/NFPA 54, Air for Combustion and Ventilation Or applicable local codes.
______ (volume of space – ft3)/ 50 ft3 =
(Maximum BTU/Hr the space can support)
Example: 3072 ft3 / 50 ft3 = 61.44
or 61,440 BTU/Hr the space can support.
3.Add the BTU/Hr of all the fuel burning appliances in the space.
Vent-Free heater Gas appliance #1* Gas appliance #2 + Gas appliance #3 + Total =
_______ BTU/Hr
_______ BTU/Hr
_______ BTU/Hr
_______ BTU/Hr
_______ BTU/Hr
CLEARANCES TO COMBUSTIBLE MATERIALS
9.0 SITE REQUIREMENTS
This appliance is designed to be wall-hung. Do not recess any part of
the appliance into the wall.
This appliance may be installed in any room in a home except bedrooms
or bathrooms - or areas where large amounts of steam are likely to be
generated.
It should be noted that heaters create warm air currents. These currents
move heat to wall surfaces next to the heater. Installing the heater next
to vinyl or cloth wall coverings or operating the heater where impurities
in the air (such as tobacco smoke or candle smoke) exist, may discolor
walls.
Installation in living rooms is common, however other rooms such as
kitchens, dining rooms and hallways are permitted, providing a suitable
natural gas supply or propane gas supply is available, and rooms sizing
and ventilation requirements are strictly adhered to (see section 8.0).
The appliance is designed to be versatile, and as such will operate correctly
when exposed to normal gentle drafts experienced within the home. It
is not recommended, however that the appliance be installed in areas
where it is likely to be exposed to persistent strong drafts, that may be
generated by outside doors or windows, air vents etc. It is recommended
that the appliance should not be installed within 20” of any air vent.
CAUTION
The back of the appliance may be installed directly
onto a combustible wall or non-combustible wall,
providing the area behind the appliance is flat and
does not interfere with the various vent holes in the
back panel of the appliance.
CLEARANCES TO NON-COMBUSTIBLES
Non-combustible surfaces are defined as brick, metal, marble, concrete
etc. and also a number of man-made materials impervious to flame. If in
doubt refer to the material manufacturer for further information before
proceeding with installation.
Clearances to the sides of the appliance are 4”. Clearance to the front
of the appliance is 20”.
The appliance may be installed with or without a non-combustible hearth.
If a hearth is fitted, the size and design may be as desired.
A non-combustible shelf of any depth may be positioned above the
appliance provided it is no closer than 16” from the top of the appliance
glass panel and the wall above the appliance is non-combustible.
Combustible materials are defined as wood, fabrics, or other materials
likely to combust if exposed to flame. Generally, any material, which is
likely to discolor, melt or misshape when exposed to moderate heat,
should be considered as a combustible material or surface.
Clearance to the sides of the appliance are 4” but curtains, drapes and
other fabrics are not permitted within a distance of 20” of the appliance
sides. No such materials are permitted directly above the appliance
regardless of distance.
The minimum clearance to the ceiling above the appliance is 32” measured from the top of the appliance glass panel.
Combustible materials should not be positioned directly in front of the
appliance within a distance of 40”.
Under no circumstances should any electrical equipment e.g. plasma
screen TV sets etc. be positioned on the wall above the appliance. The
appliance is designed to be wall mounted alone and not in conjunction
with any type of combustible fire surround.
No combustible shelves should be positioned on the wall above the
appliance.
It should be established that any mirrors or picture frames etc. to
be positioned on the wall above the appliance are able to withstand
prolonged exposure to moderate heat and moisture before proceeding
with their installation.
The wall must be structurally sound and constructed from a material
capable of withstanding moderate heat. Finished plaster, conventional
wall paper and dry-lined plasterboard are examples of suitable materials. Materials such as flock, blown vinyl and embossed paper which are
sensitive to even small amounts of heat should be avoided as scorching
and or discoloration may occur over time.
If the appliance is to be mounted on a dry-lined wall or a timber framed
construction wall then the integrity and ability of the wall to carry the
weight of the appliance must be confirmed. It is important in these
circumstances that any vapor control barrier is not damaged, and that
any structural members of the house frame are not damaged.
The appliance may be positioned as close to a solid floor (i.e. stone,
wooden laminate etc.) as the particular design of fire frame permits,
however it is not permitted to install the appliance within 4” of carpet,
rugs or fabric materials of any kind. This dimension is measured vertically to the bottom of the appliance frame.
10.0 PREPARING THE APPLIANCE
IMPORTANT NOTE: All gas piping must be done by a licensed plumber
or gas fitter and must conform to the requirements of the National Fuel
Gas Code NFPA 54 / ANSI Z223.1 - latest edition
Gas connection: The heater gas inlet connection is 3/8” NPT at the
regulator, located below the burner, in the center of the heater.
There are four possible entry points for the gas supply pipe-work to
enter the appliance firebox. These entry points are ‘knock out’ type holes
(shown in Figure 1).
To ensure customer safety, be sure to design the installation so that the
strength of both the wall and any wall fixings used are sufficient. Lennox
Hearth Products assumes no responsibility for injuries and damages that
may occur due to improper installation or handling.
The appliance should not be installed until all dry wall sanding and wall
painting has been completed.
Incorrect installation can cause the appliance to fall from the wall and
cause injury. Do not block the ventilation holes of the appliance. The
wall onto which the appliance is installed must be flat.
Install only on a vertical surface. Avoid sloped surfaces. Installation
onto anything other than a vertical wall may result in fire, damage
or injury.
A full size fitting
template is supplied to assist with wall-mounting.
24/07/08 DO 005860/0 Iss-B Lennox P23 Elite CVF fitting template
Artwork Size: W605 x H960
FocalPointFires Single
POSITION SPIRIT LEVEL ALONG THIS EDGE TO LEVEL TEMPLATE BEFORE MARKING OUT WALL
COLOQUE EL NIVEL SOBRE ESTE BORDE PARA NIVELAR LA PLANTILLA ANTES DE MARCAR LA PARED
9-3/16” (234mm)
FIXING POINTS
PIERCE TEMPLATE TO MARK
HOLE POSITION ON WALL X 4
PUNTOS DE SUJECION
WARNING
CLEARANCES FROM COMBUSTIBLE MATERIALS
The following clearances must be maintained at all times.
Failure to do so may result in the risk of a fire.
For full information refer to the instruction manual
provided with the heater.
Clearance to combustible ceiling
32” measured from top of appliance
glass panel
Clearance in
front of
heater 20”
Clearance to
combustible
sidewalls 4”
(both sides)
IMPORTANT
THIS APPLIANCE IS TO BE WALL HUNG ONLY.
DO NOT RECESS OR INSET ANY PART OF THE APPLIANCE.
THIS TEMPLATE IS FOR THE MARKING OF FIXING POINTS ONLY.
DO NOT INSTALL THE APPLIANCE WITH THIS TEMPLATE IN PLACE.
IMPORTANTE
ESTE APARATO UNICAMENTE DEBE SER COLGADO EN UNA PARED.
NO EMPOTRE NINGUN ELEMENTO DE ESTE APARATO.
ESTA PLANTILLA SIRVE UNICAMENTE PARA MARCAR LOS PUNTOS DE FIJACION.
RETIRE LA PLANTILLA ANTES DE COLOCAR LE APARATO.
Note : Zero clearance from bottom of heater frame
required for hard combustible floors. Minimum 4”
clearance required to rugs or any fabric floor
coverings. REFER TO INSTRUCTION MANUAL
IMPORTANT : Fabrics, curtains and drapes are not
permited above the heater at any distance and within
20” of the heater sides. No combustible shelves of any
size are permitted above the heater.
F860041/A
ADVERTENCIA
11.0 MOUNTING THE APPLIANCE
After having selected the final mounting position of the appliance, tak­ing
into account the site requirements as specified in section 9.0 of these
instructions, the integrity of the wall, and the feasibility of the proposed
supply pipe routing, the appliance firebox may be secured to the wall.
WARNING
The wall where the appliance is to be installed must
be capable of long-term support of the total load of
the appliance. Measures should also be taken to
ensure sufficient strength to withstand the force of
earthquakes, vibration and other external forces.
NOTE: DIAGRAMS & ILLUSTRATIONS ARE NOT TO SCALE
ESPACIO LIBRE HASTA MATERIALES COMBUSTIBLES
Deben mantenerse en todo momento los siguientes espacios
libres. El no hacerlo puede causar un riesgo de incendio.
Consulte el manual de instrucciones suministrado con este
aparato para obtener información completa.
El espacio de 32” hasta un techo
combustible se mide desde el borde
superior del panel de vidrio del aparato
Espacio libre
delante del
calentador 20”
FIXING POINTS
PUNTOS DE SUJECION
Espacio hasta
paredeslaterales
combustibles
4” (ambos lados)
Nota: No se requiere espacio libre desde el borde inferior del
marco del calentador en caso de pisos combustibles duros.
Se requiere un espacio mínimo de 4” entre el calentador y
cualquier alfombra, moqueta o revestimiento de suelo de
tela. CONSULTE EL MANUAL DE INSTRUCCIONES.
IMPORTANTE: No se permite la colocación de telas, cortinas y
similares por encima del calentador a cualquier distancia, ni a
una distancia de 20” de los laterales del calentador. No se
permiten estantes combustibles de cualquier tamaño por
encima del calentador.
F860041/A
Figure 2
1-1/8”
(28mm)
For concealed supply pipe routing, pipes must (where possible) be ver­tical
and providing there is sufficient wall thick­ness available, they should be
placed in pipe chases. Horizontal pipe runs should be avoided. Prior to
chasing a solid wall, an inspection should be made to note the proximity
of any cables/sockets outlets which may already be buried. Pipes must
be secured using suitable clips and protected against corrosion. Ideally
factory finished protected pipe-work and fittings should be used. Joints
should be kept to a minimum and compression fittings must not be used.
The pipe-work installation must be tested for soundness before any
protection is applied and/or the pipe-work and fittings are buried.
CONTORNO DE LA APARATO
WALL MOUNTED VENT FREE FITTING TEMPLATE
PLANTILLA PARA LA INSTALACION DE CHIMENEAS
DE PARED SIN SALIDA DE HUMOS
CENTRE LINE
LINEA DE
CENTRO
If a concealed gas con­nection is to be made, the supply pipe should
always be sleeved through walls and floors using the shortest possi­ble
route.
20-1/4” (515mm)
Non-concealed gas connections may be made using the entry points
on the sides or base of the firebox. A concealed gas connection may be
made using the knock out hole in the center back of the firebox. Select
the most appropriate entry point and knock out the rel­evant hole.
Elite™ CVF
APPLIANCE OUTLINE
Figure 1 - Gas Supply Entry Points
FIREBOX OUTLINE
CONTORNO DE LA CAMARA DE COMBUSTION
PERFORE LA PLANTILLA PARA MARCAR
LA POSICION DE LOS 4 TALADROS EN LA PARED
CONCEALED GAS INLET
ENTRADA DE GAS OCULTA
DO 005860/0 - ISSUE A
Ref. Paul West - Focal Point Fires
Mark the positions shown as “Fixing Points” on the wall. If the appliance
is to be mounted on the inner leaf of a con­ventional cavity wall, or a solid
wall, drill four holes using a 5/16" masonry bit, to a depth of 1-11/16".
Insert the wall plugs provided. Note: Special "screw fixings" are not
required if installed directly into vertical studs. We recommend that
this appliance should be secured to a stud on at least one side while
the other side can be secured to the wall with the "screw fixings".
If the appliance is to be mounted on a dry lined wall or a timber framed
construction wall then special cavity screw fixings will be required which
are not supplied with this product. These should be constructed from
metal and not plastic.
If a concealed gas connection is to be made ensure the gas supply pipe
is in it’s final position and can enter the appliance in the correct position
when the appliance is hung on the wall.
Insert the wall-mounting screws into the top wall plugs, taking care to
leave the screws protruding approximately 3/8” from the wall. Now hang
the appliance onto these screws through the two keyhole shaped holes
in the back panel of the appliance.
11.0 MOUNTING THE APPLIANCE - continued
13.0 CONNECTING A GAS LINE
Before tightening the wall-mounting screws fully, at this stage
it is recommended to check the horizontal alignment of the
appliance with a spirit level, as small adjust­ments can still be
made if necessary. When this has been checked, tighten all four
fixing screws fully.
To access the upper fixing screws insert a screwdriver either
through the round holes in the front of the outlet Grill (as shown
in Figure 3), or alternatively for easier access the outlet Grill
may be removed and the fixing screws accessed more directly
through the holes in the deflector baffle as shown in Figure 4.
WARNING
Connecting directly to a unregulated propane tank
may cause an explosion.
IMPORTANT
Hold heater regulator with a wrench to prevent movement when connecting to inlet piping.
A qualified gas appliance installer must connect the gas room
heater to the gas supply. Consult all local codes. Route gas
line using techniques and materials prescribed by local and/or
national codes. Only use pipe of 1/2" or greater diameter to allow
full gas volume to the gas fireplace. Undue pressure loss will
occur if the pipe is too small.
An external regulator must be used on all propane (L.P.G.)
heaters, in addition to the regulator fitted to the heater, to reduce
the supply tank pressure to 13" w.c. (maximum).
Figure 3
Regulator
Manual
Shut-Off
Valve
Union
Fireplace or
Firebox Wall
Wall
Shut-Off
Key
Fireplace or
Firebox Wall
Figure 4
3"
12.0 CHECKING THE BURNER
Down
Figure 5
There are no imitation fuel bed components, such as logs or
rocks, to install. The appliance features a ribbon burner which is
designed to produce a continuous band of flame over its length.
The burner should be visually inspected to ensure it is free from
any foreign matter. If it is necessary to clean or dust off the
burner then the glass door should be removed by removal of
the four retaining screws. Re-fit the glass door after cleaning or
inspection, ensuring a good seal.
Sediment
Trap
An ANSI approved manual shut-off valve and union must be
installed upstream of the heater within the fireplace cavity
when rigid pipe is used. Ensure that a sediment trap is installed
upstream of the heater (Figure 5) within the structure’s piping
system to prevent moisture and contaminants from passing
through the pipe to the heater controls and burner. Failure to do
so could prevent the heater from operating reliably. The heater
gas inlet connection is 3/8” NPT at the regulator, located below
the burner, in the center of the heater. When tightening up the
joint to the regulator hold the regulator securely with a wrench
to prevent the regulator from moving.
NOTE: DIAGRAMS & ILLUSTRATIONS ARE NOT TO SCALE
The pressure test points are located as shown in Figure 8. An alternative
burner (manifold test) point is located below the left hand side of the
burner as shown in Figure 9.
14.0 CHECKING THE GAS CONNECTIONS
WARNING
Never use an open flame to check for leaks.
Turn on gas supply and test for gas leaks using a gas leak test
solution (also referred to as bubble leak solution).
NOTE: using a soapy water solution (50% dish soap, 50% water)
is an effective leak test solution, but it is not recommended,
because the soap residue that is left on the pipes/fittings can
result in corrosion over time.
A.Light the appliance (refer to the lighting instructions label in
the con­trol compartment or on Page 13).
B.Brush all joints and connections with the gas leak test
solution to check for leaks. If bubbles are formed, or gas
odor is detected, turn the gas control knob (off/pilot/on)
to the “OFF” position. Either tighten or refasten the leaking
connection, then retest as described above.
C.When the gas lines are tested and leak free, be sure to rinse
off the leak testing solution.
D.Observe the individual tongues of flame on the burner. Make
sure all ports are open and producing flame evenly across the
burner. If any ports are blocked, or partially blocked, clean out
the ports.
The pressure regulator on manual models is preset and locked to avoid
tampering. If the pressure is not as specified in Table 1 on Page 3,
replace the regulator with P/N H6063 for Natural Gas units and H7001
for Propane Gas units.
Replace the test point screws after pressure measurement ensuring no
gas leaks. All instructions must be left in the possession of the user
for safekeeping.
Gas Valve
Cover Plate
Figure 7 - Valve Cover Retaining Screws
15.0 GAS PRESSURE CHECK
The heater regulator controls the burner pressure which should
be checked at the pressure test points located on the control
valve itself (shown in Figure 8) for burner (manifold) and
regulator setting pressure.
Regulator
Pressure
Setting
Burner
(Manifold)
Pressure
The pressure test points are located on the gas valve. To access
the valve and the test points, firstly remove the control knob
spindle from the valve spindle by removing the retaining clip
shown in Figure 6.
Withdraw the control knob and spindle from the heater and next,
remove the gas valve cover plate by first removing the three
retaining screws indicated in Figure 7.
Figure 8
Retaining clip
Alternative
Burner
Manifold
Test Point
Figure 6
Figure 9
NOTE: DIAGRAMS & ILLUSTRATIONS ARE NOT TO SCALE
16.0 SPARK GAP
Front Clamping Disc
The gap between the spark electrode and the pilot should be 1/8” to
3/16” to produce a good spark. There should be no need to adjust this
(DO NOT ATTEMPT TO ADJUST THE GAP). If under any circumstances
the piezo electric spark fails, the pilot cannot be lit manually.
Adjustment to the
pilot is Not allowed
Compress The
Assembly
1/8" to 3/16" Spark Gap
Figure 12
18.0 BRIEFING THE CUSTOMER
WARNING
Do not add logs or ornaments such as pine cones,
vermiculite or rock wool. Using these added items
can cause sooting.
Figure 10
17.0 FITTING THE DECORATIVE GLASS FACIA
Remove the glass facia panel from any protective packaging. The glass
facia panel is supported by four M6 screws which protrude from the
front of the outer casing.
Ensure each screw is unscrewed approximately one turn from the fully
screwed in position in order to create a 2 mm gap.
Hang the facia panel onto the outer casing ensuring that the corresponding keyhole shaped holes engage the screw-heads fully.
To fit the decorative spring-loaded corner posts, ensure the main glass
facia is mounted in position. Remove any transit tape and unscrew the
front clamping disc and remove.
Compress the decorative spring-loaded corner posts and position
behind the glass panel, lining up with the appropriate hole. Release the
assembly when in position and secure in place by refitting the front
clamping disc.
All instructions must be left in the possession of the user for safekeeping. If at all possible, show the customer how to light and control the
appliance and how to remove and replace the decorative frame.
After commissioning the appliance, the customer should be instructed
on the safe use of the appliance and the need for regular servicing.
Frequency of service depends on usage, but MUST be carried out at least
once annually. Advise that cleaning of the appliance may be achieved
when the appliance is cold using a damp cloth and mild detergent on
most surfaces.
Advise that the appliance will emit a "newness" smell for a time after
initial commissioning and that extra ventilation may be needed during
this time.
Advise to user to never place any objects on top of the appliance or
obstruction this area in any way.
A periodic visual check of the pilot flame and the burner flame should
be carried out.
19.0 SERVICING
WARNING
Turn off the appliance and allow to cool before cleaning.
Verify proper operation after servicing.
Turn off the fireplace at the gas supply. Ensure that the fireplace is fully
cold before attempting service. A suggested procedure for servicing
is detailed as follows;
Figure 11
10
1. Lay out the dust sheet and tools.
2. Remove the decorative glass facia by following section in reverse.
NOTE: DIAGRAMS & ILLUSTRATIONS ARE NOT TO SCALE
19.0 SERVICING (continued)
3.Remove the glass door assembly (4 screws) and clean carefully.
Detach the burner front cover plate by removal of the four retaining
screws.
4.Inspect the burner and the catalysts and clean if necessary with a
soft brush.
5. Disconnect the gas supply. IMPORTANT NOTE: This must be done by
a licensed plumber or gas fitter and must conform to the requirements of the National Fuel Gas Code NFPA 54 / ANSI Z223.1 - latest
edition
6. Undo the four screws retaining the burner support brackets to the base and rear of the firebox.
7. Remove the burner unit, strip off the burner pipes and clean thoroughly.
8. Clean the in-line restrictor, pilot assembly and the burner tube. Do
not attempt to remove the pilot injector as this can cause damage.
9. Re-assemble components.
10.Re-connect the gas supply. Turn on the gas supply and perform a
gas leak test using gas leak test solution. Check pilot and burner for
good ignition.
11.Refit the glass door assembly, ensuring a good seal.
12.Refit the decorative frame as detailed in section 17.0.
13.Check the purpose provided ventilation is unobstructed.
14.Light the appliance and test setting pressures.
15.Check safe operation of the appliance.
For specific servicing instructions, see relevant sections.
20.0 SERVICING THE BURNER
WARNING
Any change to this heater or its controls can be
dangerous.
WARNING
You must keep control areas, burners and circulating air
passageways of appliance clean. Failure to keep the
primary air opening(s) of the burner(s) clear may result
in sooting and property damage. Inspect these areas of
appliance before each use. Have appliance inspected
yearly by a qualified service person. Appliance may
need more frequent cleaning due to excessive lint form
carpeting, bedding material, etc.
First, remove the front section of the frame (as per section 17.0), the
glass panel. Detach the burner front cover plate by removal of the four
retaining screws. Disconnect the gas connection inside appliance. The
gas connections to the gas valve can now be released. Undo the four
screws retaining the burner brackets to the base and rear of the firebox.
The burner may now be removed.
Remove the pilot and main burner pipes and blow through to dislodge
any debris. Now remove the in-line restrictor and blow through to make
sure it is entirely clear.
Unclip the pilot lint gauze and clean with a soft brush. Clean the exterior
of the pilot assembly with a soft brush and blow through the flame ports
on the pilot head. Check the aeration holes are free from lint or dirt. The
pilot assembly can be removed if required by disconnecting the electrode
HT lead, gas pipe, thermocouple lead and unscrewing the mounting
screws and lifting away. The pilot assembly is a non-serviceable item
and should not be taken apart. Aeration holes must be clear internally
for proper operation. NEVER MODIFY OR BEND THE THERMOCOUPLE
TO MAKE THE PILOT STAY LIT. Modifications are dangerous and can
have serious unseen effects on safety. If the pilot will not stay lit there
is a problem with dirt, the gas supply to it, or the thermocouple needs
replacement.
The gas valve is a non-serviceable item. If this needs replacement, remove
the indicator plate then the securing screw holding the valve bracket
in place, remove all pipe unions, and the complete valve. Replacement
must be original manufacturers parts.
Re-assemble in the reverse of removal. Ensure setting pressures are as
stated in Table 1 on Page 3.
21.0 PILOT ASSEMBLY
WARNING
No adjustments are to be made to the ODS pilot
system. Tampering with this system can be extremely
hazardous.
Remove the casing, glass panel and burner unit (as per servicing sec­
tion), lint arrestor and pilot assembly by using a screwdriver to remove
the retaining screws.
Clean the pilot assembly with a soft brush and blow through. Check the
aeration holes are free of any dirt or lint. Clean thoroughly internally,
the connection can be removed from the base of the pilot assembly
using two wrenches to make cleaning easier. Do not damage or try to
dismantle the pilot injector.
The unit is factory set and the only check necessary is to ensure the
spark gap is correct. See specifications for gas setting.
NEVER MODIFY OR BEND THE THERMOCOUPLE TO MAKE THE PILOT
STAY LIT. If the pilot will not stay lit there is a problem with dirt, the
gas supply, or the thermocouple needs replacement. Modifications are
dangerous and can have a serious unseen effect on safety and therefore
MUST not be done. Replacements must be origi­nal manufacturers parts.
Re-assemble in the reverse of removal. Ensure setting pressures are as
stated in Table 1 on Page 3.
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23.0 TESTING FOR FIREBOX LEAKAGE
22.0 CATALYSTS
WARNING
Do not block the catalysts or the appliance outlet grill.
Blockage may cause high carbon monoxide levels
and/or breakage of the glass facia panel.
WARNING
Do not operate the appliance with the catalyst units
removed.
Appliances that are several years old or have been extensively disman­tled
should be checked for soundness. It is important that all the prod­ucts
of combustion pass through the catalytic convertors at the top of the
firebox before leaving the appliance.
The firebox is heated by lighting for a few minutes to provide a flow
through the firebox. The burner is then shut off and a smoke pellet or
match introduced at the base of the fire underneath the burner tray. Large
quantities of smoke will emerge from the top of the appliance, but none
should emerge from the joints or gasket faces, especially around the
door. It is important to note that the appliance can never be expect­ed
to be 100% smoke tight and small quantities of smoke may be seen in
corners of joints and gasket faces etc without affecting safety when the
appliance is in operation.
It is recommended that the catalysts are inspected for signs of damage
and dirt during routine servicing procedures. The expected life of the
catalysts is in excess of 11,000 hours (10 years of normal use). After
this time the catalyst should be replaced.
24.0 CLEANING
If there are any deposits of dirt or soot on the catalysts they should be
clean­­ed with a soft brush and a vacuum cleaner. If removed for cleaning
ensure the seals are in good condition before replacing the catalyst. New
seals will usually be required.
WARNING
Turn off the unvented gas room heater and allow to
cool before cleaning.
The performance of the catalyst may be checked using a combustion
gas analyzer as follows.
Important: The temperature of the gases emitted by the catalytic
converters reach very high temperatures (up to 700° F). Measuring
gas of this temperature may damage some types of gas analyzers. If
in doubt consult the equipment manufacturer.
Turn on the fireplace as per the operating instructions, and run at maximum
setting for 15 minutes. Position gas sample probe directly over a cata­lyst
via the outlet Grill, on top of the appliance. Record the carbon diox­ide
(CO2) concentration and then the carbon monoxide (CO) concentration
as displayed by the analyzer - also noting the units in which the values
are expressed. Most analyzers display carbon dioxide (CO2) concentrations in percentage (%) terms and carbon monoxide concentration in
parts per million (ppm) terms.
GLASS PANEL - This can be cleaned with a suitable glass cleaner. The
following solutions are approved for use to clean glass.
• Non-ammonia based household cleaner
• 50% -50% mix of white vinegar and water
• Gas fireplace/stove glass cleaner
PAINTED AREAS - These can be cleaned using a dry cloth.
STAINLESS STEEL AREAS - These can either be cleaned using a proprietary stainless steel metal cleaner or baby oil. Test on a small hid­den
part of the stainless steel before cleaning. Always clean in the direction
of the grain.
In order to calculate the combustion ratio for the appliance (CO/CO2)
it is first necessary to express both gas concentrations in terms of per­
centage. To convert from parts per million (ppm) to a percentage (%)
divide the ppm figure by 10,000. Examples: 35ppm = 0.0035%, 15ppm
= 0.0015%, 5ppm = 0.0005%.
Now divide the concentration of carbon monoxide (CO) expressed in
percent by the concentration of carbon dioxide (CO2) to obtain the
appliance combustion ratio.
CO (%)
CO2 (%) = ratio
The combustion ratio of the gasses emitted by the catalytic convertor
should not exceed 0.0015.
If replacing, firstly, remove the decorative fire frame as described in section 17.0. The catalysts are located on the top of the internal firebox and
can be removed be unscrewing the retaining nuts securing the clamping
plate. Remove the catalysts and the seals and discard.
Refit a new catalyst and seals in reverse order, ensure the catalyst and
door have a good seals.
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NOTE: DIAGRAMS & ILLUSTRATIONS ARE NOT TO SCALE
25.0 LIGHTING INSTRUCTIONS & TURNING OFF APPLIANCE
FOR YOUR SAFETY READ BEFORE LIGHTING
WARNING: IF YOU DO NOT FOLLOW THESE INSTRUCTIONS EXACTLY, A FIRE OR EXPLOSION MAY
RESULT CAUSING PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR LOSS OF LIFE.
A. This appliance has a pilot which must be lit with a piezo
spark igniter. When lighting the pilot, follow these instructions
exactly.
B. BEFORE OPERATING smell all around the heater area for gas.
Be sure to smell next to the floor because some gas is heavier
than air and will settle on the floor.
WHAT TO DO IF YOU SMELL GAS
• Do not try to light any appliance.
• Do not touch any electric switch; do not use any phone in your
building.
• Immediately call your gas supplier from a neighbor’s phone. Follow the gas supplier’s instructions.
• If you cannot reach your gas supplier, call the fire department.
C. Use only your hand to push in or turn the gas control knob.
Never use tools. If the knob will not push in or turn by hand, do
not try to repair it, call a qualified service technician. Forced or
attempted repair may result in a fire or explosion.
D. Do not use this heater if any part has been under water.
Immediately call a qualified service technician to inspect the
appliance and to replace any part of the control system and any
gas control which has been under water.
LIGHTING INSTRUCTIONS
7. Continue turning counter-clockwise
through the spark click
to the PILOT light position, ensuring the pilot has lit. If not, turn the knob
fully clockwise,
and repeat.
1. Stop! Read the safety information above.
2. Make sure manual shut-off valve is fully open.
3. Depress control knob in and turn clockwise
“OFF” position (Figure 13).
8. Hold the control knob in for a further 10 seconds to prevent the flame
failure detector from shutting off the gas while the probe is warming up.
to the
4. Wait 5 minutes to clear out any gas. Then smell for gas, including near
the floor. If you smell gas, STOP! Follow the safety instructions in “What
to do if you smell gas” under section ‘B’ above. If you do not smell gas, go
to next step.
9. Release the control knob while turning counter-clockwise
to the preferred setting. Close the control access panel.
• If the knob does not pop out when released, stop and immediately call
your service technician or gas supplier.
5. The pilot is located on the left side behind the burner (Figure 13).
6. Depress control knob in and turn counter-clockwise
“SPARK” position (Figure 13) and hold there for a few seconds.
to the
Note: If you are running the heater for the first time or after an extended
period of non use it will be necessary to press the control knob all the way
in for 30 seconds to allow air to bleed out of the gas piping.
• If the pilot will not stay lit after several tries, depress and turn the gas
control knob clockwise
to “OFF” and wait 30 seconds.
Depress and turn knob counter-clockwise
to “SPARK”
and ignite the heater again. If your pilot does not relight depress and
turn control knob clockwise
to “OFF” and call your service
technician or gas supplier.
10. Wait 30 seconds before readjusting the heater when the control knob
has been turned down to a lower setting.
TO TURN OFF GAS TO APPLIANCE
1. Depress and turn control knob clockwise
position (Figure 13).
Figure 13
‘OFF’ position
‘SPARK’ position
‘LOW’ position
to the “OFF”
The control knob is located on the lower
right hand side of the outer case. It is of a
spherical design and is marked as shown
in Figure 13.
Figure 14
Figure 14: Pilot assembly. This is located
behind the burner, on the left-hand side of
the appliance.
‘HIGH’ position
NOTE: DIAGRAMS & ILLUSTRATIONS ARE NOT TO SCALE
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26.0 TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
PROBLEM
CORRECTIVE ACTION
Igniter sparks but pilot does not light
• No gas to Pilot, check the gas line connections.
• Air not fully purged. Purge supply or wait longer.
• Spark grounding to metal work, reset gap correctly.
• Blocked pilot, clean out internally.
Pilot lights but then goes out
• Severe restriction in gas supply: clear obstruction. • Faulty thermocouple, replace pilot assembly.
• Blocked pilot, clean out.
• Blocked lint gauze, clean.
• Hold control knob in for longer.
• If the pilot will not stay lit there is a problem with dirt, the gas supply, or
the thermocouple needs replacement. Modifications are dangerous and
can have a serious unseen effect on safety. NEVER MODIFY OR BEND THE
THERMOCOUPLE TO MAKE THE PILOT STAY LIT.
• There is a draft (i.e. from window or door, etc.) disturbing the pilot. Remove
draft. u
• The ODS safety system may sense lack of oxygen. Turn off appliance. Call a
qualified service technician. Open windows and doors to provide ventilation to
the area. v
Igniter electrode at pilot does not spark
• HT lead detached,refit.
•Check the spark gap (see section 16.0).
•Faulty piezo unit, replace.
•Debris shorting out electrode, clean.
•Spark shorting to metalwork under tray, realign HT lead.
The burner stays on for a period of time,
then cuts off
•Loose or faulty thermocouple, rectify.
•Blocked pilot, clean out.
•Dirt or lint in pilot aeration hole or on the lint gauze, clean thoroughly.
•If the pilot will not stay lit there is a problem with dirt, the gas supply, or
the thermocouple needs replacement. Modifications are dangerous and
can have a serious unseen effect on safety. NEVER MODIFY OR BEND THE
THERMOCOUPLE TO MAKE THE PILOT STAY LIT.
Pilot flame shrinks when fire is on high
•Poor gas flow to fire, check pressure with fire on high.
•If pressure is low, remove any restriction in pipe-work or valve.
•Check all pipework are adequately sized.
•Check meter pressure is adequate.
•If the pilot will not stay lit there is a problem with dirt, the gas supply, or
the thermocouple needs replacement. Modifications are dangerous and
can have a serious unseen effect on safety. NEVER MODIFY OR BEND THE
THERMOCOUPLE TO MAKE THE PILOT STAY LIT.
Fireplace smells when first lit or in use
•Newness smell from brand new appliance.
•Leakage occurring. Carry out leakage test and rectify any problems.
•Combustible materials used in incorrect positions.
• Unit may require a service to remove dust from catalysts.
u
This appliance is equipped with a oxygen depletion monitoring safety device (ODS). If the appliance shuts down during use for no
apparent reason then several reasons may be suspected. If a door or window has been opened creating a draft, then pilot disturbance could
be the problem and removal of the draft should resolve this.
v
If pilot disturbance is not the cause, then the ODS safety system sensing that there is a lack of oxygen. TURN THE APPLIANCE OFF,
call in your installer to check the appliance and ventilation. DO NOT allow the appliance to be used until the qualified service technician has
determined that the appliance is operating properly and adequate ventilation is being provided.
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27.0 REPLACEMENT PARTS - Elite CVF - NG and Elite CVF - LP
FocalPointFires Single
24/07/08
DO 005860/0 Iss-B Lennox P23 Elite CVF fitting template
Artwork Size: W605 x H960
POSITION SPIRIT LEVEL ALONG THIS EDGE TO LEVEL TEMPLATE BEFORE MARKING OUT WALL
COLOQUE EL NIVEL SOBRE ESTE BORDE PARA NIVELAR LA PLANTILLA ANTES DE MARCAR LA PARED
Item #
Cat. No.
Description
1
H7009
Glass Door Assembly
2
H7038
Gas Valve
3
H6060
Catalyst
4
H6061
Pilot Assembly, Natural Gas
5
H6999
Pilot Assembly, Propane Gas
6
H7010
Burner Assembly, Natural Gas
15
9-3/16” (234mm)
FIXING POINTS
PIERCE TEMPLATE TO MARK
HOLE POSITION ON WALL X 4
PUNTOS DE SUJECION
Burner Assembly, Propane Gas
8
H6062
Catalyst Gasket
9
H6063
Inlet Pressure Regulator, Natural Gas
10
H7001
Inlet Pressure Regulator, Propane Gas
11
H7007
Decorative Glass Facia
12a
H7002
Ball Knob
12b
H7040
Knob Spindle
13
H7006
Hardware Kit
14
H7042
Decorative Spring-Loaded Corner Posts (4
each)
15
H7322
Fitting Template
IMPORTANTE
ESTE APARATO UNICAMENTE DEBE SER COLGADO EN UNA PARED.
NO EMPOTRE NINGUN ELEMENTO DE ESTE APARATO.
ESTA PLANTILLA SIRVE UNICAMENTE PARA MARCAR LOS PUNTOS DE FIJACION.
RETIRE LA PLANTILLA ANTES DE COLOCAR LE APARATO.
Note : Zero clearance from bottom of heater frame
required for hard combustible floors. Minimum 4”
clearance required to rugs or any fabric floor
coverings. REFER TO INSTRUCTION MANUAL
IMPORTANT : Fabrics, curtains and drapes are not
permited above the heater at any distance and within
20” of the heater sides. No combustible shelves of any
size are permitted above the heater.
F860041/A
ADVERTENCIA
ESPACIO LIBRE HASTA MATERIALES COMBUSTIBLES
Deben mantenerse en todo momento los siguientes espacios
libres. El no hacerlo puede causar un riesgo de incendio.
Consulte el manual de instrucciones suministrado con este
aparato para obtener información completa.
CONTORNO DE LA APARATO
4
5
FIXING POINTS
PUNTOS DE SUJECION
El espacio de 32” hasta un techo
combustible se mide desde el borde
superior del panel de vidrio del aparato
Espacio hasta
paredeslaterales
combustibles
4” (ambos lados)
1-1/8”
(28mm)
H7011
Clearance to
combustible
sidewalls 4”
(both sides)
IMPORTANT
THIS APPLIANCE IS TO BE WALL HUNG ONLY.
DO NOT RECESS OR INSET ANY PART OF THE APPLIANCE.
THIS TEMPLATE IS FOR THE MARKING OF FIXING POINTS ONLY.
DO NOT INSTALL THE APPLIANCE WITH THIS TEMPLATE IN PLACE.
CENTRE LINE
LINEA DE
CENTRO
Clearance to combustible ceiling
32” measured from top of appliance
glass panel
Clearance in
front of
heater 20”
Espacio libre
delante del
calentador 20”
7
20-1/4” (515mm)
WARNING
CLEARANCES FROM COMBUSTIBLE MATERIALS
The following clearances must be maintained at all times.
Failure to do so may result in the risk of a fire.
For full information refer to the instruction manual
provided with the heater.
APPLIANCE OUTLINE
Elite™ CVF
WALL MOUNTED VENT FREE FITTING TEMPLATE
PLANTILLA PARA LA INSTALACION DE CHIMENEAS
DE PARED SIN SALIDA DE HUMOS
FIREBOX OUTLINE
CONTORNO DE LA CAMARA DE COMBUSTION
PERFORE LA PLANTILLA PARA MARCAR
LA POSICION DE LOS 4 TALADROS EN LA PARED
Nota: No se requiere espacio libre desde el borde inferior del
marco del calentador en caso de pisos combustibles duros.
Se requiere un espacio mínimo de 4” entre el calentador y
cualquier alfombra, moqueta o revestimiento de suelo de
tela. CONSULTE EL MANUAL DE INSTRUCCIONES.
IMPORTANTE: No se permite la colocación de telas, cortinas y
similares por encima del calentador a cualquier distancia, ni a
una distancia de 20” de los laterales del calentador. No se
permiten estantes combustibles de cualquier tamaño por
encima del calentador.
F860041/A
CONCEALED GAS INLET
ENTRADA DE GAS OCULTA
DO 005860/0 - ISSUE A
Ref. Paul West - Focal Point Fires
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Hardware kits consists of the following:
6 ea. No.8 x 5/16 Screw Pozi Pan Head
6 ea. M6 x 12 Screw Pozi Pan Head BZP
6 ea. M4 x 12 Screw Pozi Pan Head Black
1 ea. Rubber Grommet
4 ea. Wall Plug
4 ea. Wall Fixing Screws
2 ea. Ceramic bracket
2 ea. Clevis Pin
13
8
3
1
11
12a
12b
6
7
14
See ordering instructions on Page 18
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28.0 POSITIONING OF FIELD REMOVABLE PARTS
Outlet Grill
Figure 15: Exploded view of components
Glass Door Removal: Remove
the four (4) screws indicated,
then lift door off.
Main Firebox
Assembly
Valve Cover Plate
Control Knob
Spindle
Burner Assembly
Control Knob
Burner Cover Plate
Glass Door Assembly
As our policy is one of continuous improvement and development, we hope
therefore you will understand we must retain the right to amend details and/or
specifications without prior notice.
Figure 16 - Visual check for correct pilot flame.
WARNING
Failure to position the parts in accordance with these
diagrams or failure to use only parts specifically
approved with this heater may result in property
damage or personal injury.
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NOTE: DIAGRAMS & ILLUSTRATIONS ARE NOT TO SCALE
29.0 SPECIFICATIONS
Product Reference Information
Cat. No.
Model
Ship. Wt.
Ship. Volume
H6072
Elite CVF - NG
50 lb.
4.3 cu. ft.
H6073
Elite CVF - LP
50 lb.
4.3 cu. ft.
6-1/4”
Top View
23-7/8”
9-3/16”
27-3/16”
Front View
20-1/4”
Back View
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30.0 PRODUCT REFERENCE INFORMATION
Warranty
Normally, all parts should be ordered through your Lennox distributor or
dealer. Parts will be shipped at prevailing prices at time of order.
Your gas appliance is covered by a limited warranty. Please read the
warranty to be familiar with its coverage.
Retain this manual. File it with your other documents for future reference.
Product reference information
We recommend that you record the following important information
about your appliance. Please contact your Lennox Hearth Products dealer
for any questions or concerns. For the number of your nearest Lennox
Hearth Products dealer, please call 1-800-9-LENNOX.
When ordering repair parts, always give the following information:
1. The model number of the appliance.
2. The serial number of the appliance.
3. The part number.
4. The description of the part.
5. The quantity required.
6. The installation date of the appliance.
If you encounter any problems or have any questions concerning the
installation or application of this system, please contact your dealer.
Replacement parts
LENNOX HEARTH PRODUCTS
1110 West Taft Avenue
Orange, CA 92865
Visit us at www.Lennox.com
See Page 15 for a complete replacement parts list. Use only parts supplied from the manufacturer.
Your Appliance's Model Number________________________________________
Your Fireplace’s Serial Number_ ________________________________________
The Date On Which Your Fireplace Was Installed____________________________
The Type of Gas Your Fireplace Uses_____________________________________
Your Dealer's Name__________________________________________________
Fuel Type (Check one) c
Natural Gas
c
Propane Gas (LP)
Lennox Hearth Products reserves the right to make changes at any time, without notice, in
design, materials, specifications, prices and also to discontinue colors, styles and products.
Consult your local distributor for fireplace code information.
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