Jøtul C 450 Kennebec Fireplace Insert

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Jøtul C 450 Kennebec
Fireplace Insert
Jøtul C 450 Kennebec
Fireplace Insert
V.2
Installation and Operating Instructions
for the United States & Canada
Kennebec Clean Face
„„ The Jøtul C 450 Kennebec fireplace insert is
listed to burn solid wood only. Do not burn
any other fuels.
„„ Read this entire manual before you install
and use this appliance.
„„ Save these instructions for future reference
and make them available to anyone using or
servicing the fireplace insert.
„„ This wood heater requires periodic inspection
and repair for proper operation. See this
manual for specific maintenance information.
It is against federal regulations to operate
this wood heater in a manner inconsistent
with the operating instructions in this
owner’s manual.
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Table of Contents
Standards and Safety Notices
Standards / Codes......................................................... 3
Safety Notices................................................................4
Preparation ....................................................................4
Unpacking the Firebox ................................................4
Specifications
Jøtul C 450 kennebec Fireplace Insert..................... 5
Accessories ..................................................................... 5
Dimensions .................................................................... 5
Installation
Masonry Fireplace Requirements .............................6
Factory-built Fireplace Requirements .....................6
Chimney Height.............................................................6
Hearth Protection ......................................................... 7
Clearance to Combustibles ........................................8
Chimney Connection ...................................................9
Firebox Installation .................................................... 10
Surround Assembly ..................................................... 11
Blower Assembly .........................................................12
Blower Operation ........................................................13
Blower Maintenance ..................................................13
Operation
Combustion Efficiency .............................................. 14
CO Emissions................................................................ 14
Wood Fuel and Performance.................................... 14
Functionality ................................................................ 14
Break-in Procedure.......................................................15
Air Control Settings......................................................15
Starting / Maintaining the Fire................................ 16
Adding Fuel .................................................................. 16
Formation of Creosote............................................... 16
Maintenance
Ash Removal..................................................................17
Glass Care and Replacement.....................................17
General Maintenance................................................. 18
Gasket Replacement................................................... 18
Appendix A
Alternate Hearth Protection .................................... 19
Appendix B
Alternate Mantel Clearances .................................. 20
Illustrated Parts Breakdown
Exploded View ..............................................................21
Parts Listing ................................................................ 22
Warranty Statement ...................................23
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For Your Records...
Record the following information to help your
dealer determine what you will need should
your fireplace ever require parts or service.
The serial number and manufacturing date are
indicated on the permanent label located in the
blower compartment under the firebox. You
may also wish to attach your sales receipt to this
manual for future reference.
Model: Jøtul C 450 Kennebec Fireplace Insert
Serial Number:
Purchase Date:
Dealer:
Phone:
Installed by:
Date:
PLEASE NOTE:
IT IS NORMAL FOR SMOKE AND ODOR
TO OCCUR DURING THE INITIAL
STAGES OF OPERATION, DEPENDING
UPON TEMPERATURES GENERATED
OVER TIME. THIS “CURING”
CONDITION CAN BE ALLEVIATED BY
PROMOTING FRESH AIR CIRCULATION
WITHIN THE IMMEDIATE VICINITY OF
THE APPLIANCE.
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Standards
The Jøtul C 450 Kennebec fireplace insert has been
tested and listed to the following standards:
U.S: ANSI/UL 1482-2011 and ANSI/UL 737-2011
Canada: CAN/ULC-S627-00 and ULC-S628-93
Certified Safety Tests performed by:
ITS, Intertek Testing Services
Middleton, Wisconsin
Manufactured by:
Jøtul North America
55 Hutcherson Drive
Gorham, Maine 04038-2644
Combustion Specifications
Jøtul C 450 Kennebec
Heat Output Range:1 11,940 to 36,050 BTU/hr.
Max. Heat Output: 50,000 BTU/hr.
Heating Capacity:2
Up to 1,600 sq. ft.
Maximum Burn Time:2 Up to 9 hours
Combustion Efficiency:3 HHV
LHV
72.57%78.42%
CO Emissions:4
107.09 g/hr
Pariculate Emissions:5
4.4 g/hr
Fuel: 2 0” Logs (508 mm)
See the Operation section of this manual for important
information regarding the safe, proper, and most efficient
operation of your stove.
1 Heat Output Range results are determined during
specific emissions tests established by the EPA.
The Maximum Heat Output value is representative of a
more frequent re-fueling cycle than specified in the EPA
High Heat Output test method.
2 Heating Capacity and Maximum Burn Time will vary
WARNING !
THIS WOOD HEATER HAS A MANUFACTURERSET MINIMUM LOW BURN RATE THAT MUST
NOT BE ALTERED. IT IS AGAINST FEDERAL
REGULATIONS TO ALTER THIS SETTING
OR OTHERWISE OPERATE THIS WOOD
HEATER IN A MANNER INCONSISTENT WITH
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS IN THIS MANUAL.
This heater meets the 2015 U.S.
Environmental Protection Agency’s
emission limits for wood heaters
manufactured after May 15, 2015.
This appliance may not be sold after
May 15, 2020.
Check Building Codes
When installing, operating and maintaining your
Jøtul C 450 CB fireplace insert, follow the guidelines
presented in these instructions, and make them available
to anyone using or servicing the stove.
In the U.S., the National Fire Protection Association’s Code,
NFPA 211, Standards for Chimneys, Fireplaces, Vents and
Solid Fuel Burning Appliances, or similar regulations, may
apply to the installation of a solid fuel burning appliance
in your area.
In Canada, the guideline is established by the CSA
Standard, CAN/CSA-B365-M93, Installation Code for SolidFuel-Burning Appliances and Equipment.
Always consult your local building inspector or authority
having jurisdiction to determine what regulations apply
in your area.
THE JOTUL C 450 KENNEBEC FIREPLACE INSERT IS NOT
APPROVED FOR USE IN MOBILE HOMES.
depending on design of home, climate, wood type and
operation
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High Heat Value and Low Heat Value are obtained per
CSA B415.1-10 test method. HHV calculation encompasses
all products of combustion, including H2O condensation.
LHV calculation includes H2O in its vapor state. Simply
put, HHV assumes all the water component is in a liquid
state (condensed) at the end of combustion and that
heat recovered from condensation can be put to use.
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Carbon Monoxide Emissions rate results from Test
Method CSA B415.1-10.
5.
NOTE:
CONSULT THE AUTHORITY HAVING
JURISDICTION IN YOUR LOCALE
(SUCH AS MUNICIPAL BUILDING
DEPARTMENT, FIRE DEPARTMENT,
FIRE PREVENTIOIN BUREAU,
ETC.) BEFORE INSTALLATION TO
DETERMINE THE NEED TO OBTAIN A
PERMIT.
Particulate Emissions rate is obtained using EPA Test
Method 28-5H.
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Safety Notices
• BURN SOLID WOOD FUEL ONLY. DO NOT BURN
ANY OTHER FUELS.
• DO NOT USE CHEMICALS OR FLUIDS TO
START THE FIRE. DO NOT BURN Garbage OR
FLAMMABLE FLUIDS.
• IF THIS ROOM HEATER IS NOT PROPERLY
INSTALLED, A HOUSE FIRE MAY RESULT. TO
REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE, FOLLOW THE
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS. FAILURE TO
FOLLOW THESE INSTRUCTIONS MAY RESULT IN
PROPERTY DAMAGE, BODILY INJURY, OR LOSS
OF LIFE.
• CONTACT THE LOCAL BUILDING OR FIRE
OFFICIALS ABOUT RESTRICTIONS AND
INSTALLATION INSPECTION REQUIREMENTS IN
YOUR AREA. WHEN NOT ADDRESSED IN THIS
MANUAL, OR BY LOCAL CODE AUTHORITIES,
INSTALLATION SPECIFICATIONS AND
REQUIREMENTS DEFER TO NFPA 211 OR CSA B 365.
• DO NOT CONNECT THIS FIREPLACE TO ANY AIR
DISTRIBUTION DUCT OR SYSTEM.
• DO NOT USE GRATES OR ANDIRONS TO
ELEVATE THE FIRE. BUILD FIRE DIRECTLY ON
THE FIRECHAMBER FLOOR.
• EXTREMELY HOT WHILE IN OPERATION! KEEP
CHILDREN, CLOTHING AND FURNITURE AWAY.
CONTACT WILL CAUSE SKIN BURNS.
• NEVER OPERATE THE FIREPLACE WITH A
CRACKED OR BROKEN GLASS PANEL.
• Install smoke detectors in the living areas and
bedrooms of your home. Test them regularly
and install new batteries twice annually.
When installed in the same room as the stove,
a smoke detector should be located as far
from the stove as possible to prevent it from
sounding when adding fuel to the fire.
• Avoid creating a low pressure condition in
the room where the stove is operating. Be
aware that operation of an exhaust fan or
clothes dryer can create a low pressure area
and consequently promote flow reversal
through the stove and chimney system. The
chimney and building, however, always work
together as a system - provision of outside
air, directly or indirectly to an atmospherically
vented appliance will not guarantee proper
chimney performance. Consult your local
Jøtul authorized dealer regarding specific
installation/performance issues.
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Preparation
We strongly urge you to have your authorized Jøtul
dealer install your new Jøtul C 450 Fireplace Insert.
• Check with local building officials to determine what
permits may be required before installation.
• Notify your insurance company before installing this
fireplace.
Unpacking the Fireplace
All firebox components of the Jøtul C 450 Fireplace
Insert are contained within the crate on a single pallet.
The Surround Kit is contained in the same crate. As you
unpack the contents, inspect each item for damage.
Notify your dealer of any damage such as dents, cracked
glass, or broken bricks.
Contents:
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Firebox Assembly - including Firebricks, 18 installed
Ash Lip - packed under firebox shroud
Blower Hardware Bag
Stove Hardware Bag
• Fireplace Conversion Notice Plate
• Door Handle (Stove Tool)
• Cast Iron Surround Assembly
Tools & Materials Required:
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work gloves
safety glasses
tape measure
phillips screwdriver
tin snips
power drill
High-temperature sealant
1” (25 mm) masonry anchors or nails, two
#10 x 1/2” sheet metal screws, three
10 mm open end wrench and socket with extension
Removing the Firebox from Pallet
1. The ash lip is shipped on top of the firebox.
2. Remove the screws that secure the firebox
base to the pallet. These mounting tabs may
be broken off the base as may be necessary to
accommodate a very narrow fireplace.
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Jøtul C 450 Specifications
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Optional Blower: 125 cfm.
Shipping Weight:445 lbs. (202 kg.)
Surround Panel
Accessories
Firebox
Firebox
Sleeve
to Door Opening
Steel Wide Surround / 47 3/4” x 34”#157213
Trimable Surround / 40” x 30”#157325
Mantel Heat Shield / Std. Cast Srnd.#155346
Mantel Heat Shield / Steel Wide Srnd.#157361
Stove Gloves#157363
Universal Gasket Kit#157050
Figure 1. Maximum Sleeve Adjustment
Surround
Panel
to Door
Opening
Firebox
Sleeve
Firebox
Figure 2. Minimum Sleeve Adjustment
Glass Area
219 sq.in.
Figure 3. Overall Surround Dimensions are the same for
both Kennebec Lattice and Clean Face versions.
Figure 4. Flue Collar Centerline from Front Face
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Installation
Masonry Fireplace Requirements
• The entire fireplace and chimney must be cleaned
and inspected before installation. The system
must meet local building code requirements.
• The structure and components must be free of
any defects such as cracks or broken bricks or
flue tiles. Any damage must be repaired before
installation.
Any joint or gap that may exist between the
hearth extension/fireplace facing and the fire
chamber must be permanently sealed with
medium-duty refractory mortar.
• The chimney must have a clay tile liner or a
stainless steel liner utilizing a positive connection.
• DO NOT REMOVE BRICKS OR MORTAR FROM THE
FIREPLACE OR CHIMNEY STRUCTURE. However,
masonry or steel may be removed from the
smoke shelf and adjacent damper frame area
to accommodate installation of a chimney liner,
provided that their removal will not weaken the
structure of the fireplace or chimney, and will not
reduce protection for combustible materials.
• CHIMNEY HEIGHT:
Minimum - 15 ft. ( 4.57 meters)
Maximum - 33 ft. (10.5 meters)
Minimum Fireplace Dimensions
A: FRONT WIDTH *...........................27 1/2” (698 mm)
B: HEIGHT ............................................... 23” (584 mm)
C: REAR WIDTH ............................... 25 1/2” (648 mm)
D: REAR HEIGHT .............................. 21 1/2” (546 mm)
E: DEPTH ..................................................14” (355 mm)
*NOTE: Width dimension accommodates clearance for
Surround attachment to the front of the firebox.
Factory-Built Fireplace Requirements
The Jøtul C 450 may be installed into a factory-built
fireplace with the following conditions:
• The factory-built fireplace must be listed per
UL 127 or ULC S610.
• Installation must include a full height, listed
chimney liner meeting type HT requirements
(2100F) per UL 1777 (U.S.) or ULC S635 (CAN).
The liner must be securely attached to the insert
flue collar and the chimney top.
Some liner manufacturers require insulation in
order to achieve a UL 1777 or ULC-S635 listing. Check
with the manufacturer of the liner being used to
determine if insulation is required. Insulation is
recommended particularly if the chimney flue is
located in a chase outside of the building envelope.
• The top plate of the liner system MUST NOT block
the air flow between the cooling walls of the zeroclearance fireplace air-cooled chimney system.
These cooling walls MUST remain open under all
conditions to maintain proper circulation of cooling air.
• The damper or fireplace opening must be sealed to
prevent passage of room air into the chimney cavity.
• The convection chamber and/or air circulation
louvers of the zero-clearance fireplace MUST NOT
be blocked-off. This requirement may preclude use
of the cast iron surround panels. A custom-built
surround panel system may be used provided it
does not interfere with air circulation through the
convection chamber.
• Alteration of the zero-clearance fireplace
functionality or structure is not permitted; i.e.
firebrick or refractory panels MUST NOT be be
removed to accommodate the fireplace insert
installation. Alteration of the zero-clearance
fireplace is limited to:
a) removal of the damper for liner installation
b) removal of external, nonfunctional trim which
then must be stored within the fireplace for
potential future re-assembly.
• Fireplace Conversion Notice PN 220508 must be
permanently attached to the back of the fireplace.
This metal label is included in the bag containing
this manual.
Figure 5. Minimum Fireplace Dimensions
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• Means must be provide to properly support
the front of the insert if it projects from the
fireplace front. The weight of the insert must not
compromise the structural integrity of the zeroclearance fireplace.
• Means must be provided to remove the insert or
baffle to facilitate cleaning the chimney flue.
• Final approval is contingent on the authority having
local jurisdiction.
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Hearth Protection Requirements
The floor area in front of fireplace insert must be
protected from live sparks and radiant heat.
• Materials: Hearth protection must be noncombustible insulating board, having an R value of
2.92 (0.343 K-value) such as Kaowool® 2600 #15
or the equivalent mortared masonry material.
See Appendix A on page 19 for information how
to calculate the R-value of alternative materials.
Alternate protection must composed of materials
as specified by NFPA 211.
Flush Firebox
Firebox
Sleeve
• Protected Area: 18” Deep x 40” Wide
A) Front - The protection must extend at least 18
inches (457 mm) forward from the door opening.
B) Sides - Protection must extend 20 inches
(508 mm) to both sides of the centerline of the
insert.
• Note that the firebox may extend out forward of
the fireplace face depending on where the cabinet
sleeve has been set to accommodate flue connection. Always measure hearth protection from the
final, installed position of the firebox and the door
opening. See figures 6 and 7.
Figure 6. Sleeve adjustment results in minimum firebox
extension forward of fireplace face.
Extended Firebox
6 1/2”
(165 mm)
Firebox
Sleeve
Figure 7. Provide hearth protection to accommodate
maximum firebox extension forward of fireplace face.
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Clearance to Combustible Materials
These clearaces apply only to those C 45o inserts
manufactured after December 2014 having
serial numbers higher than 14250.
See Appendix B, page 20 for older units.
Figure 9.
FLUSH FIREBOX
• There may be no combustible materials located
anywhere within 36” (914 mm) of the front of the door..
This precaution includes items such as drapes or doors
that could swing into the area within 36” of the insert.
• Clearance (open space) must be maintained between the
fireplace insert and combustible materials located above
and to the side. See figures 8-10 and Table 1 for minimum
dimensions.
Mantel and Wall Clearances
Clearances are measured from the hearth surface,
door opening, or centerline as noted in fig 8-10.
A: Hearth Protection:
Width from centerline......................... 20” (508 mm)
B: Hearth Protection:
forward from the door opening ......... 18” (457 mm)
Figure 10.
EXTENDED FIREBOX
C: Side Trim - 6” max. depth, from centerline:
Firebox flush with fireplace face ............... 22” (559 mm)
Firebox extended from fireplace face ...... 27” (686 mm)
D: Side Wall - from centerline:
Regardless of Firebox position ................. 27” (686 mm)
E: Upper Trim - Same as Mantel at Max. Depth 3 1/2”
(90 mm) See Table 1.
F: Mantel - See Figures 9- 10 and Table 1.
Table 1.
Mantel Clearances - Serial Nos. after 14250
Flush Firebox Fig. 9
Figure 8. Clearance Diagram - No Heat Shielding
Mantel Clearance with
Optional Heat Shield 155346
Clearance may be reduced as shown in Table 1.
Maximum approved Mantel Depth is 11 1/2”.
Clearance is measured from the hearth to the bottom
of the mantel as illustrated.
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No Heat
Shield
Heat
Shield
No Heat
Shield
Heat
Shield
A
45”
1143 mm
40”
1016 mm
44
1118 mm
41”
1041 mm
B
43 1/2”
1105 mm
38 1/2”
978 mm
42 1/2”
1080 mm
39 1/2”
1003 mm
C
42”
1067 mm
37”
940 mm
41”
1041 mm
38”
965 mm
D
40 1/2”
1029 mm
35 1/2”
902 mm
39 1/2”
1003 mm
36 1/2”
927 mm
E
39”
991 mm
34”
864 mm
38”
965 mm
35”
889 mm
Extended Firebox Fig. 10
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Chimney Connection
A positive connection must be made between the
fireplace insert and the chimney by one of the following
approved methods.
In the U.S:
The insert is connected to a listed stainless steel flexible
connector that extends beyond the chimney flue tile
liner. A sealed block-off plate must be installed at the
damper area of the existing fireplace. See fig. 11.
For internal chimneys, (no sides of the chimney
exposed to the outside below the roofline,) a positive
connection to the first flue tile is acceptable provided
the tile is no larger than 8” x 12”. For external chimneys,
(one or more sides are exposed to the outside below the
roof line,) a positive connection to the first flue tile is
acceptable provided the tile is no larger than 8” x 8”.
A 6”, 7”, or 9” stainless steel liner, extending the full
height of the chimney, is required for all installations
where the flue tile is greater than 8” x 12” for internal
chimneys, or 9” x 8” for external chimneys.
Installation
1. Remove the existing damper and linkage
components from the fireplace. Alternatively, you
can wire the damper plate to lock it in the open
position. Thoroughly clean the firebox and smoke
shelf area with a wire brush.
2. If the fireplace has been modified to
accommodate installation, use anchors or
masonry nails to attach the metal Fireplace
Conversion Notice Plate (PN 220508) to the back
wall of the masonry fireplace firebox where it will
be readily seen should the insert be removed.
3. Install the Flex Connection plate according to the
manufacturer’s instructions. The sealing plate may
require trimming to accommodate your specific
fireplace damper.
In Canada:
The insert must be installed with a continuous chimney
liner of 6” (152 mm) diameter extending from the
fireplace insert to the top of the chimney. The chimney
liner must conform to the Class 3 requirements of CAN/
ULC-S635, Standard for Lining Systems for Existing
Masonry or Factory-Built Chimneys and Vents, or CAN/
ULC-S640, Standard for Lining Systems for New Masonry
Chimneys.
See fig. 11a.
Flex Connector
Pipe extends into
the flue tile
Do not use aluminum or galvanized steel pipe for
chimney connection components - these materials are
not suitable for use with solid fuel.
Flex
Connector
Adjustable
Sealing Plate
Damper
Frame
Locking
Bracket
Attach Fireplace
Conversion
Notice Plate
to Rear Wall of
Fireplace
Figure 11. Positive Chimney Connection - U.S.
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Installing the Firebox
1. If appropriate, use 3” flexible noncombustible
duct to connect an outside air inlet to the air inlet
collar at the back of the firebox.
2. With assistance, move the firebox into position
within the fireplace and align the insert flue collar
with the Adaptor Collar.
3. Attach the flue connector pipe. Use a 1/8” bit to
drill attachment holes into connector pipe at the
three pilot hole locations in the firebox flue collar.
Secure the flue connector pipe using three,
#10 x 1/2” sheet metal screws.
4. Adjust the position of the Firebox to ensure that
the Surround Panel Hangers are flush with, or
slightly proud of, the outside face of the fireplace.
If the Hangers are set back from the face, you will
be unable to engage the Surround Hanger Clips
with the holes in the Hangers.
Masonry or Listed
HT Prefabricated
Chimney Cap
Sealed connection to chimney
cap
Damper linkage
removed and
plate is removed
or locked open
Attach
Fireplace
Conversion
Notice Plate
to Rear Wall
of Fireplace
Figure 11a. Positive Chimney Connection - Canada.
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Figure 12. Kennebec Classic Surround Panel Assembly
Left Breastplate
Tools Required:
• 10 mm socket or wrench
M6 x 12 Flange Bolt
Right Breastplate
M6 x 10 Flange Bolt
Right Leg
Set Screw
Left Leg
M6 x 10 Flange Bolt
M6 x 12 Flange Bolt
Hang Tabs should point straight down
and angle away from the leg.
Kennebec Surround Assembly
All fasteners have already been installed in the appropriate locations at the factory. You will need to remove
them, attach the parts together as described below and
re-install the fasteners at those locations.
1. Layout the parts. Place the castings face down on a
protective surface such as carpeting, blankets or a
sheet of cardboard. See fig. 12.
5. Attach the Assembly to the Firebox. Lift the entire
assembly upright and position it in front of the
insert firebox. The four Hang Tabs on the surround
legs must engage with the adjacent holes in the two
brackets on either side of the firebox opening. The
surround will easily engage with these brackets if the
firebox is slightly proud of the fireplace opening.
2. Attach the Breastplates to each other.
Use a 10 mm socket or wrench with two M6 x 10 hex
head flange bolts.
Hang the surround assembly on the firebox and push
the entire unit into position so that the surround is
flush against the fireplace face.
4. Optional: If you will be installing the a Mantel Heat
Shield, use the instructions included with that kit.
Optional Surround Panels and Mantel
Heat Shields
3. Attach the Leg plates. The Legs must be oriented
with the Hang Tabs on the inside edges as shown
in fig. 12. Use the two remaining M6 x 12 hex head
flange bolts to attach the Legs to the Breastplate assembly.
Final leg panel alignment can be adjusted by slightly
loosening or tightening those attachment bolts as
necessary.
Follow the installation instructions supplied with these
kits:
Steel Wide Surround / 47 3/4” x 34”#157213
Trimable Surround / 40” x 30”#157325
Mantel Heat Shield / for Standard Cast Surround #155346
Mantel Heat Shield / for Steel Wide Surround#157361
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3
6
2
5
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Blow
4
5
7
Hardware Bag Contents:
1. Power Switch
2. Power Cord Receptacle
3. Snapstat Extension Assembly
4. Air Deflector
5. #8 x 1/2” sheet metal screws, 4
6. Ground jumper wire
7. Power Cord
Tools Required:
• safety gloves and goggles
• 10 mm wrench
• 10 mm socket w/ 6” extension
• 1/4” nut driver
• flat head screwdriver
• small pliers
Figure 13. Blower hardware contents and orientation.
Blower Assembly
The blower is fully assembled, except for the wire
harness connections which depend on what side
you wish the power cord to be routed. The power
receptacle, control switch, and snapstat assembly
must all be installed on the same side. See fig. 13 for
part orientation.
1. Remove the Ash Lip if it has been installed.
2. Remove the Base Grill. Use a 10 mm wrench to
loosen the upper two M6 flange nuts at the back
of the grill. The two lower nuts should already
be loose. Lift the grill up to disengage it from the
side ash lip supports.
3. Remove the Ash Lip Support from the side where
the power receptacle and switch will be installed.
Use the 10mm socket with 6” extension to loosen
the two nuts (A, Fig. 14) that secure the panel to
the Base Plate.
C
B
C
A
Figure 14. Blower removal.
4. Loosen the two hex nuts (B, Fig. 14) and pull the
blower out of the firebox.
5. Remove the Blower Shroud with removal of two
hex nuts (C, Fig.14) from the shroud legs.
6. Insert the Control Switch and Power Receptacle:
Use a flat head screwdriver and pliers to pry the
knockouts from the appropriate ash lip support.
Work from the inside, to avoid marring the
outside surface. Insert the Power Switch in the
upper hole, and the Power Cord Receptacle into
the lower hole. See fig. 15.
7. Install Snapstat Assembly: Remove the snapstat knock-out from the same side of the Blower
Shroud. Run the snapstat leads through that hole
and attach the bracket to the Shroud using two #8
x 1/2” sheet metal screws. The clearance hole in the
shroud leg is for screwdriver access. See fig. 13.
12
Knock-out
Ashlip
Extension
Support
Figure 15.
Remove knock-outs and install inserts.
Switch
Power
Receptacle
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8. Attach the Air Deflector: Using the two remaining
#8 sheet metal screws, attach the Air Deflector to
the Blower Shroud on the same side as the snapstat
is installed. See fig. 13, parts 4 and 5.
9. Re-attach the Blower Shroud to the firebox base
using the two M6 x 12 flange head nuts previously
removed. Confirm that the snapstat assembly is in
direct contact with the firebox floor.
10.Replace the blower and re-tighten the mounting
nuts.
11. Connect the loose wires as shown in fig. 16.
Green: Remove the hex nut from the corner post
and attach the ring terminals of the two ground
leads to that post. Attach the jumper lead to the
middle Power Receptacle terminal.
White: Wire harness to lower Power Receptacle
Black: Wire harness to lower Switch terminal
Red: Wire harness to upper Switch terminal
Beige:
• Snapstat to middle Switch terminal
• Snapstat to upper Power Receptacle
12.Re-attach the Blower Shroud to the firebox base
using the two M6 x 12 flange head nuts previously
removed. Confirm that the snapstat assembly is in
direct contact with the firebox floor.
13.Replace the blower and re-tighten the mounting
nuts.
14.Replace the Ash Lip Support and tighten the nuts.
15. Replace the Grill and Ash Lip.
16. Plug the power cord into the receptacle and run the
cord to the nearest house current outlet.
HI
OFF
LO
R
BR
B
BR
Power
Receptacle
G
W
Blower Wire
Harness
Figure 16. Wiring orientation.
The two-speed blower will enhance heat circulation
around the firebox and out into the room. The blower
is controlled by a heat activated switch (snapstat) that
will ONLY function when the control switch is in either
the HI or LOW setting. After the fire has been burning for
a time, the snapstat will react to the heat and activate
the blower, if the switch is in the HI or LOW position.
Conversely, the blower will continue to operate until the
snapstat cools as the fire wanes. The blower will then
shut off automatically.
For best performance, do not turn the switch on until
after the fire is well-established.
If the blower is not needed, place the blower control
switch in the OFF position.
Blower Maintenance
In order to ensure that the blower delivers many years
of reliable performance, you should inspect it regularly
and clean it of any household dust and debris that may
have accumulated. This is particularly important if
there are any pets in the home.
Switch
BR
Blower Operation
Ground
Post
G
ALWAYS DISCONNECT THE BLOWER FROM THE
POWER SOURCE BEFORE CLEANING. Use a vacuum with
soft brush attachment to clean the blower housing
and compartment, as well as the area under the insert
firebox.
Color Key
BG - Beige
R- Red
B- Black
W- White
G- Green
Figure 17.
Blower Wiring
Diagram
THIS BLOWER MUST BE ELECTRICALLY GROUNDED
IN ACCORDANCE WITH LOCAL CODES OR, IN THE
ABSENCE OF LOCAL CODES, WITH THE CURRENT
ANSI/NFPA 70, NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE OR CSA
C22.1-CANADIAN ELECTRICAL CODE.
THIS UNIT IS SUPPLIED WITH A THREE-PRONG
(GROUNDING) PLUG FOR PROTECTION AGAINST
SHOCK HAZARD AND SHOULD BE PLUGGED
DIRECTLY INTO A PROPERLY GROUNDED THREEPRONG RECEPTACLE. DO NOT CUT OR REMOVE THE
GROUNDING PRONG FROM THE PLUG.
ALWAYS DISCONNECT THE POWER SUPPLY WHEN
PERFORMING ANY SERVICE ON THE FIREPLACE INSERT.
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Operation
Read the following section carefully before building a
fire in your Jøtul C 450 Fireplace Insert.
Combustion Efficiency
The Jøtul C 450 has an EPA tested High Heating Value
(HHV) efficiency rate of 72.57. There are aspects of
efficiency that you should be aware of in order to get the
most from your stove.
Operation habits and fuel moisture can have a
significant effect on efficiency. Poorly seasoned wood
having a higher than optimum moisture content, can
reduce the amount of energy transferred tothe living
area as a result of the energy expended to evaporate
the excess fuel moisture in order for the wood to burn.
Operational aspects, such as not building a robust
kindling fire to readily ignite the larger fuel pieces, can
result in an inefficient smoldering fire. Additionally,
most modern wood heaters’ optimum performance and
efficiency are at the medium to medium -low burn rates.
The location of the stove can have a significant
effect on heating efficiency, primarily in regards to
distribution of the heat. For example, a wood heater
centrally located in the residence in an open living area
will likely provide better circulation of heat than will a
stove located in a room adjacent to the larger living area.
Minimize Carbon Monoxide Emissions
Testing the C 450 to CSA B414.1-10 measured carbon
monoxide emissions at 107.09 g/hr. Most means of combustion produce some level of CO, including wood fires.
Proper operation techniques, as outlined in this manual,
will help ensure minimum emission output. Maintaining a well-established fire and avoiding operation that
produces a smouldering, smoky fire, will greatly reduce
CO levels.
It is highly recommended that a CO monitor (detector)
be installed in the same room as the stove. The monitor,
however, should be located as far away as possible from
the stove to avoid alert soundings when adding fuel to
the fire.
Wood Fuel and Performance
The C 450 is designed to burn natural wood only. Higher
efficiencies and lower emissions generally result when
burning air-dried, seasoned hardwoods, as opposed to
softwoods, green or freshly cut hardwoods. Wood that has
been air-dried for a period of 6 to 14 months will provide the
cleanest, most efficient heat. Wood seasoned more than 2
years will burn too quickly to take advantage of the stove’s
low end efficiency strength.
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A seasoned log will have check marks on the ends and
be lighter than an unseasoned log which will show little
or no check marks.
We recommend using a moisture meter to determine
the moisture content of your wood. For purposes of
home heating, your fuel should have a moisture content
between 12 - 20%. Wood with higher moisture content
will burn, however, very inefficiently. Most of its heat
value will be lost to driving water out of the wood.
Worse, that moisture will condense as creosote in the
relatively cool chimney flue, increasing the potential
for a chimney fire. Use of unseasoned wood defeats the
purpose of any modern wood-burning stove.
DO NOT BURN:
• Coal;
• Garbage;
• Synthetic fuel or logs;
• Material containg rubber, including tires;
• Material containing plastics;
• Waste petroleum products, asphalt products, paints,
paint thinners or solvents;
• Materials containing asbestos;
• Construction or demolitioin debris;
• Railroad ties or pressure-treated wood;
• Manure or animal remains;
• Salt water driftwood or other previously salt-water;
saturated materials;
• Unseasoned wood; or
• Paper products, cardboard, plywood, or particle board.
(The prohibition against burning these materials does
not prohibit the use of fire starters made from paper,
cardboard, saw dust, wax or similar substances for the
purpose of starting a fire.)
The burning of any of these materials can result
in the release of toxic fumes, or render the heater
ineffective and cause smoke. Never use gasoline,
gasoline-type lantern fuel, kerosene, charcoal lighter
fluid, or similar liquids to start or “freshen-up” the fire.
Always keep such liquids away from the heater at all
times.
C 450 Kennebec Functionality
When used with dry wood and a well-drafting chimney
system, modern non-catalytic wood stoves burn fuel
efficiently by the precise control and delivery of primary
and secondary air to the fire. See fig. 18.
Primary Air is drawn into an inlet at the rear of the
firebox and directed through a regulator shutter under
the front door before entering the lower fire chamber.
Additional primary air is directed to the top of the front
door to act as an air wash which may prevent extreme
soot build-up on the glass panel. The amount of primary
air available to the fire determines the intensity of heat
output and rate of fuel combustion; the greater the
amount of air, the greater the heat output, the faster the
wood burns. The primary air setting also determines the
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effectiveness of the air wash over the glass; the higher the
setting, the cleaner the glass will remain. Additional air
is separately directed into the top of the fire chamber to
support combustion of exhaust gasses before passing
out of the stove. This unregulated Secondary Air enters
through the inlet in the rear of the firebox and is heated
as it passes over the back into a two-tiered manifold
at the top of the firechamber. Volatile gases, released
unburned from the fuel bed, rise to the baffle where they
are turbulently mixed with the hot, fresh oxygen. Secondary combustion then occurs before the gases pass into the
heat exchange chamber.
Air Control Settings
A single lever regulates the Primary Air flow that
controls the intensity of the fire and consequent heat
output and burn time. This lever is located within the
slot on the upper right front of the fireplace insert. See
fig. 19
When first starting or reviving the fire, the control
lever should be set at the far right position to allow
the maximum amount of air into the stove. See fig.15.
After the fire is well-established, the lever should be set
at position to moderate incoming air to maintain the
desired long term heat output and/or burn time.
Figure 18. Air Flow Diagram.
In general, the more air made available to the fuel
will result in the hottest fire intensity and the fastest
fuel consumption. Alternatively, the less air made
available to the firebox will result in low heat output
Break-in Period
The cast iron parts of your fireplace insert require a
break-in process to allow them to gradually adjust to
thermal expansion and contraction. This is accomplished
by building a series of three or four fires, each somewhat
hotter than the last. Allow the fireplace insert to cool
completely before building the next fire.
Limit the first fire to just kindling and a couple of 1 -2
inch logs and add progressively more and larger logs to
subsequent fires, keeping the Air Control set to the fully
open position.
It is normal for a new fireplace insert to emit
odor and possibly smoke during the first few fires.
This is characteristic of the burn-off of residues from
the manufacturing process and the curing of painted
surfaces. Open a window near the fireplace insert to
provide plenty of fresh air to the room during this
“seasoning” period.
DO NOT OVER-FIRE THIS APPLIANCE. IF ANY PART
OF THE INSERT OR CHIMNEY GLOWS RED, YOU ARE
OVER-FIRING. A HOUSE FIRE OR SERIOUS DAMAGE
TO THE STOVE OR CHIMNEY COULD RESULT. IF THIS
CONDITION OCCURS, IMMEDIATELY CLOSE THE AIR
CONTROL.
CLOSED
OPEN
Figure 19. Air Control Setting
ALWAYS WEAR STOVE GLOVES WHILE TENDING THE
FIRE.
NEVER ALLOW THE FIRE TO REST DIRECTLY ON THE
GLASS. KEEP THE LOGS SPACED AT LEAST ONE INCH
FROM THE GLASS TO ALLOW FOR PROPER AIR FLOW
WITHIN THE STOVE. AVOID STRIKING THE GLASS.
OPERATE THE INSERT ONLY WITH THE DOOR FULLY
CLOSED. OPERATION WITH THE DOOR PARTIALLY
OPEN MAY RESULT IN OVER-FIRING. IF THE DOOR
IS LEFT PARTIALLY OPEN, GAS AND FLAME MAY
BE DRAWN OUT OF THE STOVE CREATING SAFETY
RISKS FROM BOTH FIRE AND SMOKE
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Starting and Maintaining a Fire
Burn only solid wood directly on the bottom grate of the stove.
Do not elevate the fire in any way.
Traditional Fire Building
1. With the primary air control lever in the full open
position (to the right), start with several sheets of
crumbled newspaper placed directly on the grate. On
top of the newspaper, place several pieces of small
dry kindling (approx. 1” in diameter) with two to three
larger logs (approx. 3” to 5” in diameter) on top.
2. Light the fire and close the door, slowly building the
fire by adding larger and larger logs. Be sure to follow
the break-in procedure before creating a hot fire that
might damage the stove.
3. Once the fire has become well established, adjust the
primary air control lever as necessary to generate the
desired heat output and burn time.
Top-Down Fire Building - See fig. 20.
Many people find this method to be superior to the
traditional method.
1. With the primary air control lever in the full open
position (to the right), place two short 1/4-split logs on
the firebox floor, perpendicular to the rear wall, about
6 inches apart.
2. Place kindling across the base logs.
3. Place one or two smaller logs on top of the kindling.
5. Place newspaper between the two bottom logs under
the kindling. Light the news paper and close the door.
Continue to add kindling and small logs as necessary
to build the fire. Keep the air control fully open until
the fire is well-established.
Adding Fuel to the Fire
When reloading the stove while a bed of hot embers
still exists, follow this reloading procedure:
• Always wear stove gloves when tending to the fire.
• Push the Air Control Lever to the full open position
(far right).
• Wait a few seconds before opening the door. This
allows the renewed air circulation to clear unburned
gases from the firebox.
• Use a stove tool or poker to distribute the hot embers
equally around the firebox.
• Load the fuel, usually with smaller logs first.
• Close the doors and secure the latch.
• Wait 5 – 10 minutes for the fire to re-establish before
adjusting the Air Control Lever for the desired heat
output. If a thick bed of live coals is present, you may
be able to add fuel and immediately set the air control without waiting for the fire to be re-established.
Creosote Formation
The Jøtul C 450 is designed to burn wood cleanly and
efficiently when operated as described in this manual.
However, when wood is burned slowly and at low
temperatures, tar and other organic vapors are produced
which condense on the relatively cooler chimney flue
surfaces to form creosote. Failure to keep the chimney
system free of creosote build up could result in a
chimney fire.
The creosote that accumulates in the chimney
is highly flammable and is the fuel of chimney fires.
To prevent chimney fires, it is important to have the
chimney flue and connector pipe inspected every two
months during frequent use and cleaned whenever
accumulation of 1/4” or more is evident. A qualified
chimney sweep or other authorized service person can
provide this service.
It is also important to remember that chimney size,
temperature and height all affect draft which in turn
affects the formation of creosote. An exterior chimney,
whether masonry or prefabricated steel, will be exposed to
cold outside temperatures, and consequently, will be more
prone to creosote accumulation than an interior flue.
A chimney flue located within the home interior
will benefit from the insulating characteristics of the
building itself. Consequently, the flue system will be
less conducive to condensation of unburned gases and
minimal creosote accumulation will result.
As a general rule, try to avoid burning the insert at
the lowest air control settings. Although a low setting
will prolong burn time, it may also result in incomplete
combustion. In reducing the fire intensity, draft is
weakened and the chimney flue cools. This, together
with the increase in unburned gases, leads to rapid
creosote accumulation.
Figure 20. Top-down Firebuilding
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Maintenance
Glass Removal
Ash Removal
Always wear stove gloves when handling ashes.
Ash removal will be required periodically depending on
how frequently the stove is used. Use a steel ash shovel
and metal container with a tight-fitting lid. NEVER USE
A PAPER OR PLASTIC BAG AS AN ASH RECEPTACLE.
The container of ashes should be placed on a
noncombustible floor or on the ground, well away from
all combustible materials, pending final disposal. If the
ashes are disposed of by burial in soil or otherwise dispersed, they should be kept in the closed container until
all coals and cinders have thoroughly cooled.
Glass Care
Cleaning
Occasionally it will be necessary to clean the carbon
deposits and fly ash off of the glass. If deposits are allowed to remain on the glass for an extended period of
time, the glass may become etched and cloudy.
Creosote deposits should burn off during the next hot
fire.
1. The Glass must be COMPLETELY COOL.
2. Only use a cleaner that is specifically designed for
this purpose. DO NOT USE ABRASIVE CLEANING
AGENTS, OR THOSE CONTAINING AMMONIA. The use
of abrasives will damage the glass, leaving a frosted
surface. Ammonia will etch the glass to the same
effect. Crumpled newspaper is an especially good
cleaning material.
3. Rinse and dry glass completely before lighting a fire.
Always operate the doors slowly and cautiously to
avoid cracking or breaking the glass. Never use the
door to push wood into the firebox. If the glass
becomes cracked or broken follow the replacement
procedure below.
IMPORTANT:
REPLACE GLASS ONLY WITH JØTUL CERAMIC
GLASS SPECIFICALLY DESIGNED FOR THE
JØTUL C 450 FIREPLACE INSERT:
PART #220356 (TWO) - FOR DOUBLE DOORS
PART #222991 - FOR THE SINGLE DOOR DO
NOT USE SUBSTITUTES. REPLACEMENT
GLASS PANELS CAN BE ORDERED THROUGH
YOUR JØTUL DEALER.
NEVER OPERATE THE STOVE WITH A
CRACKED OR BROKEN GLASS PANEL.
1. Remove the door from the stove and place on a flat
surface.
2. Carefully remove all of the glass clips from the inside
of the door. See fig. 21a for Single Door / fig. 21b for
Double Doors.
3. Gently remove all pieces of the glass panel and gasket.
4. Remove all remaining debris from the glass area using
a wire brush.
5. Apply a small bead of gasket/stove cement and the
new gasket. Do not overlap the ends of the gasket
rope.
6. Center the new glass panel over the gasket and
reinstall the glass clips.
7. It may be necessary to retighten the glass clips after
the stove has burned and the gasket has been seated.
Door Casting
Cast Iron Door
Gasket
Glass Panel
Glass Clip
Glass Clip
Glass Panel
Gasket
Figure 21a. Single Door Glass Assembly Parts.
M6 x 8 mm
Pan Head
Screw
Figure 21b. Double Door Glass Assembly Parts.
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General Maintenance
Regular maintenance will assure proper performance and prolong the life of your Jøtul C 450.
The following procedures do not take long and are
generally inexpensive. When done consistently, they
will help increase the life of your fireplace insert
and assure satisfactory performance.
• Thoroughly clean the insert. Enamel surfaces
should be cleaned with soap and water.
• Empty firebox of all soot and ashes. Never use a
household vacuum cleaner to remove ashes. Only
a shop vac with a metal container is acceptable
and only when you are certain the ashes are cold.
Gaskets
Check door and glass gaskets for seal integrity.
The gaskets should be soft enough to be somewhat
resilient to the touch. Over time, gaskets will compress
and harden. Replace worn-out or hardened gaskets with
the appropriate size material available from your local
Authorized Jøtul Dealer.
To check the seal of the front doors, close and latch the
doors on a dollar bill and slowly try to pull the dollar bill
free. The seal is too loose if the bill can be easily removed. Adjust the door latch and test again.
• Inspect the firebox using a utility light inside and
out for cracks or leaks. Replace all cracked bricks
and repair leaks with furnace cement.
Gasket Replacement
Removing the Insert for Annual Cleaning
1. Remove the old gasket material with a pliers and
thoroughly clean the channel with a wire brush.
U.S. Direct-connection Only:
1. Lift the Ashlip from the Ashlip Extension.
2. Remove the Surround Panel assembly by grasping the lower lip of the Breastplates and lifting it
up and off of the firebox cabinet. There are four
tabs that must be disengaged from the hangers
on either side.
3. Remove the three screws that attach the flue
connector to the flue collar, and disengage the it
from the insert.
4. Pull the firebox and cabinet forward as a unit.
The flue connector, liner, and chimney can now
be inspected and cleaned.
5. See the Installation section of this manual for
reassembly procedures.
Canada Installations (Full Reline):
Remove the combustion baffle from the firebox by
lifting it up and tilting it back down and out. The
chimney can be swept directly into a bucket placed
under the flue outlet.
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See the Parts List on page 21 to order the correct
gasket material. Universal Gasket Kit #157050 is also
available.
2. Lay out the new gasket around the channel to determine length. Trim the gasket to leave 1” excess.
2. Apply a small bead of furnace cement in the channel.
3. Lightly press the new gasket into the channel, being careful to avoid compressing or stretching it.
Trim the gasket further as necessary to allow the
tail end to slightly overlap the other end.
4. Wait ten minutes to allow the cement to set and
then close and latch the doors. Reopen the doors
and, using a damp cloth, wipe away any excess
cement that may be squeezed out from under the
gasket.
Firebricks
DO NOT OPERATE THE STOVE WITH BROKEN OR
MISSING BRICKS.
See fig. 25, page 21 and the parts listing on page 22 for
the confiiguration and part number of any firebricks
that require replacement. Order through your local
Jøtul Authorized Dealer.
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Appendix A
Alternate Floor Protection
All floor protection materials must be non-combustible
i.e.. metal, brick, stone, or mineral fiberboards. No combustible material may be used to protect the floor in
front of the fireplace insert.
Follow this procedure to determine if a proposed
alternate floor material meets the requirements listed in
this manual.
R-value = Thermal Resistance
K-value = Thermal Conductivity
C-value = Thermal Conductance
1. Convert the specification to R-value;
a. If R-value is given, no conversion is needed.
b. If K-value is given with a required thickness (t) in inches: R = 1/K X T.
c. If C-value is given: R = 1/C.
Definitions:
Thermal Conductance =
C=
Btu
=
W (Hr)(ft2)(f)
(m2)(k)
Thermal Conductivity =
K=
Btu
=
W
= (Btu)
(Hr)(ft2)(f)
(m2)(k)
(hr)(ft)(f)
Thermal Resistance =
R=
Btu
(Hr)(ft2)(f)
= (m2)(k)
W
= (Btu)(inch)
(hr)(ft2)(f)
The Jøtul C450 Fireplace Insert requires floor protection
having a minimum insulating R-value of 2.92.
2. Determine the R-value of the proposed alternate floor
protector.
a. Use the formula in Step 1 to convert values not
expressed as “R ”.
b. For multiple layers, add R-values of each layer to
determine overall R-value.
3. If the overall R-value of the system is greater than the
R-value of the specified floor protector, the alternate is
acceptable.
Example:
The specified floor protector should be 3/4” thick material
with a K-factor of 0.84. The proposed alternate is 4” brick
with a C-factor of 1.25 over 1/8 inch mineral board with a
K-factor of 0.29.
Step A. Use formula above to convert specifications to R-value. R = 1/K x T = 1/.84 x .75 = .893
Step B.
Calculate r of proposed system.
4 ” brick of C - 1.25, therefore
R brick = 1/C = 1/1.25 = 0.80
1/8 ” mineral board of K = 0.29, therefore
R mineral board = 1/.29 x 0.125 = 0.431 Total R = R brick + R mineral board =
0.8 + 0.431 = 1.231
Step C. Compare proposed system R = 1.231 to specified R of 0.893. Since R is greater than required, the system is acceptable.
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Appendix B
These clearances apply only to Jøtul
C 450 fireplace inserts built before
December 30, 2014 and having serial
numbers lower than 14251.
Hearth protection requirements are the same
as specified on page 8 of this manual.
Minimum Clearances
Clearances are measured from the hearth surface,
door opening, or centerline as noted below.
A: Hearth Protection, width from centerline............ ............................................................... 20” (508 mm)
B: Hearth Protection, forward from the door opening ................................................................. 18” (457 mm)
C: Side Trim, 1” max. thickness, from centerline........
................................................................ 20 3/4” (527 mm)
D: Side Room Wall .......................... 44 1/4” (1124 mm)
E: Mantel- with no Heat Shield:
3 1/2” (90 mm)............................. 49 1/2” (1257 mm)
Figure 23. Mantel Clearances - measured from the
hearth surface to the lowest mantel surface.
F: Mantel- with no Heat Shield:
12” (304 mm) max. depth - 55 1/2” (1410 mm)
Figure 22. Clearance Diagram - No Heat Shielding
Mantel Clearance with
Optional Heat Shield 155346
Clearance may be reduced as shown in fig. 8b.
Maximum approved Mantel Depth is 12”.
Clearance is measured from the hearth to the bottom
of the mantel as illustrated.
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Figure 24. Mantel Clearances, with Mantel Heat Shield
155346 - measured from the hearth to the mantel.
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Jøtul C 450 Fireplace Insert
Illustrated Parts Breakdown
10
11
6
5
Kennebec Classic Style
Surround Assembly
4
3
36
48
32
34
35
45
40 41
31
44
47
48
40
9
42
59
18
67
63
39
27
62
64
12
13
65
61
16
14
66
19
45
46
24
23
25
30
2
21
22
26
49
28
29
58
17
43
1
68
20
15
74
75
69
67
Kennebec Clean Face
Components
27
Figure 25. See parts listing on next page.
29
70
71
76
72
77
73
78
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Jøtul C 450 Parts List
No. Description
Part Number
1.
Control Door, Vertical Grille - Matte Black
157042
Control Door, Vertical Grille - Blue Black
157041
2.
Ashlip - Matte Black
10397992
Ashlip - Blue Black 10397927
3.
Kenn. Surround Leg, Left - Matte Black 10425992
Kenn. Surround Leg , Left - Blue Black 10425927
4.
Kenn. Surround Leg, Right - Matte Black 10426092
Kenn. Surround Leg, Right - Blue Black
10426027
5.
Kenn. Breastplate, Left - Matte Black
10425792
Kenn. Breastplate, Left - Blue Black
10425727
6.
Kenn. Breastplate, Right - Matte Black
10425892
Kenn. Breastplate, Right - Blue Black
10425827
9.Firebox 220317
10. Shroud Front, Adjustable, Replacement - MB
22569692
Shroud Front, Adjustable, Replacement - JI
22569685
11. Shroud, Cabinet Sleeve
220315
12. Shroud, Back Panel
220312
13. Air Inlet Collar, 3” dia.
220502
14. Air Channel, Back / Bottom
220308
15. Shroud, Bottom
22422392
16. Air Channel, Front
220307
17. Air Valve Handle
157392
18. Front Plate
103973
19. Blower Shroud (Heat Shield) 224711
20. Blower Base
224709
21. Ashlip Support - Right
22471392
22. Ashlip Support - Left
22471492
23. Air Divider
220533
24. Rocker Switch, Blower Control 129330
25. Power Cord Receptacle, Blower
220503
26. Ground Jumper, Blower
155344
27. Hang Tab
129680
28. Door Latch 220340
29. Roll Pin, 5 x 32
117991
30. Door Handle (Stove Tool)
157262
31. Air Manifold, Secondary
220305
32. Baffle Plate
103983
33.
34.
35.
36.
37.
38.
39.
40.
41.
42.
43.
44.
45.
22
Latch, Receiver - Double Door
Air Slider
Inspection Cover
Brick Retainer
Hang Tab, Surround Panels, (4) not shown
Glass Panel, (2) - Double Door
Glass Retainer, (4)
Refractory Brick, (13)
Refractory Brick, 9” x 2” (2)
Refractory Brick, 1 5/8” x 4 1/2” (1)
Refractory Brick, 9” x 3” (2)
Gasket, 3/8” LD Rope ( Baffle)
Gasket, 1/4” LD Rope / Self-adhesive (Glass)
220349
104082
103985
103984
224144
220356
153620
129082
220390
220391
220518
100038
200024
No. Description
Part Number
46.
47.
48.
49.
51.
52.
Gasket, 3/8” LD Rope (Front Plate, Doors)
Gasket, Inspection Cover
Baffle Support, (2)
Blower Miscellaneous Hardware Kit
Baffle Assembly, Complete 58.
Front Assembly, Single Door - Matte Black
157039
59.
60.
61.
62.
63.
64.
65.
66.
67.
68.
Front Assembly, Single Door - Blue Black
Replacement Single Door - Matte Black
Replacement Single Door - Blue Black
Control Door, Vertical Grille - Matte Black
Control Door, Vertical Grille - Blue Black
Glass Panel, Single Door
Latch Receiver, Single Door
Hinge Pin, Black (2)
Hinge Pin, Nickel (2)
M6 x 16 Socket Head Cap Screw, (2)
Latch Adjustment Shims, (3)
Blower Snapstat, 110/-20°F Ceramic
M6 x 12mm Flange Hex Hd Bolt
Power Cord
157038
157036
157035
157042
157041
222991
225398
127075
125960
117703
225870
155341
117130
220527
Kennebec Clean Face Parts
69. Clean Face Door, Matte Black (inc. gasket)
70. Offset Door Handle Replacement Kit
71.
Offset Latch, Blk Oxide
72. Surround Leg, Left - Clean Face - Matte Black
73. Surround Leg, Right - Clean Face - Matte Black
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Surround Breastplate, Left - Clean Face - Matte Black
75. Surround Breastplate, Right - Clean Face - Matte Black
76. Bolt, M6 x 10 mm Hex Hd Flange
77.
Hang Tab, steel
78. Wooden Handle Assembly (Door Tool)
Jøtul C 450 Options
100038
220513
220306
155342
155613
155309
157872
157852
225862
157873
157874
157875
157876
9962
129680
157635
Mantel Heat Shield / for cast iron surrounds................................. 155346
Mantel Heat Shield / for steel wide surround................................ 157325
Trimable Surround, 40” x 30” / Matte Black.................................. 157325
Steel Wide Surround, 47 3/4” x 34” / Matte Black ..........................157213
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Jøtul C 450 Kennebec
Limited Warranty
4) Damage to enamel finish including chipping, mechanical or chemical abrasion, crazing, staining, or rust caused by high humidity or
salt air environments.
Effective January 1, 2013
This warranty policy applies to wood-burning products identified by Jøtul and
Scan trade names, as set forth below.
5) Damage from or repair of rust. Use of a stove-top steamer can cause
rust.
A. LIMITED LIFETIME WARRANTY, parts only:
Jøtul North America Inc. (JØTUL) warrants, to the original retail purchaser, that
those baffle and air manifold components of the Jøtul or Scan Stove or Fireplace Insert specified above will be free of defects in material and workmanship for the life of the product. This warranty is subject to the terms, exclusions
and limitations set forth below.
B. LIMITED FIVE YEAR WARRANTY - Cast Iron and Steel Components:
JØTUL warrants, to the original retail purchaser, that those components of the
Jøtul or Scan Stove or Fireplace Insert specified above will be free of defects
in material and workmanship for a period of five (5) years from the date of
purchase. This warranty is subject to the terms, exclusions and limitations set
forth below.
C. LIMITED TWO YEAR WARRANTY - Enamel Finish:
JØTUL warrants, to the original retail purchaser, the enamel finish on cast
iron components of the Jøtul Stove or Fireplace Insert specified above against
peeling or fading for a period of two (2) years from the date of purchase. This
warranty is subject to the terms, exclusions and limitations set forth below.
D. LIMITED ONE YEAR WARRANTY - Electrical Components (blowers, thermostatic switches):
JØTUL warrants, to the original retail purchaser, that those components of the
Jøtul or Scan Stove or Fireplace Insert specified above will be free of defects
in material and workmanship for a period of one (1) year from the date of
purchase. This warranty is subject to the terms, exclusions, and limitations set
forth below:
7) Damage caused by unauthorized modification, use or repair.
JØTUL will repair or replace, at its option, any of the above components determined by JØTUL to be covered by this warranty. You must, at your own expense,
arrange to deliver or ship the component to an authorized Jøtul or Scan dealer
and arrange for pickup or delivery of the component after repairs have been
made. If, upon inspection, JØTUL determines that the component is covered by
this warranty, the repair or replacement will be made as set forth above. This
warranty is not transferable and is extended only to, and is solely for the benefit of, the original retail purchaser of the Jøtul or Scan Stove or Fireplace Insert.
This paragraph sets forth the sole remedy available under this warranty in the
event of any defect in the Jøtul Scan Stove or Fireplace Insert.
The warranty period for any replaced component will be the remaining
unexpired portion of the warranty period for the original component.
Please retain your dated sales receipt in your records as proof of purchase.
EXCLUSIONS AND LIMITATIONS
NOTICE: This warranty is void if installation or service is performed by someone
other than an authorized installer or service agency, or if installation is not
in conformance with the installation and operating instructions contained
in this owner’s manual or local and/or national fire and building regulations. A listing of local authorized installers, service agencies and gas suppliers can be obtained from the National Fireplace Institute at http://www.
nficertified.org/.
This warranty does not cover the following:
1) Repair or replacement of parts that are subject to normal wear and tear
during the warranty period or to parts that may require replacement in
connection with normal maintenance. These parts include paint, gaskets, burn plates, ceramic insulation blankets, skamol baffles and panels,
firebricks, fire grates, or glass (Ceramic glass is warranted against thermal
breakage only).
2) Damage due to incorrect installations not in conformance with the installation instructions contained in this owner’s manual or local and/or national
fire and building regulations.
3) Damage, including damage to enamel surfaces, caused by improper operation, over-firing, and/or misuse. Improper operation, such as burning the
stove with the ash door open, can damage the stove. Over-firing occurs
when any part of the stove glows red. Over-firing can also be identified by
warped plates, rust-colored cast iron, paint pigment that has turned dusty
white, or bubbling, cracking and discoloration of the enamel finish. Misuse
includes, without limitation, use that is not in conformance with the operating instructions contained in this owner’s manual.
6) Damage due to service performed by an installer or service agency,
unless otherwise agreed to in writing by JØTUL.
8) Costs incurred by travel time and/or loss of service.
9) Labor or other costs associated with the repair of components
beyond the warranty period.
10)Damage incurred while the Jøtul or Scan Stove or Fireplace is in
transit.
IN NO EVENT SHALL JØTUL, ITS PARENT COMPANY, SHAREHOLDERS,
AFFILIATES, OFFICERS, EMPLOYEES, AGENTS OR REPRESENTATIVES BE LIABLE OR RESPONSIBLE TO YOU FOR ANY SPECIAL, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL,
CONSEQUENTIAL, PUNITIVE OR OTHER SIMILAR DAMAGES, INCLUDING,
BUT NOT LIMITED TO, LOST PROFITS, LOST SALES, INJURY TO PERSON OR
PROPERTY, OR DAMAGES TO A STRUCTURE OR ITS CONTENTS, ARISING
UNDER ANY THEORY OF LAW WHATSOEVER. ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES,
INCLUDING THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND
FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, OR OTHERWISE, ARE LIMITED
IN DURATION TO THE LENGTH OF THIS WRITTEN WARRANTY. EXCEPT
AS EXPRESSLY SET FORTH HEREIN, JØTUL MAKES NO ORAL, WRITTEN
OR OTHER WARRANTY WITH RESPECT TO JØTUL OR SCAN STOVES OR
FIREPLACES.
Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental
or consequential damages, or limitations on the length of implied warranties. Therefore, the above exclusions or limitations may not apply
to you. This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may have
other rights, which vary from state to state.
JØTUL reserves the right to discontinue, modify or change the materials used to produce the Jøtul or Scan Stove or Fireplace Insert. JØTUL
shall have the right to replace any defective component with substitute
components determined by JØTUL to be of substantially equal quality
and price.
The dollar value of JØTUL’s liability for breach of this warranty shall be
limited exclusively to the cost of furnishing a replacement component.
JØTUL may at its discretion discharge all obligations by refunding the
wholesale price of any defective part or appliance. JØTUL shall in no
event be liable for any special, indirect or consequential damage of any
nature which is in excess of the original wholesale purchase price of
the product. JØTUL shall not in any event be liable for the cost of labor
expended by others in connection with any defective component. Any
costs or expenses beyond those expressly assumed by JØTUL under the
terms of this warranty shall be the sole responsibility of the owner(s) of
the Jøtul Stove or Fireplace.
No dealer, distributor, or other person is authorized to modify,
augment, or extend this limited warranty on behalf of JØTUL. NO
MODIFICATION OR CHANGE TO THIS WARRANTY WILL BE EFFECTIVE UNLESS IT IS MADE IN A WRITTEN DOCUMENT MANUALLY SIGNED BY AN
AUTHORIZED OFFICER OF JØTUL.
An authorized installer may have been provided with certain
information related particularly to the Jøtul or Scan Stove or Fireplace;
however, no authorized installer or other person who may service the
appliance is an agent of JØTUL. No inference should be made that
JØTUL has tested, certified, or otherwise pronounced any person as
qualified to install or service the appliance. JØTUL shall not be liable or
otherwise responsible for any error or omission by a person installing or
servicing a Jøtul or Scan Stove or Fireplace Insert.
If you believe your Jøtul or Scan Stove or Fireplace Insert is defective,
you should contact your nearest authorized Jøtul dealer, who will process a warranty claim. IN ORDER TO QUALIFY FOR WARRANTY COVERAGE, JØTUL MUST RECEIVE NOTICE OF A POSSIBLE DEFECT WITHIN SIXTY
(60) DAYS OF THE DATE THE DEFECT IS FIRST DISCOVERED, OR REASONABLY COULD HAVE BEEN DISCOVERED.
This warranty is given by Jøtul North America, Inc.,
55 Hutcherson Drive, Gorham, Maine 04038 USA
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January 2018
This appliance must be installed in conformance with local and national building regulations.
It is important that these instructions be carefully read and understood before beginning the installation.
Jøtul pursues a policy of continual product development. Consequently, products may differ in
specification, color or type of accessories from those illustrated or described in various publications.
Jøtul North America Inc.
55 Hutcherson Dr.
Gorham, Maine 04038
USA
Jøtul ASA
P.O. Box 1411
N-1602 Fredrikstad,
Norway
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