Owner’s Manual
Installation and Operation
Model: HE36CLX-S
HE36CLXLP-S
NOTICE
DO NOT DISCARD THIS MANUAL
• Important operating
and maintenance
instructions included.
• Read, understand and follow
these instructions for safe
installation and operation.
WARNING: If the information in these
instructions is not followed exactly, a fire
or explosion may result causing property
damage, personal injury, or death.
• Leave this manual with
party responsible for use
and operation.
WARNING
HOT GLASS WILL
CAUSE BURNS.
DO NOT TOUCH GLASS
UNTIL COOLED.
NEVER ALLOW CHILDREN
TO TOUCH GLASS.
• DO NOT store or use gasoline or other flammable vapors and liquids in the vicinity of this
or any other appliance.
• What to do if you smell gas
- DO NOT try to light any appliance.
- DO NOT touch any electrical switch. DO
NOT use any phone in your building.
- Immediately call your gas supplier from a
neighbor’s phone. Follow the gas supplier’s instructions.
- If you cannot reach your gas supplier, call
the fire department.
• Installation and service must be performed
by a qualified installer, service agency, or the
gas supplier.
D
DI O N
SC OT
AR
D
A barrier designed to reduce the risk of burns
from the hot viewing glass is provided with this
appliance and shall be installed.
Installation and service of this appliance should be
performed by qualified personnel. Hearth & Home
Technologies suggests NFI certified or factory trained
professionals, or technicians supervised by an NFI
certified professional.
Installation and service of this appliance should be performed by a
Hearth & Home Technologies factory-trained Energy Pro technician.
Heat & Glo • HE36CLX-S • 2183-900 Rev. H • 1/14
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Read this manual before installing or operating this appliance.
Please retain this owner’s manual for future reference.
A. Congratulations
This owner’s manual should be retained for future
reference. We suggest that you keep it with your other
important documents and product manuals.
Congratulations on selecting a Heat & Glo gas fireplace, an
elegant and clean alternative to wood burning fireplaces.
The Heat & Glo gas fireplace you have selected is designed
to provide the utmost in safety, reliability, and efficiency.
The information contained in this owner’s manual, unless
noted otherwise, applies to all models and gas control
systems.
As the owner of a new fireplace, you’ll want to read and
carefully follow all of the instructions contained in this
owner’s manual. Pay special attention to all cautions and
warnings.
Your new Heat & Glo gas fireplace will give you years of
durable use and trouble-free enjoyment. Welcome to the
Heat & Glo family of fireplace products!
Homeowner Reference Information
We recommend that you record the following pertinent
information about your fireplace.
Model Name: ___________________________________________ Date purchased/installed: __________________
Serial Number:__________________________________________ Location on fireplace: _____________________
Dealership purchased from: _______________________________ Dealer Phone: __________________________
Notes: _______________________________________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________________________________________
Listing Label Information/Location
Type of Gas
The model information regarding your specific fireplace can be found on
the rating plate usually located in the control area of the fireplace.
Heat & Glo, a brand of Hearth & Home Technologies
7571 215th Street West, Lakeville, MN 55044
Not for use with solid fuel.
(Ne doit pas entre utilise avec un combustible solide).
Type of Gas (Sorte De Gaz)
Gaz)::
NATURAL GAS
This appliance must be installed in accordance with local codes, if any; if not, follow ANSI Z223.1
in the USA or CAN/CGA B149 installation codes. (Installer l’appareil selon les codes ou reglements
locaux ou, en l’absence de tels reglements, selon les codes d’installation CAN/CGA-B149.)
ANSI Z21XX-XXXX · CSA 2.XX-MXX
Gas and Electric
Information
Minimum Permissible Gas Supply for Purposes of Input Adjustment.
Approved Minimum (De Gaz) Acceptable
0.0 in w.c.
Maximum Pressure (Pression)
0.0 in w.c.
(Po. Col. d’eau)
(Po. Col. d’eau)
Maximum Manifold Pressure (Pression)
0.0 in w.c.
(Po. Col. d’eau)
Minimum Manifold Pressure (Pression)
0.0 in w.c.
(Po. Col. d’eau)
Total Electrical Requirements: 000Vac, 00Hz., less than 00 Amperes
ALTITUDE:
MAX. INPUT BTUH:
MIN. INPUT BTUH:
ORIFICE SIZE:
2
0-0000 FT.
00,000
00,000
#XXXXX
IN CANADA
0000-0000FT.
00,000
00,000
#XXXXX
MADE IN USA
Model:
(Modele):
XXXXXXXX
Serial
(Serie):
XXXXXXXX
Heat & Glo • HE36CLX-S • 2183-900 Rev. H • 1/14
Model Number
Serial Number
Safety Alert Key:
•
•
•
•
DANGER! Indicates a hazardous situation which, if not avoided will result in death or serious injury.
WARNING! Indicates a hazardous situation which, if not avoided could result in death or serious injury.
CAUTION! Indicates a hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in minor or moderate injury.
NOTICE: Used to address practices not related to personal injury.
Table of Contents
1 Listing and Code Approvals
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
F.
G.
H.
Appliance Certification . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Glass Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
BTU Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
High Altitude Installations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Non-Combustible Materials Specification. . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Combustible Materials Specification . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Electrical Codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Requirements for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts . .
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7
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2 Operating Instructions
Gas Fireplace Safety . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Your Fireplace . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Clear Space . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Decorative Doors and Fronts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Fixed Glass Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Wireless Thermostat . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Before Lighting Fireplace . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Lighting Instructions (DSI) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
After Fireplace is Lit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Surface Temperatures Above Fireplace . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Frequently Asked Questions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
3 Maintenance and Service
A. Maintenance Tasks-Homeowner . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
B. Maintenance Tasks-Qualified Service Technician . . . . . . 14
Installer Guide
Typical Appliance System. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Design and Installation Considerations . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Tools and Supplies Needed . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Inspect Appliance and Components . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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5 Framing and Clearances
A.
B.
C.
D.
Selecting Appliance Location . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Constructing the Appliance Chase . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Clearances . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Mantel and Wall Projections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Approved Pipe . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Vent Table Key . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Use of Elbows . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Measuring Standards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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8 Vent Clearances and Framing
A. Wall Penetration Framing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
B. Install the Ceiling Firestop . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
D. Install Attic Insulation Shield . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
9 Appliance Preparation
10 Installing Vent Pipe
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
F.
G.
Assemble Vent Sections (CVP Pipe only) . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
Assemble Slip Sections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
Secure the Vent Sections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
Disassemble Vent Sections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
Vertical Termination . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
Install Storm Collar & Vertical Vent Cap . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
Install Horizontal Termination Cap (CVP-HCK) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
11 Condensate Removal System
A. Condensate Removal System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
B. Winterizing Condensate Removal System . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
12 Control Module Sequence of Operation
A. Sequence of Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
13 Gas Information
4 Getting Started
A.
B.
C.
D.
A.
B.
C.
D.
A. Securing and Leveling the Appliance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
B. Heat Ducting Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
C. Filtered Return Air Duct . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
User Guide
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
F.
G.
H.
I.
J.
K.
7 Vent Information and Diagrams
18
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20
6 Termination Locations
A.
B.
C.
D.
Fuel Conversion . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Gas Pressure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Gas Connection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
High Altitude Installations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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38
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39
14 Electrical Information
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
F.
G.
Wiring Requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Optional Components. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Dampers Wiring Requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Electrical Service and Repair . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Equipment Interface Module (EIM). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Junction Box Installation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Convection Blower Safety Switch. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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A. Vent Termination Minimum Clearances . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
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A. Congratulations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
B. Limited Lifetime Warranty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
15 Finishing
A.
B.
C.
D.
Splatter Guard . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Mantel and Wall Projections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Facing Material . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Doors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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46
16 Appliance Setup
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
F.
G.
H.
I.
J.
K.
L.
Remove the Shipping Materials . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Clean the Appliance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Disengage Firebox from Outer Shell . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Engage Support Wheels . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Fixed Glass Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Refractory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Teco-Sil Placement. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Ember Placement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Install the Log Assembly. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Air Shutter Setting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Wireless Thermostat . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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17 Reference Materials
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A. Appliance Dimension Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56
B. Vent Components Diagrams . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57
C. Contact Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59
 = Contains updated information.
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B. Limited Lifetime Warranty
Hearth & Home Technologies
LIMITED LIFETIME WARRANTY
Hearth & Home Technologies, on behalf of its hearth brands (”HHT”), extends the following warranty for HHT
gas, wood, pellet, coal and electric hearth appliances that are purchased from an HHT authorized dealer.
WARRANTY COVERAGE:
HHT warrants to the original owner of the HHT appliance at the site of installation, and to any transferee taking ownership
of the appliance at the site of installation within two years following the date of original purchase, that the HHT appliance
will be free from defects in materials and workmanship at the time of manufacture. After installation, if covered components manufactured by HHT are found to be defective in materials or workmanship during the applicable warranty period,
HHT will, at its option, repair or replace the covered components. HHT, at its own discretion, may fully discharge all of its
obligations under such warranties by replacing the product itself or refunding the verified purchase price of the product
itself. The maximum amount recoverable under this warranty is limited to the purchase price of the product. This warranty
is subject to conditions, exclusions and limitations as described below.
WARRANTY PERIOD:
Warranty coverage begins on the date of original purchase. In the case of new home construction, warranty coverage
begins on the date of first occupancy of the dwelling or six months after the sale of the product by an independent,
authorized HHT dealer/ distributor, whichever occurs earlier. The warranty shall commence no later than 24 months
following the date of product shipment from HHT, regardless of the installation or occupancy date. The warranty period for
parts and labor for covered components is produced in the following table.
The term “Limited Lifetime” in the table below is defined as: 20 years from the beginning date of warranty coverage for
gas appliances, and 10 years from the beginning date of warranty coverage for wood, pellet, and coal appliances. These
time periods reflect the minimum expected useful lives of the designated components under normal operating conditions.
Warranty Period
Parts
Labor
1 Year
2 years
HHT Manufactured Appliances and Venting
Gas
X
X
Wood
X
X
X
3 years
Pellet
EPA
Wood
Coal
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
Components Covered
Electric Venting
X
X
All parts and material except as
covered by Conditions,
Exclusions, and Limitations
listed
Igniters, electronic components,
and glass
Factory-installed blowers
Molded refractory panels
X
Firepots and burnpots
5 years
1 year
7 years
3 years
10
years
1 year
X
Limited
3 years
Lifetime
X
X
X
X
X
90 Days
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
Castings and baffles
X
X
Manifold tubes,
HHT chimney and termination
Burners, logs and refractory
Firebox and heat exchanger
X
X
All replacement parts
beyond warranty period
See conditions, exclusions, and limitations on next page.
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B. Limited Lifetime Warranty (continued)
WARRANTY CONDITIONS:
•
•
•
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•
This warranty only covers HHT appliances that are purchased through an HHT authorized dealer or distributor. A list of
HHT authorized dealers is available on the HHT branded websites.
This warranty is only valid while the HHT appliance remains at the site of original installation.
This warranty is only valid in the country in which the HHT authorized dealer or distributor that sold the appliance
resides.
Contact your installing dealer for warranty service. If the installing dealer is unable to provide necessary parts, contact
the nearest HHT authorized dealer or supplier. Additional service fees may apply if you are seeking warranty service
from a dealer other than the dealer from whom you originally purchased the product.
Check with your dealer in advance for any costs to you when arranging a warranty call. Travel and shipping charges
for parts are not covered by this warranty.
WARRANTY EXCLUSIONS:
This warranty does not cover the following:
• Changes in surface finishes as a result of normal use. As a heating appliance, some changes in color of interior and
exterior surface finishes may occur. This is not a flaw and is not covered under warranty.
• Damage to printed, plated, or enameled surfaces caused by fingerprints, accidents, misuse, scratches, melted items,
or other external sources and residues left on the plated surfaces from the use of abrasive cleaners or polishes.
• Repair or replacement of parts that are subject to normal wear and tear during the warranty period. These parts
include: paint, wood, pellet and coal gaskets, firebricks, grates, flame guides, batteries and the discoloration of glass.
• Minor expansion, contraction, or movement of certain parts causing noise. These conditions are normal and complaints related to this noise are not covered by this warranty.
• Damages resulting from: (1) failure to install, operate, or maintain the appliance in accordance with the installation
instructions, operating instructions, and listing agent identification label furnished with the appliance; (2) failure to
install the appliance in accordance with local building codes; (3) shipping or improper handling; (4) improper operation, abuse, misuse, continued operation with damaged, corroded or failed components, accident, or improperly/
incorrectly performed repairs; (5) environmental conditions, inadequate ventilation, negative pressure, or drafting
caused by tightly sealed constructions, insufficient make-up air supply, or handling devices such as exhaust fans or
forced air furnaces or other such causes; (6) use of fuels other than those specified in the operating instructions; (7)
installation or use of components not supplied with the appliance or any other components not expressly authorized
and approved by HHT; (8) modification of the appliance not expressly authorized and approved by HHT in writing;
and/or (9) interruptions or fluctuations of electrical power supply to the appliance.
• Non-HHT venting components, hearth components or other accessories used in conjunction with the appliance.
• Any part of a pre-existing fireplace system in which an insert or a decorative gas appliance is installed.
• HHT’s obligation under this warranty does not extend to the appliance’s capability to heat the desired space. Information is provided to assist the consumer and the dealer in selecting the proper appliance for the application. Consideration must be given to appliance location and configuration, environmental conditions, insulation and air tightness of
the structure.
This warranty is void if:
•
•
•
The appliance has been over-fired or operated in atmospheres contaminated by chlorine, fluorine, or other damaging
chemicals. Over-firing can be identified by, but not limited to, warped plates or tubes, rust colored cast iron, bubbling,
cracking and discoloration of steel or enamel finishes.
The appliance is subjected to prolonged periods of dampness or condensation.
There is any damage to the appliance or other components due to water or weather damage which is the result of, but
not limited to, improper chimney or venting installation.
LIMITATIONS OF LIABILITY:
•
The owner’s exclusive remedy and HHT’s sole obligation under this warranty, under any other warranty, express or
implied, or in contract, tort or otherwise, shall be limited to replacement, repair, or refund, as specified above. In no
event will HHT be liable for any incidental or consequential damages caused by defects in the appliance. Some states
do not allow exclusions or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so these limitations may not apply to you.
This warranty gives you specific rights; you may also have other rights, which vary from state to state. EXCEPT TO
THE EXTENT PROVIDED BY LAW, HHT MAKES NO EXPRESS WARRANTIES OTHER THAN THE WARRANTY
SPECIFIED HEREIN. THE DURATION OF ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY IS LIMITED TO DURATION OF THE
EXPRESSED WARRANTY SPECIFIED ABOVE.
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Listing and Code Approvals
A. Appliance Certification
D. High Altitude Installations
MODELS: HE36CLX-S, HE36CLXLP-S
LABORATORY: Underwriters Laboratories, Inc. (UL)
TYPE: Direct Vent Heater
STANDARD: Vented Gas Fireplace Heaters, ANSI
Z21.88-2009/CSA 2.33-2009
Vented Condensing Gas Fireplace Heaters, CSA America
Interim Requirement 1.09-2009
Gas-Fired Central Furnaces, ANSI Z21.47-2006/CSA 2.32006, Addenda’s ANSI Z21.47A-2007/CSA 2.3A-2007, and
ANSI Z21.47b-2008/CSA 2.3b-2008
This product is listed to ANSI standards for “Vented Gas
Fireplace Heaters” and applicable sections of “Gas Burning Heating Appliances for Manufactured Homes and
Recreational Vehicles”, and “Gas Fired Appliances for
Use at High Altitudes”.
NOTICE: This installation must conform with local codes.
In the absence of local codes you must comply with the
National Fuel Gas Code, ANSI Z223.1-latest edition in
the U.S.A. and the CAN/CGA B149 Installation Codes in
Canada.
B. Glass Specifications
This appliance is equipped with 5 mm ceramic glass. Replace glass only with 5 mm ceramic glass. Please contact
your dealer for replacement glass.
C. BTU Specifications
Models
Maximum
Input BTU/h
Orifice
Size (DMS)
US
(0-2000 FT)
36,000
#33
CANADA
(2000-4500 FT)
34,000
#34
US
(0-2000 FT)
36,000
#50
CANADA
(2000-4500 FT)
33,000
#51
(U.S. or Canada)
HE36CLX-S (NG)
HE36CLXLP-S(LP)
NOTICE: If the heating value of the gas has been reduced,
these rules do not apply. Check with your local gas utility
or authorities having jurisdiction.
When installing above 2000 feet elevation:
• In the USA: Reduce input rate 4% for each 1000 feet
above 2000 feet.
• In CANADA: Reduce input rate 10% for elevations
between 2000 feet and 4500 feet. Above 4500 feet,
consult local gas utility.
Check with your local gas utility to determine proper
orifice size.
E. Non-Combustible Materials Specification
Material which will not ignite and burn. Such materials are
those consisting entirely of steel, iron, brick, tile, concrete,
slate, glass or plasters, or any combination thereof.
Materials that are reported as passing ASTM E 136,
Standard Test Method for Behavior of Materials in
a Vertical Tube Furnace at 750 ºC shall be considered
non-combustible materials.
F. Combustible Materials Specification
Materials made of or surfaced with wood, compressed paper, plant fibers, plastics, or other material that can ignite
and burn, whether flame proofed or not, or plastered or
unplastered shall be considered combustible materials.
G. Electrical Codes
NOTICE: This appliance must be electrically wired
and grounded in accordance with local codes or, in the
absence of local codes, with National Electric Code
ANSI/NFPA 70-latest edition or the Canadian Electric
Code CSA C22.1.
• A 110-120 VAC circuit for this product must be protected with ground-fault circuit-interrupter protection,
in compliance with the applicable electrical codes,
when it is installed in locations such as in bathrooms
or near sinks.
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Note: The following requirements reference various
Massachusetts and national codes not contained in this
document.
H. Requirements for the Commonwealth of
Massachusetts
For all side wall horizontally vented gas fueled equipment
installed in every dwelling, building or structure used in
whole or in part for residential purposes, including those
owned or operated by the Commonwealth and where the
side wall exhaust vent termination is less than seven (7)
feet above finished grade in the area of the venting, including but not limited to decks and porches, the following
requirements shall be satisfied:
Installation of Carbon Monoxide Detectors
At the time of installation of the side wall horizontal vented
gas fueled equipment, the installing plumber or gas fitter
shall observe that a hard wired carbon monoxide detector
with an alarm and battery back-up is installed on the floor
level where the gas equipment is to be installed. In addition, the installing plumber or gas fitter shall observe that
a battery operated or hard wired carbon monoxide detector with an alarm is installed on each additional level of
the dwelling, building or structure served by the side wall
horizontal vented gas fueled equipment. It shall be the
responsibility of the property owner to secure the services
of qualified licensed professionals for the installation of
hard wired carbon monoxide detectors.
In the event that the side wall horizontally vented gas fueled equipment is installed in a crawl space or an attic,
the hard wired carbon monoxide detector with alarm and
battery back-up may be installed on the next adjacent
floor level.
In the event that the requirements of this subdivision can
not be met at the time of completion of installation, the
owner shall have a period of thirty (30) days to comply
with the above requirements; provided, however, that during said thirty (30) day period, a battery operated carbon
monoxide detector with an alarm shall be installed.
Approved Carbon Monoxide Detectors
Each carbon monoxide detector as required in accordance with the above provisions shall comply with NFPA
720 and be ANSI/UL 2034 listed and IAS certified.
Signage
A metal or plastic identification plate shall be permanently mounted to the exterior of the building at a minimum
height of eight (8) feet above grade directly in line with the
exhaust vent terminal for the horizontally vented gas fueled heating appliance or equipment. The sign shall read,
in print size no less than one-half (1/2) in. in size, “GAS
VENT DIRECTLY BELOW. KEEP CLEAR OF ALL OBSTRUCTIONS”.
Inspection
The state or local gas inspector of the side wall horizontally vented gas fueled equipment shall not approve the
installation unless, upon inspection, the inspector observes carbon monoxide detectors and signage installed
in accordance with the provisions of 248 CMR 5.08(2)(a)1
through 4.
Exemptions
The following equipment is exempt from 248 CMR 5.08(2)
(a)1 through 4:
• The equipment listed in Chapter 10 entitled “Equipment
Not Required To Be Vented” in the most current edition
of NFPA 54 as adopted by the Board; and
• Product Approved side wall horizontally vented gas fueled equipment installed in a room or structure separate
from the dwelling, building or structure used in whole or
in part for residential purposes.
MANUFACTURER REQUIREMENTS
Gas Equipment Venting System Provided
When the manufacturer of Product Approved side wall
horizontally vented gas equipment provides a venting
system design or venting system components with the
equipment, the instructions provided by the manufacturer
for installation of the equipment and the venting system
shall include:
• Detailed instructions for the installation of the venting
system design or the venting system components; and
• A complete parts list for the venting system design or
venting system.
Gas Equipment Venting System NOT Provided
When the manufacturer of a Product Approved side wall
horizontally vented gas fueled equipment does not provide the parts for venting the flue gases, but identifies
“special venting systems”, the following requirements
shall be satisfied by the manufacturer:
• The referenced “special venting system” instructions
shall be included with the appliance or equipment installation instructions; and
• The “special venting systems” shall be Product Approved by the Board, and the instructions for that system shall include a parts list and detailed installation
instructions.
A copy of all installation instructions for all Product Approved side wall horizontally vented gas fueled equipment, all venting instructions, all parts lists for venting
instructions, and/or all venting design instructions shall
remain with the appliance or equipment at the completion
of the installation.
See Gas Connection section for additional Commonwealth of Massachusetts requirements.
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2
Operating Instructions
User Guide
A. Gas Fireplace Safety
WARNING
HOT GLASS WILL
CAUSE BURNS.
DO NOT TOUCH GLASS
UNTIL COOLED.
NEVER ALLOW CHILDREN
TO TOUCH GLASS.
• Keep children away.
• CAREFULLY SUPERVISE children in same room
as fireplace.
• Alert children and adults to hazards of high
temperatures.
High temperatures may ignite clothing or other
flammable materials.
• Clothing, furniture, draperies, and other flammable
materials must not be placed on or near the
appliance.
A barrier designed to reduce the risk of burns from the
hot viewing glass is provided with this appliance and
shall be installed. DO NOT operate the appliance with
the barrier removed. If the barrier becomes damaged,
the barrier shall be replaced with the manufacturer’s
barrier for this appliance.
Contact your dealer or Hearth & Home Technologies if the
barrier is not present or help is needed to properly install one.
Young children should be carefully supervised when they
are in the same room as the appliance. Toddlers, young
children and others may be susceptible to accidental
contact burns.
• A physical barrier is recommended if there are at risk
individuals in the house.
• To restrict access to a fireplace or stove, install an
adjustable safety gate to keep toddlers, young children
and other at risk individuals out of the room and away
from hot surfaces.
• Install a switch lock or a wall/remote control with child
protection lockout feature.
• Keep remote controls out of reach of children.
• Never leave children alone near a hot fireplace, whether
operating or cooling down.
• Teach children to NEVER touch the fireplace.
• Consider not using the fireplace when children will be
present.
Contact your dealer for more information, or visit: www.
hpba.org/safety-information.
To prevent unintended operation when not using your
fireplace for an extended period of time (summer months,
vacations, trips, etc):
• Remove batteries from remote controls.
• Turn off wall controls.
B. Your Fireplace
WARNING! DO NOT operate fireplace before reading and understanding operating instructions. Failure
to operate fireplace according to operating instructions
could cause fire or injury.
DECORATIVE DOORS
(NOT SHOWN)
SECTION 2.D
HEAT DUCTING
SECTION 9.B
FIXED GLASS
ASSEMBLY
(NOT SHOWN)
SECTION 16.F
MANTEL
SECTION 5.D, 15.B
HEARTH
CLEAR SPACE
SECTION 2.C
Figure 2.1 General Operating Parts
FILTERED RETURN AIR DUCT
SECTION 9.C
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C. Clear Space
F. Wireless Thermostat
WARNING! DO NOT place combustible objects in front
of the fireplace or block louvers. High temperatures may
start a fire. See Figure 2.2.
The wireless thermostat in this appliance utilizes Honeywell RedLINKTM technology (RedLINK is a trademark
of Honeywell International Inc.). Follow the instructions
supplied with the wireless thermostat to operate your fireplace:
Avoid placing candles and other heat-sensitive objects on
mantel or hearth. Heat may damage these objects.
For safety:
• Install a switch lock or a wall/remote control with child
protection lockout feature.
• Keep remote controls out of reach of children.
Contact your dealer if you have questions.
It is normal to experience a slight time delay (approximately 5 seconds) between the time a command button
is pressed on the wireless thermostat and the command
taking effect.
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NOTICE: The wireless thermostat must be located no less
than two feet and no more than 80 feet from the Equipment
Interface Module.
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G. Before Lighting Fireplace
Before operating this fireplace for the first time, have a
qualified service technician:
Figure 2.2 Clear Space
• Ensure appliance is vented properly.
• Verify filtered air return is installed properly.
D. Decorative Doors and Fronts
WARNING! Risk of Fire! Install ONLY doors or fronts
approved by Hearth & Home Technologies. Unapproved
doors or fronts may cause fireplace to overheat.
This fireplace has been supplied with an integral
barrier to prevent direct contact with the fixed glass
panel. DO NOT operate the fireplace with the barrier
removed.
Contact your dealer or Hearth & Home Technologies if
the barrier is not present or help is needed to properly
install one.
For more information refer to the instructions supplied with
your decorative door or front.
• Verify heat out ducting is installed properly.
• Verify all shipping materials have been removed from
inside and/or underneath the firebox.
• Review proper placement of logs, ember material and/or
other decorative materials.
• Check the wiring.
• Check the air shutter adjustment.
• Ensure that there are no gas leaks.
• Ensure that the glass is sealed and in the proper position
and that the integral barrier is in place.
• Ensure the condensate will drain properly.
WARNING! Risk of Fire or Asphyxiation! DO NOT operate fireplace with fixed glass assembly removed.
E. Fixed Glass Assembly
See Section 16.F.
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H. Lighting Instructions (DSI)
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 does not have a pilot. • Immediately call your gas supplier
It is equipped with an ignition device
from a neighbor’s phone. Follow the
which automatically lights the burner.
gas supplier’s instructions.
DO NOT try to light the burner by
• If you cannot reach your gas suphand.
plier, call the fire department.
B. BEFORE LIGHTING, smell all around
the appliance area for gas. Be sure to C. Do not use this appliance if any part
smell next to the floor because some
has been under water. Immediately
gas is heavier than air and will settle
call a qualified service technician to
on the floor.
inspect the appliance and to replace
any part of the control system and
WHAT TO DO IF YOU SMELL GAS
any gas control which has been
• DO NOT try to light any appliance.
under water.
• DO NOT touch any electric switch; do
not use any phone in your building.
LIGHTING
INSTRUCTIONS
(DSI)
1. Turn off all electric power to the appliance.
2. This appliance is equipped with an ignition device which automatically lights the burner. Do
not try to light the burner by hand.
3. Move the red switch on the valve to the “OFF”
position.
ON/OFF
SWITCH
4. Wait five (5) minutes to clear out any gas.
Then smell for gas, including near the floor. If
you smell gas, STOP! Follow “B” in the Safety
Information located on the left side of this label.
If you don’t smell gas, go to next step.
WARNING:
CAUTION:
DO NOT CONNECT 110 VAC TO
THE CONTROL VALVE.
Hot while in operation. DO NOT touch.
Keep children, clothing, furniture, gasoline and other liquids having flammable
vapors away.
6. Turn on all electric power to the appliance.
DO NOT operate the appliance with
fixed glass assembly removed, cracked
or broken. Replacement of the panel(s)
should be done by a licensed or qualified service person.
8. If the appliance will not operate, follow the instructions “To Turn Off Gas to Appliance” and
call your service technician or gas supplier.
Improper installation, adjustment, alteration, service or maintenance can
cause injury or property damage. Refer
to the owner’s information manual provided with this appliance.
This appliance needs fresh air for
safe operation and must be installed
so there are provisions for adequate
combustion and ventilation air.
If not installed, operated, and maintained in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions, this product could
expose you to substances in fuel or
fuel combustion which are known to the
State of California to cause cancer, birth
defects, or other reproductive harm.
Keep burner and control compartment
clean. See installation and operating
instructions accompanying appliance.
NOT FOR USE
WITH SOLID FUEL
For use with natural gas and propane.
A conversion kit, as supplied by the
manufacturer, shall be used to convert
this appliance to the alternate fuel.
5. Move the red switch on the valve to the “ON”
position.
7. Push SYSTEM key on Thermostat to turn appliance ON.
TO TURN OFF
GAS TO APPLIANCE
1. Turn off all electric power to the appliance if
service is to be performed.
2. Push SYSTEM key on Thermostat to turn
appliance OFF.
Also Certified for Installation in a
Bedroom or a Bedsitting Room.
For assistance or additional information, consult a qualified installer, service agency or the gas supplier.
For additional information on operating your
Hearth & Home Technologies fireplace, please refer to www.fireside.com.
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I. After Fireplace is Lit
J. Surface Temperatures Above Fireplace
Initial Break-in Procedure
• The fireplace should be run three to four hours
continuously on high.
95°F
TO CEILING
100°F
• Turn the fireplace off and allow it to completely cool.
• Remove fixed glass assembly. See Section 16.F.
110°F
FIREPLACE
OPENING
110°F
• Clean fixed glass assembly. See Section 3.
48 IN.
42 IN.
115°F
• Replace the fixed glass assembly and run continuously
on high an additional 12 hours.
36 IN.
120°F
30 IN.
24 IN.
140°F
This cures the materials used to manufacture the fireplace.
18 IN.
12IN.
NOTICE! Open windows for air circulation during fireplace break-in.
• Some people may be sensitive to smoke and odors.
• Smoke detectors may activate.
MEASUREMENTS FROM
TOP EDGE OF THE OPENING
SEE DETAIL A
APPLIANCE FRONT
Figure 2.3. Maximum Wall Surface Temperatures Above Fireplace
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K. Frequently Asked Questions
ISSUE
SOLUTIONS
Ember lights on/No flame
There is a 2-1/2 minute pre-purge after the appliance is turned on before the flame lights. This
is normal for this appliance.
Convection blower does not turn on
when appliance is turned on.
There is a 4-1/2 minute delay between the time the appliance is turned on and the time that
the convection blower will turn on. This is normal for the appliance.
Condensation on the glass
This is a result of gas combustion and temperature variations. As the fireplace warms, this
condensation will disappear.
Blue flames
This is a result of normal operation and the flames will begin to yellow as the fireplace is allowed to burn for 20 to 40 minutes.
Odor from fireplace
When first operated, this fireplace may release an odor for the first several hours. This is caused
by the curing of the paint and the burning off of any oils remaining from manufacturing. Odor may
also be released from finishing materials and adhesives used around the fireplace.
This is a normal result of the curing process of the paint and logs. Glass should be cleaned
within 3 to 4 hours of initial burning to remove deposits left by oils from the manufacturing
process. A non-abrasive cleaner such as gas fireplace glass cleaner may be necessary. See
your dealer.
Film on the glass
Noise is caused by metal expanding and contracting as it heats up and cools down, similar to
the sound produced by a furnace or heating duct. This noise does not affect the operation or
longevity of the fireplace.
Metallic noise
ISSUE
CAUSE
SOLUTIONS
System does
not turn
on when
in “HEAT”
mode.
A. Indoor temperature is higher than
heat setting
B. Wireless
thermostat has lost
connection. “No
Signal” flashing in
upper left corner of
thermostat display.
Increase heat setting to a
temperature higher than indoor
temperature.
Light on
1. Check Electronic Ignition
Module (EIM) for POWER
light. (Green)
No light
Check breaker. If breaker ok, call qualified
service technician.
2. Verify that the thermostat is
located more than two feet from
the Electronic Ignition Module
(EIM).
3. Refer to RedLINKTM instructions regarding connections.
Thermostat
screen is
blank.
Check batteries.
Batteries dead.
Replace batteries.
Batteries ok.
Call qualified service technician.
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3
Maintenance and Service
Any safety screen or guard removed for servicing must be
replaced prior to operating the fireplace.
Decorative Fronts
Frequency: Annually
When properly maintained, your fireplace will give you
many years of trouble-free service. We recommend annual service by a qualified service technician.
By: Homeowner
A. Maintenance Tasks-Homeowner
• Inspect for scratches, dents or other damage and repair
as necessary.
Installation and repair should be done by a qualified service
technician only. The fireplace should be inspected before
use and at least annually by a professional service person.
The following tasks may be performed annually by the
homeowner. If you are uncomfortable performing any of
the listed tasks, please call your dealer for a service appointment.
More frequent cleaning may be required due to lint from
carpeting or other factors. Control compartment, burner
and circulating air passageway of the fireplace must be
kept clean.
CAUTION! Risk of Burns! The fireplace should be
turned off and cooled before servicing.
Glass Cleaning
Frequency: Seasonally
Tools needed: Protective gloves, stable work surface
• Assess condition of screen and replace as necessary.
• Vacuum and dust surfaces.
Thermostat
Frequency: Seasonally
By: Homeowner
Tools needed: Replacement batteries, thermostat instructions.
• Locate thermostat on wall.
• Place batteries as needed in thermostat.
• Mount thermostat on wall out of reach of children.
If not using your fireplace for an extended period of time
(summer months, vacations/trips, etc), to prevent unintended operation:
• Remove batteries from thermostat.
By: Homeowner
Tools Needed: Protective gloves, glass cleaner, 7/16 in.
nut driver, drop cloth and a stable work surface.
CAUTION! Handle fixed glass assembly with care.
Glass is breakable.
• Avoid striking, scratching or slamming glass
• Avoid abrasive cleaners
• DO NOT clean glass while it is hot
Venting
Frequency: Seasonally
By: Homeowner
Tools needed: Protective gloves and safety glasses.
• Inspect venting and termination cap for blockage or
obstruction such plants, bird nests, leaves, snow, debris,
etc.
• Prepare a work area large enough to accommodate fixed
glass assembly and door frame by placing a drop cloth
on a flat, stable surface.
• Verify termination cap clearance to subsequent construction (building additions, decks, fences, or sheds). See
Section 6.
Note: Fixed glass assembly and gasketing may have residue that can stain carpeting or floor surfaces.
• Inspect for corrosion or separation.
• Remove door or decorative front from fireplace and set
aside on work surface.
• Verify weather stripping, sealing and flashing remains
intact.
• See Section 16.F for instructions to remove fixed glass
assembly.
B. Maintenance Tasks-Qualified Service
Technician
• Clean glass with a non-abrasive commercially available
cleaner.
The following tasks must be performed by a qualified service technician.
- Light deposits: Use a soft cloth with soap and water
Gasket Seal and Glass Assembly Inspection
- Heavy deposits: Use commercial fireplace glass
cleaner (consult with your dealer)
• Carefully set fixed glass assembly in place on fireplace.
Hold glass in place with one hand and secure glass
latches with the other hand.
• Reinstall door or decorative front.
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Frequency: Annually
By: Qualified Service Technician
Tools needed: Protective gloves, drop cloth and a stable
work surface.
• Inspect gasket seal and its condition.
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• Inspect fixed glass assembly for scratches and nicks that
can lead to breakage when exposed to heat.
Return Air Filter
• Confirm there is no damage to glass or glass frame.
Replace as necessary.
By: Qualified Service Technician
Frequency: Every Three Months
• Verify that fixed glass assembly is properly retained and
attachment components are intact and not damaged.
Replace as necessary.
Tools needed: Protective sleeves, screw driver
Logs
Condensate Drainage System
Frequency: Annually
Frequency: Annually
By: Qualified Service Technician
Tools needed: Protective gloves.
• Inspect for damaged or missing logs. Replace as necessary. Refer to Section 16 for log placement instructions.
• Verify correct log placement and no flame impingement
causing sooting. Correct as necessary.
Firebox
Frequency: Annually
By: Qualified Service Technician
Tools needed: Protective gloves, stainless steel cleaner,
mineral spirits, primer and touch-up paint.
• Inspect for paint condition, warped surfaces, corrosion
or perforation.
Inspect filter and replace as needed. See Section 9.C for
detailed information.
By: Qualified Service Technician
Tools needed: Protective gloves, nut driver, screwdriver
See Section 16.D for instructions on disengaging the
firebox from the appliance outer shell.
• Verify all components of condensate removal system
are working properly. Refer to Section 11.A for detailed information.
• Flush system with clean water. See Section 11.B for
instructions.
Burner Ignition and Operation
Frequency: Annually
By: Qualified Service Technician
• It will be normal for surface corrosion to occur on the
firebox interior surface of the condensing appliance.
Tools needed: Protective gloves, vacuum cleaner, whisk
broom, flashlight, voltmeter, indexed drill bit set, and a
manometer.
• Internal surface of firebox can be maintained by using
stainless steel cleaner to remove effects of oxidation.
• Verify burner is properly secured and aligned with pilot
or igniter.
• Do not use steel wool or sandpaper to remove oxidation
from interior of firebox. This will reduce the corrosionresistance of the stainless steel material.
• Clean off burner top, inspect for plugged ports, corrosion
or deterioration. Replace burner if necessary.
• Factory-painted surfaces can be maintained with primer
and touch up paint.
• Replace firebox if it has been perforated.
• Replace Glowing embers with new dime-size pieces.
DO NOT block ports or obstruct lighting paths. Refer to
Section 16.I for proper ember placement.
Control Compartment
• Check for smooth lighting and ignition carryover to all
ports. Verify that there is no ignition delay.
Frequency: Annually
• Inspect for lifting or other flame problems.
By: Qualified Service Technician
• Verify air shutter setting is correct. See Section 16.K for
required air shutter setting. Verify air shutter is clear of
dust and debris.
Tools needed: Protective gloves, vacuum cleaner, dust
cloths
See Section 16 for instructions on how to disengage the
firebox from the appliance outer shell and engage the
support wheels.
• Inspect orifice for soot, dirt and corrosion. Verify orifice
size is correct. See Service Parts List for proper orifice
sizing.
• Vacuum and wipe out dust, cobwebs, debris or pet hair.
Use caution when cleaning these areas. Screw tips that
have penetrated the sheet metal are sharp and should
be avoided.
• Verify manifold and inlet pressures. Adjust regulator as
required.
• Remove all foreign objects.
• Inspect flame sensing rod for soot, corrosion and
deterioration. Polish with fine steel wool or replace as
required.
• Verify unobstructed air circulation.
• Verify unobstructed ducts and filter.
• Check for evidence of water/condensate leakage.
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4
Getting Started
Installer Guide
A. Typical Appliance System
NOTICE: Illustrations and photos reflect typical installations and are for design purposes only. Illustrations/diagrams are not
drawn to scale. Actual product may vary from pictures in manual.
HORIZONTAL TERMINATION CAP
SECTION 10.G
Note: Dual venting configurations
ARE NOT allowed. Appliance MUST
be vented EITHER ver tically OR
horizontally.
VERTICAL TERMINATION CAP
(SECTION 10.F)
NON-COMBUSTIBLE ROOF FLASHING
MAINTAINS MINIMUM CLEARANCE
AROUND PIPE (SECTION 10.F)
STORM COLLAR
(SECTION 10.F )
VENT PIPE PENETRATES ROOF
PREFERABLY WITHOUT AFFECTING
ROOF RAFTERS (SECTION 10.F)
ATTIC INSULATION SHIELD (NOT SHOWN)
MUST BE USED HERE TO KEEP
INSULATION AWAY FROM VENT PIPE IF
ATTIC IS INSULATED (SECTION 8.C )
VENT PIPE (SECTIONS 7 & 8)
CEILING FIRESTOP
ON FLOOR OF ATTIC
(NOT SHOWN)
(SECTION 8.B )
HEAT-OUTS
(SECTION 9.B)
FRAMING/HEADER
(SECTION 5 )
EQUIPMENT INTERFACE MODULE
(SECTION 14.E)
FRAMING HEADED OFF
IN CEILING JOISTS
(SECTION 8.B )
THERMOSTAT
(SECTION 2.F)
FILTERED RETURN
AIR DUCT
SECTION 9.C
MANTEL AND
MANTEL LEG
(SECTION 5.D )
SURROUND
GAS LINE
(SECTION 11)
Figure 4.1 Typical System
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CONDENSATE
REMOVAL
(SECTION 11 )
B. Design and Installation Considerations
D. Inspect Appliance and Components
Heat & Glo direct vent gas appliances are designed to
operate with all combustion air siphoned from outside of
the building and all exhaust gases expelled to the outside.
No additional outside air source is required.
• Carefully remove the appliance and components from
the packaging.
Installation MUST comply with local, regional, state and
national codes and regulations. Consult insurance carrier,
local building inspector, fire officials or authorities having
jurisdiction over restrictions, installation inspection and
permits.
• If packaged separately, the log set and appliance grate
must be installed.
Before installing, determine the following:
• Read all of the instructions before starting the installation. Follow these instructions carefully during the
installation to ensure maximum safety and benefit.
• Where the appliance is to be installed.
• The vent system configuration to be used.
• Gas supply piping requirements.
• Electrical wiring requirements.
• The vent system components and decorative doors and
fronts may be shipped in separate packages.
• Report to your dealer any parts damaged in shipment,
particularly the condition of the glass.
WARNING! Risk of Fire or Explosion! Damaged parts
could impair safe operation. DO NOT install damaged, incomplete or substitute components. Keep appliance dry.
• Framing and finishing details.
• Condensate removal requirements and details.
• Heat ducting requirements.
Hearth & Home Technologies disclaims any responsibility for,
and the warranty will be voided by, the following actions:
• Filtered return air ducting requirements
• Installation and use of any damaged appliance or vent
system component.
• Location of Equipment Interface Module.
• Modification of the appliance or vent system.
• Installation other than as instructed by Hearth & Home
Technologies.
Improper installation, adjustment, alteration, service or
maintenance can cause injury or property damage. For
assistance or additional information, consult a qualified
service technician, service agency or your dealer.
• Improper positioning of the gas logs or the glass door.
• Installation and/or use of any component part not approved
by Hearth & Home Technologies.
Any such action may cause a fire hazard.
C. Tools and Supplies Needed
Before beginning the installation be sure that the following
tools and building supplies are available.
Tape measure
Framing material
Pliers
Hammer
Phillips screwdriver Manometer
Gloves
Framing square
Voltmeter
Electric drill and bits (1/4 in.)
Plumb line
Safety glasses
Level
Reciprocating saw
Flat blade screwdriver
Non-corrosive leak check solution
1/2 - 3/4 in. length, #6 or #8 Self-drilling screws
Caulking material (300ºF minimum continuous exposure
rating)
1/4 NPT barbed hose fitting (for checking gas pressures
at valve)
WARNING! Risk of Fire, Explosion or Electric Shock!
DO NOT use this appliance if any part has been under
water. Call a qualified service technician to inspect the
appliance and to replace any part of the control system
and/or gas control which has been under water.
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5
Framing and Clearances
A. Selecting Appliance Location
NOTICE: Illustrations reflect typical installations and are
FOR DESIGN PURPOSES ONLY. Illustrations/diagrams
are not drawn to scale. Actual installation may vary due to
individual design preference.
When selecting a location for the appliance it is important to
consider the required clearances to walls (see Figure 5.1).
WARNING! Risk of Fire or Burns! Provide adequate
clearance around air openings and for service access.
Due to high temperatures, the appliance should be located out of traffic and away from furniture and draperies.
A
B
E
A
B
C
B
D
A
B
C
D
E
Inches
69
42
97-1/2
28
Millimeters
1753
1067
2477
711
See Section D. Mantel
Projections
Figure 5.1 Appliance Locations
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B. Constructing the Appliance Chase
300ºF continuous exposure rating to seal gaps. Gas
line holes and other openings should be caulked with
caulk with a minimum of 300ºF continuous exposure rating
or stuffed with unfaced insulation. If the appliance is being
installed on a cement surface, a layer of plywood may be
placed underneath to prevent conducting cold up into the
room.
A chase is a vertical box-like structure built to enclose the
gas appliance and/or its vent system. In cooler climates
the vent should be enclosed inside the chase.
NOTICE: Treatment of ceiling firestops and wall shield
firestops and construction of the chase may vary with the
type of building. These instructions are not substitutes
for the requirements of local building codes. Therefore,
you MUST check local building codes to determine the
requirements to these steps.
C. Clearances
NOTICE: Install appliance on hard metal or wood surfaces
extending full width and depth. DO NOT install directly
on carpeting, vinyl, tile or any combustible material other
than wood.
Chases should be constructed in the manner of all outside walls of the home to prevent cold air drafting problems. The chase should not break the outside building
envelope in any manner.
WARNING! Risk of Fire! Maintain specified air space
clearances to appliance and vent pipe:
Walls, ceiling, base plate and cantilever floor of the chase
should be insulated. Vapor and air infiltration barriers
should be installed in the chase as per regional codes for
the rest of the home. Additionally, in regions where cold
air infiltration may be an issue, the inside surfaces may be
sheetrocked and taped for maximum air tightness.
• Insulation and other materials must be secured to prevent
accidental contact.
To further prevent drafts, the wall shield and ceiling firestops should be caulked with caulk with a minimum of
• Failure to maintain airspace may cause overheating and
a fire.
• The chase must be properly blocked to prevent blown
insulation or other combustibles from entering and
making contact with fireplace or chimney.
A
E
F
B
J
H
C
K
D
G
I
* MINIMUM FRAMING DIMENSIONS
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
Rough
Opening
(Vent Pipe)
Rough
Opening
(Height)
Rough
Opening
(Depth)
Rough
Opening
(Width)
Clearance
to Ceiling
Combustible
Floor
Combustible
Flooring
Behind
Appliance
Sides of
Appliance
Front of
Appliance
Condensate
Drain Center
Inches
4
44
28
42
49
0
0
1/2
1/2
36
4-1/2
Millimeters
102
1118
711
1067
1245
0
0
13
13
914
114
* Adjust framing dimensions for interior sheathing (such as sheetrock)
Figure 5.2 Clearances to Combustibles
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1/2 IN.
SHEETROCK
NON-COMBUSTIBLE
BOARD SHIPPED
WITH APPLIANCE
1/2 IN.
43-1/2 IN.
5-1/2 IN.
44-1/2 IN.
3-1/2 IN.
3-1/2 IN.
= NON-COMBUSTIBLE BOARD
= AIR SPACE
Figure 5.3 Non-Combustible Zone
D. Mantel and Wall Projections
WARNING! Risk of Fire! Comply with all minimum clearances as specified. Framing or finishing material closer than the minimums listed must be constructed entirely of noncombustible materials (i.e., steel studs, concrete board, etc).
Combustible Mantel Legs or Wall Projections
Combustible Mantels
TO CEILING
18
12
11
INTERIOR WALL
10
32
9
7
19
6
5
3
TOP VIEW
25
8
17
4
18
A
16
15
B
14
13
FIREPLACE OPENING
12
2-1/2
11
10
MANTEL LEG OR WALL PROJECTIONS
5
If
MEASUREMENTS FROM
TOP EDGE OF THE OPENING
Note: All measurements in inches.
Note: Measurement is taken from top of the
opening, NOT the top of the fireplace.
Figure 5.4 Minimum Vertical and Maximum Horizontal
Dimensions of Combustibles
20
A
B
A minimum is ____, then B maximum is_____.
Inches
2-7/16 3-7/16 4-7/16 5-7/16 6-7/16 7-7/16
Inches
62
1
87
2
113
3
138
4
164
5
Millimeters
25
51
76
102
127
Millimeters
189


Figure 5.5 Clearances to Mantel Legs or Wall Projections
(Acceptable on both sides of opening.)
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Termination Locations
A. Vent Termination Minimum Clearances
WARNING
A
B
6 in. (minimum) up to 20 in.
152 mm/508 mm
18 in. minimum
457 mm
20 in. and over
0 in. minimum
Fire Risk.
Maintain vent clearance to combustibles as
specified.
• DO NOT pack air space with insulation or other
materials.
Failure to keep insulation or other materials away
from vent pipe may cause overheating and fire.
Gas, Wood or Fuel Oil
Termination Cap
B
A*
HORIZONTAL
OVERHANG
2 FT.
MIN.
20 INCHES MIN.
Gas
Termination
Cap **
VERTICAL
WALL
LOWEST
DISCHARGE
OPENING
GAS DIRECT VENT
TERMINATION CAP
X
12
ROOF PITCH
IS X/ 12
H (MIN.) - MINIMUM HEIGHT FROM ROOF
TO LOWEST DISCHARGE OPENING
*
**
If using decorative cap cover(s), this distance may need to be
increased. Refer to the installation instructions supplied with the
decorative cap cover.
In a staggered installation with both gas and wood or fuel oil
terminations, the wood or fuel oil termination cap must be
higher than the gas termination cap.
Figure 6.2 Staggered Termination Caps
Roof Pitch
H (Min.) Ft.
Flat to 6/12...........................................................1.0*
Over 6/12 to 7/12 .................................................1.25*
Over 7/12 to 8/12 .................................................1.5*
Over 8/12 to 9/12 .................................................2.0*
Over 9/12 to 10/12 ...............................................2.5*
Over 10/12 to 11/12 .............................................3.25
Over 11/12 to 12/12 .............................................4.0
Over 12/12 to 14/12 .............................................5.0
Over 14/12 to 16/12 .............................................6.0
Over 16/12 to 18/12 .............................................7.0
Over 18/12 to 20/12 .............................................7.5
Over 20/12 to 21/12 .............................................8.0
* 3 foot minimum in snow regions
Figure 6.1 Minimum Height From Roof To Lowest Discharge
Opening
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O
N
P
F
C
R
V
Q
B
J
H or i
B
V
D
V
B
V
V
H
V
X
G
M
V
A
V
E
H
V
V
V
L
A
V
V = VENT TERMINAL
X = AIR SUPPLY INLET
K
B
C
V
V
= 12 inches.................clearances above grade, veranda,
porch, deck or balcony
= 9 inches..................clearance to window or door that may
be opened, or to permanently closed
window
Covered Alcove Applications
(Spaces open only on one side and with an overhang)
= 6 inches...................clearance to outside corner
E
= 6 inches...................clearance to inside corner
= 3 ft. (Canada) ..........not to be installed above a gas meter/regulator assembly within 3 feet
horizontally from the center-line of the
regulator
G = 3 ft ...........................clearance to gas service regulator
vent outlet
H
= 12 inches.................clearance to non-mechanical (unpowered) air supply inlet, combustion air
inlet or direct-vent termination
i
= 3 ft. (U.S.A.)
6 ft. (Canada) ...........clearance to a mechanical (powered)
air supply inlet or dryer vent
All mechanical air intakes within 10 feet of a termination cap
must be a minimum of 3 feet below termination.
J
= 7 ft. ......................... On public property: clearance above
paved sidewalk or a paved driveway.
A vent shall not terminate directly above a sidewalk or paved
driveway which is located between two single family dwellings
and serves both dwellings.
K
= 6 inches.................clearance from sides of electrical
service
L
= 12 inches................clearance above electrical service
Location of the vent termination must not interfere with access to the
electrical service.
M
= 18 inches ....................clearance under veranda, porch, deck,
balcony or overhang
42 inches ................vinyl or composite overhang
Permitted when veranda, porch, deck or balcony is fully open
on a minimum of 2 sides beneath the floor.
Figure 6.3 Minimum Clearances for Termination
= 6 inches ........... non-vinyl sidewalls
O
= 18 inches ......... non-vinyl soffit and overhang
P
= 8 ft.
42 inches ......... vinyl soffit and overhang
= 18 inches.................clearance below unventilated soffit
18 inches.................clearance below ventilated soffit
30 inches ................clearance below vinyl soffits and
electrical service
D
N
12 inches ......... vinyl sidewalls
F
22
K
C
= AREA WHERE TERMINAL IS NOT PERMITTED
A
Electrical
Service
QMIN
RMAX
1 cap
3 feet
2 x Q ACTUAL
2 caps
6 feet
1 x Q ACTUAL
3 caps
9 feet
2/3 x Q ACTUAL
4 caps
12 feet
1/2 x Q ACTUAL
QMIN = # termination caps x 3
RMAX = (2 / # termination caps) x QACTUAL
Measure vertical clearances from this surface.
Measure horizontal clearances
from this surface.
CAUTION! Risk of Burns! Termination caps are HOT,
consider proximity to doors, traffic areas or where people
may pass or gather (sidewalk, deck, patio, etc.). Listed
cap shields available. Contact your dealer.
•
Local codes or regulations may require different
clearances.
•
Vent system termination is NOT permitted in screened
porches.
•
Vent system termination is permitted in porch areas with
two or more sides open.
•
Hearth & Home Technologies assumes no responsibility
for the improper performance of the appliance when the
venting system does not meet these requirements.
Vinyl protection kits are suggested for use with vinyl siding.
•
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Vent Information and Diagrams
A. Approved Pipe
Vertical
in
.
DO NOT mix pipe, fittings or joining methods from different manufacturers.
12
The pipe is tested to be run inside an enclosed wall.
There is no requirement for inspection openings at each
joint within the wall.
8-1/2 in.
WARNING! Risk of Fire or Asphyxiation. This appliance requires a separate vent. DO NOT vent to a pipe
serving a separate solid fuel burning or condensing appliance. Corrosion may occur. Combustion gases may
escape through appliances or vents. DO NOT vent this
appliance into a fireplace chimney or building chase.
WARNING! Risk of Asphyxiation or Fire! Use only approved vent pipe. Inspect vent system for proper seal.
Leaks may occur if not properly sealed.
Any vent pipe run in an uninsulated environment (i.e. under a deck, porch, crawl space) must be insulated. Refer
to local codes for venting condensating appliances.
B. Vent Table Key
The abbreviations listed in this vent table key are used in
the vent diagrams.
Symbol
Description
V1
First section (closest to appliance) of vertical length
V2
Second section of vertical length
H1
First section (closest to appliance) of horizontal length
H2
Subsequent sections of horizontal length
8-1/2 in.
This appliance is approved for use with Hearth & Home
Technologies 4 inch CVP venting systems. CVP is a zero
clearance vent pipe system. Refer to Section 17.B for
vent component information.
Horizontal
Figure 7.1
D. Measuring Standards
Vertical and horizontal measurements listed in the vent
diagrams were made using the following standards.
• Pipe measurements are shown using the effective length
of pipe (see Figure 7.2).
• Horizontal terminations are measured to the outside
mounting surface (flange of termination cap) (see Figure
6.3).
• Vertical terminations are measured to bottom of
termination cap.
Pipe
CVP36
CVP12
CVP60
CVP12A
Effective Length
Inches
Millimeters
36
914
12
305
60
1524
12-18
305-457
C. Use of Elbows
Diagonal runs have both vertical and horizontal vent aspects when calculating the effects. Use the rise for the
vertical aspect and the run for the horizontal aspect (see
Figure 7.1).
EFFECTIVE
HEIGHT/LENGTH
Two 45º elbows may be used in place of one 90º elbow.
On 45º runs, one foot of diagonal is equal to 8-1/2 in. (216
mm) horizontal run and 8-1/2 in. (216 mm) vertical run. A
length of straight pipe is allowed between two 45º elbows
(see Figure 7.1).
Figure 7.2 DVP Pipe Effective Length
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Top Vent - Horizontal Termination
NOTICE: Vent pipe must slope upward 1/2 inch for every
one foot of horizontal run. This is required for adequate
condensate drainage. Condensate backup may lead to
property damage.
Horizontal or Vertical Termination
TOTAL VENTING LENGTH (feet)
# of 90º
10
20
30
40
50
60
1
X
X
X
X
X
X
2
X
X
X
X
X
X
3
X
X
X
X
X
X
4
X
X
X
X
X
X
5
X
X
X
X
X
X
6
X
X
X
X
X
7
X
X
X
X
8
X
X
X
9
X
X
Elbows
Figure 7.3
NOTE: A 90º elbow may be replaced with two 45º elbows.
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Vent Clearances and Framing
A. Wall Penetration Framing
Combustible Wall Penetration
Whenever a combustible wall is penetrated, you must
frame a hole for the firestop(s). The firestop maintains
minimum clearances and prevents cold air infiltration.
• The opening must be framed on all four sides using the
same size framing materials as those used in the wall
construction.
• See Section 10.G. for information for regarding the installation of a horizontal termination cap.
Non-Combustible Wall Penetration
If the hole being penetrated is surrounded by non-combustible materials such as concrete, a hole with diameter
one inch greater than the pipe is acceptable.
Whenever a non-combustible wall is penetrated, the
firestop is only required on one side and no heat shield is
necessary.
4 in.
4 in.
47 IN.
Figure 8.1 Wall Penetration
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B. Install the Ceiling Firestop
A firestop MUST be used between floors and
attics.
• Frame the area with the same sized lumber
as used in ceiling/floor joist.
ATTIC ABOVE
• The firestop may be installed above or below
the ceiling joists when installed with a attic
insulation shield. It must be under joists
between floors that are not insulated. Refer
to Figure 8.3.
A
• Secure with three fasteners on each side.
A

C. Install Attic Insulation Shield
WARNING! Fire Risk. DO NOT allow loose
materials or insulation to touch vent. Hearth
& Home Technologies requires the use of an
attic shield.
PIPE
A
CVP
4 in. (102 mm)
The International Fuel Gas Code requires an
attic shield constructed of 26 gauge minimum
steel that extends at least 2 in. (51 mm) above
insulation.
• Attic insulation shields must meet specified
clearances to combustible materials and be
secured in place.
• An attic insulation shield kit is available from
Hearth & Home Technologies. Contact your
dealer to order. Install attic insulation shield
according to instructions included with kit.
Figure 8.2 Installing Ceiling Firestop
INSTALL ATTIC INSULATION SHIELDS
BEFORE OR AFTER INSTALLATION OF VENT SYSTEM
CEILING FIRESTOP
INSTALLED BELOW CEILING
Figure 8.3 Installing the Attic Shield
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CEILING FIRESTOP
INSTALLED ABOVE CEILING
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Appliance Preparation
A. Securing and Leveling the Appliance
WARNING! Risk of Fire! Prevent contact with:
• Sagging or loose insulation
• Insulation backing or plastic
• Framing and other combustible materials
Block openings into the chase to prevent entry of blownin insulation. Make sure insulation and other materials
are secured.
DO NOT notch the framing around the appliance
standoffs.
Failure to maintain air space clearance may cause
overheating and fire.
WARNING! Risk of Injury! DO NOT disengage firebox
from appliance outer shell until after appliance has been
secured and levelled. Appliance is heavy.
• Damage to finished wall may occur if firebox tips
forward while detached from appliance outer shell.
Figure 9.1 shows how to properly position and secure the
appliance. Nailing tabs are provided to secure the appliance to the framing members.
• Bend out nailing tabs on each side.
NAILING
TABS
BOLT HOLES
(2 on each side)
SCREW HOLES
(4 on each side)
Figure 9.1 Proper Positioning and Securing of an Appliance
• Place the appliance into position.
• Keep nailing tabs flush with the framing.
• Level the appliance from side to side and front to back.
• Shim the appliance as necessary. It is acceptable to use
wood shims underneath the appliance.
• Secure the appliance to the framing by using nails or
screws through the nailing tabs.
• Secure the appliance to the floor by inserting eight #10
screws or four 1/4 inch lag bolts through the pilot holes
at the bottom of the appliance.
• Appliance should be secured to a flooring structure that
is a minimum of 3/4 inch thick.
• For surfaces other than wood, anchors should be used.
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C. Filtered Return Air Duct
B. Heat Ducting Installation
This appliance requires a minimum of two 6 inch diameter
heat ducts for proper ventilation. The knockouts can be
removed from the appliance top to accommodate additional
heat ducts. A square knockout is also available on the top
of the appliance for square HVAC ducting. Insulated ducting is recommended for maximum efficiency.
Fireplace ducting may be connected to an existing duct
system on the branches only. A backdraft damper must
be used. DO NOT terminate fireplace ducting to the main
trunk line.
• Duct may be terminated into return air system
WARNING! Risk of Fire! DO NOT terminate duct into
an attic, crawl space, or the appliance chase. Duct must
terminate on an interior wall.
DAMPERS
Field-supplied dampers may be used to control the heat
output. It is important to remember that even when a
damper is used, at least two ducts must remain open.
Additional ducts are desired when using dampers. See
Section 14.C for wiring requirements.
LENGTH OF DUCTING
6 Inch Duct Length
Fifty feet of ducting and a maximum of three elbows are
allowed per duct. After the three elbow maximum requirement is met, eight feet of ducting needs to be subtracted
for each additional elbow added to the configuration up to
a total of 6 elbows per duct run.
For example:
The filtered return air duct must be a minimum area of 56
square inches. For maximum performance a larger air
duct is desired. The filtered return air duct may be terminated to an existing HVAC return air system.
Filter
This appliance requires a filtered return air duct. A slot is
located on the lower left of the appliance for a standard
12 x 24 x 1 filter. See Figure 9.3. The filter may be used
in the slot provided on this appliance or elsewhere in the
ducting system between the intake(s) and the appliance.
If multiple air intake locations exist, each must have its
own filter. Filters are not included with this appliance.
WARNING! Risk of Injury! Filter removal and replacement must be performed by a qualified service technician.
To install or replace filter, disengage latch and pull firebox
out. See Section 16.D and 16.E. Remove the screw that
secures the filter door to the appliance. See Figure 9.3.
Remove the filter door, place the filter in the slot so that
the air flow is directed toward the inside of the appliance.
Reattach the filter door. Push firebox back in and latch.
REMOVE SCREW
1 heat duct = 5 elbows
2 additional elbows x 8 ft = 16 ft.
50 ft. - 16 ft. = 34 ft.
Max length of duct run = 34 ft.
• For optimum appliance performance, Hearth & Home
Technologies suggests using rigid ducting.
HEAT DUCT KNOCKOUTS
Figure 9.3 Filter Replacement
Figure 9.2 Heat Duct Knockouts
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Installing Vent Pipe
A. Assemble Vent Sections (CVP Pipe only)
B. Assemble Slip Sections
Note: The end of the pipe sections that do not have O-rings will
face toward the appliance.
Attach the first pipe section to the starting collar:
• Slide the inner flue of the slip section into the inner flue
of the pipe section and the outer flue of the slip section
over the outer flue of the pipe section. See Figure 10.3.
• Inner pipe over inner collar.
• Slide together to the desired length.
• Push the pipe section until the outer pipe contacts the rib.
See Figure 10.2.
• Secure pipe section together with three screws in the
existing pilot holes.
All outer pipe joints must be sealed with high temperature
silicone (300ºF minimum continuous exposure rating), or
foil tape including the slip section that connects directly to
the horizontal termination cap.
WARNING! Risk of Fire or Explosion! DO NOT break
silicone seals on slip sections. Use care when removing termination cap from slip pipe. If slip section seals
are broken during removal of the termination cap, vent
may leak.
Pilot hole
Figure 10.3 Slip Section Pilot Holes
• Maintain a 1-1/2 in. (38 mm) overlap between the slip
section and the pipe section.
RIB
A
• Secure the pipe and slip section with three screws no
longer than 1/2 in. (13 mm), using the pilot holes in the
slip section. See Figure 10.4.
PILOT
HOLE
B
Figure 10.1
• Seal slip joint with foil tape or high temperature silicone
(300ºF minimum continuous exposure rating).
OUTER
PIPE
Figure 10.2
SCREW
Figure 10.4 Screws into Slip Section
• Continue adding pipe as necessary following instructions
in “Assembling Pipe Sections.”
NOTICE: If slip section is too long, the inner and outer
flues of the slip section can be cut to the desired length.
• All unit collar, pipe, slip section, elbow and cap outer
flues shall be sealed with foil tape or high temperature
silicone (300ºF minimum continuous exposure rating).
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C. Secure the Vent Sections
D. Disassemble Vent Sections
• Vertical runs of CVP pipe originating off the top of the
appliance, with no offsets, must be supported every 8
ft. (2.44 m) after the maximum allowed 25 ft. (7.62 m) of
unsupported rise.
• Remove three screws that secure the pipe sections
together.
• Pull carefully but firmly to separate the pieces of pipe.
• Horizontal runs must be supported every 4 feet (1.2
m).
• Vent supports or plumbers strap (spaced 120º apart)
may be used to support vent sections. See Figures
10.5 and 10.6.
• Wall shield firestops may be used to provide horizontal
support to vent sections.
• Vent pipe must slope upward 1/2 inch for every foot
of horizontal vent run to allow for proper drainage of
condensate.
WARNING! Risk of Fire, Explosion or Asphyxiation!
Improper support may allow vent to sag and separate.
Use vent run supports and connect vent sections per installation instructions. DO NOT allow vent to sag below
connection point to appliance.
Figure 10.7 Securing Horizontal Pipe Sections
120º
Figure 10.5 Securing Vertical Pipe Sections
120º
Figure 10.6 Securing Horizontal Pipe Sections
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E. Vertical Termination
• See minimum vent heights for various pitched roofs
(Figure 10.8) to determine the length of pipe to extend
through the roof.
HORIZONTAL
OVERHANG
2 FT.
MIN.
20 INCHES MIN.
VERTICAL
WALL
LOWEST
DISCHARGE
OPENING
2. Secure plastic storm collar to metal roof flashing with
the four screws provided. Caulk around all seams with
caulk with a minimum of 300ºF continuous exposure
rating. See Figure 10.9 and 10.10.
3. Slide vent assembly through the plastic storm collar
until the flange on the vent assembly rests on the storm
collar. See Figure 10.11.
4. Secure pipe to the interior roof with the roof clamp
provided. Caulk around the seam. See Figure 10.12,
Figure 10.13 and Figure 10.14 in reference to correct
installation.
Note: CVP-VC can adjust 9 in. (14 in. to 23 in.).
GAS DIRECT VENT
TERMINATION CAP
X
12
ROOF PITCH
IS X/ 12
H (MIN.) - MINIMUM HEIGHT FROM ROOF
TO LOWEST DISCHARGE OPENING
Roof Pitch
H (Min.) Ft.
Flat to 6/12........................................ 1.0*
Over 6/12 to 7/12 ............................ 1.25*
Over 7/12 to 8/12 .............................. 1.5*
Over 8/12 to 9/12 .............................. 2.0*
Over 9/12 to 10/12 ............................ 2.5*
Over 10/12 to 11/12 ......................... 3.25
Over 11/12 to 12/12 ........................... 4.0
Over 12/12 to 14/12 ........................... 5.0
Over 14/12 to 16/12 ........................... 6.0
Over 16/12 to 18/12 ........................... 7.0
Over 18/12 to 20/12 ........................... 7.5
Over 20/12 to 21/12 ........................... 8.0
CAULK
Figure 10.9 Caulk Around Flashing
* 3 foot minimum in snow regions
Figure 10.8 Minimum Height From Roof To Lowest Discharge
Opening
NOTICE: Failure to properly caulk the roof flashing and
pipe seams may permit entry of water.
• Caulk the gap between the roof flashing and the outside
diameter of the pipe. See Figure 10.10.
CAULK
Figure 10.10 Caulk Around Metal/Plastic Seam
• Caulk the perimeter of the flashing where it contacts the
roof surface. See Figure 10.9.
FLANGE
• Caulk the overlap seam of any exposed pipe sections
that are located above the roof line. See Figure 10.12.
VENT ASSEMBLY
F. Install Storm Collar & Vertical Vent Cap
COLLAR
CAUTION! Risk of Cuts, Abrasions or Flying Debris.
Wear protective gloves and safety glasses during installation. Sheet metal edges are sharp.
1. Slide plastic storm collar over metal roof flashing.
Collar can be rotated 180º to accommodate various
roof pitches.
Figure 10.11 Vent Flange Installed on Storm Collar
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CAULK
FLANGE OVERLAPS
STORM COLLAR
Figure 10.12 Caulk Flange Storm Collar Overlap
VERTICAL
TERMINATION
FLASHING
COLLAR
Figure 10.14 Correct Vertical Termination Installation
FLASHING
ROOF CLAMP
Figure 10.13 Vertical Termination Installation.
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G. Install Horizontal Termination Cap (CVP-HCK)
• Vent termination must not be recessed in the wall. Siding
may be brought to the edge of the cap base.
• Flash and seal as appropriate for siding material at
outside edges of cap.
• When installing a horizontal termination cap, follow
the cap location guidelines as prescribed by current
ANSI Z223.1 and CAN/CGA-B149 installation codes
and refer to Section 6 of this manual.
CAUTION! Risk of Burns! Local codes may require installation of a cap shield to prevent anything or anyone
from touching the hot cap.
CVP-HCK can adjust 9 inches (14 in. to 23 in.).
SLOTS ON BOTTOM
SIDE OF CAP.
NOTICE: When installing the horizontal termination
cap, ensure the slots are on the bottom of the cap.
Figure 10.15 CVP-HCK Orientation
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11
Condensate Removal System
A. Condensate Removal System
This appliance will create condensate. The condensate
must be piped directly to a drain via approved piping or
with a condensate pump. The condensate drain is located
on the lower right side of the appliance. See Figure 11.1.
Drain pipe and fittings must conform to ANSI standards
and ASTM D1785, D2466 or D2846. CPVC or PVC cement must conform to ASTM D2564 or F493. Primer
must conform to ASTM F656. In Canada, use CSA or
ULC certified schedule 40 CPVC or ULC cerified schedule 40 CPVC or PVC drain pipe, fittings and cement.
The condensate drainage system and pump use gravity
and should be located lower than the discharge location
on the appliance. The condensate must be drained
efficiently in order for the appliance to operate at peak
performance.
CAUTION! Risk of Injury!
• Remove any excess condensate or spillage immediately to avoid slips and falls.
• Do not allow condensate to come into contact with
mouth or eyes.
If a condensate pump will be used with the appliance, it is
recommended that the pump meet these criteria:
CAUTION! Risk of Injury!
• Condensate pump should be located as close to
the appliance as possible for efficient removal of
condensate.
Furnace condensate is mildly acidic and may be corrosive.
A pH neutralizing filter may be needed. Check with local
authorities if this type of filter is required.
An access panel is located on the right side of the appliance. This panel is for servicing the condensate system
after appliance installation. The removal of five screws is
required to remove the panel. See Figure 11.1.
B. Winterizing Condensate Removal System
NOTICE: The appliance must be winterized if the
appliance is subjected to ambient temperatures of 32ºF
(0ºC) or lower if left idle.
Some water will accumulate in the heat exchanger as a
result of the heat transfer process. To winterize your appliance:
1. Turn off gas supply to valve. Red gas shutoff knob is
located on ball valve.
2. Disconnect electrical supply to the appliance.
•
The pump has a safety switch that will not allow the appliance to operate in the event of a power failure.
3. Disengage firebox from outer shell approximately 12
inches. Adjust support wheels and/or provide additional support if necessary. See Section 16.D and 16.E.
•
The pump is approved for condensate producing appliances and have a safety switch.
4. Remove upper inducer tube from inducer housing.
See Figure 11.2.
AP
PL
IA
NC
EF
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TUBE
CONDENSATE
PUMP ACCESS
PANEL
CONDENSATE
DRAIN 1/2 IN.
PVC FITTING
4-1/2 IN.
Figure 11.1 Condensate Removal Access
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Figure 11.2 Upper Inducer Housing Tube - Connected to Inducer
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5. Insert 3/8 inch (ID) field-supplied funnel into tube. See
Figure 11.3.
6. Pour one quart propylene glycol (swimming pool/RV
antifreeze) into funnel.
NOTICE: DO NOT use any antifreeze other than propylene
glycol. Damage to plastic components may occur.
Propylene glycol should run through inducer housing,
fill condensate trap, and overflow into condensate drain.
Propylene glycol should remain in condensate system. It
does not need to be removed before appliance startup.
7. Remove funnel and reconnect upper inducer tube to
the housing.
8. Disengage support wheels, return firebox to closed
position and engage latch. See Section 16.D and
16.E.
9. Reconnect electrical supply.
10. Turn on gas supply at valve.
AP
PL
IA
NC
EF
RO
NT
Figure 11.3. Upper Inducer Housing Tube Connected to FieldSupplied Funnel
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Control Module Sequence of Operation
A. Sequence of Operation
1. Normal Heat Cycle
off delay timing.
A. Call for Heat
The thermostat calls for heat by energizing the “W” terminal. The control checks to see the limit circuit is closed
and pressure switch is open. If the limit circuit is open,
the control de-energizes the gas valve and runs the circulating fan and the induced draft motor. If the pressure
switch is closed and remains closed for 5 seconds, the
control will flash proper error code and wait for the pressure switch to open or the call for heat to end. If the pressure switch is open, or opens during the wait time, the
control proceeds to pre-purge.
F. Post Purge (150 Seconds)
B. Pre-Purge (150 seconds)
The control energizes the induced draft motor and waits
for the pressure switch to close. If the pressure switch
does not close within 30 seconds of the inducer being energized an error code will flash. The control will keep the
inducer running and wait until the pressure switch closes or the call for heat is removed. If the pressure switch
closes the error code is reset and the ignition sequence
continues.
When the pressure switch is proven closed, the control
begins the pre-purge time. If flame is sensed any time
while in pre-purge, the pre-purge time is restarted. If
flame is sensed long enough to cause lockout, the control responds as defined in the “Flame Sensed Out of Sequence” portion of the “Fault Modes” section on the next
page. The control runs the inducer for the pre-purge time,
and then proceeds to the ignition trial period.
C. Ignition Trial
The control energizes the spark and gas valve solenoids. The inducer remains energized. Any time flame
is sensed above the Spark Off level, spark is turned off.
If flame signal drops below the Flame Lost level during
Ignition Trial, the spark turns back on. The control monitors flame signal level for the entire Ignition Trial time.
If, at the end of Ignition Trial, flame is sensed above the
Run level, the control keeps the gas valve energized and
begins the heat blower on delay. If flame is not sensed
above the Run level at the end of Ignition Trial, the control
de-energizes the gas valve and proceeds with ignition retry as defined in the “Ignition Re-Try” portion of “Abnormal
Heat Cycle” section on this page.
D. Circulating Fan On Delay (120 Seconds)
The control waits for the specified time after the start of a
successful Ignition Trial, and then energizes the circulating fan. The gas valve and inducer remain energized with
the burner on. The control proceeds to run mode.
E. Run
Control inputs are continuously monitored to ensure limit
circuit and pressure switch are closed, flame remains established, and the thermostat call for heat remains. When
the thermostat call for heat is removed, the control de-energizes the gas valve and begins post-purge and blower
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The Inducer output remains on for the specified postpurge period after the thermostat is satisfied.
G. Circulating Fan Off Delay (210 Seconds)
The control waits for the specified time after the call for
heat is ended and de-energizes the circulating fan.
2. Abnormal Heat Cycle
A. Interrupted Thermostat Call for Heat
If the thermostat demand for heat is removed before the
flame is recognized, the control will run the inducer for the
post purge period and de-energize all outputs.
If the thermostat demand for heat is removed after successful ignition (i.e. the control entered Circulating fan On
Delay or Run states), the control will de-energize the gas
valve, run the induced draft motor through a post purge,
and run the circulating fan for the specified delay off time.
B. Ignition Re-Try
If flame is not established on the first Ignition Trial period,
the control de-energizes the gas valve and the inducer
remains energized for the inter-purge period. The spark
and gas valve are re-energized and the control initiates
another trial for ignition.
If flame is not established on the second Ignition Trial,
the control de-energizes the gas valve, and the inducer
remains energized for the inter-purge period. The spark
and gas valve are re-energized and the control initiates
another trial for ignition.
If flame is not established on the third Ignition Trial period,
the control de-energizes the gas valve and the inducer
remains energized for the inter-purge period. The spark
and gas valve are re-energized and the control initiates
another trial for ignition.
If flame is not established on the fourth Ignition Trial (initial
try + 3 re-tries), the control de-energizes the gas valve,
runs inducer for the established post purge and goes into
soft lockout. The proper LED diagnostic will flash during
soft lockout.
C. Ignition Re-Cycle
If flame is lost during the circulating fan On Delay or Run,
the control de-energizes the gas valve within 2.0 seconds. The induced draft motor continues to run and the
control begins timing the inter-purge delay. The control
energizes (or keeps energized) the circulating fan for the
selected delay off time.
When the inter-purge delay is over, the gas valve and
spark are re-energized, and the control initiates another
ignition activation period. The control will re-cycle up to
5 flame losses (4 re-cycles) within a single call for heat
before going to soft lockout. The proper LED diagnostic
will flash during the auto reset delay before reset from
soft lockout.
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D. Limit Switch Circuit Operation
5. Fault Modes
The limit switch circuit is ignored unless a call for heat is
present (W energized). If the limit switch circuit is open
and a call for heat is present, the control de-energizes the
gas valve and runs the circulating fan and the induced
draft motor.
A. Flame Sensed Out of Sequence
When the switch re-closes or the call for heat is lost, the
control runs the induced draft motor through post-purge
and runs the circulating fan through the selected fan off
delay. The control will return to normal operation after the
blower off delay is completed.
E. Pressure Switch
If the pressure switch opens during prepurge before
the Ignition Trial period, the induced draft motor will run
through the pressure switch recognition delay (2 seconds). If the pressure switch is still open the control will
re-start the pressure switch proving sequence if the call
for heat still exists.
Pressure switch opening for less than 2 seconds during
the Ignition Trial period shall not interrupt the heat cycle.
(Gas valve will de-energize while the pressure switch is
open). If the Ignition Trial is not successful, the control will
flash appropriate code during the inter-purge period.
If the pressure switch opens during run mode, the pressure switch will de-energize the gas valve. If flame is lost
before the end of the 2-second pressure switch recognition delay, the control will respond to the loss of flame.
If the pressure switch remains open for 2 seconds and
flame remains, the control de-energizes the gas valve,
the induced draft motor runs through post-purge, and the
circulating fan runs through the selected fan off delay.
When the fan off delay is over, the circulating fan is deenergized, and a heat cycle is initiated if the call for heat
still exists.
3. Damper Operation
With no call for Damper Transition, Damper 1 is powered
open while Damper 2 is closed.
When the thermostat calls for Damper Transition (“D”)
the damper control relay switches to close Damper 1 and
open Damper 2
When the thermostat removes the call for Damper Transition, the control relay switches to open Damper 1 and
close Damper 2.
Damper Transition has no impact on Call for Heat or Manual Fan Operation.
4. Manual Fan Operation
When the thermostat calls for fan (“G”) without a call for
heat, the circulating fan is energized after an approximately 2.5 second delay. It remains energized as long as
the call for fan remains in place. If a call for heat (“W”) occurs during call for fan, the circulating fan is de-energized
and a normal heating sequence will occur. A call for fan
is ignored while in soft lockout.
Flame sensing only occurs when the inducer is running.
If flame is sensed longer than 20 seconds while the gas
valve is de-energized, the control shall continue running
the inducer and will turn on the circulating fan. When
flame is no longer sensed, the inducer will run through
post-purge and the circulating fan will run through the selected heat fan off delay time. The control will proceed to
soft lockout. The proper diagnostic code will flash.
B. Gas Valve Relay Fault
If the control senses the gas valve as energized for more
than 1 second when the control is not attempting to energize the gas valve, the control will go to soft lockout. The
control assumes either the contacts of the relay driving
the gas valve have welded shut, or the sensing circuit
has failed. The inducer is turned off to open the pressure
switch and stop gas flow by shutting off power to the gas
valve circuit, unless a flame is present. The proper diagnostic code will flash.
6. Lockout
A. Soft Lockout
The control shall not initiate a call for heat or call for fan
while in soft lockout. The control will respond to an open
limit if a call for heat is pending. Soft lockout shall automatically reset after 1 hour and a new light off sequence
will begin if the call for heat is still in place. Soft lockout
may be manually reset by removing power from the control for more than 1 second or removing the thermostat
call for heat for more than 3 and less than 20 seconds.
B. Hardware Failure Lockout
If the control detects a fault on the control board, the proper diagnostic code will flash and the control will lockout as
long as the fault remains. This lockout will automatically
reset if the hardware fault clears.
7. Power Interruption
During a momentary power interruption or at voltage levels below the minimum operating voltage (line voltage or
low voltage) the system will self-recover when voltage returns to the operating range.
Power interruptions of less than 80mS shall not cause the
control to change operating states. Power interruptions
greater than 80mS may cause interruption of the operating cycle and re-start.
NOTE: 80mS power interruption may cause gas valve to
close. If flame sense is lost, control will go to Ignition Recycle.
8. Status Indicators
See Service Technician’s Manual for Control Module
Troubleshooting.
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Gas Information
A. Fuel Conversion
C. Gas Connection
• Make sure the appliance is compatible with available gas
types.
• Refer to Section 16.D instructions on pulling the firebox
out.
• Conversions must be made by a qualified service
technician using Hearth & Home Technologies specified
and approved parts.
• Refer to Section 17 for location of gas line access on
appliance.
B. Gas Pressure
• Optimum appliance performance requires proper input
pressures.
• Gas line sizing requirements will be determined in ANSI
Z223.1 National Fuel Gas Code in the USA and CAN/
CGA B149 in Canada.
• Pressure requirements are:
Gas Pressure
Natural Gas
Propane
Minimum inlet pressure
5.0 in. w.c.
11.0 in. w.c.
Maximum inlet pressure
10.0 in. w.c.
13.0 in. w.c.
Manifold pressure
3.5 in. w.c.
10.0 in. w.c.
• Gas valve is located on right hand side at rear of firebox
once the firebox has been pulled out. See Figure 13.1.
• The gap between supply piping and gas access hole
may be caulked with caulk with a minimum of 300ºF
continuous exposure rating or stuffed with noncombustible, unfaced insulation to prevent cold air
infiltration.
• Ensure that gas line does not come in contact with outer
wrap of the appliance. Follow local codes.
• Connect appliance to gas supply outside of appliance at
gas line access point as shown in Figure 13.2.
WARNING! Risk of Fire or Explosion! Support control
when attaching pipe to prevent bending gas line.
• A small amount of air will be in the gas supply lines.
WARNING! Risk of Fire or Explosion! High pressure
will damage valve. Low pressure may cause explosion.
WARNING! Risk of Fire or Explosion! Gas build-up during line purge could ignite.
• Verify inlet pressures. Verify minimum pressures when
other household gas appliances are operating.
• Purge should be performed by qualified service
technician.
• Install regulator upstream of valve if line pressure is
greater than 1/2 psig.
• Ensure adequate ventilation.
WARNING
Fire Risk.
Explosion Hazard.
High pressure will damage valve.
• Disconnect gas supply piping BEFORE
pressure testing gas line at test pressures
above 1/2 psig.
• Close the manual shutoff valve BEFORE
pressure testing gas line at test pressures
equal to or less than 1/2 psig.
• Ensure there are no ignition sources such as sparks
or open flames.
Light the appliance. It will take a short time for air to purge
from lines. When purging is complete the appliance will
light and operate normally.
WARNING! Risk of Fire, Explosion or Asphyxiation!
Check all fittings and connections with a non-corrosive
commercially available leak-check solution. DO NOT use
open flame. Fittings and connections could have loosened during shipping and handling.
WARNING! Risk of Fire! DO NOT change valve settings.
This valve has been preset at the factory.
Note: Have the gas supply line installed in accordance with
local codes, if any. If not, follow ANSI 223.1. Installation
should be done by a qualified installer approved and/or
licensed as required by the locality. (In the Commonwealth
of Massachusetts installation must be performed by a
licensed plumber or gas fitter).
Note: A listed (and Commonwealth of Massachusetts approved) 1/2 in. (13 mm) T-handle manual shut-off valve
and flexible gas connector are connected to the 1/2 in. (13
mm) control valve inlet.
• If substituting for these components, please consult
local codes for compliance.
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WARNING! Risk of Explosion! DO NOT remove or adjust factory-installed flexible gas supply inlet at the valve.
D. High Altitude Installations
NOTICE: If the heating value of the gas has been reduced,
these rules do not apply. Check with your local gas utility
or authorities having jurisdiction.
When installing above 2000 feet elevation:
BALL VALVE
INLET MANIFOLD
PRESSURE TAP
• In the USA: Reduce burner orifice 4% for each 1000 feet
above 2000 feet.
• In CANADA: Reduce burner orifice 10% for elevations
between 2000 feet and 4500 feet. Above 4500 feet,
consult local gas utility.
OUTLET MANIFOLD
PRESSURE TAP
Figure 13.1 Location of Gas Ball Valve
5/8-18 UNF FLARE FITTING
Figure 13.2 Location of Gas Line Access
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Electrical Information
A. Wiring Requirements
E. Equipment Interface Module (EIM)
NOTICE: This appliance must be electrically wired
and grounded in accordance with local codes or, in the
absence of local codes, with National Electric Code
ANSI/NFPA 70-latest edition or the Canadian Electric
Code CSA C22.1.
The Equipment Interface Module (EIM) is used for communication to take place between the appliance and the
wireless thermostat. The EIM can be installed in a remote
area, but will need to be accessible after installation and
finishing of the appliance are complete. The appliance is
supplied with 25 feet of low voltage wire that will be used
to wire the EIM to the appliance. See Figure 14.1 and
14.2 for wiring. Refer to the manufacturer’s instructions
included with the EIM for further operating instructions.
NOTICE: Hearth & Home Technologies recommends
that this appliance be wired on its own circuit with its own
circuit breaker.
• Wire the appliance junction box to 110-120 VAC.
NOTICE: The wireless thermostat must be located no less
than two feet and no more than 80 feet from the Equipment
Interface Module.
• A 110-120 VAC circuit for this product must be protected
with ground-fault circuit-interrupter protection, in
compliance with the applicable electrical codes, when
it is installed in locations such as in bathrooms or near
sinks.
WARNING! Risk of Shock! Disconnect 110-120 VAC
power supply before installing EIM.
• Low voltage and 110-120 VAC voltage cannot be shared
within the same wall box.
Wire the EIM as shown in Figure 14.1.
WARNING! Risk of Shock or Explosion! DO NOT wire
110V to the valve or to the Equipment Interface Module.
Incorrect wiring will damage controls.
WARNING! Risk of Shock! DO NOT wire 110V to the
Equipment Interface Module. Incorrect wiring will damage EIM.
WARNING! Risk of Shock! Keep electrical wires away
from condensate drainage system.
B. Optional Components
Wiring for optional components should be done now to
avoid reconstruction. Follow manufacturer’s instructions
that accompany those components.
Examples of optional components:
• Condensate Pump
• Heat Duct Dampers
C. Dampers Wiring Requirements
The appliance is supplied with two (eight foot) lengths of
low voltage wire. The control module supplies 24V AC
to these wires. A switch must be installed to operate any
power dampers. The switch should be located between
the yellow and red wires. See Figure 14.2. The power
relay on the control module is activated or deactivated by
switching these wires. The control switch will not operate
the dampers.
D. Electrical Service and Repair
WARNING! Risk of Shock! Label all wires prior to disconnection when servicing controls. Wiring errors can
cause improper and dangerous operation. Verify proper
operation after servicing.
WARNING! Risk of Shock! Replace damaged wire with
type 105º C rated wire. Wire must have high temperature
insulation.
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WIRE COLOR
MODULE LOCATION
Blue
C
Red
R
White
W
Yellow
Y
Green
G
Figure 14.1 EIM Wiring
WARNING! Risk of Shock! Label all wires prior to disconnection when servicing controls. Wiring errors can
cause improper and dangerous operation. Verify proper
operation after servicing.
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EXHAUST
PRESSURE
SWITCH
INTAKE
PRESSURE
SWITCH
GAS VALVE
FLAME
ROD
SPARK
ROD
IGNITER
LIMIT
SWITCH
FOR OPTIONAL ELECTRONIC DAMPERS
DAMPER
POWER
SUPPLY
3
NEUTRALS
ROOM
DAMPER
C
3A FUSE
R
9 PIN
W
ROOM DAMPER
G
Y
MOTOR START
CAPACITOR
DAMPERS
SAFETY
SWITCH
FAN
CIRCULATING
FAN BLOWER
TO EQUIPMENT INTERFACE
MODULE
24VAC COM
CONT
SWITCH FOR
OPTIONAL DAMPERS
ON
XFMR
TND
L1
FAN
DELAY
HUM
LED MODULE
L2
L1 (HOT)
COMMON
24VAC
INDUCER
LED(5)
SAFETY
SWITCH
TO 120V, 60 Hz POWER SUPPLY
JUNCTION BOX
DAMPERS
TERMINALS
Pin #
Thermostat
Pin #
Function
D1
1
D (Yellow)
Toggle dampers on/off
2
G (Green)
Call for continuous low speed fan
3
W (White)
Call for heat from thermostat
4
R/2 (Red)
24 VAC hot for thermostat
5
C/3 (Blue)
24VAC system common
D_IN
D2
Function
Damper 1 power
24 VAC supply
Damper 2 power
9-PIN
Pin #
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Function
Not used
Gas valve 24 VAC common – Must be wired
to appliance chassis for proper flame sense
operation.
Limit switch input (Common with pin 6)
Main gas valve output
Pressure switch input
Pressure switch output (common with pin 3)
Flame sense output
Limit switch output
Flame sense/chassis ground (24VAC common)
Figure 14.2 Appliance Wiring Diagram
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F. Junction Box Installation
To wire the junction box from the INSIDE of the appliance:
• Disengage the latch and pull the firebox out. Refer to
Section 16 for instructions and see Figure 16.1.
• Remove the screw attaching the junction box/receptacle
to the outer shell, rotate the junction box inward to disengage it from the outer shell.
• Pull the electrical wires from outside the appliance through
the opening into the valve compartment and secure wires
with a Romex connector.
• Make all necessary wire connections to the junction box/
receptacle and reattach the junction box/receptacle to
the outer shell.
NOTICE: Hearth & Home Technologies recommends
that this appliance be wired on its own circuit with its own
circuit breaker.
JUNCTION
BOX
POWER CORD
FROM WIRE
HARNESS
Figure 14.5 Power Cord from Wire Harness Plugged into
Junction Box
This appliance is equipped with an exhaust safety switch
that will shut down the appliance in the event of an exhaust
hose disconnection. See Figure 14.3. The exhaust safety
switch is wired to the supplied junction box to the “FAN”
terminals. See Figure 14.4. The power cord from the wire
harness is then plugged into the “FAN” receptacle on the
supplied junction box. See Figure 14.5.
G. Convection Blower Safety Switch
EXHAUST
SAFETY
SWITCH
The convection blower is wired through a safety switch so
the convection blower will not operate when the firebox is
disengaged from the outer wrap and/or being serviced.
See Figure 14.6.
WARNING! Risk of Injury! DO NOT bypass the safety
switch. Fan blades will cause injury.
WARNING! Risk of Shock! Capacitor contains stored
voltage. Discharge capacitor before servicing.
CAPACITOR
SAFETY
SWITCH
Figure 14.3 Exhaust Safety Switch
NOTICE:
DO NOT
wire 110120 VAC to
Equipment
Interface
Module.
Figure 14.6 Capacitor and Safety Switch
Figure 14.4 Junction Box Detail
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Finishing
A. Splatter Guard
To install the Splatter Guard:
The splatter guard is a piece of corrugated material
used to protect the appliance during the installation
process before finishing work on the whole hearth is
complete. The splatter guard is factory-installed on this
model. Splatter guards must be removed before appliance is fired.
Step 3. Crease flap on top and sides of splatter guard using the scored lines for a guide. See Figure 15.3
WARNING! Risk of Fire! Close the ball valve before installing the splatter guard to prevent accidental lighting.
Remove the splatter guard before lighting the appliance.
Step 1. Turn off gas to valve. Red gas shutoff knob is located on ball valve. See Figure 15.1. Refer to Section 16.D
and 16.E for instructions on how to disengage latch and pull
the firebox out from the outer shell of the appliance.
Figure 15.3 Bend Flaps at Creases
GAS SHUTOFF KNOB
Step 4. Center the splatter guard in front of the appliance.
Place the splatter guard in the appliance by guiding the
top and side flaps into the openings on the top and sides
of the appliance. See Figure 15.4 and Figure 15.5.
SIDE OPENING
TOP OPENING
Figure 15.1 Location of Gas Shutoff Knob
Step 2. Disconnect the power cord from the junction box.
Figure 15.4 Splatter Guard Openings
JUNCTION
BOX
Figure 15.2 Location of Junction Box
Figure 15.5 Splatter Guard Installation
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Figure 15.6 Splatter Guard Installed
To Remove the Splatter Guard:
Grab splatter guard at the bottom with both hands and
pull outward as shown in Figure 15.7.
Figure 15.7 Removing Splatter Guard
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B. Mantel and Wall Projections
C. Facing Material
WARNING! Risk of Fire! Comply with all minimum clearances as specified. Framing closer than the minimums listed must be constructed entirely of non-combustible materials (i.e., steel studs, concrete board, etc.).
• Metal front faces may be covered with non-combustible
materials only.
Combustible Mantels
TO CEILING
18
12
11
10
32
9
25
8
7
19
6
5
3
17
4
18
16
15
14
• Facing and/or finishing materials must not interfere with
air flow through louvers, operation of doors, or access
for service or separation of firebox from outer appliance
wrap.
• Facing and/or finishing materials must never overhang
the top edge of the firebox or separation of firebox and
appliance outer wrap will not be possible.
• Observe all clearances when applying combustible
materials.
WARNING! Risk of Fire! DO NOT apply combustible
materials beyond the minimum clearances. Comply with
all minimum clearances to combustibles as specified in
this manual. Overlapping materials could ignite and will
interfere with proper operation of doors and louvers.
13
12
2-1/2
11
10
5
MEASUREMENTS FROM
TOP EDGE OF THE OPENING
Note: All measurements in inches.
Note: Measurement is taken from top of the
opening, NOT the top of the fireplace.
Figure 15.8 Minimum Vertical and Maximum Horizontal
Dimensions of Combustibles
Combustible Mantel Legs or Wall Projections
INTERIOR WALL
TOP VIEW
A
B
FIREPLACE OPENING
MANTEL LEG OR WALL PROJECTIONS
If
A
B
A minimum is ____, then B maximum is_____.
Inches
2-7/16 3-7/16 4-7/16 5-7/16 6-7/16 7-7/16
Inches
62
1
87
2
113
3
138
4
164
5
Millimeters
25
51
76
102
127
Millimeters
Figure 15.9
189


Clearances to Mantel Legs or Wall Projections
(Acceptable on both sides of opening.)
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D. Doors
Only doors approved for use with this appliance model
may be used. Contact your dealer for a list of approved
doors. Once you have determined what kind of door and
finishing material is going to be used on the fireplace, you
may use the table below which shows the door models
and the finishing material thickness allowed.
FINISHING
MATERIAL
4 IN. MAXIMUM
THICKNESS
FINISHING
MATERIAL
4 IN. MAXIMUM
THICKNESS
HE36CLX-S
DOOR
Halston
Forge
Folio
FIT
FINISH MATERIAL
THICKNESS (INCHES)
SEE
FIGURE
X
(INCHES)
Y
(INCHES)
34-3/8
Inside
4
15.11
38-1/4
Overlap
1
15.10
NA
NA
Inside
4
15.11
38-1/4
34-3/8
Overlap
1
15.10
NA
NA
Inside
4
15.11
38-1/4
34-3/8
Overlap
1
15.10
NA
NA
DOOR
Inside Fit Door
FINISHING
MATERIAL
4 IN. MAXIMUM
THICKNESS
FINISHING
MATERIAL
4 IN. MAXIMUM
THICKNESS
Table 1. Finishing Material Thicknesses
IF FINISHING MATERIAL IS
THICKER THAN 2 IN., DOORS
WILL ONLY OPEN AS FAR AS
PICTURED.
Inside Fit Operable Hinge Door
Finishing material between 1 and 4 in. thick.
Refer to Table 1 for X and Y dimensions.
FRONT FACE OF FIREPLACE
DOOR
Y (Includes 1/8 in.opening
1 IN. MAX. FINISHING MATERIAL
(TOP EDGE)
each side of door)
Measurement is
taken from the
bottom of the appliance.
Finishing materials 1 in. maximum thick.
Stop finishing material flush with opening.
Figure 15.10 Overlap Fit Door
X
(Includes 1/8 in. opening each side of door)
Figure 15.11 Inside Fit Door
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Appliance Setup
A. Remove the Shipping Materials
E. Engage Support Wheels
Remove shipping materials from inside or underneath the
firebox.
This appliance is fitted with linear motion slide mechanisms to provide guidance and support of the appliance
as it is separated from the outer shell. These slide mechanisms will deflect under the weight of the firebox. This
deflection presents the possibility of the firebox contacting flooring materials as it is transferred in and out of the
outer shell. The appliance is equipped with support wheel
assemblies to carry the load and to reduce the possibility
of damage to flooring.
B. Clean the Appliance
Clean/vacuum any sawdust that may have accumulated
inside or behind the firebox.
C. Accessories
Install approved accessories per instructions included
with accessories. Contact your dealer for a list of approved accessories.
WARNING! Risk of Fire and Electric Shock! Use ONLY
Hearth & Home Technologies-approved optional accessories with this appliance. Using non-listed accessories
could result in a safety hazard and will void the warranty.
D. Disengage Firebox from Outer Shell
In order to perform certain setup and maintenance tasks,
it will be necessary to partially separate the firebox from
the outer shell of the appliance. Use a Phillips screwdriver
to loosen the 1/4 turn fasteners on the two latches on the
lower front face of the appliance and pull the firebox out
carefully using both hands. See Figure 16.1.
CAUTION! Risk of injury! Avoid pinch points by grasping only front and side of appliance door when pushing
back into place.
NOTICE! Appliance is heavy. Slide out and in carefully to
avoid scratching floor or hearth.
There is one adjustable support wheel on both the left and
right sides of the firebox to help support the weight of the
firebox when it is being pulled out. Pull appliance out approximately four inches to access the support wheels. To
utilize the support wheel, loosen the nuts and adjust the
wheel to the desired height. Use care when pulling appliance out to avoid scratching the floor or hearth. Rest the
slide in the slot at the appropriate height and tighten the
nuts. If the firebox will be extended to a point where the
wheel does not touch the surface, an additional means of
support will be needed.
WARNING! Risk of injury! Support firebox with support
wheels. Firebox may tip when pulled away from outer shell.
When finished with appliance maintenance task, push the
firebox back to within four inches of closing, adjust the
support wheels to the original stowed position and secure
in place. Engage the 1/4 turn fasteners on the latches on
the lower front face of the appliance, to secure it within the
outer shell. Pull gently on the firebox to verify the firebox
is correctly secured and latched.
SUPPORT WHEEL
ASSEMBLY
NUTS
STOWED
SUPPORT WHEEL
DEPLOYED
SUPPORT WHEEL
FIREBOX LATCHES
Figure 16.1 Disengage Firebox from Outer Shell
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F. Fixed Glass Assembly
WARNING! Risk of Asphyxiation! Handle fixed glass
assembly with care. Inspect the gasket to ensure it is
undamaged and inspect the glass for cracks, chips or
scratches.
TOP GLASS FRAME HOOK
• DO NOT strike, slam or scratch glass.
• DO NOT operate fireplace with glass removed, cracked,
broken or scratched.
• Replace as a complete assembly.
Removing Fixed Glass Assembly
1. Remove the three 1/4 inch nuts on the bottom of the
glass frame. See Figure 16.2.
RETURN BEND
2. Use a Phillips screwdriver to turn the 1/4 turn latching
fasteners counterclockwise and pull the firebox out
approximately two inches.
3. Grasp the lower portion of the glass assembly and
pivot out and up.
Replacing Fixed Glass Assembly
1. Insert the top glass frame hook on the return bend on
the top side of the firebox. See Figure 16.3.
2. Pivot the bottom of the glass assembly toward the
firebox.
3. Reinstall the three 1/4 inch nuts on the bottom of the
glass frame and tighten.
Figure 16.3 Top Glass Frame Hook
4. Push the firebox back into the outer shell.
5. Put the 1/4 turn latching fasteners back in place and
turn clockwise to tighten. Pull gently on the firebox to
verify the firebox is correctly secured and latched.
1/4 TURN LATCHING FASTENERS
1/4 INCH NUTS
Figure 16.2 Door Latching Fasteners
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G. Refractory
CAUTION! Risk of Cuts or Abrasions. Wear protective
gloves and safety glasses during installation.
NOTICE: Handle refractory panels with care. Refractory
may chip or crack if dropped or impacted.
KIT COMPONENTS
(1) Left Refractory
NO GAPS
(1) Right Refractory
(1) Back Refractory
(1) Top Refractory
(1) Left Refractory Base
(1) Right Refractory Base
Figure 2. Right and Left Refractory Installed
(1) Front Refractory Base
INSTALLATION
1. Install back refractory by placing against the back wall
of the firebox. See Figure 1.
SLOTS
Figure 3. Refractory Tabs
3. Using both hands, hold the top refractory panel with
the brick pattern facing down and the slots toward the
rear of the firebox. See Figure 3.
Figure 1. Rear Refractory Installation
2. Install left side refractory by placing the left refractory
panel against the side of the firebox and pushing toward the back of the firebox until side refractory contacts back refractory panel. See Figure 2. Ensure side
panels contact back panel so that no gaps exist. Follow the same procedure to place the right side refractory panel.
4. Insert the top refractory panel into the firebox and lift
it toward the top. Keep top refractory panel close to
upper firebox lip. This will allow for easier installation
due to the wider dimension of the front of the firebox.
Slide the top refractory panel in toward the back wall
of firebox, maintaining the same angle as the top section of the side panels.
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5. Lower the top refractory panel onto the side and back
refractory panels. There is a lip on the top panel that
allows it to sit on the top edge of the side panels.
Push tight against back refractory panel.
5. Install front base refractory by placing it on the bottom
of the firebox. The front edge should be flush with the
front of the firebox. See Figure 6.
6. Installation is complete when top refractory panel is
set securely in place. Top refractory panel may need
to be pulled down to fit correctly. Chamfers should
properly fit together and gaps should be minimized
with correct installation. See Figure 4.
Figure 6. Front Base Refractory Installed
NO GAPS
Figure 4. Top Refractory Panel Installed
4. Install left and right base refractory by pivoting and
sliding under the grate assembly. Panels will fit flush
with the bottom of the firebox. See Figure 5.
Figure 5. Left and Right Base Refractory Installed
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H. Teco-Sil Placement
IDEAL
1. Pour Teco-Sil between the base refractory and burner
as shown in Figure 16.4.
FLAME SENSOR
Figure 16.7 Teco-Sil Ideal
BASE REFRACTORY
Figure 16.4 Placement of Embers
2. Using a high temperature black paint, fog the Teco-Sil
to the desired look. See below for fogging tips.
Fogging Tips
• Apply paint with the ember lights turned on. This will
help you avoid over fogging or under fogging. Prior to
painting, take precautions to prevent any overspray from
reaching the flame sensor. See Figure 16.4.
• Reduce the lighting in the room while applying the paint.
• Fog the Teco-Sil to create a realistic coal bed appearance.
NOT PAINTED
Figure 16.5 Teco-Sil Not Painted
TOO LIGHT
Figure 16.6 Teco-Sil Too Light
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I. Ember Placement
WARNING! Risk of Explosion! Follow ember placement
instructions in manual. DO NOT completely block burner
ports with ember material. Replace ember material annually. Improperly placed embers interfere with proper burner
operation.
NO EMBERS IN SHADED AREA
1. Locate the guide sleeves on the burner assembly. See
Figure 16.8. Position the fiber burner top on the pins
and carefully push burner top into place.
2. Ember material is shipped with this gas appliance. To
place the ember material:
•
Embers CANNOT completely block burner ports. Care
should be taken not to block the lighting trail of ports.
•
Embers may only be placed in areas as shown in Figure
16.9.
•
LP Only: Using dime-size pieces of Glowing Embers®,
overlap the burner ports. See Figure 16.10. The
impingement created by the embers will help blend the
fire.
•
Save the remaining ember materials for use during
appliance servicing. The embers provided should be
enough for 3 to 5 applications.
Figure 16.9 Placement of Embers
LOCATING HOLES
FIBER BURNER TOP
Figure 16.10 Embers Overlapping Burner Port Holes (LP only).
PILOT COVER
BURNER SHIELD
BURNER ASSEMBLY
GUIDE SLEEVES
Figure 16.8 Place Fiber Burner Top on Pins
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J. Install the Log Assembly
LOG PLACEMENT
Log Set Assembly: LOGS-6000CLX
Models: 6000CLX-IPI-S, 6000CLX-IPILP-S 6000CLX-IPI-T,
6000CLX-IPILP-T, HE36CLX-S, HE36CLXLP-S
FIBER BURNER TOP
INSTRUCTIONS
LOCATING HOLES
LOCATING HOLES
FIBER BURNER TOP
TAB BENT IN = NG
PILOT COVER
BURNER SHIELD
PILOT COVER
BURNER SHIELD
BURNER ASSEMBLY
BURNER ASSEMBLY
TAB NOT BENT = LP
GUIDE SLEEVES
GUIDE SLEEVES
Figure 2. HE36CLX-S
Figure 1. 6000CLX
CAUTION: Logs are fragile, handle with care. Log #1 (2166-721): Locate log placement tabs on the pilot cover. Bend
tabs upward as shown in Figure 3. Tabs should be in a vertical orientation. A pliers may need to be used. Locate the log
placements slots on the bottom of Log # 1. See Figure 4. Mate the slots located on the bottom of Log #1 with the placement
log tabs on the pilot cover. Log # 1 is properly installed when it sits squarely and completely on pilot cover with tabs engaged.
See Figure 5.
LOG PLACEMENT TABS
LOG PLACEMENT INDENTATIONS
GRATE TINE
Figure 3
Figure 4
LOG PLACEMENT SLOTS
Figure 5 shows the log placement protrusions located on the top of Log # 1. The protrusions will be mated with the grooves
located on the bottom of Log #2 and Log #3. See Figure 6. Log #2 and Log #3 also have grooves that allow the logs to be
seated properly on the grate. See Figure 6. Hold Log #1 upright while placing Log #2.
LOG PLACEMENT PROTRUSIONS
GROOVES
Bottom view of
Logs # 2 and 3
1
2
3
GROOVES
Figure 5
Figure 6
Log #2 (2166-722): Mate the groove located on the bottom of Log #2 with the left protrusion on top of Log #1. After groove
and protrusion have been fitted together, mate the groove located on the bottom of Log #2 with the horizontal grate bar and
slide Log # 2 toward the left until it rests against the far left grate tine. See Figure 7.
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LEFT GRATE TINE
RIGHT GRATE TINE
1
1
2
3
2
Figure 7
Figure 8
Log #3 (2166-723): Mate the groove located on the bottom of Log #3 with the right log placement protrusion on top of Log #1.
After groove and protrusion have been fitted together, mate the groove located on the bottom of Log #3 with the horizontal
grate bar and slide Log # 3 toward the right until it rests against the far right grate tine. See Figure 8.
Log #4 (2166-724): Place Log #4 in the left log indentation on the burner top. See Figure 3. Slide Log # 4 from right to left
under Log #2 to fit completely and securely into the indentation. See Figure 9. Nose of log #4 should be pulled to fit securely
against right hand side of log indentation.
NOSE
NOSE
FLAT AREA
1
1
2
3
2
4
Figure 9
3
5
4
Figure 10
Log #5 (2166-725): Place Log #5 in the right log indentation on the burner top. See Figure 3. Ensure the log fits completely
and securely in the recessed indentation. See Figure 10. Log #5 should be pulled to the left hand side of log indentation.
Rotate right side of Log #5 toward the back of the indentation.
Log #6 (2166-726): Mate the groove located on the lower end of Log #6 with the fourth grate tine (from left to right) as shown in
Figure 11. Set the other end of Log #6 on the flat area located on top of Log #4. See Figure 10. Log #6 will also rest against
center grate tine. When properly installed, Log #6 will rest securely on all 3 contact points, not allowing movement or shifting.
Log #7 (2166-727): Place back (unnotched) end of Log #7 on the flat area on the top of Log #5. Log #7 must be pulled
tight to the locating notch. Pivot the front (notched) end of Log #7 to the right until the notch of Log #7 contacts the grate tine
located 4th from the left as shown in Figure 12.
LOG #6 CONTACTS TOP OF LOG #4
FLAT
AREA
1
2
4
2
LOCATING
NOTCH
7
4
5
6
Figure 11
1
3
6
3
LOG CONTACTS GRATE TINES
5
Figure 12
LOG CONTACTS GRATE TINE
2183-935C
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K. Air Shutter Setting
L. Wireless Thermostat
Air shutter settings should be adjusted by a qualified service technician at the time of installation. The air shutter is
set at the factory for minimum vertical vent run. Adjust air
shutter for longer vertical runs. See Figure 16.11.
This appliance is operated using the provided wireless
thermostat. The wireless thermostat utilizes Honeywell
RedLINKTM technology (RedLINK is a trademark of Honeywell International Inc.). Refer to the instructions included with the thermostat for mounting, setup and operation.
NOTICE: If sooting occurs, provide more air by opening
the air shutter.
It is normal to experience a slight time delay (approximately 5 seconds) between the time a command button
is pressed and the command taking effect.
NOTICE: The wireless thermostat must be located no less
than two feet and no more than 80 feet from the Equipment
Interface Module.
To maximize the heating function of the appliance, do not
install the thermostat close to the front of the appliance or
any heat ducts. Short cycling may occur.
SCREW
Figure 16.11 Air Shutter
Air Shutter Settings
HE36CLX-S
NG
LP
3/8 IN.
Full Open
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Reference Materials
A. Appliance Dimension Diagram
Dimensions are actual appliance dimensions. Use for reference only. For framing dimensions and clearances refer to Section 5.
L
K
J
HEAT DUCT ACCESS
I
H
M
G
N
ELECTRICAL ACCESS
D
FILTER
ACCESS
CONDENSATE PUMP
ACCESS
O
CONDENSATE
DRAIN ACCESS
P
E
Q
GAS LINE
ACCESS
A
R
B
C
F
Appliance Dimensions Table
Location
Inches
Millimeters
Location
Inches
Millimeters
A
35-11/16
907
J
20-1/2
521
B
36-7/8
936
K
27-1/2
698
C
40-15/16
1039
L
41
1041
D
43-11/16
1109
M
15-7/16
392
E
4-1/2
114
N
8-7/16
214
F
13-5/16
338
O
34-7/16
875
G
11
279
P
3-5/16
84
H
27-1/2
698
Q
11-7/16
291
I
3-1/2
89
R
5/8
16
Figure 17.1 Appliance Dimensions
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B. Vent Components Diagrams
Ø=4 in.
102 mm
4-1/4 in.
108 mm
Ø=4 in.
102 mm
5-5/8 in.
142 mm
Ø=4 in.
102 mm
1-1/2 in.
38 mm
5/16 in.
8 mm
4-13/16 in.
122 mm
12 in.
305 mm
5/16 in.
8 mm
4-1/4 in.
108 mm
5/16 in.
8 mm
Ø=2.4 in.
61 mm
Ø=2.4 in.
61 mm
Ø=2.4 in.
61 mm
CVP45
45 Degree Elbow
CVP90
90 Degree Elbow
Pipe
Effective Length
Inches
Millimeters
CVP60
60
1524
CVP36
36
914
CVP12
12
305
12-18
305-457
CVP12A
CVP12
12 Inch Pipe
Ø=4 in.
102 mm
Ø=4 in.
102 mm
Ø=4 in.
102 mm
1-1/2 in.
38 mm
1-1/2 in.
38 mm
12 in.
305 mm
1-1/2 in.
38 mm
60 in.
1524 mm
36 in.
914 mm
Ø=2.4 in.
61 mm
5/16 in.
8 mm
5/16 in.
8 mm
Ø=2.4 in.
61 mm
Ø=2.4 in.
61 mm
CVP36
36 Inch Pipe
CVP60
60 Inch Pipe
CVP12A
Adjustable Assembly
Figure 17.2 CVP Pipe Components
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B. Vent Components Diagrams (continued)
CVP-HCK
Horizontal Termination
CVP-TRO (EXTERIOR)
PART NUMBER
CVP-TRI (INTERIOR)
DESCRIPTION
CVP-VC
Vertical Termination
CVP-TRO
Trim Ring Outer
CVP-TRI
Trim Ring Inner
CVP-RF12
7-12 Pitch Roof Flashing
CVP-HCK
Horizontal Termination
CVP-FS
Firestop
CVP-FF
Flat Roof Flushing
CVP-FS
CVP-FF

CVP-RF12
Figure 17.3 CVP Pipe Components
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CVP-VC
Vertical Termination
C. Contact Information
Heat & Glo, a brand of Hearth & Home Technologies
7571 215th Street West, Lakeville, MN 55044
www.heatnglo.com
Please contact your Heat & Glo dealer with any questions or concerns.
For the location of your nearest Heat & Glo dealer,
please visit www.heatnglo.com.
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NOTICE
DO NOT DISCARD THIS MANUAL
• Important operating
and maintenance
instructions included.
• Read, understand and follow
these instructions for safe
installation and operation.
• Leave this manual with
party responsible for use
and operation.
This product may be covered by one or more of the following patents: (United States) 5601073, 5613487, 5647340,
5890485, 5941237, 6006743, 6019099, 6053165, 6145502, 6374822, 6484712, 6601579, 6769426, 6863064, 7077122,
7098269, 7258116, 7470729, 8147240 or other U.S. and foreign patents pending.
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