DutchWest 2476 Operating instructions

INSTALLER / CONSUMER
SAFETY INFORMATION
Please read this manual before installing and using appliance.
WARNING: If the information in this
manual is not followed exactly, a
fire or explosion may result causing
property damage, personal injury or
loss of life.
—Do not store or use gasoline or
other flammable vapors 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 suppler from a neighbor’s phone.
Follow the gas suppler’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.
This is an unvented gas-fired heater.
It uses air (Oxygen) from the room
in which it is installed. Provisions for
adequate combustion and ventilation air must be provided. Refer to
Page 7.
Dutchwest
Vent Free Gas Heater
Models: 2475, 2476
Homeowner’s Installation
and Operating
Manual
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Table of Contents
PLEASE READ THE INSTALLATION & OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE USING APPLIANCE.
Thank you and congratulations on your purchase of a Dutchwest stove.
IMPORTANT: Read all instructions and warnings carefully before starting installation. Failure to follow these
instructions may result in a possible fire hazard and will void the warranty.
Installation and Operating Instructions
General Information............................................................................................................. 3
Gas Heater Dimensions ...................................................................................................... 4
Clearance Requirements..................................................................................................... 5
Hearth Requirements .......................................................................................................... 5
Gas Specifications............................................................................................................... 6
Gas Inlet and Manifold Pressures ....................................................................................... 6
High Elevations ................................................................................................................... 6
Odor During Operation ........................................................................................................ 6
Vent Free Features.............................................................................................................. 7
Fresh Air Requirements....................................................................................................... 7
Assembly Procedures
Install Optional Fan Kit ........................................................................................................ 9
Install ON/OFF Switch ....................................................................................................... 10
Thermostat Connections ................................................................................................... 11
Connect the Gas Supply LIne ........................................................................................... 11
Install Log Set.................................................................................................................... 11
Install Stove Front ............................................................................................................. 13
Operation
Your First Fire .................................................................................................................... 14
Pilot and Burner Inspection ............................................................................................... 14
Flame & Temperature Adjustment ..................................................................................... 14
Flame Characteristics........................................................................................................ 14
Lighting Instructions .......................................................................................................... 15
Troubleshooting ................................................................................................................. 16
Maintenance
Firebox Cleaning and Inspection ....................................................................................... 18
Cleaning Procedure........................................................................................................... 18
Care of Cast Iron ............................................................................................................... 18
Replacement Parts ...................................................................................................................... 19
Optional Accessories
Fan Kits 21
Glass / Catalyst Kit ............................................................................................................ 21
Remote Controls ............................................................................................................... 21
Warranty ....................................................................................................................................... 22
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Installation & Operating Instructions
In order to ensure safe and effective installation, this unit
must be installed only by a qualified agency, individual, firm,
corporation or company that is experienced in the installation, repair and servicing of this type of appliance and is
familiar with the building codes and installation techniques
appropriate in your area. Contact your hearth products
dealer or local gas supplier for the name of a qualified service person.
IMPORTANT: Read this owner’s manual carefully and
completely before trying to assemble, operate, or service this heater. Improper use of this heater can cause
serious injury or death from burns, fire, explosion, electrical shock, and carbon monoxide poisoning. Failure
to follow instructions may result in property damage,
bodily injury or loss of life. This manual contains important user information. Keep this manual with the heater
after installation is complete.
FOR SAFE INSTALLATION AND OPERATION,
PLEASE NOTE THE FOLLOWING:
1. Use only Natural Gas with Model 2475. Use only Propane with Model 2476. Do not use any other fuels.
2. Install only in accordance with the National Fuel Gas
Code, ANSIZ223.1/NFPA54-latest edition. (Exception:
Do not derate this appliance for altitude. This appliance has been tested and listed for use in altitudes
up to 10,000 feet.)
3. Use only the installation instructions provided by
the manufacturer for this appliance. Installation and
repair should be done by a qualified installer, preferably NFI or WETT (Canada) certified. The appliance
should be inspected before use and at least annually by a professional service person. More frequent
cleaning may be required due to excessive lint from
carpeting, bedding material, etc. It is imperative that
control compartments, burners and circulating air
passageways of the appliance be kept clean.
4. WARNING: Any change to this heater or its controls
can be dangerous. DO NOT make modifications to
any heater or associated parts.
5. DO NOT install this heater in a bedroom or bathroom.
6. Due to high surface temperatures, DO NOT install
this heater
• in a recreational vehicle,
• where curtains, furniture, clothing or other flammable objects are less than 36 inches from the
front, top or sides of the heater,
• in high traffic areas,
• in windy or drafty areas.
7. DO NOT place clothing or other flammable material
on or near the appliance.
8. DO NOT obstruct the top grille at all. Doing so will
cause high levels of carbon monoxide that will lead
to death.
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MAY LEAD TO DEATH!
Carbon Monoxide Poisoning: Early signs of carbon
monoxide poisoning resemble the flu, with headaches,
dizziness, or nausea. If you have these signs, the heater
may not be working properly. Get fresh air at once! Have
the heater serviced. Some people are more affected by
carbon monoxide than others. These include pregnant
women, people with heart or lung disease or anemia,
those under the influence of alcohol, and those at high
altitudes.
9. This heater needs fresh, outside air ventilation to
operate properly. See Fresh Air Requirements on
Pages 7.
10. If heater shuts off, heater may not have enough
fresh air ventilation. Provide more fresh air. If heater
keeps shutting off, refer to Troubleshooting.
11. DO NOT operate this heater
• where flammable liquids or vapors are used or
stored
• under dusty conditions.
12. The heater becomes very hot when operating. Alert
children and adults to stay away from hot surfaces
to avoid burns or clothing ignition. The heater will
remain hot for a time after shutdown. Allow surface
to cool before touching.
13. Carefully supervise young children when they are
in the room with the heater.
14. Do not use the heater if any part has been exposed
to or under water. Immediately call a qualified service technician to inspect the room heater and to
replace any part of the control system and any gas
control which has been under water.
15. DO NOT operate the heater if any log is broken or
damaged.
16. Turn heater off and let cool before servicing. Only a
qualified service person should service and repair
heater.
17. DO NOT operate this appliance with the safety
screen removed. If the safety screen is removed
from the appliance for service or cleaning, it must
be replaced before operating the heater.
NOTE: If any of the original wire as supplied with the appliance must be replaced, it must be replaced with a wire
of at least 105°F temperature rating.
Proposition 65 Warning: Fuels used in gas, woodburning or oil fired appliances, and the products of combustion of such fuels, contain chemicals known to the State
of California to cause cancer, birth defects and other
reproductive harm.
California Health & Safety Code Sec. 25249.6
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Dutchwest Vent Free Gas Heater Dimensions
Drawing Not to Scale
6���"
(172mm)
CL
Valve Inlet
24���"
(622mm)
28���"
(721mm)
C Valve
4���" L Inlet
(111mm)
12���"
(318mm)
23"
(584mm)
17"
(419mm)
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Clearance Requirements
A
Minimum Clearances to
Combustible Materials
B
Maintain clearance, (empty space), between combustible materials and the heater as specified below for the
appropriate firebox shell being installed.
C
A
E
T
D
B
D
S
U
C
V
F
W
G
X
Y
H
Z
ST101
A:
B:
C:
D:
Mantel/Trim* .......................... 35” (889mm) / 2” (51 mm)
Side Wall/Trim*............................................. 2” (51 mm)
ST101
Rear Wall .......................................................
0” (0 mm)
Clrnc
13” (330 mm)
Max. Mantel WidthMin.
...................................
Alcove Clearances
B
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D
B
A
ST599a
Ref.
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
Mantel
Shelf Depth
Ref.
13” (330 mm)
S
11¹⁄₄” (286 mm)
T
9³⁄₈” (241 mm)
U
7¹⁄₂” (191 mm)
V
5³⁄₄” (146 mm)
W
FP599a
4” (102
mm)
X
stove mantel heights
2¹⁄₄” (579/27/99
mm)djt
Y
1” (25 mm)
Z
Mantel from
Stove Top
35” (889 mm)
30” (762 mm)
25” (635 mm)
20” (508 mm)
15” (381 mm)
10” (254 mm)
5” (127 mm)
2” (51 mm)
Hearth Requirements
ST103
A:
B:
C:
D:
C
Ceiling ...................................................... 35” (889 mm)
ST103
Side Wall ......................................................
2” (51 mm)
Min. Clrnc
0” (0 mm)
Rear Wall .......................................................
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Max. Alcove Depth ................................... 13” (330 mm)
The Stove must be installed on rigid flooring. If the appliance is installed on any combustible surface other
than wood flooring, such as carpet or tile, a metal or
wood panel must be installed to extend the full length
and width of the unit.
WARNING
• Do not install this heater in a bathroom or bedroom.
• Installation of this heater must conform with local
codes or, in the absence of local codes, with the
National Fuel Gas Code, ANSI Z223.1 / NFPA54.
• This heater creates warm air currents. These
currents move heat to wall surfaces next to the
heater. Installing the heater next to vinyl or cloth
wall coverings or operating the heater where impurities in the air such as tobacco smoke exist,
may discolor walls.
• Do not use a blower insert, heat exchanger
insert or other accessory not approved for use
with this heater.
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High Elevations
Gas Specifications
Model
2475
2476
Fuel
Nat
Prop
Gas Control
Millivolt
Millivolt
Firebox weight / shipping
Max.
Input
BTU/h
28,000
28,000
Min.
Input
BTU/h
19,500
19,500
110 lbs.
Gas Inlet and Manifold Pressures
Natural
Inlet Minimum
Inlet Maximum
Manifold Pressure
5.5” w.c.
14” w.c.
3.5” w.c.
LP (Propane)
11” w.c.
14” w.c.
10” w.c. (MP)
11” w.c. (RP)
Dutchwest Vent-Free
Certified to:
ANSI Z21.11.2b-2004
Unvented Heaters
The installation of your Dutchwest stove must
conform with local codes, or in the absence of local codes, with the National Fuel Gas Code ANSI
Z223.1/NFPA 54 - latest edition. (EXCEPTION: Do
not derate this appliance for altitude up to 4,500 feet
(1,370m). Maintain the manifold pressure at 3.5” w.c.
for Natural Gas and 11.0” w.c. for LP Gas.
This appliance may be installed in an aftermarket* manufactured (mobile) home, where
not prohibited by state or local codes.
This appliance is to be used only with the
type of gas specified on the rating plate
which is attached to the rear panel. This appliance is not convertible for use with other
gases.
Input ratings are shown in BTU per hour and are
certified without deration from elevations up to
4,500 feet (1,370m) above sea level.
Nuisance outages may occur at altitudes above
4,500 feet (1,370m) if dirt, dust, lint and/or cobwebs are allowed to accumulate on burner and/
or ODS pilot. Monthly inspection and cleaning
is recommended for altitudes above 4,500 feet
(1,370m)
For elevations above 4,500 feet (1,370m), installations must be in accordance with the current
ANSI Z223.1/NFPA 54 and/or local codes having
jurisdiction.
WARNING: Improper installation, adjustment, alteration, service or maintenance
can cause injury or property damage. Refer
to this manual for correct installation and
operational procedures. For assistance or
additional information consult a qualified
installer, service agency, or the gas supplier.
Odor During Operation
Neither natural gas nor propane gas give off an odor
when burned. The nature of a vent free combustion
system, however, is such that odors may occasionally be produced during heater operation when impurities exist in the immediate area. Cleaning solutions,
paint, solvents, cigarette smoke, candles, adhesives,
new carpet or textiles, etc., all can create fumes.
These fumes may mix with combustion air and can
create odor. Such odors will disappear over time,
however the condition can be alleviated by opening a
window or otherwise providing additional ventilation
to the area.
*Aftermarket: Completion of sale, not for purpose of resale, from
the manufacturer.
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Vent Free Features
The Dutchwest Vent Free, Model Nos. 2475 and 2476,
are unvented gas heating appliances tested and listed
to the ANSI Standard Z21.11.2a-2001. This appliance
is specifically configured to burn either Natural Gas or
Propane fuel, as indicated on the metal rating plate
attached to the rear shroud. These stoves are not fuel
convertible.
The stove is shipped fully assembled and ready for
installation.
The firebox assembly is composed of the NG or LP
Burner, a base plate, firebox and screen. The log set,
burner tube, gas valve and pilot comprise the Burner
assembly.
The Dutchwest Vent Free stove is equipped with a Honeywell control valve that allows thermostatic control,
on/off switch or a remote switch (not supplied).
Both models incorporate variable regulators that allow you to adjust burner heat output between HIGH,
(28,000 BTU), and LOW, (19,500 BTU). See the Operation Section for details.
The standing pilot incorporates an Oxygen Depletion
System (ODS/pilot) designed to shut off the appliance if
enough fresh air is not available.
Fresh Air Requirements for Combustion
and Ventilation
WARNING
This heater must have fresh air for proper operation. If not, poor fuel combustion could result. Read
the following instructions to insure proper fresh
air for this and other fuel-burning appliances in
your home.
Modern construction standards have resulted in homes
that are highly energy-efficient and that allow little heat
loss. Your home needs to breathe, however, and all
fuel-burning appliances within it require fresh air in
order to function properly and safely. Exhaust fans,
clothes dryers, fireplaces, and other fuel burning appliances all use the air inside the building. If the available
fresh air is insufficient to meet the demands of these
appliances, problems can result.
The Dutchwest vent free heater has specific fresh air
requirements. You must determine that these fresh
air requirements will be met within the space where
the appliance will be installed. The following information will help you insure that adequate fresh air is available for the heater to function properly.
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Provide For Adequate Ventilation
Any space within a home can be classified in the following categories:
1) Unusually Tight Construction
2) Confined Space
3) Unconfined Space
First, determine which classification defines the intended space.
Unusually Tight Construction
You must provide additional fresh air if the space falls
into this classification. Unusually Tight Construction is
defined as construction wherein:
a. walls and ceilings exposed to the outside atmosphere have a continuous water vapor retarder with a
rating of one perm or less with openings gasketed or
sealed and
b. weather stripping has been added on openable windows and doors and
c. caulking or sealants are applied to areas such as
joints around window and door frames, between sole
plates and floors, between wall-ceiling joints, between
wall panels, at penetrations for plumbing, electrical, and
gas lines, and at other openings.
If your home meets all of the three criteria above, you
must provide supplemental fresh air for the appliance
from outside the home as detailed on page 7, B.
If your home does not meet the above criteria, follow
the procedure below.
Determine if You Have a Confined
or Unconfined Space
Use the following formula to determine if you have a
confined or unconfined space.
Space is defined as the room in which you will install
the heater plus any adjoining rooms with doorless passageways or ventilation grilles between the rooms.
The National Fuel Gas Code defines a confined space
as a space whose volume is less than 50 cubic feet per
1,000 BTU per hour, (4.8 m3 per kw), of the aggregate
input rating of all appliances installed in that space and
an unconfined space as a space whose volume is not
less than 50 cubic feet per 1,000 BTU per hour, (4.8 m3
per kw), of the aggregate input rating of all appliances
installed in that space. Rooms communicating directly
with the space in which the appliances are installed,
through openings not furnished with doors, are considered a part of the unconfined space.
1. Determine the volume of space, (length x width x
height). Include adjoining rooms connected by doorless
passageways or ventilating grilles.
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Example:
A room that is 18’ x 12’ x 8’ has a volume of 1728
cubic feet, ( length x width x height). An adjoining open
kitchen that is 10’ x 12’ x 8’ has a volume of 960 cubic
feet. An adjoining open dining room is 12’ x 12’ x 8’ with
a volume of 1152 cubic feet. The total space volume is
3840 cubic feet. (1728 + 960 + 1152).
2. Divide the volume of space by 50 cubic feet. The
result is the maximum BTU/Hr that the space can support.
Example:
3840 divided by 50 = 76.8 or 76,800 BTU/Hr.
3. Add the BTU/Hr ratings of all fuel-burning appliances
installed in the same space, including the following:
Gas Water Heater
Gas Furnace
Gas Fireplace Logs
Unvented Gas Heater
Vented Gas Heater*
Other Gas Appliances*
* Do not include Direct Vent appliances as these
utilize outside air for combustion and vent to the
outdoors.
Example:
Gas Range
55,000 BTU/Hr
Unvented Heater
+33,000 BTU/Hr
Total
88,000 BTU/Hr
4. Compare the maximum BTU/Hr rating the space can
support with the total BTU/Hr used by the appliances.
Example:
76,800 BTU/Hr - max. the space can support
88,000 BTU/Hr - total used by appliances
In this example, the maximum BTU/Hr that the space
can support is less than the total used by the appliances, the space is considered to be Confined space.
Additional air must be provided to meet the requirements of the Unvented heater.
A confined space may be ventilated in two ways:
A) Open up or provide at least two ventilating grilles to
an adjoining unconfined space. Use any of the options
illustrated in Figure 2.
Each of the two grilles must provide an opening of
at least 50 square inches, with all opening dimensions
being at least 3”. One grille must be located within 12”
of the ceiling; the other within 12” of the floor. (If the
total exceeds 100,000 BTU/Hr, additional grilles will be
required.)
B) Vent the room directly to the outdoors. (Provide
one square inch of opening for each 4,000 BTU/hr.
If the total BTU/Hr used by the appliances is less than
the maximum BTU/Hr the space is able to support,
the room meets the Unconfined space criteria and no
further ventilation is required.
For further information on ventilation guidelines and
sizing specifications follow the National Fuel Gas Code
NFPA 54/ANSI Z223.1 Section 5.3.
WARNING
This heater shall not be installed in a confined
space or unusually tight construction unless
provisions are made for adequate combustion
and ventilation air.
WARNING
If the area in which the heater may be operated
is smaller than that defined as an unconfined
spaceof if the building is of unusually tight
constructins, provide adequate combustion and
ventilation air by one of the methods described
in the National Fuel Gas Code, ANSI Z223.1/
NFPA 54, Section 5.3 or applicable codes.
12”
Option 1
Vents to Adjoining Room
Option 3 Vents to
Adjoining
Room
Option 2
- Remove
Door to
Adjoining
Rooms
12”
VO370-2
Fig. 2 Vent options to provide additional air.
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Ventilation options
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Assembly Procedures
Install the Optional Fan
1. The fan kit includes a blower assembly and a rheostat assembly, connected by a cable. The blower assembly mounts to the bottom rear of the stove, and
the rheostat mounts to the left side of the valve. The
assembly includes a ‘snapstat’ which automatically
turns the fan ON (or OFF) above (or below) approximately 109°F. The rheostat also provides a range
of fan speed settings from Off (which overrides the
snapstat function) to High. Unpack and inspect the
blower assembly. Confirm that the fan spins freely.
2. Attach the fan assembly to the bracket provided in
the log box. Use #10 sheet metal screws provided
with fan kit. Do not remove finger guard screws.
(Fig. 3)
Snapstat
Wire
4. To install the fan assembly, it is necessary to remove
the firebox from the stove. Remove the stove front
and screen. Slide the firebox out of the unit and
carefully lay it on its back on a protected surface.
5. Remove fan shield plate attached to the inner
shroud. (Fig. 5) Retain screws for later use. NOTE:
The fan shield is attached upside down for shipping
purposes only.
Inner
Shroud
Rheostat
Wire
Fan Shield Plate
Fan
Bracket
ST781
Fig. 5 Remove fan shield plate and retain screws.
6. Place the grommet provided in the manual bag assembly on the inner shroud. Run the snapstat extension assembly leads between the inner and outer
shroud and through theST781
grommet with the flag female
terminals toward the front of the stove. (Fig. 5)
Finger Guard
ST669
remove fan
shield plate
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Left Air Duct
Fig. 3 Attach fan assembly to the fan bracket.
3. Connect snapstat leads. Disconnect the snapstat
module from theST669
leads inside the snapstat bracket.
(Fig. 4) Bend open
the snapstat bracket. Use needle
RUVSOD
attach fanthe
to bracket
nose pliers to remove
black plastic grommet
7/01
from the bracket. Discard the bracket. Connect the
two wires to the two snapstat extension leads provided with the parts bag (wires with the sleeve).
Pinch Grommet to
Remove
ST670
Fig. 4 Remove the snapstat and grommet from the bracket.
ST640
RUVSOD
snapstat
7/01
Grommet
Fan
Fan Shield Plate
Snapstat Bracket
Snapstat Module
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ST720
Fig. 6 Attach snapstat wire assembly to inside of inner
shroud with clamp screws.
7. Position the fan assembly
ST720so the ducts slide between the inner and outer
attachshroud.
snapstatThe inner shroud
8/02two slots in the ends of the
should engage with the
bracket so the bracket and shroud are interlocked.
(Fig. 7) Secure the bracket with the four sheet metal
screws provided in the finish bag.
8. Install the snapstat by loosening the front screw on
the inner side of the duct. (Fig. 8) Slide the snapstat
under the head of the screw and tighten. Connect
the leads to the snapstat. Make sure the snapstat
assembly is mounted straight front to back.
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Outer
Shroud
Slot
Inner Shroud
Slot
Rheostat
ST194
Fig. 7 Position the fan to engage the inner shroud with the
fan bracket slots and secure with sheet metal screws.
Control Knob
ST758
Fig. 9 Attach rheostat to left
side of valve.
ST758
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Snapstat
MOTOR
BLK
BLK
Left Air
Duct
ST194
attach fan to shroud
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Retaining Nut
BLK
WHT
Fig. 8 Install the snapstat and connect the extension wire
terminals. View is with top removed, however, access is
available through the rear when installing fan before gas line
connection.
9. Replace the fan shield plate removed in Step 2,
to the inner shroud. The shield should hang down
about 1/4” from the floor. (Fig. 6) CAUTION: Failure
to replace the fan shield plate could cause carbon monoxide levels to be extremely high.
10.ST671
After sliding the firebox in place, the rheostat control
switch
attaches to the left side of the valve bracket
attach
snapstat
at the front of the stove. (Fig. 9)
• Remove the plug from the rheostat bracket.
• Insert the switch box shaft through the hole in the
back of the right side of the valve bracket, aligning the locator pin with the smaller hole in that
bracket.
WHT
GRN
BLK
ST671
SNAPSTAT
ON/OFF
RHEOSTAT
POWER
ST196
Fig. 10 #2767 / FK26 fan wiring diagram.
Install ON/OFF Switch
The switch assembly parts are found in the parts bag.
1. Attach switch
assembly to left rear side of stove
ST196
FK26
diangram
shroud using
twofan
screws
and existing holes in
11/99
shroud. (Fig. 11)
2. Run wires down back of stove, under bottom of rear
shroud to valve.
3. Attach wires to valve terminals. (Fig. 12)
Switch Assembly
Existing
Holes
• Attach the control knob to the rheostat shaft.
• Use the wire tie to secure the fan and rheostat
wire harnesses together.
11. Plug the power cord into a standard grounded 110
volt household outlet. If the fan control knob is not
turned to the OFF position, the fan will turn on when
the temperature at the snapstat reaches approximately 109°F.
10
Screws
ST315
Fig. 11 Attach switch assembly to rear shroud.
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TH
Thermostat Wire / Gauge
18
20
22
Maximum Run
40 feet
25 feet
16 feet
TPTH
TP
1. Install the wall thermostat in the desired location and
run the wires to the stove location. Terminate these
leads with 1/4” female connectors.
2. Connect the thermostat wires to the valve. (Fig. 13)
Connect the Gas Supply Line
ST228
Fig. 12 Attach switch wires to valve.
TP/TH
Thermopile
ST228 OFF
ON
attach switch
wires to valve
12/99
Black
On/Off Switch Wiring
Millivolt
Gas Valve
TP
Black
TH
ST124b
Optional
Thermostat
(Optional)
Thermostat/Remote
Wiring
TP/TH
St124b
on/off/switch
wiring
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Thermopile
Black
Thermostat/Remote
(Optional)
TP
TH
Black
ST124c
Fig. 13 ON/OFF switch and optional Thermostat/Remote
wiring.
Thermostat Connection (Optional)
Use only a thermostat
rated for 500 - 750 millivolts.
St124c
Do not use low voltage
(24V)
thermostats.
Thermostat
Check the table below
for
the
appropriate gauge
wiring
thermostat wire to use for the length of lead required in
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your installation.
Check the Rating Plate attached by a steel cable to the
firebox, to confirm that you have the appropriate firebox
for the type of fuel to be used.
The appliance should have a main gas valve provided
in an accessible location for turning on or shutting off
the gas to the main burner.
This appliance should only be connected by a qualified gas technician. Test to confirm manifold pressures as specified below.
The stove and its individual shutoff valve must be
disconnected from the gas supply piping during
any pressure testing of that system at test pressures in excess of 1/2 psig (3.5 kPa).
The stove must be isolated from the gas supply piping system by closing its individual manual shutoff
valve during any pressure testing of the gas supply
piping system at test pressure equal to or less than
1/2 psig.
There must be a gas shutoff between the stove and
the supply.
In order to connect Natural Gas, use a fitting with
3/8” NPT nipple on the valve side and 1/2” natural
gas supply line with an input of 28,000 BTUs at a
manifold pressure of 3.5” and minimum inlet supply
for adjustment of 5.5” w.c.
In order to connect Propane, use a fitting with 3/8”
NPT nipple on the valve side and 1/2” propane gas
supply line with an input of 28,000 BTUs at a manifold pressure of 11.0” and minimum inlet supply for
adjustment of 11.0” w.c.
Gas connection should be made in accordance with
current National Fuel Gas Code, ANSI Z223.1/NFPA 54.
Since some municipalities have additional local codes,
be sure to consult you local authority.
Connect the gas supply and test for leaks. Use a 50/50
solution of liquid soap and water to test for leaks at gas
fittings and joints. NEVER test with an open flame.
Light the pilot according to the directions on Page 15,
before going to the next step.
Millivolt
Gas Valve
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CAUTION
This appliance should only be connected by a qualified gas technician. Test to
confirm manifold pressures as specified
below.
The stove and its individual shutoff valve must
be disconnected from the gas supply piping during any pressure testing of that system at test
pressures in excess of 1/2 psig (3.5 kPa).
The stove must be isolated from the gas supply
piping system by closing its individual manual
shutoff valve during any pressure testing of the
gas supply piping system at test pressure equal
to or less than 1/2 psig.
4. Install the left log by placing it on the sheet metal
bracket behind the grate with the left end of the log,
“the thicker end” touching the grate and the left end
of the firebox. Lay the log into the recessed area
on the left branch of the rear log. When the log is
in place, it will rest on the left branch of the rear log
toward the left side of the branch.
5. Loosely sprinkle the lava rocks directly on top of the
burner just behind decorative grate. (Fig. 15) Do not
place lava rocks toward back of burner. The lava
rock is shipped inside the bag assembly.
Left Log
Right Log
There must be a gas shutoff between the stove
and the supply.
In order to connect Natural Gas, use a fitting
with 1/2” NPT on the valve side and 1/2” natural
gas supply line with an input of 28,000 BTUs at a
manifold pressure of 3.5” between minimum inlet
supply of 5.5” w.c. and maximum of 14.0” w.c.
In order to connect Propane, use a fitting with 1/2”
NPT on the valve side and 1/2” propane gas supply line with an input of 28,000 BTUs at a manifold
pressure of 11.0” between a minimum inlet supply of 11.0” w.c. and maximum of 14.0” w.c.
Install Log Set
1. Remove the logs from their packaging, and inspect
each piece for damage. DO NOT INSTALL DAMAGED LOGS.
2. Install the rear log by placing it on the sheet metal
shelf at the back of the firebox. (Fig. 14) The log
should touch the back wall of the firebox and be
centered.
3. Install the right log by placing it on the sheet metal
bracket behind the grate with the right end of the log,
“the thicker end”, touching the grate and the right
side the firebox. Swing the left end of the log “painted end”, backward until it comes in contact with the
branch on the rear log. Set the log down over the
bent tab on the right. When the log is in place it rests
on the tab mentioned earlier and the tip of it comes
in contact with the branch on the rear log. (Fig. 15)
Rear Log
LG223
Fig. 14 Install rear, left and right logs.
LG223
UVS27
log placement
1/30/02 djt
LG224
Fig. 15 Dutchwest logs in place.
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LG224
UVS27
logs in place
1/30/02 djt
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Install the Stove Front
Insert the handle stub into the hole in the front casting.
Fasten in place with the 3/8” locking nut provided. (Fig.
16)
Engage steel
tabs behind
the cast iron
bosses
The front attaches to the stove by four steel tabs that
engage with corresponding cast ribs onto the sides
and bottom of the stove body. Position the front about
3” down from stove top and lift the plate to engage the
upper tabs behind the adjacent ribs on the sides. (Fig.
17) Then lower the front into position, so the lower tabs
engage with the corresponding ribs at the bottom.
DUT
UTCH
CHW
ESTT
ES
Est. 1974
When properly installed, the bottom of the stove front
cannot be pulled away from the sides without also lifting
it.
Bottom tabs engage
notch in the leg
ST780a
Fig. 17 Install the front plate.
ST771
DW
stove front
5/30/03 djt
3/8” Locking Nut
ST773
Handle Stub
Fig. 16 Insert handle stub into hole in front. Secure with 3/8”
locking nut.
ST773
handle assy
6/6/03
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Your First Fire
Read these instructions carefully and familiarize yourself with the burner controls shown on Page 16. Locate
the pilot assembly, Figure 18. Follow the lighting instructions on Page 15 exactly.
During the first fire, it is not unusual to smell some odor
associated with new logs, paint and metal being heated.
Odors should dissipate within the first eight to ten hours,
however, you can open a window to provide fresh air to
alleviate the condition.
Pilot and Burner Inspection
Each time you light your heater check that the pilot
flame and burner flame patterns are as shown in Figures 20 and 21. If flame patterns are incorrect, turn the
heater off. Contact your dealer or a qualified gas technician for assistance. Do not operate the heater until the
pilot flame is correct.
Turn
counterclockwise
to decrease
flame height
��
Operation
��
Turn clockwise
to increase
flame height
HV102
Fig. 19 Flame adjustment knob for Honeywell Valve.
Flame Characteristics
It is important to periodically perform a visual check of
HV102
the pilot and burner flames.
Compare them to the pictoHoneywell
hi/lo
rial illustrated below. (Fig.
20, 21) If
theknob
flame patterns
djt
appear abnormal contact4/5/99
a qualified
service provider for
service and adjustment.
Follow regular maintenance procedures as described
on Page 18.
ST198
Fig. 20 Correct pilot flame appearance.
ST198
pilot flame detail
11/99
Natural
Pilot
LP Pilot
ST673
ST673
Fig. 18 Pilot assembly
location.
RUVSOD
Pilot assembly location
Flame & Temperature
Adjustment
7/249/01 djt
These units are equipped with ‘HI/LO’ valves. Flame
adjustment is accomplished by rotating the ‘HI/LO’ adjustment knob located near the center of the gas control
valve. (Fig. 19)
LG225
Fig. 21 Correct burner flame pattern.
LG224
UVS27
logs in place
1/30/02 djt
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Lighting and Operating Instructions
FOR YOUR SAFETY READ BEFORE LIGHTING
WARNING:If you do not follow these instructions exactly, a fire or explosion
may result causing property damage, personal injury or loss of life.
A. This heater has a pilot which must be lit manually.
When lighting the pilot follow these
instructions exactly.
B. BEFORE LIGHTING smell all around the heater
area for gas. Be sure to smell next to the floor
because some gas is heavier than air and will
settle on the floor.
WHAT TO DO IF YOU SMELL GAS
• Do not try to light any fireplace
• Do not touch any electric switch
• Do not use any phone in your building
• Immediately call your gas supplier from a neighbor’s phone. Follow the gas supplier’s instructions.
•
If you cannot reach your gas supplier, call the
Fire Department
C. Use only your hand to push in or turn the gas
control knob. Never use tools. If the knob will not
push in or turn by hand, do not try to repair it, call a
qualified service technician. Applying force or any
attempted repair may result in a fire or explosion.
D. Do not use this fireplace if any part has been under
water. Immediately call a qualified service technician to inspect the heater and to replace any part of
the control system and any gas control which has
been under water.
Lighting Instructions
1. STOP! Read the safety information above.
2. Turn off all electrical power to the fireplace.
3. For MN/MP/TN/TP appliances ONLY, go on to
Step 4. For RN/RP appliances turn the On/Off
switch to “OFF” position or set thermostat to lowest level.
4. Open control access panel.
5. Push in gas control knob slightly and turn clockwise
to “OFF”.
T
PI
LO
ON
OFF
3/8" - 1/2"
OFF
OFF
3 4 5
Euro SIT
ON
1 2
P
OFF ilot
PILOT
10. Push the control knob all the way in and hold.
Immediately light the pilot by repeatedly depressing the piezo spark ignitor until a flame appears.
Continue to hold the control knob in for about one
(1) minute after the pilot is lit. Release knob and it
will pop back up. Pilot should remain lit. If it goes
out, repeat steps 5 through 8.
SIT NOVA
Honeywell
6. 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 inforFP1067
mation above. If you
do not smell gas, go to the
lighting instruction
next step.
knobs
7. Remove glass door
before
3/9/01
djt lighting pilot. (See
Glass Frame Removal section).
8. Visibly locate pilot by the main burner.
9. Turn knob on gas control counterclockwise
to “PILOT”.
•
If knob does not pop up when released, stop
and immediately call your service technician or
gas supplier.
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•
If after several tries,
the pilot
will not stay lit,
Lighting
instructions
Pilots
turn the gas control knob
to “OFF” and call your
service technician or gas supplier.
11. Replace glass door.
12. Turn gas control knob to “ON” position.
13. For RN/RP appliances turn the On/Off switch to
“ON” position or set thermostat to desired setting.
14. Turn on all electrical power to the fireplace.
To Turn Off Gas To Heater
1. Turn the On/Off switch to Off position or set the
thermostat to lowest setting. (R Models only)
2. Turn off all electric power to the fireplace if service is to be performed.
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3. Open control access panel.
4. Push in gas control knob slightly and turn clockwise
to “OFF”. Do not force.
5. Close control access panel.
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Dutchwest Vent-Free Gas Heater
Troubleshooting
Follow these procedures in the order presented.
WARNING
TURN OFF HEATER AND ALLOW TO COOL
COMPLETELY BEFORE SERVICING.
CONDITION
POSSIBLE CAUSE
SOLUTION
No spark at pilot when Ignitor is
operated.
1. Ignition Electrode is disconnected
from ignition wire, broken or incorrectly positioned.
2. Ignitor wire is broken.
3. Bad Piezo Ignitor.
1. Inspect and re-connect, replace
or repair as necessary.
1. Gas supply is turned off or supply
line shut-off valve is closed.
2. Control Knob is not in PILOT position.
3. Control Knob not pressed in while
in PILOT position.
4. Air present in gas lines.
1. Turn on gas supply or open supply line shut-off valve.
2. Turn Control Knob to PILOT.
The Ignitor Electrode sparks,
but Pilot does not light.
5. Inlet supply pressure is not within
correct settings.
6. Other conditions that should be
identified only by a qualified gas
technician.
2. Replace wire.
3. Replace Piezo Ignitor.
3. Press Control Knob in while in
the PILOT position.
4. Continue holding in Control Knob
and repeat ignition procedure
until air is bled from the lines.
5. Call local gas supplier. Adjust
inlet supply pressure to specification: NG; 5.5” w.c.-14.0”w.c. LP;
11.0” w.c.-14.0”w.c.
6. Call qualified gas technician.
OFF
ON P
IL
O H
PILOT
ADJ
L
I
O
T
Piezo Ignitor
Regulator
Pilot / Main Control
HV104
Fig. 22 Honeywell valve assembly.
16
HV104
Honeywell Valve
with pilot 2
7/9/99 djt
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Troubleshooting cont’d.
CONDITION
POSSIBLE CAUSE
SOLUTION
Pilot lights but flame goes out
when Control Knob is released.
1. Control Knob not fully depressed
or held in long enough.
2. Gas supply line shut-off valve is
not fully open.
3. Thermocouple connection is
loose at the Control Valve.
1. Depress Control Knob fully and
hold in for a full 30 seconds.
4. Pilot flame does not touch the
Thermocouple.
This can be caused by:
A) Incorrect gas pressure, and/or
B) other conditions that should
be identified only by a qualified
service technician.
4. A) Call local gas supplier. Adjust
inlet supply pressure to specification: NG; 5.5” w.c.-14.0”w.c. LP;
11.0” w.c.-14.0”w.c.
B)Call local gas service technician.
5. Thermocouple is damaged.
6. Control Valve is damaged.
5. Call local gas service technician.
6. Call local gas service technician.
Pilot flame is lifting.
Thermopile
Thermocouple
ST121a
2. Fully open gas supply line shutoff valve.
3. Inspect and tighten securely.
Pilot flame is weak - does not touch
Thermocouple.
ST121a
JUV
Pilot flame wrong 2
9/25/00 djt
Correct LP Pilot Flame.
Pilot lights but Main Burner does
not.
Main Burner shuts off and Pilot
flame goes out while in operation.
Correct NG Pilot Flame.
ST674
1. Gas supply
line shut-off valve is
not fully open.
RUVSOD
2. Foreign material
is blocking
Pilot flame
2
Burner ports.
7/24/01 djt
3. Main Burner orifice is clogged.
4. Thermostat or remote switch not
activated on stove.
5. Bad Thermopile.
1. Insufficient fresh air.
2. Incorrect inlet supply pressure.
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1. Fully open gas supply line shutoff valve.
2. Insptect and clear debris away
from Burner ports.
3. Call local gas service technician.
4. Set thermostat to higher temperature or check remote switch.
5. Call local gas service technician.
1. Determine that adequate ventilation exists to provide sufficient
fresh air. Open a window or provide additional ventilation. (See
Fresh Air Requirements, Pages
6-7)
2. Call local gas supplier. Adjust
inlet supply pressure to specification: NG; 5.5” w.c.-14.0”w.c. LP;
11.0” w.c.-14.0”w.c.
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Dutchwest Vent-Free Gas Heater
Maintenance
The following procedures will help ensure that your
heater continues to perform safely and efficiently.
Screen Hooks
Firebox Cleaning and Inspection
Cleanliness is critical to correct operation of the
heater. The log set, burner, valve controls and air
circulation areas must all be kept free of dust and
unobstructed by debris. Inspect these areas before
each use and clean whenever accumulation is evident. Follow the simple procedure outlined below.
Frequent cleaning may be necessary in living environments subject to excessive carpet lint or pet hair. For
example, if you live with a dog that sheds continuously,
you will need to inspect the burner area frequently and
clean it as often as the accumulation requires. In extreme conditions, it may be necessary to clean the
burner and log set monthly or bi-weekly.
This appliance should be inspected and thoroughly
cleaned annually by a qualified gas technician.
Cleaning Procedure
1. Turn the burner OFF and let the heater cool completely before cleaning.
2. Lift the Front plate up and then swing the bottom out
to disengage it from the heater shell. (Page 13, Fig.
17)
3. Remove the screen by lifting up and away from the
unit. (Fig. 23)
4. Carefully inspect the log set for damage. Contact
your local dealer if any damage is evident. DO NOT
OPERATE THE HEATER WITH A DAMAGED OR
LOOSE LOG SET.
Use a soft-bristled brush vacuum cleaner attachment
to remove dust or debris from the log set, pilot and
burner. Use care as the log set is fragile.
5. Replace the screen and the front plate. DO NOT
OPERATE THE HEATER WITH THE SCREEN OR
FRONT PLATE REMOVED.
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Glass Latch
ST712
Fig. 23 Remove the screen or glass panel.
Care of Cast Iron
An occasional dusting with a dry rag will help keep the
painted surfaces looking new. Use high-temperature
stove paints, available through your local dealer, to
touch-up areas as needed. Clean areas to be painted
with a wire brush and be sure to cover the log set,
ST712
burner and valve assembly. Apply the paint sparingly;
two light coats ofUVS27
paint will give better results than a
screen removal
single heavy coat.
1/02 surfaces should be cleaned
Porcelain enamel
with a soft, damp cloth. Do not use abrasive cleaning
agents. If necessary, use only a cleaning agent formulated specifically for use on porcelain enamel surfaces.
WARNING
Turn the burner Pilot OFF before applying paint.
NEVER paint pilot or around pilot area.
WARNING
Dust and debris accumulation can result in poor
performance. Inspect the Valve compartment,
burner parts and log set frequently and Clean
these parts monthly or as often as accumulation warrants.
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5
4
1a
7
8
1b
3
1d
1c
6
2
PILOT
ADJ
15
ON
17
L
I
O H
PI
LO
T OFF
11a,b
16
9a,b
12
13
10a,b
20
18a,b,c,d
14
21
19
25
22
24
23
28
27
29
26
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CFM Corporation reserves the right to make changes in design, materials, specifications, prices and discontinue colors and products at any time,
without notice.
Dutchwest Vent Free Gas Heaters
Models 2475, 2476
Ref.
1.
1a.
1b.
1c.
1d.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Description
Gas Log Assembly - UVS27
Log #V40 Rear UVS27
Log #V42 Left UVS27
Log #V41 Right UVS27
Small Lava Rock Package
Top, VF-DW Gas
Grille, UV DW Gas
Door, DW Gas
Front, DW Gas
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Dutchwest VF
parts
8/22/03
Dutchwest
20005005
20005006
20005008
20005007
57897
30002069
30002044
30001929
30001928
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Dutchwest Vent Free Gas Heaters
Models 2475, 2476 (continued)
Ref.
6.
7.
8.
9a.
9b.
10a.
10b.
11a.
11b.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18a.
18b.
18c.
18d.
19.
20.
21.
22.
23.
24.
25.
26.
27.
28.
29.
30.
Description
Leg, DW Gas
End, Rt - DW Gas
End, Lt - DW Gas
Valve NG Honeywell - VS84212003
Valve LP Honeywell - VS84212011
Burner Housing Assy. - JUV NG
Burner Housing Assy. - JUV LP
Manifold Assy. - UVS27R
Manifold Assy. - UVS27M
Ignitor Piezo - Honeywell #396079
Nut, Hex jam 3/8 - 16 Top LK-Z
Pan Hd, SL 1/4-20 x 3-Z
Handle Shaft Assembly
Handle - Maple Wood - Blk
Screen UVS27
Orifice Hood #69 (.0292”) - Front - LP
Orifice Hood #54 (.055”) - Front - NG
Orifice Hood #54 (.055”) - Rear - LP
Orifice Hood #44 (.086”) - Rear - NG
Oxygenerator, NG OP #8204
Oxygenerator, LP OP #8404
Trim ON/OFF Switch
Bracket Support Right Log
Bracket Support Left Log
Gasket, Base Pan Inner
Bracket, Rear Log - JUV
Grate Burner JDV
Wire w/Straight Term 2 End 50”
Gasket Base Pan Inner
Fan Shield Plate
*Magnet, Control Door (not shown)
Dutchwest
30001930
30001927
30001926
10000235
10000242
20003130
20004995
20003739
20004935
20000062
1203290
1201310
5004241
1600664
20005009
30000513
20000130
20000130
30000334
55464
55465
53606
20004920
20005022
20002566
20003274
20002167
10002582
20002566
20006825
1408818
*Use common super glue or silicone to attach magnets.
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Optional Accessories Available
Remote Controls
Fan Kits
FK28 Fan Assembly
The FK28 fan kit helps distribute heated air from within
the firebox out into the room. The fan is controlled by a
snapstat that turns power on and off as the firebox temperature rises above and falls below a preset temperature. A rheostat provides for variable fan speeds.
Specifications
The remote control allows you to turn the heater on or
off from anywhere in the room. Refer to Page 11, Figure
13 for wiring diagram.
Model
Function/s Controlled
RC1
RC2
IMTFK
ON/OFF
ON/OFF and Temperature
Wall mounted thermostat control
115 Volt / 60Hz / .75 Amps
Maintenance
The fan itself does not require regular maintenance,
however periodic cleaning of the fan and the surrounding area is required.
Installation
Refer to Assembly Section, Page 9 for installation
instructions.
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LIMITED LIFETIME WARRANTY
PRODUCT COVERED BY THIS WARRANTY
All Dutchwest gas stoves equipped with an Insta-Flame Ceramic Burner.
BASIC WARRANTY
CFM Corporation Company (hereinafter referred to collectively as
the Company) warrants that your new Dutchwest Gas Fireplace/
Stove is free from manufacturing and material defects for a period
of one year from the date of purchase, subject to the following
conditions and limitations.
•
•
EXTENDED LIFETIME WARRANTY
The heat exchanger, where applicable, and combustion chamber of
every Dutchwest gas product is warranted for life against through
wall perforation. All appliances equipped with an Insta-Flame
Ceramic Burner have limited lifetime coverage on the ceramic
burner plaque. Warrantees are made to the original owner subject
to proof of purchase and the conditions and limitations listed on this
Warranty Document
•
•
COMPONENT WARRANTY
CAST IRON: All external and internal cast iron parts are warranted for a
period of three years.
Note: On porcelain enamel finished external parts and accessories
The Company offers no Warranty on chipping of enamel surfaces.
Inspect all product prior to accepting it for any damage to the
enamel.
The salt air environment of coastal areas or a high humidity
environment can be corrosive to the porcelain enamel finish. These
conditions can cause rusting of the cast iron beneath the porcelain
enamel finish, which will cause the finish to flake off.
Dye lot variations with replacement parts and/or accessories can
occur and are not covered by warranty.
GLASS DOORS: Glass doors are covered for a period of one year.
Glass doors are not warranted for breakage due to misuse or accident.
Glass doors are not covered for discoloration or burned in stains due to
environmental issues, or improper cleaning and maintenance.
BRASS PLATED PARTS AND ACCESSORIES: Brass parts should be
cleaned with Lemon oil only. Brass cleaners cannot be used. Mortar
mix and masonry cleaners may corrode the brass finish. The Company
will not be responsible for, nor will it warrant any brass parts which are
damaged by external chemicals or down draft conditions.
•
•
•
•
•
GAS VALVES: Gas valves are covered for a period of one year
ELECTRONIC AND MECHANICAL COMPONENTS: Electronic and
mechanical components of the burner assembly are covered for one
year. All steel tube burners are warranted for one year.
ACCESSORIES: Unless otherwise noted all components and CFM
Corporation company supplied accessories are covered for a period of
one year.
CONDITIONS AND LIMITATIONS
•
•
•
•
This new Dutchwest product must be installed or serviced by a
qualified installer, preferably NFI or WETT (Canada) certified, as
prescribed by the local jurisdiction. It must be installed and operated
at all times in accordance with the Installation and Operating
instructions furnished with the product. Any alteration, willful abuse,
accident, or misuse of the product shall nullify this warranty.
This warranty is non-transferable, and is made to the original
owner, provided that the purchase was made through an authorized
supplier of the Company.
The customer must pay for any Authorized Dealer in-home travel
fees or service charges for in-home repair work. It is the dealers
option whether the repair work will be done in the customer’s home
or in the dealer’s shop.
If upon inspection, the damage is found to be the fault of the
manufacturer, repairs will be authorized at no charge to the
customer parts and/or labor.
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•
•
Any part and/or component replaced under the provisions of this
warranty is covered for six months or the remainder of the original
warranty, whichever is longest.
This warranty is limited to the repair of or replacement of part(s)
found to be defective in material or workmanship, provided that
such part(s) have been subjected to normal conditions of use and
service, after said defect is confirmed by the Company’s inspection.
The company may, at its discretion, fully discharge all obligations
with respect to this warranty by refunding the wholesale price of the
defective part(s)
Any installation, labor, construction, transportation, or other related
costs/expenses arising from defective part(s), repair, replacement,
or otherwise of same, will not be covered by this warranty, nor shall
the Company assume responsibility for same. Further, the Company
will not be responsible for any incidental, indirect, or consequential
damages except as provided by law.
SOME STATES DO NOT ALLOW FOR THE EXCLUSION
OR LIMITATIONS OF INCIDENTAL AND CONSEQUENTIAL
DAMAGES OR LIMITATIONS ON HOW LONG AN IMPLIED
WARRANTY LASTS, SO THE ABOVE LIMITATIONS MAY NOT
APPLY TO YOUR CIRCUMSTANCES. THIS WARRANTY GIVES
YOU SPECIFIC RIGHTS AND YOU MAY HAVE OTHER RIGHTS
WHICH VARY FROM STATE TO STATE.
All other warranties-expressed or implied- with respect to the
product, its components and accessories, or any obligations/
liabilities on the part of the Company are hereby expressly
excluded.
The Company neither assumes, nor authorizes any third party to
assume on its behalf, any other liabilities with respect to the sale of
this CFM Corporation product
The warranties as outlined within this document do not apply to
chimney components or other non CFM Corporation accessories
used in conjunction with the installation of this product..
Damage to the unit while in transit is not covered by this warranty
but is subject to claim against the common carrier. Contact the
dealer from whom you purchased your fireplace/stove (do not
operate the appliance as this might negate the ability to process the
claim with the carrier).
The Company will not be responsible for:
a) Down drafts or spillage caused by environmental conditions
such as near-by trees, buildings, roof tops, hills, or mountains.
b) Inadequate ventilation or negative air pressure caused by
mechanical systems such as furnaces, fans, clothes dryers, etc.
This warranty is void if:
a) The fireplace has been operated in atmospheres contaminated
by chlorine, fluorine, or other damaging chemicals.
b) The fireplace has been subjected to prolonged periods of
dampness or condensation
c) Any damages to the fireplace, combustion chamber, heat
exchanger or other components due to water, or weather
damage, which is the result of but not limited to, improper
chimney/venting installation.
d) Any alteration, willful abuse, accident, or misuse of the product
has occurred.
IF WARRANTY SERVICE IS NEEDED…
1) Contact your supplier. Make sure you have your warranty,
your sales receipt, and the model/serial number of your
CFM Corporation product.
2) DO NOT ATTEMPT TO DO ANY SERVICE WORK
YOURSELF.
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CFM Corporation
2695 Meadowvale Blvd. • Mississauga, Ontario, Canada L5N 8A3
800-668-5323 • www.cfmcorp.com