Regency F37-LPG Installation manual

Owners &
Installation
Manual
Freestanding Gas Stove
LISTINGS AND CODE APPROVALS
These gas appliances have been tested in
accordance with AS4553-2000, NZS 5262
and have been certified by the Australian Gas
Association for installation and operation as
described in these Installation and Operating
Instructions.
Your unit should be serviced annually by
an authorised service person.
Models: F37-NG
F37-LPG
PLEASE KEEP THESE INSTRUCTIONS
FOR FUTURE REFERENCE
WARNING:
Improper installation, adjustment, alteration, service or maintenance can cause
injury or property damage. Refer to this
manual. For assistance or additional information consult an authorized installer,
service agency or the gas supplier.
FOR YOUR SAFETY
Do not store or use gasoline or other flammable vapours and liquids in the vicinity of
this or any other appliance.
Installation and service must be performed
by an authorized installer, service agency or
the gas supplier.
918-533a
FOR YOUR SAFETY
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 neighbour's
phone. Follow the gas supplier's instructions.
If you cannot reach your
gas supplier, call the fire
department.
01/06/14
To the New Owner:
Congratulations! You are the owner of a state-of-the-art Regency® Rear Flued Room Sealed Freestanding Gas Stove
by FPI Fireplace Products International. The Regency® Gas Series of hand crafted appliances has been designed to
provide you with all the warmth and charm of a woodstove, at the flick of a switch. The models F37-NG, and F37LPG of this series has been approved by AHD for both safety and efficiency. As it also bears our own mark, it promises to provide you with economy, comfort and security for many trouble free years to follow. Please take a moment
now to acquaint yourself with these instructions and the many features of your Regency® Rear Flued Room Sealed
Freestanding Gas Stove.
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F37 Regency® Rear Flued Room Sealed Freestanding Gas Heater
TABLE OF CONTENTS
DATA BADGE
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
Data Badge ..................................................................4
Operating Instructions .................................................18
Lighting Procedure ......................................................18
Shutdown Procedure ...................................................18
First Fire ......................................................................18
Convection Fan Operation...........................................18
Normal Operating Sounds of Gas Appliances .............18
Copy of the Lighting Plate instructions .......................19
INSTALLATION
Important .....................................................................5
Specifications ................................................................5
Before You Start ............................................................5
General Safety Information............................................5
Installation Checklist ......................................................6
Locating Your Regency Gas Stove ................................6
Clearances to Combustibles..........................................6
Combustion and Ventilation Air......................................6
Exterior Flue Termination Locations ..............................7
Planning Your Flueing Installation .................................8
Flueing ...........................................................................8
Flueing Installation Precautions.....................................8
Safety Precautions for the Installer................................8
Flueing Arrangements - Vertical Terminations ..............9
Residential and Manufactured
Homes / Mobile Homes Installations ...........................10
Horizontal Installations ................................................10
Vertical Termination with Co-Linear Flex System ........12
Gas Connection ...........................................................12
Conversion from NG to LPG .....................................13
Log Set Installation ......................................................14
Aeration Adjustment ....................................................14
Door Installation...........................................................15
Gas Pipe Pressure Testing ..........................................16
Louvre Installation .......................................................16
Optional Wall Thermostat ...........................................16
Optional Remote Control ............................................17
Wiring ..........................................................................17
Final Check..................................................................17
F37 Regency® Rear Flued Room Sealed Freestanding Gas Heater
MAINTENANCE
Maintenance Instructions.............................................20
General Flue Maintenance ..........................................20
Log Replacement ........................................................20
Gold-plated Doors .......................................................20
Door Gasket ...............................................................20
Latch Adjustment .........................................................21
Glass Replacement .....................................................21
Fan maintenance .........................................................22
Removing Valve...........................................................22
PARTS LIST
Main Assembly ............................................................24
Burner & Log Assembly ...............................................25
Door Assemblies..........................................................26
WARRANTY
Warranty ....................................................................27
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DATA BADGE
This is a copy of the label that accompanies
each REGENCY Rear Flued Room Sealed
Freestanding Gas Stove. We have printed a
DO NO T
DO NO T
DO NO T
DO NO T
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DO NO T
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copy of the contents here for your review. The
data plate is located on the inside of the drop
down pedestal door.
NOTE: Regency® units are constantly being
improved. Check the label on the unit and if
there is a difference, the label on the unit is the
correct one.
OPERATE THIS APPLIANCE BEFORE READING THE
INSTRUCTIONS BOOKLET.
PLACE ARTICLES ON OR AGAINST THIS APPLIANCE
STORE CHEMICALS OR FLAMMABLE MATERIALS
NEAR THIS APPLIANCE.
SPRAY AEROSOLS IN THE VICINITY OF THIS
APPLIANCE WHILE IN OPERATION.
OPERATE WITH PANELS, COVERS OR GUARDS
REMOVED FROM THIS APPLIANCE.
ENCLOSE THIS APPLIANCE.
MODIFY THIS APPLIANCE.
908-602a
(Australia Only)
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F37 Regency® Rear Flued Room Sealed Freestanding Gas Heater
INSTALLATION
IMPORTANT
SAVE THESE
INSTRUCTIONS
The REGENCY Rear Flued Room Sealed
Freestanding Gas Stove must be installed in
accordance AG601 and NZS 5261 and with these
instructions. Carefully read all the instructions in
this manual first. Consult the building authority
having jurisdiction to determine the need for a
permit prior to starting the installation.
Note: Failure to follow the instructions
could cause a malfunction of the
heater which could result in death,
serious bodily injury, and/or property damage. Failure to follow these
instructions may also void your fire
insurance and/or warranty.
SPECIFICATIONS
Fuels:
F37-NG is approved for use with
NG.
F37-LPG is approved for use with
liquefied petroleum gases (LPG).
Electrical: 240 V A.C. system.
Circulation Fan: Two Speed
Log Sets: Ceramic fibre, 7 per set.
Flue System:
Axial (6-5/8" outer / 4" inner liner) rigid
flue and Riser Vent Terminal.
BEFORE YOU START
Safe installation and operation of this appliance
requires common sense, however, please be
aware of the following:
INSTALLATION AND REPAIRS
SHOULD BE DONE BY AN AUTHORIZED SERVICE PERSON.
THIS APPLIANCE SHOULD BE
INSTALLED, REPAIRED, INSPECTED BEFORE USE AND
AT LEAST ANNUALLY BY AN
AUTHORIZED SERVICE PERSON.
MORE FREQUENT CLEANING
MAY BE REQUIRED DUE TO EXCESSIVE LINT FROM CARPETING, ETC. IT IS IMPERATIVE THAT
THE CONTROL COMPARTMENT,
BURNERS AND CIRCULATING
AIR PASSAGEWAYS OF THE APPLIANCE BE KEPT CLEAN.
DUE TO HIGH TEMPERATURES,
THE APPLIANCE SHOULD BE
LOCATED OUT OF TRAFFIC AND
AWAY FROM FURNITURE AND
DRAPERIES.
WARNING: FAILURE TO INSTALL
THIS APPLIANCE CORRECTLY
WILL VOID YOUR WARRANTY AND
MAY CAUSE A SERIOUS HOUSE
FIRE.
CHILDREN AND ADULTS SHOULD
BE ALERTED TO THE HAZARDS
OF HIGH SURFACE TEMPERATURES, ESPECIALLY THE FIREPLACE GLASS, AND SHOULD
STAY AWAY TO AVOID BURNS OR
CLOTHING IGNITION.
YOUNG CHILDREN SHOULD BE
CAREFULLY SUPERVISED WHEN
THEY ARE IN THE SAME ROOM AS
THE APPLIANCE.
manufactured home the unit must be bolted
down to the floor.
4) We recommend that you plan your installation on paper using exact measurements
for clearances and floor protection before
actually installing this appliance. Have an
authorized building inspector review your
plans before installation.
GENERAL SAFETY
INFORMATION
1) The appliance shall be installed in accordance with the manufacturer's installation
instructions, local gas fitting regulations,
municipal building codes, water supply
regulations, electrical wiring regulations,
with AS5601-2004 (AGA gas installation
code) NZS 5261 (New Zealand)
2) Installation and repair should be done
ONLY by an authorised person.
3) DO NOT CONNECT TO MASONARY
FLUE.
CLOTHING OR OTHER FLAMMABLE MATERIAL SHOULD NOT
BE PLACED ON OR NEAR THE
APPLIANCE.
4) This appliance must be connected to
the specified flue and termination cap
to the outside of the building envelope.
Never flue to another room or inside a
building. Make sure that the flue is fitted
as per Flueing instructions.
1) Provide adequate clearances for servicing,
proper operation and around the air openings
into the combustion chamber.
5) Inspect the flueing system annually for
blockage and any signs of deterioration.
2) The appliance must be installed on a flat,
solid, continuous surface (e.g. wood, metal,
concrete). This may be the floor, or it can
be raised up on a platform to enhance
its visual impact. The appliance may be
installed on carpeting, tile, wood flooring
or other combustible material, because the
appliance's metal pedestal base extends
the full width and depth of the appliance.
The REGENCY Rear Flued Room Sealed
Freestanding Gas Stove can be installed in
a wide variety of ways and will fit nearly any
room layout. It may be installed in a recessed
position, framed out into the room, or across
a corner.
3) The REGENCY Rear Flued Room Sealed
Freestanding Gas Stove is approved for
manufactured home installations, see
"Locating Your Gas Stove" to "Flueing
Installation Precaution" sections for the required flue arrangements. If installed into a
F37 Regency® Rear Flued Room Sealed Freestanding Gas Heater
6) Flueing terminals shall not be recessed into
a wall or siding.
7) Any safety glass removed for servicing
must be replaced prior to operating the appliance.
8) To prevent injury, do not allow anyone who
is unfamiliar with the operation to use the
fireplace.
9) Wear gloves and safety glasses for protection while doing required maintenance.
10) Be aware of electrical wiring locations in
walls and ceilings when cutting holes for
termination.
11) Under no circumstances should this appliance be modified. Parts that have to be
removed for servicing should be replaced
prior to operating this appliance.
12) Installation and any repairs to this appliance
should be done by an authorised service
person. An authorised service person should
be called to inspect this appliance annually.
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INSTALLATION
Make it a practice to have all of your gas
appliances checked annually.
13) Do not slam shut or strike the glass door.
14) Under no circumstances should any solid
fuels (wood, paper, cardboard, coal, etc.)
be used in this appliance.
15) The appliance area must be kept clear and
free of combustible materials, (gases and
other flammable vapours and liquids).
INSTALLATION
CHECKLIST
1) Locate your gas stove. Refer to the following
sections where applicable:
a. Clearances to Combustibles
b. Exterior Flue Termination Locations
c. Planning Your Flue Installation
d. Flueing
e. Flueing Installation Precaution
CAUTION: Any alteration to the product that
causes sooting or carboning that results
in damage is not the responsibility of the
manufacturer.
This unit can be installed on a solid combustible
surface like a wood floor. This unit can also be
installed directly on carpeting or vinyl when
the bottom pedestal cover plate (provided with
unit) is installed.
LOCATING YOUR
REGENCY GAS STOVE
Use the minimum clearances shown in the
diagrams below:
When selecting a location for your stove, ensure
that the clearances listed above are met as well
as ensuring that there is adequate accessibility
for servicing and proper operation.
See the "Exterior Flue Termination Locations"
section for Flue Termination requirements.
This appliance is Listed for bedroom installations
when used with a Listed Millivolt Thermostat.
Some areas may have further requirements,
check local codes before installation.
F37-NG & F37-LPG Clearances
A Side Wall to Unit
190 mm
B Back Wall to Unit
76 mm
E Side Wall to Unit
114 mm
F37-NG & F37-LPG
Reference Dimensions
C Floor to Flue Centerline
635 mm
D Side Wall to Flue Centerline521 mm
This appliance is Listed for Alcove installations,
maintain minimum Alcove clearances as follows,
minimum ceiling height of 1.7m, minimum width
of 1.0m and a maximum depth of 0.9m.
2) Install flueing. Check all fluing requirements.
See "Flueing" to "Vertical Termination with
Co-Linear Flex System" sections.
3) Make gas connections. Refer to the "Gas
Connection" section.
Test the pilot. Must be as per diagram in the
"Maintenance Instruction" section.
4) If necessary, convert from NG to LPG.
Refer to "Conversion Kit from NG to LPG"
section.
5) Install standard and optional features. Refer
to the following sections where applicable.
a. Log Set Installation
b. Door Installation
c. Louvre Installation
d. Optional Wall Thermostat
e. Optional Remote Control
6) Test Gas Pressure. Refer to the "Gas Pipe
Pressure Testing" section.
7) Final check. Refer to the "Final Check" section.
Before leaving this unit with the customer, the
installer must ensure that the appliance is firing correctly and operation fully explained
to customer.
This includes:
1) Clocking the appliance to ensure the correct
firing rate (rate noted on label) after burning
appliance for 15 minutes.
2) If required, adjusting the primary air to ensure
that the flame does not carbon. First allow
the unit to burn for 15-20 min. to stabilize.
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Minimum ceiling height is
914mm from top of unit.
A)
B)
C)
D)
Cross Corner
Flush with Wall/Alcove
Flat on Wall Corner
Flat on Wall
CLEARANCES TO
COMBUSTIBLES
The clearances listed are MINIMUM distances.
Measure the clearance to both the appliance and
the chimney connector. The farthest distance is
correct if the two clearances do not coincide.
For example, if the appliance is set as indicated
in one of the diagrams but the connector is too
close, move the stove until the correct clearance
to the connector is obtained.
COMBUSTION AND
VENTILATION AIR
The combustion air from this appliance is drawn
from outside the building through the outer flue.
Extra provision for combustion air inside the
room is not required.
This appliance may be installed only with the
clearances as shown in the situations pictured.
Do not combine clearances from one type of
installation with another in order to achieve
closer clearances.
F37 Regency® Rear Flued Room Sealed Freestanding Gas Heater
INSTALLATION
EXTERIOR FLUE TERMINATION LOCATIONS
Minimum clearances required for balanced flue terminals or
the flue terminals of outdoor appliances
according to AS5601-2004 (AGA gas installation code) or NZS 5261 (New Zealand)
Minimum
Clearance (mm)
a
b
c
d
e
f
g
h
j
k
Below eaves, balconies or other projections:
- Appliances up to 50 MJ/h input
300
- Appliances over 50 MJ/h input
500
From the ground or above a balcony
300
From a return wall or external corner
500
From a gas meter (M)
1000
From an electricity meter or fuse box (P)
500
From a drain or soil pipe
150
Horizontal from any building structure (unless appliance is approved
for closer installation) or obstruction facing a terminal
500
From any other flue terminal, cowl or combustion air intake
500
Horizontally from an openable window, door, or non-mechanical air inlet, or
any other opening into a building, with the exception of sub-floor ventilation
(see also Note (I)):
- Appliances up to 150 MJ/h input
500
- Appliances over 150 MJ/h input
1500
Vertically below an openable window, door, or non-mechanical air inlet,
or any other opening into a building, with the exception of sub-floor ventilation
(see also Note (I)): see table below
Clearance 'k' in mm
Space Heaters
Up to 50 MJ/h
All Other Appliances
Up to 50 MJ/h input
input
150
Over 50 MJ/h input
Over 150 MJ/h input
to 150 MJ/h input
500
1000
1500
NOTES:
(I) For mechanical air inlets, including spa blowers, the clearance 'j' and 'k' shall be 1500 mm in all cases.
(II) All distances shall be measured vertically or horizontally along the wall to a point in line with the nearest par to of the terminal.
(III) Prohibited area below electricity meter or fuse box extends to ground level.
(IV) A flue terminal of this type shall not be located under a roofed area unless the roofed area is fully open on at least two sides and
a free flow of air at the appliance is achieved.
F37 Regency® Rear Flued Room Sealed Freestanding Gas Heater
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INSTALLATION
FLUEING
The Regency® Room Sealed System (Horizontal Termination Kit (946-112) and the Vertical
Termination with the Co-linear Flex System in
combination with the REGENCY Room SealedRear Freestanding Gas Stoves (F37-NG and
F37-LPG) have been approved and listed as
Room Sealed heater systems by Australian
Gas Association.
The Horiz. Termination Kit (946-112) includes
everything required for a straight through the
wall installation, or add a 45o elbow for a corner
installation.
IMPORTANT
Read all instructions carefully before starting
the installation. Failure to follow these instructions may create a fire or other safety hazard,
and will void the warranty. Be sure to check the
flueing and clearance to combustible requirements in "Locating Your Regency Gas Stove"
to "Flueing Installation Precaution" sections.
Consult your local building codes before beginning installation.
The location of the termination cap must conform
to the diagrams in the "Exterior Flue Terimination
Locations" section.
FLUEING
INSTALLATION
PRECAUTIONS
The Regency® Room Sealed System and the
Vertical Termination with the Co-linear Flex
System are engineered products that have been
designed and tested for use with the F37-NG,
and F37-LPG. The Regency® warranty will be
voided and serious fire, health or other safety
hazards may result from any of the following
actions:
1) Installation of any damaged Room Sealed
component
2) Unauthorized modification of the Room
Sealed System
3) Installation of any component part not
manufactured or approved by Regency®
Industries Ltd.
4) Installation other than as instructed by
Regency® Industries Ltd.
Warning: Always maintain required
clearances (air spaces) to nearby
combustibles to prevent a fire
hazard. Do not fill air spaces with
insulation.
The minimum clearance requirements between
the outer wall of the flue pipe and nearby combustible surfaces is 30mm. Be sure to check
the flue termination clearance requirements
from decks, windows, soffits, gas regulators, air
supply inlets and public walkways as specified in
the "Exterior Flue Termination Locations" section
and in your local building codes.
The gas appliance and flue system
must be flued directly to the outside of the building, and never be
attached to a chimney serving a
separate solid fuel or gas-burning
appliance.
Each Room Sealed gas appliance must use
its own separate flue system. Common flue
systems are prohibited.
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
FOR THE INSTALLER
1) Wear gloves and safety glasses for protection.
2) Exercise extreme caution when using ladders or on roof tops.
3) Be aware of electrical wiring locations in
walls and ceilings.
PLANNING YOUR FLUEING INSTALLATION
See the "Exterior Flue Termination Locations"
section for requirements.
*If this is an outside corner, the minimum distance between the flue and the outside corner is
12" (30cm). See "F" on the diagram in the "Exterior Flue Termination Locations" section.
When planning your installation, it will be necessary to select the proper length of flue pipe
for your particular requirements. Determine the
minimum clearance to combustibles from the
rear of the unit to the wall. It is also important to
note the wall thickness. Before cutting the flue
hole through the wall ensure that ALL flue and
termination clearances (see the "Exterior Flue
Termination Locations" section) will be met.
NOTE: Ensure compliance with the outside
flue terminal location before cutting hole as
both dimensions must be met.
For corner installation, Restrictor must
be set at 1-1/4" open.
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For straight rear installation, Restrictor
must be set at 1-1/8" open.
F37 Regency® Rear Flued Room Sealed Freestanding Gas Heater
INSTALLATION
FLUEING ARRANGEMENTS - VERTICAL TERMINATIONS
for both Residential & Manufactured Homes/Mobile Homes
Vertical Terminations
with Co-linear Flex System
Vertical Terminations
using Dura-Vent Flueing System
The shaded area in the diagram shows the allowable vertical
terminations installed in a masonry chimney. All vertical flue installations require the Flue Restrictor to be set to 32mm open. All Vertical
Flue Terminals must be Simpson Dura Vent (Abey Australia) DV 980
MAS (Australian Modified.)
The shaded areas in the two diagrams below show all allowable combinations of straight vertical and offset to vertical runs with vertical
terminations. Maximum one 90o elbow. All vertical and offset to vertical
flue installations require Flue Restrictor to be set to 32mm open. If the flue
is ENCLOSED in a chase (min. size 229mm x 229mm) maintain a 32mm
clearance to combustibles. All Vertical Flue Terminals must be Simpson
Dura Vent (Abey Australia) DV 980 MAS (Australian Modified.)
Straight Vertical Terminations
Offset to Vertical Terminations
9
7
216mm
8
9.1m Max.
5
4
3
1
1
3.2m Min.
2
1
1
2
Vertical Height (meters)
6
Horizontal Distance (meters)
If connecting to a Dura-Vent system,
the Adapter to Dura-Vent # 640-994
is required.
Flue Restrictor Position
To set the Flue restriction
as indicated in the diagram,
simply loosen the screws
and push the flue restrictor
plate to the correct position.
Tighten the screws.
44.5mm
Vent
Restrictor
Plate
F37 Regency® Rear Flued Room Sealed Freestanding Gas Heater
44.5mm
Vent Restrictor
(fully open)
32mm
Vent
Restrictor
Plate
32mm
Vent Restrictor
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INSTALLATION
RESIDENTIAL AND MANUFACTURED HOMES /
MOBILE HOMES INSTALLATIONS
You will require the following components with your new Regency® Rear Flued Room Sealed Freestanding Gas Stove. Please review your product
to make sure you have everything you need. In the event that you are missing any part, contact your dealer.
Note: These are the minimum pieces required.
Other parts may be required for your particular installation.
Minimum components for a Horizontal Installation:
946-112
Horizontal Termination Kit which includes:
1 6-5/8" dia. x 18" (168mm dia. x 457mm) Black Pipe
1 4" dia. x 18" (102mm dia. x 457mm) Aluminum Flue
1 Astro Riser Vent Terminal
1 Wall Penetration Heat Shield for Heat Sensitive walls
(Wall Thimble) (2 pcs)
1 Decorative Wall Trim (Black)
1 Tube Mill-Pac
Screws
Optional Components:
946-204
45o Elbow - 6-5/8" (168mm) Black pipe
and 4" (102mm) Aluminum Flue
946-205
Vinyl Siding Shield for Riser Vent
Terminal
946-208/P
Flue Guard
940
Square Wall Thimble Cover*
942
Wall Penetration
Heat Shield*
* Simpson Dura-Vent components
HORIZONTAL INSTALLATIONS
1) Set the unit in its desired location. Check to
determine if wall studs are in the way when
the flueing system is attached. If this is the
case, you may want to adjust the location
of the unit.
c) Snorkel Terminations:
For installations requiring a vertical rise
on the exterior of the building, Astro Riser
Vent Terminations as shown in Dia. 2
is available. Follow the same installation procedures as used for standard
Horizontal Termination.
2) Assemble the desired combination of pipe
and elbow to the appliance adapter with pipe
seams oriented down. Offset the pipe seams
as double seams in one place will cause the
outer pipe to take an oval shape. Kit comes
complete with 18" (457mm) of straight flue
- 6-5/8" (168mm) dia. black outer pipe and
4" (102mm) dia. inner flue.
3) With the pipe attached to the stove, slide
the stove into its correct location, and mark
the wall for a
9-1/2" (241mm) (inside
dimensions) round hole. The center of the
round hole should line up with the centerline
of the horizontal pipe, as shown in diagram
1. Cut and frame the 9-1/2 (241mm) round
hole in the exterior wall where the flue will
be terminated. If the wall being penetrated is
constructed of non-combustible material, i.e.
masonry block or concrete, a 7" (178mm)
diameter hole is acceptable.
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NEVER install the Astro Riser vent upside
down.
Diagram 1
Note:
a) The horizontal run of flue should have
a 1/4 inch (6mm) rise for every 1 foot
(305mm) of run towards the termination.
Never allow the flue to run downward.
This could cause high temperatures and
may present the possibility of a fire.
b) The location of the horizontal flue termination on an exterior wall must meet
all local and national building codes,
and must not be blocked or obstructed.
See the diagram in the "External Flue
Termination Locations" section.
Diagram 2
*Diagram 2: Local codes or regulations may
require different clearances.
F37 Regency® Rear Flued Room Sealed Freestanding Gas Heater
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NOTE: For Snorkel terminations in ABOVE
grade installations, follow national or
local code requirements.
7) Install the Backing Plate into the wall
penetration heat shield and attach using
4 screws. Diagram 4.
Below Grade Snorkel Installation
If the Snorkel Termination must be installed
below grade, i.e. basement application,
proper drainage must be provided to prevent
water from entering the Snorkel Termination.
Refer to Dura-Vent Installation instructions
for details.. Do not attempt to enclose the
Snorkel within the wall, or any other type
of enclosure.
8) Connect all pipe sections to unit and
install into wall:
4) Install wall penetration heat shield in the center
of the 9-1/2" round hole and attach with wood
screws. The four wood screws provided should
be replaced with appropriate fasteners for
stucco, brick, concrete, or other types of sidings.
Diagram 3.
8) Slide the decorative wall thimble up to the
wall surface being careful not to scratch the
paint. See diagram 5.
a) Measure pipe length required and
cut to length. Hint: use the cut end
of the 6-5/8" dia. outer pipe at the
flue terminal end.
b) Push the pipe sections completely
together, the minimum pipe overlap
is 1-1/4". Secure all outer pipe joints
by using at least two screws. Locate
the screws at the bottom of the pipe
so that the screw heads are hidden
on the final installation. Apply sealant "Mill-Pac" to inner pipe and high
temp silicone sealant or "Mill-Pac"
to outer pipe on every joint.
Hint: Apply sealant to female end.
Diagram 5
9) Back outside: Apply sealant to the 4" inner
flue and slide the Riser Vent Front into the
Backing Plate and fasten with 8 screws.
IMPORTANT:
When connecting the pipe to the Riser
Vent, apply Mill-Pac to the inner pipe on
the Riser Vent Terminal, around the bead.
Ensure that the flue pipe is pushed past
the bead for a secure fit.
Diagram 3
5) If installing termination on a siding covered
wall, a vinyl siding standoff or furring strips
must be used to ensure that the termination is
not recessed into the siding. Diagram. 3.
6) Take the Riser Vent terminal and separate the
Backing Plate from the Riser Vent Front by
removing 8 screws as shown in diagram 4.
c) Before connecting the flue pipe to
the flue termination, slide the black
decorative wall thimble cover over
the flue pipe, then slide the Wall
Penetration Heat Shield (Part #
946-202) over the flue pipe. Diagram
3.
d) Slide the appliance and flue assembly towards the wall carefully inserting the flue pipe into the riser vent
terminal assembly. It is important
that the flue pipe extends into the
Riser Vent Backing Plate a sufficient
distance so as to result in a minimum
pipe overlap of 1-1/4 inches. Secure
the connection between the flue pipe
and the flue cap by attaching the two
sheet metal strips extending from
the Riser Vent Backing Plate into the
outer wall of the flue pipe. Use two
aluminum screws provided to connect the strips to the pipe section.
Bend any remaining portion of the
sheet metal strip back towards the
flue cap and cut off any excess, it will
be concealed by the decorative wall
thimble cover. See diagram 5.
10) Seal around the outer edge of the Riser
Vent Backing Plate.
Diagram 4
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INSTALLATION
VERTICAL TERMINATION WITH
CO-LINEAR FLEX SYSTEM
GAS CONNECTION
THE APPLIANCE MUST NOT BE CONNECTED TO A CHIMNEY FLUE SERVING
A SEPARATE SOLID FUEL BURNING APPLIANCE.
This appliance is designed to be attached to two 3" (76mm) co-linear aluminium flex running the
full length of the chimney. See the Flueing Arrangements chart in the "Flue Arrangement" section for minimum and maximum flue lengths. See chart below for minimum distances from roof.
Periodically check that the flue is unrestricted.
Masonry chimneys may take various contours which the flexible liner will accommodate. However,
keep the flexible liner as straight as possible, avoid unnecessary bending.
The Air Intake pipe must be attached to the inlet air collar of the termination cap.
Required Parts:
Part #
946-529
948-305
640-994
946-563
Description
Co-linear DV Vertical Termination Cap
3" Flex - 35 ft.
F37 Dura-Vent Adapter
Co-Axial to Co-Linear Adapter Kit
which contains the following:
Co-linear Flex Adapter (270-585)
Outer Pipe (946-257)
Inner Pipe Adapter (946-219)
Approved Caps
980
Vertical Termination Cap
923GK
3" Co-linear Adapter
with flashing
The gas connection is a 1/2" NPT Male
Thread. Copper can be used or other connections approved by AG 604.
When using copper or flex connectors use only
approved fittings. Always provide a union so
that gas lines can be easily disconnected for
burner and/or valve servicing. Flare nuts for
copper lines are usually considered to meet
this requirement.
Important: Always check for gas leaks with a
soap and water solution or gas leak detector.
Do not use open flame for leak testing.
Note: Prior to any pressure testing of
the gas supply piping system
that exceeds test pressures of
3.45 kPa, this appliance must
be disconnected from the piping system. If test pressures
equal to or less than 3.45 kPa
are used then this appliance
must be isolated from the piping
system by closing its individual
manual shut-off valve during the
testing.
System Data - F37
Burner Inlet Orifice Sizes:
NG LPG
Burner
#37
12
#52
Max. Input Rating
31.7 mj
Min. Input Rating
16 mj
Supply Pressure
NG
LPG
min. 1.13kPa
min. 2.75kPa
Manifold Pressure
NG
LPG
.89 kPa
2.55 kPa
F37 Regency® Rear Flued Room Sealed Freestanding Gas Heater
INSTALLATION
CONVERSION KIT #731-968 FROM NG TO LPG
USING SIT 820 NOVA GAS VALVE
THIS CONVERSION MUST BE DONE BY A QUALIFIED GAS FITTER IF IN DOUBT DO NOT DO THIS CONVERSION !!
Conversion Kit Contains:
Qty.
1
1
1
Part #
904-390
904-529
918-590
1
1
908-528
910-037
1
918-484
Description
Burner Orifice #52
5/32" Allen Key
Label "Converted
to LPG"
Red "LPG" label
LPG Injector
(Pilot Orifice)
Instruction Sheet
8) Remove burner orifice with a 1/2" wrench.
Use another wrench to hold on to the elbow
behind the orifice. Discard orifice.
WARNING!
Do not over tighten the screw.
Recommended to
grip the wrench by the short side.
16) Verify that if the conversion is from NG to
LPG, the screw must be re-assembled with
the red o-ring visible (Fig. 5).
Red o-ring visible
Burner Orifice
1) Shut off the gas supply.
2) Remove the louvers (and bay door if it is
installed).
9) Reinstall new burner orifice LPG stamped
#52 and tighten.
3) Open the flush door and remove the
door.
10) Turn control knob to the “OFF” position.
4) Remove the logs and embers (if used).
5) Remove the 2 screws holding the Burner
Assembly to the firebox base. Push the
Burner Assembly to the left and lift out.
LPG Configuration
Fig.5
11) Remove the black
protection cap by hand
from the hi-low knob
(Fig.1).
17) Re-assemble the black protection cap
(Fig. 6).
Fig. 1
12) Insert a 5/32” or 4mm
Allen wrench into the
hexagonal key-way of
the screw (Fig. 2), rotate
it counter-clockwise until
it is free and extract it.
Remove the 2 screws, push Burner
Assembly to the left and lift out.
6) Pull off the pilot cap to expose the pilot
orifice.
Fig.2
13) Check that the screw is clean and if
necessary remove dirt.
14) Flip the screw (Fig. 3).
Fig. 6
18) Reverse step 2).
WARNING!
Also check that the pilot and main
burner injectors are appropriate for
the gas type.
19) Attach the label "This unit has been
converted to LPG" near or on the serial
# decal.
20) Replace yellow "NG" label with red "LPG"
label.
7) Unscrew the pilot orifice with the allen key;
then replace with the LPG pilot orifice and
the pilot cap, provided in the kit.
21) Check for gas leaks.
Fig.3
22) Check inlet and outlet pressures.
23) Check operation of flame control.
15) Using the Allen wrench
as shown in Fig.4,
rotate the screw clockwise until snug, do not
overtighten.
24) Check for proper flame appearance and
glow on logs.
Fig.4
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INSTALLATION
AERATION
ADJUSTMENT
LOG SET
INSTALLATION
The burner aeration is factory set but may need
adjusting due to either the local gas supply, air
supply or altitude.
Read the instructions below carefully and
refer to the diagrams. If logs are broken
do not use the unit until they are replaced.
Broken logs can interfere with the pilot
operation.
NG:
10mm open
LPG: 10mm open
The aeration adjustment gears are located on
the right side of the burner box and can be accessed from the side or from the front when the
louvres are removed.
3) Place Rear Log A)02-65 on the two pins on
the rear log support.
A)02-65
The gas log kit contains the following:
a)
b)
c)
d)
e)
f)
g)
h)
i)
02-65
02-56
02-44
02-46
02-45
02-47
02-48
Rear Log
Middle Left Log
Front Left Log
Left Top Log
Front Right Log
Center Log
Middle Right Log
Embers
Lava
Pins on Rear Log Support
4) Place the Middle Left Log B)02-56 on the
two pins as shown.
902-151
902-154
Note: Install Optional Brick Panels prior to
installing logs.
B)02-56
5) Sprinkle some lava rock just in front of B)
02-56 on the burner holes.
To adjust the aeration: use the allen key to turn
the turning gear which will adjust the air shutter.
Open the air shutter for a blue flame or close it for
a yellower flame. This adjustment is performed
by an authorized installer. The factory setting
should be sufficient for most installations.
B)02-56
The "02" refer numbers (i.e. 02-65) are
molded into the rear of each log.
1) Carefully remove the logs from the box and
unwrap them. The logs are fragile, handle
with care - do not force into position.
2) Sprinkle the embers on the left and right
sides of the firebox base.
Clockwise to open,
counter-clockwise to close.
lava rock
6) Place Front Left Log C)02-44 onto the 2
front pins as shown.
C)02-44
Caution: Carbon will be produced if the air
shutter is closed too much.
Note: Any damage due to carboning resulting from improperly setting the aeration controls is NOT covered under
warranty.
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Embers
Embers
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INSTALLATION
7) Place the Left Top Log D)02-46 on the pin
on Log B)02-56 and on top of the cutout
on Log A)02-65.
11) Position notch in Front Right Log G)02-48 on
Log F)02-47 and push the bottom right edge
against the bracket on the burner tray.
DOOR INSTALLATION
(Packaged Separately)
1) Open the two side panels.
G)02-48
A)02-65
A)02-65
F)02
-4
7
D)02-46
B)02-56
C)02-44
Cutout
Pin
E)02-45
3) Close the door. The
latch plate must be
centered around the
alignment pin. See
diagram 2. If the latch Diagram 1
plate interferes with the
corner of the stove you
may want to angle the
plate slightly so the door
closes easier.
Notch
8) Place Front Right Log E)02-45 on the two
pins as shown.
2) Slide the door
onto the two
hinge pins making sure the
two pieces are
flush together.
See diagram
1.
G)02-48
E)02-45
E)02-45
Side View
9) Place the lava rock in the area between
the left and right logs, leaving a space in
the middle for log (F) 02-47.
Bracket
The bottom right edge of Log G)02-48 must sit
snugly against the bracket
12) Test fire to ensure proper light off (make sure
flame flows smoothly from one end of burner
to the other. If there is any flame hesitation,
check that area for any blockage of the burner
port.
F)02-47
E)02-45
Notch
)0
2-
F)0
2-4
7
B)02-56
C)02-44
A)02-65
G
6
02
-4
D)
10) Place the notch in Center Log F)02-47 over
Log E)02-45 and across the cutout on Log
A)02-65.
48
E)02-45
Diagram 2
4) The latches should already be at the proper
setting. If they are too hard or too easy
to close, you may want to adjust them by
loosening the locking nut and turning the
latch catch. See diagram 3.
5) Remove the blue plastic protective coating
from the glass.
6) Test the seal around the door by placing
a piece of paper between the unit and
the door, close the door and try to pull
the paper out. If it slips out easily, then
the door is not properly sealed. Tighten or
loosen the latch by turning the latch catch
inward or outward. See diagram 3.
Note: The door latch may require adjustment as the door gasket material
compresses after a few fires and
after glass replacement. Turn the
latch catch inward or outward.
Cutout
Diagram 3
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INSTALLATION
GAS PIPE PRESSURE
TESTING
The appliance must be isolated from the gas
supply piping system by closing its individual
manual shut-off valve during any pressure
testing of the gas supply piping system at test
pressures equal to or less than 1/2 psig. (3.45
kPa). Disconnect piping from valve at pressures
over 3.45 kPa.
The manifold pressure is controlled by a regulator
built into the gas control, and should be checked
at the pressure test point.
Note: To properly check gas pressure, both
inlet and manifold pressures should
be checked using the valve pressure
ports on the valve.
Valve Description
1) Gas on/off knob
2) Manual high/low adjustment
3) Pilot Adjustment
4) Thermocouple Connection
5) Main Operator
6) Outlet Pressure Tap (Manifold Pressure)
7) Inlet Pressure Tap (Supply Pressure)
8) Pilot Outlet
9) Main Gas Outlet
10) Flange Securing Screw Holes
11) Alternative TC Connection Point
12) Thermoelectric Unit
13) Additional Valve Mounting Hole
LOUVRE
INSTALLATION
Attach the top & bottom louvres to the side stove
panel using 2 screws per side.
1) Make sure the valve is in the "OFF" position.
2) Loosen the "IN" and/or "OUT" pressure
tap(s), turning counterclockwise with a 1/8"
wide flat screwdriver.
3) Attach manometer to "IN" and/or "OUT"
pressure tap(s) using a 5/16" ID hose.
4) Light the pilot and turn the valve to "ON"
position. Read manometer.
5) The pressure check should be carried out
with the unit burning and the setting should
be within the limits specified on the safety
label.
6) When finished reading manometer, turn
off the gas valve, disconnect the hose and
tighten the screw (clockwise) with a 1/8" flat
screwdriver. Note: Screw should be snug,
but do not over tighten
OPTIONAL
WALL THERMOSTAT
A wall thermostat may be installed if desired.
Connect the wires as per the wiring diagrams.
Note that the wires are connected to the "TH"
on the gas valve. Use table below to determine
the maximum wire length:
Note: Preferable if the thermostat is installed
on an interior wall.
Regency® offers an optional programmable
thermostat but any 250-750 millivolt rated nonanticipator type thermostat that is CSA, ULC or
UL approved may be used.
CAUTION
Do not connect the millivolt
wall thermostat wires
to the 240V wires.
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F37 Regency® Rear Flued Room Sealed Freestanding Gas Heater
INSTALLATION
OPTIONAL
REMOTE CONTROL
Use the Regency® Remote Control Kit approved for this unit. Use of other systems may
void your warranty.
The remote control kit comes with a hand held
transmitter, a receiver and a wall mounting
plate.
1) Choose a convenient location on the wall
to install the receiver and the receptacle
box (protection from extreme heat is very
important). Run wires from the fireplace to
that location, use Thermostat Wire Table.
2) Connect the wires as per the wiring diagram
above.
CAUTION
Do not connect the millivolt remote
control wires to the 240V wires.
3) Install 3 AAA alkaline batteries in transmitter
and 4 AA alkaline batteries in the receiver.
Install the receiver and its cover in the wall.
Switch the remote receiver to "remote"
mode. The remote control is now ready for
operation.
Thermostat Wire Table
Recommended Maximum Lead Length
(Two-Wire) When Using Wall
Thermostat (CP-2 System)
Wire Size
FINAL CHECK
Before leaving this unit with the customer, the
installer must ensure that the appliance is firing
correctly. This includes:
1) Clocking the appliance to ensure the correct firing rate (rate noted on label) at 15
minutes.
2) If required, adjusting the primary air to ensure
that the flame does not carbon. First allow
the unit to burn for 15 min. to stabilize.
Max. Length
14 GA.
16 GA.
18 GA.
20 GA.
22 GA.
15.24
9.75
6.10
3.66
2.71
m
m
m
m
m
CAUTION
Any alteration to the product that causes
sooting or carboning that results in damage
to the exterior facia is not the responsibility
of the manufacturer.
WIRING
This heater does not require a 240V A.C. supply
for the gas control to operate. A 240V A.C. power
supply is needed for the fan/blower operation.
Caution: Ensure that the wires do not
touch any hot surfaces and are away
from sharp edges.
CAUTION: Label all wires prior to disconnection when servicing controls.
Wiring errors can cause improper and
dangerous operation.
WARNING: Electrical Grounding Instructions
This appliance is equipped with a three pronged (grounding) plug for your protection against shock hazard and should be plugged
directly into a properly grounded three-prong receptacle. Do not cut or remove the grounding prong from this plug.
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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
OPERATING
INSTRUCTIONS
SHUTDOWN
PROCEDURE
1) Read and understand these instructions
before operating this appliance.
1) Use the thermostat or remote control to turn
off the main burner.
2) Check to see that all wiring is correct and
enclosed to prevent possible shock.
2) Turn the main gas control clockwise to the
"OFF" position to turn off the pilot (push knob
in slightly).
3) Check to ensure there are no gas leaks.
4) Make sure the glass in the door frame is
properly positioned. Never operate the appliance with the glass removed.
5) Verify that the flueing and cap are unobstructed.
6) Verify log placement. If the pilot cannot be
seen when lighting the unit - the logs have
been incorrectly positioned.
7) The unit should never be turned off, and on
again without a minimum of a 60 second
wait.
LIGHTING
PROCEDURE
IMPORTANT: Gas on/off knob cannot be
turned from "PILOT" to "OFF" unless it is
partially depressed.
1) Turn stove OFF using the Burner "ON/OFF"
switch, remote or thermostat.
2) Turn gas control knob so indicator points
to "OFF" position and allow 5 minutes for
any gas in the combustion chamber to
escape.
3) Turn gas control knob counterclockwise
so indicator points to the "PILOT" position.
Depress the gas control knob fully. Depress
the igniter button several times until the
pilot lights. After approximately one minute,
release the gas control knob. The pilot flame
should continue to burn. If the pilot does not
remain lit, repeat operation allowing a longer
period before releasing gas control knob.
4) When the pilot stays lit, turn the gas knob
further counterclockwise to the "ON" position.
5) Use the thermostat or remote control to turn
on the unit.
6) Rotate the flame height regulator to adjust
the flame height higher or lower.
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3) Turn off all electric power to appliance if
service is to be performed.
FIRST FIRE
The first fire in your stove is part of the paint curing process. To ensure that the paint is properly
cured, it is recommended that you burn your fireplace for at least four (4) hours the first time you
use it with the fan on. When first operated, the unit
will release an odour caused by the curing of the
paint, the burning off of any oils remaining from
manufacturing. Smoke detectors in the house
may go off at this time. Open a few windows to
ventilate the room for a couple of hours.
The glass panel may require cleaning
after the unit has cooled down. DO NOT
ATTEMPT TO CLEAN THE GLASS
WHILE IT IS HOT.
Note: When the glass is cold and the appliance is lit, it may cause condensation
and fog the glass. This condensation
is normal and will disappear in a few
minutes as the glass heats up.
DO NOT BURN THE APPLIANCE
WITHOUT THE GLASS FRONT IN
PLACE.
During the first few fires, a white film
may develop on the glass front as part
of the curing process. The glass should
be cleaned or the film will bake on and
become very difficult to remove. Use a
non-abrasive cleaner and NEVER clean
the glass while it is hot.
NORMAL OPERATING
SOUNDS OF GAS
APPLIANCES
It is possible that you will hear some sounds
from your gas appliance. This is perfectly normal
due to the fact that there are various gauges
and types of steel used within your appliance.
Listed below are some examples. All are normal
operating sounds and should not be considered
as defects in your appliance.
Blower:
Regency® gas appliances use high tech blowers
to push heated air farther into the room. It is not
unusual for the fan to make a "whirring" sound
when ON. This sound will increase or decrease
in volume depending on the speed setting of
your fan speed control.
Burner Tray:
The burner tray is positioned directly under the
burner tube(s) and logs and is made of a different gauge material from the rest of the firebox
and body. Therefore, the varying thicknesses of
steel will expand and contract at slightly different
rates which can cause "ticking" and "cracking"
sounds. You should also be aware that as there
are temperature changes within the unit these
sounds will likely re-occur. Again, this is normal
for steel fireboxes.
Blower Thermodisc:
When this thermally activated switch turns ON
it will create a small "clicking" sound. This is the
switch contacts closing and is normal.
Pilot Flame:
While the pilot flame is on it can make a very
slight "whisper" sound.
CONVECTION FAN
OPERATION
Gas Control Valve:
As the gas control valve turns ON and OFF, a
dull clicking sound may be audible, this is normal
operation of a gas regulator or valve.
Set the fan speed on control panel at the top rear
of the unit to adjust to the desired speed. The fan
will turn on as the stove comes up to operating
temperature. After the unit has been turned off
and the unit cooled to below a useful heat output
range the fan will shut off automatically.
Unit Body/Firebox:
Different types and thicknesses of steel will
expand and contract at different rates resulting
in some "cracking" and "ticking" sounds will be
heard throughout the cycling process.
F37 Regency® Rear Flued Room Sealed Freestanding Gas Heater
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
COPY OF THE LIGHTING PLATE INSTRUCTIONS
FOR YOUR SAFETY READ BEFORE LIGHTING
This appliance must be installed in accordance with local codes, if any; if none, follow the National Fuel Gas Code, ANSI
Z223.1/NFPA 54, or Natural Gas and Propane Installation Codes, CSA B149.1. (Australia: AS5601-2004, New Zealand: NZS 5261)
WARNING: If you do not follow these instructions exactly, a fire or explosion may result causing
property damage, personal injury or loss of life. Improper installation, adjustment, alteration, service
or maintenance can cause injury or property damage. Refer to the owner’s information manual
provided with this appliance. For assistance or additional information consult a qualified installer,
service agency or gas supplier.
A ) This appliance has a pilot which must be lighted
by hand, following the instructions below
exactly.
B) BEFORE LIGHTING smell all around the appliance
area for gas. Be sure to smell next to the floor
because some gas is heavier than air and will
settle on the floor.
WHAT TO DO IF YOU SMELL GAS
- Do not try to light any appliance
- Do not touch any electric switch, do not use any
phone in your building
- Immediately call your gas supplier from a
neighbors 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, don’t try to repair it, call
a qualified service technician. Force or attempted
repair may result in a fire or explosion.
D) Do not use this appliance if any part has been under
water. Immediately call a qualified service technician to inspect the appliance and to replace any part
of the control system and any gas control which has
been under water.
This appliance needs fresh air for safe operation and
must be installed so there are provisions for adequate
combustion and ventilation air.
CAUTION: Hot while in operation. Do not touch.
Severe Burns may result. Due to high surface
temperatures keep children, clothing and
furniture, gasoline and other liquids having
fammable vapors away. Keep burner and control
compartment clean. See installation and
operating instructions accompanying appliance.
LIGHTING INSTRUCTIONS
Release knob and it will pop back up. Pilot should
STOP! Read the safety information above on this
remain lit. If it goes out, repeat steps 3) and 4).
label.
If knob does not pop up when released, stop and
1) Push in gas control knob slightly and turn
clockwise
to “OFF”. Knob cannot be turned
immediately call your service technician or gas
from “PILOT” to “OFF” unless knob is pushed in
supplier.
slightly. Do not force.
If the pilot will not stay lit after several tries, turn the
2) Wait five (5) minutes to clear out any gas. If you
gas control knob to “OFF” and call your service
then smell gas STOP! follow “B” in the safety
technician or gas supplier.
to “ON”.
information above on this label. If you don’t smell 5) Turn gas control knob counterclockwise
gas, go to the next step.
6) Use rocker switch to operate main burner.
3) Turn knob on gas control counterclockwise
PILOT BURNER
VEILLEUSE
to “PILOT”.
OFF
4) Push in control knob all the way and hold in.
THERMOPILE
Immediately push black button on spark igniter
Gas nlet
ELEMENT
until pilot lights. Continue to hold the control
THERMOknob in for about 1/2 minute after the pilot is lit.
ELECTRIQUE
TO TURN OFF GAS APPLIANCE
1) Push in the gas control knob slightly and turn
clockwise
to “OFF”. Do not force.
2) Turn off all electric power to the appliance if
service is to be performed.
You may shut off the pilot during prolonged non use periods to conserve fuel.
DO NOT REMOVE THIS INSTRUCTION PLATE
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908-649c
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MAINTENANCE
MAINTENANCE
INSTRUCTIONS
1) Always turn off the valve before cleaning.
For relighting, refer to lighting instructions.
Keep the burner and control compartment
clean by brushing and vacuuming at least
once a year. When cleaning the logs, use a
soft clean paint brush as the logs are fragile
and easily damaged.
2) Clean glass (never when unit is hot), appliance, louvres, and door with a damp cloth.
Never use an abrasive cleaner. The gold
louvres (and optional gold door) may be
scratched if abrasives are used to clean
them.
The heater is finished in a heat resistant
paint and should only be refinished with
heat resistant paint (not with wall paint).
Regency® uses StoveBright Paint - Metallic
Black #6309.
3) Make a periodic check of burner for proper
position and condition. Visually check the
flame of the burner periodically, making sure
the flames are steady; not lifting or floating. If
there is a problem, call an authorized service
person.
4) The appliance and flueing system must be
inspected before use, and at least annually, by an authorized field service person,
to ensure that the flow of combustion and
ventilation air is not obstructed.
During the annual service call, the burners
should be removed from the burner tray
and cleaned. Replace the embers but do
not block the pilot.
PART OF CONTROL SYSTEM AND
ANY GAS CONTROL WHICH HAS
BEEN UNDER WATER.
CAUTION: ANY SAFETY SCREEN
OR GUARD REMOVED FOR SERVICING AN APPLIANCE MUST BE
REPLACED PRIOR TO OPERATING THE APPLIANCE.
CLOTHING OR OTHER FLAMMABLE MATERIAL SHOULD NOT
BE PLACED ON OR NEAR THE
APPLIANCE.
6) Each time the appliance is lit, it may cause
condensation and fog the glass. This
condensation and fog is normal and will
disappear in a few minutes as the glass
heats up.
Never operate the appliance without the
glass properly secured in place or with
the door open.
7) Periodically check the pilot flames. Correct
flame pattern has three strong blue flames:
1 flowing around the thermopile and 1
around the thermocouple, and 1 flowing
across the rear of the burner (it does not
have to be touching the burner).
Note: If you have an incorrect flame pattern, contact your Regency® dealer
for further instructions.
DO NOT USE THIS APPLIANCE
IF ANY PART HAS BEEN UNDER
WATER. IMMEDIATELY CALL AN
AUTHORIZED SERVICE TECHNICIAN TO INSPECT THE APPLIANCE AND TO REPLACE ANY
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Conduct an inspection of the flueing system
semi-annually. Recommended areas to inspect
as follows:
1) Check the Flueing System for corrosion in
areas that are exposed to the elements.
These will appear as rust spots or streaks,
and in extreme cases, holes. These components should be replaced immediately.
2) Check for evidences of excessive condensation, such as water droplets forming in the
inner liner, and subsequently dripping out the
joints, Continuous condensation can cause
corrosion of caps, pipe, and fittings. It may
be caused by having exterior portions of the
system being exposed to cold weather.
3) Inspect joints, to verify that no pipe sections or fittings have been disturbed, and
consequently loosened.
LOG REPLACEMENT
The unit should never be used with broken logs.
Turn off the gas valve and allow the unit to cool
before opening door to carefully remove the
logs. The pilot light generates enough heat to
burn someone. If for any reason a log should
need replacement, you must use the proper
replacement log. The position of these logs
must be as shown in the diagram under Log
Installation.
Note: Improper positioning of logs may
create carbon build-up and will alter
the unit’s performance which is not
covered under warranty.
5) Keep the area near the appliance clear and
free from combustible materials, gasoline,
and other flammable vapours and liquids.
WARNING: CHILDREN AND
ADULTS SHOULD BE ALERTED
TO THE HAZARDS OF HIGH
SURFACE TEMPERATURE AND
SHOULD STAY AWAY TO AVOID
BURNS OR CLOTHING IGNITION.
YOUNG CHILDREN SHOULD BE
CAREFULLY SUPERVISED WHEN
THEY ARE IN THE SAME ROOM
AS THE APPLIANCE.
GENERAL
FLUE MAINTENANCE
GOLD-PLATED DOORS
Top View of pilot flame
Incorrect flame pattern will have small, probably
yellow flames, not coming into proper contact
with the rear of the burner or thermopile.
The 24 carat gold plated finish on the door
requires little maintenance, and need only be
cleaned with a damp cloth. DO NOT use abrasive
materials or chemical cleaners, as they may
harm the finish and void the warranty. Clean any
fingerprints off before turning the unit on. If the
door starts to discolour, check the gasket
seal and replace if necessary.
DOOR GASKET
If the door gasket requires replacement use
7/8" diameter oval door gasket (Part # 650920).
Top View of pilot flame
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MAINTENANCE
LATCH ADJUSTMENT
PANEL DOOR
The door latch may require adjustment as the
door gasket material compresses after a few
fires and after glass replacement. Turn the
handle on the adjustable catch to tighten or
loosen the latch.
1) Remove the door from the unit and place
on a soft surface to prevent scratching.
2) Pull out the door gasket.
3) Remove the nuts holding the glass retainers
in place.
4) Remove the glass retainers (sides, top and
bottom) and the door catch plate.
5) Replace the glass. The glass must have
gasketing around it.
GLASS REPLACEMENT
Your Regency® stove is supplied with high temperature, 5 mm Neoceram ceramic glass that
will withstand the highest heat that your unit will
produce. In the event that you break your glass,
purchase your replacement from an authorized
Regency® dealer only, and follow the step-by-step
instructions for replacement.
Installing Glass
1) Install both center and side glass onto
extrusions as per diagram.
2) Place glass assembly into door frame.
Never operate your unit with broken
glass.
3) Install retainers by placing 1 drop of glue
where previously glued and put in place.
WARNING: Do not operate appliance with the glass front removed,
cracked or broken. Replacement
of the glass should be done by a
licensed or qualified service person.
4) Install side retainers.
MITRED DOOR
Removing Glass:
Note: Wearing gloves will protect your
hands while handling glass.
6) Reverse the previous steps, replace the
retainers and fasten with the nuts but do
not overtighten, as this can break the glass.
Note: the door catch plate fits on top of the
left side retainer.
7) Put gasket glue on the retainers, but do not
put glue on the screws. Replace the door
gasket, the two ends butt tight together on
the bottom edge of the door.
8) Replace door on the stove and check the
seal.
5) Install door catch plate.
6) Install the 24 nuts loosely, do not tighten
yet.
7) Tighten side panels nuts using the following
procedure:
a. tighten top & bottom outside corner
nuts (2)
b. tighten inside nuts (3)
c. tighten top & bottom inside corners
(2)
1) Remove the door from the unit and place on
a soft surface to prevent scratching.
2) Pull out the door gasket.
3) Remove the 24 nuts holding the glass
retainers in place. Do not remove the nuts
underneath the retainers.
4) Remove the door catch plate.
5) Remove glass retainers on sides first (3 each
side) then remove two center retainers.
Note: Center glass retainers are glued to
center glass.
6) Remove glass from extrusions. When removing center glass, leave white insulation
in place.
8) Tighten the 10 nuts on center glass retainer.
9) Repeat step 7 for other side panel.
10) Replace new gasket by gluing it in place.
11) Install door onto stove and check the
seal.
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MAINTENANCE
FAN MAINTENANCE
3) Unclip the black and white wires from the
fan motor.
REMOVING VALVE
If your fan requires maintenance or replacement
it must be performed by an authorised person.
Access to the fan is through the plate on the rear
wall of the firebox. NOTE: the unit MUST NOT
be operated without the fan access panel
securely in place and correctly sealed.
4) Lift fan off of the 2 pins, tip back and pull
through the opening. Disconnect the green
ground wire from the right side of the fan as
soon as you can reach it.
If your valve requires maintenance or replacement, use the following instructions:
Note: Always close off the gas supply before
removing the valve.
1) Open front pedestal door. You may want to
put a soft cloth on the base of the unit so that
when the pedestal door is open it doesn't
scratch the paint. See diagram below.
IMPORTANT: These fans collect a
lot of dust from within your home.
Ensure you maintain these fan motors on a regular basis by vacuuming
out the fan squirrel cages, around
the motor, and around the grills on
the back of the stove.
IMPORTANT
Disconnect power supply
before servicing
Replacing Fan:
Reverse the above steps (1 - 4). Make sure the
fan wires and the ground wire are reattached.
WARNING:
Electrical Grounding Instructions
This appliance is equipped with
a three pronged (grounding) plug
for your protection against shock
hazard and should be plugged
directly into a properly grounded
three-prong receptacle. Do not cut
or remove the grounding prong
from this plug.
Hint for pushing fan down onto pins - rub a bit of
dish soap on the grommet so it will slide more
easily onto the pin. Check to make sure the fan
is seated properly on the pins - try to move the
fan back and forth, there should be no noise, if
there is check that the grommets haven't come
loose.
2) Undo the six screws holding the control panel
in place.
3) Disconnect all wires from the back of the control panel and then remove panel. You should
lay the panel on a soft cloth so it doesn't get
marked up. See diagram above.
To remove fan:
1) Unplug or disconnect power source to
stove.
2) Remove the rear
access panel on
the back of the
stove. The fan can
only be accessed
from the back of
the stove.
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MAINTENANCE
4) Remove the two outside frame pieces by
removing two screws per side. See diagram
below.
9) Carefully lift the burner tray assembly out.
Be careful not to tear gaskets when lifting
out the valve tray; these gaskets seal the
valve from the exterior of the firebox.
5) At this point you should disconnect the gas
at the valve. You can access it through the
front now that the control panel is off, or you
can access it through the rear pedestal cover
plate.
6) Carefully remove the logs and embers.
7) Remove burner. See diagram below.
10) To replace the burner tray assembly, simply
reverse these instructions.
Note: Use a magnetic type screwdriver if
possible.
8) Remove all 18 screws holding the burner
tray assembly in place.
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PARTS LIST
MAIN ASSEMBLY
Part #
Description
560-921
560-920
560-922
4) 750-532
8) 730-560
10) 640-034
Louvre Assy (Set) - Nickel
Louvre Assy (Set) - Gold
Louvre Assy (Set) - Black
Door Screen (Australia Only)
Relief Door Assembly
Mounting Plate Gasket
560-519/P
11) 910-169/P
12) 910-714
16) 730-039
17) 904-257
18) 560-025
1)
19) 730-530
20) 730-525
21) 560-031
23) 904-258
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Part #
24)
25)
26)
27)
948-255
*
*
910-233
Fan Assembly (240 V)
Fan Motor (240 V)
Power Cord (240 V)
28)
29)
30)
31)
32)
*
*
680-030
630-021F
730-565
Pedestal Assembly
Pedestal Door
Pedestal Door Magnet
Pedestal Back
33)
35)
38)
40)
640-520
630-011
820-058F
730-042
Description
Door Latch - c/w J-Hook
Flex Pipe (3" ID)
Clamp for Flex Pipe
Fan Auto On/Off
Thermodisc
Mounting Brckt-Thermodisc
Air Deflector
Rear Panel
Fan Access Panel
Firebox Baffle/Restrictor
Assembly
False Top Assembly
Air Passage Gasket
Pedestal Base Cover
Thermodisc Cover
Part #
41) 904-185
42) 904-186
910-033
45) 750-031
50) 910-140
51) 910-246
731-968
948-216
918-089
918-533
Description
Cable Tie - High
Temperature
Cable Tie Mounting Button
Heat Resistant Sleeve
Rear Control Panel
Fan Hi/Off/Low Switch
Burner On/Off Switch
Conversion Kit - To LPG
Logo Plate
Decal-Top Rear
Control Panel
Manual
*Not available as a replacement part.
Side Panel Door Assy
(Right Side)
Side Panel Door Assy
(Left Side)
Side Panel Door Hinge
Side Panel Door Magnet
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PARTS LIST
BURNER & LOG ASSEMBLY
Part #
52)
54)
55)
56)
57)
60)
66)
67)
68)
69)
71)
Description
910-190
910-373
910-372
918-088
591-041F
Piezo Ignitor & Nut
Knob - Pilot Valve Extension
Flame Adjusting Knob
Decal - Control Panel
Switch Plate
680-574/P
680-576/P
910-478
904-240
936-170
910-038
*
W840470
730-935
730-528
904-390
Valve Assembly - NG
Valve Assembly - LPG
Valve - S.I.T. - NG/LPG
#37 Orifice - NG
Orifice Gasket
Pilot Assy - S.I.T. - 3 Flame NG
Pilot Holder
Pilot Assembly Gasket
Log Set
Log Stand
Pilot Orifice #52 - LPG
Part #
Description
78)
82)
83)
730-550
630-009
630-008
Burner Assy - NG/LP
Gasket - Burner Tray / Air Passage
Gasket - Burner Tray / Firebox
89)
90)
91)
910-096
910-386
910-341
Pilot Hood
Thermocouple
Thermopile
92)
93)
94)
95)
96)
97)
98)
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
Rear Log
Left Top Log
Center Log
Middle Right Log
Middle Left Log
Front Right Log
Front Left Log
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*Not available as a replacement part.
92
93
94
91
89
66
90
95
96
98
97
68
67
71
78
68
83
82
60
52
57
54
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56
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PARTS LIST
DOOR ASSEMBLIES
Part #
101)
105)
106)
107)
108)
111)
112)
208)
730-923
730-924
730-926
730-932
730-928
650-920
*
940-323/P
936-243
940-322/P
*
750-015
940-325/P
Description
Brush Nickel Mitred Door - Complete
Gold Mitred Door - Complete
Black Mitred Door - Complete
Gold Wrap Door - Complete
Gold Panel Door - Complete
Door Gasket Kit
Ceramic Paper
Side Glass
Glass Gasket
Centre Glass
Door Frame Fibre Paper
Door Glass Extrusion
Wrap Glass
*Not available as a replacement part.
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F37 Regency® Rear Flued Room Sealed Freestanding Gas Heater
WARRANTY
Regency® Fireplace Products are designed with reliability and simplicity in mind. In addition, our internal Quality Assurance Team carefully
inspects each unit thoroughly before it leaves our door. Regency Fireplace Products is pleased to extend this limited lifetime warranty
to the original purchaser of a Regency® Product.
The Warranty: Lifetime
Covered under the agreement are the following components: Combustion chamber, heat exchanger, burner tubes, logs, embers, glass (thermal
breakage) and all gold plating against defective manufacture.
NOTE: Gold Plated Barcelona Front - slight imperfections in the gold plating are due to the plating process and are not considered defects.
The above will be covered for parts and labour for the first five years and parts only thereafter.
Electrical components such as fans, switches, wiring, thermodiscs, remote control, thermopiles, thermocouples and gas valves are covered for one
year from the date of purchase.
The warranty on brass parts is for one year, no labour. The brass is not warranted against tarnishing.
Conditions:
All installations must be performed by a qualified gas fitter and installed according to all applicable local and national codes. Also, all service work must
be carried out by a qualified gas service person provided by the selling dealer. It is the responsibility of the installer to ensure that the appliance is
firing as per rating plate. Any part or parts of this unit which in our judgement show evidence of such defect will be repaired or replaced at Regency®'s
option, through an accredited distributor or agent provided that the defective part be returned to the distributor or agent Transportation Prepaid, if
requested. In areas where there is not an approved service agent or the closest approved service agent is situated more than thirty(30) kilometres
from the installation, Regency Fireplace Products are not obliged to arrange warranty repairs and travel and/or additional labour charges will apply.
Exclusions:
This limited Lifetime Warranty does not extend to or include paint, door or glass gasketing or trim. It does not cover installation and operational
related problems such as over-firing, downdrafts or spillage caused by environmental conditions, nearby trees, buildings, hilltops, mountains,
inadequate flueing or ventilation, excessive offsets, negative air pressures caused by insufficient make up air, mechanical systems such as furnaces,
fans, clothes dryers etc.
The warranty does not extend to any part or parts which show evidence of misuse or abuse, neglect, accident, lack of maintenance, or improper
installation.
Products made by other manufacturers and used in conjunction with the operation of this appliance without authorization from Regency®, may
nullify your warranty on this product.
Regency Fireplace Products, shall in no event be liable for any special, indirect consequential damages of any nature whatsoever which are in
excess of the original purchase price of the product. Any alteration to the unit which causes sooting or carboning that results in damage to the
exterior facia is not the responsibility of Regency Fireplace Products.
General:
It is essential that all submitted claims provide all of the necessary information including purchase date, serial #, type of unit and part or parts
requested.
SUBJECT TO CHANGE.
DISTRIBUTORS:
Western Australia
Eastern Australia
Air Group Australia
Fireplace Products Australia PTY. Ltd.
28-30 Division St.
1-3 Conquest Way
Welshpool WA 6106
Hallam, VIC 3803
08 9350 2200
03 9799 7277
NOTE: PLEASE RETAIN YOUR INVOICE AS PROOF OF PURCHASE FOR WARRANTY
VERIFICATION
INCORRECT INSTALLATION OR GAS PRESSURE SETTINGS ARE NOT COVERED BY
WARRANTY
A SERVICE OR CALLOUT FEE WILL BE CHARGED IN THESE CIRCUMSTANCES.
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