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PEDESTAL PLATE HEATER
MODEL: 2007B
TESTED TO
UL 1482
EXEMPT PER
EPA METHOD 28A
CAUTION!
Read All Instructions Carefully
Before Starting The Installation
or Operating This Heater.
Improper Installation Could
Void Your Warranty!
SAFETY NOTICE:
If this heater is not properly installed, a house fire
may result. For your safety, follow the installation
instructions. Contract local building or fire officials
about restrictions and installation requirements in
your area.
Do not use this heater in a
mobile home or trailer!
SAVE THIS MANUAL FOR FUTURE REFERENCE
227 Industrial Park Road
P.O. Box 151
South Pittsburg, TN 37380
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THIS MANUAL WILL HELP YOU TO OBTAIN EFFICIENT, DEPENDABLE SERVICE FROM THE HEATER, AND ENABLE YOU
TO ORDER REPAIR PARTS CORRECTLY. KEEP IN A SAFE PLACE FOR FUTURE REFERENCE.
COMPANY
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Pt. No.: 851649C
CONGRATULATIONS!
You've purchased a heater from North America's oldest manufacturer of wood burning products.
By heating with wood you're helping to CONSERVE ENERGY!
Wood is our only Renewable Energy Resource. Please do your part to preserve our wood supply. Plant at least one tree
each year. Future generations will thank you.
Tools and Materials Needed
TOOLS
MATERIALS
•
Pencil
•
6" Pipe, 6" Elbow, Collar and Thimble; As Required (24 gauge min.)
•
6 Foot Folding Rule or Tape Measure
•
1/2" Sheet Metal Screws (No. 10A x 1/2")
•
Drill, Hand or Electric
•
•
Drill Bit 1/8" Dia. (For Sheet Metal Screws)
6" Inside Diameter Underwriters Laboratories (UL) Listed Residential
Solid Fuel Factory-Built Triplewall Chimney or Exiting Masonry Chimney.
•
5/16" Nut Driver or 5/16" Socket w/Ratchet
•
Floor Protector Material As Specified in this manual.
•
Screw Driver (Blade-Type)
•
•
Gloves
Furnace Cement (Manufacturer Recommends: Rutland Black Code
78 or Equivalent)
•
Safety Glasses
Dimensions
(TOP VIEW)
(SIDE VIEW)
(FRONT VIEW)
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safety rules
SAFETY NOTICE: If this heater is not properly installed a house fire may result. For your safety, follow the
installation directions. Contact local building or fire officials about restrictions and installation inspection
requirements in your area.
Read these rules and the instructions carefully.
13. Disposal of Ashes- Place ashes in a metal container with a
tight fitting lid. Keep the closed container on a non-combustible floor or on the ground, well away from all combustible
materials. Keep the ashes in the closed container until all
cinders have thoroughly cooled. The ashes may be buried
in the ground or picked up by a refuse collector.
1. Check with local codes. The installation comply with their
rulings. Observe closely the clearances to combustibles
specified in this manual.
2. Do not install this heater in a mobile home or trailer.
3. DO NOT connect a wood burning heater to an aluminum
Type B gas vent. This is not safe and is prohibited by the
National Fire Protection Association Code.
14. Keep the firebox section free of excess ashes.
15. Observe clearances to combustible materials specified in
this manual to avoid a fire hazard.
4. Always connect this heater to a chimney and vent to the
outside. Never vent to another room or inside a building.
16. CARING FOR PAINTED PARTS- This heater has a painted
jacket, which is durable but it will not stand rough handling
or abuse. When installing your heater, use care in handling.
Clean with soap and warm water when heater is not hot.
DO NOT use any acids or scouring soap, as these wear
and dull the finish. PAINT DISCOLORATION WILL OCCUR
IF THE HEATER IS OVERFIRED. FOLLOW OPERATING
INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY.
5. The freestanding room heater requires a masonry or a UL
Listed Residential Type and Building Heating Appliance
Chimney.
6. Be sure that your chimney is safely constructed and in good
repair. Have the chimney inspected by the Fire Department
or a qualified inspector. Your insurance company may be
able to recommend a qualified inspector.
17. The firebox walls in this heater may become slightly distorted
over a period of use. The slight distortion does not affect
the operation of the unit.
7. Make sure the chimney is high enough to give a good draft.
8. Inspect chimney connector and chimney twice monthly during the heating season for any deposit of creosote or soot
which must be removed (see Chimney Maintenance).
18. CAUTION: HOT WHILE IN OPERATION. KEEP CHILDREN, CLOTHING, AND FURNITURE AWAY. CONTACT
MAY CAUSE SKIN BURNS.
9. DO NOT BE ALARMED IF HEATER SMOKES UPON
INITIAL FIRING. The special paint used on this heater
must be cured during initial firing. This smoking will occur
only on initial firing.
19. CAUTION: DO NOT CONNECT TO ANY AIR DISTRIBUTION OR DUCT SYSTEM.
10. CAST IRON PARTS MUST BE "SEASONED" TO AVOID
CRACKING. BUILD ONLY SMALL FIRES DURING THE
FIRST FEW DAYS OF USE.
20. CAUTION: STORE SOLID WOOD FUEL A SAFE DISTANCE AWAY. DO NOT STORE SOLID WOOD FUEL
WITHIN HEATER INSTALLATION CLEARANCES OR
WITHIN THE SPACE REQUIRED FOR ASH REMOVAL.
11. To prevent injury, do not allow anyone to use this heater
who is unfamiliar with the correct operation of the heater.
21. DO NOT USE A GRATE OR ELEVATE THE FIRE.
22. WE RECOMMEND THAT SMOKE DETECTORS BE INSTALLED IN YOUR HOME.
12. For additional information on using your Room Heater safely,
obtain a copy of the National Fire Protection Association
(NFPA) publication "Chimneys, Fireplaces, and Solid Fuel
Burning Appliances" NFPA No. 211(USA).
CAUTION! Do not touch the metal or glass surfaces of the heater until it has thoroughly cooled.
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LOCATING THE ROOM HEATER
AS A LOCATION IS SELECTED, KEEP THE FOLLOWING IN MIND:
Keep the chimney connection as short as possible. The
heater must have its own chimney flue. Do not connect
any other appliance to the same flue. If there is no chimney where you wish to place the heater, you can use a UL
Listed Type 103 HT, Solid Fuel, Factory Built Chimney.
Check Figures 2, 3, & 4. You should have at least the
clearances shown from the heater and the connector pipe
to combustible surfaces. If you have a solid brick or stone
wall behind your heater, you can place the heater as close
as you wish to the wall. If the wall is only faced with brick
or stone, treat it as a combustible wall.
Place the heater on solid masonry or solid concrete.
When the heater is used on a combustible floor, use a
non-combustible floor protector having a thermal conductivity of K=0.45 BTU in./ft. 2 hr.deg. F. with 28 gauge
sheet metal or a UL Listed Floor Protector. Have the floor
protector with the specified dimensions.
MINIMUM CLEARANCE TO COMBUSTIBLE WALLS
BACK WALL
26
24
SIDE WALL
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MINIMUM CLEARANCES FOR CORNER
INSTALLATION IS 18 INCHES FROM
THE CORNERS OF THE HEATER TO
THE NEAREST WALL.
CAUTION
KEEP FURNISHINGS
AND OTHER COMBUSTIBLE MATERIALS
AWAY FROM THE
HEATER
5
45 /16
18
FLOOR
PROTECTOR
6
6
38⅝
TOP VIEW
(FIGURE 2)
26
7’
24
FLOOR
PROTECTOR
¼
SIDE VIEW
FRONT VIEW
(FIGURE 3)
4
(FIGURE 4)
SIDE WALL
SIDE WALL
CEILING
MOUNTING CAST-IRON FLUE COLLAR
This heater comes equipped with a cast-iron flue collar with holes to mount the solid damper as
shown below.
Flue Collar - 40292
Solid Damper - 40398
5/16-18 x 1-1/2" Bolts (3 req.)
Weld Tab (3 req.)
Gasket
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BLOWER ASSEMBLY for Model 2007B
KEY
DESCRIPTION
PART NO.
QTY.
80442
1
Blower Housing Front
25090B
1
Blower Housing Back
25089B
1
Power Supply Cord
80232
1
5
Rheostat w/Nut and Knob
80090
1
6
Strain Relief Bushing
80109
1
83222
8
C23799
4
1
Blower Motor
2
3
4
N/S
10AB x 3/8 Hex Zinc Screw
N/S
#12 x 3/4 Teks Screw
ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
Step 1.
THE BLOWER ASSEMBLY MUST BE DISCONNECTED FROM THE SOURCE OF ELECTRICAL
SUPPLY BEFORE ATTEMPTING THE INSTALLATION.
With pliers, cut the 6 micro-joints and remove panel. Note: Discard the panel.
Step 2.
Fix the assembly to the back of the stove with the four screws provided.
THE BLOWER ASSEMBLY IS INTENDED FOR USE ONLY WITH A STOVE THAT IS MARKED
TO INDICATE SUCH USE.
DO NOT ROUTE THE SUPPLY CORD NEAR OR ACROSS HOT SURFACES!
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chimney connection
Two basic types of chimneys are approved for
use with solid fuel. Factory-built and masonry.
Factory-built chimney must comply with UL
standard in the US.
Do not expect your stove or furnace to create
draft. Draft is not a function of the appliance.
Draft is purely a function of the chimney. Modern stoves and furnaces are much more airtight and efficient than those of the past, and,
therefore, require greater draft. A minimum
of .05" measured in water column (gauges to
measure chimney draft are readily available
at stove shops and are economical to purchase or rent) is required for proper drafting
to prevent back-puffing, smoke spillage, and
to maximize performance.
Chimneys perform two functions - one of which
is apparent: The chimney provides a means
for exhausting smoke and flue gases resulting from combustion of the fuel. Secondarily,
though, the chimney provides "Draft" which
allows oxygen to be continuously introduced
into the appliance, so that proper combustion is
possible. As of April 1, 1987, all wood heaters
and furnaces manufactured by United States
Stove Company should be installed using a
factory-built chimney that meets the "Type HT"
requirement of UL 103 (when a factory-built
chimney is used).
A chimney connector shall not pass through
an attic, roof space, closet, floor, ceiling, or
similar concealed space. Where passage
through a wall or partition of combustible
construction is desired, the installation must
conform with NFPA 211.
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VENTING INTO A FIREPLACE
Many people may wish to convert an existing
fireplace to heater use. Usually, safe connection
of stovepipe to a masonry chimney requires more
effort than connection to a prefabricated chimney.
The fireplace must be tightly closed and sealed
at the damper in the flue. Good sealants are
high-temperature caulking, ceramic wool, and
furnace cement. Always remember to inspect
the masonry chimney and fireplace. If necessary,
clean the flue and smoke shelf before beginning
your installation. Install the heater into the fireplace so that the system can be dismantled for
cleaning and inspection.
Many prefabricated fireplaces fall into the "zeroclearance fireplace" category. This is a factorybuilt metal fireplace with multi-layered construction. It is designed to provide enough insulation
and/or air cooling so that the base, back and
sides can be safely placed in direct contact with
combustible floors and walls. Although many
prefabricated fireplaces have been tested by
nationally recognized organizations for use as
fireplaces, they have not been tested to accept
heaters. In fact, their use as such may void the
manufacturer's warranty.
Steel-lined fireplaces, on the other hand, can be
used with heaters. These units use a 1/4-inch
firebox liner and an air chamber in connection with
8 inches of masonry to meet code. They contain all
the essential parts of a fireplace, firebox, damper,
throat, smoke shelf, and smoke chamber. Many
of them look exactly like a masonry fireplace and
must be checked closely for above requirements
before installing a wood heater into them.
Before deciding to convert your fireplace, keep in
mind that some fireplaces and existing chimneys
are unsafe. They must be structurally sound, and
the flue liner must be in good condition. Do not
use a chimney if it is unlined (should have a fire
clay tile liner to protect brickwork). Have it relined
professionally. Clearances to combustibles are
explained in the previous section on masonry
chimneys. If you have any questions regarding
the condition of the chimney, consult a qualified
engineer, competent mason, or knowledgeable
inspector.
Another method frequently used by some people
is to vent the heater directly into the fireplace.
This does not meet code since the heater is being vented into another appliance - the fireplace.
This method should not be attempted because
combustion products will deposit and build up in
the firebox or fireplace. Be certain not to install
a hazard in your house. You will void your warranty with this installation.
CAUTION:
NOT ALL FIREPLACES ARE
SUITABLE FOR INSTALLATION
OF A WOOD HEATER.
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VENTING INTO A MASONRY CHIMNEY
When considering a masonry chimney, round
tiles are preferable to square or rectangular, as
round tiles have much better airflow characteristics and are far easier to clean. Unfortunately,
most North American chimneys use square or
rectangular tile liners that are really designed
for open fireplaces, not stoves or furnaces. Of
most importance, second only to overall chimney
height, is the diameter of the flue liner itself. In
most instances, it should be sized to the appliance; i.e., 6" flue outlet on the appliance requires
a 6" chimney. The inner diameter should never
be less than the flue-outlet diameter and should
never be greater than 50% larger than the appliance flue outlet. For example, do not expect a
wood or coal burning stove or furnace to function properly if installed into a chimney with a
flue greater than 50% more than the appliance
outlet - - such as a 6" flue outlet requires a 6"
diameter for optimum drafting, but can function
well with an 8", but becomes borderline beyond
an 8" diameter.
If your chimney has a typically oversized flue
liner of, say 8 x 12 inches, or greater, or if it is
unlined, it will be necessary for you to reline the
chimney, using any of the modern approved and
economical methods such as stainless steel,
castable refractory, or properly sized fireclay
linings.
If you have any questions regarding venting your
appliance, feel free to contact the factory at the
address and phone number on this Owner's
Manual. You may also contact NFPA (National
Fire Protection Association) and request NFPA
Standard 211 (1984 Edition-US). Another helpful
publication is NFPA Standard 908(US). Specify
1984 Edition of either of the above US publications.
Masonry chimneys built of concrete blocks with
or without flue liners do not meet modern building codes. A solid fuel appliance must not be
joined to a chimney flue which is connected to
another appliance burning other fuels.
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"FIREPLACE" INSTALLATION (CONT'D)
FIREPLACE INSTALLATION
Connection of the stovepipe directly into the
existing masonry chimney over the fireplace
opening is a more desirable method. This installation performs better, yielding more heat and
better draft; it is also easy to clean and inspect
for creosote. Before beginning this type of installation plan carefully; a high degree of skill is
required to insure safety.
An entry port for the stovepipe must be cut
through the chimney with minimum damage to
the fireclay liner. Some involved measurements
may be required to locate the flue liner exactly.
Before cutting, take time to mark the size and
position of the entry port. Position the entry port
so that at least 8 inches of the flue liner remains
below the port.
Keep in mind that wood mantels and combustible
trim around the fireplace must have adequate
clearances from the heater and stovepipe or
must be protected in an approved manner. Also,
be sure to leave at least an 18 inch clearance
between the top of the stovepipe and the combustible ceiling or other combustibles. Placing
the center of the entry port 2 feet below the ceiling
will insure proper clearance for 6-inch, 8-inch,
and 10-inch stovepipes. Next, install a fireclay
(at least 5/8 inch thick) or metal thimble, being
sure that the thimble is flush with the inner flue
lining, secure the thimble in place with refractory
mortar. The thimble should be surrounded on all
sides with 8 inches of brickwork (solid masonry
units) or 24 inches of stone.
Install the stovepipe as far as possible into the
thimble, but not past the inside of the flue lining.
There should be a small airspace (approximately
1/2 inch) between the stovepipe and thimble,
allowing for expansion of the stovepipe. Seal
this airspace with high-temperature caulking or
ceramic wool. Finally, be sure to wire the damper
closed and apply the same sealant you used at
the stovepipe and thimble junction.
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Do not use the Type B installation (not illustrated
in this manual), that is, venting up through the
fireplace opening, regardless of whether the
fireplace opening is closed.
Masonry chimneys have several positive attributes: If properly built, they are quite durable,
and most homeowners consider them more attractive perhaps than an unenclosed factory built
chimney. And, if the chimney is located within
the confines of the house (that is, not attached
to an exterior wall), its mass alone will store heat
longer and continue to release the heat long
after the fire has died. Masonry chimneys have
many disadvantages though. Masonry chimneys
constructed on an exterior wall are exposed to
cold outdoor temperatures, promoting greater
heat loss, higher accumulations of creosote,
and reduced draft which leads to poorer heater
or furnace performance.
RULES FOR CONNECTOR PIPE INSTALLATION
1. Crimped end of the pipe must be installed toward the heater. The pipe
should slide inside the flue collar. The pipe should be firmly attached to
the flue collar with 3 screws and sealed with furnace cement.
2. Slope any horizontal pipe upward toward the chimney at least 1/4 " inch
for each foot of horizontal run.
3. You must have at least 18" inches clearance between any horizontal piping and the ceiling.
4. The pipe cannot extend into the chimney flue.(Fig. 8)
5. Seal each connector pipe joint with furnace cement. Also seal the pipe at
the chimney.
6. Use 3 sheet metal screws at each joint to make the piping rigid.
7. It is recommended that no more than two (2) 90 degree bends be used in
the stove pipe installation as more than two (2) may decrease the amount
of draw and possibly cause smoke spillage.
8. The chimney connector must not pass through an attic or roof space,
closet, or any concealed space, or floor, ceiling, wall or combustible construction.
RIGHT
WRONG
FIGURE 8
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WRONG
operating instructions
Wood Fuel
Use Hardwood that has been split and air-dried to obtain maximum burning efficiency.
Lighting Instructions
1. Open door and place paper and kindling in the firebox.
2. Light the fire and close the doors until the kindling is burning.
3. Open the doors and add fuel as desired.
Extended Operation
Fuel should be added in small amounts to give more complete
combustion and uniform room temperature.
Empty the ashes regularly. Do not allow ashes to build up.
Dispose of hot ashes properly in a metal container with a lid.
WARNING!
NEVER STORE FLAMMABLE LIQUIDS, ESPECIALLY GASOLINE. IN THE VICINITY OF THE
HEATER.
CAUTION!
OVERFIRING THE APPLIANCE MAY CAUSE A
HOUSE FIRE. IF A UNIT OR CHIMNEY CONNECTOR GLOWS, YOU ARE OVERFIRING.
CAUTION!
NEVER USE GASOLINE, GASOLINE-TYPE LANTERN FUEL, KEROSENE, CHARCOAL LIGHTER
FLUID, OR FLAMMABLE LIQUIDS TO START OR
"FRESHEN UP" A FIRE IN THE HEATER.
WARNING!
OPERATE ONLY WITH THE FEED AND ASH
DOORS FULLY CLOSED.
service hints
Do not expect a heater to draw. It is the chimney that creates
the draft. Smoke spillage into the house or excessive buildup of
water or creosote in the chimney are warnings that the chimney
is not functioning properly. Correct problem before using heater.
Possible causes are:
4. If the chimney is operating too cool, water will condense in
the chimney and run back into the stove. Creosote formation
will be rapid and may block the chimney. Operate the heater
at a high enough fire to keep the chimney warm preventing
this condensation.
1. The connector pipe may push into the chimney too far,
stopping the draft. (Fig. 8)
5. If the fire burns well but sometimes smokes or burns slowly, it
may be caused by the chimney top being lower than another
part of the house or a nearby tree. The wind blowing over
a house or tree, falls on top of the chimney like water over
a dam, beating down the smoke. The top of the chimney
should be at least 3 feet above the roof and be at least to
2 feet higher than any point of the roof within 10 feet.
2. Do not connect two heaters into the same chimney flue.
3. The chimney used for a heater must not be used to ventilate
the cellar or basement. If there is a cleanout opening at the
base of the chimney, It must be closed tightly.
chimney maintenance
Creosote - Formation and Need for Removal
When wood is burned slowly, it produces tar and other organic
vapors, which combine with expelled moisture to form creosote.
The creosote vapors condense in the relatively cool chimney
flue of a slow burning fire. As a result, creosote residue accumulates on the flue lining. When ignited this creosote makes
an extremely hot fire.
The chimney connector and chimney should be inspected at
least twice monthly during the heating season to determine if a
creosote buildup has occurred.
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If creosote has accumulated, it should be removed. Failure to
remove creosote may cause a house fire. Creosote may be
removed by using a chimney brush or other commonly available materials.
Chimney fires burn very hot. If the chimney connector should
glow red, immediately call the fire department, then reduce the
fire by closing the damper and pour a large quantity of coarse
salt, baking soda or cool ashes on top of the fire in the firebox.
CAUTION: A chimney fire may cause ignition of wall studs or
rafters which you thought were a safe distance from the chimney.
If you have a chimney fire, have your chimney inspected by a
qualified person before using again.
REPAIR PARTS FOR 2007B
Key
Part No.
Description
Qty.
1
2
3
4
5
N/S
6
7
8
9
N/S
10
11
12
13
N/S
N/S
14
15
16
17
18
19
N/S
69427B
40487
24103
89066
69429
AC0600
PL8535-01
891135
AC09185
891108
88087
891114
PL02715
83033
891213
83274
83045A
25298
891759
83431
25307
88042
D6
891492
Ash Pan
Ash Dump Cover
½ Firebrick
Full Firebrick
Feed Door
Feed Door Gasket & Silicone
Door Handle
Spring Handle (Nickel)
Door Barrell/Roller Ball/Pin Assy.
Door Glass
Door Glass Gasket
Top Window Bracket
Bottom Window Bracket
Machine Screw 8-32 X ¼
Hinge Pad
Nut 3/8-16
Washer
Baffle
Hearth Trim - Nickel
Weld Tab
Flue Collar
Gasket, Flue Collar
Cast Iron Damper
Blower Assembly
1
1
2
17
1
1
1
1
1
1
6 ft.
4
1
12
1
2
2
1
1
3
1
2 ft.
1
1
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BRICK PLACEMENT - (TOP INSIDE VIEW OF FIREBOX)
1/2
BRICK
1/2
BRICK
1.INSERT RIGHT & LEFT SIDE FIREBRICK AS SHOWN.
2.INSERT REAR FIREBRICK AS SHOWN.
3.INSERT BOTTOM 1/2 FIREBRICK AND ASH DUMP COVER
AS SHOWN.
WIRING DIAGRAM FOR model 2007B
CAUTION!
THE BLOWER ASSEMBLY
MUST BE DISCONNECTED
FROM THE SOURCE OF
ELECTRICAL SUPPLY BEFORE ATTEMPTING ANY
MAINTENANCE.
WARNING!
DO NOT ROUTE
THE SUPPLY CORD
NEAR OR ACROSS
HOT SURFACES!
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ASHES - REMOVAL AND DISPOSAL
ASHES SHOULD BE PLACED IN A METAL
CONTAINER WITH A TIGHT FITTING LID. THE
CLOSED CONTAINER OF ASHES SHOULD BE
PLACED ON A NONCOMBUSTIBLE FLOOR OR
ON THE GROUND, WELL AWAY FROM ALL
COMBUSTIBLE MATERIALS, PENDING FINAL
DISPOSAL. IF THE ASHES ARE DISPOSED OF
BY BURIAL IN SOIL OR OTHERWISE LOCALLY
DISPERSED, THEY SHOULD BE RETAINED IN
THE CLOSED CONTAINER UNTIL ALL CINDERS
HAVE THOROUGHLY COOLED.
Ashes should not be allowed to accumulate inside
the heater to the point that they obstruct airflow
through the burning wood. If ashes obstruct the
airflow, poor burning of the wood is likely.
When removing ashes from the heater, wear noncombustible gloves to protect your hands from hot
surfaces. Remove the ash dump cover exposing the
hole in the bottom of the firebox. Rake ashes through
the hole into the ash pan in the pedestal using an
ash shovel. Put the ash dump cover back in place
before removing the ash pan. Remove ash pan and
dump ashes into a safe, noncombustible container.
Replace the ash pan after dumping the ashes.
Ashes should never be placed in a wooden, cardboard, or plastic container, nor in a paper or plastic
bag, no matter how long the fire has been out. Coals
have been known to stay hot for several days when
embedded in ashes.
NEVER OPERATE THIS HEATER WITH THE
BRICK CRADLE OR THE ASH PAN REMOVED
OR DAMAGED.
Glass Replacement Instructions for 2007B
1. Be sure heater has cooled before beginning.
2. Remove 12, 8-32 x ¼ screws and glass retainers with screw driver.
3. Remove damaged glass (2).
4. To reinstall glass, follow steps 1-2 in reverse
order. Be sure to replace the gasket on the
glass.
5. Caution: Do not operate with broken glass.
6. When removing broken glass, wear thick
gloves, and safety glasses. Keep children
away. Discard broken glass.
7. Use part no. 891108 only, to replace broken
glass. Glass dimensions (8⅞ x 20¼ x 5mm)
high temp resistance glass
8. Warning: Do not slam door or strike glass.
Slamming door or striking glass may cause
glass to break.
9. Caution: Do not build fire directly on glass.
10.Warning: Do not use abrasive cleaners.
Abrasive cleaners may damage the glass.
11.Warning: Do not use substitute Materials.
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how to order repair parts
this manual will help you obtain efficient, dependable service
from your 2007B heater, and enable you to order repair parts
correctly.
Keep this manual in a safe place for future reference.
When writing, always give the full model number which is on the
nameplate attached to the heater.
when ordering repair parts, always give the following information as shown in this list:
1. The part number
2. the part description
3. the model number: 2007B
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4. the serial number:____________________
united states stove company
227 industrial park road
p.o. box 151
south pittsburg, tn 37380
(423) 837-2100
WWW.USSTOVE.COM
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