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Avalon Winthrop TRV Installation manual
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Fireplace
Tested and Listed by
OMNI-Test Laboratories, Inc.
Beaverton, Oregon
Report # 028-F-59-5
ANSI Z21.88b-2003
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Built-In Direct Vent Fireplace
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Natural Gas or Propane
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Residential or Mobile Home
WARNING: If the information in these instructions is not followed exactly, a fire or
explosion may result causing property damage, personal injury or loss of life.
- Do not store or use gasoline or other flammable vapors and liquids in the vicinity of this or
any other appliance.
WHAT TO DO IF YOU SMELL GAS
• Do not try to light any appliance.
• Do not touch any electrical switch; do not use any phone in your building.
• Immediately call gas supplier from a neighbor's phone. Follow the gas supplier's
instructions.
• If you cannot reach your gas supplier, call the fire department.
- Installation and service must be performed by a qualified installer, service agency or the
gas supplier.
This appliance may be installed as an OEM installation in a manufactured (mobile) home and must be
installed in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions and the manufactured home construction
and safety standard, Title 24 CFR, Part 3280.
This appliance is only for use with the type(s) of gas indicated on the rating plate. A conversion kit is
supplied with the appliance.
Installation Manual
Installer:
After installation give this manual to the homeowner and explain operation of this heater.
 Copyright 2007, T.I.
$10.00
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4800 Harbour Pointe Blvd. SW
Mukilteo, WA 98275
Introduction
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Report No. 028-F-59-5
Certified for USA
864TRV
Vented Gas Fireplace Heater
Tested to: ANSI Z21.88b-2003 “Vented Gas Fireplace Heater” and UL 307b-1995 “Gas Burning Heating Appliances for Manufactured Homes”.
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.
Installation in Manufactured or Mobile Homes must conform with Manufactured Home Construction and Safety Standard, Title 24 CFR,
Part 3280.
This vented gas fireplace heater is equipped at the factory for use with natural gas. If conversion to propane (LP) is desired, the optional
factory conversion kit must be used.
This appliance is only for use with the type of gas indicated on the rating plate and may be installed in an aftermarket,
permanently located, manufactured (mobile) home where not prohibited by local codes. See owner’s manual for details. This appliance is
not convertible for use with other gases, unless a certified kit is used.
This vented gas fireplace heater is not for use with air filters.
Keep burner and control compartment clean. See installation and operating instructions accompanying appliance.
This appliance must be properly connected to a venting system in accordance with the manufacturer’s installation instructions. Use only
approved coaxial direct vent system to vent this appliance to the exterior. See owner’s manual for approved brands of venting.
WARNING: 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
the gas supplier.
This appliance was listed by OMNI Test Labs to
ANSI Z21.88 - report # 028-F-59-5. The listing
label is attached to the appliance near the gas
control valve. A copy is shown to the right.
ICBO Approval
This appliance was listed by OMNI Test Labs ICBO # TL130.
Massachusetts Approval
This manual has been submitted to the
Massachusetts Board of State Examiners of
Plumbers and Gas Fitters
N.G.
31,000
10,000
L.P. N.G.
Minimum Inlet Pressure (inches W.C.)............... 11” 5.5”
Maximum Inlet Pressure (inches W.C.).............. 13” 7”
Manifold Pressure on “HI” (inches W.C.) .......... 10” 3.5”
Top to enclosure (from stand-offs) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0”
Sides to enclosure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0.5”
Base of Fireplace to an 8” Mantel (see manual for other mantel depths). . . 44.75”
Minimum Clearances to Combustibles
Fireplace to Adjacent Wall . . . . . . . 1”
Wood Floor Beneath Fireplace . . . 0”
Back to enclosure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0.5”
L.P.
Input Rate on “HI” (BTU/Hr)............ 31,000
Input Rate on “LO” (BTU/Hr)........... 8,000
For natural gas when equipped with the following drill size orifice: DMS 49 Front - 49 Back
For propane when equipped with the following drill size orifice: DMS 57 Front - 57 Back
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2006
2007
Jan.
Feb.
Mar.
Apr.
May
Jun.
Jul.
Aug.
Sep.
Oct.
Nov.
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4800 Harbour Pointe Blvd. SW Mukilteo, WA 98275
This appliance is equipped for use only at altitudes 0-2,000 feet.
For altitudes above 2,000 feet, the vent configuration, orifice, or combination of both may need to be changed.
See the owner’s manual for information on making these changes.
Electrical Rating: 115v, 1.5 Amps, 60 Hz
Manufacture
Date:
National Fireplace Institute
VENTED GAS FIREPLACE HEATER – NOT FOR USE WITH SOLID FUEL
Listing Details
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© Travis Industries
CAUTION:
This manual details the installation
requirements for the 864TRV fireplace. For
operating and maintenance instructions, refer to
the 864TRV Owner's Manual (part # 100-01168).
Hot while in operation. Do not touch. Severe burns may result.
Keep children, clothing, furniture, gasoline and other liquids having flammable vapors away.
Do not operate this appliance with glass removed, cracked or broken. Replacement of the
panel(s) should be done by a licensed or qualified service person.
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Overview
Table of Contents
Introduction
3
Installation (continued)
Overview ................................................................. 2
Listing Details.......................................................... 2
Safety Precautions
Safety Precautions ................................................... 4
Features and Specifications
Features ................................................................. 6
Installation Options................................................... 6
Heating Specifications .............................................. 6
Dimensions ............................................................. 6
Hearth Requirements ............................................... 31
Facing Requirements ............................................... 32
Drywall Installation ................................................ 32
Facing Overview ................................................... 33
Optional Faceplates – Sizing Chart .......................... 33
Thin Facing Installation .......................................... 34
Thick Facing Installation......................................... 36
Thick Facing Installation with FPX Arched Faces........ 37
Mantel Requirements................................................ 39
Install Example - Build-Out (Dog-House) w Hor. Term. ... 40
Install Example - Build-In w Hor. Term. ........................ 41
Finalizing the Installation
Installation
Packing List............................................................. 7
Additional Items Required.......................................... 7
Installation Overview ................................................. 7
Recommended Installation Procedure ......................... 7
Top Vent or Rear Vent Configuration ........................... 8
Converting the Fireplace to Top Vent Configuration ....8
Fireplace Placement Requirements............................. 10
Clearances...........................................................10
Raised Fireplaces .................................................10
Min. Framing Dims. - Rear Vent Configuration......................................11
Min. Framing Dims. - Top Vent Configuration........................................12
Nailing Brackets ....................................................13
Corner Installations - Rear Vent Configuration ...........14
Corner Installations - Top Vent Configuration.............15
Gas Line Requirements............................................. 16
Fuel ....................................................................16
Gas Line Connection .............................................16
Gas Inlet Pressure ................................................16
Gas Line Location .................................................16
Electrical Connection (required) .................................. 18
Wall Switch or Thermostat Installation ......................... 19
Wiring Diagram (Millivolt System) ............................19
Wall Switch Installation...........................................19
Vent Requirements................................................... 20
Vent Clearances ...................................................20
Altitude Considerations ..........................................20
Approved Vent ......................................................21
Vent Installation ....................................................21
Approved Vent Configurations .................................... 22
Restrictor Position.................................................22
Exhaust Restrictor Adjustment ................................22
Intake Restrictor Adjustment...................................23
Diffuser Plate Adjustment.......................................24
Rear Vent Config. W Horizontal Term. (no vertical rise) . 25
Rear Vent Config. W Horizontal Term. (w vertical rise) ... 26
Rear Vent Configuration with Vertical Termination.......... 27
Top Vent Configuration with Horizontal Termination ........ 28
Top Vent Configuration with Vertical Termination ........... 29
Termination Requirements ......................................... 30
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Steps for Finalizing the Installation ............................. 42
Starting the Pilot Flame ......................................... 42
Pilot Flame Inspection ........................................... 42
Air Shutter Adjustment........................................... 43
Glass Frame Removal and Installation........................ 45
Log Set Installation .................................................. 47
LP Conversion Instructions ....................................... 47
Optional Equipment
Fireback Installation ................................................. 56
Blower (part # 99000156) ........................................... 57
Grill Installation........................................................ 60
Remote Control Receiver Installation (2 Options) ......... 61
Extra Room Power Heat Duct .................................... 62
Index
Index...................................................................... 68
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Safety Precautions
Safety Warnings:
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Failure to follow all of the requirements may result in property damage, bodily injury, or even death.
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This unit must be installed by a qualified installer to prevent the possibility of an explosion.
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This appliance must be installed in accordance with all local codes, if any; if not, in U.S.A. follow ANSI
Z223.1 and NFPA 54(88).
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In Manufactured or Mobile Homes must confirm with: In USA, Manufactured Home Construction and
Safety Standard, Title 24 CFR, Part 3280. This appliance may be installed in Manufactured Housing
only after the home is site located.
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All exhaust gases must be vented outside the structure of the living-area. Combustion air is drawn
from outside the living-area structure.
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Notify your insurance company before hooking up this fireplace.
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The room heater should be inspected before use and at least annually by a qualified service person.
More frequent cleaning may be required due to excessive lint from carpeting, bedding material, etc.
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The instructions in this manual must be strictly adhered to. Do not use makeshift methods or
compromise in the installation. Improper installation will void the warranty and safety listing.
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This heater is approved for use with natural gas (NG) or propane (LP). Burning the incorrect fuel will
void the warranty and safety listing and may cause an extreme safety hazard. Direct questions about
the type of fuel used to your dealer. Check the label and flame adjust knob on the gas control valve.
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Contact your local building officials to obtain a permit and information on any installation restrictions or
inspection requirements in your area.
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If the flame becomes sooty, dark orange in color, or extremely tall, do not operate the heater. Call your
dealer and arrange for proper servicing.
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It is imperative that control compartments, screens, or circulating air passageways of the heater be
kept clean and free of obstructions. These areas provide the air necessary for safe operation.
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Do not operate the heater if it is not operating properly in any fashion or if you are uncertain. Call your
dealer for a full explanation of your heater and what to expect.
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Do not store or use gasoline or other flammable liquids in the vicinity of this heater.
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Do not operate if any portion of the heater was submerged in water or if any corrosion occurs.
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Do not place clothing or other flammable items on or near the heater. Because this heater can be
controlled by a thermostat there is a possibility of the heater turning on and igniting any items placed
on or near it.
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Light the heater using the built-in piezo igniter. Do not use matches or any other external device to
light your heater.
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Never remove, replace, modify or substitute any part of the heater unless instructions are given in this
manual. All other work must be done by a trained technician. Don't modify or replace orifices.
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The viewing glass should be opened only for lighting the pilot or conducting service.
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Any safety screen or guard removed for servicing must be replaced prior to operating the heater.
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Safety Warnings (continued):
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Allow the heater to cool before carrying out any maintenance or cleaning.
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Operate the heater according to the instructions included in this manual.
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If the main burners do not start correctly turn the gas off at the gas control valve and call your dealer for
service.
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The pilot flame must contact the thermopile and thermocouple. If it does not, turn the gas control
valve to "OFF" and call your dealer.
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This unit is not for use with solid fuel.
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Do not place anything inside the firebox (except the included fiber logs).
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If the fiber logs become damaged, replace with Travis Industries log set.
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Do not throw this manual away. This manual has important operating and maintenance instructions
that you will need at a later time. Always follow the instructions in this manual.
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Do not touch the hot surfaces of the heater. Educate all children of the danger of a high-temperature
heater. Young children should be supervised when they are in the same room as the heater.
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Due to the high temperature, the heater should be located out of traffic and away from furniture and
draperies.
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Instruct everyone in the house how to shut gas off to the appliance and at the gas main shutoff valve.
The gas main shutoff valve is usually next to the gas meter or propane tank and requires a wrench to
shut off.
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Travis Industries, Inc. grants no warranty, implied or stated, for the installation or
maintenance of your heater, and assumes no responsibility of any consequential
damage(s).
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Features and Specifications
Installation Options
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Residential or Mobile Home
Straight or Corner Placement
Flush or Recessed Face
Raised or Floor Placement
Internal or External Chase
Horizontal or Vertical Vent
Bedroom Approved
Heating Specifications
Approximate Heating Capacity (in square feet)*
Maximum BTU Input Per Hour
Minimum BTU Output on Low
Steady State Efficiency** (with blowers on)
AFUE (Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency)
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Natural Gas
Propane
450 to 1,400
31,000
6,700
77.2 %
68.3 %
450 to 1,400
31,000
5,200
78.4 %
69.4 %
Heating capacity will vary with floor plan, insulation, and outside temperature.
Efficiency rating is a product thermal efficiency rating determined under continuous
operation independent of installed system.
Dimensions
Top Vent Configuration
Optional "Extra Room
8" Diameter Vent
Power Heat Duct"
Weight: 205 Lbs.
Connection
7-1/4"
38-1/4"
Rear Vent Configuration
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8" Diameter Vent
38-3/8"
36-3/4"
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Packing List
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Propane Conversion Kit
Log Set
Wall Switch with Wire (see page 19 for details)
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Firestop (sku 93006094)
Additional Items Required
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Direct Vent
Gas Line Equipment (shutoff valve, pipe, etc.)
Electrical Equipment (min. 14 gauge, grounded line)
Installation Overview
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All requirements below must be met.
Top Vent
Configuration
See the section
See the section
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"Vent Requirements"
Rear Vent
Configuration
Required
"Mantel Requirements"
See the section
"Approved Vent
Insulation must not fill
the 1/2" clearance
around the back and
Drywall
See "Optional NonCombustible Facing"
93006094)
Configurations"
Drywall
Side
Wall
Travis
Firestop (sku
sides of the fireplace.
1" Min.
Nailing Brackets
See the section "Minimum
Framing Dimensions"
See "Optional NonCombustible Hearth"
See the section
See the section
"Gas Line Installation"
"Electrical Connection"
Recommended Installation Procedure
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Frame the opening for the fireplace. Make sure to allow for vent installation.
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This fireplace is designed to accommodate 1/2" or 5/8" drywall (see "Nailing Brackets" on
page 13 for details). Secure the fireplace to the framing.
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Install the vent, gas line and electrical hook-up.
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Install the wall switch (see page 19) or thermostat (if applicable).
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Install the drywall.
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Install the hearth (if applicable).
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Install the facing (if applicable).
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Install the mantel (if applicable).
Finalize the installation (see page 42) and install the grill or face.
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Top Vent or Rear Vent Configuration
This appliance is shipped in the rear vent configuration. To change to the top vent configuration,
follow the directions below.
NOTE: the vent configuration affects several aspects of installation (framing, maximum vent rise,
maximum vent run). When reviewing the installation requirements make sure to pay attention to the
type of configuration being used.
Converting the
Fireplace to Top Vent
Configuration
Remove the 4 screws
securing the cover plate.
Remove it and place it
aside.
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This part may be discarded.
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Remove the 4 screws
securing the intake cover
plate. Remove it and place it
aside.
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Remove and discard all of
the insulation found near
the flue assembly (make
sure to remove every
piece).
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Converting the
Fireplace to Top Vent
(continued)
9
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NOTE: Use a magnetictipped nutdriver on these
screws - take care to prevent
the screws from falling into
the fireplace.
Remove the 12 screws
securing the flue assembly.
Rotate the flue
assembly so the
flue points
upwards. Secure
using the twelve
screws removed
earlier.
DO NOT OVERTIGHTEN THE
SCREWS.
Attach the intake cover
plate with the screws
removed earlier.
Attach the cover plate with
the screws removed earlier.
NOTE: flatten the four legs
before insaling the cover
plate.
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Fireplace Placement Requirements
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The fireplace requires a 1/2" clearance from the angled sides and back of the fireplace to the
framing members. No material (insulation, framing, etc.) may be placed into this area.
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Fireplace must be installed on a level surface capable of supporting the fireplace and vent
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Fireplace must be placed directly on wood or non-combustible surface (not on linoleum or
carpet)
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This heater may be placed in a bedroom. Please be aware of the large amount of heat this
appliance produces when determining a location.
Clearances
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When installed, walls in front of the fireplace must be a minimum 1" to the side of the fireplace.
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Due to the high temperature, the heater should be located out of traffic and away from furniture
and draperies.
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Fireplace must be placed so the vents below and above the glass do not become blocked.
Raised Fireplaces
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The fireplace (and hearth, if desired) may be placed on a platform designed to support the
fireplace (205 Lbs.) and vent.
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Minimum Framing Dimensions - Rear Vent Configuration
HINT: place the fireplace so the center
line is at least 5" from both vertical framing
members at the rear (this allows the vent
Included Firestop (required)
Part # 93006094
to pass through the framing without
modfications)
Vent Clearances (8" dia. Vent):
1" to the sides, 1" below, and 3" above
the vent to combustibles.
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Route the
electrical line to
a position to the
Center of Rear Vent
30-3/4"
38"
left rear of the
fireplace.
25-3/4"
38-1/2"
41-1/4"
20"
Minimum enclosure height = 38-1/2"
The on/off switch/thermostat wire (if
used) should be routed to a location
near the right front of the fireplace.
WARNING: A cut-out for the gas line
may be required on the framing. See
the dimensions under"Gas Line
Connection" for details.
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Minimum Framing Dimensions - Top Vent Configuration
Route the electrical line to
a position to the left rear
of the fireplace.
38-1/2"
41-1/4"
20"
Minimum enclosure height = 38-1/2"
The on/off switch/thermostat wire (if
used) should be routed to a location
WARNING: A cut-out for the gas line
near the right front of the fireplace.
may be required on the framing. See
the dimensions under "Gas Line
Connection" for details.
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Nailing Brackets
There are four nailing brackets
on the front of the fireplace.
Follow the directions below to
prepare the nailing brackets.
Once in place, nail or screw the
WARNING: Make sure the
nailing brackets to the framing.
fireplace is square and
plumb when placed in the
framing. Measured
corner-to-corner, the
NOTE: Additional nailing
fireplace should be square
brackets are provided along
(approx. 54-7/8” for each
the base of the fireplace.
dimension). Use shims to
Use these brackets if not
insure the fireplace is
using the front brackets.
square.
TOP VIEW
1/2” Drywall
Framing
For installations using
Fireplace
1/2” facing fold the larger
Nailing Bracket
Drywall
tab out 90° (use a
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TOP VIEW
5/8” Drywall
Framing
For installations using
5/8” drywall fold the
Fireplace
Nailing Bracket
shorter tab out 90° (use
Drywall
a screwdriver if
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Installation
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Corner Installations - Rear Vent Configuration
A typical 45° installation uses the framing dimensions shown in the illustration below (NOTE: all
clearances still apply).
Travis Firestop
7-1/2" Approximate
(varies due to vent
installation)
NOTE:
Most
installations use:
6" Section for 2x6 Walls
4" Section for 2x4 Walls
48" Min.
(Travis # 98900166)
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Minimum 1/2" Clearance
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Minimum 1" Clearance
(sku 93006094)
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Corner Installations - Top Vent Configuration
A typical 45° installation uses the framing dimensions shown in the illustration below (NOTE: all
clearances still apply).
Minimum 1/2" Clearance
15-1/2"
48" Min.
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Gas Line Requirements
MASSACHUSETTS INSTALLATIONS - WARNING:
THIS PRODUCT MUST BE INSTALLED BY A LICENSED PLUMBER OR GAS FITTER WHEN INSTALLED WITHIN
THE COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS.
OTHER MASSACHUSETTS CODE REQUIREMENTS:
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Flexible connector must not be longer than 36 inches.
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Shutoff valve must be a “T” handle gas cock.
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Only direct vent sealed combustion products are approved for bedrooms or bathrooms.
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Fireplace dampers must be removed or welded in the open position prior to the installation of a fireplace insert or gas
log.
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A carbon monoxide (CO) detector is required in the same room as the appliance.
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The gas line must be installed in accordance with all local codes, if any; if not, follow ANSI
223.1 and the requirements listed below.
The fireplace and gas control valve must be disconnected from the gas supply piping during
any pressure testing of that system at test pressures in excess of 1/2 psig. For pressures under 1/2
psig, isolate the gas supply piping by closing the manual shutoff valve.
Leak test all gas line joints and the gas control valve prior to and after starting the fireplace.
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Fuel
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This fireplace is designed either for natural gas or for propane (but not for both). Check the sticker on the top of
the gas control valve to make sure the correct fuel is used (see illustration on page 4).
Gas Line Connection
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Installation must be performed by a qualified installer, service agency or the gas supplier (In Massachusetts
a licensed plumber/gasfitter).
Standard Input Pressure
Gas Inlet Pressure
Natural Gas
Propane
7" W.C. (1.74 kPA)
13" W.C. (2.73 kPA)
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If the pressure is not sufficient, make sure the piping used is large enough, the supply regulator is
adequately adjusted, and the total gas load for the residence does not exceed the amount supplied.
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The supply regulator (the regulator that attaches directly to the residence inlet or to the propane tank) should
supply gas at the suggested input pressure listed above. Contact the local gas supplier if the regulator is at
an improper pressure.
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Gas Line Location
Right Side Gas Inlet (preferred)
A 2" high by 3" wide opening is located
behind the gas inlet cover plate (it is 2"
A 12" flex tube and shutoff valve is
above the base of the fireplace).
included with the fireplace. The
shutoff valve accepts a 1/2"MPT.
6-1/4"
10-3/4"
The gas inlet is located 3" above
the base of the fireplace.
You may remove this cover plate to install the gas line. The
cover plate has a 7/8" diameter hole (covered with a push
plug) in line with the gas inlet on the gas control valve. By
rotating the plate 180° the hole may be re-located. You may
also secure the plate in a customized location using the selfdrilling screws.
Left Side Gas Inlet
A 2" high by 3" wide opening is located
A 12" flex tube and shutoff valve is
behind the gas inlet cover plate (it is 1-3/8"
included with the fireplace (you may
above the base of the fireplace).
wish to use a 24" flex tube). The
shutoff valve accepts a 1/2" MPT.
6-1/4"
10-3/4"
You may remove this cover plate to
install the gas line. The cover plate has
a 7/8" diameter hole (covered with a
push plug). By rotating the plate 180°
the hole may be re-located. You may
also secure the plate in a customized
location using the self-drilling screws.
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Electrical Connection (required)
•
The electrical line to the grounded receptacle inside the fireplace must be installed by a
qualified installer and must meet all local codes.
•
Make sure the household breaker is shut off prior to working on any electrical lines.
•
The fireplace must be properly grounded in accordance with local codes (or ANSI/NFPA 70-1987)
•
The electrical line must be a min. 14 gauge, and supply 120 Volts at 60 Hz (2 Amps)
Caution:
Label all wires prior to disconnection when servicing controls. Wiring errors can cause
improper and dangerous operation.
Left Side of Fireplace
Grounded Receptacle
Junction Box Assembly
Receptacle Cover Plate
Grounded 110V
Power Supply
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Wall Switch or Thermostat Installation
Wiring Diagram (Millivolt System)
Do not connect 110-120 VAC to the gas control valve or wiring system of this fireplace. The switch must
be installed by a qualified installer.
The included wall switch may be installed following the directions below. An optional thermostat
may also be installed. It is attached to the gas control valve in the same manner.
Caution:
Label all wires prior to disconnection when servicing controls. Wiring errors can cause
improper and dangerous operation.
Thermocouple
Thermopile
Piezo Igniter
On/Off Switch (on fireplace)
Red
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Brown
Copper Co-Axial
Wire
Orange
Red
Spark Electrode
White
Pilot Hood
Optional Wall Switch,
Thermostat, or
Remote Control
Wall Switch Installation
1. Attach the included wire to the gas control valve.
Attach the two wires to the top and
bottom posts on the gas control
valve (orientation does not matter).
2. Determine a location for the wall switch (the wire is a maximum 25' long). Route the wire through
the gas inlet hole (either side) to the junction box and attach following the directions below. Set
the on/off switch on the appliance to "OFF" to control the appliance with the wall switch.
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Insert the wire
through the back of
the mounted
junction box (your
junction box may
look different).
Expose 1/2" of
each wire. Secure
the wires to the
posts on the side of
the on/off switch
(orientation does
not matter).
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Carefully pack the wires into the
junction box. Attach the switch
to the junction box. Attach the
switchplate to the switch.
Standard
Screwdriver
Standard
Screwdriver
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Vent Requirements
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The gas appliance and vent system must be vented directly to the outside of the building, and
never be attached to a chimney serving a separate solid fuel or gas-burning appliance. Each
direct vent gas appliance must use it's own separate vent system.
In addition to the requirements listed here, follow the requirements provided with the vent.
A firestop is required whenever the vent penetrates a wall, floor, or ceiling (passes through
framing members). Horizontal vent less than 48" above the fireplace must use the Travis
Firestop (sku 93006094 - it incorporates a 3" clearance above, 1" clearance below and to the
sides of the vent). Other penetrations only require a 1" clearance and may use a standard
firestop (make sure the required 1" clearance is met).
Always use the high-wind termination (if available from the vent manufacturer).
Vent Clearances
•
The vent must maintain the required clearance to combustible materials to prevent a fire. Do
not fill air spaces with insulation.
Before 48" Rise
After 48" Rise
Sides
1"
1"
Above
3"
1"
Below Horizontal or 45° Section
1"
1"
Vertical Termination
Horizontal
Required Firestop
Termination
Use a roof flashing and storm collar
whenever passing through the roof
Use a firestop whenever
Min. 3"
passing through a ceiling
(1" if a minimum 48"
above the fireplace)
Use a support box
Min. 1"
Min. 1"
on exposed vent
Min. 1"
Altitude Considerations
•
This heater has been tested at altitudes ranging from sea level to 6,000 feet. In this testing we have found
that the heater, with its standard orifice, burns correctly with just an air shutter adjustment.
•
Failure to adjust the air shutter properly may lead to improper combustion which can create a safety hazard.
Consult your dealer or installer if you suspect an improperly adjusted air shutter.
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Approved Vent
•
Rear vent configurations use 8" diameter Simpson Dura-Vent Model GS vent.
•
Top vent configurations use 8" or 6-5/8" diameter Simpson Dura-Vent Model GS vent. If using
6-5/8" diameter vent, attach the 8" to 6-5/8" reducer (Travis part # 98900165) to the fireplace.
6-5/8" Diameter Vent
Reducer - # 98900165
Vent Installation
•
Slide the vent sections together and turn 1/4 turn until the sections lock
in place.
•
Screws are not required to secure the vent. However, three screws may
be used to secure vent sections together if desired.
•
High temperature sealant is recommended at the appliance starter
section connection (use high-temperature silicone or Mill-Pac®).
•
If disassembly is required, at time of re-assembly check to see if the vent
creates a tight fit. If it does not, apply high temperature sealant to the
joints of the affected sections.
•
Horizontal sections require a 1/4" rise every 12" of travel
•
Horizontal sections require non-combustible support every three feet (e.g.: plumbing tape)
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Approved Vent Configurations
Restrictor Position
•
Intake and exhaust restrictors are built into the appliance to adjust the flow rate of intake air and
exhaust gases. Depending upon the vent configuration, you may be required to adjust the
restrictor positions. The charts for acceptable vent configurations detail the correct vent
restrictor positions.
Exhaust Restrictor Adjustment
If the diffuser is required to be in position # 2, you may wish to adjust the diffuser while the exhaust
restrictor is removed.
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on the exhaust restrictor.
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Slide the restrictor to the correct
restrictor position (see the illustration
below). The rear screws indicate
restrictor position. In this example, the
restrictor is set in position # 3. Tighten
the screws to secure the restrictor.
(closed) #6
#5
#4
#3
#2
(open - stock position) # 1
NOTE: If using position 5 or 6, you will
need to remove the forward screws.
These screws are then re-inserted into
the back holes exposed while sliding
the restrictor.
Back of Firebox
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Intake Restrictor Adjustment
Restrictor Plate
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Remove these screws.
Loosen these two screws.
Position # 1
Position # 2
Slide the restrictor plate up.
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Replace the screws into the lower
holes on the restrictor plate.
Tighten these two screws.
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Diffuser Plate Adjustment
Certain vent configurations require the diffuser plate to be adjusted (refer to the approved vent
configuration charts for details). Position # 1 is stock (bent). Position # 2 is flattened. See the
directions below to change the diffuser to position #2.
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Remove the exhaust
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1/4" Nutdriver
Remove the diffuser.
DIFFUSER SIDE VIEW
Before (Stock - Position # 1)
A
After (Position # 2)
Bend the round portion of the
diffuser so it is flat (position # 2).
A
Secure the flattened
diffuser plate with the
screws removed earlier.
Replace the exhaust
restrictor (see “Exhaust
Restrictor Adjustment”
for restrictor settings).
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Rear Vent Configuration with Horizontal Termination (no vertical rise)
•
The termination must fall within the shaded area shown in the chart. Use the indicated restrictor
and diffuser positions.
See the charts below to
determine maximum vent
Termination
Optional 45° Elbow
Vent with No 45° Elbow
• Exhaust Restrictor # 1 (stock)
• Intake Restrictor # 1 (stock)
• Diffuser Position # 1 (stock)
3 feet
4' (max)
0 feet
0 feet
• Min. 4" Horizontal Section
• Max.48" Horizontal Section(s)
Vent with 1 45° Elbow
• Exhaust Restrictor # 1 (stock)
• Intake Restrictor # 1 (stock)
• Diffuser Position # 1 (stock)
3 feet
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0 feet
0 feet
• Min. 4" Horizontal Section
• Max. 24" Horizontal Section(s)
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Rear Vent Configuration with Horizontal Termination (with vertical rise)
Up to four elbows (45° or 90°) may be used.
•
Only one horizontal elbow may be used.
22' (max)
20 feet
10 feet
5 feet
20' (max)
•
15 feet
The termination must fall within the shaded area shown in the chart. Use the indicated restrictor
and diffuser positions.
0 feet
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Exhaust Restrictor # 4
Intake Restrictor # 2
Diffuser Position # 2
15 feet
15 feet
Exhaust Restrictor # 1 (stock)
Intake Restrictor # 1 (stock)
10 feet
5 feet
Diffuser Position # 1 (stock)
0 feet
10 feet
5 feet
20' (max)
15 feet
10 feet
5 feet
0 feet
0 feet
H2
This is considered a horizontal
Horizontal length is calculated by adding
elbow (it does not matter
both lengths of horizontal run
whether it turns right or left).
(Horizontal Length = H1 + H2).
It may be a 90° or 45° elbow.
H1
This is considered a
vertical elbow
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Only one horizontal elbow
may be used.
35 feet
30 feet
25 feet
20 feet
15 feet
10 feet
20' (max)
15 feet
10 feet
Exhaust Restrictor # 4
Intake Restrictor # 2
Diffuser Position # 2
40' (max)
35 feet
30 feet
25 feet
20 feet
15 feet
10 feet
5 feet
0 feet
0 feet
0 feet
5 feet
20' (max)
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15 feet
Up to four elbows (45° or
90°) may be used.
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•
40' (max)
5 feet
The termination must fall
within the shaded area
shown in the chart. Use the
indicated restrictor and
diffuser positions.
5 feet
•
0 feet
Rear Vent Configuration with Vertical Termination
H2
This is considered a horizontal
Horizontal length is calculated by adding
elbow (it does not matter
both lengths of horizontal run
whether it turns right or left).
(Horizontal Length = H1 + H2).
It may be a 90° or 45° elbow.
H1
This is considered a
vertical elbow
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Top Vent Configuration with Horizontal Termination
Up to four elbows (45° or 90°) may be used.
•
May use 8" or 6-5/8" diameter vent (see page for 20 details).
•
Only one horizontal elbow may be used.
21' (max)
20 feet
10 feet
5 feet
20' (max)
•
15 feet
The termination must fall within the shaded area shown in the chart. Use the indicated restrictor
and diffuser positions.
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Intake Restrictor # 2
Diffuser Position # 2
15 feet
15 feet
Exhaust Restrictor # 1 (stock)
Intake Restrictor # 1 (stock)
10 feet
5 feet
Diffuser Position # 1 (stock)
10 feet
5 feet
0 feet
20' (max)
15 feet
10 feet
5 feet
0 feet
0 feet
H2
This is considered a horizontal
Horizontal length is calculated by adding
elbow (it does not matter
both lengths of horizontal run
whether it turns right or left).
(Horizontal Length = H1 + H2).
It may be a 90° or 45° elbow.
H1
This is considered a
vertical elbow
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Only one horizontal elbow
may be used.
•
May use 8" or 6-5/8"
diameter vent (see page for
20 details).
35 feet
30 feet
20' (max)
15 feet
10 feet
Exhaust Restrictor # 4
Intake Restrictor # 2
Diffuser Position # 2
25 feet
20 feet
15 feet
10 feet
40' (max)
35 feet
30 feet
25 feet
20 feet
15 feet
10 feet
5 feet
0 feet
0 feet
0 feet
5 feet
20' (max)
•
15 feet
Up to four elbows (45° or
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5 feet
The termination must fall
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5 feet
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Top Vent Configuration with Vertical Termination
H2
This is considered a horizontal
Horizontal length is calculated by adding
elbow (it does not matter
both lengths of horizontal run
whether it turns right or left).
(Horizontal Length = H1 + H2).
It may be a 90° or 45° elbow.
H1
This is considered a
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Termination Requirements
NOTE: Measure all clearances from the nearest edge of the exhaust hood.
A
Minimum 9" clearance from any door or window
B
Minimum 12" above any grade, veranda, porch, deck or balcony
C
Minimum 3-3/8" from outside corner walls
D
Minimum 0" from inside corner walls
E
Minimum 11" clearance below unventilated soffits or roof surfaces
Roof
Surface
11” Min.
6” Min.
Roof
Eaves
Minimum 18" clearance below ventilated soffits
Minimum 6" clearance below roof eaves
NOTE: Vinyl surfaces require 24"
F
Minimum 18" clearance below a veranda, porch, deck or balcony (must have two open
sides)
G
Minimum 48" clearance from any adjacent building
H
Minimum 84" clearance above any grade when adjacent to public walkways or driveways
NOTE: may not be used over a walkway or driveway shared by an adjacent building
I
Minimum 48" clearance from any mechanical air supply inlet
J
Minimum 36" clearance above and 48” below and to the sides of non-mechanical air
supply inlet
K
Minimum 36" from the area above the meter/regulator (vent outlet)
L
Minimum 36" from the meter/regulator (vent outlet)
M
Minimum 24” above the roof line (for vertical terminations)
N
Minimum 24” horizontal clearance to any surface (such as an exterior wall) – for vertical
terminations
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NOTE: Measure clearances to the nearest edge of the exhaust hood.
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Use the vinyl siding standoff (#950) when installing on an exterior with vinyl siding.
•
Vent termination must not be located where it will become plugged by snow or other material.
•
Venting termination shall not be recessed into a wall or siding.
•
These clearances meet UMC-1994 code standards.
•
These clearances meet UMC-1994 code standards.
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Hearth Requirements
Do not build a hearth more
than 1” above the baseplate
(this area must remain clear
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for the access door).
Fireplaces
If installed near carpet or other
combustible flooring, the fireplace
must be raised so the base of the
unit is above the carpet surface or
flooring material.
WARNING:
A non-combustible hearth is not required. However, if
the heater is installed next to the floor, we recommend
a hearth to protect the flooring surface from
discoloration or other negative impact from the heater.
Raised
A hearth is not required
when the fireplace is
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surface.
Fireplace Stand
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Facing Requirements
•
This appliance is designed to allow for drywall (or other combustible facing) to contact the
sides and top of the front of the fireplace.
•
Tile or other non-combustible facing may be placed on the front of the fireplace (see "Facing
Overview" on page 33 for further details).
Drywall Installation
Drywall Installation Drywall may be
installed up to the front edge of the fireplace.
If the fireplace is raised, drywall up to the
bottom edge as well.
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Do not install drywall (or any
other combustible) in front
of the fireplace.
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Facing Overview
Upgrade faces are available for this fireplace and may influence facing installation. Consult with your
Travis Dealer if you are using an upgrade face.
Optional non-combustible facing may be installed on the fireplace. Use the guidelines below to
determine the location (also see the following pages for detailed diagrams.
Any non-combustible facing under 1" thick (see "Thin Facing" on page 34).
Masonry Line
Any non-combustible over 1" thick (see "Thick Facing" on page 36).
Hearth Line
Non-combustible hearth/facing should be installed up to this location (1" above the base
of the fireplace). The fireplace may be raised to accommodate thicker hearth materials.
Masonry Line
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greater than 1” above the base of the fireplace.
The fireplace may be raised to accommodate
thicker hearth materials.
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Wilmington Hearthview
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34-1/8”
35-3/4”
34”
Width
41”
36-7/8”
41”
36-7/8”
Notes
45-3/4” Radius – May fit over top of tile facing
Optional facing will butte to edge of faceplate (tile line)
May fit over top of tile facing
Optional facing will butte to edge of faceplate (tile line)
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Thin Facing Installation (tile, marble, or other non-combustible under 1" thick)
Tile Line
Upgrade faces are available for this fireplace and may influence facing installation. Consult with your
Travis Dealer if you are using an upgrade face.
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Nailing Bracket
Fireplace
Tile
NOTE FOR FPX FACES:
FPX arched faces require the FPX Face
Upgrade Kit (sku 98500686) and a
triangular piece of facing in these upper
corners. See the instructions included
with the face for further details.
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Build the hearth 1” (max.) above the base of the
fireplace. The fireplace may be raised to
accommodate thicker hearth materials.
Raised Fireplaces:
Facing is installed 1” (maximum)
above the base of the fireplace.
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Do not install tile (or other material)
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convection channel, or access panel
openings. This area must remain
open to access internal components
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Raised Fireplace
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Thick Facing Installation (stone, brick, or other non-combustible over 1" thick)
Masonry Line
If using a Fireplace Xtrordinair (FPX) arched face, see "Thick Facing with a Fireplace Xtrordinair Arched
Faces" on page 37.
fireplace. This area must remain
open to install the face.
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Thick Facing with Fireplace Xtrordinair (FPX) Arched Faces
The following illustration shows facing considerations for those fireplaces utilizing FPX arched faces.
The facing must be non-combustible and over 1" in depth.
Masonry Line
The Fireplace Xtrordinair 864
Masonry Template is
recommended for masonry
installation (sku 98500688). The
template helps locate and
support the masonry as it being
installed.
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Mantel Requirements
•
Use the table below to determine the maximum mantel depth allowed. The mantel depth
(measured from the face of the fireplace) must fall in the shaded portion of the table.
•
Any facing material that protrudes more than 3/4” from the face of the fireplace is considered a
mantel and must meet the mantel requirements.
Mantel (combustilbe or non-combustible)
Maximum Mantel Depth (b)
14+”
0” 1” 2” 3” 4” 5” 6” 7” 8” 9” 10”11” 12”
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Combustible mantel columns (legs) that
protrude more than 3/4” from the glass
frame must meet the sidewall clearance (1”).
If they protrude 3/4” or less, they may be
placed directly to the side (but not in front) of
the fireplace.
Non-combustible mantel columns do not
have a minimum clearance.
Examples: • If you wish to have an 8” deep mantel, it must be at least 8” above the fireplace face (44-3/4” above the base).
• If you wish to have a mantel 6” above the fireplace face, it must be no deeper than 6”.
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Installation Example - Build-Out (Dog-House) with Horizontal Termination
•
The framing, facing, and other building materials depicted below are for example only. Refer
to local building codes for framing, facing, and insulating requirements in your area.
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Optional Tile
Horizontal Termination*
SIDE OF FIREPLACE
4” Section*
Firestop
* Travis Ind. MIn. Vent Kit (SKU 98900168)
Includes a 4” section and horizontal termination.
NOTE FOR 2 x 4 EXTERIOR WALLS:
When installed with a 2x4 exterior wall, the
termination may not fit flush against the exterior
wall. You may wish to place framing around the
termination to fill the gap.
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NOTE:
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Installation Example - Build-In with Horizontal Termination
•
The framing, facing, and other building materials depicted below are for example only. Refer
to local building codes for framing, facing, and insulating requirements in your area.
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Optional Tile
Horizontal Termination*
SIDE OF FIREPLACE
4” Section*
Firestop
* Travis Ind. MIn. Vent Kit (SKU 98900168)
Includes a 4” section and horizontal termination.
NOTE FOR 2 x 4 EXTERIOR WALLS:
When installed with a 2x4 exterior wall, the
termination may not fit flush against the exterior
wall. You may wish to place framing around the
termination to fill the gap.
Top View
NOTE:
1/2” Clearance to sides
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Steps for Finalizing the Installation
1. Remove the glass (see page 45).
NOTE:
If using propane (LP) convert the appliance prior to installing the logs.
2. We recommend you purge the gas line at this time (with the glass removed). This allows gas to
be detected once it enters the firebox, ensuring gas does not build up.
3. Install the logs (see page 47).
4. Turn on the gas to the fireplace. Turn on gas to the heater. Leak test all gas joints prior to
starting the appliance. Start the pilot.
Starting the Pilot Flame
WARNING:
When lighting or re-lighting the pilot, the glass must be removed (see page 42).
a Remove the glass (see page 42 for details).
b Push the gas control knob in slightly and turn it to the "OFF" position. The knob will not turn
from "ON" to "OFF" unless the knob is depressed slightly. Wait five minutes to let any gas that
may have accumulated inside the firebox escape. If you smell leaking gas, follow the
directions on the cover "IF YOU SMELL GAS".
c Turn the gas control knob to the "PILOT" position and press the knob in, this will allow gas to
flow to the pilot light. Press the button on the pilot igniter repeatedly until you see the pilot
light.
WARNING:
If the pilot does not light after 15 seconds, release the knob and call your dealer
for service. Do not attempt to light pilot until service has been performed.
NOTE:
You may wish to remove the log set to gain a better view of the pilot (see page 47).
d Keep the gas control knob depressed for 30 seconds once it is lit.
e Release the gas control knob. If the pilot goes out, repeat step C. If the pilot refuses to stay lit,
call your dealer for service. With the pilot lit, proceed to step “f”.
f Replace the glass.
g Turn the gas control knob counter-clockwise to "ON". The pilot is now lit and the heater can be
turned on and off.
5. Check the pilot flame following the directions below.
Pilot Flame Inspection
The pilot flame should look like the illustration below. Adjust the pilot flame if necessary.
The pilot flame must contact the thermocouple and
To adjust the pilot flame, turn this screw. Clockwise
thermopile (see the illustration below). Adjust the pilot up or
lowers the flame while counter-clockwise raises it.
Standard
Screwdriver
down as necessary.
6. Replace the glass.
7. Start the main burner (the main burner circuit is detailed on page 19). Leak test all gas joints
again.
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8. Check the air shutter following the directions below.
Air Shutter Adjustment
Let the heater burn for fifteen minutes (make sure the logs and glass are in place). The flames should
be yellow with no sooting. Adjust the air shutter, if necessary, to achieve the correct looking flame.
Correct
Not Enough Air
Flames should be blue at the
base, yellow-orange on the top.
If the flames are over 14" tall or sooty on
the ends, open the air shutter.
Too Much Air
If the flames are all blue and
short, close the air shutter.
Front Air Shutter Adjustment
The front burner air shutter may be adjusted while the burner is on (take care to prevent contacting the
burner area).
Front Burner Air Shutter Control
Left = Less Air
Right = More Air
Rear Burner Air Shutter Adjustment
The rear burner air shutter is accessed by removing the front burner and rear log shelf (see "LP
Conversion Instructions" on page 52 for details). After adjusting the air shutter, replace the burner,
logs, and glass and verify the flame quality.
Rear Burner Air Shutter
For LP Units:
Start with the rear air shutter
Loosen the screw on the air
shutter and rotate the air shutter.
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9. Turn the flame adjust knob to its highest position - the flames should not contact the top of the
firebox. Check the flame on low position. The flames should burn off of each burner hole. If
the heater does not work correctly, contact your Travis dealer for a remedy.
10. Give this manual to the home owner for future reference and fully explain operation of this
heater. For comprehensive operating and maintenance instructions, refer to the Owner's
Manual (part # 100-01168).
ACID WASH WARNING: Before installing the faceplate, make sure any masonry that has been
treated with acid wash has been properly neutralized (this is used primarily with brick faces). Acid
wash (muriatic acid) is used to remove excess mortar. If not properly neutralized with an ammonia
solution, the plated face may develop a permanent tarnish when the acid evaporates over time.
Contact your dealer if uncertain your facing has been properly neutralized.
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Glass Frame Removal and Installation
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Warning:
The appliance must be completely cool before removing the glass.
Warning:
Do not strike or slam the glass.
Based upon the face being used, either:
(a) swing the access door down and remove the top grill,
(b) remove the face (unscrew or lift off - see the
instructions included with the face for details).
Open the six latches holding the glass frame in place
(start with the bottom three) - follow the directions shown
to the right.
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Glass
Lift the glass frame up and
pull it forward to remove.
NOTE:
You may need to lift
the glass frame
while re-attaching.
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(on glass frame)
Re-Attaching the Glass Frame:
a)
Hang the glass frame on the firebox.
b)
While holding in place, attach the upper latches
(follow the instructions to the right in reverse).
c)
Lift the glass frame slightly and attach the lower latches.
NOTE: Make sure the glass frame is all the way in place - it
should be flush with the front of the fireplace when installed.
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Glass Frame Removal and Installation (continued)
The latch can come loose from the latch assembly. This occurs only when it is rotated. Follow the
directions below to re-install the latch if it comes loose.
Hold the latch at an angle and insert it into the slot on the glass frame anchor.
Latch
NOTE: this slot may be at a
different angle than illustrated.
Top of
Firebox
Glass Frame
Anchor
Note how the washer on the latch fits behind the flange on the
glass frame anchor.
Once fully inserted, turn the latch until it is upright.
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Log Set Installation
Rear Log Installation
Place the rear log as shown below. Make sure it is pushed all the way back on the log shelf.
The rear log has a slot that
straddles the rear burner and
pilot assembly
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Right Log Installation
The right log has a
curved slot that fits over
the right side grate.
Place the right log as shown below.
The left side of the
log should be slid
back against this
ledge.
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Left Log Installation
Place the left log as shown above.
Note how the right side of
the log comes up, but does
not cover, the burner holes..
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Center Log Installation
The pin on the rear log
inserts into the hole on
the center log.
Note how the center log rests on the center grate.
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Ember Installation
Place the embers along the hearth plate and burner - make sure they do not cover any burner holes
or air channels. Use the embers to cover any rivets and to make the firebox more realistic.
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LP Conversion Instructions
Install the conversion kit prior to installing the gas line to ensure proper gas use.
1
Remove the glass (see page 42). Remove the logs and coals (if installed - page 47)
2
Remove the burner (see illustration below).
1/4" Nutdriver
Remove the grate.
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1/4" Nutdriver
Remove the rear log shelf
and intake restrictor.
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holding the rear burner in
place. Slide the burner to
the right to remove.
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Follow the directions below to replace the orifice.
a
Slide the air shutter all
the way to the right.
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Use a 1/2” open end wrench
to unscrew the two orifices.
Manifold
1/2" Wrench
c
Apply thread sealant to the LP
orifices prior to installation. Use
the chart below to identify the
Front
correct orifices.
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Orifice
Burner
Orifice
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Screw each LP orifice in so the
orifice protrudes 15/16”
(indicating full insertion).
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Remove the pilot orifice following the instructions below. Replace with the propane pilot
orifice
a
Lift the pilot hood
c
Remove the orifice and replace with the LP orifice. Screw the
orifice all the way in and replace the pilot hood.
off the pilot
assembly.
Orifice Identification:
LP (Propane) Orifice
b
Use a hex wrench to
unscrew the orifice.
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NG (Natural Gas) Orifice
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5/32" Hex
NOTE: when re-attaching,
this pin lines up with the
notch in the pilot hood.
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Replace the rear burner. Set the rear burner air shutter to a 3/16" gap.
Rear Burner Air Shutter
For LP Units:
Start with the rear air shutter
Loosen the screw on the air
shutter and rotate the air shutter.
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Replace the firebox
components. Install the
logs and embers.
Replace the glass.
Remove the regulator
from the front of the gas
control valve. Replace
with the propane
regulator, using the new
gasket and screws
included with the
regulator. NOTE: Leak
test this area after the
heater is installed, gas
is connected, and the
main burner is lit.
This gap is the air shutter opening.
set to a 3/16" opening.
a
Remove and discard the three
screws using a slotted screwdriver
of Torx T-20.
Slotted
Screwdriver
(or T-20 Torx)
b
Remove and discard the
regulator, diaphram, spring
and center post.
c
Install the LP regulator. Use
the screws included with the
LP regulator. Tighten to
approximately 25 Lbs. torque.
Slotted
Screwdriver
(or T-20 Torx)
NOTE: Make sure the
regulator gasket is correctly
aligned before installation.
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Place the LP
label on the base
of the fireplace
near the gas
control valve.
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Make the gas line connection, bleed the gas line (if applicable), start the heater and thoroughly
leak-test all gas connections and the gas control valve. Check the pilot. Adjust if necessary.
WARNING:
When lighting or re-lighting the pilot, the glass must be removed (see page 42).
To adjust the pilot flame, turn this screw (NOTE: if totally
The pilot flame must contact the thermocouple and
unscrewed gas will come out of this port). Clockwise
thermopile (see the illustration below). Adjust the pilot up or
lowers the flame while counter-clockwise raises it.
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Fireback Installation
WARNING Turn off gas to the appliance and make sure it has fully cooled prior to conducting service.
1
Remove the glass frame and logs.
2
Remove the front and rear burners
(see page 52).
3
Remove and discard the hearth
plate.
4
Install the firebacks following the
directions below.
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clips on both sides.
Place the rear fireback in in place. The
side fireback holds the rear fireback in
place - hold the rear fireback while
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Restore the fireplace to the correct configuration.
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(part # 99000156)
Make sure power to the fireplace has been turned off prior to installation (disable the service breaker).
Do not connect 110-120 VAC to the gas control valve or wiring system of this fireplace.
It is easier to install the blower prior to connecting the gas line.
Wiring Diagram - Blower Wiring Harness
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(black)
Power Supply
Common
(white)
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Power In
Molex
Connector
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5
2
Green
8
11
Ground
(attached to stove)
3
Remote
Control
Molex
Connector
4
7
9
1
10
4
7
10
White
Black
Black
Rheostat
Black
1
Gas Control
Valve
Brown
2
4
3
5
7
Red
Black
Optional Regulator
Solenoid
6
8
Blower
Snap Disk
10
9
11
12
Blue
Blue
Black
Blower Installation
1. Attach the right side blower to a blower bracket following the directions below.
2. Repeat step 1 for the left side blower.
Make sure these two grommets
and bushings are in place.
Side View
Bushing
Grommet
Blower
Bracket
Install the brackets to the blower with
two #8 x 3/8” (shorter, silver) screws.
Make sure these two
grommets are in place
(they insulate the fireplace
from blower vibration)
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3. Attach the blowers (use the #8 x 3/4" silver screws) and snap disc (see the directions below).
NOTE: Make sure the grommets (and bushings) stay in place while installing. The rubber
grommets insulate the fireplace from any blower vibration (reducing noise).
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4. Attach the wiring and rheostat assembly following the directions below.
NOTE: You may need to cut or adjust some of the lock ties on the wiring harness.
NOTE: Make sure wiring does not contact blower impellers or any hot surfaces. Use lock-ties if
necessary.
Attach one black and
white wire to each
blower (orientation does
not matter).
Attach the wires labeled
SNAP DISC to the
snap disc (orientation
does not matter).
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These wires are for the optional
remote control. Place them behind
the gas control valve.
Plug the power cord into the
receptacle at the rear of the fireplace.
Attach the rheostat assembly to the
fireplace with the two black screws.
5. Turn on power to the fireplace.
NOTE: To test the blower without turning on the fireplace, use a jumper wire to connect the two
snap wires together (turn off power prior to connecting the jumper wire).
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Grill Installation
Certain faces allow for installation of an upper and lower grill. Follow the directions below to
install.
Upper Grill Installation
Hold the grill at an angle and insert the lower
slot over the bushing on the fireplace (both
sides). You may need press on the grill to get
the tab over the bushing (this prevents the
grill from accidentally falling off).
Swing the grill upwards to engage the second
slot. You will need to lift the grill slightly to
get it over the bushing. Once in place the
grill is held in place by gravity.
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Lower Grill Installation
Hold the grill at an angle and insert the lower
slot over the bushing on the fireplace (both
sides). You may need press on the grill to get
the tab over the bushing (this prevents the
grill from accidentally falling off).
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Bend this the tab over on
both sides. This is the
end-stop for the lower grill,
it allows the grill to swing
forward.
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Swing the grill upwards to engage
the second slot. You will need to lift
the grill slightly to get it over the
bushing. Once in place the grill is
held in place by gravity.
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Remote Control Receiver Installation (2 Options)
The instructions below detail installation of the optional remote control receiver. For operating
instructions, refer to the instructions included with the remote.
OPTION # 1 - Remote Thermostat (99300653)
WARNING: Make sure the power cord does
not contact the blower (if applicable) or the
Attach the power cord to the
bottom of firebox (or other hot surface).
electrical receptacle on the inside
of the fireplace.
Use lock-ties or wire ties to
shorten the power cord to
approximately 12” length.
Place the receiver in a location to
the left of the gas control valve
(near the front of the fireplae).
Attach the two reciever wires to the
top and bottom posts on the gas
control valve (orientation does not
matter).
OPTION # 2 - Remote Thermostat (99300677) - Requires the Optional Blower
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Remove and discard this molex
connector attached to the
blower wiring harness.
Connect the receiver to the
molex connector on the wiring
harness.
Place the receiver in a location to
the left of the gas control valve
(near the front of the fireplae).
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Extra Room Power Heat Duct
Installation Overview
The optional heat duct allows the fireplace to transfer heat to separate locations in the home.
Installation should take place prior to installing drywall.
Warning:
component.
This kit must be installed as specified in these instructions. Do not modify any
Warning:
Use of any external blower other than the Travis Power Heat Duct Blower will void
the warranty and listing of this appliance and may create a fire hazard.
Note:
The power heat duct must be installed by a qualified service technician.
Note: Some building codes may require the use of firestop spacers whenever the duct passes from
room to room.
Note: When routing ducts through a cold area (e.g. crawl space) we recommend insulating the
duct with fiberglass insulation. If paper-backed insulation is used, the paper can not contact the
duct.
Floor
Boot
Electrical Source
Junction Box
Maximum Duct
Length = 20'
Rheostat
(with cover plate)
Blower
Box
Use 10” x 3-1/4”
wall stack (duct)
when passing
through tight
areas.
Duct Adapter
(6” Round to 10” x 3-1/4”)
6" Duct
Starter Ring
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Wall Adapter
(for use on
2 x 4 walls)
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Duct Installation Instructions
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Determine the route for the heat duct using the illustration below as a guide.
NOTE:
Air flow through the duct is affected by
length and number of bends. Keep the
length and number of bends to the minimum
to maximize performance.
Blower Box
0” Clearance to
Combustibles
Co-Axial Vent
(for intake air
and exhaust)
20’ Maximum
Length
When the duct penetrates the
fireplace enclosure vertically and the
top of the enclosure is within 36” of
the top of the fireplace, a firestop
spacer that maintains a 1/2”
clearance between all sides of the
duct and any combustible material
must be used.
1/2”
Duct Adapter
(6” Round to 10” x 3-1/4” included with the power heat
vent kit)
Use 10” x 3-1/4” wall stack
(duct) when passing
through tight areas.
Attach the blower box to the framing or floorboards of the home following the instructions below.
Wall or Ceiling Mounting
a
5-1/4"
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Cut a hole between wall
framing members for the
blower assembly.
b
Attach the wall mounting
brackets to the blower box.
16"*
Mount the bracket to
these holes for 2 x 4 walls
Mount the bracket to
these holes for 2 x 6 walls
c
Slide the blower, with
wires, into the hole cut
in step "a". Attach
with four screws.
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* This blower was designed for framing on 16" centers. Construct additional framing if needed.
If the blower is installed prior to the drywall only a 14" opening is required. If installed after the
drywall is in place, the drywall to the sides of the blower will need to be patched.
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Floor Mounting
a
Cut a hole between floor joists
for the blower box.
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b
Attach the floor boot to the blower box with the included screws.
The screws
attach to either
of these pairs of
holes. Use the
upper pair for
thick flooring, the
lower pair for
thin flooring.
5-1/4"
c
14"
Slide the blower into the hole
cut in step "a". Attach with four
screws.
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Attach the starter ring to the fireplace following the directions below (use the most convenient side
- 864TRV has only one opening on the right side).
1/4" Nutdriver
Starter Ring
Remove and discard the
cover plate.
Bend the tabs on the bottom of
the starter ring up to lock it in
place.
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Install the air duct. Each section, when joined, must be attached with three screws and aluminum
duct tape (U.L. 181A-P or equivalent). Secure the duct if it is in an area where it may sag or
become dislodged.
NOTE: The air duct has a 0” clearance to combustibles.
Secure all ducting
together with screws.
Then seal the seams
with aluminum duct
tape (U.L. 181A-P or
equivalent).
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Attach the grill (and wall adapter, if necessary).
Screws
(included with
this kit)
Phillips
Screwdriver
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Wall Adapter
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Wiring Instructions
Warning:
All wiring should be done by a qualified electrician and shall be in compliance
with local codes and with the current National Electric Code ANSI/NFPA 70 (in the U.S.), or with
the current CSC22.1 Canadian Electric Code (in Canada).
Warning:
hookup.
Make sure the fireplace electrical circuit is disabled prior to working on electrical
Power Supply
Wiring Diagram -864TRV
1
Rheostat
Junction Box
Hot
(black)
Hot
(black)
Common
(white)
Common
(white)
Ground
(green)
Ground
(green)
Blower
Assembly
Follow the directions below to wire the blower box.
a
b
Remove the cover from
the blower box.
Standard
Screwdriver
Phillips
Screwdriver
Insert sheathed cable through the cable clamp.
After the wires have been connected tighten the
clamp to secure the cable.
c
Attach the hot (black) and common (white) wires to the
leads coming from the wires (use wire nuts).
d
Secure the ground wire to the ground stud inside the
blower box by tightening the included nut over the
ground wire. Re-attach the cover removed in step
"a".
Ground Wire
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Follow the directions below to wire the rheostat. NOTE: There are two types of junction boxes,
use the appropriate junction box for your installation.
a
Force the sheathed cable through
one of the locking flaps on the
junction box (repeat for the other
cable). Some force is needed.
The flap will lock the cable in place.
From
Blower Box
Attach the common (white) wires
together. Attach the ground
(exposed or green) wires together.
Then attach each of the hot (black)
wires from the cables to the two
wires on the rheostat (orientation
does not matter). Carefully pack
the wires into the junction box.
b
NOTE:Two junction
boxes are included use the best box for
your installation.
c
Attach the cover plate
(either white or beige) with
the included screws. Slide
the knob (either white or
beige) over the rheostat
shaft.
Standard
Screwdriver
To Fireplace (36DV & 44 DV)
To Power Supply (864TRV)
3
Run the free wire from the rheostat junction box to the power supply. The thermodisk included
with this kit may be discarded (it is not used on this fireplace).
Operating Instructions
Allow the fireplace to reach normal operating temperature. Then use the wall-mounted rheostat to
operate the blower speed.
864TRV: Turn the blower off when the fireplace is not in operation.
OFF
Turn the dial all
the way counterclockwise until it
clicks off.
The high position is
all the way counterclockwise, without
clicking off.
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MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS
Once a year the grill should be
removed and the blower area
cleaned. Use a vacuum to clean
around the squirrel-cage blower,
being careful not to damage any
of the blades.
Phillips
Screwdriver
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HIGH
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Turn the dial
all the way
clockwise.
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Use a vacuum cleaner to remove
any debris from the power vent
blower.
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Index
Index
Additional Items Required ....................................7
Air Shutter Adjustment ........................................43
Altitude Considerations........................................20
Approved Vent Configurations ..............................22
Approved Vent ...................................................21
Clearances ........................................................10
Converting the Fireplace to Top Vent Configuration .8
Corner Installations - Rear Vent Configuration ........14
Corner Installations - Top Vent Configuration ..........15
Diffuser Plate Adjustment ....................................24
Dimensions .......................................................6
Drywall Installation ..............................................32
Electrical Connection (required) ............................18
Exhaust Restrictor Adjustment .............................22
Facing Overview .................................................33
Facing Requirements ..........................................32
Features ...........................................................6
Fireback Installation ............................................56
Fireplace Placement Requirements .......................10
Fuel..................................................................16
Gas Inlet Pressure..............................................16
Gas Line Connection...........................................16
Gas Line Location...............................................16
Gas Line Requirements .......................................16
Glass Frame Removal and Installation ..................45
Grill Installation ..................................................60
Hearth Requirements ..........................................31
Heating Specifications.........................................6
Index ................................................................68
Installation Example - Build-In with Horizontal Termination.............41
Installation Options .............................................6
Installation Overview ...........................................7
Intake Restrictor Adjustment ................................23
Listing Details ....................................................2
Log Set Installation .............................................47
LP Conversion Instructions ..................................47
Mantel Requirements ..........................................39
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Minimum Framing Dimensions - Rear Vent Configuration................11
Minimum Framing Dimensions - Top Vent Configuration..................12
Nailing Brackets .................................................13
Overview ...........................................................2
Packing List .......................................................7
Pilot Flame Inspection.........................................42
Extra Room Power Heat Duct ...............................62
Raised Fireplaces...............................................10
Rear Vent Configuration with Horizontal Termination (no vertical rise).25
Rear Vent Configuration with Horizontal Termination (with vertical rise)...26
Rear Vent Configuration with Vertical Termination ....27
Recommended Installation Procedure....................7
Remote Control Receiver Installation (2 Options) ....61
Restrictor Position ..............................................22
Safety Precautions .............................................4
Starting the Pilot Flame .......................................42
Steps for Finalizing the Installation ........................42
Termination Requirements ...................................30
Thick Facing Installation with FPX Arched Faces .....37
Thick Facing Installation ......................................36
Thin Facing Installation........................................34
Top Vent Configuration with Horizontal Termination ..28
Top Vent Configuration with Vertical Termination......29
Top Vent or Rear Vent Configuration .....................8
Vent Clearances.................................................20
Vent Installation .................................................21
Vent Requirements .............................................20
Wall Switch Installation ........................................19
Wall Switch or Thermostat Installation....................19
Wiring Diagram (Millivolt System)..........................19
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