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INSTALLATION AND
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
UNIVERSAL VENT-FREE FIREBOX
36" x 24", 36" x 28" & 42" x 28" Universal Vent-Free Fireboxes
P/N 700,032M REV. B 05/2006
MODELS
UVF-36
UVFRC-3628
UVFRC-3628-H
UVFRC-4228 Shown
INSTALLER: LEAVE THIS MANUAL WITH THE APPLIANCE.
CONSUMER: RETAIN THIS MANUAL FOR FUTURE REFERENCE.
UVFRC-4228
UVFRC-4228-H
FOR USE ONLY WITH A LISTED GAS-FIRED UNVENTED DECORATIVE ROOM HEATER NOT TO EXCEED 40,000 BTU/H.
In the Commonwealth of Massachusetts:
• Installation must be performed by a licensed plumber or
gas fitter;
• See Table of Contents for location of additional Commonwealth of Massachusetts requirements.
WARNING: DO NOT ATTEMPT TO BURN SOLID
WOOD FUELS, OTHER GAS LOG SETS OR ANY
OTHER COMBUSTIBLE MATERIALS IN THIS
VENT-FREE FIREBOX.
FOR YOUR SAFETY: Do not store or use gasoline
or other flammables or liquids in the vicinity of
this or any other appliance.
FOR YOUR SAFETY: What to do if you smell gas:
• DO NOT light any appliance.
• DO NOT touch any electrical switches.
• Do not use any phone in your building.
• Immediately call your gas supplier from a
neighbor’s phone. Follow your gas suppliers
instructions.
• If your gas supplier cannot be reached, call
the fire department.
Installation and service must be performed by
a qualified installer, service agency or the gas
supplier.
OTL Report No.116-F-38-5
DO NOT BURN WOOD OR OTHER MATERIAL IN THESE
APPLIANCES.
WARNING: IMPROPER INSTALLATION, ADJUSTMENT, ALTERATION, SERVICE OR MAINTENANCE CAN CAUSE INJURY OR
PROPERTY DAMAGE. REFER TO THIS MANUAL. FOR ASSISTANCE OR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION CONSULT A QUALIFIED
INSTALLER, SERVICE AGENCY OR THE GAS SUPPLIER.
CAREFULLY REVIEW THE INSTRUCTIONS SUPPLIED WITH
THE DECORATIVE TYPE VENT-FREE ROOM HEATER FOR THE
MINIMUM FIREPLACE SIZE REQUIREMENT.
DO NOT INSTALL AN APPLIANCE IN THIS FIREBOX, UNLESS
THIS FIREBOX MEETS THE MINIMUM DIMENSIONS REQUIRED
FOR THE INSTALLATIONS.
THIS IS A VENT-FREE GAS-FIRED HEATER ENCLOSURE. IT
USES AIR (OXYGEN) FROM THE ROOM IN WHICH IT IS INSTALLED. PROVISIONS FOR ADEQUATE COMBUSTION AND
VENTILATION AIR MUST BE PROVIDED. REFER TO COMBUSTION AND VENTILATION AIR SECTION, PAGES 3 & 4.
Due to high temperatures, the appliance should be located out
of traffic and away from furniture or draperies.
Do not place clothing or other materials on or near this appliance.
IMPORTANT: READ AND UNDERSTAND THESE INSTRUCTIONS
COMPLETELY BEFORE INSTALLING YOUR VENT-FREE ROOM
HEATERS.
IMPORTANT SAFETY
INFORMATION
INSTALLER: PLEASE LEAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS WITH THE OWNER.
OWNER: PLEASE RETAIN THESE INSTRUCTIONS FOR FUTURE REFERENCE.
WARNING
If the information in this
manual is not follwed
exactly, a fire or explosion
may result causing property damage, personal
injury or loss of life.
IMPORTANT
The fireplace screens on the appliance must be closed prior to operating the fireplace.
WARNING
These built-in vent-free fireboxes
have only been tested and approved
for use with ANSI Z21.11.2 Ventfree gas logs.
WARNING
Do not attempt to burn solid wood
fuels, other gas log sets or any
other combustible materials in
this vent-free firebox.
WARNING
Any change to this Vent-Free room
heater can be dangerous. Improper
installation or use of this heater can
cause serious injury or death from
fire, burns, explosion or carbon
monoxide poisoning.
WARNING
Do not allow fans to blow directly
into the fireplace. Avoid any drafts
that alter burner flame patterns.
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WARNING
Carbon Monoxide Poisoning: Early
signs of carbon monoxide poisoning
are similar to the flu with headaches, dizziness and/or nausea. If
you have these signs, obtain fresh
air immediately. Have the Vent-Free
Gas Heater serviced as it may not
be operating correctly.
WARNINGS
• Due to high temperatures, the
firebox should be located out of
traffic and away from furniture
and draperies.
• Do not place clothing or other
flammable material on or near
the heater.
• Any safety screen or guard removed for servicing the firebox
must be replaced and/or closed
prior to operating the heater.
• Installation and repair should
be done by a qualified service
person. The heater should be
inspected before use and at
least annually by a professional
service person. More frequent
cleaning may be required due
to excessive lint from carpeting, bedding material, etc. It is
important that control compartments, burners and circulating
air passageways of the heater
be kept clean.
• Allow the heater to cool before
servicing. Always shut off any
electricity or gas to the heater
while performing service work.
• Do not install the firebox in a
sleeping room or bathroom.
• The appliance and its individual
shut-off valve must be disconnected from the gas supply piping
system while performing any
tests of the gas supply piping
system at test pressures equal
to or less than 1/2 psig.
NOTE: DIAGRAMS & ILLUSTRATION ARE NOT TO SCALE.
WARNING
• The heater must be isolated from
the gas supply piping system by
closing its individual manual
shut-off valve during any pressure testing of the gas supply
piping system at test pressures
equal to or less than 1/2 psig.
• Keep heater area clear and free
from combustible materials,
gasoline and other flammable
vapors and liquids.
• Do not use this heater if any
part has been under water. Immediately call a qualified service
technician to inspect the heater
and to replace any part of the control system and any gas control
which has been under water.
• Ensure that the heater is clean
when operating. Excessive dust
accumulation on the burner and
logs will increase the amount of
carbon monoxide formation and
could lead to carbon monoxide
poisoning and death.
IMPORTANT
Before starting your firebox installation, read these installation
instructions carefully to be sure you
understand them completely and
in entirety. Failure to follow these
instructions could cause a heater
malfunction resulting in serious
injury and/or property damage.
WARNING
Do not install in the vicinity where
gasoline or other flammable liquids
may be stored. The Vent-Free firebox must be kept clear and free from
these combustible materials.
WARNING
Maintain minimum clearances.
CONGRATULATIONS!
Misc. Codes / Standards -
In selecting this SUPERIOR Vent-Free Gas Firebox you have chosen the finest and most
dependable fireplace to be found anywhere. A beautiful, prestigious, alternative to a
wood burning fireplace. Welcome to a family of tens of thousands of satisfied SUPERIOR
Fireplace Owners.
The Installation must conform to local codes
or, in the absence of local codes, with the
National Fuel Gas Code, ANSI Z223.1/NFPA 54
- latest edition.
Please read and carefully follow all of the instructions found in this manual. Please pay
special attention to the safety instructions provided in this manual. The Homeowner's
Care and Operation Instructions included here will assure that you have many years of
dependable and enjoyable service from your SUPERIOR product.
GENERAL INFORMATION
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Important Safety Information ........... Page
Packaging List.................................. Page
General Information ......................... Page
Burn-in Period.................................. Page
Tools/Building Supplies.................... Page
Codes ............................................... Page
Combustion And Ventilation Air ....... Page
Cold Climate Insulation .................... Page
New York City Approval.................... Page
Requirements for the
Commonwealth of Massachusetts Page
Location Of Firebox .......................... Page
Clearances ....................................... Page
Assembly Steps ............................... Page
Gas Line Installation......................... Page
Firebox Framing ............................... Page
Firebox Installation ........................... Page
Specifications................................... Page
Framing Specifications ..................... Page
Canopy Installation .......................... Page
Optional Equipment / Blower Kit
Installation .................................. Page
Firebox Finishes ............................... Page
Accessories/components ................. Page
Replacement Parts List .................... Page
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These Vent-Free firebox enclosures are designed
to accept all ANSI Z21.11.2 approved Decorative Type Vent-Free Gas Log Room Heaters.
For the appropriate Vent-Free Gas Log Room
Heater model, refer to Page 16 (see Vent-Free
Gas Log Sets). Refer to the installation instructions provided with the log sets for detailed
instructions.
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This installation manual will enable you to obtain
a safe, efficient and dependable installation of
your room heater system.
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This installation manual will help you obtain
a safe, efficient, dependable installation for
your appliance and vent system.
PLEASE READ AND UNDERSTAND
THESE INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE BEGINNING YOUR INSTALLATION.
Packaging List
Vent-Free Gas Firebox
Canopy (optional for models UVFRC-3628,
UVFRC-3628-H, UVFRC-4228 & UVFRC-4228-H)
Installation and Operating Instructions
Warranty Certificate
Do not alter or modify the firebox or its
components under any circumstances. Any
modification or alteration of the firebox system,
including but not limited to the firebox and accessories, may void the warranty, listings and
approvals of this system and could result in an
unsafe and potentially dangerous installation.
These Built-In Vent-Free Fireboxes have been
tested and approved as Ventless Firebox Enclosures for Gas-Fired Unvented Decorative Room
Heaters to ANSI Z21.91.
Burn-in Period
During the first few times of operation of this
appliance there will be some odor due to the
curing of the paint and burning off of lubricants
used in the manufacturing process. We recommend that you open windows and ventilate the
house during the initial burns. The paint emits
non-toxic odors during this process.
Depending on your use, the burn-in period may
take a few hours or a few days.
KEEP YOUR HOUSE WELL VENTILATED
DURING THE BURN-IN PERIOD. THE ODOR
AND HAZE EMITTED DURING THE BURN-IN
PERIOD CAN BE QUITE NOTICEABLE AND MAY
SET OFF A SMOKE DETECTOR.
If an optional blower is installed, Do not turn it
on during the Burn-In period.
NOTE: DIAGRAMS & ILLUSTRATION ARE NOT TO SCALE.
The appliance, when installed, must be electrically grounded in accordance with local codes or,
in the absence of local codes, with the National
Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA 70 - latest edition.
Check the packaging list to be sure that you have
all the necessary parts in usable condition. Also
check for concealed damage.
Tools and Building Supplies
Normally Required
Tools Should Include:
• Phillips screwdriver
• Hammer
• Saw and/or sabersaw
• Level
• Measuring tape
• Electric drill and bits
• Pliers
• Square
• Piping complying with local codes
• Pipe wrench
• Tee joint
• Pipe compound
Building Supplies Should Include:
• Framing materials
• Wall finishing materials
• Caulking materials (noncombustible)
• Fireplace surround materials
(noncombustible)
•
Insulation
(for packing around gas-line penetration holes)
CODES
Adhere to all local codes or in their absence
the latest edition of The National Fuel Gas Code
ANSI Z223.1 or NFPA 54 which can be obtained
from The American National Standards Institute,
Inc. (1430 Broadway, New York, NY, 10018) or
National Fire Protection Association, Inc. (Batterymarch Park, Quincy, MA, 02269).
COMBUSTION AND VENTILATION AIR
Heaters installed in these appliances shall
not be installed in a confined space. Heaters
installed in these appliances may be located
in unusually tight construction provided the
space is unconfined, or if confined, is provided
with two permanent openings communicating
directly with an additional room(s) of sufficient volume so that the combined volume
of all connected spaces meets the criteria for
an unconfined space, (National Fuel Gas Code
ANSI Z223.1 1992, Section 5.3). Generally 50
ft 3 per 1,000 BTU input of all operating appliances in the space.
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The National Fuel Gas Code defines a confined
space as a space whose volume is less than
50 ft 3 per 1,000 BTU/Hr (4.8 m3 per kw) of the
aggregate input rating of all appliances installed
in that space and an unconfined space as a space
whose volume is not less than 50 ft 3 per 1,000
BTU/Hr (4.8 m3 per kw) of the aggregate input
rating of all appliances installed in that space.
Rooms communicating directly with the space
in which the appliances are installed, through
openings not furnished with doors, are considered a part of the unconfined space.
Unusually tight construction is defined as
construction where:
a. Walls and ceilings exposed to the outside
atmosphere have a continuous water vapor
retarder with a rating of one perm or less with
openings gasketed or sealed, and
b. Weather stripping has been added on operable windows and doors, and
c. Caulking or sealants are applied to areas such
as joints around window and door frames,
between sole plates and floors, between
wall-ceiling joints, between wall panels, at
penetrations for plumbing, electrical, and
gas lines, and at other openings.
Use the following equations to determine if you
have a confined or unconfined space.
1. Determine the volume of space — ft 3.
Length x Width x Height = _____ ft 3
(Include adjoining rooms with doorless
passageways or ventilation grills between
rooms).
Example: 24' (L) x 16' (W) x 8' (H) = 3072
ft 3
2. Divide the volume of space by 50 ft 3 to
determine the maximum BTU/Hr the space
can support.
(volume of space – ft 3)/ 50 ft 3 = (Maximum
BTU/Hr the space can support)
3. Add the BTU/Hr of all the fuel burning appliances in the space.
Vent-Free heater
Gas appliance #1*
Gas appliance #2
________
________
+________
BTU/Hr
BTU/Hr
BTU/Hr
Total =________
BTU/Hr
Example:
Vent-free heater
26,000
Gas appliance #1
40,000
(water heater)
Total = 66,000
BTU/Hr
BTU/Hr
BTU/Hr
* Do not include direct-vent gas appliances.
Direct-vent is sealed combustion and draws
combustion air from the outdoors.
4. Compare the maximum BTU/Hr the space can
support with the actual amount of BTU/Hr
used.
_________ BTU/Hr
(max. the space can support)
_________ BTU/Hr
(actual amount of BTU/Hr used)
Example:
61,440 BTU/Hr
(max. the space can support)
66,000 BTU/Hr
(actual amount of BTU/Hr used)
The space in the above example is a confined
space because the actual BTU/Hr used is more
than the maximum BTU/Hr the space can support. You must provide additional fresh air.
WARNING
If the area in which the heater may
be operated is smaller than that
defined as an unconfined space,
provide adequate combustion and
ventilation air by one of the methods
described in the National Fuel Gas
Code, ANSI Z223.1 1992, Section
5.3 or applicable local codes.
Example: 3072 ft 3 / 50 ft 3 = 61.44
or 61,440 BTU/Hr the space can support.
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NOTE: DIAGRAMS & ILLUSTRATION ARE NOT TO SCALE.
Your options are:
a. Rework equations adding the space of adjoining room(s). If the extra volume provides an
unconfined space, then remove door or add
ventilation grills between rooms. Refer to
National Fuel Gas Code, ANSI Z223.1 1992,
Section 5.3.
b. Vent room directly to the outdoors. Refer to
National Fuel Gas Code, ANSI Z223.1 1992,
Section 5.3.
c. Install a lower BTU/Hr heater, such as a 21,000
BTU/Hr, to make the area an unconfined
space.
If the actual BTU/Hr used is less than the
maximum BTU/Hr the space can support, then
the space is an unconfined space. You will
need no additional fresh air ventilation for an
unconfined space.
COLD CLIMATE INSULATION
For cold climate installations, seal all cracks
around the appliance with noncombustible
material and wherever cold air could enter
the room. It is especially important to insulate
outside cavities between studs and under floor
on which the appliance rests, if floor is above
ground level. Gas line holes and other openings
should be caulked with high temperature caulk
or stuffed with unfaced fiberglass insulation. If
the fireplace is being installed on a cement slab,
in cold climates, a sheet of plywood or other
raised platform can be placed underneath to
prevent conducting cold up into the room. It also
helps to sheetrock inside surfaces and tape for
maximum air tightness and caulk firestops.
NEW YORK CITY, NEW YORK (MEA)
Installation of these fireplaces are approved for
installation in New York City in the US state of
New York.
Note: The following requirements reference various Massachusetts
and national codes not contained in this document.
(e)Unvented propane or natural gas-fired space/room heaters shall
be prohibited in bedrooms and bathrooms.
Requirements for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts
(f)Space/room heaters shall be properly sized for the room or space
of installation, but shall not exceed a maximum of 40,000 BTU
input per room or space.
Un-vented Room Heaters shall be installed in accordance with 527 CMR
30.00 and 248 CMR 3.00 through 7.00:
(a) Permits and Inspections: In addition to complying with 248 CMR
3.05 the following requirements must be satisfied:
1. A permit shall be obtained from the head of the fire department and
the local or state gas inspector having jurisdiction for the installation
of all unvented propane or natural gas-fired space/room heaters.
2. The permits shall be conditioned upon final inspection and approval
of installation by the head of the fire department and the local or state
gas inspector having jurisdiction.
3. A copy of the manufacturer’s installation/operating literature shall be
submitted with each permit application.
4. Before operation, the Head of the Fire Department and the local or
state gas inspector shall inspect the installation for compliance with
527 CMR (Board of Fire Prevention Regulations) and 248 CMR (Board
of State Examiners of Plumbers and Gas Fitters).
5. A final inspection by the state or local gas inspector of the unvented
space/room heater shall not be performed until proof is provided
that the head of the fire department having jurisdiction has granted
a permit.
(b)Unvented propane or natural gas-fired space/room heaters
shall conform to ANSI Z21.11.2, be equipped with an oxygen
depletion safety (ODS) shutoff system and be Product-approved
in accordance with 248 CMR.
(c)Unvented propane or natural gas-fired space/room heaters
shall be installed in accordance with their listings and the
manufacturer’s instructions. Proper clearances to combustibles
shall be maintained. In no case shall the clearances be such as
to interfere with combustion air and accessibility.
(g)In occupancies with an unvented propane or natural gas-fired
space/room heater, no less than one listed carbon monoxide
detector that is installed in accordance with the manufacturers
instructions shall be installed and maintained near the space
where the heater is located.
1. Any building wherein the heater is to be installed shall,
as a precondition to such installation, have working smoke
detectors installed and maintained in accordance with the
requirements of 780 CMR (State Board of Building Regulations
and Standards) in effect at the time of construction or;
2. If no requirement was in effect at the time of construction the smoke detector shall be compliant and installed as
provided for in M.G.L. c. 148, § 26E.
(h)In rooms and buildings served by an unvented propane or
natural gas-fired space/room heater, a primary source of heat,
which is operable, shall be permanently installed and maintained
in the building in accordance with 105 CMR (Department of
Public Health).
(i)Sellers of unvented propane or natural gas-fired space/room
heaters shall provide to each purchaser a copy of 527 CMR
30.00 upon sale of the unit.
• Installation and repair must be done by a plumber or gas fitter licensed
in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
• The flexible gas line connector used shall not exceed 36 inches (92
centimeters) in length.
• The individual manual shut-off must be a T-handle type valve.
(d)Installations shall be of a permanent type, with a permanently
piped fuel supply in accordance with 248 CMR. LPG appliances
shall be subject to the storage requirements in accordance with
527 CMR 6.00. Portable unvented propane or natural gas-fired
space/room heaters shall be prohibited.
NOTE: DIAGRAMS & ILLUSTRATION ARE NOT TO SCALE.
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LOCATION OF FIREBOX
Carefully select the best location for installation
of your built-in Vent-Free firebox. The following
factors should be taken into consideration:
• Clearance to side wall, ceiling, woodwork
and windows.
• Location must not be affected by drafts
caused by kitchen exhaust fans, return air
registers for forced air furnaces/air conditioners, windows or doors.
• Installation must provide adequate ventilation and combustion air.
• Do not install this firebox in a sleeping room
or bathroom.
WARNING
Do not install these built-in VentFree fireboxes in sleeping quarters,
or in recreational vehicles.
Do not install these appliances:
• Where curtains, furniture, clothing or other flammable objects
are less than 42" from the front of
the Vent-Free room heater.
• In high traffic areas.
• In windy or drafty areas.
• Minimize modifications to existing construction. See Figure 1 for location suggestions.
Figure 2
Ceiling clearance: The ceiling must be at
least 40" from the top of the firebox opening
(Figure 2 ).
RECOMMENDATION: Use high temperature
finish material for the mantels and/or use
the canopy (for UVFRC-3628, UVFRC-3628H, UVFRC-4228 & UVFRC-4228-H).
CAUTION
Do not use a blower insert, heat
exchanger insert or other accessory not approved for use with this
fireplace.
Optional
Hearth
Extension
Noncombustible material: Noncombustible
materials, such as slate and marble, must be
at least 1/2" thick and may be used without
restriction above the firebox opening, to the
sides or as a hearth extension, so long as
they do not obstruct vent openings for heat
circulating models.
• Never obstruct the front opening of the
Vent-Free firebox or restrict the flow of
combustion and ventilation air.
WARNING
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WARNINGS
• Location should be out of high traffic areas
and away from furniture and draperies due
to heat from firebox.
Do not install in the vicinity where
gasoline or other flammable liquids
may be stored. The Vent-Free firebox must be kept clear and free from
these combustible materials.
40"
Not to Scale
Combustible Wall Clearance
Above Appliance (all models)
Figure 1
Finished Wall
Clearances
Ensure the minimum clearances shown in
Figures 2 through 6 are maintained. Left and
right clearances are determined when facing
the front of the firebox.
Follow these instructions carefully to ensure safe
installation. Failure to follow these requirements
may create a fire hazard.
Sidewall clearances: The sides of the firebox
opening must be at least 16" from any combustible wall (Figure 2 ).
Non-Combustible
Material 3" Min.
(shaded area)
Shown with Canopy
Installed (required on
UVF-36 only)
NOTE: DIAGRAMS & ILLUSTRATION ARE NOT TO SCALE.
Top of Appliance
Fireplace
Opening
Figure 3
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Header
Top StandOff Spacer
(on appliance)
Combustible Mantel and Trim Clearance
Combustible Mantel and Trim Clearance
Model UVF-36 WITH Canopy Installed
Models UVFRC-3628 and UVFRC-4228 WITHOUT Canopy Installed
Canopy is required on all installations for this model only.
Canopy is optional on these models
Safe Zone
Safe Zone
Combustible Mantel
and Trim
Combustible Mantel
and Trim
18”
24”
17”
23”
16”
22”
15”
21”
Combustible
Material (wall)
Coordinate
in ()Example
14”
20”
13”
Combustible
Material (wall)
18”
12”
11”
Header
17”
Header
10”
Top Spacer
on Appliance
16”
Top Spacer
on Appliance
9”
8” 7“ 6”
5” 4”
Non-Combustible
Material 3” Min.
3”
Example
Example
19”
Coordinate
in ()Example
10” 9”
8” 7” 6”
Non-Combustible
Material 3” Min.
Example
Top of Appliance
Top of Appliance
Example
Top of Firebox Opening
Canopy
Top of Firebox Opening
Screen
Screen
EXAMPLE:
If you choose to install a mantel that projects 5", you will need to
install it so that the bottom of the mantel and trim is approximately 13" or more
above Firebox opening (see coordinate in shaded area above).
EXAMPLE: If you choose to install a mantel that projects 7", you will need to install it
so that the bottom of the mantel and trim is approximately 19" or more above Firebox
opening (see coordinate in shaded area above).
Figure 4
Figure 6
Combustible Mantel and Trim Clearance
Models UVFRC-3628 and UVFRC-4228 WITH Canopy Installed
Canopy is optional on these models
Noncombustible material (minimum requirements) with wood mantel or
other combustible projections: To install the firebox with a wood mantel,
shelf or other combustible projection above firebox opening. Refer to
Figures 4, 5 & 6.
Safe Zone
WARNING
Combustible Mantel
and Trim
16”
15”
Coordinate
in ()Example
14”
Combustible
Material (wall)
13”
12”
The canopy must be in place to be in compliance with
the clearances specified in Figures 4 & 5. Do not remove
or replace canopy, only use canopy supplied or offered
for these fireboxes (see Pages 16 & 17). Do not use any
canopy which may be provided with the decorative type
Vent-Free room heater.
Header
Example
11”
Top Spacer
on Appliance
10”
9-1/2”
6”
5”
4” 3”
2”
Non-Combustible
Material 3” Min.
Top of Appliance
If your mantel profile is unsafe, you may either:
• Raise the mantel to an acceptable
height, or
• Remove the mantel.
Example
Top of Firebox Opening
Canopy
Screen
EXAMPLE: If you choose to install a mantel that projects 4", you will need to install it
so that the bottom of the mantel and trim is approximately 13" or more above Firebox
opening (see coordinate in shaded area above).
Floor clearance: These fireplaces may sit directly on a combustible surface.
The appliance should be mounted on a fully supported base extending the
full width and depth of the unit. The appliance may be located on or near
conventional construction materials. However,
if installed on combustible materials, such as carpeting, vinyl tile, etc., a metal
or wood barrier covering the entire bottom surface must be used.
Figure 5
NOTE: DIAGRAMS & ILLUSTRATION ARE NOT TO SCALE.
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ASSEMBLY STEPS
Consult all local codes.
Notes:
• Illustrations shown in this manual reflect
“typical” installations with nominal dimensions and are for design and framing reference only. Actual installations may vary due
to individual design preferences. However,
always maintain minimum clearances to
combustible materials and do not violate any
specific installation requirements. Refer to
the Framing Specifications Figures on Page
11.
Properly size and route the gas supply line
from the supply regulator to the area where the
appliance is to be installed per requirements
outlined in the National Fuel Gas Code, NFPA
54 - latest edition (USA) or B149 - latest edition
(Canada). Never use galvanized or plastic pipe.
Gas lines must be routed, constructed and made
of materials that are in strict accordance with
local codes and regulations. We recommend
that a qualified individual such as a plumber
or gas fitter be hired to correctly size and route
the gas supply line to the appliance. Installing
a gas supply line from the fuel supply to the
appliance involves numerous considerations of
materials, protection, sizing, locations, controls,
pressure, sediment, and more. Certainly no one
unfamiliar and unqualified should attempt sizing
or installing gas piping.
• The following steps represent the normal
sequence of installation. Each installation
is unique, however, and might require a
different sequence.
Step 1. Position firebox prior to framing or
into prepared framing.
Step 2. Field wire the main power supply to
the appliance if a blower kit is to be installed
(at the time of installation or a later date).
An optional junction box kit and blower kit is required (see Page 15 for ordering information).
Follow the installation and wiring instructions on
Pages 12 through 14). Electrical connections
should only be performed by an experienced,
licensed/certified tradesman.
Step 3. Plumb gas line. (Gas connections
should only be performed by an experienced,
licensed/certified tradesman).
Step 4. Install decorative type Vent-Free room
heater per the instructions provided with the
Vent-Free room heater.
Step 5. Complete finish wall material, surround and optional hearth extension to your
individual taste.
INSTALLATION
Install 1/2" min. to 1-1/2" max. inside diameter
approved gas line through the firebox wall for
connection to the Vent-Free room heater inside
the firebox. Connect the gas line before the
firebox is enclosed in the finished wall. Gas line
holes and other openings should be caulked with
high temperature caulk or stuffed with unfaced
fiberglass insulation.
Ensure that a sediment trap is installed in the
existing gas line, if not, install a sediment trap
upstream of the heater to prevent moisture
and contaminants from passing through trap
to the heater controls and burners. Failure to
do so could prevent the heater from operating
reliably.
An external regulator must be used on all propane (L.P.G). heaters, in addition to the regulator
fitted to the heater, to reduce the supply tank
pressure to 13" W.C. (maximum). Any copper
tubing used to supply propane (L.P.G). from
the tank must be internally tinned.
WARNING
Gas Line Installation
CAUTION
Plumbing connections should
only be performed by a qualified,
licensed plumber. Main gas supply
must be off when plumbing gas
line to fireplace or performing
service.
8
Remove the gas line access cover plate on either
the left or right side of the fireplace (see Figure
8 showing locations).
Check Gas Type: The gas supply
must be the same as stated on the
heater’s rating plate. If the gas
supply is different, DO NOT INSTALL
the heater. Contact your dealer for
the correct model.
IMPORTANT
Hold heater regulator with a wrench
to prevent movement when connecting to inlet piping.
WARNING
Connecting directly to an unregulated propane (L.P.G). tank can
cause an explosion.
IMPORTANT
Pack unfaced fiberglass insulation
material (not provided) around the
gas line access hole on appliance
and all exterior gas line penetration holes.
TEST ALL CONNECTIONS FOR GAS LEAKS
(FACTORY AND FIELD)
Test all gas joints from the gas meter to the
gas heater regulator for leaks using a gas leak
test solution (also referred to as bubble leak
solution).
Note: Using a soapy water solution as a leak
detection solution is not recommended because
the soap residue that is left on the pipes/fittings
can result in a false-positive leak detection reading
if a gas leak sniffer is used. Soap residue can also
result in corrosion over time.
DO NOT USE AN OPEN FLAME TO CHECK
FOR LEAKS.
Leak Test Procedure:
Turn on gas supply and test for gas leaks using
a gas leak test solution.
A. Light the appliance (refer to the lighting
instructions label provided with gas logs).
B. Brush all joints and connections with the gas
leak detection solution. If bubbles are formed,
or gas odor is detected, turn the gas control
knob (off/pilot/on) to the “OFF” position. Either
tighten or refasten the leaking connection, then
retest as described above.
C. When the gas lines are tested and found to
be leak free, rinse off the leak testing solution
from gas line fittings.
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Firebox Framing
Construct firebox framing following Figures
9 through 11 and Table 1 on Page 11 for
your specific installation requirements. Refer to
Figure 8 on Page 10 for firebox dimensions.
The firebox may be installed directly on a
combustible floor or raised on a platform of
an appropriate height. Do not place firebox on
carpeting, vinyl or other soft floor coverings. It
may, however, be placed on flat wood, plywood,
particle board, metal or other hard surfaces
which extend the full width and depth of the
enclosure. Be sure firebox rests on a solid
continuous floor or platform with appropriate
framing for support and so that no cold air can
enter room from under the firebox.
CAUTION
Do not block the heat-circulating
air inlets and outlets on these
fireboxes. Doing so may create a
potential fire hazard.
The firebox may be positioned and then the
framing built around it, or the framing may
be constructed and the firebox positioned into
the opening.
Usually, no special floor support is needed for
the firebox, however, to be certain:
1. Estimate the total weight of the firebox
system and surround materials such as
marble, brick, stone, etc., to be installed
(see Product Referance Table on Page 10
for appliance weight).
3. Note the floor construction, i.e. 2" x 6", 2" x
8" or 2" x 10", single or double joists, type
and thickness of floor boards.
Note: The nailing flange and the area directly
behind the nailing flange is exempt from the
clearances described on the firebox clearance
label.
4. Use this information and consult your local building code to determine if you need
additional support.
Step 4. To safely operate the heater with consideration of the mantel clearances the canopy
must be installed (Model UVF-36 Only).
If you plan to raise the firebox, build the platform assembly then position firebox on top.
Secure the platform to the floor to prevent
possible shifting.
Firebox Installation
Step 1. Frame these appliances as illustrated in
Figures 9 through 11. All framing details must
allow for a minimum clearance to combustible
framing members as shown in Figures 2
through 6. Also refer to appliance specifications
on Page 10 . Headers may be in direct contact
with the appliance top spacers but must not
be supported by them or notched to fit around
them. All construction above the appliance must
be self supporting, DO NOT USE THE APPLIANCE FOR STRUCTURAL SUPPORT.
IMPORTANT
Under no circumstances shall the
firebox top spacers be removed
or modified (see Figure 8). The
header may be in direct contact
with the top spacers but must not
be supported by them or notched to
fit around them.
Top Spacer
Note: The framed depth from a framed wall,
must always be measured from a finished
surface. If a wall covering such as drywall is
to be attached to the rear wall, then the depth
must be measured from the drywall surface. It
is important that this dimension be exact.
8d Nail
Step 2. Level the firebox by checking the top
edge of the firebox. Shim if necessary.
Step 3. Fireplace should be secured to side
framing members using the full length nailing
tabs at the top and bottom of the fireplace front
face. Use 8d nails (see Figure 7).
Figure 7
2. Measure the square footage of the floor
space to be occupied by the system and
surrounds.
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SPECIFICATIONS
Dimensions - Inches (millimeters)
Model No.
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
J
K
L
M
N
P
*Q
UVF-36
36
(914)
24
(610)
41-3/4
(1061)
37-1/4
(946)
23-1/2
(597)
20
(508)
3
(76)
7-3/8
(187)
15-7/8
(403)
7-1/2
(190)
11-15/16
(303)
1-5/16
(33)
5-1/2
(140)
30-5/16
(770)
29-5/8
(753)
UVFRC-3628 &
UVFRC-3628-H
36
(914)
28
(711)
41-3/4
(1061)
41-1/4
(1048)
23-1/2
(597)
20
(508)
3
(76)
8-3/8
(213)
15-7/8
(403)
7-1/2
(190)
11-15/16
(303)
1-5/16
(33)
5-1/2
(140)
34-5/16
(872)
33-5/8
(854)
UVFRC-4228 &
UVFRC-4228-H
42
(1067)
28
(711)
47-3/4
(1213)
41-1/4
(1048)
29-1/2
(749)
20
(508)
3
(76)
8-3/8
(213)
15-7/8
(403)
7-1/2
(190)
11-15/16
(303)
1-5/16
(33)
5-1/2
(140)
34-5/16
(872)
33-5/8
(854)
Product Reference Information
Cat. No.
Model
Ship. Weight (lbs)
* A canopy comes standard and is required for model UVF-36. The factory-supplied canopy must be installed on the firebox for safe operation
for model UVF-36 in all installations. This part is optional for models
UVFRC-3628, UVFRC-3628-H, UVFRC-4228 & UVFRC-4228-H.
Shipping Volume
H1957
UVF-36
150 lbs
20 Cu. Ft.
H1953
UVFRC-3628
200 lbs
22 Cu. Ft.
H1954
UVFRC-3628-H
200 lbs
22 Cu. Ft.
H1955
UVFRC-4228
230 lbs
26 Cu. Ft.
H1956
UVFRC-4228-H
230 lbs
26 Cu. Ft.
E
Junction Box
F
N
Top View
M
Top Stand-Off
Spacers (4
places)
1 (25)
7-1/16
(179)
Top of Firebox
Opening
3-9/16
(90)
G
* Canopy
B
Gas Line
Access Both Sides
D
P *Q
Bottom of
Firebox
Opening
Top of Bottom
Refractory
J
6-3/16
(157)
5-3/4
(146)
K
L
A
C
Right Side View
Front View
Figure 8
10
H
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Access Opening for Junction
Box - Right Side Only
(remove the knock-out
before installing J-Box).
J-Box / Electrical Kit is not
provided with appliance.
FRAMING SPECIFICATIONS
Framing Dimensions
Corner Installation
Opening
UVF-36
UVFRC-3628 &
UVFRC-3628-H
UVFRC-4228 &
UVFRC-4228-H
A
42-1/4" (1073)
42-1/4" (1073)
48-1/4" (1226)
B
40-1/4" (1022)
44-1/4" (1124)
44-1/4" (1124)
C
23-9/16" (599)
23-9/16" (599)
29-9/16" (751)
D
11-1/4" (286)
11-1/4" (286)
14-1/4" (362)
E
63-1/2" (1613)
63-1/2" (1613)
69-1/2" (1765)
F
31-3/4" (807)
31-3/4" (807)
34-3/4" (883)
G
20-1/2"( 521)
20-1/2"( 521)
20-1/2"( 521)
H
44-3/16" (1122)
44-3/16" (1122)
49-1/8" (1248)
Back Wall Of Chase/Enclosure
Including Finishing Materials
If Any
This Figure corresponds to Table 1
D
F
H
G
C
A
Table 1 - This Table corresponds to Figures 9, 10 & 11
E
Rough Framing Face
(Unfinished Shown)
Figure 10
Parallel Installation
Rough Framing Face
(Unfinished Shown)
Back Wall Of Chase/Enclosure
Including Finishing Materials If Any
C
Header
G
This Figure corresponds to Table 1
B
A
Figure 9
A
Figure 11
This Figure corresponds to Table 1
Canopy Kit Installation (see ordering information on Page 16)
NOTE: A canopy comes standard and is required for model UVF-36.
The factory-supplied canopy must be installed on the firebox for safe
operation for model UVF-36 in all installations (this part is optional
for other models). See Figure 13.
These canopy kits are design to be fitted to the face of the appliance
directly above the firebox opening. In addition to providing an aesthetically pleasing appearance to your appliance, the canopy reduces heat
effects to decorative mantels and finish materials located directly above
the fireplace and reduces the Mantel / Trim clearances (see Figures 4,
5 & 6 on Page 7).
Removing Screens & Rods:
Remove screws (see dotted
lines). Pull out rods from
locating holes on side of firebox
opening.
Reinstalling Screens & Rods:
Insert rods into corresponding
locating holes on sides of firebox
opening, then reinstall screws
as shown.
Please read this entire manual and understood thoroughly before proceeding
with the installation of these kits.
Step 1. Using a 5/16" nut driver or socket, remove the screen and rod
assemblies as shown in Figure 12.
Step 2. Align the canopy with the holes in the side frames as shown in
Figure 13. Install three screws as shown in Figure 13. Make
sure canopy is level and secure.
Step 3. Reinstall screen and rod assemblies (see Figure 12).
Figure 12
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IMPORTANT
Figure 13
OPTIONAL EQUIPMENT
Blower Kits
The FBK-100 Blower Kits are used when
a wall-mounted ON/OFF blower switch is
desired, and the FBK-200 Blower Kits are
used when a wall-mounted variable speed
blower control (rheostat) is desired. A Junction
Box / Electrical Kit is also required to install these
kits (purchased separately - see Page 15).
* The Junction Box / Electrical Kit is not included.
See Page 15 for ordering information.
Figure 15
Electrical connections should
only be performed by a qualified,
licensed electrician. Main power
must be off when connecting to
main electrical power supply or
performing service.
* Wall-mounted ON/
OFF Blower Switch
or Variable Speed
Control Switch.
HOT SIDE OF
RECEPTACLE
Black
Blower Motor
NEUTRAL
SIDE OF
RECEPTACLE
Grounded
to Appliance
The installation instructions for installing these
blower kits are on Pages 12 through 14. Also see
the installation instructions provided with the
blower kits (Form #750,028M). For electrical
requirements, refer to Figures 14, 15 & 16.
Tab
Intact
Junction
Box
Plug blower
into this
receptacle
Motor Plug
Green
Ground
Screw
Field Wired
Factory Wired
Blower
Receptacle
Ground
120V
Appliance Junction Box
Note: If any of the original wire as supplied must be
replaced, it must be replaced with type AWM 105
degree C - 14 gage wire.
Figure 14
*An ON/OFF Wall Switch is used with the FBK-100 kit
(field provided or sold separately - order P/N 85L87); A
Variable Speed Control (provided) is used with the FBK200 kit. The installation of these kits also require a
Junction Box / Electrical Kit, not included. See Page
15 for ordering information.
Note: If any of the original wire as supplied must be
replaced, it must be replaced with type AWM 105
degree C - 14 gage wire.
Figure 16
12
120V, 60HZ,
1PH BLOWER
CONTROL CIRCUIT
WIRING
CAUTION
The blower is installed beneath the firebox.
Room air is drawn in through the side slots
of the fireplace, heated as it passes across the
firebox, and discharged through the upper area
of the firebox opening.
If the blower kit is to be installed at the time of
installation or at a later date, the main power
supply must be installed at the time of installation. This will require that the electrical
connections must be made BEFORE the firebox
is framed and enclosed in the finished walls.
Route a 3-wire, 120 VAC, 60 Hz, 1 ph power
supply and connect to electrical receptacle wires
and wall switch or rheostat.
Blower
120 VAC Black
Side View
The appliance must be electrically
grounded in accordance with local
codes or, in the absence of local
codes, the national electrical code,
ANSI/NFPA 70-(latest edition). (In
Canada, the current CSA C22-1
Canadian Electrical Code).
* Junction Box
Bend blower mounting
tabs up to secure
Tie a loose knot in power
blower in place
cord to take up slack
Ground - Green
Neutral - White
Canopy
The Ground Lead must be connected
to the green screw (located on the
junction box). Failure to do this
could result in an electrical short or
shock injury.
Top View
* Electrical Outlet
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Installation Instructions FBK-100 or FBK 200 Blower Kits and JBK Junction Box Kit
Cover Plate
J-Box &
Receptacle
IMPORTANT
All electrical wiring must be performed by licensed Electricians. Electrical wiring must comply with the National
Electrical Code ANSI/ NFPA 70 - latest edition
Step 1. Follow the instructions below for the model you are installing:
Remove knock-out
(strain relief bushing
presses into this hole
around romex wires
- see Step 8 on Page
14).
Model UVF-36:
Screw
Using a screwdriver remove the screw from the blower access panel
as shown in Figure 18. Slide the panel to the right until the flange
clears the opening. Remove the panel and set aside.
Strain Relief Bushing
Figure 19 - Junction Box Kit (all models)
Models UVFRC-3628, UVFRC-3628-H, UVFRC-4228 & UVFRC-4228-H:
Lift out the bottom refractory panel (see Figure 17).
Step 2. Remove the rectangular knock-out (for J-Box) on the right side
of unit (see Figure 8 for location). Install the Junction Box & Electrical
outlet below the firebox floor into the rectangular opening on the right
side cabinet panel where you removed the knock-out (see Figures 20 &
21). The Junction Box / Electrical Kit is sold separately (see Page 15 for
ordering information).
J-Box & Electrical Outlet
J-Box Flange
Firebox
floor
Note: Pass the wires through the hole, then squeeze the J-Box
flanges together to fit into opening.
Step 3. Loosely tie a knot in the power cord to take up slack (see Figure
22).
Step 4. Locate the tabs shown in Figure 23. Position the blower assembly
so that the tabs (located on the cabinet base) are seated in the notches of
the blower bracket. Bend the tabs over to secure the blower assembly (see
Figure 24).
Install into side wall rectanular opening
Figure 20 - Model UVFRC-4228 Shown
J-Box Flanges
Right Outside Cabinet Panel
Step 5. Plug power cord into the electrical outlet as illustrated in Figure 15.
Lift Out Bottom Refractory Panel
J-Box &
Electrical
Outlet
Wires
Models: UVFRC-3628,
UVFRC-3628-H, UVFRC-4228
& UVFRC-4228-H
Figure 17
Firebox
floor
Screw
Blower
Access
Panel
Remove screw, then lift out blower access panel.
Figure 18 - Model UVF-36
Figure 21
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Step 8. Ensure that power supply wires are NOT "live" before making
these connections). Install J-Box Cover Plate as follows:
Feed the * Romex wires (or other equivalent plastic insulated wire
- Refer ANSI/NFPA 70 - National Electrical Code - Latest Edition)
through the J-Box Cover retangular opening, then connect to the
J-box wires. The strain relief bushing should be pressed into the
knock-out on J-box cover around the Romex (this will provide
protection to the wires and prevents strain against connections
from J-box). See Wiring Diagram - Figure 16. Install the cover
plate over J-Box opening on appliance as shown in Figure 25.
Model UVFRC-4228 Shown
Firebox
floor
Note: Wire connections should be positioned inside of the appliance.
Loose knot in power
cord to take up slack
* Romex is a plastic insulated wire from power supply - sometimes called
non-metallic sheath.
Figure 22
Model UVFRC-4228
Right Side Panel of Firebox
Cabinet Base
J-Box opening
on appliance
Locating Tabs
Use screw provided and
secure in place as shown
Figure 23 - UVFRC-4228 Shown
Screw
The notched side of
cover plates goes inside
firebox panel
Cover Plate
Figure 25 - Installing J-box Cover Plate - All Models
Step 9. Follow the instructions below for the kit you are installing:
FBK-100 Kits - Install a field-provided (or P/N 85L87) ON/OFF wall
switch in a convenient location on a wall, near the fireplace.
Bend Locating Tabs Over
(into notches)
FBK-200 Kits - Install the kit-provided variable speed control (rheostat) in a convenient location on a wall, near the fireplace.
Figure 24 - UVFRC-4228 Shown
Step 10. Follow the instructions below for the model you are installing:
Step 6. Route a 3-wire, 120 VAC, 60 Hz, 1 ph power supply to the right
side of appliance.
Step 7. Locate the J-Box cover (provided in J-Box Kit). Remove the round
knock-out (see Figure 19).
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Model UVF-36:
Reinstall the blower access panel that was removed on Step 1 (see
Figure 18).
Models UVFRC-3628, UVFRC-3628-H, UVFRC-4228 & UVFRC-4228-H:
Reinstall the bottom refractory panel that was removed on Step 1
(see Figure 17).
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APPROVED ACCESSORIES AND
COMPONENTS
FIREBOX FINISHES
There are a wide variety of “finished looks” for your built-in Vent-Free firebox from formal wall
decor with elaborate mantels to rustic wood paneling or warm brick facings.
Only noncombustible materials like marble, stone, tile, brick, etc. may overlap the black front
facing. Seal all joints between the black facing and wall surrounds to prevent air intrusion. Use
noncombustible caulking material only to seal the black metal facing to the surround material on
the finished wall. See Figures 3 & 26.
Raised Hearth Extension
A hearth extension may be used but is not required for these appliances. A raised hearth extension
may be used as shown in Figure 26.
Decorative Arch Screen Panel Kit
This attractive screen door is easy to install and
enhances the appearance of the appliance.
Combustible Wall
Decorative Screen Door Panel Kit
Cat. No.
Non-Combustible Wall
(see Figure 4)
Model
Where Used
H1959
ASD3624-TI
H1960
ASD3628-TI
UVF-36
UVFRC-3628 & UVFRC-3628-H
H1961
ASD4228-TI
UVFRC-4228 & UVFRC-4228-H
(ref. Form # 750,209M)
Fireplace Opening
Decorative Volcanic Stone
Cat. No.
Model No.
Description
80L42
FDVS
Bag of Volcanic Stone
(ref. Form #750,010M)
Decorative Volcanic Stone
The decorative volcanic stone, Model FDVS,
can be used to enhance the look of your appliance. Order model FDVS for replacement
of stone when needed. Spread the decorative
volcanic stone evenly around the bottom of
the firebox.
Raised Hearth Extension
(combustibles allowed.
No carpet or vinyl)
Firebox Floor
5-3/4" Max.*
* From Base to
Bottom of Firebox
Opening (floor)
Combustible Platform
Base
SIDE VIEW
Junction Box / Receptical Kit
Figure 26 - Raised Hearth Extension
Cat. No.
H1958
Model No.
Description
JBK
Junction Box / Electrical Kit
(ref. Form #750,203M)
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APPROVED ACCESSORIES AND
COMPONENTS
The variable speed control
rheostat is included with
FBK-200 models only
* Forced Air Blower Kits
Cat.
No.
Model No.
80L84
FBK-100
Blower, Standard
(single speed)
80L85
FBK-200
Blower, Variable Speed
(w/wall-mounted switch)
94L89
FBK-100-36
Blower, Standard, 36 Pack
94L90
FBK-200-36
Blower Kit - Variable Speed
with Wall Switch 36 Pack
Charcoal Canopy
Cat. #
Model
Models Where Used
H1989
FC36
UVFRC-3628, UVFRC-3628-H
(UVF-36 standard part)
H1990
FC42
UVFRC-4228 & UVFRC-4228-H
(ref. Form #750,195M)
An ON/OFF wall switch can be used
with the FBK-100 models (field
supplied or order P/N 85L87 Wall
Switch Kit, shown below)
Description
(ref. Form # 750,028M)
* The installation of these kits also require a Junction Box / Electrical
Kit, not included. See ordering information below
Blower Kit
The FBK-100 blower provides for a constant velocity forced air circulation feature for your appliance. The FBK-200 assembly with variable speed wall switch provides a forced air circulation
feature for your appliance.
PA I N T
Outside Air Gate & Duct Kit
Cat. No.
Model No.
Description
H3991
OAK-UVFRC
Outside Air Gate & Duct Kit
Touch-Up Paint Kit
ON/OFF Wall Switch Kit
Repair of minor scratches and
discoloration of the appliance
charcoal painted surfaces may be
accomplished with the touch-up
paint kit.
The ON/OFF wall switch kit
may be used to control the
blower operation, if FBK100 blower kit is installed.
Install the ON/OFF wall
switch in a convenient
location near the fireplace.
(ref. Form #750,206M)
Outside Air Gate & Duct Kit
These kits have an air gate assembly, 4" diameter duct and a termination hood. The air gate
allows adjustment of the amount of outside air
delivered to the fire for combustion. Only one
kit, located on the right side of the fireplace,
is required.
Touch-Up Paint Kits
Cat. No.
Model No.
90L74
TPK-C
Description
Touch-Up Paint (Charcoal)
White Wall Switch Kit
Cat. No.
Model No.
Description
85L87
FWSK
ON/OFF Wall Switch Kit
(ref. Form # 504,216M)
(ref. Form #850,021M)
SERENE HEAT ® VENT-FREE GAS LOG SETS - MANUAL / PIEZO IGNITION, STANDING PILOT
Cat. #
Model
Description
BTU/hr Input
Models Where Used
H2053
SHGL-18MN-R
18” Vent-Free Gas Log Set, Natural
25,000 - 36,000
UVF-36, UVFRC-3628 & UVFRC-3628-H
H2054
SHGL-18MP-R
18” Vent-Free Gas Log Set, Propane
27,000 - 36,000
UVF-36, UVFRC-3628 & UVFRC-3628-H
H2055
SHGL-24MN-R
24” Vent-Free Gas Log Set, Natural
26,000 - 39,000
UVF-36, UVFRC-3628 & UVFRC-3628-H
H2056
SHGL-24MP-R
24” Vent-Free Gas Log Set, Propane
31,000 - 39,000
UVF-36, UVFRC-3628 & UVFRC-3628-H
(ref. Form #903,623M)
VENT-FREE GAS LOG SETS - MANUAL / PIEZO IGNITION, STANDING PILOT
16
Cat. #
Model
Description
BTU/hr Input
H2126
VFGL18-MSN-4
18” Vent-Free Gas Log Set, Natural
14,000 - 25,000
UVF-36, UVFRC-3628 & UVFRC-3628-H
H2127
VFGL18-MSP-4
18” Vent-Free Gas Log Set, Propane
14,000 - 25,000
UVF-36, UVFRC-3628, UVFRC-3628-H
H2128
VFGL24-MSN-4
24” Vent-Free Gas Log Set, Natural
17,000 - 32,000
UVF-36, UVFRC-3628 & UVFRC-3628-H
H2129
VFGL24-MSP-4
24” Vent-Free Gas Log Set, Propane
17,000 - 32,000
UVF-36, UVFRC-3628 & UVFRC-3628-H
H2130
VFGL28-MSN-4
28” Vent-Free Gas Log Set, Natural
17,000 - 32,000
UVFRC-4228 & UVFRC-4228-H
H2131
VFGL28-MSP-4
28” Vent-Free Gas Log Set, Propane
17,000 - 32,000
UVFRC-4228 & UVFRC-4228-H
NOTE: DIAGRAMS & ILLUSTRATION ARE NOT TO SCALE.
Models Where Used
REPLACEMENT PARTS
An exploded view of the firebox with numbered parts and a replacement parts list can be found on the Page. Normally, all parts should be ordered
through your distributor or dealer. Parts will be shipped at prevailing prices at time of order.
When ordering repair parts, always give the following information:
1. The *model number of the firebox.
2. The *serial number of the firebox.
3. The part number.
4. The description of the part.
5. The quantity required.
6. The installation date of the firebox.
* Note: The model and serial number can be found on the rating label located on the bottom left front corner of the appliance.
If you encounter any problems or have any questions concerning the installation of a Vent-Free heater in this system, please contact your distributor
or dealer or visit our website at www.lennox.com..
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UVF-36
No.
Description
Gas Fireplace Assembly
Part No.
UVFRC-3628
Qty.
Part No.
UVFRC-3628-H
Qty.
Part No.
Qty.
UVFRC-4228
UVFRC-4228-H
Part No.
Qty.
Part No.
Qty.
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1.
Firescreen
H3814
2
H3820
2
H3820
2
H3827
2
H3827
2
2.
Rod, Screen
H3815
2
H3815
2
H3815
2
H3828
2
H3828
2
3a.
Refractory, Left
H3809
1
H3817
1
H3822
1
H3817
1
H3830
1
3b.
Refractory, Right
H3810
1
H3816
1
H3821
1
H3816
1
H3829
1
4.
Refractory, Rear
H3811
1
H3819
1
H3823
1
H3824
1
H3831
1
5.
Refractory, Bottom
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H3818
1
H3818
1
H3825
1
H3825
1
6.
Canopy
H1989
1
H1989
1
H1989
1
H1990
1
H1990
1
NOTE: DIAGRAMS & ILLUSTRATION ARE NOT TO SCALE.
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NOTE: DIAGRAMS & ILLUSTRATION ARE NOT TO SCALE.
NOTES
NOTE: DIAGRAMS & ILLUSTRATION ARE NOT TO SCALE.
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The manufacturer reserves the right to make changes at any time, without notice, in design, materials, specifications, prices and also to discontinue colors, styles and products.
Consult your local distributor for fireplace code information.
Printed in U.S.A. © 2006 by LHP
P/N 700,032M REV. B 05/2006
LHP
1110 West Taft Avenue • Orange, CA 92865
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