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Vogelzang International Shiloh TR002 Instruction manual
THE SHILOH™
HIGH-EFFICIENCY WOODSTOVE
EPA Certified (4.21 grams/hr)
Model TR002 Owners Manual
(save this manual for future reference)
READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY
BEFORE INSTALLING OR OPERATING
THIS STOVE.
FAILURE TO FOLLOW INSTRUCTIONS
MAY RESULT IN PROPERTY DAMAGE,
BODILY INJURY, OR EVEN DEATH.
This stove meets U.S. Test Standard:
REFER TO MARKINGS ON
STOVE LABELS FOR
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION.
DO NOT USE THIS STOVE IN A
MOBILE HOME, MANUFACTURED HOME,
TENT OR TRAILER – NO EXCEPTIONS!
UL 1482-1996
NOTE: INSTALLATION MUST BE
COMPLETED BY A QUALIFIED
HEATING EQUIPMENT INSTALLER!
SAFETY NOTICE: IF THIS STOVE IS NOT PROPERLY INSTALLED, A HOUSE/BUILDING FIRE
MAY RESULT. FOR YOUR SAFETY, CONTACT LOCAL BUILDING OR FIRE OFFICIALS ABOUT
PERMITS, RESTRICTIONS, AND INSTALLATION REQUIREMENTS FOR YOUR AREA.
Vogelzang International Corporation
400 West 17th Street
Holland, Michigan 49423
www.vogelzang.com
Phone: 1-616-396-1911
Fax: 1-616-396-1971
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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS – READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY.
1. The installation of this stove must comply with your
local building code rulings. Please observe the
clearances to combustibles (see reference figures
10–12). Do not place fuel, furniture or any other
objects within the clearance area.
2. Verify that the stove is properly assembled and installed before firing the stove for the first time. After
reading these instructions, if you have any doubt
about your ability to complete your installation
properly, you must obtain the services of a
professional licensed installer familiar with all
aspects of safe and correct installation. DO NOT
use temporar y or makeshift compromises
during installation. There must be NO DEVIATION
OR ALTERATION OF ANY KIND from the very
specific instructions spelled out in this instruction
manual as it pertains to the installation of this
woodstove. NO EXCEPTIONS!
3. DO NOT store wood, kindling, flammable liquids
or other combustible materials in the vicinity of the
appliance. Refer to certification label on back of unit
and reference figures 10–12 in this manual.
4. DO NOT INSTALL THIS STOVE IN A MOBILE
HOME, MANUFACTURED HOME, TRAILER OR
TENT NO EXCEPTIONS! (HUD Federal Standard: 24 CFR Ch.XX).
5. DO NOT ELEVATE THIS STOVE BY ANY MEANS.
(i.e. bricks under pedestal base, cement blocks)
Stove base must set directly upon the solid-surface,
non-combustible floor as specified in this stove
instruction manual.
6. DO NOT MODIFY THIS STOVE IN ANY WAY!
Stove must be installed with pedestal stand provided and attached as shown in the instructions.
DO NOT OPERATE WITHOUT ASH DRAWER
OR ASH CLEAN OUT COVER IN PLACE – NO
EXCEPTIONS. Assemble only with original parts as
supplied and shown in this manual. DO NOT OPERATE A STOVE THAT IS MISSING ANY PARTS!
If any parts are missing or defective, please notify
the dealer or manufacturer immediately. Replace
missing, broken or worn parts with factory original
or equivalent parts only.
7. CAUTION: DO NOT ALTER COMBUSTION AIR
CONTROL RANGE TO INCREASE FIRING OR
FOR ANY REASON. Altering or tampering with air
control beyond normal capacity will create unsafe
and hazardous conditions.
8. Always connect this stove to a chimney and vent
to the outside. Never vent to a room or inside a
building. DO NOT CONNECT THIS UNIT TO A
CHIMNEY FLUE SERVING ANOTHER APPLIANCE.
9. DO NOT CONNECT A WOOD BURNING STOVE
TO AN ALUMINUM TYPE B GAS VENT. This is
not safe. Use approved masonry or an UnderwritPage 2 / TR002 SHILOH™
ers Laboratories Listed UL 103 HT (US)/ULC-S629
(CDN) Residential Type and Building Heating Appliance Chimney. Use a 6˝/152mm diameter chimney, that is high enough to give a good draft. (See
specifics in Chimney Connections instructions).
10.Be sure that your chimney is safely constructed
and in good repair. Have the chimney inspected
by the fire department or a qualified inspector. Your
insurance company should be able to recommend
a qualified inspector. Chimney connector pipe must
be in good condition. Replace if necessary before
using stove.
11. Creosote or soot may build up in the chimney connector and chimney and cause a house/building
fire. Inspect the chimney connector and chimney
twice monthly during the heating season and clean
if necessary. (see Service Hints).
12. In the event of a chimney fire, turn the air controls to
closed positions, leave the building and CALL THE
FIRE DEPARTMENT IMMEDIATELY! Have a clearly understood plan on how to handle a chimney fire
by contacting your local fire authority for information
on proper procedures in the event of a chimney fire.
After the fire is out, the chimney must be cleaned
and inspected for any stress or cracks before
starting another fire. Check the condition of any
combustibles surrounding the chimney.
13. Ashes should not be allowed to accumulate above
the top of the lower primary air orifice (LPAO, air
vent at front of firebox, just inside of door).
14. DISPOSAL OF ASHES Ashes should be placed
in a steel container with a tight fitting lid and moved
outdoors immediately. The closed container of
ashes should be placed on a noncombustible floor
or on the ground, well away from all combustible
materials, pending final disposal. If the ashes are
disposed of by burial in soil or otherwise locally
dispersed, they should be retained in the closed
container until all cinders have completely cooled.
Other waste shall not be placed in this container.
15. To prevent injury, do not allow anyone to use this
stove who is unfamiliar with the correct operation
of the stove.
16. Do not operate stove while under the influence of
drugs or alcohol.
17. DO NOT ELEVATE THE FIRE. Build fire directly on
the bottom of the firebox. This stove has not been
tested with the use of grates, andirons or other
means of elevating the fire and must not be used.
18.The special paints used on your stove may give
off some smoke and an odor while they are curing
during the first 12 to 15 fires. Additional smoke
and odor may be emitted from the light oils used
in construction of the fire box. This should disappear after a short period of time and not occur
again. Persons with lung conditions or owners of
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susceptible domestic pets (such as birds) should take
prudent precautions. Open windows and doors as
needed to clear smoke and/or odor. Paint discoloration will occur if the stove is over fired.
19. This stove has a painted surface which is durable
but it will not stand rough handling or abuse. Use
care when installing your stove. After a period of
use the firebox walls may become distorted. A slight
distortion will not affect stove operation.
20. CLEAN STOVE FREQUENTLY as soot, creosote
and ash may accumulate. Clean exterior with soap
and warm water when stove is not hot. Do not use
any acids or scouring soap, as these solvents wear
and dull the finish.
21. ALERT ALL PERSONS TO THE HAZARDS OF
HIGH SURFACE TEMPERATURES while stove is
in operation – especially young children. Keep away
from a hot stove to avoid burns or clothing ignition.
22. NEVER LEAVE SMALL CHILDREN UNSUPERVISED WHEN THEY ARE IN THE SAME ROOM
AS THE STOVE. If small children will be in the
same room as the stove during operation, provide
a sturdy barrier to keep them at a safe distance
from the stove.
23. Keep stove area clear and free from all combustible
materials, gasoline, engine oil, naphtha and other
flammable vapors and liquids.
24. WHILE TENDING THE FIRE ALWAYS WEAR
PROTECTIVE CLOTHING, fire retardant hearth
gloves and eye protection, to prevent burns.
25. NEVER OPERATE THIS STOVE WITHOUT ASH
DRAWER, ASH CLEAN OUT OR WITH THE
DOOR OPEN except when re-fueling. Such actions
can result in very dangerous operating conditions.
26. DO NOT OVER FIRE THE STOVE. Over firing
will occur if combustion air is uncontrolled as when
feed door is left open during operation. Such actions
can result in very dangerous operating conditions.
While in operation, keep the feed door closed and
secured at all times except while tending the fire
27. When adding fuel be careful not to smother the fire.
Do not build fires against glass and do not load fuel
to a height or in such a manner that it creates a
hazard when opening the door.
28. NEVER LEAVE THE STOVE UNATTENDED with
door open. Always close the door after ignition.
29. DO NOT CONNECT TO OR USE IN CONJUNCTION WITH ANY AIR DISTRIBUTION DUCT
WORK UNLESS SPECIFICALLY APPROVED
FOR SUCH INSTALLATIONS.
30. A WOOD-BURNING STOVE MUST NEVER BE
INSTALLED IN A HALLWAY OR NEAR A STAIRCASE, as it may block egress in the event of a fire.
31. DO NOT INSTALL IN A SLEEPING ROOM.
DO NOT INSTALL IN AN ALCOVE OR INSIDE A
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FIREPLACE.
32.Install at least one smoke detector on each floor
of your home. Detectors should be located away
from the heating appliance to avoid false alarms.
Detectors should be located close to sleeping areas.
Follow the smoke detectors manufacturer’s placement and installation instructions. Maintain smoke
detector per manufacturer’s instructions.
33. CARBON MONOXIDE (CO) HAZARD. A buildup
of CO fumes is toxic and can be fatal. Carbon
Monoxide is a colorless, odorless gas produced
during combustion of wood, coal, oil, gas and by
other fuel burning appliances. It is important to
have a proper draft and adequate replacement air
ventilation so fumes are drawn out the chimney.
Installed as instructed this stove is designed to
be as safe as possible yet it is recommended to
install a CO detector. Follow the manufacturer’s
recommendations for proper installation and use.
It is recommended to be placed at table-top level
(not near the ceiling) to avoid false alarms. Realize
that devices other than a stove (i.e. motor exhaust)
can trigger CO alarms.
If alarm sounds:
• Recognize the symptoms of CO poisoning (headaches, nausea & drowsiness).
• Increase ventilation (open windows & doors).
• Make sure stove doors and/or lids are closed and
secured.
• Check stove for smoking or puffing (open airflow
controls).
• Check chimney & connector pipe for leaks, blockage or down-draft conditions.
• Check CO device for false alarm.
34.All power cords and electrical appliances and/or
assemblies must be kept outside of the clearance
area shown in this manual for combustible materials.
35. Consult your municipal building department or fire
officials about restrictions, permits and installation
requirements for your area.
36. For further information on using your stove safely,
obtain a copy of the National Fire Protection
Association (NFPA) publication, “Using Coal and
Wood Stoves Safely” NFPA No. HS-10-1978. Write
NFPA, Batterymarch Park, Quincy, MA 02269.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS................................................................................ 2 – 3
TOOLS AND MATERIALS REQUIRED FOR INSTALLATION............................. 5
ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS ............................................................................... 5
LOCATING THE STOVE ....................................................................................... 7
Minimum Clearances .......................................................................... 7 – 8
INSTALLATION..................................................................................................... 9
CONNECTOR PIPE INSTALLATION.................................................................... 9
FIREBRICK ASSEMBLY ...................................................................................... 9
CHIMNEY CONNECTIONS.......................................................................... 10 –12
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
House Fire Hazards, Operating Precautions, Warnings....................... 13
Wood Types/Sizes..................................................................................... 13
Optimal Fuel Consumption..................................................................... 13
Starting a Fire, Adding Fuel.................................................................... 14
SERVICE HINTS
Creosote Formation, Prevention, Removal ........................................... 15
Chimney Draft .......................................................................................... 16
Glass Care & Replacement, Glass Gasket Replacement .................... 16
Glass Gasket Replacement .................................................................... 17
PARTS – SHILOH™ ........................................................................................... 18
PARTS – GLASS DOOR (Glass Replacement)................................................. 19
OPTIONAL F-6 BLOWER WIRING DIAGRAM................................................... 19
FLOOR PROTECTOR CALCULATIONS............................................................ 19
CHIMNEY CONNECTION SYSTEMS & CLEARANCES.................................... 20
CHIMNEY & STOVE MAINTENANCE LOG........................................................ 21
NOTE: A PROFESSIONAL, LICENSED HEATING AND COOLING CONTRACTOR MUST
BE CONSULTED IF YOU HAVE QUESTIONS
REGARDING THE INSTALLATION OF THIS
SOLID FUEL BURNING APPLIANCE.
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ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
NOTICE: Vogelzang International Corp. grants no warranty, stated or implied, for the installation or
maintenance of your wood stove and assumes no responsibility of any incidental or consequential damages.
TOOLS AND MATERIALS REQUIRED
FOR INSTALLATION
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tools
Pencil
6 foot Folding Rule or Tape Measure
Tin Snips
Drill: Hand or Electric
1/8” dia. Drill Bit (for sheet metal screws)
Screwdrivers (blade and Phillips type)
5/16 inch Nut Driver or Ratchet with 5/16 inch Socket
Safety Glasses
Gloves
materials
(NOTE: The following items are NOT included with your stove)
Flooring Protection: 36” x 48” as specified (see page 7)
Chimney Connector Pipe: 6” dia. minimum 24 MSG black or 26
MSG blue steel straight stove pipe or elbow(s) as required.
1/2” Sheet Metal Screws
Chimney: Existing 6” Code-approved Lined Masonry Chimney or
6” Inside Dia. Listed Type HT manufactured chimney.
Furnace Cement (manufacturer recommends Rutland Code 78
or equivalent)
CAUTION: STOVE IS HEAVY. MAKE SURE YOU
HAVE ADEQUATE HELP AND USE PROPER
LIFTING TECHNIQUES WHENEVER MOVING
STOVE.
2. Remove parts and hardware pack located inside
firebox.
Figure 2 – Pedestal
Assembly Hardware
sheet metal screws, 5/16˝
machine screw, lock
washer & hex nuts
Figure 3 –
Assemble
sides to base
3. Align the hole pattern of one of the pedestal sides
to the holes in the base and secure with four (4)
machine screws, lock washers and hex nuts. Assemble the opposite side to the base. (Note: Sides
are interchangable)
1. Uncrate the stove and remove all cardboard and
styrofoam packing materials and protective poly
bag. Remove pedestal base, sides, front, top, ashdrawer and ash drawer support from the carton.
(Save packing materials for further assembly.)
NOTICE: DO NOT remove ceramic blanket material
from inside stove pipe opening (Fig. 1).
Figure 4 – Attach Pedestal
Front Frame to Sides.
(Note– front goes OVER
the side panels.)
Figure 1 – DO NOT remove ceramic blanket from
inside stove pipe opening. This is NOT packing
material but an integral component of the stove
combustion system.
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4. Attach the pedestal front frame to the sides. The
pedestal front should go over (not inside of) the side
panels. Use three (3) self-tapping screws (provided
in the hardware pack) on each side to attach both
pedestal sides (#15) to the pedestal front (#17).
5. Position ash drawer support into assembled pedestal (Figure 5) and secure from rear with two (2)
machine screws, lockwashers and hex nuts. Tighten
all pedestal hardware.
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ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS . . . continued
8. Align four (4) corner mounting studs with holes in
pedestal top (Figure 7). Secure with four (4) hex
nuts.
9. Tip the stove assembly upright.
10. Set the ash drawer inside the open box formed by
the pedestal front and sides.
Figure 5 – Insert Ash Drawer Support.
Figure 8
Blower Option
11. For Optional Blower Assembly, note the position of
the blower opening in the rear of the stove.
12. Place blower gasket onto blower assembly so as
not to obstruct the air flow from the fan.
Figure 6 – Attach Pedestal Top.
(Note– Position vent orfice towards front.)
6. Position the pedestal top with the large vent hole
positioned toward the front and attach with six (6)
machine screws, lock washers and hex nuts. (See
Figure 6)
7. Place flattened carton/styrofoam packing material
on floor and carefully tip the stove body onto it’s
back.
Figure 9 – Attach Optional Blower to Stove Body
13. Mount the blower assembly to the back of the stove
aligning the fan opening to the opening in the back
of the stove. Secure with four sheet metal screws.
14. After assembly, check to make sure fire brick are
properly positioned and ash cleanout cover is in
place.
Figure 7 – Attach Pedestal to Stove Body
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LOCATING STOVE
1. The stove must be placed on solid concrete, solid
masonry, or when installed on a combustible floor,
on a Type 2 floor protector listed to UL 1618 such
as Hy-C or Imperial Model UL3648BK or equivalent
with 0.8 R-factor. (NOTE: to calculate R-value of
alternative materials see page 16). The base must
extend at least 16” beyond the front of the access
door, 6˝ to the sides, 12˝ behind and must extend
under and 2 inches beyond either side of the stove
pipe if it is elbowed towards a wall. (See figures
10 & 12 and consult local building codes and fire
protection ordinances.)
2. The stove must have its own flue. Do not connect
this unit to a chimney flue serving other appliances.
3. After observing the clearances to combustible materials (figures 10–12), locate your floor
protector accordingly (figure 10) and carefully place the stove in your selected location.
Install connector pipe, elbows, and thimble as
required, utilizing either a recently cleaned and
inspected 6” lined masonry chimney or a 6” i.d.
listed manufactured chimney.
4. Use round 6˝ dia., minimum 24 MSG black or 26
MSG blue steel stove pipe to connect the stove to
the chimney. Do not use galvanized duct pipe. Secure pipe sections with three (3) sheet metal screws
in each stove pipe and/or elbow joint to firmly hold
the pipe sections together. Do Not connect this
stove to any air distribution or duct system.
5. Recheck clearances from the stove, connector stove pipe, and cor ner clearances
using the illustrations in figures 10–12 and
your local building codes or fire protection ordinances.
NOTE: A wall faced with drywall, brick or
stone MUST be considered a combustible
surface.
6. DO NOT install this stove in a mobile home,
Manufactured Home, Tent or trailer – NO
EXCEPTIONS! (HUD Federal Standard: 24 CFR Ch.xx)
7. T h e c l e a r a n c e s p r o v i d e d a r e m i n i m u m
d i m e n s i o n s d e t e r m i n e d b y O M N I - Te s t
Laboratories, Inc. the manufacturer’s testing
agency. Installation of this stove must comply
with the latest edition of NFPA 211 for reduced
clearances and/or your local building code
rulings. Use whichever minimum dimensions are
LARGEST.
8. T h i s s t o v e m e e t s U. S . Te s t S t a n d a r d :
UL 1482-1996.
CAUTION: KEEP FURNISHINGS AND OTHER
COMBUSTIBLE MATERIALS AWAY FROM THE
STOVE.
NOTE: BEFORE FIRING WOODSTOVE SLIDE
FIREBRICKS TOWARDS THE REAR SO NO
GAPS REMAIN BETWEEN BRICKS.
continued on next page
TOP VIEW
COMBUSTIBLE CONSTRUCTION IN ACCORDANCE WITH NFPA 211
DASHED LINES SHOW HORIZONTAL CHIMNEY CONNECTOR
AND ADDITIONAL FLOOR PROTECTOR REQUIRED BENEATH
AND EXTENDING 2” BEYOUND EACH SIDE
BACKWALL
35"
12"min
12"min.
46"
SIDEWALL
15"
min.
Vogelzang
TR002
FLOOR
PROTECTOR
23"
18"
16"min.
6"min.
Fig. 10 – TOP VIEW Minimum Clearance Dimensions from Combustible Surfaces
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LOCATING STOVE continued…
Figure 11a – Front View
Minimum Clearance Dimensions
from Combustible Surfaces
Figure 11b – Side View
Minimum Clearance Dimensions
from Combustible Surfaces
Figure 12 – Top View
Minimum Corner Clearances
from Combustible Surfaces
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CONNECTOR PIPE INSTALLATION
1. The crimped end of the stovepipe fits inside the
stove flue collar. Install additional pipe and elbow
with the crimped end towards the stove. This will
allow any condensation in the flue to run back into
the firebox.
2. Horizontal pipe runs must slope upwards
towards the chimney at least 1/4” per foot of horizontal run.
3. You must have at least 18 inches of clearance
between any horizontal piping and the ceiling.
4. The pipe cannot extend into the chimney flue
(figure 13).
5. Secure pipe sections with three (3) sheet metal
screws no more than a maximum of 3˝/76mm apart
in each stove pipe and/or elbow joint to firmly hold
the pipe sections together.
6. It is recommended that no more than two (2)
90° bends be used in the stovepipe installation. The use of more than two 90° bends may
decrease the amount of draw and possibly
CORRECT
cause smoke spillage. Where possible, use only
corrugated (non adjustable) elbows. These
provide a better seal.
7. The connector pipe must not pass through an
attic or roof space, closet, or any concealed space,
floor, ceiling, wall or combustible construction. (See
Chimney Connector Systems & Clearances, page
17). A UL 103 HT Listed chimney must be used
from the first penetration of ceiling or wall to the
chimney cap.
WARNING: DO NOT USE SINGLE WALL CONNECTOR PIPE AS A CHIMNEY. DO NOT USE
GALVANIZED DUCT PIPE AS A CONNECTOR
PIPE. A HOUSE FIRE COULD RESULT.
NOTE: CHIMNEY & CONNECTOR PIPE IS NOT
INCLUDED. TO PURCHASE, VISIT YOUR LOCAL
HARDWARE, HOME OR BUILDING CENTER.
SEE “LOCATING STOVE” PAGE 7 FOR ADDITIONAL SPECIFICATIONS.
WRONG
WRONG
Figure 13 – Stovepipe/Flue Connections
FIREBRICK ASSEMBLY
A
A A A
C
B
A
J
A
A
C
A
AA
A
A
A
J
A
Fire Brick Dimensions
A-Size: 9”x41/2”x11/4”
B-Size: 9”x23/4”x11/4”
C-Size: 9”x31/4”x11/4”
J-Size: 3”x31/4”x11/4”
B
B
B
A
B
Fig.14b– Step 2,
Side Firebrick Arrangement
B
A
B
B
B
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A
A
J
A
A
A
CAUTION: NEVER OPERATE STOVE WITH
MISSING OR CRACKED FIRE BRICKS!
Four (4) A-Size
Two (2) B-Size
One (1) J-Size
Figure 14a – Step 1, Bottom Firebrick Arrangement
A
Four (4) A-Size
Two (2) B-Size
B
Firebrick extends the life of your stove and radiates
heat more evenly. Check to see that all firebricks are in
their correct positions and have not become misaligned
during shipping or assembly. If removed for ease of
locating stove, firebrick must be replaced before firing.
See diagrams, fig. 14a – 14c, for proper positioning.
Two (2) A-Size
Two (2) C-Size
Fig.14c– Step 3,
Back Firebrick Arrangement
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CHIMNEY CONNECTIONS
The stove must be connected to either a lined masonry or manufactured metal chimney built and tested
to the specifications listed on the previous pages.
Chimneys perform two functions:
1). As a means of exhausting smoke and
flue gases which are the result of fuel combustion.
2). The chimney (only) provides “draft” which allows
oxygen to be continuously introduced into the
appliance, so that proper combustion is
possible. This stove relies on natural draft to
operate.
NOTICE: Always provide a source of fresh air
into the room where the stove is located. Failure
to do so may result in air starvation of other fuel
burning appliances and the possible development
of hazardous conditions, fire or death.
Your stove does not create draft. Draft is provided
by the chimney. To achieve proper draft your chimney
must meet the three minimum height requirements
detailed in figures 16–18. A minimum of 0.05 w.c.
(measured in water column) is required for proper
drafting to prevent back puffing, smoke spillage, and to
maximize performance. (Gauges to measure draft are
readily available at stove stores and are economical to
rent or purchase.)
Factors such as wind, barometric pressure, trees,
terrain and chimney temperature can have an adverse
effect on the draft. The manufacturer cannot be held
responsible for external factors leading to less than
optimal drafting.
Should you have a problem with inadequate draft,
you should contact a licensed heating and cooling contractor for assistance in solving the problem.
MASONRY CHIMNEY
Before using an existing masonry chimney,
clean the chimney, inspect the flue liner and make
any repairs needed to be sure it is safe to use. Make
repairs before attaching the stove. The connector stove pipe and fittings you will need to connect
directly to a lined masonry chimney are shown in
figure 15.
THIMBLE
6˝/152mm
COLLAR
ROUND
24 ga. BLACK
CONNECTOR
STOVEPIPE
8˝/21cm
MIN.
LINER
BELOW
ENTRY
HOLE
CHIMNEY
FLUE
5/8" TILE
CHIMNEY
LINER
MASONRY
CHIMNEY
Figure 15 - Masonry Chimney Connection
If the connector stove pipe must go through a
combustible wall before entering the masonry chimney,
consult a qualified mason or chimney dealer. The installation must conform to local building and fire codes and
latest edition of NFPA 211.
If there is a cleanout opening in the base of the
chimney, close it tightly.
IMPORTANT Installation Points
1. Size chimney flue to stove collar. This stove requires
a 6” diameter flue.
2. Never connect this unit to a chimney serving another appliance.
3. The chimney must meet all minimum height requirements.
4. Never use a chimney to ventilate a cellar or basement.
5. C o n t a c t y o u r l o c a l b u i l d i n g a u t h o r i t y
for approved methods of installation and any
necessary permits and/or inspections.
Figure 16 - Chimney Construction
through Attic Space
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CHIMNEY CONNECTIONS continued …
MANUFACTURED CHIMNEY
Figure 17 - Chimney Construction through Roof
REFER TO CHIMNEY AND CHIMNEY CONNECTOR MAKER’S INSTRUCTIONS FOR INSTALLATION
AND USE.
Use only 6” diameter listed chimney UL 103 HT.
Chimney made to this listing is High Temperature rated
to 2100 degrees Fahrenheit. Use chimney from only one
manufacturer. Never mix brands. Carefully follow the
chimney manufacturer’s stated requirements and clearances. Use the chimney manufacturer’s attic guards,
roof supports, flashing and fire stops when passing
through a ceiling. Use a listed thimble when passing
through a combustible wall. Do not use makeshift compromises during installation. Never use a single-wall
connection pipe as a chimney!
When using a pre-existing chimney, have it’s condition and installation inspected before using. Make sure
that the chimney meets all of the UL rating requirements
listed above. Be aware that not all manufactured chimney is of the UL 103 HT type.
NOTE: It is recommended that you contact a
licensed heating and cooling contractor (consult your
local yellow pages) for chimney installation.
Manufactured chimney with the proper required UL
listing is available from most home centers, hardware
stores, and HVAC supply stores.
If you have access to the internet, you may wish
to view chimney manufacturers’ information on-line.
See, www.duravent.com, www.selkirkinc.com, or
www.mtlfab.com.
VENTING TO EXISTING FIREPLACE
Figure 18 - Chimney Connection to Firebox
through Masonry Wall
In some instances, people desire to convert an existing fireplace for stove use. Usually, safe connection to
an existing masonry chimney requires more work than
using a prefabricated chimney. The existing fireplace
must be closed and sealed at the damper with hightemperature caulk, ceramic wool, or furnace cement.
Prior to installation, clean and inspect the existing flue
and smoke shelf. Installation should be designed so
the system can be dismantled for periodic cleaning and
inspection. Before conversion, make sure the existing
chimney is structurally sound, the chimney incorporates
a flue liner and make sure it is in good condition. (A flue
liner consists of clay tile that protects the brickwork of
a chimney. If a chimney does not have a liner, or it is
damaged, have it relined by a professional. Do Not use
a chimney that is unlined or damaged!) If you have
any question regarding the condition of the chimney,
consult a qualified licensed contractor, qualified engineer, competent mason, certified Chimney Sweep,
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CHIMNEY CONNECTIONS continued …
or a knowledgable inspector. Consult your insurance
company if you cannot find a qualified expert.
CAUTION: NOT ALL FIREPLACES ARE SUITABLE FOR CONVERSION TO ACCOMMODATE
A WOOD STOVE. CHECK WITH A QUALIFIED
EXPERT.
Many prefabricated fireplaces are of the “zero-clearance fireplace” category. These consist of multilayered
metal construction. They are designed with enough
insulation and/or air cooling on the base, back and sides
so they can be safely installed in direct contact with
combustible floors and walls. Although many prefabricated fireplaces carry endorsements from nationally
recognized organizations for use as fireplaces, they
have not been tested for connection to wood stove
heaters. Connecting a stove to such a device will void
the manufacturer’s warranty.
Venting a stove directly into a fireplace does not
meet code and should not be attempted. The stove warranty will be void with such an installation. Do not create
a hazard in your home by connecting in this manner.
4. Install the stovepipe into the thimble as far as possible without extending past the flue lining (see
figures 13 & 15 on pages 9 & 10).
5. A small airspace (about 1/2”) should remain
between the stovepipe and thimble to allow for
expansion of the pipe. Seal this airspace with hightemperature caulking or ceramic wool.
6. Secure and seal the damper in the closed position using high-temp caulking, ceramic wool, or
furnace cement. Also check to see if the chimney
has a cleanout. If it does, make sure it is closed and
sealed as well. A leaky cleanout will greatly reduce
draft efficiency.
If you have any questions regarding venting your
stove, contact the manufacturer or contact the National
Fire Protection Association (NFPA) and request a copy
of the latest editions of NFPA Standard 211 and NFPA
Standard 908. Their address is:
Battery March Park, Quincy, MA 02269.
FIREPLACE INSTALLATION
Directly connecting the stovepipe into the existing
masonry chimney (figure 19 “Type A” Fireplace Conversion) of the fireplace is the only approved method of
installation. This is a complicated and involved process
and to insure safety should only by done by a qualified
installer.
1. An entry hole must be cut through the masonry and
tile liner with minimal damage to the liner. At least
8” of liner must remain below the entry position.
When locating the stove and stovepipe, all minimum
clearances must be observed from combustible
surfaces including mantels, combustible
trimwork, ceilings and walls. Positioning the center of the stove pipe entry
into the chimney 24” below the ceiling
should insure proper clearance for a 6”
stovepipe.
2. Install a metal or fire clay (5/8” minimum thickness) thimble. Make sure the
thimble is flush with the inner surface of
the chimney liner and does not protrude
into the flue (see figure 13 on page 9).
3. Secure the thimble with refractory mortar. The thimble should be surrounded
by 12” of solid unit masonry brickwork
or 24” of stone.
Figure 19 - Fireplace Conversion
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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
CAUTION: HOUSE FIRE HAZARDS
THIS STOVE IS DESIGNED TO BURN
WOOD FUEL ONLY!
• DO NOT STORE WOOD ON FLOOR PROTECTOR, UNDERNEATH STOVEPIPE OR ANYWHERE WITHIN MINIMUM CLEARANCES FROM
COMBUSTIBLE SURFACES SPECIFIED FOR
THIS STOVE.
Hardwood, 15” to 17” should be split and air dried
(seasoned), for 6 months to obtain maximum burning
efficiency. Wood should be stored in a dry, well ventilated area.
• OVERFIRING MAY CAUSE A HOUSE FIRE.
YOU ARE OVERFIRING IF A UNIT OR CHIMNEY
CONNECTOR GLOWS RED.
NOTICE: USE SOLID WOOD MATERIALS ONLY.
DO NOT BURN GARBAGE OR FLAMMABLE
FLUIDS. DO NOT USE COAL THIS STOVE IS NOT
DESIGNED TO ACCOMMODATE THE AIR FLOW
(DRAFT) NECESSARY TO PROPERLY BURN
COAL OR COAL PRODUCTS. DO NOT ELEVATE
FIRE OR USE GRATES OR ANDIRONS. BUILD
FIRE DIRECTLY ON BOTTOM OF FIREBOX.
OPERATING SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
1. NEVER OVERFIRE THIS STOVE BY BUILDING EXCESSIVELY HOT FIRES AS A HOUSE/
BUILDING FIRE MAY RESULT.YOU ARE OVERFIRING THE STOVE IF UNIT OR STOVEPIPE
BEGINS TO GLOW OR TURN RED.
2. NEVER BUILD EXTREMELY LARGE FIRES
IN THIS TYPE OF STOVE AS DAMAGE TO
THE STOVE OR SMOKE LEAKAGE MAY
RESULT
3. ON MODELS WITH GLASS DOOR, DO NOT
BUILD FIRE TOO CLOSE TO GLASS.
4. UNIT IS HOT WHILE IN OPERATION. KEEP
CHILDREN, CLOTHING, AND FURNITURE
AWAY. CONTACT MAY CAUSE SKIN BURNS.
DO NOT TOUCH THE STOVE AFTER FIRING
UNTIL IT HAS COOLED.
5. PROVIDE AIR INTO THE ROOM FOR PROPER COMBUSTION.
6. INSPECT STOVEPIPE EVERY 60 DAYS.
REPLACE IMMEDIATELY IF STOVEPIPE IS
RUSTING OR LEAKING SMOKE INTO THE
ROOM.
WARNING: EXPLOSION HAZARD
• NEVER USE CHEMICALS, GASOLINE,
GASOLINE-TYPE LANTERN FUEL, KEROSENE,
CHARCOAL LIGHTER FLUID, OR SIMILAR
FLAMMABLE LIQUIDS TO START OR “FRESHEN-UP” A FIRE IN THE STOVE.
• K E E P A L L F L A M M A B L E L I Q U I D S ,
ESPECIALLY GASOLINE, OUT OF THE
VICINITY OF THE HEATER — WHETHER IN USE
OR IN STORAGE.
OPTIMAL FUEL CONSUMPTION
This stove is designed to get the most efficient
transfer of heat energy from the wood fuel and radiate
it into your living environment. The fire box introduces
combustion air through three sources. (1) Immediately
beneath the door opening below the window is a Lower
Primary Air Orifice (LPAO). (2) The door air inlet control brings air into the firebox and controls the rate of
burn (and the amount of heat the stove radiates). (3)
The secondary air tubes at the top of the firebox are
designed to ignite the combustion gases (smoke) given
off by the burning wood and increases the efficiency of
the stove and reduces chimney emissions.
Smoke given off by burning fuel consists of very
small organic liquid droplets. If these droplets condense,
they form a sticky tar-like substance called creosote.
When operated properly, this stove is designed to burn
these droplets. Burning these droplets releases heat
that would otherwise be lost up the chimney as smoke.
Following the instructions below will help you operate
your stove properly to maximize the stove’s performance. Actual performance is dependent on chimney
height, weather, log size, wood species and moisture
content. Some experimentation will initially be required
to find that “sweet spot” where your stove performs best.
The following will give you a starting point to find your
optimum settings.
When first loading fuel set the door air inlet control
at the wide open position for at least 15–20 minutes.
When the stove is working properly you should be able
to observe secondary combustion flames above the fuel
pieces in front of the secondary air tubes at the top of
the firebox. These secondary flames should continue to
burn after the primary air inlet is reset from wide open
to the desired operating setting. If the flames do not
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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS continued . . .
continue to burn, open the air control to re-establish the
secondary flames then slowly reset the air control to the
desired setting. Initially it may take several attempts to
figure your stove out. But once you find the operating
“sweet spot” and the correct mix of procedures to get
there, only minor adjustments will be necessary.
The best indicator of a properly operating stove is
to look for smoke coming out of the chimney. You may
see steam emissions that will quickly dissipate. Smoke
will thin but continue to drift without totally disappearing.
If you do detect smoke emissions, open the air control
a little bit, let the stove adjust for 10–15 minutes and
re-check your chimney. Remember – visible smoke
represents lost heat.
firebox. TIP: If ash or coals remain in the stove,
make sure to clear them away from the Lower Primary Air Orifice (LPAO) and rake a slight (1-to-2
inch wide) trough down the center of the coal bed
from front to back prior to loading the fuel.
7. Once fuel has been loaded, close the door and
leave the air inlet control fully open until fire is well
established (at least 15–20 minutes) being careful
not to overfire (if any of the exterior parts of the
stove or chimney connections begin to glow you
are overfiring the stove).
8. Re-adjust the door air inlet control to desired burn
rate. (If excessive smoke fills the firebox, open air
inlet control slightly until flames resume and wood
is sufficiently ignited.) The basic rule of thumb is
“closed - low,” “half way open - medium” and “fully
open - high.”
NOTICE - INITIAL BURNS TO CURE PAINT
BECAUSE OF THE HIGH OPERATING
TEMPERATURES, THIS STOVE USES
A SPECIAL HIGH-TEMP PAINT WHICH ADDING FUEL
If the coal bed is not hot and glowing, rake the coals
REQUIRES A SERIES OF BURNS TO
to
the
front of the stove, close the door and adjust the air
CURE THE PAINT FOR DURABILITY AND
inlet
control
to the wide open position. Let the coals reA LIFETIME OF SERVICE.
Proper curing of the high-temp paint
requires a series of three initial burns. The stove
should be allowed to cool off between each burn.
The first two burns should be small fires and low
temperatures (250 degrees F) for a duration of
20 minutes each. The third fire should be at a
medium-high temperature (500 F to 700 F) for twenty
minutes. Provide adequate cross ventilation to clear any
smoke or odor caused by initial firings.
STARTING A FIRE
1. Set air inlet control to fully open position.
2. Open the feed door and place several wads of
crushed paper in the firebox.
3. Cover the paper with a generous amount of kindling in a teepee fashion and a few small pieces of
wood.
4. Ignite the paper and leave the door open slightly.
DO NOT LEAVE STOVE UNATTENDED WITH
DOOR OPEN!
5. Add large pieces of wood as the fire progresses
being careful not to overload. (Do not fill firebox
beyond firebrick area.) An ideal coal bed of 1 – 2”
should be established to achieve optimum performance.
6. This unit is designed to function most effectively
when air is allowed to circulate to all areas of the
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heat for 10–15 minutes. When hot and glowing, spread
them out and place your next fuel load into the stove
(make sure no coals or ashes block the LPAO). Leave
the door air inlet control in the wide open position for
15–20 minutes.
Fuel load size can vary but should be kept 1–2
inches below the secondary air tubes. Also position the
fuel to leave space so the air from the inlet can work
down between the pieces of fuel. This reduces the time
it takes for new fuel to burn properly.
1. When refueling, adjust air inlet control to the fully
open position. When fire brightens, slowly and
carefully open the door. This procedure will prevent
gases from igniting causing smoke and flame spillage.
2. Add fuel being careful not to overload or overfire
the stove.
3. When adding fuel be careful not to smother the fire.
Do not build fires against glass and make sure the
coal bed does not obstruct the air inlet.
4. Close the feed door and secure tightly.
5. Adjust the air inlet control as described above.
6. Empty ashes regularly. Do not allow ashes
to pile up (see Safety Instructions #14 on
page 2.)
7. Properly dispose of hot ashes (see Safety
Instructions, item #14 on page 2.)
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OPERATING continued . . .
8. Do not overfire the stove (overfiring is when
any par t of the stove exterior or chimney
connections glow).
CAUTION: DO NOT OVERFIRE APPLIANCE.
YOU ARE OVERFIRING IF THE CHIMNEY
CONNECTORS OR STOVE GLOWS RED. CLOSE
THE DOOR AND SHUT DAMPER IMMEDIATELY
TO REDUCE THE AIR SUPPLY AND SLOW
DOWN THE FIRE.
CAUTION: SLOW BURNING FIRES AND
EXTENDED USE MAY CAUSE EXCESSIVE
CREOSOTE BUILDUP. IGNITION OF CREOSOTE OR OVERFIRING MAY CAUSE A
CHIMNEY FIRE. CHIMNEY FIRES BURN
E X T R E M E LY H O T A N D M AY I G N I T E
SURROUNDING MATERIALS. IN CASE OF A
CHIMNEY FIRE CALL THE FIRE DEPARTMENT
IMMEDIATELY.
SERVICE HINTS
CREOSOTE – FORMATION AND REMOVAL
When wood is burned slowly, it produces tar and
other organic vapors which combine with expelled moisture to form creosote. The creosote vapors condense
in the relatively cool chimney flue of a slow-burning
fire and can accumulate on the flue lining. If ignited,
this creates an extremely hot fire in the chimney which
may ignite surrounding materials resulting in a building fire.
The chimney connector and chimney should be
inspected (at least) twice a month during the heating season to determine if a creosote buildup has
occurred. If it has, it should be removed. Failure to
remove creosote may result in ignition and may cause
a house/building fire. Creosote may be removed using
a chimney brush or other commonly available materials
from your local hardware retailer.
Chimney fires burn very hot. If the unit or chimney
connector should glow red, reduce the fire by closing the inlet air control and immediately call the fire
department.
CAUTION: A CHIMNEY FIRE MAY CAUSE IGNITION OF WALL STUDS OR RAFTERS WHICH
WERE ASSUMED TO BE A SAFE DISTANCE
FROM THE CHIMNEY. IF A CHIMNEY FIRE
HAS OCCURRED, HAVE YOUR CHIMNEY INSPECTED BY A QUALIFIED EXPERT BEFORE
USING AGAIN.
SERVICE HINTS
A fire in the firebox may be smothered by pouring
a large quantity of coarse salt, baking soda, or cool
ashes on top of the fire.
PREVENTING CREOSOTE BUILDUP
1. Burn with air control open for several minutes at
numerous intervals throughout the day during the
heating season, being careful not to overfire the
unit.
2. Burn stove with air inlet control wide open for 15–20
minutes every time you apply fresh wood. This
allows wood to achieve the charcoal stage faster
and burns wood vapors which might otherwise be
deposited within the heating system.
3. BURN ONLY SEASONED WOOD. Avoid burning
wet or green wood. Seasoned wood has been dried
for at least one year.
4. A small hot fire is preferable to a large smoldering
one that can deposit creosote within the heating
system.
5. Establish a routine for the handling of fuel, wood
burner and firing technique. Check daily for creosote buildup until experience shows how often you
need to clean for safe operation. Be aware that the
hotter the fire, the less creosote is deposited and
weekly cleanings may be necessary in mild weather
even though monthly cleanings may be enough in
colder months.
WARNING: IN CASE OF CHIMNEY FIRE
(1) CLOSE AIR INLET CONTROL (2) GET OUT
OF THE HOUSE (3) CALL THE FIRE DEPARTMENT.
CHIMNEY DRAFT
Draft is a function of the chimney, not the
stove — do not expect the stove to draw. Smoke spillage
into the house or excess buildup of condensation or
creosote in the chimney are warnings that the chimney
is NOT functioning properly. Correct the problem before
using the stove. Following are some possible causes
for improper draft.
1. The connector stovepipe may be pushed into the
chimney too far, stopping the draft.
2. If the chimney is operating too cool, water will condense in the chimney and run back into the stove.
Creosote formation will be rapid and may block
the chimney. Operate the stove at a fire level high
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SERVICE HINTS continued . . .
enough to keep the chimney warm preventing this
condensation.
3. If the fire burns well but sometimes creates excessive smoke or burns slowly, it may be caused by
the chimney top being lower than another part of
the house or a nearby tree. The wind blowing over
a house or tree, falls on top of the chimney like
water over a dam, beating down the smoke. The
top of the chimney should be at least three (3) feet
above the roof and be at least two (2) feet higher
than any point of the roof within ten (10) feet.
NOTE: A DRAFT READING OF 0.05 TO 0.06
W.C. (WATER COLUMN) IS SUGGESTED FOR
PROPER BURNING OF THIS STOVE.
GLASS CARE
CAUTION: DO NOT OPERATE WITH CRACKED
OR BROKEN GLASS.
Periodic cleaning of glass will be necessary to prevent accumulations of ash. Ash buildup can eventually
etch and weaken glass. Creosote accumulations should
burn off during hot fires. The following usage and safety
tips should be observed:
1. Inspect the glass regularly for cracks and breaks.
If you detect a crack or break, extinguish the fire
immediately and contact the manufacturer for a
replacement before re-firing the stove.
2. Do not slam the door or otherwise impact the glass.
When closing doors, make sure that logs or other
objects do not protrude to impact the glass.
3. Do not build fires against (or that might fall against)
the glass.
4. Do not clean the glass with materials that may
scratch or damage glass. Scratches on the glass
can develop into cracks or breaks during operation.
5. Never attempt to clean the glass while the unit is hot;
allow to dry thoroughly before reuse. If deposits are
not very heavy, normal glass cleaners are adequate
using a soft, non-abrasive cleaning pad.
6. Never put substances which can ignite explosively
in the unit. Even small explosions in confined areas
can blow out the glass.
GLASS REPLACEMENT
WARNING: REPLACE GLASS WITH PROPER
SIZE 5MM HIGH TEMPERATURE CERAMIC
GLASS ONLY. DO NOT USE SUBSTITUTE
MATERIALS SUCH AS TEMPERED GLASS OR
DOUBLE THICK WINDOW GLASS! CONTACT
THE STOVE MANUFACTURER FOR REPLACEMENT GLASS.
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Gasket and Glass cleaning products are available
at local retail home centers. Manufacturers of cleaning
products include, A.W. Perkins Co. (www.awperkins.
com) or Rutland Products (www.rutland.com).
After extensive use, the gasket material which
provides glass and door seal may lose it’s resiliency
and will need to be replaced. Inspect glass and door
gaskets periodically to ensure proper seal; if gaskets
become frayed or worn, replace immediately.
Glass Replacement Procedure:
1. Ensure appliance is not in operation and is thoroughly cooled.
2. Remove screw and glass clips. (See parts list and
diagram.)
3. Remove glass from door frame.
4. If glass is broken, carefully remove and discard
each broken piece to avoid cuts. Discard window
gasket. Replace window and gasket with original
factory replacement parts.
5. Replace new gasket starting at the bottom of glass
working along edges, being sure to center gasket
channel on glass.
6. Trim to length and butt ends together.
7. Perform replacement procedure in reverse order
after replacing glass and gasket.
8. When replacing glass into door, be sure not to
overtighten screws and clips.
DOOR GASKET REPLACEMENT
CAUTION: DO NOT OPERATE A STOVE THAT
IS MISSING DOOR GASKET MATERIAL. OVER
FIRING AND UNSAFE OPERATING CONDITIONS MAY RESULT.
PROCEDURE:
1. Ensure appliance is not in operation and is thoroughly cooled.
2. Remove old door gasket and clean channel.
3. Using an approved, high temperature gasket cement, apply a thin coat in bottom of channel.
4. Starting at hinge side of door, work gasket into
channel around door unit, end butt and trim to
length.
5. Close door and allow three to four hours for cement
to set before firing appliance.
OPTIONAL BLOWER MAINTENANCE
The optional blower is maintenance free other than
routine cleaning. Lightly vacuum motor and air inlet to
keep free of dust and dirt.
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ORDERING PARTS - TROO2 SHILOH™ STOVE
When ordering missing or replacement parts, always give the Model Number of the stove,
Part Number, and Part Description. Use the illustrations and part lists provided to identify parts.
14
27
6 (9)
7 (9)
8 (9)
3
4
10
11, 12, 13, 28
15
16
5
33
33
24
34
29
31
32
30
35
Part No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
Description
Qty.
Handle, Slide Draft Spring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
Nickle Trim, Top Plate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
Nickle Trim, Hearth . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
Air Tube, Rear . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
Air Tube, Middle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
Air Tube, Front . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
Retainer Pins, Air Tube . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
“Z” Bar, Baffle Support . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
Fire Brick, A-size (9˝ x 4.5˝ x 1.25˝) . . . . . . . . . 12
Fire Brick, B-size (9˝ x 2.75˝ x 1.25˝) . . . . . . . . 3
Fire Brick, C-size (9˝ x 3.25˝ x 1.25˝) . . . . . . . . 2
Ceramic Fiber Pad . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
Door Assembly (complete) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
Handle Assembly (complete) . . . . . . . . . . . 1
Door Frame . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
Door Glass . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
Gasket, 3/8˝ Fiberglass Door . . . . . . . . . . . 1
Retainer, Glass . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
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Part No.
Description
Qty.
21
Screws, Glass Retainer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
22
Gasket, 3/8˝ Fiberglass Door . . . . . . . . . . . 1
23
Hinge Pin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
24 Nuts (pedestal/stove attachment) . . . . . . . . . . . 4
25 Ceramic Gasket, Blower . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
27 C-Cast Fiberboard (9˝ x 9˝ x 0.625˝ ) . . . . . . . . 2
28 Fire Brick, J-size (3˝ x 3.25˝ x 1.25˝ ) . . . . . . . . 1
29 Ash Cleanout Cover . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
30 Pedestal Base . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
31 Pedestal Side . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
32 Pedestal Front . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
33 Pedestal Top . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
34 Pedestal Drawr Support . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
35 Ash Drawer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
Hardware Pack (not shown) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
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PARTS - TR002 SHILOH™ HIGH-EFFICIENCY STOVE
When ordering missing or replacement parts, always give the Model Number of the stove,
Part Number, and Part Description. Use the illustrations and part lists provided to identify parts.
23
21
18
17
19
Part No.
Description
20
Qty.
22
15 Door Assembly (complete)
1
16 Handle Assembly (complete)..................... 1
17 Door Frame................................................ 1
18 Door Glass................................................. 1
19 Gasket, 3/8” Fiberglass Glass.................... 1
20 Retainer, Glass.......................................... 1
21 Screws, Glass Retainer............................. 8
22 Gasket, Door.............................................. 1
23 Hinge Pin .................................................. 2
WIRING DIAGRAM - MODEL F-6 BLOWER OPTION
DANGER: SHOCK HAZARD. DISCONNECT
POWER BEFORE INSTALLATION, CLEANING
OR WHENEVER SERVICING BLOWER .
CAUTION: MOVING PARTS CAN CAUSE
INJURY. DO NOT OPERATE WITH COVER
REMOVED.
NOTICE: ANY REPLACEMENT WIRING MUST HAVE
E Q U I VA L E N T I N S U L A TION AND TEMPERATURE
RATING (105°C).
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FLOOR PROTECTOR MATERIAL CALCULATIONS
This stove has been tested for and must be installed on a floor protector with the proper Thermal Resistance or R-value
as stated in the installation instructions on page 3, “Locating Stove” step 1, of this manual. If the floor protector materials
listed in the instructions are not available, materials with an equivalent R-value may be substituted.
Alternate materials may be rated with C-factor (Thermal Conductance) or k-factor (Thermal Conductivity) ratings
which must be converted to R-value to determine if the alternate material meets the tested requirements. The following
instructions provide the proper information and formulas for conversion to R-value.
To determine if alternate materials are acceptable follow this sequence.
1. Convert material specifications to R-value:
a. R-value given — no conversion necessary
b. k-factor is given with a required thickness (T) in inches:
R = 1/k x T
c. C-factor is given: R = 1/C
2. Determine the R-value of proposed alternate floor protector:
a. Use formulas in step 1 above to calculate R-value of proposed material(s).
b. For multiple layers, add R-values of each layer to determine overall R-value.
3. If the overall R-value of the floor protector system is equal to or greater than the floor protector specifications given,
the alternate is acceptable.
Definitions:
Thermal conductance(C) = BTU
W
=
(hr)(ft2)(°F)
(m2)(°K)
Thermal conductivity (k) =
(Btu)(inch)
W Btu
=
=
2
(hr)(ft )(°F)(m)(°K)
(hr)(ft)(°F)
Thermal resistance (R) =
(ft2)(hr)(°F)
=
Btu
(m2)(°K)
W
Example:
The specs of floor protector material should be 3/4-inch thick material with a k-factor of 0.84.
The proposed alternative material is 4” brick with a C-factor of 1.25 over 1/8-inch mineral board
with a k-factor of 0.29.
Step 1: Convert specs to R-value.
R = 1/k x T = 1/0.84 x 0.75 = 0.893 System must have a R-value of 0.893 = Rspecs
Step 2: Calculate R-value of individual components
4” Brick with C-factor = 1.25. R = 1/C = 1/1.25 = 0.80 = Rbrick
1/8-inch (0.125”) mineral board with k-factor = 0.29. R = 1/0.29 x 0.125 = 0.431 = Rmin.brd.
Step 3: Add R-values of components to get total R-value of system
Rbrick + Rmin.brd = 0.80 + 0.431 = 1.231 = Rsystem
Step 4: Compare Rsystem to Rspecs
Rsystem = 1.231 is larger than Rspecs of 0.893. System R-value exceeds
specifications and therefore is an acceptable alternative.
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the required
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CHIMNEY CONNECTOR SYSTEMS & CLEARANCES
A. Brick Masonry
Minimum 3.5˝/89mm thick brick masonry all framed into
combustible wall with a minimum of 12˝/305mm brick
separation from clay liner to combustibles. The fireclay
liner shall run from outer surface of brick wall to, but not
beyond, the inner surface of chimney flue liner and shall
be firmly cemented in place.
B. Insulated Sleeve
Solid-insulated, listed factory-built chimney length of the
same inside diameter as the chimney connector and
having 1˝/25.4cm or more of insulation with a minimum
9˝/229mm air space between the outer wall of the chimney length and combustibles.
C. Ventilated Thimble
Sheet steel chimney connector, minimum 24 gauge in
thickness, with a ventilated thimble, minimum 24 gauge in
thickness, having two 1˝/25.4mm air channels, separated
from combustibles by a minimum of 6˝/152mm of glass
fiber insulation. Opening shall be covered, and thimble
supported with a sheet steel support, minimum 24 gauge
in thickness.
D. Chimney Section Pass-through
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Solid insulated, listed factory-built chimney length with an
inside diameter 2˝/51mm larger than the chimney connector and having 1˝/25.4mm or more of insulation, serving
as a pass-through for a single wall sheet steel chimney
connector of minimum 24 gauge thickness, with a minimum 2˝/51mm air space between the outer wall of chimney section and combustibles. Minimum length of chimney section shall be 12˝/305mm chimney section spaced
1˝/25.4mm away from connector using sheet steel support plates on both ends of chimney section. Opening
shall be covered, and chimney section supported on both
sides with sheet steel support securely fastened to wall
surfaces of minimum 24 gauge thickness. Fasteners
used to secure chimney section shall not penetrate
chimney flue liner.
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CHIMNEY & STOVE MAINTENANCE LOG
DATE OF SERVICE
PERFORMED BY
DESCRIPTION
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This Vogelzang heating appliance is safe when installed properly and will provide you with years of service.
However, always exercise good judgement when you are using this stove. You are dealing with FIRE! Fire is
inherently dangerous and must be treated with respect. Stay warm and in good health!
Respectfully yours,
Steve Vogelzang
Proprietor
DO NOT USE THIS STOVE IN A
MOBILE HOME, MANUFACTURED HOME,
TRAILER OR TENT — NO EXCEPTIONS!
COMPANY TESTIMONY:
“FOR GOD SO LOVED THE WORLD THAT HE GAVE HIS ONLY BEGOTTEN SON, THAT WHOEVER
BELIEVES IN HIM SHALL NOT PERISH BUT HAVE ETERNAL LIFE”
JOHN 3:16
MADE IN CHINA
Vogelzang International Corporation
400 West 17th Street
Holland, Michigan 49423
www.vogelzang.com
Phone: 1-616-396-1911
Fax: 1-616-396-1971
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