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Quadra-Fire 31-I ACC Owner`s manual
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3100 WOOD STOVE SERIES
Advanced Combustion Control (ACC)
Owner’s Manual
Tested and
Listed by
Installation and Operation
O-T L
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Portland
Oregon USA
US
OMNI-Test Laboratories, Inc.
Models:
31M-ACC-MBK
31ST-ACC
Step Top Uni-Body Model
(Pedestal Model Shown)
Millennium Model
• Important operating
and maintenance
instructions included.
• Read, understand and
follow these instructions
for safe installation and
operation.
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DO NOT DISCARD THIS MANUAL
• Leave this manual with
party responsible for
use and operation.
WARNING
WARNING
If the information in these instructions is not followed exactly, a
fire may result causing property
damage, personal injury, or death.
• Do not store or use gasoline or other flammable vapors and liquids in the vicinity of
this or any other appliance.
• Do not overfire - If heater or chimney connector glows, you are overfiring. Overfiring
will void your warranty.
• Comply with all minimum clearances to
combustibles as specified. Failure to
comply may cause house fire.
HOT SURFACES!
Glass and other surfaces are
hot during operation AND
cool down.
Hot glass will cause burns.
• Do not touch glass until it is cooled
• NEVER allow children to touch glass
• Keep children away
• CAREFULLY SUPERVISE children in same room
as fireplace.
• Alert children and adults to hazards of high
temperatures.
High temperatures may ignite clothing or other
flammable materials.
• Keep clothing, furniture, draperies and other
flammable materials away.
Installation and service of this appliance should
be performed by qualified personnel. Hearth &
Home Technologies recommends NFI certified
professionals, or technicians supervised by an
NFI certified professional.
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CAUTION
WARNING
Fire Risk.
For use with solid wood fuel only.
Other fuels may overfire and generate
poisonous gases (i.e. carbon monoxide).
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3100 Wood Stove Series (ACC)
and Welcome to the Quadra-Fire Family!
Hearth & Home Technologies welcomes you to our tradition of excellence! In choosing a Quadra-Fire appliance,
you have our assurance of commitment to quality, durability, and performance.
our stoves, inserts and fireplaces. And yet we are old-fashioned when it comes to craftsmanship. Each unit is meticulously fabricated and surfaces are hand-finished for lasting
beauty and enjoyment. Our pledge to quality is completed
as each model undergoes a quality control inspection.
This commitment begins with our research of the market,
including ‘Voice of the Customer’ contacts, ensuring we
make products that will satisfy your needs. Our Research
and Development facility then employs the world’s most
advanced technology to achieve the optimum operation of
We wish you and your family many years of enjoyment in
the warmth and comfort of your hearth appliance. Thank
you for choosing Quadra-Fire.
SAMPLE OF SERIAL NUMBER / SAFETY LABEL
LOCATION: BACK OF APPLIANCE
WHILE IN OPERATION DO NOT TOUCH, KEEP CHILDREN AND CLOTHING AWAY. CONTACT MAY CAUSE SKIN BURNS.
CAUTION: HOT
FURNISHINGS AND OTHER COMBUSTIBLE MATERIAL FAR AWAY FROM THE APPLIANCE. SEE NAMEPLATE AND INSTRUCTIONS
KEEP
LORS DE L'OPÉRATION. NE PAS TOUCHER. GARDEZ LES ENFANTS ET LES VÊTEMENTS LOIN DE L'ESPACE DÉSIGNÉ DE L'INSTALLATION. LE CONTACT PEUT CAUSER DES
ATTENTION: CHAUD
BRÛLURES À LA PEAU. GARDEZ LES MEUBLES ET LES MATÉRIAUX COMBUSTIBLES LOIN DE L'ESPACE DÉSIGNÉ DE L'APPAREIL. VOIR L'ÉTIQUETTE ET LES INSTRUCTIONS.
APPAREIL DE CHAUFFAGE DE PIÈCE, DE TYPE DE
LISTED ROOM HEATER, SOLID FUEL TYPE.
ALSO FOR USE IN MOBILE HOMES. (UM) 84 HUD .COMBUSTIBLE SOLIDE, POUR USAGE DANS LES MAISONS
MOBILES. (UM) 84-64 HUD. "Pour Usage Avec Bois Solide
"For Use with Solid Wood Fuel Only"
PREVENT HOUSE FIRES
Seulement"
PRÉVENTION DES FEUX DE MAISON
Install and use only in accordance with
manufacturer's
installation
and
operating
instructions. Contact local building or fire officials
about restrictions and installation inspections in
your area. Do not obstruct the space beneath
heater.
WARNING - For Mobile Homes: Do not install in
a sleeping room. An outside combustion air inlet
must be provided and unrestricted while unit is in
use. The structural integrity of the mobile home
floor, ceiling and walls must be maintained. The
stove needs to be properly grounded to the frame
of the mobile home. Components required for
mobile home installation: Outside Air Kit, Part
Number OAK-ACC.
Refer to manufacturer's instructions and local
codes for precautions required for passing
chimney through a combustible wall or ceiling and
maximum offsets.
Inspect and clean chimney frequently - Under
Certain Conditions of Use, Creosote Buildup May
Occur Rapidly.
Do not connect this unit to a chimney serving
another appliance.
Optional Components: Optional Blower, Part
BK-ACC.
Electrical Rating: 115 VAC, 1.2 Amps, 60 Hz.
Route power cord away from unit. Do not route
cord under or in front of appliance.
DANGER: Risk of electrical shock. Disconnect
power supply before servicing.
Replace glass only with 5mm ceramic available
from your dealer.
Do not use grate or elevate fire. Build wood fire
directly on hearth.
Do not overfire - if heater or chimney connector
glows, you are overfiring.
Operate only with the fuel loading door closed.
Open only to add fuel to the fire.
Installez et utilisez en accord avec les instructions d'installation et
d'opération du fabricant. Contactez le bureau de la construction ou
le bureau des incendies au sujet des restrictions et des inspections
d'installation dans votre voisinage. Ne pas obstruez l'espace en
dessous de l'appareil.
AVIS - Pour Les Maisons Mobiles: Ne pas installer dans une
chambre à coucher. Un tuyau extérieur de combustion d'air doit
être installé et ne doit pas être obstrué lorsque l'appareil est en
usage. La structure intégrale du plancher, du plafond et des murs
de la maison mobile doit être maintenue intacte. L'appareil de
chauffage doit être fixé à la charpente de la maison mobile. Les
composants requis pour l'installation des maisons mobiles:
Assemblage d'air extérieur, Numéro de Pièce OAK-ACC.
Référez vous aux instructions du fabricant et des codes locaux
pour les précautions requises pour passer une cheminée à travers
un mur ou un plafond combustibles, et les compensations
maximums.
Inspectez et nettoyez la cheminée fréquemment. Sous certaines
conditions, il se peut que la créosote s'accumule rapidement.
Ne pas connecter cet appareil à une cheminée servant un autre
appareil.
Composants Optionnels: Ventilateur Optionnel, Pièce BK-ACC.
Puissance Électrique: 115 VAC, 1.2 Amps, 60 Hz.
Éloignez le fil électrique de l'appareil. Ne pas faire passer le fil
électrique au dessus ou en dessous de l'appareil.
DANGER: Il y a risque de décharge électrique. Déconnectez le
fil électrique de la prise de contact avant le service.
Remplacez la vitre seulement avec une vitre céramique de 5 mm
disponible chez votre fournisseur.
N'élevez pas le feu. Bâtissez le feu de bois directement sur l'âtre.
Ne pas surchauffer. Si l'appareil de chauffage ou le tuyau de
cheminée rougissent, vous surchauffez.
Opérez l'appareil seulement lorsque la porte de chargement est
fermée. Ouvrez la porte seulement lorsque vous devez ajouter des
combustibles dans le feu.
FLOOR PROTECTION:
PROTECTION DU PLANCHER:
Floor protector must be a 3/8 inch min. thickness,
non-combustible material or equivalent, extending
beneath heater and to front/sides/rear as indicated
on the diagram below. Exception: Non-combustible
floor protections must extend beneath the flue pipe
when installed with horizontal venting and extend 2
inches (51mm) beyond each side.
Tested and
Listed by
O-T L
OMNI-Test Laboratories, Inc.
Report / Rapport
#061-S-31b-2
203mm (8")
TESTED TO:/ TESTÉ À:
UL 1482, ULC S627-00
SPÉCIFICATIONS DE LA VENTILATION:
VENT SPECIFICATIONS:
MUR SIMPLE: De six (6") (152mm) de diamètre le connecteur de conduit de
minimum d'acier noir ou bleu de minimum de 24MSG, avec une cheminée bâtit en
usine UL103HT* de Classe "A", adéquate pour usage avec les combustions solides,
ou une cheminée de briques, avec espaces libres référés.
MUR DOUBLE: De six (6") (152mm) de diamètre, le connecteur du conduit d'air isolé
pour mur double avec une cheminée bâtit en usine UL103HT* de Classe "A, ou une
cheminée de briques, avec espaces libres alloués.
*Au Canada doit conformer a CAN/ULC-S629-M87 la norme pour 650 degré C cheminée
bâtit en usine.
MAISON MOBILE: Utiliser un conduit de mur double par Dura-Vent DVL, Selkirk
Metalbestos DS ou Security DL. Doit être équipé d'un arrêt d'étincelle. Utiliser les
espaces libres pour mur double comme mentionné ci-bas.
SINGLE WALL: Six inch (6") (152mm) diameter, minimum 24 MSG black or blued
steel connector pipe, with a listed factory-built UL103HT* Class "A" chimney, suitable
for use with solid fuels, or a masonry chimney, and the referenced clearances.
DOUBLE WALL: Six inch (6") (152mm) diameter, listed double wall air insulated
connector pipe with listed factory-built UL103HT* Class "A" chimney, or a masonry
chimney and the referenced clearances
*In Canada must comply with Standard CAN/ULC-S629-M87 for the 650 degree
Factory-built chimneys.
MOBILE HOME: Use double wall pipe by Dura-Vent DVL, Selkirk Metalbestos DS or
Security DL double wall connector pipe. Must be equipped with a spark arrestor.
Apply double wall clearances below when installing unit.
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ESPACES LIBRES MINIMUM DES MATÉRIAUX COMBUSTIBLES:En Pouces & (millimètres)
MINIMUM CLEARANCES TO COMBUSTIBLE MATERIALS:In Inches & (Millimeters)
NOTE: Toutes les dimensions "A", "C", et "F" sont à partir du diamètre intérieur de l'entrée du conduit.
NOTE: All "A" , "C" and "F" Dimensions are to inside diameter of the flue collar.
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INSTALLATION: FULL VERTICAL OR HORIZONTAL WITH MINIMUM 2 FT VERTICAL OFF STOVE TOP
INSTALLATION: ENTIÈREMENT VERTICALE OU HORIZONTALE AVEC 609mm VERTICAL MINIMUM DU HAUT DU POÊLE
SINGLE WALL PIPE
A
B
C
15.25 (387) 11.75 (298) 25.5 (648)
M
DOUBLE WALL PIPE
10.5 (267) 6.5 (165)
22 (559)
D
16 (406)
13 (330)
E
8 (203)
F
17 (432)
6.5 (165) 15.5 (394)
G
BACKWALL/SIDEWALL
MUR ARRIÈRE/MUR DE CÔTÉ
H
48 (1220)
12(305) CONDUIT DU MUR SIMPLE
48 (1220)
9 (229) CONDUIT DU MUR DOUBLE
A
SINGLE WALL PIPE
12 (305) 8.5 (216)
DOUBLE WALL PIPE
8 (203)
22 (559)
13 (330)
4.5 (114) 17.5 (445) 8.5 (216)
8 (203)
17 (432)
6.5 (165) 15.5 (394)
C
12 (305) CONDUIT DU MUR SIMPLE
48 (1220)
9 (229) CONDUIT DU MUR DOUBLE
INSTALLATION: ALCÔVE - De six (6") (152mm) de diamètre, le connecteur du conduit d'air isolé pour mur double avec une cheminée bâtit en usine 103HT de Classe "A", ou une
cheminée de briques. (Les maisons mobiles doivent être équipées d'un arrêt d'étincelle). La profondeur maximum de l'alcôve ne doit pas être de plus de 48 inches (1220mm) avec une
hauteur minimum de 43 inches (1220mm) du haut de l'appareil, et des espaces libres alloués.
11.75 (298) 8.25 (210) 23.5 (597) 14.5 (368)
N/A
N/A
48 (1220)
CORNER INSTALLATION
INSTALLATION DU COIN
E
F
* CONDUIT DU MUR DOUBLE
* SEE PIPE MANUFACTURERS CLEARANCES - NOT TESTED / VOIR LE FABRICANT POUR LES ESPACES LIBRES DES CONDUIT - PAS TESTÉ
ALCOVE SIDE VIEW /
VUE DE CÔTÉ DE L'ALCÔVE
Model
Name
D
48 (1220)
INSTALLATION: ALCOVE - Six inch (6") (152mm) diameter listed DOUBLE WALL air insulated connector pipe with UL 103HT listed factory-built Class "A"
chimney, or a masonry chimney. (Mobile Home must be equipped with a spark arrestor.) Maximum depth of Alcove shall be no more than 48 inches
(1220mm) with a minimum height of 48 inches (1220mm) to top of unit, and the referenced clearances.
DOUBLE WALL PIPE
Serial No.
Test Lab &
Report No.
B
INSTALLATION: 90 ELBOW OFF TOP OF STOVE THROUGH BACKWALL
INSTALLATION: 90 DE COURBURE AU DESSUS DU HAUT DU POÊLE À TRAVERS LE MUR ARRIÈRE
A
S
Le protecteur de plancher doit être d'un minimum de 3/8 inch
(9.5mm) d'épaisseur, de matériel incombustible ou
équivalent, s'étendant du dessous de l'appareil de chauffage
à l'avant, aux cotés et à l'arrière comme indiqué sur le
diagramme suivant. Exception: Les protections
incombustibles du plancher doivent s'étendre en dessous du
conduit de cheminée lorsqu'installées avec une ventilation à
l'horizontale et s'étendre de 2 inches (51mm) de chaque côté.
SERIAL NO. / NUMÉRO DE SÉRIE
3100 Wood Stove 007
Series ACC
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Portland
Oregon USA
US
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ALCOVE TOP VIEW /
VUE DU HAUT DE L'ALCÔVE
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F
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G
203mm
(8")
203mm
(8")
4-7/8" 3-1/8"
39-5/8”
Fuel loading door
1260mm
(49-5/8")
minimum
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90 ELBOW OFF TOP
UP & OUT CEILING CLEARANCE
ESPACE LIBRE DU DESSUS DE
L'APPAREIL AU PLAFOND AVEC 90 DE
COURBURE
A
C
B
16" from glass
8"
USA
2008
Manufactured by:
Page STOVE TO CEILING CLEARANCE
CANADA
ESPACE LIBRE DU POÊLE AU PLAFOND
1040mm (41") minimum
31-5/8"
Fabriqué par:
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457mm (18")
1445 N. Highway, Colville, WA 99114
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DO NOT REMOVE THIS LABEL / NE PAS ENLEVER L'ÉTIQUETTE
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U.S. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY - Certified to
comply with July 1990 particulate emission standards.
Made in U.S.A./Fait Aux États-Unis
Mfg. Date
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Section 1: Listing and Code Approvals
Section 8: Operating Instructions (Cont’d)
A.
B.
C.
D.
Appliance Certifications.......................4
Mobile Home Approved.......................4
Glass Specifications.............................4
BTU & Efficiency Specifications...........4
Section 2: Getting Started
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
F.
G.
H.
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
F. General Maintenance & Cleaning........31-32
Glass Replacement..............................32
Firebrick Replacement.........................33
Baffle Removal.....................................34
Snap Disc Replacement......................34
Tube Channel Replacement................35
Section 10: Troubleshooting.........................36
Section 11: Reference Material
A. Appliance Dimensions.........................9-10
B. Clearances to Combustibles................11
Section 4: Installation Consideration
Baffle & Blanket Placement.................30
Blower Operating Instructions..............30
Opacity (Smoke)..................................30
Frequently Asked Questions...............30
Section 9: Maintaining & Servicing Appliance
Design, Installation & Location
Considerations.....................................5
Fire Safety...........................................5
Negative Pressure...............................6
Flue Draft Considerations....................7
Venting Systems..................................7
Tools and Supplies Needed................7
Inspect Appliance & Components.......7
Typical Stove System..........................8
Section 3: Dimensions & Clearances
H.
I.
J.
K.
A. Hearth Requirements..........................12-13
B. Outside Air...........................................14
C. Blower Installation................................15
A.
B.
C.
D.
C.
D.
Exploded Drawings..............................37-39
Service Parts & Accessories...............40-42
Service & Maintenance Log.................44
Homeowner’s Notes............................45
Warranty Policy....................................46-47
Contact Information.............................48
Section 5: Chimney Requirements
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
Venting Components...........................16
Chimney Systems................................16-18
Installing Chimney Components..........18
Chimney Termination Requirements...19
2-10-03 Rule.........................................19
Section 6: Mobile Home................................20
Section 7: Appliance Set-Up
A. Pedestal & Ash Removal System
(ARS) Installation................................21-22
B. Leg Kit & Ash Removal System
(ARS) Installation...........................23
C. Door Handle Assembly........................24
D. Blower Speed Adjustment...................24
Section 8: Operating Instructions
A. Over-Firing Your Appliance..................25
B. Wood Selection & Storage...................25
C. Burning Process...................................25-26
D. Automatic Combustion Control (ACC).....26
E. Air Controls..........................................26-27
F. Burn Rates & Operating Efficiency......27
G. Building A Fire......................................28
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Listing and Code Approvals
D. BTU & Efficiency Specifications
A. Appliance Certification
Model:
3100 Millennium & Step Top Uni-Body
(ACC)
Laboratory:
OMNI Test Laboratories, Inc.
Report No & Date: 061-S-66-6
Type:
Listed Room Heater, Solid Fuel Type
Standard:
UL1482 and ULC S627-00 and
(UM) 84-HUD, Mobile Home
Approved.
The Quadra-Fire 3100 Series Wood Stove (ACC) meets the
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s 1990 particulate
emission standards.
EPA Certified:
1.1 grams per hour
EPA Certification
Number and Date:
Number: 369
Issued: 2006
Efficiency:
79.51%
BTU Output:
11,800 to 32,000
Heating Capacity:
up to1,800 sq ft
depending on climate zone
Vent Size:
6 inches
Firebox Size:
2 cubic feet
Max Wood Length:
18 inches
Fuel:
Cord Wood
Shipping Weight:
325 lbs
B. Mobile Home Approved
This appliance is approved for mobile home installations
when not installed in a sleeping room and when an outside
combustion air inlet is provided. The structural integrity of
the mobile home floor, ceiling, and walls must be maintained.
The appliance must be properly grounded to the frame of
the mobile home and use only listed double-wall connector
pipe. Outside Air Kit, part OAK-ACC must be installed in a
mobile home installation
NOTE: Hearth & Home Technologies, manufacturer of
this appliance, reserves the right to alter its products,
their specifications and/or price without notice.
C. Glass Specifications
This stove is equipped with 5mm ceramic glass. Replace
glass only with 5mm ceramic glass. Please contact your
dealer for replacement glass.
NOTE: This installation must conform with local codes. In the
absence of local codes you must comply with the UL1482, (UM)
84-HUD and NPFA211 in the U.S.A. and the ULC S627-00 and
CAN/CSA-B365 Installation Codes in Canada.
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Getting Started
A. Design, Installation & Location Considerations
B. Fire Safety
Consideration must be given to:
To provide reasonable fire safety, the following should be
given serious consideration:
•
•
•
•
Safety
Convenience
Traffic flow
Chimney and chimney connector required
It is a good idea to plan your installation on paper, using exact
measurements for clearances and floor protection, before
actually beginning the installation. If you are not using an
existing chimney, place the appliance where there will be a
clear passage for a factory-built listed chimney through the
ceiling and roof.
We recommend that a qualified building inspector and your
insurance company representative review your plans before
and after installation
If this appliance is in an area where children may be near it
is recommended that you purchase a decorative barrier to go
in front of the appliance. Remember to always keep children
away while it is operating and do not let anyone operate
this appliance unless they are familiar with these operating
instructions.
1. Install at least one smoke detector on each floor of
your home to ensure your safety. They should be
located away from the heating appliance and close
to the sleeping areas. Follow the smoke detector
manufacturer’s placement and installation instructions,
and be sure to maintain regularly.
2.
A conveniently located Class A fire extinguisher
to contend with small fires resulting from burning
embers.
3.
A practiced evacuation plan, consisting of at least two
escape routes.
4.
A plan to deal with a chimney fire as follows:
In the event of a chimney fire:
a
b.
Evacuate the house immediately
Notify fire department
WARNING
NOTE: Service Space
In order to replace the tube channel a clearance of 19
inches (483mm) is required on the right side of stove in
order to remove the tubes with the stove in place.
If space is not available, the stove will have to be disconnected from the chimney to proceed with the tube replacement. See page 36.
CAUTION
Fire Risk.
•
•
•
•
Check building codes prior to installation.
• Installation MUST comply with local, regional, state and
national codes and regulations.
• Consult insurance carrier, local building, fire officials or
authorities having jurisdiction about restrictions, installation
inspection, and permits.
•
•
•
Hearth & Home Technologies disclaims any
responsibility for, and the warranty will be
voided by, the following actions:
Installation and use of any damaged appliance.
Modification of the appliance.
Installation other than as instructed by Hearth & Home
Technologies.
Installation and/or use of any component part not approved
by Hearth & Home Technologies.
Operating appliance without fully assembling all
components.
Operating appliance without legs attached (if supplied with
unit).
Do NOT Overfire - If appliance or chimney connector glows,
you are overfiring.
Any such action that may cause a fire hazard.
WARNING
WARNING
Asphyxiation Risk.
• Do NOT connect this unit to a chimney flue
servicing another appliance.
• Do NOT connect to any air distribution duct or
system.
May allow flue gases to enter the house.
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Fire Risk.
• Do not operate appliance before reading and
understanding operating instructions.
• Failure to operate appliance properly may
cause a house fire.
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C. Negative Pressure
Draft is the pressure difference needed to vent appliances
successfully. Considerations for successful draft include:
To minimize the affects of negative air pressure the following
must be considered:
• Preventing negative pressure
• Location of appliance and chimney
• Install the outside air kit. Install the intake on the
side of the house towards prevailing winds during the
heating season.
• Ensure adequate outdoor air is supplied for combustion appliances and exhaust equipment.
• Ensure furnace and air conditioning return vents are
not located in the immediate vicinity of the appliance,
• Avoid installing the appliance near doors, walkways
or small isolated spaces.
• Recessed lighting should be of “sealed can” design;
attic hatches weather stripped or sealed; and attic
mounted duckwork and air handler joints and seams
taped or sealed.
Negative pressure results from the imbalance of air available for the stove to operate properly. Causes for this imbalance include:
• Exhaust fans (kitchen, bath) etc.)
• Range hoods
• Combustion air requirements for furnaces, water
heaters and other combustion appliances
• Clothes dryers
• Location of return-air vents to furnace or air conditioning
• Imbalances of HVAC air handling system
• Upper level air leaks
• Recessed lighting
• Attic hatch opening
• Duct leaks
WARNING
Asphyxiation Risk.
• Negative pressure can cause spillage of combustion fumes, soot and carbon monoxide.
• Appliance needs to draft properly for safety.
Recommended Location:
• Above peak
Recommended Location:
• Above peak
• Inside heated space
Marginal Location:
• Wind loading possible
Marginal Location:
• Below peak
Location NOT recommended:
• Not the highest point of the roof
• Wind loading possible
Location NOT recommended:
• Too close to tree
• Below adjacent structure
• Lower roof line
• Avoid outside wall
Recommended:
• Insulated exterior chase
in cooler climates
Windward
Leeward
Recommended:
Outside Air Intake
on windward side
Multi-level Roofs
NOT recommended:
Outside Air Intake
on leeward side
Figure 6.1
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D. Flue Draft Considerations
F. Tools And Supplies Needed
Location of the appliance and chimney will affect performance. As shown in Figure 6.1 on page 6 the chimney
should:
Before beginning the installation be sure that the following
tools and building supplies are available.
• Be installed through the warm space enclosed by the
building envelope. This helps to produce more draft,
especially during lighting and die down of the fire.
• Penetrate the highest part of the roof. This minimizes
the affects of wind turbulence and down drafts.
• Consider the appliance location in order to avoid
floor and ceiling attic joists and rafters.
Exterior conditions such as roof line, surrounding trees,
prevailing winds and nearby hills can influence stove
performance. Your local dealer is the expert in your geographic
area and can usually make suggestions or discover solutions
that will easily correct your flue problem.
To be sure that your appliance burns properly, the chimney
draft (static pressure) should be approximately -.04 inch water
column (W.C.) during a low burn and -.10 inch W.C. during a
high burn, measured 6 inches (152mm) above the top of the
appliance after one hour of operation at each burn setting.
NOTE: These are guidelines only, and may vary somewhat
for individual installations.
E. Venting Systems
The venting system consists of a chimney connector (also
known as stove pipe) and a chimney. These get extremely
hot during use. Temperatures inside the chimney may
exceed 2000°F (1100°C) in the event of a creosote fire. To
protect against the possibility of a house fire, the chimney
connector and chimney must be properly installed and
maintained.
An approved thimble must be used when a connection is
made through a combustible wall to a chimney. A chimney
support package must be used when a connection is made
through the ceiling to a prefabricated chimney. These
accessories are absolutely necessary to provide safe
clearances to combustible wall and ceiling material. Follow
venting manufacturer’s clearances when installing venting
Reciprocating saw
Pliers
Hammer
Phillips Head Screwdriver
Flat Blade Screwdriver
Plumb Line
Level
Tape Measure
G. Inspect Appliance & Components and
Pre-Use Check List
1.
Place the appliance in a location near the final
installation area and follow the procedures below:
2.
Open the appliance and remove all the parts and
articles packed inside the Component Pack. Inspect
all the parts and glass for shipping damage. Contact
your dealer if any irregularities are noticed.
3.
All safety warnings have been read and followed.
4.
This Owner’s Manual has been read.
5.
Floor protection requirements have been met.
6.
Venting is properly installed.
7.
The proper clearances from the appliance and chimney to combustible materials have been met.
8.
The masonry chimney is inspected by a professional
and is clean, or the factory built metal chimney is
installed according to the manufacturer’s instructions and clearances.
9.
The chimney meets the required minimum height.
10.
All labels have been removed from the glass door.
11.
Plated surfaces have been wiped clean, if applicable
12.
A power outlet is available nearby if installing
optional blower assembly.
WARNING
WARNING
Fire Risk.
Inspect appliance and components for damage.
Damaged parts may impair safe operation.
Asphyxiation Risk.
• Do NOT connect this unit to a chimney flue
servicing another appliance.
• Do NOT connect to any air distributon duct
or system.
May allow flue gases to enter the house.
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Framing Material
Hi-Temp Caulking Material
Gloves
Framing Square
Electric Drill & Bits (1/4”)
Safety Glasses
1/2 in. - 3/4 in. length, #6 or
#8 self drilling screws (need 3
per pipe section connection)
• Do NOT install damaged components.
• Do NOT install incomplete components.
• Do NOT install substitute components.
Report damaged parts to dealer.
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Spark Arrestor Cap
H. Typical Stove Systems
Fireclay Flue Liner
With Air Space
Concrete Cap
Stove system with masonry chimney
consists of:
Rafter
• Stove
• Chimney Connector (stove pipe)
• Thimble
• Masonry Chimney
• Hearth Pad Floor Protection
Flashing
1" (25mm) Clearance
With Firestop
Ceiling Joist
Eave
Combustible Wall
Thimble,
12" (305mm)
Of Brick
Sheathing
Outside Air Rear Vent
Outside Air
Termination Cap
Floor
Protector
Airtight
Cleanout Door
Figure 8.1 Masonry Chimney
Stove system with prefabricated
metal chimney consists of:
• Stove
• Chimney Connector
(stove pipe)
Listed Termination Cap
Storm Collar
Listed Termination Cap
Flashing
Roof Brace (if required)
• Thimble (for exterior
chimney)
• Firestops
• Insulations Shields
Storm Collar
Flashing
Listed Chimney
• Storm Collar and Flashing
• Termination Cap
• Hearth Pad Floor Protection
Trim Collar on
Inside Wall
Listed Chimney
Insulated " T "
Chimney
Connector
Wall Support
Ceiling Support
Chimney
Connector
Thimble
Floor
Protector
Floor
Protector
Figure 8.2 Exterior Prefabricated Chimney
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Figure 8.3 Interior Prefabricated Chimney
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3
Dimensions and Clearances
A. Appliance Dimensions
25 in. (65mm)
CL
9-15/16 in.
(27mm)
NOTE: Flue Collar size is 6 inch
(152mm) diameter (ID)
12-1/2 in.
(18mm)
10-15/16 in.
15-1/16 in. (271mm)
(8mm)
Millennium Model
14-15/16 in.
(7mm)
18-15/16 in.
(475mm)
0 in.
(762mm)
Figure 9.1 Front View
26-11/16 in. (668mm)
24-5/16 in. (618mm)
6-11/16 in.
(170mm)
CL
11-1/2 in.
(292mm)
16 in. (406mm)
CL
20-/4 in. (527mm)
4-1/2 in
(108mm)
Outside Air
Connection
Figure 9.2 Side View
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Appliance Dimensions (Cont’d)
3100 Step Top Pedestal Model
3100 Step Top Leg Model
25 in. (65mm)
9-5/16 in.
(27mm)
CL
12-1/2 in.
(18mm)
14-15/16 in.
(79mm)
19-1/16 in.
(484mm)
-1/8 in.
(841mm)
10-15/16 in.
(278mm)
15-1/16 in.
(8mm)
4-1/4 in.
(870mm)
18 in.
(457mm)
2-7/8 in.
(606mm)
Figure 10.1
Figure 10.3
26-11/16 in.(678mm)
6-11/16 in.
(170mm)
24-5/16 in. (618mm)
15-/8 in. (91mm)
CL
3-11/16 in. (94mm)
-1/2 in.
(89mm)
Back of Stove to Glass
2-/8 in.
(594mm)
16 in. (406mm)
10-/8 in.
(264mm)
11-1/2 in.
(292mm)
21-1/8 in. (57mm)
20-/4 in. (527mm)
Figure 10.2
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Figure 10.4
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B. Clearances to Combustibles (UL and ULC)
BACKWALL / SIDEWALL
A
B
ALCOVE SIDE VIEW
NOTE: Clearances may only be reduced by means
approved by the regulatory authority having jurisdiction
G
C
D
90° OFF TOP
UP & OUT CEILING
CLEARANCE
H
A
*
B
G
STOVE TO CEILING
CLEARANCE
CORNER INSTALLATION
ALCOVE TOP VIEW
E
F
C
E
D
F
MINIMUM CLEARANCES TO COMBUSTIBLE MATERIALS In Inches & (Millimeters)
NOTE: All "A" , "C" and "F" Dimensions are to the inside diameter of the flue collar.
A
B
C
D
E
INSTALLATION: Full Vertical OR Horizontal with Minimum 2 FT Vertical Off Stove Top
SINGLE WALL PIPE
Flat Top Model
Step-Top Model
15.25 (387) 11.75 (298) 25.5 (648)
12 (305)
8.5 (216)
22 (559)
DOUBLE WALL PIPE
Flat Top Model
Step-Top Model
10.5 (267)
10 (228)
6.5 (165)
6 (152)
22 (559)
20.5 (521)
F
G
H
16 (406)
12.5 (318)
8 (203)
5.5 (140
17 (432)
14.5 (368)
48 (1220)
48 (1220)
12 (305)
12 (305)
13 (330)
11 (279)
6.5 (165)
4 (102)
15.5 (394)
13 (330)
48 (1220)
48 (1220)
9 (229)
9 (229)
INSTALLATION: 90° Elbow Off Top of Stove Through Backwall
SINGLE WALL PIPE
Flat Top Model
Step-Top Model
12 (305)
10 (254)
8.5 (216)
6 (152)
22 (559)
20.5 (521)
13 (330)
11 (279)
8 (203)
5.5 (140)
17 (432)
14.5 (368)
48 (1220)
48 (1220)
12 (305)
12 (305)
DOUBLE WALL PIPE
Flat Top Model
Step-Top Model
8 (203)
10 (254)
4.5 (114)
6 (152)
17.5 (445)
20.5 (521)
8.5 (216)
11 (279)
6.5 (165)
4 (102)
15.5 (394)
13 (330)
48 (1220)
48 (1220)
9 (229)
9 (229)
INSTALLATION: ALCOVE Six inch (6") (152mm) diameter listed Double Wall air insulated connector pipe with UL103 HT* listed
factory-built Class "A" chimney, or a masonry chimney. (Mobile Home must be equipped with a spark arrestor). Maximum depth of Alcove
shall be no more than 48 inches (1220mm) with a minimum height of 48 inches (1220mm) to top of unit, and the referenced clearances.
*In Canada must comply with CAN/ULC-S269 M87 for the 650oC Factory-built chimney.
DOUBLE WALL PIPE
Flat Top Model
Step-Top Model
11.75 (298) 8.25 (210)
10 (254)
6.5 (152)
23.5 (597) 14.5 (368)
20.5 (521) 11 (279)
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
48 (1220)
48 (1220)
*
*
* SEE PIPE MANUFACTURERS CLEARANCES - NOT TESTED
WARNING
Fire Risk.
• Comply with all minimum clearances to
combustibles as specified.
• Failure to comply may cause house fire.
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NOTE: Service Space
In order to replace the tube channel assembly a clearance
of 19 inches (483mm) is required on the right side of stove
in order to remove the tubes with the stove in place.
If space is not available, the stove will have to be disconnected from the chimney to proceed with the tube replacement.
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Installation
A. Hearth Protection Requirements
FLOOR PROTECTION: Floor protector must be non-combustible material, extending beneath heater and to the front,
sides and rear as indicated. The floor must be non-combustible or otherwise adequately protected from radiant heat
given off by the unit and from sparks and falling embers. A
layer of thin brick or ceramic tile over a combustible floor is
not sufficient.
In Canada, similar floor protection must be provided 18
inches (457mm) in front and 8 inches (203mm) from the
sides and rear of the stove. *See exception.
*Exception: Non-combustible floor protections must
extend beneath the flue pipe when installed with horizontal
venting and extend 2 inches (51mm) beyond each side.
See Figure 12.4.
WARNING
For the Millennium Model In US installations, it is necessary to install a floor protector of a minimum of 3/8 inch
(9.5mm) thick metal clad millboard or equivalent a minimum
of 16 inches (406mm) in front of glass and 8 inches (203mm)
to both sides of the fuel loading door. Open the door and
measure 8 inches (203mm) from the side edge of the opening in the face of the appliance. *See exception.
Fire Risk.
• Hearth pads must be installed exactly as
specified.
High temperatures or hot embers may ignite
concealed combustibles.
Millennium Model
1
-5
/8
in
.
o
co ptio
ve na
ra l
ge
51-1/16 in.
1-/4 in.
3-1/8 in.
4-7/8 in.
-1
8 in.
27
-
/8
in
.
8
16 in. from glass
5/
16
in
.
1
5°
9-5/8 in.
minimum
Fuel loading door
in
.
1-5/8 in.
minimum
USA
-
1/
16
USA
Figure 12.1
Figure 12.3
USA required
Canada recommended
20mm (8 in.)
20mm
(8 in.)
20mm
(8 in.)
1260mm
(49-5/8 in.)
minimum
457mm (18 in.)
1041mm (41 in.)
minimum
CANADA
Figure 12.2
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Must extend 2 in. (51mm) beyond
each side of pipe (shaded area)
Figure 12.4
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Step-Top Uni-Body Model
For the Step Top Pedestal Model In US installations, it is
necessary to install a floor protector of a minimum of 3/8 inch
(9.5mm) thick metal clad millboard or equivalent a minimum of
16 inches (406mm) in front of glass and 8 inches (203mm)
to both sides of the fuel loading door. Open the door and
measure 8 inches (203mm) from the side edge of the opening in the face of the appliance. *See page 12 for Canadian
clearances and horizontal venting exception.
For the Step Top Leg Model In US installations, it is necessary to install a floor protector of a minimum thickness of
1-1/4 inch (32mm) or 1/2 inch of “k” value of 0.84 thick metal
clad millboard or equivalent a minimum of 16 inches (406mm)
in front of glass and 8 inches (203mm) to both sides of the
fuel loading door. Open the door and measure 8 inches
(203mm) from the side edge of the opening in the face of
the appliance. *See page 12 for Canadian clearances and
horizontal venting exception.
3-1/4 in.
4-3/4 in.
o
co ptio
ve na
ra l
ge
31
-5
/8
in
.
48-9/16 in.
29-1/4 in.
9-5/8 in.
minimum
1/
6
3-
/1
-5
27
16
.
in
.
16
5/
-1
38
1-5/8 in.
minimum
in
.
8 in.
in
16 in. from glass
13
5°
Fuel loading door
USA
USA
Figure 13.1
Figure 13.3
USA required
Canada recommended
20mm (8 in.)
20mm
(8 in.)
20mm
(8 in.)
1254mm
(49-/8 in.)
minimum
457mm (18 in.)
1041mm (41 in.)
minimum
Must extend 2 in. (51mm) beyond
each side of pipe (shaded area)
CANADA
Figure 13.4
Figure 13.2
NOTE: • Illustrations and photos reflect typical installations and are FOR DESIGN PURPOSES ONLY.
• Illustrations/diagrams are not drawn to scale.
• Actual installation may vary due to individual design preference
• Hearth & Home Technologies reserves the right to alter its products.
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B. Outside Air Kit Installation
A source of air (oxygen) is necessary in order for combustion to take place. Whatever combustion air is consumed
by the fire must be replaced. Air is replaced via air leakage around windows and under doors. In homes that have
tightly sealed doors and windows, an outside air source is
needed. An optional Outside Air Kit is available.
WARNING
Fire Risk.
Asphyxiation Risk.
Do not draw outside combustion air from:
• Wall, floor or ceiling cavity
• Enclosed space such as an attic or garage
Included in OAK-ACC:Termination cap, (2) wire ties, flex
• Close proximity to exhaust vents or
chimneys
Included in SRV7033-041:Cover plate and sealing rope (see
Fumes or odor may result
adapter, and fasteners
Floor Installation Alternative below,
Figure 14.2)
WARNING
Asphyxiation Risk.
Items Needed for Installation (not supplied)
Outside air inlet must be located to prevent blockage from:
• 4 inch flex aluminum pipe, or if using alternate material,
then it shall be made from durable, non-combustible,
heat resistant material up to 350oF. Cut the pipe to
the required length for your installation.
•Phillips head screw driver
•
Leaves
•
Snow or ice
•
Other debris
Block may cause combustion air starvation
•Silicone sealant
Smoke spillage may set off alarms or irritate sensitive individuals.
•Drills and saws necessary for cutting holes through
the wall or flooring in your home.
WARNING
1. Remove all materials from packing box.
Asphyxiation Risk.
Length of outside air supply duct shall NOT exceed
the length of the vertical height of the exhaust flue.
• Fire will not burn properly
• Smoke spillage occurs when door is opened due
to air starvation.
2. Using a #2 Phillips screw driver attach the flex adapter
to the stove using 4 screws. Figure 14.1
3. Remove circular” knock-out” in the base of the pedestal.
4. Floor & Rear Installation: Cut a 4 inch (102mm)
hole in outside wall or floor to accommodate outside
air piping. Use 4 inch (102mm) aluminum metal flex or
rigid piping to directly connect outside air to appliance
intake. Use the supplied termination cap with a rodent
screen. Seal between the wall (or floor) and the pipe
with silicone to prevent moisture penetration.
5. Floor Installation Alternative: In some instances you
may not be able to install the flex pipe as show in Figure
14.1. If that is the case, you will need to order SRV7033041 which includes a cover plate and sealing rope as
shown in Figure 14.2. The goal is to seal the pedestal
so no room air can leak into the pedestal.
Flex Adapter
Wire Tie
Termination
Cap
Rope to Seal
Pedestal
Cover
Plate
Remove circular
“knock-out” in base
of pedestal.
Flex Line
Wire Tie
Figure 14.2 - Floor Installation Alternative
Figure 14.1 - Floor & Rear Installation
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C. Blower (Optional)
Caution
1.Remove the 3 bolts (1/4”-20 Phillips head) on the outer
skin at the bottom rear of appliance.
Shock Risk.
• Do NOT remove grounding prong from plug.
• Plug directly into properly grounded 3 prong
receptacle.
• Route cord away from appliance.
• Do NOT route cord under or in front of appliance.
2.Align holes in mounting flange of blower with bolt holes in
appliance. Blower should be positioned at bottom of rear
outer skin as shown in Figure 15.1.
3.Re-insert and tighten bolts, securing blower onto outer
wall of appliance.
4.Place the bracket containing the snap disc and magnet
under the bottom left rear corner as shown in Figure 15.1.
See page 30 for detailed operating instructions for the
blower and snap disc.
Snap Disc
Bracket
with Magnet
Secure wires
with wire tie
MANUAL
MANUAL: Over-rides the
Snap Disc
FAN
AUTO
LOW
HIGH
AUTO: Fan will turn ON/OFF
Automatically by the Snap Disc
OFF
Controls the Fan Speed
Figure 15.1
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Chimney Requirements
A. Venting Components
B. Chimney Systems
Chimney Connector:
Prefabricated Metal Chimney
It is also known as flue pipe or stove pipe. The chimney
connector joins the stove to the chimney. It must be a 6 inch
(152mm) minimum diameter 24 gauge mild steel black or
26 gauge blued steel, or an approved air-insulated double
wall venting pipe.
Thimble:
A manufactured or site-constructed device installed in
combustible walls through which the chimney connector
passes to the chimney. It is intended to keep the walls
from igniting. Site constructed thimbles must meet
NFPA 211 Standards. Prefabricated must be suitable
for use with selected chimney and meet UL103 Type HT
Standards. Follow instructions provided by the manufacturer
for manufactured thimbles for masonry chimney and
prefabricated chimneys.
•
Must be a 6 inch (152mm) diameter (ID) high temperature
chimney listed to UL 103 HT (2100oF) or ULC S629M.
•
Must use components required by the manufacturer for
installation.
•
Must maintain clearances required by the manufacturer
for installation.
•
Refer to manufacturers instructions for installation.
NOTE: In Canada when using a factory-built chimney it must
be safety listed, Type UL103 HT (2100oF) CLASS “A” or
conforming to CAN/ULC-S629M, STANDARD FOR 650oC
FACTORY-BUILT CHIMNEYS.
Chimney:
Listed Termination Cap
The chimney can be new or existing, masonry or prefabricated
and must meet the following minimum requirements specified
in Section 5B.
Storm Collar
Flashing
Listed Termination Cap
Roof Brace (if required)
Listed Chimney
Storm Collar
Flashing
Ceiling Support
Trim Collar on
Inside Wall
Chimney
Connector
Listed Chimney
Insulated " T "
Chimney
Connector
Wall Support
Thimble
Floor
Protector
Floor
Protector
Figure 16.2 - Prefabricated Interior Chimney
Figure 16.1 Prefabricated Exterior Chimney
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Thimble
C
L
Site constructed for masonry chimney installation:
ceiling
Components
• A minimum length of 12 inches [305mm] (longer for
thicker walls) of solid insulated factory-built chimney
length constructed to UL 103 Type HT 6 inch (152mm)
inside diameter. Chimney needs to extend a minimum
of 2 inches (51mm) from the interior wall and a minimum of 1 inch (25mm) from the exterior wall.
• Wall spacer, trim collar and wall band to fit solid pack
chimney selected.
• Minimum 8 inch (203mm) diameter clay liner section (if
not already present in chimney) and refractory mortar.
Air Clearances
Wall
Minimum18.0”
NFPA 211
1.5 2x2 framing stud
2.0 min air clearance
1.0 min air clearance
4.5
1.5”
2.0”
1.0”
17.0” OD 14.0” ID 8.0”
1.0”
C
L
2.0”
1.5”
Center of Hole
Thimble
• Masonry chimney clearance must meet NFPA 211 minimum requirement of 2 inches (51mm) to sheet metal
supports and combustibles.
Include depth
of hearth pad
• Minimum of 1 inch (25mm) clearance around the chimney connector.
• Top of wall opening is a minimum of 13-1/2 inches
(343mm) from ceiling or 4-1/2 inches (114mm) below
minimum clearance specified by chimney connector
manufacturer. NFPA 211 minimum vertical clearance of
18 inches (457mm) from chimney connector and ceiling or minimum recommended by chimney connector
manufacturer. Figure 17.1.
13.5” below ceiling to top
of opening
or top of opening is a min.of
4.5” below min.clearance
specified by connector mfg.
Figure 17.1
Solid Pack Chimney with Metal Supports as a Thimble
Instructions:
1. Open inside wall at proper height for the chimney connector to entry the masonry chimney. Figure 17.1
Fire Clay Flue
Liner
with Airspace
2. Entry hole to masonry chimney must be lined with an 8
inch (203mm) minimum diameter clay liner, or equivalent, secured with refractory mortar.
3. Construct a 17 inch x 17 inch (432mm x 432mm) outside dimension frame from 2 x 2 framing lumber to
fit into wall opening. Inside opening of frame should
be no less than 14 inch x 14 inch (356mm x 356mm).
Figure 17.1.
Wall Band to
Secure Chimney
Section
Chimney
Connector
5. Nail the frame into the wall opening. The spacer should
be on the chimney side.
Wood Studs Used
for Framing - Spaced
2 inch (51mm)
clearance from
Masonry Chimney
Figure 17.2
7. Tightly secure the length of the solid insulated chimney
with the wall band to the masonry chimney.
8. Insert a section of chimney connector into the chimney.
Make sure it does not protrude past the edge of the
clay chimney liner inside the chimney.
9. Seal the end of the chimney connector to the clay liner
with refractory mortar.
10. Install trim collar around the sold pack chimney section.
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Wall Spacer
Chimney Section
with 2 inch
(51mm)
Clearance to
Combustibles
4. Attach the wall spacer to the chimney side of the
frame.
6. Insert the section of the solid insulated chimney into
the outer wall of the masonry chimney.
Masonry
Chimney
Trim Collar
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Fire Risk.
Do NOT pack insulation or other combustibles between
spacers.
• ALWAYS maintain specified clearances around venting and spacers.
• Install spacers as specified.
Failure to keep insulation or other material away from
vent pipe may cause fire.
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Solid Pack Chimney with Metal Supports as a
Thimble (Cont’d)
Min. Chimney Clearance to
Wall Spacer and
Combustibles - 2 inch (51mm)
C. Installing Chimney Components
Chimney Connector
Single wall connector or stove pipe.
This must be at least 24 gauge mild steel or 26 gauge blue
steel. The sections must be attached to the appliance and to
each other with the crimped (male) end pointing toward the
stove. All joints, including the connection at the flue collar,
should be secured with 3 sheet metal screws. Make sure
to follow the minimum clearances to combustibles. Where
passage through the wall, or partition of combustible construction is desired in Canada, the installation shall conform
to CAN/CSA-B365.
Min. Clearance
2 inch (51mm)
1 inch (25mm) Air
Space to Chimney
Section
Chimney Flue
Liner
Fireclay
Liner or
Equivalent
Chimney
Connector
Chimney Section
Trim Collar
Masonry Chimney
Constructed to NFPA 211
Factory-built listed chimney connector (vented).
Wall Band
Wall Spacer
A listed connector (vented) must be used when installing this
unit in a mobile home. The listed connectors must conform
to each other to ensure a proper fit and seal.
Figure 18.1
Chimney Height / Rise and Run
This product was designed for and tested on a 6 inch (152mm)
chimney, 14 to 16 feet (420-480cm) high, (includes stove
height) measured from the base of the appliance. The further
your stack height or diameter varies from this configuration,
the possibility of performance problems exists.
Chimney height may need to be increased by 2 - 3% per
each 1000 feet above sea level. It is not recommended to
use offsets or elbows at altitudes above 4000 feet above sea
level or when there are other factors that affect flue draft.
Crimped
End
Toward
Stove
Flue Gas
Direction
Secure pipe sections with a
minimum of screws
Figure 18.2 Chimney Connector (Stove Pipe)
WARNING
WARNING
Fire Risk.
Follow Chimney Connector Manufacturer’s
Instructions for Proper Installation.
Fire Risk.
Inspection of Chimney:
• Chimney must be in good condition.
• Meets minimum standard of NFPA 211
• Factory-built chimney must be 6 inch
(152mm) UL103 HT.
ONLY use connector:
• Within the room, between appliance and ceiling or wall.
Connector shall NOT pass through:
• Attic or roof space
• Closet or similar concealed space
• Floor or ceiling
Maintain minimum clearances to combustibles
WARNING
Asphyxiation Risk.
WARNING
• Do NOT connect this unit to a chimney flue
servicing another appliance.
• Do NOT connect to any air distribution duct
or system.
May allow flue gases to enter the house.
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Improper installation, adjustment, alteration, service or
maintenance can cause injury or property damage. Refer
to the owner’s information manual provided with this appliance. For assistance or additional information consult a
qualified installer, service agency or your dealer.
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D. Chimney Termination Requirements
Follow manufacturers instructions for clearance, securing,
flashing and terminating the chimney.
• Must have an approved and listed cap
• Must not be located where it will become plugged by
snow or other material
• Must terminate at least 3 feet (91cm) above the roof
and at least 2 feet (61cm) above any portion of the
roof within 10 feet (305cm).
• Must be located away from trees or other structures
NOTE:
• Chimney performance may vary.
• Trees, buildings, roof lines and wind conditions affect
performance.
• Chimney height may need adjustment if smoking or
overdraft occurs.
E. 2-10-3 Rule
These are safety requirements and are not meant to assure proper flue draft.
Less than 10 ft. (05cm)
2 ft. (61cm)
2 ft. (61cm)
10 ft. (05cm) To Nearest Roofline
ft. (91cm)
Minimum
ft. (91cm)
Minimum
Pitched Roof
Figure 19.1
10 ft. (05cm) or more
Less than 10 ft. (05cm)
Wall or Parapet
2 ft. (61cm)Minimum
ft. (91cm) Minimum
Figure 19.2
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ft. (91cm) Minimum
Flat Roof
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Mobile Home Installation
You must use a Quadra-Fire Outside Air Kit Part
OAK-ACC and (depending on floor installation,
Part SRV7033-041) for installation in a mobile
home.
SparkArestor Cap
1. An outside air inlet must be provided for combustion See
page 14 for installation information.
Storm Collar
2. Appliance must be secured to the mobile home structure
by bolting the pedestal through hearth pad and into
floor.
Roof Flashing
3. Appliance must be grounded with #8 solid copper
grounding wire or equivalent and terminated at each end
with N.E.C. approved grounding device.
Joist Shield/Firestop
Double wall
connector pipe
4. Appliance must be installed with an approved UL103 HT
ventilated chimney connector, UL103 HT chimney, and
terminal cap with spark arrestor. Never use a single wall
connector (stove pipe) in a mobile home installation. Use
only double-wall connector pipe, Dura-Vent DVL, Selkirk
metalbestos DS or Security DL double-wall connector or
any listed double-wall connector pipe.
5. In Canada, this appliance must be connected to a 6 inch
(152mm) factory-built chimney conforming to CAN/ULC629M, STANDARD FOR FACTORY BUILT CHIMNEYS.
6. Follow the chimney and chimney connector manufacturer’s
instructions when installing the flue system for use in a
mobile home.
OutsideAir
Rear Vent
Floor Protector
7. Maintain clearance to combustibles.
8. Floor protection requirements must be followed
precisely.
9. Use silicone to create an effective vapor barrier at the
location where the chimney or other component penetrates
to the exterior of the structure.
NOTE: Offsets from the vertical, not exceeding 45°, are
allowed per Section 905(a) of the Uniform Mechanical Code
(UMC). Offsets greater than 45° are considered horizontal
and are also allowed, providing the horizontal run does not
exceed 75% of the vertical height of the vent. Construction,
clearance and termination must be in compliance with the
UMC Table 9C. This installation must also comply with NFPA
211.
NOTE: Top sections of chimney must be removable to allow
maximum clearance of 13.5 feet (411cm) from ground level
for transportation purposes.
Outside Air Floor Vent
Figure 20.1
CAUTION
Maintain structural integrity of mobile home:
• Floor, wall, ceiling and/or roof.
Do NOT cut through:
• Floor joist, wall, studs or ceiling trusses.
• Any supporting material that would affect the structural
integrity.
10. Burn wood only. Other types of fuels may generate
poisonous gases (e.g., carbon monoxide).
11. If unit burns poorly while an exhaust blower is on in
home, (i.e., range hood), increase combustion air.
12. Installation shall be in accordance with the Manufacturers
Home & Safety Standard (HUD) CFR 3280, Part 24.
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WARNING
Asphyxiation Risk.
• Never install in a sleeping room.
Consumes oxygen in the room.
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Appliance Set Up
A. Pedestal Assembly and Ash Removal
System (ARS) Installation for Step Top
Uni-body
NOTE: The Ash Removal System, must be
installed first before installing the pedestal.
Included in Kit: Door assembly, door handle & magnet,
ash drawer, fastener package. A cover plate that is required
for a floor outside air installation on a pedestal model is also
included, If not needed, discard.
Tools Required: Phillips head screwdriver, 7/16 socket
wrench, 3/32 and 5/36 Allen wrench.
Begin installing the ARS System.
2
2
Remove for
installation and
then re-install
Figure 21.1
1. Remove 2 front bricks as shown in Figure 21.1.
2. Lay body of stove on its back on a protective pad or pallet.
3. Remove the 2 nuts and 2 bolts holding the channel in
place and set the channel aside. Discard the 2 nuts.
Install the gasket over the 4 protruding screws.
Door Handle
Gasket
The glossy side of the gasket needs to go against the firebox
bottom.
Lay stove flat on
protective padding or
pallet
It is important the gasket is not put on upside
down as it could compromise its sealing capabilities. Figure 21.2.
4. Install ash door assembly by sliding the rod at an angle
into the slot on the left side. As the rod starts passing
through the slot, slide the handle over the rod and then
finish pushing the rod through the slot.
Magnet
Slide rod at an
angle into slot
Ash Door
Assembly
Figure 21.2
Slide the ash door over the 4 screws protruding from the
bottom of the stove. Secure with nuts provided. Figure
21.2.
Set Screw
(align with flat
side of rod)
5. Using a 3/32 Allen wrench tighten the set screw in the door
handle. The set screw needs to be snug. Figure 21.3.
6. Install magnet using a Phillips head screwdriver. This
magnet will hold the door handle in an open position
which in turn holds the ash door open so ashes can be
brushed into the ash drawer. Figure 21.2.
WARNING
Ash Door Rod shown
in installed position
Do NOT operate before fully assembling components.
Burning your stove without a pedestal or leg kit
attached:
•
•
Will void your warranty.
May result in property damage or personal injury.
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Door handle must be
in open position to
tighten set screw
Figure 21.3
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Pedestal and Ash Removal System (Cont’d)
Installing Pedestal Assembly
1. Remove screws on adapter and slide pedestal over
adapter on bottom of stove. Figure 22.1.
2. Line up holes in sides of pedestal with holes in adapter.
Grate
3. Securely tighten pedestal into place.
4. Carefully stand stove up and place in desired location.
ARS
Channel
5. Slip wooden decorative strips onto pedestal edges.
Finishing the ARS Installation
1. Re-install the ARS channel that was removed in Step 3 on
page one and secure with 2 bolts previously removed.
Set the grate into the ARS channel Replace the 2
front cut bricks. Figure 22.2.
Replace both bricks
back into firebox
2. Install the ash drawer.
3. Check to make sure baffle boards and ceramic blanket are
in their proper locations. (see page 29).
Figure 22.2
NOTE: If installing a floor installation of an outside air kit on a
Step Top model with a pedestal assembly you must attach
the enclosed cover plate to the back of the stove. Other
wise you may discard this piece. Figure 22.3.
Adapters
Cover
Plate
Ash Removel
Drawer
Figure 22.3
Oak
Pedestal
Trim
Figure 22.1
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B. Leg Kit and Ash Removal Installation
(ARS) for Step Top Uni-Body
NOTE: The Ash Removal System, must be
installed first before installing the legs.
Installing Leg Kit
1. Remove leg mounting brackets packaged inside firebox.
Lay stove flat on its
back on protective
padding or pallet
2. Attach the 2 bottom screws of the mounting brackets to
the bottom of the stove with 1/4”-20 Phillips head screws.
These screws are located in the component pack .
Leave the bottom 2 screws loose so you can slide the ash
pan assembly bottom slots over the screw heads. This allows the weight of the ash pan to rest on the screws while
you are attaching the top 2 screws. Once the ash pan is
attached, tighten all screws. Figure 23.2.
Leg Brackets
3. Loosely assemble bolts into the corner of the mounting
brackets for leg attachment. Figure 23.1.
4. Slide legs onto mounting brackets and tighten. Make sure
the legs are up against the bracket. There are leveling
bolts in 2 legs. These leveling legs should be in opposite
corners. Figure 23.1.
5. Carefully stand stove up and place in desired location.
Do NOT tilt up on the cast iron legs, it could damage the
legs.
6. Use leveling bolts on legs to stabilize and level stove.
Ash Drawer
Insert 2 bottom
screws loosely
Figure 23.2
CAUTION
Do NOT tilt the unit on the cast iron legs.
•
Tilting could lead to property damage.
•
Lift the unit upright and place it into position on the
floor protector.
Finishing the ARS Installation
1. Follow steps 1 through 3 on page 22. See also Figure
22.2.
Leg Mounting Brackets are
packaged inside firebox.
Leveling Legs at
opposite corners
Figure 23.1
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D. Adjusting The Blower Speed Control
C. Door Handle Assembly
The blower speed control for this unit is adjusted at the factory,
and normally does not require further adjustment.
1. Install washer on door handle shaft.
2. Slide door handle through door.
3. Install second washer(s) as shown.
4. Install key in groove.
5. Align groove in latch cam with key; slide latch cam
over shaft
6. Install locknut but do not overtighten as the door
handle needs to move smoothly.
7. Install spring handle turning in a counter-clockwise
motion to desired location on door handle rod.
NOTE: When the speed control is turned clockwise,
it will click on to high speed. Continue to turn the
speed control clockwise to decrease the speed. At
full clockwise, the blower should blow gently, but
should not stop.
1.
With the appliance plugged in, turn the speed
control knob to slow (full clockwise).
2.
With a small screwdriver, adjust the blower speed
by turning the adjustment mechanism through the
hole on the side of the speed control.
3.
Adjust the speed so the blower runs slowly, but
does not stop. Turn clockwise to slow the blower
and counterclockwise to increase the speed.
CAUTION
• Do NOT overtighten lock nut.
• Door handle needs to move smoothly.
Latch Cam
Door Cross Section
(example)
Locknut
Spring
Handle
Door Handle
Spacing
Washers
Square Key
Figure 24.1
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Operating Instructions
B. Wood Selection & Storage (Cont’d)
A. Over-Firing Your Appliance
wood out - about one hour. It is a waste of energy to burn
unseasoned wood of any kind.
WARNING
Fire Risk
Do not over-fire.
Over-firing may ignite creosote or will damage
the stove and chimney.
To prevent over-firing your stove, DO NOT:
•
•
•
•
Use flammable liquids
Overload with wood
Burn trash or large amounts of scrap lumber
Permit too much air to the fire
1. Symptoms of Over-Firing
Symptoms of over-firing may include one or more of the
following:
• Chimney connector or appliance glowing
• Roaring, rumbling noises
Dead wood lying on the forest floor should be considered
wet, and requires full seasoning time. Standing dead wood
can be considered to be about 2/3 seasoned. To tell if wood
is dry enough to burn, check the ends of the logs. If there
are cracks radiating in all directions from the center, it is dry.
If your wood sizzles in the fire, even though the surface is
dry, it may not be fully cured.
Splitting wood before it is stored reduces drying time. Wood
should be stacked so that both ends of each piece are
exposed to air, since more drying occurs through the cut
ends than the sides. This is true even with wood that has
been split. Store wood under cover, such as in a shed, or
covered with a tarp, plastic, tar paper, sheets of scrap plywood, etc., as uncovered wood can absorb water from rain
or snow, delaying the seasoning process.
C. Burning Process
• Loud cracking or banging sounds
• If you suspect a chimney fire, call the fire department
and evacuate your house.
In recent years there has been an increasing concern about
air quality. Much of the blame for poor air quality has been
placed on the burning of wood for home heating. In order to
improve the situation, we at Quadra-Fire have developed
cleaner-burning woodstoves that surpass the requirements
for emissions established by our governing agencies. These
woodstoves, like any other appliances, must be properly
operated in order to insure that they perform the way they are
designed to perform. Improper operation can turn most any
wood stove into a smoldering environmental hazard.
• Contact your local chimney professional and have your
stove and stove pipe inspected for any damage.
1. Kindling or First Stage
• Metal warping
• Chimney fire
2. What To Do if Your Stove is Over-Firing
• Immediately close the door and air controls to reduce
air supply to the fire.
• Do not use your stove until the chimney professional
informs you it is safe to do so.
Hearth & Home Technologies WILL NOT warranty stoves
that exhibit evidence of over-firing. Evidence of over-firing
includes, but is not limited to:
• Warped air tube
• Deteriorated refractory brick retainers
• Deteriorated baffle and other interior components
B. Wood Selection & Storage
Burn only dry seasoned wood. Store wood under cover, out
of the rain and snow. Dry and well-seasoned wood will not
only minimize the chance of creosote formation, but will give
you the most efficient fire. Even dry wood contains at least
15% moisture by weight, and should be burned hot enough
to keep the chimney hot for as long as it takes to dry the
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It helps to know a little about the actual process of burning in
order to understand what goes on inside a stove. The first
stage of burning is called the kindling stage. In this stage, the
wood is heated to a temperature high enough to evaporate the
moisture which is present in all wood. The wood will reach
the boiling point of water (212°F) and will not get any hotter
until the water is evaporated. This process takes heat from
the coals and tends to cool the appliance.
Fire requires three things to burn - fuel, air and heat. So, if
heat is robbed from the appliance during the drying stage,
the new load of wood has reduced the chances for a good
clean burn. For this reason, it is always best to burn dry,
seasoned firewood. When the wood isn’t dry, you must
open the air controls and burn at a high burn setting for a
longer time to start it burning. The heat generated from the
fire should be warming your home and establishing the flue
draft, not evaporating the moisture out of wet, unseasoned
wood, resulting in wasted heat.
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2. Second Stage
The next stage of burning, the secondary stage, is the period
when the wood gives off flammable gases which burn above
the fuel with bright flames. During this stage of burning it is
very important that the flames be maintained and not allowed
to go out. This will ensure the cleanest possible fire. If the
flames tend to go out, it is set too low for your burning conditions. The air control located at the upper right hand corner
is used to adjust for burn rates. This is called the Burn Rate
Air Control. Figure 26.1.
3. Final Stage
The final stage of burning is the charcoal stage. This occurs
when the flammable gases have been mostly burned and only
charcoal remains. This is a naturally clean portion of the burn.
The coals burn with hot blue flames.
The second function of the Start-Up Air Control is operation
of the rear air system. The rear air is used primarily during
a High Burn Rate. However, in some instances rear air is
desired during normal operation to help with combustion of
fuel towards the back of the firebox particularly when burning
hardwoods. The rear air is controlled independently from the
ACC system. Slide the Start-Up Air Control between the first
and third marker as indicated on the label to allow rear air to
enter the firebox. Figure 26.1.
2. Manual Timer Over-Ride
If you need to shut the ACC system off before it shuts itself
off after 25 minutes (i.e. overfire situation), reach down to
the bottom right rear corner and pull the lever toward you.
Figure 26.2.
It is very important to reload your appliance while enough
lively hot coals remain in order to provide the amount of heat
needed to dry and rekindle the next load of wood. It is best
to open the Burn Rate Air and Start-Up Air Controls before
reloading. This livens up the coalbed and reduces excessive
emissions (opacity/smoke). Open door slowly so that ash or
smoke does not exit appliance through opening. You should
also break up any large chunks and distribute the coals so
that the new wood is laid on hot coals.
HIGH
Burn Rate
Air Control
MED
LOW
Air quality is important to all of us, and if we choose to use
wood to heat our homes we should do so responsibly. To do
this we need to learn to burn our stoves in the cleanest way
possible. Doing this will allow us to continue using our wood
stoves for many years to come.
D. Automatic Combustion Control (ACC)
Typically, when you build a fire, you open the air controls fully
and monitor the fire to prevent it from going into an overfire
situation and/or burning your wood up too quickly before you
shut down the air controls to the desired burn rate. With the
Automatic Combustion Control (ACC) system, you do not
have to continually monitor the fire. Once you set the ACC
system it will control the fire for you. Follow the instructions
below to learn how to operate your stove with ease.
Start-Up
Air Control
Figure 26.1
E. Air Controls
1. Start-Up Air Control
The Start-Up Air Control has two primary functions. The
first function is to activate the Automatic Combustion Control
system (ACC). This function is performed by sliding the control all the way back until it stops at the “HI” indicator on the
label and then pulling forward to the front of the stove until
it stops. This activates the ACC system and opens the front
air channel and allows air to enter the front of the stove for
approximately 25 minutes. The front air channel gradually
shuts down until it is completely closed at the end of the 25
minutes. The fire is now controlled by the air supplied by the
Burn Rate Air Control. This function should be performed
each time you reload the stove. Figure 26.1.
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Pull Forward
to Shut Down
Manual
Timer (ACC)
Shut Down
Figure 26.2
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2. Burn Rate Air Control
4. Medium-Low Burn Rate - 10,000 to 15,000 BTU/hr
This air supply enters at the upper front of the firebox, near the
top of the glass door. This preheated air supplies the necessary fresh oxygen to mix with the unburned gases, helping
to create second, third and fourth combustions. This air is
regulated by the Burn Rate Air Control. There are four settings
High, Medium-High, Medium-Low and Low. When the control
is raised all the way up it is on the High setting and when
pushed all the down it is on the Low setting. Figure 27.1.
Raise the Burn Rate Air Control up to the bottom of
the middle marker and stop. Slide the Start-Up Air
Control all the way back until it stops (HI marker) and
then pull forward until it stops. This activates the timer
system (ACC).
5. Low Burn Rate - Below 10,000 BTU/hr
Leave the Burn Rate Air Control at the bottom marker.
Slide the Start-Up Air Control all the way back until it
stops (HI marker) and then pull forward until it stops.
This activates the timer system (ACC).
F. Burn Rates and Operating Efficiency
For maximum operating efficiency
HIGH
1. This appliance has a timer system (ACC) that operates
the stove at its maximum efficiency removing any guess
work for the homeowner. Follow the instructions below
for each burn rate for the Start-Up Air Control and Burn
Rate Air Control. Figure 27.1.
Shown with Side
Shield Removed
LOW
2. Burn dry, well-seasoned wood.
Low (Closed)
Burn Rates
1. Starting a Fire and Reloading
High (Open)
Open both controls fully by raising the Burn Rate Air
Control all the way up until it stops and slide the Start-up
Air Control back until it stops. After loading the stove with
wood and starting the fire, set both controls to the desired
setting by following the burn rate instructions below.
Burn Rate
Air Control
Front Air Channel
Operated by Timer
NOTE: These are approximate settings, and will vary with
type of wood or chimney draft. Due to altitude and other
environmental circumstances, this operational information is
a guideline only.
Start-Up Air
Control
2. High Burn Rate - Maximum Heat
Raise the Burn Rate Air Control all the way up until it stops
(top marker) to a fully open position. Slide the Start-Up Air
Control all the way back until it stops (HI marker) and leave
it there. This setting over-rides the timer system (ACC) so
you must monitor the fire closely while in this setting.
Timer
Rear Air Channel
Operates independently
from Timer
Timer Manual
Shut-off
START-UP
REAR AIR
HI
WARNING
Risk of Fire.
When set on High Burn Rate and over-riding
the Automatic Combustion Control system an
overfire situation can occur and may result in a
chimney fire.
Overfiring will void the stove warranty.
3. Medium-High Burn Rate - 15,000 to 30,000 BTU/hr
Raise the Burn Rate Air Control all the way up until it
stops (top marker) to a fully open position. Slide the
Start-Up Air Control all the way back until it stops (HI
marker) and then pull forward until it stops. This activates
the timer system (ACC).
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Closed
Wide
Open
“HI” setting
over-rides
Timer
After activating the timer (ACC), if the control is placed
within the rear air section on the label it will allow rear air
to enter the firebox. This will not interfere with the timer
gradually closing the front air channel in 25 minutes. If
control is set on “HI” it over-rides the timer (ACC).
Figure 27.1
NOTE: Operate appliance on High Burn 15 minutes a
day to help keep flue/chimney clean.
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G. Building A Fire
Baffle Board even with front
tube & resting on all tubes
Before lighting your first fire in the stove:
1. Confirm the baffle is correctly positioned. It should be
even with the front tube and resting on all tubes. Figure
28.1.
2. Follow instructions on page 32 for cleaning plated surfaces, if applicable.
Burn Rate
Air Control
3. Remove all labels from glass.
Start-Up
Air
Control
There are many ways to build a fire. The basic principle
is to light easily-ignitable tinder or paper, which ignites the
fast burning kindling, which in turn ignites the slow-burning
firewood. Here is one method that works well:
1. Open the Burn Rate Air and Start-Up Air Controls fully.
2. Place several wads of crushed paper on the firebox floor.
Heating the flue with slightly crumpled newspaper before
adding kindling keeps smoke to a minimum.
Ceramic Blanket on Top
3. Lay small dry sticks of kindling on top of the paper.
4. Make sure that no matches or other combustibles are in
the immediate area of the appliance. Be sure the room
is adequately ventilated and the flue unobstructed.
5. Light the paper in the appliance. NEVER light or rekindle
fire with kerosene, gasoline, or charcoal lighter fluid; the
results can be fatal.
6. Once the kindling is burning quickly, add several fulllength logs 3 inches (76mm) or 4 inches (102mm) in
diameter. Be careful not to smother the fire. Stack the
pieces of wood carefully; near enough to keep each
other hot, but far enough away from each other to allow
adequate air flow between them.
7. Set the Burn Rate Air Control and activate the timer
system (ACC).
8. When ready to reload, It is best to fully open both the
Burn Rate Air and Start-up Air Controls before reloading. This livens up the coalbed and reduces excessive
emissions (opacity/smoke). Open door slowly so that
ash or smoke does not exit appliance through opening.
Large logs burn slowly, holding a fire longer. Small logs
burn fast and hot, giving quick heat.
9. As long as there are hot coals, repeating steps 6
through 8 will maintain a continuous fire throughout the
season.
NOTE:
• Build fire on brick firebox floor.
• Do NOT use grates, andirons or other methods to support
fuel.
It will adversely affect emissions.
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Tube Channels
2 pc Baffle Board
Figure 28.1
WARNING
Fire Risk
Do NOT store wood:
• Closer than required clearances to combustibles to appliance
• Within space required for loading or ash
removal.
Do NOT operate appliance:
• With appliance door open.
• With ash removal system door open.
WARNING
Fire Risk.
• Do NOT burn wet or green wood.
• Store wood in dry location.
• Stack wood so both ends are exposed to air.
Wet, unseasoned wood can cause accumulation of
creosote.
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INCORRECT POSITIONS
H. Correct Baffle & Blanket Placement
WARNING
Fire Risk
Firebox damage due to improper baffle placement is not covered by warranty. Operate the
wood burning appliance with the baffle in the
correct position only.
Not doing so could result in:
• Reduced efficiency
• Overheating the chimney
• Overheating the rear of the firebox
Ceramic Blanket and Baffle Board are NOT in
contact with the back of the firebox.
• Poor performance
Ensure correct
baffle placement and replace baffle components if damaged or missing.
CORRECT POSITION
Ceramic Blanket
Back of Firebox
Ceramic Blanket is NOT in contact with the
back of the firebox and NOT even with the Baffle Board in the front.
Ceramic Blanket
Back of Firebox
Baffle Board
Ceramic Blanket and Baffle Board MUST be
in contact with the back of the firebox and
even with each other in the front.
Baffle Board
Ceramic Blanket is bunched up at the back of
the firebox and NOT even with the Baffle Board
in the front.
Figure 29.1
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Figure 29.2
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J. Opacity (Smoke)
I. Blower Operating Instructions
NOTE: If your Quadra-Fire wood stove is equipped with an
optional blower, you should follow these guidelines:
1.
Initial (cold) start-up and all Burn Settings
The blower can be plugged in and turned on right away.
The blower fan is turned on and off by a snap disc.
When your stove has reached a certain temperature
the blower will turn on and when your stove has cooled
down to a certain temperature it will turn off.
This is the measure of how cleanly your appliance is burning. Opacity is measured in percent; 100% opacity is when
an object is totally obscured by the smoke column from a
chimney, and 0% opacity means that no smoke column can
be seen. As you become familiar with your appliance, you
should periodically check the opacity. This will allow you to
know how to burn as nearly smoke-free as possible (goal of
0% opacity).
NOTE: The blower can still be left on at all burn rates
even if you have deactivated the snap disc with the
manual over-ride knob. See page 15.
2.
The blower is equipped with a speed control. Adjust
the fan speed by turning the speed control clockwise
to “Low” or counterclockwise to “High”.
3.
Snap Disc Location
If you find the blower coming on and off at undesirable
temperatures, relocate the snap disc to another location
in the designated zone on the back of the appliance.
Figure 30.1 There is a manual over-ride switch to
deactivate the snap disc, if necessary. See page 15.
WARNING
Fire Risk.
• Do NOT burn garbage or flammable fluids such
as gasoline, naptha or engine oil.
• Do NOT burn treated wood or wood with salt (driftwood).
• May generate carbon monooxide if burn material other
than wood.
May result in illness or possible death.
WARNING
Fire Risk.
Keep combustible materials, gasoline
and other flammable vapors and
liquids clear of appliance.
• Do NOT store flammable materials in the appliance’s
vicinity.
• Do NOT use gasoline, lantern fuel, kerosene, charcoal
lighter fluid or similar liquids to start or “freshen up” a fire
in this heater.
• Keep all such liquids well away from the heater while it is
in use.
• Combustible materials may ignite.
Figure 30.1
CAUTION
Odors and vapors released during initial operation.
• Curing of high temperature paint.
• Open windows for air circulation.
Odors may be irritating to sensitive individuals.
K. Frequently Asked Questions
ISSUES
SOLUTIONS
Odor from appliance
When first operated, this appliance may release an odor for the first several hours. This is
caused by the curing of the paint and the burning off of any oils remaining from manufacturing.
Metallic noise
Noise is caused by metal expanding and contracting as it heats up and cools down, similar to
the sound produced by a furnace or heating duct. This noise does not affect the operation or
longevity of the appliance.
Whirring sound
If the optional blower has been installed, the blower produces a whirring sound which
increases in volume as the speed is increased.
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Maintaining & Servicing Your Appliance
2. Ash Removal System (ARS) Operating and Cleaning
A. General Maintenance
1. Creosote (Chimney) Cleaning
• Frequency: Every 2 months during heating season or
as recommended by a certified chimney sweep; more
frequently if chimney exceeds or is under 14-16 ft.
(measured from bottom of appliance)
• By: Certified Chimney Sweep
Remove all ash from the firebox and extinguish all hot
embers before disposal. Allow the appliance to cool
completely. Disconnect flue pipe or remove baffle and
ceramic blanket from appliance before cleaning chimney.
Otherwise residue can pile up on top of the baffle and
ceramic blanket and the appliance will not work properly.
(See Baffle Removal on page 34). Close the door tightly.
The creosote or soot should be removed with a brush
specifically designed for the type of chimney in use. Clean
out fallen ashes from the firebox.
It is also recommended that before each heating season
the entire system be professionally inspected, cleaned and
repaired if necessary.
Inspection: Inspect the system at the appliance connection
and at the chimney top. Cooler surfaces tend to build
creosote deposits quicker, so it is important to check the
chimney from the top as well as from the bottom.
Formation and Need For Removal: When wood is burned
slowly, it produces tar and other organic vapors which
combine with expelled moisture to form creosote. The
creosote vapors condense in the relatively cool chimney
flue of a newly-started or a slow-burning fire. As a result,
creosote residue accumulates on the flue lining. When
ignited, this creosote creates an extremely hot fire which
may damage the chimney or even destroy the house. The
chimney connector and chimney should be inspected once
every 2 months during the heating season to determine if a
creosote or soot buildup has occurred. If creosote or soot
has accumulated, it should be removed to reduce the risk
of a chimney fire.
• Frequency: As necessary
• By: Homeowner
CAUTION
Injury Risk.
• Gloves recommended
• May have sharp edges
a. The stove and ashes must be completely cooled down
before using the Ash Removal System. Reach down and
locate the ash removal door handle under the left side of
the stove in the center. Squeeze the handle and push all
the way back. A magnet will hold the handle in place which
in turn holds the ash door open.
b. Clean ash down through the ash removal system grate into
the drawer below. If there are large pieces in the ashes,
you can remove the grate before brushing the ash into the
drawer.
Make sure all ash is removed from the top of ARS door.
Lift up the grate and inspect the top of the door to ensure
all ash has been removed. You can rapidly move the ARS
latch handle up and down to help remove any ash from the
door. Use a small brush to clean off the top of the door if
any ash remains.
Be sure to replace the grate before operating the stove.
Remember to leave 1/4 to 1/2 inch (6-13mm) of ash on
the firebox floor to act as a natural grate, allowing air to
flow freely underneath wood.
c. Close the door handle, you will hear a “click” when it closes.
The ash drawer will not pull out if the door handle is left in
the open position. Wear gloves to remove the drawer.
Dispose of the ashes following the directions below.
WARNING
WARNING
Fire Risk.
Prevent creosote buildup.
• Inspect chimney connector and chimney once
every two months during heating season.
Fire Risk
Injury Risk
• Remove creosote to reduce risk of chimney fire.
• Ignited creosote is extremely HOT.
Air leakage may cause:
• Over-fire condition.
WARNING
• Flame and/or smoke spillage.
Fire Risk.
• Do not use chimney cleaners or flame colorants in your appliance.
Will corrode pipe.
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Make sure Ash Removal System door is sealed
tight against the gasket.
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3. Disposal of Ashes
5. Glass Cleaning
• Frequency: When ash is within 1-3/4 in. (44mm) of
firebox lip
• By: Homeowner
• Frequency: As desired
• By: Homeowner
Ashes should be placed in a metal container with a
tight fitting lid. The closed container of ashes should
be placed on a non-combustible floor or on the ground,
well away from all combustible materials, pending
final disposal. If the ashes are disposed of by burial
in soil or otherwise locally dispersed, they should be
retained in the closed container until all cinders have
thoroughly cooled.
WARNING
Fire Risk.
Disposal of Ashes
• Ashes should be placed in metal container with tight
fitting lid.
• Do not place metal container on combustible
surface.
• Ashes should be retained in closed container until all
cinders have thoroughly cooled.
Clean glass with a non-abrasive glass cleaner. Abrasive
cleaners may scratch and cause glass to crack. If the
deposits on the glass are not very heavy, normal glass
cleaners work well. Heavier deposits may be removed
by using a damp cloth dipped in wood ashes or by using
a commercially available oven cleaner.
After using an oven cleaner, it is advisable to remove any
residue with a glass cleaner or soap and water. Oven
cleaner left on during the next firing can permanently
stain the glass and damage the finish on plated metal
surfaces.
A portion of the combustion air entering the firebox is
deflected down over the inside of the door glass. This air
flow “washes” the glass, helping to keep smoke from adhering to its surface.
When operated at a low burn rate, less air will be flowing
over the glass and the smokey, relatively cool condition of a
low fire will cause the glass to become coated.
Operating the appliance with the Burn Rate Air Control and
Start-Up Air Control all the way open for 15-20 minutes
should remove the built up coating.
4. Cleaning Plated Surfaces
CAUTION
• Frequency: Prior to first burn and then as desired
• By: Homeowner
Handle glass assembly with care.
Clean all the fingerprints and oils from plated surfaces
BEFORE firing the appliance for the first time. If not
cleaned properly before lighting your first fire, the oils
can cause permanent markings on the plating.
After the plating is cured, the oils will not affect the
finish and little maintenance is required. Wipe clean as
needed.
CAUTION
Glass
Assembly
•
•
•
•
When cleaning glass:
• Avoid striking, scratching or
slamming glass.
• Do NOT clean glass when hot.
Do NOT use abrasive cleaners.
Use a hard water deposit glass cleaner on white film.
Use commerical oven cleaner on heavier deposits.
Remove all residue of oven cleaner or will permanently
stain glass on next firing.
•
Refer to maintenance instructions.
• Do not use polishes with abrasives.
It will scratch plated surfaces.
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B. Glass Replacement
1. Ensure that the fire is out and the appliance is cool
to the touch.
2. Protect a table or counter top with padding or towels.
Protect your hands and wear gloves to prevent
injury.
3. Remove the door with the broken glass by lifting the
door up and off of the hinges.
4. Lay door face down on a table or counter making sure
the handle hangs over the edge so the door lays flat,
on a soft surface.
5. Remove the screws from each glass retainer and
remove the glass. (If screws are difficult to remove,
soak with penetrating oil first).
6. Center the glass with edges evenly overlapping the
opening in the door, (i.e. same space top and bottom,
left and right sides).
7. Replace the glass retainers. Be careful not to cross
thread the screws.
8. Tighten each retainer just a few turns until each is
secured. Check again for centering of glass in door
frame. Continue to tighten each retainer alternately,
a few turns at a time, until the glass is secure. DO
NOT OVERTIGHTEN.
9. Replace the door on the appliance.
Quadra-Fire stoves are equipped with ceramic super
heat-resistant glass, which can only be broken by impact
or misuse. Do not slam stove door or impact the glass.
When closing door, make sure that logs do not protrude
against the glass. Inspect glass regularly. If you find a
crack or break, immediately put the fire out and return
the door to your dealer for replacement of glass before
further use.
WARNING
Handle glass with care.
• Inspect the gasket to ensure it is
undamaged.
Glass
Assembly
• Do NOT strike, slam or scratch glass.
• Do NOT operate appliance with glass
& door assembly removed.
• Do NOT operate with glass cracked, broken or scratched.
WARNING
Fire Risk.
Injury Risk.
• Use only glass specified in manual.
• DO NOT REPLACE with any other material.
Glass breakage will occur.
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C. Firebrick Replacement
Replace the firebrick if they become crumbly and/or if there
is a 1/4 inch (6.35mm) gap between the bricks.
1
1
Inspect the firebrick after each ash removal.
1
The firebox is lined with high quality firebrick, which has
exceptional insulating properties. There is no need to use a
grate; simply build a fire on the firebox floor. Do not operate
appliance without firebrick.
1
1
1
4
1
1. After the coals have completely cooled, remove all old
brick and ash from unit and vacuum firebox.
5
2
1
No brick, ARS
Grate Location
2
2
1
4
1
2
3
2. Remove new brick set from box and lay out to diagram
shown.
9 in.
3. Lay bottom bricks in unit.
1-1/4 in.
4. Install rear bricks on the top of the bottom bricks. Slide
top of bricks under clip on back of firebox wall and push
bottom of brick back.
1-1/4 in.
3
5. Install side bricks. Slide top of brick under clips on side
of firebox and push the bottom of the brick until it is flush
with the side of the appliance.
2 in.
5 in.
2 in.
8 in.
1
1
1
3 in.
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
5
1-1/4 in.
2
1
2
1
2
2
Figure 34.2 - 3100 Step Top Brick Assembly
1
No.
3
9 in.
1-1/4 in.
1-1/4 in.
3
2 in.
5 in.
Qty
9 x 4-1/2 x 1-1/4
10
2
6 x 4-1/2
4
3
9 x 4-1/2 with angle (see drawing)
1
4
4-1/2 x 4-1/2 x 1-1/4
2
5
9 x 3 with angle (see drawing)
1
2 in.
Use Part 832-0550 when ordering individual brick. Provide brick
dimension or copy this page, mark the desired brick and take it
to your authorized dealer.
8 in.
4
1-1/4 in.
Brick Size
1
3 in.
Figure 34.1 - 3100 Millennium Brick Assembly
No.
Brick Size
Qty
1
9 x 4-1/2 x 1-1/4
12
2
6 x 4-1/2
4
3
9 x 4-1/2 with angle (see drawing)
1
4
9 x 3 with angle (see drawing)
1
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NOTE: The Ash Removal System is available for the Step Top Model only and not
for the Millennium Model.
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E. Snap Disc Replacement
D. Baffle Removal
1. Remove all ash from the firebox, and extinguish all hot
embers before disposal into a metal container.
1. Locate the snap disc bracket assembly at the bottom left
rear corner of the stove. Figure 35. 3
2. The baffle board has 2 pieces. With the ceramic blanket 2. A magnet holds the bracket to the stove. Pull the bracket
down away from the stove to expose the snap disc.
still in place, slide one baffle piece over the top of other one
and pull out top piece through the door opening and then 3. Pull the snap disc and spade connectors up and out of
remove bottom baffle piece. Figure 35.1
bracket as shown in Figure 35.4.
3. Remove the ceramic blanket.
4. Using a Phillips head screw driver, remove the 2 screws
from the snap disc and then remove the snap disc from
4. Re-install the baffle pieces one piece at a time. Be sure
the spade connectors. Replace with new snap disc and
the baffle boards are even with the front manifold tube and
re-connect to spade connectors.
is resting on all tubes. See page 29.
5. To re-install the ceramic blanket, it is easier to fold it in 5. Push the snap disc and spade connectors back inside
bracket and re-attach the bracket to the stove.
half first. Place on top of baffle board, open up and flatten
and smooth out the blanket. Re-check the baffle board for
correct positioning. Figure 35.2.
Figure 35.1 - Baffle
Snap Disc Location
Figure 35.3
Snap Disc
Magnet
Spade
Connectors
Figure 35.2 - Ceramic Blanket
Figure 354.4
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F. Tube Channel Assembly Replacement
NOTE: Service Space
Removing Tube Channel Assembly
1.Remove the right side shield by removing 2 screws in the
back using a Phillips head screw driver.
2.Remove 4 screws from channel access cover and remove
cover.
In order to replace the tube channel assembly a clearance
of 19 inches (483mm) is required on the right side of stove
in order to remove the tubes with the stove in place.
If space is not available, the stove will have to be disconnected from the chimney to proceed with the tube replacement.
3.Locate 2 channel nuts inside of chamber and remove
using a 7/16 socket wrench. Slide out tube channel
assembly.
NOTE: Soak the bolts with penetrating oil for at least 15
minutes before trying to remove them.
Replacing Tube Channel Assembly
1.Slide one gasket onto each tube.
2.Slide the tube channel assembly into side of firebox and
insert each tube into the corresponding hole in the tube
channel rack starting with the back hole first.
3.Make sure tube channel assembly is flush against the
side of the stove and secure with channel nuts.
4. Re-install channel cover and side shield.
Slide one gasket
over each tube
Tube Channel Rack
Channel
Access
Cover
Channel Cover
Screws (4)
Remove
2 Screws
Channel
Nuts (2)
Tube Channel
Assembly
Side Panel
Figure 36.1
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10
Troubleshooting
Start Fire Problems
Can’t get fire started
Excessive smoke or spillage
Burns too slowly
Smolders, sizzles
With proper installation, operation, and maintenance your woodstove
will provide years of trouble-free service. If you do experience a problem, this troubleshooting guide will assist a qualified service person in
the diagnosis of a problem and the corrective action to be taken.
Possible Cause
Solution
Not enough kindling/paper or no
kindling/paper
Use dry kindling, more paper. Arrange kindling &
wood for air movement.
Not enough air for fire to ignite
Check for restricted cap/shroud
Open outside air kit (if installed).
Check for flue blockage.
Pre-warm flue before starting fire (refer to starting
fire section).
Check for adequate vent height (refer to chimney
assembly section).
Open window below the appliance towards the
wind.
Wood condition is too wet, too
large
Use dry, seasoned wood (refer to wood fuel section).
Bed of coals not established
before adding wood
Start with paper & kindling to establish bed of
coals (refer to starting fire section).
Flue blockage such as birds’
Have chimney inspected for creosote and cleaned
nests or leaves in termination cap by a certified chimney sweep.
Down draft or negative pressure
Do not use exhaust fans during start-up (refer to
Competition with exhaust devices negative pressure section).
Open window below the appliance towards the
wind.
Fire burns too fast
Extremely dry or soft wood
Mix in hardwood.
Mix in less seasoned wood after fire is established
(refer to wood fuel section).
Overdrafting
Check for correct vent height; too much vertical
height creates overdrafting.
Check location of vent termination (refer to chimney requirements section).
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ARS door may not be closed
completely
Handle set screw rotated on ash door rod - Follow
installation instructions
Ash left on ARS door
No seal is created. Clean off top of ARS door for
complete seal.
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Reference Materials
A. Exploded view
Item
48
30
1
30
47
46
45
Description
Hinge Pins
31
Door, Cast
not sold sep.
32
Spring Handle, 1/2 inch
Gold: 832-0620
Nickel: 250-8330
40
Door Handle, Rod Only
430-1131
41
Washer, Spacing
Qty (1) 222-0010
Qty (3) 832-0990
42
Trim Ring for Door (Trim Door
Assembly only)
Gold: 430-2682
Nickel: 430-5340
43
Glass Assembly
7000-012
44
Cam Latch
430-1141
45
Nut, Locking
Qty 24: 226-0100/24
Qty 1: 832-1060
46
Key, Cam Latch
430-1151
47
Screws, Glass Frame
Qty 1: 220-0490
Qty 10: 832-0860
48
Glass Frame Assembly (set)
832-0350
44
43
40
32
41
42
Glass Size: 15-1/2” wide x 13-3/8” high
Figure 38.1 - Door, Glass And Door Handle Assembly
1
Item
10
12
9
14
7
6
49
4
Part No.
Gold: 832-0250
Nickel: 430-5320
Description
Part No.
4
Knob, Start-Up Air Control
7000-343
5
Magnet for Air Control
229-0631
6
Air Control Rod Guide,
Start-Up
7033-210
7
Control Arm Assy, Rear Air
7033-035
9
Timer, Mechanical
SRV480-1940
10
Timer Arm Assembly
7033-034
12
Gasket, Front & Rear Air
Timer Doors
7033-282
13
Burn Rate Air Control Assy
7033-033
Snap Disc, F125 F-20
230-0470
14
Spring Handle, 1/4 inch
Gold: 250-0630
Nickel: 250-8340
49
Timer Air Control Assembly
SRV7033-052
5
Figure 38.2 - Burn Rate Air & Start-Up Air Controls
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26
22
23
24
25
21
27
12
1
10
14
9
20
19
28
29
18
7
30
6
49
4
1
34
5
16
32
3
33
17
2
1
SIZES
(#33) Baffle Board: 9-1/2” w x 13-3/4” h, each
(#29) Ceramic Blanket: 19” w x 13-3/4” h, 1/2” thick
Millennium Model
Figure 39.1
Item
Description
Item
Description
1
Oak Trim Strip for Pedestal
20
Tube Channel Assembly
2
Pedestal Base
21
Air Channel, Convection
3
Pedestal Riser
22
Bracket, Convection Mount
4
Knob, Start-Up Air Control
23
Air Supply, Back
5
Magnet for Air Control
24
Flue Collar
6
Air Control Rod Guide, Start-Up
25
Panel Assembly, Side, Left
7
Control Arm Assembly, Rear Air
26
Air Channel Assembly, Rear
9
Timer, Mechanical
27
Brick, Set
10
Timer Arm Assembly
28
Tube Support Rack
12
Gasket, Front & Rear Air Doors
29
Blanket, Ceramic
13
Burn Rate Air Control Assembly
30
Hinge Pin
14
Spring Handle, 1/4 inch
31
Door, Cast (not sold separately)
16
Label for Burn Rate Air Control
32
Spring Handle, 1/2 inch
17
Label for Start-Up Air Control
33
Baffle Fiberboard, (2 pc)
18
Panel Assembly, Side, Right
34
Brick Retainer
19
Tube Channel Access Cover (Top)
49
Timer Air Control Assembly
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25
21
39
22
23
26
50
13
51
14
10
12
9
28
20
19
18
29
5
30
4
49
6
7
16
34
31
17
33
32
37
52
1
SIZES
36
(#33) Baffle Board: 9-1/2” w x 13-3/4” h, each
(#29) Ceramic Blanket: 19” w x 13-3/4” h, 1/2” thick
35
Step-Top Uni-Body Model
Figure 40.1
Item
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Description
Item
Description
1
Oak Strip for Pedestal
26
Air Channel Assembly, Rear
4
Knob, Start-Up Air Control
28
Tube Support Rack
5
Magnet for Air Control
29
Blanket, Ceramic
6
Air Control Rod Guide, Start-Up
30
Hinge Pin
7
Control Arm Assembly, Rear Air
31
Door, Cast (not sold separately)
9
Timer, Mechanical
32
Spring Handle, 1/2 inch
10
Timer Arm Assembly
33
Baffle Fiberboard, (2 pc)
12
Gasket, Front & Rear Air Doors
34
Brick Retainer
13
Burn Rate Air Control Assembly
35
Legs, Queen Anne
14
Spring Handle, 1/4 inch
36
Pedestal, Ash Removal System
16
Label for Burn Rate Air Control
37
Ash Pan, Ash Removal System
17
Label for Start-Up Air Control
39
Flue Collar (can’t replace in the field)
18
Panel Assembly, Side, Right
49
Timer Air Control Assembly
19
Tube Channel Access Cover (Top)
50
Brick, Set
20
Tube Channel Assembly
51
Grate, Ash Removal
21
Air Channel, Convection
52
Bracket, Leg Mount, Left & Right (set)
22
Bracket, Convection Mount
23
Air Supply, Back
25
Panel Assembly, Side, Left
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B. Service Parts & Accessories
IMPORTANT: THIS IS DATED INFORMATION. When requesting a part for your appliance, please
supply serial number and model name/number to ensure correct service parts. All parts may be ordered
from an authorized dealer.
ITEM #
ACCESSORIES
PART NO.
Blower Assembly
BK-ACC
31
Door Assembly, Black
832-1092
31
Door Assembly, Gold Trim
832-1912
31
Door Assembly, Nickel Trim
DR-31/43NL
Leg Kit & Ash Removal System, Cast Legs
LEG-3143-BK
Leg Kit & Ash Removal System, Gold Legs
LEG-3143-GD
Leg Kit & Ash Removal System, Nickel Legs
LEG-3143-NL
35
Legs, Queen Anne, Matte Black
831-1240
35
Legs, Queen Anne, Nickel
LEGS-QANL
35
Legs, Queen Anne, Gold
831-1250
Outside Air Kit, Floor & Rear (Termination Cap, Wire Ties, Flex Adapter, Fasteners) OAK-ACC
see pg 14
Outside Air Back Cover Plate & Sealing Rope, (1 inch x 4 ft) Floor Only
SRV7033-041
Pedestal Assembly & Ash Removal System
PED-3143
Upgrade to Nickel Door (includes Nickel Spring Handles, Hinge Pins And Logo)
UK-DRNL
ITEM #
SERVICE PARTS
PART NO.
26
Air Channel Assembly, Rear
7033-002
21
Air Channel, Convection
7033-144
6
Air Control Rod Guide, Start-Up Air
7033-210
37
Ash Pan, Front Assembly, Leg, Step-Top Model
7033-008
Ash Pan, Pedestal, Step Top Model
7033-010
Ash Pan, Leg, Step-Top Model
7033-050
Baffle, Fiberboard (2 pieces), 9-1/2” wide X 13-3/4” high
SRV7033-209
Blower (Motor Only) Replacement
812-4900
Blanket, Ceramic 1/2” thick, field cut to size, 19” wide x 13-3/4” high
832-3390
Blower Control Box with Switch
7000-194
Bracket, Leg Mount, Left & Right (Set), Step-Top Model
SRV7033-183
33
29
38,52
Bracket, Snap Disc
7033-036
Brick, Individual
832-0550
34
Brick, Retainer
7033-149
27
Brick, Set, Millennium
SRV7033-006
50
Brick, Set, Step-Top Model
SRV7033-032
Brick, Uncut, (Set of 6)
832-3040
13
Burn Rate Air Control Assembly
7033-033
44
Cam Latch (Door Handle)
430-1141
Channel, Ash Removal System, Step Top Model
7033-172
Component Pack, Millennium Model, Black and Gold, (includes Touch-up Paint,
Gold Spring Handles, Trimount Plug, Owner’s Manual, Warranty Card)
7033-027
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ITEM #
SERVICE PARTS
PART NO.
Component Pack, Millennium Model, Nickel (includes Touch-up Paint, Nickel
7033-029
Spring Handles (1) 1/2 inch and (2) 1/4 inch, Trimount Plug, Owner’s Manual, Warranty Card)
7
Component Pack, Step-Top Model, (includes Touch-up Paint, Owner’s Manual,
Warranty Card) Spring Handles are included with Door Packaging
7033-043
Component Pack, Door, Black & Gold (includes Gold Spring Handles (1) 1/2 inch
and (2) 1/4 inch, 2 Gold Hinge Pins, Quadra-Fire Logo
436-5350
Component Pack, Door, Nickel (includes Nickel Spring Handles (1) 1/2 inch and
(2) 1/4 inch, 2 Nickel Hinge Pins, Quadra-Fire Logo
436-5360
Component Pack, Leg, Step-Top Model, (includes Gasket for Ash Removal, Magnet & Fasteners)
7033-048
Component Pack, Pedestal, Step-Top Model, (includes Gasket for Ash Removal,
Magnet & Fasteners)
7033-045
Control Arm Assembly, Rear Air
7033-035
Door Assembly, Ash Removal, Step Top Model
7033-015
Door Handle Assembly
832-0540
40
Door Handle, Rod Only
430-1131
24
Flue Collar, Millennium Model
SRV7000-302
Gasket, Ash Removal, Step Top Model
7033-185
Gasket, (Tape) Glass, 5 ft
832-0460
12
Gasket, Front & Rear Air Timer Doors
7033-282
43
Glass Assembly, 15-1/2” wide x 13-3/8” high
7000-012
48
Glass Frame, Set (4 pc)
832-0350
51
Grate, Ash Removal, Step Top Model
7033-173
Handle Assembly, Ash Removal, Step Top Model
7033-274
30
Hinge Pins, Gold (2)
832-0250
30
Hinge Pins, Nickel (2)
430-5320
46
Key, Cam Latch, (Door Handle)
430-1151
4
Knob, Start-Up Air Control
7000-343
16
Label for Burn Rate Air Control
7033-160
17
Label for Start-Up Air Control
7033-166
Latch, Handle Assembly, Ash Removal
7033-047
Logo, Quadra-Fire, Gold
200-3180
Logo, Quadra-Fire, Nickel
200-3240
Magnet for Snap Disc Bracket, Snap Disc
229-0631
Magnet, Round
SRV7000-140
Nut, Locking (Door Handle)
Qty 1: 832-1060
Qty 24: 226-0100/24
Outside Air Back Cover Plate and Sealing Rope
SRV7033-041
Outside Collar Assembly
7033-039
Outside Air Shield
33271
Paint, Touch-Up, Matte Black
7000-304
25
Panel Assembly, Side, Left, Step-Top Model
7033-038
18
Panel Assembly, Side, Right, Step-Top Model
7033-037
25
Panel Assembly, Side, Left, Millennium Model
7033-019
18
Panel Assembly, Side, Right, Millennium Model
7033-017
5
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ITEM #
SERVICE PARTS
PART NO.
Pedestal (only) Assembly, Step Top Model
7033-013
2
Pedestal Base, Millennium Model
7033-163
3
Pedestal Riser, Millennium Model
7033-207
Rear Channel Assembly
7033-002
Rope, Door, 3/4” x 84”, field cut to size
832-1680
Screws, Glass Frame, tabs are not required
Qty 1: 220-0490
Qty 10: 832-0860
Snap Disc, F125 F-20, Convection Blower
230-0470
Speed Control Only
842-0370
14
Spring Handle, Burn Rate Control, 1/4”, Gold
832-0630
14
Spring Handle, Burn Rate Control,1/4”, Nickel
250-8340
32
Spring Handle, Door, 1/2”, Gold
832-0620
32
Spring Handle, Door, 1/2”, Nickel
250-8330
49
Timer Air Control Assembly
SRV7033-052
10
Timer Arm Assembly
7033-034
9
Timer, Mechanical
SRV480-1940
42
Trim Ring, Door, Gold
430-2682
42
Trim Ring, Door, Nickel
430-5340
1
Trim, Oak Strips for Pedestal (2)
832-0560
19
Tube Channel Access Cover (Top)
7033-237
20
Tube Channel Assembly (Manifold Tubes)
SRV7033-023
28
Tube Support Rack
7033-148
41
Washer, Spacing (Door Handle)
Qty 1: 222-0010
Qty 3: 832-0990
Wire Harness for Blower & Snap Disc
7033-262
47
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C. Service And Maintenance Log
Date of Service
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Performed By
Description of Service
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D. Homeowner’s Notes
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3100 Wood Stove Series (ACC)
E. Warranty Policy
Hearth & Home Technologies LIMITED WARRANTY
Hearth & Home Technologies (“HHT”) and its respective brands extends the following warranty for HHT gas, wood,
pellet and electric appliances purchased from an authorized HHT dealer and installed in the United States of America or
Canada. Warranty starts with date of purchase by the original owner (End User) except as noted for replacement parts.
Warranty Period
Parts
Labor
1 Year
2 years
3 years
Gas
HHT Manufactured Appliances and Venting
EPA
Wood
Pellet
Electric
Venting
Wood
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
Igniters, Electronic Components, and Glass
Blowers
X
Molded Refractory Panels
X
X
X
Firepots
Castings & Baffles
Firebox, HHT Chimney, Termination & Heat Exchanger
3 years
X
7 years
10
years
3 years
X
X
1 year
X
Limited
Lifetime
1 year
X
90 Days
All Parts and Material Except
as covered by Conditions,
Exclusion, and Limitations
listed
X
5 years
Components Covered
X
X
X
X
X
See Conditions, Exclusions, and limitations.
Burners, Logs & Refractory
Firebox & Heat Exchanger
X
All Replacement Parts
9-01-08
CONDITIONS, EXCLUSIONS & LIMITATION OF LIABILITY
 This warranty applies to the original owner and is transferable up to two years from date of purchase to the new
homeowner, provided the purchase was made through an authorized dealer or distributor of HHT, and the appliance
remains in its original place of installation.
 The maximum amount recoverable under this warranty is limited to the purchase price of the product.
 In no event shall HHT be liable for any incidental or consequential damages caused by defects in the product.
 Adjustments, regular maintenance, cleaning and temporary repairs, or the failure to duplicate the problem in the home
is not covered under this warranty.
 This limited warranty does not extend to or include surface finish on the appliance or terminations, door gasketing,
glass gasketing, glass discoloration, firebrick, pellet logs, kaowool or other ceramic insulating materials. Rust and/or
corrosion on any of the metal surfaces, cast iron components, baffles, firepots, doors, or firebox area are not covered
by this warranty.
 Noise resulting from minor expansion, contraction, or movement of certain parts is normal and complaints related to
this noise are not covered by this warranty.
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Hearth & Home Technologies LIMITED WARRANTY (Cont’d)
 HHT’s obligation under this warranty does not extend to damages resulting from: (1) installation, operation or maintenance of the appliance not in accordance with the installation instructions; operating instructions and the listing
agent identification label furnished with the appliance; (2) installation which does not comply with local building codes;
(3) shipping, improper handling, improper operation, abuse, misuse, accident or unworkmanlike repairs; (4) environmental conditions, inadequate ventilation or drafting caused by tight sealing construction of the structure or handling
devices such as exhaust fans or forced air furnaces or other such causes; (5) use of fuels other than those specified
in the operating instructions; (6) installation or use of components not supplied with the appliance or any other components not expressly authorized and approved by HHT; and/or (7) modification of the appliance not expressly authorized and approved by HHT in writing.
 This warranty does not apply to non-HHT venting components, hearth components or other accessories used in conjunction with the installation of this product.
 This warranty is void if the appliance has been over-fired or operated in atmospheres contaminated by chlorine,
fluorine, or other damaging chemicals the appliance is subject to prolonged periods of dampness or condensation, or
there is any damage to the appliance or other components due to water or weather damage which is the result of, but
not limited to, improper chimney or venting installation.
 HHT’s liability under this warranty is limited to the replacement and repair of defective components or workmanship
during the applicable period. HHT may fully discharge all of its obligations under such warranties by repairing the
defective component(s) at HHT’s discretion. Shipping costs are not covered under this warranty.
 Some states do not allow exclusions or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so those limitations may not
apply to you. This warranty gives you specific rights; you may also have other rights, which vary from state to state.
 EXCEPT TO THE EXTENT PROVIDED BY LAW, HHT MAKES NO EXPRESS WARRANTIES OTHER THAN THE
WARRANTY SPECIFIED HEREIN. THE DURATION OF ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY IS LIMITED TO DURATION
OF THE WARRANTY SPECIFIED ABOVE.
This Limited Warranty is effective on all HHT appliances sold after September 01, 2008 and supersedes any and all warranties currently in existence.
If warranty service is needed, you should contact your installing dealer. If the installing dealer is unable to provide necessary parts or components, contact the nearest authorized HHT dealer or supplier.
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CONTACT INFORMATION:
Hearth & Home Technologies
1445 North Highway
Colville, WA 99114
Division of HNI INDUSTRIES
Please contact your Quadra-Fire dealer with any questions or concerns.
For the number of your nearest Quadra-Fire dealer,
log onto www.quadrafire.com
CAUTION
Do NOT discard this manual.
• Important operating and maintenance
instructions included.
• Read, understand and follow these instructions for safe installation and operation.
• Leave this manual with party responsible
for use and operation.
We recommend that you record the following pertinent
information for your 3100 WOOD STOVE (ACC)
Date purchased/installed: Serial Number: Location on appliance: Dealership purchased from: Dealer phone: Notes: This product may be covered by one or more of the following patents: (United States) 4593510, 4686807, 4766876, 4793322, 4811534,
5000162, 5016609, 5076254, 5113843, 5191877, 5218953, 5263471, 5328356, 5341794, 5347983, 5429495, 5452708, 5542407,
5601073, 5613487, 5647340, 5688568, 5762062, 5775408, 5890485, 5931661, 5941237, 5947112, 5996575, 6006743, 6019099,
6048195, 6053165, 6145502, 6170481, 6237588, 6296474, 6374822, 6413079, 6439226, 6484712, 6543698, 6550687, 6601579,
6672860, 6688302B2, 6715724B2, 6729551, 6736133, 6748940, 6748942, 6769426, 6774802, 6796302, 6840261, 6848441, 6863064,
6866205, 6869278, 6875012, 6880275, 6908039, 6919884, D320652, D445174, D462436; (Canada) 1297749, 2195264, 2225408,
2313972; (Australia) 780250, 780403, 1418504 or other U.S. and foreign patents pending.
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