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Regency F39-LPG Operating instructions
Manual
Owners &
Installation
LISTINGS AND CODE APPROVALS
These gas appliances have been
tested in accordance with AG 103,
NZS 5262 and have been certified by
the Australian Gas Association for
installation and operation as
described in these Installation and
Operating Instructions.
Your unit should be serviced
annually by an authorised service
person.
Freestanding Gas Stove
Models: F39-NG
F39-LPG
Geneva
PLEASE KEEP THESE INSTRUCTIONS
FOR FUTURE REFERENCE
WARNING:
Improper installation, adjustment, alteration, service or maintenance can cause
injury or property damage. Refer to this
manual. For assistance or additional information consult an authorized installer, service agency or the gas supplier.
FOR YOUR SAFETY
Do not store or use gasoline or other flammable vapours and liquids in the vicinity of this
or any other appliance.
Installation and service must be performed
by an authorized installer, service agency or
the gas supplier.
Australia
P.O. Box 533
Braeside, Victoria
918-082b
3195
FOR YOUR SAFETY
What to do if you smell gas:
Do not try to light any appliance
Do not touch any electrical
switch: do not use any
phone in your building.
Immediately call your gas
supplier from a neighbour's
phone. Follow the gas supplier's instructions.
If you cannot reach your
gas supplier, call the fire
department.
New Zealand
1-37 Mt Wellington Hwy.Panmure,
P.O. Box 14349
Auckland 6.
01/20/04
To the New Owner:
Congratulations! You are the owner of a state-of-the-art Masport Room Sealed Gas Fire by FPI Fireplace
Products International Ltd. The Masport Gas Series of hand crafted appliances has been designed to provide
you with all the warmth and charm of a woodstove, at the flick of a switch. The models F39-NG, and
F39-LPG of this series has been approved by AGA for both safety and efficiency. As it also bears our own mark,
it promises to provide you with economy, comfort and security for many trouble free years to follow. Please
take a moment now to acquaint yourself with these instructions and the many features of your Masport Room
Sealed Freestanding Gas Fire.
UNIT SPECIFICATIONS
F39-NG & F39-LPG
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Masport F39 Room Sealed Freestanding Gas Fire
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Page
Safety Label
Safety Labels ................................................................... 4
Installation
Important Message .......................................................... 5
Specifications ................................................................... 5
Before You Start ................................................................ 5
General Safety Information ............................................... 5
Installation Checklist ........................................................ 6
Clearances to Combustibles ........................................... 6
Locating Your Masport Gas Fire ...................................... 6
Combustion and Ventilation Air ....................................... 6
Louvre Installation ............................................................ 7
Flueing .............................................................................. 7
Installation Precautions ................................................... 7
Safety Precautions for the Installer .................................. 7
Exterior Flue Termination Locations ................................ 8
Fluing Arrangements - Horizontal
Terminations: All Systems ........................................ 9
Fluing Arrangements - Vertical Terminations .................. 9
- Straight Vertical ....................................................... 9
- Offset Vertical .......................................................... 9
Flue Restrictor Position .................................................... 9
Gas Connection ............................................................. 10
Pressure Testing ............................................................ 10
Valve Description ............................................................ 10
System Data Chart ......................................................... 11
Aeration Adjustment ....................................................... 11
Conversion from NG to LPG .......................................... 12
Conversion to Lower BTU .............................................. 13
Log Installation ............................................................... 13
Front Door Installation .................................................... 15
Wall Thermostat (optional) ............................................. 15
Remote Control (optional) ............................................. 15
Final Check ..................................................................... 15
Wiring Diagram .............................................................. 16
Masport F39 Room Sealed Freestanding Gas Fire
Page
Operating Instructions
Operating Instructions .................................................... 17
Lighting Procedure ......................................................... 17
Shutdown Procedure ...................................................... 17
First Fire .......................................................................... 17
Convection Fan Operation ............................................. 17
Adjusting Flame Height .................................................. 17
Copy of Lighting Plate Instructions ................................ 18
Normal Operating Sounds of Gas Appliances ............. 18
Maintenance
Maintenance Instructions ............................................... 19
General Flue Maintenance ............................................. 19
Gold Plated Doors .......................................................... 19
Log Replacement ........................................................... 20
Door Gasket ................................................................... 20
Latch Adjustment ............................................................ 20
Glass Replacement ....................................................... 20
Fan Maintenance ............................................................ 21
Removing Valve .............................................................. 22
Firebox Paint ................................................................... 22
Replacement Parts List ................................................. 23
Warranty
Warranty .......................................................................... 27
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SAFETY LABEL
This is a copy of the label that accompanies
each MASPORT F39 Room Sealed Freestanding Gas Stove. We have printed a copy of the
contents here for your review. The data plat is
located on the inside of the drop down pedestal
door.
NOTE: Masport units are constantly being improved. Check the label on the unit and if there
is a difference, the label on the unit is the correct
one.
(Australia Only)
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Masport F39 Room Sealed Freestanding Gas Fire
INSTALLATION
IMPORTANT:
SAVE THESE
INSTRUCTIONS
The MASPORT Room Sealed Freestanding Gas
Fire must be installed in accordance AG601
and NZS 5261 and with these instructions.
Carefully read all the instructions in this manual
first. Consult the building authority having jurisdiction to determine the need for a permit prior
to starting the installation.
Note: Failure to follow the instructions
could cause a malfunction of the
heater which could result in death,
serious bodily injury, and/or property damage. Failure to follow
these instructions may also void
your fire insurance and/or warranty.
Note: These instructions take precedence over Simpson Dura-Flue instructions.
SPECIFICATIONS
Fuels: F39-NG is approved for use with NG.
F39-LPG is approved for use with liquefied petroleum gases (LPG).
Electrical: 240V A.C. system.
ING, ETC. IT IS IMPERATIVE THAT
THE CONTROL COMPARTMENT,
BURNERS AND CIRCULATING AIR
PASSAGEWAYS OF THE APPLIANCE BE KEPT CLEAN.
DUE TO HIGH TEMPERATURES,
THE APPLIANCE SHOULD BE LOCATED OUT OF TRAFFIC AND
AWAY FROM FURNITURE AND
DRAPERIES.
WARNING: FAILURE TO INSTALL
THIS APPLIANCE CORRECTLY
WILL VOID YOUR WARRANTY AND
MAY CAUSE A SERIOUS HOUSE
FIRE.
CHILDREN AND ADULTS SHOULD
BE ALERTED TO THE HAZARDS
OF HIGH SURFACE TEMPERATURES, ESPECIALLY THE FIREPLACE GLASS, AND SHOULD
STAY AWAY TO AVOID BURNS
OR CLOTHING IGNITION.
YOUNG CHILDREN SHOULD BE
CAREFULLY SUPERVISED WHEN
THEY ARE IN THE SAME ROOM AS
THE APPLIANCE.
Circulation Fan: Variable speed, 125/75.
Log Sets: Ceramic fibre, 7 per set.
Flue System: Coaxial (6-5/8" outer / 4" inner
liner) rigid flue and termination cap.
BEFORE YOU START
Safe installation and operation of this appliance
requires common sense, however, we are
required by the Canadian Safety Standards
and ANSI Standards to make you aware of the
following:
INSTALLATION AND REPAIRS
SHOULD BE DONE BY AN AUTHORIZED SERVICE PERSON. THIS APPLIANCE SHOULD BE INSTALLED,
REPAIRED, INSPECTED BEFORE
USE AND AT LEAST ANNUALLY
BY AN AUTHORIZED SERVICE PERSON. MORE FREQUENT CLEANING MAY BE REQUIRED DUE TO
EXCESSIVE LINT FROM CARPET-
CLOTHING OR OTHER FLAMMABLE MATERIAL SHOULD NOT BE
PLACED ON OR NEAR THE APPLIANCE.
1) Provide adequate clearances for servicing,
proper operation and around the air openings into the combustion chamber.
2) The appliance may be installed on a flat,
solid, continuous surface (e.g. wood, metal, concrete). This may be the floor, or it can
be raised up on a platform to enhance its
visual impact. The appliance may be installed on carpeting, tile, wood flooring or
other combustible material, because the
appliance's metal pedestal base extends
the full width and depth of the appliance.
The Masport Room Sealed Freestanding
Gas Fire can be installed in a wide variety
of ways and will fit nearly any room layout.
It may be installed in a recessed position,
framed out into the room, or across a corner.
3) The Masport Room Sealed Freestanding
Gas Fire is approved for alcove installations, which meet the clearances listed on
Masport F39 Room Sealed Freestanding Gas Fire
page 7. This unit is approved for manufactured home installations, see page 9 for the
required flue arrangements. If installed into
a manufactured home the unit must be
bolted down to the floor.
4) This appliance is Listed for bedroom installations when used with a Listed Millivolt
Thermostat. Some areas may have further
requirements, check local codes before
installation.
5) This appliance is Listed for Alcove installations, maintain minimum Alcove clearances
as follows, minimum width of 48" (1219mm),
a maximum depth of 36" (914mm), and
minimum ceiling height of 66" (1676mm).
6) We recommend that you plan your installation on paper using exact measurements
for clearances and floor protection before
actually installing this appliance. Have an
authorized building inspector review your
plans before installation.
GENERAL SAFETY
INFORMATION
1) The appliance shall be installed in accordance with the manufacturer's installation
instructions,local gas fitting regulations, municipal building codes, water supply regulations, electrical wiring regulations, with
AG 601 (AGA gas installation code) NZS
5261 (New Zealand)
2) Installation and repair should be done
ONLY by an authorised person.
3) DO NOT CONNECT TO MASONARY FLUE.
4) This appliance must be connected to
the specified flue and termination cap
to the outside of the building envelope. Never flue to another room or
inside a building. Make sure that the
flue is fitted as per Flueing instructions.
5) Inspect the flueing system annually for
blockage and any signs of deterioration.
6) Flueing terminals shall not be recessed into
a wall or siding.
7) Any safety glass removed for servicing
must be replaced prior to operating the
appliance.
8) To prevent injury, do not allow anyone who
is unfamiliar with the operation to use the
fireplace.
9) Wear gloves and safety glasses for protection while doing required maintenance.
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INSTALLATION
10) Be aware of electrical wiring locations in
walls and ceilings when cutting holes for
termination.
11) Under no circumstances should this appliance be modified. Parts that have to be
removed for servicing should be replaced
prior to operating this appliance.
12) Installation and any repairs to this appliance
should be done by an authorised service
person. An authorised service person
should be called to inspect this appliance
annually. Make it a practice to have all of
your gas appliances checked annually.
13) Do not slam shut or strike the glass door.
14) Under no circumstances should any solid
fuels (wood, paper, cardboard, coal, etc.)
be used in this appliance.
2) If required, adjusting the primary air to
ensure that the flame does not carbon. First
allow the unit to burn for 15-20 min. to
stabilize.
CAUTION: Any alteration to the product
that causes sooting or carboning that
results in damage is not the responsibility of the manufacturer.
CLEARANCES TO
COMBUSTIBLES
For example, if the appliance is set as indicated
in one of the figures but the connector is too
close, move the stove until the correct clearance to the connector is obtained.
INSTALLATION
CHECKLIST
This appliance may be installed only with the
clearances as shown in the situations pictured. Do not combine clearances from
one type of installation with another in
order to achieve closer clearances.
2) Install Louvers, page 7.
3) Make gas connections, page 10. Test the
pilot. Must be as per diagram, page 19.
4) If necessary, convert to LPG (page 12) or
convert to lower Btu rating (page 13).
5) Test Gas Pressure, page 10.
6) Install log set, see page 13.
C Back Wall to Flue Centerline 11" / 280 mm
D Side Wall to Flue Centerline 521 mm
F Side Wall to Flue Centerline 280 mm
Minimum ceiling
height is 914 mm
from top of unit.
The clearances listed are MINIMUM distances.
Measure the clearance to both the appliance
and the chimney connector. The farthest
distance is correct if the two clearances
do not coincide.
15) The appliance area must be kept clear and
free of combustible materials, (gases and
other flammable vapours and liquids).
1) Check Clearances to Combustibles (pages
6 and 7), location of unit (page 6) and fluing
requirements (pages 7 to 9).
F39-NG & F39-LPG
Reference Dimensions
This unit can be installed on a solid combustible
surface like a wood floor. This unit can also be
installed directly on carpeting or vinyl when the
bottom pedestal cover plate (provided with
unit) is installed.
Use the minimum clearances shown in the
diagrams below:
F39-NG & F39-LPG Clearances
A Side Wall to Unit
190 mm
B Back Wall to Unit
150 mm
E Side Wall to Unit
50 mm
LOCATING YOUR
MASPORT GAS FIRE
When selecting a location for your stove,
ensure that the clearances listed above are
met as well as ensuring that there is adequate
accessibility for servicing and proper operation.
A)
B)
C)
D)
E)
F)
Cross Corner
Room Divider
Island
Flat on Wall
Flat on Wall Corner
Flush with Wall/ Alcove
7) Install Front Door Front, page 15.
8) Install optional Remote Control, or Wall Thermostat, page 15.
9) Final check, page 15.
Before leaving this unit with the customer, the
installer must ensure that the appliance is firing
correctly and operation fully explained to
customer.
This includes:
1) Clocking the appliance to ensure the correct
firing rate (rate noted on label) after burning
appliance for 15 minutes.
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For Flue Termination requirements, see page 8.
COMBUSTION AND
VENTILATION AIR
The combustion air from this appliance is drawn
from outside the building through the outer flue.
Extra provision for combustion air inside
the room is not required.
Masport F39 Room Sealed Freestanding Gas Fire
INSTALLATION
LOUVRE
INSTALLATION
1)
Attach the top & bottom louvres to the
side stove panel using 2 screws per
side.
FLUEING
INTRODUCTION
INSTALLATION
PRECAUTIONS
The DV Fire Horizontal Flue Kit and the Simpson
Dura-Flue Room Sealed System Model DV-GS
fluing systems, in combination with the Masport
Room Sealed Freestanding Gas Fire, F39-NG,
and F39-LPG, have been tested and listed as
direct flue heater systems by AGA.
These fluing systems are engineered products
that have been designed and tested for use
with the F39-NG, and F39-LPG. The warranty
will be voided and serious fire, health or other
safety hazards may result from any of the
following actions:
These units use the "balanced flue" technology
Co-Axial system. The inner liner flues products
of combustion to the outside while the outer
pipe draws outside combustion air into the
combustion chamber thereby eliminating the
need to use heated room air for combustion and
losing warm room air up the chimney.
1) Installation of any damaged Room Sealed
component
Note: These flue pipes must not be connected to any other appliance.
The gas appliance and flue system must be
flued directly to the outside of the building, and
never be attached to a chimney serving a
separate solid fuel or gas burning appliance.
Each direct flue gas appliance must use it's own
separate flue system. Common flue systems
are prohibited.
IMPORTANT
Read all instructions carefully before starting
the installation. Failure to follow these instructions may create a fire or other safety hazard,
and will void the warranty. Be sure to check the
fluing and clearance to combustible requirements. Consult your local building codes before
beginning installation.
The location of the termination cap must conform to the requirements in the Exterior Flue
Terminal Locations diagram on page 8.
Refer to the Masport Flue Kit instructions supplied with each kit.
2) Unauthorized modification of the Room
Sealed System
3) Installation of any component part not manufactured or approved by Masport.
4) Installation other than as instructed by
Masport.
Warning: Always maintain required
clearances (air spaces) to nearby
combustibles to prevent a fire hazard. Do not fill air spaces with insulation.
Be sure to check the flue termination clearance
requirements from decks, windows, soffits,
gas regulators, air supply inlets and public
walkways as specified in the Exterior Flue
Terminal Locations on page 8 and in your local
building codes.
The gas appliance and flue system must
be flueed directly to the outside of the
building, and never be attached to a chimney serving a separate solid fuel or gasburning appliance. Each direct flue gas appliance must use it's own separate flue system. Common flue systems are prohibited.
SAFETY
PRECAUTIONS FOR
THE INSTALLER
Masport F39 Room Sealed Freestanding Gas Fire
1)
Wear gloves and safety glasses for protection.
2)
Exercise extreme caution when using
ladders or on roof tops.
3)
Be aware of electrical wiring locations in
walls and ceilings.
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INSTALLATION
EXTERIOR FLUE TERMINATION LOCATIONS
Minimum clearances required for balanced flue terminals or
the flue terminals of outdoor appliances
according to AG 601 (AGA gas installation code) or NZS 5261 (New Zealand)
For vertical termination heights refer to AG 601 or NZS 5261.
Minimum
Clearance (mm)
a
b
c
d
e
f
g
h
j
k
Below eaves, balconies or other projections:
- Appliances up to 50 MJ/h input
300
- Appliances over 50 MJ/h input
500
From the ground or above a balcony
300
From a return wall or external corner
500
From a gas meter (M)
1000
From an electricity meter or fuse box (P)
500
From a drain or soil pipe
150
Horizontal from any building structure (unless appliance is approved
for closer installation) or obstruction facing a terminal
500
From any other flue terminal, cowl or combustion air intake
500
Horizontally from an openable window, door, or non-mechanical air inlet, or
any other opening into a building, with the exception of sub-floor ventilation
(see also Note (I)):
- Appliances up to 150 MJ/h input
500
- Appliances over 150 MJ/h input
1500
Vertically below an openable window, door, or non-mechanical air inlet,
or any other opening into a building, with the exception of sub-floor ventilation
(see also Note (I)): see table below
Clearance 'k' in mm
Space Heaters
Up to 50 MJ/h
input
Up to 50 MJ/h input
150
500
All Other Appliances
Over 50 MJ/h input Over 150 MJ/h input
to 150 MJ/h input
1000
1500
NOTES:
(I) For mechanical air inlets, including spa blowers, the clearance 'j' and 'k' shall be 1500 mm in all cases.
(II) All distances shall be measured vertically or horizontally along the wall to a point in line with the nearest
par to of the terminal.
(III) Prohibited area below electricity meter or fuse box extends to ground level.
(IV)A flue terminal of this type shall not be located under a roofed area unless the roofed area is fully open on
at least two sides and a free flow of air at the appliance is achieved.
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Masport F39 Room Sealed Freestanding Gas Fire
INSTALLATION
FLUEING ARRANGEMENTS
Horizontal Terminations for All Flueing Systems
The shaded areas in the diagram below show all allowable
combinations of vertical runs with horizontal terminations.
Maximum one 90O elbow (two 45o elbows equal one 90o elbow).
LPG and NG:
Residential, Manufactured and Mobile Homes
Installations
The fluing arrangements shown below, have a min. of 75% (flue loss)
efficiency with Fan Off, as required for manufactured homes. (Actual
efficiency may be as high as 85%)
Vertical Terminations
Residential Manufactured and Mobile Homes
The shaded area in the diagram below shows all allowable
combinations of straight vertical and offset to vertical runs
with vertical terminations. Maximum two 45o elbows.
If the flue is ENCLOSED in a chase (min. size 10" (255mm) x 10"
(255mm)) maintain a 40mm" clearance to combustibles.
May be installed in Manufactured (Mobile) Homes after first sale.
May be installed in Manufactured (Mobile) Homes after first sale.
Flue Restrictor Position
To set the Flue restriction as indicated in the diagram, simply loosen the
screws and push the flue restrictor plate to the correct position. Tighten
the screws.
Flue Restrictor setting at
40 Mj/h
Masport F39 Room Sealed Freestanding Gas Fire
Flue Restrictor setting at
31 Mj/h
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INSTALLATION
GAS CONNECTION
PRESSURE TESTING
The gas connection is a 3/8" NPT 90o elbow.
The gas line can be rigid pipe or to make
installation easier, use a listed flexible connector and/or copper tubing if allowed by local
codes. Since some municipalities have additional local codes it is always best to consult
with your local authorities.
The manifold pressure is controlled by a regulator built into the gas control, and should be
checked at the pressure test point.
When using copper or flex connectors use
only approved fittings. Always provide a union
so that gas lines can be easily disconnected for
burner and/or valve servicing. Flare nuts for
copper lines and flex connectors are usually
considered to meet this requirement.
Important: Always check for gas leaks
with a soap and water solution or gas
leak detector. Do not use open flame for
leak testing.
Note: Prior to any pressure testing of
the gas supply piping system that
exceeds test pressures of 3.45
kPa, this appliance must be disconnected from the piping system. If test pressures equal to or
less than 3.45 kPa are used then
this appliance must be isolated
from the piping system by closing
its individual manual shut-off valve
during the testing.
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Note: To properly check gas pressure,
both inlet and manifold pressures
should be checked using the valve
pressure ports on the valve.
1) Make sure the valve is in the "OFF" position.
2) Loosen the "IN" and/or "OUT" pressure
tap(s), turning counterclockwise with a 1/
8" wide flat screwdriver.
Valve Description
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
Gas cock knob
Manual high/low adjustment
Pilot Adjustment
Thermocouple Connection
Main Operator
Outlet Pressure Tap (Manifold
Pressure)
7) Inlet Pressure Tap (Supply
Pressure)
8) Pilot Outlet
9) Main Gas Outlet
10) Flange Securing Screw Holes
11) Alternative TC Connection Point
12) Thermoelectric Unit
13) Additional Valve Mounting Hole
3) Attach manometer to "IN" and/or "OUT"
pressure tap(s) using a 5/16" ID hose.
4) Light the pilot and turn the valve to "ON"
position. Read manometer.
5) The pressure check should be carried out
with the unit burning and the setting should
be within the limits specified on the safety
label.
6) When finished reading manometer, turn off
the gas valve, disconnect the hose and
tighten the screw (clockwise) with a 1/8"
flat screwdriver. Note: Screw should be
snug, but do not over tighten.
Masport F39 Room Sealed Freestanding Gas Fire
INSTALLATION
AERATION
ADJUSTMENT
System Data
F39 with 40mj
Burner Inlet Orifice Sizes:
NG
Burner
#32
2.95mm
LPG
#50
1.78mm
Max. Input NG
LPG
40 Mj/h
38 Mj/h
Min. Input NG
LPG
20 Mj/h
19 Mj/h
Supply Pressure
NG
min. 1.13 kPa
LPG
min. 2.75 kPa
Manifold Pressure
NG
.94 kPa
LPG
2.55kPa
The burner aeration is factory set but may need
adjusting due to either the local gas supply or
altitude.
F39-NG
F39-LPG
F39 with 40mj
NG:
LPG:
Full open
Full open
F39-NG
F39-LPG
F39 with 31mj
NG
LPG
6mm open
10mm open
The aeration adjustment gears are located on
the right side of the burner box and can be
accessed from the side or from the front when
the louvres are removed.
Electrical: 240 V. 1.13A 60Hz.
Circulation: 2 speed fan, 125/75 CFM.
Log Set: Ceramic fiber, 7 per set.
Clockwise to open,
counter-clockwise to close.
Caution: Carbon will be produced if the
air shutter is closed too much.
Note: Any damage due to carboning resulting from improperly setting
the aeration controls is NOT covered under warranty.
System Data
F39 Converted to 31mj
Burner Inlet Orifice Sizes:
NG
#37 2.65mm
LPG
#52 1.6mm
Max. Input - NG/LPG
31 Mj/h
Min. Input - NG/LPG
16 Mj/h
Supply Pressure
NG
min. 1.13 kPa
LPG
min. 2.75 kPa
Manifold Pressure
NG
.89 kPa
LPG
2.55kPa
To adjust the aeration: use the allen key to turn
the turning gear which will adjust the air shutter.
Open the air shutter for a blue flame or close it
for a yellower flame. This adjustment is performed by an authorized installer. The factory
setting should be sufficient for most installations.
Electrical: 240 V. 1.13A 60Hz.
Circulation: Variable speed fan, 125/75 CFM.
Log Set: Ceramic fiber, 7 per set.
Masport F39 Room Sealed Freestanding Gas Fire
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INSTALLATION
CONVERSION FROM NG TO LPG
THIS CONVERSION MUST BE DONE BY AN AUTHORIZED GAS FITTER
IF IN DOUBT DO NOT DO THIS CONVERSION !!
Conversion Kit #730-969 Contains:
Qty. Part #
1 910-018
1
1
1
1
1
910-037
904-641
908-528
908-255
918-032
Description
SIT Conversion Kit50% Turndown LPG
LPG Injector (Pilot Orifice)
Burner Orifice #50
Red "LPG" label
Label "Converted to LPG"
Instruction Sheet
7) Unscrew the pilot orifice with the allen key
and replace with the LPG pilot orifice in the
kit.
1) Shut off the gas supply.
2) Open the front door and carefully remove
the logs and lava rock.
3) Remove burner. See diagram below.
8) Remove burner orifice with a 1/2" spanner
and discard. Use a spanner to hold on to the
elbow behind the orifice.
Note: Use a magnetic type screwdriver if possible.
Burner Orifice
9) Reinstall new burner orifice LPG stamped
#50 and tighten.
Pilot assembly is now accessible for steps
4) to 9).
4) Remove and discard the 3 pressure regulator mounting screws (A), pressure
regulator tower (B) and diaphragm (C).
10) Reverse steps 3) to 2).
5) Insure that the rubber gasket (D) is properly positioned and install the new HI/LO
pressure regulator assembly to the valve
using the new screws (E) supplied with
the kit. Tighten screws securely.
12) Replace yellow "NG" label with red "LPG"
label
6) Pull off the pilot cap to expose the pilot
orifice.
11) Attach the Conversion label "This unit has
been converted to LPG" on top of the data
badge.
13) Check for gas leaks.
Installer Notice:
These instructions must be left
with the appliance.
14) Check inlet and outlet pressures.
15) Check operation of flame control.
16) Check for proper flame appearance and
glow on logs.
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Masport F39 Room Sealed Freestanding Gas Fire
INSTALLATION
LOG SET
INSTALLATION
CONVERSION TO LOWER BTU RATING
THIS CONVERSION MUST BE DONE BY AN AUTHORIZED
GAS FITTER IF IN DOUBT DO NOT DO THIS CONVERSION
!!
NG Conversion Kit 730-920
Contains:
Qty. Part # Description
1 904-240 Burner Orifice #37 (NG)
1 918-034 Decal "Converted to 30,000 Btu"
1 918-033 Instruction Sheet
LPG Conversion Kit 730-922
Contains:
Qty. Part # Description
1 904-390 Burner Orifice #52 (LPG)
1 918-034 Decal "Converted to 30,000 Btu"
1 918-033 Instruction Sheet
Additional Piece (pkg. with unit:
1
Log Bracket Restrictor
6) Remove burner orifice with a 1/2" spanner
and discard.
Read the instructions below carefully
and refer to the diagrams. If logs are
broken do not use the unit until they are
replaced. Broken logs can interfere with
the pilot operation.
The gas log kit contains the following:
Burner Orifice
7) Reinstall new burner orifice (NG stamped
#37 or LPG stamped #52) and tighten.
8) Reverse steps 3) and 2).
a)
b)
c)
d)
e)
f)
g)
h)
i)
02-65
02-56
02-44
02-46
02-45
02-47
02-48
Rear Log
Middle Left Log
Front Left Log
Left Top Log
Front Right Log
Center Log
Middle Right Log
Embers
Lava
902-267
902-230
902-228
902-231
902-229
902-232
902-226
902-151
902-154
Note: Install Optional Brick Panels prior
to installing logs.
1) Shut off the gas supply.
2) Open the front door. Carefully remove the
logs and lava rock.
3) Remove burner. See diagram below.
9) Adjust Flue restrictor setting: To set the Flue
restriction as indicated in the diagram, simply loosen the screws and push the flue
restrictor plate to the correct position. Tighten the screws.
Unit Btu/h
Restrictor Opening
F39 40 Mj/h
A 45mm
31 Mj/h
B 35mm
Note: Use a
magnetic type
screwdriver if
possible.
4) Unscrew the 2 Rear
Log Pins and move
to the front hole position.
5) Remove Rear Log
Bracket and slide the
Log Bracket Restrictor between the
Rear Log Bracket and the burner, secure
with the 2 screws.
The "02" refer numbers (i.e. 02-65) are
molded into the rear of each log.
Flue Restrictor
setting at High Btu/h
Flue Restrictor
setting at Low Btu/h
10) Attach the label "This unit has been converted to..." on top of the data badge over
the higher Btu information.
1) Carefully remove the logs from the box and
unwrap them. The logs are fragile, handle
with care - do not force into position.
2) Sprinkle the embers on the left and right
sides of the firebox base.
11) Check for gas leaks.
12) Check inlet and outlet pressures.
13) Check operation of flame control. Check for
proper flame appearance and glow on logs.
Embers
Embers
Position the Log Bracket Restrictor between
the Rear Log Bracket and the burner.
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INSTALLATION
3) Place Rear Log A)02-65 on the two pins on
the rear log support.
7) Place the Left Top Log D)02-46 on the pin
on Log B)02-56 and on top of the cutout on
Log A)02-65.
11) Position notch in Front Right Log G)02-48
on Log F)02-47 and push the bottom right
edge against the bracket on the burner
tray.
G)02-48
A)02-65
A)02-65
A)02-65
-47
D)02-46
E)02-45
F)02
B)02-56
C)02-44
Pins on Rear Log Support
4) Place the Middle Left Log B)02-56 on the
two pins as shown.
Cutout
Pin
Notch
8) Place Front Right Log E)02-45 on the two
pins as shown.
G)02-48
E)02-45
B)02-56
E)02-45
Side View
5) Sprinkle some lava rock just in front of B)
02-56 on the burner holes.
B)02-56
9) Place the lava rock in the area between the
left and right logs, leaving a space in the
middle for log (F) 02-47.
Bracket
The bottom right edge of Log G)02-48 must
sit snugly against the bracket
12) Test fire to ensure proper light off (make
sure flame flows smoothly from one end of
burner to the other. If there is any flame
hesitation, check that area for any blockage of the burner port.
-4
B)02-56
C)02-44
2-4
F)0
10) Place the notch in Center Log F)02-47 over
Log E)02-45 and across the cutout on Log
A)02-65.
7
02
D)
6) Place Front Left Log C)02-44 onto the 2
front pins as shown.
C)02-44
G
6
lava rock
A)02-65
)0
2-
48
E)02-45
F)02-47
A)02-65
E)02-45
Notch
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Cutout
Masport F39 Room Sealed Freestanding Gas Fire
INSTALLATION
FRONT DOOR
INSTALLATION
(packaged separately)
1) Open the two side panels.
2) Slide the door
onto the two hinge
pins making sure
the two pieces
are flush together. See diagram 1.
OPTIONAL WALL
THERMOSTAT
OPTIONAL REMOTE
CONTROL
A wall thermostat may be installed if desired.
Connect the wires as per the wiring diagrams.
Note that the wires are connected to the "TH"
on the gas valve. Use table below to determine
the maximum wire length:
Use the Masport Remote Control Kit approved
for this unit. Use of other systems may void your
warranty.
CAUTION
Do not connect the millivolt
wall thermostat wires
to the 240V wires.
3) Close the door.
The latch plate must
be centered around the
alignment pin. See diagram 2. If the latch plate
interferes with the corner of the stove you
Diagram 1
may want to angle the
plate slightly so the door closes easier.
4) The latches should already be at the proper
setting. If they are too hard or too easy to
close, you may want to adjust them by
loosening the latch catch. See diagram 3.
Thermostat Wire Table
Recommended Maximum Lead Length
(Two-Wire) When Using Wall
Thermostat (CP-2 System)
Wire Size
14 GA.
16 GA.
18 GA.
20 GA.
22 GA.
Max. Length
15.24
9.75
6.10
3.66
2.71
m
m
m
m
m
The remote control kit comes with a hand held
transmitter, a receiver and a wall mounting
plate.
1) Choose a convenient location on the wall to
install the receiver and the receptacle box
(protection from extreme heat is very important). Run wires from the fireplace to
that location, use Thermostat Wire Table.
2) Connect the wires as per the wiring diagram above.
CAUTION
Do not connect the millivolt
remote control wires to
the 240V wires.
3) Install 3 AAA alkaline batteries in transmitter
and 4 AA alkaline batteries in the receiver.
Install the receiver and its cover in the wall.
Switch the remote receiver to "remote"
mode. The remote control is now ready for
operation.
Refer to specific detailed instructions supplied with each Masport
kit.
FINAL CHECK
Diagram 2
5) Remove the blue plastic protective coating
from the glass.
6) Test the seal around the door by placing a
piece of paper between the unit and the
door, close the door and try to pull the paper
out. If it slips out easily, then the door is not
properly sealed. Tighten or loosen the latch.
See diagram 3.
Before leaving this unit with the customer, the
installer must ensure that the appliance is firing
correctly. This includes:
1) Clocking the appliance to ensure the correct firing rate (rate noted on label) at 15
minutes.
2) If required, adjusting the primary air to
ensure that the flame does not carbon. First
allow the unit to burn for 15 min. to stabilize.
3) Check for proper draft.
Diagram 3
Note:
The door latch may require adjustment as the door gasket material compresses after a few fires
and after glass replacement. Turn
the latch catch inward or outward
to loosen or tighten.
Masport F39 Room Sealed Freestanding Gas Fire
CAUTION
Any alteration to the product that causes
sooting or carboning that results in damage to the exterior facia is not the responsibility of the manufacturer.
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INSTALLATION
WIRING
This heater does not require a 240V A.C. supply
for the gas control to operate. A 240V A.C.
power supply is needed for the fan/blower
operation.
Caution: Ensure that the wires do
not touch any hot surfaces and are
away from sharp edges.
CAUTION: Label all wires prior to
disconnection when servicing controls. Wiring errors can cause improper and dangerous operation.
NOTE: Switch must be
in "OFF" position to
operate remote.
WARNING: Electrical Grounding Instructions
This appliance is equipped with a three pronged (grounding) plug for your protection against shock hazard and should be
plugged directly into a properly grounded three-prong receptacle. Do not cut or remove the grounding prong from this plug.
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Masport F39 Room Sealed Freestanding Gas Fire
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
OPERATING
INSTRUCTIONS
Before operating this appliance, proceed
through the following check list.
1) Read and understand these Instructions
before operating this appliance.
SHUTDOWN
INSTRUCTIONS
1) Turn OFF the flame switch.
2) Push in gas control knob slightly and turn to "OFF"
position.
FIRST FIRE
2) Check to see that all wiring is correct and
enclosed to prevent possible shock.
3) Check to ensure there are no gas leaks.
4) Make sure the three pieces of door glass
are properly positioned. Never operate the
appliance with any of the glass removed or
with the door open.
5) Verify that all fluing and the cap is unobstructed.
6) Verify log placement. If the pilot cannot be
seen when lighting the unit - the logs or the
embers have been incorrectly positioned.
7) The unit should never to turned off and on
without a minimum of a 60 second wait.
LIGHTING
INSTRUCTIONS
1) Push in gas control knob slightly and turn to
“PILOT” position.
2) Push in control knob all the way and hold in
until the pilot lights up. Continue to hold the
control knob in for about 20 seconds after the
pilot is lit. Release knob.
3) Push in gas control knob slightly and
turn to "ON" position.
4) Turn ON the flame switch.
AUTOMATIC
CONVECTION FAN
OPERATION
Set the fan speed on control panel at the top
rear of the unit to adjust to the desired speed.
The fan will turn on as the stove comes up to
operating temperature. After the unit has been
turned off and the unit cooled to below a useful
heat output range the fan will shut off automatically.
The FIRST FIRE is part of the paint curing
process. To ensure that the paint is properly
cured, it is recommended that you burn your
fireplace for at least four (4) hours the first time
you use it with the fan on. When first operated,
the unit will release an odour caused by the
curing of the paint and the burning off of any oils
remaining from manufacturing. Smoke detectors in the house may go off at this time. Open
a few windows to ventilate the room for a
couple of hours. The glass may require cleaning.
DO NOT ATTEMPT TO CLEAN THE
GLASS WHILE IT IS STILL HOT!
Note: When the glass is cold and the
appliance is lit, it may cause condensation and fog the glass. This
condensation is normal and will
disappear in a few minutes as the
glass heats up.
DO NOT BURN THE APPLIANCE
WITHOUT THE GLASS FRONT IN
PLACE.
ADJUSTING FLAME
HEIGHT
Your heater has an adjustable flame to tailor
the look and heat output to your specific
needs. It is adjusted by turning the flame
adjustment dial on the gas control valve.
Turn clockwise to adjust the flame higher,
counterclockwise for a lower flame.
During the first few fires, a white film
may develop on the glass front as part
of the curing process. The glass
should be cleaned or the film will bake
on and become very difficult to remove. Use a non-abrasive cleaner and
NEVER clean the glass while it is hot.
Masport F39 Room Sealed Freestanding Gas Fire
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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
COPY OF THE
LIGHTING PLATE INSTRUCTIONS
NORMAL
OPERATING SOUNDS
OF GAS APPLIANCES
FOR YOUR SAFETY READ BEFORE LIGHTING
This appliance must be installed in accordance with local codes, if any; if not,
follow the current CAN1-B149/ANSI Z 223.1 (Australia: AG601, New Zealand: NZS 5261)
WARNING: If you do not follow these instructions exactly, a fire or explosion may result
causing property damage, personal injury or loss of life. 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 gas supplier.
A) This appliance has a pilot which must be lighted
by hand, following the instructions below
exactly.
B) BEFORE LIGHTING smell all around the appliance
area for gas. Be sure to smell next to the floor
because some gas is heavier than air and will
settle on the floor.
WHAT TO DO IF YOU SMELL GAS
- Do not try to light any appliance
- Do not touch any electric switch, do not use any
phone in your building
- Immediately call your gas supplier from a
neighbors phone. Follow the gas supplier’s instructions.
- If you cannot reach your gas supplier, call the
fire department.
C) Use only your hand to push in or turn the gas
control knob. Never use tools. If the knob will not
push in or turn by hand, don’t try to repair it, call
a qualified service technician. Force or attempted
repair may result in a fire or explosion.
D) Do not use this appliance if any part has been under
water. Immediately call a qualified service technician to inspect the appliance and to replace any part
of the control system and any gas control which has
been under water.
This appliance needs fresh air for safe operation and
must be installed so there are provisions for adequate
combustion and ventilation air.
CAUTION: Hot while in operation. Do not touch.
Severe Burns may result. Due to high surface
temperatures keep children, clothing and
furniture, gasoline and other liquids having
fammable vapors away. Keep burner and control
compartment clean. See installation and
operating instructions accompanying appliance.
LIGHTING INSTRUCTIONS
STOP! Read the safety information above on this label.
1) Push in gas control knob slightly and turn to “PILOT” position.
2) Push in control knob all the way and hold in until the pilot lights up. Continue to hold the control knob
in for about 20 seconds after the pilot is lit. Release knob.
3) Push in gas control knob slightly and
turn to "ON" position.
Blower:
Masport gas appliances use high tech blowers to push heated air farther into the room.
It is not unusual for the fan to make a
"whirring" sound when ON. This sound will
increase or decrease in volume depending
on the speed setting of your fan speed
control.
Burner Tray:
The burner tray is positioned directly under
the burner tube(s) and logs and is made of
a different gauge material from the rest of
the firebox and body. Therefore, the varying thicknesses of steel will expand and
contract at slightly different rates which
can cause "ticking" and "cracking" sounds.
You should also be aware that as there are
temperature changes within the unit these
sounds will likely re-occur. Again, this is
normal for steel fireboxes.
Blower Thermodisc:
When this thermally activated switch turns
ON it will create a small "clicking" sound.
This is the switch contacts closing and is
normal.
4) Turn ON the flame switch.
TO TURN OFF GAS APPLIANCE
1) Turn OFF the flame switch.
Pilot Flame:
While the pilot flame is on it can make a very
slight "whisper" sound.
2) Push in gas control knob slightly and turn to "OFF" position.
You may shut off the pilot during prolonged non use periods to conserve fuel.
DO NOT REMOVE THIS INSTRUCTION PLATE
It is possible that you will hear some sounds
from your gas appliance. This is perfectly
normal due to the fact that there are various
gauges and types of steel used within your
appliance. Listed below are some examples. All are normal operating sounds
and should not be considered as defects in
your appliance.
918-254
Gas Control Valve:
As the gas control valve turns ON and OFF,
a dull clicking sound may be audible, this is
normal operation of a gas regulator or
valve.
Unit Body/Firebox:
Different types and thicknesses of steel
will expand and contract at different rates
resulting in some "cracking" and "ticking"
sounds will be heard throughout the cycling
process.
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Masport F39 Room Sealed Freestanding Gas Fire
MAINTENANCE
MAINTENANCE
INSTRUCTIONS
1) Always turn off the valve before cleaning.
For relighting, refer to lighting instructions.
Keep the burner and control compartment
clean by brushing and vacuuming at least
once a year. When cleaning the logs, use
a soft clean paint brush as the logs are
fragile and easily damaged.
2) Clean glass (never when unit is hot), appliance, louvres, and door with a damp cloth.
Never use an abrasive cleaner. The gold
louvres (and optional gold door) may be
scratched if abrasives are used to clean
them.
The heater is finished in a heat resistant
paint and should only be refinished with
heat resistant paint (not with wall paint).
Masport uses StoveBright Paint - Metallic
Black #6309.
3) Make a periodic check of burner for proper
position and condition. Visually check the
flame of the burner periodically, making
sure the flames are steady; not lifting or
floating. If there is a problem, call an authorized service person.
4) Caution: Label all wires prior to disconnection when servicing controls. Wiring errors
can cause improper and dangerous operation.
5) The appliance and fluing system must be
inspected before use, and at least annually,
by an authorized field service person, to
ensure that the flow of combustion and
ventilation air is not obstructed.
During the annual service call, the burners
should be removed from the burner tray and
cleaned. Replace the embers but do not
block the pilot.
DO NOT USE THIS APPLIANCE IF
ANY PART HAS BEEN UNDER WATER. IMMEDIATELY CALL AN
AUTHORIZED SERVICE TECHNICIAN TO INSPECT THE APPLIANCE AND TO REPLACE ANY
PART OF CONTROL SYSTEM AND
ANY GAS CONTROL WHICH HAS
BEEN UNDER WATER.
CAUTION: ANY SAFETY SCREEN
OR GUARD REMOVED FOR SERVICING AN APPLIANCE MUST BE
REPLACED PRIOR TO OPERATING THE APPLIANCE.
CLOTHING OR OTHER FLAMMABLE MATERIAL SHOULD NOT BE
PLACED ON OR NEAR THE APPLIANCE.
7) Each time the appliance is lit, it may cause
condensation and fog the glass. This condensation and fog is normal and will disappear in a few minutes as the glass heats up.
Never operate the appliance without
the glass properly secured in place or
with the door open.
8) Periodically check the pilot flames. Correct
flame pattern has three strong blue flames:
1 flowing around the thermopile and 1
around the thermocouple, and 1 flowing
across the rear of the burner (it does not
have to be touching the burner).
Note: If you have an incorrect flame pattern, contact your Masport dealer
for further instructions.
6) Keep the area near the appliance clear and
free from combustible materials, gasoline,
and other flammable vapours and liquids.
WARNING: CHILDREN AND
ADULTS SHOULD BE ALERTED TO
THE HAZARDS OF HIGH SURFACE
TEMPERATURE AND SHOULD
STAY AWAY TO AVOID BURNS OR
CLOTHING IGNITION. YOUNG
CHILDREN SHOULD BE CAREFULLY SUPERVISED WHEN THEY ARE
IN THE SAME ROOM AS THE APPLIANCE.
Masport F39 Room Sealed Freestanding Gas Fire
Incorrect flame pattern will have small, probably yellow flames, not coming into proper contact with the rear of the burner or thermopile.
Top View of pilot flame
GENERAL FLUE
MAINTENANCE
Conduct an inspection of the fluing system
semi-annually. Recommended areas to inspect
as follows:
1) Check the Fluing System for corrosion in
areas that are exposed to the elements.
These will appear as rust spots or streaks,
and in extreme cases, holes. These components should be replaced immediately.
2) Remove the Cap, and shine a flashlight
down the Flue. Remove any bird nests, or
other foreign material.
3) Check for evidences of excessive condensation, such as water droplets forming in
the inner liner, and subsequently dripping
out the joints, Continuous condensation can
cause corrosion of caps, pipe, and fittings.
It may be caused by having excessive
lateral runs, too many elbows, and exterior
portions of the system being exposed to
cold weather.
4) Inspect joints, to verify that no pipe sections
or fittings have been disturbed, and consequently loosened. Also check mechanical
supports such as Wall Straps, or plumbers'
tape for rigidity.
GOLD-PLATED DOORS
Top View of pilot flame
The 24 carat gold plated finish on the door
requires little maintenance, and need only be
cleaned with a damp cloth. DO NOT use
abrasive materials or chemical cleaners, as
they may harm the finish and void the warranty.
Clean any fingerprints off before turning the
unit on. If the door starts to discolour,
check the gasket seal and replace if necessary.
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MAINTENANCE
LOG REPLACEMENT
The unit should never be used with broken logs.
Turn off the gas valve and allow the unit to cool
before opening door to carefully remove the
logs. The pilot light generates enough heat to
burn someone. If for any reason a log should
need replacement, you must use the proper
replacement log. The position of these logs
must be as shown in the diagram under Log
Installation.
Note: Improper positioning of logs may
create carbon build-up and will alter the unit’s performance which
is not covered under warranty.
DOOR GASKET
If the door gasket requires replacement use 7/
8" diameter oval door gasket (Part # 650-920).
LATCH ADJUSTMENT
The door latch may require adjustment as the
door gasket material compresses after a few
fires and after glass replacement. Turn the
adjustable catch to tighten or loosen the latch.
Note:
Wearing gloves will protect your hands
while handling glass.
Mitred Glass Replacement
Removing Glass:
Panel Glass Replacement
1) Remove the door from the unit and place on
a soft surface to prevent scratching.
1) Remove the door from the unit and place on
a soft surface to prevent scratching.
2) Pull out the door gasket.
2) Pull out the door gasket.
3) Remove the nuts holding the glass retainers
in place.
4) Remove the glass retainers (sides, top and
bottom) and the door catch plate.
5) Replace the glass. The glass must have
gasketing around it.
6) Reverse the previous steps, replace the
retainers and fasten with the nuts but do not
overtighten, as this can break the glass.
Note: the door catch plate fits on top of the
left side retainer.
3) Remove the 24 nuts holding the glass
retainers in place. Do not remove the nuts
underneath the retainers.
4) Remove the door catch plate.
5) Remove glass retainers on sides first (3
each side) then remove two center retainers.
Note: Center glass retainers are glued
to center glass.
6) Remove glass from extrusions. When removing center glass, leave white insulation in place.
7) Put gasket glue on the retainers, but do not
put glue on the screws. Replace the door
gasket, the two ends butt tight together on
the bottom edge of the door.
8) Replace door on the stove and check the
seal.
GLASS
REPLACEMENT
Installing Glass:
Your Masport stove is supplied with high temperature, 5 mm Neoceram ceramic glass that
will withstand the highest heat that your unit will
produce. In the eflue that you break your glass
by impact, purchase your replacement door
from an authorized Masport dealer only, and
follow our step-by-step instructions for replacement. The glass is not sold separately, as
it must be properly sealed in the door frame.
Replacement Part #
940-325/P
F39 Wraparound Glass
940-322/P
F39 Panel Center Glass
940-323/P
F39 Panel Side Glass
WARNING: Do not operate appliance with glass panels removed,
cracked or broken. Replacement of
the glass should be done by a licensed or qualified service person.
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1) Install both center
and side glass
onto extrusions as
per diagram.
Panel Glass Door Assembly
2) Place glass assembly into door frame.
3) Install retainers by placing 1 drop of glue
where previously glued and put in place.
4) Install side retainers.
Wraparound Assembly Door
(same glass retainers as the
Panel Assembly)
5) Install door catch plate.
6) Install the 24 nuts loosely, do not tighten yet.
Masport F39 Room Sealed Freestanding Gas Fire
MAINTENANCE
7) Tighten side panels nuts using the following
procedure:
a. tighten top & bottom outside corner nuts
(2)
b. tighten inside nuts (3)
c. tighten top & bottom inside corners (2)
8) Tighten the 10 nuts on center glass retainer.
9) Repeat step 7 for other side panel.
To Remove F39 Fan:
1) Unplug or disconnect power source to
stove.
2) Remove all logs and the rear log support,
then remove the 10 screws holding the
access panel in place.
3) Unclip the black and white wires from the
fan motor.
10) Replace new gasket by gluing it in place.
4)
11) Install door onto stove and check the seal.
FAN MAINTENANCE
If your fan requires maintenance or replacement, access to the fan is through the plate on
the rear wall of the firebox. NOTE: the unit
MUST NOT be operated without the fan
access panel securely in place and correctly sealed.
Open both side doors and gently pull the
flex pipe away from the center, otherwise
the fan can catch on the flex pipe during
installation and tear the pipe. Do not tear or
damage the flex pipe.
Alternate Fan Access:
If the rear access cover is
accessible, it can be removed
to provide access to the fan.
Reverse the above steps (1 - 5). If necessary
install a new gasket before replacing the fan
access panel. Make sure the fan wires and the
ground wire are reattached.
If the fan is damaged or needs repair, it
shall be repaired by the manufacturer or
its service agent or similiarily qualified
person to avoid a hazard.
Hint for pushing fan down onto pins - rub a bit
of dish soap on the grommet so it will slide more
easily onto the pin. Check to make sure the fan
is seated properly on the pins - try to move the
fan back and forth, there should be no noise,
if there is check that the grommets haven't
come loose.
IMPORTANT: These fans collect a lot of
dust from within your home. Ensure you maintain these fan motors on a regular basis by vacuuming out the fan squirrel cages,
around the motor, and around the
grills on the back of the stove.
IMPORTANT
Disconnect power supply
before servicing
WARNING:
Electrical Grounding Instructions
This appliance is equipped with a
three pronged (grounding) plug
for your protection against shock
hazard and should be plugged
directly into a properly grounded
three-prong receptacle. Do not cut
or remove the grounding prong
from this plug.
Replacing F39 Fan:
5) Lift fan off of the 2 pins, tip back and pull
through firebox opening. Disconnect the
green ground wire from the right side of the
fan as soon as you can reach it.
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MAINTENANCE
REMOVING VALVE
If your valve requires maintenance or replacement, use the following instructions:
Note: Always close off the gas supply
before removing the valve.
4) Remove the two outside frame pieces by
removing two screws per side. See diagram below.
9) Carefully lift the burner tray assembly out.
10) To replace the burner tray assembly, simply reverse these instructions.
1) Open front pedestal door. You may want
to put a soft cloth on the base of the unit so
that when the pedestal door is open it
doesn't scratch the paint.
5) At this point you should disconnect the gas
at the valve. You can access it through the
front now that the control panel is off, or you
can access it through the rear pedestal
cover plate.
6) Carefully remove the logs and lava rock.
2) Undo the six screws holding the control
panel in place.
7) Remove burner.
FIREBOX PAINT
3) Disconnect all wires from the back of the
panel and then remove panel. You should
lay the panel on a soft cloth so it doesn't get
marked up. See diagram below.
The interior of the firebox is subject to extremely high flame temperatures. While the painted
surface is designed for high durability, the
combustion conditions can cause deterioration of the paint finish. This is not unique to
Masport Gas Fires.
If the surface discolors or blisters simply scuff
any loose paint from the firebox and lightly
respray with Masport high temperature paint.
Note: Use a magnetic type screwdriver
if possible.
8) Remove all 18 screws holding the burner
tray assembly in place.
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Masport F39 Room Sealed Freestanding Gas Fire
PARTS LIST
F39 MAIN ASSEMBLY
Part#: Aust. New Zealand
1)
4)
5)
8)
10)
560-920
730-038
*
730-560
730-034
Description
Louver Assy - Gold (Set)
Door Screen (Austraila only)
Wire Holder Clip
Relief Door Assembly (with gasket)
Mounting Plate Gasket
11) 730-519/P
Fan Assembly (240 Volt)
910-169/P 556071 Fan Motor (240 Volt)
12) 910-714 560061 Power Cord (240 Volt)
15)
16)
17)
18)
19)
20)
21)
23)
24)
560-525
730-039
904-257
560-025
910-073
730-530
730-525
560-031
904-258
948-255
25) *
26) *
27) 910-233
28) *
29)
30)
31)
32)
33)
36)
*
730-044
630-021
730-028
630-520
936-194
37) 936-197
551893
560242
551891
556074
Pedestal Assembly
Pedestal Door
Pedestal Door Magnet
Pedestal Back
Spark Generator Battery Holder
Side Panel Door Assy (Right Side)
Side Panel Door Assy (Left Side)
Side Panel Door Hinge
Side Panel Door Magnet
Door Latch
Part#: Aust. New Zealand Description
38)
39)
40)
41)
42)
820-058
730-036
730-042
904-185
904-186
910-033
45) 750-031
50) 910-140
51) 910-246
918-089
730-968
948-217
918-082
556077 Pedestal Base Cover
Gasket - Air Passage
Thermodisc Cover
Cable Tie - High Temperature
Cable Tie Mounting Button
Heat Resistant Sleeve
Rear Control Panel
560036 Fan Hi/Off/Low Switch
560024 Burner On/Off Switch
Decal - Top Rear Control Panel
Conversion Kit to LPG
Logo Plate
Manual
*Not available as a replacement part.
Flex Pipe (3" ID)
Clamp for Flex Pipe
560065 Fan Auto On/Off
Thermodisc
Mntg Bracket
-Thermodisc
Air Deflector
Rear Panel
Fan Access Panel
Firebox Baffle
False Top Assy
Gasket - Starter
Collar/Air Passage
Gasket - Flue Collar/
Starter Collar
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PARTS LIST
F39 BURNER & LOG ASSEMBLY
Part#: Aust. New Zealand
54)
55)
56)
57)
910-373
910-372
918-088
*
Description
588412 Knob - Pilot Valve Extension
588413 Flame Adjusting Knob
Control Plate Decal
Switch Plate
730-574/P
60) 910-378 588394
904-688 556172
936-170 556174
910-074
Valve Assembly - NG
Valve - S.I.T. - NG
#32 Orifice - N.G.
Orifice Gasket
Spark Generator Switch c/w Wire
66) 910-038
910-039
Pilot Assy - S.I.T. - 3 Flame NG
Pilot Assy - S.I.T. - 3 Flame LPG
67) *
Pilot Holder
68) W840470
Pilot Assembly Gasket
71) 730-528
Log Stand
904-641 556173 Pilot Orifice #50 - NG
75) 730-935
Log Set
78) 730-550
82) 630-009
83) 630-008
Burner Assembly
Gasket-Burner
Tray/Air Passage
Gasket - Burner Tray/
Firebox
90) 910-386
91) 910-341
Thermocouple
Thermopile
92)
93)
94)
95)
96)
97)
98)
Rear Log
Left Top Log
Center Log
Middle Right Log
Middle Left Log
Front Right Log
Front Left Log
902-267
902-231
902-232
902-236
902-230
902-229
902-228
*Not available as a replacement part.
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Masport F39 Room Sealed Freestanding Gas Fire
PARTS LIST
F39 DOOR ASSEMBLIES
Part#: Aust. New Zealand
101)
105)
106)
107)
108)
111)
112)
208)
Description
730-924
Gold Mitred Door - Complete
730-926
Black Mitred Door - Complete
730-932
Gold Wrap Door - Complete
730-928
Gold Panel Door - Complete
650-920 560018 Door Gasket Kit
*
Ceramic Paper
940-323/P
Side Glass
936-243 560087 Glass Gasket
940-322/P
Centre Glass
*
Door Frame Fibre Paper
750-015
Door Glass Extrusion
940-325/P
Wrap Glass
*Not available as a replacement part.
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Masport F39 Room Sealed Freestanding Gas Fire
WARRANTY
THE MASPORT EXPRESS WARRANTY
All new Masport Gas appliances are warranted, subject to the
following conditions, to be free from defects in material or
workmanship under normal use. The Express Warranty on all
parts, including firebox components is two years from date of
original purchase as well as labour costs involved in the
repair or replacement. The Express Warranty on flues and
accessories is for a period of twelve months from date of
original purchase and includes labour costs involved in the
repair or replacement.
This Express Warranty applies only with respect to defects in
material and workmanship under normal and proper use of
the NEW UNIT in its unmodified condition. Masport's obligation under this Express Warranty is limited to the repair or
replacement, at its option, by an approved Masport Gas
Service Agent (Retailer) of any part found to be defective in
material or workmanship.
Labour costs involved in the repair or replacement are also
covered under this Express Warranty as per the time condition
outlined.
If an approved Masport Gas Service Agent is requested to
attend on a service call that is not covered under this Express
Warranty, a call out charge may be applicable, regardless of
whether a repair is carried out or not.
Masport can accept no obligation whatsoever for any incidental, consequential or special damages or expenses resulting
from any product defect. This Express Warranty applies from
the date of original purchase, applies to the original purchaser, and is not transferable. The decision to repair or replace
defective components will be made by Masport or its agent
and actioned by an approved Masport Service Agent.
This Express Warranty Does Not Cover:
1. Defects, malfunctions or failures caused by incorrect
installation, normal wear and tear, misuse, neglect, accidental damage or failure to follow the fuel selection,
product operating and maintenance instructions, or resulting from installations, repairs or modifications to the
equipment carried out by unauthorised persons.
2. Defects, malfunctions or failures caused by an act or
omission of other persons after the product has left
Masport's control.
3. The costs of collection and delivery of the equipment.
4. The cost of labour or materials as a consequence of faulty
installation of gas supply line, flue, burner or log settings,
or non-compliance with local codes.
The Express Warranty is not intended to exclude any rights
the purchaser may have under the laws of the place, state,
or country of purchase. Nothing in this Express Warranty
limits or restricts any other statutory right or remedy
available to the purchaser.
How You Obtain Warranty Service:
Provide proof of the date of purchase. Should the need for a
warranty claim arise reasonable proof of the purchase date
is required therefore you should retain your sales receipt.
Where flueless appliances are not permanently installed,
they should be returned to a Service Agent for evaluation.
Make the faulty part(s) available for inspection by Masport and/
or its agents so that the validity of the claim can be established
by them.
Australia Distributor:
New Zealand:
Masport Pty Limited
P.O. Box 533
Braeside Victoria 3195
Masport Limited
P.O. Box 14-349
Panmure
Auckland 6
For your own records, please complete the following:
Model: ________________________________________ Serial Number: ____________________________
Retailer: ________________________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________________
Purchase Date: _______________________________
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