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White Mountain P)-1 Owner`s manual
EMPIRE
Comfort Systems
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
AND
OWNER'S MANUAL
The Heritage Cast Iron Stoves
CAST IRON
DIRECT VENT STOVE
MODELS:
DVP30CA30(B,F,M,S,W)N-1
DVP30CA30(B,F,M,S,W)P-1
GAS-FIRED
Installer: Leave this manual with the appliance.
Consumer: Retain this manual for future reference.
WARNING: If the information in these instructions are not followed exactly, a fire or explosion
may result causing property damage, personal
injury or loss of life.
— Do not store or use gasoline or other
flammable vapors and liquids in the vicinity
of this or any other appliance.
— WHAT TO DO IF YOU SMELL GAS
• Do not try to light any appliance.
• Do not touch any electrical switch; do not
use any phone in your building.
• Immediately call your gas supplier from a
neighbor’s phone. Follow the gas supplier’s instructions.
• If you cannot reach your gas supplier, call
the fire department.
— Installation and service must be performed
by a qualified installer, service agency or the
gas supplier.
This appliance may be installed in an aftermarket
permanently located, manufactured home (USA
only) or mobile home, where not prohibited by
local codes.
This appliance is only for use with the type of gas
indicated on the rating plate. This appliance is
not convertible for use with other gases, unless a
certified kit is used.
WARNING: Improper installation, adjustment,
alteration, service or maintenance can cause injury
or property damage. Refer to this manual. For assistance or additional information consult a qualified
installer, service agency, or the gas supplier.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
SECTION
PAGE
Important Safety Information ............................................................................................... 3
Safety Information for Users of LP-Gas .............................................................................. 4
Requirements for Massachusetts .......................................................................................... 5
Introduction .......................................................................................................................... 6
Specifications ....................................................................................................................... 7
Gas Supply ........................................................................................................................... 8
Clearances ..................................................................................................................... 9 - 10
Venting Fireplace ................................................................................................................ 11
Restrictor Plate Installation ................................................................................................ 12
Adjusting Air Shutter ......................................................................................................... 13
Termination Clearances ...................................................................................................... 14
Vent Clearances .................................................................................................................. 15
Vent System Identification ................................................................................................. 16
Framing and Finishing ................................................................................................ 17 - 18
Horizontal Termination ...................................................................................................... 18
Vertical Termination ...................................................................................................... 19-20
Log Placement .................................................................................................................... 21
Operating Guidelines .......................................................................................................... 22
Lighting Instructions .......................................................................................................... 23
Pilot Flame Characteristics ................................................................................................. 24
Main Burner Flame Characteristics .................................................................................... 25
Wiring .......................................................................................................................... 26 - 27
Maintenance ....................................................................................................................... 28
Troubleshooting .................................................................................................................. 29
Firebox Parts List ............................................................................................................... 30
Firebox Parts View ............................................................................................................. 31
Casting Parts List ............................................................................................................... 32
Casting Parts View ............................................................................................................. 33
Accessory Side Shelves ...................................................................................................... 34
Optional Blower Installation Instructions ................................................................... 35 - 36
How To Order Repair Parts ................................................................................................ 37
Service Notes ............................................................................................................... 37 - 38
Quick Reference ................................................................................................................. 39
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24032-2-1008
IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION
Before enclosing the vent pipe assembly, operate the appliance to ensure it is venting properly.
DO NOT OPERATE THIS APPLIANCE WITHOUT GLASS FRONT PANEL INSTALLED
• This appliance must be installed on a flat, solid,
continuous surface (e.g. wood, metal, concrete). This
may be the floor, or it may 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 as the appliance's base extends
the width and depth of the appliance.
• Children and adults should be alerted to the hazards
of high surface temperatures 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.
• This appliance must not share or be connected to a flue
serving a separate solid-fuel burning appliance.
• Keep the area around your appliance clear of
combustible materials, gasoline and other flammable
vapor and liquids.
• Under no circumstances should any solid fuels (wood,
coal, paper or cardboard etc.) be used in this appliance.
• The flow of combustion and ventilation air must not
be obstructed in any way.
• Clothing or other flammable material should not be
placed on or near the appliance.
• Adequate accessibility clearances for servicing and
proper operation.
• Due to high temperatures the appliance should be
located out of traffic and away from furniture and
draperies.
• The glass front or any part removed for servicing
the appliance must be replaced prior to operating
the appliance. Work should be done by a qualified
service person.
• Keep burner and control compartment clean.
• Vent cap is hot while fireplace is in operation.
• Installation and repair should be done by a
QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSON. The appliance
should be inspected before use and at least annually
by a qualified service person. More frequent
cleaning may be required due to excessive lint from
carpeting, bedding materials, etc. It is imperative
that control compartments, burners and circulating
air passageways of the appliance be kept clean.
• DO examine venting system periodically and replace
damaged parts.
• DO make a periodic visual check of pilot and burners.
Clean and replace damaged parts.
• CAUTION: The glass used in your fireplace is
tempered glass. If the glass is cracked or damaged in
any way, it should be replaced only with a complete
glass frame assembly from Empire. See parts list on
Page 30 for ordering.
• DO NOT use this fireplace if any part has been under
water. Immediately call a qualified service technician
to inspect the heater and to replace any part of the
control system and any gas control which has been
under water.
• Any safety screen or guard removed for servicing
an appliance must be replaced prior to operating
the appliance.
• DO NOT put anything around the fireplace that will
obstruct the flow of ventilation air.
• Clearance in accordance with local installation codes
and the requirements of the gas supplier.
• DO keep the appliance area clear and free from
combustible material, gasoline and other flammable
vapors and liquids.
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SAFETY INFORMATION FOR USERS OF LP-GAS
Propane (LP-Gas) is a flammable gas which can cause fires
and explosions. In its natural state, propane is odorless and
colorless. You may not know all the following safety precautions which can protect both you and your family from an
accident. Read them carefully now, then review them point
by point with the members of your household. Someday when
there may not be a minute to lose, everyone's safety will depend
on knowing exactly what to do. If, after reading the following
information, you feel you still need more information, please
contact your gas supplier.
LP-GAS WARNING ODOR
If a gas leak happens, you should be able to smell the gas because of the odorant put in the LP-Gas.
That's your signal to go into immediate action!
•
•
•
•
Do not operate electric switches, light matches, use your phone.
Do not do anything that could ignite the gas.
Get everyone out of the building, vehicle, trailer, or area. Do
that IMMEDIATELY.
Close all gas tank or cylinder supply valves.
LP-Gas is heavier than air and may settle in low areas such as
basements. When you have reason to suspect a gas leak, keep
out of basements and other low areas. Stay out until firefighters
declare them to be safe.
•
•
Use your neighbor's phone and call a trained LP-Gas service
person and the fire department. Even though you may not
continue to smell gas, do not turn on the gas again. Do not
re-enter the building, vehicle, trailer, or area.
Finally, let the service man and firefighters check for escaped
gas. Have them air out the area before you return. Properly
trained LP-Gas service people should repair the leak, then
check and relight the gas appliance for you.
NO ODOR DETECTED - ODOR FADE
Some people cannot smell well. Some people cannot smell the
odor of the chemical put into the gas. You must find out if you
can smell the odorant in propane. Smoking can decrease your
ability to smell. Being around an odor for a time can affect your
sensitivity or ability to detect that odor. Sometimes other odors
in the area mask the gas odor. People may not smell the gas odor
or their minds are on something else. Thinking about smelling a
gas odor can make it easier to smell.
The odorant in LP-gas is colorless, and it can fade under some
circumstances. For example, if there is an underground leak, the
movement of the gas through soil can filter the odorant. Odorants
in LP-Gas also are subject to oxidation. This fading can occur if
there is rust inside the storage tank or in iron gas pipes.
The odorant in escaped gas can adsorb or absorb onto or into walls,
masonry and other materials and fabrics in a room. That will take
some of the odorant out of the gas, reducing its odor intensity.
LP-Gas may stratify in a closed area, and the odor intensity could
vary at different levels. Since it is heavier than air, there may be
more odor at lower levels. Always be sensitive to the slightest gas
odor. If you detect any odor, treat it as a serious leak. Immediately
go into action as instructed earlier.
SOME POINTS TO REMEMBER
•
Learn to recognize the odor of LP-gas. Your local LP-Gas
Dealer can give you a "Scratch and Sniff" pamphlet. Use it to
find out what the propane odor smells like. If you suspect that
your LP-Gas has a weak or abnormal odor, call your LP-Gas
Dealer.
•
If you are not qualified, do not light pilot lights, perform service,
or make adjustments to appliances on the LP-Gas system. If
you are qualified, consciously think about the odor of LP-Gas
prior to and while lighting pilot lights or performing service
or making adjustments.
•
Sometimes a basement or a closed-up house has a musty smell
that can cover up the LP-Gas odor. Do not try to light pilot
lights, perform service, or make adjustments in an area where
the conditions are such that you may not detect the odor if
there has been a leak of LP-Gas.
•
Odor fade, due to oxidation by rust or adsorption on walls of
new cylinders and tanks, is possible. Therefore, people should
be particularly alert and careful when new tanks or cylinders
are placed in service. Odor fade can occur in new tanks, or
reinstalled old tanks, if they are filled and allowed to set too
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long before refilling. Cylinders and tanks which have been
out of service for a time may develop internal rust which will
cause odor fade. If such conditions are suspected to exist, a
periodic sniff test of the gas is advisable. If you have any
question about the gas odor, call your LP-gas dealer. A
periodic sniff test of the LP-gas is a good safety measure
under any condition.
•
If, at any time, you do not smell the LP-Gas odorant and you
think you should, assume you have a leak. Then take the same
immediate action recommended above for the occasion when
you do detect the odorized LP-Gas.
•
If you experience a complete "gas out," (the container is under
no vapor pressure), turn the tank valve off immediately. If the
container valve is left on, the container may draw in some air
through openings such as pilot light orifices. If this occurs,
some new internal rusting could occur. If the valve is left
open, then treat the container as a new tank. Always be sure
your container is under vapor pressure by turning it off at the
container before it goes completely empty or having it refilled
before it is completely empty.
24032-2-1008
REQUIREMENTS FOR MASSACHUSETTS
For all side wall horizontally vented gas fueled equipment
installed in every dwelling, building or structure used in
whole or in part for residential purposes, including those
owned or operated by the Commonwealth and where the
side wall exhaust vent termination is less than seven (7) feet
above finished grade in the area of the venting, including but
not limited to decks and porches, the following requirements
shall be satisfied:
3. SIGNAGE. A metal or plastic identification plate shall be
permanently mounted to the exterior of the building at a
minimum height of eight (8) feet above grade directly in
line with the exhaust vent terminal for the horizontally
vented gas fueled heating appliance or equipment. The
sign shall read, in print size no less than one-half (1/2)
inch in size, “GAS VENT DIRECTLY BELOW. KEEP
CLEAR OF ALL OBSTRUCTIONS”.
1. INSTALLATION OF CARBON MONOXIDE DETECTORS. At the time of installation of the side wall horizontal
vented gas fueled equipment, the installing plumber or
gasfitter shall observe that a hard wired carbon monoxide
detector with an alarm and battery back-up is installed on
the floor level where the gas equipment is to be installed.
In addition, the installing plumber or gasfitter shall observe
that a battery operated or hard wired carbon monoxide
detector with an alarm is installed on each additional
level of the dwelling, building or structure served by
the side wall horizontal vented gas fueled equipment. It
shall be the responsibility of the property owner to secure
the services of qualified licensed professionals for the
installation of hard wired carbon monoxide detectors
4. INSPECTION. The state or local gas inspector of the
side wall horizontally vented gas fueled equipment shall
not approve the installation unless, upon inspection, the
inspector observes carbon monoxide detectors and signage
installed in accordance with the provisions of 248 CMR
5.08(2)(a) 1 through 4.
a. In the event that the side wall horizontally vented gas
fueled equipment is installed in a crawl space or an
attic, the hard wired carbon monoxide detector with
alarm and battery back-up may be installed on the
next adjacent floor level.
b. In the event that the requirements of this subdivision
can not be met at the time of completion of installation, the owner shall have a period of thirty (30) days
to comply with the above requirements; provided,
however, that during said thirty (30) day period, a
battery operated carbon monoxide detector with an
alarm shall be installed.
2. APPROVED CARBON MONOXIDE DETECTORS.
Each carbon monoxide detector as required in accordance
with the above provisions shall comply with NFPA 720
and be ANSI/UL 2034 listed and IAS certified.
(b) EXEMPTIONS: The following equipment is exempt
from 248 CMR 5.08(2)(a)1 through 4:
1. The equipment listed in Chapter 10 entitled
“Equipment Not Required To Be Vented” in the
most current edition of NFPA 54 as adopted by
the Board; and
2. Product Approved side wall horizontally vented
gas fueled equipment installed in a room or
structure separate from the dwelling, building or
structure used in whole or in part for residential
purposes.
(d) MANUFACTURER REQUIREMENTS - GAS
EQUIPMENT VENTING SYSTEM NOT PROVIDED. When the manufacturer of a Product Approved side wall horizontally vented gas fueled
equipment does not provide the parts for venting the
flue gases, but identifies “special venting systems”,
the following requirements shall be satisfied by the
manufacturer:
1. The referenced “special venting system” instructions shall be included with the appliance or
equipment installation instructions; and
2. The “special venting systems” shall be Product
Approved by the Board, and the instructions for
that system shall include a parts list and detailed
installation instruction.
(e) A copy of all installation instructions for all Product
Approved side wall horizontally vented gas fueled
equipment, all venting instructions, all parts lists for
venting instructions, and/or all venting design instructions shall remain with the appliance or equipment
at the completion of the installation.
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INTRODUCTION
Instructions to Installer
1. Installer must leave instruction manual with owner after
installation.
2. Installer must have owner fill out and mail warranty card supplied
with the fireplace.
3. Installer should show owner how to start and operate the
fireplace.
This direct vent gas fireplace heater is designed to operate with all
combustion air being siphoned from the outside of the building and all
exhaust gases expelled to the outside of the building. The information
contained in this manual pertains to all models and gas control systems
unless otherwise noted.
Warning: This unit is not for use with solid fuels.
Notice: During initial firing of this unit, its paint will bake out and
smoke will occur. To prevent triggering of smoke alarms, ventilate
the room in which the unit is installed.
Notice: Remove screw in valve cover. Screw is required to prevent
shipping damage.
Appliance must not be connected to a chimney flue that is servicing a
separate solid-fuel burning appliance.
Attention: All vent runs must have a minimum VERTICAL rise
of two feet. See Venting Fireplace, page 11.
Installation in Residential Garages
Gas utilization equipment in residential garages shall be installed so
that all burners and burner ignition devices are located not less than
18" (457 mm) above the floor.
Such equipment shall be located, or protected, so it is not subject to
physical damage by a moving vehicle.
Appliance Certification
This fireplace is design certified in accordance with American National
Standard/CSA Standard ANSI Z.21-88/CSA 2.33 and by Underwriters
Laboratories as a Direct Vent Gas Fireplace Heater and shall be installed
according to these instructions.
Consult your local building code agency, prior to installation, to ensure
compliance with local codes-including permits and inspections.
The fireplace, when installed with blower, must be electrically grounded
in accordance with local codes or, in absence of local codes, with the
National Electric Code ANSI/NFPA 70 or Canadian Electric code, CSA
C22.1, if an external electrical source is utilized.
These models may be installed in a bedroom or bed-sitting room in
the U.S.A. and Canada.
Qualified Installing Agency
Installation and replacement of gas piping, gas utilization equipment or
accessories and repair and servicing of equipment shall be performed
only by a qualified agency. The term “qualified agency” means any
individual, firm, corporation or company which either in person
or through a representative is engaged in and is responsible for (a)
the installation or replacement of gas piping or (b) the connection,
installation, repair or servicing of equipment, who is experienced in
such work, familiar with all precautions required and has complied
with all the requirements of the authority having jurisdiction.
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State of Massachusetts: The installation must be made by
a licensed plumber or gas fitter in the Commonwealth of
Massachusetts.
The installation must conform with local codes or, in the absence of
local codes, with the National Fuel Gas Code ANSI Z223.1/NFPA
54* Natural Gas and Propane Installation Code, or CSA B149.1 in
Canada.*Available from the American National Standards Institute, Inc. 11 West
42nd St., New York, N.Y. 10036.
Warning: ANY CHANGE TO THIS FIREPLACE OR ITS
CONTROLS CAN BE DANGEROUS.
Improper installation or use of the fireplace can cause serious
injury or death from fire, burns, explosions, or carbon monoxide
poisoning.
Any alteration of the original design, installed other than as
shown in these instructions or use with a type of gas not shown on
the rating plate is the responsibility of the person and company
making the change.
Important
All correspondence should refer to complete Model Number, Serial
Number and type of gas.
High Altitude
When installing this unit at an elevation above 2000 feet (in the United
States) it may be necessary to decrease the input rating by changing
the existing burner orifice to a smaller size. Generally, input should be
reduced 4 percent for each 1000 feet above sea level. However, if the
heating value of the gas has been reduced, this general rule may not apply.
Check with local gas utility for proper orifice size identification.
Canadian High Altitude
Altitude: 0-4500 feet (0-1370 m)
When installing this unit at an elevation above 4500 feet (in Canada),
check with local authorities.
Consult your local gas utility for assistance in determining the proper
orifice for location.
Preparation
This direct vent gas fireplace and its components are tested and safe
when installed in accordance with this Installation Manual. Report to
your dealer any parts damaged in shipment, specifically check glass
condition. Do not install unit with damaged, incomplete, or substitute
parts. Read all instructions before starting installation and follow these
instructions carefully during installation to insure maximum benefit
and safety. Failure to follow them will void your warranty and may
present a fire hazard.
The warranty will be voided by, and the warranter disclaims any
responsibility for the following actions:
• Installation of any damaged fireplace or vent system component.
• Modification of the fireplace or direct vent system.
• Installation other than as instructed by Empire Comfort Systems,
Inc.
• Improper positioning of the logs or glass door.
• Installation and/or use of any component part not manufactured or
approved by manufacturer.
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SPECIFICATIONS
Model
DVP30CA30(B,F,S,M,W)
Natural Gas
Propane (LP)
Input BTU/HR (KW/H) Maximum
32,000 (9.3)
30,000 (8.7)
BTU/HR (KW/H) Minimum
22,400 (6.5)
22,000 (6.4)
Height
27 3/4" (705 mm)
27 3/4" (705 mm)
28 1/16" (713 mm)
28 1/16" (713 mm)
Width
Depth
17 3/8" (442 mm)
17 3/8" (442 mm)
Gas Inlet (Pipe)
1/2" (13 mm)
1/2" (13 mm)
Floor to Center of 90° elbow with a 24" length of pipe
56 1/4" (1428 mm)
56 1/4" (1428 mm)
(See Figure 5)
Venting Accessories (Special Vent Kits - Simpson Duravent Can be purchased from Empire Comfort Systems Inc.)
DVKHP
Direct-Vent Kit for Horizontal Run (46DVA-24B, 46DVA-09B,
46DVA-08AB, 46DVA-DC, 46DVA-WT, 46DVA-HC,
46DVA-E90B)
DVKVP
Direct-Vent Kit for Vertical Run ((2) 46DVA-48B, 46DVA-DC,
46DVA-F6, 46DVA-SC, 46DVA-FS, 46DVA-VCH)
Accessories
TMV
Millivolt Wall Thermostat - Reed Switch
FRBC
Battery Operated Remote Control
FRBTC
Battery Operated Remote Control with Thermostat
FREC
Electric Remote Control
FWS
Wall Switch
FRBTP
7-Day Programmable Remote
TRW
Remote Wall Thermostat
CIB-3
Automatic Blower
Stone Inlay Replaces Standard Grill Top
CSI-8V
Stone Inlay
Venetian Gold
CSI-9A
Stone Inlay
Adobe Frost
CSI-10M
Stone Inlay
Patina Mocha
Stone Inlay
Temple Gray
CSI-11G
CSI-12A
Stone Inlay
American Beauty
Cast Iron Stove Side Shelf Kit (Includes Left & Right)
CSK-B
Side Shelf Kit
Porcelain Black
CSK-F
Side Shelf Kit
Matte Black
CSK-M
Side Shelf Kit
Porcelain Mahogany
CSK-S
Side Shelf Kit
Porcelain Sand
CSK-W
Side Shelf Kit
Matte Pewter
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GAS SUPPLY
Consult the current National Fuel Gas Code, ANSI Z223.1 CAN/
CGA-B149 (.1 or .2) installation code.
Recommended Gas Pipe Diameter
Pipe Length
Schedule 40 Pipe
Tubing, Type L
Inside Diameter
Outside Diameter
Nat.
L.P.
Nat.
L.P.
0-10 feet
0-3 meters
1/2”
12.7 mm
3/8”
9.5 mm
1/2”
12.7 mm
3/8”
9.5 mm
10-40 feet
4-12 meters
1/2”
12.7 mm
1/2”
12.7 mm
5/8”
15.9 mm
1/2”
12.7 mm
40-100 feet
13-30 meters
1/2”
12.7 mm
1/2”
12.7 mm
3/4”
19 mm
1/2”
12.7 mm
100-150 feet
31-46 meters
3/4”
19 mm
1/2”
12.7 mm
7/8”
22.2 mm
3/4”
19 mm
Note: Never use plastic pipe. Check to confirm whether your local
codes allow copper tubing or galvanized.
Note: Since some municipalities have additional local codes, it is
always best to consult your local authority and installation code.
The use of the following gas connectors is recommended:
— ANS Z21.24 Appliance Connectors of Corrugated Metal Tubing
and Fittings
— ANS Z21.45 Assembled Flexible Appliance Connectors of
Other Than All-Metal Construction
The above connectors may be used if acceptable by the authority
having jurisdiction. The state of Massachusetts requires that a flexible
appliance connector cannot exceed three feet in length.
1/2 NPT
NIPPLE
Installing a New Main Gas Cock
Each appliance should have its own manual gas cock.
A manual main gas cock should be located in the vicinity of the
unit. Where none exists, or where its size or location is not adequate, contact your local authorized installer for installation or
relocation.
Compounds used on threaded joints of gas piping shall be resistant
to the action of liquefied petroleum gases. The gas lines must be
checked for leaks by the installer. This should be done with a soap
solution watching for bubbles on all exposed connections, and if
unexposed, a pressure test should be made.
Never use an exposed flame to check for leaks. Appliance must
be disconnected from piping at inlet of control valve and pipe
capped or plugged for pressure test. Never pressure test with
appliance connected; control valve will sustain damage!
NOTE: The gas control is equipped with a captured screw type
pressure test point, therefore it is not necessary to provide a 1/8"
test point up stream of the control.
A gas valve and ground joint union should be installed in the gas
line upstream of the gas control to aid in servicing. It is required
by the National Fuel Gas Code that a drip line be installed near
the gas inlet. This should consist of a vertical length of pipe tee
connected into the gas line that is capped on the bottom in which
condensation and foreign particles may collect.
When using copper or flex connector use only approved fittings.
Always provide a union so that gas line can be easily disconnected
for burner servicing.
The appliance and it's individual shut off valve must be disconnected
from supply piping system during any pressure testing of that system
at test pressures in excess of 1/2 psig (3.5 kPa).
The appliance must be isolated from the gas supply piping system
by closing its individual manual shut off valve during any pressure
testing of the gas supply piping system at test pressures equal to or
less than 1/2 psig (3.5 kPa).
Attention! If one of the procedures results in pressures in excess
of 1/2 psig (14" w.c.) (3.5 kPa) on the fireplace gas valve, it will
result in a hazardous condition.
1/2 NPT
NIPPLE
Figure 1
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Checking Manifold Pressure
Both Propane and Natural gas valves have a built-in pressure
regulator in the gas valve. Natural gas models will have a manifold
pressure of approximately 3.5" w.c. (.871 kPa) for maximum input
or 1.7" w.c. (.423 kPa) for minimum input at the valve outlet
with the inlet pressure to the valve from a minimum of 5.0" w.c.
(1.245 kPa) for the purpose of input adjustment to a maximum of
10.5" w.c. (2.615 kPa). Propane gas models will have a manifold
pressure approximately 10.0" w.c. (2.49 kPa) for maximum input
or 5.9" w.c. (1.469 kPa) for minimum input at the valve outlet
with the inlet pressure to the valve from a minimum of 11.0" w.c.
(2.739 kPa) for the purpose of input adjustment to a maximum of
13.0" w.c. (3.237 kPa).
A 1/8" (3 mm) N.P.T. plugged tapping, accessible for test gauge
connection, is located on the outlet side of the gas control.
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CLEARANCES
In selecting a location for installation, it is necessary to provide
adequate accessibility clearances for servicing and proper operation.
10”
(254mm)
10”
(254mm)
Locating and Venting the Direct Vent Fireplace
Clearances: When facing the front of the direct vent fireplace the
minimum clearances to combustible construction (material) are
the following:
4” (102mm) HEATER CORNERS TO SIDE WALL
Top of appliance (ceiling)
36" (914.4 mm)
Rear Wall
1" (25.4 mm)
Side Wall
6" (152.4 mm)
Heater Corners (45° angle) to Wall 4" (101.6 mm)
Floor
0" (0 mm)
Installation on Rugs and Tile
This appliance must be installed on a flat, solid, continuous surface
(e.g. wood, metal, concrete). This may be the floor, or it may be
raised up on a platform to enhance its visual impact. The appliance may be installed on carpeting, vinyl, wood flooring or other
combustible material.
4”
(102mm)
36” (915mm) TO CEILING OR
HORIZONTAL PROJECTION
ABOVE APPLIANCE
6” (153mm)
TO SIDE WALL
6” (153mm) TO
COMBUSTIBLE
MATERIAL
NOTE: HEATER INSTALLED AT 45° ANGLE IN CORNER
Figure 3
Figure 2
1” (25.4mm)
TO COMBUSTIBLE MATERIAL
Figure 4
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CLEARANCES (cont.)
Special Vent Systems
The following vent systems are acceptable for use with the
DVP30CA fireplace:
Simpson Duravent® GS 4" - 6 5/8"
American Metal® 4" - 6 5/8"
*Selkirk Direct-Temp® 4" - 6 5/8"
* Can not be used in side wall horizontal vent installations in
the State of Massachusetts.
90° ELBOW
24” PIPE SECTION
(610 mm)
56 1/4”
(1.43 m)
Figure 5
VENTING FIREPLACE
Venting Graph (Dimensions in Feet) (Figure 6)
1. Determine the height of the center of the termination. Using this
dimension on the Venting Graph, locate the point it intersects
with the slanted graph line, or the right edge of the graph.
2. From the point of this intersection, draw a vertical line to the
bottom of the graph.
3. Adjust the indicated maximum dimension for additional elbows
if necessary.
4. Position the unit so that maximum horizontal run is not
exceeded.
Venting Requirements (Figure 6)
Minimum vertical rise from appliance outlet before any elbows =
24 inches (610 mm).
Maximum vertical rise from appliance outlet = 25 feet (7.62 m),
the restrictor plate must be used above 10 feet.
Maximum horizontal run from appliance outlet = 12 feet
(3.66 m).
Maximum vertical rise and horizontal run is a combined total of
25 feet (7.62 m).
Maximum elbows = (2) 90°, for the second elbow subtract 5 feet
from a horizontal run.
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To Use the Vent Graph
EXAMPLE A:
If the vertical rise from the appliance outlet is 21 feet, the horizontal
run to the outer wall flange of the vent termination must not exceed
4 feet with (1) 90° elbow.
EXAMPLE B:
If the vertical rise from the appliance outlet is 14 feet, the horizontal
run to the outer wall flange of the vent termination must not exceed
11 feet with (1) 90° elbow.
SPECIAL NOTE: For each 45 degree elbow installed in the
horizontal run, the length of the horizontal run MUST be reduced by
18 inches (457.2 mm). This does not apply if the 45 degree elbows
are installed on the vertical rise of the vent system.
Example: According to the chart the maximum horizontal run is
12 feet and if two 45 degree elbows are required in the horizontal
run it must be reduced to 9 feet.
The maximum number of 45 degree elbows permitted per side
wall installation is two. These elbows can be installed in either the
vertical rise or horizontal run.
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VENTING FIREPLACE (cont.)
0
Sidewall Venting
The maximum vertical and horizontal distances are 25 feet and 12
feet, respectively. Vertical dimensions are based on top of fireplace
to centerline of pipe. Horizontal dimensions are based on centerline
of pipe to termination.
HORIZONTAL RUN IN FEET
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14
VENTING MUST
TERMINATE IN
THIS AREA
21
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
VERTICAL RISE ABOVE FIREPLACE IN FEET
25
24
23
22
CAUTION: Total vertical run MUST BE completed before
starting horizontal run. Horizontal chimney run must slope
upward (away from fireplace) 1/4" per foot and vent
termination must be level.
Under no circumstances should combustible materials (including
siding) be closer than 2" from the top of the 6 5/8" pipe or closer
than 1" on the side and bottom.
Cutting the Hole (Figure 7)
After the appliance has been positioned in its permanent location,
the hole through the exterior wall of the house can be cut. This
hole needs to be 10" high x 10" wide square with its center line
determined by the amount of vertical arise and horizontal run of the
termination. When locating the hole it must be noted that the bottom
of the cap must be 12" above the ground level, and top of the cap
must be no less than 18" below a combustible projection, and no
closer than 9" to any wall running parallel to vent termination.
VENT CAP
9” (229MM) TO SIDE WALL
28”
Figure 6
Figure 7
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RESTRICTOR PLATE INSTALLATION
The restrictor plate is to be used only in a completely vertical vent
installation. The restrictor plate can be used when the vertical vent
rise is between 10 feet and 25 feet.
In a vertical vent rise the rear (yellow) flames on the main burner
can be reduced due to the drawing action from the flue exhaust pipe
and the air inlet pipe. A decrease in the height or the appearance of
the yellow flame may occur when the vertical vent rise is between
10 feet and 25 feet. To enhance the yellow flame on the main
burner, the restrictor plates need to be installed on both air inlet
holes behind the log shelf.
Please use the following steps to install the restrictor plate.
1. Remove cast iron top and carefully set aside.
2. Remove cast iron front and carefully set aside.
3. Carefully remove glass door.
4. Remove the log shelf by removing the (2) screws securing the
log shelf to the wall.
5. Loosen the upper (2) screws of both air inlet holes.
6. Slide restrictor plates down over loosened screws. Tighten (4)
screws securely.
7. Modify log shelf by bending tab on front edge flat for LP or
down for Natural gas.
8. Replace log shelf carefully by replacing the (2) screws.
9. Carefully replace glass door.
10. Replace cast iron front.
11. Replace cast iron top.
12. Installation of restrictor plate is completed.
NAT
O
BEND 180 FOR NAT
Figure 8
Attention: Restrictor plates for Natural gas have diamond shaped
notches for mounting on screws. LP gas plates have square shaped
notches for mounting on screws. Be sure to use the proper restrictor
plate for the gas type.
LPG
Attention: See Page 30 to order restrictor plate.
BEND 90 FOR LPG
O
Figure 9
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ADJUSTING AIR SHUTTER
The air shutter has been factory set to the optimum performance
level for this appliance. LP air shutter is not adjustable.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
Remove cast iron top and carefully set aside.
Remove cast iron front and carefully set aside.
Carefully remove glass door. See Figure 10.
Carefully remove logs and set aside.
Remove the log shelf by removing the (2) screws securing the
log shelf to the rear wall. See Figure 11.
Remove the burner by removing the (2) screws at the front of
the burner as shown in figure 12.
Carefully remove the burner by lifting straight up.
Loosen the (2) nuts on the air shutter shown in figure 12 to
adjust the air shutter. Figure 13 call-out demonstrates the proper
locations for NAT gas. LP Air shutter is not adjustable.
Tighten the (2) nuts back down locking the air shutter in place.
Be sure that the air shutter is the same distance from the burner
orifice on both sides of the air shutter for proper burner fit
up.
Carefully replace the burner by dropping it down over the
orifice holder and air shutter lining up the front mounting holes
with the holes on the firebox.
Replace the (2) screws at the front of the burner shown in
figure 12.
Replace the log shelf by replacing the (2) screws securing the
log shelf to the rear wall. See Figure 11.
Replace logs. See page 21.
Carefully replace glass door.
Replace cast iron front.
Replace cast iron top.
Figure 11
Note: Be sure air shutter is adjusted and tightened evenly to
ensure proper fit, failure to evenly adjust air shutter can cause
improper combustion. Only a certified technician should adjust
the air shutter.
Figure 12
SHOWN WITH TOP & FRONT REMOVED
GLASS FRAME
ASSEMBLY
DIM. “A”
DIM. “A”
LATCH GLASS FRAME
WITH 2 GLASS FRAME
CLAMPS
Figure 10
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NAT
9/16”
LP
1”
LOOSEN (2) NUTS
Figure 13
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TERMINATION CLEARANCES
Termination clearance for buildings with combustible and noncombustible exteriors.
Figure 14
Vertical Sidewall Installations
Important! Minimum clearance between vent pipes and combustible
materials is one inch (1") (25 mm) on, bottom and sides and (2")
(51 mm) on top.
Important! When vent termination exits through foundation less
than 20" below siding outcrop, the vent pipe must flush up with the
siding. 48-DVA-HC termination cap must also be used.
Information on Various Venting Routes and Components
Important: It is always best to locate the appliance in such a way
that minimizes the number of offsets and horizontal vent length.
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Since it is very important that the venting system maintain its
balance between the combustion air intake and the flue gas exhaust,
certain limitations as to vent configurations apply and must be
strictly adhered to.
The graph showing the relationship between vertical and horizontal
side wall venting will help to determine the various vent lengths
allowable.
The horizontal vent run refers to the total length of vent pipe from
the vent elbow of the appliance to the face of the outer wall.
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VENT CLEARANCES
Figure 15
A=
*Clearance above grade, veranda, porch, deck or balcony
[*12 inches (304.8 mm) minimum]
B=
Clearance to window or door that may be opened [*9 inches
(228.6 mm) minimum for appliances < 50,000 Btuh
(14.6 kW)
C=
Clearance to permanently closed window [minimum
12 inches (304.8 mm) recommended to prevent condensation
on window]
D=
Vertical clearance to ventilated soffit located above the
terminal within a horizontal distance of 24 inches (609.6 mm)
from the top of the terminal
E =
Clearance to unventilated soffit [24 inches 609.6 mm)
minimum]
F =
Clearance to outside corner [12 inches (304.8 mm)
minimum]
G=
J =
Clearance to non-mechanical air supply inlet to building
or the combustion air inlet to any other appliance [*12
inches (304.8 mm) minimum for appliances ≤ 100,000 Btuh
(30 kW)
36 inches (914.4 mm) minimum for appliances >
100,000 Btuh (30 kW)]
K=
Clearance to a mechanical air supply inlet [* 6 feet (1.83 m)
minimum]
L =
†Clearance above paved sidewalk or a paved driveway
located on public property [*7 feet (2.13 m) minimum]
M=
Clearance under veranda, porch, deck, or balcony [*12 inches
(304.8 mm) minimum¥]
†
A vent shall not terminate directly above a sidewalk or
paved driveway which is located between two single family
dwellings and serves both dwellings*
Clearance to inside corner [9 inches (228.6 mm)
minimum]
¥
Only permitted if veranda, porch, deck, or balcony, is fully
open on a minimum of 2 sides beneath the floor*
H=
*Not to be installed above a meter/regulator assembly within
3 feet (914.4 mm) horizontally from the center-line of the
regulator
*
As specified in CGA B149 Installations Codes or ANSI
Z223.1. Note: Local Codes or Regulations may require
different clearances.
I =
Clearance to service regulator vent outlet [*6 feet (1.83 m)
minimum]
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VENT SYSTEM IDENTIFICATION
Installing Vent Components (Figure 16 and Figure 17)
Begin the vent system installation by installing the first Simpson
Duravent component, a straight pipe on the top of the appliance, or
rotate the vent elbow to the horizontal position then add horizontal
and vertical pipe lengths and then a horizontal or vertical termination
kit. Elbows can be added where necessary. See Pages 14 through
16 for venting requirements.
Simpson Duravent vent system components lock into place by
sliding the concentric pipe section with four (4) equally spaced
interior beads onto the appliance collar or previously installed
component end with four (4) equally spaced indented sections.
When the internal beads of each starting 6 5/8 inch outer pipe line
up, rotate pipe section clockwise 90° (approximately 3 inches).
The vent pipe is now locked together.
Continue adding components per the pre-planned vent system
configuration. Be certain that each succeeding vent component
is securely fitted and locked into the preceding component in the
vent system.
PART NAME
"A"
"B"
"C"
6" PIPE
6" (152 mm)
1 1/2" (38 mm)
4 1/2" (114 mm)
9" PIPE
9" (229 mm)
1 1/2" (38 mm)
7 1/2" (191 mm)
12" PIPE
12" (305 mm)
1 1/2" (38 mm)
10 1/2" (267 mm)
24" PIPE
24" (610 mm)
1 1/2" (38 mm)
22 1/2" (572 mm)
36" PIPE
36" (914 mm)
1 1/2" (38 mm)
34 1/2" (876 mm)
48" PIPE
48" (1.220 m)
1 1/2" (38 mm)
46 1/2" (1.18 m)
45° ELBOW
5 1/2" (140 mm)
1 1/2" (38 mm)
---
90° ELBOW
6 1/2" (165 mm)
1 1/2" (38 mm)
5" (127 mm)
Figure 17
WALL FIRESTOP
VERTICAL
TERMINATION
MAXIMUM OF
THREE 90° ELBOWS
HORIZONTAL
TERMINATION
MAXIMUM OF
TWO 90° ELBOWS
90° ELBOW
OR
45° ELBOW
STORM COLLAR
ROOF FLASHING
90° ELBOW
Special Venting Components (Simpson Duravent)
See Empire Comfort Systems Inc. Retail Price List for
Simpson Duravent part numbers and pricing.
CEILING FIRESTOP
WALL STRAP
PIPE LENGTH
(24” MINIMUM)
Figure 16
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FRAMING AND FINISHING
Installing Support Brackets (Figure 18)
A horizontal pipe support MUST BE used for each 3 feet of horizontal
run. The pipe supports should be placed around 6 5/8 inch diameter
pipe and nailed in place to framing members. There MUST BE a
2 inch clearance to combustibles above 6 5/8 inch diameter pipe and
elbows and 1 inch clearance on both sides and bottom of 6-5/8 inch
to combustibles on all horizontal pipe sections and elbows.
Vertical runs of this vent systems must be supported every 4 feet
above the appliance flue outlet by wall brackets attached to the
6 5/8 inch vent pipe and secured with nails or screws to structural
framing members.
PIPE STRAP
MINIMUM 1” (25.4mm)
CLEARANCE TO COMBUSTIBLE
CONSTRUCTION WITH
DOUBLE WALL VENT PIPE
48”
(1219mm)
STUD WALL
Figure 19
Vertical runs of this system which pass through ceilings require the
use of ONE (1) ceiling firestop at the hole in each ceiling through
which the vent passes.
Position a plumb bob directly over the center of the vertical vent
component and mark the ceiling to establish the center point of the
vent. Drill a hole or drive a nail through this center point and check
the floor above for any obstructions such as wiring or plumbing
runs. Reposition the appliance and vent system, if necessary, to
accommodate ceiling joists and/or obstructions.
Cut a 10 inch x 10 inch hole through the ceiling, using the center
point previously marked. Frame the hole with framing lumber the
same size as the ceiling joists. (See Figure 20) If the area above
the ceiling is NOT an attic, position and secure the ceiling firestop
(46DVA-FS) on the ceiling side of the previously cut and framed
hole. (See Figure 21) If the area above the ceiling IS an attic,
position and secure the firestop on top of the previously framed
hole. (See Figure 22)
NOTE: Remove insulation from the framed area in the attic before
installing the firestop and/or vent stop and/or vent pipes.
Figure 18
Installing Firestops (Figures 19, 20, 21 and 22)
Firestops are required for safety whenever the vent system passes
through an interior wall, an exterior wall, or a ceiling. These firestops
act as a firebreak heat shield and as a means to insure that minimum
clearances are maintained to the vent system.
Horizontal runs in the vent system which pass through either interior
or exterior walls, require the use of wall firestops on both sides of
the wall through which the vent passes.
Position the firestops on both sides of the 10 inch x 10 inch hole,
previously cut. Secure with nails or screws. Continue the vent run
through the firestops. (See Figure 19)
Figure 20
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FRAMING AND FINISHING (continued)
Figure 21
Figure 22
HORIZONTAL TERMINATION
Attach and secure the termination to the last section of horizontal
venting by sliding cap over the last section of horizontal venting
to ensure proper location.
NOTE: Termination cap should pass through the wall firestop
from the exterior of the building. Adjust the termination
cap to its final exterior position on the building.
WARNING: Termination cap must be positioned so that
the arrow is pointing up.
Using the termination cap in the center of the square hole, attach
the termination cap with the four wood screws provided. Before
attachment of the termination, run a bead of silicone sealant rated
above 250°F on its outside edge too, so as to make a seal to that
exterior wall.
NOTE: Wood screws can and should be replaced with appropriate
fasteners for use on stucco, brick, concrete or other types
of siding.
CAUTION: If exterior walls are finished with siding (vinyl,
aluminum, etc.), it is necessary to install the vinyl siding shield
(46DVA-VSS).
Vinyl siding shield (46DVA-VSS) will be installed between
the vent termination and the exterior wall. (See Figure 23) This
horizontal vent termination bolts onto the flat portion of the vinyl
siding standoff, so an air space will exist between the wall and the
termination cap.
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Figure 23
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VERTICAL TERMINATION
Vertical Terminations (Figures 24, 25, and 26)
Locate and mark the center point of the venting pipe. Using a nail
on the underside of the roof and drive this nail through this center
point. Make the outline of the roof hole around this center point.
NOTE: Size of the roof hole dimensions depend on the pitch of
the roof. There must be a 1 inch clearance (25 mm) to the
vertical pipe sections. This clearance is to all combustible
material.
Cover the opening of the vent pipe and cut and frame the roof hole.
Use framing lumber the same size as the roof rafters and install the
frame securely. Flashing anchored to frame must withstand high
winds. The storm collar is placed over this joint to make a watertight seal. Non-hardening sealant should be used to completely seal
this flashing installation.
Determining Minimum Vent Height Above the Roof.
WARNING: Major U.S. building codes specify minimum
chimney and/or vent height above the roof top. These minimum
heights are necessary in the interest of safety. These specifications
are summarized in Figure 24.
LISTED CAP
LOWEST DISCHARGE OPENING
LISTED GAS VENT
H (MINIMUM)
MINIMUM HEIGHT FROM
ROOF TO LOWEST
DISCHARGE OPENING
ROOF PITCH
FLAT TO 6/12
6/12 TO 7/12
OVER 7/12 TO 8/12
OVER 8/12 TO 9/12
OVER 9/12 TO 10/12
OVER 10/12 TO 11/12
OVER 11/12 TO 12/12
OVER 12/12 TO 14/12
OVER14/12 TO 16/12
OVER 16/12 TO 18/12
OVER 18/12 TO 20/12
OVER 20/12 TO 21/12
X
12
ROOF PITCH IS X/12
H (MINIMUM)
FEET
METER
1.0
0.30
1.25
0.38
1.5
0.46
2.0
0.61
2.5
0.76
3.25
0.99
4.0
1.22
5.0
1.52
6.0
1.83
7.0
2.13
7.5
2.27
8.0
2.44
When terminating the vent cap near an exterior wall or overhang,
maintain minimum clearances as shown in Figure 24.
General Maintenance
Conduct an inspection of the venting system semi-annually.
Recommended areas to inspect are as follows:
1. Check areas of the venting system which are exposed to the
elements for corrosion. These will appear as rust spots or
streaks and, in extreme cases, holes. These components should
immediately be replaced.
2. Remove the cap and shine a flashlight down the vent. Remove
any bird nests or other foreign material.
3. Check for evidence of excessive condensate, such as water
droplets forming in the inner liner and subsequently dripping
out at joints. Continue condensate 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.
Venting terminal shall not be recessed into a wall or siding.
A removable panel or other means must be provided in the enclosure
for visual inspection of the flue connection.
Installing the Vent System in a Chase
A chase is a vertical box like structure built to enclose the gas
appliance and/or it's vent system. Vertical vent runs on the outside
of a building may be, but are not required to be installed inside a
chase.
Figure 24
Note that for steep roof pitches, the vent height must be increased.
In high wind conditions, nearby trees, adjoining roof lines, steep
pitched roofs, and other similar factors can result in poor draft,
or down-drafting. In these cases, increasing the vent height may
solve this problem.
Figure 26
CAUTION: Treatment of firestop spacers and construction of
the chase may vary with the type of building. These instructions
are not substitutes for the requirements of local building
codes. Therefore, your local building codes must be checked
to determine the requirements for these steps.
Figure 25
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VERTICAL TERMINATION (continued)
NOTE: When installing this vent system in a chase, it is always
good building practice to insulate the chase as you would the
outside walls of your home. This is especially important for cold
climate installations. Upon completion of building your chase
framing, install the vent system by following the instructions in
this manual. Remember to build the chase large enough so that
minimum clearance of combustible materials (including insulation)
to the vent system are maintained.
Vertical Through the Roof Applications
Your Gas Fireplace has been approved for
a) Vertical installations up to 25 feet of vent run
b) Two sets of 45 degree elbow offsets within these vertical
installations. From 0 to a maximum of 8 feet a vent pipe can
be used between elbows.
c) Wall straps must be used to support offset pipe every 4 feet.
Installing Support Brackets
A horizontal pipe support MUST BE used for each 3 feet of horizontal
run. The pipe supports should be placed around 6 5/8 inch diameter
pipe and nailed in place to framing members. There MUST BE a 2
inch clearance to combustibles above 6 5/8 inch diameter pipe and
elbows and 1 inch clearance on both sides and bottom of 6 5/8 inch
to combustibles on all horizontal pipe sections and elbows.
Vertical runs of this vent systems must be supported every 4 feet
above the appliance flue outlet by wall brackets attached to the
6 5/8 inch vent pipe and secured with nails or screws to structural
framing members.
LISTED CAP
LISTED GAS VENT
This applications will require that you first determine the roof pitch
and use the appropriate venting components.
STORM COLLAR
Reassembly and Resealing Vent-Air Intake System
Attach vent pipe to appliance air drop with (4) 1/2" hex-head screws
in position, replace vertical and horizontal pipe lengths, elbows and
horizontal or vertical termination kit.
All vent system components lock into place by sliding the concentric
pipe section with four (4) equally spaced interior beads onto the
appliance collar or previously installed component end with four
(4) equally spaced indented sections. When the internal beads
of each starting 6 5/8 inch outer pipe line up, rotate pipe section
clockwise 90° (approximately 3 inches). The vent pipe is now
locked together.
ROOF FLASHING
CEILING FIRESTOP
27’ 4”
(8.33 M)
MAXIMUM
CEILING JOIST
Continue replacing components per the vent system configuration.
Be certain that each succeeding vent component is securely fitted
and locked into the preceding component in the vent system.
Figure 27
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LOG PLACEMENT
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
Remove cast iron top and carefully set aside.
Remove cast iron front and carefully set aside.
Lower valve cover on firebox.
Release two door latches at bottom of firebox.
Grasp bottom of glass frame, lift glass frame upward in order
to release glass frame from lip on top of firebox.
Remove logs from shipping crate. Remove all protective
packaging from logs and interior of firebox.
Place rear log onto two (2) pins on rear log support.
Place center left front log onto flat portion of left side of
burner.
Place right front log onto flat portion on right side of burner. Toe
of right front log should rest in groove on ember bed twig.
Place front left log chunk onto flat portion of burner on left
front side.
Place left twig onto left side pin on rear log with toe resting
on the groove in the left front log.
Place right twig onto right side pin on rear log with toe resting
all the way to the right on the right front log.
Align and place top of glass frame over lip on top of firebox.
Grasp bottom of glass frame, push inward and place glass
frame onto firebox.
Attach two door latches to bottom of firebox.
Log placement is completed.
LEFT TWIG
RIGHT TWIG
REAR LOG
FRONT
RIGHT LOG
CENTER
LEFT LOG
FRONT LEFT
LOG CHUNK
BURNER TOP
Figure 28
16. Install cast iron front.
17. Install cast iron top.
Refer to Figure 28 for the following warning.
Warning: Failure to position the parts in accordance with
this diagram or failure to use only parts specifically approved
with this appliance may result in property damage or personal
injury.
LEFT TWIG
REAR LOG
RIGHT TWIG
FRONT LEFT
LOG CHUNK CENTER
LEFT LOG
Log Placement - Top View
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FRONT
RIGHT LOG
LEFT TWIG
FRONT LEFT
LOG CHUNK
REAR LOG
RIGHT TWIG
CENTER
LEFT LOG
FRONT
RIGHT LOG
Log Placement - Front View
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OPERATING GUIDELINES
Before operating this heater, please review the safety warnings
pages at the beginning of this manual and those precautions and
warnings listed below.
1. Know what type of ignition system this model has (standing
pilot) and follow the applicable SAFETY and LIGHTING
instructions.
2. Check to ensure there are no gas leaks. If you are unsure, turn gas
off to the heater and call a service person or your gas utility.
CAUTION: Clothing or other flammable material should not
be placed on or near the appliance.
WARNING: Children and adults should be alerted to the
hazard 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.
3. Tampering is DANGEROUS and voids all warranties. Any
component that is found to be faulty, must be replaced with an
approved component.
Initial Lighting
Upon completing the gas line or turning the gas valve "ON" after it
has been in the "OFF" position, a small amount of air will be in the
lines. When first lighting the appliance, it will take a few minutes
for the lines to purge themselves of this air. Once the purging is
complete, the appliance will light and operate satisfactorily.
Standing Pilot Operation
1. Follow the SAFETY and LIGHTING INSTRUCTIONS for
standing pilot controls found in this manual and on labels found
attached to the appliance.
CAUTION: During the initial purging and subsequent lightings,
never allow the gas valve control knob to remain depressed in
the "pilot" position without pushing the piezo ignitor button
at least once every second.
2. During the heating season, leave the control valve knob in the
"ON" position. This will allow the pilot flame to remain lit. Turn
the burner flame on or off with the appliance REMOTE/OFF/ON
rocker switch, wall switch, remote control kits or 750 millivolt
wall thermostat.
NOTE: The gas control valve allows you to increase or decrease the
height of the main burner flame. The control valve has a pressure
regulator with a knob as shown in Figure 29. Rotate the knob
clockwise to "HI" to increase the flame height and counterclockwise
to "LO" to decrease the flame height.
3. When the heating season is over, turn the REMOTE/OFF/ON
switch to "OFF" and the control valve to "OFF". The system,
including the pilot light, will be shut down.
Subsequent lightings of the appliance will not require such purging
if the gas valve is not turned to "OFF."
Figure 29
Maximum and Minimum Input
The gas valve on the appliance allows the input to adjust between a
maximum input of 32,000 BTUh for natural gas and 30,000 BTUh
for LP gas to a minimum input of 22,400 BTUh for natural gas and
22,000 BTUh for LP gas. Consumer be advised, the maximum input
provides the greatest amount of yellow flame and ember glow on
the log set. The minimum input substantially decreases the yellow
flame and ember glow on the log set.
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LIGHTING INSTRUCTIONS
FOR YOUR SAFETY READ BEFORE LIGHTING
WARNING: If you do not follow these instructions exactly, a fire or explosion may result
causing property damage, personal injury or loss of life.
A. This appliance has a pilot which must be lighted by
hand. When lighting the pilot, follow these instructions
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 electrical switch;
do not use any phone in your building.
• Immediately call your gas supplier from a neighbor's
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.
LIGHTING INSTRUCTIONS
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
STOP! Read the safety information above.
Set the thermostat to lowest setting.
Turn off all electric power to the appliance (if applicable).
Lower valve cover.
Push in gas control knob slightly and turn clockwise
to "OFF."
Wait ten (10) minutes to clear out any gas. Then smell
for gas, including near the floor. If you smell gas, STOP!
Follow "B" in the safety
information above. If you
don't smell gas, go to the
next step.
Find pilot - The pilot is attached to the main burner
behind the front log.
8.
9.
Turn knob on gas control counterclockwise
to
"PILOT."
Push in gas control knob all the way and hold in. Repeatedly push the piezo ignitor button until pilot is lit. Continue
to hold the control knob in for about one (1) minute after
the pilot is lit. Release knob and it will pop back up. Pilot
should remain lit. If it goes out, repeat steps 5 through
9.
•
If knob does not pop up when released, stop and
immediately call your service technician or gas supplier.
•
If the pilot will not stay lit after several tries, turn
the gas control knob to "OFF" and call your service
technician or gas supplier.
10. Turn gas control knob counterclockwise
"ON".
to
11. Raise valve cover.
12. Turn on all electric power to the appliance (if applicable).
13. Set thermostat to desired setting.
TO TURN OFF GAS TO APPLIANCE
1.
2.
3.
Set the thermostat to lowest setting.
Turn off all electric power to appliance if service is to be
performed (if applicable).
Lower valve cover.
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4.
5.
Push in gas control knob slightly and turn clockwise
to "OFF". Do not force.
Raise valve cover.
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PILOT FLAME CHARACTERISTICS
Figure 30 shows a correct pilot flame pattern. The correct flame will
be blue and will extend beyond the thermocouple and thermopile.
The flame will surround the thermocouple and thermopile just below
the tip. A slight yellow flame may occur where the pilot flame and
main burner flame meet. The incorrect pilot flame is not touching
the thermocouple or thermopile. This will cause the thermocouple
or thermopile to cool. When the thermocouple cools, the heater
will shut down.
If pilot flame pattern is not correct, see Troubleshooting,
page 29.
Figure 30
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MAIN BURNER FLAME CHARACTERISTICS
Figure 31 shows a correct main burner flame pattern. Figure 32
shows an incorrect main burner flame pattern.
If main burner flame pattern is incorrect, as shown in Figure 32:
• See Troubleshooting, page 29.
Cleaning and Maintenance / Main Burner
Warning: Turn off heater and let cool before cleaning.
After use, cleaning of the main burner may be required for the proper
flame. The main burner may be cleaned by applying pressurized
air to the ports on the main burner.
Cleaning the Log Set and Firebox
Do NOT handle these logs with your bare hands. Always wear
gloves to prevent skin irritation. During the annual inspection and
maintenance appointment, the service person should clean dust, lint,
and any light accumulation from the logs and the firebox area. An
extra-soft brush should be used on the logs as they are extremely
fragile; a vacuum cleaner may be used on the firebox. If at any time
the logs cannot be removed or installed without forcing, the cause
must be found. The logs must never be forced.
CAUTION: The ceramic logs are durable when handled and
installed properly. However, they are delicate and may be damaged
easily if not handled with care. Handling damage to the ceramic
logs is not covered by warranty.
DO NOT HANDLE LOGS WHILE THEY ARE HOT. ALLOW
PLENTY OF TIME FOR THE APPLIANCE TO COOL
COMPLETELY BEFORE HANDLING.
YELLOW
FLAMES
PLEASE NOTE
It is normal for appliances fabricated of steel to give off
some expansion and/or contraction noised during the start
up or cool down cycle. Similar noises are found with your
furnace heat exchanger or car engine.
Correct Main Burner Flame
Figure 31
BLUE
FLAMES
Incorrect Main Burner Flame
Figure 32
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WIRING
DVP30C ON/OFF/REMOTE Switch
DVP30C is equipped with an ON/OFF/REMOTE switch which
is located on the wire channel located on the top, left side of
the stove. A wire harness is attached to the ON/OFF/REMOTE
switch. The red, black and green (wires) female push-ons attach
to the ON/OFF/REMOTE switch. At the opposite end of the wire
harness, the black and green (wires) female push-ons attach to the
gas valve. An additional green wire and the red wire, which are
stripped and bare, will attach to the 750 millivolt wall thermostat
accessory, or, to one of the other accessories that can be purchased
for use with your log set.
Operation of ON/OFF/REMOTE Switch with no Accessories
To ignite main burner, turn the control knob on the gas valve from
the PILOT position to the ON position. Turn the ON/OFF/REMOTE
switch from the OFF position to the ON position. The additional green
wire and red wire, which are stripped and bare are not used.
Operation of ON/OFF/REMOTE Switch with Accessories
750 Millivolt Wall Thermostat
Connect the green and red, stripped and bare, wires on the ON/
OFF/REMOTE switch wire harness to the wall thermostat. Turn the
ON/OFF/REMOTE switch on the wire channel to the REMOTE
position. Set the wall thermostat to the desired temperature.
It is important to use wire of a gauge proper for the length of the
wire:
RECOMMENDED WIRE GAUGES
Maximum
Wire
Length
Gauge
1' to 10'
18
10' to 25'
16
25' to 35'
14
Wall Switch, FWS
Connect the green and red, stripped and bare, wires on the ON/
OFF/REMOTE switch wire harness to the wall switch. Turn the
ON/OFF/REMOTE switch on the wire channel to the REMOTE
position. Pivot the rocker switch on the FWS to the ON position.
Battery Operated Remote Control, FRBC, FRBTP,
TRW, and FRBTC
Connect the green and red, stripped and bare, wires on the ON/
OFF/REMOTE switch wire harness to the remote receiver that is a
component in the FRBC and FRBTC. Turn the ON/OFF/REMOTE
switch on the wire channel to the REMOTE position. Follow
instructions in the FRBC and FRBTC to complete installation.
desired, turn the ON/OFF/REMOTE switch on wire channel from
the REMOTE position to the ON position.
1. Connect (1) wire from the 750 millivolt wall thermostat and (1)
wire from appropriate accessory to the GREEN, stripped and
bare wire from the ON/OFF/REMOTE wire harness.
2. Connect (1) wire from the 750 millivolt wall thermostat and (1)
wire from appropriate accessory to the RED, stripped and bare
wire from the ON/OFF/REMOTE wire harness.
Note: When the appliance is in the MANUAL mode and the
batteries fail in the FRBC or if the electric (120 volt) fails in the
FREC, and immediate heat is desired, turn the ON/OFF/REMOTE
switch on wire channel from the REMOTE position to the ON
position.
Manual Operation
1. Turn ON/OFF/REMOTE switch on wire channel to REMOTE
position.
2. Turn wall thermostat OFF.
3. Turn accessory, FRBC, FREC, FRBTP, TRW, FRBTC, or FWS,
ON. Appliance is now in the manual mode. You must turn the
appliance ON or OFF with appropriate accessory.
Wall Thermostat Operation
1. Turn the ON/OFF/REMOTE switch on wire channel to REMOTE
position.
2. Turn accessory, FRBC, FREC, FRBTP, TRW, FRBTL-1, or
FWS, OFF.
3. Turn wall thermostat ON and set appropriate temperature. Wall
thermostat will cycle the appliance ON and OFF.
Installation of Remote Receiver (Figure 33)
1. Attach, from left to right, the slide-on cover plate onto the remote
receiver. ON will be to the top and OFF will be to the bottom
on the slide-on cover plate.
2. Push the receiver slide button onto the receiver slide switch.
Reverse installation of the slide button if it is off center.
3. Attach Velcro loop on the left side of the valve cover support.
4. Attach Velcro hook onto remote receiver. The word TOP on
the remote receiver should be to the top when installed onto
valve cover support.
5. Attach Velcro hook on remote receiver onto Velcro loop on
valve cover support.
Refer to remote control installation and operating instructions for
more details on remote control.
Note: If batteries fail in FRBC or FRBTC, and immediate heat is
desired, turn the ON/OFF/REMOTE switch on wire channel from
the REMOTE position to the ON position.
Electric (120 volt) Operated Remote Control, FREC
Connect the green and red, stripped and bare, wires on the ON/OFF/
REMOTE switch wire harness to the wires on remote receiver that
is a component in the FREC. Turn the ON/OFF/REMOTE switch
on the wire channel to the REMOTE position. Follow instructions
in the FREC to complete installation.
Note: If electric (120 volt) fails in FREC, and immediate heat is
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REMOTE
RECEIVER
ATTACH VELCRO TO
VALVE COVER BRACKET
Figure 33
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Wiring Diagram
Figure 34
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MAINTENANCE
A qualified service person recommended by your Empire dealer should
conduct an annual inspection and maintenance of the appliance, its venting,
and the installation to keep it running safely and efficiently. The following procedures should be performed only by a qualified service person.
The gas supply should be turned off whenever a maintenance procedure
is performed.
15. Replace casting top onto casting.
16. Replacement of glass assembly is completed.
SHOWN WITH TOP & FRONT REMOVED
If the glass front, relief doors, or front access door are removed for servicing, they must be replaced prior to operating the appliance.
Glass Cleaning
It will be necessary to clean the glass periodically. During start-up
condensation, which is normal, forms on the inside of the glass and causes
lint, dust and other airborne particles to cling to the glass surface. Also
initial paint curing may deposit a slight film on the glass. It is therefore
recommended that the glass be cleaned two or three times with a nonabrasive household cleaner and warm water (we recommend gas fireplace
glass cleaner). We do not recommend using packaged spray type household
glass cleaner. After that the glass should be cleaned two or three times
during each heating season depending on the circumstances present.
GLASS FRAME
ASSEMBLY
General Glass Information
Only glass approved for use in Empire Comfort Systems Inc. fireplaces
may be used for replacement. The glass replacement should be done by a
licensed or qualified service person.
WARNING:
1. The use of substitute glass will void all product warranties.
2. Care must be taken to avoid breakage of the glass.
3. Under no circumstances should this appliance be operated without
the glass front or with a broken glass front. Replacement of the glass
(with gasket) as supplied by the manufacturer should be done by a
qualified service person.
4. Do not abuse the glass by striking or hitting the glass.
WARNING: Do not use abrasive cleaners on glass. Do not attempt to
clean glass when glass is hot.
Failure to follow these warnings could cause a serious safety issue to the
operator, such as fire or other serious conditions.
Glass Assembly Replacement
1. Remove casting top from casting.
2. Remove casting front from casting.
3. Lower valve cover on firebox.
4. Release two door latches at bottom of firebox.
5. Grasp bottom of glass frame, lift glass frame upward in order to
release glass frame from lip on top of firebox.
6. Place glass frame assembly on a non-abrasive surface. The exterior
of the glass frame assembly should be facing the non-abrasive
surface.
7. Insert a putty knife between glass and bottom corners on frame.
Carefully separate glass from frame.
8. Use putty knife to remove silicone and gasket material from frame.
Surface of frame must be clean and dry.
9. At each corner of frame apply (2) three inch beads of high temperate
(orange) silicone.
10. With thin gasket on glass facing silicone on frame, insert glass into
frame. Carefully press the glass onto frame in order to have contact
between glass and silicone.
11. Allow silicone to set-up for an adequate time
12. Align and place top of glass frame over lip on top of firebox. Grasp
bottom of glass frame, push inward and place glass frame onto
firebox.
13. Attach two door latches to bottom of firebox.
14. Replace casting front onto casting.
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LATCH GLASS FRAME
WITH 2 GLASS FRAME
CLAMPS
Figure 35
IMPORTANT: Turn off gas before servicing appliance. It is recommended
that a competent service technician perform these check-ups at the beginning
of each heating season.
•
•
•
DO NOT put anything around the heater that will obstruct the
flow of combustion and ventilation air. See clearances.
DO examine venting system periodically. Clean and replace
damaged parts. Examinations should be made at the start of the
heating season and also in mid heating season under average
conditions.
Clean Burner and Control Compartment
Keep the control compartment, logs, and burner areas surrounding
the logs clean by vacuuming or brushing at least twice a year.
Cleaning Procedure
1. Let the unit cool if it has been operating.
2. Shut off gas supply.
3. Lower valve cover on firebox.
4. Release two door latches at bottom of firebox.
5. Grasp bottom of glass frame, lift glass frame upward in order to
release glass frame from lip on top of firebox.
6. Vacuum burner compartment especially around orifice/primary air
openings.
7. Align and place top of glass frame over lip on top of firebox. Grasp
bottom of glass frame, push inward and place glass frame onto
firebox.
8. Attach two door latches to bottom of firebox.
9. Ignite pilot. (See Lighting Instructions, Page 23)
10. Operate the main burner and visually check to make sure the flame
pattern appears similar to the pictorial illustration shown for Main
Burner Flame Characteristics, Figure 31. If it appears abnormal
call a service person.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
With proper installation and maintenance, your new Direct Vent Fireplace should provide years of trouble-free service. If you do
experience a problem, refer to the Trouble Shooting Guide below. This guide will assist a qualified service person in the diagnosis
of problems and the corrective action to be taken.
1.
2.
3.
Spark ignitor will not light pilot after repeated depressing
of piezo ignitor button.
a. Defective ignitor (no spark at electrode) - Check for spark
at electrode and pilot; if no spark and electrode wire is
properly connected, replace ignitor.
b. No gas or low gas pressure.
- Check remote shut off valves from fireplace. Usually there
is a valve near the main. There can be more than one (1)
valve between the fireplace and main.
- Low pressure can be caused by a variety of situations
such as a bent line, too narrow diameter of pipe, or low
line pressure. Consult with plumber of gas supplier.
c. No LP in tank.
- Check LP (propane) tank. Refill tank.
Pilot will not stay lit after carefully following lighting
instructions.
a. Defective thermocouple.
- Check that pilot flame impinges on thermocouple. Clean
and/or adjust pilot for maximum flame impingement.
- Ensure that the thermocouple connection at the gas valve
is fully inserted and tight (hand tight plus 1/4 turn) faulty
thermopile if reading is below specified minimum.
- Disconnect the thermocouple from the valve, place one
millivolt meter lead wire on the tip of the thermocouple and
the other meter lead wire on the thermocouple copper lead.
Start the pilot and hold the valve knob in. If the millivolt
reading is less than 15 MV, replace the thermocouple.
b. Defective valve.
- If thermocouple is producing more than 15 millivolts,
replace faulty valve
Pilot burning, no gas to burner, valve knob "ON", on/off
switch "ON."
a. "On/Off" switch, wall switch, or wires defective.
- Check "on/off" switch and wires for proper connections.
Place jumper wires across terminal at switch - if burner
comes on, replace defective switch. If OK, place jumper
wires across switch wires at gas valve-if burner comes on,
wires are faulty or connections are bad.
b. Thermopile may not be generating sufficient millivoltage.
- If the pilot flame is not close enough physically to the
thermopile, adjust the pilot flame.
- Be sure the wire connections from the thermopile at the
gas valve terminals are tight and the thermopile is fully
inserted into the pilot bracket.
- Check the thermopile with a millivolt meter. Take the
reading at TH-TP & TP terminals of the gas valve. The
meter should read 325 millivolts minimum, while holding
the valve knob depressed to the pilot position, with the pilot
lit, and the ON/OFF switch in the OFF position. Replace
the faulty thermopile if the reading is below the specified
minimum.
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4.
5.
6.
7.
-With the pilot in the ON position, disconnect the thermopile
leads from the valve. Take a reading at the thermopile leads.
The reading should be 325 millivolts minimum. Replace
the thermopile if the reading is below the minimum.
c. Defective valve.
- Turn valve knob to "ON." Place ON/OFF switch to
"ON." Check with millivolt meter at thermopile terminals.
Millivolt meter should read greater than 100 M.V. If the
reading is okay and the burner does not come, replace the
gas valve.
d. Plugged main burner orifice.
- Check main burner orifice for blockage, clean main burner
orifice.
Frequent pilot outage problem.
a. Pilot flame may be too high or too low, or blowing (high),
causing pilot safety to drop out.
- Clean and adjust flame for maximum flame impingement on
the thermocouple. Follow lighting instructions carefully.
The pilot and main burner extinguish while in operation.
a. No LP (Propane) in tank.
- Check LP (Propane) tank. Refill fuel tank.
b. Inner vent pipe leaking exhaust gases back into system.
- Check for leaks.
c. Glass too loose, gasket leaks in corners after usage.
- Be certain glass assembly is installed correctly and tighten
corner.
d. Horizontal vent improperly pitched.
- The horizontal vent cap should slope down only enough
to prevent any water from entering the unit. The maximum
downwards slope is 1/4 inch.
e. Bad thermopile or thermocouple.
- Replace if necessary.
f. Improper vent cap installation.
- Check for proper installation and freedom from debris or
blockage.
Glass soots.
a. Flame impingement on logs.
- Adjust the log set so that the flame does not excessively
impinge on it.
Flame lifts off main burner.
a. Insufficient oxygen being supplied.
- Check to make sure vent cap is installed properly and free
of debris. Make sure that vent system joints are tight and
have no leaks.
- Check to make sure that no material has been placed at
the burner base.
- Be sure glass is tightened properly on unit, particularly
on top corners.
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PARTS LIST
PLEASE NOTE: When ordering parts, it is very important that part number and description of part coincide.
INDEX
NUMBER
PART
NUMBER
1
R-9672
INLET VENT COLLAR
26
11269
GAS LINE BRACKET
2
M-178
INLET COLLAR GASKET
27
M-157
SILICONE RUBBER GASKET
3
17155
FLUE OUTLET ASSEMBLY
28
DVF-039
4
M-163
FLUE OUTLET GASKET (3 REQUIRED)
29
R-4053
DOOR CLAMP (2 REQUIRED)
5
24176
AIR DROP ASSEMBLY
30
15490
VALVE BRACKET
6
R-9678
AIR DROP ASSEMBLY TRANSITION
GASKET
31
24024
TUBING ASSEMBLY (VALVE TO
BURNER)
7
24015
AIR DROP TRANSITION
32
R-2423
5/16 MALE CONNECTOR
8
R-9679
FIREBOX TRANSITION GASKET
33
R-3318
VALVE - NAT
9
17379
BLOW PLATE BRACKET (2 REQUIRED)
33
R-3319
VALVE - LPG
10
24398
BLOW PLATE ASSEMBLY
34
24203
TUBING ASSEMBLY (VALVE TO PILOT)
11
23937
FIREBOX TOP
35
R-9760
PIEZO IGNITER
12
24173
FLUE RESTRICTOR
36
15516
VALVE COVER ASSEMBLY
13
24018
FIREBOX WALLS
37
R-9616
LOG - CHUNK
14
24017
REAR LOG SUPPORT
38
R-9615
FRONT LEFT LG
15
24185
GLASS FRAME ASSEMBLY
39
R-9613
REAR LOG SUPPORT
16
R-5143
PILOT ASSEMBLY - NAT
40
R-9618
LOG - LEFT TWIG
16
R-5144
PILOT ASSEMBLY - LPG
41
R-9617
LOG - RIGHT TWIG
17
15512
PILOT BRACKET
42
R-9614
FRONT RIGHT LOG
18
24180
BURNER ASSEMBLY
43
24025
REAR COVER - RIGHT
19
P-253
ORIFICE ANGLED FITTING
44
24026
REAR COVER - LEFT
20
24429
ORIFICE HOLDER BRACKET
45
24209
WIRE CHANNEL - RIGHT
21
R-7572
JAMB NUT
46
24554
WIRE CHANNEL - LEFT
22
P-244
ORIFICE #33 - NAT
47
R-3436
REMOTE/OFF/ON SWITCH
22
P-185
ORIFICE #52 - LPG
NOT SHOWN
R-9698
WIRE ASSEMBLY
23
24430
AIR SHUTTER BRACKET - NAT
NOT SHOWN
24187
23
24215
AIR SHUTTER BRACKET - LPG
AIR RESTRICTOR INLET - LPG (2
REQUIRED)
24
23939
FIREBOX BOTTOM
NOT SHOWN
24206
25
M-174
GASKET
AIR RESTRICTOR INLET - NAT (2
REQUIRED)
DESCRIPTION
INDEX
NUMBER
PART
NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
SEAL BRACKET
USE ONLY MANUFACTURER'S REPLACEMENT PARTS. USE OF ANY OTHER PARTS COULD CAUSE INJURY OR DEATH.
HOW TO ORDER REPAIR PARTS
Parts can be ordered only through your service person or dealer. For best results, the service person or dealer should order parts through
the distributor. Parts can be shipped directly to the service person/dealer.
All parts listed in the Parts List have a Part Number. When ordering parts, first obtain the Model Number from the name plate on your
equipment. Then determine the Part Number (not the Index Number) and the Description of each part from the following appropriate
illustration and list. Be sure to give all this information.
Heater Model Number
Heater Serial Number
Part Number
Part Description
Type of Gas (Propane or Natural)
Do not order bolts, screws, washers or nuts. They are standard hardware items and can be purchased at any local hardware store.
Shipments contingent upon strikes, fires and all causes beyond our control.
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Empire Comfort Systems, Inc. Nine Eighteen Freeburg Ave. Belleville, Illinois 62222-0529
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PARTS VIEW
1
2
10
9
9
3
4
5
11
6
7
12
8
4
13
4
14
15
17
16
18
46
40
21 22
47
23
20
24
19
45
39
42
27
25
28
26
38
43
37
29
29
44
30
34
41
31
33
32
35
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CASTING PARTS LIST
PLEASE NOTE: When ordering parts, it is very important that part number and description of part coincide.
INDEX NO.
PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
INDEX NO.
PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
PORCELAIN BLACK
COMMON PARTS
10
R-9671
INSERT TAB (4 REQUIRED)
1
R-9570
TOP INSERT - RIGHT
NOT SHOWN
R-9669
HINGE PIN (4 REQUIRED)
2
R-9569
TOP INSERT - LEFT
NOT SHOWN
R-9670
BOLT, 1/4-20 X 1/2” (24
REQUIRED)
3
R-9568
CASTING TOP
4
R-9681
CASTING FRONT
5
R-9567
CASTING SIDE - RIGHT
6
R-9566
CASTING SIDE - LEFT
7
R-9683
CASTING DOOR - RIGHT
8
R-9682
CASTING DOOR - LEFT
9
24191
FIREBOX SUPPORT BRACKET
(2 REQUIRED)
MATTE BLACK
1
R-9538
TOP INSERT - RIGHT
2
R-9537
TOP INSERT - LEFT
3
R-9536
CASTING TOP
4
R-9666
CASTING FRONT
5
R-9535
CASTING SIDE - RIGHT
6
R-9534
CASTING SIDE - LEFT
11
R-9565
CASTING LEG B
7
R-9668
CASTING DOOR - RIGHT
12
R-9564
CASTING LEG A
PORCELAIN SAND
8
R-9667
CASTING DOOR - LEFT
9
24042
FIREBOX SUPPORT BRACKET
(2 REQUIRED)
1
R-9586
TOP INSERT - RIGHT
11
R-9533
CASTING LEG B
2
R-9585
TOP INSERT - LEFT
12
R-9532
CASTING LEG A
3
R-9584
CASTING TOP
4
R-9700
CASTING FRONT
5
R-9583
CASTING SIDE - RIGHT
6
R-9582
CASTING SIDE - LEFT
7
R-9702
CASTING DOOR - RIGHT
8
R-9701
CASTING DOOR - LEFT
9
24191
FIREBOX SUPPORT BRACKET
(2 REQUIRED)
MATTE PEWTER
1
R-9554
TOP INSERT - RIGHT
2
R-9553
TOP INSERT - LEFT
3
R-9552
CASTING TOP
4
R-9693
CASTING FRONT
5
R-9551
CASTING SIDE - RIGHT
6
R-9550
CASTING SIDE - LEFT
11
R-9581
CASTING LEG B
7
R-9695
CASTING DOOR - RIGHT
12
R-9580
CASTING LEG A
8
R-9694
CASTING DOOR - LEFT
PORCELAIN MAHOGANY
9
24042
FIREBOX SUPPORT BRACKET
(2 REQUIRED)
1
R-9602
TOP INSERT - RIGHT
11
R-9549
CASTING LEG B
2
R-9601
TOP INSERT - LEFT
12
R-9548
CASTING LEG A
3
R-9600
CASTING TOP
4
R-9707
CASTING FRONT
5
R-9599
CASTING SIDE - RIGHT
6
R-9598
CASTING SIDE - LEFT
7
R-9709
CASTING DOOR - RIGHT
8
R-9708
CASTING DOOR - LEFT
9
24191
FIREBOX SUPPORT BRACKET
(2 REQUIRED)
11
R-9597
CASTING LEG B
12
R-9596
CASTING LEG A
USE ONLY MANUFACTURER'S REPLACEMENT PARTS. USE OF ANY OTHER PARTS COULD CAUSE INJURY OR DEATH.
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CASTING PARTS VIEW
1
2
3
10
5
10
4
9
6
10
9
10
11
8
7
12
11
12
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ACCESSORY SIDE SHELVES INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
Installing Accessory Side Shelves:
1. Remove cast iron or stone inlay inserts from casting top and
carefully set them aside.
2. Remove cast iron top from stove and place upside down on a
flat, soft smooth surface to avoid damage.
3. Remove (4) ¼-20 hex head bolts from the outer edges of cast
iron top.
4. Place left and right side shelves in place shown in Figure 36.
5. Replace (4) ¼-20 hex head bolts to attach side shelves to
cast iron top, be sure shelf is tight to casting top before fully
tightening bolts.
6. Remove (8) ¼-20 hex head bolts from side shelves.
7. Replace cast iron top on unit.
8. Attach side shelf supports one at a time, using (2) ¼-20 hex
head bolts per support, sliding support flush to casting before
fully tightening bolts as shown in Figure 37.
9. Replace cast iron or stone inlay inserts into casting top.
Note: Be sure to remove side shelf supports prior to removing
cast iron top to eliminate potential scratching or chipping to the
cast iron sides.
Note: Due to inherent properties of the casting process, non-combustible shims may be required to level accessory side shelves to
the casting top. These shims are provided in the form of washers
to be used on either side of the bolts. See Figure 36. If accessory
shelf angles downward, toward the floor, washer(s) will need to be
added to the center side of the bolt. Conversley, if the accessory
side shelf angles upward, toward the ceiling, washer(s) will need
to be added to the outside of the top casting side of the bolt. See
Figure 39.
Figure 37
BOTTOM VIEW
Figure 38
WASHER PLACEMENT
(OUTSIDE OF TOP
CASTING SIDE BOLT)
Figure 36
WASHER PLACEMENT
(CENTER SIDE OF BOLT)
BOTTOM VIEW
Figure 39
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OPTIONAL BLOWER INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
Installing Optional CIB-3 Blower
1. Loosen, but do not remove, four (4) hex-head screws located
on the exterior, bottom of the appliance.
2. Position the blower assembly at the rear of the appliance. The
blower assembly has four (4) keyholes for attachment to the
exterior, bottom of the appliance.
3. Place the large diameter holes in the keyholes over and behind
the four (4) hex-head screws that were loosened in Step 1.
Push inward on the blower assembly to lock the keyholes into
position behind the screws. Tighten four (4) hex-head screws to
secure blower assembly to exterior, bottom of the appliance.
4. Remove wire channel-left from appliance by removing (2) 10
x 1/2" screws on left side of the appliance.
5. Bend the fan control tab, located on the right side of the back
of the unit, inward toward the unit. See Figure 40. Be sure tab
is bent at lest 90 degrees to allow fan control bracket to slide
into slot.
6. Route fan control wires through rectangular notch on wire
channel - left.
7. Attach 1/4" push-on terminal from blue wire on the fan control
to the AUTO (top) tab on the switch.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
Attach 1/4" push-on terminal from black wire to the OFF
(middle) tab on the switch.
Attach 1/4" push-on terminal from white wire on the fan control
to the ON (bottom) tab on the switch.
Insert AUTO/OFF/ON switch into rectangular notch on wire
channel - left..
Attach fan control wires to fan control.
Attach fan control with bracket onto rear cover with
two (2) 10 x 1/2" screws provided in hardware package.
Route wires from fan control and ON/OFF/REMOTE switch
within wire channel.
Attach wire channel to channel divider with two (2) 10 x 1/2"
screws from Step 4.
Installation of optional CIB-3 blower is completed.
Fan Control
The fan control is a non-adjustable automatic type The fan control
will require between 5 and 10 minutes of main burner operation
before the fan control "closes" and activates the blower. The blower
will continue to run between 5 and 10 minutes after the main
burner shuts off, before the fan control "opens" and deactivates
the blower.
AUTO/OFF/ON SWITCH
FAN CONTROL
BLOWER ASSEMBLY
Figure 40
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Cleaning
The blower wheel will collect lint and could require cleaning once
a year. If the air output decreases or the noise level increases, it
indicates a dirty wheel.
CAUTION: Label all wires prior to disconnection when servicing
controls. Wiring errors can cause improper and dangerous
operation. Verify proper operation after servicing.
Blower Motor
The blower motor does not have oiling holes. Do not attempt to
oil blower motor.
Wiring
The appliance, when installed, must be electrically grounded in
accordance with local codes or, in the absence of local codes, with
the National Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA 70 or Canadian Electrical
Code, CSA C22.1, if an external electrical source is utilized. This
appliance is equipped with a three-prong [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. For an
ungrounded receptacle, an adapter, which has two prongs and a
wire for grounding, can be purchased, plugged into the ungrounded
receptacle and its wire connected to the receptacle mounting screws.
With this wire completing the ground, the appliance cord plug can
be plugged into the adapter and be electrically grounded.
WARNING:
Unplugging of blower accessory will not stop the heater
from cycling. To shut heater off: Turn temperature dial or
thermostat to lowest setting. Turn knob on gas control to
"OFF," depressing slightly. Do not force.
7
6
8
9
10
5
4
11
2
3
1
PARTS LIST
Figure 41
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INDEX
NUMBER
PART
NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
1
R-1454
BRASS BUSHING
2
R-1499
RUBBER GROMMET
3
24231
BLOWER HOUSING
4
R-1410
STRAIN RELIEF BUSHING
5
R-9927
BLOWER ASSEMBLY
6
24225
BLOWER COVER
7
R-6159
CORD SET
8
R-9699
WIRE HARNESS
9
R-2503
FAN CONTROL
10
24222
FAN CONTROL BRACKET
11
R-2805
AUTO OFF/ON SWITCH
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HOW TO ORDER REPAIR PARTS
Parts can be ordered only through your service person or dealer. For best results, the service person or dealer should order parts through
the distributor. Parts can be shipped directly to the service person/dealer.
All parts listed in the Parts List have a Part Number. When ordering parts, first obtain the Model Number from the name plate on your
equipment. Then determine the Part Number (not the Index Number) and the Description of each part from the following appropriate
illustration and list. Be sure to give all this information.
Stove Model Number
Stove Serial Number
Part Number
Part Description
Type of Gas (Propane or Natural)
Do not order bolts, screws, washers or nuts. They are standard hardware items and can be purchased at any local hardware store.
Shipments contingent upon strikes, fires and all causes beyond our control.
Empire Comfort Systems Inc. Nine Eighteen Freeburg Ave. Belleville, Illinois 62222-0529
SERVICE NOTES
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SERVICE NOTES
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Empire Comfort Systems
918 Freeburg Avenue
Belleville, Illinois 62220-2623
EMPIRE
Web Site: www.empirecomfort.com
Comfort Systems
The Heritage Cast Iron Stoves
Models:
GAS-FIRED
DVP30CA30B, DVP30CA30F, DVP30CA30S, DVP30CA30W
DVP30CB30B, DVP30CB30F, DVP30CB30S, DVP30CB30W
Specifications
Model
DVP30C(A,B)30(B,F,S,W)
LP
Input
NAT
BTU/HR (KW/H) Maximum
30,000 (9.3)
32,000 (9.3)
BTU/HR (KW/H) Minimum
22,000 (5.9)
22,400 (6.5)
Height
27 3/4” (705 mm)
Width
28 1/16" (713 mm)
Depth
17 3/8" (442 mm)
Gas Inlet (Pipe)
1/2" (13 mm)
CLEARANCES
In selecting a location for installation, it is necessary to provide adequate accessibility clearances for servicing and proper operation.
Locating and Venting the Direct Vent Fireplace
Clearances: When facing the front of the direct vent fireplace the minimum clearances to combustible construction (material) are
the following:
Top of appliance (ceiling)
Rear Wall
Side Wall
36 (inches)
1 (inches)
6 (inches)
Heater Corners (45° angle) to Wall 4 (inches)
Floor
0 (inches)
Installation on Rugs and Tile
This appliance must be installed on a flat, solid, continuous surface (e.g. wood, metal, concrete). This may be the floor, or it may
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 as the appliance's base extends the width and depth of the appliance.
4” (102mm) HEATER CORNERS TO SIDE WALL
10”
(254mm)
36” (915mm) TO CEILING OR
HORIZONTAL PROJECTION
ABOVE APPLIANCE
6” (153mm) TO
COMBUSTIBLE
MATERIAL
10”
(254mm)
6” (153mm)
TO SIDE WALL
4”
(102mm)
NOTE: HEATER INSTALLED AT 45° ANGLE IN CORNER
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1” (25.4mm)
TO COMBUSTIBLE MATERIAL
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EMPIRE
Comfort Systems
Empire Comfort Systems Inc.
918 Freeburg Ave. Belleville, IL 62220
If you have a general question about our products, please e-mail us at
info@empirecomfort.com.
If you have a service or repair question, please contact your dealer.
www.empirecomfort.com
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