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Owners &
Installation
Manual
PG33 Gas Inbuilt
LISTINGS AND CODE APPROVALS
These gas appliances have been tested
in accordance with AS4533-2000, NZS
5262 and have been certified by the
Australian Gas Association for installation and operation as described in these
Installation and Operating Instructions.
Your unit should be serviced annually by an authorised service person.
Models:
PG33-NG
PG33-LPG
PLEASE KEEP THESE INSTRUCTIONS
FOR FUTURE REFERENCE
WARNING:
Improper installation, adjustment, alteration, service or maintenance can cause
injury or property damage. Refer to this
manual. For assistance or additional information consult an authorised installer,
service agency or the gas supplier.
FOR YOUR SAFETY
Do not store or use gasoline or other flammable vapours and liquids in the vicinity of
this or any other appliance.
Installation and service must be performed
by an authorised installer, service agency or
the gas supplier.
918-649b
FOR YOUR SAFETY
What to do if you smell gas:
Do not try to light any appliance
Do not touch any electrical switch: do not use any
phone in your building.
Immediately call your gas
supplier from a neighbour's
phone. Follow the gas supplier's instructions.
If you cannot reach your
gas supplier, call the fire
department.
01/09/14
TO THE NEW OWNER:
Congratulations!
You are the owner of a state-of-the-art Gas Stove by FPI FIREPLACE PRODUCTS INTERNATIONAL. The
PG33 has been designed to provide you with all the warmth and charm of a wood fireplace. The model
PG33 has been approved by the Australian Gas Association for both safety and efficiency. As it also bears
our own mark, it promises to provide you with economy, comfort and security for many trouble free years
to follow. Please take a moment now to acquaint yourself with these instructions and the many features of
your Regency Fireplace.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
SAFETY LABEL
Safety Label................................................................ 4
INSTALLATION
Important Message ..................................................... 5
Before You Start ......................................................... 5
General Safety Information......................................... 5
Manufactured Home Additional Requirements ........... 5
Installation Checklist ................................................... 6
Unit Dimensions ......................................................... 6
Locating Your Gas Stove ............................................ 6
Clearances ................................................................. 7
Combustible Mantel Clearances................................. 7
Mantel Leg Clearances............................................... 7
Framing and Finishing ................................................ 8
Unit Assembly Prior to Installation .............................. 9
Flueing Introduction .................................................... 9
Exterior Flue Termination Locations ......................... 10
Flueing - Regency Direct Flue System (Flex)
Horizontal Terminations only .....................................11
Flueing - Installation of Regency Direct Flue
System (Flex) ..................................................... 12
Flueing - Simpson Dura-Flue System....................... 13
Flueing - Vertical Terminations ................................. 14
Flueing - Horizontal Terminations (NG & LPG) ........ 16
Flueing - Horizontal Terminations (ULPG) ............... 17
Flueing - Horizontal Installations .............................. 21
Flueing - Vertical Termination ................................... 22
System Data ............................................................. 23
Gas Connection ........................................................ 23
Gas Pipe Pressure Test ............................................ 23
SIT Valve Description ............................................... 23
Aeration Adjustment ................................................. 23
Conversion to LPG ................................................... 24
Optional Brick Panels ............................................... 27
Log Installation ......................................................... 27
Flush Door - Standard .............................................. 29
Flush Trim (optional) ................................................. 29
Louvers - Flush ........................................................ 30
Wiring Diagram ......................................................... 32
Regency PG33 Gas Inbuilt
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
Lighting Plate Instructions ........................................ 30
Remote Control ........................................................ 31
Operating Instructions .............................................. 31
Lighting Procedure ................................................... 31
Resetting the Unit ..................................................... 31
Shutdown Procedure ................................................ 31
First Fire ................................................................... 31
Fan Operation........................................................... 31
Flame Height ............................................................ 31
Summary of Controls ................................................ 31
Pilot Adjustment ........................................................ 31
Normal Operating Sounds ........................................ 31
MAINTENANCE
Maintenance Instructions ......................................... 33
Gold-Plated or Brass Louvers .................................. 33
Gold Plated or Brass Trim ........................................ 33
Log Replacement ..................................................... 33
Glass Gasket ............................................................ 34
Door Glass................................................................ 34
Fan Replacement ..................................................... 34
Removing Valve Tray................................................ 36
PARTS LIST
Electronic Components List ...................................... 37
Replacement/Spare Parts List .................................. 38
WARRANTY
Warranty ................................................................... 43
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SAFETY LABEL
This is a copy of the label that accompanies each PG33 Gas Fireplace. We have printed a copy of the contents here for your review.
DATA BADGE NOTE: Regency units are constantly being improved. Check the label on the unit and if there is a difference, the label on the unit is
the correct one.
DO NO T
DO NO T
DO NO T
DO NO T
DO NO T
DO NO T
DO NO T
OPERATE THIS APPLIANCE BEFORE READING THE
INSTRUCTIONS BOOKLET.
PLACE ARTICLES ON OR AGAINST THIS APPLIANCE
STORE CHEMICALS OR FLAMMABLE MATERIALS
NEAR THIS APPLIANCE.
SPRAY AEROSOLS IN THE VICINITY OF THIS
APPLIANCE WHILE IN OPERATION.
OPERATE WITH PANELS, COVERS OR GUARDS
REMOVED FROM THIS APPLIANCE.
ENCLOSE THIS APPLIANCE.
MODIFY THIS APPLIANCE.
908-602a
(Australia Only)
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Regency PG33 Gas Inbuilt
INSTALLATION
IMPORTANT:
SAVE THESE
INSTRUCTIONS
The P33-NG or P33-LPG Direct Flue Fireplace must
be installed in accordance with these instructions.
Carefully read all the instructions in this manual
first. Consult the "authority having jurisdiction" to
determine the need for a permit prior to starting the
installation. It is the responsibility of the installer
to ensure this fireplace is installed in compliance
with manufacturer's instructions and all applicable
codes.
YOUNG CHILDREN SHOULD BE CAREFULLY SUPERVISED WHEN THEY ARE
IN THE SAME AREA AS THE APPLIANCE. TODDLERS, YOUNG CHILDREN
AND OTHERS MAY BE SUSCEPTIBLE
TO ACCIDENTAL CONTACT BURNS. A
PHYSICAL BARRIERS IS RECOMMENDED IF THERE ARE AT RISK INDIVIDUAL
IN THE HOUSE. TO RESTRICT ACCESS
TO A FIREPLACE OR STOVE, INSTALL
AN ADJUSTABLE SAFETY GATE TO
KEEP TODDLERS, YOUNG CHILDREN
AND OTHER AT RISK INDIVIDUALS OUT
OF THE ROOM AND AWAY FROM HOT
SURFACES.
BEFORE YOU START
Safe installation and operation of this appliance
requires common sense, however, we are required
by the Canadian Safety Standards and ANSI Standards to make you aware of the following:
INSTALLATION AND REPAIR SHOULD
BE DONE BY AN AUTHORIZED
SERVICE PERSON. THE APPLIANCE
SHOULD BE INSPECTED BEFORE
USE AND AT LEAST ANNUALLY BY A
PROFESSIONAL SERVICE PERSON.
MORE FREQUENT CLEANING MAY
BE REQUIRED DUE TO EXCESSIVE
LINT FROM CARPETING, BEDDING
MATERIAL, ETC. IT IS IMPERATIVETHAT
CONTROL COMPARTMENTS, BURNERS
AND CIRCULATING AIR PASSAGEWAYS
OF THE APPLIANCE BE KEPT CLEAN.
DUE TO HIGH TEMPERATURES, THE
APPLIANCE SHOULD BE LOCATED
OUT OF TRAFFIC AND AWAY FROM
FURNITURE AND DRAPERIES.
WARNING: FAILURE TO INSTALL THIS
APPLIANCE CORRECTLY WILL VOID
YOUR WARRANTY AND MAY CAUSE A
SERIOUS HOUSE FIRE.
CHILDREN AND ADULTS SHOULD BE
ALERTED TO THE HAZARDS OF HIGH
SURFACE TEMPERATURES, ESPECIALLY THE FIREPLACE GLASS, AND
SHOULD STAY AWAY TO AVOID BURNS
OR CLOTHING IGNITION.
10) Be aware of electrical wiring locations in walls
and ceilings when cutting holes for termination.
11) Under no circumstances should this appliance
be modified. Parts that have to be removed for
servicing should be replaced prior to operating
this appliance.
12) Installation and any repairs to this appliance
should be done by an authorised service person. An authorised service person should be
called to inspect this appliance annually. Make
it a practice to have all of your gas appliances
checked annually.
13) Do not slam shut or strike the glass door.
14) Under no circumstances should any solid fuels
(wood, paper, cardboard, coal, etc.) be used in
this appliance.
CLOTHING OR OTHER FLAMMABLE
MATERIAL SHOULD NOT BE PLACED
ON OR NEAR THE APPLIANCE.
15) The appliance area must be kept clear and
free of combustible materials, (gases and other
flammable vapours and liquids).
GENERAL SAFETY INFORMATION
MANUFACTURED
MOBILE HOME
ADDITIONAL
REQUIREMENTS
1) The appliance shall be installed in accordance with the manufacturer's installation
instructions,local gas fitting regulations, municipal building codes, water supply regulations,
electrical wiring regulations, with AS5601-2004
(AGA gas installation code) NZS 5261 (New
Zealand)
2) Installation and repair should be done ONLY
by an authorised person.
1) Ensure that structural members are not cut or
weakened during installation.
2) Ensure proper grounding using the #8 ground
lug provided. See page 35.
3) THIS APPLIANCE IS NOT INTENDED AS A
FIREPLACE INSERT. DO NOT CONNECT TO
MASONARY FLUE.
4) This appliance must be connected to the
specified flue and termination cap to the
outside of the building envelope. Never flue
to another room or inside a building. Make
sure that the flue is fitted as per Flueing
instructions.
5) Inspect the flueing system annually for blockage
and any signs of deterioration.
6) Flueing terminals shall not be recessed into a
wall or siding.
7) Any safety glass removed for servicing must
be replaced prior to operating the appliance.
8) To prevent injury, do not allow anyone who is
unfamiliar with the operation to use the fireplace.
9) Wear gloves and safety glasses for protection
while doing required maintenance.
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INSTALLATION
INSTALLATION
CHECKLIST
1) Locate appliance
a) Room location, page 6
b) Clearances to Combustibles, page 7
c) Mantle Clearances, page 7
d) Framing & Finishing Requirements,
page 8
e) Flueing Requirements, pages 10 to 15.
lations when used with a Listed Millivolt
Thermostat. Some areas may have further
requirements, check local codes before
installation.
23"(584mm)
6) The PG33 Direct Flue Gas Fireplace is approved for alcove installations, which meet
the clearances listed on this page.
7) We recommend that you plan your installation on paper using exact measurements
for clearances and floor protection before
actually installing this appliance. Have a
qualified inspector, dealer, or installer review
your plans before installation.
33"(838mm)
29"(737mm)
31-1/2"(800mm)
2) Assemble Top Facing Support and Side
Nailing Strips, page 9. (NOTE: must be done
before installing unit into fireplace.)
3) Install flue, pages 10 to 25.
4) Make gas and electrical connections. Test
the pilot. Must be as per diagram. Page 26.
Convert to LPG if desired, page 27.
5) Install brick panels (optional), page 33.
6) Install logs and embers and rockwool where
indicated on page 33.
Note: For flue terminations see page 10.
A)
B)
C)
D)
Flat on Wall
Flat on Wall Corner
Recessed into Wall/Alcove
Corner
33"(838mm)
7) Install Flush Door Front (Standard) and
optional Flush Gold Trim, page 35.
28-1/2"(724mm)
8) Install optional Double Screen Door, page
36.
9) Install Louvers
10) Final check.
Before leaving this unit with the customer, the
installer must ensure that the appliance is firing correctly and operation fully explained
to customer.
Diagram 1
This includes:
12-3/4"(324mm)
1) Clocking the appliance to ensure the correct
firing rate (rate noted on label) after burning
appliance for 15 minutes.
2) If required, adjusting the primary air to ensure
that the flame does not carbon. First allow
the unit to burn for 15-20 min. to stabilize.
CAUTION: Any alteration to the product that
causes sooting or carboning that results
in damage is not the responsibility of the
manufacturer.
LOCATING YOUR
GAS STOVE
1) When selecting a location for your stove,
ensure that the clearances outlined on this
page are met.
2) Provide adequate clearances for servicing.
3) The appliance must be installed on a flat,
solid, continuous surface (e.g. wood, metal,
concrete). This may be the floor, or raised up
on a platform to enhance its visual impact.
If the appliance is going to be installed on
carpeting, combustible linoleum tile or other
combustible material other than wood flooring, the appliance must be installed on a
metal or wood panel extending the full width
and depth of the appliance.
4) The PG33 can be installed in a recessed
position or framed out into the room as in
A, B, C, D. See Diagram 1.
5) This appliance is Listed for bedroom instal-
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INSTALLATION
CLEARANCES
A major cause of chimney related fires is
failure to maintain required clearances (air
space) to combustible materials. It is of the
greatest importance that this fireplace and
flue system be installed only in accordance
with these instructions.
COMBUSTIBLE MANTELS
Because of the extreme heat this fireplace emits, the mantel clearances are critical.
Combustible mantel clearances from top of unit are shown in the diagram below.
Note: A non-combustible mantel may be installed at a lower height if the framing is made of
metal studs covered with a non-combustible board.
This drawing is to scale at 1:6 (one inch = 6 inches). Mantel can be installed anywhere in shaded
Clearance to Combustibles from:
Back
0"
(0mm)
Side
0"
(0mm)
Floor
0"
(0mm)
NOTE: The minimum floor clearance must be
maintained from the top surface of the carpeting, tile, etc.
Minimum Clearance from Top of Unit to:
Mantel*
min. 7" (177mm)
Ceiling
30"
(762mm)
from top of unit.
Side Wall Clearance
Bay or Flush Front
7-1/2" (191mm)
Minimum Flue Clearances:
2-1/2" (64mm) Horizontal Top
1-1/2" (38mm) Horizontal Side
1-1/2" (38mm) Horizontal Bottom
1-1/4" (32mm) Vertical Flue Clearance
(Simpson)
1-1/2" (38mm) Vertical Flue Clearance
(Flex)
Alcove Clearances:
Max. Depth
36"
Min. Width
48"
Min. Height
59"
(914mm)
(1219mm)
(1499mm)
* see mantel clearance instructions.
WARNING
Fire hazard is an extreme risk
if these clearances are not adhered to.
UNIT DIMENSIONS
MANTEL LEG CLEARANCES
Combustible mantel leg clearances as per diagram below:
Maximum
area or higher using the above scale.
Note: Ensure the paint that is used on the mantel and the facing is "heat
resistant" or the paint may discolour.
The clearances listed below are Minimum distances unless otherwise stated:
1-1/2" (38mm) projection
at 2" (51mm) minimum
clearance.
Clearances for Bay or Flush Front
Regency PG33 Gas Inbuilt
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INSTALLATION
FRAMING AND FINISHING
Rear Termination
1) Determine the total thickness of facing material (e.g. drywall plus ceramic tiles) to allow
the finished surface to be flush with the front
of the unit. Total facing thickness can vary
from 1/2" (13mm) to 1-1/4" (32mm) thick.
Simpson Dura-Flue
Minimum Clearances
Simpson Dura-Flue Piping
Top Header
10" (254mm)
dia. Hole through
wall for Dura-Vent
1/2"
(13mm)
Drywall
Install Side Nailing Strips, and Top Facing
Support before unit is slipped into position.
See page 9 for assembly details.
2) Frame in the enclosure for the unit with
framing material.
1-1/2"
(38mm)
30”
(762mm)
Flex Piping
4"
3"
(102mm)(76mm)
Opening for gas
connection
16-1/2”
(419mm)
Minimum
4) The top of the unit must not be closer than
30" (762mm) to the ceiling.
5) Combustible material may be brought up to
the top and sides of the unit and be covered
with ceramic tiles, bricks, rock or other suitable combustible finishing materials.
For Both Simpson & Flex
Flex Pipe
Minimum Clearances
Top Header
1/2"
(13mm)
Drywall
Vertical Termination or
Vertical Rise with Horizontal
Termination
For Both Simpson & Flex
10" (254mm)
dia. Hole through
wall for Flex
6) Use steel studs for framing where the
1-1/2" (38mm) clearance from the flue to
combustible material cannot be maintained.
1-1/2"
(38mm)
4"
3"
(102mm)(76mm)
Opening for gas
connection
Note: The unit does not have to be completely enclosed in a chase. The clearance
on top of the unit is 0" to the standoffs
so combustible building materials can
be laid directly on top of the standoffs.
You must maintain clearance from the
flue to combustible materials for flex
for Simpson Dura-Flue, see page 7.
26”
(660mm)
NOTE: If this is an outside corner, the minimum
distance between the flue and the outside corner
is 6" (15cm) with AstroCap termination cap or 12"
(30cm) with Dura-Flue termination cap.
3) For exterior walls, insulate the enclosure to
the same degree as the rest of the house,
apply vapour barrier and drywall, as per local installation codes. (Do not insulate the
fireplace itself.)
12-3/4”
(324mm)
Minimum
NOTE: If this is an outside corner, the minimum
distance between the flue and the outside corner
is 6" (15cm) with AstroCap termination cap or
12" (30cm) with Dura-Flue termination cap.
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INSTALLATION
UNIT ASSEMBLY
PRIOR TO INSTALLATION
The Top Facing Support, the Side Nailing Strips
and the 2 Top Standoffs must be correctly positioned and attached to the top before the unit
is put into position.
Top Standoff Assembly
The top standoffs are shipped in a flat position
and must be pulled up and bent into the correct shape.
1) Remove the standoffs from on top of the
firebox by undoing the screws.
Top Facing Support &
Side Nailing Strips
Top Facing
Support
Determine the total thickness of facing material (e.g. drywall plus ceramic tiles) to allow the
finished surface to be flush with the front of the
unit. Total facing thickness can vary from 1/2"
(13mm) to 1-1/4" (32mm) thick.
Side
Nailing
Strips
(folded out)
The Top Facing Support & Side Nailing Strips
can be mounted in various positions depending
on the thickness of the facing material.
2) Take each standoff and bend into the correct shape. Bend up at the bend lines until
the screw holes in the standoff and the
pre-punched screw holes on the firebox top
line-up.
1) Mount Top Facing Support using the 3
supplied screws into the three pre-punched
screw holes on the top front of the unit. Adjust
support to desired facing material depth.
3) Attach the standoffs securely to the top with
4 screws per standoff.
2) Mount Side Nailing Strip using the 3 supplied
screws into the three pre-punched screw
holes at the front sides of the unit. Adjust
support to desired facing material thickness.
Note: Secure the standoffs to the holes
closest to the edge of the firebox top.
For a facing material depth of
1-1/4"(32mm), the top facing
support must be reversed.
FLUEING INTRODUCTION
The PG33 uses the "balanced flue" technology Co Axial system. The inner liner flues products of combustion to the outside while the outer liner
draws outside combustion air into the combustion chamber thereby eliminating the need to use heated room air for combustion and losing warm
room air up the chimney.
There are 2 flue systems approved for use with the PG33: the Regency Direct Flue System (Flex) for Horizontal Terminations only (see pages 1112), and the Simpson Dura-Flue Systems for Horizontal and Vertical Terminations (see pages 13-25).
Note: These flue pipes must not be connected to any other appliance.
The gas appliance and flue system must be flueed directly to the outside of the building, and never be attached to a chimney serving a separate
solid fuel or gas burning appliance. Each direct flue gas appliance must use it's own separate flue system. Common flue systems are prohibited.
NOTE: Ensure compliance with the outside flue terminal location before cutting hole as both dimensions must be met.
Regency PG33 Gas Inbuilt
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INSTALLATION
EXTERIOR FLUE TERMINATION LOCATIONS
Minimum clearances required for balanced flue terminals or
the flue terminals of outdoor appliances
according to AS5601-2004 (AGA gas installation code) or NZS 5261 (New Zealand)
a
b
c
d
e
f
g
h
j
k
Minimum
Clearance (mm)
Below eaves, balconies or other projections:
- Appliances up to 50 MJ/h input
300
- Appliances over 50 MJ/h input
500
From the ground or above a balcony
300
From a return wall or external corner
500
From a gas meter (M)
1000
From an electricity meter or fuse box (P)
500
From a drain or soil pipe
150
Horizontal from any building structure (unless appliance is approved
for closer installation) or obstruction facing a terminal
500
From any other flue terminal, cowl or combustion air intake
500
Horizontally from an openable window, door, or non-mechanical air inlet, or
any other opening into a building, with the exception of sub-floor ventilation
(see also Note (I)):
- Appliances up to 150 MJ/h input
500
- Appliances over 150 MJ/h input
1500
Vertically below an openable window, door, or non-mechanical air inlet,
or any other opening into a building, with the exception of sub-floor ventilation
(see also Note (I)): see table below
Clearance 'k' in mm
Space Heaters
Up to 50 MJ/h input
150
All Other Appliances
Up to 50 MJ/h input
Over 50 MJ/h input
to 150 MJ/h input
Over 150 MJ/h input
500
1000
1500
NOTES:
(I) For mechanical air inlets, including spa blowers, the clearance 'j' and 'k' shall be 1500 mm in all cases.
(II) All distances shall be measured vertically or horizontally along the wall to a point in line with the nearest par
to of the terminal.
(III) Prohibited area below electricity meter or fuse box extends to ground level.
(IV) A flue terminal of this type shall not be located under a roofed area unless the roofed area is fully open on
at least two sides and a free flow of air at the appliance is achieved.
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INSTALLATION
REGENCY DIRECT FLUE SYSTEM (FLEX)
HORIZONTAL TERMINATIONS ONLY
This flueing system, in combination with the PG33 Direct Flue Gas Fireplace, have been tested and listed as a direct flue heater system by AGA. The
location of the termination cap must conform to the requirements in the Flue Terminal Locations diagram on page 10.
Regency Direct Flue (Flex) System Termination Kit (Part # 946-513) includes all the parts needed to install the PG33 with a maximum
run of 2 feet. If installing the P33 with a continuous flue length of more than 2 ft (.6m) to a maximum of 10 ft. (3.0m) using Kit # 946-515 (4 ft) or
946-516 (10 ft) or see page 13 for alternate flueing arrangements.
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
7)
8)
9)
6-7/8" dia. flexible liner (2 ft. length)
4" dia. flexible liner (2 ft. length)
spring spacers (3)
thimble (2)
AstroCap termination cap (1)
screws (12)
tube of Mill Pac (1)
plated screws (8)
screws #8 x 1-1/2" drill point, stainless steel (4)
Wall Thimble (2 pc)
(required in
Canada only)
TM
AstroCap
Termination Cap
(Part# 946-523/P)
4" (102mm)
dia. flue pipe
See also
Figure 1 below.
spring
spacer
Notes:
1) Liner sections should be continuous without any
joints or seams.
2) Only Flex pipe purchased from Regency may be
used for Flex installations.
6-7/8"
(173mm)
dia. Flue pipe
IMPORTANT
If using any Cabinet Mantels with Part # 510956,
510958, 510962, 510964 and 510834 the wall thimble
must be secured first and flueing must be attached
to unit before sliding into final position.
Wherever necessary due to external
location of cap, the AstroCap can
be replaced with the FPI Riser Flue
Termination Cap or the Dura-Vent
Snorkel Termination Cap.
Also Simpson Dura-Flue flueing cannot be used with
any of the mantels noted above.
Minimum Flex Kit Center-Line (NG
Minimum Flex Kit Center-Line
& LPG)
(ULPG)
Horizontal (M)
1.2
1.8
Horizontal (M)
2.4
0
1.8
Max. 24"(0.6m)
1.2
0.6
0
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Vertical Height (M)
2.4
0.6
1.2
1.8
2.4
2.4
1.8
Max. 24"(0.6m)
IMPORTANT NOTE
1.2
0.6
Min. 49.6”
(1260mm)
0.6
Min. 26”
(660mm)
Vertical Height (M)
0
If the Burner is not a ULPG Burner,
a minimum flue rise of 1260mm
(total height from the floor) MUST
BE adhered to.
0
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INSTALLATION
INSTALLATION PROCEDURES
for Regency Direct Flue System (Flex)
1) Locate the unit in the framing, rough in the gas (preferably on the right side of the unit) and the electrical (Junction block is on the left side)
on the left. Locate the centerline of the
termination and mark wall accordingly.
*If this is an outside corner, the minimum distance between the flue and the outside
Cut a 10"(254mm) hole in the wall (inside
corner is 6" (15cm) with AstroCap termination cap or 12" (30cm) with Dura-Flue
dimension).
termination cap. See "F" on the diagram on page 10.
Note: To make the installation more aesthetically pleasing, we recommend
framing out a square to mount the
terminal to.
Note: A 2-1/2" (64mm) horizontal top and
1-1/2" (38mm) horizontal sides &
bottom clearance around the liner
must be maintained except that only
a 1" (25mm) clearance is needed at
the termination end. We recommend
framing a 10"(254mm) x 10"(254mm)
(inside dimensions) hole to give
structural rigidity for mounting the
termination.
Note: If installing termination on a siding
covered wall, furring strips must be
used to ensure that the termination
is not recessed into the siding.
2) Level the fireplace and fasten it to the framing using nails or screws through the nailing
strips.
Minimum and Maximum Flue Clearances
is up). This will position the termination cap
with proper down slope for draining water.
Fasten the cap to the outer wall with the 4
supplied screws.
6) Pull the centre 4"(100mm) liner and outer
6-7/8"(175mm) liner out enough to slip over
the flue collars of the fireplace.
7) Apply Mill Pac over the fireplace inner collar
and slip the 4"(100mm) liner down over it
and attach with 3 supplied screws.
IMPORTANT: Do not locate termination
hood where excessive snow or ice
buildup may occur. Be sure to check
flue termination area after snow falls,
and clear to prevent accidental blockage of flueing system. When using
snow blowers, make sure snow is not
directed towards flue termination area.
8) Do the same with the 6-7/8"(175mm) liner.
3) Assemble the flue assembly by applying
Mill Pac to the 4"(100mm) inner collar of the
termination and slipping the 4"(100mm) liner
over it at least 1-3/8" (35mm). Fasten with
the 3 screws (drilling pilot holes will make this
easier). Apply Mill Pac or high temperature
silicone to the 6-7/8"(175mm) flex pipe and
slip it over the 6-7/8" outer collar of the flue
terminal at least 1-3/8"(35mm) and fasten
with the 3 screws.
4) Separate the 2 halves of the wall thimble and
securely fasten the one with the tabs to the
outside wall making sure that the tabs are
on top and bottom. Fasten the other thimble
half to the inside wall. The thimble halves
slip inside each other and can be adjusted
for 2 x 4 or 2 x 6 walls. The liners must slip
over the collars a minimum of 1-3/8".
5) Slip the assembled liner and termination
assembly through the thimble making sure
the termination cap faces up (there are
markings on the cap that show which way
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9) Apply a bead of silicone between the thimble
and termination and around the outer edge
of the terminal at the wall in order to keep
the water out.
4" (102mm)
dia. flue pipe
with spring spacer
2” x 4” or 2” x 6”
(21mm x 102mm
or 21mm x 152mm)
Termination Cap
Screws
(3 per
connection)
6-7/8"
(175mm)
dia. air intake
Screws
(4 per connection)
Wall Thimble 2 pieces
(10" (254mm) Outer Diameter)
Regency PG33 Gas Inbuilt
INSTALLATION
SIMPSON DURA-FLUE FLUEING
Horizontal or Vertical Terminations
The Simpson Dura-Flue Direct Flue System offers
a complete line of component parts for installation
of both horizontal and vertical installations. Many
items are offered in decorative black, as well as
galvanized finish. We recommend using the galvanized finish for installation with the PG33.
The minimum components required for a basic
horizontal termination are:
1 AstroCap Horizontal Termination Cap
1 45o Elbow
1 Flue Adaptor
1 Wall Thimble
1 Length of pipe to suit wall thickness (see
chart)
For siding other than vinyl furring strips may be
used, instead of the vinyl siding standoff, to create a level surface to mount the flue terminal. The
Terminal must not be recessed into siding.
If a Vinyl Siding Standoff is required (it must be
used with vinyl siding), measure to outside surface
of wall without siding and add 2 inches.
Vertical
Terminal
Storm Collar
Vinyl Siding
Standoff (Optional)
Flashing
Horizontal
Termination
Cap
Ceiling Firestop
Wall Thimble
Pipe Length
Adj.Pipe Length
11" - 14-5/8"
(279mm - 372mm)
90o Elbow
24" (610mm)
Pipe Length
The Regency AstroCapTM is certified for installations using FPI flueing systems as well as Simpson
Dura-Vent® and Direct Vent GS.
RegencyTM, and Regency AstroCapTM are the
proprietary trademarks of FPI Fireplace Products
International Ltd.
Dura-Vent® and Direct Vent GS are registered
and/or proprietary trademarks of Simpson DuraVent Co. Inc.
Horizontal
Termination Cap
Vinyl Siding
Standoff (Optional)
Wall Thimble
o
45 Elbow
Adj.Pipe Length
11" - 14-5/8"
(279mm - 372mm)
Flue Adapter
Simpson Dura-Flue
Direct Flue GS
Wherever necessary due to external
location of cap, the AstroCap can be
replaced with the FPI Riser Vent Termination Cap or the Dura-Vent Snorkel
Termination Cap.
Regency PG33 Gas Inbuilt
Flat Wall Installation
Max. Wall
Flue Length
Thickness
Required
6" (152mm)
7-1/4" (184mm)
9" (229mm)
10-1/4" (260mm)
12"
(305mm)
13-1/4" (337mm)
11"
14-5/8"
Adj. Pipe
12-1/4" - 15-7/8"
(279mm
371mm)
(311mm - 641mm)
11"
14-5/8"
Adj.
Pipe
18-1/4" - 25-1/4"
(279mm
371mm)
(464mm - 381mm)
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INSTALLATION
FLUEING ARRANGEMENTS - VERTICAL TERMINATIONS
SIMPSON DURA-FLUE DIRECT FLUE GS SYSTEM
(NG, LPG & ULPG)
The shaded area in the diagram shows all allowable combinations of straight vertical and offset to vertical terminations , using one 90o elbow, with
Simpson Dura-Flue Direct Flue GS flue systems for NG, LPG and ULPG.
Horizontal (M)
1.8
2.4
3
Horizontal (ft/m)
3.6
11.6
0
11
(1.8m)
1.2
(1.2m)
0.6
(0.6m)
0
2
4
6
(12.2m) 40
10.4
(10.9m)
(9.8m)
8.6
(9.1m)30
8
(8.5m)28
7.2
(7.9m)26
6.6
(7.3m) 24
6
5.4
4.8
4.2
3.6
3
Vertical Height (ft/m)
9.2
Maximum 40’ (12.2m)
(10.4m)
Maximum 27’ (8.2m)
(6.7m)22
(6.1m)20
(5.5m)18
(4.9m)16
(4.3m)14
(3.7m)12
1.8
Max. 10’ (3m)
(centerline to centerline)
1.2
0.6
Minimum 8'6” (2.6m)
(3.0m)10
2.4
(2.4m) 8
(1.8m) 6
(1.2m) 4
(0.6m) 2
0
Minimum 8'6” (2.6m)
Vertical Height (M)
9.8
0
Min. 12” (305mm)
•
•
•
Flue must be supported at offsets.
Firestops are required at each floor level and whenever passing through a wall.
Maintain clearances to combustibles.
Note: Must use optional flue adapter when using Simpson Dura-Vent pipe (Part # 510-994).
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Regency PG33 Gas Inbuilt
INSTALLATION
The PG33 is approved for a maximum 40 ft. straight vertical, with Simpson
Dura-Flue Direct Flue GS flue systems for LPG, ULPG and NG.
Horizontal (M)
0
The shaded area in the diagram shows all allowable combinations of straight
vertical and offset to vertical terminations with Simpson Dura-Flue Direct Flue
GS flue systems for LPG, ULPG and NG. Maximum two 45o elbows allowed.
0.6
1.2
1.8
2.4
12.2
11.6
•
•
•
Flue must be supported at offsets.
Firestops are required at each floor level and11whenever passing
through a wall.
Maintain clearances to combustibles.
10.4
9.8
9.2
8.6
8
Maximum: 40 ft. (12.2m)
7.2
Vertical Height (M)
6.6
6
5.4
4.8
4.2
3.6
3
1.2
Minimum 9’6” (2.9m)
1.8
Minimum 8’6” (2.6m)
2.4
0.6
0
Regency PG33 Gas Inbuilt
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INSTALLATION
FLUEING ARRANGEMENTS - HORIZONTAL TERMINATIONS
SIMPSON DURA-FLUE DIRECT FLUE GS SYSTEM and
REGENCY DIRECT FLUE SYSTEM (FLEX)
(NG, LPG & ULPG with ULPG Burner)
This diagram shows all allowable combinations of vertical runs with horizontal terminations, using one 45o and one 90o elbow (two 45o elbows equal
one 90o elbow).
Note: Must use optional flue adapter (Part # 510-994) when using Simpson Dura-Vent pipe. (Refer to page 13.)
Horizontal (M)
0.6
0
1.8
1.2
3
2.4
3.6
5.4
4.8
4.2
6
4.8
4.2
Vertical Height (M)
3.6
3
2.4
A flue guard should be used whenever
the termination is lower than the specified
minimum or as per local codes.
1.8
Note: Regency Direct Flue System (Flex) is
only approved for horizontal terminations.
1.2
0.6
30” (762mm)
Minimum
Height
Requirement
•
•
•
0
8"(0.2m)
Maintain clearances to combustibles.
Horizontal flue must be supported every 3 feet.
Firestops are required at each floor level and whenever passing through a wall.
2’ (0.6m)
Minimum
Minimum Flex Kit Center-Line
Simpson Dura-Flue Center-Line
Horizontal (M)
0.6
1.2
1.8
1.2
0.6
0
16
Max. 24"(0.6m)
Vertical Height (M)
2.4
Min. 30"
(762mm)
Vertical Height (M)
0
1.8
Important
Horizontal (M)
2.4
0.6
1.2
1.8
2.4
1.8
Max. 24"(0.6m)
1.2
0.6
0
Min. 26”
(660mm)
0
2.4
If using any Cabinet Mantels with
Part # 510956, 510958, 510962,
510964 and 510834 the wall thimble
must be secured first and flueing
must be attached to unit before
sliding into final position.
Also Simpson Dura-Flue flueing cannot be used with any of the mantels
noted above.
Regency PG33 Gas Inbuilt
INSTALLATION
FLUEING ARRANGEMENTS - HORIZONTAL TERMINATIONS
SIMPSON DURA-FLUE DIRECT FLUE GS SYSTEM and
REGENCY DIRECT FLUE SYSTEM (FLEX)
(ULPG with NG/LPG Burner)
This diagram shows all allowable combinations of vertical runs with horizontal terminations, using one 45o and one 90o elbow (two 45o elbows equal
one 90o elbow).
Note: Must use optional flue adapter (Part # 510-994) when using Simpson Dura-Vent pipe. (Refer to page 13.)
Horizontal (M)
0
0.6
1.2
1.8
2.4
3
3.6
4.2
4.8
5.4
6
4.8
4.2
Vertical Height (M)
3.6
3
2.4
1.8
1.2
53.6” (1362mm)
Minimum
Height
Requirement
0.6
0
IMPORTANT NOTE
If the Burner is not a ULPG Burner, a
minimum flue rise of 1362mm (total height
from the floor) MUST BE adhered to.
8"(0.2m)
2’ (0.6m)
A flue guard should be used whenever the termination is
lower than the specified minimum or as per local codes.
Note: Regency Direct Flue System (Flex) is only approved for horizontal terminations.
•
•
•
Maintain clearances to combustibles.
Horizontal flue must be supported every 3 feet.
Firestops are required at each floor level and whenever passing through a wall.
Regency PG33 Gas Inbuilt
17
INSTALLATION
Horizontal Flueing with Two (2) 90o Elbows
Horizontal Flueing with Three (3) 90o Elbows
One 90o elbow = Two 45o elbows.
One 90o elbow = Two 45o elbows.
Option
V
H + H1
A)
0.3m Min.
0.9m Max.
B)
0.6m Min.
1.2m Max.
C)
0.9m Min.
1.5m Max.
D)
1.2m Min
1.8m Max.
E)
1.5m Min.
2.1m Max.
F)
1.8m Min
2.4m Max.
With these options,
maximum total pipe
length is 30 feet with
minimum of 6 feet total
vertical and maximum 8
feet total horizontal.
Please note minimum
1 foot between 90o
elbows is required.
Option
H
V
H + H1 +H2
A)
0.3m Max.
0.3m Min.
0.9m Max.
B)
0.6m Max.
0.9m Min.
1.5m Max.
C)
0.9m Max.
1.5m Min.
1.8m Max.
D)
1.2m Max
2.1m Min
2.1m Max.
E)
1.5m Max
2.7m Min.
2.7m Max.
F)
1.8m Max
3.3m Min
2.7m Max.
With these options,
max. total pipe length
is 30 feet with min. of
11 feet total vertical
and max. 9 feet total
horizontal.
Please note min.
1 foot between 90o
elbows is required.
Horizontal Flueing with Two (2) 90o Elbows
One 90o elbow = Two 45o elbows.
Option
A)
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H
0.3m Max.
V
H + H1 +H2
0.3m Min.
0.9m Max.
B)
0.6m Max.
0.9m Min.
1.5m Max.
C)
0.9m Max.
1.5m Min.
1.8m Max.
D)
1.2m Max
1.8m Min
2.1m Max.
E)
1.5m Max
2.4m Min.
2.4m Max.
With these options, max.
total pipe length is 30 feet
with min. of 8 feet total
vertical and max. 8 feet
total horizontal.
Please note min. 1 foot
between 90o elbows is
required.
Regency PG33 Gas Inbuilt
INSTALLATION
Horizontal Flueing with Three (3) 90o Elbows
One 90o elbow = Two 45o elbows.
Option
A)
B)
C)
D)
E)
F)
V
Min.
0.6m
0.9m
1.2m
1.5m
1.8m
2.1m
H
Max.
0.3m
0.6m
0.9m
1.2m
1.5m
1.8m
V + V1
Min.
0.9m
1.2m
1.8m
2.4m
3m
3.65m
H + H1
Max.
1.2m
1.5m
1.8m
2.1m
2.4m
2.7m
With these options,
max. total pipe length
is 30 feet with min. of
12 feet total vertical
and max. 9 feet total
horizontal.
Please note min. 1
foot between 90o
elbows is required.
Vertical Flueing with Two (2) 90o Elbows
Vertical Flueing with Two (2) 90o Elbows
One 90o elbow = Two 45o elbows.
Option V
Min.
A)
0.3m
B)
0.6m
C)
0.9m
D)
1.2m
E)
1.5m
One 90o elbow = Two 45o elbows.
H
V + V1 With these options, max. total
Max.
Min pipe length is 30 feet with min.
1.2m
0.6m of 6 feet total vertical and max.
1.5m
0.9m 8 feet total horizontal.
Please note min. 1 foot
1.8m
1.2m between 90o elbows is re2.1m
1.5m quired.
2.4m
1.8m
Option
A)
B)
C)
D)
E)
H + H1
Max.
0.6m
0.9m
1.2m
1.5m
1.8m
V
With these options, max. total
Min. pipe length is 30 feet with min.
0.6m of 6 feet total vertical and max.
6 feet total horizontal.
0.9m
Please note min. 1 foot
1.2m between 90 o elbows is
1.5m required.
1.8m
For additional vertical flueing with
2 x 90o elbows, refer to page 15.
Regency PG33 Gas Inbuilt
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INSTALLATION
Vertical Flueing with Three (3) 90o Elbows
One 90o elbow = Two 45o elbows.
Option
A)
B)
C)
D)
E)
H
Max.
0.3m
0.6m
0.9m
1.2m
1.5m
V
Min.
0.3m
0.6m
0.9m
1.2m
1.5m
H + H1 V + V1
With these options, max. total
Max.
Min. pipe length is 30 feet with min.
of 11 feet total vertical and
0.9m
0.9m
max. 7 feet total horizontal.
1.2m
1.5m
Please note min. 1 foot
1.5m
2.1m
between 90 o elbows is
1.8m
2.7m
required.
2.1m
3.3m
Vertical Flueing with Three (3) 90o Elbows
One 90o elbow = Two 45o elbows.
Option
A)
B)
C)
D)
E)
F)
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V
Min.
0.6m
0.9m
1.2m
1.5m
1.8m
2.1m
H + H1 V + V1
Max.
Min.With these options, max. total
pipe length is 30 feet with min.
0.9m
1.2m
of 10 feet total vertical and
1.2m
1.8m max. 8 feet total horizontal.
1.5m
2.1m Please note min. 1 foot
o
1.8m
2.4m between 90 elbows is
required.
2.1m
2.7m
2.4m
3m
Regency PG33 Gas Inbuilt
INSTALLATION
HORIZONTAL INSTALLATIONS
Install the flue system according to the manufacturer's instructions included with the components.
1) Set the unit in its desired location. Check to
determine if wall studs or roof rafters are in the
way when the flueing system is attached. If this
is the case, you may want to adjust the location
of the unit. Rough in the gas preferably on the
right side of the unit and the electrical (junction
block is on the left side) on the left.
2) Direct Flue pipe and fittings are designed with
special twist-lock connections to connect the
flueing system to the appliance flue outlet. A
twist-lock appliance adaptor is an available
option that must be used in conjunction with
the Simpson Dura-Flue Direct Flue GS system.
3) Put a bead of silicone inside the outer section
of the adapter and a bead of Stove Mate on the
inner collar. Slip the adapter over the existing
inner and outer flue collar and fasten to the
outer collar only with the 3 supplied screws
(drilling pilot holes will make this easier). Level
the fireplace and fasten it to the framing using
nails or screws through the nailing strips.
4) Assemble the desired combination of pipe and
elbows to the appliance adaptor and twist-lock
for a solid connection.
Note:
a) Twist-lock procedure: Four indentations,
located on the female ends of pipes and
fittings, are designed to slide straight onto
the male ends of adjacent pipes and fittings,
by orienting the four pipe indentations so
they match and slide in to the four entry
slots on the male ends, Dia.1. Push the pipe
sections completely together, then twistlock one section clockwise approximately
one-quarter turn, until the two sections are
fully locked. The female locking lugs will not
be visible from the outside, on the Black
Pipe or fittings. They may be located by
examining the inside of the female ends.
hole in the exterior wall where the flue will be terminated. If the wall being penetrated is constructed
of non-combustible material, i.e. masonry
block or concrete, a 7"(178mm) diameter (71/2"(191mm) dia. for flex) hole is acceptable.
Note:
a) The horizontal run of flue must be level, or
have a 1/4" (6.3mm) rise for every 1 foot
(0.3m) of run towards the termination. Never
allow the flue to run downward. This could
cause high temperatures and may present
the possibility of a fire.
8) Slide the appliance and flue assembly towards
the wall carefully inserting the flue
pipe into the flue cap assembly. It is important
that the flue pipe extends into the flue cap sufficient distance so as to result in a minimum
pipe overlap of 1-1/4" (32mm). Secure the
connection between the flue pipe and the flue
cap 3 sheet metal screws.
9) Install wall thimble in the center of the 10"
(254mm) square and attach with wood screws
(Diagram 3).
b) The location of the horizontal flue termination on an exterior wall must meet all local
and national building codes, and must not
be blocked or obstructed. For External Flue
Terminal Locations, see diagram on page
10.
c) Snorkel Terminations:
For installations requiring a vertical rise on
the exterior of the building, see Diagram 2.
Follow the same installation procedures as
used for standard Horizontal Termination.
Diagram 3
6) The arrow on the flue cap should be pointing up. Insure that the 1-1/2" clearances to
combustible materials are maintained. Install
the termination cap.
The four wood screws provided should be
replaced with appropriate fasteners for stucco,
brick, concrete, or other types of sidings.
Note: If installing termination on a siding covered wall, a vinyl siding standoff or
*As specified in CGA B149 Installation Code.
Local codes or regulations may require different
clearances.
Below Grade Snorkel Installation
If the Snorkel Termination must be installed
below grade, i.e. basement application,
proper drainage must be provided to
prevent water from entering the Snorkel
Termination. Refer to Dura-Flue Installation
instructions for details. Do not attempt to
enclose the Snorkel within the wall, or any
other type of enclosure.
Note: Apply sealant "Mill-Pac" to inner pipe
and high temperature silicone sealant
to outer pipe on every twist-lock joint.
b) Horizontal runs of flue must be supported
every three feet. Wall straps are available
for this purpose.
5) Mark the wall for a 10" (254mm) x 10" (254mm)
square hole. The center of the square hole
should line up with the centerline of the horizontal
pipe. Cut and frame the 10 inch square
furring strips must be used to ensure that the termination is not recessed into the siding.
7) Before connecting the horizontal run of flue pipe
to the flue termination, slide the Wall Thimble
(Part # 620-926) over the flue pipe.
Regency PG33 Gas Inbuilt
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INSTALLATION
VERTICAL TERMINATION
1) Maintain the 1-1/2" (38mm) clearances
(air spaces) to combustibles when passing
through ceilings, walls, roofs, enclosures,
attic rafter, or other nearby combustible
surfaces. Do not pack air spaces with insulation. Check pages 13-17 for the maximum
vertical rise of the flueing system and the
maximum horizontal offset limitations.
elbows. Ensure that all pipes and elbow
connections are in the fully twist-locked
position and sealed.
5) Cut a hole in the roof centered on the small
2) Set the gas appliance in its desired location.
Drop a plumb bob down from the ceiling to the
position of the appliance flue exit, and mark
the location where the flue will penetrate the
ceiling. Drill a small hole at this point. Next,
drop a plumb bob from the roof to the hole
previously drilled in the ceiling, and mark the
spot where the flue will penetrate the roof.
to add pipe sections through the flashing until
the height of the flue cap meets the minimum
height requirements specified in Dia. 4 or local
codes. Note that for steep roof pitches, the
vertical height must be increased. A poor
draft, or down drafting can result from high
wind conditions near big trees or adjoining
roof lines, in these cases, increasing the
flue height may solve the problem.
7) Ensure flue is vertical and secure the base
of the flashing to the roof with roofing rails,
slide storm collar over the pipe section and
seal with a mastic.
8) Install the vertical termination cap by twist-
Note: Apply sealant "Mill-Pac" to inner pipe
and high temperature silicone sealant to outer pipe on every twist-lock
joint.
Diagram 4
drilled hole placed in the roof in Step 2. The
hole should be of sufficient size to meet
the minimum requirements for clearance
to combustibles of 1-1/2" (38mm). Slip the
flashing under the shingles (shingles should
overlap half the flashing) as per Diagram 3.
6) Continue to assemble pipe lengths.
Diagram 1
3) A Firestop spacer must be installed in the
floor or ceiling of every level. To install the
Firestop spacer in a flat ceiling or wall, cut
a 10 inch square hole. Frame the hole as
shown in Diagram 2 and install the firestop.
4) Assemble the desired lengths of pipe and
Diagram 3: The upper half of the flashing is
installed under the roofing material and not
nailed down until the chimney is installed. This
allows for small adjustments.
Roof Pitch
flat 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
over 14/12 to 16/12
over 16/12 to 18/12
over 18/12 to 20/12
over 20/12 to 21/12
Minimum Flue Height
Feet
Meters
2
0.61
2
0.61
2
0.61
2.5
0.76
3.25
0.99
4
1.22
5
1.52
6
1.83
7
2.13
7.5
2.29
8
2.44
locking it.
Note: If an offset is necessary in the attic to
avoid obstructions, it is important to
support the flue pipe every 3' (0.9m),
to avoid excessive stress on the elbows, and possible separation. Wall
straps are available for this purpose.
Note: Any closets or storage spaces, which the
flue passes through must be enclosed.
Galvanized pipe is desirable above the roofline
due to its higher corrosion resistance. Continue
Diagram 2
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Regency PG33 Gas Inbuilt
INSTALLATION
GAS CONNECTION
PG33-NG System Data
Conversion Kit# 433-968
The gas line should be rigid pipe. Copper may
also be used if approved by AS5601-2004.
For 0 to 610 metres altitude
Burner Inlet Orifice Size:
#44
Max. Input Rating 23.7 mj.
Min. Input Rating 13.18 mj.
The gas connection at the valve is 1/2 Female.
For minimum and maximum supply pressure
see the System Data Table.
For 610 to 1372 metres altitude
Burner Inlet Orifice Sizes:
#45
Max. Input Rating 22.15 mj.
Min. Input Rating 11.1 mj.
GAS PIPE PRESSURE
TESTING
Supply Pressure
min. 1.13 kPa
Manifold Pressure
(High)
0.95 kPa
(Low)
0.29 kPa
PG33-LPG System Data
For 0 to 1372 metres altitude
Burner Inlet Orifice Size:
#54
Max. Input Rating
Min. Input Rating
23.5 mj.
12.1 mj.
Supply Pressure
min. 2.75 kPa
Manifold Pressure
(High)
2.61 kPa
(Low)
0.70 kPa
PG33-ULPG System Data
For 0 to 1372 metres altitude
Burner Inlet Orifice Size:
#55
Max. Input Rating
Min. Input Rating
20.3 mj.
11 mj.
Supply Pressure
min. 2.75 kPa
Manifold Pressure
(High)
2.40 kPa
(Low)
0.60 kPa
7) Gas Outlet Pressure Electric Modulator
8) Pilot Outlet
9) Main Gas Outlet
10) Side Outlet
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. (3.45
kPa). Disconnect piping from valve at pressures
over 3.45 kPa (14" w.c.).
The manifold pressure is controlled by a regulator
built into the gas control, and should be checked
at the pressure test point.
Note:
To properly check gas pressure,
both inlet and manifold pressures
should be checked using the valve
pressure ports on the valve.
1) Make sure the valve is in the "OFF" position.
2) Loosen the "IN" (# 3) and/or "OUT" (# 4)
pressure tap(s), turning counterclockwise
with a 1/8" wide flat screwdriver.
3) Attach manometer to "IN" and/or "OUT"
pressure tap(s) using a 5/16" ID hose.
4) Seal and or check the pilot outlet (# 8)
5) The pressure check should be carried out
with the unit burning and the setting should
be within the limits specified on the safety
label.
6) When finished reading manometer, turn
off the gas valve, disconnect the hose and
tighten the screw (clockwise) with a 1/8" flat
screwdriver. Screw should be snug, but do
not over tighten.
AERATION
ADJUSTMENT
The air shutter can be adjusted by moving the
adjusting wire up or down. The wire is accessed
through the bottom louvre opening. Open the air
shutter for a blue flame or close for a yellower
flame. The burner aeration is factory set but
may need adjusting due to either the local gas
supply or altitude. This adjustment is performed
by the gas fitter.
Minimum Air Shutter Opening:
NG
12.7mm
LPG
12.7mm
ULPG
Fully Open
CAUTION: Carbon will be produced if air shutter
is closed too much.
S.I.T. Valve Description
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
On-Off Solenoid Valve EV1
On-Off Solenoid Valve EV2
Inlet Pressure Test Point
Outlet Pressure Test Point
Connection for Pressure Regulator/Combustion Chamber Compensation
6) Pressure Regulator for Minimum and
Maximum Outlet Pressure
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Note: Any damage due to carboning resulting from improperly setting the
aeration controls is NOT covered
under warranty.
Closed - Tall yellow
Open - Short Blue
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INSTALLATION
Conversion Kit #433-968 for NG to LPG
THIS CONVERSION MUST BE DONE BY A QUALIFIED GAS FITTER IF IN DOUBT
DO NOT DO THIS CONVERSION !!
Conversion Kit Contains:
Qty.
1
1
1
1
1
1
Part #
904-163
904-529
918-590
908-528
910-037
918-576
Description
Burner Orifice #54
5/32" Allen Key
Label "Converted to LP"
Red "LPG" label
#30 ULPG Pilot Orifice
Instruction Sheet
1)
Shut off the gas supply and unplug the
power cord.
2)
Carefully remove the glass, logs and
lava rock.
3)
Remove burner.
4)
Remove burner orifice with a 1/2"
wrench and discard. Use a wrench to
hold on to the elbow behind the orifice.
5)
Pilot
Hood
removed
Pilot
Orifice
7)
11) Stick the conversion label "This unit has
been converted to LPG" over top of the
serial number decal.
12) Replace the yellow "NG" label with the
red "LPG" label.
13) Remove the screw from the module and
pull off the module cover.
Remove the pilot orifice with the allen
key.
screw
module cover
14) Pull out the 2 orange wires attached to
the valve, and the connector from the
module.
Reinstall new burner orifice stamped #54
and tighten.
8)
Put in the new LPG orifice with the allen
key. Then put back the pilot hood.
orange connector
wires
connector
Burner Orifice
15) Carefully pull out the control box.
6)
Pull out the pilot hood by hand.
Pilot
Hood
16) Remove the heat shield from the control
box by removing the 2 screws.
9)
Adjust the burner aeration setting to
12.7mm and re-install the burner.
Note: The control box is held in place with
velcro.
10) Open the bottom louver.
heat shield
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control box
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INSTALLATION
17) Remove the control box cover by
undoing the 3 screws. Maneuver through
antenna.
23) Adjusting the Outlet Pressure: All the
adjustments must be carried out in the
following order:
Remove the modulator plastic cap (A)
using needle nose pliers.
Antenna
Control Box
Cover
Maximum pressure: Turn the unit ON
to its highest input rating. Screw in the
nut (B) to increase the outlet pressure
and screw it out to decrease it. Use a 10
mm wrench.
WARNING: To ensure the correct operation
of the modulator it is necessary that the
plastic cap (A) is returned to its original
location.
B
A
C
Note: The outlet pressure must be set to
maximum 2.61 kPa.
18) Remove the jumper using a plier.
Minimum pressure: Remove one of
the cables connected to the electric
modulator. Keeping the nut (B) blocked,
screw in the screw (C) to increase the
pressure and screw it out to decrease it.
Use a screwdriver 6 x 1 blade.
Note: The outlet pressure must be set to
minimum 0.70 kPa.
Jumper Location
Cable
Electric
Modulator
24) At the end of all setting and adjustment
operations, check electrical insulation
and gas leaks.
25) Check operation of flame control.
26) Check for proper flame appearance and
glow on logs.
Installer Notice:
These instructions must
be left with the appliance.
Jumper
After carrying out all adjustments, block
the setting screws with paint, taking care
not to obstruct the breather orifice of the
pressure.
19) Stick the conversion label "This unit has
been converted to LPG" on the control
box cover.
Put back the modulator plastic cap.
20) Reverse steps 17 to 15.
21) Check manual for venting configurations.
22) Turn on gas supply and plug in power
cord.
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INSTALLATION
OPTIONAL BRICK
PANELS
1) Undo the bottom 2 door latches and open and
remove glass door. Remove logs.
LOG SET INSTALLATION
D) 251
E) 252
902-252
F)
902-156
G)
902-179/21
H)
A) 250
Front Right Cross Log
Embers
Vermiculite
Rockwool
The 3-digit numbers (i.e. 250) are
molded into the rear of each log.
B) 254
C) 253
2) Attach the 2 Rear Brick Retaining clips to the
rear wall. Loosen the screws in the top and
rear wall of the firebox and slide the retaining
clips into position (tight against the firebox top)
and then tighten the screws.
Note: The logs must not be in the unit.
3) Insert the back brick panel by carefully slipping
it between the back wall of the firebox and the
rear log bracket.
E) 252
pins with the flat side to the back.
902-153
NOTE: If you will be installing the optional
Brick Panels, install the Brick Panels
prior to installing the logs.
4) Place Log 254 on the front right side of the
burner. Push the back of the log against the
2 brackets with the notch on the bottom right
side of the log fitting into the right side of
Notch
the grate.
1) Carefully remove the logs from the box and
unwrap them. The logs are fragile, handle
with care - do not force into position.
Read the instructions below carefully and
refer to the diagrams. If logs are broken do not
use the unit until they are replaced. Broken
logs can interfere with the pilot operation.
254
Log Kit # 431-930 contains the following pieces:
4) Put the side panels in next. Slide them in from
the front and push them flat up against the
wall. Be very careful not to scratch them on
the firebox hardware.
A)
B)
C)
D)
250
254
253
251
Rear Log
Middle Cross Log
Front Left Cross Log
Rear Left Log
902-250
902-254
902-253
902-251
Bracket
Bracket
250
254
Vermiculite
Vermiculite
Vermiculite
2) Sprinkle the vermiculite and embers around
the firebox base.
5) Position Log 253 across the cutouts in Logs
250 and 254 with the notch on the left side
of the log fitting into the 2nd grate tab.
Cutouts
3) Place the Log 250 on the rear log support
5) Slide the Top Brick Panel into position and slide
the Top Brick Retaining clips so that they hold
the Top Brick Panel in place and tighten down
the screws.
253
250
250
254
2nd Grate Tab
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INSTALLATION
8) Pull off ember size pieces of rockwool and
gently place them on the front of the burner
tray in the places shown in the photo below.
Do not compress the rockwool, leave it loose.
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3
250
9) Test fire to ensure proper light off (make
254
6) Place the bottom left front edge of Log
251 against the left edge of the burner tray
and rest the log on the cutout on Log
253.
Diagram 1
Place rockwool in these 2 locations
on the burner tray.
250
sure flame flows smoothly from one end of
burner to the other). If there is any flame
hesitation, check that area for any blockage
of the burner ports.
25
3
251
254
10) Install flush glass and bay glass (if used) as
per instructions in this manual.
Diagram 2
FLUSH LOUVERS
1) Install the top louver by sliding the two
bracket clips into the brackets located
Cutout
7) Position Log 252 across the cutouts in Logs
254 and 253. The notch in the bottom right
end fitting against the 5th grate tab.
Use the hook to pull the spring out until you can
put the hook into the slot on the bottom door
bracket. Repeat for 2nd spring. See diagram 3.
To remove the flush door, reverse the above
steps.
Optional Flush Trim
2
25
Attach the round magnets to the back of the top
trim piece and to the bottom trim piece, then
attach trim to the top and bottom of Flush door.
Diagram 3
underneath the top of the firebox.
2) Install the bottom louver by folding the louver
down and then sliding the Bottom Louver
bracket down onto the 2 pins on the base
of the unit (dia. 1). Secure with 1 screw as
per diagram 2.
25
3
254
Note: Top and bottom louvers are different.
5th Grate Tab
250
25
3
251
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254
2
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INSTALLATION
STANDARD FLUSH
DOOR
The standard flush door comes with a black
frame. To install the frame, simply hook the top
door flange onto the top of the unit and swing
the door towards the unit, diagram 1. Be careful that the glass gasket does not roll up; there
must be a gap between the gasket and the door
lip to ensure that the door sits securely on the
unit. Diagram 2.
Diagram 1
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Diagram 2
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INSTALLATION
WIRING
This heater requires a 240V A.C. supply for the gas control to operate. A 240V A.C. power supply is needed for the fan/blower operation.
Caution: Ensure that the wires do
not touch any hot surfaces and are
away from sharp edges.
CAUTION: Label all wires prior
to disconnection when servicing controls. Wiring errors can
cause improper and dangerous
operation.
WARNING: Electrical Grounding Instructions
This appliance is equipped with a three pronged (grounding) plug for your protection against shock hazard and should be
plugged directly into a properly grounded three-prong receptacle. Do not cut or remove the grounding prong from this plug.
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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
COPY OF THE LIGHTING PLATE INSTRUCTIONS
WARNING:
DO NOT SPRAY AEROSOLS IN THE VICINITY OF
THIS APPLIANCE WHILE IN OPERATION.
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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
INSTALLATION
REMOTE CONTROL
SHUTDOWN
INSTRUCTIONS
Use the Regency Remote Control Kit approved
for this unit. Use of other systems may void your
warranty.
1) Press the ON/OFF button once.
The remote control kit comes with a hand held
transmitter and a wall mounting plate.
2) Turn off all electric power to the appliance if
service is to be performed.
1) Choose a convenient location to mount the
hand held transmitter, protection from
extreme heat is very important.
FIRST FIRE
The remote can also be used as a wall
thermostat.
The FIRST FIRE in your heater is part of the paint
curing process. To ensure that the paint is properly
cured, it is recommended that you burn your fireplace
for at least four (4) hours the first time you use it
with the fan on.
When first operated, the unit will release an odour
caused by the curing of the paint and the burning
off of any oils remaining from manufacturing. Smoke
detectors in the house may go off at this time. Open
a few windows to ventilate the room for a couple of
hours. The glass may require cleaning.
OPERATING
INSTRUCTIONS
Before operating this appliance, proceed through
the following check list.
1) Read and understand these Instructions before
operating this appliance.
2) Check to see that all wiring is correct and enclosed to prevent possible shock.
3) Check to ensure there are no gas leaks.
4) Make sure the three pieces of door glass are
properly positioned. Never operate the appliance with any of the glass removed or with the
door open.
5) Verify that all flueing and the cap is unobstructed.
6) Verify log placement.
NOTE: The main burner will always start on "HIGH"
and resume it's last setting after 20 seconds
of operation.
NOTE: When the glass is cold and the appliance
is lit, it may cause condensation and fog
the glass. This condensation is normal and
will disappear in a few minutes as the glass
heats up.
LIGHTING
INSTRUCTIONS
1) Plug the power cord into a power outlet.
2) Press and release the ON/OFF button once to
start the unit.
3) After approximately 3 seconds the spark ignition system will spark for 40 seconds to light
the main burner.
4) If the main burner does not light, reset the unit.
DO NOT ATTEMPT TO CLEAN THE GLASS
WHILE IT IS STILL HOT!
DO NOT BURN THE APPLIANCE WITHOUT
THE GLASS FRONT IN PLACE.
During the first few fires, a white film
may develop on the glass front as part
of the curing process. The glass should
be cleaned or the film will bake on and
become very difficult to remove. Use a
non-abrasive cleaner and NEVER clean
the glass while it is hot.
RESETTING
THE UNIT
1) Open the bottom louvre of the unit.
2) Press the reset button for approximately 3
seconds. It is located on the unit's control panel
once.
3) Wait for approximately 3 seconds and the pilot
sparks can be heard and seen. It would take 2
to 3 seconds for the flame to be lit.
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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
FAN OPERATION
Set the fan speed on the control panel located
in behind the bottom louvre.
Pressing and releasing the plus (+) FAN button
will change the fan speed as follows:
OFF -> LOW -> MEDIUM -> HIGH -> OFF, etc.
Pressing and releasing the minus (-) FAN button
will be the reverse of the above.
Fan:
Increase - If the unit is switched on, pressing
and releasing the fan plus (+) button once will
increase the fan speed to the next available
high setting.
NORMAL OPERATING
SOUNDS OF
GAS APPLIANCES
Decrease - If the unit is switched on, pressing
and releasing the fan minus (-) button once will
decrease the fan speed to the next available
low setting.
It is possible that you will hear some sounds
from your gas appliance. This is perfectly normal
due to the fact that there are various gauges
and types of steel used within your appliance.
Listed below are some examples. All are normal
operating sounds and should not be considered
as defects in your appliance.
PILOT ADJUSTMENT
Periodically check the pilot flames. The correct
flame pattern has 3 strong blue flames.
One flowing around the thermocouple, the
second flowing across the rear of the burner (it
does not have to be touching the burner) and the
third flame flowing tangent to the spark ignitor.
ADJUSTING FLAME
HEIGHT
NOTE: If you have an incorrect flame pattern, contact your Regency dealer for further
instructions.
There are six flame settings that can be adjusted
by pressing and releasing the plus (+) and minus
(-) FLAME button.
The FLAME setting button is located on the
control panel in behind the pedestal door.
Burner Tray:
The burner tray is positioned directly under the
burner tube(s) and logs and is made of a different gauge material from the rest of the firebox
and body. Therefore, the varying thicknesses of
steel will expand and contract at slightly different
rates which can cause "ticking" and "cracking"
sounds. You should also be aware that as there
are temperature changes within the unit these
sounds will likely re-occur. Again, this is normal
for steel fireboxes.
Gas Control Valve:
As the gas control valve turns ON and OFF, a
dull clicking sound may be audible, this is normal
operation of a gas regulator or valve.
Rear of Burner
SUMMARY OF
CONTROLS
On/Off Button
If the unit is switched off, pressing and releasing
this button once will switch the unit on. The unit
will resume its last settings.
Blower:
Regency gas appliances use high tech blowers
to push heated air farther into the room. It is not
unusual for the fan to make a "whirring" sound
when ON. This sound will increase or decrease
in volume depending on the speed setting of
your fan speed control.
An incorrect flame pattern will have small,
probably yellow flames, not coming into
proper contact with the rear of the burner or
thermopile.
Unit Body/Firebox:
Different types and thicknesses of steel will
expand and contract at different rates resulting
in some "cracking" and "ticking" sounds will be
heard throughout the cycling process.
If the unit is switched on, pressing and releasing
this button once will switch the unit off.
Flame:
Increase - If the unit is switched on, pressing
and releasing the flame plus (+) button once will
increase the flame height to the next available
high setting.
Decrease - If the unit is switched on, pressing
and releasing the flame minus (-) button once
will decrease the flame height to the next available low setting.
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Rear of Burner
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MAINTENANCE
WARNING: CHILDREN AND
ADULTS SHOULD BE ALERTED
TO THE HAZARDS OF HIGH
SURFACE TEMPERATURE AND
SHOULD STAY AWAY TO AVOID
BURNS OR CLOTHING IGNITION.
YOUNG CHILDREN SHOULD BE
CAREFULLY SUPERVISED WHEN
THEY ARE IN THE SAME ROOM AS
THE APPLIANCE.
CLOTHING OR OTHER FLAMMABLE MATERIAL SHOULD NOT
BE PLACED ON OR NEAR THE
APPLIANCE.
DO NOT USE THIS APPLIANCE
IF ANY PART HAS BEEN UNDER
WATER. IMMEDIATELY CALL AN
AUTHORIZED SERVICE TECHNICIAN TO INSPECT THE APPLIANCE AND TO REPLACE ANY
PART OF CONTROL SYSTEM AND
ANY GAS CONTROL WHICH HAS
BEEN UNDER WATER.
CAUTION: ANY SAFETY SCREEN
OR GUARD REMOVED FOR SERVICING AN APPLIANCE MUST BE
REPLACED PRIOR TO OPERATING THE APPLIANCE.
MAINTENANCE
INSTRUCTIONS
Any maintenance required accessing the
glass door of the unit must be performed
by an authorized service person.
1) Always unplug the power cord before
cleaning. For relighting, refer to lighting
instructions. Keep the burner and control
compartment clean by brushing and vacuuming at least once a year. When cleaning
the logs, use a soft clean brush as the logs
are fragile and easily damaged.
2) Clean glass (never when unit is hot), appliance, louvres, and door with a damp cloth.
Never use an abrasive cleaner. The gold
louvres (and optional gold door) may be
scratched if abrasives are used to clean
them.
The heater is finished in a heat resistant
paint and should only be refinished with
heat resistant paint (not with wall paint).
Regency uses StoveBright Paint - Metallic
Black #6309.
3) Make a periodic check of burner for proper
position and condition. Visually check the
flame of the burner periodically, making sure
the flames are steady; not lifting or floating. If
there is a problem, call an authorized service
person.
General Flue Maintenance
Conduct an inspection of the flueing system semiannually. Recommended areas to inspect as follows:
1) Check the Flueing System for corrosion in areas
that are exposed to the elements. These will
appear as rust spots or streaks, and in extreme
cases, holes. These components should be
replaced immediately.
2) Remove the Cap, and shine a flashlight down
the Flue. Remove any bird nests, or other foreign
material.
3) Check for evidences of excessive condensation,
such as water droplets forming
in the inner liner, and subsequently dripping out
the joints, Continuous condensation can cause
corrosion of caps, pipe, and fittings. It may be
caused by having excessive lateral runs, too
many elbows, and exterior portions of the system
being exposed to cold weather.
4) Inspect joints, to verify that no pipe sections or
fittings have been disturbed, and consequently
loosened. Also check mechanical supports such
as Wall Straps, or plumbers' tape for rigidity.
5) Reverse the previous steps, replace the glass
clips and fasten with the nuts but do not over
tighten, as this can break the glass.
6) Replace door on the stove and check the seal.
4) The appliance and flueing system must be
inspected before use, and at least annually, by an authorized field service person,
to ensure that the flow of combustion and
ventilation air is not obstructed.
During the annual service call, the burners
should be removed from the burner tray and
cleaned. Replace the embers - do not block
the pilot or burner ports.
5) Keep the area near the appliance clear and
free from combustible materials, gasoline
and other flammable vapours and liquids
6) Verify proper operation after servicing.
.
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MAINTENANCE
GOLD-PLATED or
BRASS LOUVERS/TRIM
The 24 carat gold-plated or brass finish on the
louvers and trim requires little maintenance,
and need only be cleaned with a damp cloth.
DO NOT use abrasive materials or chemical
cleaners, as they may harm the finish and void
the warranty. Clean any fingerprints off before
turning the unit on.
LOG REPLACEMENT
The unit should never be used with broken logs.
Turn off the gas valve and allow the unit to cool
before opening door and carefully remove the
logs. (The pilot light generates enough heat to
burn someone.) If for any reason a log should
need replacement, you must use the proper
replacement log. The position of these logs
must be as shown in the diagrams under Log
Installation.
Note: Improper positioning of logs may create carbon build-up and will severely
alter the unit's performance which is
not covered under warranty.
GLASS GASKET
If the glass gasket requires replacement use
5/8" flat glass gasket for the Bay Front (Part
# 936-243) and a tadpole glass gasket for the
Flush Front (Part # 936-155).
Flush Glass Replacement
Remove the flush door front. Remove the 4
glass clips from each corner. Slide in the new
replacement glass. Push the 4 glass clips back
onto the frame. The glass must have gasketing around it.
DOOR GLASS
Your Regency stove is supplied with high
temperature, 5 mm Neoceram ceramic glass
that will withstand the highest heat that your
unit will produce. If your glass requires cleaning, we recommend using an approved glass
cleaner available at all authorized dealers. Do
not use abrasive materials. Do not clean the
glass when hot.
In the event that you break your glass by impact,
purchase your replacement from an authorized
Regency dealer only, and follow our step-by-step
instructions for replacement.
WARNING: Do not operate the appliance with the glass panels removed,
cracked or broken. Replacement of
the glass panels should be done by a
licensed or qualified service person.
Caution: Wear gloves when removing damaged or broken glass.
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MAINTENANCE
FAN REPLACEMENT
1) Shut off the power supply.
7) Unplug the black wire from the resister.
2) Remove the top louvre.
8) Carefully slide the fan to the front left side of the unit.
3) Remove the glass door.
4) Remove the 3 screws which secure the manual control box to the
bottom louvre and remove the bottom louvre.
9) Remove the screw which holds the ground wire and disconnect all
electrical connectors that are attached to the fan.
Ground Wire
Manual Control Box
10) Pull out the fan.
5) Unplug the 6 pin Molex connector and carefully pull out the ECS
box.
11) Reverse steps to install new fan.
ECS Box
6 Pin Molex
Connector
6) Remove the electric cover by undoing the 2 screws, pull out the
grommet and the harness.
Electric Cover
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MAINTENANCE
REMOVING VALVE TRAY
8) Remove the 10 Philips screws which secure the valve tray assembly.
1) Shut off the gas supply.
2) Remove the louvres.
3) Open the flush door and remove door.
4) Remove the logs.
5) Remove the burner/grate assembly by removing the 2 Philips head
screws and then lift the burner assembly out.
9) Unplug the 2 orange wires from the Gas Pressure Electric Modulator.
10) Unplug the 5 pin Molex Connector from the valve.
11) Unplug the ignitor and flame cables from the module and then lift the
entire valve tray assembly out.
Flame
Cable
Ignitor
Cable
Remove the left and right screws and then lift
out the burner/grate assembly.
6) Remove the rear log log stand by removing the 2 screws.
2 Orange
Wires
5 Pin Molex
Connector
Module
Rear Log Stand
7) Disconnect the inlet gas line.
Valve Tray Assembly
12) To replace the burner tray assembly reverse these instructions.
13) Check for any gas leaks.
14) Check for proper flame appearance and glow on logs.
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PARTS LIST
ELECTRONIC COMPONENTS PARTS LIST
910-915
910-082
910-089
910-088
910-912
910-084
910-526
910-080
910-906
910-521, 910-522, 910-523
910-083 910-514
910-922
FG37
FG38
FG39
PG33
PG36 /
PG36D
HG35
PG121/
PG131

910-936 Intermittent Pilot












910-082 Direct Spark Ignitor
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
910-089 Flame Cable
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
910-088 Spark Cable
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
910-084 Control Box















N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A














(2)
*N/A
(2)
(2)
N/A*
(2)
910-909 Fan Resistor
910-527 Manual Control Switch
910-080 Valve
910-521
910-522
910-523
910-525
Control Box Cable (1)
Control Box Cable (2)
Control Box Cable (3)
Control Box Cable (4)
N/A
IG35

N/A
IG34


N/A
N/A
N/A
(1)
(3)
(4)
910-912 Ignition Module to
Valve Cable
N/A
N/A
N/A






910-906 Reset Switch

N/A





N/A

910-083 Ignition Module (1)
910-922 Ignition Module (2)
(2)
(1)
(2)
(1)
(2)
N/A
910-527 Manual Control Switch





910-935 Manual Control Switch
N/A
N/A
N/A
910-514 Jumper Wire
(2)
(2)
(2)
(2)
(2)



N/A
N/A




N/A
N/A



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**Note: The Control Box Cable wires for the FG38 come separately: 910-502, 910-505, 910-506, 910-507, 910-509
The Control Box Cable wires for the IG35 come separately: 910-530, 910-504, 910-528
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PARTS LIST
Main Assembly
Part #
Description
1) 948-247
2) *
Door Handle
Thermodisc Bracket
13) 948-045
14) 948-115
#12 Jack Chain
Door Extension Spring
20) 430-031
21) 430-032
Top Nailing Strip
Side Nailing Strip
22) 433-017
Firebox Baffle
23) 433-011F Top Standoff
24) 511-044 Standoff - Side
790-091 Standoff - Rear
26) *
27) *
28) *
30) *
31) *
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Louver Hold Down
Outer Flue Collar
Inner Flue Collar Assembly
Gasket - Flue Collar
Flue Mounting Plate
Part #
432-901
432-902
432-903
33) *
34) *
35) *
36) *
37) 430-056
38) 430-057
89)
90) 946-000
91) 946-002
92) 946-001
93) 946-007
95) 946-006
96) 946-005
Description
Part #
Description
Brick Panel Set - Standard Brown
102) 946-010 Flexible Air Duct
Brick Panel Set - Standard Red
946-038 Insulation 6" dia. x 24"
Brick Panel Set - Herringbone Brown
104) 690-022F Cover Plate
Brick Panel - Rear
Brick Panel - Left Side
433-968 Conversion Kit - NG to LPG
Brick Panel - Right Side
Brick Panel - Top
510-994 Dura-Flue Adaptor
918-649 Manual
Brick Clip - Top
Brick Clip - Bottom
*Not available as a replacement part.
946-004
Junction Box
Round Duct Adaptor
Round to Oval Adaptor
Oval Duct Adaptor
Angle Bracket
Grill Plate - White
Wall Adaptor Plate - White
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PARTS LIST
Burner & Log Assembly
Part
53) 430-055
436-578/P
436-580/P
Description
Gasket - Valve Access Plate - NG / LPG
Valve Assy - NG
Valve Assy - LPG
59) * Firebox Base
60) * Valve Tray
66) 910-936
Pilot Assembly - NG
904-568
Orifice #44 - NG
904-163
Orifice #54 - LPG
904-575
Orifice #55 - ULPG
936-170
Orifice Gasket
67) * Pilot Holder
68) W840470
Pilot Assembly Gasket
79) 433-525
Burner Assy - NG / LPG
82) 433-024
Burner Grate Assembly - NG / LPG
83) * Rear Log Support Bracket - NG / LPG
85) 431-930
Log Set
86) 430-097
Air Deflector - Left
87) 433-018
Air Deflector - Right
*Not available as a replacement part.
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PARTS LIST
Flush Front & Louvers
Part #
430-918
Flush Louvers (set) - Gold / Black (Option)
430-922
430-923
133) *
430-162
134) *
Flush Louvers (set) - Black (Option)
Flush Louvers (set) - Black / Steel (Option)
Flush Louver Assy - Top
Front Deflector
Flush Louver Assy - Bottom
433-538
135) 940-088/P
137) 904-691
139) 936-155
140) 948-042
Flush Door Assembly Complete
Glass (Flush)
U-Clip
Glass Gasket (Tadpole)
Spring Hinge - Black
430-940
157) *
159) *
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Description
Part #
Description
158) *
Finishing Trim Top
179) 948-216
Regency Logo Plate
*Not available as a replacement part.
Finishing Trim (Set) - Black (Option)
Finishing Trim Left
Finishing Trim Right
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Regency PG33 Gas Inbuilt
WARRANTY
Regency Fireplace Products are designed with reliability and simplicity in mind. In addition, our internal Quality Assurance Team carefully inspects each unit thoroughly before it leaves our door. Regency Industries Ltd.
is pleased to extend this limited lifetime warranty to the original purchaser of a Regency Product.
The Warranty: Lifetime
Covered under the agreement are the following components:
Combustion chamber, heat exchanger, burner tubes, logs, embers, glass (thermal breakage) and all gold plating
(against defective manufacture).
The above will be covered for parts and labour for the first five years and parts only thereafter.
Electrical components such as fans, switches, wiring, thermodiscs, remote control, thermopiles, thermocouples and
gas valves are covered for one year from the date of purchase.
Conditions:
All installations must be performed by an authorised gas fitter and installed according to all applicable local and national
codes. Also, all service work must be carried out by an authorised gas service person. It is the responsibility of the
installer to ensure that the appliance is firing as per rating plate. Any part or parts of this unit which in our judgement
show evidence of such defect will be repaired or replaced at Regency's option, through an accredited distributor or
agent provided that the defective part be returned to the distributor or agent Transportation Prepaid, if requested.
In areas where there is not an approved service agent or the closest approved service agent is situated more than
thirty(30) kilometres from the installation, Regency is not obliged to arrange warranty repairs and travel and/or additional labour charges will apply.
Exclusions:
This limited Lifetime Warranty does not extend to or include paint, door or glass gasketing or trim. It does not cover
installation and operational related problems such as over-firing, downdrafts or spillage caused by environmental
conditions, nearby trees, buildings, hilltops, mountains, inadequate flueing or ventilation, excessive offsets, negative
air pressures caused by insufficient make up air, mechanical systems such as furnaces, fans, clothes dryers etc.
The warranty does not extend to any part or parts which show evidence of misuse or abuse, neglect, accident or lack
of maintenance.
Products made by other manufacturers and used in conjunction with the operation of this appliance without authorization from Regency, may nullify your warranty on this product.
Regency, shall in no event be liable for any special, indirect consequential damages of any nature whatsoever which
are in excess of the original purchase price of the product. Any alteration to the unit which causes sooting or carbonning that results in damage to the exterior facia is not the responsibility of Regency.
General:
It is essential that all submitted claims provide all of the necessary information including purchase date, serial #, type
of unit and part or parts requested.
DISTRIBUTORS:
Western Australia
Eastern Australia
Air Group Australia
Fireplace Products Australia PTY. Ltd.
28-30 Division St.
1-3 Conquest Way
Welshpool, WA 6106
Hallam, VIC 3803
08 9350 2200
03 9799 7277
NOTE: PLEASE RETAIN YOUR INVOICE AS PROOF OF PURCHASE FOR WARRANTY
VERIFICATION
INCORRECT INSTALLATION OR GAS PRESSURE SETTINGS ARE NOT COVERED BY
WARRANTY
A SERVICE OR CALLOUT FEE WILL BE CHARGED IN THESE CIRCUMSTANCES.
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