OWNER’S MANUAL ECONOMY SERIES SP23 SP23 SP23i

OWNER’S MANUAL ECONOMY SERIES SP23 SP23 SP23i
ECONOMY SERIES SP23
SP23
SP23i
OWNER’S MANUAL
• WARNING: IF YOUR APPLIANCE IS NOT PROPERLY INSTALLED A HOUSE FIRE MAY RESULT. FOR YOUR SAFETY, FOLLOW THE INSTALLATION DIRECTIONS. CONTACT LOCAL
BUILDING OR FIRE OFFICIALS ABOUT RESTRICTIONS AND INSTALLATION INSPECTION
REQUIREMENTS IN YOUR AREA.
• PLEASE read this entire manual before installation and use of this pellet fuel-burning
room heater. Failure to follow these instructions could result in property damage, bodily
injury, or even death.
• Save these instructions.
PROFESSIONAL INSTALLATION IS HIGHLY RECOMMENDED
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This unit is not intended to be used as a primary source of heat.
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
Certified to comply with 2015 particulate emissions standards.
Breckwell
227 Industrial Park Road, South Pittsburg, TN
(800) 750-2723 www.breckwell.com
852187C-1904E
INTRODUCTION
This manual describes the installation and operation of the Breckwell, SP23 wood heater. This heater meets the 2015 U.S.
Environmental Protection Agency's crib wood emission limits for wood heaters sold after May 15, 2015. Under specific test
conditions this heater has been shown to deliver heat at rates ranging from 6,569 to 34,785 Btu/hr.”
Thank you for purchasing the Breckwell Pellet Burning Stove, you are now prepared to burn wood in the most efficient,
convenient way possible. To achieve the safest, most efficient and most enjoyable performance from your stove, you must
do three things: 1) Install it properly; 2) Operate it correctly; and 3) Maintain it regularly. The purpose of this manual is to
help you do all three.
PLEASE read this entire manual before installation and use of this pellet fuel-burning room heater. Failure to follow
these instructions could result in property damage, bodily injury or even death.
Keep this manual handy for future reference.
This stove has been independently tested to ASTM E1509-12 Standard Specification for Room Heaters, Pellet Fuel Burning
Type 1, ULC-S627 Standard for Solid Fuel Room Heaters, ULC-S628 and Oregon Administrative Rules for Mobile Homes
(814-23-900 through 814-23-909) and Installation as a Stove Heater.
This pellet stove, 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.
The authority having jurisdiction (such as municipal building department, fire department, fire prevention bureau,
etc.) should be consulted before installation to determine the need to obtain a permit.
This appliance is designed specifically for use only with pelletized wood. It is designed for residential installation according
to current national and local building codes as a freestanding room heater. It is also approved as a mobile home heater
which is designed for connection to an outside combustion air source.
The stove will not operate using natural draft or without a power source for the blower systems and fuel feed system and
must not be burned with any type of coal (see PROPER FUEL).
This stove is designed to provide the optimum proportions of fuel and air to the fire in order to burn free of smoke and soot.
Any blockage of the air supply to or from the stove will seriously degrade its performance and will be evidenced by a smoking exhaust and a sooting window. For best operation the ash content of the pellet fuel should be less than 1% and the
calorific value approximately 8200 BTU/LB. Avoid high ash content fuels because this will rapidly fill up the burn pot and
eventually cut off the combustion air supply.
Commercial and industrial installations of Breckwell Pellet Stoves should not be used since operational control is often not
well managed in these settings.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION
Model: __SP23 or SP23I
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Purchase Date: ____________________
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SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
Keep foreign objects out of the hopper.
The stove will not operate during a power outage.
If an outage does occur, check the stove for smoke
spillage and open a window if any smoke spills into
the room.
Disconnect the power cord before performing any
maintenance or repairs on the stove.
NOTE: Turning the stove “off” does not disconnect
all power from the stove.
During the start up period; 1) DO NOT open the
viewing door; 2) DO NOT open the damper more
than ¼”; 3) DO NOT add pellets to the burnpot by
hand; 4) DO NOT use the Fuel Feed button (unless you are priming the auger after running out of
pellets) as a dangerous condition could result.
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Never block free airflow through the open vents of
the stove.
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Never use gasoline, gasoline-type lantern fuel,
kerosene, charcoal lighter fluid, or similar liquids
to start or “freshen up” a fire in this stove. Keep all
such liquids well away from the stove while in use.
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Do not operate your stove if you smell smoke coming from it. Turn it off, monitor it, and call your
dealer.
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Never try to repair or replace any part of the stove
unless instructions are given in this manual. All other
work should be done by a trained technician.
Do not throw this manual away. This manual has
important operating and maintenance instructions
that you will need at a later time. Always follow the
instructions in this manual.
Do not place clothing or other flammable items on or
near the stove.
The viewing door must be closed and latched during
operation.
Do not operate the stove if the flame becomes dark
and sooty or if the burnpot overfills with pellets. Turn
the stove off, periodically inspect it, and call your
dealer.
Hot while in operation. Keep children, clothing, and
furniture away. Contact may cause skin burns. Educate all children of the danger of a high temperature
stove. Young children should be supervised when
they are in the same room as the stove.
Do not unplug the stove if you suspect a malfunction. Turn the stove off, periodically inspect it, and
call your dealer.
If the stove is installed in a room without air conditioning, or in an area where direct sunlight can shine
on the unit, it is possible this can cause the temperature of the stove to rise to operational levels; one of
the sensors could then make the stove start on its
own. It is recommended that the stove be unplugged
when not in use for extended amounts of time (i.e.
during the summer months).
Contact your local building officials to obtain a permit and information on any installation restrictions
or inspection requirements in your area. Notify
your insurance company of this stove as well.
The exhaust system must be completely airtight
and properly installed. The pellet vent joints must
be sealed with RTV 500°F (260°C) silicone sealant,
and with UL-181-AP foil tape.
This unit must be properly installed to prevent the
possibility of a house fire. The instructions must be
strictly adhered to. Do not use makeshift methods
or compromise in the installation.
Allow the stove to cool before carrying out any maintenance or cleaning. Ashes must be disposed in a
metal container with a tight lid and placed on a no
combustible surface well away from the home structure.
Your stove requires periodic maintenance and
cleaning. Failure to maintain your stove may lead
to smoke spillage in your home.
This stove must be connected to a standard 120
V., 60 Hz
grounded electrical outlet. Do not use an adapter
plug or sever the grounding plug. Do not route the
electrical cord underneath, in front of, or over the
stove.
The exhaust system should be checked, at a minimum, at least twice a year for any build up of soot
or creosote.
This stove is designed and approved for pelletized
wood fuel only. Any other type of fuel burned in this
heater will void the warranty and safety listing.
When installed in a mobile home, the stove must be
bolted to the floor, have outside air, and NOT BE
INSTALLED IN A BEDROOM (Per H.U.D. requirements). Check with local building officials.
Breckwell Hearth Products grants no warranty,
implied or stated, for the installation or maintenance of your stove, and assumes no responsibility of any consequential damage(s).
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INSTALLATION
SPECIFICATIONS
SIDEWALL
*
3”
ADJACENT WALL
WITH
VERTICAL
EXHAUST
3”
1”
3”
8 1/4”
(TOP)
3”
9”
(SIDEWALL)
1”
ADJACENT WALL
BACKWALL
FIGURE 1
36” MAX.
40 1/2” MIN.
3”
* 3”
48” MIN.
FREESTANDING:
Width: 22 ½”
Height: 28 ½” (with legs), 29” (with pedestal)
Depth: 27” (excluding ash lip)
Weight: 210 lbs.
Pedestal: 40 lbs.
Legs: 13 lbs.
Flue size: 3” or 4”
Hopper Capacity: Up to 60 lbs.
(this can vary widely depending on pellet size, length, and diameter)
EPA status: exempt
Burn time: 1 lb. to 5 lbs. per hour
BTU range: 8,200 to 47,000
Approved installations: mobile home, alcove, conventional
FIREPLACE INSERT:
Width: 21” (With flashing: 42”)
Height: 20” (With flashing: 30” or 32”)
(depending on which size of flashing used)
Depth: 22 ¾ ”
In fireplace: 11 ½ ”
Weight: 185 lbs.
Flashing: 13 lbs.
Flue size: 3” or 4”
Hopper Capacity: Up to 60 lbs.
(this can vary widely depending on pellet size, length, and diameter)
EPA status: exempt
Burn time: 1 lb. to 5 lbs. per hour
Approved installations: zero-clearance, masonry, as a built-in.
PREPARATION
9”
(TOP)
9”
(TOP)
9 3/4”
(SIDEWALL)
9 3/4”
(SIDEWALL)
FIGURE 2
6”
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12”
L
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Factory packaging must be removed, and some minor assembly work is required prior
to installation. Access to the rear of the stove is necessary. The circuit board/control
panel must be unpacked and installed in the side flashing on the insert or side panel on
the freestanding. (See installation instructions provided with the circuit board)
NOTE: Normally, your dealer will perform these functions.
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CLEARANCES
The Breckwell SP23 Freestanding has been tested and listed for installation in residential, mobile home and alcove applications. The SP23 Insert is approved for installation
into code complying masonry fireplaces. The SP23 is also approved for use in listed
factory built fireplaces (UL 127) and standard residential built-ins (see As A Built-In Fireplace),
including Mobile Home built-in installations, of the following description: all brands at least 33”
wide and 20 ½” high. FLOOR PROTECTION: Freestanding installations, minimum 22” wide by
31” deep. The stove must be placed on a continuous (grouted joints) noncombustible material
such as ceramic tile, cement board, brick, 3/8” millboard or equivalent, or other approved or listed
material suited for floor protection. NOTE: ceramic tile, or any tile, requires a continuous sheet
beneath to prevent the possibility of embers falling through to the combustible floor if cracks or
separation should occur in the finished surface, this would include floor protection for Built-in
raised hearths. Check local codes for approved alternatives.
THE MATERIAL(S) USED MUST HAVE, OR COMBINE TO HAVE, A MINIMUM INSULATIVE
RATING OF ‘R1’. Clearances are measured from the sides, back and face (door opening) or
stove body (refer to fig. 4).
DO NOT USE MAKESHIFT MATERIALS OR COMPROMISES IN THE INSTALLATION OF THIS
UNIT. INSTALL VENT WITH CLEARANCES SPECIFIED BY THE VENT MANUFACTURER.
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FIGURE
3 3
FIGURE
22
31”
6”
FLOOR PROTECTION
FIGURE 4
FIGURE 4
INSTALLATION
COMBUSTION AIR SUPPLY
For a mobile home installation the stove must be connected to
an outside source of combustion air. A 2” inside diameter metallic pipe, either flexible or rigid, may be attached to the inlet at the
stove’s rear (refer to figures 5 and 6). A rodent guard (minimum ¼”
wire mesh)/wind hood must be used at the terminus (refer to figure
7). All connections must be secured and airtight by either using the
appropriately sized hose clamp and/or UL-181-AP foil tape.
For mobile home installations only: 2” inside diameter pipe may be
used for the first 5 feet of combustion air supply run. From 5 to 10
feet use 2 ¾” inside diameter pipe. No combustion air supply may
exceed 10 feet.
Sources of Outside Combustion Air
a. In fireplaces
• Chimney top.
• Ash clean out door.
b. For freestanding installations
• A hole in floor near stove rear terminating only in a ventilated crawl space.
• A hole in the wall behind the stove.
WHEN OUTSIDE AIR IS NOT USED
If outside air is not used, it is important that combustion air is easily available to the air inlet. A closeable outside air register can
be used in tightly insulated homes. In insert installations, flashing
vents should not be restricted. The flashing should not necessarily
seal the fireplace face.
IMPORTANCE OF PROPER DRAFT
Draft is the force which moves air from the appliance up through
the chimney. The amount of draft in your chimney depends on the
length of the chimney, local geography, nearby obstructions and
other factors. Too much draft may cause excessive temperatures
in the appliance. Inadequate draft may cause backpuffing into the
room and ‘plugging’ of the chimney.
Inadequate draft will cause the appliance to leak smoke into the
room through appliance and chimney connector joints.
An uncontrollable burn or excessive temperature indicates excessive draft.
Take into account the chimney’s location to insure it is not too close
to neighbors or in a valley which may cause unhealthy or nuisance
conditions.
C
L
REAR
EXHAUST
4 7/8”
COMBUSTION
AIR INLET
2 3/8”
11 1/4” 11 3/4”
11 1/4” 10 3/4”
FIGURE 5
C
L
REAR
EXHAUST
COMBUSTION
AIR INLET
2 5/8”
2 3/16”
4 7/8”
2 3/8”
FIGURE 6
TRIM
COLLAR
VENTING
The Breckwell SP23 Freestanding is certified for use with listed
VENTILATED
RODENT
CRAWL SPACE
TYPE L-Vent, 3” or 4” diameter in size. The stove was tested with
GUARD
FIGURE 7
Simpson Duravent brand. Class “A” chimney is not required. Refer
to the instructions provided by the vent manufacturer, especially when passing through a wall, ceiling or roof.
This is a pressurized exhaust system. All vent connector joints must be sealed with 500OF (260OC) RTV silicone sealant
to ensure consistent performance and avoid smoke spillage. All horizontal connector joints must be sealed with UL-181-AP
foil tape. We recommend that all vertical vent connector joints be secured with a minimum of 3 screws.
It is strongly recommended that you have a minimum of 6’ of vertical pipe in your exhaust system. For best performance of
the stove limit the number of elbows and horizontal pipe as much as possible.
DO NOT CONNECT THIS UNIT TO A CHIMNEY FLUE SERVING ANOTHER APPLIANCE.
DO NOT INSTALL A FLUE DAMPER IN THE EXHAUST VENTING SYSTEM OF THIS UNIT.
INSTALL VENT AT CLEARANCES SPECIFIED BY THE VENT MANUFACTURER.
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INSTALLATION
EQUIVALENT VENT LENGTH (EVL)
The longer the run of pipe in your installation (both with insert
and freestanding models), the more restriction there is in the
system. Therefore, larger diameter pipe should be used.
•
Use 4” pipe if you have more than 15 feet of equivalent
vent length.
•
Horizontal runs shall not exceed 10 feet of EVL.
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Recommended vertical runs to be a minimum of 8 feet.
•
To calculate EVL, use the following conversions:
90º elbow or “T”
= 5 equivalent feet
45º elbow
= 3 equivalent feet
Horizontal Pipe Run
= 1 equivalent foot per actual foot
Vertical Pipe Run
= 0.5 equivalent foot per actual foot
PLUG 2 FRONT HOLES
WITH CARRAGE BOLTS
AND NUTS
NOTE: At altitudes above 3,000 feet, we suggest the use of
4” diameter vent at an EVL of 7 feet or more.
FREESTANDING INSTALLATIONS
A. ASSEMBLING PEDESTAL OR LEG SET
(Refer to figure 8)
If using a pedestal, follow the instructions inside the Breckwell SP23 Pedestal w/ Ash pan.
If using cast legs, follow the instructions inside the Breckwell
SP23 Leg Set w/ Ash pan.
Legs are installed by inserting the four bolts provided in the
kit into the four holes in the bottom plate of the stove at each
corner from the top, thread on the nuts from the bottom and
tighten.
FIGURE 8
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INSTALLATION
B. HORIZONTALLY THROUGH WALL (refer to Figure 9)
NOTE: Follow L-Vent chimney manufacturer’s instructions.
1. Position stove, adhering to clearances shown in Figures 1 & 2.
2. Locate position of hole in wall; directly behind stove exhaust vent (refer to figure 5).
3. Always maintain 3” clearance from combustible materials.
4. Install L-Vent wall thimble per L-Vent manufacturer’s instructions.
5. Attach enough piping to penetrate and extend at least 6” beyond exterior walls. A minimum 8-foot vertical pipe run is
suggested where possible to reduce the possibility of smoke spillage in the event of a loss of negative pressure.
6. Attach cap and seal outside wall thimbles with non-hardening waterproof mastic.
7. Termination should not be located so that hot exhaust gases can ignite trees, shrubs, or grasses or be a hazard to children. Exhaust gases can reach temperatures of 500ºF and cause serious burns if touched.
Locate terminations: a) not less than 3 feet above any forced air inlet located within 10 feet; b) not less than 4 feet below or
horizontally from, or one foot above, any door, window or gravity air inlet into any building; c) not less than two feet from an
adjacent building and not less than 7 feet above grade when located adjacent to a public walkway.
VERTICAL ROOF VENT
WALL
THIMBLE
L-VENT
ADAPTER
WALL STRAP
SEE VENT MANUFACTURER
FOR NUMBER AND SPACING
6” MINIMUM CLEARANCE
TO ANY COMBUSTIBLE
SURFACE
CLEAN-OUT TEE
A 90 DEGREE ELBOW
MAY ALSO BE USED
TO
APPLIANCE
6” MINIMUM CLEARANCE
FIGURE 9
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INSTALLATION
C. VERTICALLY WITH NEW CHIMNEY SYSTEM (Refer to
Figure 10)
NOTE: Follow L-Vent chimney manufacturer’s instructions.
12” MINIMUM CLEARANCE
TO ROOF
VERTICAL ROOF VENT
ATTIC
INSULATION
SHIELD
OPTION: To achieve a center vertical installation a 45º elbow
and a clean-out tee can be used to offset the pipe from the
exhaust outlet to the rear center of the stove.
OPTION: Install L-Vent elbow in place of clean-out tee. Locate stove. Drop plumb bob to center of tee outlet, mark point
on ceiling. Install ceiling support and L-Vent pipe per L-Vent
manufacturer’s instructions.
3” MINUMUM
CLEARANCES TO
COMBUSTIBLES
3” MINUMUM
CLEARANCES TO
COMBUSTIBLES
1. Always maintain 3” clearance from combustible materials. When passing through additional floors or ceilings,
L -VENT ADAPTER
always install firestop spacer.
2. After lining up for hole in roof, cut either around or square
hole in roof, always 3” larger all the way around pipe. InTO
stall upper edge and sides of flashing under roofing mate- APPLIANCE
rials, nail to the roof along upper edge. Do not nail lower
edge. Seal nail heads with non-hardening waterproof
mastic.
CLEANOUT
TEE
FIGURE 10
3. Apply non-hardening, waterproof mastic where the storm
collar will meet the vent and flashing. Slide storm collar
down until it sits on the flashing. Seal and install cap.
EXISTING
CHIMNEY
SYSTEM
D. VERTICALLY INTO EXISTING CHIMNEY SYSTEM
Adapters are available to adapt from 3” L-Vent to 6” or 8”
Class-A chimney. (Figure 11a)
As an alternative, 3” or 4” L-Vent can be run inside existing
chimney to termination. (Figure 11b)
This is the preferred method.
PELLET VENT TO
CHIMNEY ADAPTER
(SPV-CA)
UNIVERSAL
CONNECTOR
Follow guidelines for equivalent vent length.
FIGURE 11a
EXISTING
CHIMNEY
SYSTEM
PELLET
VENT
NOTE:
THIS METHOD
IS PREFERRED
FIGURE 11b
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45 DEGREE ELBOW
INSTALLATION
E. VERTICALLY INTO EXISTING MASONRY FIREPLACE
NOTE: Follow L-Vent chimney manufacturer’s instructions.
1. Have the masonry chimney inspected by a qualified chimney sweep or installer to determine its structural condition.
2. You will need a pipe length equal to the chimney height from the hearth. If outside combustion air is to be used, you will
need a pipe length equal to the chimney height plus 18 inches.
3. Install a blanking plate and the chimney pipe, and if used the outside air pipe, as shown in Figure 12.
4. Attach the L-Vent adapter, a section of pipe and clean out tee, making sure the clean out tee is centered in the chimney
flue area. Use RTV, metallic tape, and a minimum of three self-taping screws at all joint connections to ensure a tight
seal.
5. Position the stove, adhering to the clearances in Figures 1 & 2.
6. Measure and build chimney top plate. Cut out holes for chimney pipe, and if used the outside air pipe. Install and seal
with non-hardening mastic to prevent water leakage. Install vent cap.
F. INSTALLATION THROUGH SIDE OF MASONRY CHIMNEY
NOTE: Follow L-Vent chimney manufacturer’s instructions.
1. Position the stove, adhering to the clearances in Figures 1 & 2. Mark the center of the hole where the pipe is to pierce
the masonry chimney.
2. It will be necessary to break out the masonry around the location of the pipe center mark. Use a 4-inch diameter hole
for 3-inch pipe and 5-inch diameter hole for 4-inch pipe.
3. Measure and build chimney top plate. Cut out holes for chimney pipe, and if used the outside air pipe.
4. Install the tee on the bottom of the vertical pipe system and lower it down the chimney until the center branch of the tee
is level with the center of the hole in the masonry, as shown in Figure 13.
5. Install and seal the top plate from step 3 with non-hardening mastic. Slip the storm collar over the pipe, and while holding
the pipe at the proper elevation, affix the collar with a minimum of three ¼” stainless steel sheet metal screws. Seal all
joints and seams around the collar.
6. Connect the horizontal pipe by pushing it through the hole in the masonry and lining it up with the branch in the tee. Push
the pipe into the tee while twisting it to lock it into the tee.
7. If desired, once the horizontal pipe is in place, the space between the pipe and masonry may be filled with high-temperature grout.
8. Install the trim collar. An adjustable pipe length and adapter may be needed to finish the connection to the stove.
TOP PLATE
(SEAL TO CHIMNEY TOP
WITH NON-HARDENING
MASTIC)
6”
3”
6”
3”
NOTE:
FOLLOW METAL
CHIMNEY INSTALLATION
INSTRUCTIONS
EXTENSION TO CHIMNEY TOP
REQUIRED.
NOTE:
FOLLOW METAL
CHIMNEY INSTALLATION
INSTRUCTIONS
TOP PLATE
(SEAL TO CHIMNEY TOP
WITH NON-HARDENING
MASTIC)
EXTENSION TO CHIMNEY TOP
REQUIRED.
3 OR 4 INCH STAINLESS STEEL
SINGLE WALL PIPE OR FLEX PIPE.
TO
APPLIANCE
BLANKING PLATE (SEAL WITH
NON-HARDENING MASTIC).
6” FROM STOVE
3 OR 4 INCH STAINLESS STEEL
FLEX PIPE.
TO END OF HEARTH
OPTIONAL OUTSIDE AIR
L-VENT OR OPTIONAL
3 OR 4 INCH STAINLESS STEEL
SINGLE WALL PIPE OR FLEX PIPE.
OPTIONAL OUTSIDE AIR
TRIM COLLAR
TO
APPLIANCE
PIPE ADAPTER
CLEAN-OUT-TEE (TYPE L)
OR 90 DEGREE ELBOW
HEARTH
FIGURE 12
CLEAN-OUT TEE (TYPE L)
FIGURE 13
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INSTALLATION
INSERT INSTALLATIONS
Insert installations must be vented with 3” or 4” pipe.
Pipe may be single wall stainless steel flexible pipe.
Vent may terminate within chimney beyond a blanking
plate or extend to the chimney top. See “COMBUSTION AIR SUPPLY” for outside air access information.
The fireplace and chimney should be cleaned thoroughly before starting the installation. We suggest
painting the interior of particularly old and dirty fireplaces to seal any odors. In zero-clearance fireplace
installations, when the fireplace opening is above the
floor or raised hearth, the adjustable “Breckwell SP23
Z-C Legs” (part # A-S-ZCLEGS) can be used to bridge
the gap between the hearth and stove bottom. (Refer
to figure 14)
BRECKWELL ZC
ADJUSTABLE LEGS
FIGURE 14
(OP
BR TION
AS
S T AL)
RIM
(OP
BR TION
AS
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RIM
TO
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A. ASSEMBLING THE FLASHING SET
Follow the instructions packaged with the SP23 Flashing set part C-P23-MEDFL-C or C-P23-LGFL-C.
(Refer to Figure 15)
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PA
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(OP
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FIGURE 15
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INSTALLATION
C. WHEN VENT PIPE EXTENDS THROUGH
CHIMNEY BLANKING PLATE (Masonry
Fireplaces Only) (Refer to Figures 16 and
17)
1. You will need a pipe length that extends 12”
above the blanking plate. NOTE: This installation is optional but not recommended. Outside combustion air cannot be drawn from
the chimney cavity in this installation.
2. Attach cerablanket wrap to that end of vent
pipe that will connect to the stove. Use 12inch lengths of light gauge metal wire (not
included) or metallic tape. This is to protect
interior components from excess heat.
3. Measure and build blanking plate. Cut out
hole for vent pipe (and combustion air intake
pipe, if used). Install and carefully seal blanking plate with non-hardening mastic. Failure
to properly seal may result in smoke spillage.
4. Slide vent pipe (and intake pipe if used)
up through the blanking plate hole, leaving
enough to pull back down.
5. Set the insert on the hearth, adjust the leveling bolts on the rear sides, and slide it in far
enough to attach the vent pipe (and combustion air pipe if used). Be sure to seal where
the pipe passes through the blanking plate.
6. Attach flashing (refer to Figure 15), route
power cord out the side nearest a 120V receptacle. Slide in insert.
TOP PLATE
(SEAL TO CHIMNEY TOP
WITH NON-HARDENING
MASTIC)
6”
NOTE:
FOLLOW METAL
CHIMNEY INSTALLATION
INSTRUCTIONS
EXTENSION TO CHIMNEY TOP OPTIONAL.
(REQUIRED IN MOBILE HOME AND ZEROCLEARANCE FIREPLACES.
RECOMMENDED IN ALL FIREPLACES).
FIREPLACE INSERT
SIDE ELEVATION
NOTE:
WHEN MANTLE EXTENDS
MORE THAN 6” FROM
FIREPLACE FACE, A 15”
MINIMUM DIMENSION
MUST BE MAINTAINED
FROM STOVE TOP TO
BOTTOM OF MANTLE.
6”
MAX
15”
3 OR 4 INCH STAINLESS STEEL
SINGLE WALL PIPE.
12”
B. WHEN VENT PIPE EXTENDS TO CHIMNEY TOP (Refer to Figures 16 and 17)
1. You will need a pipe length equal to the
chimney height (from hearth) plus 6 inches.
If outside combustion air is to be used, you
will need a pipe length (see “COMBUSTION
AIR SUPPLY”) equal to the chimney height
plus 12 inches.
2. Attach cerablanket wrap to that end of vent
pipe that will connect to the stove. Use 12inch lengths of light gauge metal wire (not
included) or metallic tape (not included). This
is to protect interior components from excess
heat.
3. Set the insert on the hearth and slide it in far
enough to attach the vent pipe (and combustion pipe if used).
4. Attach flashing (refer to Figure 15), route
power cord out the side nearest a 120V receptacle. Slide in insert.
5. Measure and build chimney top. Cut out hole
for vent pipe (and combustion air intake pipe,
if used). Install and seal with a non-hardening mastic to prevent water leakage. Install
the vent cap.
BLANKING PLATE (SEAL WITH
NON-HARDENING MASTIC).
CHIMNEY NEED ONLY EXTEND
12” ABOVE BLANKING PLATE.
3 OR 4 INCH STAINLESS STEEL
FLEX PIPE.
1” CERIBLANKET
LEVELING BOLTS (3/8”)
HEARTH
FIGURE 16
TOP PLATE
(SEAL TO CHIMNEY TOP
WITH NON-HARDENING
MASTIC)
3”
NOTE:
FOLLOW METAL
CHIMNEY INSTALLATION
INSTRUCTIONS
OPTIONAL COMBUSTION AIR INTAKE
(EXTENDS THROUGH DHIMNEY TOP WITH
180 DEG. BEND) REQUIRED IN MOBILE
HOME AND ZERO-CLEARANCE FIREPLACES.
NOT RECOMMENDED IN MASONRY
FIREPLACES OR BUILT IN INSTALLATIONS.
BLANKING PLATE (SEAL WITH
NON-HARDENING MASTIC).
LEVELING BOLTS (3/8”)
HEARTH
FIGURE 17
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INSTALLATION
D. AS A BUILT-IN FIREPLACE
SEE “INSERT INSTALLATIONS” FOR
PANEL SURROUND INSTALLATION
The equipment compartment (sides and rear of
the stove in fireplace) must be enclosed per the
applicable electrical standards.
15”
6”
MAX
12”
MIN.
24”
MIN.
The chase dimensions shown are minimums
and must be maintained.
FIREPLACE DIMENSION MINIMUMS:
WIDTH: 38”
HEIGHT: 22”
DEPTH: 24”
3”
MIN.
OVER 6”
FACING
STORM
COLLAR
CHASE CAP
6”
MIN.
MANTLE
NOTE: Floor protection for Built-in raised
hearths requires a continuous sheet beneath to
prevent the possibility of embers falling through
to the combustible floor if cracks or separation
should occur in the finished surface.
LISTED
CHIMNEY
CAP
6”
MIN.
EQUIPMENT
COMPARTMENT
3”
MIN.
(OPTIONAL VERTICAL INSTALLATION)
Figures 18 and 19 describe a SP23 installation
vented into either a special chase built outside
an outer wall or a false inside wall. This is especially suited for new construction or remodeling.
L-VENT ONLY
SIDING
5/8” SHEETROCK
(ENTIRE FACADE)
A 1/4” (OR SMALLER) WIRE MESH
SCREEN MUST BE INSTALLED IN
THIS INSTALLATION TO COVER
THE EQUIPMENT COMPARTMENT.
6”
22”
MIN.
LISTED
THIMBLE
*
6”
MIN.
8”
MIN.
FLOOR PROTECTOR MUST BE
CONTINUOUS WITH NO JOINTS
LISTED
CHIMNEY
CAP
RAISED HEARTH MUST BE BUILT
OF 8” HOLLOW CONCRETE BLOCKS.
OUTSIDE AIR
OUTSIDE AIR MAY BE DRAWN FROM
A VENTILATED CRAWL SPACE.
CHOOSING TO VENT HORIZONTALLY THROUGH THE WALL, WE RECOMMEND
* IFTERMINATING
VERTICALLY WITH AN ADDITIONAL RUN OF AT LEAST 5 FEET.
19 18
FIGURE
18
14
INSTALLATION
E. INSTALLATION IN TO A FACTORY BUILT
COVER PLATE
VERTICAL CAP
(METAL) FIREPLACE (Refer to figure 20)
(NON-COMBUSTIBLE)
SEAL WITH SILICONE.
STORM COLLAR
When installing into a factory built fireplace, the
firebox must accept the insert without modification
3 OR 4 INCH L-VENT
OR STAINLESS STEEL
other than removing bolted or screwed together
FLEXIBLE OR SINGLE
WALL PIPE
pieces such as smoke shelf/deflectors, ash lips,
screen or door tracks and damper assemblies.
These items must be reinstalled to restore the
fireplace to its original operating condition if the
insert is removed and not replaced. The removal
of any part must not alter the integrity of the listed
THE SMOKE SHELF
fireplace in any way. In zero-clearance fireplace
MAY BE REMOVED
installations, when the fireplace opening is above
the floor or raised hearth, the adjustable “Breck12”
well SP23 Z-C Legs” (part # A-S-ZCLEGS) can NOTE:
THE DAMPER MAY
THE LOG SHELF, SCREEN,
BE REMOVED
be used to bridge the gap between the hearth AND DOORS (IF PRESENT)
and stove bottom. Refer to figure 14. The factory MUST BE REMOVED
INTERNAL BAFFLES
MAY BE REMOVED
built fireplace must be listed per UL 127. Installation must include a full height listed chimney liner
TO PREVENT FIREPLACE
ODORS FROM ENTERING
meeting type HT requirements (2100o F) per
THE HOME, PAINT THE
INTERIOR OF THE FIREPLACE
1777 (U.S.). The liner must be securely attached
WITH LATEX PAINT
to the insert flue collar and the chimney top. The
damper area must be sealed to prevent room air USE THE ZERO-CLEARANCE
THE MASONRY LINING
ADJUSTABLE LEGS
THE METAL SIDES, FRAME MEMBERS, OR OTHER
passage to chimney cavity.
ON RAISED FIREPLACES
MAY NOT BE REMOVED
STRUCTURAL COMPONENTS OF THE FACTORY BUILT
FIREPLACE MAY NOT BE REMOVED OR ALTERED
Alteration of the fireplace in any manner is not
permitted except with the following exceptions:
FIGURE 19
• External trim pieces, which do not affect the
operation of the fireplace, may be removed proving they can be stored on or within, the fireplace for re-assembly if the
insert is removed.
• The fireplace damper may be removed to install the chimney liner.
Circulating air chambers, louvers or cooling air inlet or outlet ports (i.e. in a steel fireplace liner or metal heat circulator) shall
not be blocked. Means must be provided for removal of the insert to clean the chimney flue.
A permanent metal warning label must be attached to the back wall of the fireplace opening stating the following:
• “This fireplace has been altered to accommodate a fireplace insert and should be inspected by a qualified person prior
to re-use as a conventional fireplace.”
• This label is available upon request.
Final approval is contingent on the authority having jurisdiction.
ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION
This stove is provided with a 6-foot grounded electrical cord extending from the rear of the stove.
We recommend connecting to a good quality surge protector that is plugged into a standard three-prong, 120V, 60
Hz electrical outlet. Do NOT connect the unit to a GFCI socket.
Voltage variations can lead to serious performance problems. The Breckwell electrical system is designed for 120V AC
with no more than 5% variation. Breckwell cannot accept responsibility for poor performance or damage due to inadequate
voltage. If connected to an older, two-prong outlet, a separate ground wire should be run to a proper ground (refer this to a
qualified technician). Always route the electrical cord so that it will not come in contact with any hot part of the stove.
SPECIAL MOBILE HOME REQUIREMENTS
WARNING: DO NOT INSTALL IN A SLEEPING ROOM.
NOTE: Installation should be in accordance with the Manufactured Home and Safety Standard (HUD), CFR 3280, Part 24
For installation in a mobile home, an outside source of combustion air must be used (See “COMBUSTION AIR SUPPLY”).
The SP23 must be grounded to the steel chassis of the home with 8 Ga. copper wire using a serrated or star washer to
penetrate paint or protective coating to ensure grounding. The SP23 must be securely fastened to the floor of the mobile
home through the two holes in the rear of the stove using two ¼” lag bolts that are long enough to go through both a hearth
pad, if used, and the floor of the home. Refer to “VENTING” for proper exhaust configurations.
CAUTION: THE STRUCTURAL INTEGRITY OF THE MOBILE HOME FLOOR, WALL AND CEILING/ROOF MUST BE
MAINTAINED.
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OPERATION
PANEL CONTROLS (SEE FIGURE 21)
The blowers and automatic fuel supply are controlled from a panel on the left-hand side of
the SP23. The control panel functions are as follows.
a. ON/OFF SWITCH
• When pushed the stove will automatically ignite. No other firestarter is necessary.
The igniter will stay on for at least 10 and up to 15 minutes, depending on when
Proof of Fire is reached. The fire should start in about 5 minutes.
• The green light located above the On/Off button (in the On/Off box) will flash during
the ignition start-up period. (See figure 21)
• The Heat Level Advance is inoperable during the ignition start period. When the
green light continuously stays on the Heat Level Advance can be adjusted to achieve
the desired heat output.
NOTE: If the stove has been shut off, and you want to re-start it while it is still warm, the “on/
off” button must be held down for 2 seconds.
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b. FUEL FEED SWITCH
• When the “Fuel Feed” button is pushed and held down the stove will feed pellets
continuously into the burnpot.
• While the stove’s auger system is feeding pellets the green light (in the “Fuel Feed”
box) will be on. (See figure 21)
CAUTION: DO NOT USE THIS CONTROL DURING NORMAL OPERATION BECAUSE IT
COULD SMOTHER THE FIRE AND LEAD TO A DANGEROUS SITUATION.
c.
HIGH FAN SWITCH
• The room air fan speed varies directly with the feed rate. The “HIGH FAN” switch overrides this variable speed function. It will set the room air blower speed to high at any feed rate setting.
• When the “HIGH FAN” button is pushed the room air fan will switch to its highest setting.
• When this button is pushed again the room air fan will return to its original setting based on the Heat Level Advance
setting.
d. RESET TRIM
Different size and quality pellet fuel may require adjustment of the “1” feed setting on the Heat Level Advance bar graph.
This is usually a one-time adjustment based on the fuel you are using. The “RESET TRIM” button when adjusted will allow
for 3 different feed rate settings for the #1 feed setting only. To adjust simply push the “RESET TRIM” button while the stove
is operating at setting “1” and watch the bar graph.
•
When the “1” & “3” lights are illuminated on the bar graph the low feed rate is at its “lowest” setting. (Approx. 0.9
pounds per hour)
• When the “1” light is illuminated on the bar graph the low feed rate is at its “normal” setting.
• When the “1” & “4” lights are illuminated on the bar graph the low feed rate is at its “highest” setting.
NOTE: When the stove is set on “1” the “reset trim” values will be shown on the Heat Level Advance bar graph. For example
if the Reset Trim is set to its lowest setting every time the stove is set to low the “1” and “4” lights will be illuminated on the
bar graph.
e. HEAT LEVEL ADVANCE
• This button when pushed will set the pellet feed rate, hence the heat output of your stove. The levels of heat output
will incrementally change on the bar graph starting from level “1” to “5”.
NOTE: When dropping 3 or more heat level settings (4 to 1, or 5 to 2 or 1) push the ‘High Fan’ button and allow the room air
fan to run at that setting for at least 5 minutes to prevent the stove from tripping the high temp Thermodisc. If the high temp
Thermodisc does trip see “SAFETY FEATURES” on the next page.
CAUTION: THE “5” SETTING IS DESIGNED FOR TEMPORARY USE ONLY. IF USED FOR EXTENDED PERIODS, IT
CAN SHORTEN THE LIFE EXPECTANCY OF THE UNITS COMPONENTS. AVOID USE AT THIS SETTING FOR MORE
THAN ONE OR TWO HOURS AT A TIME.
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OPERATION
PROPER FUEL
This heater is designed to burn only PFI Premium grade pellets. This appliance can also burn pellets rated as standard after
May 16, 2015
DO NOT BURN:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Garbage;
Lawn clippings or yard waste;
Materials containing rubber, including tires;
Materials containing plastic;
Waste petroleum products, paints or paint thinners, or
asphalt products;
6. Materials containing asbestos;
7. Construction or demolition debris;
8. Railroad ties or pressure-treated wood;
9. Manure or animal remains;
10. Salt water driftwood or other previously salt water saturated materials;
11. Unseasoned wood; or
12. Paper products, cardboard, plywood, or particleboard.
The prohibition against burning these materials does not
prohibit the use of fire starters made from paper, cardboard, saw dust, wax and similar substances for the purpose of starting a fire in an affected wood heater.
Burning these materials may result in release of toxic fumes or render the heater ineffective and cause smoke.
Longer or thicker pellets sometimes bridge the auger flights, which prevents proper pellet feed. Burning wood in forms other
than pellets is not permitted. It will violate the building codes for which the stove has been approved and will void all warranties. The design incorporates automatic feed of the pellet fuel into the fire at a carefully prescribed rate. Any additional fuel
introduced by hand will not increase heat output but may seriously impair the stoves performance by generating considerable smoke. Do not burn wet pellets. The stove’s performance depends heavily on the quality of your pellet fuel. Avoid pellet
brands that display these characteristics:
a. Excess Fines – “Fines” is a term describing crushed pellets or loose material that looks like sawdust or sand. Pellets can
be screened before being placed in hopper to remove most fines.
b. Binders – Some pellets are produced with materials to hold them together, or “bind” them.
c. High ash content – Poor quality pellets will often create smoke and dirty glass. They will create a need for more frequent
maintenance. You will have to empty the burnpot plus vacuum the entire system more often. Poor quality pellets could
damage the auger. Breckwell cannot accept responsibility for damage due to poor quality pellets. Your dealer can recommend a good quality pellet dealer in your area.
PRE-START-UP CHECK
Remove optional imitation log set if in use. Remove burnpot, making sure it is clean and none of the air holes are plugged.
Clean the firebox, and then reinstall burnpot. Clean door glass if necessary (a dry cloth or paper towel is usually sufficient).
Never use abrasive cleaners on the glass or door. Check fuel in the hopper, and refill if necessary.
NOTE: The SP23 Hopper can hold up to 60 lbs. of pellets.
BUILDING A FIRE
Never use a grate or other means of supporting the fuel. Use only the Breckwell approved burnpot.
During the start up period:
1. DO NOT open the viewing door.
2. DO NOT open the damper more than ¼”.
3. DO NOT add pellets to the burnpot by hand.
4. DO NOT use the Fuel Feed button (unless you are priming the auger after running out of pellets).
A dangerous condition could result.
NOTE: During the first few fires, your stove will emit an odor as the high temperature paint cures or becomes seasoned to
the metal. Maintaining smaller fires will minimize this. Avoid placing items on stovetop during this period because paint could
be affected.
THE HOTROD AUTOMATIC FIRESTARTER
a. Fill hopper and clean burnpot.
b. Press “Power” button. Make sure light is on.
c. The damper should be completely closed or open no more than ¼” during start-up. This will vary depending on your
installation and elevation. Once fire is established adjust for desired flame increasing the amount the damper is open as
the heat setting is increased. (See “DAMPER CONTROL”)
d. Adjust feed rate to desired setting by pressing “Feed Rate Advance” button.
If fire doesn’t start in 15 minutes, press “Power”, wait a few minutes and start procedure again.
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OPERATION
DAMPER CONTROL
The damper control rod on the stove’s lower left side adjusts the combustion air. This control is necessary due to the varied
burn characteristics of individual installations, different pellet brands and pellet feed rates. It allows you to improve the efficiency of your stove. Providing correct combustion air will reduce the frequency of cleaning your glass door and prevent
the rapid buildup of creosote inside your stove and chimney.
You should adjust the damper based on the fire’s appearance. A low, reddish, dirty fire can be improved by pulling the
damper out slightly. A “blow torch” fire can be improved by pushing the damper in a bit.
As a general rule, on lower feed rate settings, the damper should be in farther. On higher feed rates, the damper should be
more open. Through trial and error, you will find the best setting. Consult your dealer if you need help.
NOTE: On “1”, damper should be either completely closed or out approximately ⅛” to ¼”. If damper is out too far, it can
cause the fire to go out.
OPENING DOOR
If the door is opened while the stove is in operation it must be closed within 30 seconds or the stove will shut down. If the
stove shuts down push the “On/Off” button to continue the operation of your stove.
ROOM AIR FAN
When starting your stove the Room Air Fan will not come on until the stove’s heat exchanger warms up. This usually takes
about 10 minutes from start-up.
RE-STARTING A WARM STOVE
If the stove has been shut off, and you w
ant to re-start it while it is still warm, the “on/off” button must be held down for 2 seconds.
IF STOVE RUNS OUT OF PELLETS
The fire goes out and the auger motor and blowers will run until the stove cools. This will take 30 to 45 minutes. After the
stove components stop running the “On/Off” and the BAR GRAPH lights stay on for 10 minutes. After the 10 minutes the “3”
light on the bar graph will flash and the “On/Off” light will go off. To restart, refill hopper and press “Fuel Feed” button until
pellets begin to fall into burnpot. Press “On/Off” button.
REFUELING
We recommend that you not let the hopper drop below ¼ full. KEEP HOPPER LID CLOSED AT ALL TIMES EXCEPT
WHEN REFILLING. DO NOT OVERFILL HOPPER.
FIGURE 21
BRECKWELL MAINTENANCE TOOL
A tool has been provided to help with the following functions:
a. Stirring pellets in hopper – unlike liquids in a tank, pellets do not drain evenly into the auger. Bridging across the opening
can occur. Pellets can hang up on the sides of the hopper. Occasionally “stirring” the hopper can help.
NOTE: To help prevent bridging of pellets, common wax paper can be rubbed on the sidewalls and bottom of the hopper.
b. Cleaning heat exchanger tubes – see instructions in “CLEANING”.
c. Scrape ashes from burnpot.
SHUTDOWN PROCEDURE
Turning your Breckwell stove off is a matter of pressing the “On/Off” control panel switch. The green light will go out. The
blowers will continue to operate until internal firebox temperatures have fallen to a preset level.
SAFETY FEATURES
a. Your stove is equipped with a high temperature Thermodisc. This safety switch has two functions.
1. To recognize an overheat situation in the stove and shut down the fuel feed or auger system.
2. In case of a malfunctioning convection blower, the high-temperature Thermodisc will automatically shut down the
auger, preventing the stove from overheating.
NOTE: On some units, once tripped, like a circuit breaker, the reset button will have to be pushed before restarting your
stove. On other units the Thermodisc has no reset button and will reset itself once the stove has cooled. The manufacturer
recommends that you call your dealer if this occurs as this may indicate a more serious problem. A service call may be
required.
b. If the combustion blower fails, an air pressure switch will automatically shut down the auger.
NOTE: Opening the stove door for more than 30 seconds during operation will cause enough pressure change to activate
the air switch, shutting the fuel feed off. Close the door and press “On/Off” button to continue operation of your stove.
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OPERATION
OPTIONAL THERMOSTAT
A thermostat may help you maintain a constant house temperature
automatically. A millivolt thermostat is required. A fixed wall mount
or Breckwell’s hand held model can be used. The control panel
can be set up two ways to operate your stove in thermostat mode.
THERMOSTAT INSTALLATION
•
•
•
•
•
A MILLIVOLT THERMOSTAT IS REQUIRED.
Unplug stove from power outlet.
Remove control board from stove.
The two thermostat wires connect to the terminal block on the
lower left side of the back of the control board.
(See figure 23)
Insert the wires in the terminal side and tighten the two screws.
MODES
TO SWITCH BETWEEN ANY OF THE THREE MODES THE
STOVE MUST BE SHUT OFF, THE NEW MODE SELECTED,
AND THE STOVE RESTARTED.
MANUAL MODE
• USE THIS MODE EXCLUSIVELY IF YOU DO NOT CONNECT AN OPTIONAL THERMOSTAT.
• In this mode the stove will operate only from the control panel
as detailed in the “OPERATION” section of this owner’s manual.
HIGH/LOW THERMOSTAT MODE
• USE THIS MODE ONLY IF YOU CONNECT A THERMOSTAT.
• When engaged in this mode the stove will automatically switch
between two settings. When warm enough, it will switch to the
#1 or low setting. The room air blower will also slow to its lowest speed.
• The Heat Level Advance setting on the bar graph will stay
where it was initially set. When the house cools below the
thermostat setting, the stove will switch to the feed rate of the
heat level advance setting.
ON/OFF THERMOSTAT MODE
• USE THIS MODE ONLY IF YOU CONNECT A THERMOSTAT.
• In this mode when the home is warm enough the stove will
shut off. The fans will continue to run until the stove cools.
• When the home cools below the thermostat setting, the stove
will automatically restart and run at the last feed rate setting.
NOTE: When in “high/low” or “on/off” thermostat mode –
• Do not operate the stove higher than the #3 setting.
• Set damper control rod approximately ¼” to ½” out. This will
vary depending on elevation and weather conditions. Observe
stoves operation and adjust damper as necessary.
FIGURE 24
TAMPER WARNING
This wood heater has a manufacturer-set minimum low burn rate
that must not be altered. It is against federal regulations to alter
this setting or otherwise operate this wood heater in a manner inconsistent with operating instructions in this manual.
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OPERATION
OPERATING SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
PLEASE READ THIS!
a. Hot while in operation. Keep children, clothing, and furniture away. Contact may cause skin burns.
b. If you notice a smoldering fire (burnpot full but no visible flame) AND a heavy smoke buildup in firebox, immediately TURN OFF the stove, but DO NOT unplug it. Do not open the door, change the damper setting or tamper
with any controls on the stove. Wait until firebox clears, and blowers shut down, do as instructed in “PRE-START-UP
CHECK” and “BUILDING A FIRE”, then attempt to restart the fire. If the problem persists contact your dealer.
c. WARNING: DO NOT ADD PELLETS TO THE BURNPOT BY HAND AT ANY TIME, A DANGEROUS CONDITION
COULD RESULT.
d. Attempts to achieve heat output rates that exceed heater design specifications can result in permanent damage
to the heater.
e. WARNING: DURING THE START UP CYCLE; 1) DO NOT OPEN THE VIEWING DOOR; 2) DO NOT OPEN THE
DAMPER MORE THAN ¼”; 3) DO NOT USE THE FUEL FEED BUTTON (UNLESS PRIMING THE AUGER AFTER
RUNNING OUT OF PELLETS). A DANGEROUS CONDITION COULD RESULT.
f.
Pellets should be stored in a dry place. The pellets should not be stored within 12” of the stove.
g. DO NOT STORE OR USE FLAMMABLE LIQUIDS, ESPECIALLY GASOLINE, IN THE VICINITY OF YOUR BRECKWELL STOVE. NEVER USE A GAS OR PROPANE TORCH, GASOLINE, GASOLINE-TYPE LANTERN FUEL,
KEROSENE, CHARCOAL LIGHTER FLUID OR SIMILAR FLUIDS TO START OR “FRESHEN UP” A FIRE IN THIS
HEATER.
h. WARNING: DO NOT OVERFIRE THIS STOVE. This may cause serious damage to your stove and void your warranty.
It also may create a fire hazard in your home. IF ANY EXTERNAL PART OF THE UNIT BEGINS TO GLOW, YOU ARE
OVERFIRING. Immediately press the “POWER” switch on the control panel.
i.
KEEP ALL LOOSE OR MOVEABLE HOUSEHOLD COMBUSTIBLES, SUCH AS FURNITURE, DRAPES, TOYS,
ETC. AT LEAST THREE FEET FROM THE OPERATING STOVE.
j.
Maintain proper ventilation. It is important that adequate oxygen be supplied to the fire for the combustion process.
Modern houses are often so well insulated that it may become necessary to open a window slightly or install an outside
air vent to provide sufficient combustion air.
k.
Since heating with a solid fuel is potentially hazardous, even with a well made and thoroughly tested stove, it would be
wise to install strategically placed smoke detectors and have a fire extinguisher in a convenient location, near an exit.
l.
Do not open stove door when operating unless necessary. This will create a dirty, inefficient burn and could allow smoke
spillage or sparks to escape.
m. Do not permit operation by young children or those unfamiliar with stove’s operation.
n. Do not service or clean this appliance without disconnecting the power cord.
o. Do not abuse the door glass by striking, slamming or similar trauma. Do not operate the stove with the glass removed,
cracked or broken.
p. If the stove is installed in a room without air conditioning, or in an area where direct sunlight can shine on the unit, it is
possible this can cause the temperature of the stove to rise to operational levels; one of the sensors could then make
the stove start on its own. It is recommended that the stove be unplugged when not in use for extended amounts of time
(i.e. during the summer months).
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MAINTENANCE
FAILURE TO CLEAN AND MAINTAIN THIS UNIT AS INDICATED CAN RESULT IN
POOR PERFORMANCE AND SAFETY HAZARDS. NEVER CLEAN WHEN HOT.
NOTE: Inspect burn pot periodically to see that holes have not become plugged, if
so, clean thoroughly.
CLEANING ROD
CLEANING TOOL
ASH REMOVAL
Ashes should be placed in a metal container with a tight-fitting lid. The closed container or ashes should be placed on a noncombustible surface or on the ground, well
away from all combustible materials pending final disposal. If ashes are disposed of
by soil burial or otherwise locally dispersed, they should be retained in the closed
container until all cinders have thoroughly cooled.
FIGURE 23
ASH DISPOSAL – FREESTANDING MODELS
The SP23 Freestanding has an ash bin located below the firebox. To remove
ashes:
a. Make sure fire is out and firebox is cool.
b. With the door closed clean heat exchanger tubes. (See “CLEANING” and
Figure 23).
c. Open door and remove the optional imitation log set, if in use. Remove the
burnpots inner section by grasping it and pulling straight up (see Figure 24).
d. Empty ashes from inner section into the pedestal ash bin through the opening in the bottom of the firebox. Scrape inner section with cleaning tool.
Make sure holes are not plugged.
e. Scrape ash in firebox into the pedestal ash bin through the opening in the
bottom of the firebox or vacuum to remove ashes (see Figure 25).
WARNING: MAKE SURE ASHES ARE COOL TO THE TOUCH BEFORE USING A VACUUM. SEE “VACUUM USE”.
f. Periodically remove and empty ash bin (see Figure 26) by unscrewing the
two knobs on the front of the pedestal below the ash lip. Dispose of ashes
properly. (See “ASH REMOVAL” above)
g. Replace ash bin, making sure to tighten the knobs and maintaining a good
seal.
h. Replace inner section into burnpot; make sure it is level and pushed all the
way back down and that the igniter hole is to the rear when it is reinstalled
(see Figure 24).
i. Make the burnpot is level and pushed all the way back in when it is reinstalled. If the collar on the burnpot attached to the fresh air tube is not pushed
back to meet the firebox wall, the Hot Rod will not work properly.
IGNITER HOLE
FIGURE 24
FIGURE 26
ASH DISPOSAL - INSERT
Remove ashes periodically as they fill the firebox. To remove ashes:
a. Make sure fire is out and firebox is cool.
b. With the door closed clean heat exchanger tubes. (See “CLEANING” and
Figure 24).
c. Open door and remove the optional imitation log set, if in use. Remove the
burnpots inner section by grasping it and pulling straight up (see Figure 24).
d. Empty ashes from the inner section and scrape with cleaning tool; make sure
holes are not plugged.
e. Use small shovel or vacuum to remove ashes.
WARNING: MAKE SURE ASHES ARE COOL TO THE TOUCH BEFORE USFIGURE 25
ING A VACUUM. SEE “VACUUM USE”.
f. Dispose of ashes properly. (See “ASH REMOVAL” above)
g. Replace inner section into burnpot; make sure it is level and pushed all the way back down and that the igniter hole is
to the rear when it is reinstalled (see Figure 24).
Make the burnpot is level and pushed all the way back in when it is reinstalled. If the collar on the burnpot attached to the
fresh air tube is not pushed back to meet the firebox wall, the Hot Rod will not work properly.
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MAINTENANCE
SMOKE AND CO MONITORS
Burning wood naturally produces smoke and carbon monoxide(CO)
emissions. CO is a poisonous gas when exposed to elevated concentrations for extended periods of time. While the modern combustion
systems in heaters drastically reduce the amount of CO emitted out
the chimney, exposure to the gases in closed or confined areas can be
dangerous. Make sure your stove gaskets and chimney joints are in
good working order and sealing properly to ensure unintended exposure. It is recommended that you use both smoke and CO monitors in
areas having the potential to generate CO.
VACUUM USE
High Temp
Thermodisc
(C-E-090-21)
Auger Motor
(C-E-017)
Combustion
Blower
(A-E-027)
Air Switch
(C-E-200)
If a vacuum is used to clean your unit, we suggest using a vacuum
designed for ashes. (We recommend LoveLess Ash Vac, 1-800-5683949 Ext. #27) Some regular vacuums and shop vacs leak ash into the
room. Your vacuum or shop vac may have a special filter or bag available to eliminate this leakage.
Convection
Blower
(A-E-033)
CLEANING
a. Heat Exchange Tubes – Your Breckwell stove is designed with a
built-in heat exchange tube cleaner. This should be used every
two or three days to remove accumulated ash on the tubes, which
reduces heat transfer on the SP23. Insert the handle end (with
hole) of the cleaning tool onto the cleaning rod (refer to figure 23).
The cleaner rod is located in the grill above the stove door. Move
the cleaner rod back and forth several times to clean the heat
exchanger tubes. Be sure to leave tube cleaner at the rear of the
stove.
b. Interior Chambers – Four ash doors in the firebox in the SP23 can
be removed for periodic cleaning (refer to figure 26). These doors
allow access to the chamber surrounding the firebox. Periodically,
you must vacuum ashes from this chamber. In some cases you will
need to remove creosote, which can accumulate rapidly under certain conditions. A small wire brush can be used. It is important to
remove this creosote because it is highly combustible. INSPECT
BEHIND THESE CLEANING PLATES AT LEAST ONCE PER TON
OF PELLETS BURNED UNTIL YOU ARE FAMILIAR WITH HOW
ASHES AND CREOSOTE ACCUMULATE WITH YOUR OPERATING PRACTICES. Use the small wire brush to also clean the
inside of the chamber walls, above the access doors.
FIGURE 27a
Auger Shaft
(A-AUG-22)
Combustion
Blower
(A-E-027)
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Circuit
Board
(C-E-401)
POF
Thermodisc
(C-E-090-22C)
FIGURE 27b
High Temp
Thermodisc
(C-E-090-21)
BLOWERS
DANGER: RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK. DISCONNECT POWER
BEFORE SERVICING UNIT.
Cleaning – Over a period of time, ashes or dust may collect on the
blades of both the combustion blower and convection blower. Periodically the blowers should be vacuumed clean as these ashes can
impede performance. Creosote can also accumulate in the combustion
blower. This needs to be brushed clean. The convection
blower is accessed by opening the stove’s left side panel. The combustion blower can be accessed by opening the stoves right side
panel. The convection blower is on the left (facing stove), and the
combustion blower is on the right.
NOTE: When cleaning, be careful not to dislodge balancing clip on
convection blower or to bend fan blades. Some stove owners lightly
spray an anti-creosote chemical on the fire to help reduce creosote
formation within the stove.
Pellet
Hopper
Air Switch
(C-E-200)
Combustion
Blower
(A-E-027)
Auger Motor
(C-E-017)
FIGURE 28
Circuit Board
(C-E-401)
Convection
Blower
(A-E-033)
MAINTENANCE
CHIMNEY CLEANING
Creosote Formation – When any wood is burned slowly, it produces tar and other organic vapors, which combine with
expelled moisture to form creosote. The creosote vapors condense in the relatively cool chimney flue or a newly started
fire or from a slow-burning fire. As a result, creosote residue accumulates on the flue lining. When ignited, this creosote
makes an extremely hot fire, which may damage the chimney or even destroy the house. Despite their high efficiency, pellet stoves can accumulate creosote under certain conditions.
Soot and Fly Ash: Formation and Need for Removal - The products of combustion will contain small particles of fly ash.
The fly ash will collect in the exhaust venting system and restrict the flow of the flue gases. Incomplete combustion, such
as occurs during startup, shutdown, or incorrect operation of the room heater will lead to some soot formation which will
collect in the exhaust venting system. The exhaust venting system should be inspected at least once every year or ton of
pellets burned to determine if cleaning is necessary.
Inspection and Removal – The chimney connector and chimney should be inspected annually or per ton to determine
if a creosote or fly ash build-up has occurred. If creosote has accumulated, it should be removed to reduce the risk of a
chimney fire. Inspect the system at the stove connection and at the chimney top. Cooler surfaces tend to build creosote
deposits quicker, so it is important to check the chimney from the top as well as from the bottom.
The creosote should be removed with a brush specifically designed for the type of chimney in use. A qualified chimney
sweep can perform this service. It is also recommended that before each heating season the entire system be professionally inspected, cleaned and, if necessary, repaired.
To clean the chimney, detach the vent at the combustion blower transition where it is attached to the blower.
RECOMMENDED MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE
Use this as a guide under average-use conditions.
Burn Pot
Glass
Combustion Chamber
Ashes
Interior Chambers
Heat Exchange Tubes
Combustion Blower Blades
Convection Blower Impeller
Vent System
Gaskets
Hopper (end of season)
Daily
Stirred
Wiped
Weekly
Emptied
Cleaned
Brushed
Annually or per Ton
Emptied
Vacuumed
Two passes
Vacuumed / Brushed
Vacuumed / Brushed
Cleaned
Inspected
Emptied and vacuumed
Gasket around door and door glass should be inspected and repaired or replaced when necessary (see
“REPLACEMENT PARTS”). This unit’s door uses a 5/8” diameter rope gasket.
REMOVAL AND REPLACEMENT OF BROKEN DOOR GLASS
While wearing leather gloves (or any other gloves suitable for handling broken glass), carefully remove any loose pieces
of glass from the doorframe. Dispose of all broken glass properly. Return the damaged door to your Breckwell Dealer for
repair or replacement.
Neither the appliance owner nor any other unauthorized person(s) should replace the door glass. An authorized Breckwell
dealer must perform all repairs involving door glass.
CAUTION: This wood heater needs periodic inspection and repair for proper operation. It is against federal
regulations to operate this wood heater in a manner inconsistent with operating instructions in this manual.
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TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
When your stove acts out of the ordinary, the first reaction is to call for help. This guide may save time and money by enabling you to solve simple problems yourself. Problems encountered are often the result of only five factors: 1) poor fuel;
2) poor operation or maintenance; 3) poor installation; 4) component failure; 5) factory defect. You can usually solve those
problems related to 1 and 2. Your dealer can solve problems relating to 3, 4 and 5. Refer to diagrams on page 21 to help
locate indicated parts.
For the sake of troubleshooting and using this guide to assist you, you should look at your heat level setting to see which
light is flashing.
** CAUTION – UNPLUG THE STOVE FROM ALL POWER PRIOR TO ATTEMPTING TO SERVICE THE UNIT! **
STOVE SHUTS OFF AND THE #2 LIGHT FLASHES
Possible Causes:
Possible Remedies:
1.
Airflow switch hose or stove attachment pipes
for hose are blocked.
Unhook air hose from the air switch and blow through
it. If air flows freely, the hose and tubes are fine. If air
will not flow through the hose, use a wire coat hanger to
clear the blockage.
2.
The air inlet, burnpot, interior combustion air
chambers, combustion blower, or exhaust
pipe are blocked with ash or foreign material.
Follow all clearing procedures in the maintenance section of the owner’s manual.
3.
The firebox is not properly sealed.
Make sure the door is closed and that the gasket is in
good shape. If the ash door has a latch, make sure the
ash door is properly latched and the gasket is sealing
good. If the stove has just a small hole for the ashes
to fall through under the burnpot, make sure the slider
plate is in place to seal off the firebox floor.
4.
Vent pipe is incorrectly installed.
Check to make sure vent pipe installation meets criteria
in owner’s manual.
5.
The airflow switch wire connections are bad.
Check the connectors that attach the gray wires to the
air switch.
6.
The gray wires are pulled loose at the Molex
connector on the wiring harness.
Check to see if the gray wires are loose at the
Molex connector.
7.
Combustion blower failure
With the stove on, check to see if the combustion blower
is running. If it is not, you will need to check for power
going to the combustion blower. It should be a full current. If there is power, the blower is bad. If there is not,
see #8.
8.
Control board not sending power to combustion blower.
If there is no current going to the combustion blower,
check all wire connections. If all wires are properly connected, you have a bad control board.
9.
Control board not sending power to air
switch.
There should be a 5-volt current (approximately) going
to the air switch after the stove has been on for 30 seconds.
10.
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Air switch has failed (very rare).
To test air switch, you will need to disconnect the air
hose from the body of the stove. With the other end still
attached to the air switch, very gently suck on the loose
end of the hose (you may want to remove the hose entirely off the stove and the air switch first and make sure
it is clear). If you hear a click, the air switch is working.
BE CAREFUL! TOO MUCH VACUUM CAN DAMAGE
THE AIR SWITCH.
TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
STOVE FEEDS PELLETS, BUT WILL NOT IGNITE
Possible Causes:
Possible Remedies:
1.
Air damper open too far for ignition.
Push the air damper in closer to the side of the stove for
startup. In some situations, it may be necessary to have the
damper completely closed for ignition to take place. After
there is a flame, the damper can then be adjusted for the
desired feed setting.
2.
Blockage in igniter tube or inlet for igniter tube.
Find the igniter housing on the backside of the firewall. The
air intake hole is a small hole located on the bottom side of
the housing. Make sure it is clear. Also, look from the front
of the stove to make sure there is not any debris around the
igniter element inside of the igniter housing.
3.
The burnpot is not pushed completely to the rear of
the firebox.
Make sure that the air intake collar on the burnpot is touching the rear wall of the firebox.
4.
Bad igniter element.
Put power directly to the igniter element. Watch the tip of the
igniter from the front of the stove. After about 2 minutes, the
tip should glow. If it does not, the element is bad.
The control board is not sending power to the igniter.
Check the voltage going to the igniter during startup. It
should be a full current. If the voltage is lower than full current, check the wiring. If the wiring checks out good, the
board is bad.
SMOKE SMELL COMING BACK INTO THE HOME
Possible Causes:
Possible Remedies:
1.
There is a leak in the vent pipe system.
Inspect all vent pipe connections. Make sure they are
sealed with RTV silicone that has a temperature rating of
500oF or higher. Also, seal joints with UL-181-AP foil tape.
Also, make sure the square to round adapter piece on the
combustion blower has been properly sealed with the same
RTV.
2.
The gasket on the combustion blower has gone
bad.
Inspect both gaskets on the combustion blower to make
sure they are in good shape.
CONVECTION BLOWER SHUTS OFF AND COMES BACK ON
Possible Causes:
Possible Remedies:
1.
The convection blower is overheating and
tripping the internal temperature shutoff.
Clean any dust off the windings and fan blades. If clearing
the blower does not help, the blower may be bad.
2.
Circuit board malfunction.
Test the current going to the convection blower. If there is
power being sent to the blower when it is shut off, the
control board is fine. If there is NOT power being sent to the
blower when it shuts off during operation, then you have a
bad control board.
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TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
STOVE WILL NOT FEED PELLETS, BUT FUEL FEED LIGHT COMES ON AS DESIGNED
Possible Causes:
Possible Remedies:
1.
Fuse on control board blew.
Remove the control board. On the back, there is one fuse. If
it appears to be bad, replace it with a 5 Amp 125 Volt fuse.
Plug the stove back in and try to run the unit.
2.
High limit switch has tripped or is defective.
Wait for the stove to cool for about 30-45 minutes. It should
now function normally. If not, use the owner’s manual to
locate the high limit thermodisc. To test if the thermodisc is
bad, you can bypass it as described previously for the POF
thermodisc.
3.
Bad auger motor.
Remove the auger motor from the auger shaft and try to run
the unit. If the motor will turn, the shaft is jammed on something. If the motor will not turn, the motor is bad.
4.
Auger jam
Start by emptying the hopper. Then remove the auger motor
by removing the auger pin. Remove the auger shaft inspection plate in the hopper so that you see the auger shaft.
Gently lift the auger shaft straight up so that the end of the
auger shaft comes up out of the bottom auger bushing.
Next, remove the two nuts that hold the top auger biscuit in.
Then rotate the bottom end of the auger shaft up towards
you until you can lift the shaft out of the stove. After you
have removed the shaft, inspect it for bent flights, burrs,
or broken welds. Remove any foreign material that might
have caused the jam. Also, check the auger tube for signs
of damage such as burrs, rough spots, or grooves cut into
the metal that could have caused a jam.
4.
Loose wire or connector
Check all wires and connectors that connect to the auger
motor, high limit switch, and the Molex connector.
5.
Bad control board
If the fuse is good, the wires and connectors check out
good, and the high limit switch did not trip, test fir power
going to the auger motor. If there is not a full current going
to the auger motor when the fuel feed light is on, you have
a bad control board.
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TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
GLASS “SOOTS” UP AT A VERY FAST RATE
FLAME IS LAZY, DARK AND HAS BLACK TIPS
AFTER STOVE HAS BEEN ON FOR A WHILE, THE BURNPOT OVERFILLS
Possible Cause:
Possible Remedies:
1.
Stove or vent pipe is dirty, which restricts airflow
through the burnpot.
Follow all cleaning procedure in the maintenance section of
the owner’s manual.
2.
Vent pipe installed improperly.
Check to make sure the vent pipe has been installed according to the criteria in the owner’s manual.
3.
Air damper is set too far in (closed) for a higher
setting.
Put the damper knob farther out away from the side of the
stove and try not to burn the unit again.
4.
Burnpot holes are blocked.
Remove the burnpot and thoroughly clean it.
5.
Air damper is broken.
Visually inspect the damper assembly. Make sure the damper plate is attached to the damper rod. When the damper
rod is moved, the plate should move with it.
6.
Blockage in air intake pipe.
Visually inspect the air intake pipe that leads into the burnpot for foreign material.
7.
Circuit board malfunction.
Time the fuel feed light at each setting (after the stove has
completed the startup cycle). Make sure the times match
the auger timing chart. If the auger motor runs constantly,
the board is bad.
8.
Combustion blower is not spinning fast enough.
Test the RPM on the blower after the blades have been
cleaned. The RPM should be approximately 3000RPM.
9.
Bad Pellets
(Applies to “GLASS ‘SOOTS’ UP AT A VERY
FAST RATE” only.
The brand of pellets or the batch of pellets that are being
used may be of poor quality. If possible, try a different brand
of pellets. You might also want to try a brand that is made
from a different type of wood (softwood vs. hardwood).
Different woods have different characteristics when being
burned.
10.
The trim setting on the low feed rate is too low.
(Applies to “GLASS ‘SOOTS’ UP AT A VERY
FAST RATE” only.
Use the “Reset Trim” button to increase the low feed rate
setting. If the “1” & “3” lights are on, the stove is currently
on the lowest setting. If only the “1” light is on, the stove is
in the default (medium) setting. If the “1” & “4” lights are on,
the stove is in the high trim setting for the low feed rate. If
the stove is being burned on one of the two lower settings,
advance to the next trim setting and try burning the stove.
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TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
HIGH LIMIT SWITCH KEEPS TRIPPING
Possible Causes:
Possible Remedies:
1.
The convection blower is overheating and tripping the Clean any dust off the windings and fan blades. If oiling the
internal temperature shutoff.
blower does not help, the blower may be bad
2.
The stove is being left on the highest setting for exten- The highest level setting is designated for use over short
ded periods of time.
periods of time. Burning the stove on the highest setting
for longer that 1-2 hours could lead to potential overheating
situations.
3.
Fuel other than wood pellets is being burned in the stove. Breckwell pellet stoves are designed and tested to use
wood pellets. Check for signs of fuel other than wood pellets. No other type of fuel have been approved for Breckwell
pellet stoves. If there are signs of other types of fuel being
used, stop using them immediately.
4.
Power surge or brown out situation.
A power surge, spike, or voltage drop could cause the high
limit switch to trip. Check to see if a surge protector is being
used on the stove. If not, recommend one to the consumer.
5.
High limit switch is malfunctioning.
If the other items checked out ok, replace the high limit
switch.
DIGITAL CIRCUIT BOARD TIMING RATES
Heat Level Setting
BIG E
1&3
1.4 seconds
1
2 seconds
1&4
2.5 seconds
2
4 seconds
3
7 seconds
4
9 seconds
5
12 seconds
Total Cycle Time
14.5 seconds
SMOKE SMELL OR SOOT BUILD-UP
Because it is a wood-burning device, your Breckwell may emit a faint wood-burning odor. If this increases beyond normal
or is you notice an unusual soot buildup on walls or furniture, check your exhaust system carefully for leaks. All joints
should be properly sealed. Also, clean your stove following instructions in “MAINTENANCE.” If problem persists, contact
your dealer.
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NOTES
29
NOTES
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ELECTRICAL DIAGRAM
ONG GRY
PNK BLU YEL
RED
BRN WHT BLK
BRN
GROUND
MOLEX CONNECTOR
WHITE
HIGH TEMP.
THERMODISC
COMBUSTION
BLOWER
BROWN
BROWN
IGNITOR
POF THERMODISC
WHITE
RED
AUGER
MOTOR
AIR SWITCH
PURPLE
HOPPER
SWITCH
WHITE
CONVECTION
BLOWER
WHITE
ONG GRY
BLK
BLACK
WHITE
ORANGE
ORANGE
BLUE
PINK
YELLOW
RED
GRAY
GRAY
PURPLE
MOLEX CONNECTOR DETAIL
GND
WHITE
POWER OUTLET DETAIL
LOOKING FROM THE REAR
OF THE STOVE
WHT
POWER SUPPLY
120 VOLTS AC
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REPLACEMENT PARTS
Contact an Authorized Breckwell Pellet Stove Dealer to obtain any of these parts. Never use substitute materials. Use of
non-approved parts can result in poor performance and safety hazards.
ITEM
PART#
Air Switch
Air Switch Hose
Auger Motor
Breckwell Maintenance Tool
Brick Panel Set, Ceramic – Optional
Burnpot
Circuit Board / Control Panel
Combustion Blower
Convection Blower
Door Gasket
Door Glass
Hot Rod Igniter
Gold Legs - Optional
Painted Legs - Optional
Pedestal
Remote Thermostat – RF – Acumen - Optional
Thermodisc, Proof of Fire
Thermodisc, High Temp
Door Handle
Damper Knob
Window Clips, Bottom / Airwash
Window Clips, Side
Window Gasket (6’-1”)
Hopper Micro Switch
Ceramic Firelog Set (imitation) - Optional
Zero Clearance Legs - Optional
C-E-201
C-M-340-T
C-E-017M
A-TOOL-96
A-M-BRICK23
A-S-BURNPOT
A-E-401
A-E-027J
A-E-033A
C-G-050
C-D-038
C-E-IGN
A-CLG-NEW
A-CL-NEW
A-P23-PNEW
AG-RCN
C-E-090-22C
C-E-090-21
C-D-050
C-M-013
C-S-398
C-S-110
C-G-033
C-E-901
A-M-LOG
A-S-ZCLEGS
IN ORDER TO MAINTAIN WARRANTY, COMPONENTS MUST BE REPLACED USING ORIGINAL
MANUFACTURERS PARTS PURCHASED THROUGH YOUR DEALER OR DIRECTLY FROM THE
APPLIANCE MANUFACTURER.
USE OF THIRD PARTY COMPONENTS WILL VOID THE WARRANTY.
SP23
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