Continental Fireplaces | BCDV36CFGN | Operating instructions | Continental Fireplaces BCDV36CFGN Operating instructions

INSTALLER: LEAVE THIS MANUAL WITH THE APPLIANCE.
CONSUMER: RETAIN THIS MANUAL FOR FUTURE REFERENCE.
NEVER LEAVE CHILDREN OR OTHER AT RISK INDIVIDUALS ALONE WITH THE APPLIANCE.
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INSTALLATION AND
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
CERTIFIED UNDER CANADIAN AND AMERICAN NATIONAL STANDARDS: CSA 2.22, ANSI Z21.50 FOR VENTED GAS FIREPLACES.
BCDV36CFNTR,
BCDV36CFGN
CERTIFIED FOR CANADA AND UNITED STATES USING ANSI/CSA METHODS.
NATURAL GAS MODEL
SAFETY INFORMATION
!
BCDV36CFPTR,
BCDV36CFGP
WARNING
PROPANE GAS MODEL
If the information in these instructions
are not followed exactly, a fire or
explosion may result causing property
damage, personal injury or loss of life.
- Do not store or use gasoline or other flammable
vapors and liquids in the vicinity of this or any
other appliance.
- WHAT TO DO IF YOU SMELL GAS:
•
Do not try to light any appliance.
•
Do not touch any electrical switch; do not use
any phone in your building.
•
Immediately call your gas supplier from a
neighbour’s phone. Follow the gas supplier’s
instructions.
•
If you cannot reach your gas supplier, call the
fire department.
- Installation and service must be performed by a
qualified installer, service agency or the supplier.
This appliance may be installed in an aftermarket,
permanently located, manufactured home (USA
only) or mobile home, where not prohibited by
local codes.
This appliance is only for use with the type of gas
indicated on the rating plate. This appliance is
not convertible for use with other gases, unless a
certified kit is used.
!
WARNING
HOT GLASS WILL CAUSE
BURNS.
DO NOT TOUCH GLASS UNTIL
COOLED.
NEVER ALLOW CHILDREN TO
TOUCH GLASS.
Wolf Steel Ltd., 24 Napoleon Rd., Barrie, ON, L4M 0G8 Canada /
103 Miller Drive, Crittenden, Kentucky, USA, 41030
Phone (705)721-1212 • Fax (705)722-6031 • www.continentalfireplaces.com • ask@continentalfire.on.ca
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
1.0
2.0
3.0
INSTALLATION OVERVIEW
INTRODUCTION
3
4
2.1
2.1.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
5
5
5
7
7
VENTING
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.3.1
3.3.2
3.4
3.5
3.6
3.7
3.8
3.9
3.10
4.0
5.0
6.0
7.0
8.0
9.0
10.0
12.0
VENTING LENGTHS AND COMPONENTS
TYPICAL VENT INSTALLATIONS
SPECIAL VENT INSTALLATIONS
PERISCOPE TERMINATION
CORNER TERMINATION
VENT TERMINAL CLEARANCES
VENT APPLICATION FLOW CHART
DEFINITIONS
ELBOW VENT LENGTH VALUES
TOP EXIT HORIZONTAL TERMINATION
REAR EXIT HORIZONTAL TERMINATION
TOP OR REAR EXIT VERTICAL TERMINATION
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8
9
11
11
11
12
13
13
14
14
16
18
PRE-INSTALLATION PREPARATION
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4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
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21
21
21
REMOVING THE VALVE ACCESS DOOR AND TOP DOOR TRIM
DOOR OPERATION
REAR EXIT
TOP VENT
INSTALLATION
22
5.1
5.2
5.3
5.4
5.4.1
5.4.2
5.4.3
5.5
5.5.1
5.5.2
5.6
5.6.1
5.7
5.8
5.9
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23
23
24
24
25
26
26
26
26
27
28
29
29
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WALL AND CEILING PROTECTION
HORIZONTAL INSTALLATION
VERTICAL INSTALLATION
USING FLEXIBLE VENT COMPONENTS
HORIZONTAL AIR TERMINAL INSTALLATION
VERTICAL AIR TERMINAL INSTALLATION
APPLIANCE VENT CONNECTION
USING RIGID VENT COMPONENTS
HORIZONTAL AIR TERMINAL INSTALLATION
EXTENDED HORIZONTAL AND CORNER TERMINAL INSTALLATION
VERTICAL THROUGH EXISTING CHIMNEY
VERTICAL AIR TERMINAL INSTALLATION
MOBILE HOME INSTALLATION
GAS INSTALLATION
OPTIONAL WALL SWITCH EXCLUDING BCDV36CFG
FRAMING
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6.1
6.2
6.2.1
6.3
6.3.1
6.3.2
6.3.3
6.3.4
6.4
6.4.1
6.4.2
6.6
6.5
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33
34
35
35
36
36
37
38
38
39
40
40
INSTALLING STAND-OFFS
MINIMUM FRAMING DIMENSIONS
STEEL HEADER INSTALLATION FOR CLEAN FACE SURROUND
MINIMUM ENCLOSURE CLEARANCES
REAR VENT ENCLOSURE
TOP VENT ENCLOSURE
ALCOVE ENCLOSURE
CLEAN FACE SURROUND MINIMUM ENCLOSURE CLEARANCES
CLEAN FACE SURROUND FRAMING AND FINISHING
FINISHED FLOOR INSTALLATION
HEARTH INSTALLATION
ALCOVE FRAMING
MINIMUM MANTEL CLEARANCES
FINISHING
41
7.1
7.2
41
42
DOOR INSTALLATION & REMOVAL
CLEAN FACE TRIM KIT INSTALLATION EXCLUDING GD36M
BCDV36CF FINISHING
43
8.1
8.2
8.3
8.4
8.5
43
44
44
44
44
LOG PLACEMENT
GLOWING EMBERS
CHARCOAL EMBERS
LOGO PLACEMENT
OPTIONAL ROCK KIT
BCDV36CFG FINISHING
45
9.1
9.2
45
46
GLASS BURNER INSTALLATION
TOP PRP PANEL INSTALLATION GD36M
OPTIONAL BLOWER INSTALLATION
10.1
11.0
DIMENSIONS
BCDV36CF / BCDV36CFG
GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS
GENERAL INFORMATION
RATING PLATE INFORMATION
ACCESSING THE BLOWER
47
47
WIRING DIAGRAM
48
11.1
11.2
11.3
48
49
50
BCDV36CFG LIGHT SWITCH
BCDV36CFG BURNER SWITCH
RECEPTACLE WIRING DIAGRAM
OPERATION
51
12.1
12.2
51
52
BCDV36CF
BCDV36CFG
NOTE: Changes, other than editorial, are denoted by a vertical line in the margin.
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13.0
14.0
15.0
16.0
17.0
18.0
ADJUSTMENTS
53
13.1
13.2
13.2.1
13.2.2
13.3
13.4
53
53
53
54
54
55
PILOT BURNER ADJUSTMENT
VENTURI ADJUSTMENT
BCDV36CF VENTURI ADJUSTMENT
BCDV36CFG VENTURI ADJUSTMENT
BCDV36CF FLAME CHARACTERISTICS
BCDV36CFG FLAME CHARACTERISTICS
MAINTENANCE
55
14.1
14.2
14.3
14.4
14.5
56
56
57
57
57
BULB REPLACEMENT BCDV36CFG
LENS ASSEMBLY REPLACEMENT BCDV36CFG
DOOR GLASS REPLACEMENT
CARE OF GLASS
CARE OF PLATED PARTS
REPLACEMENTS
TROUBLESHOOTING
58
62
16.1
16.2
BCDV36CF
BCDV36CFG
62
64
WARRANTY
SERVICE HISTORY
66
67
1.0 INSTALLATION OVERVIEW
See the sections “MINIMUM
ENCLOSURE CLEARANCES”
for drywall (or other
combustible material)
See the section “MINIMUM
MANTEL AND ENCLOSURE
CLEARANCES”
See the section
“VENTING” and
“INSTALLATION”
See the section
“INSTALLATION FRAMING”
See the section
“FRAMING”
Side
Wall
See the section “RATING
PLATE INFORMATION”
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2.0 INTRODUCTION
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WARNING
THIS APPLIANCE IS HOT WHEN OPERATED AND CAN CAUSE SEVERE BURNS IF CONTACTED.
ANY CHANGES TO THIS APPLIANCE OR IT’S CONTROLS CAN BE DANGEROUS AND IS PROHIBITED.
Do not operate appliance before reading and understanding operating instructions. Failure to operate appliance
according to operating instructions could cause fire or injury.
Risk of fire or asphyxiation do not operate appliance with fixed glass removed.
Do not connect 110 volts to the control valve.
Risk of burns. The appliance should be turned off and cooled before servicing.
Do not install damaged, incomplete or substitute components.
Risk of cuts and abrasions. Wear protective gloves and safety glasses during installation. Sheet metal edges may be
sharp.
Do not burn wood or other materials in this appliance.
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. Toddlers,
young children and others may be susceptible to accidental contact burns. A physical barrier is recommended if there
are at risk individuals in the house. To restrict access to an appliance 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.
Clothing or other flammable material should not be placed on or near the appliance.
Due to high temperatures, the appliance should be located out of traffic and away from furniture and draperies.
Ensure you have incorporated adequate safety measure to protect infants/toddlers from touching hot surfaces.
Even after the appliance is out, the glass and/or screen will remain hot for an extended period of time.
Check with your local hearth specialty dealer for safety screens and hearth guards to protect children from hot surfaces.
These screens and guards must be fastened to the floor.
Any safety screen or guard removed for servicing must be replaced prior to operating the appliance.
The appliance is a vented gas-fired appliance. Do not burn wood or other materials in the appliance.
It is imperative that the control compartments, burners and circulating blower and its passageway in the appliance
and venting system are kept clean. The appliance and its venting system should be inspected before use and at least
annually by a qualified service person. More frequent cleaning may be required due to excessive lint from carpeting,
bedding material, etc. The appliance area must be kept clear and free from combustible materials, gasoline and other
flammable vapors and liquids.
Under no circumstances should this appliance be modified.
This appliance must not be connected to a chimney flue pipe serving a separate solid fuel burning appliance.
Do not use this appliance if any part has been under water. Immediately call a qualified service technician to inspect the
appliance and to replace any part of the control system and any gas control which has been under water.
Do not operate the appliance with the glass door removed, cracked or broken. Replacement of the glass should be done
by a licensed or qualified service person.
Do not strike or slam shut the appliance glass door.
When equipped with pressure relief doors, they must be kept closed while the appliance is operating to prevent exhaust
fumes containing carbon monoxide, from entering into the home. Temperatures of the exhaust escaping through these
openings can also cause the surrounding combustible materials to overheat and catch fire.Only doors / optional fronts
certified with the unit are to be installed on the appliance.
Only doors / optional fronts certified with the unit are to be installed on the appliance.
Keep the packaging material out of reach of children and dispose of the material in a safe manner. As with all plastic
bags, these are not toys and should be kept away from children and infants.
As with any combustion appliance, we recommend having your appliance regularly inspected and serviced as well as
having a Carbon Monoxide Detector installed in the same area to defend you and your family against Carbon Monoxide.
Ensure clearances to combustibles are maintained when building a mantel or shelves above the appliance. Elevated
temperatures on the wall or in the air above the appliance can cause melting, discolouration or damage to decorations, a
T.V. or other electronic components.
This appliance uses and requires a fast acting thermocouple. Replace only with a fast acting thermocouple supplied by
Wolf Steel Ltd.
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2.1
DIMENSIONS
2.1.1 BCDV36CF / BCDV36CFG
5”
ǩ”
27”
38 ½”
38 ½”
33”
34”
4" DIA.
7" DIA.
17”
24 ¼”
15”
8”
4 ǩ”
40”
3 ǫ”
2.2
3”
ELECTRICAL INLET
LEFT SIDE
GAS
INLET
GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS
!
WARNING
ALWAYS LIGHT THE PILOT WHETHER FOR THE FIRST TIME OR IF THE GAS SUPPLY HAS RUN OUT,
WITH THE GLASS DOOR OPENED OR REMOVED.
PROVIDE ADEQUATE CLEARANCE FOR SERVICING AND OPERATING THE APPLIANCE.
PROVIDE ADEQUATE VENTILATION.
NEVER OBSTRUCT THE FRONT OPENING OF THE APPLIANCE.
OBJECTS PLACED IN FRONT OF THE APPLIANCE MUST BE KEPT A MINIMUM OF 48” FROM THE
FRONT FACE OF THE APPLIANCE.
SURFACES AROUND AND ESPECIALLY ABOVE THE APPLIANCE CAN BECOME HOT. AVOID CONTACT
WHEN THE APPLIANCE IS OPERATING.
FIRE RISK. EXPLOSION HAZARD.
HIGH PRESSURE WILL DAMAGE VALVE. DISCONNECT GAS SUPPLY PIPING BEFORE PRESSURE TESTING GAS
LINE AT TEST PRESSURES ABOVE 1/2 PSIG. CLOSE THE MANUAL SHUT-OFF VALVE BEFORE PRESSURE
TESTING GAS LINE AT TEST PRESSURES EQUAL TO OR LESS THAN 1/2 PSIG.
USE ONLY WOLF STEEL APPROVED OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES AND REPLACEMENT PARTS WITH THIS APPLIANCE.
USING NON-LISTED ACCESSORIES (BLOWERS, DOORS, LOUVRES, TRIMS, GAS COMPONENTS, VENTING
COMPONENTS, ETC.) COULD RESULT IN A SAFETY HAZARD AND WILL VOID THE WARRANTY AND CERTIFICATION.
THIS GAS APPLIANCE SHOULD BE INSTALLED AND SERVICED BY A QUALIFIED INSTALLER to
conform with local codes. Installation practices vary from region to region and it is important to know the
specifics that apply to your area, for example in Massachusetts State:
• This product must be installed by a licensed plumber or gas fitter when installed within the commonwealth
of Massachusetts.
• The appliance damper must be removed or welded in the open position prior to installation of a appliance
insert or gas log.
• The appliance off valve must be a “T” handle gas cock.
• The flexible connector must not be longer than 36 inches.
• A Carbon Monoxide detector is required in all rooms containing gas fired appliances.
• The appliance is not approved for installation in a bedroom or bathroom unless the unit is a direct vent
sealed combustion product.
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The installation must conform with local codes or, in
absence of local codes, the National Gas and Propane
Installation Code CSA B149.1 in Canada, or the National
Fuel Gas Code, ANSI Z223.1 / NFPA 54 in the United
States. Suitable for mobile home installation if installed in
accordance with the current standard CAN/CSA Z240MH
Series, for gas equipped mobile homes, in Canada or
ANSI Z223.1 and NFPA 54 in the United States.
We suggest that our gas
hearth products be installed
and serviced by professionals
who are certified in the U.S.
by the National Fireplace
Institute® (NFI) as NFI Gas
Specialists
As long as the required clearance to combustibles is
maintained, the most desirable and beneficial location
www.nficertified.org
for an appliance is in the center of a building, thereby
allowing the most efficient use of the heat created. The location of windows, doors and the traffic flow in the
room where the appliance is to be located should be considered. If possible, you should choose a location
where the vent will pass through the house without cutting a floor or roof joist.
If the appliance is installed directly on carpeting, vinyl tile or other combustible material other than wood
flooring, the appliance shall be installed on a metal or wood panel extending the full width and depth.
Some appliances have optional fans or blowers. If an optional fan or blower is installed, the junction box must
be electrically connected and grounded in accordance with local codes, use the current CSA C22.1 Canadian
Electrical Code in Canada or the ANSI/NFPA 70 National Electrical code in the United States.
4.1A
All sections of this manual with BCDV36CF(G) are common to BCDV36CF and the BCDV36CFG.
2.3
GENERAL INFORMATION
FOR YOUR SATISFACTION, THIS APPLIANCE HAS BEEN TEST-FIRED TO ASSURE ITS OPERATION AND
QUALITY!
APPLIANCE
NG
LP
Altitude (FT)
0-4,500
0-4500
Max. Input (BTU/HR)
17,000
17,000
Max. Output Steady State (BTU/HR)
10,900
10,900
Efficiency (w/the fan on)
64%
64%
A.F.U.E. (Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency)
53%
53%
Min. Inlet Gas Supply Pressure
4.5" Water Column
11" Water Column
Max. Inlet Gas Supply Pressure
7" Water Column
13" Water Column
3.5" Water Column
10" Water Column
Manifold Pressure (Under Flow Conditions)
When the appliance is installed at elevations above 4,500 ft, and in the absence of specific recommendations
from the local authority having jurisdiction, the certified high altitude input rating shall be reduced at the rate of
4% for each additional 1,000 ft.
This appliance is approved for bathroom, bedroom and bed-sitting room installations and is suitable for mobile
home installation.
No external electricity (110 volts or 24 volts) is required for the gas system operation.
Expansion / contraction noises during heating up and cooling down cycles are normal and are to be expected.
Use only accessories designed for and listed with your specific appliance.
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3.1
RATING PLATE INFORMATION
INSTALLER: It is your responsibility to check off the appropriate box on the rating plate according to
the model, venting and gas type of the appliance.
For rating plate location, see “INSTALLATION OVERVIEW” section.
This illustration is for reference only. Refer to the rating plate on the appliance
ance for
fo accurate information.
M
P
LE
CERTIFIED UNDER / HOMOLOGUE SELON LES NORMES: CSA 2.22b-2009, ANSI Z21.50b-2009 VENTED GAS FIREPLACE / FOYER AU GAZ AVEC EVACUAT
EVACUATION.
FOYER A GAZ VENTILE DIRECT. HOMOLOGUE
OMOLOGUE
OLOGUE POUR INSTALLATION DANS U
UNE CHAMBRE A COUCHER, UNE
DIRECT VENT GAS FIREPLACE. SUITABLE FOR BEDROOM, BATHROOM AND BED-SITTING ROOM
SALLE DE BAIN ET UN STUDIO.
DANS UNE MAISON MOBILE SI SON
TUDIO. APPROPRIE POUR INSTALLATION DAN
INSTALLATION. SUITABLE FOR MOBILE HOME INSTALLATION IF INSTALLED IN ACCORDANCE
INSTALLATION CONFORME
Z240MH SERIE DE MAISONS
ORME AUX EXIGENCES
XIGENCES DE LA NORME CAN/CSA
CAN/C
WITH THE CURRENT STANDARD CAN/CSA Z240MH SERIES GAS EQUIPPED MOBILE HOMES,
MOBILES EQUIPEES
AUX ETATS-UNIS DE LA NORME DE
S AU GAZ, EN VIGUEUR
GUEUR AU CANADA OU A
IN CANADA OR IN THE UNITED STATES THE MANUFACTURED HOME CONTRUCTION AND
SECURITE ET DE
MANUFACTUREES, TITRE 24 CFR, SECTION 3280.
E CONSTRUCTION DE MAISONS MANUFACT
MANUFACTU
SAFETY STANDARD, TITLE 24 CFR, PART 3280. WHEN THIS US STANDARD IS NOT
DANS LE CAS OU CETTE NORME D'ETATS-UNIS NE PEUT ET
ETRE APPLIQUEE, SE REFERER A LA NORME
APPLICABLE USE THE STANDARD FOR FIRE SAFETY CRITERIA FOR MANUFACTURED
RELATIVE AU
CONTRE L'INCENDIE POUR LES INSTALLATIONS
U CRITERE DE MESURES DE SECURITE CO
CON
HOME INSTALLATIONS, SITES AND COMMUNITIES, ANSI / NFPA 501A. WHEN INSTALLED
DANS LES
LES COMMUNAUTES, ANSI/NFPA 501A. LORSQU'IL
ES MAISONS MANUFACTURES, LES SITES ET L
LE
WITH SCREEN KIT GD-565KT, THE FIREPLACE COMPLIES WITH CGA CERTIFICATION
EST INSTALLE
GD-565KT, LE FOYER EST CONFORME A LA NORME DE
NSTALLE
LE AVEC LA TROUSSE POUR ECRAN GDG
REQUIREMENT CR95-006.
CERTIFICATION DE L'ACG CR95-006.
9700539 (WSL)
4001658 (NAC)
BGD36CFNTR
4001657 (NGZ)
4001659 (WUSA)
BCDV36CFNTR
MODEL
L
0-4500FT (0-1370m)
17,000 BTU/h
12,000 BTU/h
ALTITUDE / ELEVATION
LEVATION
INPUT / ALIMENTATION
IMENTATION
MENTATION
REDUCED INPUT / ALIMENTATION
MENTATION REDUITE
MANIFOLD PRESSURE: 3.5" WATER COLUMN
UMN
MN
PRESSION AU COLLECTEUR: 3.5" D'UNE COLONNE D'EAU
MINIMUM SUPPLY PRESSURE: 4.5" WATER COLUMN
PRESSION D'ALIMENTATION MINIMALE: 4.5" D'UNE COLONNE
NNE
E D'EAU
MAXIMUM SUPPLY PRESSURE: 7.0" WATER
ATER COLUMN
OLUMN
PRESSION D'ALIMENTATION MAXIMALE: 7.0" D'UNE COLONNE
OLONNE D'EAU
NOT FOR USE WITH SOLID FUEL. FOR USE WITH GLASS
DOORS CERTIFIED WITH THIS UNIT ONLY.
WARNING: THIS FIREPLACE USES AND REQUIRES A FAST ACTING THERMOCOUPLE.
HERMOCOUPLE.
OUPLE.
S
A
REPLACE
ONLY WITH A FAST ACTING THERMOCOUPLE SUPPLIED BY WOLF STEEL
L LTD.
DO NOT ADD ANY MATERIAL TO THE APPLIANCE, WHICH WILL COME IN
N CONTACT WITH THE FLAMES
FLAMES,
OTHER THAN THAT SUPPLIED BY THE MANUFACTURER WITH THE APPLIANCE.
APPLIANC
MINIMUM CLEARANCE TO COMBUSTIBLE MATERIALS /
DEGAGEMENTS MINIMAUX DES MATERIAUX COMBUSTIBLES:
TOP/ DESSUS
0
RECESSED DEPTH / PROFONDEUR
17.25"
ONDEUR
EUR D'ENCASTRE
T
1"
FLOOR / PLANCHER
0
VENT SIDES / COTES DE L'EVENT
PERIEUR
2"
SIDES / COTES
0
VENT TOP / EVENT SUPERIEUR
NT INFERIEUR
1"
BACK / ARRIERE
0
VENT BOTTOM / EVENT
MANTEL / MANTEAU
12" *
SION HORIZONTALE MAXIMALE: 2". S
SEE INS
* MAXIMUM HORIZONTAL EXTENSION / L'EXTENSION
INSTRUCTION
RER AU MANUEL D'INSTRUCTION PO
POUR DES
MANUAL FOR GREATER EXTENSIONS. REFERER
EXTENSIONS PLUS GRANDES.
VEN
SEE OWNER'S INSTRUCTION MANUAL FOR MINIMUM AND MAXIMUM VE
VENT LENGTHS.
STALLATION
ALLATION DE PROPRIETAIRE POUR LES LONGUEURS
REFERER AU MANUEL D'INSTALLATION
E ET MAXIMALE.
D'EVACUATION MINIMALE
WOLF STEEL LTD.
BGD36CFPTR
MANIFOLD
ANIFOLD PRESSURE:
PRES
10" WATER
WAT
COLUMN
PRESSION
ESSION AU CO
COLLECTEUR: 10" D'UNE COLONNE D'EAU
PRESSURE: 11" WATER COLUMN
MINIMUM SUPPLY PR
PRESSU
D'ALIMENTATION MINIMALE: 11" D'UNE COLONNE D'EAU
PRESSION D'ALIMENTA
D'ALIMENTAT
MAXIMUM SUPPLY PRESSURE:
13" WATER COLUMN
PR
PRESSION D'ALIMENTATION
MAXIMALE: 13" D'UNE COLONNE D'EAU
D'ALIME
UN COM
COMBU
COMBUSTIBLE SOLIDE NE DOIT PAS ETRE UTILISE AVEC
CET APP
APPAREIL. UTILISER AVEC LES PORTES VITREES
HOMO
HOMOLOGUEES SEULEMENT AVEC CETTE UNITE.
AVERTISSEMENT: CE FOYER UTILISE ET REQUIERT UN THERMOCOUPLE À ACTION RAPIDE.
AVE
REMPLACEZ
UNIQUEMENT AVEC UN THERMOCOUPLE À ACTION RAPIDE DE WOLF STEEL LTÉE.
R
E
N’AJOUTEZ PAS A CET APPAREIL AUCUN MATERIAU DEVANT ENTRER EN CONTACT AVEC LES FLAMMES
AUTRE QUE CELUI QUI EST FOURNI AVEC CET APPAREIL PAR LE FABRICANT.
THE APPLIANCE MUST BE VENTED USING THE APPROPRIATE WOLF STEEL VENT KITS. SEE OWNERS
INSTALLATION MANUAL FOR VENTING SPECIFICS. PROPER REINSTALLATION AND RESEALING IS
NECESSARY AFTER SERVICING THE VENT-AIR INTAKE SYSTEM.
L'APPAREIL DOIT EVACUER SES GAZ EN UTILISANT L'ENSEMBLE D'EVACUATION PROPRE A NAPOLEON.
REFERER AU MANUEL D'INSTALLATION DE PROPRIETAIRE POUR L'EVACUATION PRECISE. IL EST
IMPORTANT DE BIEN REINSTALLER ET RESCELLER L'EVENT APRES AVOIR ASSURE LE MAINTIEN DU
SYSTEME DE PRISE D'AIR.
ELECTRICAL RATING / CLASSIFICATION: 115V 0.82AMP, 60HZ
OPTIONAL FAN KIT / ENSEMBLE DE VENTILATEUR FACULTATIF: GZ550-KT, GD65
SERIAL NUMBER/NO. DE SERIE:
24 NAPOLEON ROAD, BARRIE, ON, L4M 0G8 CANADA
BCDV36CFPTR
0-4500FT (0-1370m
(0-1370m)
17,000 BTU/h
12,000 BTU/h
BGD36CF
W385-0342 / H
3.0 VENTING
!
WARNING
RISK OF FIRE, MAINTAIN SPECIFIED AIR SPACE CLEARANCES TO VENT PIPE AND APPLIANCE.
IF VENTING IS INCLUDED WITH SPACERS THE VENT SYSTEM MUST BE SUPPORTED EVERY 3 FEET
FOR BOTH VERTICAL AND HORIZONTAL RUNS. USE SUPPORTS OR EQUIVALENT
NON-COMBUSTIBLE STRAPPING TO MAINTAIN THE REQUIRED CLEARANCE FROM
COMBUSTIBLES. USE WOLF STEEL LTD. SUPPORT RING ASSEMBLY W010-0370 OR EQUIVALENT
NON-COMBUSTIBLE STRAPPING TO MAINTAIN THE MINIMUM CLEARANCE TO COMBUSTIBLES
FOR BOTH VERTICAL AND HORIZONTAL RUNS. SPACERS ARE ATTACHED TO THE INNER PIPE AT
PREDETERMINED INTERVALS TO MAINTAIN AN EVEN AIR GAP TO THE OUTER PIPE. THIS GAP IS
REQUIRED FOR SAFE OPERATION. A SPACER IS REQUIRED AT THE START, MIDDLE AND END OF
EACH ELBOW TO ENSURE THIS GAP IS MAINTAINED. THESE SPACERS MUST NOT BE REMOVED.
THIS APPLIANCE USES A 4” EXHAUST / 7” AIR INTAKE VENT PIPE SYSTEM.
Refer to the section applicable to your installation.
For safe and proper operation of the appliance follow the venting instruction exactly. Deviation from the
minimum vertical vent length can create difficulty in burner start-up and/or carboning. Under extreme vent
configurations, allow several minutes (5-15) for the flame to stabilize after ignition. Provide a means for
visually checking the vent connection to the appliance after the appliance is installed. Use a firestop, vent pipe
shield or attic insulation shield when penetrating interior walls, floor or ceiling.
NOTE: If for any reason the vent air intake system is disassembled; reinstall per the instructions
provided for the initial installation.
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3.2
VENTING LENGTHS AND COMPONENTS
Use only Wolf Steel, Simpson Dura-Vent, Selkirk Direct Temp, American Metal Amerivent or Metal-Fab venting
components. Minimum and maximum vent lengths, for both horizontal and vertical installations, and air terminal
locations for either system are set out in this manual and must be adhered to. For Simpson Dura-Vent, Selkirk Direct
Temp, American Metal Amerivent and Metal-Fab follow the installation procedure provided with the venting components.
A starter adaptor must be used with the following vent systems and may be purchased from the corresponding supplier:
PART
4”/7”
SUPPLIER
WEBSITE
Duravent
W175-0053
Wolf Steel
www.duravent.com
Amerivent
4DSC-N2
American Metal
www.americanmetalproducts.com
Direct Temp
4DT-AAN
Selkirk
www.selkirkcorp.com
SuperSeal
4DNA
Metal-Fab
www.mtlfab.com
For Simpson Dura-Vent, Selkirk Direct Temp, American Metal Amerivent and Metal-Fab follow the installation
procedure found on the website for your venting supplier.
For vent systems that provide seals on the inner exhaust flue, only the outer air intake joints must be sealed using a red
high temperature silicone (RTV). This same sealant may be used on both the inner exhaust and outer intake vent pipe
joints of all other approved vent systems except for the exhaust vent pipe connection to the appliance flue collar which must
be sealed using the black high temperature sealant Mill Pac. High temperature sealant must be ordered separately.
When using Wolf Steel venting components, use only approved Wolf Steel rigid / flexible components with the following
termination kits: wall terminal kit GD222, GD222R, or 1/12 to 7/12 pitch roof terminal kit GD110, 8/12 to 12/12 roof terminal
kit GD111, flat roof terminal kit GD112 or periscope kit GD201 (for wall penetration below grade). With flexible venting, in
conjunction with the various terminations, use either the 5 foot vent kit GD220 or the 10 foot vent kit GD330.
For optimum flame appearance and appliance performance, keep the vent length and number of elbows to a minimum.
The air terminal must remain unobstructed at all times. Examine the air terminal at least once a year to verify that
it is unobstructed and undamaged.
Rigid and flexible venting systems must not be combined. Different venting manufacturer components must not
be combined.
These vent kits allow for either horizontal or vertical venting of the appliance. The maximum allowable horizontal run is 20
feet. The maximum allowable vertical vent length is 40 feet. The maximum number of vent connections is two horizontally
or three vertically (excluding the appliance and the air terminal connections) when using flexible venting.
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3.3
TYPICAL VENT INSTALLATIONS
REQUIRED RISE ON HORIZONTAL
VENTING
REAR VENT
TOP VENT
CORNER
VENT
RIGID
0" / FT
FLEXIBLE
0" / FT
RIGID
0" / FT
FLEXIBLE
0" / FT
RIGID
0"
FLEXIBLE
6"
16" MINIMUM
For optimum performance, it is recommended that all horizontal runs have a 1" rise per
foot.
40 FT
MAXIMUM
3 FT
MINIMUM
20" MAXIMUM
24 1/4"
MINIMUM
PLUS RISE*
24 1/4"
* See "VENTING" section.
REAR VENT
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16" MINIMUM
40 FT
MAXIMUM
3 FT
MINIMUM
24" MAXIMUM
10"
MINIMUM
42 3/8"
MINIMUM
PLUS RISE*
34"
34"
TOP VENT
* See "VENTING" section.
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3.4 SPECIAL VENT INSTALLATIONS
3.4.1 PERISCOPE TERMINATION
Use the periscope kit to locate the air termination above grade. The periscope must be installed so that when
final grading is completed, the bottom air slot is located a minimum 12” above grade. The maximum allowable
vent length is 10’ for a fireplace and 8’ for a stove.
12"
MIN TO
GRADE
12"
MIN TO
GRADE
30" MIN
30" MIN
34"
24 1/4"
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3.4.2 CORNER TERMINATION
The maximum vent length for a corner installation is 20" of horizontal run, in addition to the 45° offset. In this
case zero rise is acceptable when using rigid. Flexible venting must maintain a 6" rise.
20" MAX
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3.5
VENT TERMINAL CLEARANCES
COVERED BALCONY APPLICATIONS ††*
Q
R
INSTALLATIONS
S
G
Q MIN
= 3 feet
R MAX
= 2 x Q ACTUAL
R MAX
” feet
P
CANADA
U.S.A.
A
12”
12”
Clearance above grade, veranda porch, deck or balcony.
B
12”
9”
Clearance to windows or doors that open.
C
12” *
12” *
Clearance to permanently closed windows.
D
18” **
18” **
Vertical clearance to ventilated soffits located above the terminal within a horizontal distance of 2’ from
the center line of the terminal.
E
12” **
12” **
Clearance to unventilated soffit.
Δ
Δ
0”
0”
0” ***
0” ***
Clearance to an inside non-combustible corner wall or protruding non-combustible obstructions (chimney, etc.).
2” ***
2” ***
Clearance to an inside combustible corner wall or protruding combustible obstructions (vent chase, etc.).
3’
3’ ****
Clearance to each side of the center line extended above the meter / regulator assembly to a maximum
vertical distance of 15’.
I
3’
3’ ****
Clearance to a service regulator vent outlet.
J
12”
9”
F
G
H
Clearance to an outside corner wall.
Clearance to a non-mechanical air supply inlet to the building or a combustion air inlet to any other appliance.
K
6’
3’ †
L
7’ ‡
7’ ****
Clearance to a mechanical air supply inlet.
M
12” ††
12” ****
N
16”
16”
Clearance above the roof.
O
2’ †*
2’ †*
Clearance from an adjacent wall including neighbouring buildings.
Clearance above a paved sidewalk or paved driveway located on public property.
Clearance under a veranda, porch or deck.
P
8’
8’
Roof must be non-combustible without openings.
Q
3’
3’
See chart for wider wall dimensions.
R
6’
6’
See chart for deeper wall dimensions. The terminal shall not be installed on any wall that has an opening between the terminal and the open side of the structure.
12”
12”
S
Δ
Clearance under a covered balcony
The terminal shall not be located less than 6 feet under a window that opens on a horizontal plane in a structure with three walls and a roof.
*
Recommended to prevent condensation on windows and thermal breakage
**
It is recommended to use a heat shield and to maximize the distance to vinyl clad soffits.
***
The periscope requires a minimum 18 inches clearance from an inside corner.
****
This is a recommended distance. For additional requirements check local codes.
†
3 feet above if within 10 feet horizontally.
‡
A vent shall not terminate where it may cause hazardous frost or ice accumulations on adjacent property surfaces.
††
Permitted only if the veranda, porch, or deck is fully open on a minimum of two sides beneath the floor.
†*
Recommended to prevent recirculation of exhaust products. For additional requirements check local codes.
††*
Permitted only if the balcony is fully open on a minimum of one side.
NOTE: Clearances are in accordance with local installation codes and the requirements of the gas supplier.
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3.6
VENT APPLICATION FLOW CHART
TOP EXIT
Horizontal Termination
Vertical Termination
Vertical rise is equal
to or greater than
the horizontal run
Vertical rise is less
than horizontal run
Vertical rise is equal
to or greater than
the horizontal run
Vertical rise is less
than horizontal run
Horizontal run +
vertical rise to
maximum of 40 feet
Horizontal run +
vertical rise to
maximum of 24.75
feet
Horizontal run +
vertical rise to
maximum of 40 feet
Horizontal run +
vertical rise to
maximum of 40 feet
4.2 times the
vertical rise equal to
or greater than the
horizontal run
3 times the vertical
rise equal to or
greater than the
horizontal run
13.1
REAR EXIT
Horizontal Termination
Vertical Termination
Vertical rise is equal
to or greater than
the horizontal run
Vertical rise is less
than horizontal run
Vertical rise is equal
to or greater than
the horizontal run
Vertical rise is less
than horizontal run
Horizontal run +
vertical rise to
maximum of 40 feet
Horizontal run +
vertical rise to
maximum of 24.75
feet
Horizontal run +
vertical rise to
maximum of 40 feet
Horizontal run +
vertical rise to
maximum of 40 feet
3.5 times the
vertical rise equal to
or greater than the
horizontal run
3 times the vertical
rise equal to or
greater than the
horizontal run
13.2
3.7
DEFINITIONS
For the following symbols used in the venting calculations and examples are:
> - greater than
> - equal to or greater than
< - less than
< - equal to or less than
HT - total of both horizontal vent lengths (Hr) and offsets (Ho) in feet
HR - combined horizontal vent lengths in feet
HO - offset factor: .03 (total degrees of offset - 90°*) in feet
VT - combined vertical vent lengths in feet
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3.8
ELBOW VENT LENGTH VALUES
1°
15°
30°
45°
90°*
FEET
0.03
0.45
0.9
1.35
2.7
INCHES
0.5
6.0
11.0
16.0
32.0
* The first 90° offset has a zero value and is shown in the formula as - 90°
3.9
15.1
TOP EXIT HORIZONTAL TERMINATION
(HT) < (VT)
See graph to determine the required vertical
rise VT for the required horizontal run HT.
Simple venting configuration (only one 90° elbow)
39
40
30
REQUIRED
VERTICAL
RISE IN
FEET VT
20
10
0
2.5
5
7.5
10
12.5
15
17.5
20
HORIZONTAL VENT RUN PLUS OFFSET IN
FEET HT
The shaded area within the lines represents
acceptable values for HT and VT
For vent configurations requiring more than one 90° elbow, the following formulas apply:
Formula 1: HT < VT
Formula 2: HT + VT < 40 feet
Example:
V1 = 3 FT
V2 = 8 FT
VT = V1 + V2= 3 FT + 8 FT = 11 FT
H1 = 2.5 FT
H2 = 2 FT
HR = H1 + H2 = 2.5 + 2 = 4.5 FT
HO = .03 (three 90° elbows - 90°) = .03 (270° - 90°) = 5.4 FT
HT = HR + HO = 4.5 + 5.4 = 9.9 FT
HT + VT = 9.9 + 11 = 20.9 FT
HT < VT
9.9 < 11
Formula 2:
HT + VT < 40 FT
20.9 < 40
Since both formulas are met, this vent configuration is acceptable.
Formula 1:
90°
V2
90°
H1
90°
V1
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15
(HT) > (VT)
Simple venting configuration
(only one 90° elbow)
See graph to determine the required vertical rise VT for the required horizontal run HT.
150
147”
REQUIRED
VERTICAL
RISE IN
INCHES VT
100
57”
50
10”
0
5
2’
15
10
20
12.5’
19.5’
HORIZONTAL VENT RUN PLUS OFFSET IN FEET HT
The shaded area within the lines represents acceptable values for HT and VT
For vent configurations requiring more than one 90° elbow, the following formulas apply:
Formula 1: HT < 4.2 VT
Formula 2: HT + VT < 24.75 feet
Example:
V1 = VT = 6 FT
H1 = 3 FT
H2 = 5 FT
HR = H1 + H2 = 3 + 5 = 8 FT
HO = .03 (two 90° elbows - 90°) = .03 (180° - 90°) = 2.7 FT
HT = HR + HO = 8 + 2.7 = 10.7 FT
HT + VT = 10.7 + 6 = 16.7 FT
HT < 4.2 VT
4.2 VT = 4.2 x 6 = 25.2 FT
Formula 2:
HT + VT < 24.75 FT
16.7 < 24.75
Since both formulas are met, this vent configuration is acceptable.
H1
90°
H2
90°
V1
Formula 1:
Example:
V1 = 4 FT
V2 = 1.5 FT
VT = V1 + V2 = 4 + 1.5 = 5.5 FT
H1 = 2 FT
H2 = 1 FT
H3 = 1 FT
H4 = 1.5 FT
HR = H1 + H2 + H3 + H4 = 2 + 1 + 1 + 1.5 = 5.5 FT
HO = .03 (four 90° elbows - 90°) = .03 (360° - 90°) = 8.1 FT
HT = HR + HO = 5.5 + 8.1 = 13.6 FT
HT + VT = 13.6 + 5.5 = 19.1 FT
90°
90°
H1
90°
V2
H4
H2 H
3
90°
V1
HT < 4.2 VT
4.2 VT = 4.2 x 5.5 = 23.1 FT
13.6 < 23.1
Formula 2:
HT + VT < 24.75 FT
19.1 < 24.75
Since both formulas are met, this vent configuration is acceptable.
Formula 1:
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3.10 REAR EXIT HORIZONTAL TERMINATION
(HT) < (VT)
Simple venting configuration
(only two 90° elbows)
See graph to determine the required vertical rise VT for the required
horizontal run HT.
38.3
40
30
REQUIRED
VERTICAL
RISE IN
FEET VT
20
10
1.6
0
2.5
5
7.5
10
12.5
15
17.5
20
1.6
HORIZONTAL VENT RUN PLUS OFFSET IN FEET HT
The shaded area within the lines represents acceptable values for HT
and HT
For vent configurations requiring more than two 90° elbows, the following formulas apply:
Formula 1: HT < VT
Formula 2: HT + VT < 40 feet
Example:
V1 = 9 FT
V2 = 6 FT
VT = V1 + V2 = 9 + 6 = 15 FT
H1 = 3 FT
H2 = 2 FT
H3 = 1.5 FT
HR = H1 + H2 + H3 = 3 + 2 + 1.5 = 6.5 FT
HO = .03 (four 90° elbows - 90°) = .03 (360° - 90°) = 8.1 FT
HT = HR + HO = 6.5 + 8.1 = 14.6 FT
HT + VT = 14.6 + 15 = 29.6 FT
90°
H3
V2
90°
H2
90°
V1
H1
HT < VT
14.6 < 15
Formula 2:
HT + VT < 40 FT
29.6 < 40
Since both formulas are met, this vent configuration is acceptable.
Formula 1:
90°
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(HT) > (VT)
Simple venting configuration
(only two 90° elbows)
See graph to determine the required vertical rise VT for the
required horizontal run HT.
147
REQUIRED
VERTICAL
RISE IN
INCHES VT
150
100
66
50
12
0
2.5
1
5
7.5
10
12.5
15
3.5
17.5
20
19.25
HORIZONTAL VENT RUN PLUS OFFSET IN FEET HT
The shaded area within the lines represents acceptable
values for HT and HT
For vent configurations requiring more than two 90° elbows, the following formulas apply:
Formula 1: HT < 3.5VT
Formula 2: HT + VT < 24.75 feet
Example:
V1 = 4 FT
V2 = 1.5 FT
VT = V1 + V2 = 4 + 1.5 = 5.5 FT
H1 = 2 FT
H2 = 1 FT
H3 = 1 FT
H4 = 1.5 FT
HR = H1 + H2 + H3 + H4 = 2 + 1 + 1 + 1.5 = 5.5 FT
HO = .03 (four 90° elbows + one 45° elbow - 90°)
= .03 (90 + 90 + 90 + 90 + 45 - 90) = 9.45 FT
HT = HR + HO = 5.5 + 9.45 = 14.95 FT
HT + VT = 14.95 + 5.5 = 20.45 FT
90°
H3
V2
90°
H2
90°
V1
H1
90°
HT < 3.5VT
3.5VT = 3.5 x 5.5 = 19.25 FT
14.95 < 19.25
Formula 2:
HT + VT < 24.75 FT
20.45 < 24.75
Since both formulas are met, this vent configuration is acceptable.
Formula 1:
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3.11 TOP OR REAR EXIT VERTICAL TERMINATION
(HT) < (VT)
Simple venting configurations.
See graph to determine the required vertical rise VT for the
required horizontal run HT.
40
30
REQUIRED
VERTICAL
RISE IN
FEET VT
20
10
3
0
5
10
15
20
HORIZONTAL VENT RUN PLUS OFFSET IN FEET HT
The shaded area within the lines represents acceptable
values for HT and HT
For vent configurations requiring one or more 90° elbows (top exit) or one or more 90° elbows (rear
exit), the following formulas apply:
Formula 1: HT < VT
Formula 2: HT + VT < 40 feet
Example:
V1 = 5 FT
V2 = 6 FT
V3 = 10 FT
VT = V1 + V2 + V3 = 5 + 6 + 10 = 21 FT
H1 = 8 FT
H2 = 2.5 FT
HR = H1 + H2 = 8 + 2.5 = 10.5 FT
HO = .03 (four 90° elbows - 90°)
= .03 (360° - 90°) = 8.1 FT
HT = HR + HO = 10.5 + 8.1 = 18.6 FT
HT + VT = 18.6 + 21 = 39.6 FT
HT < 3.5 VT
18.6 < 21
Formula 2:
HT + VT < 40 FT
39.6 < 40
Since both formulas are met, this vent configuration is acceptable.
Formula 1:
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(HT) > (VT)
Simple venting configurations.
See graph to determine the required vertical rise VT for the
required horizontal run HT.
19
REQUIRED
VERTICAL
RISE IN
FEET VT
20
10
3
0
5
10
15
20
25
30
HORIZONTAL VENT RUN PLUS OFFSET IN FEET HT
The shaded area within the lines represents acceptable
values for HT and HT
For vent configurations requiring more than two 90° elbows (top exit) or one 90° elbow (rear exit), the following
formulas apply:
Formula 1: HT < 3 VT
Formula 2: HT + VT < 40 feet
90°
90°
Example:
V1 = 2 FT
V2 = 1 FT
V3 = 1.5 FT
VT = V1 + V2 + V3 = 2 + 1 + 1.5 = 4.5 FT
H1 = 6 FT
H2 = 2 FT
HR = H1 + H2 = 6 + 2 = 8 FT
HO = .03 (four 90° elbows - 90°)
= .03 (360° - 90°) = 8.1 FT
HT = HR + HO = 8 + 8.1 = 16.1 FT
HT + VT = 16.1 + 4.5 = 20.6 FT
V1
V3
H1
H2
V2
90°
90°
HT < 3.5 VT
3.5 VT = 3 x 4.5 = 13.5 FT
16.1 < 13.5
Since this formula is not met, this vent configuration is unacceptable.
Formula 1:
Formula 2:
HT + VT < 40 FT
16.1 < 13.5
Since only formula 2 is met, this vent configuration is unacceptable and a new fireplace location or vent configuration will
need to be established to satisfy both formulas.
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Example:
V1 = 1.5 FT
V2 = 5 FT
VT = V1 + V2 = 1.5 + 1 + 5 = 6.5 FT
H1 = 1 FT
H2 = 1 FT
H3 = 10.75 FT
HR = H1 + H2 + H3 = 1 + 1 + 10.75 = 12.75 FT
HO = .03 (four 90° elbows + one 45° elbow - 90°)
= .03 (360° + 45° - 90°) = 6.75 FT
HT = HR + HO = 12.75 + 6.75 = 19.5 FT
HT + VT = 19.5 + 6.5 = 26 FT
Formula 1:
HT < 3 VT
3 VT = 3 x 6.5 = 19.5 FT
19.5 = 19.5
V2
90°
H2
45°
V1
H3
H1
90°
Formula 2:
HT + VT < 40 FT
26 < 40
Since both formulas are met, this vent configuration is acceptable.
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4.0 PRE-INSTALLATION PREPARATION
For optimum performance, it is recommended that all horizontal runs have a 1" rise per foot.
4.1
REMOVING THE VALVE ACCESS DOOR AND TOP DOOR TRIM
A.
The valve access door rotates on the pins
attached to the side frame. Lift the valve access
door off the pins to operate the main glass door.
B.
Lift the top door trim off the top of the door.
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4.2
DOOR OPERATION
To access the lower door latch, open the Valve Access Door as illustrated. Release
the top and bottom door latches, located at the right side of the door.
4.3
REAR EXIT
!
WARNING
FAILURE TO INSTALL THE CAP WILL CAUSE THE APPLIANCE TO FUNCTION IMPROPERLY AND
CAN CAUSE INJURY OR PROPERTY DAMAGE.
From inside the firebox, insert the 4" flue pipe / gasket assembly (provided) through the
rear of the firebox. Secure the gasket assembly to the rear and top of the appliance using
4 #8 x ¾ inch Hex Head Wildrill screws supplied.
Do not overtighten. The gasket needs only to be snug against the firebox.
Before attaching elbows to the collars on the back of the appliance, 1½" will need to be
trimmed off the 4" collar.
4.4
TOP VENT
!
WARNING
FAILURE TO INSTALL THE CAP WILL CAUSE THE APPLIANCE TO FUNCTION IMPROPERLY AND
CAN CAUSE INJURY OR PROPERTY DAMAGE.
A.
Remove the 7" diameter cap from the top of the appliance and re-secure
it over the 7" collar located at the rear of the appliance. Press firmly on the
cap while securing to ensure an airtight seal. Do not damage the gasket.
B.
Remove the plate covering the 4" diameter flue opening (seen inside the
top of the 7" diameter collar) and discard. Try not to disturb the retaining
ring or the gasket beneath. Re-secure the ring and gasket using the screws
removed from the plate.
C.
From inside the firebox, insert the 4" flue pipe / gasket assembly through the
heat shield and out through the retaining ring. Secure the assembly to the
rear and top of the appliance using 4 #8 x ¾" Hex Head Wildrill screws supplied. Do not overtighten.
The gasket needs only to be snug against the firebox.
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5.0 INSTALLATION
!
WARNING
FOR SAFE AND PROPER OPERATION OF THE APPLIANCE, FOLLOW THE VENTING INSTRUCTIONS
EXACTLY.
ALL INNER EXHAUST AND OUTER INTAKE VENT PIPE JOINTS MAY BE SEALED USING EITHER RED
RTV HIGH TEMP SILICONE SEALANT W573-0002 (NOT SUPPLIED) OR BLACK HIGH TEMP MILL PAC
W573-0007 (NOT SUPPLIED) WITH THE EXCEPTION OF THE APPLIANCE EXHAUST FLUE COLLAR
WHICH MUST BE SEALED USING MILL PAC.
IF USING PIPE CLAMPS TO CONNECT VENT COMPONENTS, 3 SCREWS MUST ALSO BE USED TO
ENSURE THE CONNECTION CANNOT SLIP OFF.
DO NOT CLAMP THE FLEXIBLE VENT PIPE.
RISK OF FIRE, EXPLOSION OR ASPHYXIATION. IMPROPER SUPPORT OF THE ENTIRE VENTING
SYSTEM MAY ALLOW VENT TO SAG AND SEPARATE. USE VENT RUN SUPPORTS AND CONNECT
VENT SECTIONS PER INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS.
RISK OF FIRE, DO NOT ALLOW LOOSE MATERIALS OR INSULATION TO TOUCH THE VENT PIPE.
REMOVE INSULATION TO ALLOW FOR THE INSTALLATION OF THE ATTIC SHIELD AND TO
MAINTAIN CLEARANCES TO COMBUSTIBLES.
68.2A
5.1
WALL AND CEILING PROTECTION
!
WARNING
DO NOT FILL THE SPACE BETWEEN THE VENT PIPE AND ENCLOSURE WITH ANY TYPE OF
MATERIAL. DO NOT PACK INSULATION OR COMBUSTIBLES BETWEEN CEILING FIRESTOPS.
ALWAYS MAINTAIN SPECIFIED CLEARANCES AROUND VENTING AND FIRESTOP SYSTEMS.
INSTALL WALL SHIELDS AND FIRESTOPS AS SPECIFIED. FAILURE TO KEEP INSULATION OR
OTHER MATERIALS AWAY FROM VENT PIPE MAY CAUSE FIRE.
70.1
For clearances to combustible materials from the vent pipe, see “FRAMING” section.
For optimum performance it is recommended that all horizontal runs have a minimum 1" rise per foot using
flexible venting. For safe and proper operation of the appliance, follow the venting instructions exactly.
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5.2
HORIZONTAL INSTALLATION
!
WARNING
THE FIRESTOP ASSEMBLY MUST BE INSTALLED WITH THE VENT SHIELD TO THE TOP.
TERMINALS MUST NOT BE RECESSED INTO A WALL OR SIDING MORE THAN THE DEPTH OF THE
RETURN FLANGE OF THE MOUNTING PLATE.
This application occurs when venting through an exterior wall.
Having determined the correct height for the air terminal
VENT
location, cut and frame a hole in the exterior wall as
SHIELD
illustrated to accommodate the firestop assembly.
CAULKING
Dry fit the firestop assembly before proceeding to
ensure the brackets on the rear surface fit to the
inside surface of the horizontal framing.
FIRESTOP
SPACER
The length of the vent shield may be cut shorter
for combustible walls that are less than 8 1/2” thick
but the vent shield must extend the full depth of the
combustible wall.
A. Apply a bead of caulking (not supplied) around the corner edge of
the inside surface of the firestop assembly, fit the firestop
assembly to the hole and secure using the 4 screws (supplied in your
manual baggie).
DETERMINE
THE
CORRECT
HEIGHT
FINISHING
MATERIAL
B. Once the vent pipe is installed in its final position, apply high temperature sealant W573-0007 (not
supplied) between the pipe and the firestop.
20.2
5.3
VERTICAL INSTALLATION
This application occurs when venting through a roof. Installation kits for
various roof pitches are available from your authorized dealer / distributor. See
accessories to order specific kits required.
B. Apply a bead of caulking (not supplied) to the framework or to the Wolf
Steel vent pipe shield plate or equivalent (in the case of a finished
ceiling), and secure over the opening in the ceiling. A firestop must be
placed on the bottom of each framed opening in a roof or ceiling that the
venting system passes through. Apply a bead of caulking all around and place a
firestop spacer over the vent shield to restrict cold air from being drawn into the
room or around the fireplace. Ensure that both spacer and shield maintain the
required clearance to combustibles. Once the vent pipe is installed in its final
position, apply sealant between the pipe and the firestop assembly.
9 1/2"
9 1/2"
A. Determine the air terminal location, cut and frame a square opening as
illustrated in the ceiling and the roof to provide the minimum 1“ clearance
between the vent pipe and any combustible material. Try to center the vent
pipe location midway between two joists to prevent having to cut them. Use
a plumb bob to line up the center of the openings. A vent pipe shield will
prevent any materials such as insulation, from filling up the 1” air space
around the pipe. Nail headers between the joist for extra support.
FIRESTOP
UNDERSIDE OF
JOIST
VENT PIPE
SHIELD
C. In the attic, slide the vent pipe collar down to cover up the open end of the shield and
tighten. This will prevent any materials, such as insulation, from filling up the 1” air space
around the pipe.
CAULKING
VENT
PIPE
COLLAR
VENT
PIPE
SHIELD
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5.4
USING FLEXIBLE VENT COMPONENTS
!
WARNING
DO NOT ALLOW THE INNER FLEX PIPE TO BUNCH UP ON HORIZONTAL OR VERTICAL RUNS AND ELBOWS.
KEEP IT PULLED TIGHT.
SPACERS ARE ATTACHED TO THE INNER FLEX PIPE AT PREDETERMINED INTERVALS TO MAINTAIN AN EVEN
AIR GAP TO THE OUTER FLEX PIPE. THIS GAP IS REQUIRED FOR SAFE OPERATION. A SPACER IS REQUIRED
AT THE START, MIDDLE AND END OF EACH ELBOW TO ENSURE THIS GAP IS MAINTAINED. THESE SPACERS
MUST NOT BE REMOVED.
ELBOW
SPACERS
For safe and proper operation of the appliance, follow the venting
instructions exactly.
All inner flex pipe and outer flex pipe joints may be sealed using high
temperature sealant W573-0002 (not supplied) or the high temperature
sealant W573-0007 Mill Pac (not supplied). However, the high temperature
sealant W573-0007 Mill Pac (not supplied) must be used on the joint
connecting the inner flex pipe and the exhaust flue collar.
Use only approved flexible vent pipe kits marked:
“Wolf Steel Approved Venting” as identified
by the stamp only on the outer flex pipe.
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5.4.1 HORIZONTAL AIR TERMINAL INSTALLATION
A.
B.
Stretch the inner flex pipe to the required length taking into
account the additional length needed for the finished wall
surface. Apply a heavy bead of the high temperature
sealant W573-0007 Mill Pac (not supplied) to the inner
sleeve of the air terminal. Slip the vent pipe a minimum
of 2” over the inner sleeve of the air terminal and
secure with 3 #8 screws.
Using the outer flex pipe, slide over the outer combustion
air sleeve of the air terminal and secure with 3 #8 screws.
Seal using high temperature sealant W573-0002 (not
supplied).
CAULKING
X
E
ER FL
INNP
E
IP
2" OVERLAP
#10x2"
SCREWS
C.
Insert the vent pipes through the firestop maintaining the required HI-TEMP
clearance to combustibles. Holding the air terminal (lettering in SEALANT
an upright, readable position), secure to the exterior wall and
make weather tight by sealing with caulking (not supplied).
D.
If more vent pipe needs to be used to reach the fireplace, couple
them together as illustrated. The vent system must be
OUTER
supported approximately every 3 feet for both vertical and
FLEX PIPE
horizontal runs. Use noncombustible strapping to maintain
the minimum clearance to combustibles.
OUTER FLEX
PIPE
HIGH TEMPERATURE
SEALANT
#8 X 1/2” SELF DRILLING
SCREWS & WASHERS
INNER COUPLER
OUTER COUPLER
OUTER
FLEX PIPE
INNER
FLEX PIPE
The air terminal mounting plate may be recessed into the exterior wall or siding no greater than the depth
of its return flange.
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5.4.2 VERTICAL AIR TERMINAL INSTALLATION
!
WARNING
MAINTAIN A MINIMUM 2” SPACE BETWEEN THE AIR INLET BASE AND THE STORM COLLAR.
A.
Fasten the roof support to the roof using the screws provided. The
roof support is optional. In this case the venting is to be adequately
supported using either an alternate method suitable to the authority
having jurisdiction or the optional roof support.
B.
Stretch the inner flex pipe to the required length. Slip the
inner flex pipe a minimum of 2” over the inner pipe of the air
terminal connector and secure with 3 #8 screws. Seal using
a heavy bead of high temperature sealant W573-0007 (not
supplied).
C.
Repeat using the outer flex pipe, using a heavy bead of
high temperature sealant W573-0002 (not supplied).
D.
Thread the air terminal connector / vent pipe assembly down through
INNER PIPE
the roof. The air terminal must be positioned vertically and plumb.
Attach the air terminal connector to the roof support, ensuring that the
top of the air terminal is 16” above the highest point that it penetrates
AIR
the roof.
TERMINAL
CONNECTOR
Remove nails from the shingles, above and to the sides of the air
HIGH
terminal connector. Place the flashing over the air terminal connector
TEMPERATURE
leaving a min. 3/4” of the air terminal connector showing above
SEALANT
the top of the flashing. Slide the flashing underneath the sides and
upper edge of the shingles. Ensure that the air terminal connector
INNER FLEX PIPE
is properly centred within the flashing, giving a 3/4” margin all
around. Fasten to the roof. Do not nail through the lower portion
OUTER FLEX PIPE
of the flashing. Make weather-tight by sealing with caulking. Where
possible, cover the sides and top edges of the flashing with roofing
material.
E.
F.
G.
H.
Aligning the seams of the terminal and air terminal connector,
place the terminal over the air terminal connector making sure
the vent pipe goes into the hole in the terminal. Secure with the
three screws provided.
ROOF SUPPORT
AIR INLET
BASE
2”
CAULKING
STORM COLLAR
Apply a heavy bead of weatherproof caulking 2” above the
flashing. Install the storm collar around the air terminal and slide
down to the caulking. Tighten to ensure that a weather-tight seal
between the air terminal and the collar is achieved.
WEATHER
SEALANT
If more vent pipe needs to be used to reach the appliance see
“HORIZONTAL AIR TERMINAL INSTALLATION” section.
FLASHING
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5.4.3 APPLIANCE VENT CONNECTION
A.
Install the inner flex pipe to the appliance. Secure with 3 screws
and flat washers. Seal the joint and screw holes using the high
temperature sealant W573-0007 (not supplied).
B.
Install the outer flex pipe to the appliance. Attach and seal
the joints using the high temperature sealant W573-0002 (not
supplied).
#8 X 1/2”
SELF
DRILLING
SCREWS
2” OVERLAP
HIGH TEMP
SEALANT
28.1
5.5
USING RIGID VENT COMPONENTS
The vent system must be supported approximately every 3 feet for both vertical and horizontal runs. Use Wolf
Steel Ltd. support ring assembly or equivalent noncombustible strapping to maintain the minimum clearance to
combustibles for both vertical and horizontal runs.
All inner exhaust and outer intake vent pipe joints may be sealed using either red high temperature silicone
sealant W573-0002 (not supplied) or black high temperature sealant W573-0007 Mill Pac (not supplied) with
the exception of the appliance exhaust flue collar which must be sealed using Mill Pac.
25.1
5.5.1 HORIZONTAL AIR TERMINAL INSTALLATION
A.
Move the appliance into position. Measure the vent
length required between terminal and appliance
#10x2"
taking into account the additional length
SCREWS
needed for the finished wall surface and any
1¼” overlaps between venting components.
1"OVERLAP
CAULKING
HI-TEMP
INNER
SEALANT
OUTER RIGID
RIGID PIPE
PIPE
#8x1/2"
SELF DRILLING
SCREWS
B.
Apply high temperature sealant W573-0007
(not supplied) to the outer edge of the inner collar
of the appliance. Attach the first inner rigid pipe
component and secure using 3 self tapping screws.
Repeat using the outer rigid pipe.
C.
Insert the vent pipes through the firestop maintaining the
required clearance to combustibles. Holding the air terminal (lettering in an upright, readable position),
secure to the exterior wall and make weather tight by sealing with caulking (not supplied).
The air terminal mounting plate may be recessed into the exterior wall or siding no greater than the
depth of the return flange.
26.1
5.5.2 EXTENDED HORIZONTAL AND CORNER TERMINAL INSTALLATION
A 45° corner installation can have 0” rise between the appliance combustion
air collar and the air terminal. In this case, vent lengths must be kept to a
maximum of 24”. For longer vent lengths, a minimum vertical rise of 24”
is required.
AIR TERMINAL
TELESCOPIC SLEEVE
20"
A. Follow the instructions for "HORIZONTAL AIR TERMINAL INSTALLATION" COUPLER
section.
VENTING
B. Continue adding components alternating inner and outer vent pipes. Ensure that
all inner vent pipes and elbows have sufficient vent spacers attached and each
component is securely fastened to the one prior. Attach the telescopic sleeve to the
vent run. Secure and seal. To facilitate completion, attach inner and outer couplers to the
air terminal.
C. Install the air terminal. See “HORIZONTAL AIR TERMINAL INSTALLATION” section. Extend the outer
telescopic sleeve; connect to the air terminal assembly. Fasten with self tapping screws and seal.
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5.6
VERTICAL THROUGH EXISTING CHIMNEY
!
WARNING
RISK OF FIRE!
CO-AXIAL TO CO-LINEAR VENTING CONFIGURATIONS MUST ONLY BE USED IN A NONCOMBUSTIBLE CHIMNEY OR ENCLOSURE. INSTALLATION IN A COMBUSTIBLE ENCLOSURE COULD
RESULT IN A FIRE.
This appliance is designed to be attached to a 3” co-linear aluminum flex vent system running the full length
of a masonry chimney.
The flex liners accommodate any contours of a masonry chimney, however, it is necessary to keep the flexible
liners as straight as possible. The inlet air collar of the termination cap must be connected to the air intake flex
liner and the exhaust collar must be connected to
the exhaust flexible liner.
TERMINATION
Both Simpson Duravent and Selkirk co-linear
to co-axial adaptors have been approved on
this appliance (NOTE: A vent adaptor will be
required directly off the appliance).
Follow vent manufacturer’s installation
instructions.
Different manufacturer’s venting components
must not be combined. Once the preferred
manufacturer’s appliance adaptor has been
attached, the remainder of the system must
be that of the same manufacturer.
The only exception to this rule is to use Wolf
Steel’s approved 3” flex liner and co-linear
termination.
AIR
INTAKE
EXHAUST
FLUE
FLEX
LINER
* 40 FT
MAX.
10 FT
MIN
COAXIAL TO
CO-LINEAR
ADAPATER
APPLIANCE
VENT ADAPTOR
* Measured from appliance flue collar
to termination flue collar
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5.6.1 VERTICAL AIR TERMINAL INSTALLATION
NOTE: Before attaching elbows to the collars on the back of the appliance, 1 1/2” will need to be
trimmed off the 4” collar.
REAR VENT APPLICATION: Attach 4” and 7” elbows to the appliance. Secure with 3 screws and seal the
joints and screw heads using high temperature sealant. Proceed to step A
below.
INNER PIPE
TOP VENT APPLICATION:
A.
Move the appliance into position.
B.
Fasten the roof support to the roof using the screws provided. The
AIR
roof support is optional. In this case the venting is to be adequately
TERMINAL
supported using either an alternate method suitable to the authority
CONNECTOR
having jurisdiction or the optional roof support.
HIGH
C.
Apply high temperature sealant W573-0007 (not supplied) to the
TEMPERATURE
outer edge of the inner sleeve of the air terminal. Slip the inner
SEALANT
coupler a minimum of 2” over the sleeve and secure using 3 screws.
INNER RIGID
D.
Apply high temperature sealant W573-0002 (not supplied) to the
PIPE
outer edge of the of the outside sleeve of the air terminal connector.
Slip the outer coupler over the sleeve and secure as before. Trim the
OUTER
outer coupler even with the inner coupler end.
RIGID PIPE
E.
Thread the air terminal connector / vent pipe assembly down through
the roof support and attach, ensuring that a minimum 16” of air
terminal connector will penetrate the roof when fastened. If the attic
space is tight, we recommend threading the Wolf Steel vent pipe
collar or equivalent loosely onto the air terminal connector / vent pipe
assembly as it is passed through the attic. The air terminal connector must be
VENT
positioned vertically and plumb.
PIPE
F.
Remove nails from the shingles, above and to the sides of the air terminal
COLLAR
connector. Place the flashing over the air terminal connector and slide it
VENT
underneath the sides and upper edge of the shingles. Ensure that the air
terminal connector is properly centered within the flashing, giving a 3/4”
PIPE
margin all around. Fasten to the roof. Do NOT nail through the lower
SHIELD
portion of the flashing. Make weather-tight by sealing with caulking. Where
possible, cover the sides and top edges of the flashing with roofing material.
G.
Apply a heavy bead of waterproof caulking 2” above the flashing. Install the storm collar around the
air terminal and slide down to the caulking. Tighten to ensure that a weather-tight seal between the air
terminal connector and the collar is achieved.
H.
Continue adding rigid venting sections, sealing and securing as above. Attach the inner collapsed
telescopic sleeve to the last section of rigid piping. Secure with screws and seal. Repeat using the
outer telescopic sleeve.
REAR VENT APPLICATION:
I.
Run a bead of high temperature sealant W573-0007 (not supplied) around the outside of the inner
elbow. Pull the telescopic sleeve a minimum of 2” onto the elbow. Secure with 3 screws. Repeat with
the outer telescopic sleeve.
TOP VENT APPLICATION:
J.
Run a bead of high temperature sealant W573-0007 (not supplied) around the outside of the inner
collar on the appliance. Pull the telescopic sleeve a minimum of 2” onto the collar. Secure with 3
screws. Repeat with the outer telescopic sleeve.
K.
In the attic, slide the vent pipe collar down to cover up the open end of the shield and tighten. This will
prevent any materials, such as insulation, from filling up the 1” air space around the pipe
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5.7
MOBILE HOME INSTALLATION
This appliance is certified to be installed as an OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer) installation in
a manufactured home or mobile home and must be installed in accordance with the manufacturer’s
instructions and the Manufactured Home Construction and Safety Standard, Title 24 CFR, Part 3280, in
the United States or the Mobile Home Standard, CAN/CSA Z240 MH Series, in Canada. This appliance is
only for use with the type(s) of gas indicated on the rating plate. A conversion kit is supplied with the mobile
home appliance.
This Mobile/Manufactured Home Listed appliance comes factory equipped with a means to secure the unit. Built
in appliances are equipped with 1/4” diameter holes located in the front left and right corners of the base. Use #10
hex head screws, inserted through the holes in the base to secure. For free standing products contact your local
authorized dealer / distributor for the appropriate securing kit. For mobile home installations, the appliance must be
fastened in place. It is recommended that the appliance be secured in all installations. Always turn off the pilot and
the fuel supply at the source, prior to moving the mobile home. After moving the mobile home and prior to lighting
the appliance, ensure that the logs are positioned correctly.
This appliance is certified to be installed in an aftermarket permanently located, manufactured (mobile)
home, where not prohibited by local codes.
This appliance is only for use with the type of gas indicated on the rating plate. This appliance is not
convertible for use with other gases, unless a certified kit is used.
Conversion Kits
This appliance is field convertible between Natural Gas (NG) and Propane (LP).
To convert from one gas to another consult your Authorized dealer/distributor.
29.1
5.8
GAS INSTALLATION
!
WARNING
RISK OF FIRE, EXPLOSION OR ASPHYXIATION. ENSURE THERE ARE NO IGNITION SOURCES SUCH AS
SPARKS OR OPEN FLAMES.
SUPPORT GAS CONTROL WHEN ATTACHING GAS SUPPLY PIPE TO PREVENT DAMAGING GAS LINE.
ALWAYS LIGHT THE PILOT WHETHER FOR THE FIRST TIME OR IF THE GAS SUPPLY HAS RUN OUT
WITH THE GLASS DOOR OPENED OR REMOVED. PURGING OF THE GAS SUPPLY LINE SHOULD BE
PERFORMED BY A QUALIFIED SERVICE TECHNICIAN. ASSURE THAT A CONTINUOUS GAS FLOW IS AT
THE BURNER BEFORE CLOSING THE DOOR. ENSURE ADEQUATE VENTILATION. FOR GAS AND
ELECTRICAL LOCATIONS, SEE “DIMENSION” SECTION.
ALL GAS CONNECTIONS MUST BE CONTAINED WITHIN THE APPLIANCE WHEN COMPLETE.
HIGH PRESSURE WILL DAMAGE VALVE. DISCONNECT GAS SUPPLY PIPING BEFORE TESTING GAS
LINE AT TEST PRESSURES ABOVE 1/2 PSIG.
VALVE SETTINGS HAVE BEEN FACTORY SET, DO NOT CHANGE.
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Installation and servicing to be done by a qualified installer.
A.
Move the appliance into position and secure.
B.
If equipped with a flex connector the appliance is designed to accept a 1/2” gas supply. Without the
connector it is designed to accept a 3/8” gas supply. The appliance is equipped with a manual shut off
valve to turn off the gas supply to the appliance.
C.
Connect the gas supply in accordance to local codes. In the absence of local codes, install to the
current CAN/CSA-B149.1 Installation Code in Canada or to the current National Fuel Gas Code, ANSI
Z223.1 / NFPA 54 in the United States.
D.
When flexing any gas line, support the gas valve so that the lines are not bent or kinked.
E.
The gas line flex-connector should be installed to provide sufficient movement for shifting the burner
assembly on it’s side to aid with servicing components.
F.
Check for gas leaks by brushing on a soap and water solution. Do not use open flame.
30.1A
5.9
OPTIONAL WALL SWITCH EXCLUDING BCDV36CFG
!
WARNING
DO NOT CONNECT EITHER THE WALL SWITCH, THERMOSTAT OR GAS VALVE DIRECTLY TO 110
VOLT ELECTRICITY.
For ease of accessibility, an optional remote wall switch or millivolt thermostat may be installed in a convenient
location. Route a 2 strand, solid core millivolt wire from the valve to the wall switch or millivolt thermostat. The
recommended maximum lead length depends on wire size:
WIRE SIZE
MAX. LENGTH
3
14 gauge
100 feet
16 gauge
60 feet
2
18 gauge
40 feet
1
Disconnect the existing wires from terminals 1 and 3 (from the
ON/OFF switch) and replace with the leads from the wall switch / millivolt thermostat.
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6.0 FRAMING
!
WARNING
RISK OF FIRE!
IN ORDER TO AVOID THE POSSIBILITY OF EXPOSED INSULATION OR VAPOUR BARRIER COMING
IN CONTACT WITH THE APPLIANCE BODY, IT IS RECOMMENDED THAT THE WALLS OF THE
APPLIANCE ENCLOSURE BE “FINISHED” (IE: DRYWALL / SHEETROCK), AS YOU WOULD FINISH
ANY OTHER OUTSIDE WALL OF A HOME. THIS WILL ENSURE THAT CLEARANCE TO
COMBUSTIBLES IS MAINTAINED WITHIN THE CAVITY.
DO NOT NOTCH THE FRAMING AROUND THE APPLIANCE STAND-OFFS. FAILURE TO MAINTAIN
AIR SPACE CLEARANCE MAY CAUSE OVER HEATING AND FIRE. PREVENT CONTACT WITH
SAGGING OR LOOSE INSULATION OR FRAMING AND OTHER COMBUSTIBLE MATERIALS. BLOCK
OPENING INTO THE CHASE TO PREVENT ENTRY OF BLOWN-IN INSULATION. MAKE SURE
INSULATION AND OTHER MATERIALS ARE SECURED.
WHEN CONSTRUCTING THE ENCLOSURE ALLOW FOR FINISHING MATERIAL THICKNESS TO
MAINTAIN CLEARANCES. FRAMING OR FINISHING MATERIAL CLOSER THAN THE MINIMUMS
LISTED MUST BE CONSTRUCTED ENTIRELY OF NON-COMBUSTIBLE MATERIALS. MATERIALS
CONSISTING ENTIRELY OF STEEL, IRON, BRICK, TILE, CONCRETE, SLATE, GLASS OR PLASTERS,
OR ANY COMBINATION THEREOF ARE SUITABLE. MATERIALS THAT ARE REPORTED AS PASSING
ASTM E 136, STANDARD TEST METHOD FOR BEHAVIOUR OF MATERIALS IN A VERTICAL TUBE
FURNACE AT 750°C AND UL763 SHALL BE CONSIDERED NON-COMBUSTIBLE MATERIALS.
MINIMUM CLEARANCE TO COMBUSTIBLES MUST BE MAINTAINED OR A SERIOUS FIRE HAZARD
COULD RESULT.
THE APPLIANCE REQUIRES A MINIMUM ENCLOSURE HEIGHT. MEASURE FROM THE APPLIANCE
BASE.
IF STEEL STUD FRAMING KITS WITH CEMENT BOARD ARE PROVIDED, THEY MUST BE
INSTALLED.
71.1
It is best to frame your appliance after it is positioned and the vent system is installed. Frame to local building
codes.
It is not necessary to install a hearth extension with this appliance system.
When roughing in the appliance, raise the appliance to accommodate for the thickness of the finished floor materials, i.e. tile, carpeting, hard wood, which if not planned for will interfere with the opening of the lower access
door and the installation of many decorative flashing accessories.
Combustible materials may be installed flush with the front of the appliance but must not cover any of the black
face-areas of the appliance. Non-combustible material (brick, stone or ceramic tile) may protrude in these
areas.
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Minimum clearance to combustible construction from appliance and vent surfaces:
Non-combustible Framing:
Top
- 0" to stand-offs if using optional clean face surround.
Combustible Framing:
Sides, back and bottom of appliance
Top
- 0" to rear.
- 3 1/2" to stand-offs if using optional clean face surround.
Combustible Finishing:
Sides, bottom and top
Enclosure top
Recessed depth
Top, sides and bottom of vent pipe*
Ceiling
- 0" to appliance edge.
- 13 1/2" to top of appliance.
- 25"
- 2"
- 54" from bottom of appliance.
* HORIZONTAL VENT SECTIONS - A minimum clearance of 1" at the bottom and sides and 2" at the top of
the vent pipe on all horizontal runs to combustibles is required. Use firestop spacer W010-1777 (supplied).
* VERTICAL VENT SECTIONS - A minimum of 1" all around the vent pipe on all vertical runs to combustibles
is required except for clearances in appliance enclosures. See "MINIMUM ENCLOSURE CLEARANCES" section. Use firestop spacer W500-0096 (not supplied).
6.1
INSTALLING STAND-OFFS
These appliances are supplied with two standoffs. For convenience, the standoffs have been shipped flat and located on the
top at the front. Before framing ensure the standoffs are bent up
and screwed into place ensuring a height of 4.5".
NOTE: The information and dimensions in this section represent the minimum clearances to combustible material.
It is best to frame your appliance after it is positioned and the vent
system is installed. Use 2x4's and frame to local building codes.
A steel header is required if using optional clean face surround.
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6.2
MINIMUM FRAMING DIMENSIONS
!
WARNING
FOR TOP EXIT APPLICATIONS: DO NOT BUILD INTO THIS AREA. IT MUST BE LEFT CLEAR TO
PROVIDE ADEQUATE CLEARANCE FOR THE VENT. IN THIS 14" WIDE AREA CENTRED ALONG THE
FRONT OF THE APPLIANCE, NO COMBUSTIBLES ARE ALLOWED.
49” (TOP EXIT)
38 3/4” (REAR EXIT)
1 1/2” MAX
STEEL HEADER REQUIRED IF
USING OPTIONAL CLEAN FACE
SURROUND OR STYLO GLASS
FACIA (GD36M)
14” MIN
1 1/2”
MAX
17 1/4”
38 3/4”
40 1/2”
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17 1/4"
INSIDE
CHASE
40 1/2"
6"
40
1
59 /2"
”
41 3/8"
OUTSIDE
CHASE
17 1/4"
40 1/2"
12” TO COMBUSTIBLE MANTLE
IMPORTANT:
Encroaching in this area with finishing material will interfere
with the opening of the door.
THIS AREA MUST
REMAIN EXPOSED TO
ALLOW FOR PROPER
DOOR OPERATION.
6.2.1 STEEL HEADER INSTALLATION FOR CLEAN FACE SURROUND
14”
MIN
1 1/2”
MAX
2
40 1/4”
Convex
Clean Face
Surround Kit
Illustrated
3
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6.3
MINIMUM ENCLOSURE CLEARANCES
6.3.1 REAR VENT ENCLOSURE
COMBUSTIBLE
TOP OF
COMBUSTIBLE
ENCLOSURE
NON-COMBUSTIBLE
SHELF
4 1/2”
2”
0” IF NONCOMBUSTIBLE
FINISHING IS
USED SUCH AS
BRICK AND
STONE
38 1/2”
1”
24 1/2” MINIMUM
PLUS RISE**
34”
2”
The appliance requires a minimum enclosure height of 38 1/2“ (REAR VENT) 49" (TOP VENT). For temperature requirements, the enclosure space around and above the appliance must be left unobstructed.
** See "VENTING" section.
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6.3.2 TOP VENT ENCLOSURE
COMBUSTIBLE
COMBUSTIBLE
MATERIAL
SHELF
NONCOMBUSTIBLE
2”
2”
1 1/2”
15”
49”
0” IF NONCOMBUSTIBLE
FINISHING IS
USED SUCH
AS BRICK AND
STONE
1”
*6 1/2” MIN
NONCOMBUSTIBLE
MATERIAL
STEEL
HEADER
REQUIRED
IF USING
OPTIONAL
CLEAN
FACE
34”
SURROUND
43”
MINIMUM * If this appliance is installed
PLUS RISE** flush to the finishing material and optional clean face
surround or Stylo glass
facia is to be installed then
a minimum of 6 1/2" of
cement board or non-combustible equivalent must be
used on the top only of the
front face.
** See Venting Section
2”
6.3.3 ALCOVE ENCLOSURE
TOP
VENT
NONCOMBUSTIBLE
MATERIALS
ONLY
ALCOVE
AREA OVER
APPLIANCE
Alcoves above the appliance can be
made as deep as desired as long as
the clearances to combustibles are
maintained as in 6.3.1 and 6.3.2. If
clearances to vent components are
reduced, materials must be non-combustible.
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VENT
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6.3.4 CLEAN FACE SURROUND MINIMUM ENCLOSURE CLEARANCES
!
WARNING
NON-COMBUSTIBLE FINISHING MATERIALS REQUIRED SUCH AS BRICK AND TILE CAN BE EXTENDED OVER THE BLACK FACE OF THE APPLIANCE.
USE ONLY NON-COMBUSTIBLE MATERIAL SUCH AS CEMENT BOARD, CERAMIC TILE, MARBLE,
ETC. WHEN FINISHING TO THE APPLIANCE. DO NOT USE WOOD OR DRYWALL.
STEEL HEADER
6 1/2”
MIN
STEEL HEADER
COMBUSTIBLE
NON-COMBUSTIBLE
*6 1/2”
2”
0” IF NON-COMBUSTIBLE
FINISHING IS USED SUCH
AS BRICK AND STONE
40 1/2”
1”
34”
* installation requires a minimum 6
1/2" of non-combustible facing above
the top of the appliance. Use material supplied.
2”
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6.4
CLEAN FACE SURROUND FRAMING AND FINISHING
CONCAVE
S36CCN (BROWN)
S36CCP (PEWTER)
CONVEX
S36CVN (BROWN)
S36CVP (PEWTER)
WAVE
S36WN (BROWN)
S36WP (PEWTER)
Installation requires a minimum of 6 1/2" non-combustible facing material at the top of the appliance. Refer to
illustrations above (depending on your installation) to ensure your appliance has been installed with the proper
requirements for this kit.
Whether installing to a finished floor or a hearth, a 3/8" clearance must be maintained at the bottom of the
clean face surround kit. To obtain this clearance an appliance riser is required.
6.4.1 FINISHED FLOOR INSTALLATION
When installing to a finished floor the appliance riser must create a minimum clearance of 3 3/8" from the
finished floor to the bottom of the appliance.
COMBUSTIBLE
MATERIAL
STEEL
HEADER
CEMENT BOARD
PANEL (SUPPLIED)
(SUPPLIED)
STAND-OFF
STEEL
HEADER
(SUPPLIED)
STAND-OFF
6 1/2” MINIMUM
CLEAN
FACE SURROUND
KIT
CLEANFACE
SURROUND
37 3/8”
CLEAN FACE
SURROUND
KIT
FINISHED
FLOOR
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3/8”
CLEARANCE
3 3/8”
FIREPLACE
RISER
3/8”
CLEARANCE
FIREPLACE
RISER
3 3/8” FINISHED
FLOOR
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6.4.2 HEARTH INSTALLATION
When installing to a hearth the appliance riser must create a minimum clearance of 3 3/8" PLUS the height of
the hearth from the finished floor to the bottom of the appliance.
COMBUSTIBLE
MATERIAL
STEEL
HEADER
CEMENT BOARD
PANEL (SUPPLIED)
(SUPPLIED)
STEEL
HEADER
(SUPPLIED)
STAND-OFF
STAND-OFF
6
1/2” MINIMUM
CLEAN FACE SURROUND KIT
CLEANFACE SURROUND
37 3/8”
PLUS
HEARTH
HEIGHT
CLEAN FACE
SURROUND
KIT
FINISHED
FLOOR
3/8”
CLEARANCE
3 3/8”
PLUS
HEARTH
HEIGHT
FIREPLACE
RISER
HEARTH
HEARTH
3/8”
CLEARANCE
FIREPLACE
RISER
3 3/8” FINISHED
PLUS
HEARTH
HEIGHT
FLOOR
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6.6
ALCOVE FRAMING
RECESS OR
ALCOVE
AREA
ENCLOSURE
AREA
APPLIANCE
NOTE: Recesses or alcoves above the appliance can be made as deep as desired provided the minimum
clearances to combustibles are maintained.
Non-combustible material can be used, provided the minimum clearances to combustible materials are
applied.
The minimum enclosure volume must be increased by no less than the volume of the recess. This adjustment can be made by increasing any or all of the height, width and depth of the enclosure.
71.2
6.5
MINIMUM MANTEL CLEARANCES
!
WARNING
RISK OF FIRE, MAINTAIN ALL SPECIFIED AIR SPACE CLEARANCES TO COMBUSTIBLES. FAILURE
TO COMPLY WITH THESE INSTRUCTIONS MAY CAUSE A FIRE OR CAUSE THE APPLIANCE TO
OVERHEAT. ENSURE ALL CLEARANCES (I.E. BACK, SIDE, TOP, VENT, MANTEL, FRONT, ETC.) ARE
CLEARLY MAINTAINED.
WHEN USING PAINT OR LACQUER TO FINISH THE MANTEL, THE PAINT OR LACQUER MUST BE
HEAT RESISTANT TO PREVENT DISCOLOURATION.
73.1
Combustible mantel clearance can vary according to the mantel depth.
Use the graph to help evaluate the clearance needed.
8” MANTEL
6”
4”
2”
18”
16”
14”
12”
TOP OF
OPENING
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7.0 FINISHING
7.1
DOOR INSTALLATION & REMOVAL
!
WARNING
GLASS MAY BE HOT, DO NOT TOUCH GLASS UNTIL COOLED.
THE DOOR LATCHES ARE PART OF A SAFETY SYSTEM AND MUST BE PROPERLY ENGAGED. DO
NOT OPERATE THE APPLIANCE WITH LATCHES DISENGAGED.
FACING AND/OR FINISHING MATERIALS MUST NOT INTERFERE WITH AIR FLOW THROUGH AIR
OPENINGS, LOUVRES OPENINGS, OPERATION OF LOUVRES OR DOORS OR ACCESS FOR
SERVICE. OBSERVE ALL CLEARANCES WHEN APPLYING COMBUSTIBLE MATERIALS.
BEFORE DOOR IS REMOVED TURN THE APPLIANCE OFF AND WAIT UNTIL APPLIANCE IS COOL TO
THE TOUCH. DOORS ARE HEAVY AND FRAGILE SO HANDLE WITH CARE.
75.1
To access the door latches, remove the valve control door and upper trim. To
open the door, release the top and bottom door latches, located at the right side
of the door.
NOTE: The protective wrap on plated parts is best removed when the assembly is at room temperature but this can be improved if the assembly is
warmed, using a hair dryer or similar heat source.
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7.2
CLEAN FACE TRIM KIT INSTALLATION EXCLUDING GD36M
The “wave” clean face surround kit is shown in all illustrations.
A.
B.
C.
D.
From the rear side of the clean face front, insert the weld studs on the top window plate assembly
upward through the holes on the underside of the top section of the clean face front.
Using a socket wrench, secure using the nuts and washers provided.
Depending on your surround, space may be tight.
First secure the clean face surround to the appliance front by hooking the ledge that runs horizontally
on the rear surface of the clean face surround over the bottom edge of the appliance front opening.
With the clean face surround against the appliance front, hook the surround clips in behind the top
lip of the appliance front opening and secure using the screws provided through the slot in the surround clip and into the pre-drilled hole in the clean face surround. If the optional clean face trim kit was
installed, the surround clip fits into the cut out and is secured in the same fashion.
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8.0 BCDV36CF FINISHING
8.1
LOG PLACEMENT
!
WARNING
FAILURE TO POSITION THE LOGS IN ACCORDANCE WITH THESE DIAGRAMS OR FAILURE TO USE
ONLY LOGS SPECIFICALLY APPROVED WITH THIS APPLIANCE MAY RESULT IN PROPERTY
DAMAGE OR PERSONAL INJURY.
LOGS MUST BE PLACED IN THEIR EXACT LOCATION IN THE APPLIANCE. DO NOT MODIFY THE
PROPER LOG POSITIONS, SINCE APPLIANCE MAY NOT FUNCTION PROPERLY AND DELAYED
IGNITION MAY OCCUR.
THE LOGS ARE FRAGILE AND SHOULD BE HANDLED WITH CARE.
76.1A
PHAZERTM logs and glowing embers exclusive to Continental® Appliances, provide a unique and realistic
glowing effect that is different in every installation. Take the time to carefully position the glowing embers for a
maximum glowing effect.
Log colours may vary. During the initial use of the appliance, the colours will become more uniform as colour
pigments burn in during the heat activated curing process.
SIDEVIEW
A.
Place the back log (#1) onto the
log support tray and in front of
the tabs. The tabs maintain an
air space between the log and
firebox back to facilitate combustion air flow. Ensure that the
back of the log rests against
the brackets on the back wall of
TAB
the firebox.
B.
Move the two small logs (#2 & #3) into position, lining up the studs located on the burner
with the holes on the bottom of the logs. Ensure that the small logs sit flat on the burner.
C.
Place the bottom of the left crossover log (#4)
against the left firebox side and pulled forward
to the grate. The top of the log should rest in
the pocket on the back log.
D.
Position the base end of the center log (#5)
against the middle grate post with the other
end of the log resting in the pocket of the left
crossover log.
E.
Place the bottom of the right crossover log
(#6) against the right firebox side and pulled
forward to the grate. The top of the log should
rest in the pocket provided on the center log
(#5).
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8.2
GLOWING EMBERS
Tear the embers into pieces and place along the front row of ports covering all of the burner area in front of
the small logs. Care should be taken to shred the embers into thin, small irregular pieces as only the exposed
edges of the fibre hairs will glow. The ember material will only glow when exposed to direct flame; however, care should be taken to not block the burner ports.
Blocked burner ports can cause an incorrect flame pattern, carbon deposits and delayed ignition. PHAZERTM
logs glow when exposed to direct flame. Use only certified "glowing embers" and PHAZERTM logs available
from your Napoleon® dealer.
8.3
CHARCOAL EMBERS
Randomly place the charcoal embers along the front and sides of the log support tray in a realistic manner.
Fine dust found in the bottom of the bag should not be used.
NOTE: Charcoal embers are not to be placed on the burner.
32.1
8.4
LOGO PLACEMENT
Remove the backing of the logo supplied and place on the glass viewing door,
as indicated.
½"
LOGO
½"
8.5
97.1
OPTIONAL ROCK KIT
(RAK-ROCK ADAPTOR KIT IS NECESSARY WITH THIS KIT).
!
WARNING
REAL ROCKS MUST NOT BE USED IN THIS APPLIANCE. HEAT WILL CAUSE THEM TO EXPLODE.
LOG SUPPORT BRACKET
ROCK SUPPORT
BRACKET
Remove all logs and media.
Remove the 2 screws and log support brackets already installed in the firebox and secure
the rock support bracket along the back of the
firebox.
NOTE: When the porcelain panels are installed, the
rock support bracket is secured over the rear porcelain panel. Tabs on rear porcelain panel must be
bent up to sit flush on the rock support bracket.
C.
Move the two rock clusters into position, lining up the studs located on the burner with
the holes in the bottom of the rocks. Ensure
the clusters are sitting flat on the burner.
NOTE: For best results it's recommended
you remove the grate and using Wolf Steel
approved paint, paint the surfaces underneath where the grate was removed.
Place the large cut out rocks along the edge of
the rock support bracket as shown.
E.
Place the remaining refractory rocks around the
burner as desired, making sure not to cover
any burner ports. (There are no set locations).
A.
B.
D.
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9.0 BCDV36CFG FINISHING
9.1
GLASS BURNER INSTALLATION
!
WARNING
CLEAN THE GLASS MEDIA PRIOR TO INSTALLATION. BEFORE APPLYING THE CLEANED GLASS, ENSURE
THAT IT IS DRY.
DO NOT CHANGE OR SUBSTITUTE THE GLASS MEDIA MATERIAL PROVIDED WITH THIS APPLIANCE. IF
REPLACING, USE ONLY THE REPLACEMENT GLASS MEDIA AVAILABLE FROM YOUR AUTHORIZED
DEALER / DISTRIBUTOR.
GLASS MEDIA OVER THE BURNER MUST NOT BE MORE THAN ONE LAYER HIGH. MORE THAN ONE LAYER
OVER THE BURNER WILL CAUSE FLAME LIFTING AND SOOTING PROBLEMS.
Evenly spread the glass media onto the media tray, covering the burner tube and following the natural shape of
the media tray.
In some installations, glass media over the burner tube may cause a “Puffing” sound. If this sound is
excessive, simply push the media away from the burner ports.
NOTE: The distribution of glass media over the burner tube will influence the flame height. When the
flames impinge on the glass, the glass may discolour slightly and the edges may soften.
CLEANING GLASS MEDIA
Glass media may have a fine oil residue that needs to be cleaned prior to installation. Clean the glass with mild
dish soap, drain, rinse thoroughly and dry before placing over the burner.
74.1A
Secure the glass ember tray to the burner using 6 screws
(W570-0001).
Spread the clear glass embers (W300-0102) onto the
glass ember tray evenly covering the burner tube (follow
natural shape of tray).
NOTE: The distribution of clear glass embers over
the burner tube will influence the flame height.
NOTE: When removing the glass ember tray make
sure the glass embers are away from the center of
the screen, exposing the burner, remove screws and
lift glass ember tray out.
When replacing burner, absolutely no glass embers can
be in cup surrounding the orifice. HINT: If glass falls
into cup and surrounds the orifice, insert a clean bag
into a vacuum cleaner and vacuum out glass embers.
Replacement glass embers can be ordered from Wolf
Steel Ltd.
MEDIA
TRAY
BURNER
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9.2
TOP PRP PANEL INSTALLATION GD36M
TOP DEFLECTOR
TOP PORCELAIN PANEL
SIDE
SIDE
PORCELAIN
BACK PORCELAIN
PANEL PORCELAIN PANEL
PANEL
A.
Place the top porcelain panel behind the back and side porcelain panels as illustrated.
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10.0
OPTIONAL BLOWER INSTALLATION
!
WARNING
RISK OF FIRE AND ELECTRICAL SHOCK.
TURN OFF THE GAS AND ELECTRICAL POWER BEFORE SERVICING THIS APPLIANCE.
USE ONLY WOLF STEEL APPROVED OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES AND REPLACEMENT PARTS WITH
THIS APPLIANCE. USING NON-LISTED ACCESSORIES (BLOWERS, DOORS, LOUVRES, TRIMS, GAS
COMPONENTS, VENTING COMPONENTS, ETC.) COULD RESULT IN A SAFETY HAZARD AND WILL
VOID THE WARRANTY AND CERTIFICATION.
ENSURE THAT THE FAN’S POWER CORD IS NOT IN CONTACT WITH ANY SURFACE OF THE
APPLIANCE TO PREVENT ELECTRICAL SHOCK OR FIRE DAMAGE. DO NOT RUN THE POWER
CORD BENEATH THE APPLIANCE.
THE WIRE HARNESS PROVIDED IN THE BLOWER KIT IS A UNIVERSAL HARNESS. WHEN
INSTALLED, ENSURE THAT ANY EXCESS WIRE IS CONTAINED, PREVENTING IT FROM MAKING
CONTACT WITH MOVING OR HOT OBJECTS.
51.5
10.1 ACCESSING THE BLOWER
A.
Remove the valve access door and top door trim.
B.
Open the main door.
C.
Carefully remove the logs or glass media.
D.
Remove the log support as illustrated (7
screws) or media tray. See the section "GLASS
BURNER INSTALLATION"
E.
Remove the top deflector and, if applicable, the
porcelain panels from the firebox.
F.
Remove the 8 perimeter screws as illustrated
and lift out the burner train assembly. (The gas line flex-connector
should provide sufficient movement to permit shifting the burner
assembly to the side).
G.
Reverse procedure to re-assemble making certain the burner train
gasket is intact and properly located to seal the burner base.
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11.0
WIRING DIAGRAM
!
WARNING
DO NOT USE THIS APPLIANCE IF ANY PART HAS BEEN UNDER WATER. CALL A QUALIFIED
SERVICE TECHNICIAN IMMEDIATELY TO HAVE THE APPLIANCE INSPECTED FOR DAMAGE TO THE
ELECTRICAL CIRCUIT.
RISK OF ELECTRICAL SHOCK OR EXPLOSION. DO NOT WIRE 110V TO THE VALVE OR TO THE
APPLIANCE WALL SWITCH. INCORRECT WIRING WILL DAMAGE CONTROLS.
ALL WIRING SHOULD BE DONE BY A QUALIFIED ELECTRICIAN AND SHALL BE IN COMPLIANCE
WITH LOCAL CODES. IN THE ABSENCE OF LOCAL CODES, USE THE CURRENT CSA22.1 CANADIAN
ELECTRIC CODE IN CANADA OR THE CURRENT NATIONAL ELECTRIC CODE ANSI/NFPA NO. 70 IN
THE UNITED STATES.
ALWAYS LIGHT THE PILOT WHETHER FOR THE FIRST TIME OR IF THE GAS SUPPLY HAS RAN OUT,
WITH THE GLASS DOOR OPENED OR REMOVED.
69.2
11.1 BCDV36CFG LIGHT SWITCH
A wall switch must be installed in a convenient location to operate the lights. A 20’ length of 18 gauge wire is
connected to the terminal block for the light wall switch, however, if a greater length is required, route 2-strand
(solid core) wire complete with two 1/4” female quick connects through the electrical hole located at the bottom
left side of the appliance and connect to the terminal block as shown.
AC Adaptor
To Remote Wall Switch
(20’ Remote Switch Wire Supplied)
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11.2 BCDV36CFG BURNER SWITCH
A wall switch or remote control must be installed in a convenient location to operate the main burner. A 20’ length
of 18 gauge wire is connected to the gas valve wire harness for this wall switch, however, if a greater length is
required route 2-strand (solid core) wire complete with two 1/4” insulated male quick connects through the electrical
hole located at the bottom left side of the appliance and connect to the wire harness as shown.
NOTE: WIRE TAGS
ARE BRACKETED
BATTERY
HOLDER
Black
Orange [through
(I) independent
conduit]
MAIN BURNER SWITCH*
PILOT
GAS LINE
(20’ REMOTE SWITCH
WIRE SUPPLIED)
GAS VALVE
Red
AC ADAPTOR
Red (3 Volt)
BATTERY
RELAY
BLACK (12 Volt) TO
LIGHT & LIGHT SWITCH
(20’ REMOTE SWITCH
WIRE SUPPLIED)
TM
Black
(-)
PILOT
ASSEMBLY
Yellow [through
Gas line
(S)
conduit]
IGNITION
MODULE
MODULE
PLUG
WIRE
HARNESS
Orange
Black
Black
(TP)
Main Burner Switch
Brown
(SWI)
Green
Orange x2
(THTP)
Green x2
(TH)
Yellow
Red
(+)
Black
Blue
RELAY
PLUG
69.3
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11.3 RECEPTACLE WIRING DIAGRAM
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12.0
OPERATION
12.1 BCDV36CF
!
WARNING
IF YOU DO NOT FOLLOW THESE INSTRUCTIONS EXACTLY, A FIRE OR EXPLOSION MAY RESULT
CAUSING PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR LOSS OF LIFE.
ALWAYS LIGHT THE PILOT WHETHER FOR THE FIRST TIME OR IF THE GAS SUPPLY HAS RUN OUT WITH
THE GLASS DOOR OPENED OR REMOVED.
Ensure that a continuous gas flow is at the burner before installing the door. When lit for the first time, the appliance will
emit an odor for a few hours. This is a normal temporary condition caused by the "burn-in" of paints and lubricants used in
the manufacturing process and will not occur again.
After extended periods of non-operation such as following a vacation or a warm weather season, the appliance may emit a
slight odor for a few hours. This is caused by dust particles in the heat exchanger burning off. In both cases, open a
window to sufficiently ventilate the room.
FOR YOUR SAFETY READ BEFORE LIGHTING:
A. This appliance is equipped with a pilot which must be lit by hand while following these instructions exactly.
B. Before operating smell all around the appliance area for gas and next to the floor because some gas is heavier than
air and will settle on the floor.
C. Use only your hand to turn the gas control knob. Never use tools. If the knob will not turn by hand, do not try to
repair it. Call a qualified service technician. Force or attempted repair may result in a fire or explosion.
D. Do not use this appliance if any part has been under water. Immediately call a qualified service technician to inspect
the appliance and replace any part of the control system and any gas control which has been under water.
WHAT TO DO IF YOU SMELL GAS:
‡Turn off all gas to the appliance.
‡Open windows.
‡Do not try to light any appliance.
‡Do not touch any electric switch; do not use any
phone in your building.
‡Immediately call your gas supplier from a
neighbor's phone. Follow the gas
supplier's instructions.
‡If you cannot reach your gas supplier,
GAS KNOB
call the fire department.
LIGHTING INSTRUCTIONS:
WARNING: The gas valve has an interlock device which will not allow the pilot burner to be lit until the thermocouple has cooled. Allow approximately 60 seconds for the thermocouple to cool.
When lighting and re-lighting, the gas knob cannot be turned from pilot to off unless the knob is depressed slightly.
1. Stop! Read the above safety information on this label.
2. Turn off all electric power to the appliance.
3. Turn the gas knob clockwise
to off.
4. Wait five (5) minutes to clear out any gas. If you smell gas including near the floor. Stop! Follow "B" in the
above safety information on this label. If you don't smell gas go the next step.
5. Turn gas knob counter-clockwise
to pilot.
6. Depress slightly and hold gas knob while lighting the pilot with the push button igniter. Keep knob depressed for one
minute, then release. If pilot does not continue to burn, repeat steps 3 through 5.
7. With pilot lit, depress and turn gas knob counter-clockwise
to on.
8. If equipped with remote on-off switch / thermostat, main burner may not come on when you turn valve to on. Remote
switch must be in the on position to ignite burner.
9. Turn on all electric power to the appliance.
TO TURN OFF GAS
1. Turn off all electric power to the appliance if service is to be performed.
2. Push in gas control knob slightly and turn clockwise
to off. Do not force.
TURN THE CONTROL VALVE TO THE OFF POSITION WHEN HEATER IS NOT IN USE.
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12.2 BCDV36CFG
!
WARNING
IF YOU DO NOT FOLLOW THESE INSTRUCTIONS EXACTLY, A FIRE OR EXPLOSION MAY RESULT
CAUSING PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR LOSS OF LIFE.
ALWAYS LIGHT THE PILOT WHETHER FOR THE FIRST TIME OR IF THE GAS SUPPLY HAS RUN OUT WITH
THE GLASS DOOR OPENED OR REMOVED.
Ensure that a continuous gas flow is at the burner before installing the door. When lit for the first time, the appliance will emit an odor for a
few hours. This is a normal temporary condition caused by the "burn-in" of paints and lubricants used in the manufacturing process and will
not occur again. After extended periods of non-operation such as following a vacation or a warm weather season, the appliance may emit a
slight odor for a few hours. This is caused by dust particles in the heat exchanger burning off. In both cases, open a window to sufficiently
ventilate the room.
FOR YOUR SAFETY READ BEFORE LIGHTING:
A. This appliance is equipped with an ignition device which automatically lights he pilot. Do not try to light by hand.
B. Before operating smell all around the appliance area for gas and next to the floor because some gas is heavier than air and will settle on
the floor.
C. Use only your hand to turn the gas control knob. Never use tools. If the knob will not turn by hand, do not try to repair it. Call a qualified
service technician. Force or attempted repair may result in a fire or explosion.
D. Do not use this appliance if any part has been under water. Immediately call a qualified service technician to inspect the appliance and
replace any part of the control system and any gas control which has been under water.
WHAT TO DO IF YOU SMELL GAS:
ƔTurn off all gas to the appliance.
ƔOpen windows.
ƔDo not try to light any appliance.
ƔDo not touch any electric switch; do not use any phone
in your building.
ƔImmediately call your gas supplier from a neighbor's
phone. Follow the gas supplier's instructions.
ƔIf you cannot reach your gas supplier, call the fire
department.
LIGHTING INSTRUCTIONS:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Stop! Read the above safety information on this label.
Turn remote wall switch to off position.
Turn off all electrical power to the appliance and remove batteries.
This appliance is equipped with an ignition device which automatically lights the pilot. Do not try to light the pilot by hand.
Turn manual shutoff valve clockwise to off.
Open the glass door.
Manual Shut-off
Wait five (5) minutes to clear out any gas. If you smell gas including near the floor, STOP! Follow “B” in the
Valve Shown in
above safety information on this label. If you don’t smell gas go to the next step.
“OFF” position.
8. Close the glass door.
9. Turn manual shutoff valve counter-clockwise to on.
10. Turn on all electrical power to the appliance and re-install batteries.
11. Turn on remote wall switch to on position.
12. If appliance will not operate, follow instructions “TO TURN OFF GAS” and call your
service technician or gas supplier.
TO TURN OFF GAS
1. Turn off remote wall switch to the appliance.
2. Turn off all electrical power to the appliance if service is to be performed.
3. Turn manual shutoff valve clockwise to off. Do not force.
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53
ADJUSTMENTS
13.1 PILOT BURNER ADJUSTMENT
Adjust the pilot screw to provide properly sized flame. Turn in a clockwise
direction to reduce the gas flow.
PILOT
BURNER THERMOPILE
Inlet pressure can be checked by turning screw (A)
THERMOCOUPLE
counter-clockwise until loosened and then placing
pressure gauge tubing over the test point. Gauge should
read 7” (minimum 4.5”) water column for natural gas or 13” (11”
minimum) water column for propane. Check that main burner is
operating on “HI”.
Outlet pressure can be checked the same as above using screw (B).
Gauge should read 3.5” water column for natural gas or 10” water
column for propane. Check that main burner is operating on “HI”.
A
B
AFTER TAKING PRESSURE READINGS, TIGHTEN SCREWS
FIRMLY TO SEAL. DO NOT OVER TORQUE. LEAK TEST.
O
PL T
ON
LO
FF
IH
O I
PILOT
PILOT SCREW
39.3
13.2 VENTURI ADJUSTMENT
13.2.1
BCDV36CF VENTURI ADJUSTMENT
!
WARNING
CARBON CAN BE DISTRIBUTED IN SURROUNDING LIVING AREA IF THE AIR SHUTTER IS IMPROPERLY ADJUSTED.
THE FRONT OF THE APPLIANCE BECOMES VERY HOT DURING OPERATION. LET THE APPLIANCE
COOL COMPLETELY BEFORE CONDUCTING SERVICE.
This appliance has an air shutter that has been factory set open according
to the chart below:
Regardless of venturi orientation, closing the air shutter will cause a more
yellow flame, but can lead to carboning. Opening the air shutter will cause a
more blue flame, but can cause flame lifting from the burner ports. The
flame may not appear yellow immediately; allow 15 to 30 minutes for the
final flame colour to be established.
VENTURI
BURNER
AIR
SHUTTER
OPENING
ORIFICE
AIR SHUTTER ADJUSTMENT MUST ONLY BE DONE BY A QUALIFIED
INSTALLER!
BCDV36CF
NG
1/16"
LP
1/4"
To access the air shutter, remove
the control panel, remove the two
screws that secure the cover to the
air housing, loosen the set screw
and adjust air shutter position.
49.1
VENTURI
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13.2.2
BCDV36CFG VENTURI ADJUSTMENT
!
WARNING
CARBON CAN BE DISTRIBUTED IN SURROUNDING LIVING AREA IF THE AIR SHUTTER IS IMPROPERLY ADJUSTED.
THE FRONT OF THE APPLIANCE BECOMES VERY HOT DURING OPERATION. LET THE APPLIANCE
COOL COMPLETELY BEFORE CONDUCTING SERVICE.
This appliance has an air shutter that has been factory
set open according to the chart below:
Closing the air shutter will cause a more yellow flame,
but can lead to carboning. Opening the air shutter will
cause a more blue flame, but can cause flame lifting
from the burner ports. The flame may not appear yellow
immediately; allow 15 to 30 minutes for the final flame
color to be established.
BCDV36CFG
AIR SHUTTER ADJUSTMENT MUST ONLY BE DONE BY A QUALIFIED
INSTALLER!
NG
0
LP
1/4"
The alternate access is to remove the glass, glass ember tray and burner from the appliance and then adjust the
air shutter.
NOTE: When removing the glass ember tray make sure the glass embers are away from the center of the
screen, exposing the burner, before lifting glass ember tray out.
When replacing burner, absolutely no glass can be in cup surrounding the orifice. HINT: If glass falls into cup
and surrounds the orifice, insert a clean bag into a vacuum cleaner and vacuum out glass embers. Replacement
glass embers can be ordered from Wolf Steel Ltd.
13.3 BCDV36CF FLAME CHARACTERISTICS
It’s important to periodically perform a visual check of the pilot and
burner flames. Compare them to the illustrations provided. If any flames
appear abnormal call a service person.
3/8” - 1/2”
FLAME MUST
ENVELOP UPPER
3/8" TO 1/2" OF
THERMOCOUPLE &
THERMOPILE
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13.4 BCDV36CFG FLAME CHARACTERISTICS
It’s important to periodically perform a visual check of the pilot and burner flames. Compare them to the illustrations provided. If any flames appear abnormal call a service
person.
FLAME MUST
ENVELOP UPPER
3/8" TO 1/2" OF
FLAME SENSOR
54.4
14.0
MAINTENANCE
MAINTENANCE
! WARNING
MAINTENANCE
TURN OFF THE GAS AND ELECTRICAL POWER BEFORE SERVICING THE APPLIANCE.
APPLIANCE MAY BE HOT, DO NOT SERVICE UNTIL APPLIANCE HAS COOLED.
DO NOT USE ABRASIVE CLEANERS.
CAUTION: Label all wires prior to disconnection when servicing controls. Wiring errors can cause improper
and dangerous operation. Verify proper operation after servicing. This appliance and its venting system
should be inspected before use and at least annually by a qualified service person. The appliance area must
be kept clear and free of combustible materials, gasoline or other flammable vapors and liquids. The flow of
combustion and ventilation air must not be obstructed.
A.
In order to properly clean the burner and pilot assembly, remove the logs, rocks and/or glass to
expose both assemblies.
B.
Keep the control compartment, media, burner, air shutter opening and the area surrounding the logs
clean by vacuuming or brushing, at least once a year.
C.
Check to see that all burner ports are burning. Clean out any of the ports which may not be burning or
are not burning properly.
D.
Check to see that the pilot flame is large enough to engulf the flame sensor and/or thermocouple /
thermopile as well as reaches the burner.
E.
Replace the cleaned logs, rocks or glass. Failure to properly position the media may cause carboning
which can be distributed in the surrounding living area.
F.
Check to see that the main burner ignites completely on all openings when turned on. A 5 to 10
second total light-up period is satisfactory. If ignition takes longer, consult your local authorized dealer /
distributor.
G.
Check that the gasketing on the sides, top and bottom of the door is not broken or missing. Replace if
necessary.
H.
If for any reason the vent air intake system is disassembled, re-install and re-seal per the instructions
provided for the initial installation.
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14.1 BULB REPLACEMENT BCDV36CFG
This appliance comes equipped with our “Night Light™”.
If in the event the lamp or lens needs to be replaced, follow these instructions.
A.
Turn off all electrical supply.
B.
Remove the glass and glass ember tray from the firebox.
C.
Unscrew the lens cover making sure the gasket stays in place.
Gasket
NOTE: Do not handle the lamp (bulb) with bare fingers,
protect with a clean dry cloth.
D.
The lamp will pull straight out of the socket. Replace with Wolf
Steel Ltd. parts only (W387-0009), as lamp and lens are special
"high temperature" products.
E.
Replace lens cover.
F.
Replace glass and ember tray.
14.2 LENS ASSEMBLY REPLACEMENT BCDV36CFG
!
WARNING
THE FRONT OF THE APPLIANCE BECOMES VERY HOT DURING OPERATION. LET THE APPLIANCE
COOL COMPLETELY BEFORE CONDUCTING SERVICE.
A.
Remove the glass and glass ember tray.
B.
Remove the burner base from the firebox.
C.
Compress the retainer fins and lift out the lens assembly. Disconnect the
wires.
D.
Replace lens assembly by aligning key hole and snap into place. Reconnect the wires.
E.
Re-install burner base ensuring a good firebox seal.
F.
Re-install glass ember tray and glass.
KEY HOLE
NOTE: When removing the glass ember tray make sure the glass embers are away from the center of
the screen, exposing the burner, before lifting glass ember tray out.
When replacing burner, absolutely no glass embers can be in cup surrounding the orifice. HINT: If glass falls
into cup and surrounds the orifice, insert a clean bag into a vacuum cleaner and vacuum out glass
embers. Replacement glass embers can be ordered from Wolf Steel Ltd.
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14.3 DOOR GLASS REPLACEMENT
!
WARNING
DO NOT USE SUBSTITUTE MATERIALS.
GLASS MAY BE HOT, DO NOT TOUCH GLASS UNTIL COOLED.
CARE MUST BE TAKEN WHEN REMOVING AND DISPOSING OF ANY BROKEN DOOR GLASS OR
DAMAGED COMPONENTS. BE SURE TO VACUUM UP ANY BROKEN GLASS FROM INSIDE THE
APPLIANCE BEFORE OPERATION.
DO NOT STRIKE, SLAM OR SCRATCH GLASS. DO NOT OPERATE APPLIANCE WITH GLASS
REMOVED, CRACKED, BROKEN OR SCRATCHED.
A.
Place the door frame face down careful not to scratch the
paint.
GASKET
GLASS
B.
Center the gasketed glass inside the door frame with the thick
side of the gasket facing up.
C.
Bend the glass retainers located along the edge of the door
frame over the gasket holding the glass in place. Careful not
to break the glass.
GLASS
RETAINER
DOOR
FRAME
56.1A
14.4 CARE OF GLASS
DO NOT CLEAN GLASS WHEN HOT! DO NOT USE
ABRASIVE CLEANERS TO CLEAN GLASS.
!
WARNING
HOT GLASS WILL
CAUSE BURNS.
Buff lightly with a clean dry soft cloth. Clean both sides
of the glass after the first 10 hours of operation with a
recommended fireplace glass cleaner. Thereafter clean
as required. If the glass is not kept clean permanent
discoloration and / or blemishes may result.
DO NOT TOUCH GLASS
UNTIL COOLED.
NEVER ALLOW CHILDREN
TO TOUCH GLASS.
5.1
14.5 CARE OF PLATED PARTS
If the appliance is equipped with plated parts, you must clean fingerprints or other marks from the plated
surfaces before operating the appliance for the first time. Use a glass cleaner or vinegar and towel to clean.
If not cleaned properly before operating for the first time, the marks can cause permanent blemishes on
the plating. After the plating is cured, the fingerprints and oils will not affect the finish and little maintenance
is required, just wipe clean as needed. Prolonged high temperature burning with the door ajar may cause
discolouration on plated parts.
NOTE: The protective wrap on plated parts is best removed when the assembly is at room
temperature but this can be improved if the assembly is warmed, using a hair dryer or similar heat
source.
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15.0
REPLACEMENTS
!
WARNING
FAILURE TO POSITION THE PARTS IN ACCORDANCE WITH THIS MANUAL OR FAILURE TO USE
ONLY PARTS SPECIFICALLY APPROVED WITH THIS APPLIANCE MAY RESULT IN PROPERTY
DAMAGE OR PERSONAL INJURY.
** THIS IS A FAST ACTING THERMOCOUPLE. IT IS AN INTEGRAL SAFETY COMPONENT. REPLACE ONLY WITH
A FAST ACTING THERMOCOUPLE SUPPLIED BY WOLF STEEL LTD.
Contact your dealer or the factory for questions concerning prices and policies on replacement parts. Normally
all parts can be ordered through your Authorized dealer / distributor.
FOR WARRANTY REPLACEMENT PARTS, A PHOTOCOPY OF THE ORIGINAL INVOICE WILL BE
REQUIRED TO HONOUR THE CLAIM.
When ordering replacement parts always give the following information:
• Model & Serial Number of appliance
• Installation date of appliance
• Part number
• Description of part
• Finish
* IDENTIFIES ITEMS WHICH ARE NOT ILLUSTRATED. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION, CONTACT YOUR
AUTHORIZED DEALER.
41.2
COMPONENTS
REF NO.
BCDV36CF
BCDV36CFG
DESCRIPTION
1*
W385-0430
W385-0430
CONTINENTAL® LOGO
2*
W750-0112
W750-0193
20FT OF WIRE (BURNER SWTICH)
2*
N/A
W750-0194
20FT OF WIRE (LIGHT SWTICH)
3*
W361-0016
N/A
GLOWING EMBERS
4*
W550-0001
N/A
CHARCOAL EMBERS
5*
W010-1340
W010-1340
BLACK DOOR FRAME
6
W456-0048
W456-0048
#48 NATURAL GAS ORIFICE
6
W456-0056
W456-0056
#56 PROPANE GAS ORIFICE
7
W010-0539
W010-0539
FLUE PIPE ASSEMBLY C/W GASKET
8*
W010-0538
W010-0538
FLUE CAP C/W GASKET
9
W010-0454
W010-0454
GLASS C/W GASKET
10
W010-0516
W010-0516
BLACK DOOR C/W GLASS & GASKET
11
W010-1777
W010-1777
FIRESTOP SPACER
12
W357-0001
N/A
PIEZO IGNITER
13
W680-0004
N/A
THERMOPILE
14
W680-0005
N/A
THERMOCOUPLE **
15
W010-0800
N/A
PROPANE GAS PILOT ASSEMBLY
15
W010-0801
W010-1684
NATURAL GAS PILOT ASSEMBLY
16
W455-0069
W455-0091
NATURAL GAS PILOT INJECTOR
16
W455-0067
W455-0092
PROPANE GAS PILOT INJECTOR
17
W725-0025
W725-0032
NATURAL GAS VALVE
17
W725-0026
W725-0049
PROPANE GAS VALVE
18*
W361-0014
N/A
VERMICULITE
19
W010-0764
W100-0102
MAIN BURNER
20
GL-639
N/A
LOG SET
21
W135-0183
N/A
BACK LOG (#1)
22
W135-0184
N/A
LEFT MIDDLE LOG (#2)
23
W135-0185
N/A
RIGHT MIDDLE LOG (#3)
24
W135-0186
N/A
LEFT CROSSOVER LOG (#4)
25
W135-0187
N/A
MID CROSSOVER LOG (#5)
26
W135-0188
N/A
RIGHT CROSSOVER LOG (#6)
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COMPONENTS
REF NO.
BCDV36CF
BCDV36CFG
DESCRIPTION
27*
N/A
W300-0102
GLASS EMBERS
28*
N/A
W010-1835
GLASS EMBER TRAY
29*
N/A
W387-0011
HIGH TEMPERATURE LIGHT ASSEMBLY
30*
N/A
W387-0009 (5W)
HALOGEN BULB
31*
N/A
W190-0015
CONTROLE MODULE
32*
N/A
W190-0021
CONTROL RELAY
33*
N/A
W707-0002
TRANSFORMER, VALVE
34*
N/A
W707-0011
TRANSFORMER, LIGHTS
REF NO.
BCDV36CF
BCDV36CFG
DESCRIPTION
35*
W010-0397
W010-0397
4" FLEXIBLE VENT PIPE - (5 FT) C/W SPACERS
36*
W410-0017
W410-0017
7" FLEXIBLE VENT PIPE - (5 FT)
FLEXIBLE VENT KITS
GD220 (5 FT)
GD330 (10 FT)
37*
W410-0018
W410-0018
7" FLEXIBLE VENT PIPE - (10 FT)
38*
W010-0300
W010-0300
4" FLEXIBLE VENT PIPE - (10 FT) C/W SPACERS
39*
W010-0370
W010-0370
WALL SUPPORT ASSEMBLY
TERMINAL KITS
REF NO.
BCDV36CF
BCDV36CFG
40
GD201
GD201
DESCRIPTION
PERISCOPE
41
GD-222
GD-222
WALL TERMINAL KIT
REF NO.
BCDV36CF
BCDV36CFG
DESCRIPTION
42*
GD110
GD110
1/12 TO 7/12 PITCH
43*
GD111
GD111
8/12 TO 12/12 PITCH
44*
GD112
GD112
FLAT ROOF
45*
W490-0073
W490-0073
4/7 INNER/OUTER SLEEVE
46
W670-0006
W670-0006
4/7 TERMINAL
47
W170-0063
W170-0063
STORM COLLAR
48
W010-0453
W010-0453
ROOF SUPPORT
49
W263-0054
W263-0054
ROOF FLASHING
W263-0055
W263-0055
W263-0056
W263-0056
ROOF TERMINAL KITS
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ACCESSORIES
REF NO.
BCDV36CF
BCDV36CFG
DESCRIPTION
50*
W175-0001
W175-0001
4" COUPLER
51*
W175-0013
W175-0013
7" COUPLER
52*
W500-0103
W500-0103
TERMINAL EXTENSION PLATE
53
GD-301
GD-301
HEAT GUARD
54*
W010-0370
W010-0370
WALL SUPPORT ASSEMBLY
55*
W175-0053
W175-0053
DURA-VENT ZERO CLEARANCE ADAPTOR
56*
VS47KT
VS47KT
VENT SLEEVE
57
W170-0063
W170-0063
VENT PIPE COLLAR
58
W585-0072
W585-0072
VENT PIPE SHIELD
59*
W175-0159
W175-0278
CONVERSION KIT - NG TO LP
60*
W175-0164
W175-0279
CONVERSION KIT - LP TO NG
61*
GD831KT
N/A
DECORATIVE BRICK PANELS - SANDSTONE
62*
GD-565-1KT
GD-565-1KT
SAFETY SCREEN
63*
S36WN
S36WN
WAVE SURROUND - BROWN
63*
S36WP
S36WP
WAVE SURROUND - PEWTER
64*
S36CCN
S36CCN
CONCAVE SURROUND - BROWN
64*
S36CCP
S36CCP
CONCAVE SURROUND - PEWTER
65*
S36CVN
S36CVN
CONVEX SURROUND - BROWN
65*
S36CVP
S36CVP
CONVEX SURROUND - PEWTER
66*
CFT36W
CFT36W
UPPER TRIM FOR WAVE SURROUND
67*
CFT36CC
CFT36CC
UPPER TRIM FOR CONCAVE SURROUND
68*
CFT36CV
CFT36CV
UPPER TRIM FOR CONVEX SURROUND
69*
W690-0001
W690-0001
MILLIVOLT THERMOSTAT
70*
W690-0010B
W690-0010B
REMOTE CONTROL - ADVANTAGE
71*
W690-0011B
W690-0011B
REMOTE CONTROL - ADVANTAGE PLUS
72*
GZ550-1KT
GZ550-1KT
BLOWER KIT
73
B440-KT
B440-KT
BLOWER
74*
W500-0033
W500-0033
VARIABLE SPEED SWITCH WALL MOUNTING PLATE
75*
W690-0005
W690-0005
THERMOSTAT, 110 VOLT FOR USE WITH GA-566
76*
W660-0026
W660-0026
PROGRAMMABLE TIMER
77
GA-566
GA-566
HOT AIR KIT
78
GA-72
GA-72
HOT AIR EXHAUST KIT
79
GA-70
GA-70
EXTENSION KIT 5FT
80*
ANI-K
ANI-K
ANDIRONS - BLACK
81*
ANI-G
ANI-G
ANDIRONS - GOLD PLATED
82*
270
270
PAINT, BLACK - 13OZ
83*
W573-0007
W573-0007
10.3OZ TUBE HIGH TEMP SEALANT
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57
58
40
47
41
49
78
73
77
48
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16.0
TROUBLESHOOTING
16.1 BCDV36CF
!
WARNING
ALWAYS LIGHT THE PILOT WHETHER FOR THE FIRST TIME OR IF THE GAS SUPPLY HAS RAN OUT,
WITH THE GLASS DOOR OPEN OR REMOVED.
TURN OFF THE GAS AND ELECTRICAL POWER BEFORE SERVICING THE APPLIANCE.
APPLIANCE MAY BE HOT, DO NOT SERVICE UNTIL APPLIANCE HAS COOLED.
DO NOT USE ABRASIVE CLEANERS.
SYMPTOM
Main burner goes out; pilot
stays on.
Main burner goes out; pilot
goes out.
Pilot goes out when the
gas knob is released.
The gas valve has an
interlock device which
will not allow the pilot
burner to be lit until
the thermocouple
has cooled. Allow
approximately 60
seconds for the
thermocouple to cool.
Pilot burning; no gas to
main burner; gas knob
is on ‘HI’; wall switch /
thermostat is on.
Pilot goes out while
standing; Main burner is in
‘OFF’ position.
PROBLEM
TEST SOLUTION
Pilot flame is not large
enough or not engulfing the
thermopile.
-
Turn up the pilot flame.
Replace pilot assembly.
Thermopile shorting.
-
Clean thermopile connection to the valve. Reconnect.
Replace thermopile / valve.
Remote wall switch wire is too
long; too much resistance in
the system.
-
Shorten wire to correct length or wire gauge.
Faulty thermostat or switch.
-
Replace.
Refer to “MAIN BURNER GOES OUT; PILOT STAYS ON”
Vent is blocked
-
Check for vent blockage.
Vent is re-circulating
-
Check joint seals and installation
Flexible vent has become
disconnected from appliance.
-
Re-attach to appliance.
Cap was not replaced.
System is not correctly purged
-
Purge the gas line.
Out of propane gas.
-
Fill the tank.
Pilot flame is not large
enough.
-
Turn up the pilot flame.
Pilot flame is not engulfing the
thermocouple
-
Gently twist the pilot head to improve the flame pattern
around the thermocouple.
Thermocouple shorting / faulty.
-
Loosen and tighten thermocouple.
Clean thermocouple and valve connection.
Replace thermocouple.
Replace valve.
Faulty valve.
-
Replace.
Thermostat or switch is
defective
-
Connect a jumper wire across the wall switch terminals;
if main burner lights, replace switch / thermostat.
Wall switch wiring is defective.
-
Disconnect the switch wires & connect a jumper wire
across terminals 1 & 3; if the main burner lights, check
the wires for defects and/or replace wires.
Main burner orifice is plugged.
-
Remove stoppage in orifice.
Faulty valve.
-
Replace.
Gas piping is undersized.
-
Turn on all gas appliances and see if pilot flame flutters,
diminishes or extinguishes, especially when main burner
ignites. Monitor appliance supply working pressure.
Check if supply piping size is to code. Correct all
undersized piping.
Main burner flame is a
blue, lazy, transparent
flame.
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Blockage in vent.
-
Remove blockage. In really cold conditions, ice buildup
may occur on the terminal and should be removed as
required. To minimize this from happening again, it is
recommended that the vent lengths that pass through
unheated spaces (attics, garages, crawl spaces) be
wrapped with an insulated mylar sleeve. Prevent sleeve
from sagging. Contact your local authorized dealer for
more information.
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SYMPTOM
PROBLEM
Pilot will not light.
No spark at pilot burner.
TEST SOLUTION
-
Check if pilot can be lit by a match.
Check that the wire is connected to the push button igniter.
Check if the push button igniter needs tightening.
Replace the wire if the wire insulation is broken or frayed.
Replace the electrode if the ceramic insulator is cracked
or broken.
Replace the push button ignitor
Out of propane gas.
-
Fill the tank.
Spark gap is incorrect.
-
Spark gap should be 0.150” to 0.175” (5/32” to 11/64”
approx.) from the electrode tip and the pilot burner. To
ensure proper electrode location, tighten securing nut
(finger tight plus 1/4 turn).
No gas at the pilot burner.
-
Check that the manual valve is turned on.
Check the pilot orifice for blockage.
Replace the valve.
Call the gas distributor.
Unit is over-fired or underfired.
-
Check pressure readings:
Inlet pressure can be checked by turning screw (A)
counter-clockwise 2 or 3 turns and then placing pressure
gauge tubing over the test point. Gauge should read
7” (minimum 4.5”) water column for natural gas or 13”
(minimum 11”) water column for propane. Check with
main burner is operating on ‘HI’.
Outlet pressure can be checked the same as above
using screw (B). Gauge should read 3.5” water column
for natural gas or 10” water column for propane. Check
that main burner is operating on ‘HI’.
AFTER TAKING PRESSURE READINGS, BE SURE TO
TURN SCREWS CLOCKWISE FIRMLY TO RESEAL.
DO NOT OVER TORQUE.
Leak test with a soap and water solution.
PILOT
BURNER THERMOPILE
-
THERMOCOUPLE
Flames are consistently
too large or too small.
Carboning occurs.
B
A
O
PL T
ON
LO
FF
IH
O I
-
PILOT
Flames are very aggressive.
Door is ajar.
-
Ensure the mechanical means of securing the door is
providing a tight seal.
Carbon is being
deposited on glass, logs
or combustion chamber
surfaces.
Air shutter has become
blocked.
-
Ensure air shutter opening is free of lint or other
obstructions.
Flame is impinging on the logs
or combustion chamber.
-
Check that the logs are correctly positioned.
Open air shutter to increase the primary air.
Check the input rate: check the manifold pressure and
orifice size as specified by the rating plate values.
Check that the door gasketing is not broken or missing
and that the seal is tight.
Check that both vent liners are free of holes and well
sealed at all joints.
Check that minimum rise per foot has been adhered to
for any horizontal venting.
White / grey film forms.
Sulphur from fuel is being
deposited on glass, logs or
combustion chamber surfaces.
-
Clean the glass with a recommended gas appliance
glass cleaner.
DO NOT CLEAN GLASS WHEN HOT.
If deposits are not cleaned off regularly, the glass may
become permanently marked.
Exhaust fumes smelled in
room, headaches.
Appliance is spilling.
-
Ensure exhaust bracket gasket seal.
Check door seal and relief flap seal.
Check for chimney blockage.
Check that chimney is installed to building code.
Room is in negative pressure; increase fresh air supply.
Check cap gasket on the flue pipe assembly.
Remote wall switch is in
’OFF’ position; main burner
comes on when gas knob
is turned to ‘ON’ position.
Wall switch is mounted upside down.
-
Reverse.
Remote wall switch is grounding.
-
Replace.
Remote wall switch wire is grounding.
-
Check for ground (short); repair ground or replace wire.
Faulty valve.
-
Replace.
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16.2 BCDV36CFG
!
WARNING
ALWAYS LIGHT THE PILOT WHETHER FOR THE FIRST TIME OR IF THE GAS SUPPLY HAS RAN OUT,
WITH THE GLASS DOOR OPEN OR REMOVED.
TURN OFF THE GAS AND ELECTRICAL POWER BEFORE SERVICING THE APPLIANCE.
APPLIANCE MAY BE HOT, DO NOT SERVICE UNTIL APPLIANCE HAS COOLED.
DO NOT USE ABRASIVE CLEANERS.
SYMPTOM
Pilot will not light.
PROBLEM
TEST SOLUTION
Wiring.
-
Verify the “S” wire for the sensor and the “I” wire for the ignitor are
connected to the correct terminals (not reverse) on the module
and pilot assembly.
Loose connection.
-
Verify no loose connections, electrical shorts in the wiring or
ground out to any metal object.
Module.
-
Turn the ON/OFF switch to the “OFF” position. Remove the igniter
wire “I” from the module. Place the ON/OFF switch to the “ON”
position. Hold a grounded wire about 3/16” away from the “I”
terminal on the module. If no spark the “I” terminal module must
be replaced. If there is a spark the “I” terminal is fine. Inspect
pilot assembly for a shorted wire or cracked insulator around the
electrode.
Igniter Spark gap is
incorrect.
-
Spark gap of the ignitor to the pilot should be .17” tor 1/8”
Transformer.
-
Verify the transformer is installed and plugged into the module.
Check voltage of the transformer under load at the spade
connections on the module with the ON/OFF switch in the “ON”
position. Acceptable readings of a good transformer are between
3.2 and 2.8 volts A.C.
A shorted or loose
Connection.
-
Remove and reinstall the wiring harness that plugs into the
module. Remove and verify continuity of each wire in wiring
harness.
Improper switch wiring.
-
Troubleshoot the system with the simplest ON/OFF switch.
Module is not grounded.
-
Verify the value and pilot assemblies are properly grounded to the
metal chassis of the appliance or log set.
Gas supply.
-
Verify that the incoming gas line ball valve is “Open”. Verify
that the inlet pressure reading is within acceptable limits, inlet
pressures must not exceed 14” W.C.
Module is not grounded.
-
Verify the value and pilot assemblies are properly grounded to the
metal chassis of the appliance or log set.
Out of propane gas.
-
Fill the tank.
Air shutter has become
blocked.
-
Ensure air shutter opening is free of lint or other obstructions.
Flame is impinging on
the logs or combustion
chamber.
-
Check that the logs are correctly positioned.
Open air shutter to increase the primary air.
Check the input rate: check the manifold pressure and orifice size
as specified by the rating plate values.
Check that the door gasketing is not broken or missing and that
the seal is tight.
Check that both vent liners are free of holes and well sealed at all
joints.
Check that minimum rise per foot has been adhered to for any
horizontal venting.
Makes noise with
no spark at pilot
burner.
Pilot sparks but
will not light.
Carbon is being
deposited on
glass, logs or
combustion
chamber
surfaces.
-
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SYMPTOM
Carbon is being
deposited on
glass, logs,
rocks, media
or combustion
chamber surfaces.
PROBLEM
TEST SOLUTION
Air shutter has become
blocked.
-
Ensure air shutter opening is free of lint or other
obstructions.
Flame is impinging on the
glass, logs, rocks, media
or combustion chamber.
-
Check that the glass, logs, rocks or media are
correctly positioned.
Open air shutter to increase the primary air.
Check the input rate: check the manifold pressure
and orifice size as specified by the rating plate
values.
Check that the door gasketing is not broken or
missing and that the seal is tight.
Check that both vent liners are free of holes and
well sealed at all joints.
Check that minimum rise per foot has been adhered
to for any horizontal venting.
-
Continues to
spark and pilot
lights, but main
burner will not
light.
Pilot lights
Stops sparking
/ pilot remains lit
but burner will
not turn on.
Exhaust fumes
smelled in room,
headaches.
Short or loose
connection in sensor rod.
-
Verify all connections. Verify the connections
from the pilot assembly are tight; also verify these
connections are not grounding out to any metal.
Poor flame rectification
or contaminated
sensor rod.
-
Verify the flame is engulfing the sensor rod. This
will increase the flame rectification. Verify correct
pilot orifice is installed and inlet gas specifications
to manual. (Remember, the flame carries the
rectification current, not the gas. If the flame lifts
from pilot hood, the circuit is broken. A wrong orifice
or too high of an inlet pressure can cause the pilot
flame to lift.) The sensor rod may need cleaning.
Poor grounding between
pilot assembly and
gas valve.
-
Verify that the wire harness is firmly connected to
module Verify that the ceramic insulator around the
sensor rod is not cracked, damaged, or loose. Verify
the connection from the sensor rod to the sensor wire.
Damaged pilot or dirty
sensor rod.
-
Clean sensor rod with an emery cloth to remove
any contamination that may have accumulated on
the sensor rod. Verify continuity with multimeter with
ohms set at the lowest range.
Wiring / Connection.
-
Inspect all wires, ensure good tight connections.
Verify that all wiring is installed exactly as specified.
Wiring harness.
-
Inspect the wiring harness, and verify the harness
is tightly connected to the module. Verify that all
wires are connected in the right order. See “WIRING
DIAGRAM” section.
Appliance is spilling.
-
Check all seals.
Check if exhaust is re-entering through an open
door or window.
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WARRANTY
CONTINENTAL® products are manufactured under the strict Standard of the world recognized ISO 9001 : 2008 Quality
Assurance Certificate.
CONTINENTAL® products are designed with superior components and materials assembled by trained craftsmen
who take great pride in their work. The burner and valve assembly are leak and test-fired at a quality test station. The
complete appliance is again thoroughly inspected by a qualified technician before packaging to ensure that you, the
customer, receives the quality product that you expect from CONTINENTAL®.
CONTINENTAL® GAS APPLIANCE PRESIDENT’S LIFETIME LIMITED WARRANTY
The following materials and workmanship in your new CONTINENTAL® gas appliance are warranted against defects
for as long as you own the appliance. This covers: combustion chamber, heat exchanger, stainless steel burner,
phazer™ logs and embers, rocks, ceramic glass (thermal breakage only), gold plated parts against tarnishing,
porcelainized enameled components and aluminum extrusion trims.*
Electrical (110V and millivolt) components and wearable parts such as blowers, gas valves, thermal switch, switches,
wiring, remote controls, ignitor, gasketing, and pilot assembly are covered and CONTINENTAL® will provide
replacement parts free of charge during the first year of the limited warranty.*
Any labour related to warranty repair is not covered.
* Construction of models vary. Warranty applies only to components included with your specific appliance.
CONDITIONS AND LIMITATIONS
CONTINENTAL® warrants its products against manufacturing defects to the original purchaser only. Registering your warranty is not necessary.
Simply provide your proof of purchase along with the model and serial number to make a warranty claim. CONTINENTAL® reserves the right to
have its representative inspect any product or part thereof prior to honouring any warranty claim. Provided that the purchase was made through an
authorized CONTINENTAL® dealer your appliance is subject to the following conditions and limitations:
Warranty coverage begins on the date of original installation.
This factory warranty is non-transferable and may not be extended whatsoever by any of our representatives.
The gas appliance must be installed by a licensed, authorized service technician or contractor. Installation must be done in accordance with the
installation instructions included with the product and all local and national building and fire codes. This limited warranty does not cover damages
caused by misuse, lack of maintenance, accident, alterations, abuse or neglect and parts installed from other manufacturers will nullify this warranty.
This limited warranty further does not cover any scratches, dents, corrosion or discoloring caused by excessive heat, abrasive and chemical cleaners
nor chipping on porcelain enamel parts, mechanical breakage of PHAZER™ logs and embers.
CONTINENTAL® warrants its stainless steel burners against defects in workmanship and material for life, subject to the following conditions: During
the first 10 years CONTINENTAL® will replace or repair the defective parts at our option free of charge. From 10 years to life, CONTINENTAL® will
provide replacement burners at 50% of the current retail price.
In the first year only, this warranty extends to the repair or replacement of warranted parts which are defective in material or workmanship provided
that the product has been operated in accordance with the operation instructions and under normal conditions.
After the first year, with respect to this President’s Lifetime Limited Warranty, CONTINENTAL® may, at its discretion, fully discharge all obligations
with respect to this warranty by refunding to the original warranted purchaser the wholesale price of any warranted but defective part(s).
CONTINENTAL® will not be responsible for installation, labour or any other expenses related to the reinstallation of a warranted part and such
expenses are not covered by this warranty.
Notwithstanding any provisions contained in the President’s Lifetime Limited Warranty, CONTINENTAL’S responsibility under this warranty is defined
as above and it shall not in any event extend to any incidental, consequential or indirect damages.
This warranty defines the obligations and liability of CONTINENTAL® with respect to the CONTINENTAL® gas appliance and any other warranties
expressed or implied with respect to this product, its components or accessories are excluded.
CONTINENTAL® neither assumes, nor authorizes any third party to assume, on its behalf, any other liabilities with respect to the sale of this product.
CONTINENTAL® will not be responsible for: over-firing, downdrafts, spillage caused by environmental conditions such as rooftops, buildings, nearby
trees, hills, mountains, inadequate vents or ventilation, excessive venting configurations, insufficient makeup air, or negative air pressures which may
or may not be caused by mechanical systems such as exhaust fans, furnaces, clothes dryers, etc.
Any damages to appliance, combustion chamber, heat exchanger, brass trim or other components due to water, weather damage, long periods of
dampness, condensation, damaging chemicals or cleaners will not be the responsibility of CONTINENTAL®.
All parts replaced under the President’s Limited Lifetime Warranty Policy are subject to a single claim.
During the first 10 years CONTINENTAL® will replace or repair the defective parts covered by the lifetime warranty at our discretion free of charge.
From 10 years to life, CONTINENTAL® will provide replacement parts at 50% of the current retail price.
All parts replaced under the warranty will be covered for a period of 90 days from the date of their installation.
The manufacturer may require that defective parts or products be returned or that digital pictures be provided to support the claim. Returned products
are to be shipped prepaid to the manufacturer for investigation. If a product is found to be defective, the manufacturer will repair or replace such
defect.
Before shipping your appliance or defective components, your dealer must obtain an authorization number. Any merchandise shipped without
authorization will be refused and returned to sender.
Shipping costs are not covered under this warranty.
Additional service fees may apply if you are seeking warranty service from a dealer.
Labour, travel, diagnostic tests, shipping and other related charges are not covered by this warranty.
ALL SPECIFICATIONS AND DESIGNS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT PRIOR NOTICE DUT TO ON-GOING PRODUCT IMPROVEMENTS.
CONTINENTAL® IS A REGISTERED TRADEMARK OF WOLF STEEL LTD.
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