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Installation & Maintenance Manual
H42DF HL42DF
HR42DF
Indoor
Residential
Gas Fireplace
DANGER
Read and understand this manual.
Improper installation, adjustment,
alteration, service or maintenance
can cause serious injury, property
damage or even death. For
assistance or additional information
consult a qualified installer, service
agency or the gas supplier.
WARNING
Do not store or use gasoline or any
other flammable vapors and liquids in
the vicinity of this or any other gas
burning appliance. A fire or explosion
my occur causing serious injury,
property damage or even death.
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NOTICE
CAUTION
Glass doors on gas fireplaces are
extremely hot while the fireplace is
on and remain hot even after the
fireplace has been turned off. Safety
screens are available and can reduce
the risks of severe burns. Please
keep children away from the fireplace
at all times.
Installer: Leave this manual with the
appliance. Do not remove.
Consumer: Retain this manual for
maintenance and future reference. Do
not Discard.
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NOTICE
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IF YOU SMELL GAS
Do not try to light any appliance.
Do not touch any electrical switch; do
not use any phone in your building.
Immediately call your gas supplier
from a neighbor's phone. Follow the gas
supplier's instructions.
If you cannot reach your gas supplier,
call the fire department.
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Flammable materials
Toxic
Corrosive
Danger overhead crane
Flammable materials
Explosion risk
Toxic
Corrosive
Danger overhead crane
Fork lift trucks
High voltage
General Warning
Laser Radiation
Explosion risk
Biohazard
Oxidising
Hot surface
Danger of entrapment
Fork lift trucks
Danger of death
High voltage
Laser Radiation
Biohazard
Oxidising
Hot surface
Danger of entrapment
Danger of death
Slippery floor
Watch your step
Glass hazard
Danger of suffocation
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General Warning
Irritant
Flammable materials
Irritant
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Watch your step
Cutting
High temperatures
Electricity
Danger for cutter
Entrapment hazard
Battery hazard
Rotating parts
Biohazard
Oxidising
Hot surface
Danger of entrapment
Danger of death
Watch for
falling objects
Electricity
Danger for cutter
Strong magnetic field
Optical radiation
Non ionizing
radiation
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Gas bottles
US
High temperatures
Danger overhead crane
Toxic
Slippery floor
Watch for
falling objects
Laser Radiation
Low temperature
C
Cutting
Corrosive
Explosion risk
Gas bottles
General Warning
Fork lift trucks
High voltage
Glass hazard
Danger of suffocation
Entrapment hazard
Battery hazard
Radiation
Hazardous to the
Environment
Danger of harming
your hands
Glass hazard
Danger of suffocation
Fork lift trucks
Hazardous to the
Environment
High voltage
Danger of harming
your hands
Irritant
Slippery floor
Watch your step
Cutting
High temperatures
Flammable materials
Low temperature
Explosion risk
Strong magnetic field
Toxic
Optical radiation
Corrosive
Non ionizing
radiation
Danger overhead crane
Radiation
Electricity
Danger for cutter
Entrapment hazard
Battery hazard
Gas bottles
Watch for
falling objects
Rotating parts
Rotating parts
General Warning
Laser Radiation
Biohazard
Oxidising
Hot surface
Danger of entrapment
Low temperature
Strong magnetic field
Optical radiation
Non ionizing
radiation
Radiation
Hazardous to the
Environment
Danger of harming
your hands
Irritant
Slippery floor
Watch your step
Cutting
High temperatures
Glass hazard
Danger of suffocation
Danger of death
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XG0148
Canadian Heating Products Inc. Langley, BC V4W 4A1 | Montigo Del Ray Corp. Ferndale, WA 98248
042811
H*42DF Indoor Gas Fireplace
NOTICE
You must read and understand this
manual prior to installation, operation or
troubleshooting this appliance. Please
retain this owner’s manual for furure
reference and maintenance.
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Table of Contents
Introduction ..................................................................................3
▪ Section 3-3-2: Venting Components...............................................15
Models ..................................................................................3
▪ Section 3-3-3: Heat Shields............................................................16
Section A: Before you Start
▪ Installing a RHS8 Wall Mounted Heat Shield..............................16
Before you Start ..................................................................................4
▪ Installing a RHS101 Wall Mounted Heat Shield..........................16
Installation Checklist................................................................................4
Section 4: Wiring ................................................................................17
Section 1: Installation Overview and Product Dimensions......................5
▪ Honeywell gas control and pilot .................................................17
Section 2: Framing the Fireplace........................................................6 - 7
▪ SIT - IPI gas control and pilot.....................................................17
Clearances ..................................................................................7
▪ Installing HFK Fan Kit.................................................................17
Installing the Standoffs........................................................................7
Section 5: Installing the Gas Line..........................................................18
Installing the Nailing Flange Extension................................................7
Section 5-1: Fuel Conversion.................................................................18
Section 3: The Direct Vent System...................................................8 - 14
Section 5-2: Gas Pressure.....................................................................18
Section 3-1: Converting from Top Vent to Rear Vent...............................8
Section 5-3: Gas Connection.................................................................18
Section 3-2: Installing a Roof mounted Termination..........................9 - 10
Section 6: Finishing...............................................................................19
▪ Section 3-2-1: Venting Layout...........................................................9
Section 7: Installing and Removing the Door........................................20
▪ Roof mounted Terminations
Section 8: Installing the Accessories..............................................21 - 23
Standard Top Vent (no elbows or offsets).......................................9
▪ Installing the H42DF Log Set......................................................21
Top Vent (two elbows one offset)....................................................9
▪ Installing the HL42DF Firestones...............................................22
Top Vent (multi-elbows and offsets)................................................9
▪ Installing the HR42DF Artificial River Rocks...............................23
Standard Roof Vent (one elbows no offsets).................................10
Section 9: Operation.......................................................................24 - 26
▪ Section 3-2-2: Venting Components...........................................10
▪ Start-up Sequence with Continuous Pilot........................................24
Section 3-3: Installing a Wall mounted Termination............................... 11
▪ Start-up Sequence with Honeywell Electronic Ignition..............25
▪ Standard PTO Installation........................................................... 11
▪ Start-up Sequence SIT-IPI Gas valve.............................................26
▪ Pre-installed MSR Frame........................................................... 11
Maintenance .........................................................................27 - 29
▪ Pre-installed BSR Frame............................................................ 11
▪ General ................................................................................27
▪ Installing MOSR Frame.............................................................. 11
▪ Cleaning ................................................................................27
▪ Installing VSS Termination Shield............................................... 11
▪ Hi-Lo Burner Adjustment.............................................................27
▪ Installing PTKOG Heat Guard.................................................... 11
▪ Pilot Burner Adjustment..............................................................27
▪ Section 3-3-1: Venting Layout.........................................................12
▪ Troubleshooting......................................................................28
▪ Top Vent, Wall mounted Graph, H*42DF....................................12
SIT- Nova 820 Gas Control Valve.........................................28
▪ Top Vent, Wall mounted termination (one elbow).......................12
SIT- IPI Electronic Gas Control Valve...................................28
▪ Top Vent, Wall mounted termination (multi elbow)......................12
Honeywell Gas Control Valve...............................................28
▪ Top Vent, Wall mounted termination (45° corner).......................13
▪ Parts List ................................................................................29
▪ Top Vent, Wall mounted termination (-45° corner)......................13
Appendix
▪ Rear Vent, Wall mounted Termination Graph.............................14
A. Termination Locations...............................................................30
▪ Standard Rear Vent, (no elbows or offsets)................................14
B. Warranty ................................................................................31
▪ Rear Vent, Wall mounted termination (two elbows)....................14
C. State of Massachusetts............................................................32
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Safety Alert Key
DANGER
Indicates a hazardous situation which, if not
avoided, WILL result in death or serious
injury or property damage.
WARNING
Indicates a hazardous situation which, if not
avoided, COULD result in death or serious
injury or property damage.
CAUTION
Indicates a hazardous situation which, if not
avoided, WILL result in minor or moderate
injury.
NOTICE
Address practices that are important, but
not related to personal injury
We strongly encourage you to read and carefully follow the instructions
laid out in this Installation, Operation and Maintenance Manual and retain
it for your future reference. Pay special attention to all cautions, warnings,
and notices throughout this manual intended to ensure your safety.
This manual covers installation, operation and maintenance. Lighting,
operation and care of this fireplace can be easily performed by the
homeowner. All installation and service work should be performed by a
qualified or licensed installer, plumber or gasfitter as certified by the state,
province, region or governing body where the fireplace is being installed.
This installation, operation and maintenance manual is applicable to the
models described below. Refer to your rating plate to verify included
options. Throughout this manual instructions are applicable to all models
designated as H*42DF* unless otherwise noted.
Natural Gas
Liquid Propane
Gas Rating
(BTU hr)
With over 30 years of experience, Montigo is committed to providing you
with a gas fireplace that is not only a beautiful addition to your space, but
that is also designed and manufactured to the highest safety, reliability
and engineering standards.
MODEL
Congratulations on your purchase of a Montigo Fireplace.
Traditional Burner /
Logset
Contemporary
Burner w/River rock
Linear Burner w/
Glass Accessories
Standing Pilot
Ignition
Honeywell Hot
Surface Ignition
SIT Electronic
Ignition
Introduction
H42DFN
X
34,000
X
H42DFNE
X
34,000
X
H42DFNI
X
34,000
X
H42DFL
X
32,000
X
H42DFLE
X
32,000
X
H42DFLI
X
32,000
X
HL42DFNI
X
HL42DFLI
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
34,000
X
X
32,000
X
X
HR42DFN
X
34,000
X
HR42DFNI
X
34,000
X
X
X
NOTE: H*(S)42DF* Units are stainless steel construction
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Warranty and Installation Information: (See Appendix B)
The Montigo warranty will be voided by, and Montigo disclaims any
responsibility for, the following actions:
► Modification of the fireplace and/or components including DirectVent assembly or glass doors.
►
Use of any component part not manufactured or approved by
Montigo in combination with this Montigo fireplace system.
► Installation other than as instructed in this manual.
Consult your local Gas Inspection Branch on installation requirements
for factory-built gas fireplaces. Installation & repairs should be done by
a qualified contractor.
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Flammable materials
General Warning
Explosion risk
Toxic
Corrosive
Danger overhead crane
Fork lift trucks
High v
Hot surface
Danger of entrapment
Danger o
warning
Laser Radiation
Biohazard
Oxidising
Hot glass will cause
burns.
Do not touch
glass until unit is cooled.
Never allow children to
touch glass.
Irritant
Slippery floor
Watch your step
Cutting
High temperatures
Glass hazard
Gas bottles
Watch for
falling objects
Electricity
Danger for cutter
Entrapment hazard
Battery hazard
Low temperature
Strong magnetic field
Optical radiation
Non ionizing
radiation
Radiation
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H*42DF Indoor Gas Fireplace
Installation
Section A: Before you begin
IMPORTANT MESSAGE: SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
The H*42DF* Direct Vent fireplace must be installed in accordance
with these Instructions. Carefully read all the Instructions in this manual
first. Consult the Local Gas Branch to determine the need for a permit
prior to starting the installation. It is the responsibility of the installer to
ensure this fireplace is installed in compliance with the manufacturers
instructions and all applicable codes.
BEFORE YOU START:
NOTICE
Installation and repairs should be done by an
authorized gas fireplace service technician. The
appliance should be inspected before use and at
least annually by a professional. More frequesnt
cleaning may be required due to exessive lint from
carpeting, bedding material, ect. It is imperative
that control compartments, burners and circulating
air passageways of the fireplace are kept clean.
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CAUTION
Installation Checklist
„„ Determine the desired install location of your fireplace.
„„ See Section 1, Dimensions on Page 5, and refer to the Framing
Section 2 for details.
„„ Select the location of your termination and resulting vent run.
„„ Your selected termination location must be the highest point
in the Direct Vent installation.
„„ Should it be impossible to meet the venting requirements laid
out in Section 3: Venting, please contact Montigo regarding the
use of a Montigo Power Vent.
„„ Lay out the Vent run; calculating the required elbows and straight
runs of 5"/8" flex or rigid pipe.
„„ Layout Electrical Requirements Refer to Section 4: Wiring, for
Details.
„„ Refer to Section 5: Installing the Gas Line, for details on the
gas connection and access.
„„ Refer to local codes and guidelines for installation requirements.
„„ Installation and repairs should be done by a qualified
contractor and must conform to:
• Installations in Canada must conform to the current
CAN/CGA B-149.1 and .2 Gas Installation Code and local regulations.
• Installations in the USA must conform to local codes,
or in the absence of local codes to the National Fuel Gas Code, ANSI
Z223.1-1988.
• See Appendix C for installation within the State of
Massachusetts. This fireplace must comply with NFPA-54 Chapter
10.
Due to high operating temperatures, this appliance
should be located out of traffic & away from
furniture and draperies.
Children and adults should be alerted to the
hazards of the high surface temperature, which
could cause burns or clothing ignition.
Young children should be carefully supervised
when they are in the same room as the appliance.
Clothing or other flammable materials should not
be placed on or near the appliance.
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Flammable materials
Explosion risk
Toxic
Corrosive
Danger overhead crane
Fork lift trucks
High voltage
General Warning
Laser Radiation
Biohazard
Oxidising
Hot surface
Danger of entrapment
Danger of death
Watch your step
Danger of suffocation
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Irritant
Slippery floor
Cutting
High temperatures
Glass hazard
Flammable materials
Explosion risk
Toxic
Corrosive
Danger overhead crane
Fork lift trucks
Gas bottles
Watch for
falling objects
Electricity
Danger for cutter
Entrapment hazard
Battery hazard
Rotating parts
General Warning
Laser Radiation
Biohazard
Oxidising
Hot surface
Danger of entrapment
Danger of death
Low temperature
Strong magnetic field
High voltage
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Optical radiation
Non ionizing
radiation
Radiation
Explosion risk
Toxic
Corrosive
Danger overhead crane
Fork lift trucks
High voltage
Irritant
Slippery floor
Watch your step
Cutting
High temperatures
Glass hazard
Danger of suffocation
General Warning
Laser Radiation
Biohazard
Oxidising
Hot surface
Danger of entrapment
Danger of death
Gas bottles
Watch for
falling objects
Electricity
Danger for cutter
Entrapment hazard
Battery hazard
Rotating parts
Flammable materials
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Cutting
Hazardous to the
Environment
1
Danger of harming
your hands
1/24/2011
Irritant
Slippery floor
Watch your step
High temperatures
Glass hazard
Danger of suffocation
Low temperature
Strong magnetic field
Optical radiation
Non ionizing
radiation
Radiation
Hazardous to the
Environment
Danger of harming
your hands
Gas bottles
Watch for
Electricity
Danger for cutter
Entrapment hazard
Battery hazard
Rotating parts
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DANGER
When this appliance is installed directly
on any combustible material other than
wood flooring, it must be installed on a
metal or wood panel extending the full
width and depth of the appliance or a
fire will occur causing serious injury,
property damage or even death.
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28
"
Installation
0" clearance
to corners only
Section 1: Installation Overview and Product Dimensions
Please review the Installation Checklist on Page 4 for general information
on preparing for a successful installation of your fireplace.
48⅛”
The H*42DF* fireplace may be installed in any42”
location that maintains
proper clearances to air conditioning ducts, electrical68”
wiring and plumbing.
as well as efficiency of operation, should beQ”considered when
selecting the fireplace location. Try to select a location that does not
interfere with room traffic, has adequate ventilation and offers an
accessible path for Direct Vent installation.
Safety,
M”
N”
½
"
The fireplace dimensions are shown below:
20
"
12
21⅝”
1”
O”
28”
8”
12½”
CL
5”
20”
Top View
1¼"
39½"
(Opening)
1¼"
20"
8"
5"
6¼"
1¼"
28¾"
(Opening)
40½"
40½"
33"
1"
5¼"
42"
Front View
Models Included:
Side View
H42DFN H42DFL H42DFNE H42DFLE H42DFNA
H42DFLA HL42DFNI HL42DFLI HR42DFN
HR42DFNI HW42DFN HW42DFNI
Figure 1. Fireplace dimensions, (ALL Models, shown in Table on Page 3).
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N”
P”
H*42DF Indoor Gas Fireplace
Installation
Section 2: Framing
1). Frame in the enclosure for the unit with framing materials. The
framed opening for the assembled fireplace is 42" wide, x 46 1/2"
high x 21 5/8" deep, see Figure 2.
Top Vent
Ceiling level
NOTE: When constructing the framed opening, please ensure
there is access to install the gas line when the unit is installed.
See Figure 22.
2”
min.
18”
max.
0" clearance
to corners only
M”
Min.
84”
Rear
Vent
Exterior
Wall
Q”
N”
P”
33”
Non-Combustible
materials. Alcove
over fireplace.
Min 1”
Non-Combustible
Header
7”
Non-Combustible
3” 12” Nailing Flange,
(supplie d) figure 7.
door
opening
Floor
N”
O”
* When sheetrock is not used behind the
fireplace, framing depth "O" may be reduced
by 5/8".
H*42DF
M
N
O
P
Q
R
S
T
46 1/2
42
21 5/8
68
48 1/8
N/A
40 1/8
45
Figure 2. Framing dimensions, (Straight wall & Corner Installation). (ALL Models,
shown in Table on Page 3).
Combustible
Shelf
2” min.
18” max.
Combustible
Header
9”
Non-Combustible
Nailing Flange,
(supplie d) figure 7.
S
33”
Figure 5. Non Combustible Framing for Top Vent or Rear Vent, with
Alcove ABOVE FIREPLACE. N.G. ONLY. See figure 17b for L.P.
Rear Vent.
IMPORTANT:
Straight though the wall applications shown in figures
3 and 5 are available for N.G. (Natural Gas) equipped
fireplaces ONLY.
L.P equipped fireplaces see figure 17b. for possible vent
configuration.
M
Exterior
Wall
Figure 3. Combustible Framing for shelves over the fireplace, Rear vent. N.G.
ONLY. See figure 17b for L.P. Rear Vent.
Combustible
Shelf
Combustible
Header
17 1/2”
Non-Combustible
Nailing Flange,
(supplie d) figure 7.
PEL Shor t
90° elbow
46”
2” min.
M
Exterior
Wall
Figure 4. Combustible Framing for shelves over the fireplace, Top vent.
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Installation
Clearances
MODEL
Top - Rear Vent*
Top - Top Vent
Back
Sides
Floor
Mantel
When installing a shelf over the top of the fireplaces, the following
guidelines must be adhered to:
For Rear Vent applications, the minimum clearance is 1" from the rear
of the fireplace to a wall, or any combustible materials, and 9" clearance
from the top of the fireplace to the underside of any combustible shelf
materials.
For Top Vent applications, the minimum clearance is 1" from the rear of
the fireplace to a wall, or any combustible materials, and 17 1/2" to the
underside of any combustible shelf materials, Figure 4.
For Top or Rear Vent applications where the Minimum mantel height
is required above the fireplace, (for an alcove or low profile shelf), ALL
Materials MUST BE NON-COMBUSTIBLE, Figure 5. The minimum
clearance is 1" from the rear of the fireplace to a wall, or any combustible
materials.
The fireplace clearances are shown below:
H*42DF
9
17 1/2
1
1
0
4
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Installing The Standoffs
To avoid elevated mantel temperatures, all H*42DF*-Series gas
fireplaces are required to have the supplied standoffs installed.
The fireplace is supplied with two standoffs. Bend and install these
standoffs on top of the fireplace ensuring that the height of the standoff
maintains a 6" clearance.
6”
Figure 6. Installing the standoff's.
Installing the Nailing Flange Extension
Once the fireplace is placed into the rough framed opening, the supplied
steel lintel (Part No. H42074) must be fasten securely into place, with
nails or wood screws. as shown in Figure 7.
6"
Figure 7. Installing the Nailing Flange Extension.
Note: The nailing flange extension can be substituted with a piece of
NON-Combustible material of the same size and thermal characteristics,
ie: cement board or equivalent. This is recommended in applications
where the facing materials will not adhere to the metal nailing flange.
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Installation
Section 3: Venting
Montigo supplies a variety of direct venting and termination options.
The direct vent termination location MUST be selected such that
it is the highest point in the venting assembly. It should also be
selected such that it provides the shortest vent run possible. Should
it be impossible to ensure that the termination is the highest point
or to meet the venting guidelines laid out below please contact your
Montigo dealer to discuss power venting options.
4.Install the (5" and 8") collars to the rear vent outlet using the
included hardware, as illustrated Figure 9a.
Flue Cover Plate
Flue Gasket
NOTES FOR PLANNING VENTING:
„„ Venting can originate from the unit through the top or
through the rear
„„ Venting can terminate through the roof or through an
exterior wall.
„„ Refer to Appendix A - Termination Locations to ensure the
planned termination location is acceptable.
„„ Once the termination location has been established, refer
to the appropriate section below for installation details
„„ All fireplaces shipped from the factory are Top vent.
See Section 3-1 for converting the unit from top vent to rear vent.
8” Outer Flue Collar
5” Inner Flue Collar
Figure 9a. Flue cover and collar installation, Rear Vented, N.G.
equipped fireplaces ONLY.
Section 3-1: CONVERTING TO REAR VENT
Use the following instructions to convert an H*42DF* for Rear Vent use:
1.Remove the Rear flue cover and gasket (5" and 8") on the flue
outlet, as shown in Figure 9.
2.Next, Remove the Top flue collar's (5" and 8") on the flue outlet,
as shown in Figure 9.
3.Install the (removed) Rear flue cover and gasket material, to the
Top vent outlet. Fasten the cover with included hardware, as
illustrated Figure 9a.
5” Inner Flue Collar
8” Outer Flue Collar
Flue Gasket
Flue Cover Plate
Figure 9. Flue cover and collar removal, Top Vented fireplace.
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Installation
Section 3-2: INSTALLING A ROOF MOUNTED DIRECT VENT
PVTK1
Termination
TERMINATION (PVTK-1)
This section applies to installations where the direct vent termination will be roof mounted.
2’ min.
Support ring
Section 3-2-1: VENTING LAYOUT
Selection of components and details of venting lay out should
adhere to the following guidelines:
„„ The maximum termination point is 32’ above the fireplace (NOTE:
if the maximum termination height is used, the flame pattern
may be affected).
„„ The Vertical termination must be a minimum 2’ higher than where
the termination exits the roofing materials, (asphalt shingles,
cedar shakes, etc). This distance should be measured from the
high side of the roof slope where the flue flashing intersects the
roofing materials. (see Figures 11 to 11c *).
„„ Termination location must be a minimum 6’ from a mechanical
air inlet.
„„ Termination location must be a minimum 18” from a parapet wall.
„„ A maximum of two offsets (each offset is made up of 2-90°
bends) may be made.
„„ Install a firestop at any location where venting passes through
combustible materials and construction.
„„ Utilize support straps, or support plates, and rings (as required)
to meet acceptable building practices.
„„ Install all roof flashing and storm collars as shown.
32’ max.
Support plate
Obstacle
Firestop
Figure 11a. Top vent, Roof mounted with 1 offset (1 offset= two 90° bends).
PVTK1
Termination
2’ min.
Support straps or
support plate & ring
Roof mounted Terminations
The following details are some possible configurations for Roof
mounted terminations. See below.
PVTK1
Termination
2’ min.
Firestop
32’ max
Support plate
& ring
Support ring
32’ max.
Firestop
Support plate
Obstacle
2’
Firestop
Figure 11. Top vent, Roof mounted termination with no offset in vent run.
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Firestop
Figure 11b. Top vent, Roof mounted with 2 offsets (1 offset= two 90° bends).
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Installation
Connection and installation of the vent components should
adhere to the following guidelines:
PVTK1
Termination
Support plate
32’ max
Support ring
18”
Max.
Figure 11c. Rear vent, Roof mounted venting (1 = 90° bend).
Section 3-2-2: VENTING COMPONENTS
Select from the following components and associated Montigo part
numbers for installation of a Roof Mounted Termination. Use only Montigo
Vent Components. Use of non-Montigo parts will void the warranty and
may impede operation of the fireplace.
A - Termination
PVTK-1
B - Flex Sections
PFL - 1
PFL - 18
PFL - 2
PFL - 3
PFL - 4
PFL - 6
(12" f/f Section)
(18" f/f Section)
(24" f/f Section)
(36" f/f Section)
(48" f/f Section)
(72" f/f Section)
C - Rigid Sections
PXT - 5
PXT - 10
PEXT - 1
PXT - 20
PEXT - 2
PEXT - 3
PEXT - 4
PEXT - 6
(5" f/f Section)
(10" f/f Section)
(12" f/f Section)
(20" f/f Section)
(24" m/f Section)
(36" m/f Section)
(48" m/f Section)
(72" m/f Section)
D - Elbows
PEL-90MM
PEL-90FF
PEL-90FM
PEL-45FM
E - Support Ring & Plate
PSPXT-8
F - Firestop
PS-8
G - Roof Flashing
PRF-7
PRF-12
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„„ Use any combination of rigid and Flex pipe as required.
„„ Flex sections may be stretched up to 50% of their total length
(e.g. a 24” section maybe stretched to 36”).
„„ Connect all vent sections using a minimum of three sheet metal
screws on the outer pipe flue.
„„ Ensure the pipe ends male to female slide in a minimum of 1
1/2” of overlap.
„„ Ensure all runs are supported with a minimum of 3 supports per
10’ of venting.
„„ When hanging/ supporting venting, ensure that 1” clearance
is maintained on sides and bottom of vent runs and 2” above
horizontal vent runs to any combustible material.
„„ Ensure when cutting sections of rigid pipe to maintain integrity
of internal supports.
„„ Place the springs, supplied with the pipe kit, between the outer
and inner pipes to keep the pipes separate and avoid any
possible hot spots.
„„ Montigo recommends the use of a flex section for the final pipe
connected directly to the fireplace offering greater flexibility of
installation and absorption of movement.
„„ When penetrating a combustible ceiling, a ceiling firestop must
be used.
IMPORTANT:
Please Refer to your Building Envelope Engineer
or Waterproofing Consultant for a review of ALL
penetrations through exterior walls or the roof.
„„ Montigo recommends that all exterior corners and joints be sealed
with exterior caulking however we encourage you to consult
your Building Envelope Engineer or Waterproofing Consultant
for further recommendations.
(m/m 90º Elbow)
( f/f 90º Elbow)
( f/m 90º Elbow)
( f/m 45º Elbow)
(1/12 - 7/12 pt.)
(7/12 - 12/12 pt.)
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Section 3-3: INSTALLING A WALL MOUNTED DIRECT VENT
TERMINATION
This section applies to installations where the direct vent termination will be wall mounted.
1). Installation of Termination with built in frame
A Termination with a Built-In Frame is installed during framing
of a structure. 1. Frame the termination opening to 11" x 11".
2. Install exterior sheathing to the structure framing.
3. Fasten the termination to the sheathing using a minimum of 4 screws.
11”
Framing
Fastening Hardware,
minimum 4-screws
Exterior
Sheathing
PTO-4F (5"/8")
Termination
11”
Figure 13. Installing a PTO-F termination.
2). Installation of termination frame at time of framing
Terminations with a MSR frame allow the installation of the frame prior
to installation of the termination.
1. Frame the termination opening to 12" x 12".
2. Secure the MSR Frame to the exterior sheathing of the structure.
3. Fasten the termination to the MSR Frame using a minimum of 4 screws.
12”
Framing
4). Installation of termination from inside structure
A Termination with a MOSR Frame is installed from the inside of the
structure. These are commonly used in high-rise construction.
MOSR Frame
Framing, concrete or other
materials
12”
12”
PTO-4 (5"/8")
Termination
Exterior Sheathing, concrete or
other materials
Fastening Hardware,
minimum 4-screws
Figure 13b. Installing a PTO termination with the MOSR frame.
1. Frame the MOSR opening to 12" x 12".
2. Fasten the MOSR frame to the interior side of the studs, concrete,
or finished wall construction using a minimum of 4 screws.
3. Insert the termination into the MOSR frame as shown here, (from
the inside) and attach to the MOSR by installing a min. quantity of
4 bolts into the threaded nuts on the MOSR Frame.
5). Installation of a termination shield for Vinyl Siding
The VSS Termination shield is installed when the exterior of a structure
is clad with Vinyl siding. It is placed directly above, and on-center with
the termination.
VSS Vinyl shield
PTO-4 (5"/8")
Termination
MSR Frame
Fastening Hardware,
minimum 4-screws
Exterior
Sheathing
PTO-4 (5"/8")
Termination
12”
Figure 13a. Installing a PTO termination with the MSR frame.
3). Installation of termination frame at time of framing
in Masonry
Terminations with a BSR frame allow the installation of the
frame in masonry prior to the installation of the termination
1. Frame the BSR opening to 12" x 12".
2. Secure the BSR Frame to the exterior sheathing of the structure.
3. Fasten the termination to the BSR Frame using a minimum of 4 screws.
12”
Framing
Exterior
Sheathing
12”
BSR Frame
Fastening Hardware,
minimum 4-screws
PTO-4 (5"/8")
Termination
Figure 13c. Installing a PTO termination with the BSR frame.
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Exterior Vinyl
siding
Figure 14. Installing the VSS Vinyl Shield.
Installing Heat Guards over Terminations is recommended
in installations where the termination is located within 7'
feet above grade, or above a pedestrian walkway, and may
be Required by code in Public areas.
PTKOG (5"/8")
Figure 13c. Installing a PTO termination heat guard.
1. Ensure that the two long mounting brackets are facing the bottom
of the termination. (See inset). This will provide more heat protection
at the top of the termination, where temperatures are highest.
2. Attach to the faceplate of the termination using four sheet metal
screws.
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„„ Vent terminations must not be recessed in walls or siding.
„„ All through-the–wall terminations within 3’ of the fireplace must
have a Montigo Heat Shield (RHS101) installed. See Section
3-3-3.
„„ All through-the-wall terminations beyond 3' of the fireplace must
have a Montigo Heat Shield (RHS8) installed. See Section 3-3-3.
„„ Once the proposed venting layout has been determined refer to
Figure 14 to ensure the layout is acceptable.
Notes Wall Mounted Terminations: Top Vent
„„ All measurements for vertical or horizontal runs are measured
from center of the vent pipe.
„„ Venting runs must fall within the limits set by the venting graph,
see Figure 14.
Wall mounted Terminations
The following details are some possible configurations for Wall
mounted terminations. See below.
The Venting Graph: H*42DF*
Measure the vertical height from the fireplace hearth to the centre of the
termination and the horizontal run from the fireplace flue collar to the wall
flange of the termination. Plot on the Venting Graph Figure 14 with an 'X'.
If the 'X' falls on or above the top boundary of the shaded area, the
installation is acceptable.
Example A: (Acceptable Installation)
If the vertical dimension from the hearth is 84" and the horizontal run to
the wall flange of the vent termination is 36", this would be an acceptable
installation.
Example B: (Acceptable Installation)
If the vertical dimension from the hearth is 72" and the horizontal run to
the wall flange of the vent termination is 66", this would be an acceptable
installation.
A
Vertical Run (in.)
Section 3-3-1: VENTING LAYOUT: Wall mounted termination.
Selection of components and details of venting layout should
adhere to the following guidelines:
B
Acceptable vent run
within non-shaded area.
C
42”Min. Rigid
46”Min Flex
If your installation does not fall
within the venting graph parameters, please contact Montigo
for Power Venting options.
42”
Figure 14. H*42DF* Top Vent Venting Graph for wall mounted terminations.
42” Max.
RHS8 Heat
Shield
Flex section
shown
Termination
42”Min. Rigid
46”Min. Flex
Exterior
Wall
Hearth
Figure 16. Top Vented, wall mounted installation with 1 elbow (1 one 90° bend).
The vent run must comply with Venting Graph for Top vent, wall mounted
terminations, Figure 14.
15’foot Max.
30”min
Example C: (Unacceptable Installation)
If the vertical dimension from the floor of the fireplace is 74" and the
horizontal run to the wall flange of the vent termination is 108", this would
not be an acceptable installation.
Unacceptable vent run
within shaded area.
Solid Section
Flex Section
Hearth
RHS8 Heat
Shield
Termination
8' MIN
at MAX
horizontal
Exterior
Wall
Figure 16a. Top Vented, wall mounted Multi-elbow installation. See Venting
Graph for Top vent, wall mounted terminations, Figure 14.
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45° Corner Installation.
Attach an PEL-45 (45° elbow) directly onto the flue collar. Cut the
PXT-20 to suit, and attach it to the PEL-45. Slide the fireplace into
position and attach to the termination.
Heat Shield
PXT-18
PEL-45 Elbow
PEL-90 Elbow
Notes Wall Mounted Terminations: Rear Vent
„„ All dimension lengths for vertical or horizontal runs are measured
from center of the vent pipe.
„„ Venting runs must fall within the limits set by the venting graphs,
see Figure 17.
„„ Fireplace must be converted to Rear Vent configuration prior to
running vent, see Figure 7 and 8.
The Venting Graph
Measure the vertical height from the fireplace hearth to the centre of the
termination and the horizontal run from the fireplace flue collar to the wall
flange of the termination. Plot on the Venting Graph Figure 17 with an 'X'.
If the 'X' falls on or above the top boundary of the shaded area, the
installation is acceptable.
Example A: (Acceptable Installation)
If the vertical dimension from the hearth is 120" and the horizontal
run to the wall flange of the vent termination is 138", this would be
an acceptable installation.
Example B: (Unacceptable Installation)
Figure 16b. Corner installation.
45° or less Corner Installation.
Use an PTO-3 termination and an PFL-1 or PFL-2/PFL-2 (12" or 24"
compressed length) and a frame, if appropriate. Flex may be turned
to obtain desired degree of angle required but must not exceed 45°.
Heat Shield
If the vertical dimension from the hearth is 48" and the horizontal
run to the wall flange of the vent termination is 96", this would be
would not be an acceptable installation.
Example C: (Unacceptable Installation)
If the vertical dimension from the floor of the fireplace is 72" and
the horizontal run to the wall flange of the vent termination is 120",
this would not be an acceptable installation.
A
Acceptable vent run
within non-shaded area.
C
B
52”
48”
33”
18”
Unacceptable vent run
within shaded area.
If your installation does not fall
within the venting graph parameters, please contact Montigo
for Power Venting options.
Figure 16c. Flex installation. (NG Models Only)
Note: Through the wall venting kits are also available for both
the Straight and the Corner Installation. The Kit includes a heat
shield, a PFL-12 (f/f) flexible pipe, and a termination with or without
a mounting frame.
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Figure 17. Rear Vent Venting Graph for wall mounted terminations.
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Section 3-3-3: Heat Shields
Installing a Wall Mounted RHS101 Heat shield.
Installing a Wall Mounted RHS8 Heat shield
The RHS101 Heat shield MUST be used where the RHS8 Termination
(Figure 19 and 19a) CANNOT be used. Use the RHS101 within 36"
horizontal or 46" vertical.
To install the RHS101, Slide the Inner Section over the vent pipe that will
connect to the fireplace. Fasten the vent pipe to the back of the fireplace
with a Min. of three sheet metal screws.
Next, slide the RHS101 outer section from the outside of the structure,
see Figure 19c.
To complete the installation fasten the Heat Shield Outer Section &
Termination frame to the structure Figure 19d.
(Note: ensure you DO NOT EXCEED the Max. 18" fireplace clearance),
N.G. (Natural Gas) equipped fireplaces ONLY. For Propane fireplaces,
see figure 17b.
The RHS8 Heat shield CANNOT be used WITHIN 36" horizontal or
39" vertically of the fireplace, (see figure 19a). For applications within
these dimensions the RHS101 Heat Shield MUST be used.
To install the RHS8, frame an opening in combustible construction,
Figure 19 below. Slide the Heat shield in place over the vent pipe
which attaches to the fireplace. After the fireplace and vent pipe has
been installed, clearances should match the dimensions in Figure 19.
1” Min. Both sides Typical
2” Min.
RHS8 Heat Shield
Combustible Framing
1” Min.
RHS101 Heat Shield
Outer Section
Termination
Figure 19. RHS8 Installation. (Install by sliding over vent pipe where it passes
through the combustible construction).
18” max
Combustible
framing
Figure 19c. RHS101 Installation. (Install by sliding Outer Section over vent pipe
where it passes through the combustible construction.
RHS101 Heat Shield
Outer Section
PTO Termination
RHS101 Heat Shield, inner Section
Vent pipe, from fireplace
Fireplace
36” Min
RHS8 Heat
Shield
Drywall / sheetrock
Drywall / sheetrock
RHS101 Heat Shield, inner Section
Termination
46” Min.
Fireplace
Figure 19a. RHS8 Installation. (Minimum requirements).
Figure 19d. Heat Shield. After sliding the outer section in place.
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Section 3-3-2: VENTING COMPONENTS
nOTE: 18” MaX. horizontal run
with no vertical lift. n.G. (natural
Gas) fireplaces OnLY.
PXT Extension
RHS101 Heat
Shield
Termination
18” MaX.
Exterior
Wall
Hearth
33"
Figure 17a. Straight run, Rear Vented, wall mounted termination for H*42DF*,
Figure 17. N.G. (Natural Gas) equipped fireplaces ONLY. For Propane
fireplaces, see figure 17b below.
The following components and associated Montigo part numbers are
available for installation of a Wall Mounted Termination. Use only Montigo
Vent Components. Use of non-Montigo parts will void the warranty and
may impede operation of the fireplace.
A - Termination
PTO-4
PTO-4F
(3" Length)
(3" Length)
B - Frame Kits
MSR
MOSR
BSR-4
BSR-6
(Stucco Frame)
(Stucco Frame)
(4" Brick Frame)
(6" Brick Frame)
C - Flex Sections
PFL - 1
PFL - 18
PFL - 2
PFL - 3
PFL - 4
PFL - 6
(12" f/f Section)
(18" f/f Section)
(24" f/f Section)
(36" f/f Section)
(48" f/f Section)
(72" f/f Section)
D - Rigid Sections
PXT - 5
PXT - 10
PEXT - 1
PXT - 20
PEXT - 2
PEXT - 3
PEXT - 4
PEXT - 6
(5" f/f Section)
(10" f/f Section)
(12" f/f Section)
(20" f/f Section)
(24" m/f Section)
(36" m/f Section)
(48" m/f Section)
(72" m/f Section)
E - Elbows
PEL-90MM
PEL-90FF
PEL-90FM
PEL-45FM
30” Max.
Flex or Rigid
Section
19”
Min.
52” Min.
18”
Max.
33”
Figure 17b. Rear Vented, wall mounted Multi-elbow termination installation.
Installation for H*42DF* must have a minimum vertical rise of 52".The vent run
must comply with the Venting Graph for Rear vent, wall mounted terminations,
Figure 17.
IMPORTANT:
Please Refer to your Building Envelope Engineer
or Waterproofing Consultant for a review of ALL
penetrations through exterior walls or the roof.
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(m/m 90º Elbow)
( f/f 90º Elbow)
( f/m 90º Elbow)
( f/m 45º Elbow)
Connection and installation of the vent components should
adhere to the following guidelines:
„„ Use any combination of rigid and Flex pipe as required.
„„ Flex sections may be stretched up to 50% of their total length (e.g. a
24” section maybe stretched to 36”).
„„ Connect all vent sections using a minimum of three sheet metal
screws on the outer pipe flue..
„„ Ensure the pipe ends male to female slide in a minimum of 1 1/2”
of overlap.
„„ Ensure all runs are supported with a minimum of 3 supports per 10’
of venting.
„„ When hanging/ supporting venting, ensure that 1” clearance is
maintained on sides and bottom of vent runs and 2” above horizontal
vent runs to any combustible material.
„„ Ensure when cutting sections of rigid pipe to maintain integrity of
internal supports.
„„ Place the springs, supplied with the pipe kit, between the outer and
inner pipes to keep the pipes separate and avoid any possible hot spots.
„„ Montigo recommends the use of a flex section for the final pipe
connected directly to the fireplace offering greater flexibility of
installation and absorption of movement.
„„ When penetrating a combustible ceiling, a ceiling firestop must be used.
„„ Montigo recommends that all exterior corners and joints be sealed
with exterior caulking however we encourage you to consult your
Building Envelope Engineer or Waterproofing Consultant for further
recommendations.
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Section 4: Wiring
Honeywell (Q3450)
Pilot Assembly
Pilot Electrical
Harness Connector
Models
H42DFNE
H42DFLE
Honeywell Gas
Control (SV9501M)
Gas Control
Connector
Fan Plug
Receptacle
Junction Box
Black
White
Green
115VAC
24VAC
Gnd Screw
40 VA
Transformer
Wall Switch
Figure 20. Wiring with Honeywell gas control and pilot.
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Models
H42DFNI
H42DFLI
HL42DFNI
HL42DFLI
HR42DFNI
Figure 21. Wiring for the SIT IPI Wiring Schematic
Wiring for the optional Fan Kit
All H*42DF* fireplaces may be equipped with optional fan kits for
circulating heat into the living space.
Installations in Canada which employ the fans must be electrically
grounded in accordance with CSA C22.1 Canadian Electrical Code
Part 1 and/or Local Codes.
Installations in the USA which employ the fans must be grounded in
accordance with local codes or, in the absence of local codes, with the
National Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA 70-1987.
For more information see the Fan Kit Installation Guide included with
the fan kit.
NOTE:
If any of the original wire supplied with the appliance is replaced, it
must be replaced with the same type, or its equivalent.
5/1/60 Supply
G L1 L2
L2-WH
G L1-BLK
Quick Connect
plug to motor
Figure 21a. Wiring schematic for optional fans.
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Section 5: Installing the Gas Line
Section 5-1: FUEL CONVERSION
„„ Verify that your fireplace is compatible with your available gas
type. (Natural Gas or Propane shown by "N" or "L" in your
model number
„„ If gas type is not compatible, contact your local Montigo
representative to purchase a conversion kit.
„„ Conversion kits must be installed by a qualified service technician.
Section 5-2: GAS PRESSURE
„„ Optimum appliance performance requires proper input pressures.
„„ Gas line sizing requirements will be determined in ANSI Z221.3
National Fuel Gas Code in the USA and CAN/CGA B149 in
Canada.
Pressure requirements are:
Gas Pressure
Natural Gas
Propane
Minimum inlet pressure
5.5in. w.c.
11in. w.c.
Manifold pressure
3.5in. w.c.
10in. w.c.
Gasline Access
0.875” dia.
2”
7”
to center
Figure 22. Gas line access.
Note:
„„ The manifold outlet pressure is set from the factory to the
appropriate pressure but should be verified.
„„ To check pressures, control valves have a provision to remove
a 1/8” N.PT. plug to be fitted with a hose barb.
„„ Montigo requires a service shut off valve be located in an
accessible location to isolate the gas supply.
„„ Only install gas shut-off valves approved for use by the state,
province, or other governing body in which the fireplace is being
installed.
NOTICE
Section 5-3: GAS CONNECTION
„„ See Figure 22 below for location of gas line access.
„„ Flexible gas connectors must not exceed 3 feet in length, unless
allowable within local regulations.
„„ Connect incoming gas line to the 1/2"or 3/8" gas inlet port.
„„ Purge all air out of gas line.
„„ Check appliance connection, valve and valve train under normal
operating pressure with a commercially available leak check
solution.
„„ DO NOT USE A FLAME OF ANY KIND TO TEST FOR LEAKS.
After gas line is connected, each appliance connection,
valve and valve train must be checked while under normal
operating pressure with either a liquid solution, or leak
detection device, to locate any source of leak. Tighten any
areas where bubbling appears or leak is detected until
bubbling stops completely or leak is no longer detected.
DO NOT use a flame of any kind to test for leaks.
When pressure testing the fireplace,
Gas line, and input system follow the
appropriate local codes or your area.
DO NOT connect the fireplace to
pressures in excess of 1/2lb. This will
damage the gas control valve.
XW2032
CAUTION
We recommend careful consideration
be given to the effects of elevated
mantel temperatures which may be in
excess of product design, for example:
candles, plastic or pictures. This can
cause melting, deformation, discoloration or premature failure of T.V. radio,
and other electronic components.
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Section 6: Finishing
Finishing Around the Fireplace
Combustible mantels and mouldings may be safely installed over the
top and on the front of the fireplace provided that they do not project
beyond shaded area shown in Figure 24.
Fireplace Facing
When sizing the finish material for your fireplace, it is important to
remember the following: THE OPENING MUST NOT BE OBSTRUCTED
IN ANY WAY - to do so restricts the air supply for the control
compartments and heat exchanger it also prevents access for
servicing controls.
The face of the fireplace may be painted to match the room decor,
provided you use a heat-resistant paint. Decorative facing must not
extend past the fireplace opening at all, because it will interfere with
the access to retainers for removal of glass door.
Painting:
Special care is recommended by the Master Painters and Decorators
Association, when painting the fireplace surrounds, to select and apply
a quality Alkyd sealer prior to the applying of latex paints. This is to
prevent leaching of water from evaporation and causing a brownish
staining effect to paint over coats.
Side wall clearances are 3". Combustible surrounds may be installed
with 3" clearance to the side of the fireplace as shown in Figure 25.
Drywall/
Sheetrock
Header
Facing Material
Vertical Height (in.)
Combustible
Construction allowed
in shaded area
Combustible Facing
Material
Nailing flange extension,
(supplied) or Non-combustible Facing Material
Steel Stud construction allowable
within the grey-out area
Top of fireplace
Figure 25. Combustible surrounds.
CAUTION
Horizontal Run (in.)
When covering the upper metal
portion of the fireplace, (as shown,
Fig.16) with a non-combustible
material, Please Note: The
decorative facing materials may
be subject to temperatures in
excess of 250° F. This should be
considered when selecting facing
materials.
Figure 24. Combustible mantels and facings.
Mantels & Surrounds
NOTE: National Canadian Gas Association mantel test requirements
are for fire hazard prevention to combustible materials.
New technology, to meet consumer and government demands for the
wise use of energy, has prompted us to manufacture many models of
fireplaces which are hot, fuel and energy efficient.
Please be aware; temperatures over the mantel will rise above normal
room temperature and walls above fireplace may be hot to touch.
Warning:
When covering the upper metal portion of the fireplace with a noncombustible material Please Note: The decorative facing materials
may be subject to temperatures in excess of 250° F. This should be
considered when selecting facing materials.
We recommend careful consideration be given to the effects of elevated
mantel temperatures which may be in excess of product design, for
example: candles, plastic or pictures. This can cause melting, deformation,
discolouration or premature failure of T.V. and radio components.
XW2036
NOTICE
Do not use ammonia based or abrasive
cleaners on the glass, they will
permanently etch the surface. Use an
approved gas fireplace glass cleaner
such as Kel-Kem or White off.
XW2000
NOTICE
Do not operate this fireplace without the
glass door or with a broken glass door.
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Section 7: Installing & Removing the Door
Removing the door:
The H*42DF* doors are removed in a few simple steps. Follow these
below to remove the Horizontal access panel, unlatch the door buckles
and, remove the door. Replace in reverse order.
Remove the Horizontal Access Panel:
Step 1: Remove the Horizontal Access Panel:
Remove the Horizontal cover
by placing fingers in both finger
holes, then pushing away from
you and lifting out. Place it
Finger Holes
aside during maintenance or
cleaning.
Installed Gas
Install in reverse order.
Valve Cover
Figure 26. Removing and installing the the Horizontal Acess Panel
Step 2:
Locate the Door Buckles:
Step 5:
Ensure the tool is firmly
in the lower end of the
slot, (as shown), Then pull
toward you (Caution: hold
the tool securely).
2
Figure 26d.
Step 6:
Pull hard if necessary to
release the spring tension. (Caution: The latch
springs back with force,
hold the tool securely).
3
Figure 26e.
Step 7:
Remove the tool from
the latch slot. Ensure the
latches are hanging freely,
the hook end is released
from the bottom of the door.
(Repeat all 4-steps for the
remaining latches).
4
Figure 26f.
Step 8:
Figure 26a. Locate the door buckles. (Both Sides Typical)
Removing the Door:
Grasp the Door on either side, usually midway and lift upward, lift
the door carefully up and away from the front of the fireplace. See
Figures 26g. Place the Door aside in a safe place while maintenance
and / or cleaning is being performed.
Step 3: Release the Door Buckles
Hand-hold
Door Latch Slot
Door Latch Hook
Figure 26b. Door buckle Tool
Step 4:
Firmly grasp hand-hold
end of Door buckle tool
and place the machined
end in the slot under door
frame. (as shown)
Figure 26g. Removing and installing the glass doors. (Both Sides Typical)
1
Installing the Door:
To install the door, hook the top edge of the door frame into place. Lower
the door into position and follow the previous steps shown in reverse order.
Figure 26c.
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Section 8: Installing the Accessories
Installing the Log set:
The H42DF* is supplied with a seven ceramic fibre log logset. Unpack
the logs and handle them very carefully.
Step 5.Place the Centre Front log , Figure 27d below, as shown using
the notch cast in the Bottom Rear log as shown in figure 27c above.
Step 1.Remove the glass door as described in the previous Instructions.
Rear / Bottom Log
Pilot Assembl y
Center Fr ont Log
Notch in Log
Centerline of Fir eplace
Fireplace Bas e
Figure 27d. Placing Centre Front Log.
Step 7.Place the Right Centre log as shown in figure 27e.
Figure 27a. Placing Bottom Rear Log.
Right Fr ont
Log
Step 2.Place the bottom Rear log as shown in figure 27a.
Align
Gr oove
in Log
Align
Rest Log
Air Inlets
Bottom Right Log
Bottom Left Log
Fireplace Base
Figure 27b. Placing Bottom Right / Left Logs.
Step 3.Place the bottom Right and Left logs as shown in figure 27b.
Figure 27e. Placing Right Center Log.
Step 8.Place the Right Center log as shown using the notch in the Top
Right log as a guide, figure 27f.
Top
Right Log
Top
Left Log
Place Embers in this ar ea
Align Pins
Align Pins
Top Left
Log
Notch in Log
Top Right
Log
Figure 27f. Placing Embers.
Step 9.Place the Embers as shown in figure 27f.
Arrange the ember chips on top of the burner tray. Care should be taken
when placing the embers, as blocked burner ports may cause an
incorrect flame pattern, carbon deposits and delayed ignition. Also,
the embers must never be placed in a way that obstructs any of
the air inlet ports, located at the rear of the burner, as shown in
figure 27b.
Figure 27c. Top Left / Right Log.
Step 4.Place the Top Right log as shown in figure 27c. using the (4)
four alignment pins protruding from the top of the Right and Left
Bottom Logs, as shown in figure 27c. With these pins align the
Top Right and Left logs using the predetermined alignment holes
cast into the underside of the logs, as shown above, figure 27d.
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NOTICE
If logs are not placed properly, excessive
sooting will result.
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H*42DF Indoor Gas Fireplace
Installation
Installing the Firestones:
N.G. (Natural Gas) Fireplaces
The HL42DFN is supplied with firestones. Remove the Door and trim as
shown in the previous Instruction. Follow these instructions to ensure
all parts are removed or replaced as required. Once the Trim and glass
doors are removed place the firestones randomly across the pan and
the burners as described in Figure 28 to 28b.
Note: (N.G.) Natural Gas models, Only cover the Optional
burner covers with one layer of designer firestones.
Installing the Firestones:
L.P. (Propane) Fireplaces
Propane HL42DFL Fireplaces, has the option of installing the optional
cultured rocks or firestones. As described below, CAUTION, the firestones
or cultured rocks cannot cover the burners. Doing so produces an
undesirable / uneven flame pattern, and eventual sooting. Install as
shown, Figure 28d to 28e.
CAUTION!
When L.P. (Propane) is used DO NOT COVER THE
BURNERS with firestones or river rocks.
Note: (LP Gas) CAUTION: Ensure the optional river rocks or
designer firestones do not cover the Burners.
Figure 28. Installation of the Optional burner covers , (Place the covers end to end; do not overlap).
Figure 28d. Completed firestone installation. (Note: DO NOT place
ANY firestones on top of the burners).
Figure 28a. Installation of the firestones. (Ensure ONLY one layer of
firestones cover the burner and pilot covers).
Figure 28e. Operating Propane gas fireplace with firestones surrounding burner tray.
Figure 28b. Spreading the firestones evenly .
Optional River Rocks
The H*42DF* has the option of installing the cultured rocks which mimic
real stone. These may be spaced at random, or in a visual pattern of
your preference. See the Montigo web site for photographs and ideas
www.montigo.com
Figure 28c. Completed firestone installation.
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H*42DF Indoor Gas Fireplace
Installation
Installing the Artificial River Rocks:
5. Place (18) eighteen faux rocks "D" as shown below.
The HR42DF* is supplied with (37) thirty-seven faux ceramic fibre river
rock. Unpack the rocks and handle them very carefully. Shown Below:
1. Remove the glass door as described in the previous Instructions.
2. Install Rear faux "A" ceramic 3 in1 Rock as shown in Figure 29a.


3 in 1 faux
Rock "A"
Pilot and cover
Air Inlets
Rock riser




Back of Fireplace







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Figure 29c. Placement 18-faux ceramic rock "D", (as shown).
6. Place (3) three faux rocks "E" as shown below.
Burner holes

Figure 29a. Placement 3 in 1 rear faux ceramic rock "A".


3. Place the (4) four center faux rocks "B" on the riser spikes.
Figure 31a. Inset
Figure 29d. Placement 3-faux ceramic rock "E", (as shown).
Spikes, 2-per rock
6. Place 11) eleven faux rocks "F" as shown below.
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





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
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
4-Center faux Rock "B"
(flat side down)
Figure 29b. Placement 4-center faux ceramic rock "B".
4. Place (1) one center faux rocks "C" on Pilot cover.
Figure 29e. Placement 11-faux ceramic rock "F", (as shown).

Figure 29c. Placement 1-faux ceramic rock "C", (on Pilot cover).
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Figure 29f. Completed Placement. Note: You may have to adjust the Faux
rocks to produce a pleasing flame pattern and reduce sooting. (as shown)
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H*42DF Indoor Gas Fireplace
Operation
Section 9: Start-up Sequence
with Continuous Pilot
For Your
Safety
- READ
BEFORE
LIGHTING:
with
American
Flame Electronic
Ignition
WARNING
If the information in these instructions is
not followed exactly, a fire or explosion
may result causing property damage,
personal injury or death.
Models
H42DFN
HR42DFN
H42DFL
XW2008
A. This appliance has a pilot which must be lighted by hand.
When lighting the pilot, follow these instructions exactly.
B. BEFORE LIGHTING smell all around the appliance area for
gas. Be sure to smell next to the floor because some gas is
heavier than air and will settle on the floor.
What To Do If You Smell Gas:
QQ Do not try to light any appliance.
QQ Do not touch any electrical switch; do not use any phone
in your building.
QQ Immediately call your gas supplier from a neighbour's
phone. Follow the gas supplier's instructions.
QQ If you cannot reach your gas supplier, call the Fire
Department.
C. Use only your hand to push in or turn the gas control knob.
Never use tools. If the knob will not push in or turn by hand,
don't try to repair it, call a qualified service technician. Force
or attempt to repair may result in a fire or explosion.
D. Do not use this appliance if any part has been under water.
Immediately call a qualified service technician to inspect the
appliance and to replace any part of the control system, and
any gas control which has been under water.
Lighting Instructions:
1.
2.
3.
4.
STOP! Read the safety information above on this label.
Lift out the lower Horizontal access panel.
to "OFF."
Push in gas control knob and turn clockwise
Wait five (5) minutes to clear out any gas. Smell for gas,
including near the floor. If you then smell gas, STOP! Follow
"B" in the safety information above on this label. If you don't
smell gas, go to the next step.
5. Locate pilot burner (See illustration at right.) and follow steps
below.
to "PILOT."
6. Turn knob on gas control counter clockwise
7. Push in gas control knob completely and hold. Light with Piezo
Igniter button. Continue to hold the control knob in for about
(1) minute after the pilot is lit. Release the knob and it will pop
back up. Pilot should remain lit. If it goes out repeat steps 3
through 8.
QQ If knob does not pop up when released. Stop and
immediately call your service technician or gas supplier.
QQ If the pilot will not stay lit after several tries, turn the gas
control knob to "OFF" and call your service technician
or gas supplier.
to
8. Push in gas control knob and turn counter-clockwise
"ON."
9. Replace the lower Horizontal access
panel.
10. Turn on remote switch to ignite fire.
NOTE: Gas control knob cannot be turned from "PILOT" to "OFF"
unless knob is pushed in slightly. Do not force.
To Turn Off Gas To Appliance:
1. Turn off remote switch.
2. Lift out the lower Horizontal access panel.
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3. Push in gas control knob slightly and turn
"Off". Do not force.
clockwise to
4. Replace the lower Horizontal access panel.
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Operation
with Honeywell Electronic Ignition
For Your
Safety
- READ
BEFORE
LIGHTING:
with
American
Flame Electronic
Ignition
Models
WARNING
H42DFNE
H42DFLE
If the information in these instructions is
not followed exactly, a fire or explosion
may result causing property damage,
personal injury or death.
XW2008
A. This appliance is equipped with an ignition system that
lights the pilot burner automatically. Do not attempt to light
the pilot by hand.
B. BEFORE LIGHTING smell all around the appliance area for
gas. Be sure to smell next to the floor because some gas is
heavier than air and will settle on the floor.
What To Do If You Smell Gas:
QQ Do not try to light any appliance.
QQ Do not touch any electrical switch; do not use any phone
in your building.
QQ 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.
C. Use only your hand to push in or turn the gas control knob.
Never use tools. If the knob will not push in or turn by
hand, don't try to repair it, call a qualified service technician.
Force or attempt to repair may result in a fire or explosion.
D. Do not use this appliance if any part has been under water.
Immediately call a qualified service technician to inspect
the appliance and to replace any part of the control system,
and any gas control which has been under water.
QQ
Lighting Instructions:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
STOP! Read the safety information above on this label.
Flip down the lower trims.
Turn switch on the gas control to OFF".
Wait 5 minutes to clear out any gas. If you smell gas,
STOP! Follow "B" in the safety information above on this
label. If you don't smell gas, go to the next step.
Turn switch on the gas control to "ON". NOTE: This unit is
equipped with an ignition system that lights the pilot burner
automatically. Do not attempt to light the pilot by hand.
Turn on wall switch.
Flip up the lower trim.
If the fireplace does not operate, follow the instructions "To
Turn Off Gas To Appliance" and call your service technician
or gas supplier.
Gas
Inlet
Gas Control Switch
Shown in "On" Position
To Turn Off Gas To Appliance:
1. Turn off remote switch.
2. Flip down the lower trim.
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3. Turn the switch on the gas control to "Off".
4. Flip up the trim.
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H*42DF Indoor Gas Fireplace
Operation
Proflame SIT Electronic Ignition
For Your
Safety
- READ
BEFORE
LIGHTING:
with
American
Flame Electronic
Ignition
WARNING
Models
H42DFNI
HL42DFNI
H42DFLI
HL42DFLI
If the information in these instructions is
not followed exactly, a fire or explosion
may result causing property damage,
personal injury or death.
HR42DFNI
XW2008
A. This appliance is equipped with an ignition system that lights
the pilot burner automatically. Do not attempt to light the pilot
by hand.
B. BEFORE LIGHTING smell all around the appliance area for
gas. Be sure to smell next to the floor because some gas is
heavier than air and will settle on the floor.
What To Do If You Smell Gas:
 Do not try to light any appliance.
 Do not touch any electrical switch; do not use any phone
in your building.
 Immediately call your gas supplier from a neighbour's
phone. Follow the gas supplier's instructions.
 If you cannot reach your gas supplier, call the Fire
Department.
C. Use only your hand to push in or turn the gas control knob.
Never use tools. If the knob will not push in or turn by
hand, don't try to repair it, call a qualified service technician.
Force or attempt to repair may result in a fire or explosion.
D. Do not use this appliance if any part has been under water.
Immediately call a qualified service technician to inspect
the appliance and to replace any part of the control system,
and any gas control which has been under water.
Lighting Instructions:
1. STOP! Read the safety information above on this label.
2. Remove the lower Horizontal access panel.
3. Turn Incoming gas valve to the ON" position.
4. Wait 5 minutes to clear out any gas. If you smell gas,
STOP! Follow "B" in the safety information above on this
label. If you don't smell gas, go to the next step.
5. Turn wall switch "ON".
two trials, (one minute audible clicking, thirty seconds of
silence, and then another one minute of audible clicking).
7. After completion of the information in the Troubleshooting
section, Repeat step 5.
8. If the system will not function correctly, follow the instructions "To Turn Off Gas To Appliance" and call your service
technician or gas supplier.
6. If the Fireplace does not light, the System will cycle through
EV1 (Pilot
burner)
Pilot Sensor
Lockout Reset Key
Diagnostic Terminal
Igniter
Ground
EV1 (Pilot burner)
EV2 (Main burner)
Power
Gas "In"
EV2 (Main
burner)
Pilot Adjust Screw
Gas "Out"
To fireplace Main
burner
Incoming Gas
Line, Shut-off
Valve
Command (Wall
switch)
To Turn Off Gas To Appliance:
1. Turn off remote switch.
2. Remove the lower Horizontal access panel.
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3. Turn the incoming gas control valve to "Off".
4. Replace the lower Horizontal access panel.
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H*42DF Indoor Gas Fireplace
Maintenance
Hi-Lo Burner
Adjustment:
Lighting Instructions
See pages 24 to 26.
Models
H42DFN
H42DFL
(SIT Nova 820).
 Have the fireplace and installation inspected yearly. The inspection The H*42DF* is equipped with an adjustable burner, allowing you to
raise or lower the flames. To adjust the flames, locate the black knob
must include, but is not limited to, the following:
marked 'Hi-Lo', in the centre of the gas control valve (See Figure 32).
• A visual check of the entire vent system and termination.
 To raise the flame height, turn the black knob (located behind the
• An inspection of the explosion relief flappers and the door
lower trim) counter-clockwise.
gaskets to ensure a proper seal.
 To lower the flame height, turn clockwise.
• An inspection of the burner, vent run, and primary air openings.
• An inspection of the gas valve, gas components, and pilot flame.
'Hi-Lo' Adjustment Knob
For your convenience a 1/8" manifold pressure tap is supplied
on the gas valve for a test gauge connection.
• Ensure proper log placement as per this manual.
• Inspection of all optional equipment; fans, thermostats, etc.
 For Natural Gas this appliance requires a minimum inlet pressure
of 5.5" W.C. and a manifold pressure of 3.5" W.C.
 For Propane Gas this appliance requires a minimum inlet pressure
of 11" W.C. and a manifold pressure of 10" W.C.
Gas Control Knob
(Shown in “Pilot” position)
 Always keep the fireplace area clear and free of combustible materials,
as well as gasoline and other flammable vapors and liquids.
Figure 32.'Hi-Lo' Adjustment on the H*42DF* s gas valve,
 Do not use this appliance if any part has been under water. Immediately
call a qualified service technician to inspect the appliance and to Pilot Burner Adjustment: (SIT Nova 820).
replace any part of the control system and any gas control which
1. Locate Pilot Adjustment Screw. (See figure 33.)
has been under water.
2. Adjust pilot screw to provide properly sized flame as shown.
General
Cleaning
When the fireplace is first activated, there may be some smoking and
a visible film may be left on the glass. This is a normal condition, and
is the result of burning of protective coatings on new metal.
 Glass must be cleaned periodically to remove any film (which is
a normal by-product of combustion) which may be visible. Film
can easily be removed by removing the door, as shown on Page
20. Handle the door carefully, and clean it with non-abrasive glass
cleaners. One of the most effective products is Kel Kem.
 Silicone seals on inner door during initial firing will "off gas", leaving
a visual deposit of a white substance on combustion chamber walls.
This can easily be removed using normal household products.
 Use a vacuum cleaner or whisk broom to keep the control
compartment, burner, and firebox free from dust and lint.
 Logs may be cleaned periodically with a vacuum to remove soot or
other contaminates.
3. After installing or servicing, leak test with a soap solution with main
burner on. Coat pipe and tubing joints, gasket etc. with soap solution.
Bubbles indicate leaks. Tighten any areas where the bubbles appear
until the bubbling stops completely.
Pilot Adjustment Screw
Wall Switch
CAUTION!
 Fireplace gas control must be in the “OFF” position and pilot
and main burners extinguished when cleaning appliance with
a vacuum.
 Doors can get very hot. Handle only when cool.
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Power
Generator
Inlet Pressure
Manifold Pressure
Test Connection
Figure 33. 'Pilot' Adjustment on the H*42DF* s gas valve.
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H*42DF Indoor Gas Fireplace
Maintenance
Models
Troubleshooting:
H42DFN
(SIT Nova 820).
HR42DFN
H42DFL
Troubleshooting:
(Honeywell)
Models
H42DFNE
H42DFLE
The following is a troubleshooting chart of possible
problems:
PROBLEM
CORRECTIVE ACTION
Noisy Pilot Flame
Locate pilot adjustment screw on
gas control valve. Flame is decreased by
turning adjustment screw clockwise.
Pilot won’t ignite Disconnect remote wires and try to
light pilot. If pilot now works, remote
connections are faulty. Check wiring
diagram figure 33.
Main burner will
not light
1. Check wiring (see figure 33).
2. Check wall switch for proper
connection.
Troubleshooting:
(SIT - IPI Electronic)
Models
H42DFNI
HL42DFNI
H42DFLI
HL42DFLI
HR42DFNI
1. Locate the lead to the battery backup, (remove)
(Refer to schematic, below)
2. Locate the AC/DC wall transformer, (Unplug connector)
(Refer to schematic, below)
1.
2.
If your fireplace still does not operate correctly, consult your dealer or
the manufacturer.
All service and repairs should be performed by a qualified Technician.
All spare parts, optional fans, and optional trim finishes are available
from your local dealer or the manufacturer.
If your fireplace still does not operate correctly, consult your dealer or
the manufacturer.
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Replacement Parts
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H42DF
HL42DF
HR42DF
NG Gas Valve
RGC1006
RGC1006
RGC1006
LP Gas Valve
RGC1005
RGC1005
~
NG Pilot
RPA020
RPA020
RPA020
LP Pilot
RPA021
RPA021
~
NG Burner
RBH3801
RBH3801
LP Burner
RBH3802
NG Orifice
R0R1120
LP Orifice
R0R1121
~
~
~
~
Door
RDTH42
RDTH42
RDTH42
Log Base
RLGSH42B
~
Log Set
RLGSH42
~
~
~
R0R1120
~
RR42GRAY
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H*42DF Indoor Gas Fireplace
Appendix
Appendix A: Termination Locations
A = clearance to the termination frame above grade, veranda, porch, deck,
or balcony [16 inches (41 cm) minimum]
B = clearance to door, or sides and top of window, that may be opened [16
inches (41 cm) minimum for appliances ≤100 000 BTU/H (30kW)]
C = clearance to bottom of window that may be opened horizontally [36 inches
(92 cm) minimum for appliances ≤100 000 BTU/H (30kW)]
D = no clearance to permanently closed window when installed with approved
glass penetration termination
E = clearance to permanently closed window [16 inches 41 cm recommended
to prevent condensation on window]
F = vertical clearance to ventilated soffit located above the termination within a
horizontal distance of 2 feet (61 cm) from the centreline of the termination
[22 inches (56 cm) minimum]
G = clearance to unventilated soffit [16 inches (41 cm) minimum to noncombustibles] [22 inches (56 cm) minimum to combustibles]
H = clearance to outside corner [9 inches (23 cm) minimum]
I = clearance to inside corner [12 inches (31 cm) minimum]
J = * not to be installed above a meter/regulator assembly within
40" (103 cm) horizontally from the centreline of the regulator
Q = clearance above a roof [24 inches (61 cm) minimum]
R = clearance to adjacent walls and neighboring buildings [18 inches (46
cm) minimum]
S = clearance from corner in recessed location [12 inches (31 cm) minimum]
T = maximum depth in recessed location [48 inches (122 cm) minimum]
U = minimum width for back wall of recessed location [24 inches (61 cm)
minimum]
V = no horizontal clearance between the frames of two terminations that
are level.
W = horizontal clearance between the frames of two terminations that are
not level. [36 inches (92 cm) minimum]
a vent shall not terminate directly above a sidewalk or paved driveway
which is located between two single family dwellings and serves both
dwellings
only permitted if veranda, porch, deck, or balcony has an open side that
is equal to or greater than the depth of the enclosed area
*
as specified in CGA B149 Installation Codes. Note: local Codes or
Regulations may require different clearance.
†
‡
K = clearance to service regulator vent outlet [3 feet minimum in the United
States] [*6 feet (1.8 m) minimum in Canada]
L = clearance to non-mechanical air supply inlet to building or the combustion
air inlet to any other appliance [16 inches (41 cm) minimum for appliances
≤100 000 BTU/H (30kW)]
M = clearance to mechanical air supply inlet [*6 feet (1.8 m) minimum]
N = † clearance above paved sidewalk or a paved driveway located on public
property [*7 feet (2.1 m) minimum]
P = clearance under veranda, porch, deck, or balcony [16 inches (41
cm) minimum‡ to non-combustibles] [22 inches (56 cm) minimum‡ to
combustibles]
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Appendix
The Warranty
Appendix B: Warranty
The Companies warrants the Montigo Gas Appliance to be free from defects in materials and workmanship at the time of manufacture. On the Montigo fireplace,
there is a ten-year warranty on the firebox and its components, a five-year warranty on the main burner and pilot burner, and a one-year warranty on the gas control
valve, fibre logs and Power Vent Module. The Glass, plated / painted finishes, and refractory lining are exempt from the warranty.
Remedy And Exclusions
The coverage of this Warranty is limited to all components of the Gas Appliance manufactured by The Companies.
This Warranty only covers Montigo Gas Appliances installed in the United States or Canada.
If the components of the Gas Appliance covered by this Warranty are found to be defective within the time frame stated (see The Companies right of investigation
outlined below). The Companies will, at its option, replace or repair defective components of the Gas Appliance manufactured by The Companies at no charge,
and will also pay for reasonable labour costs incurred in replacing or repairing components. If repair or replacement is not commercially practical, The Companies
will, at its option, refund the purchase price of the Montigo Gas Appliance.
This Warranty covers only parts and labour as provided above. In no case shall The Companies be responsible for materials, components, or construction which
are not manufactured or supplied by The Companies, or for the labour necessary to install, repair or remove such materials, components or construction. All
replacement or repair components will be shipped F.O.B. the nearest The Companies factory.
Qualifications To The Warranty
The Gas Appliance Warranty outlined above is further subject to the following qualifications:
(1) The Gas Appliance must be installed in accordance with The Companies installation instructions and local building codes. The Warranty on this Montigo
Gas Appliance covers only the component parts manufactured by The Companies. The use of components manufactured by others with this Montigo Gas
Appliance could create serious safety hazards, may result in the denial of certification by recognized national safety agencies, and could be in violation of
local building codes. This warranty does not cover any damages occurring from the use of any components not manufactured or supplied by The Companies
(2) The Montigo Gas Appliance must be subjected to normal use. The Gas Appliances are designed to burn gas only. Burning conventional fireplace fuels such
as wood, coal or any other solid fuel will cause damage to the Gas Appliance, will produce excessive temperatures and will result in a fire hazard.
Limitations On Liability
It is expressly agreed and understood that The Companies sole obligation, and purchaser's exclusive remedy under this Warranty, under any other warranty,
expressed or implied, or in contract, tort or otherwise, shall be limited to replacement, repair, or refund, as specified above.
In no event shall The Companies be responsible for any incidental or consequential damages caused by defects in its products, whether such damage occurs
or is discovered before or after replacement or repair, and whether or not such damage is caused by The Companies negligence. Some states do not allow the
exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitation or exclusion may not apply to you. The duration of any implied warranty
with respect to this Montigo Gas Appliance is limited to the duration of the foregoing warranty. Some states do not allow limitation on how long an implied warranty
lasts, so the above may not apply to you.
Investigation Of Claims Against Warranty
The Companies reserves the right to investigate any and all claims against this Warranty and to decide upon method of settlement.
The Companies Are Not Responsible For Work Done Without Written Consent
The Companies shall in no event be responsible for any warranty work done without first obtaining The Companies written consent.
Dealers Have No Authority To Alter This Warranty
The Companies employees and dealers have no authority to make any warranties nor to authorize any remedies in addition to or inconsistent with those stated above.
How To Register A Claim Against Warranty
In order for any claim under this Warranty to be valid, The Companies must be notified of the claimed defect in writing or by telephone, as soon as reasonably
possible after the defect is discovered. Claims against this Warranty in writing should include the date of installation, and a description of the defect.
Other Rights
This Warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state.
NOTE:
The Companies as stated above refer to - Canadian Heating Products Inc. and/or Montigo Del Ray Corp.
Canadian Heating Products Inc. and/or Montigo DelRay Corp. reserves the right to make changes at any time, without notice, in design, materials,
specifications, prices and also to discontinue colors, styles and products.
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Appendix
Appendix C: State of Massachusetts
Amendment
(Gas Fireplace / Equipment sold in the State of Massachusetts)
5.08: Modifications to NFPA-54, Chapter 10
(1) Revise NFPA-54 section 10.5.4.2 by adding a second exception as follows:
Existing chimneys shall be permitted to have their use continued when a gas conversion burner is installed, and shall be equipped with a manually reset device
that will automatically shut off the gas to the burner in the event of a sustained back-draft.
(2) Revise 10.8.3 by adding the following additional requirements:
(a) For all side wall horizontally vented gas fueled equipment installed in every dwelling, building or structure used in whole or in part for residential purposes,
including those owned or operated by the Commonwealth and where the side wall exhaust vent termination is less than seven (7) feet above finished grade in
the area of the venting, including but not limited to decks and porches, the following requirements shall be satisfied:
1. INSTALLATION OF CARBON MONOXIDE DETECTORS. At the time of installation of the side wall horizontal vented gas fueled equipment, the installing plumber or gas fitter shall observe that a hard wired carbon monoxide detector with an alarm and battery back-up is installed on the floor
level where the gas equipment is to be installed. In addition, the installing plumber or gas fitter shall observe that a battery operated or hard wired carbon
monoxide detector with an alarm is installed on each additional level of the dwelling, building or structure served by the side wall horizontal vented gas fueled
equipment. It shall be the responsibility of the property owner to secure the services of qualified licensed professionals for the installation of hard wired carbon
monoxide detectors
a. In the event that the side wall horizontally vented gas fueled equipment is installed in a crawl space or an attic, the hard wired carbon monoxide detector with
alarm and battery back-up may be installed on the next adjacent floor level.
b. In the event that the requirements of this subdivision can not be met at the time of completion of installation, the owner shall have a period of thirty (30) days
to comply with the above requirements; provided, however, that during said thirty (30) day period, a battery operated carbon monoxide detector with an alarm
shall be installed.
2. APPROVED CARBON MONOXIDE DETECTORS. Each carbon monoxide detector as required in accordance with the above provisions
shall comply with NFPA 720 and be ANSI/UL 2042 listed and IAS certified.
3. SIGNAGE. A metal or plastic identification plate shall be permanently mounted to the exterior of the building at a minimum height of eight (8) feet
above grade directly in line with the exhaust vent terminal for the horizontally vented gas fueled heating appliance or equipment. The sign shall read, in print
size no less than one-half (1/2) inch in size, “GAS VENT DIRECTLY BELOW. KEEP CLEAR OF ALL OBSTRUCTIONS”.
4. INSPECTION. The state or local gas inspector of the side wall horizontally vented gas fueled equipment shall not approve the installation unless,
upon inspection, the inspector observes carbon monoxide detectors and signage installed in accordance with the provisions of 248 CMR 5.08(2)(a)1 through 4.
(b) EXEMPTIONS: The following equipment is exempt from 248 CMR 5.08(2)(a)1 through 4:
1. The equipment listed in Chapter 10 entitled “Equipment Not Required To Be Vented” in the most current edition of NFPA 54 as adopted by the
Board; and
2. Product Approved side wall horizontally vented gas fueled equipment installed in a room or structure separate from the dwelling, building or structure used in whole or in part for residential purposes. (c) MANUFACTURER REQUIREMENTS - GAS EQUIPMENT VENTING SYSTEM PROVIDED. When the manufacturer of Product
Approved side wall horizontally vented gas equipment provides a venting system design or venting system components with the equipment, the instructions
provided by the manufacturer for installation of the equipment and the venting system shall include:
1. Detailed instructions for the installation of the venting system design or the venting system components; and
2. A complete parts list for the venting system design or venting system.
(d) MANUFACTURER REQUIREMENTS - GAS EQUIPMENT VENTING SYSTEM NOT PROVIDED. When the manufacturer of a Product Approved side wall horizontally vented gas fueled equipment does not provide the parts for venting the flue gases, but identifies “special venting systems”,
the following requirements shall be satisfied by the manufacturer:
1. The referenced “special venting system” instructions shall be included with the appliance or equipment installation instructions; and
2. The “special venting systems” shall be Product Approved by the Board, and the instructions for that system shall include a parts list and
detailed installation instructions.
(e) A copy of all installation instructions for all Product Approved side wall horizontally vented gas fueled equipment, all venting instructions, all parts lists for
venting instructions, and/or all venting design instructions shall remain with the appliance or equipment at the completion of the installation.
(3) After NFPA-54 section 10.10.4.2 add a new section 10.10.4.3 as follows:
When more than four gas appliances are to be vented through a common gas vent or common horizontal vent manifold, a plan of the proposed vent installation
shall be submitted to the Inspector and the serving gas supplier for review and approval.
Extraction from: Massachusetts Rules and Regulations
5.00: Amendments To 2002 Edition Of ANSI Z223.1-NFPA-54
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