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Astoria
Pellet Stove
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Horizontal
Or Vertical Vent
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Freestanding Stove
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Mobile Home Approved
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Class A Chimney Retrofit
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Hearth Stove into Existing
Masonry Chimney , Masonry
Fireplace, or Z.C. Fireplace
- - Please read this entire manual before
installation and use of this pellet fuelburning room heater. Failure to follow
these instructions could result in
property damage bodily injury or even
death.
- - Contact local building or fire officials
about restrictions and installation
inspection requirements in your area.
Tested and Listed by
OMNI-Test Laboratories, Inc.
Beaverton, Oregon
Report # 028–S–42-2
ASTME-1509 1995, ULCC 1482
Owner's Manual
Installer:
After installation give this manual to the home-owner
and explain operation of this heater.
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Introduction
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Introduction
We welcome you as a new owner of an Astoria pellet heater. In purchasing an Astoria you have joined
the growing ranks of concerned individuals whose selection of an energy system reflects both a
concern for the environment and aesthetics. The Astoria is one of the finest home heaters the world
over. This manual will explain the installation, operation, and maintenance of this pellet-burning
heater. Please familiarize yourself with the Owner's Manual before operating your heater and save the
manual for future reference. Included are helpful hints and suggestions which will make the
installation and operation of your new heater an easier and more enjoyable experience. We offer our
continual support and guidance to help you achieve the maximum benefit and enjoyment from your
heater.
Important Information
No other Astoria heater has the same serial number as
yours. The serial number is on the hopper lid.
This serial number will be needed in case you require
service of any type.
Model:
Serial Number:
Purchase Date:
Purchased From:
Travis Industries
Astoria
Mail your Warranty Card
Today, and Save Your Bill of
Sale.
To receive full warranty coverage,
you will need to show evidence of
the date you purchased your
heater. Do not mail your Bill of
Sale to us.
We suggest that you attach your
Bill of Sale to this page so that you
will have all the information you
need in one place should the need
for service or information occur.
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Table of Contents
Introduction
Operation (continued)
Introduction ......................................................2
Important Information .........................................2
Safety Precautions
Safety Precautions ............................................4
Specifications
Heating Specifications ........................................6
Dimensions.......................................................6
Electrical Specifications......................................6
Fuel.................................................................6
EPA Compliance ................................................6
Installation
Before you Begin ...............................................7
Packing List......................................................7
Installation Options ............................................7
Planning the Installation ......................................7
Stove Placement ...............................................7
Floor Protection Requirements..............................7
Clearances - Straight Installation ..........................8
Clearances - Corner Installation ............................8
Venting the Pellet Stove ......................................9
Maximum Venting Distance .............................9
Pellet Vent Type............................................10
Installing the Pellet Vent .................................10
Pellet Vent Termination...................................10
Mobile Home Requirements ..................................11
Outside Air .......................................................11
Alcove Installation Requirements ..........................12
Baffle Installation...............................................12
Door Seal Verification .........................................12
Restrictor Adjustment .........................................12
Installation Example: Direct "Through the Wall" ........13
Installation Example: Interior Vertical.....................14
Installation Example: Type A Chimney Retrofit .........15
Installation Example: Masonry Fireplace.................16
Installation Example: Zero-Clearance (Metal) Firepl...17
Installation Example: Freestanding Masonry Chim ....18
Operation
Manual Mode.....................................................21
Auto Mode ........................................................22
Restrictor Adjustment .........................................23
Adjusting the Fan Speed......................................23
Start-Up Sequence.............................................24
"AUGER ON" Light..............................................24
"FAULT" Light ....................................................24
Power Outages..................................................24
Maintenance
Daily Maintenance (whenever using the stove).........25
Inspect the Burn ...........................................25
Make Sure Pellets are not Piling Up ...................25
Check Firepot for Clinkers ...............................26
Cleaning the Firepot .......................................26
Opening the Door ...............................................27
Bi-Weekly Maintenance (or every 10 bags pellets) ....28
Clean the Heat Exchange Tubes.......................28
Vacuum Hopper ............................................28
Clean the Gold Door .......................................28
Clean the Baffles...........................................29
Sweep Ash Into Ashpan..................................30
Check Ashpan, Dispose if Necessary................31
Clean the Glass ............................................31
Yearly Maintenance (or every two tons) ..................32
Clean the Exhaust Duct ..................................32
Clean the Exhaust Blower ...............................33
Clean the Vent ..............................................33
Door Seal.....................................................34
Door Alignment .............................................34
Adjusting the Door Hinge and Latch...................35
Check for Air Leaks - Door, Glass and Ashpan ....36
Replacement Parts.............................................36
Normal Operating Sounds
Normal Operating Sounds ....................................37
Safety Label
Safety Label .....................................................38
Warranty
Safety Notice ....................................................19
Location of Controls ...........................................19
Starting the Heater for the First Time ......................19
Curing the Paint ............................................19
Priming the Auger ..........................................19
Loading Pellets..................................................20
The Two Modes of Operation ................................20
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Optional Equipment
Thermostat .......................................................40
Pellet Log .........................................................41
Index
Index...............................................................42
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• Do not operate the
heater if you smell
smoke coming from
the heater. Turn the
M ODE switch to
"OFF", monitor your
heater, and call your
dealer.
Gas
• Contact your local building
officials to obtain a permit
and information on any
installation restrictions or
inspection requirements
in your area. Notify your
insurance company of this
heater as well.
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• Never use gasoline,
gasoline-type lantern fuel,
kerosene, charcoal lighter
fluid, or similar liquids to
start or 'freshen up' a fire in
this heater. Keep all such
liquids well away from the
heater while it is in use.
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• The exhaust system must
be completely airtight and
properly installed. The
pellet vent joints must be
sealed with RTV 500o F.
(260o C.) silicone sealant.
• Do not unplug the heater
if you suspect a
malfunction. Turn the
MODE SWITCH to "OFF"
and periodically inspect
the heater.
• This unit must be properly
installed to prevent the
possibility of a house fire.
The instructions must be
strictly adhered to. Do not
use makeshift methods or
compromise in the
installation.
• Never try to repair or
replace any part of the
heater unless instructions
are given in this manual.
All other work should be
done by a trained
technician.
• Your heater requires
periodic maintenance and
cleaning (see "Maintaining
Your Heater"). Failure to
maintain your heater may
lead to smoke spillage in
your home.
• The viewing door and
ashpan must be closed
and latched during
operation.
• Never block free airflow
through the open vents of
the unit.
• Do not operate the heater
if the flame becomes dark
& sooty of if the firepot
overfills with pellets. Turn
the MODE SWITCH to
"OFF" and periodically
inspect the heater (see
"Running Your Heater").
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• Allow the heater to cool
before carrying out any
maintenance or cleaning.
Ashes must be disposed
in a metal container with a
tight lid and placed on a
non-combustible surface
well away from the home
or structure.
• This heater is designed
and approved for
pelletized wood fuel only.
Any other type of fuel
burned in this heater will
void the warranty and
safety listing (see page 6
for details).
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• The heater will not operate
during a power outage. If
a power outage does
occur, check the heater
for smoke spillage and
open a window if any
smoke spills into the room.
• This heater must be
connected to a standard
115 V., 60 Hz grounded
electrical outlet. Do not
use an adapter plug or
sever the grounding plug.
Do not route the electrical
cord underneath, in front
of, or over the heater.
• Keep foreign objects out
of the hopper.
• When installed in a mobile
home, the heater must be
bolted to the floor, have
outside air, and NOT BE
INSTALLED IN THE
BEDROOM (Per H.U.D.
requirements). Check
with local building officials.
Mobile
Home
• Disconnect the power
cord before performing
any maintenance.
NOTE:
Turning the Mode Switch
to "OFF" does not
disconnect all power to
the heater.
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• The exhaust system
should be checked twice a
year minimum for any
build-up of soot or
creosote.
• Do not throw this manual
away. This manual has
important operating and
maintenance instructions
that you will need at a later
time. Always follow the
instructions in this manual.
• Do not touch the hot
surfaces of the heater.
Educate all children of the
danger of a hightemperature heater.
Young children should be
supervised when they are
in the same room as the
heater.
• Do not place clothing or
other flammable items on
or near the heater.
Because this heater can
be controlled by a
thermostat there is a
possibility of the heater
turning on and igniting any
items placed on or near it.
• Travis Industries, Inc.
grants no warranty,
implied or stated, for
the installation or
maintenance of your
heater, and assumes
no responsibility of
any consequential
damage(s).
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Specifications
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Heating Specifications:
Approximate Maximum Heating Capacity (in square feet)*.................................800 to 2,250 Sq. Feet
Burn Rate (Pounds per Hour)**.......................................................................1.7 to 5.5
Maximum Burn Time on Low Burn** ................................................................67.5 Hours
Hopper Capacity............................................................................................115 Pounds
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Heating capacity will vary depending on the home's floor plan, degree of insulation, and the outside
temperature. It is also affected by the fuel size, quality, and moisture level.
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Small pellets will increase or decrease the stated burn rates and burn times. Differences of plus or minus 20%
depending on fuel quality may occur.
Dimensions:
Center
33-3/8"
Line
This tab is for
7-1/4"
the scraper
4"
rod tool.
Diameter
Air Inlet
(1-3/4"
Outside
Exhaust
1/2"
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Diameter)
28"
17-5/8"
10-1/2”
26-1/2"
Weight: 250 Lbs.
Electrical Specifications:
Electrical Rating.......................................................................................115 Volts, 3.6 Amps, 60 Hz
Watts During Start-Up Sequence..............................................................400 (approximately)
Watts During Operation............................................................................180 (approximately)
Fuel:
The unit is designed for wood pellets that comply with the standards set by the Association of Pellet Fuel
Industry (density of at least 40 lbs. per cubic foot, 1/4" to 5/16" diameter, length no greater than 1–1/2", 8200
BTU's/lb., moisture under 8% by weight, ash under 1% by weight, and salt under 300 parts per million). If the fuel
does not comply to this standard, the unit may not operate as designed.
N O T E: This heater may use alternative fuel if equipped with the multi-fuel fire pot and properly maintained. See the
publication “Multi-Fuel Pellet Fire Pot” for requirements (available from your Travis Industries, Inc. dealer).
EPA Compliance:
This heater has been tested exempt from EPA Phase II Requirements by OMNI Test Labs.
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Before You Begin
READ THIS ENTIRE MANUAL BEFORE YOU INSTALL AND USE THIS HEATER.
FAILURE TO FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTIONS MAY RESULT IN PROPERTY DAMAGE,
BODILY INJURY, OR EVEN DEATH.
Check with local building officials for any permits required for installation of this pellet heater and notify
your insurance company before proceeding with installation.
Packing List
• Thermostat & Wire
• Scraper Rod Tool
• Brush
• Fuses (2)
Installation Options:
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Residential or Mobile Home (see the section "Mobile Home Requirements")
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Alcove Compatible (see the section "Alcove Installation")
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Horizontal or Vertical Vent
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Outside Air Compatible
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Vent with L-Vent, L-Vent Fireplace Liner, or Type A Chimney (with adapter)
Planning The Installation
HINT:
Have an authorized Travis Industries dealer install this heater. If you install the heater
yourself, have your dealer review your installation plans.
HINT:
Sketch out a detailed plan of the installation including dimensions. Then verify the
dimensions with the requirements listed in this manual.
HINT:
When determining the location of the stove, locate the wall studs (for horizontal
penetrations) and ceiling trusses (for vertical penetrations). You may wish to adjust the
stove position slightly to ensure the vent does not intersect with a framing member.
HINT:
Place the heater outside and load 10 pounds of pellets inside the hopper. Plug the
heater in and let it run on HIGH until the pellets run out. This will cure the paint and burn
off any oil on the steel, eliminating any smell inside the home.
Stove Placement
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Stove must be placed so that no combustibles are within, or can swing within (e.g. drapes,
doors), 36" of the front of the heater.
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If the stove is placed in a location where the ceiling height is less than 7', it must follow the
requirements in the section "Alcove Installation Requirements".
HINT:
REDUCING CLEARANCES - Clearances may be reduced by methods specified in NFPA
211, listed wall shields, pipe shields, or other means approved by local building or fire
officials.
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Heater and floor protection must be installed on a level, secure floor.
Floor Protection Requirements
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The heater must be installed on a non-combustible floor protector extending the full width
and depth of the heater and extending 6" in front (Minimum 28" wide by 32-1/2" deep)
(minimum .018" thick - 26 gauge) .
•
Must extend under and 2" to each side and rear of a "Tee" (if used).
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Clearances - Straight Installation
Through the Wall Installations
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“Tee”
3” Minimum
Floor Protection
Clearances - Corner Installation
6” Minimum
Through the
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Interior Vertical
Vents
Wall Vents
3” Minimum
2”
Minimum
45° Elbow
“Tee”
3”
Minimum
3” Minimum
6” Minimum
6” Minimum
Floor Protection
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3” Minimum
45°
2”
Minimum
9” Minimum
9” Minimum
6” Minimum
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Minimum
If interior vertical pellet vent is used, the clearance to the backwall is determined by the
upward-turning elbow or "Tee". It will vary in depth depending on the brand of pellet vent
used (it is approximately 5"). Before placing the heater, connect the elbow or "Tee" and
measure off the 3" clearance.
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Venting the Pellet Stove
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PELLET VENT MUST MAINTAIN A MINIMUM 3" CLEARANCE TO ANY
COMBUSTIBLE (INSTALL VENT AT CLEARANCES SPECIFIED BY THE
VENT MANUFACTURER).
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DO NOT CONNECT THE PELLET VENT TO A VENT SERVING ANY
OTHER APPLIANCE OR STOVE.
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DO NOT INSTALL A FLUE DAMPER IN THE EXHAUST VENTING SYSTEM
OF THIS UNIT.
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USE AN APPROVED WALL THIMBLE WHEN PASSING THE VENT
THROUGH WALLS AND A CEILING SUPPORT/FIRE STOP SPACER
WHEN PASSING THE VENT THROUGH CEILINGS (MAKE SURE TO
MAINTAIN 3" CLEARANCE TO ANY COMBUSTIBLES.
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No more than one tee and 180° of elbows (one tee with two 90° elbows, one tee with one
90° and two 45° elbows, etc.).
33 Feet
(max.)
Maximum Venting
Distance:
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Vent must have a support
bracket every 5' of pellet vent
when exterior of structure
30 Feet
The vent height and run
must not exceed the
distance shown in the
shaded region shown to the
right.
25 Feet
20 Feet
Venting into this shaded
area may require restrictor
adjustments. See the
section “Restrictor
Adjustment” for details.
15 Feet
10 Feet
NOTE: To achieve optimum
performance, we
recommend keeping the
vent as short as possible
(horizontal run especially).
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Pellet Vent Type
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Must be 4" diameter Type "L"(except for masonry fireplace installations) - or - connect the
vent to a factory built type "A" chimney. All vent joints (including adapters, elbows, etc…)
must be sealed with 500° F. RTV silicone.
Installing the Pellet Vent
Seal each vent section (including
adapters, elbows, etc...) by
injecting a liberal amount of 500°
F. RTV silicone into the gap
between sections.
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Horizontal sections must have a 1/4" rise every 12" of travel.
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Pellet vent connections must be sealed airtight with 500° F. RTV silicone and screwed
together with at least three sheet metal screws.
Pellet Vent Termination (See the illustration below)
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Must have an approved cap (to prevent water from entering) or a 45° downturn.
•
If the termination is located on a windy side of the house, an approved house shield is
recommended to prevent soot from building up on the side of the house.
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Must not be located where it will become plugged by snow or other material.
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Horizontal terminations must protrude 12" from the wall, verticall terminations require 24".
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Minimum 4' clearance below or beside any door or window that opens
Minimum 1’ clearance below or beside any window that does not open.
Minimum 1' clearance above any door or window that opens
Minimum 2' clearance from any adjacent building
Minimum 7' clearance above any grade when adjacent to public walkways
NOTE: Vent may not terminate in covered walkway or breezeway.
Minimum 2' clearance above any grass, plants, or other combustible materials
Minimum 3' clearance from any forced air intake of any other appliance
Minimum 2' clearance below eaves or overhangs
Minimum 1' clearance horizontally from combustible wall
Must be a minimum of 2' above the roof
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Mobile Home Requirements
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Outside air is required (used for
combustion) - see the directions
below.
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The heater must be bolted to the
floor (Some states do not require
this; check with your local building
department). See the illustration
to the right.
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Use the lag bolts (used
to secure the stove to
the pallet) to screw the
pedestal to the floor.
The heater must be grounded to
the steel chassis of the mobile
home (Some states do not require
this; check with your local building
department).
WARNING:
CAUTION:
7/16”
Socket
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DO NOT INSTALL IN
SLEEPING ROOM.
THE STRUCTURAL
INTEGRITY OF THE
MANUFACTURED HOME
FLOOR, WALL, AND
CEILING/ROOF MUST BE
MAINTAINED.
Remove the ash pan
(see page 29).
Outside Air (used for combustion)
Must not be drawn from an enclosed space (garage, unventilated crawl space).
Travis Industries strongly suggests outside air for all residential installations, especially for
those that are energy efficient, air-tight homes.
Must not be over 15'
long.
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Must be made with 1 3/4"
diameter or larger metal
or aluminum duct with a
metal screen attached to
the end to keep out
rodents (P.V.C. or other
combustible materials
may not be used). We
recommend the Travis
Industries Outside Air Kit
(part # 99200136).
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Must not terminate above
or within 1' of the
chimney termination.
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Must have a rain cap or
down-turned elbow to
prevent water from
entering.
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NOTE:
This valve must be open (the rod
Center
Line
stove is in operation.
Air Inlet
(1-3/4"
Seal the area around
Outside
the tube to prevent
Diameter)
air from entering
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Select a location
between framing
members for the
outside air hole.
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Cut a minimum 2" diameter
hole in the wall.
1-3/4" Diameter Flex Duct
Must be located so that it
will not become plugged
by snow or other material.
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Alcove Installation Requirements
When the pellet stove is placed in a location where the ceiling height is less than 7' tall, it is considered
an alcove installation. Because of the reduced height, the requirements listed below must be met.
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Minimum height is 60"
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Maximum depth is 48"
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Minimum width is 46"
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Minimum clearance of 9" on each side and 3" on back
Baffle Installation
Install the baffles included with the stove (see page 29 for details).
Door Seal Verification
The door is aligned prior to leaving the factory. However, shipping and installation may cause the door to
become mis-aligned. Verify the door is correctly aligned and seals properly (see the section "Door Seal"
under Yearly Maintenance).
Restrictor Adjustment
The exhaust restrictor “fine tunes” your appliance, ensuring it pulls the correct amount of air through
the firebox. Altitude, vent configuration, and other factors make restrictor adjustment necessary for
every installation.
NOTE: the optimal restrictor position will vary over time as soot builds up inside the exhaust system –
make sure the homeowner knows how to visually inspect the flame and adjust the restrictor.
Not Enough Air:
If clinkers develop or the flame appears
lazy and slow to blow the ash out of the
firepot, pull the restrictor outward until
the flame becomes active and the
firepot holes remain clean. NOTE: If the
restrictor is fully out (“5”), yet the firepot
does not remain clean, the stove needs
to be cleaned and checked for air leaks
(see “Maintenance” section of this
manual).
Too Much Air:
If the flames are too active (small,
flickering flames) or if burning pellets are
expelled from the firepot, move the
restrictor rod inwards until the flame
slows down and no burning pellets are
expelled. Another symptom of too
much air is the heater “blowing the fire
out” – a condition in which the pellets
burn faster than they are fed (this is most
common on low).
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Installation Example: Direct "Through-the-wall" Installation
Horizontal Rain Cap
Type "L"
Vent
Outside Air
12” Minimum
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House Shield - prevents discoloration to outside of
home - HIGHLY RECOMMENDED
Seal each vent
section (including
3” Minimum
Wall Thimble (note
3” clearance
between vent and
combustibles)
adapters, elbows,
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Floor Protection
6” Minimum
3” Minimum
12”
Minimum
17-5/8”
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Installation Example: Interior Vertical Installation
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3”
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“Tee”
Outside
Air
(optional)
Type "L" Vent
9” Minimum
Floor Protection
6” Minimum
Vertical Cap
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24” Minimum
Roof Flashing
Insulation
must maintain
3” clearance.
Vent must
maintain 3”
clearance to
combustibles.
Ceiling Support / Fire Stop Spacer
“L” Vent
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a ventilated crawl space.
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Installation Example: Freestanding Masonry Chimney
Vertical Cap
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Safety Notice
Read this entire manual (especially the "Safety Precautions" on pages 4 and 5)
before using this stove. Failure to follow the instructions may result in property
damage, bodily injury, or even death.
!
Do not unplug the stove to turn it off. This stove relies upon electricity to push the flue
gases out the pellet vent – unplugging it may lead to smoke entering your room.
!
Failure to maintain your heater will lead to a restricted combustion air system, leading to
poor performance and in some cases, smoke spillage into the room. See the
"Maintenance" section for details.
Location of Controls
Control Panel
Restrictor
The restrictor
adjusts the amount
of air flowing to the
flame.
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Starting the Heater for the First Time
Start the Heater - Let it Burn for 1 Hour - THEN OPEN THE DOOR
The stove paint is cured through heat. To prevent it from bonding to the door gasket, you must burn
the heater for approximately 1 hour, then open and close the door to break any bonding.
Curing the Paint
2 to 4 hours
This stove uses a heat-activated paint that will emit some
fumes while starting the first fire. Open doors and
windows to the room to vent these fumes. You may also
notice oil burning off of the interior of the stove. This
rust-stopping agent will soon dissipate.
Priming the Auger
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Because of its electronic control panel, this stove does not require priming. If you run out of pellets
you may notice it will take approximately 5 minutes longer for the stove to start.
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Loading Pellets
Lift the hopper lid to its vertical position. Pour pellets into the hopper until full. NOTE: The hopper
holds approximately 115 pounds of pellets.
To Close the Hopper Lid:
lift the lid, pull this tab forward,
then lower the lid down.
To Open the Hopper Lid:
These notches allow
lift the hopper lid from this handle.
you to open the hopper
lid to the level you wish.
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Make sure pellets
are not left on this
heat shield.
Warning:
The front edge of the
hopper lid becomes very
hot, do not touch the area
below the handle.
The Two Modes of Operation:
Manual
DISCONNECT POWER BEFORE SERVICE
NOTE: if using a
modulating remote, this
Manual mode requires the user to turn
the heater on and off manually.
Auto (requires a thermostat)
Auto mode allows you to use a
thermostat to control room
temperature. The stove automatically
turns on when the temperature drops
below the thermostat setting. Once the
stove reaches operating temperature,
the stove then runs at the heat output
setting selected.
Switching Modes While in
Operation
Whenever the stove is switched from
one mode to another while in
operation, the stove will enter the "startup" sequence for a minimum of 20
minutes.
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MED
LOW
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AUTO
MANUAL
light will come on to
indicate the remote is
controlling the heater.
These indicator lights
AUGER
are used to determine
FAULT
which mode you are in.
AUTO
OFF
MANUAL
DOWN
MANUAL
Use the mode
switch to
determine the
mode.
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Manual Mode
Manual mode requires the user to turn the
heater on and off manually.
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To Start
Press the "Manual Start" button. That's it. The
stove automatically goes to a medium burn rate
and high fan while the igniter starts the fire
burning within 10 minutes. During this period
the lowest “HEAT OUTPUT” light will flash. If
the stove does not start in 30 minutes, the
stove turns off.
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AUTO
OFF
MANUAL
UP
MANUAL
DOWN
START
UP
MANUAL
DOWN
AUGER
Once up to temperature, the stove will then
run at the heat output setting selected on the
control panel (see “To Adjust the Heat” below).
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To Shut Down
Move the mode switch to "OFF". The exhaust
blower will still run until the heater cools down.
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OFF
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START
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To Adjust the Heat
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Press the "Heat” buttons to adjust the heat
output.
NOTE: During start-up you may adjust the heat
setting. This heat setting will take affect once
the start-up sequence is complete.
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HIGH
MED
LOW
UP
REMOTE
AUTO
MANUAL
AUGER
FAULT
AUTO
OFF
MANUAL
DOWN
MANUAL
These lights
indicate the
heat output
setting.
NOTE: the
lights may
be difficult to
see from an
angle.
START
UP
MANUAL
DOWN
AUGER
Press the
“up” or
“down”
button to
adjust the
heat output.
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Auto Mode
Auto mode allows you to use a thermostat to control room temperature. The stove automatically turns
on when the temperature drops below the thermostat setting. Once the stove reaches operating
temperature, the stove then runs at the heat output setting selected.
To Adjust Room Temperature (or Start the Stove)
Move the thermostat to the heat setting desired. If the room is
cooler than the setting, the stove will go through the start-up
sequence for approximately 10 minutes. During this period the
lowest “HEAT OUTPUT” light will flash. Once up to temperature,
the stove will then run at the heat output setting selected on the
control panel. If the room is too hot, move the thermostat to a
lesser setting.
DISCONNECT POWER BEFORE SERVICE
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To Adjust the Heat
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P
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Press the "Heat” buttons to adjust the heat
output.
HINT:
If you find that the stove turns on and off
repeatedly, you may wish to turn the heat
output to a lesser setting. The lower setting
will provide a more consistent heat output over
time, eliminating the need for the thermostat to
repeatedly turn the stove off.
NOTE:
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HIGH
AUTO
MANUAL
MED
AUGER
LOW
UP
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AUTO
OFF
MANUAL
MANUAL
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If the thermostat calls for heat while the stove is
still cooling down, the stove will go through the
start-up sequence (for a minimum of 20
minutes).
These lights
indicate the
heat output
setting.
NOTE: the
lights may
be difficult to
see from an
angle.
START
UP
MANUAL
DOWN
AUGER
Press the
“up” or
“down”
button to
adjust the
heat output.
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To Shut Down
Move the mode switch to "OFF". The exhaust
blower will still run until the heater cools down.
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UP
AUTO
OFF
MANUAL
DOWN
MANUAL
START
UP
MANUAL
DOWN
AUGER
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Restrictor Adjustment
The exhaust restrictor “fine tunes” your appliance, adjusting the amount of air flowing to the flame.
NOTE: the optimal restrictor position will vary over time as soot builds up inside the exhaust system.
Not Enough Air:
If clinkers develop or the flame
appears lazy and slow to blow the
ash out of the firepot, pull the
restrictor outward until the flame
becomes active and the firepot
holes remain clean. NOTE: If the
restrictor is fully out (“5”), yet the
firepot does not remain clean,
the stove needs to be cleaned
and checked for air leaks (see
“Maintenance” section of this
manual).
Too Much Air:
If the flames are too active (small,
flickering flames) or if burning
pellets are expelled from the
firepot, move the restrictor rod
inwards until the flame slows
down and no burning pellets are
expelled. Another symptom of
too much air is the heater
“blowing the fire out” – a
condition in which the pellets
burn faster than they are fed (this
is most common on low).
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Adjusting the Fan Speed
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AUTO
OFF
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MANUAL
START
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Press the
“up” or
“down”
button to
adjust the
fan speed.
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Start-Up Sequence
This stove utilizes a start-up sequence whenever the mode switch is changed or the heater is started
when cold. This is to ensure proper operation through all possible settings and operational states (hot
or cold, pellets burning or not burning, etc.). This sequence over-rides all user settings (except the
"OFF" position) to set the auger feed rate to medium, the exhaust blower to high, and the igniter on.
During this period the lowest “HEAT OUTPUT” light will flash.
"MANUAL AUGER" Button
This button turns the auger on. It is used to “prime” the auger after the hopper has run out of pellets.
"AUGER ON" Light
This light comes on when the auger is turning. This allows the operator to determine when the auger
is turning.
"FAULT" Light
This light comes on when an error occurs:
DISCONNECT POWER BEFORE SERVICE
•
The stove runs out of pellets
•
During initial start-up (for a split
second) or for improper electrical
frequency
•
A start-up sequence that does not
result in the heater coming up to
temperature
To reset the fault light, turn the mode switch to
off and re-start the stove.
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HIGH
MED
LOW
REMOTE
AUTO
MANUAL
AUGER
FAULT
Fault Codes (for qualified service personnel only)
Fault and #2 (LOW) Light Flash = Flow Switch Fault
Fault and # 4 (MID) Light Flash = System Snap Disk Fault (pellets run out & stove goes cold)
Fault and # 6 (HIGH) Light Flash = Safety Snap Disk Fault
Power Outages
If a sustained power outage occurs while in "Manual", the stove will go to a "cool down" mode to
vacate smoke once power returns. If the power outage was short, the heater will go to the start-up
sequence. If in "Auto", the stove will re-start (if the room is cool).
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Because this stove relies upon a blower to evacuate the smoke, some smoke may enter
the home during a power outage. To keep to a minimum, leave the door closed.
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Daily Maintenance (whenever using the stove)
Inspect the Burn
When burning on high, the
flames should be bright orange
with embers jumping from the
firepot.
NOTE: the optimal restrictor
position will vary over time as soot
builds up inside the exhaust
system. See "Restrictor
Adjustment" for details.
Make Sure Pellets are
Not Piling Up
If the pellets pile up over the burn
pot, turn the mode switch to
"OFF".
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The most likely causes are:
•
Restrictor needs adjustment
(see “Restrictor Adjustment”
in the installation section of
this manual)
•
The door, glass, or ashpan is
open or has an air leak
•
The firepot requires cleaning
•
The exhaust system requires
cleaning
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Daily Maintenance (whenever using the stove) - Continued
Check Firepot for
Clinkers
If the flames seem to be
coming only from the sides,
or are orange/black, turn
the heater off and check for
clinkers.
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The most likely causes are:
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Restrictor needs
adjustment (see
“Restrictor
Adjustment” in the
installation section of
this manual)
•
Poor pellet quality
•
The door or glass has
an air leak
•
The exhaust system
requires cleaning
Cleaning the Firepot
WARNING:
Make sure the heater
has fully cooled
(approximately 25
minutes) before
opening the door and
conducting service.
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To clean the firepot, open
the door (see page 27) and
knock away any debris on
the firepot with a
screwdriver. If severely
clogged, remove the
firepot to gain better
access.
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Door Opening
WARNING: Make sure the heater has fully cooled (approximately 25 minutes) before opening the door.
Phillips
Screwdriver
Bracket (attached to side of
heater)
Pawl
Door Frame
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When securing the door, make sure the
pawl fits over the bracket before tightening.
NOTE: Do not overtighten the pawl.
This can permanently damage the
latch and prematurely wear out the
door gasket.
With the pawl free of the bracket,
the door may be swung open.
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Bi-Weekly Maintenance (or every 10 bags of pellets)
Clean the Heat Exchange Tubes
Open the hopper lid.
WARNING:
The front edge of the
hopper lid becomes very
hot, do not touch the area
below the handle.
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Store the scraper
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it on the hanger on
the back of the
stove.
Heat Exchanger
Cleaning Rod
With the door closed, insert the included
tool into the hole on the heat exchanger
cleaning rod. Move the heat exchange
cleaner up and down several times.
Keep the door closed so the
flyash does not enter the room.
Vacuum Hopper
Run the stove until the pellets run out. Open the hopper and vacuum out the entire hopper. The
dust and any other debris near the bottom should be removed to prevent excessive build-up.
Cleaning the Optional Gold Surfaces (Door and optional Grill)
Fingerprints or other marks left on gold surfaces may become etched in place if they are not wiped
clean prior to turning the stove on. Clean the gold with denatured alcohol and a soft cloth (make sure
the heater is cool). Other cleaners may leave a film that may become etched into the gold.
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Bi-Weekly Maintenance (or every 10 bags of pellets) - Continued
Clean the Baffles
Use both hands to lift each baffle up and forward. Then tilt the baffle downward to remove any flyash
that may have accumulated on top of the baffle.
N O T E: you do not need to remove the baffle from the firebox.
The firebox baffles install on ledges at the top of the firebox. The two tabs (at the
outside back corners) insert into notches at the right and left rear corners of the
firebox walls.
NOTE: The left baffle
is larger than the
right baffle.
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The baffles install on
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firebrick.
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Sweep Ash Into Ashpan
HINT:
The more often you clean out the flyash, the more efficient your heater will burn.
WARNING:
The firebox becomes very hot during operation. Let the stove cool completely before conducting service.
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Lift it up and away from the firebox.
Repeat for the opposite side.
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Swing the side ash trap door up.
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Door
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Lift the firepot out of its holder.
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Slide the ash pan trap door forward to expose the ash
dumps (the door can be removed and cleaned if necessary)
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Brush all flyash into the ash dumps, including
the flyash inside the firepot holder.
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Slide the ash pan trap door forward.
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Bi-Weekly Maintenance (or every 10 bags of pellets) - Continued
Check Ashpan, Dispose if necessary
The ash pan has a built in
handle to ease
transportation of the ashes.
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NOTE:
When replacing the ash pan make
sure it is pushed all the way in.
Disposal of Ashes – Ashes should be placed in a metal container with a tight fitting lid. The closed
container of ashes should be placed on a noncombustible floor or on the ground, well
away from all combustible materials, pending final disposal. If the ashes are disposed of
by burial in soil or otherwise locally dispersed, they should be retained in the closed
container until all cinders have been thoroughly cooled.
Clean the Glass
Open the door and clean the glass with a non-abrasive glass cleaner and rag. This will increase the
amount of light and heat given off by the heater.
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Yearly Maintenance (or every two tons)
WARNING:
Disconnect the power cord prior to conducting service.
The following section details extensive maintenance procedures. We strongly suggest these items
be carried out by a trained service technician, possibly by a service agreement set up with your dealer.
Soot and Flyash: Formation and Need for Removal – The products of combustion will
contain small particles of flyash. The flyash will collect in the exhaust venting system and restrict the
flow of the flue gases. Incomplete combustion, such as occurs during startup, shutdown, or incorrect
operation of the room heater will lead to some soot formation which will collect in the exhaust venting
system. The exhaust venting system should be inspected at least once every year to determine if
cleaning is necessary.
Clean the Vertical Exhaust Duct
(the stove must be cool and unplugged)
Clean the refractory and
the entire area behind it
Remove both
(both sides).
refractory clips.
Remove these doors to
remove fallen flyash and
soot (see “Bi-Weekly
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(the stove must be cool and
unplugged)
Open the hopper lid and remove the two
screws holding the side doors in place.
Phillips
Screwdriver
b
Clean the Convection
Blower
Swing the side panels open.
d
c
(the stove must be cool and
unplugged)
Use a vacuum or bottle
Remove the
brush to remove all
cover plates over
the exhaust duct
(both sides)
The convection
blower inlet can
be vacuumed
out (if needed).
If extensive
cleaning is
needed, it can
be removed for
cleaning.
flyash from the exhaust
duct (if the gasket is
damaged, replace).
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7/16" Nutdriver
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Yearly Maintenance (or every two tons) - Continued
Clean the Exhaust Blower (make sure the stove is cool and unplugged)
a
b
Open the hopper lid
Remove the six screws holding the
exhaust blower motor in place.
and remove the
screw holding the
11/32" Socket
left door in place.
Remove the knob
on the restrictor
rod. Swing the left
side panel open.
Phillips
Screwdriver
c
Pull the motor out (be careful not
to damage the wiring or blades replace gasket if it is damaged).
Exhaust Box
Blower
Blades
Exhaust
Blower
Motor
Housing
Clean the blower blades, blower housing,
d
Restrictor Knob
and exhaust box. You may wish to use a
Clean the Vent (make sure the stove and vent is cool)
Make sure the cap is free of debris
(especially if it has a screen that could
become blocked).
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Check the vent sections for creosote
accumulation (indicating a poorly burning
stove). Accumulation over 1/4” must be
removed.
Flyash will deposit along
sections that are horizontal.
Warning:
On vertically vented systems, the dirtiest
portion is often the point where the vent turns
upwards (i.e. the "Tee"). Fortunately, the "Tee"
has a built-in clean out cover. Remove the
cover and vacuum out. While open, use a
flashlight to look up the pellet vent to check for
build-up.
Whenever any portion of the pellet vent is disconnected, the joints must be sealed with
RTV 500° F. silicone sealant.
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Yearly Maintenance (or every two tons) - Continued
Door Seal
!
•
Air leaks into the firebox will decrease the
stove's performance greatly, leading to
excessive sooting, inefficient burning,
and perhaps a malfunction.
The door gasket must contact the entire
perimeter of the door and create an airtight seal. To verify this, open the door,
hold a dollar bill against the body of the
heater, close the door, and secure the
latch. The dollar bill should be held firmly
in place (check the entire perimeter of the
door. If it is loose or falls out, the door
must be adjusted (see the following
page).
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Correctly Aligned Door
When properly adjusted, the door should be evenly
spaced from the front of the stove (and shut tight,
Door Alignment
Because the door is three-sided, it is
crucial the door is aligned correctly.
We recommend that you open the
hopper lid and look down upon the
door and body of the heater. Use the
illustration to the right to determine
the correct door alignment.
compressing the gasket).
Hinge
Latch
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Note how both corners are evenly spaced.
Latch Too Tight - In the illustration below, the
latch is too tight (this is the most common misalignment). Loosen the latch and tighten the hinge.
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Note how the gasket separates from the body.
Hinge Too Tight - In the illustration below, the
hinge is too tight. Loosen the hinge and tighten
the latch.
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Note how the gasket separates from the body.
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Maintenance
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Adjusting the Door Hinge and Latch
•
The door hinge and door latches may be adjusted to pull the door closer to the body. The
illustration below details how to adjust these components. NOTE: Make sure to read the section
"Door Alignment" on the previous page before adjusting the door.
Open the hopper lid
and remove the two
screws holding the
side doors in place.
Latch Adjustment
Loosen the lock nut and twist
the pawl (clockwise to tighten,
counter-clockwise to loosen).
Tighten the lock nut to secure
in place.
Bracket (attached to side of
heater)
Door
Pawl
Lock Nut
Door Hinge Bracket
Dimple (used to monitor hinge
bracket position)
Hinge Adjustment
(1) With the door closed, loosen the
two bolts going through the door
hinge bracket.
Door
(2) Loosen the four nuts used to
move the hinge adjusting plate.
Tighten or loosen these nuts to
adjust the door hinge bracket. Adjust
the upper and lower nuts equally to
insure the door remains level.
Tighten the four nuts.
Hinge Adjusting Plate
(3) Tighten the two bolts loosened in
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Check for Air Leaks Around the Door, Glass, and Ashpan
!
•
•
•
Air leaks into the firebox will decrease the stove's performance greatly, leading to excessive
sooting, inefficient burning, and perhaps a malfunction.
Inspect the door gasket to make sure it is fully attached. Use stove gasket cement to re-attach if
necessary. If the door gasket is worn or flattened, replace.
If the glass is cracked, replace. The glass is held in place by glass clips that are underneath the
airwash brackets. See the illustration below for details.
Remove the ashpan and inspect the gasket around the perimeter of the ashpan. Re-attach, or
replace the gasket if necessary.
Door Trim
Door
Frame
Door Gasket
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Attachment
Nuts
5/16"
Nutdriver
Glass Clip
Airwash Bracket
Glass (with
channel gasket)
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Door
Gasket
Glass Clips
Airwash Brackets
Replacement Parts
ASH DUMP PLATE, LARGE PS/PI
ASHTRAP DOORS
AUGER BEARING PLT, LOWER, LRG
AUGER BUSHING PLATE, UPPER
AUGER DRIVE COLLAR, 1997 & UP
AUGER FLIGHT INSPECTION COVER
AUGER FLIGHT, 2000+ LRG PEL
AUGER MOTOR STOP, P11-P15
AUGER MOTOR, ALL PS/PI
AUGER SUB-ASS'Y - LARGE PEL
BLOWER, COMB, PELLET
BLOWER, CONV, P2-8/11-15/G1
BRUSH, BROOM STYLE - PELLET
BURNPOT ASSY, FIREPOT
CABLE HANGER CLIP
CNTRL BRD, LG PEL (P13-15)
CORD RESTRAINER
DAMPER PLATE S-ASS'Y - LRG PS
DRAFT (FLOW) SWITCH
DRAFT FLOW TUBING
FIRE-BACK, CAST IRON,
FIREBOX BAFFLE, LEFT
FIREBOX BAFFLE, RIGHT
FUSE HOLDER (IN-LINE)
FUSE, 5AMP, 5 - FOR INLINE
FUSE, 6AMP, 5 - CONTROL BOARD
GASKET CEMENT (WHITE), 4oz.
GASKET, ASHPAN 70" BLK 1/2"x1/8" ADH
Travis Industries
91002022
93005054
91002024
93005093
91002021
210-02702
91002013
93005096
90-0191
91002020
93005535
98900755
100-04301
99300171
100-04310
100-00203
100-00112
221-22089
93005060
99300164
93005059
210-05199
210-05198
100-00210
93-0695
93005019
99900409
99900428
GASKET, DOOR 7/8" x 85" WHITE ROPE
GASKET, GLASS 5/8"x137" BLACK
GLASS, FRONT, P12/14, P13
GLASS, SIDE, P12/14, P13
GROMMET, IGNITOR WIRE BLACK RUBBER
GSKT, CLEAN-OUT CVR, 3.250 x 2.750
GSKT, COMB BLOWER (BODY)
GSKT, COMB BLOWER(MOTOR) 7" dia
GSKT, EXHAUST PLATE 4.25"x4.25"
HANDLE, HOPPER LID
HANDLE, PEL CNTRL BOARD 97
HINGE PLATE ASS'Y
HOSE NIPPLE, BARBED
IGNITER, LG PS/PI
KNOB (PHENOLIC), 3/4" dia
LBL, EXHAUST DAMPER
MAGNET w/OUT SHEATH 1x.75" 1/4" THICK
OIL PAN, COMB BLOWER - LG PEL
POWER CORD, PS/PI
REFRACTORY SIDE CLIP, LEFT
REFRACTORY SIDE CLIP, RIGHT
SCRAPER ROD (P12/13/14)
SNAP-DISC - 120deg CERAMIC NO
SNAP-DISC - 120deg NO # NO
SNAP-DISC - 200deg NC # NC
TOOL, GLASS LATCH/RESTRICT0R
WIRE HRNS, PEL, JUMPER, LRGPELLET
WIRE HRNS, PEL, PS/PI 97 & UPLARGE OR SMALL
4050225
99900431
99900398
91002004
91002005
100-02811
100-03235
100-03206
100-03231
100-03230
100-04312
99300094
91002017
100-04307
99300149
100-04241
112-00505
100-02801
210-03216
93005015
210-03831L
210-03831R
211-01660
100-00232
100-00231
100-00233
100-02302
100-00390
100-00391
100-01154
Normal Operating Sounds
37
Exhaust Blower
This blower may create a
low-pitched hum. This
sound will change as the
HEAT OUTPUT is altered.
Auger Motor
When feeding pellets, you
may hear the intermittent
buzz of this motor running.
Heat Exchanger Tubes
You may hear the heated
air being forced through
these tubes by the
convection fan.
Convection Fan
The modern high efficiency
fan may produce a low
hum, particularly on
"HIGH". This sound will
change as the FAN setting
is changed.
Firepot
As pellets are fed into the
firepot, a light clicking
sound may be heard.
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Safety Label
38
WARNING - DO NOT REMOVE OR COVER THIS LABEL
Listed Pelletized
Solid Fuel Burning Appliance
Also for Use in Mobile Homes
Model: Astoria PS
Report No. 028-S-42-2
Serial No:
Tested to: ASTM E, 1509-95, Room Heater Pellet Burning Type (UM) 84 HUD
Electrical Rating: 115V, 60Hz, 3 Amp; Start 3 Amps, Run 1.5 Amps
Maximum Input Rating: 5.5 lbs (2.5kg)/hr
This pellet fired appliance has been tested and listed for use in manufactured (mobile) homes in accordance
with OAR 814-23-900 through 814-23-909.
WARNING - FOR MANUFACTURED HOMES: Do not install appliance in a sleeping room. Must utilize outside
combustion air inlet (part #99200136) or equivalent. Structural integrity of the manufactured home floor,
ceiling, and walls must be maintained.
Install only in accordance with the manufacturer’s installation and operating instructions. Contact local
building or fire officials about restrictions and installation inspection in your area.
Use only listed 4 in./100 mm diameter listed type “L” or “PL” venting system. See manufacturer’s installation
instructions and local codes for precautions required for passing chimney through a combustible wall or
ceiling. Do not connect this appliance to a vent serving another appliance. Inspect and clean exhaust venting
system frequently in accordance with manufacturer’s instructions.
May be installed in a sleeping room with use of outside combustion air inlet (Part #99200136) or equivalent.
Minimum Clearance to Combustible Materials (Measured to Stove Top)
9”
9”
**
3”
3”
9”
9”
3”
3”
3”
A
H
ADJACENT WALL
C
B
G
H
D
ADJACENT WALL
A
B
C
D
E
BACKWALL
E
RIGHT SIDEWALL
Left Sidewall
Right Sidewall
Backwall
Corner
Flue Vent
Horizontal Through
the Wall Installation
LEFT SIDEWALL
Interior Vertical
Flue Installation
E
D
FLOOR PROTECTOR
Maximum alcove depth 48 in/1220 mm, minimum ceiling height 60 in/1525 mm, minimum alcove width
46 in/1165 mm.
Combustible floor must be protected by a non-combustible material, extending to the front (G) 6 in/150 mm
and to the sides (H) 0 in/0 mm.
EXCEPTIONS: Non-combustible floor protection must extend beneath a vent tee when installed.
** This dimension will vary depending on brand of listed type “L” vent. See manual for details.
For use with 1/4 in/6 mm to 5/16 in/7 mm diameter pelletized wood fuels only.
Replace glass only with 5 mm ceramic glass available from your dealer.
DANGER: Risk of electrical shock. Disconnect power supply before servicing. Route power cord away from
unit. Do not route power cord beneath heater.
Operate only with viewing door and ash removal tray tightly closed. Do not obstruct combustion air openings.
The space beneath heater must not be obstructed. Keep all furnishings away from heater.
Mfg. by TRAVIS INDUSTRIES, INC.
10850 117th Pl N.E.
Kirkland, WA 98033
U.S. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY
This model is exempt from EPA certification under 40 CFR 60.531 by definition
[Wood Heater (A) “Air-to-fuel Ratio”].
2001
2002
2003
Jan
Feb
Mar
Date of Manufacture
Apr
May
Jun
DO NOT REMOVE THIS LABEL
Travis Industries
Jul
Aug
Sep
Oct
MADE IN U.S.A.
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Dec
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Limited 7 Year Warranty
39
To register your TRAVIS INDUSTRIES, INC. 7 Year Warranty, complete the enclosed warranty card and mail it within ten (10) days of the appliance
purchase date to: TRAVIS INDUSTRIES, INC., 4800 Harbour Pointe Blvd. SW, Mukilteo, WA 98275. TRAVIS INDUSTRIES, INC. warrants this gas
appliance (appliance is defined as the equipment manufactured by Travis Industries, Inc.) to be defect-free in material and workmanship to the original
purchaser from the date of purchase as follows:
Check with your dealer in advance for any costs to you when arranging a warranty call.
Mileage or service charges are not covered by this warranty. This charge can vary from store to store.
Years 1 & 2 - COVERAGE: PARTS & LABOR
Accessories
Firebox Assembly:
Ceramic Glass
Firepot, Firepot Holder, Ash Cleanout Doors, Ashbox or Ash
Dump, Cast Fireback, Heat Exchanger Tubes, Exhaust
Manifold, Exhaust Box
Glass (breakage from thermal shock)
Panels, Legs, Pedestal, Gold Trim, Ceramic Log with Log Shelf,
Gold Door (See # 9 below)
Igniter System
Re-Installation Allowance
Door Assembly:
Igniter, Igniter Leads
In cases where heater must be removed from home for repairs, a
partial cost of re-installation is covered (pre-authorization required)
Door Frame, Latch Assembly, Glass Retainers
Electrical System
Auger Assembly
Auger Motor, Convection Blower, Exhaust Blower, Circuit
Board, Snap Disks, Wiring Harness, Vacuum Switch
One-Way Freight Allowance
Auger Flight, Auger Tube, Auger Bushings
Exclusions:
One-way freight allowance on pre-authorized repair done at factory
is covered.
Paint, Gasketing
Years 3 Through 5 - COVERAGE: PARTS & LABOR
Firebox Assembly:
Door Assembly:
Firepot, Firepot Holder, Ash Cleanout Doors, Ashbox or Ash
Dump, Cast Fireback, Heat Exchanger Tubes, Exhaust
Manifold, Exhaust Box
Auger Assembly
Exclusions:
Door Frame, Latch Assembly, Glass Retainers
One-Way Freight Allowance
One-way freight allowance on pre-authorized repair done at
factory is covered.
Auger Flight, Auger Tube, Auger Bushings
Paint, Gasketing, Ceramic Glass, Igniter System, Electrical System, Accessories (panels, legs, pedestal, gold trim, ceramic log, gold
door), Re-Installation Allowance
Years 6 & 7 - COVERAGE: PARTS ONLY
Firebox Assembly:
Door Assembly:
Firepot, Firepot Holder, Ash Cleanout Doors, Ashbox or Ash Dump, Cast
Fireback, Heat Exchanger Tubes, Exhaust Manifold, Exhaust Box
Door Frame, Latch Assembly, Glass Retainers
Exclusions:
Paint, Gasketing, Ceramic Glass, Igniter System, Electrical System, Accessories (panels, legs, pedestal, gold trim, ceramic log, gold
door), Auger Assembly, Re-Installation Allowance, One-Way Freight Allowance, Labor
CONDITIONS & EXCLUSIONS
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
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10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
This new appliance must be installed by a qualified installer. It must be installed, operated, and maintained at all times in accordance with the instructions in
the Owner’s Manual. Any alteration, willful abuse, accident, neglect, or misuse of the product shall nullify this warranty.
This warranty is nontransferable, and is made to the ORIGINAL purchaser, provided that the purchase was made through an authorized Travis dealer.
Discoloration and some minor expansion, contraction, or movement of certain parts and resulting noise, is normal and not a defect and, therefore, not covered
under warranty.
The warranty, as outlined within this document, does not apply to the chimney components or other Non-Travis accessories used in conjunction with the
installation of this product. If in doubt as to the extent of this warranty, contact your authorized Travis retailer before installation.
Travis Industries will not be responsible for inadequate performance caused by environmental conditions such as nearby trees, buildings, roof tops, wind, hills
or mountains or negative pressure or other influences from mechanical systems such as furnaces, fans, clothes dryers, etc.
This Warranty is void if:
a.
The unit has been operated in atmospheres contaminated by chlorine, fluorine or other damaging chemicals.
b.
The unit is subject to submersion in water or prolonged periods of dampness or condensation.
c.
Any damage to the unit, combustion chamber, heat exchanger or other components due to water, or weather damage which is the result of, but not limited
to, improper chimney/venting installation.
Exclusions to this 7 Year Warranty include: injury, loss of use, damage, failure to function due to accident, negligence, misuse, improper installation,
alteration or adjustment of the manufacturer's settings of components, lack of proper and regular maintenance, damage incurred while the appliance is in
transit, alteration, or act of God.
This 7 Year warranty excludes damage caused by normal wear and tear, such as paint discoloration or chipping, worn or torn gasketing, chipped
or cracked firebrick, etc. Also excluded is damage to the unit caused by abuse, improper installation, modification of the unit, or the use of fuel other than that
for which the unit is configured.
Damage to gold or nickel surfaces caused by fingerprints, scratches, melted items, or other external sources left on the gold or nickel from the
use of cleaners other than denatured alcohol is not covered in this warranty.
TRAVIS INDUSTRIES, INC. is free of liability for any damages caused by the appliance, as well as inconvenience expenses and materials. Incidental or
consequential damages are not covered by this warranty. In some states, the exclusion of incidental or consequential damage may not apply.
This warranty does not cover any loss or damage incurred by the use or removal of any component or apparatus to or from the Travis appliance without the
express written permission of TRAVIS INDUSTRIES, INC. and bearing a TRAVIS INDUSTRIES, INC. label of approval.
Any statement or representation of Travis products and their performance contained in Travis advertising, packaging literature, or printed material is not part of
this 7 year warranty.
This warranty is automatically voided if the appliance’s serial number has been removed or altered in any way. If the appliance is used for commercial
purposes, it is excluded from this warranty.
No dealer, distributor, or similar person has the authority to represent or warrant Travis products beyond the terms contained within this warranty. TRAVIS
INDUSTRIES, INC. assumes no liability for such warranties or representations.
Travis Industries will not cover the cost of the removal or re-installation of hearths, facing, mantels, venting or other components.
If for any reason any section of this warranty is declared invalid, the balance of the warranty remains in effect and all other clauses shall remain in effect.
This 7 year warranty is the only warranty supplied by Travis Industries, Inc., the manufacturer of the appliance. All other warranties, whether express or
implied, are hereby expressly disclaimed and purchaser’s recourse is expressly limited to the warranties set forth herein.
IF WARRANTY SERVICE IS NEEDED:
1.
2.
3.
4.
If you discover a problem that you believe is covered by this warranty, you MUST REPORT it to your Travis dealer WITHIN 30 DAYS, giving them proof of purchase, the purchase date, and the
model name and serial number.
Travis Industries has the option of either repairing or replacing the defective component.
If your dealer is unable to repair your appliance’s defect, he may process a warranty claim through TRAVIS INDUSTRIES, INC., including the name of the dealership where you purchased the
appliance, a copy of your receipt showing the date of the appliance’s purchase, and the serial number on your appliance. At that time, you may be asked to ship your appliance, freight charges prepaid,
to TRAVIS INDUSTRIES, INC. TRAVIS INDUSTRIES, INC., at its option, will repair or replace, free of charge, your appliance if it is found to be defective in material or workmanship within the
time frame stated within this 7 year warranty. TRAVIS INDUSTRIES, INC. will return your appliance, freight charges (years 1 to 5) prepaid by TRAVIS INDUSTRIES, INC., to your regional
distributor, or dealership.
Check with your dealer in advance for any costs to you when arranging a warranty call. Mileage or service charges are not covered by this warranty. This charge can vary from store to
store.
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Optional Equipment
40
Thermostat (Part # 99300650)
!
Do not connect 120 VAC
to the thermostat circuit of
this heater (do not use a
household thermostat
used for a wall-board or
other electical heater).
1
2
Attach the thermostat wire to
the circuit board (see the
illustration to the right). Route
the wire through the back of the
heater (away from any hot or
moving components).
Determine a location for the
thermostat that is within range of
the 20' length of thermostat
wire. It should be centralized in
the room and away from the
heater. The wire may be routed
externally on the wall or behind
the wall (preferred).
Attach the quick-connects
to the two posts near the
molex connector on the
circuit board (orientation
does not mater).
Pull the cover off the thermostat
50
60
70
80
90
50 60 70 80 90
3
Follow the directions to the right
to attach the thermostat and
thermostat wires.
Run the thermostat wires
through the wall (cut off excess
wire, leaving 6” of slack).
Robertshaw
Expose 1/2” of wire and
attach to these two posts.
Standard
Screwdriver
Attach the thermostat to
the wall through these
two holes.
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Remote Thermostat
Follow the instructions included with the remote thermostat for installation.
Using the Remote Thermostat
The remote thermostat has a 1 to 2 minute lag time between the time the thermostat is turned up and
the heater turns on. Included with the remote thermostat is a set of instructions that details the
operating characteristics of this optional component.
Pellet Log
(part # 98900126)
!
Make sure the heater has fully cooled before installation.
1
Assemble the log shelf following the directions below.
Left Log Shelf Leg
Right Log Shelf Leg
Nuts
Log Shelf Cross Brace
3/8" Nutdriver
2
Remove the firepot from the pellet stove. Center the log shelf
assembly (with extender attached) over the burnpot holder.
Replace the burnpot. Place the log on the log shelf extender.
When in place, the log should appear as shown in the
photograph to the right.
b Center the log on the log shelf and
push it back so it rests against
these two tabs.
a Place the log shelf assembly so the
back edge contacts the cast firebrick
in the rear of the firebox. Note how
the taper on the assembly matches
the taper on the cast firebrick.
NOTE:
On inserts, the ash box must be
installed before placing the log shelf
assembly.
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Index
42
Adjusting the Fan Speed......................................23
Air Leaks..........................................................36
Alcove Installation Requirements ..........................12
Ashpan (Opening and Disposing Ashes) .................31
AUGER ON Light................................................24
Auto Mode ........................................................22
Bi-Weekly Maintenance (or every 10 bags pellets) ....28
Blower (Exhaust Blower Cleaning) .........................33
Blower Speed Adjustment ....................................23
Cap (Pellet Vent Termination) ...............................10
Check for Air Leaks - Door, Glass and Ashpan .........36
Chimney Retrofit (wood stove) ..............................15
Clean the Exhaust Blower ....................................33
Clean the Exhaust Duct.......................................32
Clean the Glass .................................................31
Clean the Heat Exchange Tubes ...........................28
Clean the Vent...................................................33
Cleaning Ashpan (Opening and Disposing Ashes).....31
Cleaning the Firebox (Sweep Ash Into Ashpan) ........30
Cleaning the Firepot ...........................................26
Cleaning the Hopper (Vacuum Hopper) ...................28
Clearances - Corner Installation ............................8
Clearances - Straight Installation ..........................8
Clinkers (Check Firepot for Clinkers) ......................26
Controls ...........................................................19
Curing the Paint .................................................19
Daily Maintenance (whenever using the stove).........25
Dimensions.......................................................6
Direct "Through the Wall" Installation......................13
Door (cleaning the gold).......................................28
Door (Opening) ..................................................27
Door Gasket (inspection, removal) ........................36
Electrical Specifications......................................6
Emissions (EPA Compliance) ...............................6
EPA Compliance ................................................6
Exhaust Blower (Cleaning) ...................................33
Exhaust Duct (Cleaning)......................................32
Fan (Adjusting the Fan Speed) ..............................23
FAULT Light ......................................................24
Firebox (Cleaning) ..............................................32
Fireplace Installation ..........................................16
Firepot Cleaning.................................................26
Firepot Inspection (Inspect the Burn) .....................25
Flames (Inspect the Burn)....................................25
Floor Protection Requirements..............................7
Fuel.................................................................6
Gasket (door, glass - inspection & removal) ............36
Glass (Cleaning) ................................................31
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Glass Removal.................................................. 36
Gold (cleaning).................................................. 28
Hearth (Floor Protection Requirements).................. 7
Hearth Fireplace ................................................ 16
Heat Exchange Tubes (cleaning) .......................... 28
Heating Specifications........................................ 6
Hopper Cleaning (Vacuum Hopper) ........................ 28
Important Information ......................................... 2
Installation Options............................................ 7
Installation Warnings (Before you Begin) ................ 7
Interior Vertical Vent Installation........................... 14
Introduction...................................................... 2
Listing Label ..................................................... 38
Loading Pellets ................................................. 20
Manual Mode .................................................... 21
Masonry Fireplace ............................................. 16
Mobile Home Requirements.................................. 11
Modes of Operation............................................ 20
Noise (Normal Operating Sounds) ......................... 37
Normal Operating Sounds.................................... 37
Opening the Door............................................... 27
Outside Air ....................................................... 11
Parts List ......................................................... 36
Pellet Vent Termination ....................................... 10
Pellets (Fuel) .................................................... 6
Pellets (loading) ................................................ 20
Pellets Piling Up ................................................ 25
Placing the Stove .............................................. 7
Planning the Installation...................................... 7
Power Outages ................................................. 24
Priming the Auger .............................................. 19
Restrictor Adjustment......................................... 23
Safety Label ..................................................... 38
Safety Precautions ............................................ 4,5
Serial Number Label ........................................... 38
Smell in Home (Starting Heater for the First Time) ..... 19
Start-Up Sequence ............................................ 24
Stove Placement ............................................... 7
Thermostat Operation (Auto Mode)........................ 22
Type A Chimney Retrofit...................................... 15
Vent (Cleaning) ................................................. 33
Vent Type ........................................................ 10
Venting Distance ............................................... 9
Venting the Pellet Stove...................................... 9
Warnings ......................................................... 4, 5
Warranty.......................................................... 39
Yearly Maintenance (or every two tons).................. 32
Zero-Clearance (metal) Fireplace .......................... 17
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