Installation manual | Desa 36WIL Indoor Fireplace User Manual

BAJA II
36” Wood Burning Fireplace
Models: 36WL Circulating (Louvered)
36WIL Circulating (Louvered) Fully Insulated
36WS Non-Circulating (Smooth Face)
36WIS Non-Circulating (Smooth Face) Fully Insulated
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
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This book is valuable. In addition to instructing you on how to install and maintain your appliance, it also contains information that
will enable you to obtain replacement parts or accessory items when needed. Keep it with your other important papers.
This fireplace is approved for use as a wood burning fireplace or for use with a vented gas log approved to ANS Z21.60, Z21.84 or
RGA 2-72 standards or for use with a vent-free gas log heater approved to ANS Z21.11.2 standard. A DESA hood must be installed
when using a vent-free gas log heater (see Accessories, p. 10).
WARNING: ALWAYS LEAVE GLASS DOORS FULLY OPENED
OR FULLY CLOSED WHEN OPERATING THIS FIREPLACE.
ALL DIMENSIONS IN THIS MANUAL ARE IN
INCHES UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED
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CONTENTS
1.
INTRODUCTION
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PG. 2
2.
SELECTING LOCATION
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PG. 2
3.
MINIMUM CLEARANCES
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4.
FRAMING AND INSTALLING
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5.
HEARTH EXTENSION
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6.
OUTSIDE AIR KIT INSTALLATION
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PG. 4
7.
FAN KIT ASSEMBLY
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PG. 4
8.
CHIMNEY PIPE INSTALLATION
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PG. 4,5,6
9.
TERMINATIONS
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10. FINISHING YOUR FIREPLACE
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11. MANTELS
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PG. 7
12. GLASS DOORS
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13. GAS LINE INSTALLATIONS
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PG. 8
14. CHIMNEY OFFSET
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PG. 9
15. DAMPER OPERATION
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PG. 10
16. TECHNICAL SERVICE
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PG. 10
17. REPLACEMENT PARTS AND ACCESORIES ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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This fireplace is intended to be used as a decorative
appliance and is not intended to be used to heat the home.
FOR YOUR SAFETY
Do not store or use gasoline or any other flammable
vapors or liquids in the vicinity of this or any other
appliance.
Due to high temperatures, the appliance should be
located out of traffic and away from furniture and
draperies.
Do not place clothing or other flammable materials on
or near the appliance.
NEVER leave children unattended when a fire is
burning in the fireplace.
This wood burning fireplace complies with UL 127
standard as a FACTORY BUILT FIREPLACE.
SELECTING LOCATION
To determine the safest and most efficient location for the
fireplace, you must take into consideration the following
guidelines:
1. The location must allow for proper clearances (see figures
1 & 2).
2. Consider a location where the fireplace would not be
affected by drafts, air conditioning ducts, windows or
doors.
3. A location that avoids the cutting of joists or roof rafters
will make installation easier.
4. An outside air kit is available with this fireplace. For
more details refer to section on outside air kit installation
on page 3.
WARNING: IMPROPER INSTALLATION, ADJUSTMENT, ALTERATION, SERVICE OR MAINTENANCE
CAN CAUSE INJURY, PROPERTY DAMAGE, OR
LOSS OF LIFE. REFER TO THIS MANUAL FOR
ASSISTANCE OR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION.
CONSULT A QUALIFIED INSTALLER OR LOCAL
DISTRIBUTOR.
MINIMUM CLEARANCES TO COMBUSTIBLES:
• Back and sides of fireplace …………………..3/4” Min.
Note: the ¾ “ clearance is not required at the nailing flanges
• Ceiling to Top of Opening ……………….. 67-7/8” Min.
• Floor* ………………………….…………………0” Min.
*See step 2 of “Installing the Fireplace” below
• Wall to front of Fireplace ……………………….36” Min.
• Perpendicular Wall to Opening of Unit ………...14” Min.
• Top Spacers …………………..…………………..0” Min.
• Mantel Clearances ……………………………see page 7
“Finishing your Fireplace”
• Chimney Outer Pipe Surfaces ……………………1” Min.
CHECK LOCAL CODES BEFORE
INSTALLING THIS FIREPLACE.
INTRODUCTION
BEFORE YOU BEGIN
♦ Before beginning the installation of the fireplace, read
these instructions through, completely.
♦ These DESA components and fireplace are safe when
installed according to this Installation Manual. Unless you
use DESA components, which has been designed and
tested for the fireplace system, you may cause a fire
hazard.
♦ The DESA warranty will be voided by and DESA
disclaims any responsibility for the following actions:
a) Modification of the fireplace, components, doors, blower,
fans, air inlet system and damper control.
b) Use of any component part not manufactured or approved
by DESA in combination with a DESA fireplace system.
WARNING: DO NOT PACK REQUIRED AIR SPACES WITH
INSULATION OR OTHER MATERIALS.
MINIMUM/MAXIMUM CHIMNEY HEIGHT:
The MINIMUM height of the chimney, measured from the
base of the fireplace to the flue gas outlet of the termination, is
11.5 feet for straight flue or a flue with one elbow set. The
maximum distance between elbows is 2 feet. For systems with
2 elbow sets, the MINIMUM height is 22 feet. The maximum
height of any system is 50 feet. This measurement includes the
fireplace, chimney sections and the height of the termination
assembly at the level of the flue gas outlet (see pg. 6, fig. 16).
PROPER INSTALLATION is the most important step in
ensuring safe and continuous operation of the fireplace.
Consult the local building codes as to the particular
requirements concerned with the installation of all factory
built fireplaces. Although grounding may not be required by
code the manufacturer recommends it.
FRAMING AND INSTALLING THE FIREPLACE
STEP 1: Frame the opening for the fireplace using the
dimensions shown in figure 1 or 2.
STEP 2: If the fireplace is to be installed directly on carpeting,
tile (other than ceramic), or any combustible material other
than wood flooring; the fireplace must be installed upon a
metal or wood panel extending the full width and depth of the
fireplace.
STEP 3: Set the fireplace directly in front of this opening and
slide the unit back until the nailing flanges touch the side
framing.
STEP 4: Check the level of the fireplace and shim with sheet
metal if necessary.
WARNING: DO NOT INSTALL A FIREPLACE INSERT
IN THIS BOX UNLESS THE MANUFACTURER’S
INSTRUCTIONS WITH THE INSERT SPECIFICALLY
STATE THIS FIREPLACE HAS BEEN TESTED FOR
USE WITH THE INSERT.
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extension from shifting and seal the gap between the fireplace
frame and hearth extension with a non-combustible material
(see figure 3).
STEP 5: Before securing fireplace to prepared framing, the
ember protector (provided), must be placed between the hearth
extension (not supplied), and under the bottom front edge of
the fireplace to protect against glowing embers falling
through. If the fireplace is to be installed on a raised platform,
a Z-type ember protector (not supplied) must be fabricated to
fit your required platform height. The ember protector should
extend under the fireplace a minimum of 1-½”. The ember
protector should be made of galvanized sheet metal (28ga.
minimum) to prevent corrosion.
STEP 6: Using screws or nails, secure the fireplace to the
framing through flanges located on the sides of the fireplace
(see figure 4).
MODELS 36WS AND 36WIS
STANDARD HEARTH
Figure 3
MODELS 36WL AND 36WIL
STANDARD HEARTH
HEARTH EXTENSIONS
WARNING: HEARTH EXTENSION
INSTALLED ONLY AS ILLUSTRATED.
Figure 1
IS
TO
BE
FRAMING DIMENSION
Figure 4
Figure 2
OPTIONAL OUTSIDE AIR KIT (MODEL AK4 / AK4F)
The installation of an outside air kit should be installed during
the rough framing of the fireplace due to the nature of its
location. Outside combustion air can be accessed through a
vented crawl space (AK4F) or through a sidewall (AK4). See
accessories on page 10 for details.
CORNER INSTALLATIONS
HEARTH EXTENSION:
A hearth extension projecting a minimum of 16” in front of
and a minimum of 8” beyond each side of the fireplace
opening is required to protect combustible floor construction
in front of the fireplace. Fabricate a hearth extension using a
material which meets the following specifications: a layer of
non-combustible, inorganic material having a thermal
conductivity of K=0.84 BTU IN/FT. HR. F (or less) at 1”
thick. [For example, if the material selected has a K factor of
0.25, such as glass fiber, the following formula would apply.
0.25/0.84 x 1.0” = 0.30 thickness required. Thermal
conductivity “K” of materials can be obtained from the
manufacturer or supplier of the non-combustible material.] If
the hearth extension is to be covered, use non-combustible
material such as tile, slate, brick, concrete, metal, glass,
marble, stone etc. Provide a means to prevent the hearth
Figure 5
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ASSEMBLING AND INSTALLING THE DOUBLE
WALL CHIMNEY SYSTEM
FAN KIT ASSEMBLY: VCBK3E
A Fan Kit is optional (for Models W36C & IW36C only) with
this fireplace. Use of blowers or fans other than manufactured
by DESA voids the warranty. Fan is operated by simply
pressing the rocker switch in the lower right corner of the
fireplace face (see figure 6).
NOTE: Fireplace must be wired to the house electrical
system in order for fan to operate. This fan system does not
require a wall switch.
Electrical connections are made through the cover on the side
of the fireplace illustrated in Figure 7. Use 14 AWG copper
wire for all connections. Be certain the fireplace is properly
grounded.
Each double wall chimney section consists of a galvanized
outer pipe, a stainless steel inner flue pipe and a wire spacer.
The pipe sections must be assembled independently as the
chimney is installed. When starting chimney directly to the
fireplace, the inner flue pipe section must be installed first
with the lanced side up. The outer pipe section can then be
installed over the flue pipe section with the hemmed end up.
Press down on each pipe section until the lances securely
engage the hem on the fireplace starter. The wire will assure
the proper spacing between the inner and outer pipe sections.
WARNING: The opening in the collar around the
chimney at the top of the fireplace must not be obstructed.
Never use blown insulation to fill the chimney enclosure.
Continue to assemble chimney sections as outlined above,
making sure that both the inner and outer pipe sections are
locked together. When installing double wall “snap lock”
chimney together, it is important to assure the joint between
the chimney sections is locked. Check by pulling chimney
upward after locking. The chimney will not come apart if
properly locked. It is not necessary to add screws to keep the
chimney together (Exception – see page 5 figure 10).
ON
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FF
Figure 6
INSTRUCTIONS WHEN ELBOW
CHIMNEY IS NEEDED: (30E-8DM)
OFFSET
OF
TO INSTALL ELBOWS
1.
Figure 7
CHIMNEY PIPE
The DESA chimney system consists of 12, 18, 24, 36 and 48
inch, snap-lock double-wall pipe segments, planned for
maximum adaptability to individual site requirements. Actual
lengths gained after fitting overlaps must be taken into
consideration (lineal gain) and are given in the following
chart:
To achieve desired offset, you may install combinations
of 12”, 18”, 24”, 36” and 48” length of double wall pipe
(SEE SINGLE OFFSET CHART, FIGURE 9 & 11).
OFFSET CHART (22-50 FT. SYSTEM HEIGHT)
OFFSET
A
4 - 3/8
9 - 3/4
12 - 3/4
15
18
21 - 1/4
23 - 3/4
27 - 3/4
30
33
36
38 - 1/4
41 - 1/4
45
46 - 3/4
51
53 - 1/4
56 - 1/4
59 - 1/4
61 - 3/4
64 - 3/4
68 - 1/4
70
74 - 1/4
76 - 3/4
79 - 3/4
Figure 8
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RISE
B
16 -3/8
25 - 1/2
30 - 3/4
34 - 3/4
40
46 - 1/4
49 - 1/4
56 - 3/4
60 - 3/4
66
71
75
80 - 1/4
86 - 3/4
89 - 1/2
97
101
106 - 1/4
111 - 1/2
115 - 1/2
120 - 3/4
127
130
137 - 1/2
141 - 1/2
146 - 3/4
CHIMNEY LENGTH
48"
36"
24"
18"
ELBOW SET ONLY
12"
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3.
Chimney weight above offset rests on return elbow.
Straps must be securely nailed to rafters or joists (see
figure 9, details a & b).
Maximum length of pipe between supports (return elbow
or 12S-8DM) is 6’ of angled run. Maximum of two (2) 6’
angled run sections per chimney system (see figure 11).
FIRESTOP SPACERS: (V3600FS-8DM)
Firestop spacers are required at each point where the chimney
penetrates a floor space. Their purpose is to establish and
maintain the required clearance between the chimney and the
combustible materials. When the pipe passes through a
framed opening into a living space above, the firestop must be
placed onto the ceiling from below as shown in figure 12.
Figure 12
PENETRATING THE ROOF:
To maintain a 1-inch clearance to the pipe on a roof with a
pitch, a rectangular opening must be cut.
STEP 1: Determine the center point through which the pipe
will penetrate the roof.
STEP 2: Determine the center point of the roof. Pitch is the
distance the floor drops over a given span, usually 12 inches.
A 6/12 pitch means that the roof drops 6 inches for each 12
inches one measure horizontally down the roof.
STEP 3: Use the roof-opening chart (figure 13) below to
determine the correct opening length and flashing required.
STEP 4: Remove the shingles around the opening measured
and cut out this section.
STEP 5: Add the next sections of the pipe until the end
penetrates the roofline. Check to see that the proper
clearances are maintained. Extend chimney by adding sections
of double wall pipe until pipe is a minimum of 30 inches
above the highest point of the roof cutout. Termination and
chimney must extend a minimum of 36 inches above the
highest point where it passes through roof.
Figure 9
All joints between offset
should be secured with two
screws, only on the outer
pipe, and shall not penetrate
the inner stainless.
Figure 10
PITCH
Figure 11
FLAT
0 - 6/12
6/12 - 12/12
*TYPICAL OFFSET INSTALLATIONS
*For systems with 2 elbow sets, the minimum height is 22 ft.
The maximum height for any system is 50 ft.
SLOPE
(degrees)
0
26.6
45.0
OPENING "A" MAX
(inches)
15
16 - 1/8
20 - 3/8
USE FLASHING
MODEL NO.
V6F-8DM
V6F-8DM
V12F-8DM
Figure 13
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that can be used for flashing or chase and ET-8DM, ETO8DM, ETL-8DM and ETLO-8DM for chase style termination
only. Figure 16 shows an RTL-8DM round top termination.
FLASHING INSTALLATION: (V6F-8DM or V12F-8DM)
Determine the flashing to be used with the roof-opening chart.
Slide flashing over pipe until base is flat against roof. Replace
as many shingles as needed to cover exposed area and flashing
base. Secure in position by nailing through shingles (see
figure 14).
DO NOT NAIL THROUGH FLASHING CONE.
Figure 16
Figure 14
CAUTION: Do not seal openings on the rooftop flashing.
Follow the installation instructions provided with the
termination being used.
INSTALLING FLASHING ON A METAL ROOF:
When installing the flashing on a metal roof it is required that
putty tape be used between the flashing and the roof. The
flashing must be secured to the roof using #8 x ¾” screws and
then sealed with roof coating to prevent leakage through the
screw holes. A roof coating must also be applied around the
perimeter of the flashing to provide a proper seal.
Terminations with 16” slip pipe sections are available. The
RTT-8DM and RTTL-8DM are approved for flashing
installations. When needed, these adjustable terminations may
be used in combination with the pipe assembly to achieve the
correct chimney height.
NOTE: In the rare instance there is a problem with side driven
rain or wind or the chimney is not drafting properly, an ADS8DM Anti Draft Shield can be used with round terminations.
STORM COLLAR INSTALLATION: (SC1 or SC2)
Place storm collar over pipe and slide down until it is snug
against the open edge of the flashing (see figure 15). Use SC1
for all round terminations and SC2 for all terminations with
slip sections.
CHASE INSTALLATIONS:
Instructions for chase installations are included with the chase
style termination chosen. In a multiple chase installation, be
sure to provide adequate distance between terminations to
prevent smoke spillage from one termination to another. We
suggest that terminations be separated at least 24 inches,
center to center and stacked at vertical height difference of 18
inches (see figure 17).
Figure 15
TERMINATIONS / SPARK ARRESTOR:
The fireplace system must be terminated with the listed round
top or chase terminations. In any case, refer to the installation
instructions supplied with the termination. The terminations
approved for this fireplace are the RT-8DM and RTL-8DM
Figure 17
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10 FOOT RULE:
All flue gas outlet of chimney termination must extend a
minimum of 3 feet in height above the highest point where it
passes through the roof and must be at least 2 feet above the
highest point of the roof that is within a horizontal distance of
10 feet (see figure 18).
TOP VIEW OF FIREPLACE
FIREBOX
Minimum 14 inches from perpendicular side wall
Figure 20
*Example 1 (figure 20): The face of a mantel, bookshelf, etc.
is made of combustible materials and protrudes 2-¾” from the
wall the fireplace is installed in. This combustible material
must be a minimum of 4” from the side of the fireplace
opening.
*Example 2 (figure 20): The face of a mantel, bookshelf, etc.
is made of combustible materials and protrudes 11/16” from
the wall the fireplace is installed in. This combustible material
can butt up against the side of the fireplace (i.e. 1” from the
fireplace opening).
Figure 18
FINISHING THE FIREPLACE:
Combustible materials, such as wallboard, gypsum board,
sheet rock, drywall, plywood, etc may make direct contact
with sides and top periphery of the fireplace face. It is
important that combustible materials do not overlap the face
itself. Brick, glass, tile or other non-combustible materials
may overlap the front face provided they do not obstruct
essential openings like louvered slots or any other opening.
When overlapping with a non-combustible facing material use
only non-combustible mortar or adhesive.
MANTELS:
A mantel may be installed if desired (see figure 19).
Woodwork such as wood trims, mantels, or any other
combustible material projecting from the front face must not
be placed within 9 inches of the fireplace opening (and within
6 inches of the top louver opening). Combustible materials
above 9 inches and projecting more than 1-1/2 inches from the
fireplace face must not be placed less than 12 inches from the
top of the opening of the fireplace (NFPA STD 211, Sec. 73.3.3).
Figure 19
MINIMUM SIDE CLEARANCE
OPERATING GUIDELINES AND MAINTENANCE
INSTRUCTIONS
GLASS DOORS
Glass doors are optional with the fireplace. When the fireplace
is in operation, doors must be in the FULLY OPEN or
FULLY CLOSED position only or a fire hazard may be
created (see figure 21).
A fireplace equipped with glass doors operates much
differently than a fireplace with an open front. A fireplace
with glass doors has a limited amount of air for combustion.
Excessive heat within the fireplace can result if too large a fire
is built or if the combustion air gate is not completely open.
The following tips should be followed to assure that both the
fireplace and the glass door retain their beauty and function
properly. Both flue damper and the glass doors must be fully
open before starting the fire. This will provide sufficient
combustion air and maintain safe temperatures in the firebox.
MINIMUM FRONT AND TOP CLEARANCES
Mantels or any other combustible materials such as wallboard,
sheet rock, drywall, plywood, etc. butt up to the side of the
black metal face of the fireplace. The clearances from the side
of the fireplace to any combustible material and wall should
fall within the limits shown in figure 20.
Figure 21
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IMPORTANT: The glass must be allowed to warm slowly
and evenly. The tempered glass will withstand a gradual
temperature rise to 550 degrees Fahrenheit, which is more
than a normal fire will generate. Such materials as pitch/wax
laden logs, very dry mill end lumber, and large amounts of
paper or cardboard boxes can create an excessively hot fire
and should not be burned in this fireplace. Always keep the
fire well back from the doors and never allow flames to
contact the glass.
WARNING: Fireplaces equipped with glass doors should
be operated only with door fully opened or doors fully
closed. Doors, if left partly open, may draw gas and flame
out of the fireplace opening creating risks of both fire and
smoke.
Figure 23
STEP 4: Repack insulation around gas line and into sleeve
opening. Seal any gaps between gas line and refractory
knockout hole with refractory cement or commercial furnace
cement. Install the gas appliance or cap-off gas line if desired.
CLEANING THE GLASS: Clean the glass with any
commercial glass cleaner or soap and water. DO NOT
use any abrasive material to clean the glass. DO NOT
clean the glass with any cool water if the glass is still hot
from the fire.
The gas pipe is intended for connection to an unvented (ventfree) or a decorative gas appliance (vented gas log).
CAUTION: All gas piping and connections must be tested
for leaks after the installation is completed. After ensuring
that the gas valve is on, apply a soap and water solution to
all connections and joints. Bubbles forming show a leak.
Correct all leaks at once. DO NOT USE AN OPEN
FLAME FOR LEAK TESTING AND DO NOT
OPERATE ANY APPLIANCE IF A LEAK IS
DETECTED.
OPTIONAL GAS LINE INSTALLATION
GAS LINE HOOK UP SHOULD BE DONE BY YOUR
SUPPLIER OR A QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSON.
NOTE: BEFORE YOU PROCEED, MAKE SURE YOUR
GAS SUPPLY IS TURNED OFF.
A gas line may be installed for the purpose of installing a
vented or vent-free gas appliance available through your local
distributor. Use only ½ inch black iron pipe and appropriate
fittings. When installing a gas line, a shut-off valve designed
for installation outside the appliance is recommended.
STEP 1: To install, remove the knockout indentation on the
refractory, (or firebrick), wall located approximately 2 inches
above the refractory hearth floor. The knockout indentation
must be firmly tapped with any solid object until it is released.
Remove fragmented portions of refractory (see figure 22).
If you wish to install an unvented (vent-free) gas log set, ONLY
UNVENTED GAS LOG SETS WHICH HAVE BEEN FOUND
TO COMPLY WITH THE STANDARD FOR UNVENTED
ROOM HEATERS, ANSI Z21.11.2, ARE TO BE INSTALLED
IN THIS FIREPLACE.
NOTE: A DESA hood must be installed when using an
unvented gas log set (see accessories on page 10).
WARNING: DO NOT OPERATE AN UNVENTED
GAS LOG SET IN THIS FIREPLACE WITH THE
CHIMNEY REMOVED.
If you install a decorative gas appliance (vented gas log), the
decorative gas appliance must comply with the Standard for
Decorative Gas Appliances for Installation in solid fuel
burning Fireplaces, ANS Z21.60-1996, Z21.84 or RGA 2-72,
and shall also be installed in accordance with the National
Fuel Gas code, ANS Z223.1-1996.
Figure 22
WARNING: If the fireplace has been used for wood
burning, the firebox and chimney must be cleaned of
soot, creosote and ashes by a qualified chimney cleaner.
Creosote will ignite if highly heated.
STEP 2: Remove gas line cover plate on rear of fireplace and
pull out insulation from gas line conduit sleeve. Save
insulation for reuse.
STEP 3: Run a ½ inch black iron gas line into the fireplace
through the gas line conduit sleeve. Provide sufficient gas line
into fireplace chamber for fitting connection (see figure 23).
NOTE: Secure incoming gas line to wood framing to provide
rigidity for threaded end.
WARNING:
WHEN USING A DECORATIVE
VENTED GAS LOG, THE DAMPER MUST BE
REMOVED OR PERMANENTLY LOCKED IN THE
FULLY OPENED POSITION.
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DAMPER OPERATION:
The damper handle to open and close the damper blade is
located inside the firebox at the center towards the back wall.
Pushing the handle back in the keyway slot will free the
damper blade to automatically open. To close, reach in and
push the handle back into the keyhole slot then pull down and
forward to lock it in place (see figure 24).
WARNING: Risk of fire! Replace grate with DESA
model 107001-01 grate only. This grate has been designed
to keep the operation of your fireplace safe and efficient.
FOR FURTHER OPERATING GUIDELINES,
INSTRUCTIONS AND WARRANTY INFORMATION
PLEASE REFER TO YOUR HOMEOWNERS GUIDE OR
CONTACT YOUR AUTHORIZED DEALER.
TECHNICAL SERVICE
You may have further questions about installation, operations,
or troubleshooting. If so, contact The Technical Service
Department at 1-888-427-8322. When calling, have the model
number of the fireplace ready.
Figure 24
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REPLACEMENT PARTS
ACCESSORY PARTS
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