Owner`s manual | Enviro 1200 Fireplace Insert Stove User Manual

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BY: SHERWOOD INDUSTRIES LTD
OWNER’S MANUAL
Models: 1200 & 1700 Freestanding and 1200 & 1700 Fireplace Insert
Contact your local building or fire officials, or the authority having jurisdiction
about restrictions and installation inspection requirements in your area.
PLEASE READ THIS ENTIRE MANUAL BEFORE INSTALLATION AND USE OF THIS WOOD
BURNING ROOM HEATER. FAILURE TO FOLLOW THESE INSTRUCTIONS COULD RESULT
IN PROPERTY DAMAGE, BODILY INJURY OR EVEN DEATH.
Tested &
Listed By
C
O-T L
OMNI-Test Laboratories, Inc,
Beaverton
Oregon USA
This heater meets the U. S. Environmental Protection Agencies
emission limits for wood heaters sold after July 1st, 1988.
Under specific conditions this heater has been shown to deliver
heat at rates ranging from 11,479 to 34,196 BTU per hour for
the 1200 and from 9,425 to 31,780 BTU per hour for the 1700.
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Table of Contents
Safety Precautions.............................................................................................3
Operating Instructions........................................................................................4
Building Your Fire...................................................................................5
Air Control.............................................................................................8
How It Works.........................................................................................9
Specifications..................................................................................................10
1200 Specifications...............................................................................10
1700 Specifications...............................................................................11
Clearances To Combustibles - 1200 Insert...............................................12
Clearances To Combustibles - 1700 Insert...............................................12
Clearances To Combustibles - 1200 Freestanding....................................13
Clearances To Combustibles - 1700 Freestanding....................................14
Dimensions - 1200 Insert......................................................................15
Dimensions - 1700 Insert......................................................................15
Dimensions - 1200 Freestanding............................................................16
Dimensions - 1700 Freestanding............................................................17
Freestanding Side Dimensions For Fan Kit...............................................18
Installation......................................................................................................19
Removal From Pallet.............................................................................19
Pedestal Installation - Freestanding........................................................19
Legs And Ash Pan Installation - Freestanding..........................................20
Installation Of Heat-Efficiency Shield - Freestanding Flat Top....................20
Outside Air Kit......................................................................................21
Recommended Heights For Flue Pipe......................................................21
Chimney Installation Through Wall........................................................22
Installation of a Listed, Factory Built Chimney - Freestanding...................23
Masonry Fireplace Installation - Freestanding..........................................26
Mobile Home Installation - Freestanding.................................................26
Masonry Fireplace Installation - Insert....................................................28
Model 1200 Brick Placement..................................................................30
Model 1700 Brick Placement..................................................................31
Door Installation...................................................................................32
Ceramic Baffle Installation.....................................................................33
Fan Wiring Diagram..............................................................................33
Optional Fan Installation - Freestanding..................................................34
Fan Removal - Insert............................................................................34
Removal Of The Shrouds - Insert...........................................................35
Installation Of The Decorative Plates - Insert..........................................35
Installation Of The Surround Panel - Insert.............................................36
Parts List.........................................................................................................37
Parts Diagram - Freestanding...........................................................................39
Parts Diagram - Pedestals & Legs.....................................................................40
Parts Diagram - Fireplace Insert.......................................................................41
Warranty.........................................................................................................42
Installation Data Sheet.....................................................................................45
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Safety Precautions
FOR SAFE INSTALLATION AND OPERATION OF YOUR “ENVIRO” WOOD
STOVE, PLEASE CAREFULLY READ THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION:
● Please read this entire manual before you install and use your new woodstove. Failure to
follow instructions may result in property damage, bodily injury or even death. Be aware
that local Codes and Regulations may override some items in this manual. Check with your
local inspector.
● If this appliance is not properly installed, operated and maintained, a serious house fire could result.
Do not use any makeshift materials during installation, maintenance, or replacement.
● Never place wood, paper, furniture, drapes or other combustible materials near the stove. Do not let
children or pets touch it when it is hot.
● Operate only with the door and ash pan tightly closed and burn wood directly on the stove floor. Do not
operate if the door glass is broken or a gasket is missing or damaged. Do not alter the combustion air
control valves. Dangerous overfiring could occur which could ignite creosote in the chimney or cause
a house fire.
● At least 12 inches2 (77.4 cm2) of fresh outside air should be admitted into the room or directly to the
stove through a 4 inches (10.16 cm) diameter pipe. It would be dangerous to operate the stove with
the combustion-air inlet closed.
● Do not burn coal or charcoal as there is danger of carbon monoxide being produced. Do not use
chemical fluids to start or re-fresh the fire. Do not burn garbage or flammable fluids such as gasoline,
grease, naphtha or engine oil. Never let the stove become hot enough to get any part red or glowing
red.
● Burning wet, unseasoned wood could cause excessive creosote accumulation. When ignited, it could
cause a chimney fire that could result in a serious house fire.
● Do not use grates, andirons or any other methods to support or raise the fire up off the hearth of the
appliance.
● This appliance is tested to ULC-S627 Standard for Space Heaters for Use with Solid Fuel, ULC-S628
Standard for Fireplace Inserts, & UL 1482 Standard for Safety for Solid-Fuel Type Room Heaters.
IMPORTANT: The following must be done to ensure proper operation. Failure to do so will cause
extreme overheating and possible personal injury or property damage:
• If an outside air supply has not been added to this appliance, please ensure that the 4” inch fresh air
outlet on the back of the pedestal is removed.
• Ensure that the ash dump grate and cover plate are installed over the ash dump hole.
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Operating Instructions
FIRST START
When first installed, the chimney, firebricks and steel are cold and it usually takes several hours on a
fairly high burn for them to become hot and dry enough for the stove to function well. The paint will
smell a little for the first burn or two as it cures. You may wish to open a door or window to eliminate
the smell.
FANS:
All models have been approved for operation with or without the optional fans supplied by the
manufacturer. On medium or high burns, using a fan will increase the heat transfer slightly. Route the
power supply cord along the floor behind the stove where it will remain cool.
DISPOSAL OF ASHES:
If you let the ashes accumulate two or three inches on the floor they tend to burn themselves up. Open
the small trap door located on the floor of the unit. Push the ashes that have accumulated into the hole
were the ashes would drop into the ash pan. Ensure that the trap door is closed properly before relighting
the unit. When necessary, put the ashes in a metal container with a tightly fitting lid. Place the closed
container on a non-combustible floor, well away from combustible materials. If the ashes are to be buried
in soil or otherwise locally dispersed, keep them in a closed container until all cinders have cooled. If your
model has an ash pan, be sure to latch the ash pan tightly when finished. Small amounts of cold wood
ash can be used in the garden or compost.
REPLACING THE GLASS:
Never strike or slam the door, hit the glass or let burning wood rest against it. If the glass cracks when
the fire is burning, do not open the door until the fire is out and do not operate the stove again until the
glass has been replaced. If the glass is damaged in any way, a factory replacement is required (see “PARTS
LIST”). To remove the door, open and lift. To replace the glass, remove the steel retaining clips and all
loose glass. Replace only with Neoceram 5 mm glass 16.61” (422 mm) x 10.63” (270 mm) and wrap the
edges with 0.125” (3.2 mm) x 0.5” (13 mm) self-adhesive fiberglass gasket.
Wear gloves when handling damaged glass door assembly to prevent personal injury. When the glass
door assembly is being transported, it must be wrapped in newsprint and tape and/or a strong plastic bag.
The glass must be purchased from an ENVIRO dealer. No substitute materials are allowed.
CLEANING THE PLATED SURFACES:
Painted faces should be wiped with a damp cloth periodically. If a plated door has been purchased, it
should be unpacked carefully to avoid getting anything on the surface of the finish, including cleaners,
polish and finger prints. It is important to note that fingerprints and other marks can leave a permanent
stain on plated finishes. To avoid this, give the face a quick wipe with denatured alcohol on
a soft cloth BEFORE lighting the fireplace. Never clean the door when it is hot. Do not use other
cleaners as they may leave a residue, which can become permanently etched into the surface.
FIRE EXTINGUISHER AND SMOKE DETECTION:
All homes with a solid fuel burning stove should have at least one fire extinguisher in a central location
known to all in the household and a smoke detection devise in the room containing the stove. If it sounds
the alarm, correct the cause but do not deactivate. You may choose to relocate the smoke detection
devise within the room; DO NOT REMOVE THE SMOKE DETECTOR FROM THE ROOM.
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Operating Instructions
CREOSOTE - ITS FORMATION AND REMOVAL:
When wood is burned slowly, it may produce tar and other vapors that, combined with moisture, form
creosote. These vapors condense in the relatively cooler chimney flue of a slow burning fire and, if
ignited, make an extremely hot fire. Therefore, the smoke pipe and chimney should be inspected biweekly during the heating season to determine if a build-up has occurred. If creosote has accumulated
it should be removed to reduce the risk of a chimney fire.
CHIMNEY OR RUN AWAY FIRE:
1. Call local fire department (or dial 911)
2. Close the draft fully
3. Examine the flue pipes, chimney, attic, and roof of the house, to see if any part has become hot
enough to catch fire. If necessary, spray with fire extinguisher or water from the garden hose.
4. Do not operate the stove again until you are certain the chimney and its lining have not been
damaged.
MAINTENANCE:
At the end of each heating season clean the chimney and the smoke pipe. If soot has accumulated above
the top baffle bricks, remove, clean, and then replace them. If the secondary air tube is badly eroded,
replace it. Replace worn door gaskets and broken bricks as needed.
FAILURE TO INSPECT AND CLEAN YOUR CHIMNEY SYSTEM REGULARLY CAN RESULT IN A
CHIMNEY FIRE, WHICH COULD DAMAGE THE CHIMNEY OR CAUSE A HOUSE FIRE.
BUILDING YOUR FIRE:
Proper operation of your stove will help to ensure safe, efficient heating. Please take a few moments to
review these simple operating procedures.
1. Fuel Selection:
This stove is designed to burn natural wood only. Higher efficiencies and lower emissions generally
result when burning air-dried seasoned hardwoods, as compared to softwoods or to green or freshly cut
hardwoods. DO NOT BURN the following: treated wood, coal, garbage, solvents, colored papers, or trash.
Burning these may result in the release of toxic fumes and may poison or render the catalytic ineffective.
Burning coal, cardboard, or loose paper can produce soot, or large flakes of char or fly ash that can coat
the combustor, causing smoke spillage into the room, and rendering the combustor ineffective.
2. Building/Maintaining a Fire:
a) Open the primary air slide by pulling it all the way to the right.
b) Place a base of crumpled uncolored newspaper in the bottom of the stove. Lay pieces of kindling on
top of the newspaper and light it.
CAUTION: “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 heater while it is in use.
c) As the kindling begins to burn, add several larger pieces of wood until the fire is burning well. At this
point, regular size logs may be added.
NOTE: Until the fire is burning well, leave the air controls fully open.
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Operating Instructions
d) Regulate the heat output of the stove by adjusting the air controls to allow a larger fire and vice versa.
A short period of experimentation with the control settings will allow you to regulate the heat output
to keep your home comfortable.
Do not use a grate or elevate the fire. Build wood fire on the stove firebox hearth floor.
3. Refueling the Stove:
Use a long pair of gloves (barbecue gloves) when feeding the fire because these stoves burn at the front.
They are clean and efficient but they are also very hot and gloves are useful. Keep a small steel shovel
and whisk nearby for moving a log or lifting a fallen ember and for keeping the hearth clean.
a) Before attempting to add fuel to the stove, OPEN the damper control fully by pulling it all the way out.
This allows the chimney to carry away the additional smoke, which occurs when the door is open.
b) DO NOT OVERLOAD THE STOVE. Normally, three or four logs will provide heat for several hours.
Never operate this stove where portions glow red hot.
c) DO NOT OVERFIRE. If the heater or chimney connector glows, you are overfiring.
d) CAUTION: DO NOT PLACE FUEL WITHIN SPACE HEATER INSTALLATION CLEARANCES OR WITHIN
THE SPACE REQUIRED FOR CHARGING AND ASH REMOVAL.
4. For Maximum Efficiency:
When the stove is hot, load it fully to the top of the door opening and burn at medium low settings. When
the fuel is mostly consumed, leaving a bed of red coals, repeat the process. Maximum heat for minimum
fuel occurs when the stove top temperature is between 250 °F (120 °C) and 550 °F (290 °C). The most
likely causes of dirty glass are: not enough fuel to get the stove thoroughly hot, burning green or wet
wood, closing the draft until there is insufficient air for complete combustion, or a weak chimney draw.
Indeed, the cleanness of the glass is a good indicator of the stove operating efficiently.
Helpful Hints Worth Repeating
1. Helpful advice on the correct way to start your fire.
a) You will need small pieces of dry wood, called kindling, and paper. Use only newspaper or paper
that has not been coated or had other materials glued or applied to it. Never use coated (typically
advertising flyers) or coloured paper.
b) Always open the door of the wood stove slowly to prevent suction and drawing smoke into the
room.
c) Crumple several pieces of paper and place them in the center of the firebox and directly onto the
firebricks of the wood stove. Never use a grate to elevate the fire.
d) Place small pieces of dry wood (kindling) over the paper in a “teepee” manner. This allows for good
air circulation, which is critical for good combustion.
e) Light the crumpled paper in 2 or 3 locations. Note: It is important to heat the air in the stovepipe for
draft to start.
f) Fully open the air controls of the wood stove and close the door until it is slightly open, allowing for
much needed air to be introduced into the firebox. Never leave the door fully open, as sparks from
the kindling may fly out of the stove, causing damage or injury. As the fire begins to burn the kindling,
some additional kindling may be needed to sustain the fire. DO NOT add more paper after the fire has
started.
g) Once the kindling has started to burn, add some smaller pieces of seasoned, dry firewood. Note:
Adding large pieces at the early stages will only serve to smother the fire. Continue adding small pieces
of seasoned dry firewood, keeping the door slightly open until each piece starts to ignite. Remember
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Operating Instructions
to always open the door slowly between placing wood into the fire.
h) Once the wood has started to ignite and the smoke has reduced, close the wood stove door fully. The
reduction of smoke is a good indication that the draft in the chimney has started and good combustion
is now possible. Larger pieces of seasoned, dry firewood can now be added when there is sufficient
space in the firebox. Adjust the air control setting to desired setting. Note: The lower the air control
setting, the longer the burn time of your firewood.
2. What type of wood is best to use as firewood?
Both hardwood and softwood burn well in this stove. Both woods contain about 8,000 BTU/lb (18,570
KJ/Kg), but hardwood is generally denser, will weigh more per cord, and burns a little slower and longer.
Cutting firewood so that it will fit horizontally, front to back, makes it easier loading and less likely for
the fuel to roll on the glass. Except for a cold start, there is no need to crisis-cross the logs. Ideal length
for the logs used in the 1200 would be about 16“ (381 mm) but it can burn pieces up to 18” long logs.
Ideal length for the logs used in the 1700 would be about 18“ (381 mm) but it can burn pieces up to 20”
long logs. Burn only dry, seasoned wood. It produces more heat and less soot or creosote. Freshly cut
wood has about 50% moisture. A 10 pound (4.5 Kg) log contains 5 pounds (2.3 Kg) of water. To season
firewood, split and stack it so that air can get to all parts of the wood. Burn beach wood only if its salt
content has been washed away in a season of rain and then the wood dried. To prevent smoke spillage
when refueling, open the door slowly.
3. What does dry, seasoned wood mean?
Wood that has been dried for a period of one year in a well-ventilated and sheltered area would be
considered dry, seasoned wood. Wood from slow-growing trees is generally considered better than wood
from fast-growing trees. To season firewood, split and stack it so that air can get to all parts of the
wood.
4. Will following the above-listed steps for starting a fire mean perfect results every time?
The quick answer is ‘ most of the time’. There are many variables that may affect your success when
starting a fire. Most of those variables and how to deal with them will be learned through experience.
Your ability to start a good fire will significantly increase with time and patience. Some of the reasons for
poor stove performance will be covered in the next section of these instructions.
5. Why can’t I get the fire lit?
Damp or wet wood and poor drafts are the main reasons for poor results in starting a fire. Always use
dry, seasoned wood for your fire. Even wood dried for two years will be difficult to ignite if it has become
wet.
6. Is it normal for soot to cover the glass at the beginning of a fire?
Your stove has been built with an air-wash system that will help keep the glass clear when the firebox
has reached a good operating temperature and has a good draft. Normally a hot stove will keep the glass
clean, but if you must clean the glass, use a soft cloth with no abrasive and clean only when cold. Cold
firebox temperature and poor draft cause sooting of the glass. Once the firebox temperature and the
draft increase, the soot will burn off.
7. What is draft?
Draft is the ability of the chimney to exhaust or draw smoke produced during the normal combustion
process. Too much draft may cause excessive temperatures in the appliance and may damage the
appliance. Inadequate draft may cause backpuffing or “plugging” of the chimney. There is a certain
amount of draft that is required to allow for your stove to function at its’ highest efficiency. A water
column gauge can be used to reference this amount.
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8. What can cause a poor draft?
The most common factors for poor draft are:
a) Air supply
b) Environmental conditions
c) Cold chimney temperature
d) Poor chimney installation and maintenance
e) Atmospheric pressure
a) Air supply – Inside the home, normal household appliances such as clothes dryers and forced-air
furnaces compete for air, resulting in air starvation to the fire. This creates a condition in the house
known as negative pressure. When a house experiences negative pressure, the combustion gases
can be drawn from the chimney and into the house. This condition is commonly referred to as downdrafting. Increased amounts of insulation, vinyl windows, extra caulking in various places and door
seals can all keep heat in but may also make a home too airtight. An easy way to stop negative
pressure in a home is to crack a window in the room containing the stove.
b) Environmental Conditions - High trees, low-lying house location such as in a valley, tall buildings or
structures surrounding your house and windy conditions can cause poor draft or down-drafting.
c) Cold Chimney Temperature - Avoid cold chimney temperatures by burning a hot fire for the first fifteen
to forty minutes, being careful not to over-fire the stove. If any part of the chimney or parts of the
stove start to glow, you are over-firing the stove. Where possible, install a temperature gauge on the
chimney so temperature drops can be seen.
d) Chimney Installation and Maintenance - Avoid using too many elbows or long horizontal runs. Too short
a chimney can cause difficult start-up, dirty glass, back smoking when door is open, and even reduced
heat output. Too tall a chimney may prompt excessive draft, which can result in very short burn times
and excessive heat output. If in doubt, contact a chimney expert and/or chimney manufacturer for
help. Clean chimney, rain caps and especially the spark arrestor regularly, to prevent creosote buildup, which will significantly reduce chimney draw and possibly a chimney fire.
Note: These instructions are intended as an aid and do not supercede any local, provincial or state
requirements. Check with officials or authorities having jurisdiction in your area.
AIR CONTROL:
The air wash and pilot air (control the amount of air to the fire) are controlled by the rod located on the
right side of the unit. To increase your air, pull the rod out and to decrease, push the rod in. All the units
have a secondary air that flows through the tubes at the top of the firebox, just below the baffles.
Pull this control all the way out when first starting the stove.
Once the fire has been established you may adjust this control
to set the burn rate of the fire. If this damper is closed at
first start-up, the fire will burn very slowly and could soot the
appliance.
When shutting down the stove, fully open the air control. This
allows the chimney temperatures to remain as high as possible
for as long as possible. Cold chimney temperatures create
creosote.
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Increase air - pull rod out
Decrease air - push rod in
Figure 1: Air Control Rod.
Operating Instructions
HOW IT WORKS:
Smoke
1/2"
Ceramic baffle;
reflects heat down
to burn up smoke.
Primary air;
window airwash.
Secondary air tubes;
creates a secondary
burn on the particles
in the smoke.
Pilot air.
Dry seasoned wood
Slider plate; used
for air flow control.
Intake air.
Intake air.
Figure 2: 1200 Air Flow Path.
Smoke
1/2"
Ceramic baffle;
reflects heat down
to burn up smoke.
Primary air;
window airwash.
Secondary air tubes;
creates a secondary
burn on the particles
in the smoke.
Pilot air.
Dry seasoned wood
Slider plate; used
for air flow control.
Intake air.
Intake air.
Figure 3: 1700 Air Flow Path.
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Specifications
1200 SPECIFICATIONS:
Table 1: 1200 General Information.
Model
1200 Freestanding
Flat Top
Width x Depth
Step Top
25” x 22 7/16” (635 mm x 570 mm)
Height with pedestal or legs
28 1⁄4”
(718mm)
31 1⁄4”
(794 mm)
Height of body
18 1⁄4”
(464 mm)
21 1⁄4”
(540 mm)
Fire box size
1200 Insert
273⁄4” x 211⁄2”
(705 mm x 546 mm)
191/16”
(484 mm)
16.1” x 18.25” x 11.15”
(409 mm x 464 mm x 283 mm)
(depth x width x height)
1.85 feet3
(0.0526 meter3)
Capacity
800 - 1,500 feet2
(74.3 - 139.4 meter2)
* Approximate heating area
**E.P.A. output rating
11,479 to 34,196 BTU/hour
(3,361 to 10,013 watt)
*Duration on low burn
6 -10 hours
Weight with packaging
E.P.A. Emissions
335 lb
(151.95 Kg)
375 lb
(170.10 Kg)
335 lb
(151.95 Kg)
3.3 grams/hour
(0.116 oz/hour)
Surround Panels
Standard
(width x height)
Oversized
(width x height)
10
461⁄8” x 28”
(1171 mm x 711 mm)
461⁄8” x 331⁄8”
(1171 mm x 843 mm)
Specifications
1700 SPECIFICATIONS:
Table 2: 1700 General Information.
Model
1700 Freestanding
Flat Top
Width x Depth
25” x 26
Step Top
15/16”
(635 mm x 684 mm)
Height with pedestal or legs
28 1⁄4”
(718mm)
31 1⁄4”
(794 mm)
Height of body
18 1⁄4”
(464 mm)
21 1⁄4”
(540 mm)
Fire box size
(depth x width x height)
273⁄4” x 26”
(705 mm x 660 mm)
191/16”
(484 mm)
20.65” x 18.25” x 11.95” (525 mm x 464 mm x 304 mm)
2.5 feet3 (0.0708 meter3)
Capacity
* Approximate heating area
1700 Insert
1,000 - 2,200 feet2 (92.9 - 205.4 meter2)
**E.P.A. output rating
9,425 to 31,780 BTU/hour (2,760 to 9,306 watt)
*Duration on low burn
8 - 12 hours
Weight with packaging
E.P.A. Emissions
390 lb
(176.90 Kg)
420 lb
(190.51 Kg)
390 lb
(176.90 Kg)
4.48 grams/hour (0.158 oz/hour)
Surround Panels
Standard
(width x height)
Oversized
(width x height)
461⁄8” x 28”
(1171 mm x 711 mm)
461⁄8” x 331⁄8”
(1171 mm x 843 mm)
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Specifications
CLEARANCES TO COMBUSTIBLES - 1200 INSERT:
10” (254 mm)
A
Minimum clearance to an unshielded side wall
B
Minimum clearance to an unshielded 8” (203 mm) mantle
C
Minimum top facing (protruding 3⁄4” [19 mm]) clearance
171⁄2” (445 mm)
D
Minimum side facing (protruding 3⁄4” [19 mm]) clearance
1” (25 mm)
E
† From front of unit to edge of floor protection
USA 16” (406 mm)
CND 18” (450 mm)
F
† From side/back of unit to edge of floor protection
USA 6” (152 mm)
CND 8” (200 mm)
21” (533 mm)
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If unit is raised 0” - 2” (0mm-51mm); 1” (25mm) non-combustible material with k value = 0.84 or equivalent.
If unit is raised 2” - 8” (51mm-203mm); 1⁄2” (13mm) non-combustible material with k value = 0.84 or equivalent.
If unit is raised greater than 8” (203 mm) or more; any non-combustible material can be used.
Table 4: 1200 Insert Minimum Fireplace Size.
Masonry
Zero Clearance
Minimum Depth
131⁄2” (343mm)
14” (279mm)
Minimum Width at back of fireplace
223⁄8” (568mm)
23” (584mm)
Minimum Width at front of fireplace
27” (686mm)
271⁄4” (692mm)
Minimum Width at front of fireplace to include shroud
333⁄4” (857mm)
34” (864mm)
Minimum Height
191⁄4” (489mm)
20” (508mm)
CLEARANCES TO COMBUSTIBLES - 1700 INSERT:
A
Minimum clearance to an unshielded side wall
10” (254 mm)
B
Minimum clearance to an unshielded 8” (203 mm) mantle
24” (610 mm)
C
Minimum top facing (protruding 3⁄4” [19 mm]) clearance
191⁄2” (495 mm)
D
Minimum side facing (protruding 3⁄4” [19 mm]) clearance
1” (25 mm)
E
† From front of unit to edge of floor protection
USA 16” (406 mm)
CND 18” (450 mm)
F
† From side of unit to edge of floor protection
USA 6” (152 mm)
CND 8” (200 mm)
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Table 5: 1700 Insert Clearance to Combustibles.
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If unit is raised 0” - 2” (0mm-51mm); 1” (25mm) non-combustible material with k value = 0.84 or equivalent.
If unit is raised 2” - 8” (51mm-203mm); 1⁄2” (13mm) non-combustible material with k value = 0.84 or equivalent.
If unit is raised greater than 8” (203 mm) or more; any non-combustible material can be used.
Table 6: 1700 Insert Minimum Fireplace Size.
Masonry
Minimum Depth
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Zero Clearance
18” (457mm)
181⁄2” (470mm)
Minimum Width at back of fireplace
223⁄8” (568mm)
23” (584mm)
Minimum Width at front of fireplace
27” (686mm)
271⁄4” (692mm)
Minimum Width at front of fireplace to include shroud
333⁄4” (857mm)
34” (864mm)
Minimum Height
191⁄4” (489mm)
20” (508mm)
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Specifications
CLEARANCES TO COMBUSTIBLES - 1200 FREESTANDING:
MAINTAIN THESE MINIMUM CLEARANCES TO UNSHIELDED COMBUSTIBLES*
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Single Wall Pipe
Double Wall Pipe**
Double Wall Pipe
with Heat Shield
(Flat top model only)
Top vent out back
wall with min. 48”
(1220 mm) vertical
rise; double wall
A
From side wall
to side of unit
13”
(330 mm)
13”
(330 mm)
13”
(330 mm)
14”
(356 mm)
B
From rear wall
to back of unit
11”
(279 mm)
10”
(254 mm)
8”
(203 mm)
12”
(305 mm)
C
From adjacent wall
to corner of unit
9”
(229 mm)
8”
(203 mm)
61⁄2”
(165 mm)
D
From side wall
to collar
22”
(559 mm)
22”
(559 mm)
22”
(559 mm)
23”
(584 mm)
E
From rear wall
to collar
14”
(356 mm)
13”
(330 mm)
11”
(279 mm)
15”
(381 mm)
F
From adjacent wall
to collar
19”
(483 mm)
18”
(457 mm)
161⁄2”
(419 mm)
G
† From front of unit
to edge of hearth pad
USA 16” (406 mm)
CND 18” (450 mm)
USA 16” (406 mm)
CND 18” (450 mm)
USA 16” (406 mm)
CND 18” (450 mm)
USA 16” (406 mm)
CND 18” (450 mm)
H
† From side/back of unit
to edge of hearth pad
USA 6” (152 mm)
CND 8” (200 mm)
USA 6” (152 mm)
CND 8” (200 mm)
USA 6” (152 mm)
CND 8” (200 mm)
USA 6” (152 mm)
CND 8” (200 mm)
Alcove (48” [1220 mm] Deep)
I
Total Width
55” (1397 mm)
J
Total Height
78” (1981 mm)
K
Top of stove to ceiling
49” (1245 mm)
L
Side wall to stove
15” (381 mm)
M
Side wall to pipe
24” (610 mm)
N
Back wall to unit
12” (305 mm)
O
Back wall to pipe
15” (381 mm)
CAUTION: An uninsulated smoke pipe must not pass through an attic, roof space, closet or similar concealed
space, or through a floor, ceiling, wall, or partition, or any combustible construction.
† FLOOR PROTECTION: If a stove is installed on a combustible floor, it must have a pedestal attached and be on
a NON-COMBUSTIBLE hearth pad
* ALL CLEARANCES CAN BE REDUCED WITH SHIELDING ACCEPTABLE TO THE LOCAL AUTHORITY.
**DOUBLE WALL:
IN CANADA: Any ULC-S629 listed chimney system with the accompanying listed double wall vent connector.
IN U.S.A.: Any UL 103 HT listed chimney system with the accompanying listed double wall vent connector.
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Specifications
CLEARANCES TO COMBUSTIBLES - 1700 FREESTANDING:
MAINTAIN THESE MINIMUM CLEARANCES TO UNSHIELDED COMBUSTIBLES*
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Single Wall Pipe
Double Wall Pipe**
Double Wall Pipe
with Heat Shield
(Flat top model only)
Top vent out back
wall with min. 48”
(1220 mm) vertical
rise; double wall
A
From side wall
to side of unit
20”
(508 mm)
13”
(330 mm)
13”
(330 mm)
11”
(279 mm)
B
From rear wall
to back of unit
12”
(305 mm)
10”
(254 mm)
7”
(178 mm)
13”
(330 mm)
C
From adjacent wall
to corner of unit
10”
(254 mm)
81⁄2”
(216 mm)
6”
(152 mm)
D
From side wall
to collar
29”
(737 mm)
22”
(559 mm)
22”
(559 mm)
20”
(508 mm)
E
From rear wall
to collar
15”
(381 mm)
13”
(330 mm)
10”
(254 mm)
16”
(406 mm)
F
From adjacent wall
to collar
20”
(508 mm)
181⁄2”
(470 mm)
16”
(406 mm)
G
† From front of unit
to edge of hearth pad
USA 16” (406 mm)
CND 18” (450 mm)
USA 16” (406 mm)
CND 18” (450 mm)
USA 16” (406 mm)
CND 18” (450 mm)
USA 16” (406 mm)
CND 18” (450 mm)
H
† From side/back of unit
to edge of hearth pad
USA 6” (152 mm)
CND 8” (200 mm)
USA 6” (152 mm)
CND 8” (200 mm)
USA 6” (152 mm)
CND 8” (200 mm)
USA 6” (152 mm)
CND 8” (200 mm)
Alcove (48” Deep)
I
Total Width
51” (1295 mm)
J
Total Height
72” (1829 mm)
K
Top of stove to ceiling
44” (1118 mm)
L
Side wall to stove
13” (330 mm)
M
Side wall to pipe
22” (559 mm)
N
Back wall to unit
8” (203 mm)
O
Back wall to pipe
11” (279 mm)
CAUTION: An uninsulated smoke pipe must not pass through an attic, roof space, closet or similar concealed
space, or through a floor, ceiling, wall, or partition, or any combustible construction.
† FLOOR PROTECTION: If a stove is installed on a combustible floor, it must have a pedestal attached and be on
a NON-COMBUSTIBLE hearth pad
* ALL CLEARANCES CAN BE REDUCED WITH SHIELDING ACCEPTABLE TO THE LOCAL AUTHORITY.
**DOUBLE WALL:
IN CANADA: Any ULC-S629 listed chimney system with the accompanying listed double wall vent connector.
IN U.S.A.: Any UL 103 HT listed chimney system with the accompanying listed double wall vent connector.
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Specifications
DIMENSIONS - 1200 INSERT:
461/8"
(1171mm)
337/8"
(860mm)
273/4"
(705mm)
205/16"
(516mm)
Min. 131/4" (337mm)
Max. 1415/16" (380mm)
5"
(127mm)
161/2"
(419mm)
2011/16"
(525mm)
Regular
Surround
2715/16"
(709mm)
Oversized
Surround
333/16"
(709mm)
191/8"
(486mm)
183/8"
(467mm)
191/16"
(484mm)
19"
(482mm)
227/8"
(580mm)
3/16"
(5mm)
Figure 4: 1200 Insert Dimensions.
DIMENSIONS - 1700 INSERT:
461/8"
(1171mm)
337/8"
(860mm)
273/4"
(705mm)
2413/16"
(630mm)
Min. 173/4" (452mm)
Max. 197/16" (495mm)
5"
(127mm)
21"
(533mm)
2011/16"
(525mm)
Regular
Surround
2715/16"
(709mm)
Oversized
Surround
333/16"
(709mm)
191/8"
(486mm)
191/16"
(484mm)
183/8"
(467mm)
231/2"
(596mm)
273/8"
(695mm)
3/16"
(5mm)
Figure 5: 1700 Insert Dimensions.
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Specifications
DIMENSIONS - 1200 FREESTANDING:
22 7/16"
25"
(570mm)
5 15/16"
(635mm)
6 1/16"
16 1/2"
(151mm)
(153mm)
(419mm)
30 1/4"
9 15/16"
(769mm)
(252mm)
15 13/16"
(402mm)
29 15/16"
(760mm)
28 1/4"
20"
(508mm)
3
(718mm)
7/8"
(98mm)
10"
(254mm)
Legs same height
14 3/4"
24 3/8"
(375mm)
26
(619mm)
3/8"
(670mm)
Figure 6: 1200 Freestanding Flat Top Dimensions.
22 7/16"
13
(570mm)
7/16"
25"
(341mm)
(635mm)
5 15/16"
6 1/16"
(151mm)
(153mm)
9 15/16"
(252mm)
32 3/4"
15 13/16"
(402mm)
(831mm)
31 1/4"
(793mm)
10"
(254mm)
Pedestal same height
25 3/16"
18 3/8"
(640mm)
(467mm)
Figure 7: 1200 Freestanding Step Top Dimensions.
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Specifications
DIMENSIONS - 1700 FREESTANDING:
25"
26
(635mm)
15/16"
19 3/8"
(684mm)
5 15/16"
(492mm)
21"
(151mm)
6 1/16"
(534mm)
(153mm)
15 7/8"
9 15/16"
(403mm)
(252mm)
30
1/4"
(769mm)
28 1/4"
(718mm)
10"
(254mm)
Pedestal same height
23 1/16"
(586mm)
24 1/2"
25 15/16"
3 7/8"
(622mm)
(659mm)
(98mm)
Figure 8: 1700 Freestanding Flat Top Dimensions.
26 15/16"
(684mm)
16"
5 15/16"
(151mm)
25"
(635mm)
(406mm)
6 1/16"
(153mm)
32 11/16"
(831mm)
9 15/16"
(252mm)
15 7/8"
(403mm)
31 1/4"
(794mm)
10"
(254mm)
Legs same height
16 3/4"
(426mm)
26 3/8"
(670mm)
24 3/8"
(619mm)
Figure 9: 1700 Freestanding Step Top Dimensions.
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Specifications
FREESTANDING SIDE DIMENSIONS FOR FAN KIT:
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18
Installation
Please read and understand these instructions before installing pedestal or ash pan and leg option.
Failure to follow these instructions carefully could cause personal injury or property damage. All screws
are pre-installed on the base of the unit.
REMOVAL FROM PALLET:
• Remove the bricks from the unit before starting.
• Remove the two (2) carriage bolts (shown in Figure 13)
that secure the unit to the pallet from inside the firebox.
Figure 12:
Rivet.
Note: After the pedestal or legs and ash pan
have been installed but before the bricks are
installed, rivets (Figure 12) must be placed in
the two (2) holes (shown in Figure 13) in the
firebox that carriage bolts came out of. This is
done to make unit burn more efficiently. The
shoulder rivets are found in the manual bag.
Figure 13: Bolts to remove.
PEDESTAL INSTALLATION - FREESTANDING:
• Place the unit on the pallet on its back.
• Slide the pedestal assembly over the bolts
located on the base of the unit using the keyholed slots provided.
• Tighten all four (4) bolts ensuring the pedestal
is properly aligned to the edges of the unit.
• Ensure that the gasket material is properly
sealed before continuing.
• Stand the unit on the pedestal and set the
unit in the location ready for installation.
• If fresh air supply is being supplied from the
bottom of the unit please install the cover
plate supplied to the rear of the pedestal
covering the 4 inch (10 cm) hole.
Note: In seismically active areas, it is
recommended that your unit is secured to the
floor by using the bolt-down holes inside the
pedestal.
Figure 14: Installing Pedestal.
19
Installation
LEGS AND ASH PAN INSTALLATION - FREESTANDING:
• Place the unit on the pallet on its
back.
• Attach pedestal spacer to bottom
of the unit, using the supplied
screws.
• Attach the air channel box to the
front of the pedestal spacer using
two (2) T-20 screws.
• Slide the ash pan assembly over
the bolts, using the key-holed
slots provided, and tighten all four
(4) bolts.
• Carefully remove the cast iron
legs from the packaging and
secure each leg with two (2) bolts
provided.
Figure 15: Installing Legs and Ash Pan Assembly.
• Secure all four (4) legs, push the
leg towards the center of the stove and align the legs with the outer edges of the firebox.
• Stand the unit on the legs and set the unit in the location ready for installation.
INSTALLATION OF HEAT-EFFICIENCY SHIELD - FREESTANDING FLAT TOP:
The heat-efficiency shield is installed to lower the
clearances to combustibles on the flat top freestanding
model.
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1. The unit must be in position for the installation and
with the venting ready to be assembled.
2. Loosen the two (2) top screws on the back of the
unit using a 5/16” socket.
3. Place the heat-efficiency shield on top of unit.
4. Slide chimney connector through the heat-efficiency
shield and over the flue.
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5. Lift the heat-efficiency shield and screw the chimney
connector to the flue.
6. Slide the heat-efficiency shield down and hook the
slot at the back of the shield, around the loosened
screws at the back of the unit.
7. Tighten the two (2) screws at the back.
Figure 16: Installing Heat Shield.
20
Installation
OUTSIDE AIR KIT:
It is manditory to use outside air for installations in mobile homes.
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A 4” (10.2 cm) fresh air adaptor kit is available. This adaptor can be
installed either on the back pedestal or through the floor under the
pedestal. The cover plate must be installed on the unit if your stove is
located in a mobile home or if using outside air from the bottom.
Place the 1⁄4” mesh screen between the fresh air adaptor and the body of
the pedestal (as shown to right).
NOTE: Fresh air connection to the unit must be a non-combustible pipe, Figure 17: Fresh Air Adaptor
example: 4” (10.2 cm) single wall aluminum flex pipe.
onto the Back of the Pedestal.
NOTE: Remove the cover plate on the rear of the pedestal if room air is to be used for combustion air.
RECOMMENDED HEIGHTS FOR FLUE PIPE:
The minimum flue pipe height at sea level is 12 feet (3.7 m) straight up from top of the unit. For every
1000 feet (305 m) above sea level, 4% must be added to the overall height. Use Tables 7, 8, and 9 to
calculate the required vertical rise required.
Elevation
above sea
level
feet
Table 9: Recommended Height for Flue Pipe.
Table 10: Distance to add to
overall vertical height.
Minimum recommended flue pipe height for # of elbows
(Note: No more than 2 offsets (4 elbows) can be used. 2x45°=1x90°
Part used
feet
meters
45° elbow
1.0
0.3
90° elbow
2.0
0.6
“T”
3.0
0.9
1 foot
(0.3m) of
horizontal
run
2.0
0.6
Distance to add
0
2 x 15°
4 x 15°
2 x 30°
4 x 30°
2 x 45°
4 x 45°
0-1000
12.0
12.7
13.3
13.3
14.7
14.0
16.0
1000-2000
12.5
13.2
13.8
13.8
15.3
14.6
16.6
2000-3000
13.0
13.7
14.4
14.4
15.9
15.1
17.3
3000-4000
13.4
14.2
14.9
14.9
16.5
15.7
17.9
4000-5000
13.9
14.7
15.4
15.4
17.1
16.2
18.6
5000-6000
14.4
15.2
16.0
16.0
17.6
16.8
19.2
6000-7000
14.9
15.7
16.5
16.5
18.2
17.4
19.8
7000-8000
15.4
16.3
17.0
17.0
18.8
17.9
20.5
8000-9000
15.8
16.8
17.6
17.6
19.4
18.5
21.1
9000-10000
16.3
17.3
18.1
18.1
20.0
19.0
21.8
sea level with 2
x 30° elbows
13.3 ft (4.1 m)
meters
0
2 x 15°
4 x 15°
2 x 30°
4 x 30°
2 x 45°
4 x 45°
one “T”
3.0 ft (0.9 m)
0-305
3.7
3.9
4.1
4.1
4.5
4.3
4.9
305-610
3.8
4.0
4.2
4.2
4.6
4.4
5.1
11⁄2 ft (0.6 m)
horizontal run
3.0 ft (0.9 m)
610-915
4.0
4.2
4.4
4.4
4.8
4.6
5.3
Total 1
19.3 ft (5.9 m)
915-1220
4.1
4.3
4.6
4.6
5.0
4.8
5.5
1220-1525
4.2
4.5
4.7
4.7
5.2
4.9
5.7
13.9 ft (4.2 m)
1525-1830
4.4
4.6
4.9
4.9
5.4
5.1
5.9
4000-5000 ft
(1220-1525 m)
above sea level
1830-2135
4.5
4.8
5.0
5.0
5.5
5.3
6.0
one “T”
3.0 ft (0.9 m)
2135-2440
4.7
4.9
5.2
5.2
5.7
5.5
6.2
2440-2745
4.8
5.1
5.4
5.4
5.9
5.6
6.4
2 ft (0.6 m)
horizontal run
4.0 ft (1.2 m)
2745-3050
5.0
5.3
5.5
5.5
6.1
5.8
6.6
Total 2
20.9 ft (6.3 m)
Table 11: Examples of calculating
overall vertical height required.
Height
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Installation
CHIMNEY INSTALLATION THROUGH WALL:
Here are four (4) methods of combustible wall chimney connector pass-throughs. Information was provided from NFPA 211.
Minimum chimney clearance to brick
and combustibles 2 inches (50.8 mm)
}
Chimney Flue
Minimum clearance
12 inches (304.8 mm)
of brick
Chimney
connector
Fire clay liner
}
Minimum 12 inches
(304.8 mm) to combustibles
Masonry
chimney
Figure 18: Chimney Through Wall - Method A.
Minimum chimney clearance from masonry to sheet
steel supports and combustibles 2 inches (50.8 mm)
Factory-built
chimney length
}
Non-soluble
retractory
cement
Chimney length
flush with inside
of flue
Chimney
connector
Use chimney
manufacturer’s
parts to attach
connector securely
Chimney
flue
Air space 9 inches
(228.6 mm) minimum
Minimum clearance
9 inches (228.6 mm)
}
Solid-insulated,
listed factory-built
chimney length
Masonry chimney
Sheet steel supports
Method A. 12” (304.8 mm) Clearance to Combustible Wall Member:
Using a minimum thickness 3.5” (89 mm) brick and a 5⁄8” (15.9 mm)
minimum wall thickness clay liner, construct a wall pass-through. The
clay liner must conform to ASTM C315 (Standard Specification for Clay
Fire Linings) or its equivalent. Keep a minimum of 12” (305 mm) of brick
masonry between the clay liner and wall combustibles. The clay liner
shall run from the brick masonry outer surface to the inner surface of the
chimney flue liner but not past the inner surface. Firmly grout or cement
the clay liner in place to the chimney flue liner.
Method B. 9” (229 mm) Clearance to Combustible Wall Member: Using
a 6” (152 mm) inside diameter, factory-built Solid-Pak chimney section
with insulation of 1” (25.4 mm) or more, build a wall pass-through with a
minimum 9” (229 mm) air space between the outer wall of the chimney
length and wall combustibles. Use sheet metal supports, fastened
securely to wall surfaces on all sides, to maintain the 9” (229 mm) air
space. When fastening supports to chimney length, do not penetrate
the chimney liner (the inside wall of the Solid-Pak chimney). The inner
end of the Solid-Pak chimney section shall be flush with the inside of the
masonry chimney flue and sealed with a non-water soluble refractory
cement. Use this cement to also seal to the brick masonry penetration.
Figure 19: Chimney Through Wall - Method B.
Minimum chimney clearance to sheet steel
supports and combustibles 2 inches (50.8 mm)
Two air channels each
1 inch (25.4 mm)
}
Chimney
connector
Minimum 6 inches
(152.4 mm) glass
fiber insulation
}
Two ventilated air channels
each 1 inch (25.4 mm).
Construction of sheet steel
Chimney flue
}
Masonry
chimney
Sheet steel
supportrs
Method C. 6” (152.4 mm) Clearance to Combustible Wall Member:
Starting with a minimum 24 gauge (.024” [0.6 mm]) 6” (152.4 mm)
metal chimney connector and a minimum 24 gauge ventilated wall
thimble which has two air channels of 1” (25.4 mm) each, construct a
wall pass-through. There shall be a minimum 6” (152.4 mm) separation
area containing fiberglass insulation, from the outer surface of the wall
thimble to wall combustibles. Support the wall thimble and cover its
opening with a 24 gauge minimum sheet metal support. Maintain the
6” (152.4 mm) space. There should also be a support sized to fit and
hold the metal chimney connector. See that the supports are fastened
securely to wall surfaces on all sides. Make sure fasteners used to secure
the metal chimney connector do not penetrate chimney flue liner.
Figure 20: Chimney Through Wall - Method C.
Figure 21: Chimney Through Wall - Method D.
Method D. 2” (50.8 mm) Clearance to Combustible Wall Member: Start
with a solid-pak listed factory-built chimney section at least 12” (304 mm)
long, with insulation of 1” (25.4 mm) or more, and an inside diameter of
8” (2” [51 mm] larger than the 6” [152.4 mm] chimney connector). Use
this as a pass-through for a minimum 24 gauge single-wall steel chimney
connector. Keep solid-pak section concentric with and spaced 1” (25.4
mm) off the chimney connector by way of sheet metal support plates
at both ends of chimney section. Cover opening, and support chimney
section on both sides, with 24 gauge minimum sheet metal supports.
See that the supports are fastened securely to wall surfaces on all sides.
Make sure fasteners are used to secure chimney flue liner.
NOTES:
1. Connectors to a masonry chimney, excepting method B, shall extend in one continuous section through the wall pass-through
system and the chimney wall, to but not past the inner flue liner face.
2. A chimney connector shall not pass through an attic or roof space, closet or similar concealed space, or a floor, or ceiling.
22
Installation
INSTALLATION OF A LISTED, FACTORY BUILT CHIMNEY - FREESTANDING:
This is a generic set of instructions; always follow the chimney manufacturer’s instructions
explicitly. Also refer to “RECOMMENDED HEIGHTS FOR FLUE PIPE”.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Set floor protector and stove in location in accordance with the “CLEARANCES TO COMBUSTIBLES - 1200
FREESTANDING” or “CLEARANCES TO COMBUSTIBLES 1700 FREESTANDING”.
2 ft (0.6 m)
Minimum
Roof
Mark the position for the ceiling hole by
Ridge
suspending a plumb bob from the ceiling over
3 ft (0.9 m)
the exact center of your stove flue and mark
Minimum
Within10 ft (3 m)
a spot on the ceiling to indicate the center of
the chimney.
Move this location, if necessary, to avoid
floor joists, ceiling rafters, electrical wiring
and plumbing while still maintaining required
Figure 22: Roof Clearances.
clearances. If floor joists or ceiling rafters must
Rain cap/
be cut they must be made structurally sound
Spark arrestor cap
again. Install chimney according to chimney
Storm Collar
manufacturers instructions. A chimney
connector cannot pass through an attic or roof
Roof flashing
Roof
space, closet or similar concealed space, or a
floor, ceiling, wall or partition of combustible
construction. In Canada, if passage through a
Attic
Insulated chimney
radiation shield
wall or partition of combustible construction
is desired, the installation shall conform to
CAN/CSA-B365 Installation Code for SolidRadiation shield
Fuel Burning Appliances and Equipment and
Ceiling
Ceiling support
NFPA 211 Standard for Chimneys, Fireplaces,
Minimum air space in
Vents, and Solid Fuel-Burning Appliances.
accordance with
Mark the hole for the outside air kit.
chimney manufacturer.
Move the stove out of the way.
Chimney
connector
Cut a pilot hole in the ceiling.
Cut a hole for the ceiling penetration
components and frame in the sides of the
hole in both the ceiling and roof. Check, and
Woodstove
follow chimney manufacturer’s instructions
Optional
for all of these steps.
fan
Install the support box and chimney through
the roof. Install the slip section for the
Pedestal
chimney connector.
Hearthpad
Slip the roof flashing over the chimney and
secure to the roof, being careful to keep the
pipe centered in the opening. To meet the
Floor
air connection
code, the chimney must extend above the roof Outside
through wall or floor
penetration at least 3 feet (91.4 cm), and in
any area within 10 feet (304.8 cm) of the roof
Figure 23: Standard Vertical Installation.
23
Installation
ridge, the chimney must be 2
Rain cap/
Spark arrestor cap
feet (60.9 cm) above the ridge.
Refer to Figure 22.
Storm Collar
Roof radiation
Note: Increasing the chimney
Roof flashing
shield (if required)
height above the roof may
Roof
help your unit to draft better.
Insulated chimney
This greater draft can decrease
problems such as difficult
start-ups, smoke coming out
Minimum
when door is open, and dirty
Ceiling
Minimum air space
18" (475 mm)
in accordance with
glass. You may initially try
chimney manufacturer.
the minimum required height
and if problems do arise, add
Insulated corner
additional height later.
10. Slide the roof flashing over your
Wall support
chimney and seal the flashing
Chimney
connector
to the roof with a roofing
Chase
compound. Secure the roof
(optional)
Optional
flashing to your roof with nails
Woodstove
fan
or screws.
11. Place the storm collar over the
flashing and seal the joints with
Pedestal
Hearthpad
silicone caulking.
12. Fasten the rain cap / spark
arrestor cap to the top of your
chimney.
Floor
Outside air connection
through wall or floor
13. Place the stove back into
position.
Figure 24: Standard Horizontal Installation.
14. Install the chimney connector
pipe with the lower (crimped) edge of the pipe inside the flue collar. Any creosote formed will then run
back down into the stove. All connections must be tight and secured with three sheet metal screws
equally spaced. Double wall pipe is recommended over single wall.
15. Also install an outside air flex pipe to the stove.
IMPORTANT: When a metal prefabricated chimney is used, the manufacturer’s installation instructions
must be followed. You must also purchase and install the ceiling support package or wall pass-through
and “T” section package, firestops (where needed), insulation shield, roof flashing, chimney cap, etc.
Maintain proper clearance to the structure as recommended by the manufacturer. The chimney must be
the required height above the roof or other obstructions for safety and proper draft operation.
Note: If you are using a horizontal connector (refer to Figure 24), the chimney connector
should be as high as possible while still maintaining the 18” (475 mm) minimum
distance from the horizontal connector to the ceiling.
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Installation
MASONRY CHIMNEY INSTALLATION - FREESTANDING:
DO NOT CONNECT THIS UNIT TO A CHIMNEY FLUE SERVING ANOTHER APPLIANCE.
A non-combustible floor protector is required under all freestanding units; refer to “CLEARANCES TO
COMBUSTIBLES - 1200 FREESTANDING” or “CLEARANCES TO COMBUSTIBLES - 1700 FREESTANDING”. When venting into a
masonry chimney, the floor protector must be installed directly below the chimney vent and 2” (50.8 mm)
on either side of the chimney vent.
Vent the stove into a clean, lined, approved masonry chimney in good condition, conforming to local
building codes and meeting the minimum standards of the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA).
Make sure there are no cracks, loose mortar or other signs of deterioration and blockage. Have the
chimney cleaned before the stove is installed and operated, or vent with a listed 6” (150 mm) factorybuilt chimney suitable for use with solid fuels and conforming to ULC-S629 Standard for 650°C factoryBuilt Chimneys in CANADA or UL 103 HT Factory-Built Chimneys for Residential Type and Building Heating
Appliances in the U.S.A. Connect the stove to this chimney with a short and straight 6” (150 mm), 24
gauge or heavier, single-wall black or blued steel smoke pipe. Connection to all masonry chimneys must
be a metal or masonry thimble cemented in place. All smoke pipes must slope upwards, all connections
must be tight and secured with three sheet metal screws equally spaced. The smoke pipe length should
not exceed 40% of the chimney height above the stove.
When connecting the stove through a combustible wall to a masonry chimney, additional steps are required.
Consult the chimney connector manufacturer and
refer to Figure 26.
Termination
cap / kit
All chimneys in Canada must be fully
lined with a 6" (150 mm) stainless
steel liner from the chimney connector
to the top of the chimney.
Chimney thimble; non-combustible (cement
or metal) and must be cemented in place.
Single or listed double
wall chimney connector.
Minimum clearance
single wall 10” (254 mm)
double wall 8” (203 mm)
(double check with
pipe manufacturer)
Wall thimble in
combustible wall
Rigid pipe
Rigid tee
Connector
pipe
Woodstove
Access door
for cleaning
Optional
fan.
Pedestal
Hearth pad.
Outside air connection
through wall or floor.
Floor.
Figure 25: Installation into a masonry chimney.
Hearth
pad
1” (25 mm)
air gap
Floor
Figure 26: Installation into chimney through a
combustible wall.
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Installation
MASONRY FIREPLACE INSTALLATION - FREESTANDING:
Unless you are experienced, we recommend installation by your dealer or a professional
installer.
Many venting manufacturers
have listed kits available to
connect a stove to a masonry
fireplace. Always follow
the vent manufacturer’s
installation instructions.
The existing damper
may have to be removed
to allow installation.
Rain Cap
Chimney
Support and Clamp
Steel Plate or Flashing
Rigid Stainless
Steel Liner
Listed Liner
Stove pipe must
end higher than liner
Damper Removed
or Fastened Open
Flexible Stainless
Steel Section
Stainless Steel
Connector Pipe
Clean-out tee
Clean-out
cover
Masonry Fireplace
Floor Protection
Combustible Floor
Figure 27: Freestanding Installation into existing fireplace.
MOBILE HOME INSTALLATION - FREESTANDING:
SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS: Pedestal models 1200 and 1700 are approved for mobile homes. All
freestanding installation requirements in “Installation Of A Listed, Factory Built Chimney”, must comply
with all local codes that may apply, and the following must be met:
VENTING:
In Canada: Any ULC-S629 listed chimney system with the accompanying double-wall vent connector.
In U.S.A. Any UL-103-HT listed chimney system with the accompanying double-wall vent connector.
Do not connect a listed chimney of one manufacture with a listed double wall connector from another
manufacture.
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Installation
These connectors must be installed in accordance
with the manufacturer’s instructions. Use only
specified components. The chimney and pipe must
extend at least 10 feet (2.4 m) above the stove and
3 feet (0.9 m) above the highest point of the roof.
Install a rain cap with spark arrestor at the top that
will not impede the smoke exhaust. The chimney
must be supported at the ceiling or roof so that its
weight will not sit on the stove. Seal with silicone to
maintain vapor barrier at the chimney and outside
air penetrations.
Spark arrestor cap
Roof flashing
At least
3 feet (914 mm)
Roof
Insulated
chimney
Radiation Shield
Ceiling
Ceiling support
CAUTION: THE STRUCTURAL INTEGRITY
OF THE MOBILE HOME FLOOR, WALL, AND
CEILING/ROOF MUST BE MAINTAINED.
OUTSIDE AIR :
Connection from the stoves air intake to the
outside is mandatory, (MOBILE HOMES ONLY)
either through a hole in the wall not higher than
the stoves bottom or through a hole in the floor
beneath the pedestal, using the fresh air adaptor
provided. If the air intake is through the floor, the
hole in the pedestal back must be closed with the
sheet metal cover provided. Avoid cutting any floor
joists, wall studs, electrical wiring or plumbing.
Seal around the outside air pipe with insulation to
prevent drafts. Also install a 1⁄4” mesh rodent or
pest screen in the end of fresh-air pipe. Fresh-air
connection must be of a non-combustible material,
example: 4” (10.16 cm) flexible aluminum single
wall pipe.
Double wall pipe
Woodstove
Optional
fan
Pedestal
Hearthpad
Outside air connection
through wall or floor
Floor
Bolt stove to floor
Fresh air could also be supplied from a vented Figure 28: Freestanding installation into mobile home.
crawlspace.
The pedestal must be firmly bolted to the floor using two (2) 1⁄4” bolts. Be sure to replace any insulation
or panels removed when fastening the bottom nuts.
If room air starvation occurs because the air intake is blocked with ice, leaves etc. or because the stove
door was left open, or due to a strong exhaust fan operating, dangerous fumes could be sucked into the
room.
IN SOME AREAS IT MAY BE REQUIRED TO ELECTRICALLY GROUND THE STOVE TO THE STEEL CHASSIS
OF THE MOBILE HOME.
When this unit is installed in a Mobile Home it must be grounded to the steel chassis or connected to a
grounding rod.
Manufactured (Mobile) home installation must be in accordance with the Manufactured Home Construction
and Safety Standard, UL 307B, Title 24 CFR, Part 3280 and/or The Standard for Manufactured Home
Installations, ANSI A225.1/NFPA 501A.
WARNING: DO NOT INSTALL IN A MOBILE HOME SLEEPING ROOM.
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Installation
MASONRY FIREPLACE INSTALLATION - INSERT:
Unless you are experienced, we recommend installation by your dealer or a
professional installer.
Rain Cap
Steel Plate or Flashing
Flexible or Rigid 6"
Stainless Steel Liner
Mantel
Install only in a masonry fireplace at least 25” (635
mm) wide, 22” (560 mm) high and 14” (356 mm)
deep with a good-condition chimney at least 15 ft
(4.6 m) high, both of which have been constructed
in accordance with the building code. Be sure the
fireplace and chimney are clean and sound without
any cracks or loose mortar. Do not remove any bricks
or mortar from the fireplace.
Damper Removed
or Fastened Open
Face Plate
If there is a combustible floor in front of the masonry
fireplace, the fireplace insert must be 8” (203 mm)
above the combustible floor, and floor protection must
be provided 18” (457 mm) in front of the fireplace
insert and 8” (203 mm) to each side of the unit.
Sheet Metal Screws
Fastening Collar to
Stainless Steel Liner
1. Remove any fireplace damper or fasten in a
permanent open position.
Top Facing
18"
(457 mm)
Floor
8"
Protection (203 mm)
Masonry Fireplace
It is recommended that you install the
decorative plates (if purchased) into the
shrouds before installing the unit. Refer to
“INSTALLATION OF PODS AND DECORATIVE PLATES INSERT”.
Combustible Floor
2. (IN CANADA) The stove is vented with a 6”
stainless steel liner that goes directly to the top of
the chimney and is covered with a rain cap. The
chimney top is sealed with a flashing or steel plate
that supports the weight of the chimney liner. The
installation must conform to the liner’s manufacturer’s
instructions.
Figure 29: Insert Installation into existing fireplace
with hearth.
This fireplace must be installed with a continuous
liner of 6” diameter (CANADA ONLY) extending
from the fireplace insert to the top of the
chimney. The chimney liner must conform to the
class 3 requirements of ULC-S635 Standard for
Lining Systems for Existing Masonry or FactoryBuilt Chimneys and Vents, or ULC-S640 Standard
for Lining Systems for New Masonry Chimneys.
(IN U.S.A.)The appliance when installed, must
follow local building codes, in the absence of
local building codes, with the current NFPA 211
Standard for Chimneys, Fireplaces, Vents, and
Solid Fuel-Burning Appliances.
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18"
(457 mm)
Floor Protection
Masonry Fireplace
8"
(203 mm)
Combustible Floor
Figure 30: Insert Installation into existing fireplace
without hearth.
Installation
The flue collar is removable for installations
into fireplaces with low openings.
a) Remove the first two (2) front secondary
air tube and ceramic baffles, if installed
(see CERAMIC BAFFLE INSTALLATION).
Flue plate clamp
Hook/bolt
Nut
b) Unscrew the nut on top of the inside
of the firebox, using a 9/16” wrench or
socket (see Figure 31). The flue plate
clamp will slide off the hook/clamp.
c) Pull the hook/bolt and the removable
flue collar off the top of the unit.
Figure 31: Attaching removable flue.
d) Attach the flue collar to the venting pipe using
sheet metal screws.
e) Push the unit into place while trying to keep the
collar attached to venting close to the opening
on the top of the unit.
f) Using the hook/bolt, grab the flue collar by the
rod through the center and pull it into place (see
Figure 32).
g) Slide the flue plate clamp over the end of the
hook/bolt and screw the nut back on to the
hook/bolt.
h) Re-install ceramic baffles and the first two (2)
front secondary air tube (see CERAMIC BAFFLE
INSTALLATION).
3. There are two (2) leveling legs (shown in Figure 33),
one on each side, at the back of the unit. Adjust the
legs using a 9/16” wrench to ensure the unit is stable.
Figure 32: Attaching removable flue.
4. Screw or nail the metal plate provided by the manufacturer to the
inside of the fireplace.
METAL TAG: “THIS FIREPLACE HAS BEEN ALTERED TO ACCOMMODATE
A FIREPLACE INSERT AND SHOULD BE INSPECTED BY A QUALIFIED
PERSON PRIOR TO THE RE-USE AS A CONVENTIONAL FIREPLACE.”
Figure 33: Leveling leg.
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Installation
MODEL 1200 BRICK PLACEMENT:
COMPLETE THE STOVE AND SMOKE PIPE INSTALLATION BEFORE PLACING THESE BRICKS.
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Figure 34: Brick Placement for 1200 shown with Secondary Air Channel and Tubes.
1. Place the three (3) full size bricks along each side of the firebox and one (1) full size brick on either
side of the back of the firebox.
2. To place the floor bricks, lay the two (2) partial bricks along the back of the floor. Then on the left, lay
two (2) full size bricks and on the right, lay a full size brick in the center and the half brick in the front
(for the ash dump). The spaces between the bricks will soon fill with ashes.
When replacing bricks, use only pumas type fire bricks.
TOTAL BRICKS:
11 - Full size bricks
9” long x 4.5” wide x 1.25” thick
(22.9 cm long x 11.4 cm wide x 3.2 cm thick)
2 - Partial bricks
9” long x 3” wide x 1.25” thick
(22.9 cm long x 7.6 cm wide 3.2 cm thick)
1 - Half brick
4.5 “ long x 4.5” wide x 1.25” thick
(11.43 cm long x 11.43 cm wide x 3.175 cm thick)
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Installation
MODEL 1700 BRICK PLACEMENT:
COMPLETE THE STOVE AND SMOKE PIPE INSTALLATION BEFORE PLACING THESE BRICKS.
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Figure 35: Brick Placement for 1700 shown with Secondary Air Channel and Tubes.
1. Place the four (4) full size bricks along each side of the firebox and one (1) full size brick on either
side of the back of the firebox.
2. To place the floor bricks, lay the two (2) partial bricks along the back of the floor. Then on the left, lay
three (3) full size bricks and on the right, lay two (2) full size bricks in the center and the half brick in
the front (for the ash dump). The spaces between the bricks will soon fill with ashes.
When replacing bricks, use only pumas type fire bricks.
TOTAL BRICKS:
15 - Full size bricks
9” long x 4.5” wide x 1.25” thick
(22.9 cm long x 11.4 cm wide x 3.2 cm thick)
2 - Partial bricks
9” long x 3” wide x 1.25” thick
(22.9 cm long x 7.6 cm wide 3.2 cm thick)
1 - Half brick
4.5 “ long x 4.5” wide x 1.25” thick
(11.43 cm long x 11.43 cm wide x 3.175 cm thick)
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Installation
DOOR INSTALLATION:
Please inspect all components for damage. If damage has occurred, please contact the courier company,
dealer, or distributor and have components repaired or replaced before installation. Remove the door
from the packaging. Inspect the door assembly for damage.
1. Install door handle as shown in Figure 36.
Nut
Cast Latch
Washer (x2)
Spring Washer
Furel
Handle
Figure 36: Installation Door Handle
Hardware.
2. Place the door assembly on the two (2) hinge pins
mounted on the body of the unit. Refer to Figure 37.
Figure 37: Installation Door onto Unit.
3. Open and close the door, applying pressure down, to
ensure the door assembly is properly seated on the
hinges. Refer to Figure 38.
4. Please clean all fingerprints
off of all plated surfaces,
with denatured alcohol
on a soft cloth, before
firing the unit each time.
Fingerprints,
etc.,
can
become
permanently
etched into the plating
if not removed before
operating the stove.
Close the door
assembly and turn
the door handle
downwards until
door is tight.
Thread slider damper
handle onto slider
damper control on the
side of the unit.
Figure 38: Closing Door.
DO NOT USE DOOR IF GLASS IS BROKEN.
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Installation
CERAMIC BAFFLE INSTALLATION:
1. Remove the front secondary air tube by placing a screwdriver (any style except flat head) into one of
the air holes and tapping it with a hammer/mallet to the left. Step
1 is only required on the insert models.
2. Slide the right ceramic baffle in over the secondary air tubes at the
top of the firebox. The tab must be on the top and pointing towards
the center and the smooth side is to face down.
Right Ceramic
Baffle
Left Ceramic
Baffle
3. Hook the outside edge of the baffle over the top of the secondary
air chamber. This will make room to for the installation of the left
ceramic baffle.
4. Slide the left ceramic baffle in over the secondary air tubes. The tab
must be on the bottom and pointing towards the center and the
smooth side is to face down.
5. Pull the baffles together in the middle so the right tab rests on top
of the left tab. Ensure the baffles are flush with the back and both Figure 39: Installation of Ceramic
Baffle.
sides of the firebox.
FAN WIRING DIAGRAM:
This appliance, when installed, must be electrically connected and grounded in accordance with local
codes or in the absence of local codes, with the current CSA C22.1 CANADIAN ELECTRICAL CODE. Part
1, SAFETY STANDARDS FOR ELECTRICAL INSTALLATIONS, or THE NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE ANSI
/ NFPA 70 in the USA.
CAUTION Label all wires prior to disconnection when servicing controls. Wiring errors
can cause improper and dangerous operation. Verify proper operation after servicing.
This is a basic wiring diagram for the option
fan installation.
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1) Plug the fan assembly into a three (3)
prong (grounded) receptacle.
2) Turn the fan controller to the desired
setting.
3) Once the unit has reached operating
temperature, the fan temperature sensor
will turn the fan on automatically.
4) When the unit cools down the fan
temperature sensor will shut the fan off
automatically.
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Figure 40: Fan Kit Wiring Diagram.
DO NOT cut or remove the grounding prong from the plug.
DO NOT route the power cord beneath the heater.
WARNING: This appliance is equipped with a three-prong (grounding) plug for your protection against
shock hazard and should be plugged into a properly grounded three-prong receptacle.
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Installation
OPTIONAL FAN INSTALLATION - FREESTANDING:
Refer to FAN WIRING DIAGRAM before installing your optional fan
kit.
1. Remove the fan assembly from the box and inspect for any
damage to the assembly. If damage is noticed call your
dealer, distributor or courier company and have components
replaced before installing kit.
2. Remove the knock out at the bottom of the back panel of the
appliance by using a flat head screwdriver as a lever, hook
the tip of the screwdriver under the panel beside the tabs and
push the panel out.
3. Install two (2) T-20 screws into the top two (2) holes. Place
the blower assembly over these two (2) screws.
4. Ensure the temperature sensor will touch the unit when
mounted. If it does not touch, adjust the sensor so it does.
Tighten the two (2) top screws and install the two (2) bottom
screws and tighten.
Figure 41: Back View of Freestanding
Unit with Fan Kit.
5. Plug the fan assembly in and check for proper operation.
FAN REMOVAL - INSERT:
The fan kit is pre-installed into the left shroud that
comes with your unit. If a decorative set of shroud
plates is purchased, the fan assembly must be
removed from the shroud to installed the decorative
plates (refer to “REMOVAL OF THE SHROUDS - INSERT”).
1) Disconnect all electrical connections for the fan
kit.
2) Remove the four (4) T-20 screws that hold the
fan mounting plate to the shroud. If the fan
needs to be removed from its mounting plate,
use a 1⁄4” socket and wrench to remove the six
(6) bolts holding the fan housing to the plate.
3) Remove the fan control knob and nut from the
front of the shroud and pull the controls out the
back.
4) Slide the plug out the front of the pod.
5) Install the fan kit into the new shroud by
following steps 1 through 4 in reverse order.
Refer to FAN WIRING DIAGRAM to ensure the fan is
reconnected properly.
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Figure 42: Insert Unit with Fan.
Installation
REMOVAL OF THE SHROUDS - INSERT:
1. If the surround panel is installed, remove it by lifting the
panel straight up then out.
2. For the right shroud, twist the handle on the air control
clockwise to remove it from the rod.
3. Pull unit forward a few inches, if possible.
4. The shrouds can be removed one of two ways:
a. For the first method, pull the inside edge of the shroud
straight out, approximately 3⁄4” (2cm), in order to unhook
the shroud from unit. Pull the shroud out through the
side.
b. For the second method (recommended for the right
shroud), remove the two (2) T-20 screws that hold the
shroud to the unit (shown in Figure 43). Pull the shroud
out through the side.
Figure 43: Removal of right pod.
5. To install the shroud, follow steps 1 through 4 in reverse
order. Ensure the shrouds are hooked behind both screws on
either side.
INSTALLATION OF THE DECORATIVE PLATES - INSERT:
1. Remove the shroud from the unit (refer to “REMOVAL OF THE SHROUDS INSERT”)
2. Remove the fan from the left shroud (refer to ”FAN REMOVAL - INSERT”)
3. Unfasten the two (2) nuts that secure the plate to the shroud. The nuts
should only be hand-tightened but a 5/16” wrench may be required.
4. Remove the old plate and replace with a new decorative plate.
5. Hand-tighten the two (2) nuts back into place.
6. Re-install the fan into the left shroud.
7. Re-install the shrouds onto the unit.
Figure 44: Changing
decorative plate.
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Installation
INSTALLATION OF THE SURROUND PANEL - INSERT:
The trim set for your surround panel must be installed before installing the surround panel onto the unit,
if not already done.
1. Remove the backing off the magnets and stick them inside the trim pieces as shown in Figure 45.
Magnetic Strips
Figure 45: Magnet placement on trim.
2. Attach one side trim to the top trim,
using a corner bracket (see Figure
46) to secure pieces together. There
are two (2) main pieces to each
corner bracket (see Figure 47). When
installing the corner pieces into the
trim, the “B FACE” sides must face
each other and the screw heads are to
face out. With the bracket in place and
the top and a side trim snug together,
use a flat head screwdriver to turn
the two (2) screws in the bracket to
tighten it into the trim.
3. Slide the two (2) attached trim pieces
onto the surround panel.
4. Attach the other side trim piece to the
top trim, using the same method used
in Step 1.
5. Place the second side of the trim
on the surround panel in the same
manner used on the first side and
secure in the same manner.
Surround
Panel
Figure 46: Corner brackets for trim.
#8 screw
Side
Trim
Figure 47: Two pieces of
corner bracket.
6. On the side trims, there are holes 2”
(50 mm) from either end. Use a Phillips
screwdriver to place a #8 screw 11⁄4”
long in each hole and tighten (refer to
Figure 48). This will keep the trim tight
against the surround.
There are two (2) hooks on either side
of the inside of the panel. Line up the
openings on the hooks with the screws
Surround Panel
on the outside of either shroud (see
Figure 48: Screw to hold Figure 49). Push the surround in and
push it down into place.
the trim against the
surround.
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Figure 49: Installation of Panel.
Parts List
Referance
Number
1
2
3
4
5
5
5
6
7
8
8
9
9
10
10
10
11
12
12
12
13
14
14
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
Description
120 ºF (49 ºC) Ceramic Fan Temperature Sensor
Domestic power cord - 115V
Convection Blower - 115V (Freestanding)
Fan Controller with Knob - 115V
Door Gasket - 7 feet (2.13m)
Fresh Air Kit
One Leg - Painted
One Leg - Gold
One leg - nickel
Freestanding Fan Kit
Glass with Tape
Damper Handle Spring - Brass
Damper Handle Spring - Nickel
Door Handle Spring - Brass
Door Handle Spring - Nickel
1200 Leg Kit with ash drawer - Nickel
1200 Leg Kit with ash drawer - Gold
1200 Leg Kit with ash drawer - Painted
1200 Freestanding Pedestal - Painted
1700 Leg Kit with ash drawer - Nickel
1700 Leg Kit with ash drawer - Gold
1700 Leg Kit with ash drawer - Painted
1700 Freestanding Pedestal - Painted
Door - Painted
Door - Gold
Door - Nickel
Owner’s Manual
Heat Efficiency Shield
1200 & 1700 Front Secondary Air Tube A
1700 Rear Secondary Air Tube C
1700 Middle Secondary Air Tube B
1200 Rear Secondary Air Tube E
1200 Middle Secondary Air Tube D
Pumice Bricks - 3” X 9” (76mm x 229mm)
Pumice Bricks - 41⁄2” X 9” (114mm x 229mm)
Pumice Bricks - 41⁄2” X 41⁄2” (114mm x 114mm)
1200 & 1700 Ash Dump Cover
Part Number
EC-001
EC-042
EC-069
EF-045
EF-168
EF-186
EFW-253
EFW-254
EFW-255
EFW-261
10-000
EF-191
10-005
10-006
10-007
50-979
50-980
50-981
50-982
50-983
50-984
50-985
50-986
50-987
50-988
50-989
50-1040
50-1088
50-1099
50-1100
50-1101
50-1102
50-1103
50-1104
50-1105
50-1106
50-1120
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Parts List
Referance
Number
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
48
48
49
49
49
50
51
52
53
54
54
54
54
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Description
Part Number
Door Handle Assembly (Rod, Cast Latch, Brass Spring)
Wood Door Glasss Retainer Kit (With Screws)
1200 Freestanding Flat Top Left Side Cabinet
1200 Freestanding Flat Top Right Side Cabinet
1200 Freestanding Step Top Left Side Cabinet
1200 Freestanding Step Top Right Side Cabinet
1700 Freestanding Flat Top Left Side Cabinet
1700 Freestanding Flat Top Right Side Cabinet
1700 Freestanding Step Top Left Side Cabinet
1700 Freestanding Step Top Right Side Cabinet
1200 & 1700 Leg Kit Ash Drawer
1200 Leg Kit Ash Drawer Box
1700 Leg Kit Ash Drawer Box
1200 Leg Kit Adaptor Plate
1700 Leg Kit Adaptor Plate
1200 & 1700 Pedestal Kit Ash Drawer
1200 & 1700 Fireplace Insert Fan Assembly
1200 & 1700 Left Shield Assembly
1200 & 1700 Right Shield Assembly
1200 Ceramic Baffle - 1 Piece
1700 Ceramic Baffle - 1 Piece
1200 & 1700 Fireplace Insert Flue Collar Assembly
50-1121
50-1122
50-1123
50-1124
50-1125
50-1126
50-1127
50-1128
50-1129
50-1130
50-1131
50-1132
50-1133
50-1134
50-1135
50-1136
50-1143
50-1144
50-1145
50-1146
50-1147
50-1148
Regular Surround Panel Trim - Black
Regular Surround Panel Trim - Gold
Regular Surround Panel Trim - Nickel
Oversized Surround Panel Trim - Black
Oversized Surround Panel Trim - Gold
Oversized Surround Panel Trim - Nickel
Fireplace Insert Regular Surround Panel
Fireplace Insert Oversized Surround Panel
Fireplace Insert Left Shroud
Fireplace Insert Right Shroud
Decorative Shroud Plates Charcoal
Decorative Shroud Plates Antique Copper
Decorative Shroud Plates Gold
Decorative Shroud Plates Brushed Nickel
50-121
10-003
EFW-264
50-119
EC-052
50-131
50-977
50-978
50-1137
50-1138
50-1139
50-1140
50-1141
50-1142
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Kodiak - Freestanding Components
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30
31
33
46
29
18
19
8
17
45
25
22
23
17
21
20
24
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27
4
16
7
14
6
26
1
2
9
Parts Diagram - Freestanding
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Parts Diagram - Pedestals & Legs
October 2004
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Kodiak - Pedestal and Leg Kit Components
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37
41
13
10
5
40
38
36
12
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Parts Diagram - Fireplace Insert
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3
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Kodiak - Fireplace Insert Components
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51
49
48
50
52
47
54
8
15
53
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Common parts are shown in
Parts Diagram - Freestanding.
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Warranty
Sherwood Industries Ltd. Limited Lifetime Warranty
Sherwood Industries Ltd. is the manufacturer of the Enviro line of heating products. At Sherwood industries, our
commitment to the highest level of quality and customer service is the most important thing we do. Each Enviro
stove is built on a tradition of using only the finest materials and is backed by our Exclusive Lifetime Limited
Warranty to the original purchaser. With Enviro, you’re not just buying a stove, you’re buying a company with fifteen
years of unequalled performance and quality.
Limited Five (5) Year Warranty:
Under this warranty, Sherwood Industries Ltd. covers the ENTIRE STOVE BODY against defects in materials and
workmanship, for part replacement and labour for the first five (5) years and part replacement thereafter to the
original purchaser. This Warranty covers: Firebox, Stainless Steel Secondary Air Tubes, Cabinet Sides, Pedestals,
Surround Panels and Cast Iron Door against defects for part replacement or repair and labour for the first year and
part replacement or repair for the remainder of the five years to the original purchaser. Certain restrictions apply to
this warranty. Please see the exclusions and limitation section below.
Sherwood Industries Ltd is responsible for stocking parts for a maximum of five (5) years after discontinuing and
manufacture or incorporation of the item into its products.
Limited One (1) Year Warranty:
The handles, door latch and door glass panel will be warranted for defects only for a period of one (1) year from
the date you purchase it. All blowers have a one (1) year manufacturer’s limited warranty.
The Warranty does not cover firebricks or tarnish, discoloration or wear on the gold/nickel plating, paint or
gasketing.
How the Warranty Works
1. All warranties by the manufacturer are set herein and no claim shall be made against the manufacturer on
any oral warranty or representation. All claims under this Limited Warranty must be made in writing by your
dealer.
2. Any stove or part thereof that is repaired or replaced during the Limited Warranty period will be warranted
under the terms of the Limited Warranty for a period not exceeding the remaining term of the original Limited
Warranty or six (6) months, whichever is longer.
3. For any part or parts of this stove, which in our judgment show evidence of defects, Sherwood Industries
Ltd. reserves the option to repair or to replace the defective product through an accredited distributor or
agent, provided the defective part is returned to the distributor or agent. Transportation Prepaid, if requested.
Sherwood Industries Ltd. may chose to buy back the item at the cost the dealer was invoiced.
4. If you discover a problem that you think may be covered by the Limited Warranty, you MUST REPORT it to
your Enviro dealer WITHIN 30 DAYS, giving them proof of purchase and the date of purchase. The dealer will
investigate the problem and work with Sherwood Industries Ltd. to determine whether the problem:
a) Is covered by the Limited Warranty
b) Can be fixed in your home or does the product needs to be returned to Sherwood Industries Ltd. for
repair.
5. If Sherwood Industries Ltd. determines that the stove needs to be returned to Sherwood Industries Ltd. for
repair, the customer has the responsibility and the expense of removing it from their home and shipping it to
Sherwood Industries Ltd. If the problem is covered by the Warranty, Sherwood Industries Ltd. will replace the
item at its option and the customer is responsible for return shipping and re-installation in their home.
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6. If the problem is not covered by the Limited Warranty, the customer will be responsible for all repair costs, as
well as all storage, shipping and the cost of removing and re-installing the stove.
7. If you are not satisfied with the service provided by the Enviro dealer, write to Sherwood Industries Ltd. at
the address listed on the last page of the Owner’s Manual. Include the date you bought the product and a
description of the problem.
Exclusions and Limitations:
1. A qualified installer must install this stove. This Limited Warranty covers defects in materials and workmanship
only if the product has been installed in accordance with local building and fire codes; in their absence, refer to
the owner’s/technical manual(s). If the product is damaged or broken as a result of any alteration, wilful abuse,
mishandling, accident, neglect, or misuse of the product, the Limited Warranty does not apply.
2. It must be operated and maintained at all times in accordance with the instructions in the Owner’s Manual.
If the unit shows signs of neglect or misuse, it is not covered under the terms of the Limited Warranty policy.
Performance problems due to operator error will not be covered by the Limited Warranty policy.
3. Labour to repair or replace items covered under the Limited Warranty will be covered for the first five (5) years
per our warranty service fee reimbursement schedule.
4. This Limited Warranty is applicable only to the original purchaser and it is non-transferable, provided that the
purchase was made through an authorized Enviro dealer.
5. 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 Limited Warranty. Misuse includes overfiring. This
will result if the stove is used in such a way that one or more of the plates glows red. Overfiring can be identified
later by warped plates and paint pigment being burnt off. Over-firing this appliance can cause serious damage
and will nullify the Limited Warranty.
6. The Limited Warranty does not cover misuse of the stove glass, including:
a) The glass is struck or has surface contaminates or has had harsh or abrasive cleaners used on it.
b) The door is slammed or is closed while wood in the firebox is protruding out the stove opening.
7. Products made or provided by other manufacturers and used in conjunction with the operation of this stove
without prior authorization from Sherwood Industries Ltd., may nullify the Limited Warranty on this stove. If
unsure as to the extent of this Limited Warranty, contact your authorized Enviro dealer before installation.
8. Sherwood Industries Ltd. will not be responsible for inadequate performance caused by environmental
conditions. The Limited Warranty does not cover installation and operational related problems such as use
of downdrafts or spillage caused by environmental conditions. Environmental conditions include but are not
limited to nearby trees, buildings, roof tops, wind, hills, mountains, inadequate venting or ventilation, excessive
offsets, negative air pressures or other influences caused by mechanical systems such as furnaces, fans, clothes
dryers etc.
9. The Limited Warranty does not cover damage caused by burning salt-saturated wood, corrosive driftwood,
chemically treated wood or any fuel not recommended in the Owner’s Manual (use cord wood only).
10. The Limited Warranty is void if:
a) The stove has been operated in atmospheres contaminated by chlorine, fluorine or other damaging
chemicals.
b) The stove is subject to submersion in water or prolonged periods of dampness or condensation.
c) Any damage to the unit, combustion chamber or other components due to water, or weather damage which
is the result of, but not limited to, improper chimney/venting installation.
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d) Salt air in coastal areas or high-humidity can be corrosive to the finish; these environments can cause
rusting. Damage caused by salt air or high humidity is not covered by the Limited Warranty.
11. Exclusions to the Limited 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, alteration, or act of God.
12. The Limited Warranty does not cover damage caused to the stove while in transit. If this occurs, do not operate
the stove and contact your courier and/or dealer.
13. The Limited Warranty does not extend to or include paint, door or glass gasketing or firebricks 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, or modification of the
unit.
14. Damage to plated surfaces caused by fingerprints, scratches, melted items, or other external scores and
residues left on the plated surfaces from the use of abrasive cleaners or polishes is not covered in this warranty.
The Limited Warranty does not cover tarnish, discoloration or wear on the plated surfaces.
15. Sherwood Industries Ltd. is free of liability for any damages caused by the stove, as well as inconvenience
expenses and materials. The Limited Warranty does not cover incidental or consequential damages.
16. The Limited Warranty does not cover any loss or damage incurred by the use or removal of any component or
apparatus to or from the Enviro stove without the express written permission of Sherwood Industries Ltd, and
bearing a Sherwood Industries Ltd. label of approval.
17. Any statement or representation of Enviro products and their performance contained in Enviro advertising,
packaging literature, or printed material is not part of the Limited Warranty.
18. The Limited Warranty is automatically voided if the stove’s serial number has been removed or altered in any
way. If the stove is used for commercial purposes, it is excluded from the Limited Warranty.
19. No dealer, distributor, or similar person has the authority to represent or warrant Enviro products beyond the
terms contained within the Limited Warranty. Sherwood Industries Ltd. assumes no liability for such warranties
or representations.
20. Sherwood Industries Ltd. will not cover the cost of the removal or re-installation of the stove, hearth, facing,
mantels, venting or other components.
21. Sherwood Industries Ltd. is not liable for freight or labour on any stove replaced in-field and is not liable for
travel costs for service work. In the event of in-home repair work, the customer will pay any in-home travel fees
or service charges required by the Authorized Dealer.
22. At no time will Sherwood Industries Ltd. be liable for any consequential damages which exceed the purchase
price of the unit. Sherwood Industries Ltd. has no obligation to enhance or modify any stove once manufactured
(example: as a stove evolves, field modifications or upgrades will not be performed).
23. If for any reason any section of the Limited Warranty is declared invalid, the balance of the warranty remains
in effect and all other clauses shall remain in effect.
24. The Limited Warranty is the only warranty supplied by Sherwood Industries Ltd., the manufacturer of the stove.
All other warranties, whether express or implied, are hereby expressly disclaimed and purchaser’s recourse is
expressly limited to the Limited Warranty.
25. Sherwood Industries Ltd. and its employees or representatives will not assume any damages, either directly or
indirectly, caused by improper usage, operation, installation, servicing or maintenance of this stove.
26. Sherwood Industries Ltd. reserves the right to make changes without notice. Please complete and mail the
warranty registration card and have the installer fill in the installation data sheet in the back of the manual for
warranty and future reference.
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Installation Data Sheet
The following information must be recorded by the installer for warranty purposes and future reference.
NAME OF OWNER:
NAME OF DEALER:
_________________________________________
_________________________________________
ADDRESS:
ADDRESS:
_________________________________________
_________________________________________
_________________________________________
_________________________________________
_________________________________________
_________________________________________
PHONE:___________________________________
PHONE:___________________________________
MODEL:___________________________________
NAME OF INSTALLER:
SERIAL NUMBER:___________________________
DATE OF PURCHASE: ______________(dd/mm/yyyy)
DATE OF INSTALLATION:___________(dd/mm/yyyy)
_________________________________________
ADDRESS:
_________________________________________
_________________________________________
INSTALLER’S SIGNATURE:
_________________________________________
_________________________________________
PHONE:___________________________________
MANUFACTURED BY:
SHERWOOD INDUSTRIES LTD.
6782 OLDFIELD RD. SAANICHTON, BC, CANADA V8M 2A3
www.envirofire.biz
October 27, 2004
C-10240
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