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G8010 Series Brick Liner Kit
G8010 Series Brick Liner Kit
Installation Instructions
G8010 Series Brick Liner Kit
Installation Instructions
IMPORTANT: Read entire instruction sheet before installing brick liner.
This brick liner accessory is approved for use in the following models: VI33NR and VI33PR series vent-free gas
fireplace inserts. Do not use brick liner accessory in any other fireplace models.
The Brick Liner Kit contains the following:
• 1 - Rear Firebrick Panel
• 3 - Retainer Brackets
• 2 - Side Firebrick Panels
Tools required:
• Phillips Screwdriver
• 5/16" Hex Socket Wrench or Nut Driver
If any of these parts are missing or damaged, contact dealer where you purchased this kit. If they cannot supply original replacement parts,
either contact your nearest Parts Central or call DESA International’s Parts Department at 1-800-972-7879 for information.
IMPORTANT: Always handle firebrick panels with two hands.
CAUTION: Do not pick up log base assembly by
burners. This may damage burners. Only pick up
base by the grate.
WARNING: Turn off, unplug, and let fireplace cool
before installing brick liner. Only a qualified service
person should service and repair fireplace.
Note: Some installations may require the gas supply line to be
disconnected before removing log assembly. If so, call a qualified
service person to disconnect gas supply from fireplace.
NOTICE: You must remove log base assembly before
installing brick liner.
1.
WARNING: A qualified service person must connect and disconnect fireplace to gas supply. Follow
all local codes.
To remove screen, lift screen up off the screws in front of fireplace (see Figure 1).
Burners
H
I
Screws for
Mounting
Screen
O
O
FF
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2.
P
Two Screws
Figure 1 - Removing Fireplace Screen
Log Base
Assembly
Remove logs. Remove two screws that attach log base assembly to fireplace. Carefully lift log base assembly and remove
from fireplace (see Figure 2).
Figure 2 - Removing Log Base Assembly from Fireplace
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3.
Install rear firebrick panel on back wall first. Rest the bottom
edge of firebrick panel on liner flange. Stand firebrick panel
straight up against the back of fireplace (see Figure 3).
Back Wall
CAUTION: Always handle firebrick panels with
two hands. Do not force firebrick panels into place.
Excessive force will break firebrick panels.
Retainer
Bracket
Screw
Hole for
Retainer
Bracket
Screw (use
existing
screw)
Note: Make sure you position the hole in rear firebrick panel
over the thermodisc plate on rear wall of fireplace (see Figure
3). If you cover the thermodisc plate with the firebrick panel,
the fan will not run properly.
Rear
Firebrick
Panel
Thermodisc Plate
Hole
Figure 4 - Securing Top of Firebrick Panel to
Back Wall of Fireplace
5.
Slide one side firebrick panel behind the retaining edge of fireplace. Gently press the firebrick panel back against the side
wall (see Figure 5). The bottom edge of the firebrick panel will
rest on liner flange.
CAUTION: Always handle firebrick panels with
two hands. Do not force firebrick panels into place.
Excessive force will break firebrick panels.
Side Wall
Retaining
Edge
Liner Flange
Side
Firebrick
Panel
Figure 3 - Placing Rear Firebrick Panel on Flange in Fireplace
4.
Secure the top of firebrick panel to back wall of fireplace with
one retainer bracket and one screw (see Figure 4).
Note: There is a screw in the fireplace back wall where you
are to install the retaining bracket, use this screw.
Liner Flange
Figure 5 - Placing Side Firebrick Panel behind Retaining Edge
Continued
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6.
Secure side firebrick panel to side wall of fireplace with one
retainer bracket and one screw (see Figure 6).
Note: There is a screw in the fireplace side walls where you
are to install the retaining bracket, use this screw.
7.
8.
Repeat steps 5 and 6 to install other side of firebrick panel.
Put log base assembly back into fireplace. Secure log base assembly with the two screws removed in step 2 (see Figure 2,
page 2).
WARNING: A qualified service person must connect and disconnect fireplace to gas supply. Follow
all local codes.
Retainer Bracket
Screw
WARNING: Test all gas piping and connections
for leaks after installing or servicing. Correct all leaks
at once.
Retaining
Edge
WARNING: Never use an open flame to check for
a leak. Apply a mixture of liquid soap and water to all
joints. Bubbles forming show a leak. Correct all leaks
at once.
9.
Replace logs. Make sure logs are put in their proper position.
See Installing Logs in the Fireplace Owner’s Manual.
10. Replace screen (see Figure 1, page 2).
Figure 6 - Securing Side Firebrick Panel to Side Wall of Fireplace
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Rev. A
03/99
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