Thank you for purchasing a Kitchen Queen Cookstove.

Thank you for purchasing a Kitchen Queen Cookstove.
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!! CAUTION !r
- Hot while in Operation. Keep children, clothing and furniture away. May cause skin burns.
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- DONOT use chemicals or fluids to start the fire.
- DO NOT bum garbage or flammable liquids.
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DO NOT connect to any air distribution duct of system.
- This stove is designed to burn wood only. DO NOT burn coal, pellets or any other type of fuel.
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DO NOT REDUCE THE STOVE PIPE FROM THE STOVE TO THE CHIMNEY
Model 480 must have a 7-inch pipe and Model 380 must have a 6-inch pipe. DO NOT
COMPROMISE.
~The stove must be set On a fire-rated stove board. It must extend 16 inches (450 mm Canada)
beyond the front and 8 inches (200 mm ) beyond each side of the fuel loading and ash removing
opening(s), and under the chimney connector and 2 inches (50 mm) beyond each side.
- The fuelling and ash removal ¢
CLEARANCE TO COMBU
STIBLES
Unprotected Surfaces Protected Surfaces (MFPA-211)
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*For clearances to the flue collar, subtract 6.5 in
Appliance
Clearances
Chimney Unprotected Surfaces Protected Surfaces (MFPA-211)
Connector: $ 18-in | 6-in
To reduce clearances, 5 wall protector must be used with a 1” air space behing the protector and ar least 1” off the floor The
protector should extend 8” beyond the sides and top of the stove, not counting the back and shelf.
STARTING YOUR FIRST FIRF
“The Stove tope is treated With an anti-rust agent. Using a good degreaser and Water, thoroughly wash the top before
starting a fire. ®
Open the drafe control on the door all the way. Also open the supercharger by pulling the handle under the safety
shelf all the Way out. Now the stove is wide open,
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INSTRUCTIONS
Assembly and Installation for Models 480 and 380
Remove the stove from shipping crate (if crated) by removing the three leg bolts. Remove all wooden or paper
packaging material being careful not to pry against the sides of the stove as scratching or chipping may result.
Inspect the stove for possible damage and notify your freight carrier immed iately if any damage has occurred.
Remove all loose parts from the firebox and oven.
The firebrick, doors, and lids can be removed to make the stove lighter for moving.
Move your Kitchen Queen to the desired location.
The left rear leg is adjustable. Screw the adjusting bolt down until the stove stands solid.
4 x 2-1/2 stove bolts. The bolts and Spacers are inside the long rod.
The shelf under the firebox and oven doors is installed by sliding it into the slots under the stove. You might
have to use a wood block to tap it into place.
Be sure to understand your new stove instructions by reading them over several times. Installation must comply
with all local and national building codes. The proper authorities (i.e.: the municipal building department,
fire department or fire prevention bureau) should be consulted before installation to determine the
need to obtain a permit. If the stove is not properly installed, a house fir may result. To reduce the risk of fire,
follow the installation instructions. Failure to follow instructions may result in property damage, bodily injury
or even death.
of the flue collar.
STARTING YOUR FIRST FIRE, CONT.
Place crumpled paper and kindling into the firebox just inside the door and light with a match. As soon as the fire
is burning well, close the direct smoke outlet by pushing the handle in the back all the way down to the right. DO
NOT OVERHEAT YOUR STOVE. If fire becomes too hor, reduce the draft accordingly. Always keep the direct
smoke outler OPEN when checking the fire and close immediately when you close the door.
Never use gasoline-type lantern fuel, kerosene, charcoal lighter fluid, or similar liquids to start or freshen up a fire in
the stove. Keep all such liquids well away from the stove while in use.
CREOSOTE AND NEED FOR REMOVAL
When wood is burned slowly, it produces rar and other organic vapors which combine with expelled moisture to
form creosote. The creosote vapors condense in the relatively cool chimney flue of a slow-burning fire. As a result,
creosote residues accumulate on the flue liner. When ignited, this creosote makes an extremely hot fire. The chim-
ney connector and chimney should be inspected at least every 2 months during the heating season to determine if
a creosote buildup has occurred.
Before adding more wood, you should rake the ashes with the poker to break up any clods and cause the fine ashes
to sift down into the ash pan. Always allow several inches of ashes to remain on the grate. This will result in better
efficiency and finer more cleanly burned-up ashes.
Ashes should be placed in a metal container with a tight-fitting lid. The closed container of ashes should be placed
on a non-combustible floor or on the ground well away from all combustible material pending final disposal. If ashes
are disposed of by burial in the soil, or otherwise locally disposed of, they should be retained in the closed container
until all cinders have thoroughly cooled.
To heat the oven, be sure that the little handle on the right hand side of the stove is pulled all the way out. This will
direct the heat around the oven. Open the drafts all the way until you have a nice hot fire then shut it down some,
even if the temperature is not up to where you want it. It will keep going up, even after it is shut down some. The
oven comes with two nickel plated racks that can be adjusted to any of four different locations to get the desired
space. The bottom of the oven is removable and it can be used as a testing shelf.
If the oven does not respond properly, your chimney is most likely not drawing as it should or the space under the
oven needs to be cleaned out. Check for obstructions that may be reducing your draft. Consulting a professional
chimney sweep may be advisable.
MAINTENANCE OF YOUR NEW STOVE
. Clean the top daily. You may use soap and water for initial cleaning.
Follow up with emery cloth to maintain a smooth, glossy finish. The top will blue and finally turn black, which is
normal. But if it is properly cared for, will remain smooth and shiny.
When the stove is not in use for more than a couple of days, coat with a light oil to prevent rust. It will rust if left
uncoated when the stove is cold. The porcelain finish is easily cleaned with soap and water. DO NOT CLEAN
THE PORCELAIN WITH OVEN CLEANER, IT WILL RUIN THE FINISH.
‘SOME ADDITIONAL TIPS
Never reduce the stove pipe from the stove to the chimney. It will reduce the efficiency of the stove and you might
have trouble getting the baker hot.
Avoid horizontal pipes as much as possible and keep them as short as you can. Sloping pipes are much better than
flat.
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When building a fire, always let the fire burn hot for awhile before shutting it down. This will helpa lot in reducing
creosote buildup and liquid creosote.
Using big pieces of wood will not burn fast or hot. Split them down some, at least. The wetter the wood, the smaller
it must be split. Use the big chunks for overnight burns.
If the stove is not in use, coat it with a light oil and check ir once in awhile to make sure it’s not rusting.
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Determining the R Factor of Floor-Protector Material
An easy means of determining if a proposed floor protector meets the requirements is to follow this procedure.
1) Convert specifications to R-Value
a) R-value is given - no conversion is needed
b) K-factor is given with a required thickness (T in inches: R=1 exe)
e) C-Factor is given: R= 1/C
2) Determine the R-value of the proposed alternate floor protector
a) Use the formula in step (1) to convert values not already expressed as “R”
b) For multiple layers, add R-values of each layer to determine the overall R value.
3) If the overall R-value of the system is greater than the R-value of the specified floor protector, the
alternate is acceptable.
EXAMPLE:
The specified floor protector should be 3/4 inch thick material with a K-factor of 0.84. The proposed alternate
is 4” brick with a C-factor of 1.25 over 1/8” mineral board with a K-factor of 0.29.
Step 1: Use the formula above to convert specifications to R-value. R= 1/kxt=1/0.84x.75=0.893
Step 2: Calculate R of proposed system.
4” brick of C=1.25, therefore R Brick=1/C, 1.25=0.80
1/8” mineral board of K=0.29, therefore R Mineral Board= 1 10.29 x 0.125 = 0.431
Total R = R Brick + R Mineral Board = 0.8 + 0.431 = 1.231
Step 3: Compare proposed system R of 1.231 to specified R of 0.893. Since proposed system R is greater than
required, the system is acceptable.
DEFINITIONS:
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Thermal Conductance =C= —=21Y - —
(HRXFTZ(F) (ek)
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Thermal Resistance = R= TO = .… (MEX °K)
Chimney Connectors and Vent Connectors
Table 6-7.5 Chimney Connector Systems and Clearances from Combustible Walls for Residential Heating Appliances
Clearance
System tin. X(mm)
Minimum chimney clesrance to brick A Minimum 3 5-n. (90-mm) thick brick masonry wall framed into ~~ 12/305
нана (305-mm) brick
Minimum chimney cearenco from в Solid-insulated, listed factory-built chimney ofthesame 9/229
and contsuvities 25 (5 Lore inside diameter as the chimney connector and having 1 in.
i UN ps of insulation wih a minimum S-n. )
combustibles.
The inner end of the chimney length shall be flush with the
inside of the masonry chimney flue and shall be sealed to the
ud eo La Ti water Silo
refraciory cement. Supports shall secursly fastenad
Surfaces on all sides.
6/152
Covered, and thimble with a sheet
minimum 24 Gauge (0.054 In. (0.61 mm) nr er Das.
Supports shall be securely fastened to wall surfaces on afl si
and shall be sized to fil and hold ehimnoy ssctin. prue Sides
and shall be sized 10 fit and hold chimney sacti ry
1.0 Bu-inmr17-€ (4.88 kg-caiftw-a"T3 or lugs. -
LEE used 10 close up an cpasingrior she connector shall de of noncombustble Mee 5
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Typical Factory-Built Masonry Chimney Installations
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REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST
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Gasket Set
Spring handles
Reservoir
Reservoir Lids
Cleanout Door
Grate
Poker
Lid Lifter
Safety Rails
Oven Racks
Firebricks
Sideshelf
Ashpan
Stove Lids
Draft Control
Shelf Bracket
Running Board
Oven Thermometer
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