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PACIFIC ENERGY WOODSTOVES (1986) LTD.
Mailing address: P.O. Box 29,
Cobble Hill, B.C. VOR 11.0
Factory address: 1394 Fisher Rd.,
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AND USING THIS APPLIANCE
+ We strongly recommend that smoke detectors be
installed.
» Consult local fire codes, national building code, etc.
before proceeding.
recommended.
Your Pacific Insert is designed to be installed only in
masonry fireplaces built according to the requirements of the. |
Standards for Chimneys, Fireplaces, Vents, and Solid Fuel
Buming Appliances, N.EP.A, 211 or applicable local codes.
Inspect your fireplace for cracks, loose mortar or other
physical defects and repair before installation. The fireplace
chimney must be suitable for wood burning use. Check for
creosote build up or other obstructions, especially if it has
not been in use for some time.
CLEARANCES: See Page 5 for clearances to surroundin g
combustibles (mantle, side walls, wood facing, etc.)
Your fireplace is required to have the following minimum
sizes: See Page 9. |
WIDTH (at front) | 30-12” HEIGHT -— 21”
WIDTH (at rear) 22-144” DEPTH 18"
Chimney height 15” (minimum)
WARNING: Do not remove bricks or mortar from your
existing fireplace.
Your hearth must extend 16” in front and 8” to the sides of
the firedoor. If the existing hearth is to be extended, non-
combustible material must be used.
INSTALLATION
POSITIVE FLUE CONNECTION-
See Diagram #2, Page 5. |
* See previous section for clearances, cantions, etc.
« The existing fireplace damper i is to be locked open or
removed completely.
1. Make up a cardboard template that will accurately fit the
throat of your fireplace level with the underside of the
lintel bar. Measure 9-3/4” back from the facing and
mark this for the centre of a 6” diameter hole. Transfer
these dimensions to the piece of 26 gauge steel to be
used as the “throatplate”. Cut out the hole with tin snips
so it is a snug slip fit over the 6” connector pipe you will
be using.
2. Bend flanges as suggested in Illustration #2 or simply
use raw edges. (The flanges will make the job of sealing
the throatplate much easier.)
3. Install throatplate into opening attaching to the В
underside of the lintel bar and anywhere else possible.
Hang the 6” pipe in the cutout so it will clear the'top of
the Insert as it is installed. Seal around edges as best as.
_ possible,
4. Push the Insert body back into 9 position until the flue
- outlet lines up with the 6” pipe connector. Use rear
adjusting bolts to level the Insert body. Pull the 6” pipe
down into the outlet to make a solid connection. If itis
necessary to get access to the connector pipe through the
flue outlet of the Insert, the baffle can be removed. (See
Baffle Assembly Removal, Page 4.)
DIRECT FLUE CONNECTION
~ Consult your local Dealer about relining your fireplace
chimney for direct flue connection. When the flue has
been relined, refer to #4 in the Positive Flue Connection
section for Insert installation.
FACEPLATE ASSEMBLY & INSTALLATION
‚1. Lay part A,B and C face down on a flat non-marring
surface añd bolt together at points D (Page 5) using the
supplied 1/4 x 3/4 bolts and nuts. Diagram 43
2. Lift the face plate assembly to the upright position and
make sure the front face is flat and even at the joint.
3. Assemble the threc brass tim pieces using the enclosed
hardware. Slide part F into the back comers of the brass
trim and tighten screws. Ensure the mitred comers fit
tightly and evenly (Illustration #1).
4. Slide the assembled brass trim over the face plates from
— the top (Diagram #3).
5. Install 2 clips near the bottom of each side brass piece to
hold bottom tight (Illustration #1)
6. On the stove, remove front gold trim by sliding it
sideways. (ie left side to the left)
7. Remove the screws which were concealed by the gold |
trim on the front of the Insert and remove front panels. ( ;
8. Slide pre-assembled faceplate on to Insert. DO NOT
LIFT THE FACEPLATE ASSEMBLY BY GRASPING
THE BRASS TRIM. Tighten screws from inside
through the faceplate and onto the Insert outer shell.
) 9. Replace the front panels and gold trim in the reverse
order to their removal.
—| 10. Push the entire assembly back until the faceplate
‘assembly is in contact with the fireplace .
COMBUSTION AIR |
* Consult local building codes.’
Intake or ‘combustion air can ‘be supplied to the Insert in one
of two ways: es
- 1. Outside air supply: Remove cover from ash clean out in
existing fireplace. Place a rodent screen in place of
cover. Install the Insert as described in the installation
section, making sure not to cover the opening of the air
inlet. When installation is complete, seal faceplate
surrounds to fireplace and anywhere elsé air may enter.
2. Room air supply: Install the Insert as described in the
installation section. When installation is complete do
riot seal faceplate surrounds to fireplace as this will
allow enough combustion air to enter the fireplace
a cavity and into the Insert.
di This unit is not designed to be operated with the firing
~~ door open. In addition to the obvious hazard of sparks
landing on combustibles, an open fire door will cause
the heater to draw air from the living space and possibly
cause suffocation.
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The living space around the heater must be well ventilated
with good air circulation. Anything that may causea
negative pressure can cause gases or fumes U to de e pulled into
; the living area.
WOOD SELECTION
This heater 1s designed to burn natural wood only. Higher
efficiency and lower emissions generally. result when =~ ©
burning air-dried seasoned hardwoods, as compared to
softwoods or to green or freshly cut hardwoods. |
Wood should be properly air dried (seasoned) for six months
or more. Wet or undried wood will cause the fire to smoulder
and produce large amounts of creosote. Wet wood'also
produces very little heat and tends to-go-0ut often: wo
DO NOT BURN: В
Salt water wood -- Coal/charcoal -- -
Treated wood Garbage В
‘Wet or green wood Solvents
Do not burn anything but wood. Other fuels, eg. charcoal,
can produce large amounts of carbon monoxide; a tasteless,
odourless gas that can kill. Under no circumstances should
you attempt to barbecue in this heater.”
HOW TO TEST YOUR WOOD
Add a large piece of wood to the stove when it has a good —
large bed of coals. It is dry if itis buming on more than one
side within one minute. It is damp if it turns black and lights
- within three minutes. If it sizzles; hisses and-blackens -
without igniting in five minutes it is soaked and should not
be burnt.
OPERATING
WARNING: Do not. use grates o or andirons £ to elevate the
fuel. Burn directly on the fire bricks. Replace broken or
missing bricks. Failure to do so may: create : a hazardous
| condition.
Your PACIFIC ENERGY heater i is designed for n maximum
~ overall efficiency at a moderate firing rate. Overfiring is
hazardous and a waste of fuel. Too slow a burn contributes
to creosote buildup and lowers combustion efficiency.
LIGHTING A FIRE 5
WARNING: Never use chemicals or any other volatile
liquid to start a fire.
1. Adjust air control to High position and open door.
2. Place crumpled newspaper in the centre of the heater
and criss-cross with several pieces of dry kindling. Add
afew small pieces of dry wood on top. o
3. Ignite the paper and close the door.
4. After the fire has established itself, open the door and
add a few small logs. Close door. | |
5. Begin normal operation after a good € coal b base exists and
wood has charred. Cu.
l NORMALOPERATION — o |
de Set: air control to desired setting. It smoke p pours down
“across the glass (waterfall effect) this indicates you have —
shut the control down too soon or r you. are € using | too. low
a setting. The wide range control panel makes finding
the desired setting for your application easy. As every.
home's heating needs vary (ie. insulation, windows, ;
climate, etc.) the proper setting can only be found by
‘trial and error and should be noted for future burns.
2. To refuel, adjust air control to ‘high, and’ give the fire *
time to brighten. Open door slowly, this will prevent
— backpuffing. |
3. Use wood of different shape, diameter and length (up to
19”). Load your wood endwise and try to place the logs
so that air can flow between them. Always use dry
wood. |
4. Donot load fuel {0a height. orin such a-manner- that
would be hazardous when opening the door. - ©
5, . For extended or overnight bums, unsplit logs are- . |
- preferred. Remember to char the wood completely on
“High” setting before adjustin e: air ir control for rovermight
burn.
WARNING: Always keep loading door closed when
burning. This heater is not designed fc for open door
burning.
RESTARTING AFTER EXT ENDED OR OVERNIGHT BURNS
1. Open door and rake hot embers towards the front of the
heater. Add a couple of dry, split logs on top of embers,
close door.
2... Adjust air control 10: “High” and in just a бен minutes;
logs should begin burning. RANAS |:
3. After wood has charred, reset air control to desired
setting.
4. When burning at. a ; slow rate for extended | periods,
occasionally maintain a strong fire under supervision
for a couple of hours to relieve firebox and chimney
deposits as well as any of the deposits on the glass.
WARNING: This method i is not a substitute for regular `
chimney inspections: and cleaning. | |
5 To achieve maximum firing rate, set control to “High”.
-Do not use this setting other than for. starting or
preheating fresh fuel loads. Le г
DO NOT OVERFIRE THIS HEATER: Attem pts to
achieve heat output rates that exceed heater design
specifications can result i in permanent damage t to the
heater and chimney. Lie |
WARNING: No alteration ‹ or modification of the -
combustion air control assembly is permitted. Any
| tampering v will void warranty al and could | be very
hazardous. + NT ка
MORE WOOD, MORE HEAT — |
| Seasoned wood has approximately 7500 BTU? $ per pound. If
you put 10 pounds of wood in your stove for an eight hour
burn the wood will be producing 9375 BTU*s per hour.
(7500 BTU x 10 1bs./8 hrs. = 9375 BTU’s per hr.) If you put
20 lbs of wood in your : stove for an eight-hour burn you will
get 18,750 BTU's per hr. (7500 BTU x 20 Ibs/8hr= 18,750
BTU’ s per hr). This i 15° only an example and is'based
- on100%:effi ciency In reality, your stoves should: perform. A
— inthe70%: Y efficieney range. RE В 1.
Experience will give you the right settings for proper
combustion and efficient burning. Remember the air inlet
setting is affected by variables such as type of wood, outside
temperature, chimney size and weather conditions. With
practice, you will become proficient in operating your heater
and will obtain the performance for which it was designed.
PR OPER DRAFT
1. Draft i is the force which moves air from the 1e appliance up
through the chimney. The amount of draft in your
chimney depends on the length-of the-chimney, local
geography, nearby obstructions and other factors.
2. Too much draft may cause excessive temperatures in the
appliance. An uncontrollable burn or a glowingred
stove part or chimney indicates excessive draft.
3. Inadequate draft may cause backpuffing into.room and ..
plugging of the chimney. Smoke leaking into the room
through appliance and chimney connector joints
indicates inadequate draft.
ASH REMOVAL
Whenever ashes get 3-to 4 inches deep à in your firebox, and
when fire has burned down and cooled, remove excess”
ashes. Leave an ash bed approximately 1 inch deep on the
firebox bottom to help maintain ahot charcoal bed.
DISPOSAL OF ASHES -
Ashes should be placed in a metal container r 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 materials, pending final disposal. If the ashes
are disposed of by burial in soil or otherwise locally.
dispersed, they should be retained in the closed container
until all cinders have thoroughly cooled. Other waste should
not be placedi in this container! ~~
CREOSOTE FORMATION AND NEED FOR REMOVAL *
When wood i is burned slowly, | it produces tar and other.
organic vapours, which combine with expelled moisture to |
form creosote. The creosote vapours condense in the”
relatively cool chimney flue of a slow burning fire. As a
result, creosote residue accumulates on the flue lining, When
ignited, this creosote makes an extremely hot fire. The
chimney connector and chimney should be inspected at least.
once every two months during the heating seasonto =
determine if a creosote buildup has occurred. If creosote has
accumulated, it should be removed to reduce the risk ofa
chimney fue, .
1. Highest smoke densities occur when a large ar amount of
‘wood is added to a bed of hot coals and the air inlet is
closed. The heated wood generates smoke, but without о
ample air, the smoke cannot burn. Smoke-free, clean
burning requires small fuel loads, two or three logs ata
time or 1/4 to 1/2 of a fuel load and leaving the air inlet
relatively wide open, especially during the first 10 to 30
minutes after each loading, when most of the smoke
a generating reactions are occurring. After 30 minutes or .
- so; the air inlet can be tuméd down substantially without |
excessive smoke generation. Wood coals create very.
little creosote-producing smoke. oo
formation as the excess moisture that is boiled off cools
the fire, making it difficult for the tars and gases fo
ignite, thus creating dense smoke and poor combustion.
This moisture-laden smoke cools the chimney,
compounding the problem by offering the smoke the
ideal place to condense.
In summary, a certain amount of creosote is inevitable and
must be lived with. Regular inspection and cleaning is the
solution. The use of dry, seasoned wood and ample
combustion air will help ton minimize the buildup.
CHIMNEY FIRES
The result of excessive Creosote buildup i is a chimney fire.
Chimney fires are dangerous. Chimney inside temperatures
can exceed 2000 degrees F. This causes much higher than
normal temperatures in the chimney and on its exterior
surfaces. Thus ignition of nearby or touching combustible
material is more likely during a chimney fire. Proper
clearances are critical durin g such a fire.
Chimney fires are easy to detect; they usually involve one or
more of the following:
.. Flames and sparks shooting out of the top of the
~ chimney’ ;
- A roaring sound |
- Vibration of the chimney
IN CASE OF A CHIMNEY FIRE
1. Prepare to evacuate to ensure everyone's safety. Have a
well understood plan of action for evacuation. Have 2 a.
place outside where everyone isto meet. To
2. Close: air inlets on stove.
3. Call local fire department. Have a fire extinguisher -_
handy. Contact your local fire authority for further
information on how to handle a chimney fire. It is most
important that you have a clearly understood plano on ВЕ
how to handle a chimney fire. о
4. After the chimney fire is out, the chimney must be
— cleaned and checked for stress and cracking before
starting another fire. Also check combustibles around
chimney and the roof. a | |
AVOIDING A CHIMNEY FIRE
There are two ways to avoid chimney fires:
1. Do not let creosote build up 10a point where a big a
chimney fire is possible. |
2. Do not have fires i in the heater that may ignite chimney
fires. These are hot fires, such as when burning
household trash, cardboard, Christmas tree limbs, or
even ordinary fuel wood; (eg with a full load on'a hot
bed of coals and with the air inlet wide. open.
SAFETY AND MAINTENANCE
1. Burn wood only, dry and well seasoned. The denser or
heavier the wood when dry, the greater its heat value.
This is why hardwoods are generally preferred. Green or
wet wood will cause a rapid buildup of creosote. If you
feel it is necessary to burn wet or unseasoned-wood;-do
“so.only with the air inlet setopen enough 10 maintain a -
“| 2; The cooler the surface over which: wood: smokes
passing, the more creosote will be condensed. Wet or
green wood contributes significantly to creosote
—good: strong fire’ and fairly high chimriey temperatures.
Do not attempt to bum overnight using grecn or wet -
wood. Wet wood car cause up to 25% drop in heater
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output, as well as contributing significantly to creosote
buildup.
WARNING: Never use chemicals or any other volatile
liquid to start a fire. Do not burn garbage, or flammable
fluids such as gasoline, naptha, or engine oil. We strongly
recommend that smoke detectors be installed.
2. Remove ashes frequently, Embers can roll out the door
and create a fire hazard. Maintain a 1” minimum ash
base.
3. If glass becomes darkened through slow burning or poor
wood, it can readily be cleaned with any oven cleaner
when stove is cold. Never scrape with an object that
might scratch the glass. The typé and amount of deposit
on the glass is a good indication of flue pipe and
chimney buildup. A light brown dusty deposit that is
easily wiped off usually indicates good combustion and
dry, well seasoned wood and therefore relatively clean
pipes and chimney. On the other hand. a black, greasy
deposit that is difficult to remove is a result of wet and
green wood and too slow a burning rate. This heavy
deposit is building up at least as quickly in the chimney.
WARNING: ONLY USE MATERIALS SUPPLIED BY
MANUFACTURER WHEN DOING MAINTENANCE OR
REPLACEMENTS.
4. DOOR GASKET-The gasket used by Pacific Energy
requires only light pressure to seal. This will prolong
seal life. It is important that the door seal be maintained
in good condition. Periodically inspect seals and
replace if necessary, Follow instructions included in the
29D kit obtainable from your nearest Pacific Energy
dealer.
5. DOOR GLASS-Do not slam Joading door or otherwise
impact glass. When closing door, make sure that no logs
protrude to impact the glass. If the glass gets cracked or
broken, it must be replaced before using the stove.
Replacement glass can be obtained from your dealer.
The size required is 9-1/8 x 12-5/8 x Smm Robax.
Ceramic glass must be used. Do not substitute with
any other type.
** To remove broken glass, undo the four retaining screws
and remove the frame noting position for re- -assembly.
Remove all particles of glass. Be careful as they are —
very sharp. Install new glass complete with gasket.
Replace frame and screws. Tighten screws very —
carefully, do not overtighten.
WARNING: -do not over tighten, tights screws very
carefully. |
* do not clean glass when hot —
* do not use abrasive cleaners on glass
6. The area where boost combustion air enters the firebox
must be kept clear of excessive ash buildup which will
block air flow. This area is at the front of the firebox.
7. Do not store wood within heater installation clearances,
or within the space required for fuel loading and ash-
removal. Keep the area around the heater clean and free =
of all loose combustibles, furniture, newspapers, etc.
8. Tg gold door requires cleaning, use mild soap and water
or | o
9. Establish a routine for the fuel, woodburning and firing
technique. Check daily for creosote buildup until
experience shows how often you need to be cleaning to
be safe.
10. Be aware that the hotter the fire, the less creosote is
deposited. Weekly cleanings may be necessary in mild
weather, even though monthly cleaning is usually
enough in the coldest months when burning rates are
higher.
11. Instruct all members of your family on the safe
— operation of the heater. Ensure they have enough
knowledge of the entire system if they are expected to
Operate it. Stress the section-on chimney fires-and the
importance of following the steps outlined in “In Case
of Chimney Fire”, -
REMOVING AND RE-INSTALLING BAFFLE
The Insert and pipe should be removed from the fireplace to
clean and inspect. Only if this is not possible should you
remove baffle assembly.
DO NOT OPERATE WITH BAFFLE ASSEMBLY OR
INSULATION REMOVED.
Baffle Assembly Removal
Remove retaining pin at the back top of the firebox, just
under the baffle. Lift baffle up and pull forward to
disconnect from the supply tube. Tilt baffle Sideways to drop
flue outlet.
Inspect gasket between baffle and supply tube. If necessary,
replace with gasket #1395 available from your nearest
Pacific Energy Dealer.
Re-install baffle assembly and insulation by reversing order.
BLOWER OPTION- F35
The Pacific Energy blower #F-35 can be factory or user
installed. |
1. Remove front gold tr trim à from stove (Diagram #4,
Page 6) by sliding it sideways (ie left side to the left).
2. Remove the two screws which were concealed by the
| gold trim on the front of the stove. This will allow front
panels to be removed.
3, ‘ Attach fan assembly to front t panels (Illustration #3)
- using holes and screws provided, The fan with the
power cord may be installed on either side.
4. “Re-install front panel complete with fan assembly
: - - attached by reversing. above procedure.
| 5. Route the wires connecting the two fans through the
© "channel on the underside of the ashlip.
BLOWER OPERATION
When your Pacific Energy blower has been properly
installed, operate as follows: , =
- Air control setting of 2 or less, operate optional
blower speed control on”Low”.
; - Ан control greater than 2, operate: optional blower
„росе: control at desired setting. В
CLEARANCES TO COMBUSTIBLES
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- TESTED TO: ULCS628 / UL1482 REPORT NO. 5223 (MAY 1989)
INSTALL AND USE ONLY IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE MANUFACTURER’ $ INSTALLATION AND OPERATING
INSTRUCTIONS. INSTALL AND USE ONLY IN MASONRY FIREPLACE. DO NOT REMOVE BRICKS OR MORTAR FROM
MASONRY FIREPLACE. »
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MINIMUM CLEARANCE TO COMBUSTIBLES (MEASURED FROM INSERT BODY): — £
“A) ADJACENT SIDEWALL: 520 MM / 20.5 IN.
В) MANTEE: . - > — 6810 MM / 24 IN. »
C} TOP FACING: 610 MM / 24 IN. 5
D) SIDE FACING: 165 MM / 6.5 IN. =
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INSTALL ONLY ON A NON-COMBUSTIBLE HEARTH RAISED 50 MM / 2 IN. ABOVE TT |
AN ADJACENT COMBUSTIBLE FLOOR. COMBUSTIBLE FLOOR BEYOND HEARTH ~~ CLEARANCE TO COMBUSTIBLE
MUST BE PROTECTED BY NON-COMBUSTIBLE MATERIAL EXTENDING 405 MM
116 IN. TO THE FIRING SIDE (E) AND 200 MM / 8 iN. TO THE OTHER SIDES (F)
OF THE UNIT.
COMPONENTS REQUIRED FOR INSTALLATION: POSITIVE OR DIRECT FLUE
CONNECTION ASSEMBLY -
OPTIONAL COMPONENTS: FAN KIT, ELECTRICAL RATING 115V, 50HZ, 1 AMP
ROUTE CORD AWAY FROM UNIT. -
FOR USE. WITH SOLID WOOD FUEL ONLY DQ NOT USE GRATE OR. ELEVATE
FIRE - BUILD WOOD FIRE DIRECTLY ON HEARTH, OPERATE WITH FEED DGOR
CLOSED. REPLACE GLASS ONLY WITH CERAMIC GLASS. INSPECT AND CLEAN
CHIMNEY FREQUENTLY. UNDER CÉRTAIN CONDITIONS OF USE, CREOSOTE
BUILDUP MAY OCCUR RAPIDLY. __- | |
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PROBLEM
EXCESSIVE CREOSOTE
_ BUILDUP
GLASS IS DIRTY
LOW HEAT OUTPUT
WON'T BURN OVERNIGHT
STOVE WON'T BURN
CAUSE
1. Wood is too wet.
2. Tuming down air control to
soon. |
- 3.Draft too low.
1. See 1, 2, 3 above.
2. Door gasket leakage.
1. Wood is wet.
2. Fire too small.
1. Air control set too high.
2. Not enough wood.
1. Combustion air supply is
blocked.
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CURE
- Use dry wood.
- Do not turn down until:
a) there is a good bed of coals
b) the wood is charred. |
- Improper chimney height and/or ;
diameter.
- Chimney plugged or restricted,
check flue.
- Provide outside air for
combustion.
- Replace gasket.
~ Check latch.
- Use dry wood.
- Build a larger fire.
- Set contro! lower. |
- Unsplit wood is prefered for
overnight burns. -
- check outside air supply for
obstructions (see Combustion
Air section),
2 chimney plugged or restricted —
Inspect & clean.
- chimney oversized or otherwise
unsuitable
— consult Dealer
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