tc54 installation and operating instructions

tc54 installation and operating instructions
IMPORTANT:
THESE INSTRUCTIONS ARE TO REMAIN
WITH THE HOMEOWNER
WARNING: If the information in this manual
is not followed exactly, a fire or explosion may
result causing property damage, personal injury
or loss of life.
FOR YOUR SAFETY
Installation and service must be performed
by a qualified installer, service agency or the
gas supplier.
WHAT TO DO IF YOU SMELL GAS
•
•
•
•
Do not try to light any appliance.
Do not touch any electrical switch;
Do not use any phone in your building.
Immediately call your gas supplier from a
neighbour’s phone. Follow the gas supplier’s
instructions.
• If you cannot reach your gas supplier call the
fire department.
TC54
INSTALLATION
AND OPERATING
INSTRUCTIONS
Do not store or use gasoline or other flammable
vapors and liquids in the vicinity of this or any
other appliance.
This appliance may be installed in an aftermarket
permanently located, manufactured home (USA
only) or mobile home, where not prohibited by
local codes.
This appliance is only for use with the type of gas
indicated on the rating plate. This appliance is
not convertible for use with other gases, unless
a certified kit is used.
This appliance is suitable for installation in a
bedroom or bed sitting room
TC54_C 271006-36
MODEL
TC54 SERIES C
MODULAR
DIRECT VENT FIREPLACE
5056.4256
Table of Contents
Caution ........................................................................................... 3
Safety ............................................................................................. 3
Fireplace Dimensions ..................................................................... 4
Minimum Clearances to Combustible Material ............................... 5
Installation Requirements ............................................................... 6
Manufactured (Mobile) Home ......................................................... 6
Window Frame Removal ................................................................. 6
Top Standoffs .................................................................................. 7
Locating The Fireplace ................................................................... 7
Framing and Finishing .................................................................... 8
Steel Stud Framing Kit .................................................................. 10
Hearth Extension .......................................................................... 12
Maestro Control ........................................................................... 13
– Plumbing and Electrical ............................................................. 13
Gas Supply ................................................................................... 15
Gas Pressure Check ..................................................................... 15
Vertical Termination Venting ......................................................... 16
Horizontal Termination Venting .................................................... 16
(Power Vented) ............................................................................. 16
Roof Termination Venting Chart .................................................... 17
Vent Terminal Clearance............................................................... 20
Vent Restrictor Adjustment ........................................................... 21
Firebox Panels Installation ............................................................ 22
Lighting Instructions ..................................................................... 23
First Fire ........................................................................................ 23
Maestro Control System ............................................................... 24
Remote Control Initial Setup ......................................................... 24
Maestro Control System - Operation ............................................ 25
APPENDIX
Maintenance ............................................................................. 28
Replacement Parts ................................................................... 29
Replacement Parts – Maestro Control System ......................... 30
Wiring Diagram ......................................................................... 31
Roof Termination Kit ............................................................... 32
Vent Pipe Dimensions .............................................................. 33
Vent Offset Chart ...................................................................... 34
Safety Label Location ............................................................... 35
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Caution
FOR YOUR SAFETY - Do not install or operate your Town & Country fireplace without
first reading and understanding this manual. Any installation or operational deviation from
the following instructions voids the Town & Country FireplacesTM Warranty and may prove
hazardous.
This appliance and its individual shut off valve must be disconnected from gas supply piping
system during any pressure testing of that system at test pressures in excess of 1/2 psig
(3.5 kPa).
This appliance must be isolated from the gas supply piping system by closing its individual
manual shut off valve during any pressure testing of the gas supply piping system at test
pressures equal to or less than 1/2 psig (3.5 kPa).
Note: When lit for the first time, the appliance will emit a slight odour for a couple of hours.
This is due to the curing of paints, sealants and lubricants used in the manufacturing process.
This condition is temporary. Open doors and windows to ventilate area. Smoke and fumes
caused by the curing process may cause discomfort to some individuals.
Do not use the fireplace if any part has been under water. Immediately call a qualified service
technician to inspect the fireplace and to replace any part of the control system and any gas
control which has been under water.
Safety
Due to high temperatures, this gas appliance should be located out of traffic and away from
furniture and draperies.
Children and adults should be alerted to the hazards of high surface temperatures and
should stay away to avoid burns or clothing ignition.
Young children should be carefully supervised when they are in the same room as the appliance.
Clothing or other flammable material should not be placed on or near the appliance.
Any grill, panel or door removed for servicing the unit must be replaced prior to operating.
Failure to do so may create a hazardous condition.
Installation and repair should be done by a qualified service person. The appliance should
be inspected before use and at least annually by a professional service person. More frequent cleaning may be required due to excessive lint from carpeting, bedding material, etc..
It is imperative that control compartments, burners and circulating air passageways of the
appliance be kept clean.
It is our policy that no responsibility is assumed by the Company or by any of its employees
or representatives for any damages caused by an inoperable, inadequate, or unsafe condition which is the result, either directly or indirectly, of any improper operation or installation
procedures.
This appliance must not be connected to a chimney flue serving a separate solid
fuel burning appliance.
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Important Note for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts:
From Massachusetts Rules and Regulations 248 CMR 5.08:
(a) For all side wall horizontally vented gas fuelled equipment installed in every dwelling, building or structure used in whole or in part for residential
purposes, including those owned or operated by the Commonwealth and where the side wall exhaust vent termination is less than seven (7) feet above
finished grade in the area of the venting, including but not limited to decks and porches, the following requirements shall be satisfied.
1.
INSTALLATION OF CARBON MONOXIDE DETECTORS. At the time of installation of the side wall horizontal vented gas fuelled equipment, the
installing plumber or gas fitter shall observe that a hard wired carbon monoxide detector with an alarm and battery back-up is installed on the floor level
where the gas equipment is to be installed, in addition, the installing plumber or gas fitter shall observe that a battery operated or hard-wired carbon monoxide detector with an alarm is installed on each additional level of the dwelling, building or structure served by the side wall horizontal vented gas fuelled
equipment. It shall be the responsibility of the property owner to secure the services of qualified licensed professionals for the installation of hard-wired
carbon monoxide detectors.
a.
In the event that the side wall horizontally vented gas fuelled equipment is installed in a crawl space or an attic, the hard-wired carbon monoxide
detector with alarm and battery back-up may be installed on the next adjacent floor level.
b.
In the event that the requirements of this subdivision cannot be met at the time of completion of installation, the owner shall have a period of thirty
(30) days to comply with the above requirements; provided, however, that during said thirty (30) day period, a battery operated carbon monoxide detector
with an alarm shall be installed.
2.
APPROVED CARBON MONOXIDE DETECTORS. Each carbon monoxide detector as required in accordance with the above provisions shall
comply with NFPA 720 and be ANSI/UL 2034 listed as IAS certified.
3.
SIGNAGE. A metal or plastic identification plate shall be permanently mounted to the exterior of the building at a minimum height of eight (8) feet
above grade directly in line with the exhaust vent terminal for the horizontally vented gas fuelled heating appliance or equipment. The sign shall read, in
print size no less than one-half (1/2) inch in size, “GAS VENT DIRECTLY BELOW. KEEP CLEAR OF ALL OBSTRUCTIONS”.
4.
INSPECTION. The state or local gas inspector of the side wall horizontally vented gas fuelled equipment shall not approve the installation unless,
upon inspection, the inspector observes carbon monoxide detectors and signage installed in accordance with the provisions of 248 CMR 5.089(2)(a) 1
through 4.
(b) EXEMPTIONS. The following equipment is exempt from 248 CMR 5.089(2)(a) 1 through 4.
1.
The equipment listed in Chapter 10 entitled “Equipment Not Required To Be Vented” in the most current edition of NFPA 54 as adopted by the
Board; and
2.
Product Approved side wall horizontal vented gas fuelled equipment installed in a room or structure separate from the dwelling, building or structure
used in whole or in part for residential purposes.
(c) MANUFACTURER REQUIREMENTS – GAS EQUIPMENT VENTING SYSTEM PROVIDED. When the manufacturer of Product Approved side wall
horizontally vented gas equipment provides a venting system design or venting system components with the equipment, the instructions provided by the
manufacturer for installation of the equipment and the venting system shall include:
1.
Detailed instructions for the installation of the venting system design or the venting system components; and
2.
A complete parts list for the venting system design or venting system.
(d) MANUFACTURER REQUIREMENTS – GAS EQUIPMENT VENTING SYSTEM NOT PROVIDED. When the manufacturer of a Product Approved
side wall horizontally vented gas fuelled equipment does not provide the parts for venting the fuel gases, but identifies “special venting systems”, the following requirements shall be satisfied by the manufacturer.
1.
The referenced “special venting system” instructions shall be included with the appliance or equipment installation instructions; and
2.
The “special venting systems” shall be Product Approved by the Board, and the instructions for that system shall include a parts list and detailed
installation instructions.
(e) A copy of all installation instructions for all Product Approved side wall horizontally vented gas fuelled equipment, all venting instructions, all parts
lists for venting instructions, and/or all venting design instructions shall remain with the appliance or equipment at the completion of the installation.
Fireplace Dimensions
Fig. #1
16 7/16”
15 3/4”
59”
35 5/16”
63 7/8”
31 1/16”
44 1/8”
48 1/8”
53 9/16”
53 9/16”
31 1/16”
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Minimum Clearances to Combustible Material
Fig. #2
STEEL FRAMING
COMBUSTIBLE FRAMING AND
FINISH WALL ABOVE STANDOFFS
STANDOFFS
NON-COMBUSTIBLE ZONE.
DO NOT INSTALL ANY COMBUSTIBLE MATERIAL, ELECTRICAL WIRING OR GAS PLUMBING IN
THIS AREA.
MAY USE COMBUSTIBLE
FACING MATERIAL IN THIS AREA
NON-COMBUSTIBLE
FINISH MATERIAL
SEE FIG #7
MANTEL CLEARANCE
CHART
* MANTEL CLEARANCE
D
E
F
A
B
C
A
17”
B
15”
C
12”
** MANTEL DEPTH
TOP OF LINTEL BAR
FIREPLACE FRONT
D
12”
E
6”
F
1”
Fig. #3
CEILING
24”
MANTEL
**
*
ADJACENT WALL
OR MANTEL SUPPORT
4”
43 5/8”
A 18” DEEP, 2” THICK, NON-COMBUSTIBLE
HEARTH MUST BE PLACED IN FRONT OF
THE FULL WIDTH OF THE GLASS
Minimum Clearances:
Side standoffs ....................................................... 0 in.
(0 mm)
Back standoffs ...................................................... 0 in.
(0 mm)
Top standoffs ........................................................ 0 in.
(0 mm)
Bottom of appliance .............................................. 0 in.
(0 mm)
Adjacent side wall ................................................. 4 in.
(102 mm)
Ceiling to appliance ............................................ 24 in.
(610 mm)
*Mantel to appliance .................. ..........See Figure #2
**Maximum Mantel extension
..........See Figure #2w
Mantel support ...................................................... 4 in.
(102 mm)
Vent pipe (Top, sides and bottom) .................1 3/4" in.
(45 mm)
UNIT MAY BE RECESSED UP TO 6" WITH NON-COMBUSTIBLE MASONRY TYPE MATERIAL
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NOTE:
To ensure that the hearth
does not interfere with the
window frame, the fireplace must be raised.
Refer to ‘Hearth Extension’
section for details.
Installation Requirements
The Town & Country Fireplace installation and venting must conform to the current
CAN/CGA-B149 installation code (in Canada) or the current National Fuel Gas Code,
ANSI Z223.1 (in the USA), and approved per local codes. Only qualified (licensed or
trained) personnel should install this product.
In the state of Massachusetts, only a licensed Plumber and Gas Fitter may install
this product.
Manufactured (Mobile) Home
In some jurisdictions, the Town & Country Fireplace may be installed in Manufactured Homes
after the "first sale". Consult local codes for approval. The fireplace must be fastened
in place.
Install in accordance with the current standard Mobile Homes, CAN/CSA Z240 MH (in
CANADA), and the Manufacturer's Home Construction and Safety Standard, Title 24 CFR,
Part 3280 or the current Standard for Fire Safety Criteria for Manufactured Home Installations, Sites and Communities ANSI/NFPA 501A (in the USA).
Fig. #4
Window Frame Removal
Warning: Turn off the fireplace, and allow ample time for the unit to cool before
proceeding.
Caution: The ceramic glass is very fragile, and should be handled with care.
The window frame is held in place by two spring-loaded latches and are operated by a
removable handle. The handle is packaged with the instructions.
1.
Fig. #5
Insert the latch handle onto the catch located 6” down from the top corners. Rotate up
to disengage each of the two catches.
2. Tilt the top of the window frame out to clear the top edge of the unit. Grasp the sides of
the frame and lift up and out to disengage from its bottom track.
3. Place the window frame in a safe place to avoid damage.
Reassemble in reverse order.
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Top Standoffs
The top standoffs are shipped loose inside
the fireplace and must be installed on top of
the fireplace as shown in Fig 6. Do this once
the fireplace is on site and in position.
Fig. #6
TOP STANDOFFS
Locating The Fireplace
In planning the installation for the fireplace, it is necessary to determine where the unit is to
be installed, location of vent system and where gas supply piping may be plumbed. Various
installations are possible, such as, into an existing wall, a corner, a built-in wall or a wall
projection (Fig 7). Due to high temperatures, do not locate this fireplace in areas of high
traffic or near furniture or draperies.
The minimum clearances from the fireplace to combustible surfaces must be adhered
to and are shown in Fig 2 and Fig 3.
Fig. #7
EXAMPLES OF COMMON LOCATIONS
SEE FIG #9 FOR DIMENSIONS
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Framing and Finishing
Note: The fireplace should be in place
and venting installed before framing in or
building an enclosure around the unit.
The Town & Country fireplace must be framed
in as described below or totally enclosed
with non-combustible material, such as facing brick.
Determine the total thickness of facing
material to be used. A thickness of 3/4" will
allow the finishing surface to be flush with
the front of the unit. If preferred, additional
masonry type non-combustible material can
be installed above and to the sides up to 6
inches proud of the appliance. The finishing material must not interfere with glass
frame access.
steel frame to the framing brackets on each
side of the unit. Ensure that the studs are
set back far enough to allow for thickness of
finishing surface.
The sides, back and top of the fireplace can
be framed in up to the steel studs and the
fireplace standoffs using conventional lumber. Consult local building codes for specific
requirements.
Chase Insulation: When installing this
fireplace against a non-insulated exterior wall
or chase, it is recommended that the outer
walls be insulated to same degree as other
exterior walls. Do not place fireplace directly
against the insulation. Cover the insulation
and plastic vapour barrier with a solid surface,
such as dry wall (sheet rock). Consult local
codes. Do not insulate or use plastic vapour
barrier within the framing kit.
Due to high temperatures, concrete board is
supplied with the fireplace and must be used
to sheet in the front of the fireplace, extending
18 3/4" above and 5 7/8" to the side of the
framing edge bars. (Fig 7) Standard sheet rock
(dry wall) may be used beyond this.
A Steel Stud Framing Kit is supplied with the
fireplace and must be used unless the fireplace is totally enclosed with non-combustible
material. Assemble the framing kit as per the
instructions on page 10 & 11 of this manual.
Attach the steel frame to the fireplace once
the fireplace is in its final position. Secure the
Fig. #8
STEEL STUD FRAMING KIT DIMENSIONS
(Supplied with fireplace)
NON-COMBUSTIBLE ZONE. DO NOT INSTALL ANY
COMBUSTIBLE MATERIAL, ELECTRICAL WIRING, INSULATION, PLASTIC VAPOR BARRIER OR GAS PLUMBING
WITHIN THE STEEL STUD FRAMING
63 1/2"
ALL OTHER FRAMING CAN
BE DONE WITH
CONVENTIONAL LUMBER
18 3/4"
63 1/2"
44 1/8"
63 7/8"
5"
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Fig. #9
CONCRETE BOARD DETAIL
CONCRETE BOARD
18 3/4
CONCRETE BOARD (OR
OTHER NON-COMBUSTIBLE
MATERIAL) MUST EXTEND
18 3/4" ABOVE AND 5" TO
THE SIDES OF THE FRAMING EDGES.
5 7/8
Fig. #10
NON-COMBUSTIBLE RECESSED
INSTALLATION DETAIL
CONCRETE BOARD
STEEL STUDS
NON-COMBUSTIBLE
MASONRY TYPE MATERIAL
Fig. #11
MINIMUM COMBUSTIBLE FRAMING DIMENSIONS
63 3/4
69 7/8
INCLUDING SHEET ROCK
69 7/8
63 3/4
NOTE: FIREPLACE SHOULD BE IN ITS FINAL LOCATION BEFORE FRAMING.
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Steel Stud Framing Kit
Each Kit Contains:
TC54.FRKT
Item
Part #
Description
Qty.
1
5048.401
SCREW, TEKS
#8 x 1/2
Pkg
40
2
8193
STUD, SIDES,
63 3/4”L
2
STUD, OUTER
SIDES, 63 3/4”L
2
STUD, CENTER,
19 7/16”L
3
STUD, HEADER,
63 1/2”L
1
STUD, PLATE,
57 1/16”L
1
1
2
3
3
8192
4
4
8195
5
5
8194
6
6
8194.2
7
8198
CONCRETE BOARD,
TOP18 3/4” x 31 3/4” 2
8
8198.5
CONCRETE BOARD,
SIDE 5” x 44 1/8”
2
9
9194.5
BASE PLATE
5 3/4”L
7
8
10
10
10
5049.993
SCREW, DRYWALL,
1 1/4”
2
Pkg
30
9
Fig. #12
1.
Top Frame Assembly
•
Lay out side studs (2) and center studs
(4) on a large flat surface. (Fig 12)
•
Using the screws provided (1), attach the
header stud (5) and the plate stud (6) to
the center studs (4).
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2. Attach Side Studs (Legs)
•
Attach the outer side studs (3) to the top
of the header stud (5). (Fig 13)
•
Fasten the outer side studs (3) at the
bottom using the base plates (7).
3. Attach the Assembled Frame to
the Unit
•
Fig. #13
Fig. #14
Align the assembled frame to the unit
framing brackets. (Fig 14) Attach at the
fastening points through the access
holes in the outer side studs (3).
4. Secure to Existing Framing
•
Secure the frame assembly to existing
framing through the stud header (5) and
the stud plates (7).
5. Install Concrete Board Top and Sides
•
Fig. #15
Use drywall screws (10) to install the
concrete board top (8) and sides (9).
(Fig 15)
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Hearth Extension
Fig. #16
WINDOW FRAME
* (See
Caution)
HEARTH EXTENSION
WINDOW TRACK
SUB-FLOOR
* Caution:
A minimum 2" thick non-combustible hearth extension extending 18" in front of this fireplace
must be fitted if a combustible sub floor extends in front of the fireplace. To ensure that the
hearth does not interfere with the window frame the fireplace must be raised to ensure that
the hearth extension is no more than 1" above the bottom of the fireplace.
The fireplace can be raised using combustible or non-combustible materials ensuring that
it is fully supported along the full width and depth of the fireplace.
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Maestro Control
– Plumbing and Electrical
ACCESS PANEL
The gas control system is located on the right hand side of the firebox behind an access
panel and the decorative firebox panel (if installed). The fireplace is operated via a wall
switch that can be located up to 25 ft. away from the fireplace and also by a hand held
remote control unit.
Fig. #17
Installation
1.
Place the fireplace in the desired location.
2. Remove the window and log pack from the fireplace.
3. Remove access panel from right hand side of the firebox (Fig 17)
Fig. #18
5. Connect a 110 V. AC electrical supply to the outlet installed inside the control box
(Fig 18)
OUTLET
Fig. #19
6. Connect the gas supply to each of the valves (Fig 19)
(See gas supply section)
GAS CONNECTIONS
Fig. #20
7.
Plug the A/C adaptors into the outlet (Fig 20)
8. Attach the electrical box for the supplied wall control to the framing in the desired
location (up to 25 ft. away).
ADAPTERS
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9. Route the control cable as required to the wall control electrical box.
Fig. #21
10. Attach the control cable to the wall control. (Fig 21)
11. Insert the 4 supplied “AA” batteries into the battery pack and connect to wall control. (Fig
22)
12. Fasten the wall switch to the electrical box.
13. Fasten the faceplate to switch
14. If not already installed, install the burner and log set using the instructions supplied
with the burner kit.
Fig. #22
15. Turn on the gas supply and check that all connections are tight and leak free.
16. Turn on gas and electrical supplies.
17. Press the center button on the wall control (Fig 23). The igniter will start to spark.
After a short delay the pilot will light, followed by the main burner.
Fig. #23
18. Press the up button on the wall control
and hold it for 5 seconds or until a clicking
sound is heard from the gas control. Release the button, check manifold pressure
and ensure that it’s correct. (Fig 24)
Fig. #24
19. Press the center button of the wall control.
The fireplace will shut off.
20. Install the remaining screws in the access
panel and tighten.
21. Remove the pressure gauge and the
extension test fitting and thread the pressure test port plug into the pressure test
port. Thread sealant is required on the
threads.
22. Turn the fireplace on and verify that
the connections are tight.
Fig. #25
Standing Pilot Function
(Only for use where permitted)
The control system on this fireplace is shipped to operate with an electronic ignition. If required
the system can be converted to a standing pilot by depressing a recessed button located
on the lower right hand side of the wall control. (Fig 25) This should be depressed with a
paperclip, pencil or other thin object. Once activated the pilot will run continuously. Please
check with your local inspector to ensure that this is permitted in your area.
LEARN BUTTON
STANDING PILOT BUTTON
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Gas Supply
Caution: The gas line should be installed by a qualified service person in accordance with
all building codes. This section is intended as a guide for qualified technicians installing this
appliance. Consult local and / or national building codes before proceeding.
This fireplace has two gas controls and gas lines must be run to both by the installer in order
for the fireplace to operate correctly.
Gas supply line access holes are located at the top and left sides of the Control Box. Gas
valve inlet accepts a 3/8" N.P.T. fitting. Correct gas line diameter must be used to assure
proper operation and pressure.
The fireplace has an input rate of 93,000 BTU/HR on both Natural Gas and Propane.
Gas Pressure Check
Note: To test the gas pressure, turn off the gas supply before removing the blanking
plug from the supply pressure test port or manifold pressure test port.
There are four ports on this fireplace. The top two are connected to the rear burner
and the bottom two are to the front burner. Manifold pressures should be checked on
both to ensure they are correct.
Verify gas pressures with the fireplace lit and on the highest setting.
Fig. #25a
SUPPLY PRESSURE
Please refer to the Burner Installation Manual for gas testing procedure.
REAR
MANIFOLD PRESSURE
SUPPLY PRESSURE
FRONT
MANIFOLD PRESSURE
Correct gas pressure requirement:
Natural Gas
Propane
5.0" WC
12.5" WC
Max. Pressure
13.9" WC
13.9" WC
Manifold Pressure
Maximum
Minimum
3.8" WC
2.1" WC
11" WC
5.5" WC
Min. Pressure
(For purpose of input adjustment)
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Horizontal Termination Venting
(Power Vented)
NOTE:
It is recommended that
the High Capacity Power
Vent Terminal be painted
with hi-temp paint. See
manual for details.
This unit can be vented horizontally (wall termination) ONLY with an approved
High Capacity Power Vent Kit (TCVT.PVAX2) using TC 8x11 Vent Pipe.
Please use the instructions provided with the optional High Capacity Power
Vent Kit when planning any installation where a horizontal termination is
required.
Vertical Termination Venting
Before installing vertical venting (roof termnation) for this unit, the installer should read these
instructions to insure that the proper vent configuration has been selected.
Use only Town and Country Termination kit:
TCVT.RTA - Roof Termination Kit
Vent system components approved for use with the Town and Country Fireplace are shown
in Fig 26.
Fig. #26
NOTE:
Vent System
Components
Town &
Country Code
A vertically vented TC54
cannot be power-vented.
12" Pipe Length ......................................TCVT.811X12
18" Pipe Length ......................................TCVT.811X18
24" Pipe Length ......................................TCVT.811X24
48" Pipe Length ......................................TCVT.811X48
18" Adjustable Pipe Length .....................TCVT.811X12ADJ
45° Elbow ...............................................TCVT.811XLB45
Wall/Offset Support ................................TCVT.811XOS
Roof Termination Kit ...............................TCVT.RTA
Wall Shield / Ceiling Firestop ..................TCVT.THIMA
Roof Flashing, Adjustable .......................TCVT.811FLADJ
Roof Flashing, Flat .................................TCVT.811FLFLT
Roof Flashing, Steep ..............................TCVT.811FLSTP
...............................................................or any that fits 11" pipe
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Roof Termination Venting Chart
Various combinations of vent runs may be
used. Refer to Fig 27 for details. For optimum
performance and flame appearance, keep
the vent length to a minimum and limit the
number of elbows. Connections between
each vent system component must be tightly
joined, secured with sheet metal screws and
sealed.
Fig. #27
48'
MAX.
40'
CAUTION:
Under no condition
should combustible
material be closer than
1 3/4 inches from any
part of the vent pipe.
Only 45º elbows can be
used in this vent system.
MINIMUM VENT HEIGHT
WITH PROPANE
20'
MINIMUM VENT HEIGHT
WITH NATURAL GAS
10'
4' MAX.
8'
6'
4'
2'
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Ceiling Opening:
Fig. #28
1.
A
Determine the exact position of the fireplace so that the vent pipe is centred (if possible)
between two building framing members. Lay out the vent system path, minimizing the
number of elbows and length of vent. Consult your local building codes prior to proceeding.
2. Cut and frame a 14 1/2" opening in the floor, ceiling or roof where the vent system will
pass. Size of the opening in the roof may need to be increased as the pitch of the roof
increases. Avoid cutting rafters.
Ceiling Firestop:
B
Where a vent pipe passes through a floor or ceiling, a ceiling firestop must be used to retain
insulation and maintain proper clearances.
Size of the opening will have to
increase with the pitch of the
roof to ensure a 1 3/4" inch air
space clearance between vent
pipe and combustibles.
Roof Pitch
A
B
0/12
4/12
6/12
8/12
12/12
14 1/2"
16 1/2"
18"
19 3/4"
24"
7 1/4"
8 3/4"
10"
11"
13 3/4"
From below, push the ceiling firestop through the opening and secure in place. If the firestop
is used to penetrate a floor, the outer shield may be trimmed in length. If the firestop penetrates into an attic, leave the shield full length to keep insulation away from the vent pipe.
Additionally, after the vent pipe is in place, install a storm collar on top of the shield. This will
prevent loose insulation from falling into the area between the vent pipe and the shield.
Vent Pipe:
Fig. #29
VENT PIPE
1.
Install the first section of vent pipe into
the collar on top of the fireplace. Secure
in place with screws and seal with approved "High Temperature" self-adhesive
aluminium tape provided.
2. Continue adding vent pipe lengths up and
through the firestop(s) and through the
roof. The vent pipe must extend at least
24" above the roof.
Seal the vent pipe as per "Vent Pipe Sealant" section.
Roof Support Bracket:
Slip the roof support bracket down over the
vent pipe. Rotate the 90° brackets to accommodate roof pitch. Attach the brackets to the
roof joists with nails or building screws.Tighten
the band around the vent pipe and secure in
place with screws.
ROOF SUPPORT BRACKET
(TCVT.93915)
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Roof Vent Terminal:
1.
Place the roof flashing over top of the vent pipe and nail securely to the roof using roofing
nails, top and sides UNDER shingles, lower end OVER shingles to provide a watershed.
Make weather tight by sealing with a roofing compound. (Fig 36)
2.
Place the storm collar down over the vent pipe until it is level. Tighten storm collar for
a snug fit. Apply a thick horizontal ring of mastic around the pipe at top of the storm
collar. (Fig 36)
3. Lower the roof vent terminal cap over the vent pipe and secure in place with screws
provided. (Fig 36) Seal screw heads and joint with caulking to prevent any moisture
entering the venting system.
Fig. #36
VERTICAL TERMINATION CAP
(TCVT.9365)
VENT PIPE
MASTIC
STORM COLLAR
(TC42.90665)
FLASHING
NOTE: ADJUSTABLE FOR VARIOUS ROOF
PITCHES, FROM FLAT ROOF TO 12/12 PITCH
ROOF.
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Vent Terminal Clearance
Minimum clearances to the vent terminal
must be maintained as shown in figure #31.
Measure clearances to the nearest edge of
termination hood.
Fig. #31
VENT TERMINAL MINIMUM CLEARANCES
TO ADJACENT STRUCTURES
NOTE: Vent terminal must not be
recessed
NOTE: LOCAL CODES OR REGULATIONS
MAY REQUIRE DIFFERENT
CLEARANCES.
Vent Pipe Sealant
Fig. #32
All outer joints of the vent pipe must be sealed
with the approved "High Temperature" selfadhesive aluminium tape provided. Wrap the
tape completely around the joint and press
firmly in place.
APPROVED “HIGH TEMP.”
SELF-ADHESIVE TAPE
VENT PIPE
Insulated Collar Shield
(Included Pt# TC36.9709)
After sealing the vent pipe, an insulating
blanket and cover must be installed around
the vent pipe. Place flush with the top of the
unit and secure by fitting tabs through slots
and bending over tabs 180° as shown in Fig.
#32a. The parts required are included.
NOTE: Bend tabs to 90° away from arc bend
prior to installation to ease the process.
Fig. #32a
INSULATION
COVER
(2 PCS.)
BEND
TABS
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Vent Restrictor Adjustment
The vent restrictor is located on the underside of the firebox top. The unit leaves the factory
with the vent restrictor wide open. The restrictor is built into the appliance for secondary air
flow adjustment. Adjustment enables tuning the airflow for optimum flame appearance and
performance for a wide variety of vent configurations.
Fig. #33
WALL AND ROOF
TERMINATION
RESTRICTOR POSITION
Setting:
•
•
•
determine the vent height
determine the vent horizontal length
from the chart determine the restrictor position
48'
Refer to the chart in Fig. 33 for the correct position of restrictor for the vent configuration of
your installation. Restrictor positions are based upon lab tests. The ideal position may vary
slightly with installation.
2" OPEN
Restrictor position is too closed if the flame has the following characteristics:
30'
•
•
•
Flame is excessively tall and lifting.
Flame lacks movement.
Flame soots.
4" OPEN
Restrictor position is too open if the flame has the following characteristics:
•
•
Flame height is low.
Flame has excessive movement.
20'
To adjust the restrictor:
•
•
•
FULLY OPEN
Loosen the screw holding the restrictor.
Move the restrictor to its intended opening.
Re-tighten the screw
10'
1'
0'
Fig. #34
OPENING
VENT RESTRICTOR
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2'
3'
4'
Firebox Panels Installation
BEIGE HERRINGBONE ................. TCPN.771
TUSCAN ......................................... TCPN.772
HERITAGE RED ............................. TCPN.773
BLACK PORCELAIN .....................TCPN.774
(See Black Porcelain panel instruction manual for specific instructions for these panels)
A Firebox Panel Set must be installed for safe operation. Do not use the fireplace without
panels. Unpack and inspect all panels. The panels need to be installed before the logs are
in place.
Caution: The Firebox Panels are very fragile, and should be handled with care.
UPPER FIREBOX
SHIELD
SIDE PANEL
RETAINER
1.
Remove the Side Panel Retainers located on the underside of the upper firebox heat
shield. The retainers are each held in place by one screw
.
2. Install the Lower Rear Panel.
Fig. #35
3. Install the Left Side Panel by inserting the bottom of the panel in first and then angling
it up into position.
4. Install the Rear Upper Panel.
5. Install the Right Side Panel by inserting the bottom of the panel in first and then angling
it up into position.
6. Re-install the Side Panel Retainers.
7.
Install the Left and Right Front Panels.
Fig. #36
REAR UPPER
PANEL
(HERRINGBONE
PANEL SET SHOWN)
REAR LOWER
PANEL
LEFT SIDE
PANEL
RIGHT SIDE
PANEL
LEFT FRONT
PANEL
RIGHT FRONT
PANEL
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Lighting Instructions
FOR YOUR SAFETY READ BEFORE LIGHTING
WARNING: If you do not follow these instructions
exactly, a fire or explosion may result causing
property damage, personal injury or loss of life.
A. This appliance is equipped with an ignition device which automatically lights the pilot. Do not try to light the pilot by hand.
B. BEFORE LIGHTING smell all around the appliance area for gas.
Be sure to smell next to the floor because some gas is heavier
than air and will settle on the floor.
WHAT TO DO IF YOU SMELL GAS:
- Do not try to light any appliance.
- Do not touch any electric switch; do not use any phone in your
building.
- Immediately call your gas supplier from a neighbour's phone.
Follow the gas supplier's instructions.
- If you cannot reach your gas supplier, call the fire department.
C. Use only your hand to push in or turn the gas control knob. Never
use tools. If the knob will not push in or turn by hand, don't try
to repair it, call a qualified service technician. Force or attempted repair may result in a fire or explosion.
D. Do not use this appliance if any part has been under water.
Immediately call a qualified service technician to inspect the
appliance & to replace any part of the control system & any gas
control which has been under water.
LIGHTING INSTRUCTIONS
1. STOP! Read the safety information above on this label.
2. Set wall switch/ hand held remote to lowest setting.
3. This appliance is equipped with an ignition device which
automatically lights the pilot. Do not try to light the pilot by
hand.
4. Push the "On/ Off" switch to the fireplace Off.
5. Allow sufficient length of time (minimum 5 minutes) for any
gas in the combustion chamber to escape. If you still smell
gas, STOP! Follow "B" in the safety information above on
this label. If you don't smell gas, go to the next step.
6. Push the "On/ Off" switch to turn the fireplace on.
- If the burner does not light, repeat steps 4 through 6.
- If the burner will not light or stay lit after several
tries,push the "On/ Off" switch to the fireplace off and
call your service technician or gas supplier.
Note: Sufficient time must be allowed for air to escape
from lines if the unit is being lit for the first time.
7. Set fireplace to desired setting by using either the wall
switch or hand held remote.
TO TURN OFF GAS TO APPLIANCE
1. Set wall switch / hand held remote to lowest setting.
2. Push the "on/ off" switch to the "Off" position.
3. Turn off all electric power to the appliance and remove
backup batteries if service is to be performed or for extended
shutdown.
Due to high surface temperatures, keep children, clothing and furniture away. Keep burner and control compartment
clean. See installation and operating instructions accompanying the appliance.
A cause de la temperature elevee des parios, tenir eloignes les enfants, les vetements et les meubles. Maintenir propres le
bruleur et le compartiment de commande. Voir les instructions relatives a l'installation et au fonctionnement qui accompagnent
l'appareil.
CAUTION: Hot while in operation. Do not touch. Severe burns may result. Keep children, clothing,
furniture, gasoline and other liquids having flammable vapours away. Keep burner and control compartment
clean. See installation and operating instructions accompanying the appliance.
ATTENTION:
L'appareil est chaud lorsqu'il fonctionne. Ne pas toucher l'appareil. Risque de
brûlures graves. Serveiller les enfants. Garder les vêtements, le meubles, l'essence ou autres liquides
produisant des vapeurs inflammables loin de l'appareil. S'assurer que le brûleur et le compartiment des
commandes sont propres. Voir les instructions d'installation et d'utilisation qui accompagnent l'appareil.
310106
5051.173
5-TC30
First Fire
When lit for the first time, the fireplace will emit a slight odour for a couple of hours. This
is due to the curing of paints, sealants and lubricants used in the manufacturing process.
This condition is temporary. Open doors and windows to ventilate area. Smoke and fumes
caused by the curing process may cause discomfort to some individuals.
It is normal for fireplaces fabricated of steel to give off some expansion and/or contraction
noises during the start up or cool down cycle. Similar noises are found with your furnace
heat exchanger or cook stove oven.
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Maestro Control System
Remote Control Initial Setup
This fireplace is supplied with a wall control
and hand held remote control.
Fig. #37
Fig. #38
Please note only genuine Town & Country
Fireplace wall controls and hand held
remote controls can be used on this
fireplace.
1.
Initial set up of the hand held remote is
required. A “learn” button is located on the
lower left hand side of the wall switch.This
should be depressed with a paperclip,
pencil or other thin object. (Fig 37)
2. Once this has been pressed, press the
center button on the hand held remote.
(Fig 38) The fireplace will then turn on.
3. Turn off the fireplace by pressing the
center button again. The handset is now
synchronized with the fireplace.
Initial Settings
LEARN BUTTON
STANDING
PILOT BUTTON
(Time and temperature)
1.
Press and hold the A1 and A2 buttons
at the same time until the temperature
symbol flashes. (Fig 39)
ON / OFF BUTTON
Fig. #39
2. Use the up and down arrows to set preferred temperature units. (°F or °C)
3. Press OK and the “hour” value will start
to flash.
FLASHES
4. Use the up and down arrows to set the
“hour” value.
5. Press OK and the “minute” value will
flash.
6. Use the up and down arrows to set the
“minute” value.
7.
DAY
HOUR:
MIN
Press OK and the “day” value will
flash.
HOLD A2
HOLD A1
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Childproof Lock
Fig. #40
An additional feature of this remote control is the childproof lock. To activate this system
press and hold the timer and thermostat buttons for approx. 5 seconds until the “lock” symbol
appears on the remote display. (Fig 40) The remote control hand set buttons are now locked
and the lock symbol will reappear every time a button is pressed on the remote control until
the timer and thermostat buttons are pressed and held again.
Note: The fireplace can still be operated normally using the wall control even with the remote
control buttons locked.
HOLD
HOLD
Maestro Control System - Operation
Each Town and Country Maestro Control system comes equipped with a manual mode on
the wall control and hand held remote, and three programmable modes accessible with the
hand remote.
Fig. #41
Manual Mode
(On remote and wall control)
Basic operation of the fireplace can be performed with the wall control or remote hand set.
(ON / OFF, as well as flame modulation UP/ DOWN).
The center button on the remote control can be used to turn the fireplace ON and OFF.
With the fireplace off, press the center button to turn it on. (The “MAN” and flame icons will
be displayed on the screen) A second push will turn it off. (The “MAN” and flame icons will
disappear from the screen)
When the fireplace is on, the up and down buttons located above and below the center button are used to modulate the flame height. (Fig 41)
Countdown Timer Mode
FLAME
UP
ON / OFF
(Operates the fireplace for a preset length of time)
1. Press the timer button and the time will flash on the lower center of the display.
(Fig 42)
2. When display is flashing, use the up and down arrows to set the length of time you
would like the fireplace to run. (The range is 10 minutes minimum to 180 minutes
maximum). (Fig 43)
3. Press the OK button and the timer is set and the control is in countdown timer mode.
4. To exit the timer mode press the Program, Manual or Thermostat buttons. Please note
that the first press of the Manual button will turn the fireplace off.
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FLAME
DOWN
Program Mode
Fig. #42
Fig. #44
(To preset up to two on and off periods per
day)
The program mode has two settings for
weekdays and two for weekends. The hand
held remote comes with the following pre
programmed settings:
Weekday Program
(Monday through Friday)
Program one (P1) turns ON at 7:00am and
turns OFF at 8:00am
Program two (P2) turns ON at 5:00pm and
turns OFF at 7:00pm
TIMER
Weekend Program
(Saturday and Sunday)
Program one (P1) turns ON at 9:00am and
turns OFF at 10:00am
Program two (P2) turns ON at 6:00pm and
turns OFF at 9:00pm
PROGRAM
Activate the programs by pressing the program button on the lower left hand side of the
remote hand set. (Fig 44)
To customize these setting:
Fig. #43
1.
Fig. #45
Hold the program button down until the
display flashes. (P1, weekday ON time
- [Fig 26])
2. Use the up and down buttons to change
the time to the desired ON time.
3. By pressing the OK button, the P1 weekday OFF time will flash. (Fig 45)
TIMER
RUN
DISPLAY
4. Use the up and down buttons to set the
desired OFF time.
5. Press the OK button and the P2 weekday
ON time will flash.
6. Repeat the process to set the P2 weekday, P1 weekend and P2 weekend programs.
7.
When the P2 OFF time is set and the
OK button is pressed the display will stop
flashing and the remote will be in program
The program settings are now stored in the remote handset and will not change unless the
above process is repeated or the batteries are removed from the handset.
To switch out of program mode, simply press one of the manual, timer or thermostat mode
buttons. Please note that if the manual button is pressed it will turn the fireplace off.
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Fig. #46
THERMOSTATIC MODE
BUTTON
Thermostatic Mode
Fig. #48
THERMOSTATIC BUTTON
(Only for use where permitted)
(Operates the fireplace within a set temperature range)
The fireplace is shipped with thermostatic
mode function deactivated. If this function
is permitted for use in your area it can be
activated by depressing the recessed button
on the underside of the hand held remote.
(Fig 46) Once activated the thermostat symbol
(Fig 47) will be displayed when the thermostat
button is pressed
To activate a set point temperature:
1.
Press the thermostat button to activate
the thermostat mode. The temperature
and thermostat symbols will appear.
2. Press and hold the thermostat button
on the lower right hand side of the hand
held remote for 5 seconds. (Fig 48) The
temperature icon on the display will flash.
(Fig 49)
Fig. #47
THERMOSTAT SYMBOL
3. While the temperature icon is flashing
use the up and down arrows to set the
temperature to the desired setting.
4. Once the desired setting is reached,
press the OK button. If the OK button is
not pressed the icon will continue to flash
for 5 seconds and then set itself to the
temperature displayed.
5. The fireplace is now in thermostatic mode.
To exit the thermostatic mode press the
program, manual or timer buttons. Please
note that the first press of the manual
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Fig. #49
TEMPERATURE SETTING
APPENDIX
Maintenance
CAUTION:
Turn off gas and electrical power supply (if applicable) and allow ample time for unit to
cool before servicing appliance. It is recommended that the fireplace and its venting
should be inspected at least once a year by a qualified service person.
Glass Panel:
Warning: Do not operate fireplace with glass panel removed, cracked or broken. Replacement of the glass panel should be done by a licensed or qualified service person.
Do not strike or otherwise impact the glass in anyway that may cause it to break. If the glass
becomes cracked or broken it must be replaced before using the fireplace. Replacement glass
can be obtained from your nearest Town & Country FireplacesTM dealer. The size required is
52" x 42" x 5mm. Use ceramic glass only. Do not substitute with any other type.
To remove broken glass, remove window frame as noted in "Window Frame Removal" section.
Unclip the Glass Retainer Clips located at the top and sides of the Window Frame. Pull the
top edge of the glass out of the frame first, then lift it up and out of the bottom edge.
Install the new piece of glass with the gasket into the frame so that the thicker bead of
gasket faces the fireplace.
Re-install glass retaining clips.
Annual Inspection:
a) Remove glass panel and log set. Inspect logs and burner assembly for soot buildup. If
excessive buildup of soot is present, have a qualified service person inspect and adjust
unit for proper combustion. Clean logs and burner with a brush or vacuum cleaner, paying
close attention to burner ports. Replace ember material if needed.
Fig. #50
b) Check the pilot system for proper flame size and operation. Clean pilot free of soot, dust
or any other deposits. (See Fig. #50)
PILOT
c) Check that the vent pipe and vent terminal are open and free from blockage or debris. If
the venting is disassembled for cleaning, it must be properly assembled and re-sealed.
Refer to VENTING section for proper procedure.
FLAME SENSOR
PILOT FLAME
d) Check glass panel gasket, replace if necessary. It is important that the glass seal be
maintained in good condition.
ELECTRODE
e) Check and replace batteries as needed.
Note: The appliance area must be kept clear and free from combustible materials, gasoline
and other flammable vapours and liquids.
Periodically:
a) Viewing glass may be cleaned as necessary with fireplace glass cleaner.
b) Exterior finish may be cleaned with mild soap and water.
CAUTION:
Do not use abrasive cleaners on glass or any other part of the fireplace.
Do not clean glass when hot.
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Replacement Parts
(WHEN ORDERING, INCLUDE PART NUMBER WITH DESCRIPTION)
ITEM
DESCRIPTION
PART NO.
#1
TC54 BODY ASSEM ...............................TC54.CE
#2
FRAME & GLASS ASSEM .....................TC54. 8120
#3
FRAMIMG KIT ........................................TC54. FRKIT
ITEM
DESCRIPTION
PART NO.
#4
PANEL SETS
HERRINGBONE ..................................TCPN.771
TUSCAN ..............................................TCPN.772
HERITAGE RED ..................................TCPN.773
#1
1c
1b
1a
1d
#2
2a
1e
MAESTRO CONTROL ASSEMBLY - See Page 30
4b
#4
2b
3a
#3
4a
4c
4f
4d
3b
4e
#2.....FRAME & GLASS ASSEMBLY
2a REPLACEMENT GLASS (c/w gasket)
2b GLASS FRAME
GLASS RETAINER (not shown)
GLASS GASKET KIT (not shown)
KIT CONTENTS:
#1.....TC54 BODY ASSEMBLY
1a FIREBOX SHIELD (c/w insulation)
1b FLUE DAMPER
1c
COLLAR SHIELD
1d SPRING LATCH ASSEMBLY(2)
1e CONTROL ASSEMBLY HOLDER
REMOVABLE LATCH HANDLE (not shown)
BRICK PANEL RETAINER (not shown)
2a REPLACEMENT GLASS (c/w gasket)
2b GLASS FRAME
GLASS RETAINER (not shown)
GLASS GASKET KIT (not shown)
3a STEEL STUDS
3b CONCRETE BOARD
#3.....FRAMIMG KIT
3a STEEL STUDS
3b CONCRETE BOARD
#4.....PANEL SETS
4a PANEL, LEFT SIDE
4b PANEL, UPPER
4c
PANEL, RIGHT SIDE
4d PANEL, LEFT BASE
4e PANEL, RIGHT BASE
4f
PANEL, LOWER BACK
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Replacement Parts – Maestro Control System
(WHEN ORDERING, INCLUDE PART NUMBER WITH DESCRIPTION)
ITEM .......DESCRIPTION ................................................. PART NO.
ITEM .......DESCRIPTION ........................................... PART NO.
#1.......... CONTROL ASSEMBLY KIT .................... TCRP.9271A
#5.......... COMMUNICATION CABLE KIT ......... TCRP.5005.062
#2.......... BULKHEAD ASSEMBLY KIT .................. TCRP.9284
#6.......... CONTROL BOX KIT ........................... TCRP.8170WLD
#3.......... UTILITY BOX ASSEMBLY KIT ................ TCRP5024.405
#7.......... REMOTE HAND SET ......................... 5005.05
#4.......... WALL SWITCH ASSSEMBLY KIT .......... TCRP5005.04
#8.......... TEST FITTING .................................... 5019.104
NOTE:
THERE ARE TWO VALVES ON THIS
FIREPLACE.
ALL COMPONENTS ARE COMMON
BETWEEN THE TWO ASSEMBLIES.
#1
#6
6a
1b
1m
1l
1a
1c
6b
1f
1d
1i
2a
5b
2e
1e
5c
1g
2b
5a
1h
1k
2f
2c
2d
4a
#8
1j
#5
4c
4b
3a
#2
3c
#3
KIT CONTENTS:
#7
#4
3b
#1.... CONTROL ASSEMBLY KIT
1a VALVE c/w FITTINGS
1b 1/4" FLEX TUBE
1c 1/2" FLEX TUBE
1d CONTROL MOUNTING BRACKET
1e IGNITION MODULE
1f WIRING HARNESS
1g IGNITION/ SENSOR WIRES
1h PRESSURE TEST ASSEMBLY
1i
AC ADAPTOR
1j
TC36ST PLATE (A)
1k TC36ST PLATE (B
1l
WING NUT
1m TC30 MINIMUM RATE SCREW, NG
2a INLET PLATE
2b INLET PLATE GASKET
2c ELEC BULKHEAD GASKET
2d 1/2" BULKHEAD FITTING
2e 1/4" BULKHEAD FITTING
2f ELEC BULKHEAD FITTING
#2.... BULKHEAD ASSEMBLY KIT
2a INLET PLATE
2b INLET PLATE GASKET
2c ELEC BULKHEAD GASKET
2d 1/2" BULKHEAD FITTING
2e 1/4" BULKHEAD FITTING
2f ELEC BULKHEAD FITTING
#3.... UTILITY BOX ASSEMBLY KIT
3a UTILITY BOX
3b ELECTRICAL RECEPTACLE
3c COVER PLATE
#5.... COMMUNICATION CABLE KIT
5a 25’ COMMUNICATION CABLE
5b 1/4" BULKHEAD FITTING
5c 1/4" FLEX TUBE
#6.... CONTROL BOX KIT
6a CONTROL BOX
6b CONTROL BOX COVER
#7.... REMOTE HAND SET
#8.... TEST FITTING
#4.... WALL SWITCH ASSSEMBLY KIT
4a BATTERY HOLDER
4b WALL SWITCH COVER PLATE
4c WALL SWITCH
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Wiring Diagram
Fig. #53
120 Volt Hot wire (Black)
LOW Pressure Switch
Wall Switch Receiver
Communication Wires
1/4” Female
Connector
1/4” Male
Connector
HIGH
2
8
9
3 5
4
Communication Wires
1/4” Female
Connector
DELAY
RELAY
Power Vent Fans
115 VOLT
60 Hz
1.8A
115 VOLT
60 Hz
1.8A
AC Adaptor
1/4” Female
Connector
1/4” Male
Connector
120 Volt Power
Module
Low volt relay
inside the module
1/4” Male
Connector
AF-4000
1/4” Female
Connector
WHITE
GREEN
BLACK
ORANGE
1/4” Male
Connector
RED
BLACK
31
120 Volt Common wire (White)
120 Volt Power
1/4” Male
Connector
1/4” Female
Connector
1/4” Male
Low volt relay
Connector
inside the module
Module
120 Volt Power
AC Adaptor
TO VENT ADAPTOR
1/4” Male
Connector
BLACK
ORANGE
WHITE
GREEN
1/4” Female
Connector
AF-4000
RED
BLACK
1/4” Female
Connector
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Roof Termination Kit
TCVT.RTA
Fig. #54
VERTICAL
TERMINATION CAP
TCVT.9365
STORM COLLAR
TC42.90665
CEILING FIRESTOP
TCVT.THIMA
ROOF SUPPORT
BRACKET
TCVT.93915
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Vent Pipe Dimensions
Fig.
*
10 15/16"
9 1/2"
TCVT.8 11X12ADJ
11 1/8"
TCVT.8 11X _ _
12 9/16"
13 1/8"
TCVT.8 11XLB45
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12" PIPE ................. 10 1/4"
18" PIPE ................. 16 1/4"
24" PIPE ................. 22 1/4"
48" PIPE ................. 46 1/4"
Vent Offset Chart
Fig. #56
16 1/16”
A
12" PIPE
18" PIPE
24" PIPE
48" PIPE
B
13 7/16"
17 9/16"
21 7/8"
38 3/4"
C
23 1/4"
27 5/8"
31 3/4"
44 7/8"
A
C
1 1/4”
6 1/8”
ADDING AN ADJUSTABLE SECTION
TO PIPE WILL INCREASE OFFSET
BY 2 1/8" TO 6 3/4"
1 1/4”
B
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Safety Label Location
NOTE: The Safety Label is located on a plate found in a slot between the left hand side lintel
and the left hand side window frame. This plate is attached to the lintel with a cable.
VENTED GAS FIREPLACE - NOT FOR USE WITH SOLID FUEL
FOYER AU GAZ À ÉVACUATION - NE PAS UTILISER AVEC DU
COMBUSTIBLE SOLIDE
ANSI Z21.50b-2002 / CSA 2.22b-2002 Vented Gas Fireplaces
CAN/CGA 2.17-M91 Gas-Fired Appliance For Use At High Altitudes.
Certified for / Certifié pour Canada and U.S.A.
MODEL/
MODELE:
TC54
SERIES/
SERIE:
C
MADE IN CANADA
FABRIQUE AU CANADA
WH-
This Appliance is Equipped For Use With /
Cet Appareil est Équipé Pour Utilise Avec :
NATURAL GAS
GAZ NATUREL
LP-GAS
LP GAZ
FOR USE WITH/
EN CASE D’EMPLOI AVEC:
NATURAL GAS/
LP GAS/
DU GAZ NATUREL DU GAZ LP
Minimum supply pressure / Pression minimum d’alimentation:
5.0 in/wc / 5.0 po/c.e.
(1.25 kPa)
13.9 in/wc / 13.9 po/c.e.
(3.45 kPa)
3.4 in/wc / 3.4 po/c.e.
(0.85 kPa)
(For the purpose of input adjustment / dans le but de régler l’alimenation)
Maximum supply pressure / Pression maximum d’alimentation:
Manifold pressure / Pression de la tuyauterie:
Maximum
Orifice Size / Diametre de l’injectuer:
# 28
Input BTU/hr (kW) / Entree BTU/h (kW):
Max.: 93,000 (27.26)
Min.: 67,000 (19.63)
(3.57 mm)
12.5 in/wc / 12.5 po/c.e.
(3.11 kPa)
13.9 in/wc / 13.9 po/c.e.
(3.45 kPa)
11.0 in/wc / 11.0 po/c.e.
(2.74 kPa)
#43
(2.26 mm)
Max.: 93,000 (27.26)
Min.: 67,000 (19.63)
Optional components: Remote Heat Kit (TC36.RHKA), / Éléments facultatifs: Kit à Distance de la Chaleur (TC36.RHKA),
Blower electrical rating: 115v, 60hz, 0.5 A / Normes electriques du ventilateur: 115v, 60hz, 0.5 A
This appliance equipped for altitudes 0 - 4500 ft. (0 - 1372 m) / Cet unité est conçu pour des altitudes variant entre 0 - 4500 pieds (0 - 1372 m). In Canada, also
certified for installation in a bedroom or a bedsitting room / Aussi certifié pour installation dans une chambre à coucher ou une salle de séjour. This appliance
must be installed in accordance with local codes, if any; if none, follow the current CAN/CGA-B149 (Canada), or ANSI Z223.1 (USA) Installation Codes. Installer
l’appareil selon les codes ou règlements locaux, ou, en l’absence de tels règlements, selon les codes d’installation CAN/CGA-B149 (Canada), or ANSI Z223.1
(USA) en vigeur.
MANUFACTURED (MOBILE) HOME: This appliance is only for use with the type of gas indicated on the rating plate and may be installed in an aftermarket,
permanently located, manufactured (mobile) home where not prohibited by local codes. See owners manual for details.
FABRIQUEZ (MOBILE) MAISON: Cet appareil doit être utilisé uniquement avec le type de gaz indiqué sur la plaque signalétique et peut être installé dans une
maison préfabriquée (mobile) installée à demeure si les règlements locaux le permettent. Voir la notice du propriétaire pour plus de détails. Cet appareil ne
peut être converti à d’autres gaz sauf si une trousse de conversion certifiée est utilisée.
Install in accordance with the current standard Mobile Homes,CAN/CSA Z240 MH (in CANADA), and the Manufacturer’s Home Construction and Safety
Standard, Title 24 CFR, Part 3280, or the current Standard for Fire Safety Criteria for Manufactured Home Installations, Sites, and Communities ANSI/NFPA
501A, (in the U.S.A.). Cet appareil diot être installé conformemént aux exigences de la norme CAN/CSA Z240 MH en vigueur de l’ACNOR, Installations de gaz
dans les Constructions Mobiles.
FOR USE WITH GLASS DOORS CERTIFIED WITH THE APPLIANCE ONLY / POUR UTILISATION UNIQUEMENT AVEC LES PORTES IN VERRE CERTIFIÉES AVEC
L’APPAREIL
MINIMUM CLEARANCES TO COMBUSTIBLES / CLAIRANCES MINIMALES AVEC LES COMBUSTIBLE
Left and Right side are determined when facing the front of the appliance. / Les côtés droit et gauche se déterminent
en se mettant devant l’appareil et en lui faisant face.
Top, Back and Side Standoffs / Sommet, Arrière et Côté Butée
Sidewall to Appliance / Du mur latéral a l’appareil
Ceiling to Appliance / Plafond a l’appareil
Mantel to Appliance / Du manteau al’appareil
Maximum Mantel Extension / Allongement maximum du manteau
*See Installation Manual for more detail / Voyez des Directive
de l’Installation pour plus détaux.
Mantel Supports / Supports du manteau
Vent Pipe / Déchargez le Tuyau
0 in./ 0 po.
4 in./ 4 po.
24 in./ 24 po.
*17 in./ 17 po.
*12 in./ 12 po.
(0 mm)
(102 mm)
(610 mm)
(432 mm)
(305 mm)
4 in./ 4 po.
1.75 in./ 1.75 po.
(102 mm)
(45 mm)
Pacific Energy
Fireplace Products Ltd.
Duncan, British Columbia,
Canada
WARNING: Improper installation, adjustment, alteration, service or maintenance can cause injury or property damage. Refer to the owner’s information
manual provided with this appliance. For assistance or additional information, consult a qualified installer, service agency or the gas supplier.
AVERTISSEMENT: Une installation, un réglage, une modification, une réparation ou un entretien mal effectué peut causer des dommages matériels ou des
blessures. Voir la notice de l’utilisateur qui accompgne l’appareil. Pour de l’aide ou des renseignements supplémentaires, consultez un installateur, un technicien agréé ou le fournisseur de gaz.
060606
5050.72035
1-TC54-C
TC54_C 271006
35
Technical support: 1-877-715-2664
Web site: www.townandcountryfireplaces.net
2975 Allenby Rd., Duncan, BC V9L 6V8
Printed in Canada
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