Prescott Series Operation &

Prescott Series
Operation & Maintenance Manual
Table of Contents
ST. CROIX FEATURES .......................................................................................2
INSTALLATION.................................................................................................. 3
PREVENTING CHIMNEY FIRES .....................................................................3
SATISFACTORY PERFORMANCE................................................................. 3
APPROVED FUELS .............................................................................................3
Pellets, Cherry Pits & Pellet /Corn mix ...................................................3
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS......................................................................... 4
Control Board Features.............................................................................5
Thermostat Function – How does it work? .............................................6
Pre-Lighting Instructions..........................................................................7
Lighting Your Stove ................................................................................. 8
Shutting the Stove off ............................................................................... 9
Diagnostic Features....................................................................................9
Safety Features .........................................................................................10
Combustion Air Damper ........................................................................11
Flame Pattern Characteristics ................................................................11
MAINTAINING THE STOVE...........................................................................12
Daily Maintenance ........................................................................... 13-14
Periodic Maintenance ...................................................................... 14-15
Yearly Maintenance ......................................................................... 16-17
SAFE OPERATION ........................................................................................... 18
TROUBLESHOOTING AND FAQ ............................................................ 19-23
PARTS LAYOUT .......................................................................................... 24-25
WARRANTY....................................................................................................... 26
"Please read this entire manual before installation and use of this pellet fuel-burning
room heater. Failure to follow these instructions could result in property damage,
bodily injury or even death."
"Contact local building or fire officials about restrictions and installation inspection
requirements in your area.
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Dear St. Croix Wood Pellet Stove Owner:
Congratulations! Your purchase of a St. Croix wood pellet stove places you
among a select group of individuals who have demonstrated their concern about
residential heating efficiency and our environment.
This owner's manual is designed to help you obtain maximum benefit from your
St. Croix wood pellet stove.
Please read this manual in its entirety BEFORE operating your pellet stove. During
the manufacturing process every effort has been expended to ensure that each St.
Croix wood pellet stove meets the highest quality standards of material and
workmanship.
Here are some important aspects of wood pellet stove installation and operation
which you must observe in order to obtain maximum comfort and safety from your
new St. Croix wood pellet stove.
1. Have your new St. Croix wood pellet stove installed by trained, qualified
personnel.
2. Use only clean, dry quality wood pellets that are known to burn satisfactorily in
your stove.
3. Faithfully adhere to the maintenance program described in this manual. Thank
you for selecting a St. Croix wood pellet stove as the environmentally preferred
answer to your residential heating needs.
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Operation and Maintenance
Prescott Series Wood Pellet Stove
CAUTION: Operate this unit only with the fuel hopper lid closed. Failure to do so may result in
emission of products of combustion from the hopper under certain conditions. Maintain hopper
seal in good condition.
INSTALLATION
Proper installation is essential for safety, effective operation, warranty coverage, insurance
requirements and to meet local building codes. Installation requirements are described in the
Installation Manual included with your new stove.
PREVENTING CHIMNEY FIRES
Chimney fires can be prevented by properly operating the stove and by periodic inspection and
cleaning of the chimney. When wood is burned it produces tar and other organic vapors, which
combine with expelled moisture to form creosote. The creosote vapors condense in the relatively cool
chimney flue associated with a slow burning fire. As a result, creosote residue accumulates on the flue
lining and when ignited this creosote can result in an extremely hot chimney fire.
The chimney and chimney connector should be inspected at least once every two months during the
heating season to determine if a creosote build-up has occurred. If a significant layer of creosote has
accumulated (3 mm or more) it should be removed to reduce the risk of a chimney fire. Use of an
appropriately sized chimney brush or the services of a professional chimney sweep are recommended.
SATISFACTORY PERFORMANCE
The keys to satisfactory performance are: proper operation of the stove, diligent maintenance and
burning only dry, clean, quality fuel. Clinkers and ash are a by-product of combustion and are not
caused solely by your stove. Stove performance can be quickly and severely reduced if poor quality
pellets are used.
APPROVED FUELS
PELLETS - Pellets with excessive sawdust should be screened by sifting with 1/4" mesh screening.
Store Pellets under cover on a wooden pallet or other methods to ensure they do not become rain
soaked or absorb moisture from damp or wet floors. Do not store pellets within stove installation
clearances or within the space required for ash removal. The stove is not warranted against damage
caused by poor pellets, incorrect operation, poor maintenance or incorrect installation. NOTE:
Contact your dealer for more information on APFI approved wood pellet fuels.
CHERRY PITS - Cherry Pits will burn much in the same manner as pellets. They will have higher
ash content than Premium Pellets. Adjust your maintenance schedule accordingly. No standards exist
for cherry pits as a fuel. Inspect fuel before purchasing. The stove is not warranted against damage
caused by poor cherry pits, incorrect operation, poor maintenance or incorrect installation.
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ADDING CORN TO THE MIX - The Prescott is approved to burn a mixture of pellets and corn
(maximum 50% corn). The Thermostat Switch should be set to the Manual position. (See Fig. 2 on
page 5) Operation of the stove doesn’t change when burning a mixture of pellets and corn. The burn
pot will need to be cleaned on a daily basis, using the “Pot Scraper Tool” shown in figure 6 on page
12. Use the Pot Scraper Tool to remove any clinkers that build up because of the corn when needed.
For more information, read the Daily, Periodic and Yearly Maintenance section towards the back of
this manual.
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
A different type of heater. The pellet stove is neither a cord wood stove nor a furnace. Its operation
and maintenance differ from the traditional wood stove. FOLLOW THESE OPERATING
INSTRUCTIONS EXACTLY AS STATED TO ENSURE SAFE AND RELIABLE OPERATION.
1. Carefully read this “Operation and Maintenance” manual in its entirety BEFORE lighting your
stove for the first time.
2. Obtain final inspection and approval of installation from local building officials.
3. Carefully clean all marks off the gold plated parts before the first fire is lighted. Use a soft cloth and
a “Windex” type cleaner. Caution: Never use an abrasive cleaner on any plated or painted parts of the
stove.
4. Have your dealer demonstrate all the operational and maintenance steps necessary for proper use of
the stove. Sign and return the warranty card, to the address listed on the back page.
5. Some odors may be given off during the first few hours of burning during initial break-in. These
odors are normal and not harmful. However, ventilating the room until the odors disappear is
recommended.
6. The stove will become HOT while in operation. Keep children, clothing and furniture away from all
stove surfaces. WARNING: Direct contact with the stove while operating may cause skin burns.
7. To avoid the possibility of smoke and/or sparks entering the room always keep firebox and ash pan
doors closed whenever the stove is operating.
8. A certain amount of carbon monoxide may be produced within the stove as a by-product of
combustion. All exhaust vent connections must be sealed with RTV silicone to assure a gas tight seal.
Any leaks into a confined area caused by faulty installation or improper operation of the stove could
produce dizziness, nausea and in extreme cases, death.
9. An outside source of combustion air is required on all mobile home installations. If room air is used
to supply combustion air, room air starvation, operation of exhaust fans and icing of air vents can
adversely affect proper stove operation. If these conditions exist, outside air should be used.
10. Smoke detectors, installed in the same general area as the stove, may be activated if the stove door
is left open and smoke is allowed to enter the area.
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Control Board Features
The Control Board controls all functions of
the Prescott models by monitoring sensors
that are in the system. These sensors serve 2
purposes.
a. General Operation of the Stove.
b. Safety Features, to shut the unit down
in the event the sensors detect a
problem in the unit.
The Control Board also has Diagnostic
Capabilities to help in diagnosing 3 areas in
the Stove. These areas are:
1. High Temperature Limit.
2. Proof of Fire Sensor
3. Vacuum in the Firebox
A closer look at the Control Board to the
right in figure 2 will explain how the board
works. There are essentially 4 buttons on the
control board. Two of these buttons, the Heat
Level and Trim Buttons, have a High/Low
side to advance these settings up or down.
There is a Slide Switch that controls the
Thermostat Mode and an LED Light bar that
indicates which of the 5 Heat Settings the
Prescott is running on.
Figure 2
The LED Light bar is also used during
the Diagnostic process, see page 9 for
more details
1. The On/Off button not only turns the Prescott On and Off, it also resets the board if one of
the sensors has detected a problem and the board is flashing a Diagnostic code.
2. The Auger Feed button will allow the user to manually auger fuel into the burn pot on start up
when needed. This is particularly helpful in priming the Auger Tube when it is empty (After the
hopper has run out of pellets). This button is also used to make small adjustments to the
combustion air and the feed rates as part of the Fine Tuning process of the control board.
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3. The Heat Level button will advance the setting up and down between level 1 and 5. It will
also be used in the Fine Tuning process of the feed rates if needed.
To adjust the Feed-rates:
Hold the Auger Feed Button down and press the Heat Level High/Low button and this will
change the ON Time up or down .25 seconds from the factory setting. Watch the LED lights
to see the setting is on (it will flash the new setting). This new setting will stay in memory
from this point on. The LED lights indicate the level of adjustment and the factory setting is
the center LED light. This gives two .25 second adjustments up and two .25 second
adjustments down.
4. The Trim button is used to adjust the Exhaust (Combustion) fan voltages up or down to
provide for fine-tuning of the combustion air. The LED lights indicate the level of
adjustment and the factory setting is the center LED light. This gives 2 adjustments up and 2
adjustments down.
To adjust the Combustion Fan voltages:
Hold the Auger Feed button down and press the Trim High/Low button and this will change
the fan voltage approximately 2.5 volts up or down from the factory setting. Watch the LED
lights to see the setting is on (it will flash the new setting). This new setting will stay in
memory from this point on. Use these adjustments in conjunction with the damper.
5. The Thermostat Slide switch allows the Stove to be run in 3 different Modes:
a. Manual Mode - The Control Board controls all functions of the Ashby.
b. T-Stat Mode. The Stove is Fully-Automatic in the T-Stat Mode. (T-Stat requires the stove
be turned on at the control board the first time). The unit is hooked to a Thermostat and when
calling for heat the unit will advance to the Heat level set at the Control board. Once the Heat
demand has been met, the Stove will immediately shut down. Use this setting when heating a
small area or when Temperatures are Moderate. Not recommended for use with a mixture of
Pellets and Corn.
c. SmartStat Mode - Can only be used with Pellets & Cherry Pits in the Prescott model.
Not recommended for use with a mixture of Pellets and Corn. The unit is hooked to a
Thermostat and when calling for heat the Stove will advance to the Heat level set at the
Control board. Once the Heat demand has been met the Stove will drop to the #1 Heat Level
setting and pilot for one hour. If the Thermostat does not call for heat during that hour the
unit shuts off. It will re-light itself the next time the Thermostat calls for heat. This setting
is best used during early fall or late spring when constant heat is not needed.
6. Cleaning Cycle. The Prescott models only use Programs 3 & 4. This allows the Prescott
models to operate in an Automatic mode using the Igniter. These 2 programs have a Cleaning
Cycle built into them that allows the unit to drop to the #1 level for 5 minutes on timed
intervals. During the cleaning cycle the Combustion Fan will run at line voltage to blow
excess ash from the burn pot. This feature only functions if the unit is operating on levels 3
through 5. The ON/OFF light blinks during this cycle.
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Pre-Lighting Instructions
WARNING: - Risk of Fire.
-Do not operate with the Firebox door or Ash Removal doors open
-Do not store Fuel or other Combustible material within Installation Clearances.
-Inspect and Clean Flues and Chimneys regularly.
Danger: Risk of Fire or Explosion
-Do not burn Garbage, Gasoline, Drain Oil or other Flammable Liquids.
WARNING: The auger can start at any time while the Ashby is running
REMEMBER: Read the manual before lighting the unit.
The Control Board has 4 separate programs. Each program is specific to a certain fuel.
Before lighting the Stove for the first time, be sure the correct program is chosen.
To change the program on the board, the Stove must be off and the unit must be cold. The
programs are identical in operation, except for the Cycle Time. The Cycle time is the total of
the ON Time & OFF Time added together. The ON Times are constant, so this means that
the OFF Time is increased or decreased, depending on the program chosen.
1 - Program 1. The Cycle Time is 11.5 seconds. THIS PROGRAM IS ONLY TO BE USED
WITH OUR GRAIN BURNING MODELS. (DO NOT USE THIS PROGRAM WITH THE
PRESCOTT MODELS).
2 - Program 2. The Cycle Time is 13 seconds. THIS PROGRAM IS ONLY TO BE USED
WITH OUR GRAIN BURNING MODELS. (DO NOT USE THIS PROGRAM WITH THE
PRESCOTT MODELS).
3 - Program 3. The Cycle Time is 11.5 seconds. THIS PROGRAM IS THE DEFAULT
PROGRAM FOR USE WITH THE PRESCOTT MODELS. This program is for use with
Pellets, Cherry Pits and a 50/50 Percent Mixture of Pellets and Corn (See fig. 3 on page
8). (DO NOT USE THIS PROGRAM WITH OUR GRAIN BURNING MODELS).
4 - Program 4. The Cycle Time is 10 seconds. THIS PROGRAM IS ONLY FOR USE
WITH THE CHERRY PITS. (See fig. 3 on page 8). (DO NOT USE THIS PROGRAM
WITH OUR GRAIN BURNING MODELS).
If the incorrect program is chosen for a specific fuel, the burnpot will overload. Use caution
when using this feature. The default program to use for the Prescott models is Program 3.
Program 4 is for Cherry Pits and in some instances may be used to “Tweak” the unit for
certain qualities of fuel and installation conditions. (Ask Dealer before using program 4 for
any other fuel than Cherry Pits.)
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Changing the program on the Control Board
To change the Program the Stove must be in the OFF position,
the unit must be completely cooled down so the Proof of Fire
Switch is Open and the Thermostat slide switch must be in the
Manual mode. (See figure 3)
Press & hold the Auger Feed Button, then press the Trim
High & Low Button at the same time. The LED lights that
indicate the heat level will flash. The number of times the
lights Flash will indicate which program is running.
Program 1 – LED lights flash once
Program 2 – LED lights flash twice
Program 3 –LED lights flash three times
Program 4 – LED lights flash four times
Figure 3
Lighting Prescott models with the Versa Grate System. (Program 3 & 4)
1. Make sure there are pellets in the hopper and the viewing door and ash pan door are
closed.
2. Push the On/Off button on the control board. (See figure 3)
At this point all that needs to be done is to monitor the burn pot to make sure the stove starts
up properly. Once the On/Off button has been pushed the Start Up program takes over.
The Start up Program works as follows:
a. The Combustion fan and Room fan come on at high speed and the control board checks
to make sure the Vacuum switch locks in. (See Diagnostic features on page 9 and 10)
b. When the board senses the Vacuum switch the Combustion fan drops to the #1 setting
and the Room fan shuts off.
c. The Igniter and the Auger come on (the Auger runs for 2 minutes). The stove will
typically light in the first 3 - 4 minutes. After 5 minutes the board checks for “Proof of
Fire” and starts feeding pellets on the #1 setting. Once the board senses P.O.F. the Igniter
shuts off and the stove has started successfully.
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d. If the board fails to sense P.O.F. it will repeat the previous step and continue feeding pellets
on the #1 setting for 5 more minutes.
e. The board will check for P.O.F. one more time. If the board still fails to sense the Proof of
Fire switch, the stove will go into “Safety shutdown” (See Diagnostic Features on page 9 and
10)
If the stove fails to start, repeat steps listed above.
CAUTION: NEVER ADD FIRE STARTER TO A HOT STOVE.
Shutting the Unit Off
1. Press the On/Off switch once; the lights will go off and the fire will go out in a few minutes.
The board essentially goes into “Safety shutdown”.
1. As long as the temperature within the Stove remains above 110°F the Fans will continue to
run. When the P.O.F. switch drops out, the room fan shuts off and the Combustion fan will
run for another 10 minutes and finally shut down completely.
2. NEVER unplug the Stove to shut it off. Doing so may cause a significant amount of smoke
to enter the room.
Diagnostic Features of the Control Board
The #2 LED, #3 LED and #4 LED lights on the LED Light bar) will flash to give a diagnostic
code to help in diagnosing problems that may occur. (Read Frequently Asked Questions for
more information
These conditions fall into 2 categories:
a.
Heat related issues.
b.
Vacuum related issues.
The Diagnostic Lights flash as follows:
1. The Proof of Fire switch. This switch will sense the temperature of the Exhaust rising during
start up. If the Exhaust temperature does not reach 110 degrees F, or if, during use, the
temperature drops below 110 degrees F, the Stove will go into “Internal Alarm” and the
Auger will quit feeding fuel. Once the Stove completes the safety shutdown, the #3 LED will
start blinking. (Read Frequently Asked Questions for more information))
2. The High Limit switch. This sensor will sense if the unit reaches temperatures that are too
high for normal operation. If this happens the Auger will quit feeding and the #4 LED light
will start blinking. (Read Frequently Asked Questions for more information)
3. The Vacuum switch. For the Stove to operate correctly the firebox needs to be sealed. During
the first 30 seconds after the unit has been turned on, the control board will check to see if the
switch senses negative pressure (Vacuum) in the firebox of the Stove. If there is no negative
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pressure, the Stove will go into “Safety shutdown” and the #2 LED will start blinking. (Read
Frequently Asked Questions for more information)
During “Normal Operation” a 60 second delay has been incorporated before the unit shuts
down when the board senses loss of vacuum. This is to accommodate opening the doors
during maintenance. Once the board senses loss of vacuum the ON/OFF light will start
blinking. While the light is blinking the control board will not feed any fuel nor respond to
any of the buttons. Once Vacuum has been restored the unit will revert to normal operation.
“Internal Alarm” - When the control board becomes unresponsive, the control board is in
Internal Alarm. The control board has sensed one of the Safety sensors. This may cause the
unit to go out and flash a Diagnostic Code. In some cases, after waiting approximately 45
seconds the Stove will start responding to the control board again. Many times, the cause of
this is a change in the vacuum inside the firebox. This may be caused by excessive wind or by
opening the Firebox door. The control board will monitor the vacuum switch and resume
normal operation if the vacuum returns to normal.
“Power Reset” - If the board becomes unresponsive for a long period of time, you must
unplug the Stove, wait 10 seconds and plug the unit back in to reset the board.
Safety Features
1. ”High Limit” switch”, an overheat safety switch will shut off the fuel feed if the Stove
reaches temperatures above normal operating temperature. This is a “Normally Closed”
switch. If the High limit switch trips several times, the problem in the Stove must be
diagnosed before the unit is put back into service, (Defective Room Fan, dirty Room Fan,
defective High Limit switch or possibly a bad Control Board)
2. Vacuum switch also called the Negative pressure switch. When the Stove is turned on the
Exhaust fan will create a negative pressure in the firebox. The control board continually
checks to see if Negative Pressure (vacuum) is present during operation of the Stove. If the
exhaust venting system becomes clogged or obstructed, the firebox door is left open or the
exhaust fan quits working the control board will go into “Safety shutdown”. There is a 60
second window to allow for cleaning the glass before then unit shuts down. This is sufficient
for the Daily Maintenance
3. Proof of Fire switch also called the P.O.F. This senses the temperature rise in the exhaust
system. The switch is “Normally Open” and closes the circuit at 110 degrees. The Stove will
shut down if temperatures above 110 degrees F are not sensed during start up or if the
temperature drops below 110 degrees during normal operation.
4. Hopper Lid Switch. The hopper lid switch will shut off the auger motor when the hopper lid
is open. Be sure the lid closes completely when refilling the hopper or the unit will shut down
WARNING: The Stove has been Safety Tested by an accredited, independent laboratory. These
safety features are designed to protect life and property. Bypassing these features voids all
warranties and the safety listing of the stove.
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Combustion Air Damper
important (See “Preventing Chimney Fires” on
page 3). Break-in requires the burning of 15 bags of
pellets or continuous burn for two weeks. If during
the initial break-in period you experience difficulty
keeping the stove burning or there appears to be an
excessive amount of burning pellets being evacuated
from the burn grate, it may be necessary to close the
damper some more. Once the damper is fine tuned
for settings 1, 2, 3 and 4 the stove will run fine
without having to make a change to the damper
setting unless the stove is run on 5 for extended
periods of time. It is normal for ash and some sparks
to be continually evacuated from the burn grate. This
is how the grate continuously cleans itself. The
equivalent of a teacup of unburned pellets a day in
the ash pan is considered normal.
THERMOSTAT
WIRE
TERMINAL
DAMPER
Figure 4
Damper Adjustment
When burning pellets make sure to check for
the formation of creosote in the unit and
venting system. Constantly running the stove
on a low setting with too much combustion air
may cause creosote to form. Burn pot
temperatures can be “too cool” when burning
on low with too much draft.
Adjusting the Damper may take a little time and
patience, but only needs to be done once. After
the damper has been adjusted to the venting
system in your home, the control board will do
the rest.
The purpose of this damper is to adjust
combustion airflow to match the characteristic of
each specific air inlet and chimney configuration.
There is a setscrew in the damper (shown in
Figure 5) and the damper has been preset at the
factory. This setting will most likely work for
90% of the most common installations. Long
horizontal runs might need the damper opened.
Tall vertical runs might need the damper to be
closed a little, etc. To adjust the damper, use the
setscrew to make the adjustments. To make an
adjustment turn the screw ½ turn clockwise to
open the damper or ½ turn counter clockwise to
close the damper. Remember to use the damper
handle to bring the damper up to the screw. The
damper will not close by itself. After making an
adjustment wait at least 15 minutes to see how
the burn pot reacts to the change. Adjusting the
damper during the break in period is very
Figure 5
Flame Pattern Characteristics
Correct Flame Pattern - Bright yellowish-white
flame with a brisk movement, having sharp pointed
end tips extending up towards the Heat Exchange
Tubes while forming a fan-like shape. Small
amounts of ash and some live sparks being blown
out from the Burn Pot area is considered normal
operation.
Incorrect Flame Pattern - Dark orangish-brown
flame with a lazy movement, having black smoky
end tips curling up and over the Heat Exchange
Tubes while forming a fireball-like shape. Some Ash
or Live Sparks not being blown out from the Burn
Pot area is considered abnormal operation.
Extremely black soot forming on the ceramic glass
surface is a sign of very poor combustion (not
enough combustion air) and should not be
overlooked. At the other end of the spectrum; an
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extremely brisk flame which blows large pieces
of live coal out from the Burn Pot area and causes
stubborn shiny black build-up on the glass (too
much combustion air) is also considered
undesirable. If you experience problems
adjusting the stove during the Break-In
Period, contact your dealer.
fuels, without the grate requiring cleaning. If the
flame becomes dark orange, is accompanied by
black smoke or burns with a lazy motion - it’s time
to clean the grate When you first operate your
stove or whenever you change fuels check to
determine needed cleaning frequency.
First, let’s become familiar with the burn system in
a St. Croix Pellet stove. Remember, cleaning
frequency may change dramatically from one fuel to
another. Pellets with high ash content or that have
increased amounts of impurities or high moisture
content. Every St. Croix Pellet stove model will
have the same system as shown in 6 below. There is
a 2-piece burnpot. The top Part is called the “Grate
Weldment”. This sits on top of the “Shaker Plate”.
This in turn sits on top of the “Shaft/Cage
Weldment” and is held in place with the “Spacer”
& “Self Locking Twist pin”. The Shaft/Cage
weldment is moved towards the front of the stove
and then towards the back of the stove by the
“Cam” that is connected to the “Versa Grate
Motor”. This motion is constant, while the stove is
in operation. The only parts that may need to be
removed for cleaning purposes during the Daily or
Periodic Maintenance are the “Grate weldment” and
the “Shaker Plate”. This is to check the holes in the
burnpot system to see if they are plugged.
MAINTAINING THE STOVE - The stove
requires a minimum amount of daily
maintenance. Required maintenance depends
largely upon the quality of pellet fuel burned and
the rate of burn. The amount of daily
maintenance will increase if fuel quality
decreases and/or the burning rate of pellets
increases.
NOTE: FAILURE TO KEEP YOUR STOVE
CLEAN, AS DESCRIBED IN THIS
MANUAL, COULD RESULT IN POOR
OPERATION,
INEFFICIENT
FUEL
USAGE AND A POSSIBLE SAFETY
HAZARD! IT IS YOUR RESPONSIBILITY
TO DETERMINE NEEDED MAINTENANCE FREQUENCY.
The Versa Grate System (see Figure 6 below).
The benefit of this feature is that the stove can
operate for longer periods of time, with most
Figure 6
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Daily Maintenance
1. Check Grate Weldment and Shaker Plate (See
figure 6) to determine if holes are plugged. Clean
as needed. With proper precautions the grate may
be partially cleaned while the stove is hot. Follow
these steps:
CAUTION: THE DOOR AND FRONT PART
OF THE STOVE WILL BE HOT. DO NOT
TOUCH ANY PART OF THE STOVE THAT
IS HOT!
a. Wear a leather glove that covers the lower arm.
b. Turn the Stove to Heat Level 1 and allow the
flame to burn down to a low burn.
c. Open the firebox door slowly to prevent
drawing ash or odors into the room.
d. Use the “scraper” provided to move the
burning pellets to one side of the grate, leaving
the ash in the bottom of the grate. (See Fig 5 & 6)
e. Rake the ash & clinkers out over the grate into
the ash pan.
f. Rake the burning pellets across the bottom of
the grate.
g. Close the door.
h. Re-select the desired heat setting.
CAUTION: NEVER ADD FIRE STARTER
TO A HOT STOVE.
POT
SCRAPER
ASH
CLEANOUT
ROD
ROD PULL TOOL
Figure 7
ASH PAN
2. Remove ash buildup under the grate bottom daily
or as frequently as needed. Clean the ashes out from
under the burn pot by pulling the Ash Cleanout Rod
in and out several times (see Fig. 6) Use the Rod
Pull Tool with the Ash Cleanout Rod. This tool is
hanging on a screw on the back of the stove; this
provides a convenient location to keep the tool in
reach and prevent it from getting lost.
CAUTION: The Ash Cleanout Rod must be
pushed all the way in during operation of the
unit. Failure to keep this area clean could result
in a safety hazard.
3. Check ash pan (See Fig. 6) to determine emptying
frequency needed. NOTE: Do not use a vacuum
cleaner for this purpose. Hot coals may cause your
vacuum filter to catch fire. Place ashes in a metal
container with a tight fitting lid. The closed
container of ashes should be placed on a
noncombustible 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 for at least two days
until all cinders have thoroughly cooled.
4. Once or twice daily pull the Heat Exchange Tube
Scraper, (See stove layout on page 2) out and back to
clean heat exchange tubes. Failure to operate the
tube scraper daily may result in poor combustion and
loss of heat output. This should be done when the
stove is cool or operating on the low temperature
setting. Use the Rod Pull Tool shown in 7 with the
Tube Scraper Rod.
5. The rate of burn and the quality of fuel will
determine how often the window needs cleaning.
Prolonged burning at a slow burn rate will result in
the need for more frequent window cleaning.
Burning poor fuel also increases the need to clean
the window. Cooling the stove and wiping the
window daily with a cloth or paper towel will
normally keep the window from accumulating
difficult to clean residue. Use of a glass cleaner
ONLY permitted when the stove is cold. Tip: Dip
the damp towel in the ashes to remove stubborn
buildup on the glass.
CAUTION: Do not slam the door. Do not
operate the stove with a broken or cracked
glass. Replace only with heat resistant
ceramic glass supplied by the manufacturer.
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6. Burn the stove at the HI fuel setting for at least
20 to 30 minutes each day. This helps keep the
window, ceraboard and firebox area clean. A
daily high burn also aids in maintaining the
overall efficiency and performance of the stove.
Periodic Maintenance
CAUTION: Periodic maintenance should only
be done while the stove is shut off and cold.
1. Empty the ash pan when it appears full. This
may range from 1 to 2 weeks in the Prescott
EXP model. The Prescott EXL model has a
much smaller ashpan and should be checked
at least twice a week. The frequency of
cleaning the ash pan will depend on the
quality and amount of pellets being used.
Carefully check to make sure the ash pan
door is tightly closed after each opening.
IT IS CRITICAL THAT YOU KEEP ASH CLEAN
OUTS
CLEAN
FOR
SATISFACTORY
PERFORMANCE.
Frequency of cleaning Ash Traps depends on the
amount of fuel being burnt and the quality of the
pellets. Fuel with low ash content is recommended.
Failure to clean the ash traps can cause the stove
to become plugged with fly ash and could result
in a Safety Hazard.
2. The Prescott models have 3 Exhaust
Cleanout/Ash Trap covers, 2 of which are
located below the rear brick panel and a 3rd
Clean Out is located behind the Ash Pan.
Remove covers and clean regularly. (See
stoves shown in Figure 8) Be sure to clean
both sides.
Use scraper shown in figure 6 & 7 to scrape
ash into ash pan. Use a vacuum (cold stove
only) to thoroughly clean these areas.
THE LOCATION OF THE THIRD CLEAN-OUT/ASH
TRAP BEHIND THE ASH PAN IN A PRESCOTT EXP
ASH CLEAN-OUT
COVER (LEFT
SIDE SHOWN)
REMOVE SHIPPING
SCREW & DISCARD
THE LOCATION OF THE THIRD CLEAN-OUT/ASH
TRAP BEHIND THE ASH PAN IN A PRESCOTT EXL
REMOVE DECORATIVE
GRILL (LEFT SIDE SHOWN)
Figure 7
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3. Clean burn grate holes at least weekly. Remove
the burn grate and use a small metal object to
clean out plugged holes. (See fig. 6 on page 12)
5. Periodic cleaning of the exhaust system is
required. Under certain conditions creosote
buildup may occur rapidly. Low quality
pellets and poor installations require more
frequent chimney cleanings. See Page 3
“Preventing Chimney Fires”. The products
of combustion will also contain small
particles of fly ash. The fly ash will collect
in the exhaust vent and restrict the flow of
the flue gases. Judge the frequency of
cleaning by checking the amount of ash that
accumulates in the elbows or tee’s of the
exhaust system. Ask the dealer for suggested
frequency of cleaning, equipment needed
and procedures for cleaning. Check the
exhaust system at least once every two
months during the heating season.
4. Remove the baffle and clean the ashes that
accumulate on a regular basis.
Frequency of cleaning depends on amount of fuel
being burnt and the quality of the pellets. Fuel
with low ash content is recommended.
Failure to clean the baffle can cause the stove
to become plugged with fly ash and could
result in a Safety Hazard.
To remove the baffle (See Figure 8), lift the back
of the baffle up to clear the inner back of the
stove and slide towards the front of the stove. The
baffle will slide out of the keyhole slots and drop
down. When putting the baffle back in the stove,
make sure the screws are in the keyhole slots
and the back of the baffle is lifted up over the
inner back.
Periodically inspect the condition of the rope
gasket around the door, window and ash door.
Replace as needed.
Figure 8
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Yearly Maintenance
Yearly maintenance is designed to assure safe
operation, prolong the life of the stove and help
preserve its aesthetic appeal.
1. Spring Shutdown. After the last burn in the
spring, cool the stove. Remove all pellets
from the hopper and the auger. Thoroughly
clean the burn grate, burn grate box, ash pan
and ash traps behind the ash pan. (To locate
the ash traps see Figure 7 on page 14)
NOTE: UNPLUG THE STOVE. Open the side
panels of the stove. Carefully clean or vacuum
any sawdust, cobwebs and household dust.
Carefully vacuum around the fan motors. If
electrical wires become disconnected call your
dealer for service.
2. The exhaust system should be thoroughly
cleaned at least annually. Call your dealer for
this service.
3. The motor/fan area behind the firebox and under
the hopper should be vacuumed annually.
4. The Exhaust and Room fans should be removed
and cleaned annually. Call dealer for this
service. Annual oiling of the motors is not
needed. (See fig. 9)
Figure 9
Note: The Vacuum Switch may be removed to allow easier access to the combustion fan
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5. The Versa Grate System needs to be lubricated once a year with some High Temp Anti Seize to prevent the
parts from “squealing” add some Anti-Seize to the Cam and Rod at both bushings. To gain access to the
Versa Grate System in the Prescott Series open the right side panel when facing the stove. To locate the
Rear Bushing assembly, follow the rod from the Shaft/Cage Weldment towards the front of the stove. The
front bushing is located below the igniter in the front of the stove. Remove the ash lip cover as shown in
figure 10.
Many dealers offer a Service Contract that will cover needed periodic and yearly maintenance.
Contact your St. Croix dealer for assistance in maintaining your stove in top condition.
Figure 10
Fall Startup. Prior to lighting the first fire, check the outside area around the exhaust and air intake
systems for obstructions. Try all controls to see that they are working prior to lighting a fire.
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SAFE OPERATION.
1. Disposal of 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 materials, pending final disposal. If the ashes are disposed of burial
in soil or otherwise locally dispersed, they should be retained in the container until all cinders
have thoroughly cooled.
2. Never use Gasoline, gasoline type lantern fluid. Kerosene, charcoal lighter fluid or similar
liquids to start or “freshen up” a fire in this heater. Keep all such liquids well away from the
heater while it is in use.
3. Creosote, Soot and Fly Ash: Formation and Need for Removal. The products of combustion
will contain small particles of Fly Ash. The fly ash will collect in the venting system and
restrict the flow of flue gases. Incomplete combustion, such as occurs during start-up and shutdown, or incorrect operation of the room heater will lead to some soot or creosote formation
which will collect in the venting system. The exhaust system should be inspected regurlarly
during the heating season to determine if creosote buildup has occurred. Check more
frequently at first to determine a schedule for cleaning the venting system based on individual
use of this Pellet-burning heater. If creosote has accumulated, it should be removed to reduce
the risk of a chimney fire.
4. Do not Overfire this unit. Follow all instructions regarding the proper use of this heater.
CAUTION: The Electrical Components of the stove are not Owner Serviceable. Call your dealer
for proper diagnosis of electrical problems and service to those components. See Installations
Manual for a copy of the Wiring Schematic.
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TROUBLESHOOTING & FRQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
The Stove is very trouble free in operation when properly maintained and quality fuel is
used. When the Stove fails to operate properly, troubleshooting by the operator of the
Stove is limited. Please read the following guide for answers to frequently asked questions
1.
When first starting your Prescott the auger tube is empty. This will delay feeding
fuel to the burn pot. In some cases this will prevent the Stove from starting.
Solution: Prime the burn pot using the Auger Feed button if the auger tube is empty.
2.
My Stove keeps overloading the burnpot. First check the Quality of your Fuel to
make sure you are using clean fuel. Otherwise this is mainly caused by improper
combustion settings. (See Damper Adjustment section of the Operations Manual)
Besides the damper adjustment there are several areas that can have an effect on the
combustion process.
Solution: Check all Gaskets, Doors and Door Latching Systems for air leaks. Any
leaks in these areas will negatively affect the burn process and cause the pot to
overload.
3.
My Stove isn’t burning and the number 2 LED light is blinking. This diagnostic
light indicates the vacuum switch no longer senses negative pressure in the firebox
area of the Stove. What caused the Stove to go out?
a. The door of the unit was left open longer than 60 seconds. (See solution)
b. The ash pan door was left open for longer than 60 seconds. (See solution)
c. The combustion fan is not running. (Defective fan or control board)
d. The vacuum switch is defective.
e. The vacuum hose is disconnected
f. The vent system is plugged with fly-ash.
Solution: If the fire is out, re-light the Stove. If the fire is still burning make sure
all doors are securely latched and hold down the On/Off button (approximately 5
seconds) until Stove starts up again. This will re-start the Stove in the start-up
program.
4.
My Stove isn’t burning and the number 3 LED light is blinking. This diagnostic
light indicates that the Proof of Fire Switch no longer senses a fire in the Stove. First
check to see if there is Fuel in the hopper. If there is fuel in the hopper check the
following items to see why the Stove went out.
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a.
Unburned fuel in the burnpot means the fire went out before the auger quit feeding.
Too much Combustion Air while burning on the Lowest Heat Level could cause
the fuel to burn up too quickly and cause the fire to go out.
Solution: Too much Combustion Air on the pilot setting. Adjust the air damper or the
combustion fan voltage. Fuel would still feed until the P.O.F. switch eventually shuts the
Stove down. (See section covering Damper Adjustment)
b.
If all the fuel is burned up means the auger quit feeding fuel while there was
still a fire in the burnpot. Check to see if there is fuel in the hopper. If the hopper is
empty, fill the hopper and re-light the Stove.
If there is fuel in the hopper check to see if there is an obstruction in the auger
system or if the auger set screw is loose.
Solution:
Remove obstruction and re-light the Stove or tighten the setscrew on the
auger shaft.
5.
My Stove isn’t burning and the #4 LED light is blinking. This means the high Limit
has shut the Stove down. The Convection Blower could be defective or may need
cleaning. The high limit switch may be also defective. It is best to call your dealer for
support when trying to troubleshoot the High Limit Switch. Do not use your Stove if the
High Limit switch frequently trips.
8.
I turned the Stove on with the On/Off switch and nothing happens. First check to see
if the Stove is plugged in and the receptacle has power to it.
Solution:
Amp fuse.
9.
Check the fuse on the back of the control board. Replace with a 125 Volt, 5
Why is my glass dirty? Normal operation of your St. Croix Stove will produce a light
build-up on the glass that wipes off with a dry paper towel. However extended burning on
the low setting only will produce a tan color. These types of build-up on the glass are
normal. A heavy black build-up on the glass could indicate a problem.
Solution:
Adjust the combustion air damper or combustion fan voltage. If this
doesn’t seem to help, make sure the clean out cover plates are installed in
the Stove. It also could be an indication that the Stove is getting plugged
and needs a good cleaning. Refer to the section in the manual that covers
the Daily, Periodic and Yearly Maintenance of the Stove.
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8.
Are there any adjustments that can be made, through the control board, to the amount of
fuel that is fed into the burnpot?
Answer: There are several ways to adjust the amount of fuel that is
fed into the burnpot. The feedrates can be fine-tuned while the
Stove is in operation by pressing and holding the “Auger Feed”
button down and then either pressing the “Heat Level High” button
to advance the feedrate higher, or pressing the “Heat Level Low”
button to decrease the feedrate.
There are 5 levels on the control board and they are indicated by a
single flash of the LED’s. The default setting is the center LED.
This gives 2 adjustments increasing the feedrate (LED’s 4 & 5)
and 2 adjustments decreasing the feedrates. (LED’s 1 & 2) The ON
time is increased or decreased .25 seconds with each adjustment.
Figure 11
9.
Are there any adjustments that can be made, through the control board, to the Combustion
Fan voltages to help adjust the draft?
Answer: The Draft can be adjusted in a similar fashion as mentioned in
the previous example.
The Fan voltages can be fine-tuned while the Stove is in operation
by pressing and holding the “Auger Feed” button down and then
either pressing the “Trim High” button to advance the voltages
higher, or pressing the “Trim Low” button to decrease the fan
voltages.
There are 5 levels on the control board and they are indicated by single
flash of the LED’s. The default setting is the center LED. This gives 2
adjustments increasing the voltage (LED’s 4 & 5) and 2 adjustments
decreasing the voltage. (LED’s 1 & 2) The voltage is increased or
decreased 2.5 volts with each adjustment.
Figure 12
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10.
Are there Cycle Time adjustments on the Control Board for different types of fuel?
Answer: There are 4 individual programs on the control board, each
with a different Cycle time. The Prescott only uses Programs 3 and 4
Your Prescott has been factory set to Program 3. When
reprogramming the control board, you will see LED light flash, as
shown in the figure to the right. The LED lights flash in the following
manner:
1 - Program 1. The Cycle Time is 11.5 seconds. THIS PROGRAM IS
ONLY TO BE USED WITH OUR GRAIN BURNING MODELS.
(DO NOT USE THIS PROGRAM WITH THE PRESCOTT).
2 - Program 2. The Cycle Time is 13 seconds. THIS PROGRAM IS
ONLY TO BE USED WITH OUR GRAIN BURNING MODELS.
(DO NOT USE THIS PROGRAM WITH THE PRESCOTT).
3 - Program 3. The Cycle Time is 11.5 seconds. THIS IS THE
DEFAULT PROGRAM FOR USE WITH THE PRESCOTT.
This program is for use with Pellets, Cherry Pits and a 50/50
Percent Mixture of Pellets and Corn (See point 11). (DO NOT
USE THIS PROGRAM WITH OUR GRAIN BURNING
MODELS).
Figure 13
4 - Program 4. The Cycle Time is 10 seconds. This Program offers
Self-Ignition and is only for USE WITH CHERRY PITS. (DO
NOT USE THIS PROGRAM WITH OUR GRAIN BURNING
MODELS).
11.
How do I change to a different Program on the control board?
First the Stove must be turned off and cooled down.
Step 1 - The Thermostat switch must be in the Manual position.
Step 2 – Press and hold the Auger Feed Button.
Step 3 – Press the Trim High and Low Buttons. Release all 3 buttons
at the same time.
Step 4 – Observe the LED light flashing according to the Program
chosen. Program 1 flashes once, Program 2 flashes twice, Program 3
flashes three times and Program 4 flashes 4 times.
Changing the Cycle Time will change the BTU Input of the Stove. The
longer the Cycle time the lower the BTU rating.
Figure 14
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12.
The ON/OFF light is always blinking and the stove only runs on with a low fire, even
though I have the Heat Level on #5.
If the stove is operating on a Thermostat, this usually indicates a problem in the Thermostat
circuit. There is either a bad connection in the wires or the Thermostat itself has a problem.
Troubleshoot all of the components in the system.
If the stove is not operating on a Thermostat, make sure the slide switch on the control board is in
the “Manual” position.
13.
I am running my stove on the SmartStat with a Thermostat and I can’t shut the stove down.
This may also be an indication of a problem in the thermostat circuit or of running the stove
incorrectly. If the slide switch is set to “SmartStat” and the thermostat circuit is calling for heat,
the stove cannot be shut off at the control board. You must first shut the thermostat off and then
shut the stove off at the control board. If this isn’t possible it may indicate a problem in the
thermostat wires from the stove to the Thermostat or a defective Thermostat.
These questions and answers will usually solve most problems that you run into during the breakin period of the stove or if a component fails in the stove. Before calling your dealer for
assistance, please read your Operations Manual and perform all the maintenance issues covered
in the Daily and Periodic Maintenance section of the Manual. If the stove still does not operate
correctly call your Dealer for Assistance.
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Prescott Series Parts Layout
CAUTION: The electrical components
#
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
PART NUMBER
80P20003-R
80P20038-R
80P20001-R
80P52628-R
80P52629-R
80P22348-R
80P30045-R
80P52630-R
80P20278-R
80P20245-R
80P52232-R
80P20168-R
80P53650-R
80P52887-R
80P52957-R
DESCRIPTION
CONVECTION FAN
PROOF OF FIRE SWITCH
COMBUSTION FAN
VACUUM SWITCH
MANUAL RESET HIGH LIMIT
CONTROL BOARD
T-STAT WIRE TERMINAL
WIRING TERMINAL BLOCK
AUGER MOTOR
AUGER GASKET
QUICK DISCONNECT GASKET
COMBUSTION FAN GASKET
EXHAUST ADAPTER WELDMENT
PIPE CONNECTOR ASSEMBLY
AUGER MOUNT BRACKET ASSEMBLY
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#
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
25
26
26
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
PART NUMBER
80P20248-R
80P30191-R
80P52658-R
80P53785-R
80P53681-R
80P20183-R
80P52944-R
80P20033-R
80P53707-R
80P53694-R
80P20036-BN
80P20036-R
80P20091-R
80P20032-R
80P20106-R
80P65021-R
80P52668-R
80P52645-R
80P52237-R
80P52980-R
80P52038-R
80P52592-R
80P50553-R
80P52765-R
90596A029
80P53698-R
80P53695-R
80P52955-R
80P50560-R
80P52376-R
80P52953-R
80P52372-R
80P20296-R
80P52727-R
80P52954-R
80P30579-R
80P30578-R
80P30577-R
80P52775-R
80P52774-R
DESCRIPTION
5/8” COLLAR WITH SETSCREW
AUGER MOTOR RETAINER BRACKET
CONTROL BOARD COVER
CONTROL BOARD MOUNT BOX
SLIDE TOP STANDOFF PLATE
PLASTIC HOPPER HANDLE
HEAT EXCHANGE BAFFLE
GLASS FOR CAST DOOR
DOOR HANDLE
HANDLE MOUNT PLATE ASSEMBLY
NICKEL COIL FOR DOOR HANDLE
GOLD COIL FOR DOOR HANDLE
BLACK DOOR FRAME
GOLD DOOR FRAME
NICKEL DOOR FRAME
½” DOWEL HINGE PIN
ASH PAN DOOR ASSEMBLY
ASH DOOR HANDLE
ASH CLEAN OUT COVERS
GRATE WELDMENT
SHAKER PLATE
POT SLIDER CLEAN OUT ROD
SPACER
INSIDE SLIDE
SELF LOCKING TWIST PIN
POT SLIDER ASSEMBLY
SHAFT/CAGE WELDMENT
REAR BUSHING ASSEMBLY
CAM
CAM CONNECTOR ROD
VERSA GRATE BRACKET ASSEMBLY
VERSA GRATE COLLAR W/ SETSCREWS
VERSA GRATE MOTOR
IGNITER (HOT ROD)
FRONT BUSHING ASSEMBLY
STEEL BRICK – RIGHT SIDE
STEEL BRICK – BACK PANEL
STEEL BRICK – LEFT SIDE
DECORATIVE GRILL – LEFT SIDE
DECORATIVE GRILL – RIGHT SIDE
PARTS NOT SHOWN
80P20027-R
80P60083-R
08P20026-R
80P20025-R
80P20004-R
80P21403-R
80P52946-R
80P53666-R
80P20057-R
5/8” FLAT GLASS GASKET
GLASS RETAINER CLIP
5/8” DOOR ROPE GASKET
ASH PAN DOOR GASKET
POWER CORD
WIRING HARNESS
ASH PAN
AUGER SHAFT WELDMENT
125VOLT 5 AMP FUSE
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ST. CROIX
PRESCOTT SERIES
WARRANTY
The wood pellet stove and stove manufactured by Even Temp, Inc. is warranted for five (5) years,
to the original owner, against defects and workmanship on all steel parts (excluding the burn
grate) and two (2) year on electrical components from the date of sale to the original owner.
There specifically is no warranty on the paint, glass, burn grate, brick panels and all gaskets.
There is no written or implied performance warranty on the stove, as the manufacturer has no
control over the installation, daily operations, maintenance or the type of fuel burned.
This warranty will not apply if the stove has not been installed, operated and maintained in strict
accordance with the manufacturer's instructions. Burning other than high quality wood pellets that
meet A.P.F.I. specifications may cause stove damage and could void the warranty.
The warranty does not cover damage or breakage due to misuse, improper handling or
modifications.
A warranty registration card is provided. The card is to be checked and signed and returned to
factory, by the owner. Appropriate information is to be noted on the card.
All claims under this warranty must be made through the dealer where the stove was purchased.
If an inspection by the dealer indicates that a warranty claim is justified, and that all conditions of
this warranty have been met, the manufacturer's total responsibilities and liabilities shall be to
repair or replace, at the manufacturer's option, the defective part(s). All costs of removal,
shipment to and from the dealer or manufacturer, any losses during shipment and reinstallation
and any other losses due to the stove being removed shall be covered by the owner of the stove.
NEITHER THE MANUFACTURER, NOR THE SUPPLIERS TO THE PURCHASER,
ACCEPT RESPONSIBILITY, LEGAL OR OTHERWISE, FOR THE INCIDENTAL OR
CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGE TO PROPERTY OR PERSONS RESULTING FROM THE
USE OF THIS PRODUCT. ANY WARRANTY IMPLIED BY LAW, INCLUDING BUT NOT
LIMITED TO IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS, SHALL
BE LlMITED TO ONE (1) YEAR FROM THE DATE OF ORIGINAL PURCHASE. WHEN A
CLAIM IS MADE AGAINST THE MANUFACTURER BASED ON THE BREACH OF THIS
WARRANTY OR ANY OTHER TYPE OF WARRANTY EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED BY
LAW, MANUFACTURER SHALL IN NO EVENT BE LIABLE FOR ANY SPECIAL,
INDIRECT, CONSEQUENTIAL OR OTHER DAMAGES OF ANY NATURE
WHATSOEVER IN EXCESS OF THE ORIGINAL PURCHASE PRICE OF THIS PRODUCT.
ALL WARRANTIES BY MANUFACTURER ARE SET FORTH HEREIN AND NO CLAIM
SHALL BE MADE AGAINST MANUFACTURER ON ANY ORAL WARRANTY OR
REPRESENTATION.
Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, or
limitations of implied warranties, therefore the limitations of exclusions set forth in this warranty
may not apply to you. This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may have other
rights, which vary from state to state.
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Notes:
After the break in period, please note any adjustments that were made to the Feed
Trim and Draft Trim on the control board in the area below.
Draft Trim: Circle one (See point 9 on page 21)
LED 1
LED 2
LED 3
LED 4
LED 5
LED 4
LED 5
Feed Trim: Circle one (See point 8 on page 21)
LED 1
LED 2
LED 3
Serial Number:
Date of Purchase:
Dealer Information:
Even Temp, Inc.
P.O. Box 127
Waco, NE 68460
EMAIL: support@stcroixstoves.com
WEB ADDRESS: www.stcroixstoves.com
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