4013-203D - Can-US I80.indd

Owner’s Manual
Installation and Operation
Models:
I80
Woodburning Fireplace
DO NOT DISCARD THIS MANUAL
•
Important operating •
and maintenance
instructions included.
Read, understand
and follow these
instructions for safe
installation and
operation.
HOT! DO NOT TOUCH.
SEVERE BURNS MAY RESULT.
CLOTHING IGNITION MAY RESULT.
If the information in these instructions is not followed exactly, a
fire may result causing property
damage, personal injury, or death.
• Do not overfire. Overfiring will void your warranty.
• Comply with all minimum clearances to
combustibles as specified. Failure to
comply may cause house fire.
Installation and service of this fireplace should
be performed by qualified personnel. Hearth
& Home Technologies suggests NFI certified
or factory-trained professionals, or technicians
supervised by an NFI certified
professional.
Leave this manual with
party responsible for
use and operation.
WARNING
WARNING
• Do not store or use gasoline or other flammable vapors and liquids in the vicinity of
this or any other appliance.
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CAUTION
Glass and other surfaces are hot
during operation and cool down.
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Keep children away.
CAREFULLY SUPERVISE children in same room
as fireplace.
Alert children and adults to hazards of high
temperatures.
Keep clothing, furniture, draperies and other
combustibles away.
WARNING
Fire Risk
• For use with solid wood fuel or decorative
gas appliance only.
• Do not install unvented gas logs.
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Read this manual before installing or operating this fireplace.
Please retain this owner’s manual for future reference.
Congratulations!
Congratulations on selecting a Heatilator wood burning fireplace. The Heatilator fireplace you have selected is designed
to provide the utmost in safety, reliability and efficiency.
As the owner of a new fireplace, you’ll want to read and carefully follow all of the instructions contained in this owner’s
manual. Pay special attention to all cautions and warnings.
The information contained in this owner’s manual unless noted
otherwise, applies to all models and gas control systems.
Your new Heatilator wood burning fireplace will give you years
of durable use and trouble-free enjoyment. Welcome to the
Heatilator family of fireplace products!
This owner’s manual should be retained for future reference.
We suggest you keep it with your other important documents
and product manuals.
Homeowner Reference Information
We recommend that you record the following pertinent
information about your fireplace:
Model Name:
Date purchased/installed:
Serial Number:
Location on fireplace:
Dealership purchased from:
Dealer phone:
Notes:
Listing Label Information/Location
The model information regarding your specific fireplace can be found on the rating plate located on the smoke shield of the
fireplace.
Serial
Number
Fireplace
Model
Grate
WARNING: RISK OF
FIRE DAMAGE. REPLACE
GRATE WITH HEARTH & HOME
TECHNOLOGIES INC.
FIREPLACE NO.
MODEL NO.
MODEL NO.
MFG. DATE
FIRECHAMBER INTENDED FOR USE WITH HEARTH & HOME TECHNOLOGIES INC. LISTED FIREPLACE PARTS. SEE INSTALLATION AND
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS FOR THIS MODEL. ONLY HEARTH & HOME TECHNOLOGIES INC. GLASS DOOR KITS CAN BE INSTALLED ON THIS UNIT.
FIREPLACE ALSO FOR USE
IN MANUFACTURED HOMES
FAN KIT
MODEL NO.
YES
CLEARANCE TO
COMBUSTIBLES:
NO
&
DO NOT OVERFIRE. USE ONLY: SOLID WOOD FUEL OR
LISTED DECORATIVE GAS APPLIANCE. DO NOT USE A
FIREPLACE INSERT OR OTHER PRODUCTS NOT
SPECIFIED FOR USE WITH THIS PRODUCT. IF DOORS
ARE USED OPERATE FIREPLACE WITH DOORS FULLY
OPEN OR CLOSED ONLY. WHEN BURNING A
DECORATIVE GAS APPLIANCE IN THE FIREPLACE,
ADJUST DAMPER TO THE FULLY OPEN POSITION.
2
CHIMNEY
2 IN. MIN.
IN.
MIN.
FIREBOX
RATED AT
115 VOLTS, 50/60 Hz.,
AMP.
WARNING! THIS FIREPLACE HAS NOT BEEN TESTED WITH AN UNVENTED
GAS LOG SET. TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR INJURY, DO NOT
INSTALL AN UNVENTED GAS LOG SET INTO FIREPLACE.
WARNING! THIS APPLIANCE IS NOT FOR USE AS COOKING EQUIPMENT.
IF INSTALLATION OR OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS ARE MISSING
CONTACT: HEARTH & HOME TECHNOLOGIES INC.,
1915 W. SAUNDERS ST., MT. PLEASANT, IA 52641.
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Table of Contents
1
Listing and Code Approvals
4
7
A. Appliance Certification . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
2
Getting Started
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
3
4
Installation of Fireplace
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
5
6
13
Install the Outside Air Kit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Secure the Fireplace . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Install the Refractory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Place the Protective Metal Hearth Strips . . . . . . . . . . 18
Level the Fireplace. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Chimney Assembly
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
F.
G.
9
Selecting Fireplace Location . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Clearances . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Sidewalls/Surrounds . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Frame the Fireplace . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Construct the Chase . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Chimney Requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
19
Chimney Requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Using Offsets/Returns . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Assemble the Chimney Sections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Install the Ceiling Firestops . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Install the Attic Insulation Shield . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
Double-check the Chimney Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
Secure the Chimney . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
Complete the Enclosure
25
A. Chimney Termination . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
B. Chase Top . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
C. Install the Termination Cap . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
29
A. Gas Log/Lighter Provisions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
8
Design and Installation Considerations . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Negative Pressure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Typical Fireplace System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Tools and Supplies Needed . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Inspect Fireplace and Components . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Framing and Clearances
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
F.
5
Accessories
Finishing
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
9
Operating Instructions
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
F.
G.
H.
I.
30
Hearth Extension . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
Finishing Material . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
Mantel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
Sidewalls/Surrounds . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
Glass Doors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
34
General Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
Outside Air . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
Clear Space Near the Fireplace. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
Flue Damper . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
Firescreen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
Glass Doors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
Grate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
Wood Fuel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
Starting a Fire . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
10 Troubleshooting
38
A. Understanding Vent Problems . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38
B. Diagnostics and Problem Solving . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
11 Maintenance and Servicing the Fireplace 41
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
Disposal of Ashes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
Chimney Inspection/Cleaning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
Firebox Refractory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
Maintenance Task List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
Chimney Fire . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
12 Reference Materials
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
F.
43
Fireplace Dimensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43
Fireplace Components . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44
Chimney Components . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45
Service Parts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50
Limited Warranty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55
Contact Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56
Note: An arrow (¨) found in the text signifies change in content.
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Listing and Code Approvals
A. Appliance Certification
This fireplace system has been tested and listed in accordance with UL 127 and ULC-S610 standards by Underwriters Laboratories Inc. for installation and operation in the
United States and Canada.
This fireplace has been tested and listed for use with the optional components specified in this manual. These optional
components may be purchased separately and installed at
a later date. Installation of an outside air kit will require significant reconstruction and is best if installed at the time of
fireplace installation.
Heatilator is a registered trademark of Hearth & Home Technologies Inc.
WARNING
Improper installation, adjustment, alteration, service
or maintenance can cause injury or property damage.
Refer to the owner’s information manual provided with
this fireplace. For assistance or additional information
consult a qualified installer, service agency or your
dealer.
Not intended for use as a primary heat source.
This fireplace is tested and approved as a decorative fireplace. It should not be factored as a primary heat source
in residential heating calculations.
WARNING
Fire Risk
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Do not install or operate damaged fireplace.
Do not modify fireplace.
Installation other than as instructed by Hearth & Home
Technologies Inc. is strictly prohibited.
Do not operate the fireplace without fully assembling
all components.
Do not overfire.
Do not install an unvented gas log set. This fireplace
has not been tested for use with unvented gas log
sets.
Installation and/or use of any component part not
approved by Hearth & Home Technologies.
Hearth & Home Technologies disclaims any responsibility
for, and the warranty and agency listing will be voided by
the above actions.
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Getting Started
A. Design and Installation Considerations
CAUTION
Check building codes prior to installation.
• Installation MUST comply with local, regional,
state and national codes and regulations.
• Consult insurance carrier, local building inspector,
fire officials or authorities having jurisdiction about
restrictions, installation inspection and permits.
When planning a fireplace installation, it is necessary to determine the following information before installing:
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Where the fireplace is to be installed. See Sections
3 and 4.
The vent system configuration to be used. See Sections
5 and 6.
Gas supply piping. See Section 7.
Framing and finishing details. See Sections 3, 6 and 8.
Whether optional accessories—devices such as a fan, wall
switch or remote control—are desired. See Section 12.
Draft is the pressure difference needed to vent fireplaces
successfully. Considerations for successful draft include:
•
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Preventing negative pressure
Location of fireplace and chimney
WARNING
Asphyxiation Risk
Negative pressure can cause spillage of
combustion fumes and soot. Fire needs to draft
properly for safe operation.
B. Negative Pressure
Negative pressure results from the imbalance of air available for the fireplace to operate properly. Causes for this
imbalance include:
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Exhaust fans (kitchen, bath, etc.).
Range hoods.
Combustion air requirements for furnaces, water heaters
and other combustion appliances.
Clothes dryers.
Location of return-air vents to furnace or air
conditioning.
Imbalances of the HVAC air handling system.
Upper level air leaks: recessed lighting, attic hatch
opening, duct leaks.
To minimize the effects of negative air pressure, the following must be considered:
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Install the outside air kit. Install the intake on the side of
the house towards prevailing winds during the heating
season.
Ensure adequate outdoor air is supplied for combustion
appliances and exhaust equipment.
Ensure furnace and air conditioning return vents are not
located in the immediate vicinity of the fireplace.
Avoid installing the fireplace near doors, walkways or small
isolated spaces.
Recessed lighting should be a “sealed can” design; attic
hatches weather stripped or sealed; attic mounted duct
work and air handler joints and seams taped or sealed.
Basement installations should be avoided due to stack
effect. Stack effect creates negative pressure in lower
levels. Hearth & Home Technologies recommends the
use of direct vent fireplaces in basements.
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Location of the fireplace and chimney will affect performance.
As shown in Figure 2.1 the chimney should:
•
Be installed through the warm airspace enclosed by the
building envelope. This helps to produce more draft,
especially during lighting and die-down of the fire.
• Penetrate the highest part of the roof. This minimizes the
effects of wind turbulence.
• Be located away from trees, adjacent structures, uneven
roof lines and other obstructions.
Offsets can restrict draft so their use should be minimized.
Consider the fireplace location relative to floor and ceiling
and attic joists.
Recommended
Location
Location
Not
Recommended
Recommended
Location
Marginal
Location
Location
Not
Recommended
Windward
Outside Air Intake
Leeward
Multi-level Roofs
Figure 2.1
6
Recommended Chimney Locations
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C. Typical Fireplace System
The Heatilator fireplace system consists of the following:
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Fireplace/integral grate/refractory/outside air system
Refractory
Chimney termination cap
Chimney system (SL1100 series pipe is NOT approved for Canada)
Hearth extension
Optional components include:
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Glass doors
Chimney air kit (required in Canada)
SLA10 - 11-10 in./279-254mm adaptor (required in Canada)
Additional lateral
support for chimney
above roof (or enclosed
in chase) if needed
Non-combustible
roof flashing maintains
minimum clearance
around chimney
Support straps
on rafter supports
chimney (not shown)
Termination cap
Storm Collar
Chimney penetrates roof
preferably without affecting
roof rafters
Offset/Return (with hanger straps)
Attic insulation shield (not shown) must
be used here to keep insulation away
from chimney if attic is insulated
Ceiling firestop
on floor of attic
Chimney system
(SLA10 not shown)
Framing headed off
in ceiling joists
Combustible
framing/header
on top of
V-shaped
standoffs
(spacers)
Enclosed space above
and around fireplace
Mantel and surround
Decorative facing
and trim
Hearth extension
Outside
combustion air
Factory-built fireplace
Protective metal
hearth strip(s)
Figure 2.2
Typical Fireplace System
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D. Tools and Supplies Needed
E. Inspect Fireplace and Components
WARNING
Before beginning the installation be sure the following tools
and building supplies are available:
Reciprocating saw
Framing material
Pliers
High temp caulking material
Hammer
Gloves
Phillips screwdriver
Framing square
Flat blade screwdriver
Electric drill and bits
Plumb line
Safety glasses
Level
Tape measure
Fire Risk
Explosion Risk
Inspect fireplace and components for
damage. Damaged parts may impair safe
operation.
• Do NOT install damaged components.
• Do NOT install incomplete components.
• Do NOT install substitute components
Report damaged parts to dealer.
1/2-3/4 in. length, #6 or #8 self-drilling screws
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Misc. screws and nails
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CAUTION
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Keep fireplace dry.
Mold or rust may cause odors.
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Carefully remove the fireplace and components from the
packaging.
The vent system components and doors are shipped in
separate packages.
Report to your dealer any parts damaged in shipment.
Read all the instructions before starting the installation.
Follow these instructions carefully during the
installation to ensure maximum safety and benefit.
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Framing and Clearances
WARNING
Fire Risk
Provide adequate clearances.
• Around air openings
• To combustibles
• For service access.
Locate fireplace away from traffic areas.
A. Selecting Fireplace Location
Several options are available to you when choosing a location for your fireplace. This fireplace may be used as a room
divider, installed along a wall, across a corner or used in an
exterior chase. See Figure 3.1.
21-1/2 in.
(546 mm)
Note:
• Illustrations and photos reflect typical installations
and are FOR DESIGN PURPOSES ONLY.
• Illustrations/diagrams are not drawn to scale.
• Actual installation/appearance may vary due to
individual design preference.
• Hearth & Home Technologies reserves the right to
alter its products.
Locating the fireplace in a basement, near frequently opened
doors, central heat outlets or returns, or other locations of
considerable air movement can affect the performance and
cause intermittent smoke spillage from the front of the fireplace. Consideration should be given to these factors before
deciding on a location. See Sections 2 and 10.
65-5/8 in.
(1667 mm)
28-1/2 in.
(724 mm)
A
24 in.
(610 mm)
A
46-3/8 in.
(1178 mm)
Across a
corner
92-3/4 in.
(2356 mm)
In an exterior chase
or projecting into a
garage
28-1/2 in.
(724 mm)
Along a wall
As a room
divider
5/8 in. (16 mm)
all configurations
A
A
28-1/2 in.
(724 mm)
48 in.
(1219 mm)
Note: 1-1/2 in. (38 mm) min.
distance from fireplace to
combustible materials.
Figure 3.1
Note: In addition to these
framing dimensions,
also reference the
following sections:
• Clearances (Section
3.B.)
• Mantel Projections
(Section 8.C)
• Fireplace Dimensions
(Section 12.A.)
I80
With Outside
Air
Without
Outside Air
A
in.
59
mm
1499
in.
51-1/2
mm
1308
Fireplace Locations
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B. Clearances
WARNING
Fire Risk
• Comply with all minimum clearances to combustibles as specified.
• Framing or finishing material used on the front of, or in front of, the
appliance closer than the minimums listed, must be constructed entirely
of noncombustible materials (i.e., steel studs, concrete board, etc.).
Failure to comply may cause fire.
Storm Collar
of)
(ro
Roof Flashing
2 in. min.
(51 mm)
2 in. min.
(51 mm)
(attic)
Attic
Insulation
Shield
Ceiling Firestop
(ceiling)
2 in. min.
(51 mm)
2 in. min.
(51 mm)
Offset/Return with
hanger straps
Ceiling Firestop
(ceiling)
2 in. min.
(51 mm)
2 in. min.
(51 mm)
Must have 2 in. (51 mm)
minimum clearance
to header
Adaptor attached here (not shown)
0 in. to level
of standoffs
1-1/2 in. (38mm) from
back of appliance
1-1/2 in. (38mm) from
side of appliance
(except at nailing flanges
where it is 1/2 in. (13 mm)
0 in.
from floor
Figure 3.2
Clearances to Combustible Materials
Note: Chimney air kit and 11-10 in./279-254mm adaptor are not shown,
but are required in Canada.
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C. Sidewalls/Surrounds
Adjacent combustible side walls must be located a minimum of 24 in. (610 mm) from the fireplace opening. See Figure 3.3.
If you are using a decorative surround constructed of combustible material, it must be located within the shaded area defined in Figure 3.3. Short stub walls are also acceptable if they are contained within the shaded area.
4 in.
BRICK
FRONT (102 mm)
FLUSH FRONT
42 in.
(1067 mm)
51-1/2 in.
23-3/4 in.
(603 mm)
50°
39°
(1308 mm)
24 in.
(610 mm)
Figure 3.3
19-3/4 in.
(502 mm)
24 in.
(610 mm)
Sidewalls and Surrounds
D. Frame the Fireplace
Figure 3.4 shows a typical framing (using 2 x 4 lumber) of the fireplace, assuming combustible materials are used. All required clearances to combustibles around the fireplace must be adhered to. See Figure 3.2. Any framing across the top of
the fireplace must be above the level of the top standoffs.
2 in. (51 mm)
minimum air
space clearance
to the enclosure.
Note: Fireplace header
cannot be positioned until
after the fireplace
assembly is in place.
51-1/2 in.
(1308 mm)
Use only noncombustible
material below the top of
the front standoffs.
28-1/2 in.
(724 mm)
Figure 3.4
Framing the Fireplace
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E. Construct the Chase
A chase is a vertical boxlike structure built to enclose the fireplace and/or its vent system. Vertical chimneys that run on
the outside of a building must be installed inside a chase.
Construction of the chase may vary with the type of building. These instructions are not substitutes for the requirements of local building codes. Local building codes MUST
be checked.
Chases should be constructed in the manner of all outside
walls of the home to prevent cold air drafting problems. The
chase should not break the outside building envelope in any
manner. All outer walls need to be insulated.
Gas line holes and other openings should be caulked with
high temperature caulk or stuffed with unfaced fiberglass insulation. If the fireplace is being installed on a cement slab,
we recommend that in cold climates, a sheet of plywood or
other raised platform be placed underneath to prevent conducting cold up into the room.
Three examples of chase applications are shown in Figure 3.6.
1. Fireplace and chimney enclosed in an exterior chase.
2. Chimney offset through exterior wall and enclosed in
chase.
3. Chase constructed on roof.
Building codes require false ceiling and ceiling firestops at
each floor of the chase or every 10 ft (3.05 m) of clear space
to control spread of fire.
All outside walls should be insulated.
Walls, ceiling, base plate and cantilever floor at the first level
of the chase should be insulated. See Figure 3.5. Vapor and
air infiltration barriers should be installed in the chase as per
regional codes for the rest of the home. Additionally, Hearth
& Home Technologies recommends that the inside surfaces be sheet rocked and taped (or the use of an equivalent
method) for maximum air tightness.
Round Termination Cap
1
Figure 3.6
Metal Chase Top
Ceiling
Firestop
2
3
Chase Constructions
F. Chimney Requirements
When planning your fireplace location, the chimney construction and necessary clearances must be considered.
The fireplace system and chimney components have been
tested to provide flexibility in construction. Vertical distances
are measured from the base of the fireplace as shown in
Figure 5.2.
False Ceiling
Tabs
Attic
Insulation
Shield
Ceiling
Firestop
Insulation
False Ceiling
• Minimum overall straight height
Insulation
False Ceiling
Chimney
• Minimum height with offset/return
Insulation in the
outside walls
of the chase
Chase Assembly
m
5.5
18.5
5.6
• Maximum height
90
27.4
• Maximum chimney length between an offset and
return
20
6
• Maximum distance between chimney stabilizers
35
10.7
• Double offset/return minimum height
24
7.3
6
1.8
35
10.7
6
1.8
• Maximum unsupported chimney length between the
offset and return
• Maximum straight unsupported chimney height
above the fireplace
Figure 3.5
ft
18
• Maximum unsupported chimney above roof
Note: A maximum of two pairs of offsets and returns may
be used.
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Installation of Fireplace
WARNING
CAUTION
Fire Risk
Asphyxiation Risk
Do not draw outside combustion air from:
• Wall, floor or ceiling cavity.
• Enclosed space such as an attic or
garage.
• Close proximity to exhaust vents or
chimneys.
Fumes or odor may result.
Sharp Edges
• Wear protective gloves and safety glasses
during installation.
A. Install the Outside Air Kit
This fireplace will operate correctly only if adequate ventilation is provided to allow proper draft to the fireplace system.
See Section 2.
The outside air kit is supplied with this fireplace and its use
is highly recommended to minimize the effects of negative
pressure within the structure. We recommend you utilize the
shortest duct run to optimize the performance of the outside
air kit. Cold air flow can be minimized by putting a small dip
in the duct creating a cold air trap. This trap can also help
prevent heat build-up and exhausting out the intake due to
the stack effect. The outside air kit inlet should be positioned
in a manner that will not allow snow, leaves, etc. to block
the inlet. In some installations the air duct may need to be
run vertically. In such an installation, a 3 ft (.914 m) height
difference must be maintained from the top of the uppermost chimney section to the outside combustion air inlet.
See Figure 4.2.
CAUTION
Risk of Smoke Spillage
Outside air inlet must be located to prevent blockage
from:
• Leaves
• Snow/ice
• Other debris
Blockage may cause combustion air starvation.
See Figure 4.3 for proper placement of outside air inlet.
The outside air kit is installed on the left hand side of the
fireplace. See Figure 4.4 for handle location/operation.
Flexible Duct
(not supplied)
Outside Air
Shield
Figure 4.1
2 Wire Ties
Inlet Ring
Outside Air Installation
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Handle up - open
Handle down - closed
Attic insulation shield
must be used to keep
insulation away from
chimney.
3 ft min. from top of
uppermost chimney
section to air inlet.
Ceiling firestop
on floor of attic.
Figure 4.4
Note: Chimney air kit and 11-10 in./279-254mm
adaptor are required in Canada.
11-10 in./279-254mm
adaptor not shown
Figure 4.2
Typical Outside Air Inlet Locations
NO
NO
Outlet blocked by
snow, leaves, etc.
Garage or
combustible
liquids storage
NO
Attic space
NO
Outlet placed
higher than 3 ft
below the
termination cap
YES
Clear area
outside
house or in
ventilated
crawl space
Figure 4.3
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Locating the Outside Air Control
Factory-built
fireplace
Use only duct materials specified
by manufacturer (preferably with
short run or mainly straight duct,
except small dip for cold air trap
which will help prevent flow of cold air).
Outside Combustion Air Placement
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B. Secure the Fireplace
•
•
Position the Fireplace
This fireplace may be placed on either a combustible or
noncombustible continuous flat surface. Follow the instructions for framing in Section 3.D. Slide the fireplace
into position. Be sure to provide the minimum air clearance at the sides and back of the fireplace assembly.
See Section 3.B.
•
Remove smoke shield by removing five screws. See
Figure 4.7. Smoke shield is located at top of fireplace
front.
Remove screens by removing screw from the end of each
screen rod. See Figure 4.8.
Smoke Shield
Front Face
WARNING
Skip
Fire Risk!
• Prevent contact with sagging, loose
insulation.
• Do NOT install against vapor barriers or
exposed insulation.
Skip
Remove these screws.
Figure 4.7
Removing Smoke Shield
Figure 4.8
Removing the Screen Rods
C. Install the Refractory
We recommend two installers for hearth stone and refractory installation!
•
Remove back refractory from outside of fireplace by
bending tabs up and lifting refractory out of brackets.
See Figure 4.5. Bend tabs back down out of the way.
See Figure 4.6. Do not remove screws or brackets from
fireplace. If brackets are removed, fill holes in outer
shell with screws. Repeat this process to remove side
refractories.
•
Figure 4.5
Remove hearth stone by removing three corrugated
shipping spacers (Figure 4.9). Lift hearth stone out of
fireplace. See Figure 4.10.
Unpacking Back Refractory
Figure 4.9
Figure 4.6
Bending Refractory Shipping Tabs
Back Down
Shipping Spacers
Figure 4.10 Lifting Out the Hearth Stone
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•
Remove fireplace from pallet. The fireplace is attached
to pallet with two brackets on each side and rear of outer
shell. See Figure 4.11. Remove screws from bracket, pallet
and fireplace. Replace screws removed from fireplace.
Slide fireplace into position (brackets can be used to
anchor fireplace in position). Once fireplace has been put
into position, install refractories.
•
•
Install back refractory, making sure refractory is
centered and notches are to the bottom of firebox. Place
grate brackets in outer two notches of refractory. See
Figure 4.13.
Secure back refractory in place with a screw and bracket
supplied in hardware package. See Figure 4.14.
GRATE BRACKETS
Figure 4.13 Back Refractory with Grate Brackets in Place
Figure 4.11 Removing Shipping Brackets
Note: Before installing refractories and hearth stone, be
sure all back edges of each piece are smooth to ensure
proper fit. Scrape away excess with a regular screwdriver.
See Figure 14.12.
REFRACTORY
BRACKET
Figure 4.14 Attaching Back Refractory
Figure 4.12 Scrape Away Rough Edges
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Note: To ensure proper installation, gas knockouts in the side
refractory should be positioned towards back of fireplace. See
Figure 4.15.
•
•
GRATE
BRACKET
GAS
KNOCKOUT
Figure 4.17 Grate Secured in Grate Bracket
•
Figure 4.15 Gas Knockout
•
•
•
•
Place grate into grate brackets. See Figure 4.17.
Replace smoke shield.
Replace left and right screens.
Tilt top of side refractory towards center of firebox when
placing it into fireplace. Push side refractory towards
back corner of fireplace until it fits tightly against back
refractory.
Secure side refractory in place with a screw and bracket
provided in the hardware package.
Repeat these two steps for installation of the other side
refractory.
When placing hearth stone into fireplace, slide it back
until it fits tightly against back refractory (underneath grate
brackets). See Figure 4.16.
GRATE
BRACKET
Figure 4.16 Sliding Bottom Refractory Towards
Back of Fireplace
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D. Place the Protective Metal Hearth Strips
WARNING
Fire Risk!
• Metal hearth strips MUST be installed.
Sparks or embers may ignite flooring.
Included with your fireplace you will find two metal hearth strips
measuring approximately 26 in. x 4 in. (660 mm x 102 mm).
These strips are used to provide added protection where the
fireplace and the hearth extension meet.
Slide each metal strip 2 in. (51 mm) under the front edge of
the fireplace. The individual pieces must overlap each other
by 1 in. (25 mm) minimum in the middle of the fireplace to
provide continuous coverage of the floor. See Figure 4.18.
These metal strips should extend from the front and sides of
the fireplace opening by 2 in. (51 mm).
Note: When elevating the fireplace above the hearth extension the front of the elevated platform must be protected with
a protective metal hearth strip as shown in Figure 4.19.
1 in. overlap
Metal strips are placed 2 in. (51 mm) under the front
of the fireplace and must extend beyond the front
and sides of fireplace opening by 2 in. (51 mm).
Figure 4.18 Position the Protective Metal Hearth Strips
Top piece must overlap
bottom piece
E. Level the Fireplace
Level fireplace side-to-side and front-to-back. Shim with
noncombustible material, such as sheet metal, as necessary. Secure fireplace (using nailing flanges located on either side of fireplace) to the vertical framing.
Raised Platform
2 in.
(51 mm)
1 in. (25 mm) min.
overlap
Floor
Important: To ensure proper fit of the glass doors, check
fireplace opening for square. Measure diagonal distances
of the opening to make sure they are equal. If they are not,
continue to shim fireplace until those diagonals are equal.
2 in.
(51 mm)
Figure 4.19 Protect the Front of an Elevated Platform
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Chimney Assembly
Chimney must extend
beyond combustible
roof structure
Maintain minimum
height of chimney
above roof
Install roof flashing
according to minimum
requirements
Offsets/returns
may not exceed
30° from vertical
Termination Cap
Additional
support for
tall chimneys
Storm Collar
Maintain minimum
clearances to
combustibles as
specified
Support straps for offsets/
returns must be secured
to adequate framing
Lock chimney
sections together
firmly to resist
movement
Ceiling firestops
are required where
chimney passes
through ceiling or
floor
Figure 5.1 Typical Chimney System - Guidelines for Chimney System Installation
NOTE:
•
•
•
Chimney performance may vary.
Trees, buildings, roof lines and wind conditions affect
performance.
Chimney height may need adjustment if smoking or
overdraft occurs.
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A. Chimney Requirements
Vertical distances are measured from the base of the fireplace as shown in Figure 5.2.
ft
m
18
5.5
18.5
5.6
• Maximum height
90
27.4
• Maximum chimney length between an offset and
return
20
6
• Maximum distance between chimney stabilizers
35
10.7
• Double offset/return minimum height
24
7.3
6
1.8
35
10.7
6
1.8
• Minimum overall straight height
• Minimum height with offset/return
• Maximum unsupported chimney length between the
offset and return
• Maximum straight unsupported chimney height
above the fireplace
• Maximum unsupported chimney above roof
To determine the chimney components needed to complete
your particular installation, follow the steps below:
•
Determine the total vertical height of the fireplace
installation. This dimension is measured from the base of
the fireplace assembly to the point where the smoke exits
the termination cap.
Subtract the effective height of the fireplace assembly from
the overall height of the fireplace installation (measured
from the base of the fireplace to the bottom of the
termination cap).
Refer to Table 5.1 to determine what components must
be selected to complete the fireplace installation.
Determine the number of ceiling firestops, stabilizers,
roof flashing, etc. required to complete the fireplace
installation.
•
•
•
Note: A maximum of two pairs of offsets and returns may
be used.
6 ft (1.8 m) max.
unsupported chimney
above roof
WARNING
6 ft (1.8 m) max.
unsupported run
Fire Risk
• Must maintain 2 in. (51 mm) air clearance
to insulation and other combustible
materials.
20 ft (6 m) max.
pipe between an
offset & return
Table 5.1
HEIGHT OF CHIMNEY
COMPONENTS
US
35 ft (10.7 m)
max. straight
unsupported
chimney height
Ceiling Firestop
in.
mm
4-3/4
121
11-10 in./279-254mm
adaptor required in
Canada
Canada
Chimney Stabilizer
SL11
SL4
Ceiling Firestops
FS538
FS538
0
0
FS540
FS540
0
0
SL430
14-1/2
368
RF570
RF570
0
0
RF571
RF571
0
0
SL1106
SL406
4-3/4
121
SL1112
SL412
10-3/4
273
SL1118
SL418
16-3/4
425
SL1136
SL436
34-3/4
883
SL1148
SL448
46-3/4
1187
n/a
SLA10
16-3/4
425
18.5 ft (5.6 m) min. height/single offset-return
24 ft. (7.3 m) min. height/double offset-return
55-1/2 in.
(1410 mm)
Effective Height
(bottom of fireplace
to top of starter collar)
90 ft (27.4 m) max. height
Offsets/Returns
SL1130
Figure 5.2
Roof Flashing
Chimney Requirements
Chimney Sections*
CAUTION
•
•
Do NOT connect this fireplace to a chimney flue
servicing another appliance.
Do NOT connect to any air distribution duct or
system.
* Dimensions reflect effective height.
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B. Using Offsets/Returns
To bypass any overhead obstructions, the chimney may be
offset using an offset/return.
An offset and return may be attached together or a chimney
section(s) may be used between an offset and return.
Perform the following steps to determine the correct chimney component combination for your particular installation:
•
Measure how far the chimney needs to be shifted to enable
it to avoid the overhead obstacle. See Figure 5.3. Use
dimension “A” to determine chimney section required to
achieve the needed shift.
After determining the offset dimension, refer to Table 5.2
and find the “A” dimension closest to but not less than the
distance of shift needed for your installation.
The “B” dimension that coincides with the “A” dimension
represents the required vertical clearance that is needed
to complete the offset and return.
Read across the chart and find the number of chimney
sections required and the model number of those particular
chimney parts.
Whenever the chimney penetrates a floor/ceiling, a ceiling
firestop must be installed.
The effective height of the fireplace assembly is measured
from the base of the fireplace to the top of the starter collar.
See Dimensions in Section 12.
•
•
•
WARNING
Fire Risk
• Draft will be restricted if offset/return
greater than 30° are used.
•
•
Table 5.2
A
B
A
SL1106 SL1112 SL1118 SL1136 SL1148
SL406 SL412 SL418 SL436 SL448
in.
mm
in.
mm
4 7/8
124
17 7/8
454
-
-
-
-
-
7 1/4
184
22
559
1
-
-
-
-
9 3/4
248
26 1/8
664
2
-
-
-
-
10 1/4
260
27 1/4
692
-
1
-
-
-
12 3/4
324
31 3/8
797
1
1
-
-
-
13 1/4
337
32 3/8
822
-
-
1
-
-
15 3/4
400
36 5/8
930
-
2
-
-
-
18 1/8
460
40 3/4
1035
1
2
-
-
-
18 3/4
476
41 3/4
1060
-
1
1
-
-
21 3/4
552
47
1194
-
-
2
-
-
22 1/4
565
48
1219
-
-
-
1
-
24 3/4
629
52 1/8
1324
1
-
-
1
-
27 3/4
705
57 3/8
1457
-
1
-
1
-
28 1/4
718
58 3/8
1483
-
-
-
-
1
30 3/4
781
62 1/2
1588
1
-
-
-
1
33 3/4
857
67 3/4
1721
-
1
-
-
1
36 3/4
933
73
1854
-
-
1
-
1
39 3/4
1010
78 1/8
1984
-
-
-
2
-
41 1/8
1045
82 3/8
2092
1
-
-
2
-
45 3/4
1162
88 1/2
2248
-
-
-
1
1
48 1/8
1222
92 3/4
2356
1
-
-
1
1
51 3/4
1314
98 7/8
2511
-
-
-
-
2
B
1-1/4 in. (32 mm)
OVERLAP
Figure 5.3
Chimney Offset/Return
Example: Your “A” dimension from
Figure 5.3 is 14 1/2 in. (368 mm).
Using Table 5.2 the dimension closest to, but not less than 14 1/2 in.
(368 mm) is 15 3/4 in. (400 mm) using
a 30° offset/return. It is then determined from the table that you would
need 36 5/8 in. (930 mm) (Dimension
“B”) between the offset and return.
The chimney components that best
fit your application are two SL1112s
or SL412s.
Proper assembly of air cooled chimney parts results in an overlap of chimney joints
of 1-1/4 in. (32 mm). Effective length is built into this table.
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C. Assemble the Chimney Sections
Attach either a straight chimney section or an offset to the
top of the fireplace (depending on your installation requirement, US only). Chimney sections are locked together by
pushing downward until the top section meets the stop bead
on the lower section.
Note: The ceiling firestop MUST be nailed to the bottom
of the ceiling joists EXCEPT when the space above is
uninsulated and the attic insulation shield is not being used
(see Figure 5.5). When the attic insulation shield is used
the ceiling firestop may be above or below the joist of an
insulated ceiling.
The inner flue is placed to the inside of the flue section below
it. The outer casing is placed outside the outer casing of the
chimney section below it. See Figure 5.4.
ROOM ABOVE (non-insulated ceiling)
B
A
Ceilng firestop from
bottom
ATTIC ABOVE (insulated ceiling)
Ceiling firestop from
top
Figure 5.4
When attic insulation
shield not used
Assembling Chimney Sections
Note: Inner flue and outer liner sections cannot be disassembled once locked together. Plan ahead to ensure the
proper installation height is achieved with the selected
chimney components.
Note: Use same dimensional lumber for framing
ceiling firestop and joists.
A
WARNING
Fire Risk
Do NOT install substitute or damaged
chimney components.
• MUST use chimney system described in
this manual.
• NO OTHER chimney components may
be used.
Substitute or damaged chimney components
may impair safe operation.
Catalog #
Figure 5.5
in.
B
mm
in.
mm
FS538
17
432
17
432
FS540
17
432
26
660
Installing the Ceiling Firestop
Note: You must provide support for the pipe during construction and check to be sure inadvertent loading has not
dislodged the chimney section from the fireplace or at any
chimney joint.
D. Install the Ceiling Firestops
•
•
•
Mark and cut an opening in the ceiling for the ceiling
firestop being used. See Figure 5.5.
Frame the opening with the same size lumber used in the
ceiling joists.
Install the ceiling firestop.
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CAUTION
•
•
Ceiling firestops must be used at ceiling/floor.
Chase construction requires ceiling firestops at each
floor or every 10 ft (3.05 m) of clear space.
• Use same dimensional lumber as joists.
Ceiling firestop slows spread of fire and reduces cold air
infiltration.
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¨ E. Install the Attic Insulation Shield
Pipe
WARNING
Fire Risk
• DO NOT pack insulation or other
combustibles: between ceiling firestops;
between chimney and attic insulation
shield.
• ALWAYS maintain specified clearances
around chimney and ceiling firestop
systems.
• Install ceiling firestops as specified.
Failure to keep insulation or other material
away from chimney pipe may cause fire.
Attic Insulation Shield
•
•
•
•
•
•
Insert three
screws
17 in. (432 mm)
diameter
Ceiling Firestop
Insulation
13 in.
(330 mm)
Figure 5.7
Install Attic Insulation Shield Above the Ceiling
Tabs bent in to
rest against pipe
Pipe
Attic Insulation Shield
17 in. (432 mm)
diameter
6 Tabs bent
in 90°
Insulation
13 in.
(330 mm)
Figure 5.8
Bend inward
90°
Pipe
Insulation
Roll the shield (around the chimney if already installed)
until you have a 3 in. (76 mm) overlap and the three holes
on each side match up.
Insert three screws into the matching holes to form a
tube.
Bend three tabs on the bottom of the tube inward to 90°
to maintain chimney clearance. See Figure 5.6.
Tape over the resulting openings with aluminum tape to
prevent insulation being blown into them.
Rest the insulation shield on the ceiling firestop below.
Bend the three short tabs at the top of the shield inward
to 90° to maintain the 2 in. (51 mm) clearance from the
chimney.
Bend the remaining top tabs to just meet the pipe.
Bend remaining tabs
to rest against pipe to
prevent insulation
from falling in.
6 Tabs bent
in 90°
Tape
here
An insulation shield must be installed when there is a possibility of insulation coming into contact with the factory built
chimney system. Installation of a ceiling firestop is required
(see Figures 5.7 and 5.8).
•
Tabs bent in to
rest against pipe
Tape
here
Pipe
Insulation
Ceiling Firestop
Install Attic Insulation Shield Below the Ceiling
If you wish to make a custom shield or barrier, follow these
guidelines:
•
•
•
•
Metal is preferred, although any material stiff enough to
hold up against the insulation can be used.
The shield or barrier must be tall enough to extend above
the insulation and prevent blown-in insulation from spilling
into the cavity.
Maintain specified cleaances around chimney.
Check instructions and local codes for further details.
3 in. (76 mm)
overlap
Figure 5.6
Prepare Attic Insulation Shield
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F. Double-check the Chimney Assembly
Continue assembling the chimney sections up through the
ceiling firestops as needed. While doing so, be aware of the
height and unsupported chimney length limitations given under Section 5.A. Chimney Requirements.
Check each section by pulling up slightly from the top to ensure proper engagement before installing the succeeding
sections. If they have been connected correctly, they will not
disengage when tested.
G. Secure the Chimney
When offsets and returns are joined to straight pipe sections,
they must be locked into position with the screws provided*
(outer only), using the predrilled holes. To prevent gravity
from pulling the chimney sections apart, the returns and the
chimney stabilizers have hanger straps for securing these
parts to joists or rafters. See Figure 5.9.
*
or equivalent #6 or #8 sheet metal screw no longer than
3/4 in. (19 mm).
Straps
Optional
Additional
Support
Figure 5.9
Secure the Chimney
WARNING
Fire Risk
• Secure offsets with screws (not to exceed
3/4 in./19 mm in length).
• Secure returns with strapping.
• Straight chimney sections may be secured with screws
(not to exceed 3/4 in./19 mm in length) at the joints.
Keep chimney sections from separating or twisting.
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Ceiling
Firestop
Joint
Band
(Optional)
6
Complete the Enclosure
A. Chimney Termination
Chimney Termination Requirements (See Figures 6.1 and 6.2)
•
•
•
•
Must have a cap approved and listed for this fireplace system
Must not be located where it will become plugged by snow or other material
Must terminate at least 3 ft (914 mm) above the roof and at least 2 ft (610 mm) above any portion of the roof within 10 ft
(3.05 m)
Must be located away from trees or other structures
Slanted Roofs
Chimney must extend 2 ft (.6 m)
above any portion of the roof
within 10 ft (3 m) of the chimney
Chimney must
extend 3 ft (.9 m)
above the roof
Flat Roofs
Chimney must extend 2 ft (.6 m)
above any portion of the roof
within 10 ft (3 m) of the chimney
Chimney must
extend 3 ft (.9 m)
above the roof
Figure 6.1
Termination Requirements
Gas, Wood or Fuel
Oil Termination
Termination Caps Same Height
8 ft
A
18 in.
(457 mm)
Gas, Wood or Fuel
Oil Termination
(2.44 m)
(min. for B-Vent)
20 in.
8 ft
(508 mm)
B
(min. for direct vent)
to
Perpendicular
Wall
(2.44 m)
Wood
20 in. min. *
(508 mm)
Gas
Termination
(min. for B-Vent)
20 in.
(508 mm)
(min. for direct vent)
to
Perpendicular
Wall
Termination Caps Staggered Height
A Gas Termination Wood or Fuel Oil Termination
B 6 in. (152 mm) min.
20 in. (508 mm) min.
Figure 6.2
* If using decorative cap cover(s), this distance may
need to be increased. Refer to the installation instructions supplied with the decorative cap cover.
Multiple Chimneys
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Mark the Exit Point of the Roof
Locate the point where the chimney will exit the roof by
plumbing down to the center of the chimney. Drive a nail
up through the roof to mark the center. See Figure 6.3.
Cut Out the Hole in the Roof
Measure to either side of the nail and mark the 14-1/2 in.
x 14-1/2 in. (368 mm x 368 mm) opening required. This
is measured on the horizontal; actual length may be larger depending on the pitch of the roof. Cut out and frame
the opening. See Chapter 25 of the Uniform Building
Code for roof framing details.
WARNING
Fire Risk
• Must maintain 2 in. (51 mm) air clearance
to insulation and other combustible
materials.
Assemble the Chimney Sections Through the
Roof
Continue to add chimney sections through the roof opening, maintaining at least a 2 in. (51 mm) air space to combustible materials.
Install the Roof Flashing
If a roof flashing is to be used, install the roof flashing
appropriate to the roof pitch and install a round termination
cap and storm collar following the instructions shipped with
the cap.
Install the Chimney Air Kit (required in Canada)
Figure 6.3
Ceiling/Attic Construction
When installing the chimney air kit, follow the instructions
provided with this accessory.
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B. Chase Top
•
A metal chase top is required to seal the top of the chase
around the chimney pipe. The top should include a turndown and drip edge to prevent water from seeping into the
chase. Provide a 1/8 in. (3 mm) gap around the flue pipe
and slope the top downward away from the penetration. See
Figure 6.4.
•
•
•
Install the chimney sections up through the chase
enclosure. When using a TR11 or TR444 Round
Termination Cap, the uppermost top section of pipe must
extend 6 in. (152 mm) above the top of the flashing collar
to allow installation of the storm collar and termination cap.
See Figure 6.5.
Minimum 1-1/2 in. (38 mm) overlap of cap over pipe
All seams must be caulked to prevent leaks.
A chase installation must use a chase top. Chase tops
are available from your Heatilator dealer or may be field
constructed.
Attach the chase top to the top of the chase.
Storm Collar
2 in. (51 mm) min.
6 in. (152mm) min.
Flashing Collar
2 in. (51 mm) min. collar
Termination Cap
2 in. (51 mm) Collar
on Chase Top
Caulk
Slope Downward
Turn-down
Drip Edge
Chase
(Chimney)
.018 (26 ga) min.
Galvanized
Chase Top
Figure 6.4
Figure 6.5
Installing a TR11 or TR444 Round Termination Cap
Storm Collar
•
For installations utilizing a TR11T or TR442 Round
Telescoping Termination Cap, the uppermost chimney
section must be below the top of the chase top, but not
more than 14-1/2 in. (368 mm) below the top of the chase
top. Minimum overlap of chimney and termination cap
must be 1-1/2 in. (38 mm). See Figure 6.6.
Storm Collar
Flashing Collar
2 in. (51 mm) min.
Chase Top Construction
14-1/2 in. (368mm) max.
C. Install the Termination Cap
Note: To protect against the effect of corrosion on those
parts exposed to the weather, the termination cap can be
painted with a rust-resistant paint.
Top of Pipe
Figure 6.6
1-1/2 in. (38 mm) min.
overlap
Installing a TR11T or TR442 Round Telescoping Termination Cap
WARNING
Fire Risk
• The minimum overlap of cap to pipe
MUST be met or chimney may separate
from cap.
Separation allows sparks, heat and embers
to escape.
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•
For installations utilizing an ST1175 or ST475 Square
Termination Cap the last chimney section must not be
more than 4-1/2 in. (114 mm) below the chase top. See
Figure 6.7.
•
•
Flashing Collar
Cap Standoff
1-1/2 in.
(38 mm) min.
overlap
Figure 6.7
•
For chase installations you can use a TR11 or TR444
Round Termination Cap, a TR11T or TR442 Round
Telescoping Termination Cap, an ST1175 or ST475 Square
Termination Cap, or a TCT1175 Terra Cotta Termination
Cap.
For installations utilizing a European Copper Series
Termination Cap, See Figure 6.9.
2 in. (51 mm) min.
Top of Pipe
4-1/2 in.
(114 mm)
max.
Cap Base
Installing an ST1175 or ST475 Square Termination Cap
(cap inner flue)
For installations utilizing an TCT1175 Terra Cotta Cap the
last chimney section must be between 7 in. (178 mm) below
the chase top and 2 in. (51 mm) above. See Figure 6.8.
bracket (8)
screw (8)*
The last section of pipe
must stop between the
distances given below.
1-1/2 in. (38 mm)
min. overlap
{
Top of Pipe
Figure 6.8
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chimney top
chase
top
(metal or masonry) SL pipe
inner flue
2 in. (51 mm) above top
of the chase.
7 in. (178 mm) below top
of the chase.
Installing a TCT1175 Terra Cotta Cap (available is US
only)
Figure 6.9
•
2 - 6 in.
(51-152 mm)
2 in. (51 mm)
typical
Installing a European Copper Series Termination Cap
(CT11-King shown, available in US only)
Install termination caps following instructions provided
with them.
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Accessories
A. Gas Log/Lighter Provisions
A certified gas log lighter or decorative gas log set can be
installed in this fireplace.
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•
•
•
•
Maximum input is 100,000 BTU/hr.
Decorative gas appliance must be certified to ANSI Z21.60
“Standard for Decorative Gas Appliances for Installation
in Vented Fireplaces”.
Must be installed in accordance with the National Fuel
Gas Code, ANSI Z223.1.
A log set must incorporate a gas shutoff.
Log set requires the damper to be locked fully open.
Knockouts are provided on both sides of the fireplace and in
refractories for 1/2 in. (13 mm) iron pipe.
•
•
•
•
We recommend you seal refractory around pipe with
fireplace mortar or high temperature, noncombustible
sealant.
Repack insulation from the knockout around the pipe.
Maintain 1-1/2 in. (38 mm) air space around the pipe for
4 in. (102 mm) beyond the fireplace.
See Figure 7.1.
Firebox
Outer Shell
of Fireplace
Maintain air clearance
to combustibles.
WARNING
Asphyxiation Risk
• Damper must be locked open when gas logs
installed.
Gas fire generates fumes.
WARNING
Fire Risk
• For use with solid wood fuel or decorative
gas appliance only.
• DO NOT install unvented gas logs.
WARNING
Fire Risk
Explosion Risk
Inspect appliance and components for
damage. Damaged parts may impair safe
operation.
• Do NOT install damaged components.
• Do NOT install incomplete components.
• Do NOT install substitute components
Report damaged parts to dealer.
Refractory
Combustible
Materials
Seal with
fireplace mortar
or high temp
noncombustible
sealant
Gas Line
Repack
Insulation
Knockout
Figure 7.1
Gas Line
4 in.
(102 mm)
1-1/2 in.
(38 mm)
air space
Combustible materials
may be located at zero
clearance to gas line
beyond 4 in. (102 mm)
from fireplace side.
Gas Line Installation
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8
Finishing
A. Hearth Extension
A hearth extension must be installed with all fireplaces to
protect the combustible floor in front of the fireplace from
both radiant heat and sparks. See Figures 8.1-8.5.
Tile, stone or other
non-combustible material
Floor constructed of wood or
other combustible material
Figure 8.1
Fireplace
HX3 or HX4
Hearth Ext
or equivilent
insulation
(see Table below)
High temperature
(300°F min.) continuous,
non-combustible sealant
Protective
Metal Hearth
Strip
2 in. (51 mm)
required
1 in. overlap
Metal strips are placed 2 in. (51 mm) under the front
of the fireplace and must extend beyond the front
and sides of fireplace opening by 2 in. (51 mm).
Hearth Extension Construction
WARNING
Figure 8.2
Positioning the Protective Metal Hearth Strips
Fire Risk
• Metal hearth strips MUST be installed.
Sparks or embers may ignite flooring.
WARNING
Fire Risk
• Hearth extensions must be installed
exactly as specified.
High temperatures or hot embers may ignite
concealed combustibles.
¨ This fireplace has been tested and approved for use with a
hearth extension insulated to a minimum R value of 1.03.
To substitute materials for the factory-available hearth extensions, calculate insulation alternatives as per Table 8.1
and the following formulas:
•
•
•
Thermal conductivity per inch thickness = k
k = (BTU)(inch) / (foot2)(hour)(°F)
Required thickness = Rk
•
•
•
Thermal resistance per inch thickness = r
r = (foot2)(hour)(°F) / (BTU)(inch)
Required thickness = R / rB.
¨ Table 8.1
Hearth Extension Insulation Alternatives-Total minimum R Value must equal 1.03
k per inch
thick
Material
r per inch
thick
Minimum
thickness
required
Hearth & Home HX3, HX4 (Micore 300™)
0.49
2.06
1/2 in.
USG Micore 160™
0.39
3.54
1/2 in.
USG Durock™ Cement Board
1.92
0.52
2 in.
Cement Mortor
5.0
0.20
5-1/8 in.
Common Brick
5.0
0.20
5-1/8 in.
Ceramic Tile
12.50
0.08
12-1/4 in.
Armstrong™ Privacy Guard Plus
0.046
2.18
1/2 in.
14.3-20.0
0.07-0.05
14-5/8 in. - 20-3/8 in.
Marble
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CAT. #
HX3
HX4
A
Figure 8.3
C
B
A
B
in
52
16
mm
1321
406
in
66
20
mm
1676
508
Hearth Extension Dimensions
Note: Maximum height from floor
under fireplace to top of finished
hearth extension is 7-5/8 in. (195 mm)
12 in.
Min.
Figure 8.4
12 in.
Min.
20 in.
Min.
Floor
Micore
20 in.
(508 mm) Min.
Hearth Extension
Hearth Strip
Noncombustible Material
Raised Hearth Extension
Note: Maximum height from floor
under fireplace to top of finished
hearth extension is 7-5/8 in.
Floor
12 in.
Min.
12 in.
Min.
30 in. min.
Micore
Figure 8.5
30 in. Min.
Hearth Extension
Noncombustible Material
Hearth Strip
Flush Hearth Extension
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B. Finishing Material
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•
Combustible Material
Material which is made of or surfaced with wood,
compressed paper, plant fibers, plastics, or any material
capable of igniting and burning, whether flame proofed or
not, plastered or not plastered.
Non-Combustible Material
Material which will not ignite and burn. Such materials are
those consisting entirely of steel, iron, brick, tile, concrete,
slate, glass or plasters, or any combination thereof.
Materials that are reported as passing ASTM E 136,
Standard Test Method for Behavior of Materials in a
Vertical Tube Furnace at 750° C, shall be considered
non-combustible materials.
WARNING
•
Fire Risk
• Maintain clearances.
• Use only non-combustible material below
standoffs, material such as cement board is
acceptable.
Framing or finishing material used on the front of, or
in front of, the appliance closer than the minimums
listed, must be constructed entirely of noncombustible
materials (i.e., steel studs, concrete board, etc.).
•
Non-Combustible Sealant Material
Sealants which will not ignite and burn: Rutland, Inc.
Fireplace Mortar #63 (or equivalent), Rutland 76R, Nuflex
302, GE RTV116, GE RTV106 (or equivalent).
After completing the framing and applying the facing material
(drywall) over the framing, a bead of non-combustible sealant must be used to close off any gaps at the top and sides
between the fireplace and facing to prevent cold air leaks.
Large gaps can be bridged with fiberglass rope gasket.
Only non-combustible materials may be used to cover the
metal fireplace front.
Check for proper
chimney alignment
Keep framing and
combustibles at
assigned clearances
(do not notch framing)
Maintain clearance (air
spaces) to insulation and
framing as specified
Seal with noncombustible material at
top edge of fireplace.
Maintain clearances
to combustibles
around fireplace
Secure fireplace to
framing and make plumb
Use only noncombustible materials
over facing around
opening (unless
otherwise specified)
Provide firm support
for entire system
Install outside air
(as required)
Do not cover air
grilles or openings
Install protective
metal sealing strip(s)
Figure 8.6
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Extend hearth extension materials
to specified distance - use materials that meet or exceed minimum
required insulating values
Guidelines for Framing and Enclosing
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C. Mantel
A combustible mantel may be positioned no lower than
12 in. (305 mm) above the top of the fireplace opening. The
combustible mantel may have a maximum depth of 12 in.
(305 mm). Combustible trim pieces that project no more
than 1-1/2 in.(38 mm) from the face of the fireplace can
be placed no closer than 6 in. (152 mm) from the top of the
fireplace opening. See Figure 8.7. Combustible trim must
not cover the metal surfaces of the fireplace. This mantel
clearance is in accordance with Section 7-3.3.3 of ANSI/
NFPA211.
4 in.
BRICK
FRONT (102 mm)
FLUSH FRONT
42 in.
(1067 mm)
51-1/2 in.
23-3/4 in.
(603 mm)
50°
Figure 8.8
24 in.
24 in.
(610 mm)
(610 mm)
Sidewalls/Surrounds
WARNING
•
•
WARNING
Fire Risk
Do NOT obstruct air inlets.
Do NOT modify air inlets.
• Modifying or covering air inlets could cause
temperature rise and fire hazard.
Finishing materials must not interfere with:
• Air inlets
• Access for service
39°
(1308 mm)
D. Sidewalls/Surrounds
Adjacent combustible side walls must be located a minimum
of 24 in. (610 mm) from the fireplace opening. If you are using a decorative surround constructed of combustible material, it must be located within the shaded area defined in
Figure 8.8. Short stub walls are also acceptable if they are
contained within the shaded area.
19-3/4 in.
(502 mm)
•
•
Fire Risk
Finish all edges and fronts to clearances and
specifications.
Metal fireplace front may be covered with noncombustible material only.
Do NOT overlap combustible materials onto fireplace
front.
Install combustible materials up to specified clearances
on top front and side edges.
Seal joints between the finished wall and fireplace top
and sides using only a 300° F minimum sealant.
E. Glass Doors
This fireplace has been tested and listed for use with doors
as specified in Section 12.B. Fireplace Components. Please
refer to the manual packed with each set of doors for installation instructions.
12 in.
12 in. MIN.
Gas Knockout
Figure 8.7
55-1/2 in.
Effective
Height
Mantel Specifications
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9
Operating Instructions
WARNING
WARNING
HOT! DO NOT TOUCH.
SEVERE BURNS MAY RESULT.
CLOTHING IGNITION MAY RESULT.
Fire Risk
•
Do not operate fireplace before
reading and understanding operating
instructions.
Failure to operate fireplace properly may
cause fire.
A. General Information
Glass and other surfaces are hot during
operation and cool down.
•
•
•
Fireplaces, as well as other woodburning appliances, have
been used safely for many years. It has been our experience
that most problems are caused by improper installation and
operation of the fireplace. Make certain that installation and
operation of the fireplace system is in accordance with these
instructions.
It is extremely important that the fire be supervised whenever the fireplace is in use. It is also recommended that an
annual inspection be performed on the fireplace system to
determine if the flue system needs to be cleaned, or as in
the case of any appliance, if minor repairs are required to
maintain the system in top operating condition.
•
•
Keep children away.
CAREFULLY SUPERVISE children in same room as
fireplace.
Alert children and adults to hazards of high
temperatures.
Do NOT operate with protective barriers removed.
Keep clothing, furniture, draperies and other
combustibles away.
WARNING
Fire Risk
• For use with solid wood fuel or decorative gas
appliance only.
• Do not install unvented gas logs.
DAMPER
UP = open
DOWN = close
AIR KIT
UP = open
DOWN = closed
Figure 9.1
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General Operating Parts
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B. Outside Air
E. Firescreen
A source of air (oxygen) is required in order for combustion
to take place. Whatever air is consumed by the fire must be
replaced through cracks around windows, under doors, etc.
Most newly constructed houses or existing homes fitted with
tightly sealed doors and windows are relatively air tight. In
this case, an outside air source must be made available to
feed combustion air from outside the home.
A firescreen is always provided to control sparks. It must
be closed whenever the fireplace is in use. Glass doors or
firescreens must not be used to hold burning material inside the fireplace. Only those glass doors specifically tested
and listed for use with the specific fireplace model should be
used. Screens should be closed when the glass doors are
closed.
An outside air control handle allows you control of the outside air inlet if your fireplace is equipped with this option.
Use of outside air for combustion is highly recommended to
conserve heated air within the structure and to provide make
up air to keep the fireplace venting properly.
WARNING
Fire Risk
• Close firescreen when burning fireplace.
• Do not use firescreen or glass doors to
hold burning material in fireplace.
Firescreen controls sparks.
Glass may break or burning material may
roll out.
This fireplace will operate correctly only if adequate ventilation is provided to allow proper draft to the fireplace system.
See Figure 9.1 for location and operation.
CAUTION
Outside air control handle is HOT. Adjust before lighting
fire.
C. Clear Space Near the Fireplace
Combustible materials must not be stored on the hearth extension. Room furnishings such as drapes, curtains, chairs
or other combustibles must be at least 4 ft (1.22 m) from the
open front of the fireplace.
F. Glass Doors
Most efficient fireplace operation using glass doors is with
the doors open. When the doors are open the screen must
be closed. Only Hearth & Home Technologies glass doors
may be used. See Figure 9.2 for proper glass door operation.
FULLY OPEN
CORRECT
PARTLY OPEN
INCORRECT
FULLY CLOSED
CORRECT
PARTLY CLOSED
INCORRECT
D. Flue Damper
The flue damper must be in full open position, and is operated by moving the handle up toward the top of the fireplace.
Before lighting the fire, verify this by looking up from the inside of the fireplace. Always operate this fireplace with the
damper fully open. Please note: Down drafts, obstructions,
damaged or poor (wet) fuels can cause smoke spillage.
See Figure 9.1 for location and operation.
WARNING
Asphyxiation Risk
Fire Risk
• Open damper to operate fireplace.
Closed damper will over-fire fireplace and
prevent venting of combustion gases.
Figure 9.2
Proper Operating Positions of Bi-fold Doors
WARNING
Fire Risk
Smoke Risk
• Doors must be fully opened or fully closed
when operating fireplace.
Partially opened doors may draw flame, smoke
or heat from fireplace.
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G. Grate
Seasoning
The factory installed integral grate must be used to hold the
logs from falling out of an open fireplace and to allow air to
pass between the burning logs. It is important to keep the fire
off the hearth and to allow the ashes to collect beneath the
fire, thereby forming a layer of additional heat protection.
WARNING
Fire Risk
• Use only factory installed integral grate.
May cause overfire.
Seasoned firewood is nothing more than wood that is
cut to size, split and air dried to a moisture content of
around 20%. The time it takes to season wood varies
from around nine months for soft woods to as long as
eighteen months for hardwoods. The key to seasoning
wood is to be sure it has been split, exposing the wet
interior and increasing the surface area of each piece. A
tree that was cut down a year ago and not split is likely
to have almost as high a moisture content now as it did
when it was cut.
The following guideline will ensure properly seasoned
wood:
•
H. Wood Fuel
Firewood
Your fireplace performance depends on the quality of the
firewood you use. All seasoned wood, regardless of species, contains about 8,000 BTU’s per pound, and hardwoods have a greater density than soft woods. A piece
of hardwood will contain about 60% more BTU’s than
an equal size piece of soft wood. Firewood is commonly
sold by the cord (128 cu. ft.). A cord of seasoned oak
(hardwood) would contain about 60% more potential energy than a cord of seasoned pine (soft wood).
Examples of soft wood trees are Douglas fir, pine, spruce,
and cedar, poplar, aspen and alder. Soft woods require
less time to dry, burn faster and are easier to ignite than
hardwoods.
Examples of hardwood trees are oak, maple, apple, and
birch. Hardwoods require more time to season, burn
slower and are usually harder to ignite than soft woods.
The best wood fuel is a combination of soft wood and
hardwood. Start the fire with soft wood; the fire will give
off quick heat to bring the fireplace up to operating temperature, and then the hardwood can be added for slow,
even heat and longer burn time.
Moisture
Regardless of which species of wood you burn, the single
most important factor that effects the way your fireplace
operates is the amount of moisture in the wood. The majority of the problems fireplace owners experience are
caused by trying to burn wet, unseasoned wood.
Freshly cut wood can be as much water as it is wood,
having a moisture content of around 50%. Imagine a
wooden bucket that weighs about eight pounds. Fill it
with a gallon of water, put it in the fireplace and try to burn
it. This sounds ridiculous but that is exactly what you are
doing if you burn unseasoned wood.
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Stack the wood to allow air to circulate freely around
and through the woodpile.
• Elevate the woodpile off the ground to allow air
circulation underneath.
• The smaller the pieces, the faster the drying process.
Any piece over 6 in. (152 mm) in diameter should be
split.
• Cover the top of the woodpile for protection from
rain and snow. Avoid covering the sides and ends
completely. Doing so may trap moisture from the
ground and impede air circulation.
The problems with burning wet, unseasoned wood are
twofold: First, you will receive less heat output from wet
wood because it requires energy in the form of heat to
evaporate the water trapped inside. This is wasted energy that should be used for heating your home. Secondly,
this moisture evaporates in the form of steam which has
a cooling effect in your fireplace and chimney system.
When combined with tar and other organic vapors from
burning wood it will form creosote which condenses in
the relatively cool fireplace and chimney.
WARNING
Fire Risk
• Do NOT burn wet or green wood.
• Store wood in dry location.
• Stack wood so both ends are exposed to
air.
Wet, unseasoned wood can cause
accumulation of creosote.
WARNING
Fire Risk
Do NOT store wood:
• Closer than required clearances to
combustibles to fireplace.
• Within space required for loading or ash
removal.
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I. Starting a Fire
Check the flue damper to be certain it is in the full open position. Place crumpled or twisted paper under the fireplace
grate. Loosely arrange kindling or small pieces of wood to
form a layer above the paper.
The fires must be built on the fireplace grate, without danger
of the burning fuel falling out of the fireplace opening.
CAUTION
Odors and vapors released during initial
operation.
• Curing of high temperature paint.
• Open windows for air circulation.
Odors may be irritating to sensitive individuals.
Light the paper and add small pieces of wood until a hot bed
of embers has been established.
After establishing the fire bed, and the small firewood is burning briskly, add a minimum of three average sized pieces of
split firewood, place the wood in such a manner to allow
combustion air and flames between them.
Note: When first lighting your fireplace, it may be necessary to pre-warm the flue to establish a draft. This is done
by holding a rolled up piece of burning newspaper under
the flue damper for a few moments. This will help reduce
smoke spillage during start-up.
Note: The first three or four fires should be of moderate
size to allow the oils and binders to be burned from the
fireplace and the refractory and paint to cure. You may
notice an industrial odor the first few fires. This is considered normal.
WARNING
Fire Risk
Keep combustible materials, gasoline and
other flammable vapors and liquids clear of
fireplace.
• Do NOT store flammable materials close
to the fireplace.
• Do NOT use gasoline, lantern fuel,
kerosene, charcoal lighter fluid or similar
liquids to start or “freshen up” a fire in this
fireplace.
• Keep all such liquids well away from the
fireplace while it is in use.
Combustible materials may ignite.
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10
Troubleshooting
This fireplace will operate correctly only if adequate ventilation is provided to allow proper draft to the fireplace system.
Hearth & Home Technologies assumes no responsibility for
the improper performance of the fireplace system caused
by inadequate draft due to environmental conditions, down
drafts, tight sealing construction of the structure, or mechanical exhausting devices which will create a negative air pressure within the structure where the fireplace is located.
flue, or some condition is in effect to draw smoke from the
fireplace into the house. Understanding and differentiating
the conditions which can cause each of these kinds of spillage problems is essential to their solution.
•
A. Understanding Vent Problems
If smoke spillage occurs from a fireplace opening when the
door is open and the proper chimney height, flue size, and
configuration requirements for the installation have been
met, there is either a leakage in the flue, a blockage in the
•
Flue Leakage
Check for improperly connected flue joints or a damaged
flue joint in the chimney system. Such leakage would
reduce draft (air would be drawn in through the leaks rather
than through the fireplace). The result might be difficult
start-up and smoky fires that might spill if other adverse
draft conditions accompany this problem.
Flue Blockage
The damper should be open.
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Bird's nest
or leaves in
termination
cap?
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Overhanging
tree?
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Stron
Structural
changes in
chimney area?
Another appliance in
home also exhausting
air (furnace, fan,
Unsealed
dryer, etc.)?
can lights?
Overhead fan
operating?
Creosote buildup
in flue?
Air register from
furnace near
fireplace?
Damper closed?
Doors opening
and closing?
Window closed
for start-up?
Outside air
closed?
Figure 10.1 Factory-built Fireplaces: Troubleshooting
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B. Diagnostics and Problem Solving
I can’t get a good fire going. What am I doing wrong?
Diagnostic Questions
Solutions
Possible Causes of Condition
Is the damper open?
• No draft
Open damper.
Is there enough paper/starter?
• Insufficient heat to ignite kindling
Use more paper/starter.
Is there enough kindling?
Is the kindling dry?
• Insufficient heat to ignite fuel
Use more dry kindling.
Is there enough or too much
wood? Is it too large? Is it dry
enough?
• Insufficient heat to establish draft
Use small split wood that is well seasoned (split, covered on top at
least 6 months, preferably a year).
• Insufficient air passage
• Insufficient surface area
• Ignition temperature high due to moisture
Are there adequate air spaces
between fuel pieces?
• Insufficient combustion air and exposed
surface area
Arrange kindling and wood for air movement.
Is the chimney pre-warmed?
• Exposed, cold chimney down drafting
Use lighted rolled newspaper at throat or flue opening to start
upward movement.
Is there smoke in the house?
• Damper closed
Check damper; have chimney checked if it worked previously;
pre-warm chimney, shut off exhaust devices, open window slightly.
• Obstruction in chimney
• Down draft from chimney temperature or
from negative house pressure
Does the kindling, wood not
ignite?
• Condition, amount, arrangement of kindling
and fuel
Use more, drier, well-spaced kindling and fuel.
Does the kindling ignite, but the • Amount of kindling
fuel doesn’t?
• Condition of fuel
Use more kindling; use smaller, dry wood.
Does the fuel ignite, but not
burn well?
Use well-seasoned wood and sufficient amount; turn exhaust fans
off; open window slightly. Perform Simplified House Pressure Test.
• Condition of fuel
• Draft problem
I don’t get enough/any heat from the fireplace. What can I do about it?
Diagnostic Questions
Solutions
Possible Causes of Condition
How much wood is used for
fire?
• Insufficient fuel
Make larger fires.
How well seasoned is the
wood?
• Condition of fuel
Burn seasoned wood: covered on top, split and stacked for 9
months to 2 years.
Do you have a blower (where
possible)?
• Yes: Turning blower on too early or setting
too high, cooling firebox
No: Need for all heat boosts possible
Yes: Wait until fire established and leave on lower speed.
No: Add blower if available.
How much heat output do you
expect?
• Unrealistic expectations
Explanation of decorative nature of fireplace; suggestion of
approved fireplace insert.
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The fireplace burns the wood too fast. What can I do?
Diagnostic Questions
Solutions
Possible Causes of Condition
Do you have glass doors?
• Need to slow air intake
Add glass doors.
What is the condition of the
wood?
• Extremely dry wood
Mix in less seasoned wood after fire established.
I smell smoke in the house during operation. What’s causing that?
Diagnostic Questions
Does the fire start and burn
well?
Solutions
Possible Causes of Condition
No:
• Damper not fully open
• Chimney obstruction
• Not enough kindling and/or fuel to establish
draft
Open damper; check and clean chimney if needed; use adequate
kindling and fuel; open glass doors or open window, check for
need for balanced air make-up.
• Inadequate combustion air
Yes:
• Fire too close to front
• Competition with exhaust devices
Build fire farther back. Do not use exhaust fans during startup
and/or check for need for balanced air make-up system.
I smell smoke in the house after we’ve had a fire in the fireplace. What is the cause/what can we do?
Diagnostic Questions
Is the damper closed?
Is the chimney clean?
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Solutions
Possible Causes of Condition
• No: Down draft or negative pressure
Close the damper at end of burn.
• Yes: Negative pressure from exhaust fans
and/or house stack effect.
Check for need for glass doors. Check for need for balanced air
make-up system or raising chimney.
• No: Creosote odor
Have chimney cleaned.
• Yes: Damper closed too early
Wait until fire completely out before closing damper.
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Maintenance and Servicing the Fireplace
A. Disposal of Ashes
B. Chimney Inspection/Cleaning
Ashes should be placed 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 until
all embers have thoroughly cooled.
Inspect the chimney internally for obstructions and construction damage. Flue pipe joints and seams must be continuous and mechanically tight.
C. Firebox Refractory
Fire Risk
Disposal of ashes
•
•
If creosote has accumulated, it should be removed to reduce
the risk of a chimney fire.
Refer to Figure 11.1 to remove/reinstall termination caps.
WARNING
•
The chimney should be inspected once every two months
during the heating season.
Ashes should be placed in metal container with tight
fitting lid.
Do not place metal container on combustible
surface.
Ashes should be retained in closed container until all
embers have thoroughly cooled.
Check firebox refractory for excessive cracks or gaps. If
cracks exceed 1/4 in. (6 mm) in width the refractory should
be replaced. See Section 12 for replacement information.
WARNING
Fire Risk
• Inspect fireplace refractory annually.
Crumbling, deteriorated refractory can allow
overheating of surrounding materials.
WARNING
Fire Risk
Prevent creosote buildup
•
•
•
Inspect chimney once every two months during heating
season.
Remove creosote to reduce risk of chimney fire.
Ignited creosote is extremely HOT.
Note: As you use the fireplace, expansion and contraction
will cause minor cracking of the refractory. This is normal,
unavoidable, and will not affect the performance of the
fireplace. If the cracks become large enough that the metal
behind the refractory is exposed or large pieces fall out, the
panels should be replaced.
Remove 8 screws
(9 for King), lift top
cover.
Cap Top
(Be sure
holes in
cap top
and cap
base are
aligned.)
Cap Base
Remove 4 screws
and lift top pan off.
Remove 2 screws from
the front and back and
lift the top off.
ST1175
ST475
Square Termination Cap
TCT1175
Terra Cotta
Termination Cap
Available US only
Remove screws,
lift top cover. Top Cover
Cap
Cap
Chimney
Slip
Section
European Copper Series
Termination Cap
(CT11-King shown)
Available US only
TR11/TR11T
TR444/TR442
Round Termination Cap
Figure 11.1 Chimney & Termination Cap Cleaning
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CAUTION
WARNING
Handle glass assembly with care.
When cleaning glass door:
• Avoid striking, scratching or slamming
glass.
• Do NOT use abrasive cleaners.
• Use a hard water deposit glass cleaner on
white film.
• Do NOT clean glass when it is hot.
Asphyxiation Risk
Fire Risk
Annual inspection by qualified technician
recommended.
Check:
• Condition of doors, surrounds and fronts
•
•
Condition of glass and glass assembly
Obstructions of combustion and ventilation
air
• Gas connections and fittings (if present)
• Obstructions of termination cap
• Refractory panels
Clean:
• Glass
• Air passageways, grilles
WARNING
Fire Risk
•
Do not use chimney cleaners or flame
colorants in your fireplace.
Will corrode chimney.
D. Maintenance Task List
Inspect
Screens
Maintenance Tasks
1. Assess condition of screen and replace as necessary. Screens are required.
2. Verify maintenance of proper clearance to combustible household objects.
Glass Doors
1. Inspect glass panels for cracks. Replace if this condition is present.
2. Confirm there is no damage to glass or glass frame. Replace as necessary.
3. Clean glass using a non-abrasive cleaner such as Brasso©.
Circulation Compartment
1. Remove any foreign objects.
2. Verify unobstructed air circulation.
Firebox
1. Inspect condition of refractory. Replace if crumbly, deteriorated, or if cracks exceed 1/4 in. (6 mm).
Chimney
1. Inspect for blockage or obstruction such as bird nests, leaves, etc.
2. Confirm that termination cap remains clear and unobstructed by plants, etc.
3. Verify that termination cap clearance to subsequent construction (building additions) has been maintained.
4. Inspect for corrosion or separation.
5. Verify weather stripping, sealing and flashing remain intact.
6. Inspect for creosote and remove as needed. (See Sections 10 and 11)
Grate
1. If grate burns out, it should be replaced only with the grate specified on the rating plate and in the replacement
parts list for this fireplace.
E. Chimney Fire
In the event of a chimney fire:
•
•
Have the chimney and adjacent structure inspected by
qualified professionals. Hearth & Home Technologies
recommends that NFI or CSIA certified professionals, or
technicians under the direction of certified professionals,
conduct a minimum of an NFPA 211 Level 2 inspection
of the chimney.
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Replace components of the chimney and fireplace as
specified by the professionals.
• Ensure all joints are properly engaged and the chimney
is properly secured.
A chimney fire can permanently damage your chimney system. Failure to replace damaged components and make
proper repairs creates risk of fire.
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Reference Materials
A. Fireplace Dimensions
34-1/2 in.
(876 mm)
9-1/2 in.
(241 mm)
27-1/2 in.
(699 mm)
50-1/2 in.
(1283 mm)
Outside
Air
Gas
Knockout
59-1/4 in.
(1505 mm)
55-1/2 in.
(1410 mm)
(Efective Height
49-5/8 in.
(1260 mm)
28-1/2 in.
(724 mm)
49-1/8 in.
(1248 mm)
9-1/4 in.
(235 mm)
8-5/8 in.
(219 mm)
9-5/8 in.
(244 mm)
Gas
Knockout
8-5/8 in.
(219 mm)
9-1/2 in.
(241 mm)
7-5/8 in.
(194 mm)
42 in.
(1067 mm)
18-1/2 in.
(470 mm)
Figure 16.1 Dimensions
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B. Fireplace Components
Catalog #
I80H
Description
Fireplace with Integral Grate, Outside air Kit, Hearth Protection Strips and Herringbone Pattern
Refractory
I80CT
DM8042
DM8042B
DM8042S
HX4
Fireplace with Integral Grate, Outside air Kit, Hearth Protection Strips and Colored Traditional Brick
Pattern Refractory
Glass Doors - Bi-fold, Clear-View - Black
Glass Doors - Bi-fold, Clear-View - Polished Bradd
Glass Doors - Bi-fold, Clear-View - Stainless Steel
Hearth Extension
GR29
Integral Grate (included with fireplace)
GR29
Integral Grate
Bi-fold Glass Doors
Flexible Duct
(not supplied)
Outside Air
Shield
Inlet Ring
2 Wire Ties
AK22 Outside Air Kit
66 in.
(1676 mm)
Herringbone Pattern Refractory
20 in.
(508 mm)
HX4 Hearth Extension
1/2 in.
(13 mm)
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Traditional Brick Pattern Refractory
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C. Chimney Components
The following pictures show only those chimney components which may be safely used with this fireplace.
ID4 Insulated Duct
Catalog #
US
CAN
CAK5A
CAK5A
Description
4 in. (102 mm) i.d.
Chimney Air Kit
ID4
ID4
Insulated Duct/Outside Air
UD4
UD4
Uninsulated Duct/Outside Air
SL1106
SL406
Chimney Section - 6 in. (152 mm) long
SL1112
SL412
Chimney Section - 12 in. (305 mm) long
SL1118
SL418
Chimney Section - 18 in. (457 mm) long
SL1136
SL436
Chimney Section - 36 in. (914 mm) long
SL1148
SL448
Chimney Section - 48 in. (1219 mm) long
SL11
SL4
SL1130
SL430
42 in.
(1067 mm)
UD4 Uninsulated Duct
4 in. (102 mm) i.d.
42 in.
(1067 mm)
Chimney Stabilizer
Chimney Offset/Return - 30 deg
FS538
FS538
Ceiling Firestop - Straight
FS540
FS540
Ceiling Firestop - 30 deg
AS10
AS10
Straight Attic Insulation Shield, 24 in. (610 mm)
JB577
JB577
Chimney Joint Band
13 in.
(330mm)
10 in.
(254mm)
CB576
CB576
Chimney Bracket
RF570
RF570
Roof Flashing - Flat to 6/12 Pitch
RF571
RF571
Roof Flashing - 6/12 to 12/12 Pitch
TR11
TR444
Round Termination Cap
TR11T
TR442
Round Telescoping Termination Cap
TCT1175
A
B
Chimney Sections
Catalog #
Terra Cotta Termination Cap
US
CAN
in
mm
in
mm
SL406
6
152
4-3/4
121
SL412
12
305
10-3/4
273
SL418
18
457
16-3/4
425
36
914
34-3/4
883
48
1219
46-3/4
1187
ST475
Square Termination Cap
CT56
CT56
Chase Top
SL1112
LDS33
LDS33
Decorative Shroud - 3 ft x 3 ft (.91 m x .91 m)
SL1118
LDS46
LDS46
Decorative Shroud - 4 ft x 6 ft (1.22 m x 1.83 m)
SL1136
SL436
LDS-BV
Decorative Shroud - 26 in. x 26 in.
(660 mm x 660 mm)
SL1148
SL448
Field Constructed Shrouds (See “Woodburning
Termination Cap”)
CT11-King
n/a
European Copper Termination Cap - King Style
CT11-Queen
n/a
European Copper Termination Cap - Queen Style
CT11-Bishop
n/a
European Copper Termination Cap - Bishop Style
CT11-Knight
n/a
European Copper Termination Cap - Knight Style
CT11-Pawn
n/a
European Copper Termination Cap - Pawn Style
A = Actual Length
B = Effective Length (length of
chimney part after it has
been snapped to another)
20-3/4 in.
(527 mm)
14 in.
(356 mm)
14 in.
(356 mm)
B
SL1106
ST1175
LDS-BV
A
Inside Diameter
SL4 - 10 in. (254 mm)
SL11 - 11 in. (279 mm)
18 in.
(457 mm)
5-1/4 in.
(133 mm)
4 in. (102 mm)
Outside Diameter
13 in. (330 mm)
13 in.
(330 mm)
SLA10 Adaptor
(Required in Canada)
CAK5A Chimney Air Kit
(Required in Canada)
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A
Inside Diameter
SL1100 - 11 in. (279mm)
SL400 - 10 in. (254mm)
21 in.
(533 mm)
B
Outside Diameter
13 in. (330 mm)
SL1130/SL430 Offset/Return
17 in. (432 mm)
Ceiling Firestop
Catalog #
A
FS538
0-deg.
17 in.
B
432 mm
FS540
30-deg.
26 in.
660 mm
15-1/4 in.
(387 mm)
Assembled
Diameter: 17 in./432 mm
Height: 24 in./610 mm
¨
25-1/4 in.
(641 mm)
29 in.
(737 mm)
RF570 Roof Flashing
AS10 Straight Attic Insulation Shield
15-1/4 in.
(387 mm)
13 in.
(330 mm)
28 in.
(711 mm)
2 in.
(51 mm)
39-7/8 in.
(1013 mm)
RF571 Roof Flashing
JB577 Chimney Joint Band
13 in.
(330 mm)
CB576 Chimney Joint Band
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72 in.
(1829 mm)
15-3/4 in.
(400 mm)
36 in.
(914 mm)
13-3/8 in.
(340 mm)
TR11/TR444 Round Termination Cap
2 in.
(51 mm)
CT56 Chase Top
34-3/4 in.
(883 mm)
C
32-1/2 in.
(826 mm)
D
B
A
Decorative Shroud
LDS33/LDS46
TR11T/TR442 Round Telescoping Termination Cap
A
14-3/4 in.
(375 mm)
23 in.
(584 mm)
B
C
D
Catalog #
in.
mm
in.
mm
in.
mm
in.
mm
LDS33
36
914
36
914
8-1/2
216
11
279
LDS46
48
1219
72
1829
8-1/2
216
11
279
23 in.
(584 mm)
E
D
ST1175/ST475 Square Termination Cap
C
B
20 in.
(508 mm)
A
17 in.
(432 mm)
LDS-BV Decorative Shroud
9-3/8 in.
(238 mm)
Catalog #
LDS-BV
A
in.
26
mm
660
B
C
12-1/2 15-1/2
318
394
D
E
22
23
533
584
9-1/4 in.
(235 mm)
TCT1175 Terra Cotta Cap
(Available US only)
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European Copper Caps (Available in US only)
21 in.
(533 mm)
18-1/4 in.
(464 mm)
47-3/4 in.
(1213 mm)
20-3/4 in.
(527 mm)
41-1/8 in.
(1045 mm)
38-5/8 in.
(981 mm)
20 in.
(508 mm)
20 in.
(508 mm)
24 in.
(610 mm)
¨ CT11-King
CT11-Bishop
CT11-Queen
16 in.
(406 mm)
21 in.
(533 mm)
38-3/8 in.
(975 mm)
25-3/4 in.
(654 mm)
16 in.
(406 mm)
¨ CT11-Knight
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20-5/8 in.
(524 mm)
CT11-Pawn
Woodburning Termination Cap
Shroud
TS345/T445
(Top Vent)
TR342/TR344
TR442/TR444
TV342
TR342/TR344*
TR442/TR444*
(* with TR-TVK installed)
TR11/TR11T
TV11/TV11T
TR11/TR11T*
(* with TR-TVK installed)
OPEN TOP with solid sides and 3 in. (76 mm) opening at the bottom
Mnimum Base
Dimensions
23 in. x 23 in.
(584 x 584 mm)
28 x 28 in.
(711 x 711 mm)
with Radiation Shield
26 x 26 in.
(660 x 660 mm)
32 x 32 in.
(813 x 813 mm)
with Radiation Shield
26 x 26 in.
(660 x 660 mm)
Minimum Top
Dimensions
20 x 20 in.
(508 x 508 mm)
25 x 25 in.
(635 x 635 mm)
23 x 23 in.
(584 x 584 mm)
29 x 29 in.
(737 x 737 mm)
23 x 23 in.
(584 x 584 mm)
MAILBOX STYLE with open ends and 3 in. (76 mm) opening at the bottom of the sides.
Minimum Base
Dimensions
N/A
26.5 x 28 in.
(673 x 711 mm)
with Radiation Shield
Minimum Height
N/A
28 1/4 in.
(718 mm)
28 x 30 in.
(711 x 762 mm)
34 x 34 in.
(864 x 864 mm)
with Radiation Shield
28 x 30 in.
(711 x 762 mm)
with Radiation Shield or
34 x 34 in.
(864 x 864 mm)
27 1/2 in.
(699 mm)
28 1/4 in.
(718 mm)
27 1/2 in.
(699 mm)
ROOFED STYLE with 12 x 22 in. (264 sq. in.) (305 x 559 mm) opening on each side and 3 in. (76 mm) space between the
radiation shield and chase top.
Minimum Base
Dimensions
N/A
27 x 27 in.
(686 x 686 mm)
with Radiation Shield
27 x 27 in.
(686 x 686 mm)
with Radiation Shield
34 x 34 in.
(864 x 864 mm)
with Radiation Shield
34 x 34 in.
(864 x 864 mm)
with Radiation Shield
Minimum Height
N/A
23 in.
(584 mm)
23 in.
(584 mm)
23 in.
(584 mm)
23 in.
(584 mm)
Minimum Height is measured from the bottom of the termination cap:
Minimum height is established with the bottom of the termination cap 7 in. (178 mm) above the chase top. Minimum height must increase accordingly for any height above 7 in. (178 mm).
All dimensions are INSIDE dimensions.
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¨ D. Service Parts
ICON I80CT & I80H
Service Parts
Beginning Manufacturing Date: N/A
Ending Manufacturing Date: Active
Service Parts List
42 in. Woodburning Fireplace
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1
2
4
9
3
7
8
6
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Beginning Manufacturing Date: N/A
Ending Manufacturing Date: Active
Service Parts List
42 in. Woodburning Fireplace
#
Description of Part
1
Damper Blade Assembly
I80CT
I80H
Qty.
req.
29964
29964
1
Damper Weight
19785A
19785A
1
2
Damper Control
20549
20549
1
3
Front Top Standoff
11864i
11864i
2
4
Rear Top Standoff
19228
19228
2
5
Starter Section Assembly
22072B
22072B
1
6
Firescreen Assembly
7
¨
Serial # Cutoff
29958
29958
Firescreen Handle
4021-150
4021-150
2
Smoke Shield
29946
29946
1
1 ea.
8
Grate
GR29
GR29
1
9
Upper Front
4013-207
4013-207
1
Outside Air Kit
AK22
AK22
1
Fastener Pack
17916B
17916B
1
Long Cable Tie
19954A
19954A
2
Outside Air Shield
33271
33271
1
AK22 Installation Instructions
31170
31170
1
4 in. Outside Air Inlet Ring
25692
25692
1
Refractory Retainer Kit
34584
34584
1
Refractory Retainer
11847
11847
3
Grate Retainer
34555
34555
2
Herringbone Brick Hearth Refractory Assembly
33696
1
Herringbone Brick Left Side Refractory
33677
1
Herringbone Brick Right Side Refractory
33676
1
Herringbone Brick Back Refractory Assembly
33687
1
Colored Traditional Brick Hearth Refractory
Colored Traditional Brick Side Refractory
Colored Traditional Brick Back Refractory
Pre AK994403
4013-058
Post AK994403
4013-226
Pre AK994403
4013-193
Post AK994403
4013-224
Pre AK994403
4013-195
Post AK994403
4013-227
1
2
1
Nailing Flange
31190
31190
4
Firescreen Rod
28404
28404
2
Screen Cover (top only)
29926
29926
2
Smoke Shield Kit
35406
35406
1
35597
35597
1
Grate Retainer
34430
34430
2
Strip Protector
18320
18320
2
Side Trim
31326
31326
2
Installation Instructions & Owner’s Manual
4013-203
4013-203
1
Powder Coat Touch-Up Paint
71479
71479
1
Rear Smoke Shelf
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E. Limited Warranty
HEATILATOR WOODBURNING FIREPLACE
Limited Warranty
As part of its
20-YEAR BUYER PROTECTION PROGRAM
AS PART OF ITS 20 YEAR BUYER PROTECTION PROGRAM (“PROGRAM”), HEARTH & HOME TECHNOLOGIES
INC. (“HHT”) is pleased to offer a Limited Warranty and a Replacement Parts Advantage covering specific components of your Heatilator®
woodburning fireplace system ( the “Fireplace”), installed in the United States of America or Canada. Dealers and employees of HHT have no
authority to make any warranty or authorize any remedies in addition to or inconsistent with the terms of this Program.
Limited Warranty
HHT warrants the following components of your Heatilator woodburning fireplace to be free from original defects in material and workmanship
during the applicable periods described: five years for the firebox assembly, chimney system and roof termination; two years for refractory firebox
liners; and one year for the grate, wire mesh screens, fan system, outside air system, and glass doors. All limited warranty periods run from the
date of initial installation of your Fireplace (the “Installation Date”). The Limited Warranty is subject to the conditions, exclusions and limitations of
liability listed below.
Replacement Parts Advantage
Under HHT’s Replacement Parts Advantage, for a period of twenty years from your Installation Date of your Fireplace, if available, HHT will provide
you with repair or replacement parts for defective components which are no longer under their applicable Limited Warranty, at 50% of the then
current retail list price for such components. HHT shall have no responsibility for freight and labor charges related to such parts.
Conditions, Exclusions, & Limitations of Liability
A.
Both the Limited Warranty and Replacement Parts Advantage supplied by HHT apply only while the Fireplace is in its location of original
installation. HHT’s obligation under this warranty does not extend to damages resulting from (1) installation, operation or maintenance of
the Fireplace not in accordance with the Installation Instructions, Operating Instructions, and the Listing Agent Identification Label furnished
with the Appliance; (2) installation which does not comply with local building codes; (3) shipping, improper handling, improper operation,
abuse, misuse, accident or unworkmanlike repairs; (4) environmental conditions, inadequate ventilation or drafting caused by tight sealing
construction of the structure, air handling devices such as exhaust fans or forced air furnaces, or other causes; (5) use of fuels other than
those specified in the Operating Instructions; (6) installation or use of components not supplied with the Fireplace or any other components
not expressly authorized and approved by HHT; and/or (7) modification of the Fireplace not expressly authorized and approved by HHT in
writing. This warranty is limited to only the component parts manufactured or supplied by HHT.
B.
During the first year of the Limited Warranty, HHT will, at its sole option, repair or replace any covered defective component and will provide
replacement parts at no charge. And will pay reasonable labor and freight costs. During the second through the fifth years of the Limited
Warranty (if applicable), HHT will provide replacement parts free of charge for any covered defective component, but will not pay for freight
or labor costs related to the shipment of the parts or the actual repair or replacement. After the fifth anniversary of the Installation date,
HHT’s sole obligation and your exclusive remedy is set forth in HHT’s Replacement Parts Advantage described above. In no event shall
HHT be liable for any incidental or consequential damages caused by defects in your Fireplace.
C.
EXCEPT TO THE EXTENT PROVIDED BY LAW, HHT MAKES NO EXPRESS WARRANTIES OTHER THAN THE WARRANTY
SPECIFIED HEREIN. THE DURATION OF ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY IS LIMITED TO DURATION OF THE WARRANTY SPECIFIED
ABOVE.
D.
Some states do not allow exclusions or limitations of incidental or consequential damages, so those limitations may not apply to you. This
warranty gives you specific rights; you may also have other rights which vary from state to state.
How to Obtain Service
1.
To obtain service under this warranty you must:
2.
Send written notice of the claimed condition to Heatilator Technical Service Department, Hearth & Home Technologies, 1915 W. Saunders
Street, Mt.. Pleasant, Iowa 52641-1563. You may also register your claim online at www.heatilator.com.
3.
Provide proof of purchase, model number, serial number, and manufacturing date code to HHT.
4.
Provide HHT reasonable opportunity to investigate the claim, including reasonable opportunity to inspect the Appliance prior to any repair or
replacement work and before the Appliance or any component of the Appliance has been removed from the place of original installation.
5.
Obtain HHT’s consent to any warranty work before the work is done.
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: If you would like information on current HEATILATOR products or want to locate a dealer in your area, call
1-800-927-6841.
©2003 Heatilator is a Registered Trademark of Hearth & Home Technologies Inc.
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F. Contact Information
Hearth & Home Technologies Inc.
1915 W. Saunders Street
Mt. Pleasant, Iowa 52641
www.heatilator.com
Please contact your Heatilator dealer with any questions or concerns.
For the number of your nearest Heatilator dealer, please visit www.heatilator.com.
– NOTES –
Important operating •
and maintenance
instructions included.
Read, understand
and follow these
instructions for safe
installation and
operation.
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Leave this manual with
party responsible for
use and operation.
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CAUTION
This product may be covered by one or more of the following patents: (United States) 4593510, 4686807, 4766876,
4793322, 4811534, 5000162, 5016609, 5076254, 5113843, 5191877, 5218953, 5263471, 5328356, 5341794, 5347983,
5429495, 5452708, 5542407, 5601073, 5613487, 5647340, 5688568, 5762062, 5775408, 5890485, 5931661, 5941237,
5947112, 5996575, 6006743, 6019099, 6048195, 6053165, 6145502, 6170481, 6237588, 6296474, 6374822, 6413079,
6439226, 6484712, 6543698, 6550687, 6601579, 6672860, 6688302B2, 6715724B2, 6729551, 6736133, 6748940,
6748942, 6769426, 6774802, 6796302, 6840261, 6848441, 6863064, 6866205, 6869278, 6875012, 6880275, 6908039,
6919884, D320652, D445174, D462436; (Canada) 1297749, 2195264, 2225408, 2313972; (Australia) 780250, 780403,
1418504 or other U.S. and foreign patents pending.
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Heatilator • I80 CAN-US • 4013-203 Rev D • 06/07