OWNER'S MANUAL
OWNER'S
MANUAL
READ BEFORE USE!
Factory No.: HYFP50095-32
Item No.: 67761
Item No.: WAR-986
READ BEFORE USE!
WARNING
WARNING
For Outdoor Use Only! Use Propane Gas Only !
For Outdoor Propane
Use Only!
Use Propane
Gas Only !
cylinders
sold separately.
Propane cylinders sold separately.
WARNING
WARNING
Improper installation,
WARNING
WARNING
USE PROPANE GAS ONLY!
USE PROPANE GAS ONLY!
-Do not store or use gasoline or other
-Do not store or use gasoline or other
flammable vapors in the vicinity of this or any
flammable vapors in the vicinity of this or any other
other appliance.
appliance.
- Service must be performed by a qualified installer,
- Service must be performed by a qualified installer, service
service agency or the gas supplier.
agency or the gas supplier.
WARNING
WARNING
For use with cylinders marked PROPANE only. DO
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WARNING
WARNING
The propane cylinder must be disconnected
this firebowl
is not
The propane
cylinder
mustuse.
be disconnected
when this firebowl is not use.
For use with cylinders marked PROPANE only. DO NOT
NOT connect to a remote gas supply.
connect to a remote gas supply.
If the
firebowlis isstored
storedindoors,
indoors, detach
leave
If the
firebowl
detachand
and
leave
propane
cylinderoutdoors.
outdoors.
propane
cylinder
when
DANGER
If you smell gas: DANGER
Shut off
If you1.smell
gas:gas to the appliance.
2.
Extinguish
open flame.
1. Shut off gas to any
the appliance.
3.
If
odor
continues,
keep away from the appliance and
2. Extinguish any open flame.
immediately call your gas supplier or fire department.
3. If odor continues, keep away from the appliance
and immediately call your gas supplier or fire
department.
WARNING
WARNING
This firebowl must be attended at all
times!
This fireEoZl must Ee attended at all times!
5004909
DesignComplies
certified
under
=21.97 •‡ CSA
CSA 2.41-(2014)
2.41-(2014)
Design
with
ANSIANSI
Z21.97-2014
Requirements
forGas
Outdoor
Gas Fireplaces
Outdoor
Decorative
Fireplaces.
WARNING
An LP-cylinder
not connected for use shall not be stored
WARNING
in
the
vicinity
of
this or any for
other
appliance.
An LP-cylinder not connected
use
shall not Ee
stored in the vicinity of this or any other appliance.
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DANGER
Failure to follow the Dangers, Warnings and Cautions contained in this Owner’s Manual may result in serious
bodily injury or death, or in a fire or an explosion causing damage to property.
WARNING
*Do not use this firebowl for cooking.
*Remove the PVC Cover from the firebowl before opening the appliance.
*Do not lay the PVC Cover over the firebowl until it is turned off and completely cooled down.
*Do not burn any other materials than are supplied with and intended for use in this firebowl.
*Do not pour water into firebowl.
*The installation of this product must conform with local codes or, in the absence of local codes, with either the National
Fuel Gas Code,ANSI Z223.1/NFPA 54, OR CAN/CGA-B149.1, National Gas and Propane Installation Code.
*Do not use this firebowl if any part has been under water.
*Do not store a spare or disconnected propane cylinder under or near this firebowl.
*After a period of storage, and/or non use, the propane firebowl should be checked for gas leaks and burner obstructions before use.
*Do not operate the propane firebowl if there is a gas leak present.
*Never use a flame to check for gas leaks.
*Combustible materials should never be within 48 inches of the top, back or sides of your propane firebowl.
*Do not put any other fireplace cover or anything flammable on, or beneath the firebowl.
*The propane firebowl should never be used by children. Children must be supervised when they are anywhere near the appliance.
*Users should be alerted to the hazards of high surface temperatures and keep a safe distance to avoid burning or clothing ignition.
*Pay attention when operating the firebowl. It is hot in use and should never be left unattended. Do not transit it while in operation.
*Should fire go out while burning, turn the gas valve off. Follow the instruction and wait five minutes before attempting to relight.
*Never use charcoal or any other solid fuel in the firebowl. Never parch clothing or other flammable materials on or near the firebowl.
*Never lean over the open firebowl or place hands or fingers on the upper portion of an operational unit.
*Keep ventilation openings in cylinder enclosure(FIREBOWL BODY) free and clear of debris.
*Inspect the burner before each use of the appliance. If there is evidence of damage, the burner must be replaced prior to the appliance
being put into operation. Use Manufacturer approved or supplied replacement burner only.
*Do not rest feet on the firebowl.
*Please take out the battery when not using the firebowl for an extended length of time.
*Do not enlarge valve orifices or burner ports when cleaning the valve or burner.
*Cylinder supply system must be arranged for vapor withdrawal.
*Propane Tank used must include a collar to protect the cylinder valve.
*Never fill the cylinder beyond 80% full.
*Propane gas is not natural gas. Only use propane for this firebowl.
*The conversion or attempted use of natural gas in a propane unit or propane gas in a natural gas unit is dangerous.
*Do not use this firebowl on vehicles or boats. Always operate the appliance on flat ground outdoors.
*Keep any electrical supply cord and the fuel supply hose away from any heated surfaces.
*Do not use this firebowl unless all parts are in place.
*The maximum gas supply pressure is 250psi.
*Use LP cylinders only with these required measurements: 12"(30.5cm) (diameter) x 18" (45.7 cm) (tall) with 20 lb. (9 kg.) capacity
maximum.
*Clean the battery contacts and also those of the device prior to battery installation.
*Remove batteries from equipment which is not to be used for an extended period of time.
*Remove used batteries promptly.
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FOR PROPANE GAS UNITS
*The gas pressure regulator provided with the propane fire bowl must be used.
*Do not attempt to disconnect the gas regulator or any gas fitting while your firebowl is in operation.
*A dented or rusty propane cylinder may be hazardous and should be checked by your gas supplier prior to use.
*Do not use a propane cylinder with a damaged valve and any other worn out parts.
*Transit and store the empty gas cylinders carefully and properly.
*If you see, smell or hear the hiss of escaping gas from the propane cylinder:
1. Turn off the gas supply and get away from the gas cylinder and the firebowl at once.
2. Do not attempt to correct the problem yourself.
3. Get to your gas supplier and/or the fire department for help.
Children and adults should be alerted to the hazards of high surface temperatures and should stay away to
avoid burns or clothing ignition.
• Young children should be carefully supervised when they are in the area of the appliance.
• Clothing or other flammable materials should not be hung from the appliance, or placed on or near the appliance.
• Any guard or other protective device removed for servicing the appliance must be replaced prior to operating the appliance.
• Installation and repair should be done by a qualified service person. The appliance should be inspected before use and at least annually
by a qualified service person. More frequent cleaning may be required as necessary. It is imperative that the control compartment,
burners and circulating air passageways of the appliance be kept clean.
• Installation and repair should be done by a qualified service person. The appliance should be inspected before use and at least
annually by a qualified service person.
Immediately call a qualified service technician to inspect the appliance and to replace any part of the control system and any gas
control which has been under water.
• Use only the specific size and capacity of the cylinder noted.
• A statement that the LP-gas supply cylinder to be used must be constructed and marked in accordance with the specifications for LPgas cylinders of the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT).
• This appliance shall be used only outdoors in a well-ventilated space and shall not be used in a building, garage or any other enclosed
area as the instructions state.
•How to disconnect a gas bottle
Turn OFF control knob and LP cylinder valve. Turn coupling nut counterclockwise by hand only - do not use tools to
disconnect. Loosen cylinder screw beneath bottom shelf, then lift LP cylinder up and out of shelf. Place dust cap on cylinder
valve outlet whenever the cylinder is not in use.
• Storage of an appliance indoors is permissible only if the cylinder is disconnected and removed from the appliance. Cylinders must be
stored outdoors in a well-ventilated area out of reach of children. Disconnected cylinders must have threaded valve plugs tightly
installed and must not be stored in a building, garage or any other enclosed area.
WARNING: Improper installation, adjustment, alteration, service or maintenance can cause injury or property damage. Refer to the
owner’s information manual provided with this appliance. For assistance or additional information consult a qualified installer, service
agency or the gas supplier.
• The LP-gas supply cylinder must be disconnected when this appliance is not in use
• Only cylinder marked “propane” shall be used.
Caution:
Only use the pressure regulator and hose assembly supplied with this firebowl. Replacement pressure regulator and hose assemblies
must be specified .
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Inspect the hose before each use of the appliance. If the hose shows signs of cracks, abrasions, cuts or damage of any kind, do not
operate the appliance. Fix or replace the hose as required before using the appliance. For assistance with repair or replacement of
the hose, call Bond
Manufacturing
at 1-866-771-2663.
only replacement parts from the manufacturer.
the seller,Use
only replacement
parts from Use
the manufacturer.
WARNING !
* Do not light or use gas unit if lava rocks are wet. Ensure lava rocks are completely dry before igniting as intense heat could cause the
rocks to crack.
* Lava rocks could hit somebody's face or eyes during initial start of this unit, so please keep away from the firebowl for the first 20
minutes after it has been ignited.
*LP GAS WARNING: Do not exceed 1/4" depth of fire glass or small lava rocks directly above burner holes. Applying too many lava
rocks/fire glass may result in unburned gas pooling in firebowl or firepit. Ventilation is required to allow fresh air into enclosure and any
residual gas to escape.
*Caution: This heating item should not be used on plastic composite or artificial wood decks.
Warranty and Installation Information:
We Bond
warranty
will bewill
voided
by andby
Weand
disclaims
any responsibility
for the following
actions: actions:
The
warranty
be voided
Bond disclaims
any responsibility
for the following
► Modification of the firebowl and/or components including the gas valve assembly.
► Use of any component part not manufactured or approved by Bond.
us.
► Use and installation other than as instructed in this manual.
Accessories
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Tabulated here below are the description to all parts as shown in above Picture .
Item
Picture
Description
Qty
01
Guard
1
02
Thermocouple
1
03
Ground Wire
1
04
Ignition Pin
1
05
Burner Plate
1
06
Main Frame of Fire Table
1
07
Burner Ring
1
08
Nozzle
1
09
Corrugated Pipe
1
Switching Valve
1
Regulator Valve with Gas
Hose
1
Control Knob
1
Ignitor
1
Foot
4
ETL Warning Label
1
Wing Screw with Nut
1
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
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Part G.
User's Guide Parts and Accessories of Fire Table / Column.
Tabulated herebelow is the User's Guide to various Parts and Accessories to form your complete Fire
Table /Column.
Before you start to assemble this product, make sure all parts are present.
Compare parts with package contents list.
If any parts are missing or damaged, DO NOT attempt to assemble the product.
CONTENTS
Before Beginning Assembly:
Item
Picture
A
Description
Qty
Lava Rocks
1 box
AAA Battery
B
C
Panel with door
Panel D
D
Protective Cover
E
1
1
1
1
F
Panel F
1
G
Panel G
1
H
Table Top
1
I
Metal Stand
1
Description
Qty
①
Bolt (M6*10MM)
12
②
Screwdriver
1
Hardware
Item
Picture
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ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
1. Check that the Control Knob (13) for the gas supply system is turned to the “OFF” position before
starting any assembly.
D
C
2. Attach panel with door (C) and panel with (D) together using 2pcs of Bolts(01) with Screwdriver(02).
Pls do not fully tighten.
G
c
D
c
3. Attach panel (G ) to the panel (C) together using 2pcs of Bolts(01) with Screwdriver(02).
Pls do not fully tighten.
C
D
4. Attach panel (F) with Panel (G) and Panel (D) together using 4pcs Bolts(01) with Screwdriver(02).
Pls do not fully tighten.
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5.Put Thank holder insert into the bottom holes . Tighten all Bolts
6.Put the metal base on the bottom of top, make sure the metal box contact with the window of the panel.
And tighten the Bolts
7.Fixed the metal base with top using 4pcs of Bolts(01) with Screwdriver(02). And tighten the Bolts
8.Turn over the Gas Fire Pit
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Part I.
USER'S INSTRUCTIONS
Tabulated herebelow are the basic steps to help you light and use your Fire Table / Column.
STEP1
1. Check that the Control Knob (13) for the gas supply system is turned to the “OFF” position before
starting any assembly.
STEP 2
2. Open the Door (C) from the Fire Table / Column (C).
STEP 3
3. Place 20 lb. Propane Gas Tank (not included) into the Metal Stand (18).
Make sure the Propane Gas Tank is placed completely into the Metal Stand (18 ).
Turn the preassembled Wing Screw (17) in a clockwise direction in to the Nut (17) to secure the Propane
Gas Tank tightly.
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STEP 7
Subject to your preference, you may pour Lava Rocks / Pumice stones over the Burer Ring. The Guard
MUST NOT BE BLOCKED. Refer to guidance below :
Note : Do not place more than 1/4 inch depth of lava rocks above the burner holes. Doing so will
suffocate the flame.
Note : Do not place more than 3KG of lava rocks above the burner holes. Doing so will suffocate the
flame.
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See WARNING and
and Figures:
Figures:
WARNING
This screen must be
be clear
clear and free of
obstructions at all times
times to
to insure
insure proper
obstructions
operation.
WARNING
The burner of the firebowl
firebowl must
must be covered by
by
Otherwise the
the flame
lava rocks completely. Otherwise
may be extinguished. See
See the
the Figure
Figure for
may
INCORRECT ways
ways
the CORRECT and INCORRECT
for
reference.
for reference.
CORRECT
CORRECT
INCORRECT
INCORRECT
Perform
Perform leak test in aa well
well ventilated
ventilated area
area outside and where
where no
no source
source of spark can
can occur.
occur.
Remove
Remove battery from igniter. Open
Open tank
tank valve
valve fully (counter-clockwise). Turn
Turn the
the on/off valve
valve at
at the
the unit
unit to
to the
the ‘off’ position
position to
to
pressurize the hose assembly.
assembly. Use
Use aa soapy water solution to
to check
check all
all the
the connections leaks
leaks before
before attempting
attempting totolight
lightthe
theappliance.
appliance. If
If aa
pressurize
leak is found, turn the
the tank
tank valve off and do
do not
not use the appliance until
until repairs
repairs can be made.
leak
made.
TIPS:
Before
BeforeStarting
Starting • •Read
Readthe
theinstructions
instructionsthoroughly.
thoroughly.
•• Check
Check and
and make
make sure
sure that
thatall
allparts
partsare
arepresent.
present.
future reference,
reference, save
save this
thisinstruction
instructionmanual.
manual.
•• For future
TO LIGHT
LIGHT
Before each use,
use, inspect
inspect the
the hose.
hose. Replace
Replace hose
hose ifif there
thereare
areany
anysigns
signsof
ofcutting,
cutting,wear
wearororabrasion.
abrasion.
valve on
on the
the gas
gas tank
tank counter-clockwise
counter-clockwisetotoopen
openthe
thegas
gassupply.
supply.
(1) Turn the cylinder valve
(2) Close the storing door
door on
on the
the firebowl
firebowl for the gas tank.
(3) Light the
the firebowl
firebowl as
as below
below steps:
steps:
A. Press
Press and
and hold
hold the
the Electric
Electric Ignitor.
Ignitor. Meanwhile,
Meanwhile, push
pushand
andturn
turnthe
theControl
ControlKnob
Knobcounter-clockwise
counter-clockwisetotothe
the"LOW"
"LOW"position.
position.
the Control
Control Knob
Knob to
to light
light the
the burner
burner ..
Keep pushing the
release the
the Electric
Electric Ignitor.
Ignitor.Continue
Continueto
topush
pushand
andhold
holdthe
theControl
ControlKnob
Knobfor
for45
45seconds.
seconds.
B. After ignition, release
does NOT
NOT immediately
immediatelytake
takeplace
placein
inseconds,
seconds,push
pushand
andturn
turnthe
theControl
ControlKnob
Knobclockwise
clockwise to
to "OFF".
"OFF". Wait
Wait55
C. If ignition does
minutes, then
then repeat
repeat the
the lighting
lightingprocedure
procedureas
asabove.
above.
minutes,
Caution: *If
*If the
the burner
burner does
does not
not ignite
ignite with
withthe
thevalve
valveopen,
open,gas
gaswill
willcontinue
continuetotoflow
flowout
outofofthe
theburner
burnerand
andcould
couldaccidently
accidently
with risk
risk of
of injury.
injury.
ignite with
Observe
Observe flame
flame height
height when
whenlit:
lit:
Flame should
should possibly
possibly be
be aa yellow/blue
yellow/bluecolor
colorbetween
between22
Flame
to 10
10 inches
inches high.
high.
to
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TO EXTINGUISH
䥧䢢䢢Push the Control Knob and turn clockwise to the "OFF" position.
䥧䢢䢢Turn the cylinder valve on the gas tank clockwise to close the gas supply if not in use for a long time.(See figure below)
ROUTINE CARE
䥧䢢䢢Keep your firebowl free and clear from combustible materials.
䥧䢢䢢Visually inspect burner from obstructions and keep fireplace free and clear from debris.
䥧䢢䢢After the burner and lava rocks are completely cooled down, use a soft brush to get rid of the mild stains,
loose dirt and soil. Wipe with a soft cloth.
STUBBORN STAINS
䥧䢢Stubborn stains, discoloration and possibly rust pitting can occur from exposure to harsh outdoor conditions.
䥧䢢Be careful not let any powder or solvent come in contact with painted or plastic components as damage may occur.
MAINTENANCE
䥧䢢Store the firebowl in a cool dry place away from direct sunlight.
䥧䢢The propane cylinder must be disconnected and removed from the firebowl before the appliance can be stored indoors.
䥧䢢Make sure both the gas and the firebowl are turned off before changing battery. Please refer to the process of assembling
battery.
䥧䢢Use Manufacturer approved or supplied replacement parts and accessories only. Otherwise thi s may void the warranty of this product
And result in a hazardous condition.
䥧䢢Please contact the Manufacturer for information regarding replacement hoses, thermocouples, ignitors, lava rocks, etc.
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Helpful Tips
If the burner will not light or stay lit,
please perform the following checks.
It is possible that the Excess Flow Safety Device has been tripped.
Turn the control knob to off and close the LP Gas tank valve. Disconnect the
regulator. Turn the Control Knob to “HIGH”. Wait a minimum of 5 minutes.
Turn burner control knob back to “OFF”. Reconnect the regulator and perform
a leak check at tank connection. Turn the LP Gas tank valve on slowly, wait 30
seconds and then light the outdoor fire table.
To ensure proper ignition make sure the igniter pin is properly positioned
and connected.
- The igniter pin should be pointed straight to the thermocouple.
- The thermocouple should be positioned 5mm away from the burner tube.
If wires are too
close, or
tangled, they
could short.
Make sure they
are spaced
apart from
each other.
Make sure
the wires are
fully inserted
into the
ignitor box.
Make sure that the pilot housing is unobstructed.
Clear any debris on top of the pilot housing and make sure there is no debris
between the igniter pin, thermocouple and the burner tube.
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Troubleshooting
Problem: Burner will not light using igniter
Please review the Helpful Tips on page 15 for common fixes to this problem.
Possible Cause 1: Electrode and burners are wet.
-Wipe dry with cloth.
Possible Cause 2: Igniter battery is dead or backwards.
-Check that the AAA battery is inserted correctly in the igniter (see page 10) or
replace the battery. Make sure the plastic wrap on the battery has been removed.
Possible Cause 3: Igniter Pin c racked or broken - sparks at crack.
-PLS contact retailer for technical support.
Possible Cause 4: Bad Igniter
-PLS contact retailer for technical support.
Problem: Burner will not light with match
Possible Cause 1: No Gas Flow
-Check if the LP gas tank is empty. If empty, replace and refill. If the propane
tank is not empty, refer to “Problem: Sudden drop in gas flow” on the
following page.
Possible Cause 2: Coupling nut and regulator not fully connected.
-Turn the coupling nut about one half to three fourths a turn, until you
feel a solid stop. Do not use tools, tighten by hand only.
Possible Cause 3: Obstruction of gas flow.
Coupling Nut
- Check for bent or kinked hose.
Possible Cause 4: Spider webs or insect nest in the venturi.
- Clean the venturi.
Venturi
Possible Cause 5: Burner ports clogged or blocked.
-Reference “Problem: Irregular flame pattern” on the following page. Clean the
burner ports as described there.
Problem: The fireplace emits a lot of black smoke when in use
Possible Cause 1: Hose from gas fireplace is pinched.
-Make sure the hose is not pinched between the
fire table and the source of the gas.
Possible Cause 2: Flame is being obstructed at burner ports.
-Make sure that the gas ports on the burner are free
of any lava rocks/fire glass so that the flame can flow naturally.
Possible Cause 3: Mixing chamber of the burn tube is blocked or obstructed.
-Clear out the mixing chamber located before the Venturi.
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Troubleshooting
Problem: Sudden drop in gas flow, or a reduced flame height
Possible Cause 1: Out of Gas.
-Check for gas in the LP gas tank.
Possible Cause 2: Excess flow safety device may have been activated.
-Turn control knob to “OFF”, wait 30 seconds and light outdoor fire table. If
flames are still too low, reset the excessive flow safety device by turning off
the control knob and LP gas tank valve. Disconnect regulator. Turn burner
control knob to “HIGH”. Wait at least 5 minutes. Turn burner control knob off.
Reconnect regulator and perform a leak check at tank connection. Turn LP
gas tank valve on slowly, wait 30 seconds and then light outdoor fire table.
Problem: Irregular flame pattern, flame does not run the full length of the burner
Possible Cause: Burner ports are clogged or blocked.
-Clean burner ports. Do this by inserting a
paperclip into each of the burner ports to
ensure they are not clogged. WARNING: Make
sure burner is not on, and has had sufficient
time to cool before touching it.
Problem: Flame blow out
Possible Cause 1: High or gusting winds.
-Increase flame to “HIGH” setting.
Possible Cause 2: Low on LP gas.
-Replace or refill LP gas tank.
Possible Cause 3: Excess flow valve tripped.
-Refer to “Problem: Sudden drop in gas flow”
Problem: Flame seems to lose heat when burning in cold weather temperature below 50°F
Possible Cause 1: Ice has built up on the outside of the LP gas tank because the
vaporization process is too low.
-Turn the control knob and the LP gas tank to “OFF”. Replace with a spare LP
gas tank and resume burning. Store the spare LP gas tank in a well ventilated
area, away from children.
If these trouble shooting steps are unable to resolve the problem,
PLS contact retailer for technical support.
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