Installation Instructions
Model Number VRB46
Zero Clearance Vented Gas Fireplace Heater
Stock #’s: VRB46N, VRB46NE, VRB46LP, VRB46LPE
Conforms to: ANSI Z21.88-2016 • CSA 2.33-2016
VENTED GAS FIREPLACE HEATER
This appliance may be installed in an
aftermarket permanently located,
manufactured home (USA only) or mobile
home, where not prohibited by local codes.
This appliance is only for use with the type
of gas indicated on the rating plate. This
appliance is not convertible for use with
other gases, unless a certified kit is used.
This Appliance Is Only Approved With
Kingsman Flex Vent System, Except When
Using The Power Venting Option.
INSTALLER: Leave this manual with the
appliance.
CONSUMER: Retain this manual for future
reference.
A Division of R-Co. Inc.
2340 Logan Avenue
Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada R2R 2V3
Ph: (204) 632-1962
Printed in Canada December 15, 2017 Part # 46VRB-MAN16
VRB46
Table of Contents
Table of Contents……………………………………………………………..........................................
Pre-installation Questions and Answers…………………………………...........................................
Operating Instructions………………………………………………………..........................................
Warnings, Installations, and Operations…………………………………...........................................
Mobile Home/Manufactured Housing Installation……………………...............................................
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INSTALLATION
Framing Your Gas Fireplace............................................................................................................
Nailing Tab Guide............................................................................................................................
VRB46 -Facing Requirements- ALL UNITS- Chase Not Vented or Vented Chase.........................
Facing Kit for VRB46- Z46PRO4.....................................................................................................
Locating your Appliance..................................................................................................................
Fireplace Dimensions......................................................................................................................
Unvented Chase VS Vented Chase- Choose Your Installation.......................................................
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INSTALLATION - CHASE NOT VENTED
Framing Dimensions -Chase Not Vented- Ventilation Plates In Place -As Shipped........................
Mantel Clearances –Chase Not Vented- Ventilation Plates In Place –As Shipped.........................
Clearance to Combustibles –Chase Not Vented-Ventilation Plates in Place -As Shipped..............
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INSTALLATION – VENTED CHASE
Vented Chase –Removal of Ventilation Plates- See Framing for Vented Chase............................
Vented Chase – Style 1 – Opening With No Grill............................................................................
Vented Chase – Style 2 – Opening With Grill..................................................................................
Vented Chase -Style 2 – Opening With Grill - Kingsman V46EG....................................................
V46EG Grill Installation....................................................................................................................
Framing Dimensions –Vented Chase -Ventilation Plates Removed................................................
Optional Recessed Cavity Dimensions............................................................................................
Mantel Clearances –Vented Chase -Ventilation Plates Removed...................................................
Clearance to Combustibles –Vented Chase -Ventilation Plates Removed.....................................
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COMPONENTS AND ACCESSORIES
Surround Dimensions......................................................................................................................
Surround Clearances.......................................................................................................................
Surround Installation........................................................................................................................
UHS Box..........................................................................................................................................
Component Locations......................................................................................................................
Fan Kit Installation...........................................................................................................................
Split Receptacle- Fan Speed Control Outside of Fireplace.............................................................
Door and Glass Information.............................................................................................................
Valve Access Cover Removal.........................................................................................................
Removable Lower Face Panel.........................................................................................................
ZRB46PL Liner Installation..............................................................................................................
VRB46PL Liner Installation..............................................................................................................
MQVRB46RLF Liner Installation......................................................................................................
Child Safety Screen.........................................................................................................................
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GAS LINE AND MAINTENANCE
Gas Line Installation……………………………………………………………………………………….
Millivolt System, Lighting, & Burner Control.....................................................................................
Trouble Shooting The Gas Control System.....................................................................................
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Burner System Maintenance...........................................................................................................
Gas Conversion Part A....................................................................................................................
Gas Conversion Kit For Top Convertible Pilot PART B...................................................................
Gas Conversion for Modulator – PART C........................................................................................
Burner Tube Removal......................................................................................................................
Burner System Removal/Installation Guide.....................................................................................
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LOGS AND MEDIA
ULK2 Universal Light Kit (Optional Accent Lighting Kit)..................................................................
RBCB1 -Cannonballs- Installation Instructions................................................................................
MQ Dealer Accessories for VRB46.................................................................................................
MQRBD3 5 Piece Driftwood Log Set…………………………………………………………………….
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IPI ELECTRONIC IGNITION SYSTEM
IPI Electronic Ignition System..........................................................................................................
Remote Control Operation...............................................................................................................
IPI Electronic Ignition Parts List – Standard System.......................................................................
Configuration #1: Basic System......................................................................................................
Configuration #2: Remote On/Off....................................................................................................
EGTM / GTM System -No Batteries................................................................................................
Configuration #3: Remote ON/OFF, variable HI/LO, and fan..........................................................
IPI Lighting Instructions...................................................................................................................
Proflame 2 Basic System.................................................................................................................
Proflame 2 GTMFL..........................................................................................................................
Proflame 2 Module...........................................................................................................................
Proflame 2 Remote Control.............................................................................................................
Proflame 2 Label Diagram...............................................................................................................
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VENTING SECTION
Vent Termination.............................................................................................................................
General Vent Installation Information..............................................................................................
Installation Of Side Wall Venting.....................................................................................................
Venting Table..................................................................................................................................
Horizontal Snorkel Terminations......................................................................................................
Vertical Venting................................................................................................................................
Glass Safety / Termination Cap Safety -All Units-...........................................................................
Approved for Power Vent PVH58………………………………………………………………………...
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PARTS LISTS
PVH58 Parts List.............................................................................................................................
VRB46 Parts List.............................................................................................................................
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WARRANTY
Limited Lifetime Warranty................................................................................................................
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Pre-installation Questions and Answers
About curing of the paint
Your stove or fireplace has been painted with the highest quality silicone stove paint. This paint dries quickly in 15-20
minutes when first applied at the factory. However, due to the high temperature silicone components, the paint will cure
when heat is applied to the appliance as it is first used. The following information applies to the curing process to get the
paint fully hard and durable.
Fire the appliance four successive times for 10 minutes each firing and a 5 minute cool down between each. Be aware
during log and firebox paint curing that a white deposit may be developing on the inside of the glass doors. It is important
to remove this white deposit from the glass doors using a fireplace glass cleaner.

Babies, small children, pregnant women and pets should leave the area during the cure phase.

Ventilate well, open doors and windows.

Do not touch during curing.
Why does my fireplace or stove give off odour?
It is normal for your fireplace to give off some odor at first. This is due to the curing of the paint, adhesives, silicones and
any undetected oil from the manufacturing process as well as the finishing materials used with the installations (e.g.
marble, tile and the adhesives used to adhere this product to the walls can react with heat and cause odours).
It is recommended that you burn your gas fireplace or stove for a minimum of four hours at a time with the fan off (if a fan
is present) after the curing of the paint has been completed. These odours can last upward to 40 hours of burn time; keep
burning at a minimum of four hours per use until odours dissipate.
Noise coming from the fireplace?
Noise is caused by the expansion and contraction of metal as the appliance heats up and cools down. This is normal and
is similar to the sounds produced by a furnace or heating duct. This noise does not affect the operation or longevity of
your fireplace.
It is also normal for the fan to make some noise when it comes on. This noise can be reduced somewhat by turning down
the speed of the fan with the variable speed control. Be aware, however, that this will reduce the volume of heated air
circulated into the room by the fan.
Note to the Installer:
Be sure appliance is working properly and its operation (including remote control operation, if included) is fully explained
to and understood by the customer.
Operating Instructions
1. Be sure to read and understand all the instructions in this manual before operation of appliance.
2. Ensure all wiring is correct and properly enclosed to prevent possible shock.
3. Check for gas leaks.
4. Make sure the glass door is properly installed before operation. Never operate the appliance with the glass door
removed.
5. Make sure venting and termination cap are installed and unobstructed.
6. If brick or porcelain liners are used, ensure they are installed.
7. Verify that the pilot can be seen when lighting the appliance. If not, the log or rock placement is incorrect.
8. If the unit is turned off, you must wait a minimum of 60 seconds before re-lighting it.
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Warnings, Installations and Operations
Installation Regulations
This gas appliance must be installed by a qualified installer in accordance with local building codes, or in the absence of local codes, with the current
CAN/CSA-B149.1 or .2 Installation Code (in Canada) or the current National Fuel Gas Code Z223.1- NFPA 54 when installed in the United States.
This appliance, when installed, must be electrically connected and grounded in accordance with local codes, or in the absence of local codes, with the
current CSA C22.1 Canadian Electrical Code or with the National Electrical Code; ANSI/NFPA 70 when installed in the United States.
In the U.S.A. Thermostats are not permitted for Vented Gas Fireplaces (ANSI Z21.50b-Decorative).
WARNING
FOR SAFE INSTALLATION AND OPERATION OF YOUR GAS FIREPLACE PLEASE NOTE THE FOLLOWING:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
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10.
11.
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20.
Do not clean when the glass is hot.
Do not use abrasive cleaners.
Using a substitute glass will void all product warranties.
For safe operation, glass doors must be closed.
When purging the gas line, the glass front must be removed.
Do not strike or abuse glass. Take care to avoid breakage.
Do not alter gas orifice.
No substitute materials may be used other than factory
supplied components.
This appliance gives off high temperatures and should be
located out of heavy traffic areas and away from furniture and
draperies.
Children and adults should be alerted to the hazards of the high
surface temperatures of this appliance and should stay away to avoid burns or ignition of clothing.
Young children should be carefully supervised when they are in the same room as the appliance. Toddlers, young children
and others may be susceptible to accidental contact burns. A physical barrier is recommended if there are at risk individuals
in the house. To restrict access to a fireplace or stove, install an adjustable safety gate to keep toddlers, young children and
other at risk individuals out of the room and away from hot surfaces.
Under no circumstances should any solid fuels (wood, paper) be used in this appliance.
Under no circumstances should this appliance be modified. Any parts that have to be removed for servicing should be
replaced prior to operating this appliance.
Any safety screen, guard, or barrier removed for servicing an 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 professional service person. More frequent cleaning may be required due to excessive lint from
carpeting, bedding material, et cetera. It is imperative that control compartments, burners and circulating air passageways
of the appliance be kept clean. Make sure that the gas valve and pilot light are turned off before you attempt to clean this
unit.
Clothing or other flammable material should not be placed on or near the appliance. This appliance should not be used as a
drying rack for clothing nor should Christmas stockings or decorations be hung from it.
Do not use this heater if any part has been under water. Immediately call a qualified service technician to inspect the heater
and to replace any part of the control system and any gas control which has been under water.
Do not operate appliance unless completely installed as per installation instructions.
Failure to position the parts in accordance with these diagrams or failure to use only parts specifically approved with this
appliance may result in property damage or personal injury.
WARNING: Do not operate appliance with the glass front removed, cracked or broken. Replacement of the glass
should be done by a licensed or qualified service person.
21. The appliance area must be kept clear and free from combustible materials, gasoline, and other flammable vapors and
liquids.
22. The front of the fireplace gives off high temperatures that could ignite combustible material which is kept close to the front of
the unit.
23. Ensure that power to the Fireplace is turned off before servicing.
24. Do not operate this Fireplace without the glass front or with a broken glass.
25. 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.
26. Operation of this appliance when not connected to a properly installed and maintained venting system or tampering with the
blocked vent shutoff system can result in carbon monoxide (CO) poisoning and possible death.
27. This appliance is equipped with a three-prong (grounding) plug for your protection against shock hazard and should be
plugged directly into a properly grounded three-prong receptacle. Do not cut or remove the grounding prong from this plug.
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Gas fired appliances may be used only for supplemental heat and/or decorative purposes and under no circumstances shall they
provide a primary heat source.

This appliance must not be connected to a chimney flue serving a separate solid-fuel burning appliance.
NOTE: It is recommended that a Carbon Monoxide (CO) Detector be installed in or near bedrooms and on all levels of your home.
Place a detector about 15ft [4.5m] outside the room that houses your gas appliance.
Certified for installation in a bedroom or bed/sitting room. In Canada must be installed with listed millivolt thermostat.
In the U.S.A. Thermostats are not permitted for Vented Gas Fireplaces (ANSI Z21.50b-Decorative).
In USA see local codes.
Operations and Maintenance Instructions
For safe installation and operation note the following:
•
Venting systems should be periodically examined by a qualified agency.
•
The flow of combustion and ventilation air must not be obstructed.
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The Burner/Log Assembly has been engineered and permanently adjusted for proper flame control.
•
Periodically remove the logs from the grate assembly and vacuum any loose particles from the grate and burner areas. See Log
Placement page to remove logs. Vacuum burner parts and replace logs.
•
Never use your gas fireplace as a cooking device.
•
Label all wires prior to disconnection when servicing controls. Wiring errors can cause improper and dangerous operation. Verify
proper operation after servicing.
Installation Requirements for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts
In the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, the installer or service agent shall be a plumber or gas fitter licensed by the Commonwealth.
When installed in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts or where applicable codes; the unit shall be installed with a CO detector per the
requirements listed below.
1. For direct-vent appliances, mechanical-vent heating appliances or domestic hot water equipment, where the bottom of the vent
terminal and the air intake is installed below four feet above grade the following requirements must be satisfied:
A. If there is not one already present, on each floor level where there are bedroom(s), a carbon monoxide detector and alarm
shall be placed in the living area outside the bedroom(s). The carbon monoxide detector shall comply with NFPA 720.
B. A carbon monoxide detector shall be located in the room that houses the appliance or equipment and shall:
2.

Be powered by the same electrical circuit as the appliance or equipment such that only one service switch services
both the appliance and the carbon monoxide detector;
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Have battery back-up power;
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Meet ANSI./UL 2034 Standards and comply with NFPA 720; and
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Have been approved and listed by a Nationally Recognized Testing Laboratory as recognized under 527 CMR.
C.
A Product-approved vent terminal must be used, and if applicable, a Product-approved air intake must be used.
Installation shall be in strict compliance with the manufacturer’s instructions. A copy of the installation instructions shall
remain with the appliance or equipment at the completion of the installation.
D.
A metal or plastic identification plate shall be mounted at the exterior of the building, four feet directly above the location of
vent terminal. The plate shall be of sufficient size to be easily read from a distance of eight feet away, and read “Gas Vent
Directly Below”.
For direct-vent appliances, mechanical-vent heating appliances or domestic hot water equipment where the bottom of the vent
terminal and the air intake is installed above four feet above grade the following requirements must be satisfied:
A.
If there is not one already present, on each floor level where there are bedroom(s), a carbon monoxide detector and alarm
shall be placed in the living area outside the bedroom(s). The carbon monoxide detector shall comply with NFPA 720.
B. A carbon monoxide detector shall:

Be located in the room that houses the appliance or equipment;

Be either hard-wired or battery powered or both; and

Shall comply with NFPA 720.
A Product-approved vent terminal must be used, and if applicable, a Product-approved air intake must be used. Installation shall be in
strict compliance with the manufacturer instructions. A copy of the installation instructions shall remain with the appliance or equipment
at the completion of the installation.
For the state of Massachusetts a T-handle gas shut-off valve must be used on a gas appliance. This T-handle gas shut-off valve must be listed and
approved by the state of Massachusetts. This is in reference to the state of Massachusetts state code CMR238.
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Mobile Home/Manufactured Housing Installation
This Direct Vent System Appliance must be installed in accordance with the manufacturer’s installation instructions and the
Manufactured Home Construction and Safety Standard Title 24 CFR, Part 3280, or the current Standard for Fire Safety Criteria for
Manufactured Home Installations, Sites, and Communities ANSI/NFPA 501A, and with CAN/CSA Z240 MH Mobile Home Standard in
Canada.
Appliance Must Be Secured To
Structure Using Supplied Nailing
Tabs And Or Fastened To Floor.
Serrated Or Star Washer
Use Existing Hole Or Remove
Existing Screw To Mount Ground
Wire (Nailing Tab Screw).
Ground Wire From Appliance To Steel
Chassis Of Mobile Home. USE 8GA
COPPER WIRE.
THE VENTED GAS FIREPLACE HEATERS (ANSI Z21.88-2009) IN THIS MANUAL MAY BE INSTALLED IN MANUFACTURED
(MOBILE) HOMES AFTER FIRST SALE IN THE USA.
THE VENTED GAS FIREPLACE HEATERS (ANSI Z21.88-2009) IN THIS MANUAL MAY BE INSTALLED IN MANUFACTURED
(MOBILE) HOMES IN CANADA.
Please follow the current ANSI/NFPA 70 National Electrical Code in the USA and CAN/CSA C22.1 Canadian National
Electrical Code in Canada.
An appliance must be grounded to the steel chassis of the home with 8 ga. copper wire using a serrated or star washer to
penetrate paint or protective coating to insure grounding.
Use carriage bolt at the attachment point (see diagram above) to secure the appliance to the floor.
Warning: Do not compromise the structural integrity of the manufactured home wall, floor
or ceiling, during installation of appliance or venting.
For required venting components see venting installation in appropriate section of this manual.
Certified for installation in a bedroom or bed/sitting room. In Canada must be installed with listed millivolt thermostat. In USA see local
codes.
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ZRB46
Framing Your Gas Fireplace
This section is intended for qualified installers only. Before beginning, make note of where the gas and electrical accesses are
located on the unit. This will streamline the construction process. Furthermore, familiarize yourself with the venting and
clearance requirements (see Venting section) for this appliance. Failure to comply with those requirements can seriously
compromise the safety and operation of the fireplace.
Specifications
1. Cold climate installation recommendation: When installing this fireplace against non insulated exterior wall or chase,
it is recommended that the outer walls be insulated to conform to applicable insulation codes. Drywall & vapor barrier
must be installed over insulation to prevent contact of insulation and unit.
2. Choose fireplace location and frame in accordance with the fireplace framing dimensions specified (view diagrams).
3. Drywall or other combustible material can extend up to the Drywall Stops located on the sides of the unit, and up to
the bottom and top.
4. A Hearth is not required for this unit.
Vertical Venting in Cold Climates
In cold climate conditions where temperatures go below -10 degrees Celsius or 14 degrees Fahrenheit, we recommend
that the chase be insulated and where the vent pipe enters into the attic space that the pipe be wrapped with an
insulated Mylar sleeve. This will increase the temperature of the vent and help the appliance to vent properly in cold
weather conditions.
It is also important in vertical vented direct vent appliances that the appliance be operated daily during the winter months
as this will help stop the termination from freezing up. We recommend using a thermostat (Not permitted for decorative
vented gas fireplaces installed in the U.S.A.) set at room temperature to allow the unit to cycle.
For IPI models it may be necessary to set the appliance to Standing Pilot mode to maintain heat in the cavity. The
purpose of this procedure is to prevent cold air from penetrating the chimney and then onto the living space. Therefore,
when the internal temperature is slightly elevated the fireplace is able to freely exhaust its combustion and hence making
it easier to startup.
Certified for installation in a bedroom or bedsitting room. In Canada must be installed
with listed millivolt thermostat (Not permitted for decorative vented gas fireplaces installed
in the U.S.A.). In USA see local codes.
Stand-off Locations
Make note of where the stand-off locations are. These stand-offs are provided as indicators to illustrate the
boundaries for framing. Therefore, no framing material is permitted to extend beyond these stand-offs.
Caution: Standoffs on top of the unit
must be folded into position & screwed
down Prior to installation.
Nailing Tabs
Holes are provided in bottom of
unit to secure appliance to floor
after installation.
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VRB46
Nailing Tab Guide
[Qty]2 Nailing Tabs are
located on each side of the
fireplace front frame.
These Nailing Tabs can be used in two ways:
1/2” Drywall Flush with Face of Fireplace –Fireplace and
Combustible Wall to be covered with a surround and / or
Non-Combustible Materials (e.g. Stone around Fireplace).
Framing Flush with Face of Fireplace -Fireplace to be
covered with Non-Combustibles (e.g. Concrete Board) for
Flat Wall appearance.
Nailing Tab
Nailing Tab
Framing Stud
Framing Stud
Drywall
Concrete Board
Drywall
Concrete Board
Surround
Nailing Tabs Must
Be Rotated 180°
And Folded Back
Onto Framing Stud.
Nailing Tab
Framing Mount
Framing Stud
Framing Stud
Nailing Tab
Nailing Tab
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VRB46 -Facing Requirements- ALL UNITS- Chase Not Vented or Vented ChaseNOTE: ANY MATERIALS COVERING THE FACE OF
THE FIREPLACE BESIDE AND ABOVE THE
FIREPLACE OPENING MUST BE NONCOMBUSTIBLE (i.e. brick, stone, tile, concrete
board). FIREPLACE WITH SCREEN ONLY (AS
SHIPPED) SHOWN HERE.
When finishing the wall around the fireplace, it is
critical that the wall covering be fastened properly. It is
acceptable to pre-drill holes and use self-tapping screws
which may be used to fasten a backer for tile, marble,
etc. Screws being installed through non-combustible
board should be self-tapping type with a maximum
length of 2 inches.
Do not drill or install longer screws (over 2”) as this
may damage internal components.
 We recommend that CONCRETE BOARD (noncombustible material) be tied in to the entire perimeter of
the fireplace for durability.
Finishing Recommendations (Obtained from
professional construction contractors and finishers):
 Frame unit with metal studs (minimum 20
gauge).Wooden studs may be used, but may cause
REQUIRED: NON COMBUSTIBLE OVER
UPPER FACE OF APPLIANCE
(46-1/16” x 28-3/4”)
drywall screws to pop or pull due to wood studs
drying out.
 Minimum of 1/2” CONCRETE BOARD cement board
(this non-combustible panel is ULC listed as a wall
shield/floor protector) and fasten to the entire perimeter
framing.
 Use fiberglass (mesh) tape for all joints in area of the
fireplace.
 Use Yellow joint mud (contains high amounts of glue) –
two coats, finishing with one coat of green topping mud,
sand and prep for painting.
 If not using a surround, a metal “L” Trim may be used to
finish perimeter of CONCRETE BOARD.
 OTHER NOTES:
-A full single sheet of non-combustible board (no joints)
above the unit is recommended if possible.
-It is preferred to attach the non-combustible board to
framing only and not directly to the unit to allow for
expansion and contraction during normal operation.
-Lighter colored painted surfaces may discolor due to
heat exposure.
SUGGESTED: NON COMBUSTIBLE
MATERIAL SCREWED TO FRAMING
(48” x 37-3/4”)
Non-Combustible Material
Screwed to Framing
Non-Combustible Material
This area can have a combustible
surface (i.e. drywall, hearth)
This area can have a combustible
surface (i.e. drywall, hearth)
Do not drill or install longer screws (over 2”)
as this may damage internal components.
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VRB46 -Facing Kit for VRB46-
Z46PRO4
This kit is recommended for Clean View Facing of the VRB46.

Promat precut boards can be installed with standard drywall screws (pre-drilling into fireplace
face required) or self-drilling drywall screws.
It may be desirable to countersink the screw holes for easier finishing later.
NOTE: Do not use screws longer than 1 inch as internal parts of fireplace may be damaged.

Use standard joint filler and paint.
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VRB46
Locating Your Appliance
LOCATION KEY:
A.
Flat on Wall
B.
Across the Corner
C.
As an Island
D.
As a Room Divider
E.
Flat on Wall Corner
F.
Exterior Wall
See Mantel Leg Clearances Instruction for
the proper placement of fireplace.
Island installation with a top vent is
possible as long as the horizontal portion
of the vent system does not exceed 20
feet (6.1 m).
VRB46
Fireplace Dimensions
FRONT
LEFT
TOP
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VRB46 –Unvented Chase VS Vented Chase- Choose Your Installation
Look at the following chart before you begin the installation.
Low
Enclosure
Cool Touch
Wall
TV above Fireplace with
Recessed Installation
option
Mantel Height
Heat can be
directed to
second room
UNVENTED CHASE
64”
No
No
2” at 37-1/2”
No
VENTED CHASE
70”
Yes
Yes
Any size at 35-9/16”
Yes
UNVENTED CHASE:
This is a traditional fireplace installation where the fireplace is
built into an unvented chase.
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Enclosure height is lower.
Temperature of chase walls will be higher.
No TV above Fireplace
Mantel height is higher.
Fireplace will be installed with Ventilation Plates in place (as
shipped).
VENTED CHASE:
The fireplace is installed into a vented chase. There are
many different styles of vented chase. See pages in
manual for installation details and information.

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
Enclosure height is higher.
Chase walls will be much cooler to the touch.
A TV is allowed above the fireplace.
Mantel height is lower.
Fireplace will be installed with Ventilation Plates
removed (see instructions in manual).
A minimum opening of 105 square inches of ventilation
area is required.
Kingsman V46EG Grill may be used.
If a custom grill is used, free air opening must total 105
square inches with no sloping louvers.
See “Chase Not Vented” Framing Section
See “Vented Chase” Framing Section
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VRB46- Framing Dimensions -Chase Not Vented- Ventilation Plates In Place-As Shipped
Determine whether face of fireplace will be:
 flush with finished wall (e.g., for surround, cultured stone or other non combustible covering).
 flush with framing (to be covered with concrete board for a Flat Wall appearance).
Refer to Nailing Tab Guide section also.
These structures are not
load bearing.
MIN 64”
Ceiling &
Enclosure
MIN 64”
Ceiling &
Enclosure
43-3/4”
HEADER
Note: If using optional surround, maximum thickness for non-combustible material is 3/4”.
Vertical Venting MUST maintain 1” clearance to combustibles.
Fig. 1
52” MIN
Plus Rise of 1/4”
Per Foot
Fig.1
Framing for Horizontal Vent
Termination
(See Installation of Side
Wall Venting Section)
33-3/4”
To Face
Framing
Shown flush
with framing.
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VRB46 -Mantel Clearances –Chase Not Vented- Ventilation Plates In Place
-As Shipped
Before installing any mantels it is
important to determine the
combustibility of its material(s). There
are two types of mantels to consider:
Combustible and Non-Combustible.
A Combustible Mantel is one that
consists of material(s) that may
discolor, combust, or lose its integrity
in the presence of heat. These types
of mantels must strictly conform to the
dimensional requirements shown.
Conversely, a Non-Combustible
Mantel is one that is constructed with
material(s) that will not combust.
Check your local codes and
regulations to determine whether your
mantel is Combustible or NonCombustible.
The advantage to Non-Combustible
Mantels is that it may extend right up
to the tile lip of the fireplace.
Combustible mantels must adhere to
the dimensional restrictions shown.
-Combustible Objects on NonCombustible Mantel WarningCombustible objects must not be placed
on a Non-combustible Mantel unless the
mantel meets the dimensional
requirements for a Combustible Mantel.
Determine whether your mantel
conforms to the requirements of a
Combustible Mantel.
Mantel Dimensions
are from front face
or Non-Combustible
Facing Materials
covering fireplace.
Mantel Leg Clearances
Top View
Adjacent Wall
Adjacent Wall
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VRB46 -Clearance to Combustibles –Chase Not VentedVentilation Plates in Place -As Shipped
Clearance to Combustibles
VRB46 –Chase Not Vented-
Front
36” [92cm]
Back (from Stand-offs)
0” [0cm]
Side (from Stand-offs)
0” [0cm]
Floor*
0” [0cm]
Minimum Ceiling Height (from bottom of fireplace)
64” [162.5cm]
Top (from Stand-offs)
0” [0cm]
Top of 90° Bend in minimum Enclosure of 64”
8-1/2” [21.6cm]
Top of 90° Bend in Enclosure over 64”
4” [10.2cm]
VENTING SYSTEMS
Top of Horizontal Pipe
1/1/2” [3.8cm]
Side & Bottom of Horizontal Pipe
1” [2.5cm] All Vent Systems
Vertical Vent Pipe
1” [2.5cm] All Vent Systems
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VRB46 -Vented Chase –Removal of Ventilation PlatesSee Framing for Vented Chase
⚠ CAUTION: Ventilation Plates must be removed before VRB46 is installed into a Vented Chase.
STEP 1: Remove [Qty 2] Knockouts from Outer Heat Shield.
STEP 2: Remove [Qty 2] Ventilation Plates.
Cut tabs to remove
STEP 1: Remove [Qty 2] Knockouts from Outer Heat
Shield
.
Outer Heat Shield
Knockouts
Cut tabs
STEP 2: Remove [Qty 2] Ventilation Plates.
Remove 1/4” drive screws and pry loose from
sealant.
TOP VIEW After Outer Heat Shield Knockouts
and Ventilation Plates have been removed.
See “Vented Chase” Framing
Section
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VRB46 – Vented Chase – Style 1 – OPENING WITH NO GRILL

VENTILATION PLATES MUST BE REMOVED.

Minimum Enclosure Height is 70” from the bottom of
the appliance.

For vertical venting use a Firestop (ZDVFS) or Attic
Insulation (ZDVAIS, Z7AIS24) Shield through
enclosure top.

Minimum Opening is 105 square inches free air.
⚠ NOTE: ENCLOSURE MUST BE SEALED
Air heated by circulation over the heating surfaces of
the appliance must not be discharged directly into the
walls, floor, or ceiling.
⚠ NOTE: You may not vent enclosure to a second
room without also venting to room in which fireplace
is installed.
Opening
directly below
Enclosure
Top / Ceiling
Openings are
directly below
Enclosure
Top / Ceiling
FRAMING TO
CEILING- OPEN
FRONT AND BACK
(to second room)
NO GRILL
Finished Minimum
Opening for each room
must be 105 square
inches of free air.
FRAMING TO CEILINGOPEN FRONT
NO GRILL
Finished Minimum
Opening is 105 square
inches of free air.
Requires 1-1/4”
Minimum Opening
below Ceiling
Openings are
directly below
Enclosure
Top / Ceiling
FRAMING TO CEILINGOPEN SIDES
NO GRILLS
Finished Minimum
Opening is 105 square
inches of free air.
NOTE: Sides of
enclosure must have
equal sized openings.
OPEN CHASE
FRAMINGENCLOSURE MIN
1-1/4” BELOW
CEILING
Finished Minimum
Opening is 105
square inches of
free air.
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VRB46 –Vented Chase- Style 1 – OPENING WITH NO GRILL
VENTILATION PLATES MUST BE REMOVED
Ceiling / Enclosure Top
Open Area
Open Area
47”
FRAMING
I.D.
⚠ NOTE: Heated air can be discharged
only into a vented chase cavity with the
required minimum opening of 105 sq.
inches of free air.
⚠ NOTE: If using insulation in vented
cavity, wall board / drywall is required to
support all insulation. Vented chase must
be clean and free of all debris (i.e. loose
insulation, pieces of wood, etc.).
⚠ NOTE: Heat cannot be discharged into
walls, floor, or ceiling.
10” Hole cut through
combustibles
Vertical Venting must use
Firestop Spacer (ZDVFS) or Attic
Insulation Shield and Sealant
TOP VIEW
Optional Attic
Insulation Shield
(ZDVAIS, ZDVAIS24)
Firestop
Ceiling / Enclosure Top
Open Area
Variable
52”
MIN
Open Area
Optional
Recess
43-3/4”
Variable
Exterior wall is insulated
and drywalled.
Exterior wall is insulated
and drywalled.
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VRB46 – Vented Chase – Style 2 – OPENING WITH GRILL

VENTILATION PLATES MUST BE REMOVED.

Grill openings must be within 2” of enclosure top.

Minimum Enclosure Height is 70” from the bottom of
the appliance.

For vertical venting use a Firestop (ZDVFS) or Attic
Insulation (ZDVAIS, Z7AIS24) Shield through
enclosure top.

If Kingsman V46EG Grill is used, minimum rough
opening required is 2-5/8” x 46-3/4”. Any obstacles,
such as vertical studs should be notched back 1-1/2”
from finished face of wall.
⚠ NOTE: ENCLOSURE MUST BE SEALED
Air heated by circulation over the heating surfaces of
the appliance must not be discharged directly into
the walls, floor, or ceiling.
⚠ NOTE: You may not vent enclosure to a second
room without also venting to room in which fireplace
is installed.
⚠ NOTE:
Outsourced grills must have 105 square inches
minimum free air opening and no sloping louvers
Grill Opening must2”
be
within 2” of Enclosure
Top
MAX
Grill Opening must be
2”
within 2” of EnclosureMAX
Top
FRAMING TO CEILINGGRILLS AT FRONT
AND BACK (to Second
Room)
Each grill must be 105
square inches free air
minimum.
FRAMING TO CEILINGGRILL AT FRONT
Grill must have a total of 105
square inches free air
minimum.
Grill Opening must be
within 2” of Enclosure Top
Grill
Opening
must be
within 2” of
Enclosure
Top
FRAMING TO
CEILINGSIDE GRILLS
Grills must have a
total of 105 square
inches free air
minimum.
NOTE: Sides of
enclosure must have
equal sized grills.
FRAMING TO CEILING- MINIMUM
ENCLOSURE- GRILL AT FRONT
Grill must have a total of 105
square inches free air minimum.
(Continued on next page)
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VRB46 – Vented Chase – Style 2 – OPENING WITH GRILL
VENTILATION PLATES MUST BE REMOVED
Grill Opening must be
within 2” of Enclosure Top
FRAMING TO CEILING MINIMUM ENCLOSURESIDE GRILLS
Grills must have a total of
105 square inches free air
minimum.
FRAMING TO CEILINGMINIMUM ENCLOSUREGRILLS AT FRONT AND
BACK (to Second Room)
Each grill must be 105
square inches free air
minimum.
Grill Opening must be
within 2” of Enclosure Top
MINIMUM ENCLOSUREGRILL AT FRONT
Grill must have a total of 105
square inches free air minimum.
MINIMUM ENCLOSURESIDE GRILLS
Grills must have a total of
105 square inches free
air minimum.
NOTE: Sides of enclosure
must have equal sized grills.
NOTE: Sides of enclosure
must have equal sized grills.
Grill Opening must be
within 2” of Enclosure
Top
MINIMUM ENCLOSUREGRILLS AT FRONT AND
BACK (to Second Room)
Each grill must be 105
square inches free air
minimum.
MINIMUM ENCLOSUREGRILL AT TOP
Grill area must have a
total of 105 square
inches free air minimum.
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VRB46 –Vented Chase -Style 2 – OPENING WITH GRILL - Kingsman V46EG
VENTILATION PLATES MUST BE REMOVED.
Ceiling Height is Variable
Maximum Distance
from the Required
Top Enclosure to
Variable
Enclosure Top
Grill Opening is 2"
Required Rough Opening for
Kingsman Grill is 2-5/8" x 46-3/4"
Optional
Recess
Variable
Grill Opening
47”
FRAMING
I.D.
⚠ NOTE: Outsourced Grills must have
105 square inches minimum free air
opening and no sloping louvers.
70”
MINIMUM
ENCLOSURE
⚠ NOTE: If using insulation in vented
cavity, wall board / drywall is required to
support all insulation. Vented chase must
be clean and free of all debris (i.e. loose
insulation, pieces of wood, etc.).
70”
MINIMUM
ENCLOSURE
⚠ NOTE: Heat cannot be discharged into
walls, floor, or ceiling.
Variable
10”
Hole Cut Through
Combustibles
Back Wall
Vertical Venting must use
Firestop Spacer (ZDVFS) or Attic
Insulation Shield and Sealant
Optional Attic
Insulation Shield
(ZDVAIS, ZDVAIS24)
Ceiling Height
is Variable
7-3/8”
SEALED ENCLOSURE TOP VIEW
Firestop
Sealed
Enclosure
Required
Enclosure
Firestop
2”
2-5/8”
46-3/4”
Grill Opening
Variable
Optional
Recess
52”
MIN
70”
Minimum
Enclosure
43-3/4”
Variable
Exterior wall is insulated
and drywalled.
Exterior wall is insulated
and drywalled.
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VRB46
V46EG Grill Installation
Parts List: [1] Louver Grill (ready to paint)
[1] Outer Trim Grill Mount (ready to paint)
[1] Upper Frame for Hidden Grill Mount
[1] Lower Frame for Hidden Grill Mount
[6] #6 Black Screws
This Kit comes with two installation options:
Outer Trim Grill Mount - For a Quick and simple installation.
Hidden Grill Mount - For a very clean installation with only the
grill visible in the finished opening.
⚠ Grill openings must be within 2” of enclosure top.
See installation section of manual.
USING OUTER TRIM MOUNT:
-Insert Trim into opening and fasten to framing with a wood screw at each end.
-Then insert Grill and attach with supplied #6 black screws. Do not over tighten screws.
Drywall
Outer Trim
Outer Trim
Grill
Grill
USING HIDDEN GRILL MOUNT:
-Insert Upper Frame into opening and push
between drywall and framing studs. Attach to
drywall with screws.
-Insert Lower Frame into opening and push
between drywall and framing studs. Fold tabs at
each of Lower Frame end to lock in place. Attach
to drywall with screws.
-Completely finish wall.
-Then insert Grill and attach with supplied #6
black screws. Do not over tighten screws.
Upper Frame
Lower Frame
Grill
Upper Frame
Lower Frame
Grill
Drywall
Upper Frame
Grill
Upper Frame
Lower Frame
Folded Tab
Grill
Lower Frame
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VRB46 -Framing Dimensions –Vented Chase -Ventilation Plates Removed
Determine whether face of fireplace will be:
 flush with finished wall (e.g., for surround, cultured stone or other non combustible covering).
 flush with framing (to be covered with concrete board for a Flat Wall appearance).
Refer to Nailing Tab Guide section also.
OPTIONAL RECESS
These structures are not load bearing.
Enclosure Top to Grill Opening
Ceiling
Sealed Enclosure Top
Vertical Studs
notched for Grill
2-5/8”
Optional
Recess
TV
2”
MAX
Minimum
Enclosure
52” MIN
Plus
Rise of
1/4” Per
Foot
70”
Minimum
Enclosure
RECESSED TO CEILING
Note: If using optional surround, maximum
thickness for non-combustible material is 3/4”.
Ceiling
Vertical Venting MUST maintain 1” clearance
to combustibles.
Sealed Enclosure Top
2-5/8”
1”
Clearance
from Grill
70”
Minimum
Enclosure
Optional
Recess
TV
52”
MIN
33-3/4”
To Face
Framing
NO RECESS
Ceiling
Sealed Enclosure Top
2-5/8”
70”
Minimum
Enclosure
Framing for Vent Termination
(See Venting Section)
52”
MIN
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VRB46 – Optional Recessed Cavity Dimensions

Recessed Cavity may begin immediately above top header (i.e. 4” for 2 x 4 with drywall).

May be 3-1/2” deep, with up to 3/4”combustible on back wall (i.e. plywood). NOTE: If this
surface is covered with drywall, recess will be 3” deep as shown below.

Television should be minimum 1” away from opening of Vented Chase.
Minimum Clearance from TV to
Vented Chase Opening
Depth of Recess after back wall is
covered with drywall
Drywall covering back wall
Back wall of
Recess
Maximum depth of Recess
2 x 4 Header plus Drywall
70”
MINIMUM
ENCLOSURE
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VRB46 -Mantel Clearances –Vented Chase -Ventilation Plates Removed
Before installing any mantels it is
important to determine the
combustibility of its material(s). There
are two types of mantels to consider:
Combustible and Non-Combustible.
A Combustible Mantel is one that
consists of material(s) that may
discolor, combust, or lose its integrity
in the presence of heat. These types
of mantels must strictly conform to the
dimensional requirements shown.
Conversely, a Non-Combustible
Mantel is one that is constructed with
material(s) that will not combust.
Check your local codes and
regulations to determine whether your
mantel is Combustible or NonCombustible.
The advantage to Non-Combustible
Mantels is that it may extend right up
to the tile lip of the fireplace.
Combustible mantels must adhere to
the dimensional restrictions shown.
-Combustible Objects on NonCombustible Mantel WarningCombustible objects must not be placed
on a Non-combustible Mantel unless the
mantel meets the dimensional
requirements for a Combustible Mantel.
Determine whether your mantel
conforms to the requirements of a
Combustible Mantel.
Sealed Enclosure
Mantel Dimensions
are from front face
or Non-Combustible
Facing Materials
covering fireplace.
Mantel Leg Clearances
Top View
Adjacent Wall
Adjacent Wall
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VRB46 -Clearance to Combustibles –Vented Chase
-Ventilation Plates RemovedClearance to Combustibles
VRB46 Vented Chase
Front
36” [92cm]
Back (from Stand-offs)
0” [0cm]
Side (from Stand-offs)
0” [0cm]
Floor
0” [0cm]
Minimum Ceiling Height (from bottom of fireplace)
70” [179cm]
Top (from Stand-offs)
0” [0cm]
Top of 90° Bend in minimum Enclosure of 70”
4” [10.2cm]
Top of 90° Bend in Enclosure over 70”
4” [10.2cm]
VENTING SYSTEMS
Sealed Enclosure Top
Top of Horizontal Pipe
1/1/2” [3.8cm]
Side & Bottom of Horizontal Pipe
1” [2.5cm] All Vent Systems
Vertical Vent Pipe
1” [2.5cm] All Vent Systems
Sealed Enclosure Top
2-5/8”
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VRB46
Surround Dimensions
Surround Frame
Z46S1
Surround Frame
Z46S2
•
•
•
The Surround Frames are 1” thick, with a 3/4” space behind the frame.
When using Surrounds, Maximum Thickness for Non-Combustible Facing Materials is 3/4”.
The Fireplace may be covered up to within 1/8” of the Fireplace Opening with non-combustible materials.
V
VRB46
Surround Clearances
1/8” Clearance
around opening
Maximum Depth for Facing
Materials is 3/4” When Using
Surround
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VRB46
Surround Installation
Small Surrounds: Each kit contains:
(Qty-1) Surround Frame
(44-5/8”W x 17-7/8”) (Qty-2) Surround Side Fillers
ZRB46S1BL
(Qty-1) Surround Access Cover – SS Only
ZRB46S1SS
(Qty-8) #6 Self Tapping Screws
Large Surrounds:
(50-1/2”W x 22-1/2”)
ZRB46S2BL
ZRB46S2SS
The Surround Frames
are 1” thick, with a 3/4”
space behind the
frame. The Fireplace
may be covered up to
within 1/8” of the
opening with noncombustible materials.
1.
Surround Frame
Side Filler
(Left and Right)
Access Panel
(SS Surround Kits Only)
2.
3a.
3b.
1. Hook lower ledge of Surround Frame onto the Lower Front Face Panel of the fireplace. With top of Frame tilted
outward, slide Side Fillers behind Surround Frame.
2. Push Surround Frame into place and install using the existing screw holes in the tile lip. Front Edge of the Side
Filler must rest between Surround Frame and Fireplace.
3. Fasten the Side Fillers to the fireplace using the two [2] existing holes on either side of the firebox opening.
NOTE:
Cotton gloves must be worn to protect the finish during
installation and handling.
All hand and finger marks must be cleaned off with a soft
cloth and light detergent prior to applying heat to the unit.
Stainless panels may discolour a little during normal operation.
This is normal and should not be considered a defect.
4. Replace the Glass Door. Put Access Cover in place.
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VRB46
51UHS Box
Included with base model.
The 51-UHS is designed for
millivolt and IPI units for in-unit
installation of the Remote
Receiver, Fan Control Module,
and the IPI Module.
NOTE: When using a remote
control, the 51-UHS must be
used.
Remote Receiver
IPI Module
Fan Control Module
BATTERIES
51-UHS can be inserted & removed from beneath
fireplace through access panel opening
(Remove glass door first).
COMPONENT LOCATIONS
NOTE: The gas line
connection may be made
of 1/2” rigid pipe or an
Approved Kingsman
Flex Connector, such
as FP15GC. Since some
municipalities have
additional local codes, it
is always best to consult
your local authorities
and the current
CAN/CGA - B149.1 or .2
installation code in
Canada or the National
Fuel Gas code ANSI
Z223.1 in the U.S.A
Batteries for Remote Receiver can be changed by lifting 51-UHS
up through opening.
(See Each Section For Connections & Wiring)
Z46 FAN
POWER
VENT
CONTROL
MODULE
VALVE
51-UHS
ULK TRANSFORMER ASSEMBLY WHEN PLUGGED INTO FAN CONTROL MODULE
120 VAC
ULK
TRANSFORMER
ASSEMBLY
51-UHS MUST BE ACCESSIBLE
GAS LINE ROUTING OPTIONS
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ZRB46
Z46FK Fan Kit Installation
Fan Kit should be installed before facing material is applied or surround is installed. To remove fan for service, the burner
pan must be removed and work done through the opening (See Burner System Removal section).
Fan Speed
Control
MUST be
located
outside of
fireplace
Thermodisc
Located
under Burner
pan
THERMODISC
VALVE
1. Remove Lower Face Panel
(See Removable Lower Face Panel
Section in manual).
2. Lift UHS Box out of Unit
3. Insert fan and place at right rear
corner of unit. See Component
Locations Section in manual.
NOTE: Do not allow cords or wires to come into contact
with the firebox or the underside of the burner pan.
TAB
TAB
5. Connect fan as per
wiring diagram above.
Replace UHS Box and
Lower Face Panel.
Thermodisc is located on Slider to the right of valve.
To replace pull handle out. Replace Thermodisc. Slide back in.
4. Mount fan on tabs
⚠WARNING
Electrical Grounding Instructions
This appliance is equipped with a three prong (grounding) plug for
your protection against shock hazard and should be plugged
directly into a properly grounded three-prong receptacle. Do not
cut or remove the grounding prong from this.
Before Servicing
1. Ensure all power supply is shut off.
2. Label all wires prior to disconnecting when servicing control.
Wiring errors can cause improper and dangerous operation.
3. For fan servicing: Vacuum and clean lint/dirt build-up on the
fan blades and motor.
4. When resealing the Burner Pan, use Millpac.
SLIDER
HANDLE
THERMODISC
Fan Speed Control
MUST be located
outside of fireplace
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Split Receptacle-
Fan Speed Control Outside of Fireplace
If you plan to locate the variable speed control switch for the fan outside of the fireplace and you require a constant source
of AC power inside the unit for another accessory such as lights or an IPI valve system, follow one of the procedures
below.
WARNING
A qualified electrician must connect
electrical wiring to junction outlet for
built-in installation.
Follow all codes.
WARNING
Electrical Grounding Instructions –
This appliance is equipped with a
three – pronged (grounding) plug for
your protection against shock hazard
and should be plugged directly into a
properly grounded three-prong
receptacle.
WARNING
Label all wires prior to disconnection
when servicing controls. Wiring errors
can cause improper and dangerous
operation. Verify proper operation and
servicing.
Caution: Electrical installation to be done by a qualified installer. All wires must be connected and grounded in accordance with
CSA Standard C22.1- Canadian Electrical Code part 1 or with the National Electrical Code, ANSI /NFPA 70 (latest edition) and /or in
accordance with local codes.
Switch Controlled Split Receptacle With Switch At START Of Cable Run
Switch Controlled Split Receptacle With Switch At END Of Cable Run
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Door and Glass Information
Glass Cleaning
It will be necessary to clean the glass periodically. During startup, condensation, which is normal, forms on the inside of the
glass and causes dust, lint etc. to cling to the glass surface.
Also, initial paint curing can deposit a slight film on the glass. It
is therefore recommended that initially the glass be cleaned two
or three times with non-abrasive common household glass
cleansers and warm water. After that, the glass should be
cleaned two or three times a season depending on the circumstances.
•
•
•
•
•
Warning and Cautions.
Do not clean when the glass is hot.
Do not use abrasive cleaners.
Using a substitute glass will void all product
warranties.
Do not strike or abuse glass. Care must be
taken to avoid breakage of the glass.
Do not operate this fireplace without the glass
front or with a broken glass.
Removal of the Glass Door VRB46
1. Remove the door by unlatching the 2 top latches. Simply
place 2 fingers in the grooves, pull towards you and lift
upwards slightly.
2. Once the top of the door is unlatched, simply pull outwards
and lift upwards to unlatch the bottom.
3. When re-installing the door place the bottom of the door in
first and secure with Top Latch assembly to the door.
Spring Replacement: VRB46
*Over time, spring may need to be replaced if tension is lost.
1. To remove the top latch, remove the 2 hex screws that secure
it in place. They are located in the firebox.
2. Once all the screws are removed the latches will slide out of
place.
3. There is 1 lock nut per latch. When replacing a spring, tighten
the lock nut until 2 threads are beyond the locknut. This is critical for proper tension.
FINGER GROOVES
2 HEX SCREWS
2.625”
Glass Replacement
REPLACEMENT GLASS FOR
DIRECT VENT UNITS
Model Series 9RB46 must use tempered
glass. Must be 5mm thick.
SPRING PART #
33IDV-123
To replace glass, clean all materials from
door frame. Scrape off old silicone down to
metal. Using a high heat silicone temperature-resistant to 500°F (260°C) apply a continuous bead of approximately 1/4” to all four
sides of frame and insert glass with new
gasket. Frame should be on flat surface,
with a small amount of weight pressing glass
into silicone. Let dry approximately 15 to 20
minutes. The door can be re-installed by
reversing Steps 1 & 2. Use caution when
removing broken or damaged glass. Wear
gloves.
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VRB46
Valve Access Cover Removal
Remove Valve Access Cover in order to access igniter and valve controls. To remove Valve Access Cover, simply
insert fingers into holes in Access Panel and lift out. When replacing Access Panel, engage Tabs into Slots in Bracket.
Access Cover
VRB46
Removable Lower Face Panel
Installers Note:
The Lower Face Panel is removable. This allows all necessary gas line and electrical connections to be made easily.
Once the installation is complete attach the Lower Face Panel with the supplied screws.
The Lower Face Panel must be on the unit Before Facing Materials are applied.
Note: Once Facing Materials are applied, removal of the Lower Face Panel will not be possible.
Lower Face
Panel
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ZRB46PL
Liner Installation
Warning: Failure to position the parts in accordance with these diagrams or failure to use only parts
specifically approved with this appliance may result in property damage or personal injury.
ZRB46PRL consists of:
[1] – Back Liner
[1] – Left Side Liner
[1] – Right Side Liner
Remove [2]
Screws from
Firebox Sides
False Bottom
Upper Baffle
Pilot
Cover
Remove False Bottom, Pilot Cover, and Upper Baffle.
Insert Back Liner. Tilt Side Liners into place and attach to firebox with Screws removed from sides of firebox.
Replace all components.
Note: Warping and Discoloration of Porcelain or Painted Metal Liners Is Not Covered Under Warranty.
Both Porcelain and Painted Metal Liners may discolour and warp during normal operation of your appliance. This is
normal, and not considered a defect.
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VRB46PL
Liner Installation
VRB46PRL Parts List:
[1] – Back Liner
[1] – Left Side Liner
[1] – Right Side Liner
1
⚠ Warning:
BACK
Failure to position
the parts in
accordance with
these diagrams or
failure to use only
parts specifically
approved with this
appliance may
result in property
damage or
personal injury.
Remove
Upper Baffle
[3 Screws]
RIGHT
LEFT
2
3
4
RIGHT SIDE
OF FIREBOX
5
Remove
Brick Clip
[1 Screw]
Remove
[2] Screws from
False Bottom
Remove
Pilot Shield
[2 Screws]
Install Back
Liner with
90° Flange
at Bottom
BACK LINER
Place Right Side
Liner against
Back Liner as
shown
Pilot
Pilot
Pilot
7
6
Replace
Screw
Discard
Brick Clip
REPEAT PROCEDURE FOR
LEFT SIDE LINER
Pull Side Liner
forward along
side of firebox
REPLACE UPPER BAFFLE
AND PILOT SHIELD
Replace
[2] Screws in
False Bottom
RIGHT SIDE
LINER
Pilot
⚠ Note: Warping and
Discoloration of
Porcelain or Painted
Metal Liners Is Not
Covered Under
Warranty.
Both Porcelain and
Painted Metal Liners
may discolour and warp
during normal operation
of your appliance. This
is normal, and not
considered a defect.
Pilot
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MQVRB46RLF
Liner Installation
MQVRB46RLF Parts List:
[1] – Back Liner
[1] – Left Side Liner
[1] – Right Side Liner
⚠ Warning:
Failure to position
the parts in
accordance with
these diagrams or
failure to use only
parts specifically
approved with this
appliance may
result in property
damage or
personal injury.
1
BACK
RIGHT
LEFT
2
Remove
Upper Baffle
[3 Screws]
3
RIGHT SIDE
OF FIREBOX
Remove
Brick Clip
[1 Screw]
INSTALL
BACK LINER
Remove and
Discard [2] Screws
from False Bottom
Pilot
Pilot
6
5
Replace
Brick Clip
d) REPLACE UPPER BAFFLE
c) Replace Brick Clip
BACK
LINER
BACK LINER
Pilot
a) Remove and Discard
[2] Screws from False Bottom
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ZRB46CSS
Child Safety Screen
46ZRBCSS
Contents of Kit:
[1] Child Safety Screen
[2] Screen Mount Brackets
[6] 3/8” x 1/2” Screws
Assembly Instructions:
Fasten Screen Mount
Brackets to Child Safety
Screen with supplied screws.
⚠ WARNING:
Wait until unit is COMPLETELY
cool before touching glass or
attempting to install or remove
Child Safety Screen.
Insert top of Screen
into fireplace
opening and push
bottom in.
Screen is
locked in place.
Insert screen into space above Fireplace Door opening.
Lock Screen into place on Access Panel Support Bracket.
To remove Safety Screen, WAIT UNTIL FIREPLACE IS COMPLETELY COOL. Push up at center of Screen Frame
and pull bottom away from fireplace.
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Gas Line Installation
This gas appliance should be installed by a qualified installer in accordance with local building codes and with current CAN/CGA B149.1 or .2 installation codes for Gas Burning appliances and equipment in Canada and the National Fuel Gas Code ANSI Z223 in
the U.S.A.
1. The gas pipeline can be brought in through
either the right or the left side of the appliance.
3/8” UNION
A knockout is provided at either location to allow
for the gas pipe installation and testing of any
gas connection.
2. The gas control inlet is 3/8” NPT. Typical
1/2” X 3/8” SHUTOFF
installation layout for rigid pipe is shown at right.
VALVE
3. When using copper or flex connector, use
only approved fittings. Always provide a union
so that gas line can be easily disconnected for
burner or fan servicing. See gas specification for
pressure details and ratings.
4. When a vertical section of gas pipe is
3/8” NIPPLE
required for the installation, a condensation trap
1/2” GAS SUPPLY
is needed. See CAN/CGA-B149.1 or .2 for code
details.
5. For natural gas, a minimum of 3/8” iron pipe with gas minimum pressure of 4.5” w.c. must be used for supply from the gas meter.
Consult with the local gas utility if any questions arise concerning pipe sizes.
6. A 1/8” NPT plugged tappings are accessible for test gauge connection both on the inlet and outlet of the gas valve.
7. Turn the gas supply ON and check for leaks. DO NOT USE OPEN FLAME FOR THIS PURPOSE. Use an approved leak testing
solution.
8. The appliance and its individual shutoff valve must be disconnected from the gas supply piping system during any pressure
testing of that system at test pressures in excess of 1/2 PSIG (3.5 KPa).
9. The appliance must be isolated from the gas supply piping system by closing its individual shutoff valve during any pressure
testing of the gas sup- ply piping system at test pressures equal to or less than 1/2 PSIG (3.5 KPa).
NOTE: The gas line connection may be made of 1/2” rigid pipe or an Approved Kingsman Flex Connector, such as FP15GC.
Since some municipalities have additional local codes, it is always best to consult your local authorities and the current CAN/CGA
- B149.1 or .2 installation code in Canada or the National Fuel Gas code ANSI Z223.1 in the U.S.A
For the state of Massachusetts a T-handle gas
shut-off valve must be used on a gas
appliance. This T-handle gas shut-off valve
must be listed and approved by the state of
Massachusetts. This is in reference to the state
of Massachusetts state code CMR238.
MODELS
Fuel
Gas Control
INPUT
Maximum
Low
Orifice Size
(0-4500ft)
Air Shutter
Important: Always check for gas leaks with a
soap and water solution. Do not use open flame
for leak testing.
Gas Specifications
VRB46N/NE
Natural
Millivolt / IPI
23,250 BTU
15,750 BTU
VRB46LP/LPE
Propane
Millivolt / IPI
23,250 BTU
17,750 BTU
#42
#53
Fully Closed
5/16”
Gas Inlet Size S.I.T. 820 Nova, 3/8” NPT
Gas Supply Pressure
Minimum
Natural Gas
5.5”
Propane
11”
Manifold Pressure
Natural Gas
Manifold Pressure High
3.5 IN. W.C./.87
KPa
Manifold Pressure Low
1.6 IN. W.C./.40
KPa
Normal
Maximum
7”
9”
11”
12”
Propane
10 IN. W.C./2.61 KPa
6.3 IN. W.C./1.57 KPa
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Millivolt System, Lighting, and Burner Control
FOR YOUR SAFETY READ BEFORE LIGHTING
WARNING: If you do not follow these instructions exactly, a fire or explosion may result causing property
damage, personal injury or loss of life.
A
B
BEFORE LIGHTING
This appliance has a pilot which must be lighted by hand. When

Immediately call your gas supplier from a neighbour’s phone. Follow the
lighting the pilot, follow these instructions exactly.
gas supplier’s instructions.
Smell all around the appliance area for gas. Be sure to smell next
to the floor because some gas is heavier than air and will settle on
the floor.

If you cannot reach your gas supplier, call the fire department.
C
Use only your hand to push or turn the gas control knob. Never use
tools. If the knob will not push in or turn by hand, don’t try to repair it.
Call a qualified technician. Force or attempted repair may result in a fire
or explosion.
D
Do not use the appliance if any part has been under water. Immediately
call a qualified service technician to inspect the appliance and to
replace any part of the control system which has been under water.
WHAT TO DO IF YOU SMELL GAS

Do not try to light an appliance.

Do not touch any electrical switch; do not use any phone in your
building.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Stop! Read the safety information above this label.
Set the thermostat to lowest setting.
Turn off all electrical power to the appliance.
Locate valve under the burner assembly.
If the control knob is not already in the off position, i.e. the word
“OFF” in the 9 o’clock position, then push in the gas control knob
slightly and turn  clockwise to “OFF”. NOTE: Knob cannot be
turned from “PILOT” to “OFF” unless knob is pushed in slightly. Do
not use force.
Wait five [5] minutes to clear out any gas. If you then smell gas.
STOP! Follow “B” in the safety information above on this label. If
you don’t smell gas then go to the next step.
Now push in the control knob slightly and turn  counter-clockwise
to the “PILOT” position.
Push in the control knob all the way and hold it. With the other
hand push in the red igniter button until you hear a click. Now
observe closely the pilot burner located on the rear center-left
hand side of the main burner.
LIGHTING INSTRUCTIONS
6.
7.
8.
If a flame has appeared then continue to depress the control knob for 20
seconds. If the flame did not appear then continue to depress the red
igniter button every 5 seconds until a flame is established. NOTE: If
after 30 seconds a flame has not yet been established then turn the
control knob back to the off position and repeat steps 5, 6 & 7.
9. Once the pilot has been established hold the control knob in the
depressed position for approximately 25 seconds before releasing. If
the flame goes out then repeat steps 7 and 8.
 If the knob does not pop up when released, stop and immediately call
your service technician or gas supplier.
 If the pilot will not stay lit after several tries, turn the gas control to
“OFF” and call your service technician.
10. Now turn the control knob to the “ON” position. The burner will not light
unless the wall switch thermostat or remote control is turned “ON” or in
the case of the thermostat there is a call for heat.
11. Close the access door and turn all electrical power back to the
appliance.
12. The pilot must be turned off when the unit is not in use.
TO TURN OFF THE APPLIANCE
1.
2.
3.
Set the thermostat to lowest setting.
Turn off all electric power to the appliance if service is to be
performed.
Open the control access door.
4.
5.
Push in the gas control knob slightly and turn  clockwise to the “OFF”
position. Do not force.
Replace control access panel.
NOTE: Only one on/off device (manual on/off, remote control, or hard wired thermostat) should be connected to the
appliance at any one time, this is most important when installing an insert or stove as the on/off rocker switch is installed at
the factory.
Recommended Maximum Lead Length (Double Wire)
When Using Wall Switch or Thermostat
Wire Size
Max. Length
14ga
100ft [30.4m]
16ga
64ft [19.5m]
18ga
40ft [12.1m]
20ga
25ft [7.6m]
22ga
15ft [4.5m]
To Wall Switch,
Thermostat*, Or
Remote Receiver
CAUTION: DO NOT WIRE 120V POWER TO
MILLIVOLT SWITCHES OR THERMOSTAT.
*In the U.S.A. Thermostats are not permitted for Vented Gas Fireplaces (ANSI Z21.50b-2009 -Decorative).
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Troubleshooting the Gas Control System
WARNING
BEFORE DOING ANY GAS CONTROL SERVICE WORK, REMOVE THE GLASS FRONT. Before troubleshooting the
gas control system, be sure external gas shut off is in the "On" position.
Problem
Spark igniter will not light.
Possible Causes
Corrective Action
Defective or misaligned
electrode at pilot.
Check for spark at electrode and pilot: if no spark and electrode wire is
properly connected, replace igniter.
Defective igniter (pushbutton).
Using a match, light pilot. If pilot lights, turn off pilot and push the red button
again. If pilot will not light - check gap at electrode and pilot should be 1/8" to
1/4" to have a strong spark.
Defective thermocouple
(flame switch where
applicable).
Check pilot flame. Must impinge on generator and thermocouple. Clean
and/or adjust pilot for maximum flame impingement on generator and
thermocouple. Replace thermocouple if pilot will not hold. (Hand tight 1/8 turn
on replacement)
Defective valve magnet.
Replace valve, if pilot won't hold after the thermocouple is replaced.
Wall switch or wires
defective.
Check wall switch and wires for proper connections. Jumper wire across
terminals at wall switch. If burner comes on, replace defective wall switch. If
okay, jumper wires, across wall switch wires at valve. If burner comes on,
wires are faulty or connections are bad.
Generator may not be
generating sufficient voltage.
Check generator with millivolt meter. Take reading at generator terminals of
gas valve. Should read 325 millivolts minimum while holding valve knob
depressed in pilot position and wall switch "off" Replace faulty generator if
reading is below specified minimum.
Plugged burner orifice.
Check burner orifice for stoppage and remove.
Defective automatic valve
operator.
Remove wall switch wires from gas valve. Install jumper wires from top bottom
terminals of gas valve. Turn valve on "ON". If main burner does not light,
replace valve.
Frequent pilot outage
problem.
Pilot flame may be too low or
blowing (high) causing the
pilot safety to drop out.
Clean and/or adjust pilot flame for maximum flame impingement on generator
and thermocouple.
Flame lifts off burner and
goes out in less than 30
seconds.
The inner liner has come off
flue or termination, flame is
starving for oxygen.
Attach the inner liner to flue or termination using screws, silicone and clamps
as stated in manual.
Flame lifts off burner on
one side while the rest of
the flame remains lit.
Improper installation of
firebrick. Firebrick is likely
leaning.
Be sure to position firebrick against firebox walls and be sure to use brick clips
attached to the inner side of firebox.
Pilot will not stay lit after
carefully following lighting
instructions.
Pilot burning, no gas to
burner, valve knob “ON”,
and wall switch “ON”.
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Burner System Maintenance
VRB46
It is recommended to annually inspect and clean the Burner System to prevent malfunction and / or sooting. This operation
should be performed by your dealer or a qualified technician.
-CAUTIONBefore servicing the burner system ensure that the gas supply is turned OFF and disconnect all electrical
connections to the appliance. Allow the appliance to cool to room temperature. Note that the pilot assembly
may be hot in an intermittent or standing-pilot system—even if the main burner was never on. Exercise
caution when working within the area.
-ALL WORK SHOULD BE PERFORMED BY A QUALIFIED AND CERTIFIED TECHNICIAN-
Monthly Flame Inspection
It is recommended to turn on the unit at least once a month and inspect the flame pattern to ensure there are no problems with
the burner tube (Flame should appear similar to the above picture).
The pilot flame should also be inspected monthly to ensure proper operation.
Pilot Must Maintain This
Relationship With Burner.
Pilot Area Must Not Be Covered.
*Pilot Shield should be visually inspected monthly
for signs of deterioration due to flame exposure.
Replace if necessary.
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Gas Conversion Part A VRB46
Models: VRB46LP, VRB46N, VRB46LPE, VRB46NE
Description
Pilot Orifice
Kit Number
46ZRB-CKLP
46ZRB-CKNG
46ZRB-CKLPI
46ZRB-CKNGI
LP Conversion
-MillivoltNG Conversion
-MillivoltLP Conversion
-IPING Conversion
-IPI-
1001-P167SI
#30 (977.167)
1001-P165SI
#51 (977.165)
1001-P168SI
#35 (977.168)
1001-P166SI
#62 (977.166)
Burner Orifice
Brass (1000-255)
#53
#42
#53
#42
Brass Nipple
Air Shutter
Hi/Lo Regulator
1000-P201VE
HEX
1000-P201VE
HEX
1000-P201VE
HEX
1000-P201VE
HEX
5/16”
1001-P202SI
(0.907.202)
1001-P201SI
(0.907.201)
1002-P014SI
(0.907.014)
1002-P016SI
(0.907.016)
Fully
Closed
5/16”
Fully
Closed
IMPORTANT: Always check for gas leaks with a soap and water solution. DO NOT USE OPEN FLAME FOR LEAK TESTING.
Caution:
The gas supply shall be shut off prior to disconnecting the electrical power, before proceeding with the conversion.
1. The Burner Tube must be removed from the Burner Pan
Assembly (See Burner Tube Removal). Adjust the Air
Shutter to the correct Primary Air setting as specified in
the manual or on the label plate. To adjust the Primary
Air setting, loosen screw on the side of the Air Shutter
and rotate to the correct opening using a drill bit or tape
measure. Retighten screw.
2. Remove the Main Orifice using a ½” wrench and replace
with the new Conversion Orifice which came with the
Conversion Kit.
3. Replace the Burner Tube. Install the new Pilot Orifice (See
Pilot Conversion) and Hi/Lo valve regulator by following
instructions supplied with the Conversion Kit.
Pilot Must
Maintain This
Relationship
With Burner.
Refer to “Gas Specifications Chart” for inlet pressures and input ratings. Clock meter to verify input rate. Place conversion label as
close to converted gas control as possible. Refer to lighting instructions to verify the normal operating sequence of the ignition system.
-Warning-
This conversion kit shall be installed by a qualified service agency in accordance with the
manufacturer's instructions and all applicable codes and requirements of the authority having
jurisdiction. If the information in these instructions is not followed exactly, a fire, explosion or
production of carbon monoxide may result causing property damage, personal injury or loss of
life. The qualified service agency is responsible for the proper installation of this kit. The
installation is not proper and complete until the operation of the converted appliance is checked
as specified in the manufacturer's instructions supplied with the kit.
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Gas Conversion for Top Convertible Pilot – Part B (series 0190XYZ)
Instructions for converting SIT 190 series pilot burner injector from NG to LPG and from LPG to NG only.
This information should be considered as supplemental to the Appliance Manufacturer's Instructions.
WARNING!
The installation of this conversion kit must only be undertaken by a qualified and certified gas appliance
installer.
1. Shut-off the gas supply to the appliance.
2. Allow the pilot burner to cool to room temperature.
WARNING: Touching a hot pilot burner can
result in injury.
3. The pilot hood is held in place by spring. First
remove the spring, then remove the hood by pulling
it up from the pilot bracket (fig. 1).
4. Insert a 5/32" or 4 mm Allen wrench into the
hexagonal key-way of the injector (fig. 2), and
rotate it counter-clockwise until it is free of the
injector journal.
5. Verify that the new injector is proper for the
application. The injector size is stamped on the
side of the injector near the top. LPG injectors have
a groove machined around their circumference
near the top, while NG injectors do not have a
groove (fig. 4). Refer to the Appliance
Manufacturer’s instruction sheet for the proper
injector size.
6. Insert the Allen wrench into the end of the injector.
Then, insert the injector into injector journal, and
rotate the injector clockwise until a torque of 9 lbf in
(1.0 Nm) is achieved.
7. First replace the pilot hood by aligning the tab on
the base of the hood with the slot in the side of the
pilot journal, and push the hood down, onto the
pilot bracket (fig. 3). The hood must sit squarely on
the bracket for proper operation. Then replace the
spring by pushing it on his seat (fig.3). Check to
insure that the hood is properly seated onto the
pilot bracket and that the spring is properly inserted
onto his seat.
8. Restore the gas supply to the appliance, and ignite
the pilot burner. Verify proper ignition and
operation.
WARNING!
This conversion kit must ONLY be applied as part of a conversion kit supplied by the APPLIANCE
MANUFACTURER for the specific appliance, and type of gas, being converted.
SIT GROUP
www.sitgroup.it
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Gas Conversion for Modulator – PART C
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VRB46
1.
2.
3.
Burner Tube Removal
Remove the six [6] DT screws from the lower portion of the Burner Tube Mount Brackets.
Slide the Burner Tube away from the Plumbing Connection until it disengages from the orifice.
Reverse these steps to reinstall.
VRB46
Burner System Removal/Installation Guide
-WarningTurn off Unit and allow to cool before cleaning. Only a Qualified service technician
should service and repair this appliance.
Burner Pan
Remove Valve
Heat Shield
Before Lifting Out
Burner Assembly
Pilot Shield
#5143ZDV-258-2
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
False Bottom
#46ZRB-256
Lift off Valve Access Cover. Remove Valve Heat Shield.
Remove the Glass Door from the unit. Remove liners if present. Remove DT screws and lift out the False Bottom.
Remove the DT screws around the perimeter of the burner pan.
Carefully work the burner pan loose & lift the assembly upward to remove it from the firebox cavity.
Installation is the reverse of these steps. Ensure that the mounting surface is clean & fresh Black Mill Pac is used to reseal the
burner pan.
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ULK2
Universal Light Kit (Optional Accent Lighting Kit)
Please follow the current ANSI/NFPA 70 National Electrical Code in the USA and CAN/CSA C22.1 Canadian
National Electrical Code in Canada.
Contents of Kit:




[2] 12V Halogen Lamps
Lamp Plate with Insulated Studs & wiring
12VAC Transformer with 3 prong plug & wire connectors
Light Switch & Cover Plate c/w10ft wire c/w [1] Loose
Female & [1] Loose Male wire connector
Lamp
Lamp
Inside Firebox
Bottom of Firebox
Connect Switch Here
INSTALLATION:
STEP 1: Remove false bottom to expose burner tube. Remove burner tube and cover plate as above. Remove old
sealant from opening.
STEP 2: Insert lamp wires through access hole in firebox as above. Apply new sealant (Mill-Pac). Secure Lamp Plate
with screws.
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MQRB3328, ZDVRB3622, & MQRB4236, ZRB46, VRB46
Screw
Screw
STEP 3: Place Lamps in position in firebox. Attach to fireplace with a single screw at the locations shown above for
each unit. Lamps can be placed facing upward or sideways. Replace burner tube and false bottom, along with pilot
shield.
Glass may be used to cover perforations in false bottom
STEP 4: Connect switch wires between lamp wire and
transformer (see schematic). Connect remaining lamp
wire to transformer. Transformer can then be plugged in
and the housing fastened to the bottom of the fireplace.
120 VAC
ULK
TRANSFORMER
ASSEMBLY
ULK TRANSFORMER ASSEMBLY WHEN PLUGGED INTO FAN CONTROL MODULE
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RBCB1
-Cannonballs-
Installation Instructions
Assorted size and colors. Place randomly as desired inside fireplace.
Can be used with MQ Glass, MQ Rock, MQ Stone or MQ Ember. Follow instructions for these accessories.
NOTE
 Pilot Area Must Not Be Covered, as delayed ignition can occur.
 Be Careful Not To Cover Any Part Of The Burner Tube As
Cannonballs may become discolored or sooting may occur.
 For best flame pattern it is essential to spread supplied Bronze
Glass directly onto burner tube.
Pilot Area Must Not
Be Covered
*Pilot Shield should be visually
inspected monthly for signs of
deterioration due to flame
exposure. Replace if necessary.
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MQ Dealer Accessories for VRB46
The following Accessories are available through MQ Dealers only.
ACCESSORY ITEM
DESCRIPTION
MQG5W
MQG5A
MQG5B
Decorative Glass 1/2” White
Decorative Ember Glass Cobalt Blue
MQ46D
MQROCK2
MQROCK3
MQRBD1
MQSTONE
MQEMBER
Driftwood Log Set- 3pcs.
Rock Set Natural
Rock Set Multi-Color
Driftwood/Rocks, 4 ea.
Decorative Stones
Glowing Embers
Decorative Ember Glass - Black

GLASS (MQG5W, MQG5C, MQG5A, MQG5B)
If you wish to use this media evenly spread the glass embers onto the
false bottom and burner. Ensure the glass embers do not excessively
overlap as this will affect the flame pattern. Use care when placing
glass embers near the pilot area so as not block or have the glass fall
over the crossover holes from the pilot to the burner, as delayed
ignition can occur.
The following types of glass are approved:
 ½” Ember Glass Material from American Fireglass.
Maximum amount: Natural Gas is 5 lbs, Propane units 5 lbs.
 Liquid Glass from Firegear.
Maximum amount: Natural gas is 5 lbs, not recommended for Propane
appliances.
Use of any other glass can alter the performance of the unit and is not covered
under warranty.
Discoloration of glass media may occur if placed on the burner, this is not
covered under warranty.
Pilot Area Must Not
Be Covered
*Pilot Shield should be visually
inspected monthly for signs of
deterioration due to flame
exposure. Replace if necessary.
 MQ46D Driftwood Log Set- 3pcs.
NOTE
2
1
3
 Pilot Area Must Not Be
Covered, as delayed
ignition can occur.
 Do Not Cover any part of
the burner tube with logs
as sooting may occur.
 For best flame pattern it
is essential to spread
supplied 1/2” Crushed
Glass or MQEMBER
chunks directly onto
burner tube.
 Place Log 1 on left side of fireplace against the back wall of the firebox.
 Place Log 2 on the right side of fireplace against the back wall of the firebox and onto Log 1 as shown.
 Place Log 3 in front of the burner in the center of fireplace as shown.
Can be used with MQ Glass, MQ Rock, MQ Stone or MQ Ember. Follow instructions for these accessories.
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
MQROCK2, MQROCK3, MQRBD1 - Place rocks randomly onto False Bottom.
MQRock2
Or
MQRock3
MQRBD1
NOTE
 Pilot Area Must Not Be Covered, as delayed ignition can occur.
 Do Not Cover any part of the burner tube with logs as sooting may occur.
 For best flame pattern it is essential to spread supplied Bronze Glass directly onto burner tube.
 MQ STONE DECORATIVE STONE SET- Place Stones onto False Bottom randomly. Do Not cover Pilot Area.
Not all stones will be used on some models.
 MQEMBER- Place these glowing ember chunks randomly. Embers may be used with or without other accessories.
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MQRBD3
-5 Piece Driftwood Log Set-
Can be used with MQ Glass, MQ Rock, MQ Stone or MQ Ember. Follow instructions for these accessories.
⚠ NOTE
LOG 1
 For best flame pattern it
is essential to spread
supplied Crushed Glass
or MQEMBER directly
onto burner tube.
LOG 3
LOG 4
LOG 5
LOG 2
 If sooting occurs, one or
more logs may be
removed.
MQRB5143
LOG 2
LOG 5
LOG 4
LOG 1
LOG 3
MQRB5143
LOG 2
LOG 5
LOG 3
LOG 1
LOG 4
VRB46
LOG 5
LOG 2
LOG 1
LOG 3
LOG 4
VRB46
LOG 2
LOG 5
LOG 3
LOG 1
LOG 4
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IPI Electronic Ignition System
Overview
The IPI system is an advanced burner controller that
provides you with the option of having either a StandingPilot, or an intermittent igniting system. This alternating
mode is controlled by the CPI/IPI Switch (Continuous Pilot
Ignition/Intermittent Pilot Ignition) located on the IPI System
Box. The difference between a Standing-Pilot and an
Intermittent-Pilot is in whether the pilot stays lit or shuts off:
In Standing-Pilot, the pilot assembly is lit by the IPI Main
Module and continues to stay lit until 1) the CPI/IPI Switch is
switched to the IPI position; 2) a loss of electrical power
(battery and AC source), 3) the flame sensor loses its signal,
4) the fuel supply discontinues, or 5) the IPI Main Module
malfunctions.
In the Intermittent-Pilot mode, the pilot shuts off when the
appliance is not in use. The advantage of this mode is that
fuel is not consumed when the fireplace is not operating.
NOTE: In some jurisdictions Intermittent-Pilot is required.
That means the pilot cannot remain lit when the appliance is
not operating.
Components
The core of the IPI system is the Main Module and the IPI
Valve. With these two components the system is able to
operate a gas fireplace. There are also other components
available to complement the IPI system.
UHS
Box
Cover
Backup
Battery
Pack
Remote
Receiver
Module
CPI / IPI
Switch
IPI Module
Fan Control Module
AC Adapter
Plug In
IPI System Cover: Is essential in keeping the components at
their proper operating temperatures. DO NOT OPERATE
THE APPLIANCE WITHOUT THIS COVER.
Modulating Servo Motor: Is an add-on valve component that permits HI/LO functionality to be controlled by the remote.
Contrary to this feature is a Manual HI/LO Control Knob. The Modulating Servo Motor requires the Remote system to be
present.
Backup Battery Pack: This component permits the IPI system to operate without the need for an external AC Adapter
power source. The advantage to using the battery backup is that in the case of a power failure, the appliance is still
operable.
NOTE: In certain instances the IPI Main Module requires resetting. This can occur if the system is unable to ignite the pilot
or the main burner in the allotted time period. The IPI is programmed to lockout all commands. To reset this lockout you
must deplete the system of all electrical power. This means to remove the batteries from the Battery Pack, remove the
batteries from the Remote Receiver (if applicable), and disconnect the AC Adapter from the system. Leave the power off
for approximately 25 seconds to clear its lockout.
Remote Receiver: This component provides the capability of controlling the appliance with a wireless remote transmitter.
Standing Pilot Mode for Colder Climates (Below Freezing)
For IPI models it may be necessary to set the appliance to Standing Pilot mode to maintain heat in the cavity. The purpose of this
procedure is to prevent cold air from penetrating the chimney and then onto the living space. Therefore, when the internal
temperature is slightly elevated the fireplace is able to freely exhaust its combustion and hence making it easier to startup.
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-Remote Control OperationThe Proflame GTM is configured to control the on/off main burner operation, its flame levels, and provides on/off and
Smart thermostatic control of the appliance.
Transmitter
Transmitter
The Transmitter is powered by 3 AAA type batteries. A Mode
Key is provided to Index between the features and a
Thermostat Key is used to turn on/off or index through
thermostat functions
Remote Receiver
The Receiver connects directly to the gas valve and stepper
motor with a wiring harness. The Receiver is powered by 4 AA
type batteries. The Receiver three position slider switch can be
set to one of three positions: ON (Manual Override), Remote
(Remote control) or Off.
Initializing the System for the first time
Install 4 AA batteries into the receiver battery bay. Install 3
AAA type batteries in the Transmitter battery bay.
Place the 3 position slider switch in the “Remote” position.
Insert the end of a paper clip into the hole marked “PRG” on
the Receiver front cover. The Receiver will “beep” three (3)
times to indicate that it is ready to synchronize with a
Transmitter. Push the On button. The Receiver will “beep” four
times to indicate the Transmitter’s command is accepted. The
system is now initialized.
Temperature indication Display
With the system in the “OFF” position, press the Thermostat
Key and the Mode Key at the same time. Look at the LCD
screen on the Transmitter to verify that a C or F is visible to the
right of the Room Temperature display.
Turn the Appliance On or Off
Press the ON/OFF Key on the Transmitter
Remote Flame Control
The Proflame GTM has six (6) flame levels. Pressing the Down
Arrow Key once will reduce the flame height by one step until
the flame is turned off. The Up Arrow Key will increase the
flame height each time it is pressed. If the Up Arrow Key is
pressed while the system is on but the flame is off, the flame
will come on in the high
position.
NOTE: The Remote
Receiver module can also
be located outside of the
appliance to a maximum of
6ft away installed in a
certified deep wall switch
electrical box (2-3/4”
depth). For this
configuration an extension
wiring harness (P/N: 1001P904SI) is required.
Remote Receiver
Room Thermostat ( Transmitter Operation)
The Remote Control can operate as a room thermostat. To
activate this function, press the Thermostat Key. The LCD
display on the Transmitter will change to show that the room
thermostat is “ON” and the set temperature is now displayed.
To adjust the set temperature, press the Up or Down Arrow
Keys until the desired set temperature is displayed on the LCD
screen of the Transmitter.
Smart Thermostat (Transmitter Operation)
The Smart Thermostat function adjusts the flame height in
accordance to the difference between the set point
temperature and the actual room temperatures. As the room
temperature gets closer to the set point the Smart Function will
modulate the flame down. To activate this function, press the
Thermostat Key until the word "SMART" appears to the right of
the temperature bulb graphic. To adjust the set temperature,
press the Up or Down arrow Keys until the desired set point
temperature is displayed.
Key Lock Function
This function will lock the keys to avoid unsupervised
operation. To activate this function, press the MODE and the
UP Arrow Key at the same time. To de-activate this function,
press the MODE and the UP Arrow Key at the same time.
Low Battery Detection
Transmitter - When the Transmitter batteries are low, a
Battery Icon will appear on the LCD display of the Transmitter.
Receiver - When the Receiver batteries are low, No “beep” will
be emitted from the Receiver when it receives an On/Off
command from the Transmitter. When the batteries are
replaced the “beep” will be emitted from the Receiver when the
ON/OFF Key is pressed (See Initializing the System for the first
time).
Manual Bypass Of The Remote System
If the batteries of the Receiver or Transmitter are low or
depleted, the appliance can be turned on manually by sliding
the three position slider switch on the Receiver to the ON
position. This will bypass the remote control feature and the
appliance main burner will come on if the gas valve is in the
“On” position.
*In the U.S.A. Thermostats are not permitted for Vented
Gas Fireplaces (ANSI Z21.50b-2009 -Decorative).,
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IPI Electronic Ignition Parts List – Standard System
ITEM NO.
1
PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
1006-P002si
Valve IPI Hi/Lo NG
1006-P003si
Valve IPI Hi/Lo LP
2
*1002-P047si
Pilot Assembly-LP -24” Wire
*1002-P033si
Pilot Assembly-NG -24” Wire
3
1002-P017si
Spark Electrode (with wire)
*1002-P119si
Spark Electrode (with wire- 35” Length)
4
1002-P903si
Electrode Flame Sensor
*1002-P910si
Electrode Flame Sensor (35” Length)
5
1002-P302si
IPI Ignition Board
6
1002-P850si
AC Wall Adapter
7
1002-P12BH
Battery Pack
8
1002-P912si
Wiring Harness
9
1001-P166si
Orifice Pilot -NG#62
1001-P168si
Orifice Pilot -LP#35
10
1002-P013si
Stepper Motor -NG
1002-P012si
Stepper Motor -LP
1002-P016si
Hi/Lo Regulator -NG
1002-P014si
Hi/Lo Regulator -LP
*Models VRB46E / MQRB4436E / MQRB5143E / MQRB6961E
Longer (35”) Wire length is required for these units.
Proflame System
Configuration: Manual Hi/Low
Simplified Wire Diagram
0.886.002
-OR0.886.003
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Configuration #1: Basic manual HI/LO and manual ON/OFF capabilities.
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Receiver Module
.584.523/521/221
1001-P221SI
Receiver Module
.584.523/521/221
1001-P221SI
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Operating the Receiver Without Batteries For GT / EGT / GTM / EGTM Remote Controls
-Wiring Harness P/N 1002-P906si required for both IPI & Millivolt systems.
-Millivolt Systems will also require Power Adapter P/N 1002-P850si.
The Remote Receiver & IPI or Millivolt system can be powered by the AC Adapter. This is advantageous if you do not
want to use batteries. Simply connect the AC Adapter into the Remote Control Wiring Harness as per the diagrams below.
IPI System EGTM
Receiver Module
0.584.523/521/221
1001-P221SI
Millivolt System GTM
Receiver Module
0.584.523/521/221
1001-P221SI
*In the U.S.A. Thermostats are not permitted for Vented
Gas Fireplaces (ANSI Z21.50b-2009 -Decorative).
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Configuration #3: Remote ON/OFF, variable HI/LO, and fan capabilities. Refer to the fan installation/removal section for fan
installation.
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Electronic Ignition Lighting Instructions
If you do not follow these instructions exactly, a fire or explosion may result causing property damage, personal injury or
loss of life.
Always light the pilot whether for the first time or if the gas supply has ran out with the glass door opened or removed.
FOR YOUR SAFETY READ BEFORE LIGHTING:
A. This fireplace is equipped with an ignition device which automatically lights the pilot. Do not try to light by hand.
B. Before operating smell all around the fireplace area for gas and next to the floor because some gas is heavier than air
and will settle on the floor.
C. Do not use this fireplace if any part has been under water. Immediately call a qualified service technician to inspect the
fireplace and replace any part of the control system and any gas control which has been under water.
•
•
•
•
WHAT TO DO IF YOU SMELL GAS:
Turn off all gas to the fireplace.
• Immediately call your gas supplier from a
Open windows.
neighbor's phone. Follow the gas
Do not try to light any appliance.
supplier's instructions.
Do not touch any electric switch; do not use any • If you cannot reach your gas supplier, call
phone in your building.
the fire department.
LIGHTING INSTRUCTIONS
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
Stop! Read the above safety information on this label.
Remove batteries from receiver, and/or Battery Backup Pack.
Turn off all electric power to the fireplace.
This fireplace is equipped with an ignition device which automatically lights the pilot. Do not try to light the pilot by
hand.
Open the glass door.
6. Turn manual shutoff valve clockwise
to off (Located behind the access panel).
Wait five (5) minutes to clear out any gas. If you smell gas including near the floor, STOP! Follow “B” in the above
safety information on this label. If you don’t smell gas go to the next step.
Turn manual shutoff valve counter-clockwise
to on.
Close the glass door.
Turn on all electric power to the fireplace and re-install batteries into the Transmitter/Receiver, and/or Battery
Backup Pack.
Turn “On” Switch that operates the Main Burner. If using a Remote Control refer to Remote Control Operation
Manual for activation.
TO TURN OFF GAS
1. Turn off all electric power to the fireplace if service is to be performed, including removing batteries from Remote
Transmitter/Receiver and/or Battery Backup Pack.
2. Access door inside the firebox must be removed to access the manual shutoff valve.
3. If alternate shut-off valve was installed it can be shutoff instead of going through the fireplace to access the
fireplace shut off valve.
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Proflame 2 Parts List
ITEM NO.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
PART NUMBER
1005-P001si
1005-P002si
1005-P325si
1005-P924si
1005-P042si
1002-P033si
584-PWR-C
584-X4P
584-X10
584-ACC01-C
1001-P591si
1002-P12BH
1005-P2SCH
1006-P307si
1006-P920si
1006-P921si
584-X12
1006-P002si
1006-P003si
DESCRIPTION
IPI Valve NG with Stepper Motor 885.001
IPI Valve LP with Stepper Motor 885.001
Module IPI PF2 584.325
Harness PF2 IPI 584.924
Transmitter PF2 584.042
Pilot NG IPI 199.059
Wire Harness PF2 Main Power Cord
Connector- ON/OFF Jumper PF2 651-1766990
Wire Harness PF2 - Accessories
Wire Harness PF2
Battery AAA 658-LR03XWA Transmitter
Battery Housing
Label – PF2 Schematic Decal
Integrated Fireplace Control (Basic) 0.584.307
Wire harness (Valve, APS connection Jumped, CPI connection) 0.584.920
Wire harness for Split flow 0.584.921 (Not available)
Power Vent Harness
IPI Valve NG Hi / Lo
IPI Valve LP Hi / Lo
NOT SHIPPED
WITH REMOTE
Main
Power
Cord
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584.042
Optional
Light Kit
584.924
GTMFL
SHIPS WITH REMOTE CONTROL
TRANSMITTER
Optional
Fan
885.001 NG
885.002 LP
584.325
Main Power
Cord
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Proflame 2 Module
INTRODUCTION
The Proflame2 IFC (Integrated Fireplace Control) board is a device that allows the automatic ignition and pilot flame
supervision, to command the functions of a hearth appliance.
It is configured to control the ON/OFF main burner operation, giving the choice of both IPI (intermittent pilot ignition), and
CPI (continuous pilot ignition) modes.
The Proflame2 IFC board controls directly the pilot assembly and an automatic valve 880, 886 and 885 of the Proflame
families using low voltage electric power.
The IFC board is powered by Line voltage (AC) with provision of battery back up in case of main power loss. Fans and
lighting features will not function when the IFC is powered by battery backup.
The Proflame IFC has the ability to control the comfort fan through 6 speeds, modulate an accent light through 6 levels
and switch on or off an auxiliary output via the remote transmitter.
Low battery power detection
The life span of the receiver batteries depends on various factors: quality of the batteries used, the number of ignitions of
the appliance, the number of changes to the room thermostat set point, etc. When the receiver batteries are low a
“double-beep” will be emitted from the IFC when it receives an On/Off command from the transmitter.
This is an alert for a low battery condition of the receiver and after that no more command will be accepted. When the
batteries are replaced the “beep” will be emitted from the receiver as soon as powered.
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Proflame 2 Remote Control
LCD Display
ON / OFF Key
Thermostat Key
Batteries
UP / DOWN Arrow Key
Mode Key
SW1
Button
Pairing Remote Control:

Install the 3 AAA type batteries in the battery bay,
located on the base of the Remote Control. Note
polarity of the batteries and insert them as indicated.

Connect the AC power supply to the IFC.
Press the SW1 button on the IFC module so the IFC
will “beep” and a red LED is illuminated to indicate
that the IFC is ready to synchronize with a Remote
Control within 10 seconds. With the batteries already
installed in the Remote Control, push the ON button.
The receiver will “beep” four times to indicate the
Remote Control’s command is accepted.
The system is now initialized.

Resetting Proflame II Module for Manual Use
Should the transmitter get misplaced, broken or not
wanted the PF2 Module can be reset to a manual system.
A manual on/off switch or thermostat may be installed at
the X4 connector (this connection is Jumped at the
factory) no power is required.
The following sequence must be followed to reset the PF2
Module:

Press the Red SW1 button until you hear three beeps.


Within 10 seconds press the SW1 button again until
you hear it beep.
The PF2 module may now be turned on/off manually
(x4 connector) by a switch (not supplied), the pilot will
remain on CPI (continuous pilot ignition) mode, all
other functions of main burner, fan and lights will be
on the high setting.
Fan Startup and Shutdown Timings:
Fan setting is started with a delay of 5 minutes from the
fireplace ignition and stopped with a delay of 12 minutes
from the fireplace switching off.
Low battery power detection
When the Remote Control’s batteries are low, a Battery
Icon will appear on the LCD display before all power is
lost. When the batteries are replaced this icon will
disappear.
Battery backup
The PF2 module is powered by line voltage (AC) with
provision of battery backup in case of main power loss.
Fans and lighting features will not function with the PF2
module is powered by battery backup. It is recommended
that the 4 x AA batteries are changed before each heating
season.
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Vent Termination
WARNING:
A HORIZONTAL VENT
CERTIFIED GUARD
(SAFETY CAGE) IS
AVAILABLE WHEN
REQUIRED BY LOCAL
CODES.
Measure to the edge of the termination plate.
Measure to the edge of the round termination.
V
Vent Terminal
Air Supply
A. Clearance above grade, veranda, porch, deck, or balcony 12
inches (30cm) minimum.1
B. Clearance to window or door that may be opened. 12 inches (30cm)
minimum for appliances 100 000 Btuh (30 kW) and lower, in Canada.
9 inches2 (23cm) for appliances 50 000 Btuh and lower, in USA.
C.
Clearance to permanently closed window minimum 12 inches
(30cm) recommended to prevent condensation on window, in
Canada. 9 inches2 (23cm) for appliances 50 000 Btuh and
lower, in USA.
D. Vertical clearance to ventilated soffit located above the termination within a horizontal distance of 2 feet (60cm) from the center
line of the termination. 18 inches (46cm) minimum.5
E. Clearance to unventilated soffit 12 inches (30cm) minimum.
F. Clearance under veranda, porch, deck or balcony 12 inches1
(30cm) minimum.4 US5
G. Clearance from a perpendicular inside wall or outer corner to
the edge of the vent terminal plate is 3” (minimum).
H. Clearance to each side of center line extended above
meter/regulator assembly 3 feet (91cm) within a height 15
feet (4.5m) above the meter/regulator assembly.
I. Clearance to service regulator vent outlet 3 feet (91cm)
minimum.1 US5
J.
Clearance to non-mechanical air supply inlet to building or the
combustion air inlet to any other appliance: In Canada, 6 inches (15cm) for appliances ≤10,000 Btuh (3kW), 12 inches1
(30cm) minimum for appliances >10,000 Btuh (3kW) and
≤100,000 Btuh (30kW), 36 inches (91cm) for appliances
>100,000 Btuh (30kW). In the USA, 6 inches2 (15cm) for appliances ≤10,000 Btuh (3kW), 9 inches (23cm) for appliances
>10,000 Btuh (3kW) and ≤50,000 Btuh (15kW), 12 inches
(30cm) for appliances >50,000 Btuh (15kW).
K. Clearance to a mechanical air supply inlet 6 feet (1.8m) mini
mum (1), in Canada. In USA, 3 feet (91cm) above if within
10 feet (3m) horizontally (2).
L. Clearance above paved sidewalk or a paved driveway
located on public property 7 feet (2.1m) minimum.3
Area Where Terminal Not Permitted.
M. Clearance above highest point of exit on roof 18 inches
(45cm).
N. Clearance to perpendicular wall 24 inches (60 cm).
(Recommended to prevent re-circulation of exhaust products.
For additional requirements check local codes.)
O. A moisture-exhaust duct shall not terminate within 3 ft (1
m) in any direction of a service regulator or fresh-air
intake.
NOTE: Clearances are to the edge of terminal plate, add 63/4” to clearances to arrive at center line.
NOTE: Local Codes or Regulations may require different
clearances.
Termination
It is imperative that the vent termination be located observing the
minimum clearances as shown. There must not be any obstruction
such as bushes, garden sheds, fences, decks or utility buildings
within 24” from the front of the termination plate.
Do not locate termination where excessive snow or ice build-up
may occur. Be sure to check vent termination area after snow falls
and clear to prevent accidental blockage of venting system. When
using snow blowers, make sure snow is not directed towards vent
termination area.
Venting terminal shall not be recessed into a wall or siding. If
finishing the outside wall with vinyl or wood siding it is
recommended that a Siding Shield be installed, Part Number
ZDVSSLR.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
In accordance with the current CSA B149.1, Natural Gas and
Propane Code.
In accordance with the current ANSI Z223.1/NFPA 54,
National Fuel Gas Code.
A vent shall not terminate directly above a sidewalk or paved
driveway that is located between two single family dwellings
and serves both dwellings.
Permitted only if veranda, porch, deck, or balcony is fully
open on a minimum of two sides beneath the floor.
Clearance in accordance with local installation codes and the
requirements of the gas supplier.
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General Vent Installation
This gas appliance is approved to be vented either through the side wall or vertically through the roof. Only Kingsman Flex (Z-Flex)
Venting Kits and components specifically approved and LABELED for this fireplace may be used.
⚠ WARNING: DO NOT mix parts from different systems unless stated in the manual.
Flex Pipe Venting
Kingsman Flex pipe is shipped in unexpanded length. When
installing pipe expand the lengths. Pipe can be expanded to
twice their lengths e.g. 4ft. to 8ft. fully expand pipe and cut off
excess.
Do not use more than 2 couplers to extend short pipes. Single
sections are preferred in an installation attaching at the
fireplace and termination.
Place the spring spaces provided approximately every two feet
to stabilize 4” flex in the center of 7” flex. When forming bends
place spring in bend or before and after.
Horizontal runs require support metal straps every 2 feet. In off
set installation support straps should be used to stabilize pipe.
Expand 4” and 7” flex pipe to the point that the 7” protrudes
approximately 2 to 3 inches past outer wall and the 4” flex
protrudes approximately 2 to 3 inches past the 7” flex. Attach
the 4” pipe to the termination first and secure with sealant and
4 (four) screws then attach the 7” flex to the termination with
caulking and screws. Termination may then be moved back to
the outer wall and attached to home screwing into the framing.
Silicone around termination to waterproof. If siding shield is
going to be used attach this using same attaching hole as the
top of termination after termination has been caulked for water
proofing.
Use Hi Temp Sealant
Apply a bead of mill pac high temp sealant to all joints and use
four screws to secure each pipe at fireplace, termination and
any joint if joining any sections of pipe.
1.
FRAMING DIMENSION
Combustible Wall
Cut an 11” hole through exterior wall and frame as shown
below.
Non combustible Wall
Cut or drill 8” or 204mm diameter hole.
NOTE: It is critical to the proper and safe operation of this
fireplace that on all connections the inner liner and the outer
casing are both caulked with liberal amounts of sealant. Do not
use any kind of tape or silicone other than that recommended in
this manual, Mill Pac Sealant.
If venting has been disassembled, reassemble and reseal in the
same manner as specified here.
Installation of Side Wall Venting
To determine the minimum distance from the bottom of the fireplace to
WARNING:
the center of the vent see page 8. Cut a hole through the wall allowing
A HORIZONTAL VENT
for an 11” x 11” (inside diameter) in combustible walls for wall thimble
CERTIFIED GUARD
or an 8” diameter hole in a non-combustible wall (See Figure 2).
(SAFETY CAGE) IS
2. For the clearance to combustible above a 90 degree bend see
AVAILABLE WHEN
Clearance to Combustibles section.
REQUIRED BY LOCAL
3. Select the approximate vent length, precise measurements are not
CODES.
needed as your flex pipe can be expanded to twice its shipped length
for ease of installation.
4. To install wall thimble centre over 11” x 11” (inch) framing from both
sides of wall and secure. Route flex vent pipe through wall thimble
(See Figure 1).
5. Before joining pipes, apply a bead of high temperature sealant (Mill
Pac) to end of pipe. First attach the four inch (4”) flue pipe to the vent
termination with sealant, and secure with 4 screws provided. At this
time make sure the spacer springs are attached to the (4”) flex pipe as
required. Then attach the seven inch (7”) pipe by the same method.
6. Mount vent termination and seal to wall using caulking around the wall
thimble to weather proof. After installing the vent termination, double
check to make sure the pipe extends properly through wall thimble and
into vent termination.
7. Before joining pipes to fireplace flue, apply a bead of high temperature sealant (Mill Pac) to end of pipe. First attach the four inch
(4”) flue pipe to fireplace with Mill Pac sealant to the flue pipe and secure with 4 screws provided. At this time verify that the
spacer springs are attached properly to the (4”) flex pipe as required. Then attach the seven inch (7”) pipe by the same method.
8. Support horizontal pipes every two (2) feet (61 cm) with metal strap bands. Re-check fireplace to make sure it is levelled and
properly positioned and secured.
9. Support vertical pipes to maintain a minimum of 1” or greater clearance to combustibles with metal strapping bands.
10. If finishing the outside wall with vinyl or wood siding it is recommended that a Siding Shield be installed, Part Number ZDVSSLR.
11. A Termination Safety Cage (#FDVHSCU) is available.
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Venting Routes And Components
Venting Routes And Components
Since it is very important that the vent system maintain its
balance between the combustion air intake and the flue gas
exhaust, certain limitations as to vent configurations apply and
must be strictly adhered to.
The table showing the relationship between vertical and
horizontal side wall venting will help to determine the various
vent lengths.
The maximum horizontal run is 20 ft/6.1 m when the vertical
run is 7 ft/2.1m (Figure #2). Note: 1/4” vertical rise is required
for every 12” of horizontal run.
The maximum number of 45 degree bends per side wall
installation is two (2) in the horizontal run and then you must
reduce the length of the horizontal by 18 inches for each 45
degree bend.
The maximum vertical run is 43 ft/13.1 meters.
Special Note: For each 45 degree bend installed in the
horizontal run, the length of the horizontal run must be reduced
by 18” (45cm). This does not apply if the 45 degree bends are
installed on the vertical part of the vent system.
Example: If according to the table, the length of the horizontal
run is 10 feet, and two 45 degree bends are required, the
horizontal run length must be reduced to 7 feet.
2 additional 90° bends or equals are allowed. The horizontal
run must be reduced by 36” per each 90° bend, or 18” per
each 45° bend.
IMPORTANT: Always locate the fireplace in such a
way that a minimum of offsets and/or horizontal runs
are required. 1/4” vertical rise is required for every 12”
horizontal run.
Figure 1
10 FEET
MAX
52” MIN
Plus ¼” Rise/Ft = 54-1/2”
20 FEET
MAX
Figure 2
Support Straps
Every 2 Feet
7 FEET
How To Use The Horizontal Vent Table
1. Determine the height of the system and the number of
bends required.
2. Having determined the vertical distance determine the maximum horizontal section allowed.
3. Vent table has been established for 90° horizontal/vertical
runs. With use of flex pipe distance not having 90° bends will
not fall into vent table standards. See Fig. B.
-Horizontal Venting Table From Bottom of FireplaceFor venting to a maximum of 43ft (13.1 meters).
Total Vertical
Max Total Horizontal
Feet
Meters
Feet
Meters
4’-4” (52” Min)
1.3
10
3.0
5
1.5
15
4.6
6
1.8
20
6.1
7
2.1
20
6.1
8
2.4
20
6.1
9
1.8
20
6.1
10
3.0
20
6.1
11
3.4
20
6.1
12
3.7
20
6.1
13
4.0
20
6.1
14
4.3
20
6.1
15
4.6
20
6.1
20
6.1
20
6.1
25
7.6
15
4.6
30
9.1
10
3.0
43 (Max)
13.1
0
0
Example A:
If the vertical dimension from
the floor of the fire- place is
6ft, the horizontal run to the
wall flange of the vent
termination must not exceed
20ft.
NOTE: The final location
of the fireplace must be
such that the horizontal
vent dimensions fall within those stated on the
graph. The Maximum
Vertical vent run is 43ft.
(13.1 meters).
20 FEET MAX
Important: Minimum
clearance between vent
pipes and combustible
materials is1 inch (25mm).
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9RB46
Horizontal Snorkel Terminations
Z47ST24 / Z47ST36
Two snorkel terminations are available if a vertical rise is necessary on the exterior side of a building:
Z47ST24 (24” Tall, 14-1/2” Center to Center)
Z47ST36 (36” Tall, 26-1/2” Center to Center)
Follow standard horizontal venting installation procedures. If the Snorkel Termination is to be located below grade, a
window well is recommended with adequate and proper drainage as per local codes. Leave 2” clearance below snorkel to
prevent water from entering the Snorkel Termination. Do not enclose the Snorkel within a wall or other type of enclosure
and do not back fill. Ensure that grade level slopes away from the building. Follow all local codes.
Maintain All Clearances,
including proper rise and run.
Ensure adequate drainage.
-FOLLOW ALL LOCAL CODES A safety cage (Z57STSC) is also available.
Place safety cage over snorkel and mount with [4] DT screws (supplied with safety cage).
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Venting Straight Up Through Roof
An Attic Insulation Shield must be installed where the vent passes from a lower living space into an attic space where the chimney is
not enclosed. It is designed to keep insulation materials away from the chimney.
When installing the Attic Insulation Shield where the chimney passes from a living space to an attic space, install the shield from below
and nail in place using 1" spiral nails.
A fire stop must be installed on the bottom side of the joists when passing through a ceiling or floor. If an attic insulation shield is to be
used, a fire stop is not required.
Attic Insulation Shield
Fire Stop
Using Flex Bends
Avoid cutting joists by offsetting the flex pipe.
When using 45° bends a bend support is required directly above the highest bend.
When installing a bend in a joist area a minimum of 4" clearance to combustible to the top of bend must be maintained, sides and
bottom of pipe, a 1" clearance to combustibles must be maintained. If running horizontal through an area a 1-1/2" minimum clearance to
the top of the horizontal pipe must be maintained.
Maximum vertical height of system should not exceed 43 feet.
Use roof support and rigid pipe at roof level. Flex pipe is not permitted within roof support.
When penetrating the roof a rigid galvanized pipe must be used. Attach flex pipe to the rigid pipe with high temperature sealant, secure
with four screws assuring the flex pipe and rigid pipe are secured. Attach rigid pipe to termination with sealant and screw with 4 sheet
metal screws. The Inner flex pipe must be secured with 4 screws which must penetrate both the flex pipe and inner section of
termination. Attach 7” rigid pipe to 7” termination with sealant and screw with 4 sheet metal screws.
Vertical termination clearance is 18" [45.7cm] above the roof, measured from highest point of exit on the roof line.
Support vertical pipes to maintain minimum of one inch or greater clearances to combustibles.
Roof Flashing
Ensure that you have the proper roof flashing by checking your roof pitch using a level and two rulers, or by using a roof pitch card.
Slide a Roof Flashing suitable to your roof slope over the vent. Place the edge of the flashing plate that will be on the higher part of the
roof slope under the shingles. Both the sides and the lower edge lay on top of the shingles.
NOTE: At the top edge of the flashing plate, lift the shingles and nail the plate to the roof deck, then cement the shingles to
the plate with a suitable waterproof mastic.
Ensure that the chimney is plumb. Square up the flashing plate and nail in place to the roof deck. Use 12 nails with neoprene washers
or cover the heads with a suitable waterproof mastic. Wrap the storm collar around the vent above the flashing. Secure the ends
together loosely with nut and bolt supplied. Slide the collar down the vent until it comes in contact with the flashing. Tighten the bolt and
seal the Storm Collar to the vent with a suitable waterproof non-combustible mastic.
The flashing and storm collar should be painted to match the roof shingles. This will extend its life and improve the appearance. Clean,
prime and paint with suitable painting products.
Vertical Venting in Cold Climates
In cold climate conditions where temperatures go below -10 degrees Celsius or 14 degrees Fahrenheit, we recommend that the chase
be insulated and where the vent pipe enters into the attic space that the pipe be wrapped with an insulated Mylar sleeve. This will
increase the temperature of the vent and help the appliance to vent properly in cold weather conditions.
It is also important in vertical vented direct vent appliances that the appliance be operated daily during the winter months as this will
help stop the termination from freezing up.
We recommend using a thermostat set at room temperature to allow the unit to cycle.
For IPI models it may be necessary to set the appliance to Standing Pilot mode to maintain heat in the cavity. The purpose of this
procedure is to prevent cold air from penetrating the chimney and then onto the living space. Therefore, when the internal temperature
is slightly elevated the fireplace is able to freely exhaust its combustion and hence making it easier to startup.
-ALSO SEE DIAGRAMS ON FOLLOWING PAGE-
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-RestrictorRemove for Runs
Under 15 Feet
Clearances in horizontal venting.
Z47VT
43ft
Straight-through roof support configuration; b) Flex bend configuration; c) Termination mounting
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-Glass Safety- All Units
IT IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE
HOME OWNER TO ENSURE THAT
NO ONE TOUCHES A HOT
APPLIANCE.
If the barrier becomes damaged, the barrier
shall be replaced with the manufacturer’s
barrier for this appliance.
Any safety screen, guard, or barrier removed for
servicing the appliance, must be replaced prior
to operating the appliance.
 Children and adults should be alerted to the
hazards of the high surface temperatures of this
appliance and should stay away to avoid
burns or ignition of clothing.
 Do not clean when the glass is hot.
 Young children should be carefully supervised when they are in the same room as the appliance. Toddlers,
young children and others may be susceptible to accidental contact burns.
 A physical barrier is recommended if there are at risk individuals in the house. To restrict access to a fireplace or
stove, install an adjustable safety gate to keep toddlers, young children and other at risk individuals out of the
room and away from hot surfaces.
 Do not leave the fireplace remote control where it is accessible to children.
-Termination Cap Safety- All Units
WARNING:
A HORIZONTAL VENT CERTIFIED GUARD (SAFETY CAGE) IS
AVAILABLE WHEN REQUIRED BY LOCAL CODES.
SAFETY CAGES ARE AVAILABLE FOR ALL HORIZONTAL VENT TERMINATIONS.
CHECK WITH YOUR DEALER.
 TERMINATION CAP IS HOT! Do not place flammable materials on or within 24 inches of termination caps.
 It is imperative that the vent termination be located observing the minimum clearances as shown in manual.
 There must not be any obstruction such as bushes, garden sheds, fences, decks or utility buildings within 24"
from the front of the termination plate.
 Do not locate termination where excessive snow or ice build-up may occur. Be sure to check vent termination
area after snow falls and clear to prevent accidental blockage of venting system. When using snow blowers,
make sure snow is not directed towards vent termination area.
 Venting terminal shall not be recessed into a wall or siding.
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Approved for Power Vent PVH58
The PVH58 Horizontal Power Vent is approved for the following models only:
MDV31, MDV39, MQRB3632, ZDV3622, MQZDV3622, ZDVRB3622, HBZDV3624, HBZDV3628, HBZDV3632,
MQHBZDV3636, HBZDV4224, HBZDV4228, HBZDV4232, MQHBZDV4236, HBZDV4740, MQHBZDV4736,
MQRB4436, MQRB5143, MQRB6961, ZRB46, ZCV3622, ZCVRB3622, ZCV39, ZCV42, MCVP42, MCVST42,
MQZDV3927*, MQZDV4634*, MQZCV48, VRB46
*NOTE: For MQZDV3927 and MQZDV4634, Power Vent Control Module (PVCM) must be placed outside of
Fireplace.
The PVH58 Horizontal Power Vent Termination is intended for use where standard venting
configurations are not possible.
NOTE: MODELS EQUIPPPED WITH MILLIVOLT/ STANDING PILOT IGNITION: Downward vertical vent runs are NOT
permitted.
NOTE: MODELS EQUIPPPED WITH INTERMITTENT PILOT IGNITION:
Downward vertical vent runs are permitted, however, Cold Climate Switch (Standing Pilot Mode) must not be used.
PVH-58 Maximum / Minimum Vent Lengths:
Maximum Vent Length is 125 ft plus six 90° elbows with Air Intake Shutter fully closed. Termination
must not be below unit.
This power vent can be installed up to 3ft below the installed fireplace on runs less than 100ft and not
more than four 90° elbows.
Minimum Vent Length is 3ft horizontal plus minimum vertical rise with Air Intake Shutter fully open.
Refer to your appliance manual for Minimum Vertical Rise before First 90° elbow (Measured from bottom of appliance to
center of vent pipe) to avoid overheating of vent pipe.
Refer to PVH58 Manual for proper installation and use.
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PVH58
Power Vent Parts List
NOTE: THE HARD PIPE VENTING AND ADAPTERS IN THIS SECTION ARE TO BE
USED IN CONJUNCTION WITH A PVH58 POWER VENT ONLY FOR THE VRB46
PART NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
PVH58 HORIZONTAL POWER VENT TERMINATION Listed for Canada and USA
CHOOSE TYPE OF VENTING FOR POWER VENT: OPTION 1 HARD PIPE OR OPTION 2 FLEX PIPE:
OPTION 1: Hard Pipe Used for entire installation (Duravent-DirectVent Pro, etc.) at the fireplace:
(Both adapters will be used one at the fireplace flue, the other at the power vent termination)
ZDVDKA
Duravent Fireplace Adapter
ZDVDIA
Duravent Pipe Increaser (Adapts 4/6-5/8” venting to 5/8”)*
*Allows one to use 4/6 /5/8 Hard Pipe for Installation, then switching to 5/8” Hard Pipe at Power Vent
OPTION 2: Flex Vent used for entire installation:
Z47PVA
Pipe Reducer 8”Sm – 7”Sm, Pipe Reducer 5”Sm – 4”Sm
(Adapts PVH58 and one foot section of 5/8” to accept 4/7” Flex Pipe)*
* NOTE: One 12” section of 5/8” hard pipe must be connected directly to the Power Vent before any adapters
are connected.
Order the appropriate lengths of flex venting (see below).
ZDVFK5
Flex Kit (4” & 7” Dia.) x 2.5’ (Unexpanded) 5’ Expanded
ZDVFK8
Flex Kit (4” & 7” Dia.) x 4’ (Unexpanded) 8’ Expanded
ZDVFK20
Flex Kit (4” & 7” Dia.) x 10’ (Unexpanded) 20’ Expanded
*Kits are complete with spring stand-offs & silicone.
ZDV4FC
Flex Connector 4” Diameter
ZDV7FC
Flex Connector 7” Diameter
ZDV4SS
Spring - Standoff Spacer for Inner Pipe
PVH58 TERMINATION COMPONENT PARTS:
58PVH-230S
Blower Motor and Housing Assembly
58PVH-230F
Blower Motor and Housing Assembly
58PVH-P118
Gasket
58PVH-P9372
Vacuum Switch
58PVH-P119
58PVH-P3211
Silicone Tubing for Vacuum Switch
58PVH-WTA
Wall Thimble Assembly
PVH20H
Main Wiring Harness Assembly – Extension Harness (20ft)
PVC58MV
3/4” K.O. Bushing
Power Vent Control Module – Millivolt Box
58PVH-P124
Double Pole Switch
58PVH-P421
Timer Switch
PVC58IPI
Power Vent Control Module – IPI Box
58PVH-P421
Timer Switch
58PVH-P156
Relay
58PVH-P487
Relay Socket
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VRB46
Parts List
Fireplace Part Numbers
VRB46N
VRB46NE
VRB46LP
VRB46LPE
(Millivolt) Fireplace Heater Rated NG,
Tempered Glass
(IPI) Fireplace Heater Rated NG, Tempered
Glass
(Millivolt) Fireplace Heater Rated LP,
Tempered Glass
(IPI) Fireplace Heater Rated LP, Tempered
Glass
44MQ-200A2
46ZRB-BLPSI
46ZRB-BNGSI
46ZRB-BLPSIE
46ZRB-BNGSIE
Enclosure Grill
Conversion Kit
Promat Facing Kit for VRB46
Accessories
V46EG
Z46PRO4
Enclosure Grill – c/w 3 louver grill (ready to
paint), Outer Trim Grill Mount (ready to
paint), Hidden Frame Grill Mount (Black)
Precut facing kit
Wall Surrounds VRB46
ZRB46S1BL
ZRB46S1SS
ZRB46S2BL
ZRB46S2SS
Surround Trim Kit
(44-5/8”W x 17-7/8”) Black
Surround Trim Kit
(44-5/8”W x 17-7/8”) Stainless Steel
Surround Trim Kit
(50-1/2”W x 22-1/2”) Black
Surround Trim Kit
(50-1/2”W x 22-1/2”) Stainless Steel
VRB46 OPTIONS – MQ DEALER ONLY RBCB1
MQRBD1
MQRBD3
MQSTONE
MQROCK2
MQROCK3
MQEMBER
MQG5W
MQG5A
MQG5C
MQG5B
MQ46D
MQVRB46RLF
Cannonballs- Assorted size and colors
Driftwood/Rocks, 4 ea.
5 Piece Driftwood Log Set
Decorative Stones
Rock Set Natural
Rock Set Multi-Color
Glowing Embers
Decorative Glass 1/2” White
Decorative Ember Glass Cobalt Blue
Decorative Ember Glass - Bronze
Decorative Ember Glass - Black
Driftwood Log Set- 3pcs.
Fluted Liners
FIREPLACE ACCESSORIES OPTIONS
Burner Tube (Series II)
Burner Assembly- Propane c/w Valve
System (VRB46LP)
Burner Assembly- Natural Gas c/w
Valve System (VRB46N)
Burner Assembly- Propane c/w Valve
System (VRB46LPE)
Burner Assembly- Natural Gas c/w
Valve System (VRB46NE)
46ZRB-CKLP
46ZRB-CKNG
46ZRB-CKLPI
46ZRB-CKNGI
LP Conversion Kit for VRB46 Millivolt
NG Conversion Kit for VRB46 Millivolt
LP Conversion Kit for VRB46 IPI
NG Conversion Kit for VRB46 IPI
Z1MT
Thermostat Millivolt Wall Mount
Thermostat Programmable Digital
Millivolt Wall Mount (1F80-40)
Z80PT
Valve System Parts / Millivolt
1000-P136WR
1001-P069SI
1001-P216SI
1001-P165SI
1001-P167SI
1001-P280SI
1001-P633SI
1001-P634SI
1001-P713SI
1001-P714SI
Generator / Thermopile
Electrode Sparker 915.069 TC SIT
Thermocouple 290.216 TC SIT
Orifice Pilot NG 977.165 TC SIT
Orifice Pilot LP 977.167 TC SIT
Tubing 24”
Valve Nova LP Hi/Lo 0820651
Valve Nova NG Hi/Lo 0820652
Pilot Burner LP 199.713 TC SIT
Pilot Burner NG 199.714 TC SIT
GFRC
GTRC
GTMRCN
Remote Control Millivolt / IPI – On/Off
Remote Control Millivolt - Thermostat
Remote Control Millivolt –
Thermostat/Modulating - NG
Remote Control Millivolt –
Thermostat/Modulating - LP
Remote Control Millivolt –
Thermostat/Modulating/Fan - NG
Remote Control Millivolt –
Thermostat/Modulating/Fan - LP
Remote Control / Millivolt
GTMRCP
GTFRCN
GTFRCP
Electronic Ignition/Remote Control IPI
EGTRC
EGTMRCN
Remote Control IPI (Thermostat)
Remote Control IPI
(Thermostat/Modulating - NG)
Remote Control IPI
(Thermostat/Modulating - LP)
Remote Control IPI
(Thermostat/Modulating/Fan - NG)
Remote Control IPI
(Thermostat/Modulating/Fan - LP)
ULK2
Universal Light Kit
ZRB46PL
Porcelain Reflective Liner
Z46FK
EGTFRCN
26IDV-P260
Fan Kit w/Variable Speed Wall Mount
Control (Temperature Sensing)
Blower Motor (Replacement)
ZRB46CSS
Safety Screen Replacement
Electronic Ignition Replacement Parts IPI
Refractory Liners
Fan Kit / Blower
Safety Screens
Door Glass
46ZRB-311
46ZRB-123A
Tempered Glass
Door Latch Assembly
Replacement Burner Assembly / Burner
EGTMRCP
EGTFRCP
1006-P002si
1006-P003si
1002-P047si*
Valve IPI (NG; Hi/Lo)
Valve IPI (LP; Hi/Lo)
Pilot Assembly (LP)
*Longer (35 “) Must be used when
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1002-P033si*
1002-P119si
1002-P910si
1002-P302si
1002-P850si
1002-P12BH
1002-P912si
1001-P166si
1001-P168si
1002-P013si
1002-P012si
1002-P016si
1002-P014si
purchasing complete Pilot
Pilot Assembly (NG)
*Longer (35 “) Must be used when
purchasing complete Pilot
Spark Electrode (35”)
Electrode Flame Sensor (35”)
IPI Ignition Board
AC Wall Adapter
Battery Pack
Wiring Harness
Orifice Pilot (NG)
Orifice Pilot (LP)
Stepper Motor (NG)
Stepper Motor (LP)
Hi/Lo Regulator (NG)
Hi/Lo Regulator (LP)
Miscellaneous Parts
1000-150GE
1000-150MP
1000-214
1000-215
1000-218
1000-227
1000-255
3600-B139
2000-080
1000-306
1000-085
FP15GC
Silicone GE Red IS806 #736
Hi-Temp Millpac Sealant 840099
Piezo-Igniter 1244-17 MARK 21
Pal Nut (18MMXI.5MM)BLK (1364.03)
Switch Ivory (1451/001)
Cover Ivory (86001/001)
Orifice Brass - (State Size)
Explosion felt Gasket
Thermodisc 2450 (For Blower)
Thermalcord - Adhesive Back for Door
Frame
Control Variable Speed KBWC-13BV
Stainless Steel Gas Connector
KINGSMAN FIREPLACE VENTING
ZDVHSK
ZDVHSK5
ZDVHSKSQ
ZDVHSKSQ5
Z47VT
FDVHT
FDVHSQ
Z47ST24
Z47ST36
Horizontal Vent Starter Kit - 3 FT
Length
Horizontal Vent Termination, Wall
Thimble, 36” Flex Pipe, Mill Pac
Horizontal Vent Starter Kit - 5 FT
Length
Horizontal Vent Termination, Wall
Thimble, 60” Flex Pipe, Mill Pac
Horizontal Square Termination Vent
Starter Kit -3 FT Length
Horizontal Vent Termination, Wall
Thimble,
Wall Thimble, 36” Flex Pipe, Mill Pac
Horizontal Square Termination Vent
Starter Kit -5 FT Length
Horizontal Vent Termination, Wall
Thimble,
Wall Thimble, 60” Flex Pipe, Mill Pac
Vertical Vent Termination
Z57STSC
FDVHSCU
ZDVAIS
Z7AIS24
ZDVVOS
ZDVFS
ZDVRS
ZDVWT
ZDVSS
ZDVSSLR
ZDV48GP
ZDVAAF
ZDVAF2
ZDVAF3
ZDV7SC
ZDVFK5
ZDVFK8
ZDVFK20
ZDV4FC
ZDV7FC
ZDV4SS
Safety Cage for Horizontal Snorkel
Termination
Safety Cage for Horizontal Termination
Attic Insulation Shield
Attic Insulation Shield 24”
Offset Support
Firestop Spacer
Roof Support
Wall Thimble (Horizontal Venting)
Siding Shield for FDVHT
Siding Shield - Large Return
Galvanized Pipe 7” Dia. x 48”
(Vertical Installations)
Flashing 7” c/w Storm Collar (1/12 to
7/12)
Flashing 7” c/w Storm Collar (8/12 to
12/12)
Flashing 7” c/w Storm Collar Flat
Storm Collar 7”
Flex Kit (4” & 7” Dia.) x 2.5’
(Unexpanded)
5’ Expanded
Flex Kit (4” & 7” Dia.) x 4’
(Unexpanded)
8’ Expanded
Flex Kit (4” & 7” Dia.) x 10’
(Unexpanded) 20’ Expanded *Kits are
complete with spring stand-offs &
silicone.
Flex Connector 4” Diameter
Flex Connector 7” Diameter
Spring 4” Standoff Spacer
Horizontal Vent Termination
Horizontal Square Termination
Horizontal Snorkel Termination
(24” Tall, 14-1/2” Center to Center)
Horizontal Snorkel Termination
(36” Tall, 26-1/2” Center to Center)
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This Limited Lifetime Warranty applies only while the unit remains at the site of the original installation
and only if the unit is installed inside the continental United States, Alaska, Hawaii, and Canada. The
warranty applies only if the unit is installed and operated in accordance with the printed instructions and
in compliance with applicable installation and building codes and good trade practices.
BASIC ONE YEAR WARRANTY
During the first year after installation, we will provide a replacement for any component part of your unit found to be defective in
materials or workmanship, including labour costs. Repair work requires prior approval by Kingsman, labour costs are based on a
predetermined rate schedule and any repair work must be done through an authorized Kingsman dealer.
(Excluded Components: Accent Light Bulbs, Gasketing and Paint)
LIMITED LIFETIME WARRANTY
The heat exchanger, combustion chamber and burner of every Kingsman product excluding the Outdoor Firepit are warranted against
materials or workmanship during the period the product is owned by the original owner. The part to be replaced must be returned to our
distributor in exchange for the replacement part. Any labor, material, freight and/or handling charges associated with any repair or
replacement pursuant to this Limited Lifetime Warranty will not be covered by this warranty.
GENERAL TERMS
In lieu of providing a replacement part, we may, at our option, provide the distributor's component purchase price from us or a credit
equal to the distributor’s component purchase price from us toward the purchase of any new unit which we distribute. If a credit is given
in lieu of a replacement part, the rating plate from the unit being replaced must be submitted on a warranty claim, and the unit being
replaced must be made available to our distributor for disposition.
In establishing the date of installation for any purpose, including determination of the starting date for the term of this Limited Lifetime
Warranty, reasonable proof of the original installation date must be presented*, otherwise the effective date will be based upon the date
of manufacture plus thirty (30) days.
We will not be responsible for and you, the user, will pay for: (a) damages caused by accident, abuse, negligence, misuse, riot, fire,
flood, or Acts of God (b) damages caused by operating the unit where there is a corrosive atmosphere containing chlorine, fluorine, or
any other damaging chemicals (other than in a normal residential environment) (c) damages caused by any unauthorized alteration or
repair of the unit affecting its stability or performance (d) damages caused by improper matching or application of the unit or the unit's
components (e) damages caused by failing to provide proper maintenance and service to the unit (f) any expenses incurred for
erecting, disconnecting or dismantling the unit (g) parts or supplies used in connection with service or maintenance (h) damage repairs,
inoperation or inefficiency resulting from faulty installation or application (i) electricity or fuel costs or any increase in electricity or fuel
cost whatsoever including additional or unusual use of supplemental electric heat.
We shall not be liable for any incidental, consequential, or special damages or expenses in connection with any use or failure of this
unit. We have not made and do not make any representation or warranty of fitness for a particular use or purpose, and there is no
implied condition of fitness for a particular use or purpose. We make no express warranties except as stated in this Limited Lifetime
Warranty. No one is authorized to change this Limited Lifetime Warranty or to create for us any other obligation or liability in
connections with this unit. Any implied warranties shall last for one year after the original installation. Some states and provinces do not
allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages or do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty or
condition lasts, so the above limitations or exclusions may not apply to you. The provisions of this limited warranty are in additions to
and not a modification of or subtraction from any statutory warranties and other rights and remedies provided by law.
Save this certificate. It gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which may vary from state to state and
province to province.
In the event your unit needs servicing, contact your dealer or contractor who installed or serviced your unit. When requesting service,
please have the model and serial number from each unit readily available. If your dealer needs assistance, the distributor is available
for support and we, in turn support the distributor's efforts.
Fill in the installation date and model and serial numbers of the unit in the space provided below and retain this limited warranty for your
files.
Model No.
Serial No.
Date installed
Dealer or Contractor Name:
*To receive advantage of your warranty, you must retain the original records that can establish the installation date of your unit.
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