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Vermont Casting Indoor Fireplace BFC36 User manual
BFC
Balance Flue
(Closed Combustion)
Heat-Circulating Fireplace
Homeowner’s Installation
and Operating Manual
Model:
BFC36
647
BFC cover
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For use in the U.S. / Canada
Underwriter’s Laboratories
Report No. MH6018
DO NOT DISCARD THIS MANUAL: Retain for future use.
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BFC36 Balance Flue Heat-Circulating Fireplace
Safety Information
Please Read This Manual Before Installing and Using Fireplace
IMPORTANT: Read all instructions and warnings carefully before starting installation. Failure to follow these instructions may result in a possible fire hazard and will void the warranty.
Do not install combustible materials on any of the
Description
black fireplace surround.
Burn only solid wood fuel or gas logs.
The BFC36 fireplace is a solid fuel, woodburning fireplace. The BFC36 is a balanced flue (closed combusThe BFC36 is intended for operation only with the
tion) heat-circulating fireplace which receives outside
doors closed.
combustion air through the chimney system.
Do not install a solid fuel burning insert or other
products not specified for use with this fireplace.
Precautions
WARNING: Check with your electronics manufacturer before installing a television or other electronCFM Corporation fireplaces and component parts have
ic device above this fireplace.
been highly tested and will operate safely when installed in accordance with instructions provided in this
Proposition 65 Warning: Fuels used in gas, woodmanual. Carefully read and understand all instructions
burning
or oil fired appliances, and the products of
before beginning installation.
combustion of such fuels, contain chemicals known
If you notice any damage to fireplace or component
to the State of California to cause cancer, birth departs, immediately report damage to your Vermont
fects and other reproductive harm.
Castings, Majestic Products dealer.
California Health & Safety Code Sec. 25249.6
Only use CFM Corporation components or the warranty
will be voided and a fire hazard may be created.
Drafts
CFM Corporation warranty will be voided by and CFM
Corporation disclaims any responsibility for the following actions:
• Installation of any damaged fireplace or chimney component;
• Modification of fireplace, chimney assembly
or any component parts thereof; (except for
chase flashings as detailed in CFM Corporation
Chimney Top installation instructions).
The fireplace should not be located in areas that create
drafts (ie: frequently opened doors and central heating
air inlets/outlets) that hamper the normal flow of air into
the fire.
Gas Logs
If you plan to install a gas log, the gas line should be
installed before framing the fireplace. The gas line must
be installed by a certified gas line installer.
• Installation other than as instructed by CFM
Corporation; or
• Installation and/or use of any component part
not manufactured or approved by CFM Corporation in combination or assembly with a CFM
Corporation fireplace system, notwithstanding any independent testing laboratory or
other third party approval of such component
parts or accessory.
Any such action may possibly cause a fire hazard.
Consult local building codes to ensure that you are in
compliance before installing the fireplace.
This fireplace and chimney system must be vented to
the out-of-doors.
Do not obstruct or modify air inlets/outlets in any
manner.
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BFC36
Listed
UL127 / ULC-S610
Standard for Factory Built Fireplaces
Unit: WABD3J0
Table of Contents
Safety Information .................................... 2
Specifications and Framing ..................... 3
Parts Identification ................................... 5
Chimney Requirements ........................... 6
Planning Information ................................ 7
Installation ............................................... 8
Replacement Parts ................................. 19
Accessories ........................................... 20
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BFC36 Balanced Flue Heat-Circulating Fireplace
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(624mm)
Rough
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Opening
(197mm)
Depth
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Rough Opening Width 43"
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23"
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11" Dia.
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8" Dia.
(203mm)
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(16mm)Nailing
Flange
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(902mm)
35"
(889mm)
Gas Line
Access
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(246mm) (279mm)
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(829mm)
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36"
(914mm)
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Gas Line
Access
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Fig. 1 BFC36 specifications and framing.
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BFC36 specs
Width
Back
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B
BFC36
Front
A
32¹⁄₂"
(826 mm)
Width
B
20⁷⁄₁₆"
(519 mm)
Depth
C
17³⁄₄"
(451 mm)
C
A
FP1531
Fig. 1a Hearth dimensions.
FP1531
hearth dimensions
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Termination Cap
Storm Collar
Pan Flashing
Batt Insulation
(Cut out around
firestop)
Draftstop
Firestop
Ceiling Level
Standoff
Trim Ledge
Standoff
Surround
Glass Door
Gas Line Access Hole
(Each Side)
Romex Pigtail
Gas Line Access Knockout (Each Side)
Air Inlet
Basket Grate
Bottom Grille
Top Grille and Air Outlet
Metal Safety Strip(s)
Shown not inplace
(1,2 or 3 pieces)
Nailing Flange
FP554c
Fig. 2 Fireplace and chase parts identification.
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FP554a
BFC
Fireplace and chase parts identification
circulating model
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Chimney Requirements - Offset Installations
Offset
CHIMNEY FLUE EXIT
Rise
Chimney
Section
B
D
E
6 FT.
C
G
30°
Offset
Elbow
Rise
Offset
H
30°
Return
Elbow
30°
Offset
Elbow
B
FP282
30˚ Elbow Offsets
MBUF
5/26/96
G
TCS8A
Support
H
Hearth
Floor
Example 1
Example 2
Notes: G + H cannot exceed 20 feet.
Air Space Clearances: = 2” Min. to Combustibles
Illustration Key
Example 3
FP269
FP269
The following safety rules apply to
offset installations (letters correspond
with illustration above):
C. The chimney cannot be more than MBUF
30˚
(45˚ in Canada) from the vertical plane5/16/96
in
rev. 5/25
any installation*.
A. Height of the chimney is measured
from the hearth to the chimney exit.
D. The maximum length of the angled run
of the total chimney system is 20 feet. (G
plus H cannot exceed 20 feet.)
Maximum:
Minimum:
Without Elbows
With 2 Elbows*
With 4 Elbows*
BFC36
50’0”
14’6”
14’6”
21’0”
B. Do not use more than 4 elbows per
chimney.
Attach the straps of the return (top)
elbow to a structural framing member.
The offset (first) elbow of any pair does
not have straps.
E. A chimney support (Model TCS8A)
is required every 6 feet of angled run of
chimney. Chimney supports are required
for every 30 feet and 60 feet of vertical
chimney height above the hearth.
Determine the offset distance of your
chimney arrangement from the centerline
of the fireplace to the centerline of the
chimney where it is to pass through the
first ceiling.
NOTE: This offset distance may not be
your full offset distance. See Examples 2
and 3.
1’ 1¹⁄₂' 3’ 4’
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5
Chimney
Support
Elbow
A
IWF282
30°
Return
Elbow
0
0
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Offset
Rise
3”
8¹⁄₄"
11¹⁄₄"
13¹⁄₂"
16¹⁄₂"
20¹⁄₄"
21³⁄₄"
26¹⁄₄"
28¹⁄₂"
31¹⁄₂"
34¹⁄₂"
37¹⁄₂"
41¹⁄₂"
45"
47¹⁄₄"
51"
53¹⁄₄"
56¹⁄₄"
59¹⁄₄"
62¹⁄₄"
64¹⁄₂"
68¹⁄₄"
70¹⁄₂"
74¹⁄₄"
78"
81"
84"
87"
89¹⁄₄"
93"
95¹⁄₄"
99¹⁄₄"
101¹⁄₄"
104¹⁄₄"
107¹⁄₄"
110¹⁄₄"
114"
117³⁄₄"
120"
123³⁄₄"
11”
20"
25¹⁄₄"
29¹⁄₄"
34¹⁄₄"
40³⁄₄"
43¹⁄₂"
51¹⁄₄"
55¹⁄₄"
60¹⁄₄”
65¹⁄₂"
70³⁄₄"
77³⁄₄"
83³⁄₄"
87¹⁄₂"
94"
98"
103¹⁄₄"
108¹⁄₂"
113¹⁄₂"
117¹⁄₂"
124"
128"
134¹⁄₂"
140³⁄₄"
146"
151¹⁄₄"
156¹⁄₂"
160¹⁄₄"
166³⁄₄"
170³⁄₄"
177³⁄₄"
181³⁄₄"
186¹⁄₄"
191¹⁄₂"
196³⁄₄"
203¹⁄₄"
209³⁄₄"
213¹⁄₂"
220"
Fig. 3 Chimney system requirements.
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Planning Information
Preplanning an installation is very important to ensure
safety and to save time and money. An installer must
predetermine where a fireplace will be set and how the
chimney system will be run.
Mounting the Fireplace
A fireplace may only be mounted on the following surfaces:
1. A flat combustible surface.
2. A raised wooden platform.
3. A concrete block or other solid object placed beneath each of the four (4) corners of the fireplace.
The fireplace must be spaced 1” (25mm) from a combustible back wall and 1/2” (13mm) from a combustible
side wall or support. (Page 13, Fig. 17)
Planning the Chimney Run
LT
L1
L1
TRIPLE
WALL
81
818
83
84
TOTAL INSTALLED
LENGTH LENGTH
(LT)
(L1)
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The Ten Foot Rule
Major U.S. building codes specify a minimum chimney
height above the roof top. The “Ten Foot Rule” is a fire
safety rule and not a draft rule. To ensure proper draft,
it is recommended that you always meet or exceed the
“Ten Foot Rule,” especially when installing a termination
on a high pitch roof. (Fig. 5)
The key points of the “Ten Foot Rule” are:
1. If the horizontal distance from the chimney to the
peak of the roof is 10’ (3m) or less, the top of the
chimney must be at least 2’ (610mm) above the peak
of the roof, but never less than 3’ (914mm) in height
above the highest point where it passes through the
roof.
2. If a horizontal distance from the chimney to the peak
of the roof is more than 10’ (3m), a chimney height
reference point is established on the surface of the
roof a distance of 10’ (3m) from the chimney in a
horizontal plane. The top of the chimney must be
at least 2’ (610mm) above the reference point, but
never less than 3’ (914mm) in height above the highest point where it passes through the roof.
0 To 10'
2' Min.
FP288a
0 To 10'
3'
Min.
Fig. 4 Installed lengths of chimney sections.
Determine how the chimney will be run, length of run
FP288A
and chimney components required to complete
the
MBUF-INSTALLED
LENGTH
wall
job. (Fig. 4) Never install a chimney below Triple
minimum
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heights.
2' Min.
3'
Min.
Reference
Point
AC246
In planning a chimney system, it is important to know:
1. The height of a chimney is measured from the
hearth to the exit point on the termination.
2. A chimney cannot be offset more than 30° from a
vertical plane.
3. A chimney may run straight up or it may be necessary to offset it to avoid obstructions.
4. The maximum length of an angled run (total chimney
system) is 20’ (6m).
5. No more than 2 offsets (4 total 30° elbows in U.S./or
2 total 45° elbows in Canada) per fireplace may be
used.
6. A guy wire stabilizer is required for chimneys extending more than 6’ (1.8m) above a roof line.
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Fig. 5 Ten Foot Rule illustration.
AC246
4/1/96
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Chimney Supports
The chimney system is supported by the fireplace for
vertical chimney heights less than 30’ (9m) above the
hearth. Chimney supports are required if the vertical
height exceeds 30’ (9m). Locate chimney supports
at ceiling holes or other structural framing at 30’ (9m)
heights. Spacing between chimney supports must not
exceed 30’ (9m). Use Chimney Support Model TCS8A.
(NOTE: The TCS8A cannot be mounted directly to
the fireplace.) Support provided by elbow straps fulfills
the support requirement only if they are spaced as previously described. (A chimney support is 2¹⁄₂" (64mm)
long when installed.)
Angled chimney runs require a support every 6’ 1.8m)
in addition to the elbow straps. Chimney supports are
used for this function. (Fig. 6)
Installation
Insulating Fireplace Enclosure
for Cold Climates
If you live in a cold climate, it is not required but
highly recommended that you insulate fireplace
enclosure to eliminate cold air penetration as much
as possible.
Insulate base of fireplace with a noncombustible
insulation rated for a minimum of 300°F. Insulating
is very important for outside wall installations over
a concrete slab. If fireplace is installed on a platform,
insulation should be placed on top of the platform
before fireplace is set. (Fig. 7)
When a fireplace is installed in a chase or on a
outside wall, enclosure should be treated like any
outside wall in a home. Insulation should be installed
on the inside wall as well as the outside wall(s). In
a chase, it is also a good idea to install a firestop at
the first ceiling level above the fireplace and enclose
the chase with sheeting material. Insulation may
then be installed above sheeting material to assure
the space around the fireplace is totally protected.
(Fig. 2)
Chimney Support Strap
When installing the chimney, DO NOT caulk between outer pipe and firestop. It is vital that some air
be allowed to flow through this very thin gap.
TCS8A
FP284a
Fig. 6 Chimney support installation.
CAUTION: When installing a fireplace in an insulated enclosure, be sure all required air spaces
are maintained. (Page 13, Fig. 17)
Chase Installation
A chase is a vertical box-like structure which encloses
FP284a
the fireplace and/or chimney. Chases are typically built
TCS8Acut
on the outside of the house with fireplace opening
into the outer wall of a room. (Page 4, Fig.8/21/00
2)
If you need help in determining fireplace location or how
the chimney system should be run, contact your Vermont Castings, Majestic Products dealer for assistance.
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BFC36 Balance Flue Heat-Circulating Fireplace
Hard Flat
Surface
NOTE: Check local building codes to determine if
junction box is required at the romex pigtail/house wire
connection Also check junction box and speed control
(SCVS) installation instructions.
The Model FKSX-A blower assembly is preinstalled in
the BFC36.
Fireplace Electrical
Coverplate
Romex Pigtail
(Provided)
Wire Nuts
(Not provided)
Insulation
Black
Platform
Ground
White
FPC555a
FP1062
Fig. 7 Insulating between platform and fireplace.
Framing FPC555a
Framing can be constructed beforePlatform
or after the
fireplace
insulation
is set in place, however, most installers
build
the
BFC model frame
before setting the fireplace.
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Frame fireplace with 2 x 4 lumber or heavier materials. Refer to framing dimensions in Figure 1 for basic
fireplace specifications.
NOTE: Framing should be positioned to accommodate
wall covering and fireplace facing material.
Installing Electrical Wire
The fan requires 120VAC, 60 Hz power which may be
connected to the right side of the fireplace using the
romex pigtail provided with teh unit. This power must
be completed before the fireplace is secured and finish
material applied.
1. Attach the white wire from house power to the white
wire of the romex pigtail and secure with a wire nut.
2. Attach the black wire from the house power to the
black wire of the romex pigtail and secure with a
wire nut.
3. Attach the ground wire from house power to the
ground wire of the romex pigtail and secure with a
wire nut. (Fig. 8)
IMPORTANT: The wire nuts must be tight.
8
House
Wiring
(120V
60Hz)
Fig. 8 Wiring diagram.
Chimney Set-up
FP1062
romex pigtail
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Since you have already preplanned the chimney run,
you should know exactly how the installation is to
be accomplished — how much pipe is required, the
number of elbows, if any, and type of termination to be
used.
CAUTION: REPORT TO YOUR DEALERS ANY
PARTS DAMAGED IN SHIPMENT, SPECIFICALLY
CHECK THE END CONNECTION OF CHIMNEY SECTIONS AND ELBOWS.
NOTE: The BFC36 fireplace must use CFM Corporation Model triple wall 8” chimney components only. The
installation procedure described in this manual applies
only to this system.
Straight-Up Chimney Installation
To mark the centerline of the flue, put the fireplace in
final position and measure out from the wall: 8³⁄₄" (222
mm). Mark a spot on the ceiling directly above the fireplace. Draw a line parallel to the back wall through this
mark. (Fig. 9)
Using a plumb bob positioned directly over center point
of fireplace flue collar, mark the ceiling to establish the
chimney center point. (Fig. 9)
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Ceiling Chimney Hole/
Possible Obstructions
Chimney Centerline
Actual Centerpoint
The size of the hole in ceiling will vary with the angle at
which the chimney passes through ceiling.
Drive a nail up through ceiling at marked chimney center point. Go to floor above and see where hole will be
cut. Check to see where existing ceiling joists and other
possible obstructions are located...i.e. wiring, plumbing
etc... If necessary, re-position chimney and/or fireplace
to avoid obstructions.
8���"
(222mm)
Cutting the Hole
Plumb Line
Cover fireplace collar opening and cut proper sized
chimney hole in chimney.
Plumb Bob
Imaginary Centerpoint
Framing the Ceiling Hole
Frame the ceiling chimney hole as shown in Figure
10. It is good practice to use framing lumber that is the
same size as the ceiling joists; this is a requirement at
attic level.
Existing
Ceiling
Joists
17¹⁄₂”
(445mm)
17¹⁄₂”
(445mm)
Chimney
Hole
FPC556a
Fig. 9 Locate centerline of chimney with plumb line.
Offset Installation
In order to clear an obstruction, it may be necessary to
offset chimney from vertical. This is accomplished by
using elbows. Use the 30° Offset Elbow table on Page
5 to determine proper offset and parts required.
FPC556a
Each offset requires two (2) elbows.
BFC36The second elbow
is equipped with support straps.LOCATE
It is very
important
CENTER
LINEto
install the second elbow in eachCirculating
offset as model
close to the
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ceiling or support as possible so
that thedjtelbow straps
can be secured to framing members to help support the
weight of the chimney.
Determine offset distance of your chimney arrangement
from centerline of fireplace to centerline of chimney
where it is to pass through ceiling.
Locate center point of the chimney on ceiling as though
a straight up chimney arrangement is to be used. Measure your offset dimension from straight up chimney
center point on ceiling.
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New
Framing
Members
Ceiling
FP551b
Fig. 10 Typical frame for ceiling chimney hole.
FP551b
The following table gives17
firestop
1/2" spacer model numbers:
Framing chimney hole
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Chimney
Hole Size
Angle of Chimney
at Ceiling
Size of Chimney
Vertical
30°
FS2A
FS6A
8” Flue
17¹⁄₂” x 17¹⁄₂”
17⁷⁄₈” x 29⁵⁄₈”
(445 x 445mm) (454 x 753mm)
Fig. 11 Ceiling chimney hole sizes necessary for installing
firestop spacer.
The inside dimension of the frame must be the same
as the hole size selected from Figure 11 in order to
provide required the 2” (51mm) air space between the
outside diameter of the chimney and the edges of the
framed ceiling hole.
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BFC36 Balance Flue Heat-Circulating Fireplace
Positioning, Safety Strips,
Securing the Fireplace
Slide fireplace into position.
Lift the fireplace front slightly and slide the metal safety
strips under front bottom edge about 1¹⁄₂” (38mm), allowing the remainder to extend in front of firebox. Overlap strips at least 1/2” (13mm) to provide a positive joint.
(Flat safety strips are packed with fireplace.) (Fig. 12)
Metal Safety Strips
(1,2 or 3 pcs.)
Safety strips are used to ensure that any combustible
materials in front of the fireplace are protected even
though a non-combustible hearth extension is required.
If fireplace is to be elevated above the floor, a “Z”
shaped metal safety strip must be fabricated and used
to protect combustible surfaces in front of the fireplace.
This “Z” shaped safety strip is not provided but must be
fabricated of metal with each horizontal leg at least 1¹⁄₂”
(38mm) wide and equal in length to the metals strips
provided with the fireplace.
NOTE: Safety strips are not required over non-combustible floors where all supports at the base of the
fireplace are noncombustible.
Fireplace
1¹⁄₂”
(38mm)
¹⁄₂” (13mm)
Min. Overlap Platform
“Z” Safety
Strip
(not supplied)
Hearth Ext.
FP557b
Fig. 12 Safety strip installation.
WF557
BRNail Top
Standoffs
11/10/97
Four (4) nailing flanges are supplied with the fireplace
(found on the fireplace hearth). To level the box and
secure it firmly in place, remove the nailing flanges from
the hearth and install at the sides of the fireplace as
shown in Figure 13.
Nail SideNailing
Flanges
FPC549a
Fig. 13 Fasten fireplace in position.
FPC549a
BFC
Nail flange/standoff
circulating models
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Installing the
Chimney System
Pipe Section
Start by attaching the first chimney section to the collar
on top of the fireplace.
Pipe
Rim
UP
Hem
Install the pipe as pictured in Figure 14. When you
get a good lock, you will hear the pipe clearly snap
together. Once sections are snap-locked in place, it is
extremely difficult to get them apart. Make sure the
pipe is firmly snapped and locked together as each
pipe section is mounted.
Lance
Pipe
Hem
When installing elbows, only outer pipe will snaplock. Middle pipes simply slide into position. Be sure
to always attach straps on upper elbow to a structural
framing member. (Fig. 15)
Continue installing the pipe as required until pipe is
installed up through the ceiling. At this point, you must
install a firestop spacer.
Installing the Firestop Spacer
in the Ceiling Hole
FPC558a
Fig. 14 Install pipe, listening for the snap-lock to fasten.
Elbow Strap
Support Structure
A firestop spacer is used to keep pipe spaced properly
and required for safety.
Nail the firestop spacer (at each corner) to the framing
members of the ceiling hole. NOTE: A firestop spacer
is not required at the roof.
Hole sizes listed in Figure 11 for angled firestop spacers provide minimum required air space to chimney
pipe for ceiling thickness up to 8” (203mm). When
combined thickness of ceiling material, ceiling joists
and flooring material exceeds 8” (203mm), adjustments
must be made in framing to assure that minimum air
spaces to chimney are maintained.
Proper Firestop Spacer Installation
Figure 16 shows different installation procedures for
both an area that is an attic and an area that is not an
attic.
If the area above the ceiling is not an attic, position
the firestop spacer with the
flange on the ceiling side
and the angled portion extending up into the hole.
Attic Installation
Elbow Strap
(must be tight)
FPC558a
BFC
Pipe install
Circulating models
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Ceiling
Hole Framing
Angled Firestop
Chimney Support Strap
(must be tight)
FP270/271
Fig. 15 Attach straps to a structural framing
member.
FP270/271
CR Series
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Ceiling Installation
Nails (4)
Joist
Firestop
Spacer
If the area above the ceiling
is an attic, position the firestop spacer with the flange
on the top of the framed
hole and the angled portion
extending down into the
hole.
Firestop
Spacer
Joist
Nails (4)
FP593
Fig. 16 Installing firestop spacer.
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Firestop spacers are not available for, nor are they
required on vertical walls.
DO NOT put any sealant around the area where the
outer pipe slides through the firestop spacer. If you
seal this area, it may cause a fire hazard.
If you encounter additional ceilings, repeat same steps
required for first ceiling installation. See firestop illustration in Page 11, Figure 16.
Penetrating the Roof
Canadian Requirements
for Insulation Shield
In Canada, an attic insulation shield is required to prevent attic insulation from contacting the chimney section. Framing dimensions for the chimney hole should
measure 17¹⁄₂” x 17¹⁄₂” (445 x 445mm). An attic shield
MUST be installed on top of attic joists (above the floor
level). (Fig. 17)
Run pipe to roofline. Since chimney system must be
vented to the out-of-doors, you must use an approved
CFM Corporation termination.
If a chase is used, refer to the installation manual provided with the termination cap.
Locate Chimney Centerpoint On Roof
Use same procedure detailed in locating center point of
the flue system.
Drive a nail up through roof at the center point. This will
determine center point on outside of the roof.
Attic Insulation Shield
Nails
(4 required)
Attic Joist
Ceiling
Base Flanges
FP263
Fig. 17 Attic shield installation (Canadian requirement).
Continue Installing Pipe to Complete Run
IGF263
Continue attaching pipe sections
MBUF to complete system
to next level always being5/9/96
careful that the pipe is firmly
snap-locked in place before proceeding to next pipe
section.
Chimney Supports
If chimney supports are required, they are installed the
same as elbows. Nail chimney support straps to adjacent structural framing, as shown on Page 8, Figure
9. Bend straps as necessary and make sure they are
secure so they will support the weight of the chimney.
A chimney support is 2¹⁄₂" (64mm) long when installed.
Consider this dimension when determining how many
straight chimney sections are needed.
NOTE: Chimney supports are generally used in long
runs in a chase installation.
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Additional Ceilings
Cut and Frame Roof Hole
Size of roof hole varies with the type of chimney termination installed. Refer to installation instructions provided with CFM Corporation chimney termination to find
correct size of roof hole.
There must be a 1¹⁄₂” (38mm) air space between outermost portion of chimney sections and any adjacent
combustible surfaces. (Combustible surfaces include
burnable materials such as: ceiling members, joists,
flooring, combustible insulation and roof structures.)
WARNING: Do not pack required air spaces with
insulation or other materials.
Mark an outline of the roof hole around the center of the
point nail. NOTE: Hole dimensions given in the chimney top installation instructions are horizontal dimensions; therefore, the hole size must be marked on the
roof accordingly.
Cover the opening of the installed chimney so debris
cannot get into the system.
Cut and frame the hole. It is good practice to use framing lumber that is the same size as the rafters. Install
the frame securely because the chimney top and flashing anchored to the frame must be able to withstand
heavy winds.
Install Remainder of Chimney Sections
Since you have already preplanned the height of your
termination according to the Ten Foot Rule, continue to
install pipe to the predetermined height.
Check the chimney top installation instructions for
details on how high above the roof top the chimney sections (all pipes) should extend.
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Installing Top Housing
or Termination
Air Space Clearances
Follow the installation instructions provided with the
CFM Corporation chimney termination you have selected.
Combustible framing material MUST NOT
penetrate AIR SPACE (shaded areas).
Installing Chimney in a Chase
Refer to Page 4, Figure 2 for an illustration of a typical
chase installation.
CAUTION: Treatment of firestop spacers and construction of chase may vary with type of building. These
instructions are not a substitute for local building codes.
You must check your local building codes to determine
specific requirements for your city or state. NOTE:
Other building materials may be required in addition to
firestop spacers.
2”
Standoff
¹⁄₂” air space to
sides
FRONT VIEW
Finishing
SIDE VIEW
Firestop
CAUTION: All joints between the finished wall and the
fireplace surround (top/sides) must be sealed with noncombustible material to prevent cold air leakage into
the room. Only noncombustible material may be applied
to the facing of the fireplace surround. (Black painted
area) (Fig. 18)
Wall
Shield
1” Air
Space to
Back
Finish Wall
Finish the wall with material of your choice. Do not
install a combustible mantel shelf less than 12”
(305mm) above the grille opening. Do not install a
mantel face plate less than 6” (159mm) from top of
grille opening. (Fig. 20) If a combustible material is
used below a flat mantel shelf, consult your local building codes for minimum clearance from top of fireplace
opening to bottom of mantel shelf.
All joints (top, bottom and sides) where wall or decorative facing material meets fireplace surround must
be completely sealed with a noncombustible material.
(Figures 19 and 20)
NOTE: No side wall protection is required for fireplaces
installed at 45° to two (2) side walls (corner installation).
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¹⁄₂” Air
Space to
Sides
Only noncombustible material
may be applied as
facing to the black
fireplace surround.
0” Clearance to
Floor
Hearth Extension
FPC559a
Fig. 18 Minimum clearances to combustibles.
FPC559a
BFC
AIR SPACES
circulating mode
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Combustible
Mantel Shelf
and Trim
12"
(305mm)
Max.
Finished Wall
1¹⁄₂"
(38mm)
Stud
12" (305mm)
Min.
Standoff
6"
(159mm)
Min.
Noncombustible
Material
Circulating
Front
Fireplace Opening
Side View
¹⁄₂"
2 x 4 Stud
Finished Wall
Fireplace
Front
Must be sealed with noncombustible material
FP531b
Fig. 19 Mantel clearance.
FP531b
mantel clearances
9/03 djt
Face Plate
*
C
1¹⁄₂"
Ref.
* 12” from top of grille opening.
** 6” from top of grille opening.
B
**
Combustible materials are
permitted within a shaded area
shown in Figure 21 titled
Minimum Wall Clearances.
MA81
Fig. 20 Combustible mantel clearances.
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Side Wall Protection
Hearth Installation
Adjacent combustible side walls that are within minimum dimensions shown in Figure 24 of the fireplace
opening must be protected with CFM Corporation Wall
Shield Model SP40 or a specifically built wall shield
described in Figure 18.
A hearth extension is required to protect a combustible
floor in front of the fireplace. Refer to Figure 21 for minimum dimensions and mounting detail.
The special wall shield design described in Figure 18 is
an alternate method of adding protection to side walls
and can be used in place of the SP40 with the same
wall clearances specified for the SP40. Rt must =1.85
minimum.
The hearth extension described in Figure 21 must be
a durable non-combustible material with a minimum
(total) Rt value of 1.09; refer to Figure 22 for examples.
The overall height (above a combustible floor), depth
and width must be as indicated, with the extension centered to the fireplace opening.
Note: Hearth Extension must not cover the air inlet
opening of a fireplace.
Examples of wall shield insulation:
1. Manville - CERAFORM 126, K=.27,
1/2 inches thick
The top of insulation must be covered with a non-combustible decorative covering or a piece of .018” minimum sheet metal, to protect hearth extension material.
(Fig. 21)
2. EH2416, K = .458,
1 inch thick required.
Secure the hearth extension to the floor to prevent
shifting, using trim molding or other similar means at
three (3) outer edges. Seal crack between the fireplace
hearth and hearth extension with a non-combustible
material. (Figs. 21 and 23)
Minimum Hearth Extension Dimensions
Minimum Wall Clearances
WITH
Noncombustible
Surround Facing
WITHOUT
Noncombustible
Surround Facing
Shaded area
starts 1/2" from
away from edge
of unit
4"
4" Brick
(Example material)
E
C**
Side
Wall
(for On-Site Construction)
Firebox
Opening
F**
E
D
A - Min. clearance
to combustible
perpendicular wall
Side
B - Min. clearance
Wall
to combustible
perpendicular wall when
using noncombustible wall shield*
Combustible material permitted within shaded area.
* Noncombustible wall shield requires 1" EH2416
insulation (minimum R Value = 1.85) between decorative
noncombustible rigid covering and combustible wall.
Minimum height and width is 40" x 40".
** Dimension/degree of angle will vary depending on thickness
of noncombustible surround facing.
BFC36
A
26”
660mm
B
12”
305mm
C
17°
D
25°
H
G
G
J
May install
noncombustible
decorative
covering
OR .018" min.
sheet metal
Seal cracks
between the
fireplace
and hearth
extension with
noncombustible
material
Fireplace
Hearth
4" MIN.
Combustible
Floor
E
12”
3085mm
Minimum
Insulation
Value "R"
Safety strips
must overlap
���" minimum
F
G
H
J
8”
8”
18”
47¹⁄₄”
203mm 203mm 457mm 1200mm
FP594b
Fig. 21 Combustible side wall protection and hearth extension dimensions.
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WARNING: Hearth extension must be installed in
accordance with Figure 23 and must not cover the
bottom front opening of the circulating model.
Alternate noncombustible materials may be used providing the (total) thermal resistance (Rt value) of the alternate material employed is greater than or equal to R
= 1.09 Thermal resistance (R) or thermal conductivity
(K), may be obtained from manufacturer of the material.
Factors are related by the formula K = 1/R. (Fig. 24)
T = given thickness
R = thermal resistance for a given thickness (T)
K = thermal conductivity
Noncombustible material with a lower R value may
be used, provided thickness of material is sufficiently
greater to maintain an equivalent (total) thermal resistance (Rt).
Wall Covering
Side View
Noncombustible
Decorative Facing
2 x 4” Header
- Do not notch at
standoffs
Seal all cracks
between fireplace
surround and wall
materials with noncombustible material.
Noncombustible Decorative
Covering
Hearth Extension Insulation
COMMON MATERIALS AND FACTORS
MATERIAL
EH2416
(CFM Corporation)
K*
R
0.458 1.09
MINIMUM
THICKNESS
Safety Strips Must be overlapped 1/2”
minimum
FP550
0.50 in.**
Seal crack between
fireplace and hearth
extension with noncombustible material
Fig. 23 Sealing gaps.
Common Brick 5.0
0.10
Install Door FP550
Handles
5.46 in.**
BR/BC - SEALING
1. Remove the door handle stubs
from the plastic bag.
DETAILS
9/29/97
2. Remove the large locking nut
from right door handle
stub shaft. (Fig. 24)
R Value is for 1/2 inch.
* Units of K = BTU/SQ FT/HR/˚F/IN
** Thickness of Listed Material
FP533ADD
Pawl
Fig. 22 Hearth extension material factors.
Example of Determining
Hearth Extension
FP533ADD
Addendum
Equivalents
6/1/99 djt
8/4/99 required
changed .2
.1 new mateTo determine the thickness
fortoany
one inch to 1/2 inch djt
rial:
NEW
required
thickness
K of new material (per inch)
= --------------------------------------- X
K of listed material (per inch)
Washer
Handle
Shaft
thickness
of listed
material
Example for Common Brick
T (new) = 5.0/0.458 x 0.50 in. = 5.46 in. (new required
thickness).
Handle
Stub
Large
Locking
Nut
Set
Screw
Spacer
FP1595
Fig. 24 Right door handle stub parts.
3. Using 1/8” Allen wrench loosen the set screw and
remove the pawl, spacer and washer.
4. Insert handle shaft through handle opening in right
door.
5. With the handle pointing down and the flat side of
the threaded shaft facing up, replace the washer,
spacer and pawl. Be sure the door adjustment portion of the pawl is on the left side of the handle stub.
Secure with large locking nut. Tighten set screw
FP1595
Door Pawl parts
11/05
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making sure the flat side of the threaded shaft is facing up and handle stub is pointing down. (Fig. 25)
Steel Handle
Fallaway
Handle
FP1584
Fig. 27 Insert fallaway handle into steel handle.
Glass Door Operation
FP1594
Fig. 25 Right handle stub in place.
6. Remove small locking nut from left door handle stub
shaft.
7. Insert handle shaft through handle opening in left
door. Secure with small locking nut.
8. Close the left door. To close the right door, turn the
right handle stub to the right and up. Close the door
and turn the handle stub to the left and down to
secure door. (Fig. 26)
ST1594
Door Pawl
11/05
The BFC36 is intended for use only with the doors fully
closed. (Fig. 28)
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Correct
Wrong
KT108b
Fig. 28 Correct door position.
Left Handle is
Stationary
Glass Door Operation
KT108b
The BFC36 is intended for use only
with the doors fully
BFC
closed. (Fig. 28)
Correct door position
8/23/00
Installing Line for Gas
Logsdjt
Turn Counterclockwise to
Open
FP1596
Fig. 26 Turn right door handle counterclockwise to open.
Finish Glass Doors
The fallaway handles are used to open and close the
front doors. The fallaway handles may be removed
after each use or may be left in place. CAUTION: If the
handles are left in place during operation, they may
become hot. (Fig. 27)
Adjust door alignment by loosening the phillips head
screws which secure the door hinges to the door.
Adjusting one hinge while leaving the other tight will
serve to rotate the inner edge up or down. Adjusting
both hinges at the same time allows the door to adjust
side-to-side.
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CFM Corporation fireplaces are designed to accept a
1/2” (13mm) gas line for installation of an approved gas
appliance. (CFM Corporation manufactures a wide variety of gas logs for use in CFM Corporation fireplaces.)
Be sure to have the appliance installed in accordance
with building codes.
Gas connection may enter from either left or right side
of the fireplace.
Locate appropriate gas line in the outer casing of fireplace and remove insulation from gas line tube. (Fig.
29)
From inside the fireplace, locate the knockout on the
firebrick -- be sure you are on the appropriate or “gas
line” side of the fireplace. Using a flat bladed screwdriver or small chisel and hammer, carefully tap around
the knockout until it loosens and falls out.
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BFC36 Balance Flue Heat-Circulating Fireplace
Install 1/2” (13mm) certified gas pipe through opening.
After gas pipe installation is complete, use insulation
that was removed from gas line tube to repack space
around the pipe. Material should be inserted from
outside of the fireplace and packed tightly to totally seal
between the pipe and tube.
Note: Gas pipe should not come in contact with
any wood structures until it has reached a point at
least 1” (25mm) away from fireplace side.
Hole in Outer Casing
Gas Line
Tube
Decorative gas appliance should be installed in accordance with the National Fuel Gas Code, ANSI Z223.1/
NFPA 54 (latest edition).
CAUTION: When using decorative gas
appliance, flue damper must be set in fully
open position. Glass doors on the fireplace
must also be fully opened.
1"
Min.
Supply
Line
Ceramic
Knockout
Repack Insulation
1/2"
BTU input of a gas appliance installed in fireplace
should be rated less than 100,000 BTU/Hr.
Gas pipe installation is intended for connection to a
decorative gas appliance only when (1.) incorporating
an automatic shutoff device and (2.) complying with the
Standard for Decorative Gas Appliances for Installation in Vented Fireplaces (ANSI Z21.60) or CSA draft
requirements for Gas-Fired Log Lighters for Woodburning Fireplaces (Draft No. 4, August 1993).
Fireplace Top View
Hole in
Outer Casing
Ceramic Knockout
(both sides)
FP560a
Fig. 29 Gas line access.
FP560a
BFC
Gas line knockout
8/00
WARNING: Do not operate an unvented gas
log set in this fireplace with the chimney
removed.
WARNING: When installing an unvented
gas log set, the model AH3244BK or
AH3244PB 4” adjustable hood must be
used.
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24
2
6
25, 26
21, 22,
23
27
20
27
8
10
9
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14
5
15
7
12
11
13
18
16
17
19
CFM Corporation reserves the right to make changes in design, materials, specifications, prices and discontinue colors and products at any time,
without notice.
BFC Balanced Flue Fireplace
Ref.
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2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
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Description
Top Grille - Painted
Bottom Grille - Painted
Grate Assembly
Left Door Assembly (Complete)
Right Door Assembly (Complete)
Rear Firebrick
Side Firebrick (two per fireplace)
Hearth Firebrick
Nailing Flange (four per fireplace)
Fiberglas Rope Gasket (Outer Collar)
Top Refractory
Front Brick Retainer
Cable Clip (For Blower Assembly)
Plug Button (two per fireplace)
Door Gasket
Ceramic Glass Panel (two per fireplace)
Blower Assembly - FKSX-A
Grate Retainer
Junction Box Assembly
Front Handle w/Shaft 1/8” Nickel
Pawl Assy.
3/8” Washer
Nut, Hex 3/8-16 Std.
Damper Steel Handle w/Screw
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BFC parts
8/24/00 djt
BFC36
3126160
3126160
7579218
20008275
20008276
2353145
2353146
2353140
2422198
7547137
2353147
2353163
7522241
7522239
20009567
20009694
3167900
2353179
3126161
5004245
5004025
20005980
1203161
5004265
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BFC Balanced Flue Fireplace
Ref.
25.
26.
27.
20
Description
Stud 3/8-16 x 1⁵⁄₈”
Nut Hex Jam 3/8-16 Toplk
Black Fall Away Handle
(continued)
BFC36
20009776
1203290
20006382
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Accessories
The following accessories for this appliance are available from your local Vermont Castings, Majestic Products distributor. Should you need additional information beyond what your distributor can furnish, contact: CFM Corporation,
2695 Meadowvale Blvd., Mississauga, Ontario, Canada L5N 8A3, Attn: Technical Services.
CAUTION: This fireplace and chimney assembly is a highly engineered system, and, as such, must be operated only with CFM Corporation approved components. If you use an unapproved component to make any
modifications, you may create a possible fire hazard and will void the CFM Corporation warranty. In addition,
such action may void the coverage provided by the owner’s insurance.
Accessory
Hearth Extension Insulation
Grate for BR/BC36/42
Hearth Patch Compound
Description
Provides hearth extension floor protection
Holds firewood in firebox
Patch cracks in hearth
Model Number
EH2416
RBG-BFC36
HPC-1
See your Majestic Fireplaces distributor or dealer
for finishing Marble and Mantels, available in a
wide selection of styles.
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Chimney Components
Component
Description
Model Number
Chimney Support
Used to support chimney for each of
30’ vertical height and 6’ of angled chimney run
Required at each floor level and attic on
multi-story installation
Required in Canada
Top housing of simulated brick pattern
available in red, tan or white. Appropriate
adapter is required (8CA). Flashing included.
TCS8A
(8” flue)
FS2A (8” straight flue)
FS6A (8” 30° inclined flue)
FS2100HT
T20B
(single flue)
TL20B
(extra tall single flue)
202036
(single flue)
Firestop
Attic Insulation Shield
Traditional Top Housing
Housing Extension
Contemporary Chase Top
Termination
Chase Top Housing
Extends Traditional Top Housing on
steep pitched roofs
Used to terminate chimney at the top of a
chase. Flashing is not included.
Adapter Kit (TT8CB) is required.
Used with chase terminations to prevent rain entry.
Contemporary Flashing
Required for Contemporary Round Top
termination to prevent rain entry.
Chimney Sections
Used to build chimney systems.
Chimney Elbows
Round Top Termination
Extended Round Top Chase
Termination
Adapter Kit
Adapter Kit
22
Used to develop offset chimney systems.
Only 30° elbows are available. (Elbows
packed 2 per carton - upper and lower
elbow set.)
Used to terminate chimney on the roof.
Flashing not included.
Used to terminate chimney at the top of a
chase. Adapter Kit included. Flashing not
included.
Required to connect triple-wall chimney
with Traditional Top Housing (T20B or TL20B)
Required to unite chimney with
Contemporary Chase Top. (TT200C)
TT200C
FL88
(8” flue)
8-6-12 with 8” flue
0 to 6/12 pitch
8-12-12 with 8” flue
(6/12 to 12/12 pitch)
8” flue
81 (1’ long)
818 (1¹⁄₂’ long)
83 (3’ long)
84 (4’ long)
830A-2
(8” 30° flue)
RT8C
(8” flue)
RT8CL
(8” flue)
8CA
(8” flue)
TT8CB
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LIMITED WARRANTY & 30 YEAR PROTECTION PLAN
For MAJESTIC FIREPLACES® PRE-ENGINEERED Fireplace Systems
CFM Corporation warrants its Pre-Engineered Fireplace
(“Fireplace”) and the CFM Corporation-supplied firegrate, glass
doors, outside air system, fan motor, and liners to be free from
defects in material or workmanship, as follows:
A. Fireplace and Chimney Components: (exclusive of CFM
Corporation-supplied firegrate, glass doors, outside air system, fan motor, and liners all of which are covered by separate
warranties under paragraphs B through D below): At its option
for a period of thirty (30) years from the date the Fireplace is
installed, CFM Corporation either will;
(1) For a period of five (5) years from the date the Fireplace is
installed, CFM Corporation, at its option, will repair or replace
any defective part without charge.
(2) Thereafter, through the 10th year after the date the Fireplace
is installed, if replacement parts are available, CFM Corporation
will provide a replacement for any defective part without charge
for the part itself. The consumer must pay for everything else
other than the part.
(3) Thereafter, through the 30th year after the date the Fireplace
is installed, if replacement parts are available, CFM Corporation
will provide a replacement for any defective part at a cost to the
consumer of CFM Corporation then current list price, FOB CFM
Corporation factory.
B. Firegrate, Glass Doors, Outside Air System:
For a period of 90 days from the date the Fireplace is installed
CFM Corporation, at its option, will provide a replacement for
any defective part, without charge for the part itself, FOB CFM
Corporation factory, (The consumer must pay for everything
else other than the part,).
C. Fan Motor:
(1) For a period of one (1) year from the date the Fireplace is
installed, CFM Corporation, at its option, will repair or replace
any defective part without charge.
(2) Thereafter, through the 30th year after the date the Fireplace
is installed CFM Corporation, at its option, if replacement parts
are available, will provide a replacement for any defective part
at a cost to the consumer of CFM Corporation then current list
price, FOB CFM Corporation factory.
D. Liners (Refractory or Metal):
(1) For a period of two (2) years from the date the Fireplace is
installed, CFM Corporation, at its option, will repair or replace
any defective part without charge.
(2) Thereafter, through the 30th year after the date the Fireplace
is installed CFM Corporation, at its option, if replacement parts
are available, will provide a replacement for any defective part
at a cost to the consumer of CFM Corporation then current list
price, FOB CFM Corporation factory.
This warranty is subject to the following conditions and limitations:
(1) This warranty is extended only to a Fireplace installed in the
continental United States, the state of Alaska and Canada; only
if and so long as the Fireplace is installed according to the installation instructions furnished with the Fireplace, and operated
at all times under normal conditions, use and service accord-
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ing to the operative instructions furnished with the Fireplace,
and only if and so long as the Fireplace is not removed from its
original installation.
(2) This warranty is non-transferrable, and is made to the original owner, provided that the purchase was made through an
authorized supplier of the Company.
(3) The sole and exclusive remedies for breach of any warranties hereunder shall be for the repair, replacement or provision
of a replacement part at CFM Corporation then current list
price, FOB CFM Corporation factory, for any defective part as
specified in paragraphs A through D.
(4)CFM Corporation shall not be liable for damage from any
smoking of a Vermont Castings, Majestic Products Pre-Engineered Fireplace System related to environmental geographic
conditions (such as, for example, nearby structures or roof
peaks, trees, hills, or mountains), inadequate ventilation, or
negative air pressure in the place where the Fireplace system
is installed, related to any mechanical system (such as, for
example, furnaces, fans, air conditioners, clothes dryers, etc.)
(5) Except as otherwise expressly specified in paragraphs A
through D, NONE OF THESE WARRANTIES COVER, AND
CFM CORPORATION SHALL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE FOR,
ANY CONSTRUCTION, INSTALLATION, LABOR, TRANSPORTATION OR OTHER COSTS OR EXPENSES ARISING
FROM A DEFECTIVE PART, ITS REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT
OR OTHERWISE, NOR SHALL CFM CORPORATION IN ANY
EVENT BE RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL
OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES EXCEPT TO THE EXTENT
REQUIRED BY LAW. Some states do not allow the exclusion
or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so this
exclusion or limitation may not apply to you.
NO IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING THE IMPLIED
WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A
PARTICULAR PURPOSE, SHALL REMAIN IN EFFECT AFTER
THE EXPIRATION OF THE WARRANTIES SET FORTH IN
PARAGRAPHS A THROUGH D. Some states do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts, so this limitation
may not apply to you.
In order to obtain performance of any of the above warranty
obligations write to CFM Corporation at this address:
CFM Corporation
2695 Meadowvale Blvd.
Mississauga, Ontario, Canada L5N 8A3
Attention: Director of Warranty Services
Since local building requirements may vary greatly throughout the country, users of CFM Corporation products should
determine in advance whether there are any building code
restrictions on the use of a specific product. CFM CORPORATION MAKES NO REPRESENTATION OR WARRANTY
REGARDING, AND SHALL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE FOR, ANY
BUILDING CODE COMPLIANCE.
The foregoing warranties give you specific legal rights and
you may also have other rights which vary from state to state.
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2695 Meadowvale Blvd. • Mississauga, Ontario, Canada L5N 8A3
800-668-5323 • www.cfmcorp.com
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