Desa PCD-42S Fireplaces Owner manual

Desa PCD-42S Fireplaces Owner manual
PCD-42S CONVERSION KIT
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
For Use When Converting Model DVF-42N(H,S)-S Series
from Natural Gas to Propane/LP Gas
This conversion kit must be installed by a qualified
service agency.
Read these instructions completely before installing this
conversion kit.
Removing Bottom Access Panel or Bricks
Remove bottom access panel or bricks by pulling top end
forward and away from appliance (see Figure 1). To install or
replace items removed, reverse procedures above.
Before proceeding, make sure gas control valve is in the OFF
position, all electrical power to appliance is off and fireplace
is cool to the touch.
CAUTION: The gas supply shall be shut off prior to
disconnecting the electrical power before proceeding
with the conversion.
Bottom
Access
Door
Parts included with this kit:
Part No.
123807-01
23100
23567
123803-01
123810-03
106080-01
106739-01
Description
Quantity
Instruction Sheet
1
Front Burner Orifice LP (56)
1
Rear Burner Orifice LP (55)
1
Gas Valve Regulator LP & Injector
1
Conversion Label
1
Conversion Information Label
1
Registration, Gas Conversion
1
Tools Required
• 3/8" Hex Socket Wrench or Adjustable Wrench
• 7/8" Open End Wrench or Adjustable Wrench
• 3/4" Open End Wrench or Adjustable Wrench
• Slotted Screwdriver
• Needle Nose Pliers
• #2 Short Phillips Screwdriver
• Thread Sealant (Resistant to Propane/LP)
Figure 1 - Removing Bottom Access Panel or Bricks
Removing Glass Door
Gloves must be worn when removing/replacing glass door.
If glass is broken tape remaining glass onto frame before
removing.
1. Remove screens if installed.
2. Open bottom access panel.
3. Unlock 2 door latches on bottom of firebox.
4. Tilt open glass door 30° from bottom of firebox and lift up
to release door from firebox top retainer (see Figure 2).
Door
Retainer
Glass
Door
Accessing Fireplace
The gas control valve and main burner orifice are located under firebox floor of appliance and are accessed by removing
bottom access panel or bricks. 2 orifices are located in the
burners and are accessed by removing bottom access door
or bricks, glass door and burner.
Door
Latches
Figure 2 - Removing Glass Door
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Burner orifice conversion
gas control valve conversion
1. Remove andiron by lifting up and away from back of
fireplace (see Figure 3).
2. Carefully lift 3 loose logs from burner.
3. Remove hex nuts that attach pilot shield and grate base
to burner base and 2 screws on side of pilot shield top.
4. Remove main burner from grate base by removing screw
located at right inner corner of firebox, and lifting up and
toward the right (see Figure 3).
5. Remove logset with grate base by holding sides of grate
base and lifting carefully to clear front orifice on right and
pilot shield on left.
6. Remove NG orifice from elbow and bulkhead fittings.
Apply a light amount of propane/LP resistant sealant to
threaded end of LP orifices (#55 and 56) supplied with
kit. Thread LP orifices into fittings and tighten.
7. Adjust air shutter to fully open (maximum) position.
8. Reinstall logset with grate base, main burner, and loose
logs removed in steps 2, 3, and 4.
Convert gas control valve by replacing valve regulator portion
of gas valve.
1. Partially press down and turn valve control knob to OFF
position.
2. Remove 2 screws, regulator tower and diaphragm/spring
components.
3. Install new diaphragm/spring components, regulator tower
and 2 screws from conversion kit.
4. Turn control knob to PILOT to light pilot. Turn control knob
to ON.
5. Leak test with leak detection solution with main
burner ON.
Note: In replacement and conversions use only new parts
provided. When converting to different gas you must also
change pilot and burner orifices.
Mounting Screws
Removable Logs
Grate
Base
Pressure
Regulator Tower
Main
Burner
Diaphragm/
Spring
Components
Air
Shutter
Logset
Pilot
Shield
Top
Pilot
Andiron
Shield
Assembly
Bulkhead
Fitting
Rear
Orifice
Front
Orifice
Elbow
Fitting
Burner
Base
Figure 4 - Removing Mounting Screws, Pressure Regulator
Tower and Diaphragm/Spring Components
Figure 3 - Removing Orifice for Conversion (Valve Shown
Removed from Base for Clarity)
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123807-01A
Conversion labeling and placement
1. Apply conversion label over top of existing certification
label (see Figure 5). Existing certification label is located
on lighting instruction plate inside gas valve compartment
area. With permanent ink, print previous model number
on label in space provided (see Figure 6).
2. After filling in data required on conversion information
label (see Figure 7), affix it to floor of appliance where it
is easily seen when lower louver is removed.
Pilot Hood
Pilot
Orifice
Pilot Bracket
Conversion Label
Pilot Barrel
Pilot Clip
Pilot Barrel
Lighting Instruction Plate
Figure 5 - Apply Conversion Label over Existing
Certification Label on Lighting Instruction Plate
VENTED GAS FIREPLACE
Conversion Kit Model
Type of Gas
Figure 8 - Converting Pilot Orifice
Final Preparation
CONVERSION INFORMATION LABEL
This appliance was converted on
–
Day
–
Month
to
gas
Year
with Kit No.
by
(name and address of organization making
this conversion), which accepts the
responsibility that this conversion has been
properly made.
Previous Model #
Figure 6 - Print Previous
Model Number on
Conversion Label
56060
106080-01
Figure 7 - Conversion
Information Label
PILOT ORIFICE CONVERSION
1. Remove pilot hood from barrel using tweezers or needle
nose pliers to open clip (see Figure 8).
2. Remove pilot orifice from inside barrel with slotted
screwdriver.
3. Replace pilot orifice with orifice supplied with this kit. Insert
open end of new pilot orifice inside barrel and thread pilot
orifice with slotted screwdriver.
4. Reinstall pilot hood into barrel then reinstall clip to secure
pilot hood.
IMPORTANT: Be careful not to bend or kink aluminum tubing during conversion. Make sure pilot hood and orifice are
properly mated and aligned after finishing this conversion.
123807-01A
1. Leak check gas control and any connections you've made
before operating appliance. Refer to Checking Gas Connections in owner’s manual.
2. Reinstall glass door and close latches.
3. Replace screen and reinstall bottom access panel or
bricks.
The conversion is now complete.
To operate your fireplace, refer to Operating Fireplace in your
appliance owner’s manual.
WARNING: Test all gas piping and connections,
internal and external to unit, for leaks after installing
or servicing. Correct leaks at once.
WARNING: Never use an open flame to check for
a leak. Apply noncorrosive leak detection fluid to all
joints. Bubbles forming show a leak. Correct all leaks
at once.
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 instruction 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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DESA Heating, LLC
2701 Industrial Drive
Bowling Green, KY 42101
www.desatech.com
1-866-672-6040
123807 01
NOT A UPC
123807-01
Rev. A
05/08
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