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Valor 2200RKN/RKP & LKN/LKP Installation Manual
Installation Manual
LX2
Direct Vent Zero Clearance
Gas Fireplace
natural gas 2200LKN / 2200RKN
propane gas 2200LKP / 2200RKP
CORNER
Installer: Leave this manual with the appliance.
Consumer: Retain this manual for future reference.
WARNING:
FIRE OR EXPLOSION HAZARD
Failure to follow safety warnings
exactly could result in serious
injury, death, or property damage.
Do not store or use gasoline or other
flammable vapors and liquids in the
vicinity of this or any other appliance.
WHAT TO DO IF YOU SMELL GAS
▪
Do not try to light any appliance.
▪
Do not touch any electrical switch; do
not use any phone in your building.
▪
Leave the building immediately.
▪
Immediately call your gas supplier from
a neighbor’s phone. Follow the gas
supplier’s instructions.
▪
If you cannot reach your gas supplier,
call the fire department.
Installation and service must be
performed by a qualified installer, service
agency or the gas supplier.
DANGER
Hot glass
will cause burns.
Do not touch glass
until cooled.
Never allow children
to touch glass.
4007769-01
©2019, Miles Industries Ltd.
A barrier designed to reduce
the risk of burns from the hot
viewing glass is provided with this
appliance and must be installed for
the protection of children and
other at-risk individuals.
This appliance may be installed in an
after-market permanently located,
manufactured (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 a domestic roomheating appliance. It must not be used
for any other purposes such as drying
clothes, etc.
This appliance is suitable for
installation in a bedroom or bed
sitting room.
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INSTALLER: Leave this manual with the
appliance.
CONSUMER: Retain this manual for
future reference.
Massachusetts:
The piping and final gas connection must be
performed by a licensed plumber or gas fitter
in the State of Massachusetts. Also, see Carbon
Monoxide Detector requirements in the fireplace
installation manual.
WARNING
This product can expose you to chemicals
including Benzene, which is known to the State
of California to cause cancer and birth defects or
other reproductive harm. For more information
go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.
Note: Natural gas, in its original state, contains
Benzene.
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190–2255 Dollarton Highway
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The information contained in this manual is believed
to be correct at the time of printing. Miles Industries
Ltd. reserves the right to change or modify any
information or specifications without notice. Miles
Industries Ltd. grants no warranty, implied or stated,
for the installation or maintenance of your heater,
and assumes no responsibility for any consequential
damage(s).
© Copyright Miles Industries Ltd., 2019. All rights reserved.
Designed and manufactured for Miles Industries Ltd.
Welcome to Valor®
This appliance has been professionally installed by:
Dealer Name: ________________________________
Phone:______________________________________
Please read this manual BEFORE
installing and operating this
appliance.
Fireplace Safety ................................................. 4
Installation ....................................................... 28
Specifications ..................................................... 6
Electrical Wiring....................................................28
Gas Supply .............................................................29
Remote Battery & Wall Switch Kit .....................31
WiFi Module (optional) ........................................33
Liners .................................................................... 34
Fuel Beds ...............................................................36
Kits & Accessories.............................................. 7
Dimensions & Location..................................... 8
Planning .............................................................. 9
Overview ...............................................................10
Clearances—Combustible Projections .............11
Clearances—Alcove .............................................12
Minimum Vertical Vent—6-5/8” Vent ................13
Minimum Vertical Vent—8” Vent .......................14
Framing—Minimal ...............................................15
Framing—Extended .............................................16
Wall Finish .............................................................17
Venting .............................................................. 19
Overview ...............................................................19
Typical Components ............................................20
Venting Chart—4” x 6-5/8”..................................21
Venting Chart—5” x 8” ........................................22
Restrictors .............................................................23
Wall Termination ..................................................24
Roof Termination .................................................25
Long Beach Driftwood 1705DWK ............................36
Decorative Glass Murano 2200DGM ......................39
Decorative Glass Set 2200DGS ............................... 40
Splitwood Kit 1700SWK .............................................41
Rocks & Shale Set 1714RSS ...................................... 46
Window Re-Installation ...................................... 48
Remote Control Set-Up .......................................50
Check Operation ..................................................52
Barrier Screen & Window Sill .............................53
Wiring Diagram ................................................ 54
Approved Venting Components .................... 55
Commonwealth of Massachusetts ............... 57
Spare Parts ....................................................... 59
Appendix A - Lighting Instructions Plate...... 63
Preparation ...................................................... 26
Appendix B - Remote Control Operation ..... 64
Window Sill & Window.........................................26
Standoffs & Adapter ............................................27
Appendix C - Wall Switch Operation ............. 71
Appendix D - HeatShift® Installation ............ 72
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Fireplace Safety
This manual contains very important information about the safe installation and operation of the fireplace. Read and
understand all instructions carefully before installing and operating the fireplace. Failure to follow these instructions
may result in possible fire hazard and will void the warranty.
Replacement manuals are available by contacting the Valor Customer Service at 1-800-468-2567, or by visiting
valorfireplaces.com.
WARNING: Extremely Hot!
Heat and flammability
• Some parts of the fireplace are extremely hot, particularly the glass windows. Use the barrier screens
provided or a gate to reduce the risk of severe burns.
• The glass windows can exceed 500°F at full capacity.
• Always keep the appliance clear and free from combustible materials, gasoline, and other flammable
vapors and liquids.
• Be aware of hot wall surfaces! The walls directly above
the fireplace can get very hot when the fireplace
heats. Although safe, it may reach temperatures in excess of 200ºF (93°C) depending on choice of optional
accessories. Do not touch!
• Be aware of hot hearth/floor surfaces! Any projections
directly around the fireplace can get very hot when
the fireplace heats. Although safe, they may reach
temperatures in excess of 200ºF (93°C)depending on
elevation of hearth. Be careful of touching these! Temperature of projection surfaces will be reduced when
barrier screens are installed.
• Some materials or items, although safe, may discolor,
shrink, warp, crack, peel, and so on because of the
heat produced by the fireplace. Avoid placing candles,
paintings, photos and other combustible objects
sensitive to heat or furniture within 36 inches (0.9 m)
around the fireplace.
• Due to it high temperatures, the appliance should be
located out of traffic areas and away from furniture
and draperies.
• Any safety screen, guard, or barrier removed for servicing an appliance must be replaced prior to operating the appliance
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)LUHSODFH
Hearth
Do not put
furniture or other objects
in this space in front of
WKHȴUHSODFH
36” [0.9 m]
• Children and adults should be alerted to the hazards
of high surface temperature and should stay away to
avoid burns or clothing ignition.
• 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.
• A barrier designed to reduce the risk of burns from
the hot viewing glass is provided with this appliance
and shall be installed for the protection of children
and other at-risk individuals
• Clothing or flammable material should not be placed
on or near the appliance.
Fireplace Safety
Glass windows
WARNING
Do not operate this appliance with the
glass front removed, cracked, or broken.
Replacement of the glass front should
be performed by a licensed or qualified
service person. Do not strike or slam the
glass front.
• The glass front assemblies must be in place and
sealed before the unit can be placed into safe operation.
• The glass front assemblies must only be replaced as
complete units, as supplied by the fireplace manufacturer. No substitute material may be used.
• Do not use abrasive cleaners on the glass front assemblies. Do not attempt to clean the glass when it is
hot.
Venting
• This unit must be used with a vent system as described in this manual. No other vent system or components may be used.
• Never obstruct the flow of combustion and ventilation
air. Keep the front of the appliance clear of all obstacles and materials for servicing and proper operation.
• This gas fireplace and vent assembly must be vented
directly to the outside and must never be attached to
a chimney serving a separate solid fuel burning appliance. Each gas appliance must use a separate vent
system. Common vent systems are prohibited.
Intended use
• This appliance is designed and approved as a supplemental heater and provides the potential for most
energy conservation when used while attended. The
use of an alternate primary heat source is advisable.
• This unit is not for use with solid fuel.
• Do not use this heater as a temporary source of heat
during construction.
Installation and Servicing
• 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 might 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.
WARNING
Ceiling outlet
Front outlet
HeatShift
Duct Kit:
Do not cover
or place items
in front of or
above outlet(s)!
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Specifications
Approval & Codes
Supply Gas
This appliance is certified to ANSI Z21.88-2017/CSA
2.33-2017 American National Standard / CSA Standard
for Vented Gas Fireplace Heaters for use in Canada
and USA, and to CGA 2.17-91 High Altitude Standard in
Canada. This appliance is for direct vent installations.
Heater engines
2200LKN / 2200RKN are
used with natural gas.
This appliance complies with CSA P.4.1-15 Testing
method for measuring annual fireplace efficiencies.
The installation must conform to local codes or, in
the absence of local codes, with the National Fuel
Gas Code, ANSI Z223.1/NFPA 54 or the Natural Gas
and Propane Installation Code CAN/CGA-B149.1. Only
qualified licensed or trained personnel should install
this appliance.
This appliance must be electrically grounded in
accordance with local codes, or, in the absence of local
codes, with the National Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA 70
or the Canadian Electrical Code, CSA C22.1.
Ratings
Model
Gas
Altitude (Ft.)*
KN
KP
Natural
Propane
0-4,500 feet*
Input Maximum (Btu/h)
36,000
36,000
Input Minimum (Btu/h)
19,000
21,000
Manifold Pressure (in w.c.)
4.0”
9.5”
Minimum Supply Pressure (in w.c.)
5”
11”
Maximum Supply Pressure (in w.c.)
10”
14”
DMS#32
DMS#49
Main Burner Injector Marking
Pilot Injector Marking
51
30
Min. Rate By-Pass Screw
220
160
*High Altitude Installations
Input ratings are shown in BTU per hour and are
certified without deration for elevations up to 4,500
feet (1,370 m) above sea level.
For elevations above 4,500 feet (1,370 m) in USA,
installations must be in accordance with the current
ANSI Z223.1 and/or local codes having jurisdiction.
Heating value of gas in some areas is reduced to
compensate for elevation—consult your local gas utility
to confirm.
For installations at elevations above 4,500 feet (1,370 m)
in Canada, please consult provincial and/or local
authorities having jurisdiction.
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Heater engines 2200LKP
/ 2200RKP are used with
propane gas.
X
The supply pressure must be between the limits shown
in the Ratings section.
The supply connection is 1/2” NPT male and located on
the on the rear left side of the firebox.
A shut-off valve (supplied) is required on the supply line
to isolate the unit during service. See Set-up Gas Supply
section for details.
Conversion Kits
The 2200K LX2 is supplied as natural gas or propane
gas and is field convertible between fuels. See
instructions packaged with the conversion kits for
further information.
Electrical
The 2200K is designed to run on battery power and
does not require an electrical power source to operate
as a heater. However, it requires electrical power to
operate the interior lighting or the optional 1270RBK
Remote Blower Kit.
HeatShift® System
The 2200 fireplace MUST be installed with a HeatShift
kit, a convection system that redistributes the warm
air flow away from the fireplace opening to a more
desirable location using natural convection, without use
of a fan.
The warm air flow may be relocated to a position higher
up the wall, out the sidewalls, or even to another room.
The result is much cooler wall temperatures above the
fireplace opening for locating television, artwork, etc.
Refer to “Appendix D - HeatShift® Installation” on page
72 of this manual.
WARNING
Please note that the HeatShift Kit MUST be
installed on this appliance!
Kits & Accessories
Required Kits Information accurate at the time of printing and subject to change
without notice.
4006797
LX2 Barrier Screen—Front panel
4006888
LX2 Barrier Screen—Side panel
Fuel Beds (choose one)
1705DWK
Driftwood Set Kit
2200DGM
Murano Glass Set
2200DGS
Decorative Glass Set
1700SWK
Splitwood Kit
1700RSS
Rocks & Shale Set
Liners + Liner End Panel (choose one)
2200FBL + 2200FBP
Fluted Black Liners + Fluted End Panel
2200RGL + 2200RGP
Reflective Glass Liners + Reflective Glass End Panel
2200LML + 2200LMP
Limestone Liners + Limestone End Panel
HeatShift®
LDK1
Quad Plenum 48”
LDK3
Double Plenum 14” (2) with Grille
LDK4
Quad Plenum 38”
LDK7
Duct Termination Plates (valance outlet)
Optional Accessories Information accurate at the time of printing and subject to change
without notice.
Gas Conversion Kits
2200KPGK
Conversion to propane gas
2200KNGK
Conversion to natural gas
Other Accessories
LDK2
48” Finishing Frame for LDK1
LDK5
38” Finishing Frame for LDK4
LDK6
5” dia. Aluminum 2-ply Flex Kit—2 x 10’ lengths, may be cut to required length
1270RBK
Remote Blower Kit
Hearth Gate
Hearth gates such as Cardinal’s VersaGate are available at retail stores carrying
safety products for children.
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Dimensions & Location
Dimensions—Corner Right Appliance Shown
Gas Line Stub at rear left side on
LJ and RJ Corner appliances see Set-up Gas Supply
5” x 8” vent collar convertible
to 4” x 6-58” with supplied adapter
HeatShift
5” dia.
outlets (4)
Center of vent
Stand-off
7” [178 mm]
18” [457 mm]
6-1/2” [165 mm]
20” [508 mm]
Electrical Inlet Point at rear left side
on LJ and RJ Corner appliances
- see Prepare Appliance for Wiring
Stand-o
off
11-1/2” [292 mm]
11” [279 mm]
52” [1321 mm]
54” [1372 mm]
Gas Line Stub &
Electrical Inlet Point
at rear, on left side
for both LJ and RJ
corner appliances
Top View
20” [508 mm]
11-1/2”
[292 mm]
52” [1321 mm]
8-1/2”
[216 mm]
Window 45-1/2” [1156 mm]
18” [457 mm]
Stand-off
Stand-off
1/2”
[1
13 mm]
fin
nishing
f
flanges
2-11//16”
[68 mm]
ged
to flang
open
ning
44-1/2” [1130 mm]
Gas Line
e
Stub att
rear leftt
side on
n
LJ and RJ
J
Cornerr
appliances
s
- see Set-up
p
Gas Supply
y
33-1/4” [845 mm]
5-1/4”
[133 mm]
2”
[51 mm]
11-1/4”
-1
[285
5 mm]]
Center
of vent
17”
17
[432
2 mm]]
4” [102 mm]
to flanged
opening
11
11”
[279
9 mm]]
Electrical Inlet Point at rear left side on
LJ and RJ Corner appliances - see
Prepare Appliance for Wiring
Left Side View
Temporary valve access
during installation for both
LJ and RJ corner appliances
Gas Line Stub at rear left side on
LJ and RJ Corner appliances
- see Set-up Gas Supply
Front View
Right Side View
Location—Corner Right Appliance Shown
Inside Corner
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Outside Corner
Corner
Planning
Installer—READ THIS FIRST
1.
YOU NEED TO KNOW FROM THE HOMEOWNER:
• Height of appliance and shelf if used;
• HeatShift components;
• Thickness and type of wall finish around
appliance;
• Accessories used (optional shelf);
• Venting configuration - 4 x 6-5/8 or 5 x 8
2.
Unpack the appliance and recycle the packaging
EXCEPT THE CARTON PROTECTING THE BARRIER
SCREEN—KEEP IT!
3.
Remove front window and all items inside firebox.
4.
Check that you have everything, using Pack Content sheet. Also, check that you have:
Caution
Only qualified licensed or trained personnel
should install this appliance.
WARNING
Please note that the HeatShift Kit MUST be
installed on this appliance!
• fuel bed (packed separately)
• liners (packed separately)
• Remote Battery & Wall Switch Kit RBSWK
• HeatShift Kit (mandatory)
• Gas conversion kit if necessary
• Venting accessories
• Electrical accessories
5.
Carefully read the Installer’s Checklist included with
the fireplace for the installation sequence.
Please note that the following steps must be done
BEFORE the appliance is placed in its final position in
the cavity since the connections are done from the
back of the appliance:
•
electrical connections
•
gas connections
•
gas conversion (if needed)
•
wiring of the Remote Battery & Wall Switck Kit
RBWSK
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Planning
WARNING
Ensure weight of wall above is
NOT carried by the appliance.
Overview
Vent collar supplied as 5 x 8” outlet, field convertible to 4 x 6-5/8”
outlet (adapter supplied). Note - Vertical rise required in vent system
when adapting to 4 x 6-5/8” venting
HeatShift Plenum (front or sides) or Duct
Termination Plates (top) mandatory! HeatShift
system supplied separately—see”Appendix D HeatShift® Installation” on page 72
HeatShift front outlet
Framing—See Framing
Considerations
HeatShift sides outlet
HeatShift ducts (4)
Remote Battery
and Wall Switch Kit
(required) (35-foot wire
length) (supplied)
1/2” thick non-combustible
cement board required above
and on both sides of fireplace
opening–NOT supplied
Remote
Control
Handset
Wall Holder
Wall Finish above openin
ng
Combustible wall finish up to
3/4” thick allowed above openin
ng
overtop of 1/2” cement board
d.
Combustible projections muss t
otherwise conform to allowable
mantel projection
ns
—see page
g 11.
1/2” thick non-combustible
cement board required above
and on both sides of fireplace
opening–NOT supplied
Wall finish below opening
Combustible material up to
1-1/4” thick allowed below
opening. Combustible
projections must otherwise be
kept min. 4” below opening.
2200K heater
Combustible Material Allowed Beneath Fireplace.
When the appliance is installed directly on carpeting,
tile or other combustible material other than wood
flooring, the appliance shall be installed on a metal
or wood panel extending the full width and recessed
depth of the appliance.
WARNING
Some materials or items, although safe,
may discolor, shrink, warp, crack, peel
and so on because of the heat produced
by the fireplace. Avoid placing candles,
paintings, photos, and other items
sensitive to heat around the fireplace.
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WARNING
HOT WALL SURFACES! The walls directly
above the fireplace are constructed of noncombustible materials and, although safe, it
may reach temperatures in excess of
175°F depending on choice of materials. Do
not touch! Finish the walls using materials
suitable for these temperatures.
Planning
Clearances—Combustible Projections
WARNING
Ensure weight of wall above is
NOT carried by the appliance.
Non-combustible material
Wood framing with 1/2” (13 mm) clearance allowed at
corners only. Otherwise use steel framing if against appliance.
1/2” (13 mm) clearance to appliance
2” (51 mm) clearance to combustible
2” (51 mm)
clearance to
combustible
Wood stud allowed
at corners only
Combustible wall finish
allowed if framing
out to flanged opening
Non-combustible
material only
against appliance
Framing/Finishing of projections/
Extensions around fireplace opening
must be non-combustible material
10” (254 mm) min.
sidewall clearance
Combustible projections allowed in this area provided area is separated
from the main cavity by non-combustible wall finish. Otherwise everything
below stand-off height and within cavity must be non-combustible.
Non-combustible wall finish
here separating cavity from
combustible projections
45°
44-1/2” (1130 mm)
Non-combustible wall finish
here separating cavity from
combustible projections
Fireplace
opening
Non-combustible
material only
against appliance
45°
Projecting surfaces
within 4” (102 mm)
of opening must be
non-combustible
4”
(102 mm)
2” (51 mm)
clearance to
combustible
Combustible finishing materials up to 1-1/4” (32 mm)
Min. 9” (229 mm);
thickness allowed below opening height.
beyond, can be combustible
Combustible projections greater than 1-1/4” (32 mm)
must otherwise be kept min. 4” (102 mm) below opening.
2” (51 mm)
clearance to
combustible
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Planning
Clearances—Alcove
Alcove above opening
11-1/2”
(292 mm)
No rise: 5” x 8” pipes only
Approximately
6-1/2” (165 mm) (if using 8” vent)
7-3/16” (183 mm) (if using 6-5/8” vent)
from back surface of wall finish to
front surface of appliance case w/no
vent offset
11”
(279 mm)
Fireplace
Opening
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Min. 44-1/2” (1130 mm) to underside of combustible cavity
Min. 1”
(25.4 mm)
clearance to
combustibles
around
vertical
vent pipe
17”
(432 mm)
Min. 16-1/2”
(419 mm)
1/2” thick
non-combustible
Cement Board
Planning
Minimum Vertical Vent—6-5/8” Vent
* This is the minimum vent height when using 6-5/8 inch venting. If calculating the vent height using additional
vent lengths, subtract approximately 1-1/2 inch for each pipe joint. For example, an additional 12-inch pipe
section will add approximately 10-1/2 inches overall to this dimension. Alternatively, substituting a 24-inch pipe
length for the min. 12-inch section will add 12 inches to this dimension as there is no additional pipe joint.
Max. 12“ (305 mm)
length at this height
* Min. 56-3/8” (1432 mm) when using 12” pipe section
6-5/8” x 4” pipes
8-1/2”
(216 mm)
11-1/2”
(292 mm)
Min. 12” (305 mm)
pipe section
5” x 8” to 6-5/8” x 4” adapter
(supplied)
5-1/4”
(133 mm)
2”
(51 mm)
Required min.
clearance to
combustibles
17”
(432 mm)
11”
(279 mm)
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Planning
Minimum Vertical Vent—8” Vent
* This is the minimum vent height when using 8-inch venting. If calculating the vent height using additional vent
lengths, subtract approximately 1-1/2 inch for each pipe joint. For example, an additional 12-inch pipe section
will add approximately 10-1/2 inches overall to this dimension.
Max. 24 “ (610 mm)
length at this height
8-1/2”
(216 mm)
11-1/2”
(292 mm)
5” x 8” elbow
directly on
appliance
* Min. 41-1/2” (1054 mm)
5” x 8” pipes
5-1/4”
(133 mm)
2”
(51 mm)
Required min.
clearance to
combustibles
17”
(432 mm)
11”
(279 mm)
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Planning
Framing—Minimal
WARNING
Ensure weight of wall above is
NOT carried by the appliance.
Combustible wall finish
HeatShift plenum or duct plates framing
required (top, front or sides); see instructions
packed with HeatShift kit.
Zero
clearance
standoffs
5-1/4”
(133 mm)
Non-combustible
wall finish zone
44-1/2” (1130 mm) min.
11-1/4”
(285 mm)
17”
(432 mm)
11”
(279 mm)
DO NOT use screws
in this zone!
Combustible framing material
except if using HeatShift front
outlet plenums LDK1 or LDK4:
in this case steel stud required
under outlet opening - see
instructions packed with
HeatShift kit
1/2” (13 mm) non-combustible
cement board required.
(May be covered with max. 3/4”
(19 mm) combustible finish).
Combustible projections must
otherwise conform to allowable
mantel projections - see
Clearances to Combustible
Projections section in this manual.
Max. 1-1/4” (32 mm)
thickness combustible
wall finish allowed
Combustible
framing material
54” (1372 mm) max.
20” (508 mm) min.
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Planning
Framing—Extended
WARNING
Ensure weight of wall above is
NOT carried by the appliance.
HeatShift plenum or duct plates framing
required (top, front or sides); see instructions
packed with HeatShift kit.
Combustible
material
allowed on
front wall
Steel framing. Ensure
suitably braced to support
weight of wall. Ensure
weight of wall above is
NOT carried by appliance.
Combustible material
allowed on rear wall if
framed forward up to
flanged opening.
16-1/2”
(419 mm)
Non-combustible
material on
front wall
17”
(432 mm)
between
finished
materials
Horizontal surfaces (hearth
& overhang) within this zone
MUST be constructed of
non-combustible material if
within 9” (229 mm) of
appliance perimeter.
Combustible
material
allowed on
front wall
Combustible construction
with plywood base below
appliance is okay.
DO NOT use screws
in this zone!
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Planning
Wall Finish
Plan Wall Finish
Non-combustible cement board
Non-Combustible Materials Specifications
Material which will not ignite and burn. Such materials
are those consisting entirely of steel, iron, brick, tile,
concrete, slate, glass or plasters, or any combination
thereof.
Materials that are reported as passing ASTM E 136,
Standard Test Method for Behavior of Materials in a
Vertical Tube Furnace at 750 °C shall be considered
non-combustible materials.
Combustible Materials Specifications
Materials made of or surfaced with wood, compressed
paper, plant fibers, plastics, or other material that
can ignite and burn, whether flame proofed or not,
or plastered or unplastered shall be considered
combustible materials.
The LX2 fireplace requires a 1/2” (13 mm) thick noncombustible cement board to be used as a wall surface
immediately above the unit opening in the front and
above and behind the opening on each side.
Extending the cement board well beyond the minimum
will help avoid cracking due to differential expansion of
materials.
Pre-drill cement board with oversized holes and do
not over-tighten screws to avoid cracking due to heat
expansion.
Standard gypsum wall board may be used beyond the
perimeter of the cement board.
Non-combustible finishing over cement board
Additional non-combustible material such as tile, etc.,
may be applied over top of the cement board or you
may choose to leave it finished clean with no tile.
Applies to both LJ and RJ corner
appliances
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Planning
Wall Finish
Cracking wall finishes
The HeatShift system reduces the wall temperatures
and minimizes the possibility of cracking wall finishes.
If a clean finish with no tile, etc. is desired, joints in the
cement board and the transition to gypsum board
will require special attention if future cracking is to be
controlled. Be aware that temperatures on the noncombustible wall surface above the appliance can
exceed 175°F.
Cracks
Below are some tips on how to best avoid any cracking:
• Allow materials to dry thoroughly before finishing
the wall. Cement board has the ability to absorb up
to 30 percent of its weight in water and may shrink as
much as 1/8” over a 48” length when drying from a
saturated condition. Running the fireplace before final
finishing will help drive out moisture.
• Always pre-drill screw holes through cement board
and use screws with self-milling head.
• Always use tape over joints.
• Behind joints, double up studs or use studs “on the
flat” to add extra support to the joint. Adhesive on
the backside of wall board behind any joints can help
control differential movement.
• Use multiple, thinner coats of joint compound and allow to dry thoroughly between coats.
• Ensure framing materials are dry.
• After finishing the wall, introduce heat gradually to
slowly dry any excess moisture rather than drying too
fast.
• Avoid notching cement board or tiles around corners
of window opening and instead provide a joint that
intersects the corner.
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Provide joints
either here or
here
Venting
Overview
Vent Material
This unit is approved for installation using
5 x 8 inches co-axial direct vent pipe and accessories as
listed in the “Approved Venting Components” on page
55 of this manual. Follow the installation instructions
supplied with the individual venting accessories.
This unit may also be converted to 4 x 6-5/8 inches coaxial direct vent pipe and accessories using the adapter
supplied with the appliance—see list in the “Approved
Venting Components” on page 55 of this manual.
Vent Sealing
Seal all outer coaxial pipe and elbow joints, including
sectioned elbow joints, using high quality, high temperature 2 inch wide self-adhesive aluminum foil tape
(Nashua-322-2 brand or similar). Wrap the tape completely around all joints and press firmly to seal.
Framing Vent in Combustible Walls & Ceilings
(6-5/8” and 8” pipes)
When penetrating through combustible walls and
ceilings, frame a minimum of 10 in x 10 in opening and
ensure that the insulation is kept clear of the vent pipe
using either a wall thimble or an attic insulation shield.
Note that some vent manufacturers’ wall thimble
dimensions may require larger framed openings—
follow the installation instructions supplied with the
individual venting components.
10” (254 mm)
Align the vent
center to the
center of the
frame
A high temperature black silicone sealant may be used
in the outer joints as a substitute to foil tape.
Ensure all the pipe joints have a minimum of 1 ¼ inch
overlap.
10” (254 mm)
Important Installer Notice – Weather
Sealing & Vapor Barriers
Tape all joints
(including all
elbow joints)
Wall Thickness
The appliance vent is suitable for penetrating a
combustible wall assembly up to 8 inches in thickness.
A non-combustible wall can be of any thickness up to
the maximum horizontal run of vent pipe allowed for
the particular installation.
It is the installer’s responsibility to ensure that
vent installations through exterior walls are
caulked and weatherproofed in such a manner
as to:
• Prevent rain water from entering the wall from
the weather side by adequately caulking the
outer vent plate to the exterior wall surface.
• Prevent moisture inside the home from penetrating into the wall structure by ensuring the
inside wall plate is adequately sealed to the
inside vapor barrier.
• Prevent rain water and moisture from entering the walls by sealing the joints between the
outer vent tube and the inner and outer wall
plates.
We recommend the use of a high quality polyurethane sealant.
All horizontal pipe runs must be graded 1/4 inch per
foot upwards in the direction of the exhaust flow. The
final pipe length, when terminating through the wall
may be graded downwards slightly to prevent water
migration.
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Venting
Typical Components
Typical Co-axial Venting Components
Appliance provided with 5 x 8” vent collar and
4 x 6-5/8” vent adapter.
HORIZONTAL
TERMINATION
2-PIECE
WALL THIMBLE
VERTICAL
TERMINATION
STORM
COLLAR
PIPE
LENGTH
FLASHING
90˚ ELBOW
5 x 8” VENT OUTLET
ATTIC
INSULATION
SHIELD
ATTIC
FIRESTOP
CEILING
FIRESTOP
Thru Wall, no rise
PIPE
LENGTH
5” x 8” ONLY
HORIZONTAL
TERMINATION
2-PIECE
WALL THIMBLE
90˚ ELBOW
PIPE LENGTH
Thru Wall
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90˚ ELBOW
90˚ ELBOW
MIN. 12” VERTICAL
PIPE LENGTH
PIPE
LENGTH
4 x 6-5/8” VENT
ADAPTER (SUPPLIED)
4 x 6-5/8” VENT
ADAPTER (SUPPLIED)
Thru Roof
Venting
Venting Chart—4” x 6-5/8”
How to Read the Venting Chart
The chart below applies to co-axial roof or wall
termination.
1.
Minimum 12 inch vertical pipe section required
right at unit when using 6-5/8” venting.
2. The total length of the vent pipe cannot exceed
40 feet.
6. Each 90 degrees elbow installed on the horizontal
plane is equivalent to a 3 feet horizontal pipe;
therefore, 3 feet must be subtracted from allowable
horizontal run. (45 degrees elbow is equivalent to
18 inches horizontal pipe.)
7.
All horizontal pipe runs must be graded 1/4 inch per
foot upwards in the direction of the exhaust flow.
The final pipe length, when terminating through the
wall may be graded downwards slightly to prevent
water migration.
3. The minimum vertical height with roof termination
is 6 feet.
4. Any combination of rise and run can be used as
long as they are within the allowable limits shown
on the chart below.
5. A maximum of 4 x 90 degrees elbows—or equivalent (2 x 45 degrees = 90 degrees)—can be used.
8. A restrictor adjustment is required for most
installations having a vertical rise—see next
section.
Note: The restrictors are shipped installed at the
exhaust exit of the firebox.
Venting Chart with 4” x 6-5/8” pipes
Allowable Co-Axial Vent Configurations
with restrictor positions —
with 4” x 6-5/8” pipes
4 x 90º ELBOWS MAXIMUM
(or equivalent)
V3
3” min.
above top of
horizontal pipe
40
38
H1
1” min.
all around
vertical pipe
36
NO INSTALLATION
34
1” min. around
bottom & sides
of horizontal pipe
32
Position #9
30
V2
28
V1
VERTICAL RISE (ft)
26
12” minimum
vertical pipe rise
24
22
20
Position #8
18
16
14
12
Example 1
10
Supplied with 5 x 8”
vent outlet and
4 x 6-5/8” vent adapter
Example 1
V Value = V1 (3’) + V2 (2’) + V3 (1’)= 6’
H Value = H1 (2’) = 2’
Restrictor position # 6 required
Position #6
8
6
12” minimum
vertical pipe rise
Positio
4
2
0
n #0
NO INSTALLATION
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
HORIZONTAL RUN (ft)
16
18
20
21
Venting
Venting Chart—5” x 8”
How to Read the Venting Chart
The chart below applies to co-axial roof or wall
termination.
1.
Maximum 24 inch horizontal pipe section allowed
when using a 90 degrees elbow directly at the
appliance.
6. Each 90 degrees elbow installed on the horizontal
plane is equivalent to a 3 feet horizontal pipe;
therefore, 3 feet must be subtracted from allowable
horizontal run. (45 degrees elbow is equivalent to
18 inches horizontal pipe.)
7.
All horizontal pipe runs must be graded 1/4 inch per
foot upwards in the direction of the exhaust flow.
The final pipe length, when terminating through the
wall may be graded downwards slightly to prevent
water migration.
2. The total length of the vent pipe cannot exceed
40 feet.
3. The minimum vertical height with roof termination
is 6 feet.
4. Any combination of rise and run can be used as
long as they are within the allowable limits shown
on the chart below.
5. A maximum of 4 x 90 degrees elbows—or equivalent (2 x 45 degrees = 90 degrees)—can be used.
8. A restrictor adjustment is required for most
installations having a vertical rise—see next
section.
Note: The restrictors are shipped installed at the
exhaust exit of the firebox.
Allowable Co-Axial Vent Configurations
with restrictor positions
— with 5” x 8” pipes
Venting Chart with 5” x 8” pipes
40
4 x 90º ELBOWS MAXIMUM
(or equivalent)
38
36
NO INSTALLATION
34
32
Position #9
30
28
Maximum 24”
horizontal pipe
with no rise
H1
Supplied
with 5” x 8”
vent outlet
1” min. around
bottom & sides
of horizontal pipe
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VERTICAL RISE (ft)
3” min.
above top of
horizontal pipe
24
22
20
18
Position #8
16
14
12
10
8
Position #6
6
4
Positio
2
NO INSTALLATION
0
2
22
n #0
4
6
8
10
12
14
HORIZONTAL RUN (ft)
16
18
20
Venting
Restrictors
ALL INSTALLATIONS REQUIRE A RESTRICTOR for
improved flame picture and performance. This unit is
supplied with a pre-fitted restrictor having different
positions or settings. The restrictor is shipped mounted
at the maximum open position. The level of restriction
required depends on the vertical rise in the venting
system and, to a lesser degree, the horizontal run and
number of elbows.
The amount of restriction is based on laboratory tests.
The ideal restrictor position may vary slightly, especially
when the vent pipe length is near the limits of the
acceptable configurations for each type of restrictor.
The chart on the previous page shows the vent
restrictor required relative to the length of the vent
pipe.
Restrictors
2. Release 4 screws along the other side of the panel. It
is not necessary to remove the screws.
3. Slide the panel to unhook it and set aside.
4. The restrictors are set in position 0, 0 at the factory. The position 0 is at the center and the position
10 is the farthest away from the center. Adjust the
restrictors position as needed—up to position 9—
DO NOT CLOSE ALL THE WAY TO POSITION 10!:
The restrictors are located in the roof of the firebox
hidden above the top panel.
Inside firebox—roof venting port
10
To access the restrictors, remove the top panel:
1. Remove 4 screws along the front or back of the
panel.
0
a. Establish the required position of the restrictors
looking up the appropriate venting table (according to vent pipes size) on the previous pages.
b. Remove the screws (2) on each restrictor already
installed on the firebox roof port.
c. Slide the restrictors in the required positions.
d. Refit and tighten the screws.
5. Reinstall the top panel sliding it on the screws previously released; tighten the screws.
6. Refit and tighten the screws previously removed.
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Venting
Wall Termination
Horizontal Vent Termination Location
•
The vent terminal must be located on an outside
wall or through the roof.
•
This direct vent appliance is designed to operate
when an undisturbed airȵow hits the outside vent
terminal from any direction.
•
The minimum clearances from this terminal that
must be maintained when located on an outside
wall are shown in ȴgure below. Any reduction in
these clearances could result in a disruption of the
airȵow or a safety hazard. Local codes or regulations
may require greater clearances.
•
The vent terminal must not be recessed into a wall
or siding.
•
The vent terminal should be positioned where any
snowdrifts will not cover it.
•
Sidewall vent terminations require a terminal guard
such as 658TG or 845TG when accessible—within 7’
of ground.
Min. 72”
V
Max. 72”
G
A
Alcove detail
(open on one
side) Normal
ceiling/soɝt
clearances
apply.
KEY
VENT TERMINAL LOCATIONS - MINIMUM DISTANCES
MINIMUM
CLEARANCE
Inches
Cm
A
Clearance above grade, verandah, porch, deck or balcony
12
30
B
Clearance to window or door that may be opened
12
30
C
Clearance to permanently closed window (recommended to prevent condensation on window)
12
30
D
Vertical clearance to ventilated soɝt located above the terminal within a horizontal distance of 2 feet (60 cm)
from the center-line of the terminal
18
46
E
Clearance to unventilated soɝt
12
30
F
Clearance to outside corner
12
30
G
Clearance to inside corner
12
30
H
Horizontal clearance to center-line of meter/regulator assembly located within 15 feet (4.6bm) below the
terminal
36
90
I
Clearance to service regulator vent outlet
36
90
J
Clearance to non-mechanical air supply inlet to the building or the combustion air inlet to any other appliance
12
30
K
Clearance to a mechanical air supply inlet
72
180
84
210
12
30
Clearance above paved sidewalk or a paved driveway located on public property
L
M
Note:
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Note: A vent must not terminate directly above a sidewalk or paved driveway, which is located between two singlefamily dwellings and serves both dwellings. THIS DOES NOT APPLY to direct vent, non-consdensing appliances in
the Province of Ontario.
Clearance under a verandah, porch, deck or balcony
Only permitted if veranda, porch, deck or balcony is fully open on a minimum of 2 sides beneath the ȵoor
Local codes and regulations may require di΍erent clearances.
Venting
Roof Termination
Vertical Vent Termination
Roof
Pitch
Flat to 7/12
Over 7/12 to
8/12
Over 8/12 to
9/12
Over 9/12 to
10/12
Over 10/12 to
11/12
Over 11/12 to
12/12
Over 12/12 to
14/12
Minimum "H"
(feet)
Horizontal
overhang
Overhang should not
extend beyond vent if
within 48” of
termination cap
1'
Termination
cap
1.5'
2’
2.5’
Vertical
wall
Min.
18”
Min. 24”
(unvented soffit)
Min. 36”
(vented soffit)
Storm
collar
‘H’
3.25’
Roof
flashing
Clearance to air inlet to
any other appliance is
min. 12” (30 cm)
4’
5’
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Preparation
Window Sill & Window
Remove the window.
WARNING
Please note that the HeatShift Kit MUST
be installed on this appliance!
1. Hook the window handle to one of the spring-loaded window levers.
Caution
Beware of sharp edges! Wear gloves!
Unpack the Appliance
1.
Remove the cardboard wrapping and the wood pallet from the appliance and discard.
DO NOT DISCARD THE PROTECTIVE CARTON
AROUND THE BARRIER SCREEN!
2.
Unpack any loose items from around the appliance.
3.
Verify that you have all the components required
for the installation, including:
2. Pull the lever and unhook the window. Repeat with
the other lever.
- approved non combustible cement board;
- liners and fuel bed (in separate carton);
- barrier screen;
- venting components and accessories;
- HeatShift Kit;
- electrical components.
Remove Window Sill and Window
Remove window sill.
Lift the sill up to free the magnets underneath then pull
it straight out.
3. Pull the top of the
window outward
and lift it up behind
the front panel to
disengage it from
its rail.
4. Once removed
from the bottom
rail, rotate the window pane outward
to take it out completely; set it aside
in a safe place to
avoid damage.
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Preparation
Standoffs & Adapter
Fit Standoffs
Fit HeatShift Take-off Collars (required)
The standoffs are supplied flat. Bend them as shown
and fix them to the top of the firebox.
Install HeatShift take-off collars to appliance using
screws provided with appliance. See HeatShift
installation information in Appendix for details.
Note: If installing with an all
steel framing, the top standoffs
are not necessary. Ensure that
the framing is self-supporting,
that is it NOT supported by the
engine.
Fold flat
standoffs
LX2
Fit 6-5/8” x 4” Vent Adapter (if required)
This unit is supplied with a 5” x 8” vent outlet which
can be field-converted to a 4” x 6-5/8” vent outlet by
installing the vent adapter supplied with the appliance.
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Installation
Prepare Appliance for Wiring
Decorative Lighting and Remote Battery & Wall
Switch Kit (RBWSK)
The fireplace is equipped with a decorative lighting
located above the firebed inside the firebox. The
lighting is pre-wired at the factory and must be
connected to the electrical system of the home
PRIOR to the final positioning of the fireplace into
the framing. The decorative lighting is operated by the
fireplace’s remote control handset.
Electrical Wiring
1. At the back of the fireplace case, on the left-hand
side, remove the electrical box cover (4 screws).
Gas
inlet
tube
RBWSK wire
Electrical
harness
box cover
inlet
Appliance rear view
Wiring for the overhead lighting and RBWSK kit
is accessible from the rear panel of the appliance
and therefore it should be done BEFORE the final
positioning of the fireplace in the framing.
WARNING
All electrical installations must be
performed by a qualified electrician and
must be electrically wired and grounded
in accordance with local codes, or, in the
absence of local codes, with the National
Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA 70 or the
Canadian Electrical Code, CSA C22.1.
The fireplace’s upper decorative lighting is connected to
the v-module box located behind the appliance’s front
panel below the window. It is hidden under the valve
shield. The v-module is powered by a three-prong plug
plugged into a receptacle inside the appliance case, at
the rear, on the left-hand side.
2. Remove a knock-out cover for the electrical connection needed for incoming power.
3. Rough in the wiring harness for the RBWSK—Remote Battery & Wall Switch Kit. Thread through
one of the holes to the left of the electrical panel
both the power connector and the white connector
end of the wire harness to reach the receiver at the
front of the appliance, about 3 feet (36 cm).
RBWSK
power
connector
RBWSK
white connector
4. Refit the electrical box cover.
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Installation
5. Remove the 4 screws retaining the appliance to its
pallet. Snap off the feet attached to the pallet and
discard or recycle.
Gas Supply
Set-up Gas Supply
The gas supply inlet connection is a 1/2” NPT male line
stub located on the rear left hand side of the appliance.
The unit is supplied with a stainless steel flex line to
allow the appliance to be disconnected for service. An
individual shut-off valve (supplied) is required on the
supply line ahead of the flex connector.
Use only new black iron or steel pipes or copper tubing
if acceptable—check local codes. Note that in USA,
copper tubing must be internally tinned for protection
against sulfur compounds.
Unions in gas lines should be of ground joint type.
The gas supply line must be sized and installed to
provide a supply of gas sufficient to meet the maximum
demand of the appliance without undue loss of
pressure.
6. With great care not to cut yourself on the sharp feet,
set the appliance partially into the framing keeping
in mind the need to access the rear of the appliance
to connect the electrical wires.
Sealant used must be resistant to the action of all gas
constituents including LP gas. Sealant should be applied
lightly to male threads to ensure excess sealant does
not enter gas lines.
X
Rear of
appliance
Electrical access/
Junction box
Gas line stub
1/2” male npt
8-5/8”
(219 mm)
7-3/8”
(188 mm)
Left side view
8-3/8”
(213 mm)
2-13/16”
(71 mm)
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Installation
Pressure test the supply line for leaks.
The appliance and its individual shut-off 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).
The appliance must be isolated from the gas supply
piping system by closing its individual manual shut-off
valve during any pressure testing of the gas supply
piping system at test pressures equal to or less than
1/2 psig (3.5 kPa).
Failure to either disconnect or isolate the appliance
during pressure testing may result in regulator or valve
damages and void the warranty. Consult your dealer in
case of damages.
Pressure Test Points
Gas Supply
The pressure test tapping locations are shown in the
figure below. An internal regulator within the valve
controls the burner manifold pressure.
The correct pressure range is shown in the table in
section “Specifications” on page 6.
The pressure check should be made with the burner
alight and at its highest setting. See “Appendix A Lighting Instructions Plate”
Valve Inlet
Pressure
Manifold
Test
Pressure
Manifold pressure
adjustment screw
located behind plastic
mushroom cap.
The minimum supply pressure is given in the section
“Specifications” on page 6.
All piping and connections must be tested for leaks
after installation or servicing. All leaks must be
corrected immediately.
When testing for leaks:
• Make sure that the appliance is turned off.
• Open the manual shut-off valve.
• Test for leaks by applying a liquid detergent or soap
solution to all joints. Bubbles forming indicate a gas leak.
Pressure Testing
WARNING
Never use an open flame to check
for leaks. Correct any leak detedted
immediately.
Place the appliance in final position
1. Taking great care not to cut your hands on the sheet
metal edges, place the appliance in its final position
in the framing. Make sure that the unit is at the right
height with consideration to the height of the hearth or
combustible flooring.
2. Remove carrying handles on both side.
Complete Installation of HeatShift Kit
(required)
See “Appendix D - HeatShift® Installation” on page 72.
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Installation
Install Remote Battery and Wall Switch Kit
RBWSK (required)
The Remote Battery and Wall Switch Kit is provided
with this appliance. It must be connected to the
receiver in the fireplace.
Caution
Remote Battery & Wall Switch Kit
Caution
Do not run the switch wire over the top of the
firebox. Route the wire so it does not contact
the firebox.
3. Connect the harness’ white connector to the auxillary 5-pin junction on the receiver.
Do not put batteries in the receiver as they will
overheat and possiblly leak causing the system
to stop functioning.
Material required
• 4 AA 1.5V alkaline batteries supplied with the engine
• Remote Battery and Wall Switch Kit, which contains:
• 1 Wall Switch
• 2 Screws
• 1 Battery Holder
• 1 Plate with magnets
• 1 Battery Cover assembly
• 1 Harness assembly - 35 ft
• 1 Junction Box
• 1 Cover plate and Screws
• 1 Cable tie
Installation
The receiver is located behind the appliance’s front
panel, at the right of the control valve. It is maintained
in position with Velcro bands.
4. Run the harness assembly to the mounted position of the junction box, securing the harness to
the framing using insulated staples (not supplied).
5. Feed the harness assembly through a restrain on
the rear of the junction box, feeding through until
the harness sheath is pinched by the retainer and
ensuring sufficent length to make the connection
to the rear of the switch and battery holder.
1. From the front of the appliance through the access panel, grab the wire harness threaded from
the back and bring it towards the receiver at the
front of the appliance.
2. Pull out the receiver from its location to connect
the wiring harness power connector to receiver’s
jack.
6. Secure the junction box to the mounting surface
using appropriate fasteners (not supplied).
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Installation
Remote Battery & Wall Switch Kit
7. Align the molex connection on the switch cable of
the harness assembly and connect to switch.
10. Place and secure the
cover plate to the box using 4 screws provided.
11. Feed the cable tie through the 2 side slots of the
battery cover assembly.
12. Position the battery holder to the rear face and
secure together with a cable tie. Note that clearance is required for battery snap connection.
Cable tie
8. Mount the switch plate to the junction box with
2 screws provided. Note: Place the switch left or
right to suit the homeowner wishes.
9. Locate and secure the magnet plates using 2 ‘long’
screws provided.
Side slot
Snap connector
13. Make the snap connection, load 4 AA alkaline
batteries into the holder
(included with fireplace)
then feed back into the
junction box assembly.
Note: Do not put batteries in the receiver, only in
the battery holder by the
wall switch.
Rear view
Front view
14. Test the operation of the wall switch—see Appendix.
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Installation
WiFi Module (optional)
WiFi Module (Optional)
If ordered, the WiFi module (part number GV60WIFI)
will require synchonization and setup to allow the
fireplace to operate on the homeowner’s network.
See the literature that accompanies the WiFi module
kit for instructions to install and set up. See also “Wiring
Diagram” on page 54.
Note: The homeowner will either need to be present
for installation or leave their WiFi password for the
installer to use during setup. Otherwise the installer
can complete the physical installation and leave the
remaining setup instructions for the homeowner.
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Installation
Liners
Ceramic Liners: The ceramic liner panels consist of
three rear sections in one carton and one end panel in a
separate carton. The three sections are fitted into each
other. Two of the sections are identical. Their step edges
go towards the middle to fit into the middle section.
Liners
3. Inside the firebox, at the rear of the top panel, and
on the closed side of the firebox, release the screw
of the 4 panel supports and slide the supports towards the middle of the firebox.
4. Place the end panel, notch at the top, against the
side wall of the firebox and rest it on the ledge. Slide
the panel towards the front of the firebox.
Ceramic liner panel sections—top view
Glass Liners: The glass liner panels consist of three
identical rear sections in one carton and one end panel
in a separate carton.
The Glass Liners install in the same manner and order
as the ceramic panels; however they don’t fit into each
other. They sit beside each other
Installation
1. Unpack the liner panels carefully.
2. Remove the rear media tray (3 screws).
5. Place one rear end panel, top first, against the back
wall of the firebox, square edge outward and step
edge in the center. Slide the panel outward so it is
held behind the mounting support.
step edge
in center
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behind
support
Installation
6. Repeat with the other end panel.
7. Fit the center panel with its step edges overlapping
both end panels.
Liners
11. Two brick retainers and three glass retainers are
supplied with the panels. They are used to hold the
bottom of the rear panels against the rear wall of
the firebox. The brick retainers have a shallower
return and the glass retainers have a deeper return.
Brick retainer with a
shallower return
8. Slide the end panels towards the center and slide
the firebox end panel against the rear to eliminate
any gaps between them.
Glass retainer with a
deeper return
12. Hook one retainer to the back of the firebox rear
wall and fold it over the lip on which sits the ceramic
panel so it holds the panel against the rear wall.
9. Ensure all panels are square against the back wall of
the firebox.
10. Push the 3 panel supports against the top of each
section and tighten the screw.
13. Repeat with the other panels.
14. Re-install the rear media tray (3 screws).
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Installation
Fuel Beds
Long Beach Driftwood 1705DWK
Logs and rocks
Material required
Each log has pegs to help you locate it on the media
tray. Install the logs as shown below using the round
holes.
• Long Beach Driftwood Kit, which contains:
• 6 logs
• 10 pebbles
• 1 bag of vermiculite
Round hole—use
the round holes
Installation
Vermiculite
Carefully unpack the kit.
1. Carefully spread vermiculite by hand on the surface
of burner only, forming a single layer to the approximate level of the top of the flange at the edge of the
burner. Do not pour from the bag and do not pour
too much to avoid blocking the burner ports.
NOTE: Ensure the area within the pilot shield is clear
of vermiculite. Some vermiculite can be deposited
into the pilot safe zone.
Pilot shield
Pilot safe zone
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1. Place the rear left log at the left end of the media
tray as indicated. Its narrow end rests on the vermiculite as indicated.
Installation
2. Place the front left log as indicated.
Fuel Beds
5. Place the right rear log as indicated. The small end
of the log rests on the burner, 1-3/4 inch from the
front edge of the burner.
3. Place the center rear log as indicated.
1-3/4”
4. Add some vermiculite in the media tray at the right
end of the burner and behind as indicated. This vermiculite will help keep the right rear log in position.
6. Place the right cross log on to recess of right rear log
as indicated, ensuring it is firmly located.
37
Installation
Fuel Beds
8. Vermiculite may be added outside the burner on the
platform if desired around the logs.
7. Lightly rotate forward the center rear log and place
the centre cross log onto the rear log as indicated. .
9. Place the rocks on the platform as shown below.
WARNING
CHOKING HAZARD! Ensure that the
fireplace area is clear of vermiculite
particles as these could be ingested
by small children. Vacuum area after
installation.
Long Beach Driftwood Kit installed
38
Installation
Decorative Glass Murano 2200DGM
Material required
• Decorative Glass Murano kit, which contains:
• 1 bag of clear fireglass
• 2-piece glass platform
• 8 ceramic pads
Installation
Carefully unpack the kit.
1. Install the 8 ceramic pads around the burner as indicated. The pads will raise the glass platform.
Fuel Beds
WARNING
CHOKING HAZARD! Ensure that the
fireplace area is clear of fireglass particles
as these could be ingested by small
children. Vacuum area after installation.
IMPORTANT: Approved for use only with the fireglass
provided with your Valor fireplace The use of any
other fireglass products may void your fireplace warranty.
2. Install the front and rear glass platform, smooth side up, on the ceramic pads.
3. Carefully spread the fireglass by hand on the surface of burner forming a single layer to the level of the top edge
of the flange around the burner. Do not pour directly from the bag and do not pour too much to avoid blocking
the burner ports.
NOTE: Ensure the areas within the pilot shield and pilot safe zone are clear of fireglass.
Pilot shield
Pilot safe zone
Decorative Glass Murano installed
39
Installation
Fuel Beds
Decorative Glass Set 2200DGS
Material required
• Decorative Glass set, which contains:
• 4 bags of clear fireglass
Installation
Carefully unpack the kit.
Carefully spread the fireglass by hand on the surface
of burner and the media tray covering the edge of the
burner. Do not pour directly from the bag and do not
pour too much to avoid blocking the burner ports.
Use one bag of fireglass for the burner, one for the rear
media tray and one for the front media tray. Use the
fourth bag to fill up gaps or edges of the burner.
NOTE: Ensure the areas within the pilot shield and pilot
safe zone are clear of fireglass.
Pilot shield
Pilot safe zone
Decorative Glass Set installed
40
WARNING
CHOKING HAZARD! Ensure that the
fireplace area is clear of fireglass particles
as these could be ingested by small
children. Vacuum area after installation.
IMPORTANT: Approved for use only with the fireglass
provided with your Valor fireplace The use of any
other fireglass products may void your fireplace warranty.
Installation
Splitwood Kit 1700SWK
Material required
• Split Wood Kit, which contains:
• 1 bag of splinters
• 1 bag of small embers
• 11 logs
Installation
Fuel Beds
1. Install the logs according to the images below. See
image of full layout of logs in the following pages.
Use the following order: log 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 5, 7, 9, 8, 10
and 11.
Notes
• Log 1 rests on the media tray.
Carefully unpack the kit.
Logs, embers & splinters
Some logs are marked with a number to facilitate
their identification. They also have positioning pins
underneath which fit into the SQUARE holes in the
media tray.
• Log 2 rests on notch of log 1.
1
2
Square hole—use
the square holes
• Log 3 rests across the front corner of the burner.
Some logs straddle the burner; make sure they rest
over the smaller burner ports rather than the larger
ones.
Log 3 detail
Large ports.
Do not place logs on Large ports.
41
Installation
Fuel Beds
• Log 4 straddles the burner, rests on two pieces of
ember—do not cover the large burner ports.
• Log 7 rests on front notch of log 6.
5
7
6
• Log 9 straddles the burner—do not cover the large
burner ports.
• Log 8 rests on the notch of log 9.
• Log 6 straddles the burner—do not cover the large
burner ports.
• Log 5 rests on rear notch of log 6.
8
5
4
7
6
42
9
Installation
• Log 10 rests on the rear and the right edge of the
media tray wrapping around the corner of the
burner. Note: the right side of the log does NOT
touch the window.
Fuel Beds
• Log 11 rests on notch of log 10.
10
11
Log 10 detail
Log 10 detail
43
Installation
Fuel Beds
Logs installed—full layout
2
6
4
3
5
2
4
3
44
7
6
7
10
8
6
11
9
7
1
5
10
8
5
1
9
11
Installation
2. Carefully spread by hand the embers loosely in a
single layer on the surface around the logs. Do not
pour from the bag neither pile up the embers to
avoid blocking the burner ports.
Fuel Beds
4. Spread some splinters to the embers.
NOTE: Ensure the areas within the pilot shield and
pilot safe zone are clear of embers or splinters.
Pilot shield
Pilot safe zone
WARNING
CHOKING HAZARD! Ensure that the
fireplace area is clear of embers/splinters
particles as these could be ingested
by small children. Vacuum area after
installation.
3. Use the embers to cover the edge of the burner and
the round holes.
IMPORTANT: Approved for use only with the ceramic embers and splinters provided with your Valor
fireplace The use of any other products may void your
fireplace warranty.
1700SWK installed
45
Installation
Fuel Beds
Rocks & Shale Set 1714RSS
Material required
• Rock & Shale Set, which contains:
• 1/2lb-bag of 3/4” grey shale
• 1/2lb-bag of 3/4” black shale
• 5 twigs
• 34 rocks
3. Place the twigs on the rocks as shown.
Note: The position of the twigs are specific to obtain
the best flame pattern. The twigs should not rest
flat on the shale bed. Their position across the shale
bed allows some air underneath.
a. Place the one of the curvy twigs as indicated.
Installation
Carefully unpack the kit.
1. Mix the black and grey shale pieces and spread
them by hand in one layer thick on top of the burner. Do not pour from the bag and do not overfill to
avoid blocking burner ports!
b. Place a short Y twig on the rocks behind the pilot
shield; rest the other end on the shale bed.
NOTE: Ensure the areas within the pilot shield, on
the pilot shield and in pilot safe zone are clear of
shale. Do not put rocks on the pilot shield!
Pilot shield
Pilot safe zone
2. Place rocks around the shale bed as indicated.
These rocks will be used to support the twigs.
The rocks used is not important.
46
Installation
Fuel Beds
c. Place the long Y twig as indicated.
WARNING
CHOKING HAZARD! Ensure that the
fireplace area is clear of shale pieces as
these could be ingested by small children.
Vacuum area after installation.
IMPORTANT: Approved for use only with the ceramic
rocks, twigs and shale provided with your Valor fireplace The use of any other products may void your
fireplace warranty.
d. Place the other short Y twig as indicated.
e. Place the other curvy twig as indicated.
4. Install the remaining rocks around the shale bed.
Do not put any rock on the pilot shield! Do not put
rocks on the shale!
The acceptable variations are only for rocks installed
outside of the shale bed.
Suggested positions for additional rocks around shale bed
Pilot shield
47
Installation
Window Re-Installation
To refit the window:
1. Remove any fuel bed media particle from the window bottom rail before installing the window.
2. Ensure the gasket is well fitted to the bottom of the
window pane.
Bottom railing
48
Window
pane side
frame
3. Insert the window behind the appliance’s front
panel and lower it into its bottom rail.
4. Push the top of the window pane against the firebox. Ensure it is centered on the firebox so it seals
properly.
5. While you hold it, pull down and hook one of the
spring-loaded levers onto the window top black
frame using the door handle. Repeat with the
other lever.
Installation
6. Apply firm hand pressure around the window pane
particularly on the top and sides to ensure the
window is sealed tight against
the firebox.
ENSURE THE FRONT WINDOW’S SILICONE GASKETS
ARE WELL SEALED, FROM TOP
TO BOTTOM, TO THE SIDE
WINDOWS!
Window Re-Installation
WARNING
The window units must be correctly
installed, fastened and sealed after
servicing or serious bodily injury and/or
damage to the fireplace may result.
To ensure safe operation:
• Double-check that the bottom of each
window frame is correctly installed in
the bottom support railing;
• Verify that the retainer hooks are
hooked properly to the top angle
brackets;
• Pull out the top of each side window and
release it to ensure the springs return it;
• Ensure the window is sealed before
operation.
7. If the Hot Glass Warning plate has been removed
from the front lower corner of the window, reinstall it by sliding it between the glass and the
frame as indicated.
WARNING
Failure to install the window correctly
can:
• cause carbon monoxide to leak.
• affect the performance of the fireplace.
• damage components.
• cause overheating resulting in angerous
conditions.
Damage caused by incorrect window
installation is not covered by the Valor
Warranty.
Hot Glass Warning Plate
49
Installation
Remote Control Set-Up
Pair Remote Control Receiver to Handset
The receiver and the handset of the remote control system must be initially synchronized before the first use.
The receiver is located on the bottom of the fireplace
behind the front panel under the valve heat shield. The
battery holder is located next to the wall switch.
Battery
holder
& wall
switch
Fireplace
Gas valve
Receiver
RESET
Reset button
The receiver and gas valve are located on the bottom of the
fireplace behind the front panel under the valve heat shield.
The battery holder is located next to the wall switch.
1. Insert two 1.5 V AAA alkaline batteries in the handset.
2. Behind the front panel of the appliance, slide the
valve heat shield to the right and locate the receiver.
Detach it from the Velcro and pull it out.
Valve heat shield
Top view—Valve heat shield closed
Valve
heat shield
3. Locate the Reset button on the top side of the receiver.
4. With a thin object, press and hold the receiver’s
RESET button until you hear one short and one long
beeps. After the second beep, release the reset button.
5. Within the subsequent 20 seconds, press and hold the
button on the remote handset.
will be displayed on the
handset during the pairing sequence. You will hear two short
beeps confirming the pairing is
done.
This is a one time pairing only
and is not required when changing the batteries of
the handset or battery holder. The remote control
system is now ready to use.
6. If you hear one long beep, the pairing sequence has
failed or the wiring is incorrect.
Valve
Receiver
V-module Valve heat shield
Top view—Slide valve heat shield opened
7. Put the valve heat shield back in place, over the
valve, receiver and v-module.
WARNING
ALWAYS PUT THE VALVE HEAT SHIELD
BACK IN PLACE over the valve, receiver
and v-module! Otherwise, the controls can
overheat and the fireplace stop working.
50
Installation
Remote Control Set-Up
Install Remote Control Handset Wall Holder
The remote control kit for this fireplace comes complete
with a wall-mounted holder. This holder is not required
in all installations but is provided as an optional feature
for those customers who wish to mount the remote
handset to the wall.
To install the holder to the wall, find a convenient
location and use the hardware provided with the kit.
Cover the screws with the included caps to finish the
mounting.
Once mounted, the holder is magnetic - simply place
the remote gently into the holder.
IMPORTANT: The location of the remote control handset
is important to assure proper temperature regulation.
To obtain a constant temperature, we recommend that
the handset should be between 3 and 15 feet away
from the appliance but not directly above it. We also
advise that the handset should be located away from
any other heat source and not in direct sunlight as
this may affect the temperature sensor located in the
remote handset.
51
Installation
Check Operation
Turn the fireplace flame up and down using the
remote control to confirm that the full range of
inputs is achieved—see the remote control operation
instructions in Appendix.
Set Aeration (if necessary)
Light the fire and allow the unit to warm up for 10–15
minutes to evaluate the flame picture. The burner is
equipped with an adjustable shutter to control primary
aeration. The shutter is factory-set to an aeration gap
which will give optimum performance for the vast
majority of installations.
Depending of fuel bed used, altitude and other
considerations, the flame picture may be improved by
adjusting the aeration. The need for adjustment should
be determined only by operating the appliance with the
fuel bed, liners and window installed and evaluating the
flame picture after a 15-minute warm-up.
Check Operation
To access the air shutter, remove the barrier screen and
the base plate. The air shutter lever is located in front
of the firebox behind the appliance front panel. Adjust
the shutter by using a screwdriver as a lever to slide the
shutter left or right.
Air Shutter
Set air shutter with
a screwdriver
Close
Increasing aeration will cause the flames to appear
more transparent and blue showing more ceramic
effects glow.
Decreasing aeration will cause the flames to appear
more yellow or orange showing less ceramic effects
glow.
Too little aeration may result in black carbon forming
and dropping into the firebox.
52
Open
Installation
Reinstall Window Sill
1. Place the window sill on the fireplace’s flange with
the magnets behind the fireplace’s front panel.
Barrier Screen & Window Sill
Install Barrier Screen
WARNING
For safety purposes, make sure the
barrier screen is installed on the
fireplace after maintenance.
1. Place the side screen on the window sill of the appliance opening, magnets inboard against plate flange.
Push top against top plate flange.
2. Push the sill down ensuring that the magnets underneath slide behind the fireplace’s front panel.
2. Place the front screen, magnets inboard, against the
ridge of the window sill; push the top of the screen
against the ridge of the top plate. The front screen
frame overlaps the side screen.
3. Ensure that the screens are secure.
3. Pull the sill forward so it is flush with the fireplace’s
front flange.
53
Wiring Diagram
MAN Knob
AC Power
Battery Holder
Main Valve Knob
Lights
120V
Low voltage
RBWSK
LIGHT
V-Module
Interruptor
Block
black
8-Wire Cable (bundled)
POWER
Combination Control Valve
red
IGNITOR
PILOT
Thermocouple
Connector
yellow
Wifi
Module
red
Antenna
PANEL
(optional)
Receiver
Battery Holder
RESET Button
LX2 Series Wire Diagram
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Commonwealth of Massachusetts
State of Massachusetts Carbon Monoxide
Detector/Vent Terminal Signage
Requirements
For all side wall horizontally vented gas fueled
equipment installed in every dwelling, building or
structure used in whole or in part for residential
purposes, including those owned or operated by the
Commonwealth and where the side wall exhaust
vent termination is less than seven (7) feet above
finished grade in the area of the venting, including
but not limited to decks and porches, the following
requirements shall be satisfied:
1. INSTALLATION OF CARBON MONOXIDE DETECTORS.
At the time of installation of the side wall horizontal
vented gas fueled equipment, the installing plumber
or gas fitter shall observe that a hard wired carbon
monoxide detector with an alarm and battery back-up
is installed on the floor level where the gas equipment
is to be installed. In addition, the installing plumber
or gas fitter shall observe that a battery operated
or hard wired carbon monoxide detector with an
alarm is installed on each additional level of the
dwelling, building or structure served by the side wall
horizontal vented gas fueled equipment. It shall be
the responsibility of the property owner to secure
the services of qualified licensed professionals for the
installation of hard wired carbon monoxide detectors.
a. In the event that the side wall horizontally vented
gas fueled equipment is installed in a crawl space or an
attic, the hard wired carbon monoxide detector with
alarm and battery back-up may be installed on the next
adjacent floor level.
2. APPROVED CARBON MONOXIDE DETECTORS. Each
carbon monoxide detector as required in accordance
with the above provisions shall comply with NFPA 720
and be ANSI/UL 2034 listed and IAS certified.
3. SIGNAGE. A metal or plastic identification plate
shall be permanently mounted to the exterior of the
building at a minimum height of eight (8) feet above
grade directly in line with the exhaust vent terminal for
the horizontally vented gas fueled heating appliance or
equipment. The sign shall read, in print size no less than
one-half (1/2) inch in size, “GAS VENT DIRECTLY BELOW.
KEEP CLEAR OF ALL OBSTRUCTIONS”.
4. INSPECTION. The state or local gas inspector of the
side wall horizontally vented gas fueled equipment shall
not approve the installation unless, upon inspection,
the inspector observes carbon monoxide detectors and
signage installed in accordance with the provisions of
248 CMR 5.08(2)(a)1 through 4.
(b) EXEMPTIONS: The following equipment is exempt
from 248 CMR 5.08(2)(a)1 through 4:
1. The equipment listed in Chapter 10 entitled
“Equipment Not Required To Be Vented” in the most
current edition of NFPA 54 as adopted by the Board;
and
2. Product Approved side wall horizontally vented gas
fueled equipment installed in a room or structure
separate from the dwelling, building or structure used
in whole or in part for residential purposes.
b. In the event that the requirements of this subdivision
can not be met at the time of completion of installation,
the owner shall have a period of thirty (30) days
to comply with the above requirements; provided,
however, that during said thirty (30) day period, a
battery operated carbon monoxide detector with an
alarm shall be installed.
57
Commonwealth of Massachusetts
(c) MANUFACTURER REQUIREMENTS - GAS EQUIPMENT
VENTING SYSTEM PROVIDED. When the manufacturer
of Product Approved side wall horizontally vented
gas equipment provides a venting system design or
venting system components with the equipment,
the instructions provided by the manufacturer for
installation of the equipment and the venting system
shall include:
1. Detailed instructions for the installation of the
venting system design or the venting system
components; and
2. A complete parts list for the venting system design or
venting system.
(d) MANUFACTURER REQUIREMENTS - GAS
EQUIPMENT VENTING SYSTEM NOT PROVIDED.
When the manufacturer of a Product Approved side
wall horizontally vented gas fueled equipment does
not provide the parts for venting the flue gases, but
identifies “special venting systems”, the following
requirements shall be satisfied by the manufacturer:
1. The referenced “special venting system” instructions
shall be included with the appliance or equipment
installation instructions; and
2. The “special venting systems” shall be Product
Approved by the Board, and the instructions for that
system shall include a parts list and detailed installation
instructions.
(e) A copy of all installation instructions for all Product
Approved side wall horizontally vented gas fueled
equipment, all venting instructions, all parts lists
for venting instructions, and/or all venting design
instructions shall remain with the appliance or
equipment at the completion of the installation.
58
Spare Parts
1
2
3
Description
Part No.
Vent reducer - converts to 4 x 6-5/8”
58DVA-X46
39
Module tray gasket - short (2)
4006257
4005724
40
Block/pipe connector
4006689
4005723
41
Gas supply line
4006688
4006888X
42
Flex line c/w flare to flare fittings
4000345
Window assembly - left - LJN/LJP
Window assembly - right - RJN/RJP
Side screen assembly
Description
Part No.
4
Exhaust restrictors (2)
4005911
5
Rear panels retaining brackets (3)
4005907
6
End panel retaining bracket
4006740
44
Thermocurrent interruptor
4001037
7
Wire cover
4006270
45
Nut olive - pilot fitting
220K913
8
Electrical passage gasket
9
Burner assembly
10
11
43
GV60 Gas valve assy - natural gas
4003986X
GV60 Gas valve assy - propane gas
4003987X
4006274
46
V-Module
4002530
4006942AH
47
Receiver ‘CC’ 2-way
4005597
Media tray - rear
4005939BY
48
Wire harness GV60
4001187
Pilot cover
4005940BY
49
Yellow cable to interrupter
4002096
12
Media tray - front
4005938BY
50
Red cable to interrupter
4001035
13a
Door gasket - front
4006238A
51
Ignition cable sleeve 530 mm
4002244
Door gasket - side
13b
14
4006238B
52
Ignition cable 500 mm
4001039
Window assembly - front
4005722
53
Comfort Control wall holder
4004459
15
Silicone window seals (2)
4005846
54
10-button SYMAX handset black
4007548
16
Door handle
4006269
55
Remote Battery & Wall Switch Kit
RBWSKX
17
Door retainer assembly (2)
4005913
55a
Junction box
4005527
18
Hot Glass warning plate
4003093
55b
Cover plate & 4 screws
4005526
19
Light assembly - upper
4005725
55c
Battery holder
4005525
20
Bi-pin halogen bulb GY6.35 20 W (3)
4005700
55d
Cable tie
4005524
21
Front screen assembly
4006797X
55e
Harness assembly
4005523
22
23
24
25
26
Burner module assy - natural gas
4006685KS
55f
Plate with magnets
4005391
Burner module assy - propane gas
4006154KS
55g
Long screws (4)
4001444
Pilot assembly (natural gas)
4006738
55h
Wall switch with 2 screws
4005522
Pilot assembly (propane gas)
4006739
55i
Battery cover assembly
4005390
56
Plug pilot
4000726
Pilot injector #51 (natural gas)
4000735
Pilot injector #30 (propane gas)
4000736
Pilot injector #51 (natural gas)
4000735
57
Ceramic liner panels - complete set
Fluted Black Liners
2200FBL
Limestone Liners
2200LML
Rear panel—center
Pilot injector #30 (propane gas)
4000736
Fluted Black
4003955
27
Thermocouple
4000061
Limestone
4005779
28
Pilot tube
4000732
Pilot hood 2-flame
4000730
Fluted Black (2)
4003727
4001855
Limestone (2)
4005778
29
30
31
32
Extended nut
Electrode
4001856
Gas orifice DMS #32 (natural gas)
4007000-32
Gas orifice DMS #49 (propane gas)
4007000-49
58
59
Rear panel—sides
Ceramic panel retainers
Fluted Black (2)
4006499X
Limestone (2)
4006499X
60
Reflective Glass Liners
2200RGL
4006649
61
Panel retainers (3)
4006500X
4006594
62
Glass panels (3)
4005845
33
Pilot gaskets (2)
4000715
34
Pilot stand extrusion
35
Air shutter
63
End panel (LJ and RJ appliances)
36
Air shutter arm
4006582
37
Pivot bracket
4006583
Fluted black end panel
2200FBP
38
Module tray gasket - long (2)
4006256
Limestone end panel
2200LMP
59
Spare Parts
Description
64
65
Reflective glass end panel
Murano Glass Set
Part No.
Description
Part No.
2200RGP
102
Splinters grey, bagged
4005813
2200DGM
103
Small embers, bagged
4006134
104
Split Wood Logs
66
1/2” clear fireglass
4004521
67
1/4” ceramic pads (8)
4006367
Log #1
4006122
68
Murano glass platform - front
4005729
Log #2
4006123
69
Murano glass platform - rear
4005738
Log #3
4006124
2200DGS
Log #4
4006125
4004521
Log #5
4006126
70
71
Decorative Glass Set
1/2” clear fireglass (4 bags)
1705DWK
Log #6
4006127
73
Rear log
4002938
Log #7
4006128
72
Long Beach Driftwood Kit
4006196
74
LH end log
4002965
Log #8
4006129
75
LH front log
4002967
Log #9
4006130
76
Center cross log
4003721
Log #10
4006131
77
RH rear log
4003928
Log #11
4006132
78
RH Cross log
4003929
79
Brown beach pebble
4003082
80
Grey beach pebble (2)
4003083
81
Small grey beach pebble
4003086
82
White beach pebble (2)
4003084
83
Black beach pebble (2)
4003085
84
Small beige beach pebbles (2)
4003087
Grade 1A vermiculite, bagged
4002940
85
86
Rocks & Shale Set
1714RSS
87
LH twig
4001827
88
LH twig - short (2)
4001827S
89
RH twig (2)
4001828
90
Grey Rock S4-A (7)
4002338
91
Dark Grey Rock S4-A (5)
4002339
92
Grey Rock S4-B (5)
4002340
93
Dark Grey Rock S4-B (8)
4002341
94
No 7 Grey 5 Matte pitted rock
4002650
95
No 9 Grey 5 Matte rock (2)
4002652
96
No 11 Grey 3 Matte rock (2)
4002654
97
No 14 Grey 9 Gloss rock
4002657
98
No 16 Warm Grey 3 Gloss pitted rock (2)
4002659
99
No 17 Grey 5 Gloss pitted rock
4002660
100
101
60
Shale 3/4” - grey, black 0.5lb ea
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4004792
1700SWK
105
GV60 Valve Repair Kit
4004544
Spare Parts
1
6
5 (3)
4 (2)
20 (3)
7
8
14
9
13a
18
2
10
3
12
19
11
17 (2)
21
13b
16
15 (2)
23-29
30-31
33
22
55b
55e
34
32
55a
33
35
55c
55g
36
38
39
55f
55d
55
38
42
43
55h
55i
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40
41
46
44
54
45
51
102
49
53
48
47
52
50
61
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58
56
2200RGP
2200FBP
2200LMP
63
57
59 (2)
64
58
2200DGM
67 (8)
62
62
66
60
61 (3)
69
72
62
68
1705DWK
73
76
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65
71 (4)
70
74
77
86
78
75
81
80
82
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85
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91
92
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87
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90
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101
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102
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97
100
103
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6
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98
(2)
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62
96
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10
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Rules and with Industry Canada licenseexempt RSS standard(s). Operation is subject
to the following two conditions:
(1) this device may not cause harmful
interference, and
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received, including interference that may
cause undesired operation.
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Appendix B - Remote Control Operation
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Appendix C - Wall Switch Operation
The Wall Switch can be used to
control your fireplace. You can
turn the pilot on or off and you can
increase or decrease the flame height.
Adjusting Flame Height
Press and hold large flame
button
to gradually increase flame height.
Note that the thermostat and
programming functions are not
available with the wall switch.
Turning Appliance ON and OFF
Press ON-OFF button once to light
pilot. Press again to shut off pilot.
Press and hold small flame
button
to gradually decrease flame height.
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Appendix D - HeatShift® Installation
Planning Installation: LX with HeatShift®
Planning for use with the following Valor Heater Models ONLY: 2200J, 2200K
Application
The HeatShift® convection duct kit redistributes the
warm air ȵow away from the ȴreplace opening to
a more desirable location using natural convection
without use of a fan.
Plenums LKD1, LDK3 or LDK4: the warm air ȵow is
relocated to a position higher up the wall, out the
sidewalls, or even to an adjacent room.
Termination Plates LDK7: the warm air ȵow is
discharged through a gap (min. 2-1/2”) between the wall
above the ȴreplace and the ceiling. LDK7’s discharge
opening must be located in the same room as the
fireplace.
The result is much cooler wall temperatures above the
ȴreplace opening for locating televisions, artwork, etc.
Any kit, LDK1, LDK3, LDK4 or LDK7 may be used on LX2.
5-inch diameter duct used with this kit must be metal
and meet requirements of UL-181 Class 1 Air Duct.
Flexible aluminum duct is acceptable provided it meets
the UL-181 Class 1 requirements.
Kits
There are 4 kits to choose from:
•
•
•
•
LDK1—48” Plenum
LDK3—14” Plenums (2), includes grilles
LDK4—38” Plenum
LDK7—Duct Termination Plates (2)—for wall valance
discharge ONLY
Optional accessories
• LDK2—48” Finishing Frame, to use with LDK1
• LDK5—38” Finishing Frame, to use with LDK4
• LDK6— 5” dia Aluminum 2-ply Flex Kit—
2 x 10’–0” lengths, may be cut to required length
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ɄWARNING
DO NOT cover or place objects in front of
or on top of air outlet(s). AVOID locating
outlet within 7 feet above ȵoor level as
discharge temperatures are hot!
ɄWARNING
When placing discharge close to ceilings,
staining or streaking may occur on light
colored ceilings due to any dust, etc. in air
ȵow; placing plenum(s) lower on the wall
will help reduce the possibility of staining
or streaking.
Appendix D - HeatShift® Installation
Kits Contents
LDK1
48” x 2”
LDK4
38” x 2”
4 take-off collars
included
4 take-off collars
included
39-5/8”
(1007 mm)
49-5/8”
(1261 mm)
LDK5 (supplied separately)
38” frame, white
LDK2 (supplied separately)
48” frame, white
3-5/8”
(92 mm)
3-5/8”
(92 mm)
LDK3
2 - 14” x 6”
15-3/4”
(400 mm)
7-3/4”
(197 mm)
4 take-off collars
included
LDK6
2 - 10’ x 5” (aluminum ȵex)
2 - 14” x 6” grilles
included, white
LDK7
2 Duct termination plates
4 take-off collars
included
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Appendix D - HeatShift® Installation
Suggested Conȴgurations
Not to scale
LX2 Series
ɄWARNING
Side wall outlets using LDK3
Note - Vertical 6-5/8” venting straight off the
2200 will pass by notched plenum without
offsetting the vent. If using 8” vertical venting,
a 20” deep cavity may not accomodate the
plenum. Adjust cavity depth accordingly.
Front wall outlet using LDK1 or LDK4
Note - When using LDK7, the discharge opening
must be located in the same room as the fireplace.
With LDK7
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The plenum duct kits are approved
for horizontal discharge ONLY. The
termination duct plates are approved
for vertical upward discharge ONLY. DO
NOT install plenum or termination plates
in ȵoor or ceiling. DO NOT COVER OR
PLACE objects in front of or on top of air
outlet(s). AVOID locating outlet within
7 feet of the ȵoor level as discharge air
temperatures are hot!
DO NOT DISCHARGE THROUGH
EXTERIOR WALLS!
Appendix D - HeatShift® Installation
Overview (applies to LKD1, LDK3 and LDK4 kits)
Ceiling
Min. 30”, Max. 12’-0”
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clearance to
combustibles
around pipe
Min. 2-1/2”
clearance
to ceiling
LX2 5-1/4”
LX2 17”
LX2 33-1/4”
Flexible or rigid,
5” diameter
UL-181, Class 1
Air Duct (4)
(use LDK6 kit
or equivalent)
LX2 11”
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Appendix D - HeatShift® Installation
Overview (applies to LDK7 kit)
Note - Discharge opening must be located in the
same room as fireplace when using LDK7.
Ceiling
Flexible or rigid,
5” diameter
UL-181, Class 1
Air Duct (4)
(use LDK6 kit
or equivalent)
Min. 1”
clearance to
combustibles
around pipe
Min. 30”, Max. 12’-0”
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LX2 17”
LX2 33-1/4”
LX2 5-1/4”
LX2 11”
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Appendix D - HeatShift® Installation
X
30”
24”
36”
36”
42”
48”
48”
60”
54”
72”
60”
84”
66”
96”
12’-0”
96” Max.
LDK 1, LDK 3 or LDK 4
Ceiling
Min. 2-1/2”
clearance
to ceiling
8”
Min. bend
radius
+
5”
Support horizontal
sections of pipe using
strapping every 24”
Min. 1”
clearance to
combustibles
around pipes
Vertical Rise
‘Y’
(Min. 30”
Max. 12’-0”)
4
5” Min. bend
radius
12
DO NOT RUN
pipe horizontal.
Minimum slope 4:12
Top of fireplace
Maximum allowable Horizontal Offset
‘X’
(offset for take-off
that’s furthest away)
Min. 2-1/2” opening required at ceiling
Ceiling
LDK 7 - Duct
Termination Plates
14”
min.
Min. bend
radius
+
5”
Support horizontal
sections of pipe using
strapping every 24”
Min. 1”
clearance to
combustibles
around pipes
Vertical Rise
‘Y’
(Min. 30”
Max. 12’-0”)
4
5” Min. bend
radius
+
Vertical Rise
Max. Allowable
Horizontal
Offset
+
Y
12
DO NOT RUN
pipe horizontal.
Minimum slope 4:12
Top of fireplace
Maximum allowable Horizontal Offset
‘X’
(offset for take-off
that’s furthest away)
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Appendix D - HeatShift® Installation
Plenum Dimensions
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3-5/8”
11-1/2”
7-7/8”
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11-1/2”
mounting
bracket and
1-1/2” standoff
48” LDK 1
CL
3”
1/2”
standoffs
2”
1/2”
standoff
12” LDK 1
14” LDK 1
8”
mounting
bracket and
1/2” standoff
12” LDK 1
4”
5” dia.
collars (4)
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11-1/2”
7-7/8”
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11-1/2”
mounting
bracket and
1-1/2” standoff
38” LDK 4
CL
3”
1/2”
standoffs
2”
5” dia.
collars (4)
1/2”
standoff
4”
8”
14”
8”
4”
4”
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8”
mounting
bracket and
1/2” standoff
8”
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each end for
optional
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connection
Appendix D - HeatShift® Installation
Plenum Dimensions (cont’d)
14”
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1/2” wallboard
11-1/2”
mounting
bracket and
1-1/2” standoff
CL
3”
1/2”
standoffs
6”
8”
1/2”
standoff
5” dia.
collars (2)
mounting
bracket and
1/2” standoff
7”
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9-3/4”
LDK7 Plates Dimensions
9-3/4”
2-1/2”
19-1/2”
Warning
Label
16”
Stand-offs
(folds down for shipping)
Stand-offs
13-1/2”
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5” dia.
collars (4)
4-1/2”
7”
4-1/2”
9-3/4”
9-3/4”
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Appendix D - HeatShift® Installation
Rough Frame Openings
LDK 1 = 49”
LDK 4 = 39”
LDK 3 = 15”
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Framing and Clearances
Use steel stud
for LX2 appliances
See Installation
Manual packed
with appliance
for minimum
combustible
cavity dimensions
Note - Min. cavity
dimensions may
be dictated by
LDK plenum when
installing across
corners.
!
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See detail
2 x 4 steel stud
5”
Framing on edge
Rough
Frame
Opening
LDK 1 = 4”
LDK 4 = 4”
LDK 3 = 8”
Rough Frame Opening
LDK 1 = 49”
LDK 4 = 39”
LDK 3 = 15”
Min. 1/2”
clearance to
combustibles
at ends
LX2 models
using 8” venting
may require a
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clear the plenum.
Appendix D - HeatShift® Installation
Framing and Clearances
LDK 1 & 4
Min. 2-1/2” clearance to ceiling
4”
Ceiling
1/2”
5”
Framing
“on edge”
1-1/2” min. clearance
to combustibles (top)
1/2” min.
clearance to
combustibles
rear & sides
2 x 4 on edge
to support
plenum.
Maintain 1”
clearance
to pipes
2” min. clearance
to combustibles
(use steel stud for
LX2 appliances)
1” min.
clearance to
combustibles
all around pipes
LDK 3
Min. 2-1/2” clearance to ceiling
8”
Ceiling
1/2”
Framing
“on edge”
2” min. clearance
to combustibles
(use steel stud for
LX2 appliances)
1-1/2” min. clearance
to combustibles (top)
1/2” min.
clearance to
combustibles
rear & sides
1” min.
clearance to
combustibles
all around pipes
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Appendix D - HeatShift® Installation
Wall Valance Discharge Opening using LDK7—Duct Termination Plates
Minimum length
of opening, front
and sides
LX2 - 2200 = 50“
2-1/2” min.
Ceiling
Continuous ceiling
required within cavity
Plate stand-off
See clearances
to combustibles
next page
14” min.
Note: Staining or streaking may occur
on light colored ceilings due to any
dust, etc. in air flow. Maximizing the
opening size will help reduce any
staining or streaking.
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construction
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with appliance for minimum
combustible cavity dimensions
Non-combustible
cement board
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4”
Wall finish required
to form plenum
above duct
termination plates
2 x 4 on edge to support
plates as necessary maintain 1” clearance to pipes
Min. 1” clearance
around pipes
Vertical vent can pass between
duct termination plates
Appendix D - HeatShift® Installation
LDK7 Clearances to Combustibles
4”
Perimeter of plates
may be trimmed to
suit installation
4”
19-1/2”
4”
Stand-off
4”
Stand-off
16”
Non-combustible
zone above plates
7RS9LHZ
4”
4”
4”
4”
13-1/2”
13-1/2”
Stand-offs
Combustible framing
allowed below plates
5” dia. pipes maintain 1” clearance
to combustible materials
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Appendix D - HeatShift® Installation
3. Install the plenum(s) into the rough frame opening
maintaining minimum clearances to combustibles
as listed—see page 10. Fix the plenum to the framing using nails or screws through the top mounting
bracket. Note that the mounting brackets are not
intended to carry the weight of the plenum and
pipes. Provide support to the underside of the
plenum and ensure the plenum is level and its
outlet is not distorted (see detail on page 11). Use
metal strapping (all-round, not supplied) as required
to further secure the plenum to framing.
4. Attach one section of UL-181, Class 1 approved air
duct to each of the collars and secure it with gear
clamps provided. DO NOT SPLICE DUCTS!
ɄWARNING
All FOUR (4) takeoffs MUST BE
CONNECTED TO PLENUM(S).
Install Plenum Kits (LDK1, LDK3 & LDK4)
—see next page for LDK7 Duct Termination
Plates
1. Frame a rough opening at the desired location—see
earlier sections of this manual for allowable plenum
positions and rough frame opening sizes.
2. Install top mounting bracket(s) to the plenum using
screws provided (use the short sheet metal screws
provided otherwise the screw tails (ends) will interfere with the ȴnishing frame when installed).
5. Attach the top of the pipe sections to the plenum
securing them with the gear clamps provided. An
upward slope must be maintained in horizontal sections of pipes for proper convection. Use straps as
necessary to maintain the pipes positions. Support
horizontal sections every 24 inches.
6. Paint the inside surfaces of the plenum using hightemperature ȵat black spray paint for installations
where the inside of the plenums may be visible.
Note: The ȵanges of the white ȴnishing frame (when
used) will insert approximately 1-1/4” into the plenum covering the shiny sheet metal.
7. Install the ȴnishing frame or louver to the plenum
after the wall ȴnish is completed:
LDK1, LDK4: Use the LDK2 or LDK5 depending of the
length of the plenum.
LDK3: Use the grilles provided with the kit.
Note: The frame/louver are ȴnished white but
may be painted another color if desired; use high
temperature paint (250ºF). You may also ȴnish
up to the perimeter of the plenum opening with
your material of choice and not use the frame or
louver. Do not ȴnish over any of the opening in
the plenum outlet.
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8. Continue with the ȴreplace installation.
Appendix D - HeatShift® Installation
4. Attach one section of UL-181, Class 1 approved air
duct to each of the collars and secure it with gear
clamps provided. DO NOT SPLICE DUCTS!
5. Attach the top of the pipe sections to the duct termination plates securing them with the gear clamps
provided. An upward slope must be maintained in
horizontal sections of pipes for proper convection.
Use straps as necessary to maintain the pipes positions. Support horizontal sections every 24 inches.
6. Continue with the ȴreplace installation.
Repair Parts List
Description
ɄWARNING
All FOUR (4) takeoffs MUST BE
CONNECTED TO PLENUM(S).
Install Duct Termination Plates (LKD7)
—see previous page for LDK1, LDK3 & LDK4
Plenum kits
1. Frame a rough opening and platform at the desired
location—see earlier sections of this manual for allowable duct termination plates positions and rough
frame opening sizes.
LDK1
LDK2
48” Quad Hot Air Plenum Kit
48” x 2” quad plenum
4005476
5” take-off collars (4)
4005478
Top mounting bracket/standoffs
4007211
#8 slotted drive screws 1/4” (7)
798601
48” Outlet Frame Kit for LDK1
Aux Frame-SPL 48” x 2” white
LDK3
2. On each duct termination plate, rotate both stando΍s to the vertical position and secure in place using
screws provided.
LDK4
LDK5
14” x 6” double plenums (2)
4005464
5” take-off collars (4)
4005478
DABL-00-C-SPL 14” x 6” Grilles white (2)
4005614
Top mounting bracket/standoffs (2)
4005566
LDK6
LDK7
798601
38” Quad Hot Air Plenum Kit
38” x 2” quad plenum
4005477
5” take-off collars (4)
4005478
Top mounting bracket/standoffs
4007213
#8 slotted drive screws 1/4” (7)
798601
38” Outlet Frame Kit for LDK4
Aux Frame-SPL 38” x 2” white
3. Install the termination plates into the framing ensuring collars/pipes on underside of plates maintain
1 inch clearance to combustibles and clearance to
combustible above the plates are maintained as
listed on page 13.
The termination plates perimeter may be trimmed
as necessary to accommodate framing. Secure the
termination plate to framing using screws or nails to
avoid movement.
4005612
14” Double Hot Air Plenums Kit
#8 slotted drive screws 1/4” (6)
2 stand-offs per plate
Part no.
4005613
5” Aluminum 2-ply Flex Kit
5” dia 10’ (uncompressed) aluminum
chimney liners (2)
4005635
4.5” - 6.5” ss gear clamps (8)
4005642
Duct Termination Plates
Plate and collar assembly (2)
4006747
5” take-off collars (4)
4005478
Screws 8 x 3/8 tap PN HD PH (12)
100A757
Each LDK kit is sold separately.
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Appendix D - HeatShift® Installation
LDK1
LDK4
LDK5
LDK2
LDK6
LDK3
LDK7
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