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Valor Quick Guide Guide
SAFETY AND SAVINGS
Your Valor
Remote Control
®
We hope you enjoy your
Valor® Radiant Gas Fireplace.
Refer to these simple remote
control instructions and
keep them handy to enjoy
your fireplace to the fullest.
For our video guide, visit
valorfireplaces.com/remote
Sincerely,
The Valor Family,
Valor Fireplaces
BRREM19E
GETTING STARTED
Turn on your fireplace.
Press
OFF and high
Takes up to 20 seconds.
flame button until you hear beeping.
Choose Fahrenheit 12-hour or
Celsius 24-hour clock.
Press
OFF and low
flame button to change display.
Set time.
1. Press high
until time
and low flame buttons
flashes.
6:00
2. To set hour— press high
3. To set minutes— press low
flame button.
flame button.
GETTING STARTED
Remote Control
Adjust flames.
To turn up, press high
To turn down, press low
flame button.
flame button.
Pilot only.
Press low flame button until
the fireplace flames shut off.
Turn your pilot off.
Press
OFF.
WALL SWITCH
Wall Switch
Turn on your fireplace.
Press ON-OFF button
until you hear beeps.
Turn fire and pilot off.
Press ON-OFF button
until fireplace and
pilot flame shut off.
You can’t control the thermostat
or timer with the wall switch.
Use remote instead.
SAFETY SAVINGS
5–Day Pilot Shutdown
If there is no activity after five days, the Valor SmartPilot
System automatically shuts off the pilot.
Benefit
The 5 day pilot shutdown is ideal if you happen to be away from
home for an extended period of time or don’t need the heat
during warmer Spring and Summer months—you could save
up to 5 months of unnecessary pilot consumption per year.
6–Hour Turndown
If your fireplace flame height hasn’t changed and you haven’t
used your remote for 6 hours, your ValorStat Remote Control
System automatically turns your fireplace down to pilot.
Benefit
Save money in the long run. Use the temperature and timer
modes to maximize your heating experience even more.
FAN
SAFETY
AND
AND
LIGHTING
SAVINGS
Circulating fan*
Adjust fan.
Click SET button until
fan flashes.
• To increase fan speed— press high
• To reduce fan speed— press low
flame button.
flame button.
Turn fan off.
Press low flame button until all four speed level bars disappear.
Overhead lighting*
Adjust light with dimmer.
Click SET button until light bulb flashes.
• To turn on or increase light— press high
• To lower light— press low
Turn lighting off.
Press
OFF.
flame button.
flame button.
* Remote control with Valor Max remote only.
Options available on select models.
SET TEMPERATURE
Set the Temperature
You can set a warmer twice in one day.
and a cooler
1. Click SET button until TEMP
appears.
2. Press SET button until temperature
3. To increase temperature, press high
To decrease temperature, press low
4. Click SET button so TEMP
temperature
flashes.
flame button.
flame button.
appears.
5. Press SET button until temperature
Then, select temperature.
flashes.
6. Press
to save temperature settings, or let remote
automatically save the setting after a few seconds.
SAFETY
SET TEMPERATURE
AND SAVINGS
To use temperature setting,
make sure TEMP mode is selected.
Click SET button to select
or temperature.
SAFETY AND
SET SAVINGS
TIMER
Set the Timer
You can program two heat cycles for different times
in the day. Both cycles, P1 and P2, have a start and an end time. Cycles cannot overlap.
Before you set the timer, set the temperature.
1. Click SET button until TIMER appears.
2. Press SET button until time
P1
6:00
flashes.
start time appears.
3. To set the hour, press high
flame button.
To set the minutes, press low
flame button.
4. Click SET button so P1
Then, select time.
end time appears.
SAFETY
SET TIMER
AND SAVINGS
5. Click SET button so P2
start time
appears. Then, select time.
end time
6. Click SET button so P2
appears. Then, select time.
7. Press
to save temperature
settings, or wait a few seconds.
Only want one heat cycle?
Set the same time for these three:
P1
, P2
and P2
.
CHANGE BATTERIES
Batteries in remote
Your remote display indicates
when the battery is low.
The remote uses a 9V
alkaline battery—Duracell or
Energizer. The battery should
last one to two seasons,
depending on usage. Remove
the battery in the off-season
to extend battery life.
Still not working? Did you
know every remote has a
receiver that uses batteries?
See basic instructions
on next two pages.
CHANGE BATTERIES
Batteries for your receiver
Before you change the batteries, turn the fireplace and
pilot off and let it cool.
When three seconds of rapid fire beeps sound, it’s time to
replace your receiver batteries.
Locate the battery holder
under the firebox near the
controls.
Replace the batteries with
4 AA alkaline (Duracell or
Energizer) batteries.
Return holder to
original location.
Reinstall any remaining
parts removed.
Have a remote battery and wall
switch instead? See next page.
CHANGE BATTERIES
Remote battery and wall switch
Snap connector
Battery holder
Magnetic
battery access plate
CHANGE BATTERIES
Batteries in remote battery and wall switch
If you have a remote battery and wall switch, your receiver
batteries are conveniently located next to the wall switch.
Pull off the FIREPLACE BATTERY ACCESS plate next to the wall
switch. The plate is attached with magnets.
Do not pull the connector by the wire!
Replace the batteries with 4 AA alkaline batteries (Duracell or
Energizer) orienting them as indicated inside the holder.
Put the battery holder and cover back in place.
If you don’t have a remote battery and
wall switch installed, see previous page.
TIPS
Tips
• Double-click the low flame
button to go directly to LO
(lowest) flame setting.
• Double-click the high
flame button to go directly
to HI (highest) flame setting.
• Only use alkaline batteries,
such as Duracell or
Energizer, with your remote
or receiver.
• When using the remote, the
handset should be within
15 feet (4½ metres) of the
fireplace.
• Don’t leave the handset on
the mantel or hearth.
• To keep out of children’s
reach, use the wall holder.
• Be patient when
programming: it can take a
few seconds to set.
• Once you turn a pilot off, it
takes a few minutes before
your can turn it back on.
• During extreme cold
weather, leave your fireplace
running to avoid problems
starting up.
TROUBLESHOOTING
Remote control doesn’t work.
1. Change the batteries in your remote control. The battery
usage icon on your remote control screen will tell you if the
batteries are low or dead.
2. Switch to Duracell or Energizer alkaline batteries. They work
best with our remote control systems.
3. Replace the remote’s receiver batteries located in your
fireplace or in your remote battery and wall switch. Both
your remote and your remote’s receiver require batteries.
Tip: Keep batteries fresh. Switch out your
receiver’s batteries once a year with 4 new AA
Duracell or Energizer alkaline batteries.
NOTES
STAY SAFE
Please take care and stay safe
Remember to be careful when using your fireplace.
If you can’t find the answer in this pamphlet, find your
owner’s manual at valorfireplaces.com/manuals.
For basic how-to videos on your remote,
go to valorfireplaces.com/remotes
If you would like more information, contact your local
dealer for help or visit valorfireplaces.com
SAFETY AND SAVINGS
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