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Montigo H38DF-PFC Indoor Instruction
Installation & Maintenance Manual
Peninsula, Panorama & Corner
INDOOR DIRECT VENT GAS FIREPLACE
H38PFNI-2 NG Traditional
H38CLNI-2 NG Left Traditional
H38PFLI-2 Propane Traditional
H38CLLI-2 Propane Left Traditional
HL38PFNI-2 NG Linear
HL38CLNI-2 NG Left Linear
HL38PFLI-2 Propane Linear
HL38CLLI-2 Propane Left Linear
H38PRNI-2 NG Traditional
H38CRNI-2 NG Right Traditional
H38PRLI-2 Propane Traditional
H38CRLI-2 Propane Right Traditional
HL38PRNI-2 NG Linear
HL38CRNI-2 NG Right Linear
HL38PRLI-2 Propane
HL38CRLI-2 Propane Right Linear
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The installation of this fireplace must be done by a
qualified and certified gas appliance installer.
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Check local codes and read all instructions prior to
installation.
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WARNING:
FIRE OR EXPLOSION HAZARD
Failure to follow safety warnings exactly could result in serious injury,
death, or property damage.
US
NOTICE
Installer: Leave this manual with the appliance.
Consumer: Retain this manual for suture reference.
— 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
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Do not try to light any appliance.
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Do not touch any electrical switch; do not use any
phone in your building.
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Leave the building immediately.
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Immediately call your gas supplier from a neighbour's
phone. Follow the gas supplier’s instructions.
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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 fitter.
DANGER
CAUTION
Installation and service must be performed by a qualified installer,
service agency or the gas fitter.
DANGER
Read and understand this manual. Improper installation, adjustment,
alteration, service or maintenance can cause serious injury, property
damage or even death. For assistance or additional information
consult a qualified installer, service agency or the gas supplier.
HOT GLASS WILL
CAUSE BURNS.
DO NOT TOUCH GLASS
UNTIL COOLED.
NEVER ALLOW CHILDREN
TO TOUCH GLASS.
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.
WARNING
Some materials used in the manufacturing process of this product can
expose you to Benzene which is known in the State of California to
cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more
information go to www.P65warnings.ca.gov
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Safety Alert Key
DANGER
Indicates a hazardous situation which, if
not avoided, WILL result in death or serious
injury or property damage.
CAUTION
Indicates a hazardous situation which, if not
avoided, WILL result in minor or moderate
injury.
WARNING
Indicates a hazardous situation which, if not
avoided, COULD result in death or serious
injury or property damage.
NOTICE
Indicates practices that are important, but
not related to personal injury.
Introduction
This installation, operation and maintenance manual is applicable
to the models described in Table 1. Refer to your rating plate to
verify included options.
Warranty and Installation Information: (See Appendix B)
The Montigo warranty will be voided by, and Montigo disclaims any
responsibility for, the following actions:
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Modification of the fireplace and/or components including DirectVent assembly or glass doors.
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Use of any component part not manufactured or approved by
Montigo in combination with this Montigo fireplace system.
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Installation other than as instructed in this manual.
•
Consult your local Gas Inspection Branch on installation
requirements for factory-built gas fireplaces. Installation & repairs
should be done by a qualified contractor.
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H38PFNI-2
H38PFLI-2
HL38PFNI-2
X
X
HL38PFLI-2
H38PRNI-2
X
X
H38PRLI-2
HL38PRNI-2
X
X
HL38PRLI-2
H38CRNI-2
HL38CLLI-2
X
32,000
X
X
X
X
X
X
SIT Electronic Ignition
X
Linear Burner
34,000
34,000
X
X
32,000
X
X
34,000
X
X
32,000
X
X
34,000
X
H38CRLI-2
HL38CLNI-2
Propane
X
Traditional Burner /Logset
This manual covers installation, operation and maintenance. Lighting,
operation and care of this fireplace can be easily performed by the
homeowner. All installation and service work should be performed
by a qualified or licensed installer, plumber or gas fitter as certified
by the state, province, region or governing body where the fireplace
is being installed.
Natural Gas
We strongly encourage you to read and carefully follow the
instructions laid out in this Installation, Operation and Maintenance
Manual and retain it for your future reference. Pay special attention
to all cautions, warnings, and notices throughout this manual
intended to ensure your safety.
MODEL
With over 30 years of experience, Montigo is committed to providing
you with a gas fireplace that is not only a beautiful addition to your
space, but that is also designed and manufactured to the highest
safety, reliability and engineering standards.
Gas Rating (BTU hr)
Congratulations on your purchase of a Montigo Fireplace.
32,000
34,000
X
32,000
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
34,000
X
X
32,000
X
X
Figure 1 H38PFC, H38PRC, H38CL/CR Specifications
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Contents
Safety Alert Key���������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 2
Introduction��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 2
Section A: Before You Begin .......................................................................................... 4
Installation Checklist......................................................................................................... 4
Section 6: Finishing�������������������������������������������������������������������������� 22
Mantels & Surrounds..................................................................................................... 22
Fireplace Facing............................................................................................................... 22
Finishing around the fireplace..................................................................................... 22
Standard Installation Checklist....................................................................................... 5
Flush Finishing the Fireplace........................................................................................ 22
Rating Plate Sample.......................................................................................................... 6
Section 7: Screen Installation and Removal��������������������������������� 23
Section 1: Product Dimensions��������������������������������������������������������� 7
H38PR*I-2 Dimentions..................................................................................................... 7
Removing the Screen..................................................................................................... 23
To Install Screens............................................................................................................. 23
H38PF*I-2 Dimentions..................................................................................................... 7
Replacement Screens..................................................................................................... 23
Section 2: Framing ���������������������������������������������������������������������������� 8
Section 8: Installing & Removing the Door����������������������������������� 24
Framing dimensions......................................................................................................... 8
Removing the door......................................................................................................... 24
PFC Shelf over the fireplace, Rear vent........................................................................ 8
Reinstalling the door....................................................................................................... 24
PFC Shelf over the fireplace, Top vent......................................................................... 8
Section 9: Installing the Accessories���������������������������������������������� 25
PRC Shelf over the fireplace, Rear vent........................................................................ 8
H38ST Installing the Logs and Embers...................................................................... 25
PRC Shelf over the fireplace, Top vent......................................................................... 8
Installing the Firestones or optional Fireglass ......................................................... 25
PRC or PFC Alcove above the fireplace........................................................................ 8
Section 10: Start up Sequence�������������������������������������������������������� 26
Clearances........................................................................................................................... 9
Installing The Standoffs.................................................................................................... 9
Removing the Nailing Flange Extension....................................................................... 9
Section 3: Venting���������������������������������������������������������������������������� 10
Standing (Continuous) Pilot Ignition (SIT NOVA 820)............................................. 26
SIT Proflame 2 Electronic Ignition................................................................................ 27
Remote Operation��������������������������������������������������������������������������� 28
Initializing the System for the first time..................................................................... 29
Section 3-1: Converting top/rear vent.......................................................................10
Operating the System for the first time..................................................................... 29
Section 3-2: Installing a Roof Mounted Direct Vent Termination
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Temperature Indication Display.................................................................................. 29
Section 3-2-1: Venting Layout......................................................................................11
Turn Off the Fireplace.................................................................................................... 29
Turn On the Fireplace.................................................................................................... 29
Section 3-3: Installing a Wall Mounted Termination 5''/8''��������� 13
Remote-Flame Control................................................................................................... 30
Section 3-3-1: Venting Layout: Wall Mounted Termination�������� 14
Room Thermostat (Remote Control Operation)...................................................... 30
PRC & PFC Top Venting Graph.....................................................................................14
PFC Rear Venting Graph................................................................................................15
PRC Rear Venting Graph................................................................................................16
Smart Thermostat (Remote Control Operation)...................................................... 30
Disabling Thermostat..................................................................................................... 31
Fan Speed Control.......................................................................................................... 31
Section 3-3-2: Venting Components...........................................................................17
Section 10: Cleaning and Maintenance ���������������������������������������� 32
Section 3-3-3: Heat Shields 5''/8''���������������������������������������������������� 18
General.............................................................................................................................. 32
Section 4: Wiring������������������������������������������������������������������������������ 19
Legacy model wiring.......................................................................................................19
CPI [Continuous Pilot Ignition] / IPI [Intermittent Pilot Ignition]
Jumper Cable Installation��������������������������������������������������������������� 20
“Why use CPI mode”?......................................................................................................20
The difference between IPI and CPI:...........................................................................20
Installation of the wall switch........................................................................................20
Installing the CPI Jumper Cable....................................................................................20
Section 5: Installing the gas line���������������������������������������������������� 21
Section 5-1: Fuel Conversion........................................................................................21
Section 5-2: Gas Pressure.............................................................................................21
Section 5-3: GAS CONNECTION...................................................................................21
PFC Gas line access.........................................................................................................21
Cleaning............................................................................................................................. 32
Hi-Lo Burner Adjustment: (SIT Nova 820)................................................................. 32
Hi-Lo Burner Adjustment: (SIT Proflame 2)............................................................... 32
Pilot Burner Adjustment................................................................................................ 32
Troubleshooting SIT Nova 820..................................................................................... 33
Troubleshooting SIT Proflame 2.................................................................................. 33
Replacement Parts�������������������������������������������������������������������������� 34
Replacement Parts List - Standing Pilot..................................................................... 34
Replacement Parts List - SIT IPI Proflame 2.............................................................. 34
Appendix A: Venting Terminations������������������������������������������������ 35
Appendix B: Warranty��������������������������������������������������������������������� 36
Appendix C: Amendment
(Gas Fireplace / Equipment sold in the State of Massachusetts)37
PRC Gas line access........................................................................................................21
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General
Section A: Before You Begin
Installation Checklist
IMPORTANT MESSAGE: SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
• Determine the desired install location of your fireplace.
This fireplace must be installed in accordance with these instructions.
Carefully read all the instructions in this manual first. Consult the Local
Gas Branch to determine the need for a permit prior to starting the
installation. It is the responsibility of the installer to ensure this fireplace
is installed in compliance with the manufacturers instructions and all
applicable codes.
• See Section 1, Dimensions and refer to the Framing Section 2 for
details.
NOTICE
Do not use this appliance if any part has been under water.
Immediately call a qualified service technician to inspect the appliance
and to replace any part of the control system and any gas control that
has been under water
NOTICE
• Select the location of your termination and resulting vent run.
• Your selected termination location must be the highest point in the
Direct Vent installation.
• Should it be impossible to meet the venting requirements laid out in
Section 3: Venting, please contact a local Montigo dealer regarding
the use of a Montigo Power Vent.
• Lay out the Vent run; calculating the required elbows and straight
runs of 5"/8" flex and/or rigid pipe.
• Layout Electrical Requirements Refer to Section 4: Wiring, for Details.
• Refer to Section 5: Installing the Gas Line, for details on the gas
connection and access.
• Refer to local codes and guidelines for installation requirements.
• Installation and repairs should be done by a qualified contractor
and must conform to:
Due to high temperatures, the appliance should be located out of
traffic and away from furniture and draperies
• Installations in Canada must conform to the local codes or in
the absence of local codes to the current version of Natural Gas
and Propane Installation Code, CSA B149. Electrical installations
must conform to the local codes or, in the absence of local codes,
to the current version of Canadian Electrical Code, CSA C22.1.1
NOTICE
• Installations in the USA must conform to the local codes or in
the absence of local codes to the current version of National
Fuel Gas Code, ANSI Z223.1/NFPA 54. Electrical installations
must conform to the local codes or, in the absence of local
codes, to the current version of the National Electrical Code,
ANSI/NFPA 70. See Appendix C for installation within the State
of Massachusetts
Children and adults should be alerted to the hazards of high surface
temperature and should stay away to avoid burns or clothing ignition
NOTICE
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
NOTICE
Clothing or other flammable material should not be placed on or near
the appliance
NOTICE
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, etc. It
is imperative that control compartments, burners, and circulating air
passageways of the appliance be kept clean
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Standard Installation Checklist
This standard installation checklist is to be used by the installer in conjunction with, not instead of, the instructions contained within this
installation manual.
Customer
Date Installed:
Install Address:
Location of Fireplace:
Installer:
Model (circle one): H38PFNI-2, H38PFLI-2, HL38PFNI-2, HL38PFLI-2 Dealer Phone:
, H38PRNI-2, H38PRLI-2, HL38PRNI-2, HL38PRLI-2
Serial #:
YES
NO
IF NO, WHY NOT?
Appliance Install: Section 2
Framing complies with install manual.
Standoffs have been installed.
Proper clearances have been maintained.
Venting: Section 3
Venting configuration complies with vent diagrams.
Venting installed, fastened, and secured in place maintaining proper clearance.
Firestops installed.
Exterior wall/roof flashing installed and sealed in compliance with local building code.
Terminations installed and sealed in compliance with local building code.
Direct vent termination is highest point in vent assembly.
Wiring/Electrical: Section 4
Unswitched power provided to the appliance PPO box.
Low voltage wire connected to dry contact wall switch (non-powered)*
Gas: Section 5
Proper appliance for fuel type.
Was a conversion performed?
Leak check performed & inlet pressure verified.
Finishing: Section 6
Only non-combustible materials installed in non-combustible areas.
Clearances meet installation manual requirements
Mantels and/or projections comply with install manual
Appliance Setup: Section 7 through 9
Media, door, and screen installed according to install manual
Manual given to home owner.
Started appliance and verified no gas leaks exist.
Comments:
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LBA12xx - ANSI Z21.88-2016 Rating Plate Label
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Figure 1.2 Rating Plate for IPI electronic ignition
Figure 1.1 Rating Plate for IPI electronic ignition
Teklynx LabelView Demo
General
Rating Plate Sample
General
Section 1: Product Dimensions
H38PR*I-2 Dimentions
203
8"
Please review the Installation
Checklist for general information
on preparing for a successful
installation of your fireplace.
520
7
20 16 "
127
5"
675
9
26 16 "
440
5
17 16 "
1087
13
42 16 "
PROPRIETARY AND CONFIDENTIAL
667
1
26 4 "
1006
5
39 8 "
1088
7
42 8 "
628
3
24 4 "
816
1
32 8 "
68
1
22"
414
5
16 16 "
123
13
4 16 "
918
3
36 16 "
34
1
12"
235
1
94"
47
7
18"
29
1
18"
85
3
38"
67
5
28"
H38DF-PRC / HL38DF-PRC
DIMENSIONS TOLERANCES ARE IN:
METRIC - MM
1.6 MM
IMPERIAL - FRACTIONAL 1/16"
H38PF*I-2 Dimentions
843
1
33 8 "
DATE:
November 30, 2017
THE INFORMATION CONTAINED IN THIS DRAWING IS THE SOLE PROPERTY OF CANADIAN HEATING PRODUCTS. ANY REPRODUCTION IN PART OR AS A WHOLE WITHOUT THE WRITTEN PERMISSION OF CANADIAN HEATING PRODUCTS IS PROHIBITED.
203
8"
127
5"
651
5
25 8 "
1132
9
44 16 "
839
33"
93
11
3 16 "
1079
1
42 2 "
17
11
16 "
635
25"
1043
1
41 16 "
1007
5
39 8 "
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5
88"
600
5
23 8 "
1088
13
42 16 "
PROPRIETARY AND CONFIDENTIAL
The fireplace may be installed
in any location that maintains
proper clearances to air
conditioning ducts, electrical
wiring and plumbing. Safety, as
well as efficiency of operation,
should be considered when
selecting the fireplace location.
Select a location that does not
interfere with room traffic, has
adequate ventilation and offers
an accessible path for Direct
Vent installation.
216
1
82"
POWER
SUPPLY
636
1
25 16 "
GAS
SUPPLY
77
1
3 16 "
185
5
7 16 "
248
3
94"
978
1
38 2 "
DIMENSIONS TOLERANCES ARE IN:
METRIC - MM
1.6 MM
IMPERIAL - FRACTIONAL 1/16"
123
7
48"
H38DF-PFC / HL38DF-PFC
DATE:
November 29, 2017
THE INFORMATION CONTAINED IN THIS DRAWING IS THE SOLE PROPERTY OF CANADIAN HEATING PRODUCTS. ANY REPRODUCTION IN PART OR AS A WHOLE WITHOUT THE WRITTEN PERMISSION OF CANADIAN HEATING PRODUCTS IS PROHIBITED.
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General
H38CL/CR*I-2 Dimentions
204
8"
102
4"
127
5"
518
3
20 8 "
177
7"
616
1
24 4 "
996
3
39 16 "
644
3
25 8 "
152
6"
PROPRIETARY AND CONFIDENTIAL
1007
5
39 8 "
844
1
33 4 "
630
13
24 16 "
1072
3
42 16 "
565
1
22 4 "
GAS
SUPPLY
360
3
14 16 "
87
7
3 16 "
DIMENSIONS TOLERANCES ARE IN:
METRIC - MM
1.6 MM
IMPERIAL - FRACTIONAL 1/16"
H38DF-CR / HL38DF-CR
DATE:
November 29, 2017
THE INFORMATION CONTAINED IN THIS DRAWING IS THE SOLE PROPERTY OF CANADIAN HEATING PRODUCTS. ANY REPRODUCTION IN PART OR AS A WHOLE WITHOUT THE WRITTEN PERMISSION OF CANADIAN HEATING PRODUCTS IS PROHIBITED.
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Installation
Section 2: Framing
Framing dimensions
PRC Shelf over the fireplace, Rear vent
NOTE: When constructing the framed opening, please ensure there is
access to install the gas line when the unit is installed
Panorama PRC: Frame in the
enclosure for the unit with
framing materials. The framed
opening for the assembled
fireplace is 40 3/4" wide, x 44"
high x 24 1/2" deep.
Peninsula PFC: Frame in the
enclosure for the unit with
framing materials. The framed
opening for the assembled
fireplace is 23 3/4" wide, x 44"
high x 41" deep.
EXTERIOR
WALL
1" MIN.
12" MAX.
COMBUSTIBLE SHELF
COMBUSTIBLE
HEADER
11"
NON-COMBUSTIBLE
FACING
44"
33"
Figure 3.b Combustible Framing for shelves over the fireplace, Rear vent.
40
3/4”
40¾"
23 3/4
23¾"
44”
44"
41
41"
44"
44
24 1/2”
24½"
PRC Shelf over the fireplace, Top vent
1" MIN.
EXTERIOR
WALL
COMBUSTIBLE SHELF
17½"
COMBUSTIBLE HEADER
PFC Shelf over the fireplace, Rear vent
NON-COMBUSTIBLE
FACING
12" MAX.
COMBUSTIBLE SHELF
EXTERIOR
WALL
46"
44"
COMBUSTIBLE HEADER
11" MIN.
4" NAILING FLANGE OR
NON-COMBUSTIBLE MATERIAL
NON-COMBUSTIBLE
FACING MATERIAL
Figure 3.b Combustible Framing for shelves over the fireplace, Top vent.
44"
33"
Figure 3.b Combustible Framing for shelves over the fireplace, Side vent.
PRC or PFC Alcove above the fireplace
CEILING LEVEL
PFC Shelf over the fireplace, Top vent
1" MIN.
2" MIN.
EXTERIOR
WALL
NON-COMBUSTIBLE
MATERIALS ALCOVE
OVER FIREPLACE
COMBUSTIBLE SHELF
17½" MIN.
COMBUSTIBLE HEADER
4" NAILING FLANGE OR
NON-COMBUSTIBLE MATERIAL
46" MIN.
NON-COMBUSTIBLE HEADER
2"
NON-COMBUSTIBLE
MATERIALS, WITH LOW
PROFILE MANTEL / ALCOVE
OVER FIREPLACE
NON-COMBUSTIBLE
FACING MATERIAL
44"
Figure 3.b Combustible Framing for shelves over the fireplace, Top vent.
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39⅝"
Figure 3.b Non Combustible Framing with alcove above fireplace, Top Vent.
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Corner Framing dimensions
Shelf over the fireplace, Rear vent
NOTE: When constructing the framed opening, please ensure there is
access to install the gas line when the unit is installed
1" MIN.
Corner CL/CR: Frame in the enclosure for the unit with framing
materials. The framed opening for the assembled fireplace is 48" wide,
x 44" high x 25 1/4" deep.
Corner Left
13" MIN.
NON-COMBUSTIBLE
FACING
59"
MIN.
Corner Right
48"
COMBUSTIBLE SHELF
COMBUSTIBLE
HEADER
EXTERIOR
WALL
48"
18"
MAX.
44"
Figure 3.b Combustible Framing for shelves over the fireplace, Rear vent.
44"
25¼"
44"
NON COMBUSTIBLE STUD
INCLUDED WITH UNIT
43¾"
43¾"
*
*
25¼"
*: Approximate dimentions to center. For best results mount noncombustible stud onto unit, then bolt to 2x4 header and floor.
Alcove above the fireplace
CEILING LEVEL
Shelf over the fireplace, Top vent
1" MIN.
NON-COMBUSTIBLE
MATERIALS ALCOVE
OVER FIREPLACE
1" MIN.
EXTERIOR
WALL
COMBUSTIBLE SHELF
17½"
COMBUSTIBLE HEADER
84" MIN.
NON-COMBUSTIBLE HEADER
2"
NON-COMBUSTIBLE
MATERIALS, WITH LOW
PROFILE MANTEL / ALCOVE
OVER FIREPLACE
NON-COMBUSTIBLE
FACING
46"
44"
39⅝"
Figure 3.b Non Combustible Framing with alcove above fireplace, Top Vent.
Figure 3.b Combustible Framing for shelves over the fireplace, Top vent.
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Clearances
Removing the Nailing Flange Extension
When installing a shelf over the top of the fireplaces, the following
guidelines must be adhered to:
The 4" nailing flange extension is shipped attached to the top edge of
the fireplace, see Figure 1.
For Rear Vent applications, the minimum clearance is 1" from the rear of
the fireplace to a wall, or any combustible materials, and 11" clearance
from the top of the fireplace to the underside of any combustible shelf
materials.
The nailing flange extension may be substituted with a piece of
NON-Combustible material of the same thermal characteristics, ie:
cement board or equivalent to fit the opening. This is recommended
in applications where the facing materials will not adhere to the metal
nailing flange. To remove the Nailing Flange Extension follow the
directions below:
For Top Vent applications, the minimum clearance is 1" from the rear
of the fireplace to a wall, or any combustible materials, and 17 1/2" to
the underside of any combustible shelf materials.
MODEL
Top - Rear
vent †
Top - Top
vent †
Header
Sides
Front
Rear
Venting - Top
Venting Sides, bottom
1” clearance is maintained on sides and bottom of vent runs and 2”
above horizontal vent runs to any combustible material.
H*38PRC*I-2
11"
17½"
4"
0"
0"
1"
2"
1"
H*38PFC*I-2
11"
17½"
4"
0"
0"
2"
2"
1"
H*38C**I-2
13"
17½"
4"
5"
0"
2"
2"
1"
STEP 1: Remove screws from top of the unit
STEP 2: Remove shell from the top of unit. Remove screws from
outer edge.
Figure 4. Combustible Wall Clearances
† Note: Clearance from top of fireplace to a ceiling within the fireplace
enclosure.
** Note: For mantel clearance, please refer to Section 6: Finishing
Installing The Standoffs
STEP 3: Remove shell from the top of unit. Remove screws from
outer edge.
To avoid elevated mantel temperatures, all H-Series gas fireplaces
are required to have the supplied standoffs installed. The fireplace is
supplied with two standoffs. Bend and install these standoffs on top
of the fireplace ensuring that the height of the standoff maintains a
8" clearance.
8"
STEP 4: Remove the nailing flange extension from the unit.
Reinstall shell. Screw shell in place.
FASTEN
STANDOFFS
IN GUTTER
Figure 4.b Installing standoffs
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Section 3: Venting
Montigo supplies a variety of direct venting and termination options.
The direct vent termination location MUST be selected such that it is the
highest point in the venting assembly. It should also be selected such
that it provides the shortest vent run possible. Should it be impossible
to ensure that the termination is the highest point or to meet the
venting guidelines laid out below please contact your Montigo dealer
to discuss power venting options.
Flue
Cover
8"
Outer
FluePlate
Cover Plate
Flue
Gasket
5"
Inner
Flue Cover Plate
Notes For Planning Venting:
• Venting can originate from the unit through the top or through the rear
• Venting can terminate through the roof or through an exterior wall.
• Refer to Appendix A - Termination Locations to ensure the planned
termination location is acceptable.
8" Outer Flue
8”
Flue Collar
Collar
5"
5” Inner
Inner Flue
FlueCollar
Collar
• Once the termination location has been established, refer to the
appropriate section below for installation details
• All fireplaces shipped from the factory are top vent.
• Silicone application is NOT required when joining Montigo vent
pipes and components.
Section 3-1: Converting top/rear vent
Use the following instructions to convert a unit for side vent use:
• Remove the Side flue cover and gasket (5" and 8") on the flue outlet,
as shown in Figure 5.
• Next, Remove the Top flue collar's (5" and 8") on the flue outlet, as
shown in Figure 5.
Figure 5.b Flue cover and collar installation, Side Vented fireplace.
NOTICE
Under no circumstances can Montigo flex venting be cut to
accommodate an installation. Use an alternative length to complete
your vent run.
• Install the (removed) Side flue cover and gasket material, to the Top
vent outlet. Fasten the cover with included hardware, as illustrated
Figure 5b.
• Install the (5" and 8") collars to the Side vent outlet using the included
hardware, as illustrated Figure 5b.
5” Inner
Flue Collar
Flue
Collar
8"Outer
OuterFlue
FlueCollar
Collar
8”
5"Gasket
Inner Flue
Flue
Cover Plate
Flue Cover
Plate
Outer
Flue Plate
Figure 5. Flue cover and collar removal, Top Vented fireplace.
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Section 3-2: Installing a Roof Mounted Direct Vent
Termination
This section applies to installations where the direct vent termination
will be roof mounted.
PVTK1 Termination
Storm collar
2' min
Roof flashing
Section 3-2-1: Venting Layout
Selection of components and details of venting lay out should adhere
to the following guidelines:
Support ring
Support plate
32' max
• The maximum termination point is 32’ above the fireplace (NOTE:
if the maximum termination height is used, the flame pattern may
be affected).
• The Vertical termination must be a minimum 2’ higher than where
the termination exits the roofing materials, (asphalt shingles, cedar
shakes, etc). This distance should be measured from the high side of
the roof slope where the flue flashing intersects the roofing materials.
(see Figures 8 to 8c).
Firestop
Figure 6.b Top vent, Roof mounted with 1 offset (1 offset= two 90° bends).
• See Appendix A for termination locations.
• For a more detailed diagram of allowed termination locations, see
Appendix A.
PVTK1 Termination
• A maximum of two offsets (each offset is made up of 2-90° bends)
may be made for vertical vent runs.
Storm collar
• Firestops must be installed as required by National & local codes.
2' min
Roof flashing
• Ensure all horizontal runs are supported with a minimum of 3
supports per 10’ of venting.
Support straps OR
Support ring and plates
• Install all roof flashing and storm collars as shown.
Firestop
Roof mounted terminations
The following details are some possible configurations for roof mounted
terminations. See below.
32' max
Support ring and plates
PVTK1 Termination
Storm collar
Firestop
2' min
Roof flashing
Support ring
Support plate
32' max
PEXT
Firestop
Firestop
PEXT-10
Adaptor
Flue
Collar
Figure 6.c Top vent, Roof mounted with 2 offsets (1 offset= two 90° bends).
Figure 6. Top vent, roof mounted termination with no offset in vent run.
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PVTK1 Termination
2' min.
Storm collar
Roof flashing
PEXT Solid Sections
Firestop
Support plate
32' max
Support ring
Firestop
90° Elbow
12"
max.
Figure 6.d Side vent, Roof mounted venting (1 = 90° bend).
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Section 3-3: Installing a Wall Mounted Termination 5''/8''
This section applies to installations where the direct vent termination
will be wall mounted. NOTE: If subject to a highly corrosive environment
i.e. Seaside, Montigo recommends using Stainless Steel Termination.
Installation of termination with built in frame
Installation of termination from inside structure
A Termination with a MOSR Frame is installed from the inside of the
structure. These are commonly used in high-rise construction.
A termination with a built-in frame is installed during framing of a
structure.
1. Frame the termination opening to 11" x 11".
2. Install exterior sheathing to the structure framing.
3. Fasten the termination to the sheathing using a minimum of 4 screws.
12”
PTO-4 (5"/8")
Termination
Exterior
Sheathing, concrete
or other materials
Fastening Hardware,
minimum 4-screws
Figure 7.d Installing a PTO termination with MOSR frame.
11”
Framing
Framing,
concrete
or other
materials
12”
MOSR Frame
Fastening Hardware, minimum
4-screws
Exterior
Sheathing
PTO-4F (5"/8")
Termination
11”
Figure 7. Installing a PTO4-F termination.
1. Frame the MOSR opening to 12" x 12".
2. Fasten the MOSR frame to the interior side of the studs, concrete,
or finished wall construction using a minimum of 4 screws.
3. Insert the termination into the MOSR frame as shown here, (from
the inside) and attach to the MOSR by installing a min. quantity of 4
bolts into the threaded nuts on the MOSR Frame.
Installation of termination frame at time of framing
Installation of a termination shield for vinyl siding
Terminations with a MSR frame allow the installation of the frame prior
to installation of the termination.
The VSS Termination shield is installed when the exterior of a structure
is clad with Vinyl siding. It is placed directly above, and on-center with
the termination.
1. Frame the termination opening to 12" x 12".
2. Secure the MSR Frame to the exterior sheathing of the structure.
VSS Vinyl shield
3. Fasten the termination to the MSR Frame using a minimum of 4 screws.
PTO-4 (5"/8")
Termination
MSR Frame
12”
Framing
Exterior Vinyl
siding
Fastening Hardware,
minimum 4-screws
Exterior
Sheathing
PTO-4 (5"/8")
Termination
12”
Figure 7.e Installing the VSS Vinyl Shield.
Installing heat guards
Figure 7.b Installing a PTO termination with the MSR frame.
Installation of termination frame at time of framing in masonry
Installing heat guards over terminations is recommended in installations
where the termination is located within 7' feet above grade, or above
a pedestrian walkway, and may be required by code in public areas.
Terminations with a BSR frame allow the installation of the frame in
masonry prior to the installation of the termination
1. Frame the BSR opening to 12" x 12".
2. Secure the BSR Frame to the exterior sheathing of the structure.
3. Fasten the termination to the BSR Frame using a minimum of 4 screws.
MTKOG 5"/8")
12”
Framing
Exterior
Sheathing
12”
BSR Frame
Fastening Hardware,
minimum 4-screws
PTO-4 (5"/8")
Termination
Figure 7.c Installing a PTO termination with the BSR frame.
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Figure 7.f Installing a PTO termination heat guard.
1. Ensure that the two long mounting brackets are facing the bottom
of the termination (See inset). This will provide more heat protection
at the top of the termination, where temperatures are highest.
2. Attach to the faceplate of the termination using four sheet metal
screws.
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Section 3-3-1: Venting Layout: Wall Mounted Termination
PRC & PFC Top Venting Graph
Heat Shield
42''
Max.
Measure the vertical height from the fireplace hearth to the centre of
the termination and the horizontal run from the fireplace flue collar to
the wall flange of the termination. Plot on the Venting Graph with an 'X'.
Termination
If the 'X' falls on or above the top boundary of the shaded area, the
installation is acceptable.
46''
Min.
Selection of components and details of venting layout should adhere
to the following guidelines:
Exterior
Wall
• Vent terminations must not be recessed in walls or siding.
Hearth
• For Heat Shield requirements see Section 3-3.
• Once the proposed venting layout has been determined refer to
graph to ensure the layout is acceptable.
Figure 8. Top Vented, wall mounted installation with 1 elbow (1 one 90° bend). The vent run
must comply with Venting Graph for Top vent, wall mounted terminations
Notes Wall Mounted Terminations: TOP VENT
• All measurements for vertical or horizontal runs are measured from
center of the vent pipe.
150"
Max.
Heat Shield
• Venting runs must fall within the limits set by the venting graph.
Termination
Example A: (Acceptable Installation)
If the vertical dimension from the hearth is 114" and the horizontal
run to the wall flange of the vent termination is 168", this would be an
acceptable installation.
Flex
Section
Example B: (Unacceptable Installation)
Rigid
Section
96''
Min.
If the vertical dimension from the hearth is 36" and the horizontal run
to the wall flange of the vent termination is 84", this would not be an
acceptable installation.
Example C: (Unacceptable Installation)
Exterior
Wall
If the vertical dimension from the floor of the fireplace is 60" and the
horizontal run to the wall flange of the vent termination is 144", this
would not be an acceptable installation.
Figure 8. Top Vented, wall mounted Multi-elbow installation. See Venting Graph for Top vent,
wall mounted terminations
TOP VENT RUN
132
30" Max.
120
A
Acceptable vent run
within non-shaded area.
108
126" Max.
Heat Shield
Termination
Vertical Height (In.)
96
84
Rigid
Section
72
C
60
48
46''
36
24
42''
Unacceptable vent run
within shaded area.
12
H
EA
RT
H
0
0
12
24
36
48
60
72
84
96
Exterior
Wall
108 120 132 144 156 168 180
Horizontal Run (In.)
Figure 8.b Top Vent Venting Graph for wall mounted terminations
16
96''
Min.
Flex
Section
B
Figure 8. Top Vented, wall mounted Retracted Multi-elbow installation
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PFC Rear Venting Graph
12'' Max. horozontal
run with no vertical lift
Measure the vertical height from the fireplace hearth to the centre of
the termination and the horizontal run from the fireplace flue collar to
the wall flange of the termination. Plot on the Venting Graph with an 'X'.
PXT Extention
Heat Sheild
Termination
If the 'X' falls on or above the top boundary of the shaded area, the
installation is acceptable.
Selection of components and details of venting layout should adhere
to the following guidelines:
• Vent terminations must not be recessed in walls or siding.
12''
Max.
33''
Max.
Hearth
• For Heat Shield requirements see Section 3-3.
Figure 8. Straight run, Rear Vented, wall mounted termination
• Once the proposed venting layout has been determined refer to
graph to ensure the layout is acceptable.
Notes Wall Mounted Terminations: REAR VENT
42''
Max.
• All measurements for vertical or horizontal runs are measured from
center of the vent pipe.
• Venting runs must fall within the limits set by the venting graph.
Flex or Rigid
Example A: (Acceptable Installation)
If the vertical dimension from the hearth is 114" and the horizontal
run to the wall flange of the vent termination is 126", this would be an
acceptable installation.
12''
Max.
Example B: (Unacceptable Installation)
If the vertical dimension from the hearth is 66" and the horizontal run
to the wall flange of the vent termination is 84", this would not be an
acceptable installation.
Example C: (Unacceptable Installation)
If the vertical dimension from the floor of the fireplace is 72" and the
horizontal run to the wall flange of the vent termination is 144", this
would not be an acceptable installation.
20''
Min.
53''
Max.
33''
Hearth
Figure 8. Rear Vented, wall mounted Multi-elbow termination installation. must have a minimum vertical rise of 20"
REAR VENT RUN
132
120
A
Acceptable vent run
within non-shaded area.
108
Vertical Height (In.)
96
84
72
53''
48
42''
36
33''
24
0
H
EA
RT
H
Unacceptable vent run
within shaded area.
12''
12
0
C
B
60
12
24
36
48
60
72
84
96
108 120 132 144 156 168 180
Horizontal Run (In.)
Figure 9. Rear Vent Venting Graph for wall mounted terminations
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PRC Rear Venting Graph
12'' Max. horozontal
run with no vertical lift
Measure the vertical height from the fireplace hearth to the centre of
the termination and the horizontal run from the fireplace flue collar to
the wall flange of the termination. Plot on the Venting Graph with an 'X'.
PXT Extention
Heat Sheild
Termination
If the 'X' falls on or above the top boundary of the shaded area, the
installation is acceptable.
Selection of components and details of venting layout should adhere
to the following guidelines:
• Vent terminations must not be recessed in walls or siding.
12''
Max.
33''
Max.
Hearth
• For Heat Shield requirements see Section 3-3.
Figure 8. Straight run, Rear Vented, wall mounted termination
• Once the proposed venting layout has been determined refer to
graph to ensure the layout is acceptable.
Notes Wall Mounted Terminations: REAR VENT
46''
Max.
• All measurements for vertical or horizontal runs are measured from
center of the vent pipe.
• Venting runs must fall within the limits set by the venting graph.
Flex or Rigid
Example A: (Acceptable Installation)
If the vertical dimension from the hearth is 114" and the horizontal
run to the wall flange of the vent termination is 126", this would be an
acceptable installation.
59''
Min.
12''
Max.
Example B: (Unacceptable Installation)
If the vertical dimension from the hearth is 66" and the horizontal run
to the wall flange of the vent termination is 84", this would not be an
acceptable installation.
Example C: (Unacceptable Installation)
If the vertical dimension from the floor of the fireplace is 72" and the
horizontal run to the wall flange of the vent termination is 144", this
would not be an acceptable installation.
26''
Min.
33''
Hearth
Figure 8. Rear Vented, wall mounted Multi-elbow termination installation. must have a minimum vertical rise of 26"
REAR VENT RUN
132
120
A
Acceptable vent run
within non-shaded area.
108
Vertical Height (In.)
96
84
72
59''
48
46''
36
33''
24
RT
H
H
EA
Unacceptable vent run
within shaded area.
12''
12
0
C
B
60
0
12
24
36
48
60
72
84
96
108 120 132 144 156 168 180
Horizontal Run (In.)
Figure 9. Rear Venting Graph for wall mounted terminations
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Corner Top Venting Graph
Heat Shield
18''
Max.
Measure the vertical height from the fireplace hearth to the centre of
the termination and the horizontal run from the fireplace flue collar to
the wall flange of the termination. Plot on the Venting Graph with an 'X'.
Termination
If the 'X' falls on or above the top boundary of the shaded area, the
installation is acceptable.
46''
Min.
Selection of components and details of venting layout should adhere
to the following guidelines:
Exterior
Wall
• Vent terminations must not be recessed in walls or siding.
Hearth
• For Heat Shield requirements see Section 3-3.
• Once the proposed venting layout has been determined refer to
graph to ensure the layout is acceptable.
Figure 8. Top Vented, wall mounted installation with 1 elbow (1 one 90° bend). The vent run
must comply with Venting Graph for Top vent, wall mounted terminations
Notes Wall Mounted Terminations: TOP VENT
• All measurements for vertical or horizontal runs are measured from
center of the vent pipe.
150"
Max.
Heat Shield
• Venting runs must fall within the limits set by the venting graph.
Termination
Example A: (Acceptable Installation)
If the vertical dimension from the hearth is 126" and the horizontal
run to the wall flange of the vent termination is 138", this would be an
acceptable installation.
Flex
Section
Example B: (Unacceptable Installation)
Rigid
Section
96''
Min.
If the vertical dimension from the hearth is 36" and the horizontal run
to the wall flange of the vent termination is 84", this would not be an
acceptable installation.
Example C: (Unacceptable Installation)
Exterior
Wall
If the vertical dimension from the floor of the fireplace is 60" and the
horizontal run to the wall flange of the vent termination is 144", this
would not be an acceptable installation.
Figure 8. Top Vented, wall mounted Multi-elbow installation. See Venting Graph for Top vent,
wall mounted terminations
TOP VENT RUN
132
30" Max.
A
120
126" Max.
Acceptable vent run
within non-shaded area.
108
Heat Shield
Termination
Vertical Height (In.)
96
84
Rigid
Section
72
C
60
48
46''
36
24
18''
Unacceptable vent run
within shaded area.
12
0
H
EA
RT
H
0
12
24
36
48
60
72
84
98''
Min.
Flex
Section
B
96
Exterior
Wall
108 120 132 144 156 168 180
Horizontal Run (In.)
Figure 8.b Top Vent Venting Graph for wall mounted terminations
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Figure 8. Top Vented, wall mounted Retracted Multi-elbow installation
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Corner Rear Venting Graph
64''
Max.
Measure the vertical height from the fireplace hearth to the centre of
the termination and the horizontal run from the fireplace flue collar to
the wall flange of the termination. Plot on the Venting Graph with an 'X'.
Flex or Rigid
If the 'X' falls on or above the top boundary of the shaded area, the
installation is acceptable.
Selection of components and details of venting layout should adhere
to the following guidelines:
• Vent terminations must not be recessed in walls or siding.
• For Heat Shield requirements see Section 3-3.
• Once the proposed venting layout has been determined refer to
graph to ensure the layout is acceptable.
26''
Min.
18''
Max.
59''
Min.
33''
Hearth
Figure 8. Rear Vented, wall mounted Multi-elbow termination installation. must have a minimum vertical rise of 26"
Notes Wall Mounted Terminations: REAR VENT
• All measurements for vertical or horizontal runs are measured from
center of the vent pipe.
• Venting runs must fall within the limits set by the venting graph.
Example A: (Acceptable Installation)
If the vertical dimension from the hearth is 114" and the horizontal
run to the wall flange of the vent termination is 126", this would be an
acceptable installation.
Example B: (Unacceptable Installation)
If the vertical dimension from the hearth is 66" and the horizontal run
to the wall flange of the vent termination is 84", this would not be an
acceptable installation.
Example C: (Unacceptable Installation)
If the vertical dimension from the floor of the fireplace is 72" and the
horizontal run to the wall flange of the vent termination is 144", this
would not be an acceptable installation.
REAR VENT RUN
132
120
Acceptable vent run
within non-shaded area.
108
B
Vertical Height (In.)
96
A
84
72
C
60
59''
48
64''
36
24
Unacceptable vent run
within shaded area.
12
H
EA
RT
H
0
0
12
24
36
48
60
72
84
96
108 120 132 144 156 168 180
Horizontal Run (In.)
Figure 9. Rear Vent Venting Graph for wall mounted terminations
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The following components are approved for use with Montigo products. Please contact your local Montigo
dealer for further information.
Component
Termination
Rigid Sections
(5/8 Vent)
Montigo Part Number
PTO4
(3" Length)
PTO4F (3" Length)
PVTK1SS (5/8 Vent)
PEXT - 1 (12" f/m)
PEXT - 2 (24" f/m)
PEXT - 3 (36" f/m)
PEXT - 4 (48" f/m)
PEXT - 6 (72" f/m)
Rigid Pipe Extension
PXT12 (12" f/f)
PXT20 (20" f/f)
Rigid Telescopic Pipe
Elbows
(5/8 Vent)
Simpson Duravent
Part Number
ICC
Part Number
MetalFab
Part Number
Selkirk
Part Number
58DVA-06 (6")
58DVA-09 (9")
58DVA-12 (12")
58DVA-18 (18")
58DVA-24 (24")
58DVA-36 (36")
58DVA-48 (48")
58DVA-60 (60")
5DL6 (6")
5DL9 (9")
5DL1 (12")
5D6 (6")
5DT-06
5DT-09
5DT-12
5DT-18
5DT-24
5DT-36
5DT-48
58DVA-08A (12")
58DVA-16A (20")
5DLT (12")
5DLS1 (12")
5DLT2 (20")
5DSL2 (20")
58DVA-17TA
58DVA-24TA
5DLA30
58DVA-HC (Horizontal 5/8 vent)
58DVA-VCH (Vertical 5/8 Vent)
5DL2 (24")
5DL3 (36")
5DL4 (48")
PEL-90MM (m/m 90º)
PEL-90FF ( f/f 90º)
PEL-90FM ( f/m 90º)
PEL-45FM ( f/m 45º)
58DVA-E30 (30°)
58DVA-E45 (45°)
58DVA-E60 (60°)
58DVA-E90 (90°)
Support Ring & Plate
PSPXT-8
58DVA-DC
5CS
Firestop
FS-8
58DVA-WFS
58DVA-FS
5CS
Roof Flashing
PRF-7 (1/12 - 7/12 pt.)
PRF-12 (7/12 - 12/12 pt.)
58DVA-FF (flat roof)
58DVA-F6 (0/12 - 6/12 pt.)
58DVA-F12 (7/12 - 12/12 pt.)
Metal/Tile Roof Flashing
Heat Shield
5DAL (3" to 10")
5DT-AJ12 (12")
5DE45 (45°)
5D45L (45°)
5DT-EL45 (45°)
5DE90 (90°)
5D90L (90°)
5DT-EL90 (90°)
5DT-CS
5DFS
5DT-FS
5DF (0/12 - 6/12 pt.)
5DF-12 (7/12 - 12/12 pt.)
5DT-AF6
5DT-AF12
58DVA-F6DS (0/12-6/12 pt.)
58DVA-F12DS (7/12-12/12 pt.)
RHS101
Attic Radiation Shield
Vinyl Siding Heat Shield
5D12 (12")
5D18 (18")
5D24 (24")
5D36 (36")
5D48 (48")
VSS
VSSSS
58DVA-WTU
58DVA-WT
5WT
5WTE
5DT-WT
58DVA-IS
5AS
5RDS
5DT-AIS
58DVA-VSK (Vinyl Siding Standoff
Kit)
Wall Support
58DVA-WS
5WS
Offset Support
58DVA-ES
5OS
Vaulted Ceiling Support
58DVA-CS
5SS
DRS
5DT-CCS
58DVA-SC
5SC
5SQSC
5DSC
5DT-SC
Montigo Fireplace Adapter
58DVA-AD-M1
TM-5AA6
5DNA
Montigo Termination Adapter
58DVA-AD-M2
TM-5TA1
5DMTA
Storm Collar
SC8
* Must use Montigo termination, see section 3-3-2.
5DWS
5DTWSB
5DT-OS
FLEXMASTER
Montigo Direct vent units are also approved
for use with Flexmaster flex pipe.
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Installation
Section 3-3-3: Heat Shields 5''/8''
Installing a Wall Mounted RHS8 heat shield
Installing a Wall Mounted RHS101 Heat shield
The RHS8 Heat shield CANNOT be used WITHIN 36" horizontal or 60"
vertically of the fireplace, (see figure 18a). For applications within these
dimensions the RHS101 Heat Shield MUST be used.
The RHS101 Heat shield MUST be used where the RHS8 Termination
(Figure 18 and 18a) CANNOT be used. Use the RHS100 within 36"
horizontal or 60" vertical.
To install the RHS8, frame an opening in combustible construction,
Figure 18 below. Slide the Heat shield in place over the vent pipe which
attaches to the fireplace. After the fireplace and vent pipe has been
installed, clearances should match the dimensions in Figure 18.
To install the RHS101, Slide the Inner Section over the vent pipe that
will connect to the fireplace. Fasten the vent pipe to the back of the
fireplace with a Min. of three sheet metal screws.
Next, slide the RHS101 outer section from the outside of the structure.
To complete the installation fasten the Heat Shield Outer Section &
Termination frame to the structure.
1” Min. Both sides Typical
RHS101 Heat Shield Outer Section
1'' min. Both sides Typical
Drywall / sheetrock
RHS101 Heat Shield, inner Section
min.
1”1''Min.
Termination
Vent pipe, from fireplace
RHS8 Heat Shield
RHS8 Heat Shield
Combustible Framing
Combustible framing
1”1''Min.
min.
Combustible framing
Figure 15.a RHS8 Installation. (Install by sliding over vent pipe where it passes through the
combustible construction).
Heat Shield
36''
Min.
Figure 15.c RHS101 Installation. (Install by sliding Outer Section over vent pipe where it passes
through the combustible construction.
RHS101 Heat Shield Outer Section
Drywall / sheetrock
RHS101 Heat Shield, inner Section
Termination
Termination
Vent pipe, from fireplace
60''
Min.
Hearth
Exterior
Wall
Figure 15.b RHS8 Installation. (Minimum requirements).
Figure 15.d Heat Shield. After sliding the outer section in place.
3/8'' min. Both sides Typical
3/8'' min.
Inner shield
Outer shield
3/8'' min.
Combustible Framing
Figure 15.e RHS101 Installation
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Installation
Section 4: Wiring
BATTERY PACK
1.5V AA TYPE
1.5V AA TYPE
SPARK
1.5V AA TYPE
1.5V AA TYPE
GREEN
RED
BLACK
3.15A FUSE
SENSOR
MAIN ON/OFF
SWITCH
885 PROFLAME
MAIN Power
120vac 60 hz
6 amps
WHITE
BLACK
BLUE
OPTIONAL CPI/IPI SWITCH
WHITE
YELLOW/GREEN
PILOT
ORANGE
GREEN
BLACK
BROWN
YELLOW
ORANGE
BURNER
MODELS
H38PFC*I-2
H38PRC*I-2
HL38PFC*I-2
HL38PRC*I-2
HL38C**I-2
H38C**I-2
LED LIGHTS
LED1 - RED LED
LED2 AMBER LED
Figure 16. Wiring diagram for SIT Proflame 2 Electronic Ignition
Legacy model wiring
The SIT Nova 820 gas valve may
be connected to a wall switch. Do
NOT connect any external power
to the remote switch.
MODELS
HL38DFPFCL
H38DFPFCN
HL38DFPFCL
HONEYWELL
PILOT
Honeywell (Q3450)
ASSEMBLY
Pilot Assembly
H38DFPFCN-I
HL38DFPFCL-I
H38DFPFCN-I
HL38DFPFCL-I
Pilot Electrical
PILOT
ELECTRICAL
Harness Connector
HARNESS
CONNECTOR
NOTE: The switch location
must not exceed 30' from the
fireplace.
HI-LO ADJUSTMENT
'Hi-Lo'
AdjustmentKNOB
Knob
MODELS
H38DFPFCN
PILOTAdjustment
ADJUSTMENT SCREW
Pilot
Screw
Power
POWER
Generator
GENNERATOR
HONEYWELL
GAS
Honeywell Gas
Control (SV9501M)
CONTROL
WALL SWITCH
ManifoldPRESSURE
Pressure
MANIFOLD
TEST
TestCONNECTION
Connection
Fan Plug
FAN
PLUG
Receptacle
RECEPACLE
RED
BLACK
GAS
Gas Control
CONTROL
Connector
CONNECTOR
WHITE
Wall Switch
115VAC
24VAC
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(Shown in “Pilot” position)
BLACK
Black
White
WHITE
Green
GREEN
GndSCREW
Screw
GROUND
INLET
InletPRESSURE
Pressure
GasCONTROL
ControlKNOB
Knob
GAS
JUNCTION
BOX
Junction Box
40 VA
VA
40
Transformer
TRANSFORMER
Wall Switch
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Installation
CPI [Continuous Pilot Ignition] / IPI [Intermittent Pilot
Ignition] Jumper Cable Installation
“Why use CPI mode”?
There are several reasons why you may choose to use CPI mode. When
a flue is cold it can be difficult to light the appliance. It can take a bit of
time (particularly on tall vents) to initialize vent action. This can result
in “lifting” or “ghosting” of the flames during the first two to three
minutes of operation. It is also possible to encounter times when the
fireplace fails to light successfully. The fireplace will then attempt to
re-light a second or third time depending on prevailing temperatures
or altitude. When in CPI mode, the pilot also keeps the system warm.
During a “cold” start, condensation will normally form on the inner glass
surface of the door. This condensation will quickly dry, however, the
condensation tends to run down the glass and cause some streaking.
CPI mode helps to resolve this issue. If CPI mode is used during the
winter months, the energy it takes to run the pilot is partially recovered
as heat into the building, so it does not use as much energy as running
a pilot in the off season.
A connector is supplied with this unit that can be plugged into the
wire harness connected to the controller. This jumper cable gives the
Remote Control the ability to operate the CPI / IPI switch and set the
unit to operate in either condition. CPI means “Continuous Pilot Ignition”
or “Standing Pilot” as it is commonly known. IPI means “Intermittent
Pilot Ignition”, which only initializes the pilot when you are going to be
using the appliance.
Installing the CPI Jumper Cable
1). Access the control box.
Figure 17.a Open the control box drawer
2). Remove the bag containing the Jumper Cable from the wire
harness connected to the controller.
The difference between IPI and CPI:
IPI (Intermittent Pilot Ignition) Mode: is a fuel saving mode in
which the pilot is only used when the main burner is on.
CPI (Continuous Pilot Ignition) Mode: The pilot runs continuously
even when the main burner is off. (Typically only used for winter
months)
Figure 17.b Locate Jumper cable
3). Find the corresponding plug attached to the control wire harness
and connect the CPI jumper.
Figure 17.c Connect CPI
4). See operation section to turn remote into CPI mode.
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Installation
Section 5: Installing the gas line
Section 5-1: Fuel Conversion
127
5"
203
8"
220
5
88"
• Verify that your fireplace is compatible with651
your available gas type.
(Natural Gas or Propane shown by "N" or 25
"L"5in
your model number
"
8
• If gas type is not compatible, contact your local Montigo representative.
After gas line is connected, each appliance connection, valve and
valve train MUST be checked while under normal operating pressure
with either a Liquid Solution, or Leak Detection Device, to locate any
source of leak. Tighten any areas where bubbling appears or a leak is
detected until bubbling stops completely or leak is no longer detected.
17 or explosion
DO NOT use a635
flame of any kind to test for leaks. A fire
11
will occur, 25"
causing serious injury, property damage
or death. 248
16 "
• Conversion kits must be installed by a qualified service technician.
1088
13
42 16 "
Section 5-2: Gas Pressure
1132
9
44 16 "
• Optimum appliance performance requires proper input pressures.
520
127will be determined in ANSI Z223.1/ NFPA
203
• Gas line sizing requirements
7
"
16CAN/CGA
54 National Fuel Gas8"Code in5"the USA 20
and
B149.1 in Canada.
Pressure requirements (during operation):
Manifold pressure
3.5in. w.c.
1087
13
42 16 "
PROPRIETARY AND CONFIDENTIAL
5.5in. w.c.
Figure 18. Pressure Requirements
3
94"
11in. w.c.
10in. w.c.
204
8"
667 518
3
1
26 4 "20 8 "
77
1
3 16 "
216
1
82"
177
7"
3
24 4 "
Montigo requires a service shut off valve be located
in an accessible
location to isolate the gas supply.
996
• Only install gas shut-off valves approved for use by the state, province, 3
"
or other governing body in which
the fireplace
is being installed.39
816
41416
102
PROPRIETARY AND CONFIDENTIAL
123
7
48"
616
DIMENSIONS TOLERANCES ARE IN:
H38DF-PFC / HL38DF-PFC
METRIC - MM
1.6 MM
1
IMPERIAL - FRACTIONAL 1/16"
DATE: November 29, 2017
24 4 "
"
THE INFORMATION CONTAINED39
IN THIS DRAWING
IS THE SOLE PROPERTY OF CANADIAN HEATING PRODUCTS. ANY REPRODUCTION IN PART OR AS A WHOLE WITHOUT THE WRITTEN PERMISSION OF CANADIAN HEATING PRODUCTS IS PROHIBITED.
1088
• To check pressures,
control valves have a provision to 8remove a 1/8”
7
42 8 "
628
N.P.T. plug to be
fitted with a hose barb (HSI only).
1
32 8 "
978
1
38 2 "
185
5
7 16 "
• The manifold outlet pressure is set from the factory to the appropriate
1006
pressure but should be verified.
5
•
636line
PFC Gas
1
25 16 "
access
GAS
SUPPLY
93
11
3 16 "
Propane
1271079
1
5"
42 2 "
POWER
SUPPLY
839
33"
1043
1
41 16 "
675
1007
9
440
5 26 16 "
PRESSURE
REQUIREMENTS
39
"
5
8
17 16 "
Gas Pressure
Natural Gas
Minimum inlet pressure
DANGER
600
5
23 8 "
918
3
36 16 "
4"
Section 5-3: GAS CONNECTION
123
13
4 16 "
5
16 16 "
47
7
18"
68
1
22"
29
1
18"
152
6"
PRC Gas line
access
85
3
38"
644
3
25 8 "
67
34
1
12"
235
1
94"
843
1
33 8 "
5
28"
• Flexible gas connectors must not exceed 3 feet in length, unless
H38DF-PRC / HL38DF-PRC
allowable within
local regulations.
THE INFORMATION CONTAINED IN THIS DRAWING IS THE SOLE PROPERTY OF CANADIAN HEATING PRODUCTS. ANY REPRODUCTION IN PART OR AS A WHOLE WITHOUT THE WRITTEN PERMISSION OF CANADIAN HEATING PRODUCTS IS PROHIBITED.
DIMENSIONS TOLERANCES ARE IN:
METRIC - MM
1.6 MM
IMPERIAL - FRACTIONAL 1/16"
3/8"1007
gas
inlet
5
39 8 "
• Connect incoming gas line to the 1/2"or
• Purge all air out of gas line.
DATE:
November 30, 2017
CL/CR Gas line
access
630
13
24 16 "
port.
844
1
33 4 "
• Check appliance connection, valve and valve train under normal
operating pressure with a commercially available leak check solution.
PROPRIETARY AND CONFIDENTIAL
DO NOT USE A FLAME OF ANY KIND TO TEST FOR LEAKS.
1072
3
42 16 "
360
3
14 16 "
87
7
3 16 "
Figure 18.b Gas Inlet Supply location
DIMENSIONS TOLERANCES ARE IN:
METRIC - MM
1.6 MM
IMPERIAL - FRACTIONAL 1/16"
CAUTION
H38DF-CR / HL38DF-CR
DATE:
November 29, 2017
THE INFORMATION CONTAINED IN THIS DRAWING IS THE SOLE PROPERTY OF CANADIAN HEATING PRODUCTS. ANY REPRODUCTION IN PART OR AS A WHOLE WITHOUT THE WRITTEN PERMISSION OF CANADIAN HEATING PRODUCTS IS PROHIBITED.
NOTICE
When pressure testing the fireplace, gas line, and input system
follow the appropriate local codes for your area. DO NOT connect
the fireplace to pressures in excess of 1/2lb. This will damage the gas
control valve.
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1
22 4 "
GAS
SUPPLY
We recommend careful consideration be given to the effects of
elevated mantel temperatures which may be in excess of product
design, for example: candles, plastic or pictures. This can cause
melting, deformation, discoloration or premature failure of T.V. radio,
and other electronic components.
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Installation
Section 6: Finishing
Mantels & Surrounds
Finishing around the fireplace
Non-combustible mantels and mouldings may be safely installed over
the top and on the front of the fireplace provided that they do not
project beyond shaded area shown
NOTE: National Canadian Gas Association mantel test requirements
are for fire hazard prevention to combustible materials.
Fireplace Facing
When sizing the finish material for your fireplace, it is important to
remember the following: THE OPENING MUST NOT BE OBSTRUCTED IN
ANY WAY - to do so restricts the air supply for the control compartments
and heat exchanger it also prevents access for servicing controls.
Please be aware, temperatures over the mantel will rise above normal
room temperature and walls above fireplace may be hot to touch.
Side wall clearances are 3". Combustible surrounds may be installed
with 3" clearance to the side of the fireplace as shown.
45°
Combustible facing
Non-combustible facing
(allowed over face)
The face of the fireplace may be painted to match the room decor,
provided you use a heat-resistant paint.
Combustible header
COMBUSTIBLE MANTLES AND FACINGS (FLUSH FINISH)
17
Combustible construction
allowed in shaded area
16
15
Combustible facing material
14
13
STEEL STUD
CONSTRUCTION
ALLOWED WITHIN
GREY SLASHED AREA
12
Vertical Height (In.)
4"
11
10
3"
Figure 21.d Combustible facing materials.
9
8
Nailing flange
or equivelent
7
6
5
4
Non-combustible
facing
3
2
1
Top of glass
12 11 10 9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
Please refer to the flush face finishing guide for more detailed
instructions.
FLUSH FACE FINISHING
(PREFERRED STYLE)
STANDARD FINISHING
Figure 21.b Combustible mantles and facings. (Not to scale)
A noncombustible finishing material may be installed over the face of
the unit as shown below. Please be aware that the temperature of the
fireplace face will be extremely hot and could be subject to cracking in
seams of concrete board or tile installed directly on the face.
HIGH STYLE FINISHING
Horizontal Run (In.)
Flush Finishing the Fireplace
Figure 21.ddd Flush facing vs Standard vs High style
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Installation
Section 7: Screen Installation and Removal
Removing the Screen
Replacement Screens
Grasp each top outer corner of the screen with your thumb and finger
and pull towards yourself. When the upper Screen Studs are free, lift
the screen at an angle from the lower slots from which the Screen
Bottom Tabs are held. Place the screen in a safe place.
For replacement part order numbers, please refer to section
"Replacement Parts"
NOTICE
To Install Screens
Hold the screens at an angle away from the fireplace, and locate the
Screen Bottom Tabs at the lower corners of the screen. Place the screen
into the Screen Tab Receptacles in the lower section of the fireplace.
Any safety screen, guard, or barrier removed for servicing an
appliance, must be replaced prior to operating the appliance
Make sure the tabs and screens are lowered all the way down into
the Screen Tab Receptacles on the fireplace. Then, push each Upper
Screen Stud on the top corners of the screen into the Upper Screen
Stud Receptacles in the fireplace.
Left Side Detail
Upper
Upper Screen
Screen
Studs
Studs
November-27-14 10:40:05 AM
UpperScreen
Screen
Upper
Stud Catch
Stud
Catch
To Remove t
Simply gra
outer corn
with your
finger and
you. Once
Screen Stu
an angle, l
from the lo
which the
Tabs are h
screen in a
To Install the
Holding th
angle away
fireplace, l
Screen Bo
lower corn
screen into
Tab Recep
lower secti
fireplace. M
tabs and s
lowered al
into the Sc
Recepticle
fireplace. T
Upper Scr
top corner
into the Up
Stud Catc
fireplace.
PROPRIETARY AND CONFIDENTIAL
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
FRACTIONAL
TWO PLACE DECIMAL
THREE PLACE DECIMAL
ALL BENDS ARE ASSUMED
UNLESS NOTED
OTHERWISE.
NAME
DATE
PC
11/25/2014
A
DWG. NO.
MATERIAL
SCALE
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Left Side Detail
Figure 19. Lift out the Retaining Tabs and screen
Removin
The Safe
THE INFORMATION CONTAINED IN THIS DRAWING IS THE SOLE PROPERTY OF CANADIAN HEATING PRODUCTS. ANY REPRODUCTION IN PART OR AS A WHOLE WITHOUT THE WRITTEN PERMISSION OF CANADIAN HEATING PRODUCTS IS PROHIBITED.
Screen Bottom
Screen
Bottom Tabs
CAUTION
Tabs
Screen Tab
Screen
Tab
Receptacles
Receptacles
Glass doors on gas fireplaces are extremely hot while the fireplace is
on and remain hot even after the fireplace has been turned off. Safety
screens are mandatory and can reduce the risks of severe burns.
Please keep children away from the fireplace at all times.
Figure 19.b Screen Installation and Removal
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Installation
Section 8: Installing & Removing the Door
Removing the door
The doors are removed in a few simple steps. Follow these below to
remove the horizontal access panel, unlatch the door buckles and,
remove the door. Replace in reverse order.
STEP 4:
Ensure the tool is firmly
in the lower end of the
slot, (as shown), Then pull
toward you.
2
WARNING
Figure 20.e Pull door latches
When reinstalling the door(s), always make sure all door buckles are
properly hooked and fully engaged.
STEP 5:
Hand-hold
TOOLS REQUIRED:
DOOR BUCKLE TOOL
Door Latch Slot
Pull hard if necessary to
release the spring tension.
(Caution: The latch springs
back with force, hold the
tool securely).
3
Door Latch Hook
Figure 20.a Door buckle Tool
Figure 20.f Lift the latch upward
STEP 1:
STEP 6:
Remove the Horizontal
valve blind by placing
fingers in both finger holes,
then pushing away from
you and lifting out. Place it
aside during maintenance
or cleaning.
Remove the tool from
the latch slot. Ensure the
latches are hanging freely,
the hook end is released
from the bottom of the
door. (Repeat all steps for
the remaining latches).
Install in reverse order.
4
Figure 20.g Lift the door up and out of the fireplace frame
Figure 20.b Removing and installing the Horizontal Access Panel
STEP 7:
STEP 2:
Locate door buckles
Fixed
panel
Fixed
panel
Grasp the door on either side, usually midway and lift upward,
lift the door carefully up and away from the front of the fireplace.
Place the door aside in a safe place while maintenance and / or
cleaning is being performed.
Door Buckles (PRC shown)
Door buckles
Figure 20.c Locate door buckles
Fixed
Panel
STEP 3:
Firmly grasp handhold end
of Door buckle tool and
place the machined end in
the slot under door frame.
(as shown)
Figure 20.d Locate door latches
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1
Figure 20.h Removing and installing the glass doors.
Reinstalling the door
To install the door, hook the top edge of the door frame into place.
Lower the door into position and follow the previous steps shown in
reverse order.
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Section 9: Installing the Accessories
H38ST Installing the Logs and Embers
STEP 1: Place Logs' "A" on Left & Right stands.
LOG A
LOG A
Installing the Firestones or optional
Fireglass
The linear model fireplace is supplied with firestones. Remove the
Door(s) as shown on page 24. Follow these instructions to ensure all
parts are removed or replaced as required. Once the glass door(s) is
removed place the firestones randomly across the pan as described.
Figure 22.c
STEP 2: Place Logs' "B" as shown, in front of Right-hand "A", and
behind Left-hand "B".
LOG B
Figure 21. spreading out firestones
LOG B
Figure 22.d
STEP 3: Log Installation. (Place Logs' "C" on-top of Logs "A".
Indentations on-top of Logs' "A"
LOG C
Figure 21.b Completed firestone installation
LOG C
Figure 22.e
STEP 4: Completed Installation.
WARNING: This appliance is intended for use only with the included
Montigo burners and accessories. Never install or add any additional
or alternative media, rock wool or other material in this appliance. The
use of additional or alternative materials may pose potential safety
hazards, damage to the appliance, and void manufacturer’s warranty.
LOG D
LOG D
Figure 22.f
INSTALLING THE EMBER MATERIAL The ember material is
supplied in two packages. Place the material evenly, forward of
both Log stands, under logs 'A' and 'B', also forward from Logs
'C' & 'D'. Refer to figure 25b. Ensure the burner holes are free of
ember material after placing the embers.
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Operation
Section 10: Start up Sequence
with Safety
American-Flame
Electronic
Ignition
For Your
READ
BEFORE
LIGHTING:
WARNING
If the information in these instructions is not followed exactly, a fire or explosion may
result causing property damage, personal injury or death.
WARNING/ CAUTION: Hot while in operation. Do not touch. Severe burns
may result. Keep children, clothing, furniture, gasoline and other liquids
having flammable vapours away.
See installation and operating instructions accompanying this appliance.
A.
This appliance is equipped with an ignition system that lights the pilot burner
automatically. Do not attempt to light the pilot by hand.
B.
BEFORE LIGHTING smell all around the appliance area for gas. Be sure to
smell next to the floor because some gas is heavier than air and will settle
on the floor.
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.
•
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.
C.
Use only your hand to push in or turn the gas control knob. Never use tools. If
the knob will not push in or turn by hand, don't try to repair it, call a qualified
service technician. Force or attempt to repair may result in a fire or explosion.
D. Do not use this appliance if any part has been under water. Immediately call
a qualified service technician to inspect the appliance and to replace any part
of the control system, and any gas control which has been under water.
Standing (Continuous) Pilot Ignition (SIT 820)
Lighting Instructions:
1.
STOP! Read the safety information above on this label.
2.
Lift out the lower Horizontal access panel.
3.
Push in gas control knob and turn clockwise
4.
Wait five (5) minutes to clear out any gas. Smell for gas, including near the
floor. If you then smell gas, STOP! Follow "B" in the safety information above
on this label. If you don't smell gas, go to the next step.
5.
Locate pilot burner (See illustration at right.) and follow steps below.
6.
Turn knob on gas control counter clockwise
7.
to "OFF."
to "PILOT."
Push in gas control knob completely and hold. Light with Piezo Igniter button.
Continue to hold the control knob in for about (1) minute after the pilot is
lit. Release the knob and it will pop back up. Pilot should remain lit. If it goes
out repeat steps 3 through 8.
If knob does not pop up when released. Stop and immediately call your
service technician or gas supplier.
If the pilot will not stay lit after several tries, turn the gas control knob to
"OFF" and call your service technician or gas supplier.
8.
Push in gas control knob and turn counter-clockwise
9.
Replace the lower Horizontal access panel.
to "ON."
10. Turn on remote switch to ignite fire.
Gas control knob (Shown in PILOT position)
NOTE: Gas control knob cannot be turned from "PILOT"
to "OFF" unless knob is pushed in slightly. Do not
force.
To Turn Off Gas To Appliance:
1.
Turn off remote switch.
2.
Lift out the lower Horizontal access panel.
30
3.
Push in gas control knob slightly and turn
force.
4.
Replace the lower Horizontal access panel.
clockwise to "Off". Do not
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Operation
SIT Proflame 2 Electronic Ignition
with Safety
American-Flame
Electronic
Ignition
For Your
READ
BEFORE
LIGHTING:
1.
STOP! Read the safety information above on this label.
6.
Turn fireplace "ON" using wall switch or remote control.
2.
Remove the lower Horizontal access panel.
7.
3.
Turn "ON" manual "ON/OFF" switch located below the horizontal access
panel (if available).
4.
Turn Incoming gas valve to the ON" position.
If the Fireplace does not light, the System will cycle through two trials, (one
minute audible clicking, thirty seconds of silence, and then another one
minute of audible clicking). If the system locks out due to inadequate gas
flow, refer to "Troubleshooting" in instruction guide.
5.
Wait 5 minutes to clear out any gas. If you smell gas, STOP! Follow "B" in the
safety information above on this label. If you don't smell gas, go to the next
step.
8.
After completion of the information in the Troubleshooting section, Repeat
step 5.
9.
If the system will not function correctly, follow the instructions "To Turn Off
Gas To Appliance" and call your service technician or gas supplier.
Main
Stepper harness
motor
SW1
Main
On/Off
Switch
Switch
sensor
Ignitor
Manifold
Pressure
MANIFOLD
PRESSURE
TEST
Test Connection
CONNECTION
LED1
LED2
SW1 = Programing Button
3.15A
Fuse
Power
INLETPressure
PRESSURE
Inlet
Test Connection
Pilot Adjustment Screw
PILOT ADJUSTMENT SCREW
LED1 = Red Diagnostic Light
LED2 = Amber Programing Remote Control Light
To Turn Off Gas To Appliance:
1.
Turn off fireplace using wall switch or remote control.
3.
Turn the incoming gas control valve to "Off".
2.
Remove the lower Horizontal access panel.
4.
Replace the lower Horizontal access panel.
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Operation
Remote Operation
The Proflame 2 System consists of the following elements:
1. Pilot Assembly
Blue back lit LCD display
2. Proflame Gas Valve.
3. Proflame 2 Control Module
On/Off key
Thermostat key
Up/Down arrow key
Mode key
4. Wiring Harness
5. Variable Speed fans (If applicable)
7. Proflame 2 remote control
8. Battery Pack
9 Manual override switch
NOTE: Can not be used with home automation systems.
The Proflame 2 Transmitter controls the following
fireplace functions
(all functions may not be available):
Figure 27. Proflame 2 Remote
1. Main Burner On/Off
2. Main Burner flame modulation (6 levels).
SW1
LED1
3. Choice of standing or intermittent pilot (CPI/IPI).
LED2
4. Thermostat and Smart thermostat functions.
6. Fan speed modulation (6 levels).
The Proflame 2 Transmitter uses a streamlined design with a
simple button layout and informative LCD display. A Mode Key is
provided to index between the features and a Thermostat Key is
used to turn On/Off or index through Thermostat functions, see
Figure 27. Additionally, a Key Lock feature is provided.
SW1 = Programing Button
LED1 = Red Diagnostic Light
LED2 = Amber Programing Remote Control Light
Figure 27.b Proflame 2 Control Module
WARNING
Do not expose remote control to temperatures below 0°C (32°F) or
above 50°C (122°F)
Key lock
Transmission
Low battery alarm
Room
Temperature
Thermostat
On/Off/State
CAUTION
Property Damage Hazard. Excessive heat can cause property damage.
The appliance can stay lit for many hours. Turn off the appliance if it is
not going to be attended for any length of time.
Set Point
Temperature/Level/State
Flame On
CPI mode
(optional)
Not Used
Not Used
Not Used
Fans
Figure 27.c Remote Control LCD Display
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Operation
Initializing the System for the first time
Temperature Indication Display
1. Set master override switch to off position.
With the system in the "Off" position, press the Thermostat Key
and the Mode Key at the same time. Look at the LCD screen on
the Remote Control to verify that a C or F is visible to the right of
the Room Temperature display.
2. Install four (4) AA batteries into the battery holder.
3. Install three (3) AAA batteries in the back of the remote
control. Note the polarity of batteries and install them as
indicated by the silk screen (+/-) on the holder.
4. Connect AC Power (115 volts, 60 Hz) to fireplace.
Operating the System for the first time
Press SW1 button on the control module. The control module will
beep three (3) times and an amber LED is illuminated to indicate
that the IFC (control board) is ready to synchronize with a remote
control within 10 sec. Push the ON button. The control module
will "beep" four (4) times to indicate transmitter's command is
accepted.
The System is now initialized.
Figure 27.e Remote Control display in Fahrenheit & Celsius
WARNING
Battery operated device. Read the battery instructions before
installing them into the system. Do not expose any battery, or its
holder, or a device in which batteries are installed, to a working
temperature greater than 54°C / 129°F
Turn On the Fireplace
With the system Off, turn the master override switch to on and
press the On/Off Key on the Remote Control. The Remote Control
display will show some other active Icons on the screen. At the
same time the Control Module will activate the fireplace. A single
"beep" from the Control Module will confirm reception of the
command.
Turn Off the Fireplace
With the system On, press the On/Off Key on the Remote
Control. The Remote Control LCD display will only show the
room temperature. At the same time the Control Module will
turn off the fireplace. A single "beep" from the Receiver confirms
reception of the command.
Figure 27.d Remote Control Battery Compartment
Figure 27.f Remote Control Display
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Operation
Remote-Flame Control
When you turn on the fireplace it starts on high. The proflame 2
has six (6) flame levels. Each time you press the Down Arrow Key
once the flame height will reduce by one step.
You can continue this until the main burner flame turns off. You
can still operate the accent lights and fans in this mode.
If the main burner flame is off and you press the up arrow key
once, the flame will automatically go to high.
Room Thermostat (Remote Control
Operation)
The Remote Control can operate as a room thermostat. The
thermostat can be set to a desired temperature to control
the comfort level in a room. To activate the function, press
the Thermostat Key, see Figure 27i. The LCD display on the
remote control will change to show that the room thermostat
is "On" and the set temperature is now displayed. To adjust the
set temperature press the Up or Down Arrow Keys until the
desired set temperature is displayed on the LCD screen of the
Transmitter.
Room Temperature
Figure 27.g Flame Off and Flame Level 1.
Set Temperature
Figure 27.i Setting Room Thermostat
Smart Thermostat (Remote Control
Operation)
Figure 27.h Flame Level 5 and Flame Level Maximum
The Smart Thermostat function adjusts the flame height in
accordance to the difference between the set point temperature
and the actual room temperatures. As the room temperature
gets closer to the set point the Smart Function will modulate the
flame down. To activate the function, press the Thermostat Key,
see Figure 27.j, until the word "SMART" appears to the right of
the temperature bulb graphic, see Figure 27j.
NOTE: When smart Thermostat is activated, manual flame height
adjustment is disabled.
Figure 27.j Smart flame function
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Operation
Disabling Thermostat
Fan Speed Control
Some jurisdictions and bedroom installations require the
thermostat to be disabled.
The fireplace is equipped with optional hot air circulating fans.
The speed of the fans can be controlled by the Proflame system.
The fan speed can be adjusted through six (6) speeds. To activate
this function use the Mode Key, see Figure 27, to index to the fan
control icon, see Figure 27m. Use the Up/Down Arrow Keys to
turn on, off, or adjust the fan speed. A single "beep" will confirm
reception of the command.
1. Partially take out one battery, see Figure 27k.
2. Insert the battery while holding down the thermostat button.
The remote screen will display 'Clr' while the button is held
down. See Figure 27l.
3. To enable thermostat repeat steps 1-2. The remote screen will
display 'set' while the thermostat button is held down.
Figure 27.m Fan Speed Control
Figure 27.k
Figure 27.l
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Operation
Section 10: Cleaning and Maintenance
General
Hi-Lo Burner Adjustment: (SIT 820).
• Have the fireplace and installation inspected yearly. The inspection
must include, but is not limited to, the following:
To adjust the flames, locate the black knob marked 'Hi-Lo', in the centre
of the gas control valve
• A visual check of the entire vent system and termination, where
accessible.
• To raise the flame height, turn the black knob (located behind the
lower control compartment) counter-clockwise.
• An inspection of the explosion relief flappers and the door
gaskets to ensure a proper seal.
• To lower the flame height, turn clockwise.
• An inspection of the burner, vent run, and primary air openings.
• An inspection of the gas valve, gas components, and pilot flame.
For your convenience a 1/8" manifold pressure tap is supplied
on the gas valve for a test gauge connection.
'Hi-Lo' Adjustment Knob
Pilot Adjustment Screw
Power
Generator
Wall Switch
• Inspection of all optional equipment; fans, thermostats, remote
control lights, etc.
• For Natural Gas this appliance requires a minimum inlet pressure
of 5.5" W.C. and a manifold pressure of 3.5" W.C.
• For Propane Gas this appliance requires a minimum inlet pressure
of 11" W.C. and a manifold pressure of 10" W.C.
• Always keep the fireplace area clear and free of combustible materials,
as well as gasoline and other flammable vapors and liquids.
• Do not use this appliance if any part has been under water.
Immediately call a qualified service technician to inspect the appliance
and to replace any part of the control system and any gas control
which has been under water.
• Inspection of glass doors and screen for damage and proper
installation.
Inlet Pressure
Manifold Pressure
Test Connection
Gas Control Knob (Shown in “Pilot” position)
Figure 28. Hi-Lo' Adjustment on the SIT Nova 820 gas valve
Hi-Lo Burner Adjustment: (Proflame 2).
To adjust the flames, locate the black knob marked 'Hi-Lo', in the centre
of the gas control valve
• To raise the flame height, turn the black knob (located behind the
lower control compartment) counter-clockwise.
• To lower the flame height, turn clockwise.
Cleaning
When the fireplace is first activated, there may be some smoke and a
visible film may be left on the glass. This is a normal condition, and is
the result of burning of protective coatings on new metal.
Manifold
Pressure
MANIFOLD
PRESSURE
TEST
Test Connection
CONNECTION
• Glass must be cleaned periodically to remove any film (which is
a normal by-product of combustion) which may be visible. Film
can easily be removed by removing the door. Handle the door
carefully, and clean it with non-abrasive, non-ammonia based
glass cleaners. One of the most effective products is Kel-Kem.
• During the initial firing, Silicone seals will "off gas", leaving a
visual deposit of a white substance on combustion chamber
walls. This can easily be removed using normal household
products.
• Use a vacuum cleaner or whisk broom to keep the control
compartment, burner, and firebox free from dust and lint.
NOTICE
Do not use ammonia or abrasive cleaners on the glass, they will
permanently etch the surface. Use an approved gas fireplace cleaner
such as Kel-Kem or White off.
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INLETPressure
PRESSURE
Inlet
Test Connection
Pilot Adjustment Screw
PILOT ADJUSTMENT SCREW
Figure 28.b 'Hi-Lo' Adjustment on the SIT Proflame 2 gas valve.
Pilot Burner Adjustment.
1. Locate Pilot Adjustment Screw.
2. Adjust pilot screw to provide properly sized flame as shown.
3. After installing or servicing, leak test with a soap solution with main
burner on. Coat pipe and tubing joints, gasket etc. with soap solution.
Bubbles indicate leaks. Tighten any areas where the bubbles appear
until the bubbling stops completely.
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Appendix
Annual inspection list for determining safe operation of
a direct vent gas fireplace
1) Inspect and operate the pressure relief mechanism to verify relief mechanisms are free
from obstruction to operate.
2) Clean glass window with a suitable fireplace glass cleaner. Abrasive cleaners must not
be used. Be careful not to scratch the glass when cleaning.
Troubleshooting SIT Proflame 2
The following is a troubleshooting chart of possible problems:
PROBLEM
SOLUTION
Pilot Igniter
won't spark
1. Check the MAIN ON-OFF switch (typically
located below the valve cover) and turn ON
2. Ensure main power is ON or new batteries
are installed in the remote control and backup
battery pack (if available).
3) Inspect the operation of the flame safety system Pilot or Flame rectification device.
4) Inspect and ensure the lighting of the main burner occurs within 4 seconds of the
main gas valve opening. Visual inspection should match that outlined in the appliance
instruction manual. Inspect primary air openings for blockage.
5) Inspect condition of vent and vent terminal for sooting or obstruction and correct if
present.
6) Vacuum and clean any debris in the firebox that is not supposed to be there.
7) Test and measure the flame failure response time of the flame safety system. It must
de-energize the safety shutoff in no more than 30 seconds.
8) Check all accessible gas-carrying tubes, connections, pipes and other components for
leaks.
Troubleshooting SIT 820
The following is a troubleshooting chart of possible problems:
PROBLEM
SOLUTION
Noisy Pilot
Flame
Locate pilot adjustment screw on gas control
valve. Flame is decreased by turning adjustment
screw clockwise.
Pilot won't
ignite
Disconnect remote wires and try to light pilot. If
pilot now works, remote connections are faulty.
Check wiring diagram
Main burner
will not light
1. Check wiring
3. Check the 3.15A fuse in the control box and
replace if necessary
Pilot Igniter
sparking, but
Pilot burner
will not light
1. Verify the Inlet and Manifold Gas Pressure are
within acceptable limits
Pilot lights , but
Main burner
will not Light
1. Check and verify all wiring connections as per
the wiring diagram.
Pilot lights , but
Main burner
will not Light
and igniter
continues to
spark
1. Check the Pilot Flame Sensor Rod and clean
with steel wool or similar.
2. Check all connections to gas valve
3. Check connection to stepper motor (if
available)
2 . Verify the inlet and Manifold Pressure are
within acceptable limits
2. Check the Pilot hood and clean with steel wool
if dirty.
3. Adjust pilot flame using the pilot adjustment
screw if the pilot flame is too long or too short
(Flame should fully engulf the sensor rod and
must be stable).
4. Check and make sure the ground wire from
the pilot is connected to the fireplace body.
Fans not
working
1. Ensure main power is ON (fireplace may be
operating on back up batteries).
2. Check the 3.15A fuse in the control box and
replace if necessary
2. Check wall switch for proper connection
If your fireplace still does not operate correctly, consult your local
Montigo dealer.
All service and repairs should be performed by a qualified
Technician.
Spare parts and accesories are available from your local Montigo
dealer.
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Appendix
Replacement Parts
Replacement Parts List - Standing Pilot
H38PFC
Log Set
HL38PFC
RLGS47
N/A
H38PRC
RDTH38CL02
RDTH38CL02
HL38PRC
RLGS47
N/A
NG Gas Valve
RGC1006
Propane Gas Valve
RGC1005
NG Pilot
RPA020
Propane Pilot
RPA021
NG Burner
H38C
HL38C
RLGS47
N/A
RDTH38CL01
RDTH38CL01
RSCH38CL2
RSCH38CL2
RTC182
Thermopile
RPG001
Piezo Ignitor
PIEZO
Pilot Tubing
RPTA03
Door
(For corner units
CL = left, CR = right)
RDTH38PF01, RDTH38PF02, RDTH38PF03
Replacement Screen
(For corner units
CL = left, CR = right)
RSCH38PFC1, RSCH38PFC2, RSCH38PFC3
NAME
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
TOLERANCES:
PC
Drawn by
FRACTIONAL 1/32"
.015" Revision / Date
TWO PLACE DECIMAL
THREE PLACE DECIMAL .005"
Revision
ALL BENDS ARE ASSUMED
TO BE 90 UNLESS NOTED
Finish
OTHERWISE.
DATE
Description
H38D
01/26/2015
DWG. NO.
A
SCALE 1:12 WEIGH
RSCH38CL1
RSCH38CL1
RDTH38CR01, RDTH38CR02
RSCH38CL1, RSCH38CL2
RSCH38CR1, RSCH38CR2
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
TOLERANCES:
Drawn by
FRACTIONAL 1/32"
.015" Revision / Date
TWO PLACE DECIMAL
THREE PLACE DECIMAL .005"
Revision
ALL BENDS ARE ASSUMED
TO BE 90 UNLESS NOTED
Finish
OTHERWISE.
DATE
NAME
PC
Description
H38DF-C
01/14/2015
DWG. NO.
A
SCALE 1:12 WEIGHT:
THE INFORMATION CONTAINED IN THIS DRAWING IS THE SOLE PROPERTY OF CANADIAN HEATING PRODUCTS. ANY REPRODUCTION IN PART OR AS A WHOLE WITHOUT THE WRITTEN PERMISSION OF CANADIAN HEAT
LGSH38PR
NG Gas Valve (with stepper
motor)
RGC3033
Propane Gas Valve (with stepper
motor)
RGC3034
NG Pilot Assembly
RPA035
Propane Pilot Assembly
RPA036
Ignitor Probe Assembly
RGC3075
Flame sensor rod assembly
RGC3076
Pilot Tubing
RLGS47
HL38PRC
RDTH38CR02
RDTH38CR01
N/A
RDTH38CR01
RDTH38CR02
RGC3095
Proflame Transmitter
RGC3063
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
TOLERANCES:
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
TOLERANCES:
Drawn by
FRACTIONAL 1/32"
.015" Revision / Date
TWO PLACE DECIMAL
THREE PLACE DECIMAL .005"
Revision
ALL BENDS ARE ASSUMED
TO BE 90 UNLESS NOTED
Finish
OTHERWISE.
Description
H38DF-CR DOORS 1,2
01/26/2015
DWG. NO.
H38DF-CR-DOORS 1,2
MATERIAL
SHEET 1 OF 1
SCALE 1:12 WEIGHT:
NAME
PC
DATE
Description
H38DF-CR SCREENS 1,2
12/05/2014
A
DWG. NO.
H38DF-CR-SCREENS 1,2
MATERIAL
SHEET 1 OF 2
SCALE 1:12 WEIGHT:
THE INFORMATION CONTAINED IN THIS DRAWING IS THE SOLE PROPERTY OF CANADIAN HEATING PRODUCTS. ANY REPRODUCTION IN PART OR AS A WHOLE WITHOUT THE WRITTEN PERMISSION OF CANADIAN HEATING PRODUCTS IS PROHIBITED.
RDTH38PR01, RDTH38PR02, RDTH38PR03
RSCH38PFC1, RSCH38PFC2, RSCH38PFC3
RSCH38PRC1, RSCH38CL2, RSCH38CR3
November-27-14 11:01:20 AM
November-26-14 2:58:23 PM
RDTH38PF01, RDTH38PF02, RDTH38PF03
Replacement Screen
December-02-14 8:50:29 AM
PC
A
RSCH38CR2
RSCH38CR1
Door
RSCH38PRL2
DATE
NAME
Drawn by
FRACTIONAL 1/32"
.015" Revision / Date
TWO PLACE DECIMAL
THREE PLACE DECIMAL .005"
Revision
ALL BENDS ARE ASSUMED
TO BE 90 UNLESS NOTED
Finish
OTHERWISE.
THE INFORMATION CONTAINED IN THIS DRAWING IS THE SOLE PROPERTY OF CANADIAN HEATING PRODUCTS. ANY REPRODUCTION IN PART OR AS A WHOLE WITHOUT THE WRITTEN PERMISSION OF CANADIAN HEATING PRODUCTS IS PROHIBITED.
RSCH38CR1
RSCH38CR2
RPTA03
Control Module
January-26-15 3:00:13 PM
N/A
H38PRC
RSCH38PFC1
RDTH38PR02
RDTH38PR02
RDTH38PF03
RDTH38PF01
RDTH38PF01
RDTH38PF01
Description
H38PRC-NO SCREENS
DWG. NO.
H38PRC-NO SCREENS
MATERIAL
SCALE 1:8
WEIGHT:
SHEET 1 OF 2
THE INFORMATION CONTAINED IN THIS DRAWING IS THE SOLE PROPERTY OF CANADIAN HEATING PRODUCTS. ANY REPRODUCTION IN PART OR AS A WHOLE WITHOUT THE WRITTEN PERMISSION OF CANADIAN HEATING PRODUCTS IS PROHIBITED.
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
FRACTIONAL
TWO PLACE DECIMAL
THREE PLACE DECIMAL
ALL BENDS ARE ASSUMED
UNLESS NOTED
OTHERWISE.
NAME
DATE
PC
11/26/2014
A
DWG. NO.
MATERIAL
SCALE
THE INFORMATION CONTAINED IN THIS DRAWING IS THE SOLE PROPERTY OF CANADIAN HEATING PRODUCTS. ANY REPRODUCTION IN PART OR AS A WHOLE WITHOUT THE WRITTEN PERMISSION OF CANADIAN HEATING PRODUCTS IS PROHIBITED.
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DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
TOLERANCES:
Drawn by
FRACTIONAL 1/32"
.015" Revision / Date
TWO PLACE DECIMAL
THREE PLACE DECIMAL .005"
Revision
ALL BENDS ARE ASSUMED
TO BE 90 UNLESS NOTED
Finish
OTHERWISE.
NAME
PC
A
DATE
11/27/2014
Description
H38PFC-NO SCREENS
DWG. NO.
H38PFC-NO SCREENS
Y:\Products\Residential Products\H38DF-PFC\H38DF-PFC
A
DATE
12/01/2014
Y:\CADD\38\PANORAMA\H38DF-PRC
PC
RSCH38PFC1
RDTH38PF02
RDTH38PF02
RSCH38PRC2
PROPRIETARY AND CONFIDENTIAL
NAME
Y:\CADD\38\PANORAMA\H38DF-PRC
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
TOLERANCES:
Drawn by
FRACTIONAL 1/32"
.015" Revision / Date
TWO PLACE DECIMAL
THREE PLACE DECIMAL .005"
Revision
ALL BENDS ARE ASSUMED
TO BE 90 UNLESS NOTED
Finish
OTHERWISE.
RSCH38PRC1
PROPRIETARY AND CONFIDENTIAL
RDTH38PR02
RDTH38PR02
PROPRIETARY AND CONFIDENTIAL
PROPRIETARY AND CONFIDENTIAL
RDTH38PR01
RDTH38PR01
Y:\CADD\38\CORNER\P38-CR DF
RLGS47
HP38PRC
RSCH38PFC2
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
FRACTIONAL
TWO PLACE DECIMAL
THREE PLACE DECIMAL
ALL BENDS ARE ASSUMED
UNLESS NOTED
OTHERWISE.
NAME
DATE
PC
11/25/2014
A
DWG. NO.
MATERIAL
SCALE
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MATERIAL
SCALE 1:8
WEIGHT:
SHEET 1 OF 2
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Y:\CADD\38\CORNER\P38-CR DF
LGSH38STCRPF
HL38PFC
PROPRIETARY AND CONFIDENTIAL
Log Set
H38PFC
PROPRIETARY AND CONFIDENTIAL
HP38PFC
H38DF
MATERIAL
Replacement Parts List - SIT IPI Proflame 2
Part
H3
MATERIAL
THE INFORMATION CONTAINED IN THIS DRAWING IS THE SOLE PROPERTY OF CANADIAN HEATING PRODUCTS. ANY REPRODUCTION IN PART OR AS A WHOLE WITHOUT THE WRITTEN PERMISSION OF CANADIAN HE
RDTH38CL01, RDTH38CL02
PROPRIETARY AND CONFIDENTIAL
Thermocouple
PROPRIETARY AND CONFIDENTIAL
Contact Local Montigo Dealer
Propane Burner
January-26-15 3:16:54 PM
Part
Appendix
Appendix A: Venting Terminations
Covered
Alcove Detail
2’
2’
17.5’’
2’
Covered
Alcove Detail
Vinyl Siding
2’
29.5’’
11.5’’
17’’
Must use Vinyl Siding
Termination Shield
Location
Canada*
USA**
A
clearance to the termination frame above grade, veranda, porch, deck, or balcony
12 inches
12 inches
B
clearance to top of doors or operable windows
12 inches
12 inches
C
clearance to sides or bottom of door or operable windows
12 inches
9 inches
D
clearance to permanently closed window when installed with approved glass penetration termination
0
0
E
clearance to permanently closed window Recommended to prevent condensation
16 inches
16 inches
F
clearance to ventilated soffit located within a horizontal distance to 24 inches from centerline of termination
22 inches
22 inches
30 inches to combustibles
16 inches to non-combustibles
30 inches to combustibles
16 inches to non-combustibles
G
clearance to unventilated soffit
H
clearance to outside corner
9 inches
9 inches
I
clearance to inside corner
12 inches
12 inches
J
clearance to each side of the vertical centerline of a metre or regulatory assembly to a maximum vertical distance of 15ft
3 feet
3 feet
K
clearance to service regulator vent outlet
3 feet
3 feet
L
clearance to non mechanical air supply inlet to the building or combustion air inlet to other appliance for appliance <=
100.000 BTU/H (30 KW)
12 inches
12 inches
3 feet above air inlet
M
clearance to forced air supply inlet
6 feet
N
clearance above paved sidewalk or paved driveway located on public property
7 feet
7 feet
P
clearance under veranda, porch, deck, or balcony
22 inches to combustibles
16 inches to non-combustibles
22 inches to combustibles
16 inches to non-combustibles
Q
clearance above roof
2 feet
2 feet
R
clearance to adjacent walls and neighboring buildings
2 feet
18 inches
S
clearance from corner in recessed location
12 inches
12 inches
T
Maximum depth of recessed location
4 feet
4 feet
U
Maximum width for back wall of recessed location
2 feet
2 feet
V
Horizontal clearance between two terminations that are level
W
Horizontal clearance (centre to centre) between two terminations that are not level
0
0
18 inches
18 inches
Note 1: For N a vent shall not terminate directly above the sidewalk or paved driveway which is located between two single family dwellings and serve both dwelling.
Note 2: For P only permitted if veranda, porch, deck, or balcony is fully open on a minimum of two sides beneath the floor
Note 3: For J, K, and as specified in CGA B149 installation code. Local codes or regulations may vary.
* Based on CGA B149.1 Natural Gas and Propane installation code. Local codes may vary, please check with local regulatory agency.
** Based on ANSI Z223.1/NFPA 54 National Fuel Gas Code. Local codes may vary, please check with local regulatory agency.
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Appendix
Appendix B: Warranty
MONTIGO RESIDENTIAL WARRANTY PROGRAM
Canadian Heating Products Inc. and/or Montigo DelRay Corp
(collectively referred to herein as "The Companies"), warrants the
Montigo gas appliance (referred to herein as 'the appliance') to
be free from defects in materials and workmanship at the time
of manufacture. The gas appliance and related components are
further subject to the terms and conditions set forth below.
This warranty covers the following Montigo product series:
Distinction, H, I, L, Linear P and PL, R, RP, Mahana and DelRay
Component
Coverage Period
Labor Coverage
Firebox, heat exchanger
15 years
1 year
Main burner
15 years
1 year
Gas control valve and related control components
(pilot assembly, spark electrode flame sensors,
thermopile)
1 year
1 year
Electrical components (internal blowers, ignition
control module, wiring, switches, remote control
systems, blower control module, accent bulbs)
1 year
1 year
Firebox media (logset, glass beads, river rocks)
1 year
1 year
Glass (thermal breakage)
1 year
1 year
Plated, painted finishes (including interior reflective
glass)*
1 year
1 year
Refractory lining
1 year
1 year
Mesh/Glass safety barriers
1 year
1 year
Power Vent Control box
1 year
1 year
Montigo Venting (excluding terminations)
15 years
1 year
* Exterior painted surfaces exempt
QUALIFICATIONS TO THE WARRANTY
This Warranty only covers gas appliances installed in the United
States or Canada.
To receive the benefits of this warranty, the appliance must
be purchased, installed and serviced annually by a dealer
authorized by The Companies for the warranty to be valid.
The gas appliance must be installed by a licensed professional
in accordance with The Companies' installation instructions
and local building codes. The warranty on the appliance covers
only components manufactured by The Companies. The use of
components manufactured or supplied by other manufacturers
and used in conjunction with the appliance could create serious
safety hazards, may result in the denial of certification by
recognized national safety agencies and could violate local
building codes. Such use may untimely void this warranty. This
warranty does not cover any damages occurring from the
use of any components not manufactured or supplied by The
Companies.
warranties. This warranty is transferable. The appliance must
remain in its original place of installation to be valid.
If the components of the appliance covered by this warranty
are found to be defective within the time frame stated (see The
Companies investigation of claims), The Companies will, at its
option, replace or repair defective components of the appliance
manufactured by The Companies at no charge and will also
pay for labor costs (in accordance with schedule) incurred in
replacing or repairing components. If repair or replacement
is not commercially practical, The Companies will, at its sole
discretion, fully discharge all obligations under the warranty by
refunding the verified dealer purchase price of the appliance,
excluding the cost of labor unless the labor is covered by the
terms of the warranty.
This warranty covers only parts and labor as provided above.
In no case shall the companies be responsible for materials,
components or construction, which are not manufactured or
supplied by The Companies, or for the labor necessary to install,
repair or remove such materials, components or construction. All
replacement or repair components will be shipped F.O.B. from
the nearest Company factory.
LIMITATION ON LIABILITY
It is agreed and understood that The Companies sole obligation,
and purchaser's exclusive remedy under this warranty, under
any other warranty, expressed or implied, or in contract, tort or
otherwise, shall be limited to repair, replacement or refund as
specified above. The opinion of The Companies with respect to
these matters shall be final.
In no event shall The Companies be responsible for any
incidental or consequential damages caused by (but not limited
to) improper installation, installation by an unqualified or
unauthorized installer, accident, lack of regular maintenance,
user error, abuse, misuse, Acts of God, power surges, floods,
natural disasters, force majeure, defects in its appliance whether
such damage occurs or is discovered before or after replacement
or repair, and whether or not such damage is caused by The
Companies negligence. Some jurisdictions do not allow the
exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages,
so the above limitation or exclusion may not apply to you. The
duration of any implied warranty with respect to the appliance
is limited to the duration of the foregoing warranty. Some
jurisdictions do not allow limitations on how long an implied
warranty lasts, so the above limitation or exclusion may not
apply to you.
The appliance must be subjected to normal use. The appliance
is designed to burn natural gas (NG) or liquefied petroleum (LP)
only. Burning conventional fireplace fuels such as wood, coal or
any other solid fuel will cause damage to the appliance, produce
excessive temperatures will result in a fire hazard and void all
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Appendix B: Warranty Continued
EXCLUSIONS TO WARRANTY
USA Offices
Corrosion or rust of any kind due to a lack of maintenance,
inadequate combustion air or improper venting and corrosive
chemicals/environments, expansion and contraction of metals or
minor movements of components causing noise are not covered
by this warranty.
6955 Salashan Parkway
Willful misconduct (i.e. use of the appliance with problems
known to the purchaser and causing further damages), including
unauthorized or self-performed 'fixing' or exploration of the
appliance's internal workings will void the warranty.
Appliances on which the serial number has been altered, defaced,
removed or made illegible will void the warranty.
Costs incurred for diagnosis, service work, shipping and handling
of defective or replacement parts are not covered under this
warranty.
The published warranties are not applicable for any equipment
manufactured by The Companies that has been sold direct to
the consumer via internet or auction websites. The Companies
do not endorse, approve or certify any online sale of its products
through auction websites, online retailers or any other method
of online sales direct to consumers.
Ferndale WA, 98248
techsupport@montigo.com
Canadian Offices
27342 Gloucester Way
Langley, BC V4W 4A1
techsupport@montigo.com
The terms and conditions of this warranty may be altered or
amended from time to time without prior notice.
WARRANTY PERIOD: Warranty coverage begins on the date of
original purchase. In the case of new construction, warranty
coverage begins on the date of first occupancy of the dwelling
or six months after the sale of the product by an independent,
authorized Company dealer/ distributor, whichever occurs
earlier.
INVESTIGATION OF CLAIMS AGAINST
WARRANTY
The Companies reserve the right to investigate any and all claims
against this warranty and decide upon method of settlement.
The Companies are not responsible for work done without
written consent of The Companies.
The Companies shall in no event be responsible for any warranty
work done without first obtaining the Companies written
consent.
The Companies employees and dealers have no authority to
make any warranties to neither alter this warranty nor authorize
any remedies in addition to or inconsistent with those stated
within this warranty.
IF WARRANTY SERVICE IS NEEDED
To make a claim under this warranty, contact your installing
dealer or contractor. The installing dealer is responsible for
providing service and will contact the companies to initiate
warranted parts replacements. In the event the installing dealer
is unavailable, contact your nearest authorized Montigo dealer
(www.Montigo.com) or contact Montigo direct at techsupport@
montigo.com. Ensure you have your sales receipt and the model
and serial number of your appliance.
DO NOT ATTEMPT TO DO ANY SERVICE WORK YOURSELF
If you cannot locate the installing dealer, or nearest dealer/
distributor, you must notify The Companies in writing.
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Appendix C: Amendment
(Gas Fireplace / Equipment sold in the State of Massachusetts)
5.08: Modifications to NFPA-54, Chapter 10
(1) Revise NFPA-54 section 10.5.4.2 by adding a second exception as
follows:
Existing chimneys shall be permitted to have their use continued
when a gas conversion burner is installed, and shall be equipped
with a manually reset device that will automatically shut off the
gas to the burner in the event of a sustained back-draft.
(2) Revise 10.8.3 by adding the following additional requirements:
(a) 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 backup may be installed on the next adjacent floor level.
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.
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 2042 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.
(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.
(3) After NFPA-54 section 10.10.4.2 add a new section 10.10.4.3 as
follows:
When more than four gas appliances are to be vented through a
common gas vent or common horizontal vent manifold, a plan of
the proposed vent installation shall be submitted to the Inspector
and the serving gas supplier for review and approval.
Extraction from: Massachusetts Rules and Regulations
5.00: Amendments To 2002 Edition Of ANSI Z223.1-NFPA-54
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