Hanover TRAD5PCCFP-BLU Traditions 5-Piece Aluminum Patio Fire Pit Conversation Set with Blue Cushions and 30,000 BTU Cast-Top Fire Pit Table Use and Care Manual

Hanover TRAD5PCCFP-BLU Traditions 5-Piece Aluminum Patio Fire Pit Conversation Set with Blue Cushions and 30,000 BTU Cast-Top Fire Pit Table Use and Care Manual
Hanover Outdoor Furniture
IMPORTANT
If you have any problems with this product (missing or damaged parts, assembly issues, etc.),
PLEASE DO NOT RETURN TO THE RETAILER/STORE
from where you purchased the product.
Please call our Toll‐Free Customer Service Hotline at:
1‐800‐416‐3511
Between 9:00 AM and 5:00 PM Eastern Time, Monday through Friday
Or visit our website at:
www.hanover‐products.com
To expedite any future warranty claims, please retain the Instruction Sheet, Warranty
Card and receipt for future use.
For additional on‐line support on assembly, troubleshooting and care & maintenance of your outdoor
furniture, please visit our website at: www.hanover‐products.com.
6/1/2015 (a)
Care & Maintenance
Outdoor furniture can be enjoyed for many years when well maintained.
Regular Maintenance
Wash the furniture with a solution of mild detergent and water, rinse with clear water, and dry thoroughly. To all metal frames, apply a
fine, clear automobile wax for maximum protection against harmful ultraviolet exposure and salt air.
For best protection, perform this maintenance two or three times per year in low pollution areas or more frequently in high pollution
areas. Please note that these durable materials can be safely cleaned as often as desired. Note: Some suntan and sun block products
may be harmful to resin, cushions and strap, mesh and vinyl lace and strap. Do not allow such products to come in contact with any
seating surfaces to avoid deep penetrating stains, which are not covered under warranty.
How to Clean & Care for Teak Furnishings
Left alone to age, the natural color of teak furnishings will weather to a soft, silver grey. This process will take approximately nine
months, depending on the degree of sunlight and rain exposure. Imperfections, which are inherent properties of the wood, will show
over time, enhancing the beauty of the furniture. In humid or wet climates, or after rains, the wood may naturally expand and contract,
causing the grain to rise. This is to be expected with exposure to the elements and will stabilize after the initial weathering occurs.
To maintain teak furnishings, use a soft bristled utility brush and stroke lightly in the direction of the grain to remove surface dust. For
more stubborn dirt, the wood may be washed with a mild solution of four parts laundry detergent or dish washing soap to one part
bleach in water, then rinsed thoroughly and allowed to dry completely. Oiling the wood may cause mildew or irregular coloring.
How to Clean Woven Furnishings
Woven furnishings are made of durable and weatherproof extruded polyethylene resin weave. Light stains and soils may be removed
with a solution of mild detergent and water, rinsed with clear water and dried thoroughly. Mildew and heavy stains can be removed with
a quality commercial outdoor furniture cleaner and protectant. Woven furnishings may not be suitable for intensely hot climates.
How to Clean Fabric
Fine outdoor fabrics are designed to endure years of sun, soil and moisture. Wash outdoor cushions with a solution of mild detergent
and water and thoroughly rinse with clear water. Stand cushions on end and allow to air dry completely. Light stains can be removed as
above. Mildew and heavy stains can be removed with a quality commercial outdoor furniture cleaner and protectant. Note: Do not dry
clean or use a washing machine or dryer. Do not steam or use water at temperatures above 100º F when washing. Note: Be careful to
keep the outdoor furniture cleaner from contact with the cushions of your outdoor furniture, as it will cause discoloration. Do not use
bleach on printed acrylic fabrics. Do not use solvent-type materials on woven vinyl, woven blend or ultra woven blend fabrics as they
will damage the yarns. Do not use chlorine based cleaners.
How to Clean Mesh
Remove light stains with a solution of mild detergent and water, then rinse with clear water and dry thoroughly. Mildew and heavy
stains can be removed with a quality commercial outdoor furniture cleaner and protectant.
How to Clean Strap
For general or light cleaning, begin by brushing dirt off the strap. Apply a solution of mild detergent and warm water and allow it to soak
into the strap. Gently clean with a sponge or soft bristle brush, then rinse thoroughly with clear water and allow the strap to air dry.
How to Clean Vinyl Strap
Apply a quality vinyl protectant to guard against the effects of air pollution, salt air build-up, and mildew. To remove difficult stains use
rubbing alcohol applied with a soft cloth.
How to Clean & Care for Stone and Marble Tops
Tabletops are designed for normal outdoor use in residential settings. To maintain the natural beauty we recommend resealing your
table top when necessary, with the same sealer product applied during the manufacturing process. The sealer penetrates the stone
and acts as a repellent, preventing absorption of moisture and stainable materials.
If tabletop is stained with products such as wine, soda, coffee, or other colorants of organic origin, clean these spills immediately with a
mild detergent then rinse with water. In extreme cold climates, it is recommended that tabletops be stored in a dry indoor area or be
covered with suitable outdoor furniture cover. Be sure to allow space between the tabletop and the cover so that moisture does not
collect on the table; this will promote airflow and allow moisture to escape.
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PARTS IDENTIFICATION LIST
* NOTE: PARTS SHOWN ON PARTS LIST ARE NOT TO SCALE
PARTS LIST
A
DESCRIPTION
FOOT CAP
FACTORY ASSEMBLY
ORDER PART #
FC0030
A
AAF06000
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ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
CSA Model 99000
ARL00100
Installer: Leave these instructions with consumer.
Consumer: Keep these instructions for future reference.
DANGER
If you smell gas:
1. Shut off gas to the appliance.
2. Extinguish any open flame.
3. If odor continues, keep away from
the appliance and immediately call
your gas supplier or fire department.
WARNING:
Improper installation, adjustment alteration,
service or maintenance can cause injury or
property damage. Read the installation,
operating and maintenance instructions
thoroughly before installing or servicing this
equipment.
WARNING: For Outdoor Use Only
WARNING
Do not store or use gasoline or other
flammable vapors and liquids in the
vicinity of this or any other appliance.
An LP-cylinder not connected for use
shall not be stored in the vicinity of this
or any other appliance.
DANGER
FOR USE WITH 20LB (9KG) PROPANE
CYLINDER WITH TYPE 1 CONNECTION OR FOR
USE WITH NATURAL GAS AFTER CONVERSION
KIT IS INSTALLED (MUST BE PROFESSIONALLY
INSTALLED) ALSO THE LP REGULATOR MUST
BE SUPPLIED BY THE MANUFACTURER.
CARBON MONOXIDE HAZARD
This appliance can produce carbon
monoxide which has no odor.
Using it in an enclosed space can kill
you.
Never use this appliance in an enclosed
space such as a camper, tent, car or
home.
Questions, Problems, Missing Parts? Before returning to
your retailer, call our customer service department in the
US and Canada at 1-800-416-3511, Monday-Friday, 9 a.m.–
5 p.m. Eastern Time.
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Dec-01-2014
WARNING:
USE FACTORY APPROVED
REPLACEMENT PARTS AND
ACCESSORIES ONLY. USE
OF UNAPPROVED PART OR
ACCESSORIES CAN VOID
THE WARRANTY ON THIS
PRODUCT AND RESULT IN
AHAZARDOUS CONDITION.
PLEASE CONTACT US FOR
INFORMATION REGARDING
REPLACEMNT
HOSES,THERMOCOUPLES,
ELECTRODES,IGNITION
MODULES,LAVAROCKS,LO
GS, FIRE ICE, ETC.
IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION
The installation must conform with local codes or, in the absence of local codes, with the
National Fuel Gas Code, ANSI Z223.1/NFPA 54; International Fuel Gas Code. ; Natural
Gas and Propane Installation Code, CSA B149.1; or Propane Storage and Handling Code,
B149.2, as applicable.
The appliance must be isolated from the gas supply piping system by closing its
equipment shutoff valve during any pressure testing of the gas supply system at test
pressure equal to or less than 1/2 psi (3.5kPa).
The appliance area must be kept clear and free from combustible materials, 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.
Children and adults should be alerted to the hazards of high surface temperatures
and kept at a safe distance to avoid burns or clothing ignition.
Young children should be carefully supervised when they are anywhere near the
appliance.
Clothing or other flammable material should not be hung from the appliance, or
placed on or near the appliance.
Any screen or guard removed for servicing an appliance must be replaced prior to
operating the appliance.
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 may be required as necessary. It is imperative that
the control compartments, burners and circulating air passageways of the
appliance be kept clean.
Do NOT burn solid fuels in this gas fireplace.
CAUTION: The propane gas pressure regulator provided with this appliance must be
used. This regulator is set for an outlet pressure of 11 inches water column.
This outdoor gas appliance is not intended to be installed in or on recreational vehicles
and/or boats.
Before each use of this gas appliance, open the LP (Liquid Propane) Tank Drawer and
inspect the LP Hose. If there is evidence of excessive abrasion or wear, or the hose is cut,
it must be replaced prior to the gas appliance being put into operation. Use only the
replacement hose assembly specified in this manual. Inspect the burner before each use
of the appliance. The burner must be replaced prior to the appliance being put into
operation if it is evident that the burner is damaged. Use only the burner listed in these
instructions.
Keep the fuel supply hose away from any heated surfaces.
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION ABOUT
PROPANE (LP) GAS
A self contained LP-gas cylinder for use with this appliance must have a
capacity of 20 lbs. and must be equipped with a Type 1 connector and an OPD
(overfill protection device). See Figure 1.
The LP-gas supply cylinder to be used must be constructed and marked in
accordance with the specification for LP-gas cylinders of the U.S. Department
of Transportation (DOT) or the National Standard of Canada, CAN/CSA-B339,
Cylinder, Sphere and Tubes for the Transportation of Dangerous Goods.
 The cylinder supply system must be arranged for vapor withdrawal.
 The cylinder used must include a collar to protect the cylinder valve.
 This appliance shall be used only outdoors in a well-ventilated space and
shall not be used in a building, garage or any other enclosed space.
 When this appliance is not is use, the gas must be turned off at the supply
cylinder.
 Storage of this appliance indoors is permissible only if the cylinder is
disconnected and removed from the appliance.
 Cylinders must be stored outdoors in a well-ventilated area out of the
reach of children .Disconnected cylinders must have threaded valve plugs
tightly installed and must not be stored in a building, garage or any other
enclosed areas.
CSA (Canadian Standards Association) certified to ANSI Z21.97•CSA
2.41-2012 “ Outdoor Decorative Gas Appliances”
Figure 1
SPECIFICATIONS
INPUT
Propane Regulator Pressure
Clearances to combustible
surfaces
40,000 Btu/hr
11 inches water column
Sides
24in./61cm
4
30,000 Btu/hr Low fire
Top: 72 in. / 183 cm
PARTS IDENTIFICATION LIST
PART
DESCRIPTION
PART#
QTY
A
CONTROL KNOB
FP1245
1
B
GAS VALVE
FP0307
1
C
THERMOCOUPLE
FP0004
1
D
LP REGULATOR
HOSE
65-FP-0181
1
E
ELECTRODE
65-FP-0128
1
F
ORIFICE ELBOW
FP0310
1
G
IGNITION MODULE
FP0006
1
ZCF0021
1
HW0705
1
H
I
PROPANE
ORIFICE
“AAA”
BATTERY(1.5V)
J
LAVA ROCK SET
FP0002
1
K
FOOTCAP
FC0559
4
L
1/4" X 15 MM BOLT
HW0034
8
M
1/4" X 20 MM BOLT
HW0036
4
N
1/4" X 40 MM BOLT
HW0086
4
O
BOLT COVER
HW0105
18
HW0004
14
HW0103
4
P
Q
Ø6.5 X 1.0 MM
WASHER
Ø18XØ6.5 X1.5MM
WASHER
R
NUTS
HW0717
2
S
HEX BOLT DRIVER
HW0006
1
T
HEX WRENCH
HW0008
1
5
U
FIREPIT TABLE
TOP
1
V
BACK PANEL
1
W
LEFT SIDE
PANEL
1
X
RIGHT SIDE
PANEL
1
Y
DOOR PANEL
1
Z
MIDDLE SUPPORT
1
AA
LP SUPPORT
1
BB
BOTTOM/ TOP
CONNECTOR
1
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INSTALLATION
1.Identify parts packed in carton against the parts list. Remove all protective materials and
set parts on a flat, non-abrasive surface.
2. Attach the back panel to the side panels by using four 1/4"x40 mm bolts and washers
as shown in Figure 2.Guide the bolts through the holes in back panel, into the pre-drilled
holes in the side panels. Hand tighten only.
Figure 2
3. Attach the middle support to the side panels by using four 1/4"x15 mm bolts and
washers as shown in Figure 3.Guide the bolts through the holes in the middle support, into
the pre-drilled holes in the side panels. Hand tighten only.
Figure 3
4. Attach the "L" connector to right side panel by using a 1/4"x15 mm bolt and washer as
shown in Figure 4.Guide the bolt through the hole in the "L" connector, into the pre-drilled
hole in the right side panel. Do not over tighten.
Figure 4
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5. Put the door onto the bottom connector, guide the pin in the bottom connector into the
hole on the underside of the door. Then guide the pin on the top connector into the hole in
the topside of the door, use a 1/4"x15 mm bolt and washer to attach this top connector to
the right side panel as shown in Figure 5. Do not over tighten.
Figure 5
6. With the help of another person, carefully place the table top onto the table base. After
making any necessary adjustments to the alignment of the table top and the assembled
base, use four 1/4"x20 mm bolts and washers as shown in Figure 6.Guide the bolts
through the holes in the base, into the pre drilled holes in the table top. Do not tighten
completely.
Figure 6
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7. Attach the LP support the to door panel by using four 1/4"x15 mm bolts and washers as
shown in Figure 7. Do not over tighten.
Figure 7
8. Place gas tank onto the LP support as shown in Figure 8.
Figure 8
9. Attach the metal ring ( as shown in Figure 9) pre-fitted with gas hose which is
connected to the table top , into the hole of the door panel, then use hex bolt driver to
screw 1/4"x5mm nut , the gas tank has fixed as shown in Figure 9a. Connect the regulator
as shown in Figure.10 Screw the black handle clock-wise to tighten. Turn the handle
counter clock-wise to remove. The hose must point down. Check that the valve is turned
all the way clockwise to the "OFF" position.
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Figure 9a
Figure 9
Figure 10
10. After making any necessary adjustments to the parts, use the hex bolt driver to tighten
all bolts.
Note: each bolt must be tightened a few revolutions at a time.
Repeat until all bolts are tight. Do not over tighten. Over tightening may strip bolts. Cover
all bolts with covers.
12. Pour the lava rocks into the burner pan completely covering the burner. See Figure 11.
Figure 11
Ignition Well
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13. Remove the cardboard cover from the ignition well as shown in Figure 12. Remove
any lava rock or fire ice on top of ignition well.
Cardboard Cover
Figure 12
14. Open the tank valve. Apply a solution of soapy water to the tank-regulator connection
and to the valve-hose connection to check for leaks as shown in Figure 13. If soap
bubbles continue to form, the connection has a leak. If a leak is found, close the tank valve
and tighten all connections.
NOTE: NEVER USE A FLAME TO CHECK FOR LEAKS.
Checking the tank-regulator for leaks
Figure 13
BATTERIES
Make sure the control knob is in the "OFF" position.
Unscrew the push button cap on the ignition module located
on the control panel to access the battery compartment. The
ignition module requires one Alkaline AAA size battery
(1.5V). The negative (-) end goes in first. See Figure 14.
Dispose of battery safely. May explode or leak if charged or
disposed of in fire. Make sure of the polarity. Mercury and
cadmium free.
Figure 14
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LIGHTING INSTRUCTIONS
Warning: If these instructions are not followed exactly, a fire or explosion may result
causing property damage, personal injury or loss of life.
1. Make sure the control knob is in the "OFF" position. See Figure 15 Open the tank
valve all the way.
IGNITER BUTTON
Figure 15
CONTROL KNOB
2. Push in the igniter button. You will hear a slight clicking sound. With the igniter button
pushed in, push and turn the control knob to the “ON” position. the fire should light within a
few seconds. Once the flame is lit, release the igniter button and continue to hold the
control knob in for 10 to 15 seconds. Release the control knob. The control knob should
pop back out and then remain lit.
Note: If the fire does not light, turn the knob to the “OFF” position and wait five (5) minutes
before trying again.
3. To turn down the flame, push the control knob in slightly and turn to Medium (medium
or Low (small flame).
4. To shut down the fire pit, turn the control knob to the “OFF” position and turn off the tank
valve.
MAINTENANCE
The flames should look like those in Figure 16. To clean the
burner, use a soft brush after the burner has cooled
completely. Never use a vacuum cleaner on the burner. It is
recommended that the fire pit be stored indoors during the
winter if it will be subjected to freezing temperatures. The LP
cylinder must be disconnected and removed from the
appliance before the appliance can be stored indoors.
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Figure 16
TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
PROBLEM
CAUSE
REMEDY
No Propane Gas at Burner
Check that gas tank valve is
open. Turn control knob to
“ON” and push control knob
in. Make sure tank has
propane gas.
Burner won’t light
No Spark at Electrode
Burner won’t stay
lit after lighting
Check that AAA battery is
installed with negative (-) end
first and has a charge. Check
that the wire is connected to
the ignition module. Check
that the electrode is not
cracked or broken.
Lack of oxygen
Remove excess lava rocks or
fire ices from around the
ignition well.
Thermocouple not in flame
Check that the tip of the
thermocouple is
even with the top of the
ignition well.
Remove any lava rocks from
the igntion well.
Thermocouple connection
at the main control valve is
loose
Tighten the thermocouple nut
at the back of
the valve.
No Lava Rocks on Burner
Cover the burner with lava
rocks per the instructions
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