SOUL 700 Pellet Stove and Insert
Owner´s Manual
SOUL 700 Pellet Stove and Insert
Installation and Operating Instructions
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WARNING: If your appliance is not properly installed a house fire may result.
For your safety, follow the installation directions. Contact local building or fire
officials about restrictions and installation inspection requirements in your area.
PLEASE read this entire manual before installation and use of this pellet fuelburning room heater.
Failure to follow these instructions could result in property damage, bodily
injury, or even death.
Save these instructions.
PROFESSIONAL INSTALLATION IS HIGHLY RECOMMENDED
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
INSTALLATION
Specifications (Soul 700 Free Standing)
Preparation (Soul 700 Free Standing)
Free Standing Kit Assembly Instructions (Soul 700 Free Standing)
Clearances (Soul 700 Free Standing)
Combustion Air Supply (Soul 700 Free Standing)
When Outside Air Supply is not Used (Soul 700 Free Standing)
Venting (Soul 700 Free Standing)
Installations (Soul 700 Free Standing)
Specifications (Soul 700 Insert)
Installations (Soul 700 Insert)
Venting System (Soul 700 Insert)
Installing Surround Panel (Soul 700 Insert)
Specifications (Soul 700 Insert)
Installation Check List (Soul 700 Insert)
Electrical Installation
OPERATION
Panel Controls
Proper Fuel
Pre-Start-Up Check
Building a Fire
Damper Control
Opening Door
Room Air Fan
If Stove Runs out of Pellets
Refueling
Shutdown Procedures
Safety Features
Thermostat Installation
Modes
OPERATING SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
MAINTENANCE
Maintenance Tool
Ash Removal
Ash Disposal
Vacuum Use
Cleaning
Blowers
Chimney Cleaning
Recommended Maintenance Schedule
Removal and Replacement of Broken Door Glass
TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
ELECTRICAL DIAGRAM
REPLACEMENT PARTS
LIFETIME LIMITED WARRANTY
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INTRODUCTION
Thank you for purchasing the BOSCA SOUL 700 Pellet Stove. You are now prepared to burn wood pellets in
the most efficient, convenient way possible. To achieve the safest, most efficient and most enjoyable performance from your stove,
you must do three things:
1) Install it properly;
2) Operate it correctly; and
3) Maintain it regularly.
The purpose of this manual is to help you do all three.
PLEASE READ THIS ENTIRE MANUAL BEFORE INSTALLATION AND USE OF THIS PELLET
FUEL BURNING ROOM HEATER.
FAILURE TO FOLLOW THESE INSTRUCTIONS COULD RESULT IN PROPERTY DAMAGE,
BODILY INJURY OR EVEN DEATH.
KEEP THIS MANUAL HANDY FOR FUTURE REFERENCE.
This stove has been independently tested to ASTM E 1509-04 Standard Specification for Room Heaters, Pellet Fuel Burning Type
1, UL 1482-1998 Standard for Solid Fuel Room Heaters, Oregon Administrative Rules for Mobile Homes (814-23-900 through 81423-909) and Installation as a Stove Heater.
This pellet stove, when installed, must be electrically grounded in accordance with local codes, or in the absence of local codes,
with the National Electrical Code ANSI/NFPA70.
This appliance is designed specifically for use only with pelletized wood. It is designed for residential installation according to
current national and local building codes as a residential room heater. It is also approved as a mobile home heater, and is designed
for connection to an outside combustion air source.
The stove will not operate using natural draft or without a power source for the blower systems and fuel feed system and must
not be burned with any type of coal (see PROPER FUEL).
This stove is designed to provide the optimum proportions of fuel and air to the fire in order to burn free of smoke and soot. Any
blockage of the air supply to or from the stove will seriously degrade its performance and will be evidenced by a smoking exhaust
and a sooting window. For best operation the ash content of the pellet fuel should be less than 1% and the caloric value
approximately 8200 BTU/LB. Avoid high ash content fuels because this will rapidly fill up the burn pot and eventually cut off the
combustion air supply.
The BOSCA SOUL 700 Pellet Stove should not be used for commercial and industrial installation since operational control is
often not well managed in these settings.
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SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
§
Do not operate your stove if you smell smoke coming from it. Turn it off, do not unplug, monitor it, and call your
dealer.
§
Never use gasoline, gasoline-type lantern fuel, kerosene, charcoal lighter fluid, or similar liquids to start or “freshen up” a
fire in this stove. Keep all such liquids well away from the stove while in use.
§
Never block free airflow through the open vents of the stove.
§
Never try to repair or replace any part of the stove unless instructions are given in this Manual. All other work should
be done by a trained technician.
§
The stove will not operate during a power outage. If an outage does occur, check the stove for smoke spillage and
open a window if any smoke spills into the room.
§
Disconnect the power cord before performing any maintenance or repairs on the stove.
NOTE: Turning the stove "off" does not disconnect all power from the stove.
§
Do not unplug the stove if you suspect a malfunction. Turn the stove off, immediately inspect it, and call your dealer.
§
Keep foreign objects out of the hopper.
§
Do not throw this Manual away. This Manual has important operating and maintenance instructions that you will need
at a later time. Always follow the instructions in this Manual.
§
Do not place clothing or other flammable items on or near your stove.
§
The viewing door must be closed and latched during operation.
§
Do not operate the stove if the flame becomes dark and sooty or if the burn pot overfills with pellets. Turn the stove
off, immediately inspect it, and call your dealer.
§
The stove is hot while in operation. Keep children, clothing, and furniture away. Contact may cause skin burns. Educate
all children of the danger of a high temperature stove. Young children should be supervised when they are in the same
room as the stove.
§
If the stove is installed in a room without air conditioning, or in an area where direct sunlight can shine on it, it is possible
this can cause the temperature of the stove to rise to operational levels. One of the sensors could then make the
convection fan and/or feed system start on its own. It is recommended that the stove be unplugged when not in use
for extended periods of time (i.e. during the summer months).
§
Contact your local building officials to obtain a permit and information on any installation restrictions or inspection
requirements in your area. Notify your insurance company of this stove as well.
§
This unit must be properly installed to prevent the possibility of a house fire. The instructions in this Manual must be
strictly adhered to. Do not use makeshift methods or compromise in the installation.
§
Allow the stove to cool before carrying out any maintenance or cleaning. Ashes must be disposed of in a metal container
with a tight lid and placed on a non-combustible surface well away from the home structure.
§
The stove must be connected to a standard 120V, 60 Hz grounded electrical outlet. Do not use an adapter plug or
sever the grounding plug. Do not route the electrical cord underneath, in front of, or over the stove.
§
The exhaust system should be checked a minimum of twice a year for any buildup of soot or creosote.
§
The exhaust system must be completely airtight and properly installed. The pellet vent joints must be sealed with RTV
500ºF (260ºC) silicone sealant, or with UL-181-AP foil tape. Fasten with at least 3 screws.
§
Your stove requires periodic maintenance and cleaning. Failure to maintain your stove may lead to smoke spillage into
your home.
§
This stove is designed and approved for pelletized wood fuel only. Any other type of fuel burned in this heater will void
the warranty and safety listing.
§
When installed in a mobile or manufactured home, the stove must be bolted to the floor and have outside combustion
air (per H.U.D. requirements). Check with local building officials.
§
THIS STOVE MUST NOT BE INSTALLED IN A BEDROOM OR SLEEPING ROOM.
§
BOSCA grants no warranty, implied or stated, for the installation or maintenance of your stove, and assumes no responsibility
for any consequential damages.
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INSTALLATION
SPECIFICATIONS Soul 700 Pellet Free Standing
Freestanding
Width:
26.8 in.
Height:
34.6 in
Depth:
30.2 in
Weight:
419 lbs.
TOP VIEW
(767 mm.)
30.2 in.
(880 mm.)
34.6 in.
FRONT VIEW
(683 mm.)
26.8 in.
(683 mm.)
26.8 in.
fig. Nº1
Flue Size:
3" or 4"
Hopper Capacity:
80 lbs.
Emmisions Rate:
2.5 grs/hour (EPA Certified)
Burn Rate:
0.75 lbs to 5.5 lbs per hour
BTU Range:
8,200 to 47,000
Approved Installations:
Mobile Home, Alcove, Conventional
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PREPARATION Soul 700 Pellet Free Standing
Factory packaging must be removed, and some minor assembly work is required prior to installation. Access to the rear of the
stove is necessary.
FREE STANDING KIT ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS Soul 700 Pellet Free Standing
1.- PEDESTAL ASSEMBLY (fig. Nº2)
a.- Unpack the stove.
b.- Unbolt stove from pallet.
- 4 hex head bolts
c.- Carefully lay the stove on its back.
FIRE BOX
FLOOR PLATE
fig. Nº2
2.- ASH BOX ASSEMBLY (fig. Nº3)
a.- Remove firebox floor plate by removing 6 bolts
(1/4" flat head). See Fig. Nº2
b.- Unpack Ash Box.
c.- Align ash box to stove firebox bottom, start
front bolts (1/4" hex head). Adjust and install
remaining (1/4" hex head) bolts.
Do not fully tighten until alignment of all bolts are
started, press ash box up to stove bottom and
tighten.
ASH BOX
NOTE: Make sure to get a tight seal. A leak
may cause stove to burn incorrectly.
fig. Nº3
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3.- PEDESTAL ASSEMBLY (fig. Nº4)
a.- Unpack pedestal assembly.
b.- Lay pedestal assembly on it's back.
c.- Line up four (1/4" hex head) bolts to stove bottom.
d.- Start all four holes but do not tighten untill all four are aligned.
e.- Once all four holes are aligned, securely tighten the four bolts.
PEDESTAL
ASSEMBLY
fig. Nº4
4.- STAND THE STOVE UP (fig. Nº5)
a.- Carefully raise the stove from back until resting
solid.
fig. Nº5
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5. SIDE PANEL ASSEMBLY (fig. Nº6)
a.- Unpack side panels.
b.- Left side panel has hopper switch located at
top front.
c.- Connect hopper switch wires by sliding female
wire connection over male spade connectors on
hopper switch.
d.- Align left panel into place
e.- Install bolts through pedestal into side panel.
f.- Loosely tighten
g.- Install top side panel bolts loosely
h.- Align side panel and tighten bolts.
i.- Use same instruction on right side panel, except
hopper switch connection
SIDE PANELS
fig. Nº6
6.- HOPPER TOP ASSEMBLY (fig. Nº7)
a.- Unpack hopper top assembly.
b.- Slide hopper top down in between side panels.
c.- Adjust to be level with side panels
d.- Screw front three (3/8" Oval Head Phillips)
screws into stove hopper front.
e.- Adjust for level and install screws to side panels.
f.- Tighten all screws securely, make sure all sides
fit tightly to hopper.
fig. Nº7
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7.- HOPPER DOOR ASSEMBLY (fig. Nº8)
a.- Unpack hopper door assembly.
b.- Place hopper top over hopper.
c.- Align top squarely and make sure hopper
switch aligns with contact on hopper door.
d..- Align five (3/8" Oval Head Phillips) screws on
back of hopper top back to hopper door hinge
and tighten.
e.- Lift hopper door to ensure it moves freely and
aligns with hopper switch.
fig. Nº8
8.- BACK PANEL ASSEMBLY (fig. Nº9)
a.- Unpack back panel assembly.
b.- Align the back panel to predrilled holes on
hopper top assembly and side panels.
c.- Install nine (3/8" Oval Head Phillips) screws.
d.- Align lower back panel to pre drilled holes on
side panels.
e.- Install six (3/8" Oval Head Phillips) screws, and
tighten securely.
fig. Nº9
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CLEARANCES Soul 700 Pellet Free Standing
The BOSCA SOUL 700 Pellet Stove has been tested and listed for installation in residential, mobile home
and alcove applications.
FLOOR PROTECTION
Freestanding installations, minimum 33" wide by 36" deep. The stove must be placed on a continuous (grouted joints)
noncombustible material such as ceramic tile, cement board, brick, 3/8” millboard or equivalent, or other approved or listed
material suited for floor protection (refer to Fig Nº 10) .
FLOOR PROTECTION
1 in.
(25 mm.)
3 in.
(76 mm.)
3 in.
(76 mm.)
MINIMUM
6 in. (152 mm.)
fig. Nº10
NOTE: ceramic tile, or any tile, requires a continuous sheet beneath to prevent the possibility of embers falling through to
the combustible floor if cracks or separation should occur in the finished surface, this would include floor protection for Builtin raised hearths. Check local codes for approved alternatives.
Clearances are measured from the sides, back and face (door opening) or stove body (refer to fig Nº 11).
The clearances may only be reduced by means approved by the regulatiory authority.
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WALL CLEARANCES
Back wall
3 in. (76 mm.)
3 in.
Side wall
(76 mm.)
7 in.
(178 mm.)
fig. Nº11
DO NOT USE MAKESHIFT MATERIALS OR COMPROMISES IN THE
INSTALLATION OF THIS UNIT.
INSTALL VENT WITH CLEARANCES SPECIFIED BY
THE VENT MANUFACTURER.
ALCOVE CLEARANCES
FRONT VIEW
TOP VIEW
20 in.
(510 mm.)
55 in.
(1400 mm.)
3 in. (76 mm.)
36 in.
(915 mm.)
7 in.
(178 mm.)
(maximum depth)
(minumum height)
fig. Nº12
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COMBUSTION AIR SUPPLY Soul 700 Pellet Free Standing
For a mobile home installation, the stove must be connected to an outside source of combustion air. A 2” inside diameter metallic
pipe, either flexible or rigid, may be attached to the inlet at the stove’s rear (refer to Fig. Nº 13). A rodent guard / wind hood
(1/4” minimum wire mesh) must be used at the termination. All connections must be secured and airtight by using the appropriately
sized hose clamp and/or UL-181-AP foil tape.
SELECT A LOCATION BETWEEN
FRAMING MEMBRES FOR THE
OUTSIDE AIR HOLE
WALL
COVER
PLATE
SEAL THE AREA AROUND
THE TUBE TO PREVENT AIR
FROM ENTERING THE WALL
CUT A MINIMUN 2"
SEAL THE
DIAMETER HOLE IN
VENT WITH
THE WALL
SILICONE
2" FLEX DUCT
NON COMBUSTIBLE
RAIN
HOOD WITH
RODENT
SCREEN
fig. Nº13
OUTSIDE TERMINATION MUST BE 12" MIN. FROM
THE EXHAUST TERMINATION
For Mobile home installations only: 2” inside diameter pipe may be used for first 5 feet of combustion air supply run. From
5 to 10 feet use 2 3/4” inside diameter pipe. No combustion air supply may exceed 20 feet.
SOURCES OF OUTSIDE COMBUSTION AIR
In Fireplaces
- Chimney top.
- Ash clean out door.
For freestanding installations
- A hole in floor near stove rear terminating only in a
ventilated crawl space.
- A hole in the wall behind the stove.
WHEN OUTSIDE AIR IS NOT USED Soul 700 Pellet Free Standing
If outside air is not used, it is important that combustion air is easily available to the air inlet. A closeable outside air register can
be used in tightly insulated homes.
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VENTING Soul 700 Pellet Free Standing
The BOSCA SOUL 700 Pellet Stove is certified for use with listed TYPE L-Vent, 3” or 4” diameter in size. The stove was tested
with Simpson Duravent brand. Class “A” chimney is not required. Refer to the instructions provided by the vent manufacturer,
especially when passing through a wall, ceiling or roof.
This is a pressurized exhaust system. All vent connector joints must be sealed with 500 ºF (260 ºC) RTV silicone sealant
to ensure consistent performance and avoid smoke spillage. All horizontal connector joints must be sealed with UL-181AP foil tape. We required that all vertical vent connector joints be secured with a minimum of 3 screws.
DO NOT CONNECT THIS UNIT TO A CHIMNEY FLUE SERVING
ANOTHER APPLIANCE.
DO NOT CONNECT TO ANY AIR DISTRIBUTION DUCT OR SYSTEM
DO NOT INSTALL A FLUE DAMPER IN THE EXHAUST VENTING
SYSTEM OF THIS UNIT.
INSTALL VENT AT CLEARANCES SPECIFIED BY THE VENT
MANUFACTURER.
SECURE EXHAUST VENTING SYSTEM TO THE APPLIANCE WITH
AT LEAST 3 SCREWS. ALSO SECURE ALL CONNECTOR PIPE
JOINTS WITH AT LEAST 3 SCREWS THROUGH EACH JOINT.
EQUIVALENT VENT LENGTH (EVL)
The longer the run of pipe in your installation, the more restrictions there is in the system. Therefore, larger diameter pipe should
be used.
Use 4” pipe if you have more than 15 feet of equivalent vent length. Horizontal runs shall not exceed 10 feet of EVL. It is
recommended that vertical runs be a minimum of 8 feet.
To calculate EVL, use the following conversions:
90º elbow or “T”
45º elbow
Horizontal Pipe Run
Vertical Pipe Run
5 equivalent feet
3 equivalent feet
1 equivalent foot per actual foot
0.5 equivalent foot per actual foot
NOTE: At altitudes above 3,000 feet, we suggest the use of 4” diameter vent at an EVL of 7 feet or more.
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FREESTANDING INSTALLATIONS Soul 700 Pellet Free Standing
HORIZONTALLY THROUGH WALL
(Fig. Nº14)
HORIZONTALL TERMINATION
Fig 14. Locate terminations:
WALL THIMBLE
OPTIONAL
HOUSE
SHIELD
SQUARE
HORIZONTAL
CAP
a) not less than 3 feet above any forced air inlet
located with 10 feet;
b) not less than 4 feet below or horizontally from, or
one foot above, any door, window or gravity air inlet
into any building;
c) not less than 2 feet from an adjacent building and
not less than 7 feet above grade when located
adjacent to a public walkway. Mobile home
installations must use a spark arrester.
NOTE: In Canada, where passage through a wall of
combustible construction is desired, the installation
shall conform to CAN/CSA - B 365.
12 INCHES
MINIMUN
fig. Nº14
NOTE: Follow L-Vent chimney manufacturer’s instructions.
•
Position stove, adhering to clearances show in Figure Nº11
•
Locate position of hole in wall; directly behind stove exhaust vent.
•
Always maintain 3” clearance from combustible materials.
•
Install L-Vent wall thimble per L-Vent manufacturer’s instructions (refer fig. Nº 15).
•
Attach enough piping to penetrate and extend at least 12” beyond exterior walls. An 5-foot vertical pipe run is suggested
where possible to reduce the possibility of smoke spillage in the event of a loss of negative pressure.
•
Attach cap and seal outside wall thimbles with
non-hardening waterproof mastic.
•
Termination should not be located so that hot
exhaust gases can ignite trees, shrubs, or grasses
or be a hazard to children. Exhaust gases can
reach temperatures of 500ºF and cause serious
burns if touched.
GALVANIZED EXTERIOR
(STAINLESS STEEL FOR
CORVENT)
BLACK
INTERIOR
fig. Nº15
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VERTICALLY WITH NEW CHIMNEY SYSTEM
( Refer to Figures 16a-16b)
24" MIN
PIPE
ADAPTER
ATTIC
INSULATION
SHIELD
CEILING
SUPPORT/
FIRESTOP
SPACER
24" MIN
FIRESTOP
4 FT.
TEE WITH
CLEAN-OUT
ADAPTER
fig. Nº16a
fig. Nº16b
NOTE: Follow L-Vent chimney manufacturer’s instructions.
OPTION: Install L-Vent elbow in place of clean-out tee. Locate stove. Drop plumb bob to center of tee
outlet, mark point on ceiling. Install ceiling support and L-Vent pipe per L-Vent manufacturer’s instructions.
•
Always maintain 3” clearance from combustible materials. When passing through additional floors
or ceilings, always install firestop spacer.
•
After lining up for hole in roof, cut either around or square hole in roof, always 3” larger all the
way around pipe. Install upper edge and sides of flashing under roofing materials, nail to the roof
along upper edge. Do not nail lower edge. Seal nail head with non-hardening waterproof mastic.
•
Apply non-hardening, waterproof mastic where the storm collar will meet the vent and flashing.
Slide storm collar down until it sits on the flashing. Seal and install cap. Mobile home installations must
use a spark arrester.
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VERTICALLY INTO EXISTING CHIMNEY SYSTEM
( Refer to Figures 17a-17b)
Adapters are available to adapt from 3” L-Vent to 6” or 8” Class-A chimney. (Figure 17a)
As an alternative, 3” or 4” L-Vent can be run inside existing chimney to termination. (Figure 17b).
This is the preferred method.
Follow guidelines for equivalent
24" MIN
PIPE
ADAPTER
ATTIC
INSULATION
SHIELD
CEILING
SUPPORT/
FIRESTOP
SPACER
24" MIN
PIPE
ADAPTER
TEE WITH
CLEAN-OUT
ADAPTER
fig. Nº17a
ATTIC
INSULATION
SHIELD
CEILING
SUPPORT/
FIRESTOP
SPACER
TEE WITH
CLEAN-OUT
ADAPTER
fig. Nº17b
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VERTICALLY INTO EXISTING MASONRY FIREPLACE
( Fig. Nº18)
NOTE: Follow L-Vent chimney manufacturer’s instructions.
•
Have the masonry chimney inspected by a qualified chimney sweep or installer to determine its structural condition.
•
You will need a pipe length equal to the chimney height from the hearth. If outside combustion air is to be used, you will need a
pipe length equal to the chimney height plus 18 inches.
•
Install a blanking plate and the chimney pipe, and if used the outside air pipe..
Attach the L-Vent adapter, a section of pipe and clean out tee, making sure the clean-out tee is centered in the chimney flue area.
Use RTV, metallic tape, and a minimum of three self-taping screws at all joint connections to ensure a tight seal.
Install and seal the top plate from step 3 with non-hardening mastic. Slip the storm collar over the pipe, and while
holding the pipe at the proper elevation, affix the collar with a minimum of three 1/4” stainless steel sheet metal
screws. Seal all joints and seams around the collar.
Connect the horizontal pipe by pushing it through the hole in the masonry and lining it up with the branch in the
tee. Push the pipe into the tee while twisting it to lock it into the tee.
If desired, once the horizontal pipe is in place, the space between the pipe and masonry may be filled with hightemperature grout.
Install the trim collar. An adjustable pipe length and adapter may be needed to finish the connection to the stove.
FLEX
LINER
REDUCTION
COLLAR OR
TRIMCOLLAR
TEE
TEE
fig. Nº18
FLEX
LINER
fig. Nº19
OMNI Approved
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INSTALLATION THROUGH SIDE OF MASONRY CHIMNEY
(Fig. Nº 19)
NOTE: Follow L-Vent chimney manufacturer’s instructions.
•
Position the stove, adhering to the clearances in figure Nº 11. Mark the center of the hole where the pipe is to pierce the
masonry chimney. It will be necessary to break out the masonry around the location of the pipe center mark. Use a 4-inch
diameter hole for 3-inch pipe and 5-inch diameter hole for a 4-inch pipe.
•
Measure and build chimney top plate. Cut out holes for chimney pipe, and if used cut necessar
holes for the outside air pipe. Install the tee on the bottom of the vertical pipe system and lower it
down the chimney until the center branch of the tee is level with the center of the hole in the masonry, as shown in
Figure Nº19.
•
Install and seal the top plate from step 3 with non-hardening mastic. Slip the storm collar over the
pipe, and while holding the pipe at the proper elevation, affix the collar with a minimum of three
1/4” stainless steel sheet metal screws. Seal all joints and seams around the collar.
•
Connect the horizontal pipe by pushing it through the hole in the masonry and lining it up with
the branch in the tee. Push the pipe into the tee while twisting it to lock it into the tee. If desired,
once the horizontal pipe is in place, the space between the pipe and masonry may be filled with
high-temperature grout.
•
If desired, once the horizontal pipe is in place, the space between the pipe and masonry may be filled with
high-temperature grout.
•
Install the trim collar. An adjustable pipe length and adapter may be needed to finish the connection
to the stove.
fig. Nº19
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SPECIFICATIONS Soul 700 Pellet Insert
(Fig. Nº20)
Insert
Width:
40 in. (standard) - 45 in. (oversize)
Height:
30.5 in. (standard) - 34 in. (oversize)
Total Depth:
27.4 in
Weight:
309 lbs.
FRONT VIEW
TOP VIEW
45 in.
(1143 mm.)
12.6 in.
(320 mm.)
27.4 in.
(697 mm.)
(standard)
34 in.
(864 mm.)
30.5 in.
(775 mm.)
(oversize with)
(oversize with)
26.8 in.
(683 mm.)
40 in.
(1017 mm.)
(standard)
SIDE VIEW
22.4 in.
(570 mm.)
Adjustable
19.5 in. to 22.5 in.
14.8 in.
(377 mm.)
fig. Nº20
Flue Size:
3" or 4"
Hopper Capacity:
55 - 75 adjustable hopper
Emmisions Rate:
2.5 grs/hour (EPA Certified)
Burn Time
0.75 lbs to 5.5 lbs per hour
BTU Range:
8,200 to 47,000
Approved Installations:
Mobile Home, Alcove, Conventional
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INSTALLATION Soul 700 Pellet Insert
MASONRY AND FACTORY-BUILT FIREPLACES
The BOSCA SOUL 700 Pellet Insert is approved for installation into a solid fuel burning fireplace, either a masonry fireplace
(built to UBC37 or ULC S628 standards) or an approved factory-built zero clearance fireplace (built to UL 127 or ULC S610
standards).
MASONRY MINIMUM OPENING (Fig. Nº21)
A
B
D
C
fig. Nº21
A - Height
B - Depth (straight out)
B - Depth w/ tee
C - Hearth extension (front)
D - Width
20.5in to 23.5 in
14 in
19.5 in
18 in
27 in
MINIMUM OPENING FOR ZERO CLEARANCE FIREPLACES (Fig. Nº22)
A
B
D
C
fig. Nº22
A - Height
B - Depth (straight out)
B - Depth w/ tee
C - Hearth extension (front)
D - Width
20.5in to 23.5 in
14 in
19.5 in
18 in
27 in
Recommended clearance zone from the front of the appliance to combustible items is 4 feet minimum.
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CAUTION: The fireplace into which the BOSCA SOUL 700 Pellet Insert is to be installed must be thoroughly
cleaned if it has been used to burn wood or synthetic logs. Have the chimney and all inside surfaces of the
fireplace brushed and vacuumed so that no soot, embers, or loose combustion deposits can be drawn into the
heat circulation blower and blown into the living area. If any portion of the chimney system shows signs of
structural or mechanical weakness, such as cracks, leaky joints, corroded or warped surfaces, the faulty portion
must be repaired or replaced prior to installing this appliance.
IMPORTANT: When installing this appliance into a factory-built fireplace or heatform, the air flow within and around the fireplace
shall not be altered by the installation of the insert. DO NOT BLOCK louvers or cooling air inlet or outlet ports, circulating air
chambers in a steel fireplace liner or metal heat circulator. The factory-built firebox must accept the insert without modification
other than removing bolted or screwed-together pieces such as smoke shelf / deflectors, ash lips, screen or door tracks and
damper assemblies. Any fireplace components which are removed must be retained so they can be reinstalled to restore the
fireplace to its original operating condition. The removal of any part must not alter the integrity in any way. A Warning Label
(provided with appliance) must be installed in the fireplace firebox so that it will be visible upon removal of the insert. Use RTV
high temperature silicone as adhesive to affix the warning label.
Fireplace Warning Label
(Provided in accesory package - insert only)
THIS FIREPLACE HAS BEEN ALTERED TO ACCOMMODATE A
FIREPLACE INSERT AND SHOULD BE INSPECTED BY A QUALIFIED
PERSON PRIOR TO RE-USE AS A CONVENTIONAL FIREPLACE.
COMBUSTIBLE FLOOR AND FRAMING (Fig. Nº23)
C
B*
A
D
Bosca ZC Kit Floor Protection
Part #
fig. Nº23
A - Framing With
B* - Framing Depth
C - Framing Height
31 in
16 in
26 in
* For vertical venting follow pipe manufactures requirements and dimensions to determine depth of frame.
** Adjust height for non combustible finish material like ??????
WARNING:
BOSCA ZC KIT REQUIRED FOR FLOOR PROTECTION ON
COMBUSTIBLE SUBFLOORING. PART #
When installing your Bosca into a framed wall make sure to follow our required clearances and floor protection kit requirements:
If there is any type of combustible sub flooring (NOT CEMENT SLAB ON GRADE FLOORING) the Bosca zero clearance floor
protector part # ------ is REQUIRED// NO EXCEPTONS ALLOWED. You must use a non combustible material to fill further hearth
requirements such as masonry board, tile or masonry products, also make sure to adjust framing height from top of finished
material used on top of ZC FLOOR PROTECTOR. Floor protection must be securely attached to the floor. See hearth protection
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You must use a non combustible material to fill further hearth requirements such as masonry board, tile or masonry products,
also make sure to adjust framing height from top of finished material used on top of ZC FLOOR PROTECTOR. Floor protection
must be securely attached to the floor. See hearth protection page ___
Combustible clearances for the insert portion from panel back into wall are 2”'94 from side walls and 2”'94 above hopper. These
are minimum clearances and we recommend adding some space for maintenance or servicing the insert.
If vertical venting always calculate for added depth depending on venting manufacturers requirements. Make sure all clearances
to combustibles are met and maintained.
Recommend that power source of outlet have in line switch or shut off if located behind panel.
HEARTH / FLOOR PROTECTION – BOSCA SOUL 700 Pellet Insert
In the US and Canada, the area below and directly in front of this appliance must be an approved fireplace hearth or protected
by a non-combustible hearth / floor protector with a minimum thickness of 3/8” which has a thermal conductivity of k (per inch)
= .84 or lower value (better thermal protection) or resistance of r (per inch) = 1.19 or higher value. The protected area must
extend 6” to the front of the face of the fireplace insert.
MINIMUM CLEARANCES TO COMBUSTIBLES
Masonry and Factory-Built Fireplaces (Fig. Nº24)
Side wall
Mantel
F
A
Face Trim
C
B
fig. Nº24
E
A - Insert to side wall
B - Insert to the side trim
C - Insert to top trim
D - Hearth extension (front)
E - Hearth extension (side)
F - Insert to mantel
D
6.5 in
6.5 in
11.25 in
18 in
6 in
20.5 in
(USA Only) Venting into an Existing Chimney
This pellet insert may be installed into a masonry fireplace (built to UBC 37 or ULC S628 standards) or a factory-built fireplace (built
to UL 127 or ULC S610 standards). When installing into a masonry chimney, it is recommended that the exhaust vent be extended
to the top of the chimney. However, if the vent pipe does not extend to the top of the chimney, the vent must extend a minimum
of 18” above the damper. You must seal the damper area so that the air / exhaust in the chimney cannot communicate with
the air in the fireplace firebox. This is a positive flue connection.
(US and Canada) Direct Connection / Positive Flue Connection
In Canada, this appliance requires a full reline when installing into a masonry fireplace. In the USA, as a minimum the vent
connector from the insert flue outlet must extend a minimum of 18” above the damper and the damper area must be sealed to
prevent dilution air from entering the chimney, which will affect proper drafting of the appliance.
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VENTING SYSTEM Soul 700 Pellet Insert
Direct Connect With Outside Air (Fig. Nº25)
OUTSIDE AIR
THROUGH
REAR WALL
fig. Nº25
NOTE: Use metal plate around exhaust vent pipe and seal all edges with non-flammable insulation such as fiberglass, mineral wool
or ceramic material.
Do not use high temperature caulking materials to seal any edge to prevent future serviceability.
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FULL RELINE WITH OUTSIDE AIR (Fig. Nº26)
12" (305 MM)
MIN. ABOVE
12" (305 MM)
MIN. BELOW
OUTSIDE AIR
TERMINATION
AT CHIMNEY TOP
EXIT THROUGH THE
ASH CLEAN-OUT OF
MASONRY CHIMNEY
OUTSIDE AIR
THROUGH
REAR WALL fig. Nº26
INSTALLING SURROUND PANEL Soul 700 Pellet Insert
1.- SORROUND PANEL ASSEMBLY (Fig. Nº27)
a.- Install four (3/8" hex head) leveling bolts to
bottom if needed depending on fireplace floor
and hearth material.
b.- Slide surround panel from top down.
c.- Align surround panel holes to stove body.
d.- Loosely install six (1/4" hex head) bolts to stove
body.
e.- Check surround panel alignment and then
tighten.
f.- Connect hopper switch wire to hopper switch
by sliding female connetors on to male spade
connector on hopper switch.
fig. Nº27
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2.- HIGH HOPPER TOP PELLET CHUTE
ASSEMBLY (Fig. Nº28)
a.- Unpack hopper top assembly.
b.- Hopper top is adjustable according to fireplace
dimensions.
c.- Tope is slotted for height adjustment
d.- Adjust lid height and install seven (1/4 flat
head) screws securely.
e.- Align hopper chute wide or narrow, depending
on firebox size.
f.- Attach by three screw to top.
g.- Install and adjust cap to fit and seal hopper
chute with two adjustable slots on ends.
h.- Install two screws to secure cap.
NOTE: Make sure that hopper top securely
attaches to hopper so pellets and dust does
not exit hopper
NOTE: Hopper and chutes are supplied to
fit most fireplaces.
fig. Nº28
3.- LOW HOPPER TOP PELLET CHUTE
ASSEMBLY (Fig. Nº29)
a.- Unpackage hopper top assembly.
b.- Hopper top is adjustable according to fireplace
dimensions.
c.- Tope is slotted for height adjustment
d.- Adjust lid height and install seven (1/4 flat
head) screws securely.
e.- Align hopper chute wide or narrow, depending
on firebox size.
f.- Attach by three screw to top.
g.- Install and adjust cap to fit and seal hopper
chute with two adjustable slots on ends.
h.- Install two screws to secure cap.
NOTE: Make sure that hopper top securely
attaches to hopper so pellets and dust does
not exit hopper
NOTE: Hopper and chutes are supplied to
fit most fireplaces.
fig. Nº29
SPECIFICATIONS Soul 700 Pellet Insert
Flue Size
Floor Protection Requirement
Hopper Capacity
Burn Time
Fuse, Control Board
Fuse, Igniter
Emissions
Ship Weight
Auger Motor
Room Air Blower
Exhaust Blower
3” or 4”
6” From Front of Firebox opening behind door
min 45 lbs. - max 75 lbs
min 13.5 hrs - max 75 hrs
Yes
Yes
2.5 grs per hour
TBD
1.1 RPM
160 CFM
160 CFM
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INSTALLATION CHECKLIST Soul 700 Pellet Insert
Professional installation of your BOSCA SOUL 700 Pellet Insert is strongly recommended. If you choose to install the insert
yourself, it is critical to the safety of yourself and your property to follow this Owner’s Manual exactly. Check off each item as your
proceed with the installation process.
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Read the ENTIRE stove installation section (either freestanding or insert) first.
Determine the appropriate measurements and locations for your installation.
Follow the general installation directions under Stove Installation appropriate to your stove.
Be sure to pre-fit all items before you install, fasten, or set the stove permanently.
It is important to level the appliance. If necessary, install the two leveling bolts into the two threaded holes at
the rear base of the insert and adjust until level.
Prior to lighting your stove:
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Review all of the “Warnings” in this Owner’s Manual.
Review and follow instructions in the Care and Operation Section.
Plug power cord connector into corresponding connector on the back of the appliance. Note: Route insert
power cord behind side surround panel.
Review the routine cleaning and maintenance information.
ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION
This stove is equipped with a 6-foot grounded electrical cord extending from the rear of the stove. We recommend connecting
to a good quality surge protector that is plugged into a standard three-prong 120V, 60hz electrical outlet. Voltage variations
can lead to serious performance problems. The BOSCA SOUL 700 Pellet is designed for 120V AC with no more than 5%
variation. BOSCA cannot accept responsibility for poor performance or damage due to inadequate voltage. If connected to an
older, two-prong outlet, a separate ground wire must be run to a proper ground (refer this to a qualified electrician). Always
route the electrical cord so that it will not come in contact with any hot part of the stove.
SPECIAL MOBILE HOME REQUIREMENTS
WARNING:
DO NOT INSTALL IN A SLEEPING ROOM.
For installation in a mobile home, an outside source of combustion air must be used (see “COMBUSTION AIR SUPPLY”).The
outside source of combustion air must be unrestricted while the appliance is in use to prevent room air starvation, which causes
smoke spillage. Some spillage could also set off smoke alarms.
•
The stove must be grounded to the steel chassis of the home with 8 Ga. Copper wire using a serrated or star washer
to penetrate paint or protective coating to ensure grounding.
•
The stove must be securely fastened to the floor of the mobile home using 2, 1/4” lag bolts that are long enough
to go through both a hearth pad, if used, and the floor of the home.
•
Use RTV High Temp silicone to create an effective vapor barrier at the location where the chimney or other component
penetrates to the exterior of the structure.
•
Refer to “VENTING” for proper exhaust configurations.
CAUTION:
THE STRUCTURAL INTEGRITY OF THE MOBILE HOME FLOOR, WALL
AND CEILING / ROOF MUST BE MAINTAINED.
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OPERATION
PANEL CONTROLS
The blowers and automatic fuel supply are controlled from a panel on the top righthand side of the stove.
The control panel functions are as follows:
ON/OFF SWITCH
When pushed, the stove will automatically ignite. No other firestarter is necessary. The
igniter will stay on for at least 10 and up to 15 minutes, depending on when Proof
of Fire is reached. The fire should start in about 5 minutes.
5
4
3
2
1
The green light located above the On/Off button (in the On/Off box) will flash during
the ignition start-up period (Fig. Nº 30a).
The Feed Rate Advance is inoperable during the ignition start period. When the red light
continuously stays on, the Feed Rate Advance can be adjusted to achieve the desired heat
output.
NOTE: If the stove has been shut off, and you want to re-start it while it is still warm, the
“On/Off” button must be held down for 2 seconds.
FUEL FEED SWITCH
When the “Fuel Feed” button is pushed and held down the stove will feed pellets
continuously into the burnpot.
While the stove’s auger system is feeding pellets the amber light (in the “Fuel Feed”
box”) will be on. (Fig. Nº30b)
fig. Nº30a
CAUTION:
DO NOT USE THIS CONTROL DURING NORMAL OPERATION BECAUSE
IF COULD SMOTHER THE FIRE AND LEAD TO A DANGEROUS
SITUATION.
HIGH FAN SWITCH
The room air fan speed varies directly with the feed rate. The “HIGH FAN” switch
overrides this variable speed function. It will set the room air blower speed to high
at any feed rate setting.
When the “HIGH FAN” button is pushed the room air fan will switch to its highest
setting.
When this button is pushed again, the room air fan will return to its original setting
based on the Feed Rate Advance setting.
5
4
3
2
1
Amber
Light On
RESET TRIM
Different size and quality pellet fuel may require adjustment of the “1” feed setting
on the Feed Rate Advance bar graph. This is usually a one-time adjustment
based on the fuel you are using. The “RESET TRIM” button when adjusted will
allow for 3 different feed rate settings for the #1 feed setting only. To adjust
simply push the “RESET TRIM” button while the stove is operating at setting “1” and
watch the bar graph.
When the “1” and “3” lights are illuminated on the bar graph the low feed rate is
at its “lowest setting". (approx. 0.9 pounds per hour).
fig. Nº30b
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When the “1” light is illuminated on the bar graph the low feed rate is at its “normal” setting.
When the “1” & “4” lights are illuminated on the bar graph the low feed rate is at its “highest” setting.
NOTE: When the stove is set on “1” the “reset trim” values will be shown on the Feed Rate Advance bar graph. For example
if the Reset Trim is set to low the “1” and “3” lights will be illuminated on the bar graph.
HEAT LEVEL ADVANCE
This button when pushed will set the pellet feed rate, hence the heat output of your stove. The levels of heat output will
incrementally change on the bar graph starting from level “1” to “5”.
NOTE: When dropping more than 2 heat level settings (i.e. to 1) push the “High Fan” button and allow the room air fan to
run at that setting for at least 5 minutes to prevent the stove from tripping the high temp thermodisc. If the high temp thermodisc
does trip see “SAFETY FEATURES”.
PROPER FUEL
NOTE:
THIS STOVE IS APPROVED FOR BURNING PELLETIZED WOOD FUEL ONLY
Factory-approved pellets are those 1/4” or 5/16” in diameter and not over 1” long. Longer or thicker pellets sometimes bridge
the auger flights, which prevents proper pellet feed. Burning wood in forms other than pellets is not permitted. It will violate
the building codes for which the stove has been approved and will void all warranties. The design incorporates automatic feed
of the pellet fuel into the fire at a carefully prescribed rate. Any additional fuel introduced by hand will not increase heat output
but may seriously impair the stoves performance by generating considerable smoke. Do not burn wet pellets. The stove’s
performance depends heavily on the quality of your pellet fuel.
Avoid pellet brands that display these characteristics:
Excess Fines. “Fines” is a term describing crushed pellets or loose material that looks like sawdust or sand. Pellets can be screened
before being placed in the hopper to remove most fines.
Binders. Some pellets are produced with materials to hold them together, or “bind” them.
High Ash Content. Poor quality pellets will often create smoke and dirty glass. They will create a need for more frequent
maintenance. You will have to empty the burnpot and vacuum the entire system more often. Poor quality pellets could damage
the auger. BOSCA cannot accept responsibility for damage due to poor quality pellets. Your dealer can recommend a good
quality pellet brand in your area.
Proper Fuel Storage: Keep fuel raised off the floor and in a covered area to avoid moisture and water contact.
CAUTION: DO NOT PLACE FUEL WITHIN SPACE HEATER INSTALLATION OR
WITHIN THE SPACE REQUIRED FOR CHARGING AND ASH REMOVAL.
PRE-STARTUP CHECK
Remove burnpot, making sure it is clean and none of the air holes are plugged. Clean the firebox, then reinstall burnpot. Clean
door glass if necessary (a dry cloth or paper towel is usually sufficient). Never use abrasive cleaners on the glass or door. Check
fuel in the hopper and refill if necessary. Make sure hopper lid is closed. If left open, the auger will not feed pellets.
BUILDING A FIRE
Never use a grate of other means of supporting the fuel. Use only the BOSCA approved burnpot.
NOTE: During the first few fires, your stove will emit an odor as the high temperature paint cures or becomes seasoned to the
metal. Maintaining smaller fires will minimize this. Avoid placing items on the stovetop during this period because the paint could
be affected.
NOTE: You will have the prime the auger system before the stove will ignite. You may have to go through 2-3 startup cycles,
with each cycle lasting 15 minutes. The stove will shut off. You must then go through the startup procedure again.
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NOTE: To speed up the time it takes to prime the auger system, you may press and hold the hopper switch, and press and hold
the auger button on the control board after you have turned the stove on by pressing the power button. This allows the auger
to turn continuously. When you hear pellets drop into the burnpot, close the hopper lid and the unit will continue in startup
mode.
1. Fill hopper with pellet fuel.
2. Make sure burnpot is seated in correct position and is clean.
3. Press power button “ON/OFF”. Make sure light comes on and close hopper lid.
4. Adjust the damper to 1” to 1½” open (pushed in is open). This will vary depending on your installation and elevation. Once
a fire is established, adjust for desired flame by increasing the amount the damper is open as the heat setting is
increased. (See “DAMPER CONTROL”)
5. Adjust the pellet fuel feed rate to desired setting by pressing Feed Rate Advance “Heat Level” button.
If stove doesn’t start in 15 minutes, press power ON/OFF, wait a few minutes, and go through startup procedure again starting
with step 3.
DAMPER CONTROL (Fig. Nº31)
The damper control rod, on the stove’s lower right front side adjusts
the combustion air. This control is necessary due to the varied burn
characteristics of individual installations, different pellet brands, and pellet
feed rate. It allows you to improve the efficiency of your stove. Providing
correct combustion air will reduce the frequency of cleaning the glass
door and prevent the rapid buildup of creosote inside your stove and
chimney. You should adjust the damper based on the fire’s appearance.
A low reddish, dirty fire can be improved by pushing the damper rod
in slightly. A “blow torch” fire can be improved by pulling the damper
out a bit..
As a general rule, on lower feed rate settings, the damper should be
out further. On higher feed rates, the damper should be more open.
Through trial and error, you will find the best setting. Consult your
dealer if you need help.
NOTE: On “1”, the damper should be out approximately 1” to 1½”.
If the damper is out too far, it can cause the fire to go out. Remember
to push the damper in for more air, and pull it out for less air.
PUSH (open)
PULL (close)
Fig. Nº31
OPENING DOOR
If the door is opened while the stove is in operation, it must be closed within 30 seconds or the stove will shut down. If the stove
shuts down, push the “Power” button to continue the operation of your stove.
ROOM AIR FAN
When starting your stove, the room air fan will not come on until the stove’s heat exchanger warms up. This usually takes about
10 minutes from startup.
IF STOVE RUNS OUT OF PELLETS
The stove will go out and the auger motor and blowers will run until the stove cools. This will take 30-45 minutes. After the stove
components stop running, the POWER and BAR GRAPH lights will stay on for 10 minutes. After that, the “3” light on the bar
graph will flash and the POWER light will go off. To restart, fill the hopper, press the Power button, and then press Fuel Feed
until pellets begin to fall into the burnpot.
REFUELING
NOTE: We recommend that you not let the hopper drop below 1/4 full.
KEEP HOPPER LID CLOSED AT ALL TIMES EXCEPT WHEN REFILLING.
IF LEFT OPEN AUGER WILL NOT FEED.
DO NOT OVERFILL HOPPER.
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SHUTDOWN PROCEDURE
Turning your BOSCA SOUL 700 Pellet Stove off is a matter of pressing the “Power button on the control panel. The red light
will go out. The blowers will continue to operate until internal firebox temperatures have fallen to the preset level.
SAFETY FEATURES
A.- Your stove is equipped with a high temperature thermodisc. This safety switch has two functions:
1.- To recognize an overheat situation in the stove and shut down the fuel feed or auger system.
2.- In case of a malfunctioning convection blower, the thermodisc will automatically shut down the auger, preventing
the stove from overheating.
NOTE: The thermodisc has no reset button and will reset itself once the stove has cooled. BOSCA recommends that
you call your dealer if this occurs as it may indicate a more serious problem and require a service call.
B.- If the combustion blower fails, an air pressure switch will automatically shut down the auger.
NOTE: Opening the stove door for more than 30 seconds during operation will cause enough pressure change to activate the
air switch, shutting off the fuel feed. Close the door and press the “ON/OFF” button to continue operation of your stove.
THERMOSTAT INSTALLATION
Your BOSCA BOSCA SOUL 700 Pellet Stove is ready to plug in a thermostat. It must be a millivolt thermostat. To connect
your stove to a thermostat, follow these steps:
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Unplug the stove from the power outlet.
Find the white/red wire to connect the thermostat, located at the back of the stove, near the control board.
Plug in the wires of the thermostat.
Plug the stove back into the power outlet.
MODES
NOTE: To switch between any of the three modes, the stove must be shut off, the new mode selected, and the stove restarted.
Manual Mode (Fig. Nº32a)
In this mode, the stove will operate only from the control panel, as detailed in the “OPERATION” section of this manual.
On/Off Thermostat Mode (See Fig. Nº32b)
When set to this mode, the stove will automatically switch between two settings. When warm enough, it will switch to the “1”
or low setting. The room air blower will also slow to its lowest speed. The Heat Level Advance setting on the bar graph will stay
where it was originally set. When the house cools below the thermostat setting, the stove will switch to the feed rate of the heat
level advance setting.
High/Low Thermostat Mode (See Fig. Nº32c)
In this mode when the home is warm enough, the stove will shut off. The fans will continue to run until the stove cools. When
the home cools below the thermostat setting, the stove will automatically restart and run at the last feed rate setting.
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OPERATING SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
EXTREMELY IMPORTANT – READ CAREFULLY
The stove is hot while in operation.
Keep children, pets, clothing, and furniture away. Contact may cause burns.
If you notice a smoldering fire (burnpot full but no visible flame) AND a heavy smoke buildup in the firebox, immediately
TURN OFF the stove, but DO NOT unplug it. Do not open the door, change the damper setting or tamper with
any controls on the stove. Wait until the firebox clears and blowers have shut down, then do as instructed in “PRE-STARTUP
CHECK” and “BUILDING A FIRE”, then attempt to restart the fire. If the problem persists, contact your dealer.
WARNING: DO NOT OPEN THE DOOR DURING THE STARTUP CYCLE AND DO NOT ADD PELLETS TO THE
BURNPOT BY HAND AT ANY TIME. OTHERWISE, A DANGEROUS CONDITION COULD RESULT.
Pellets should be stored in a dry place. The pellets must not be stored within 12” of the stove.
DO NOT STORE OR USE FLAMMABLE LIQUIDS, ESPECIALLY GASOLINE, IN THE VICINITY OF YOUR BOSCA SOUL
700 PELLET STOVE. NEVER USE A GAS OR PROPANE TORCH, GASOLINE, GASOLINE-TYPE LANTERN FUEL,
KEROSENE, CHARCOAL LIGHTER FLUID OR SIMILAR FLUIDS TO START OR “FRESHEN UP” A FIRE.
WARNING: DO NOT OVERFIRE THIS STOVE. This may cause serious damage to your stove and will void your warranty.
It also may create a fire hazard in your home. IF ANY EXTERNAL PART OF THE UNIT BEGINS TO GLOW, YOU ARE
OVERFIRING. Immediately press the “POWER” switch on the control panel.
KEEP ALL COMBUSTIBLE HOUSEHOLD ITEMS, SUCH AS FURNITURE, DRAPES, TOYS, ETC., AT LEAST THREE FEET
FROM THE OPERATING STOVE.
Maintain proper ventilation. It is important that adequate oxygen be supplied to the fire for the combustion process to take place.
Modern houses are often so well insulated that it may become necessary to open a window slightly or install an outside air vent
to provide sufficient combustion air. Since heating with a solid fuel is potentially hazardous, even with a well-made and thoroughly
tested stove it would be wise to install strategically placed smoke detectors and have a fire extinguisher in a convenient location
near an exit.
Do not open stove door during operation unless absolutely necessary. This will create a dirty, inefficient burn and could allow
smoke and/or sparks to escape.
Do not permit operation by young children or those unfamiliar with the stove’s functions.
DO NOT CLEAN OR SERVICE THIS APPLIANCE WITHOUT
DIS-CONNECTING THE POWER CORD.
Do not abuse the door glass by striking, slamming, or similar trauma. Do not operate the stove with the glass cracked, broken,
or removed.
If the stove is installed in a room without air conditioning, or in an area where direct sunlight can shine on it, it is possible that
this could cause the temperature of the stove to rise to operational levels. One of the sensors could then make the convection
fan and/or feed system to start on its own. It is recommended that the stove be unplugged when not in use for extended periods
of time, such as the summer months.
Do not burn garbage or flammable fluids such as gasoline, lighter fluids or engine oil.
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MAINTENANCE
FAILURE TO CLEAN AND MAINTAIN THIS UNIT
AS INDICATED CAN RESULT IN POOR PERFORMANCE AND SAFETY
HAZARDS. NEVER CLEAN WHEN HOT.
NOTE: Inspect burnpot periodically to see that no holes have become plugged. If so, clean thoroughly.
BOSCA MAINTENANCE TOOL
A special tool has been provided to help with the following functions:
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§
Stirring the pellets in the hopper. Unlike liquids in a tank, pellets do not drain evenly into the auger. Bridging
across the opening can occur. Pellets can hang up on the sides of the hopper. Occasionally “stirring” the pellets
can help. NOTE: To prevent bridging of pellets, common wax paper can be rubbed on the sidewalls and
bottom of the hopper
Scrape ashes from the burnpot into the ash drawer.
ASH REMOVAL
Remove ashes periodically as they accumulate in the firebox. To remove ashes:
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Make sure the fire is out and the firebox is cool.
Clean heat exchanger tubes. See “CLEANING” and Figure Nº 34t.
Remove the burnpot’s inner section by grasping it and pulling straight up.
Empty ashes from the inner section and scrape with the cleaning tool. Make sure holes are not plugged.
Vacuum to remove ashes from the burn chamber interior and the burnpot shell, or sweep the ash into the ash
cleanout drawer with a small broom.
WARNING:
MAKE SURE ASHES ARE COOL TO THE TOUCH BEFORE USING A VACUUM
(See “VACUUM USE”).
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Dispose of ashes properly (See “ASH DISPOSAL”)
Replace inner section into burnpot, make sure it is level and pushed all the way back down with the igniter hole
to the rear. (Fig. 33a - 33b - 33c)
Check the condition of the gasket on air intake tube.
Make sure the burnpot is level and pushed all the way in. If the collar on the burnpot attached to the fresh air
tube is not pushed back to meet the firebox wall, the Hot Rod igniter will not work properly.
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ASH DISPOSAL
Ash should be placed in a metal container with a tight-fitting lid. The closed container of ashes should be placed on a
noncombustible surface or on the ground, well away from all combustible materials pending final disposal. If ashes are disposed
of by soil burial or otherwise locally dispersed, they should be retained in the closed container until all cinders have thoroughly
cooled.
VACUUM USE
CAUTION: DO NOT VACUUM HOT EMBERS OR ASH
If a vacuum is used to clean your unit, we suggest using a vacuum designed for ashes. BOSCA recommends LoveLess Ash Vac
(1-800-568-3949, ext #27).
Some regular vacuums and shop-type vacuums leak ash into the room. Your vacuum or shop-type vacuum may have a special
filter or bag available to eliminate this leakage.
CLEANING
Heat Exchanger Tubes: Your Bosca SOUL 700 Pellet Stove is
designed with a built-in heat exchange tube cleaner. The cleaner
rod is located in the grill above the stove door.This should be
used every two or three days to remove accumulated ash on the
tubes, which reduced heat transfer on the stove.
Move the cleaner rod back and forth several times to clean the heat exchanger
tubes. Be sure to leave tube cleaner at the rear of the stove (refer to figure Nº
34).
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Interior Chambers: Two doors behind firebricks in the firebox shaped
like
rain drops can be opened for periodic cleaning (Fig. Nº 34).These doors
allow access to the chamber surrounding the firebox.
Periodically, you must vacuum ashes from this chamber.
In some cases you will need to remove creosote, which can
accumulate rapidly under certain conditions. A small wire brush can be
used. It is important to remove this creosote because it is highly
combustible.
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INSPECT BEHIND THESE CLEANING PLATES AT LEAST
ONCE PER TON OF PELLETS BURNED UNTIL YOU ARE FAMILIAR
WITH HOW ASHES AND CREOSOTE
ACCUMULATE WITH YOUR OPERATING PRACTICES.
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BLOWERS
DANGER
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK. DISCONNECT POWER BEFORE SERVICING UNIT.
CLEANING: Over time, ashes or dust may collect on the blades of both the combustion and convection blowers. The blowers
should be vacuumed clean periodically as this debris can impede performance. Creosote can also accumulate in the combustion
blower, which is accessed by the left side panel. The convection blower is on the right (facing stove).
NOTE: When servicing fans, be careful not to dislodge the balancing clip on the convection blower or to bend fan blades.
CHIMNEY CLEANING
Soot and Flyash: the products of combustion will contain particles of flyash. The flyash will collect in the exhaust venting
system and restrict the flow of gases. Incomplete combustion, such as occurs during startup, shutdown or incorrect operation
of the room heaters can lead to some soot formation which will collect in the exhaust venting system. The exhaust venting
system should be inspected al least once every year to determine if cleaning is necessary.
Creosote Formation: When any wood is burned slowly, it produces tar and other organic vapors, which combine with
expelled moisture to torm creosote. The creosote vapors condense in the relatively cool chimney flue or a newly started fire or
from a slow-burning fire. As a result, creosote residue accumulates on the flue lining. When ignited, this creosote makes an
extremely hot fire, which may damage the chimney or even destroy the house. Despite their high efficiency, pellet stoves can
accumulate creosote under certain conditions.
Fly Ash: This accumulates in the horizontal portion of an exhaust run. Though noncombustible, it may impede the normal
exhaust flow. It should therefore be periodically removed.
Inspection and Removal: The chimney connector and chimney should be inspected annually or per ton to determine if a
creosote or fly ash build-up has occurred. If creosote has accumulated, it should be removed to reduce the risk of a chimney
fire. Inspect the system at the stove connection and at the chimney top. Cooler surfaces tend to build creosote deposits quicker,
so it is important to check the chimney from the top as well as from the bottom.
The creosote should be removed with a brush specifically designed for the type of chimney in use. A qualified chimney sweep
can perform this service. It is also recommended that before each heating season the entire system be professionally inspected,
cleaned and, if necessary, repaired.
To clean the chimney, detach the vent at the combustion blower transition where it is attached to the blower.
RECOMENDED MAINTENENCE SCHEDULE
Use this as a guide under average-use conditions.
Burnpot
Glass
Combustion Chamber
Ashes
Interior Chambers
Heat Exchange Tubes
Combustion Blower Blades
Convection Blower Impeller
Vent System
Gaskets
Hopper (end of season)
Daily
Weekly
Stirred
Wiped
Emptied
Cleaned
Brushed
Bi-Annually
Two passes
Annually or per Ton
Emptied
Vacuumed
Vacuumed/Brushed
Vacuumed/Brushed
Cleaned
Inspected
Emptied/Vacuumed
Gasket around door and door glass should be inspected and repaired or replaced when necessary. (See “REPLACEMENT PARTS”)
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REMOVAL AND REPLACEMENT OF BROKEN DOOR GLASS
While wearing leather gloves (or any other gloves suitable for handling broken glass), carefully remove any loose pieces of glass from
the doorframe. Dispose of all broken glass properly. Return the damaged door to your Dealer for repair or replacement.
NOTE: Neither the appliance owner nor any other unauthorized person(s) should replace the door glass. An authorized dealer must
perform all repairs involving door glass.
TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
When your stove acts out of the ordinary, the first reaction is to call for help. This guide may save time and money by enabling you to solve
simple problems yourself. Problems can be caused by to only five factors: 1) poor fuel; 2) poor operation or maintenance; 3) poor installation;
4) component failure; 5) factory defect. You can usually solve those problems related to 1 and 2. Your dealer can solve problems relating to 3,
4, and 5.
STOVE SHUTS OFF AND THE #2 LIGHT FLASHES
Possibles Causes
Possibles remedies (Unplug stove first when possible)
1.-Airflow switch hose or stove attachment pipes for Unhook air hose from the air switch and blow through it. If air
hose are blocked.
flows freely, the hose and tube are fine. If air will not flow throw
the hose, use a wire coat hanger to clear the blockage.
2.-The air inlet, burnpot, interior combustion air chambers, Follow all cleaning procedures in the maintenance section of
combustion blower, or exhaust pipe are blocked with the owner’s manual.
ash or foreign material.
3.-The firebox is not properly sealed.
Make sure the door is closed and that the gasket is in good
shape. If the ash door has a latch, make sure the ash door is
properly latched and the gasket is sealing good. If the stove has
just a small hole for the ashes to fall through under the burnpot,
make sure the slider plate is in place to seal off the firebox floor.
4.-Vent pipe is incorrectly installed.
Check to make sure vent pipe installation meets criteria in Owner’s
Manual.
5.-The airflow switch wire connections are bad. Check the connectors that attach the gray wires to the air switch.
6.-The gray wires are pulled loose at the Molex connector Check to see if the gray wires are loose at the Molex connector.
on the wiring harness.
7.-Combustion blower failure.
With the stove on, check to see if the combustion blower is
running. If it is not, you will need to check for power going to
the combustion blower. It should be a full current. If there is
power, the blower is bad. If there is not, see #8.
8.-Control board not sending power to combustion If there is not current going to the combustion blower, check all
blower.
wire connections. If all wires are properly connected, you have
a bad control board
9.-Control board not sending power to air switch. There should be a 5-volt current (approximately) going to the
air switch after the stove has been on for 30 seconds.
10.-Air switch has failed (very rare)
To test the air switch, you will need to disconnect the air hose
from the body of the stove. With the other end still attached to
the air switch, very gently suck on the loose end of the hose
(you may want to remove the hose entirely off the stove and
the air switch first and make sure it is clear). If you hear a click,
the air switch is working. BE CAREFUL, TOO MUCH VACUUM
CAN DAMAGE THE AIR SWITCH.
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STOVE SHUTS OFF AND THE #3 LIGHT FLASHES
Possibles Causes
Possibles remedies (Unplug stove first when possible)
1.The hopper is out of pellets or bridged
pellets.
Refill the hopper.
2.-Hopper lid left open.
Lid must be closed for pellets to feed.
3.-The air damper is too far open for a low feed setting. Make sure that the air intake collar on the burnpot is touching the
rear wall of the firebox.
4.-The burnpot is not pushed completely to the rear of Make sure that the air intake collar on the burnpot is touching the
rear wall of the firebox.
the firebox.
5.-The burnpot holes are blocked
Remove the burnpot and thoroughly clean it.
6.-The air inlet, the interior chambers, or exhaust system Follow all cleaning procedures in the maintenance section of the
owner’s manual.
has a partial blockage.
7.-The auger shaft if jammed.
Start by emptying the hopper. Then remove the auger motor by
removing the auger pin. Remove the auger shaft inspection plate
in the hopper so that you can see the auger shaft. Gently lift the
auger shaft straight up so that the end of the auger shaft comes
up out of the bottom auger bushing. Next, remove the two nuts
that hold the top auger biscuit in. Then rotate the bottom end of
the auger shaft up towards you until you can lift the shaft out of
the stove. After you have removed the shaft, inspect it for bent
flights, burrs, or broken welds. Remove any foreign material that
might have caused the jam. Also, check the auger tube for signs
of damage such as burrs, rough spots, or grooves cut into the metal
that could have caused a jam.
8.-The auger motor has failed.
Remove the auger motor from the auger shaft and try to run the
unit. It the motor will turn the shaft is jammed on something. If the
motor will not turn, the motor is bad.
9.-The Proof of Fire (POF) thermodisc has malfunctioned. Temporarily bypass the POF thermodisc by disconnecting the two
brown wires and connecting them with a short piece of wire. Then
plug the stove back in. If the stove comes on and works, you need
to replace the POF thermodisc. This is for testing only. DO NOT
LEAVE THE THERMODISC BYPASSED. Your blowers will never shut
off and if t he fire went out the auger will continue to feed pellets
until the hopper is empty if you leave the POF thermodisc bypassed.
10. The high limit thermodisc has tripped or is defective. Wait for the stove to cool for about 30—40 minutes. It should now
function normally. If not use the Owner’s Manual to locate the high
limit thermodisc. To test if the thermodisc is bad, you can bypass it
as described previously for the POF thermodisc.
11.- The fuse on the control board has blown. Remove the control board. If the fuse appears to be bad, replace
it with a 5 Amp 250 Volt fuse. Plug the stove back in and try to run
the unit.
12.- The control board is not sending power to the POF There should be a 5-volt (approximately) current going to the POF
thermodisc or other auger system components. thermodisc after the stove has been on for 10 minutes.
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STOVE FEEDS PELLETS, BUT WILL NOT IGNITE
Possibles Causes
Possibles Remedies: ( Unplug stove first when
possible)
1.-Air damper open too far for ignition.
Pull the air damper out for startup. In some situations it may be
necessary to have the damper completely closed for ignition to take
place. After there is a flame, the damper can then be adjusted for the
desired feed setting.
2. -Blockage in igniter tube or inlet for igniter tube.
Find the igniter housing on the backside of the firewall. The air intake
hole is a small hole located on bottom side of the housing. Make sure
it is clear. Also, look from the front of the stove to make sure there is
not any debris around the igniter element inside of the igniter housing.
3.- The burnpot is not pushed completely to the
rear of the firebox.
Make sure that the air intake collar on the burnpot is touching the
rear wall of the firebox.
4. Bad igniter element.
Put power directly to the igniter element. Watch the tip of the igniter
from the front of the stove. After about 2 minutes the tip should glow.
If it does not, the element is bad.
5. The control board is not sending power to the
igniter.
Check the voltage going to the igniter during startup. It should be
a full current. If the voltage is lower than full current, check the wiring.
If the wiring checks out good, the board is bad.
SMOKE SMELL COMING BACK INTO THE HOME
Possibles Causes
Possibles Remedies: ( Unplug stove first when possible)
1.- There is a leak in the vent pipe system.
Inspect all vent pipe connections. Make sure they are sealed with
RTV silicone that has a temperature rating on 500 degree F or
higher. Also, seal joints with UL-181-AP foil tape. Also, make sure
the square to round adapter piece on the combustion blower has
been properly sealed with the same RTV.
2.- The gasket on the combustion blower has gone
bad.
Inspect both gaskets on the combustion blower to make sure they
are in good shape.
CONVECTION BLOWER SHUTS OFF AND COMES BACK ON
Possibles Causes
Possibles remedies (Unplug stove first when possible)
1.-The convection blower is overheating and tripping
the internal temperature shutoff.
2.Circuit board malfunction.
Try lubricating the convection blower. Put 1-2 drops of SAE 20 oil in
each of the two oiling ports. Also, clean any dust off of the windings
and fan blades. If oiling the blower does not help, the blower may
be bad.
Test the current going to the convection blower. If there is power
being sent to the blower when it is shut off, then the control board
is fine. If there is NOT power being sent to the blower when it shuts
off during operation, then you have a bad control board.
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STOVE WILL NOT FEED PELLETS, BUT FUEL FEED LIGHT COMES ON AS DESIGNED
Possibles Causes
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·
·
Possibles remedies (Unplug stove first when possible)
1. Fuse on control board blew.
Remove the control board. If the fuse appears to be bad, replace
it with a 5 Amp 250 Volt Fuse. Plug the stove back in and try to run
the unit.
2. High limit switch has tripped or is defective.
Wait for the stove to cool for about 30-45 minutes. It should now
function normally. If not use the Owner’s Manual to locate the high
limit thermodisc. To test if the thermodisc is bad, you can bypass it
as described previously for the POF thermodisc.
3. Bad auger motor.
Remove the auger motor from the auger shaft and try to run the
unit. If the motor will turn, the shaft is jammed on something. If the
motor will not turn, the motor is bad.
4.- Auger jam.
Start by emptying the hopper. Then remove the auger motor by
removing the auger pin. Remove the auger shaft inspection plate
in the hopper so that you can see the auger shaft. Gently lift the
auger shaft straight up so that the end of the auger shaft comes
up out of the bottom auger bushing. Next, remove the two nuts
that hold the top auger biscuit in. Then rotate the bottom end of
the auger shaft up towards you until you can lift the shaft out of
the stove. After you have removed the shaft, inspect it for bent
flights, burrs, or broken welds. Remove any foreign material that
might have caused the jam. Also, check the auger tube for signs
of damage such as burrs, rough spots, or grooves cut into the metal
that could have caused a jam.
5.- Loose wire or connector
Check all wires and connectors that connect to the auger motor,
high limit switch, and the Molex connector.
6.- Bad control board
If the fuse is good, the wires and connectors check out good, and
the high limit switch did not trip, test for power going to the auger
motor. If there is not a full current going to the auger motor when
the fuel feel light is on, you have a bad control board.
GLASS “SOOTS” UP AT A VERY FAST RATE
FLAME IS LAZY, DARK, AND HAS BLACK TIPS
AFTER STOVE HAS BEEN ON FOR AWHILE, THE BURNPOT OVERFILLS
Possibles Causes
Possibles remedies
1.- Stove or vent pipe is dirty, which restricts airflow
through the burnpot.
Follow all cleaning procedure in the maintenance section of the
owner’s manual.
2.- Fire box baffle or heat exchanger dirty
Clean heat exchanger or access baffle clean out.
3.- Vent pipe installed improperly.
Check to make sure the vent pipe has been installed according to
the criteria in the owner’s manual.
4.- Air damper is set too closed for a higher setting.
Pull the damper knob father out away from the side of the stove
and try to burn the unit again.
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5.- Burnpot holes are blocked.
Remove the burnpot and thoroughly clean it.
6.- Air damper is broken.
Visually inspect the damper assembly. Make sure the damper plate
is attached to the damper rod. When the damper rod is moved
the plate should move with it.
7.- Blockage in air intake pipe.
Visually inspect the air intake pipe that leads into the burnpot for
foreign material.
8.- Circuit board malfunction.
Time the fuel feel light at each setting (after the stove has completed
the startup cycle). Make sure the times match the auger timing
chart. If the auger motor runs constantly, the board is bad.
9.- Combustion blower is not spinning fast enough.
Test the RPM on the blower after the blades have been cleaned.
The RPM should be approximately 3000 RPM.
10.- Bad Pellets (Applies to GLASS “SOOT’S” UP AT A
VERY FAST RATE only)
The brand of pellets or the batch of pellets that are being used
may be of poor quality. If possible, try a different brand of pellets.
You might also want to try a brand that is made from a different
type of wood (softwood vs. hardwood). Different woods have
different characteristics when being burned.
11.- The trim setting on the feed rate is to low (Applies
to GLASS “SOOT’S” UP AT A VERY FAST RATE only)
Use the “Reset Trim” button to increase the low feed rate setting.
If the 1 & 3 are on, the stove is currently on the lowest setting. If
only the 1 light is on, the stove is in the default (medium) setting.
If the 1 & 4 lights are on, the stove is in the high trim setting for
the low feed rate. If the stove is being burned on one of the two
lower settings, advance to the next trim setting and try burning
the stove.
HIGH LIMIT SWITCH KEEPS TRIPPING
Possibles remedies
Possibles Causes
1.- The convection blower is overheating and tripping
the internal temperature shutoff.
Clean any dust off of t he windings and fan blades. If cleaning
the blower does not help, the blower may be bad.
2.- The stove is being left on the highest setting for
extended periods of time.
The highest heat level setting is designed for use over short periods
of time. Burning the stove on the highest setting for longer than
1—2 hours could lead to potential overheating situations.
3.- Fuel other than wood pellets is being burned in
the stove.
Bosca pellet stoves are designed and tested to use wood pellets.
While it is possible to burn a corn mixture (corn mixed in with
wood pellets) in the stove, it is not recommended to burn above
the number 3 heat level. Check for signs of fuel other than wood
pellets. If there are signs of corn being used, find out what mixed
was being used and what setting. No other types of fuel have
been approved for Bosca pellet stoves. If there are signs of other
types of fuel being used, advise the consumer to stop using them
immediately.
4.- Power surge or brown out situation.
A power surge, spike, or voltage drop could cause the high limit
switch to trip. Check to see if a surge protector is being used on
the stove. If not, recommend one to the consumer.
5.- High limit switch is malfunctioning
If the other items check out ok, replace the high limit switch.
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SMOKE SMELL OR SOOT BUILD-UP
Because it is a wood-burning device, your BOSCA SOUL 700 Pellet stove may emit a faint wood-burning odor. If this increases
beyond normal, or if you notice any soot build-up on walls or furniture, check your exhaust system carefully for leaks. All joints
should be properly sealed. Also clean your stove, following instructions in “MAINTENANCE”. If problem persists, contact your
dealer.
ELECTRICAL DIAGRAM
CONTROL BOARD
ACE
T-STAT
REMOTE
MOLEX - 12 RA
SS3
HOT
WHITE
SS1
0-TEMP
SWITCH
ORANGE
ORANGE
PINK
MANUAL RE-SET
REQUIRED
PROF OF FIRE
BROWN
GRAY
AIR SWITCH
GRAY
SS2
BLUE
RED
FAN 2
YELLOW
FAN 1
HOPPER SWITCH
120/230
PWR/IMPUT
COMMON
5 VDC
BLACK
BROWN
SS4
MOLEX CONNECTOR
BACK
ONG GRAYPINK BLUE YELL RED
ONG GRAY BRN BRN WHT BLK
IGNITER
CONVECTION
BLOWER
SPEED ADJ
COMBUSTION
BLOWER
SPEED ADJ WHITE
GEAR MOTOR
AUGER
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REPLACEMENT PARTS
Contact an Authorized Bosca Stove Dealer to obtain any of these parts. Never use substitute materials. Use of non-approved parts
can result in poor performance and safety hazards.
UNIT
FREE STANDING
NUMBER C O D E
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
DESCRIPTION
12720001 Auger Motor
Control Board
12720003 Combustion Blower
12720004 Convection Blower
12720006 Low Limit Switch
12720007 High Limit Switch
12720008 Vacuum Hose
12720009 Convection Blower Gasket
12720010 Auger Housing Gasket
12720011 Wire Harmess
12720012 Air Preassure Switch
12720025 Hopper Switch
12720026 Door (without ceramic glass)
Ash Door
Ashpan
12720029 Cleaning Tool
12720030 Latch Assembly
12720031 Door Handle
Baffle Plate
Burn Pot
12720034 Burn Pot Gasket
12720035 Burn Grate
12720036 Heat Exchange Acces Door
Left Pannel
Right Pannel
Control Board Door
Heat Exchange Cleaning Rod Assembly
Damper Linkage
Ignitor Assembly
12720045 Ceramic Glass (with gasket)
Top Rear Shield
Bottom Rear Shield
Auger
12720049 Upper and Lower Brass Bushing
12720050 Auger Motor Mounting Brackets
12720051 Auger Mounting Collar and Bolt
12720052 Glass Retainer (with brackets, screws and rope)
12720053 Vacuum Niple Assembly
Owner's Manual
Louver
Ash Door Cover Plate
Side Window Frame
Side Glass
Unit Side Panel (rigth)
Unit Side Panel (left)
NUMBER C O D E
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
DESCRIPTION
Side Panel (rigth)
Side Panel (left)
Pedestal Door
Hopper Top
Hopper Door
Plastic Handle
Free Standing Ash Pan
Free Standing Ash Box
Ash Box Door
Back Panel
INSERT
NUMBER C O D E
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
DESCRIPTION
Bottom Cover Plate
Sorround Panel (standard)
Hopper Lid
Hopper Top (adjustable)
Low Hopper Chute
High Hopper Chute
Hopper chute cap
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REPLACEMENT PARTS
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22
20
21
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D
15
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14
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20
21
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LIFETIME LIMITED WARRANTY
STATEMENT OF POLICY:
BOSCA warrants its products from component failure and defects in material or workmanship per the terms of the warranty
supplied with the product. All dealers and distributors shall honor BOSCA’s warranties, regardless of whether they sold and
installed the product or not.
Installation and startup procedures are considered to be normal required activities not associated with warranty service. Issues
such as air shutter adjustments or venting should be included in startup. Such procedures are not covered by warranty.
WARRANTY PERIOD:
The warranty period for consumers begins at date of occupancy (new construction), or date of installation (remodel).
LIMITED LIFETIME WARRANTY
BOSCA’s limited lifetime warranty guarantees that the following components will work as designed for the first seven (7) years
for all pellet stoves, and limited labor for the first two (2) years to the original purchaser. This warranty covers firebox, heat
exchanger, burnpot, firebox panels, ceramic glass, panels, and door assembly. Certain restrictions and exclusions may apply. See
“CONDITIONS” on the next page.
Three Year Warranty
Under this Warranty, BOSCA covers the burnpot liner against defects in materials and workmanship for repair or replacement
for the first three (3) years. Certain restrictions and exclusions may apply.
Two Year Warranty
Under this Warranty, BOSCA covers all electrical components such as blowers, auger motors, igniters, wiring, vacuum switches,
speed controls, control boxes, and thermodisc switches for a period of two (2) years to the original purchaser. Certain restrictions
and exclusions may apply.
One Year Warranty
Under this Warranty, BOSCA covers all exterior surface finishes against defects in materials and workmanship, for part repair or
replacement, and limited labor for the first one year to the original purchaser. Certain restrictions and exclusions may apply.
CONDITIONS OF WARRANTY
This Warranty is non-transferable and is made to the original retail purchaser only, provided that the purchase was made through
an authorized BOSCA Stove Dealer. It must be installed and operated at all times in accordance with the Installation and Operating
Instructions furnished with the product, as well as any local and national building codes. Any alteration, willful abuse, accident,
or misuse of the product shall nullify this Warranty.
Labor to repair or replace items covered under the Limited Lifetime Warranty will be covered for the first five (5) years in accordance
with BOSCA’s Warranty Service Fee Reimbursement Schedule. Adjustments, regular maintenance, cleaning, and temporary
repairs do not qualify for a service call and will not be covered. The replacement of consumer replaceable items and installation
of upgraded component parts do not qualify for a service call and will not be covered. This Lim9ited Lifetime Warranty does
not extend to or include surface finish on the appliance, door gasket, glass gasket, glass, or firebrick. It does not cover installation
or operational-related problems such as over-firing, use of corrosive driftwood, downdrafts, or spillage caused by environmental
conditions, nearby trees, buildings, hilltops, mountains, inadequate venting or ventilation, excessive offsets, or negative air pressures
caused by mechanical systems such as furnaces, fans, clothes dryers, etc. Any installation, construction, transportation, or other
related costs or expenses arising from defective part(s), repair, replacement, etc., will not be covered by this Warranty, nor will
BOSCA assume responsibility for them.
Further, BOSCA will not be responsible for any incidental, indirect, or consequential damages, except as results in damage to the
interior or exterior of the building in which this appliance is installed. This Limited Lifetime Warranty does not apply to the venting
components, hearth components or other accessories used in conjunction with the installation of this product which are not
manufactured by BOSCA.
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This Warranty is void if the stove has been over-fired or operated in atmospheres contaminated by chlorine, fluorine, or other
damaging chemicals. It will also be void if the stove is subjected to prolonged periods of dampness or condensation, or if there
is any damage to the stove or components due to water or weather damage which is the result of, but not limited to, improper
chimney or venting installation. BOSCA may, at its discretion, fully discharge all obligations with respect to this Warranty by either
repairing or replacing the unit, or refunding the wholesale price of the defective part(s).
The Warranty extended by BOSCA described above covers only stoves / appliances sold in the United States and Canada, and
will be considered null and void if the serial number label is removed or altered.
The Dealer is not authorized to alter this warranty.
Warranty limitations may not apply in your area. This Warranty gives you specific legal rights. You may also have other rights
which vary from state to state.
All other stove warranties, expressed or implied, are excluded to the extent possible by law.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION
Model:
Style:
Serial Number:
Purchase Date:
Purchased From:
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BOSCA CHILE S.A.
Av. Américo Vespucio 2077
Huechuraba
Santiago - Chile
Telephone : (56) 2 3288500
Fax: (56) 2 624 1891
www.boscastoves.com
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