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Owner’s Manual

Installation and Operation

Models:

Outdoor Woodburning

Castlewood 42

CAUTION

DO NOT DISCARD THIS MANUAL

• Important operating a n d m a i n t e n a n c e instructions included.

• Read, understand and follow these instructions for safe i n s t a l l a t i o n a n d operation.

• Leave this manual with party responsible for use and operation.

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WARNING

If the information in these instructions is not followed exactly, a fire may result causing property damage, personal injury, or death.

• Do not store or use gasoline or other flam mable vapors and liquids in the vicinity of this or any other appliance.

• Do not overfire. Overfiring will void your warranty.

• Comply with all minimum clearances to combustibles as specified. Failure to comply may cause house fire.

Installation and service of this appliance should be performed by

WARNING

HOT SURFACES!

Glass and other surfaces are hot during operation and cool down.

Hot glass will cause burns.

• Do not touch glass until it is cooled

• NEVER allow children to touch glass

• Keep children away

• CAREFULLY SUPERVISE children in same room as appliance.

• Alert children and adults to hazards of high temperatures.

High temperatures may ignite clothing or other flammable materials.

• Keep clothing, furniture, draperies and other combustibles away.

WARNING: For Outdoor Use Only.

WARNING

Fire Risk

• For use with solid wood fuel or decorative gas appliance only.

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Read this manual before installing or operating this fireplace.

Please retain this owner’s manual for future reference.

Congratulations!

Congratulations on selecting a Outdoor Lifestyles wood burning fireplace. The Outdoor Lifestyles fireplace you have selected is designed to provide the utmost in safety, reliability and efficiency.

As the owner of a new fireplace, you’ll want to read and carefully follow all of the instructions contained in this owner’s manual. Pay special attention to all cautions and warnings.

The information contained in this owner’s manual unless noted otherwise, applies to all models and gas control systems.

Your new Outdoor Lifestyles wood burning fireplace will give you years of durable use and trouble-free enjoyment. Welcome to the Outdoor Lifestyles family of fireplace products!

This owner’s manual should be retained for future reference.

We suggest you keep it with your other important documents and product manuals.

Homeowner Reference Information

We recommend that you record the following pertinent information about your fireplace:

Model Name:

Serial Number:

Dealership purchased from:

Notes:

Date purchased/installed:

Location on fireplace:

Dealer phone:

Listing Label Information/Location

The model information regarding your specific fireplace can be found on the rating plate located on the smoke shield of the fireplace.

Serial

Number

FIREPLACE NO.

Grate

WARNING: RISK OF

FIRE DAMAGE. REPLACE

MODEL NO.

Fireplace

Model

MODEL NO.

MFG. DATE

CAN/ULC-S610 USE HHT SL SERIES CHIMNEY

FIREBOX

2

UTILISER DU CARBURANT

SOLIDE SEULEMENT

IF INSTALLATION OR OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS ARE MISSING

7571 215th Street West, Lakeville, MN 55044

,

P.N. 4021-723E

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Table of Contents

1 Listing and Code Approvals

A. Appliance Certification . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4

2 Getting Started

A. Design and Installation Considerations . . . . . . . . . . . . 5

B. Non-Combustible Materials . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5

C. Combustible Materials . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5

D. Tools and Supplies Needed . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5

E. Inspect Fireplace and Components . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6

F. Grate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6

G. Firescreen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6

H. Cooling Air . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6

I. Molded Brick Panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6

J. Glass Door (optional). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6

C. Clear Space Near the Fireplace . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29

D. Firescreen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29

E. Glass Doors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29

F. Wood Fuel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30

G. Starting a Fire . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31

11 Troubleshooting

A. Diagnostics and Problem Solving . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32

12 Maintenance and Servicing the Fireplace

A. Disposal of Ashes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33

B. Chimney Inspection/Cleaning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33

C. Firebox Refractory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33

D. Maintenance Task List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34

E. Chimney Fire . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34 3 Framing and Clearances

A. Selecting Fireplace Location . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7

B. Clearances . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9

C. Sidewalls/Surrounds . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10

D. Frame the Fireplace . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10

E. Chimney Requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11

4 Installation of Fireplace

A. Secure the Fireplace . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12

B. Install Cooling Air Hoods . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13

13 Reference Materials

A. Appliance Dimensions/Weight . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35

B. Optional Components . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36

C. Chimney Components . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37

D. Termination caps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39

E. Service Parts List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40

F. Warranty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42

G. Contact Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44

5 Chimney Assembly

A. Chimney Requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14

B. Assemble the Chimney Sections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15

C. Installing the Attic Insulation Shield . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16

D. Using Offsets/Returns . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17

6 Complete the Enclosure

A. Chimney Termination . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18

B. Chase Top . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18

C. Install the Termination Cap . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18

7 Installation of Molded Brick Panel

A. Install Hearth Molded Brick Panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20

B. Install Back Molded Brick Panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20

C. Install Side Molded Brick Panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20

D. Install Screens . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21

E. Mortar (Optional) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21

F. Grate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21

G. Glass Door (optional). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21

8 Accessories

A. Gas Log/Lighter Provisions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22

9 Finishing

A. Non-combustible Materials . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23

B. Combustible Materials . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23

C. Hearth Extension . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23

D. Raised Hearth Extension Framing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24

E. Non-combustible Sealant . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25

F. Finishing Material . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26

G. Mantel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27

10 Operating Instructions

A. General Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28

B. Grate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28

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1

Listing and Code Approvals

A. Appliance Certification

This fireplace system has been tested and listed in accor dance with UL 127 and CAN/ULC-S610-M87 standards by

Underwriters Laboratories Inc. for installation and operation in the United States and Canada. This fireplace has been tested and listed for use with the optional components specified in this manual. These optional components may be pur chased separately and installed at a later date.

Outdoor Lifestyles is a registered trademark of Hearth &

Home Technologies Inc.

WARNING

Improper installation, adjustment, alteration, service or maintenance can cause injury or property damage.

Refer to the owner’s information manual provided with this fireplace. For assistance or additional information consult a qualified installer, service agency or your dealer.

Not intended for use as a primary heat source.

This fireplace is tested and approved as a decorative fireplace. It should not be factored as a primary heat source in residential heating calculations.

WARNING

Fire Risk

WARNING

Fire Risk

• Do not install or operate damaged fireplace.

• Do not modify fireplace.

• Installation other than as instructed by Hearth & Home

Technologies Inc. is strictly prohibited.

• Do not operate the fireplace without fully assembling all components.

• Do not overfire .

• Installation and/or use of any component part not approved by Hearth & Home Technologies.

• WARNING! TO AVOID THE RISK OF DAMAGING

FIREPLACE MATERIALS AND INCREASING THE

RISK OF SPREADING A FIRE, DO NOT USE THE

FIREPLACE TO COOK OR WARM FOOD.

Hearth & Home Technologies disclaims any responsibility for, and the warranty and agency listing will be voided by the above actions.

WARNING: This product and the fuels used to operate this product (wood and wood pellets), and the products of combus tion of such fuels, can expose you to chemi cals including carbon black, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and carbon monoxide, which is known to the State of California to cause birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more infor mation go to: www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.

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2

Getting Started

A. Design and Installation Considerations

CAUTION

Check building codes prior to installation.

• Installation MUST comply with local, regional, state and national codes and regulations.

• Consult insurance carrier, local building inspector, fire officials or authorities having jurisdiction about restrictions, installation inspection, and permits.

When planning a fireplace installation, it is necessary to de termine the following information before installing:

• Where the fireplace is to be installed. See Sections

3 and 4.

• The vent system configuration to be used. See Sections

5 and 6.

• Framing and finishing details. See Sections 3, 6 and 8.

• Whether optional accessories are desired. See

Section 12.

Moisture Resistance:

This outdoor fireplace will shed moderate amounts of water, but is not waterproof. Water and condensing water vapor may enter the chase under certain conditions.

The fireplace will not perform as an exterior wall. Moisture penetration must be considered for construction that places the fireplace in structure walls or on moisture sensitive sur faces.

When installed on exterior walls: Hearth & Home Tech nologies recommends that the fireplace chase be con structed outside the structure’s weather envelope. Where the platform meets the wall, use a flashing detail similar to that required for attached decks. Chase platforms, including hearths should slope away from the structure at 1/8 in. to

1/4 in. per foot. The fireplace can be shimmed level.

When installed on surfaces where water may collect or cause damage: Hearth & Home Technologies recommends that a drainage pan be placed under the unit. This can be constructed of metal, adhesive polymer membrane (such as ice and water shield) or other suitable materials. A means of drainage out of the pan such as tubes or weep holes should be provided. A slope of 1/8 in. to 1/4 in. per foot towards the drain port is suggested. The fireplace can be shimmed level.

Hearths should slope away from the front of the fireplace and chase at 1/8 in. to 1/4 in. per foot. Spark strips must be on top of any combustible hearth materials used for moisture management.

B. Non-Combustible Materials

Materials which will not ignite and burn, composed of any combination of the following:

- Steel -Iron

- Brick -Tile

-Concrete -Slate

-Glass -Plasters Materials reported as passing ASTM

R 136, Standard Test Method for Behavior of Metals, in a

Vertical Tube Furnance aat 750° C

C. Combustible Materials

Materials made of or surfaced with any of the following materials:

-Wood -Compressed paper

-Plant fibers -Plastic

Any material that can ignite and burn; flame proofed or not, plastered or un-plastered.

D. Tools and Supplies Needed

Before beginning the installation be sure the following tools and building supplies are available:

Reciprocating Saw Framing material

Pliers

Hammer

High temp caulking material

Gloves

Phillips screwdriver Framing square

Flat blade screwdriver Electric drill and bits

Plumb line

Level

Safety glasses

Tape measure

1/2-3/4 in. lenght, #6 or #8 self-drilling screws

Misc. screws and nails

Read all the instructions before starting the installation. Follow these instructions carefully during the installation to ensure maximum safety and benifit.

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E. Inspect Fireplace and Components

WARNING

Fire Risk

Explosion Risk

Inspect fireplace and components for damage. Damaged parts may impair safe operation.

• Do NOT install damaged components.

• Do NOT install incomplete components.

• Do NOT install substitute components

• Carefully remove the fireplace and components from the packaging.

The fireplace system consists of the following:

• Fireplace / Integral grate/dual cooling air inlet hoods, firescreen, and hearth refractory.

F. Grate

This fireplace is designed to be used with the grate sup plied with this unit or one approved by HHT. The grate will deteriorate over time and will need occasional replacement.

Warning! Risk of Fire

!

Use only the factory-supplied intergral grate.

Keep logs in place.

Allows proper air circulation around the fire.

I. Molded Brick Panel

• The molded brick panels are shipped separately, but required to contain heat and provide an attractive interior.

• They will deteriorate over time and will need occasional replacement. Small hairline cracks and discoloration are normal and do not affect safety.

• Mortar is not necessary but can be used to enhance the appearance.

J. Glass Doors (optional)

• If installing the glass door kit, make sure the finished opening should be 38 x 42 inches (965 mm x 167 mm) to allow for door installation.

G. Firescreen

The firescreen is provided to control sparks. Keep it closed when the fireplace is in use

.

WARNING!

Risk of Fire or Burns

!

SCREEN WILL NOT PREVENT BURNING MATERIALS

FROM FALLING OUT.

SCREEN PULLS OR HANDLES MAY BE HOT .

H. Cooling Air

Cooling air is necessary to install the fireplace on a com bustible surface and in a combustilbe enclosure. Two inlet hoods are provided and must be installled, to allow cooling air to be drawn into the enclosure. Ducting between the hoods and the fireplace is not necessary.

The complete structure must be noncombustible if the hoods are not installed.

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3

Framing and Clearances

WARNING

Fire Risk

Provide adequate clearances.

• Around air openings

• To combustibles

• For service access.

Locate fireplace away from traffic areas.

A. Selecting Fireplace Location

This outdoor fireplace will shed moderate amounts of water, but is not waterproof. Water and condensing water vapor may enter the chase under certain conditions.

The fireplace will not perform as an exterior wall. Moisture penetration must be considered for construction that places the fireplace against structure walls or on moisture sensitive surfaces.

• Exterior Walls (see Figure 3.1)

Hearth & Home Technologies recommends that the fireplace chase be constructed outside the structure’s weather envelope. Where the platform meets the wall, use a flashing detail similar to that required for attached decks.

Chase platforms, including hearths, should slope away from the structure at 1/8 in. to 1/4 in. per foot. The fireplace can be shimmed level. Build the outside enclosure out of standard building materials, being careful to maintain the minimum air clearances specified in these installation instructions.

Note:

• Illustrations and photos reflect typical installations and are FOR DESIGN PURPOSES ONLY.

• Illustrations/diagrams are not drawn to scale.

• Actual installation/appearance may vary due to individual design preference.

• Hearth & Home Technologies reserves the right to alter its products.

• Freestanding Installations (see Figure 3.2)

When installing this fireplace as a freestanding fireplace in your yard, it must be enclosed to prevent impact damage to the fireplace.

• Porch and Patio Installations

The fireplace will not perform as an exterior wall. Hearth

& Home Technologies recommends that the fireplace chase be constructed outside the structure’s weather envelope. Where the platform meets the wall, use a flashing detail similar to that required for attached decks.

Chase platforms, including heaths should slope away from the structure at 1/8 in. to 1/4 in. per foot. The fireplace can be shimmed level.

• The cooling air hoods MUST be used if installing in a combustible enclosure. Ducting is not necessary between the hoods and the fireplace.

• If fireplace is installed on cement and totally enclosed with non combustilbe materials (i.e. metal studs, cement board, etc.) the cooling air hoods do not need to be installed.

• When Installed on Surfaces Where Water May Collect or Cause Damage:

Hearth & Home Technologies recommends that a drainage pan be placed under the unit. This can be constructed of metal, adhesive polymer membrane (such as ice and water shield) or other suitable materials. A means of drainage out of the pan such as tubes or weep holes should be provided. A slope of 1/8 in. to 1/4 in. per foot towards the drain port is suggested. The fireplace can be shimmed level. Hearths should slope away from the front of the fireplace and chase at 1/8 in. to 1/4 in. per foot. Spark strips must be used on top of any combustible hearth materials used for moisture management.

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[

29

737 ]

[

28-1/2

724 ]

Note: If this surface is inside the building’s warm air enevelope...

...then this surface must be an exterior wall system.

[

1-1/2

38 ]

[

1-1/2

38 ]

[

1/2

13 ] [

53

1344 ]

[

54

1369 ]

[

1/2

13 ]

[

1-1/2

38 ]

[

67-1/2

1714 ]

[

1-1/2

38 ]

Figure 3.1 Fireplace Locations

[

1/2

13 ] [

53

1346 ]

[

54

1372 ]

[

95-1/2

2424 ]

CORNER INSTALL DIMENSIONS

8

[

1/2

13 ]

(Enclosed Fireplace)

FREESTANDING

INSTALLATION

(Combustible Structure)

Figure 3.2 Freestanding Fireplace Locations

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B. Clearances

WARNING

Fire Risk

• Comply with all minimum clearances to combustibles as specified.

• Framing or finishing material used on the front of, or in front of, the appliance closer than the minimums listed, must be constructed entirely of noncombustible materials (i.e., steel studs, concrete board, etc.).

Failure to comply may cause fire.

0 in. to level of standoffs

1-1/2 to side and back

0 in.

Figure 3.3 Clearance to Combustible

1/2 in to framing

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C. Sidewalls/Surrounds

• Locate adjacent combustible sidewalls a minimum of 24 in. (610 mm) from fireplace opening.

• Mantle leg, surround, stub wall, whether combustible or non-combustible, may be constructed as shown in Figure 3.4.

Note: Grid depicts 1 inch squares.

FLUSH

FRONT

BRICK

FRONT

4 in.

[102 mm]

22 3/8 in.

[568 mm]

42 in.

[1067 mm]

52-7/8 in.

(1343 mm)

39° angle

19 3/4 in.

[500 mm]

50° angle

18 1/2 in.

[470 mm]

24 in.

[610 mm]

24 in.

[610 mm]

Figure 3.4 Mantel Leg, Surround or Wall Projection (acceptable on both sides of opening)

D. Frame the Fireplace

When typical combustible framing (2x4 lumber shown) is used, cooling air hoods are required. If the total structure is noncombustible, cooling air hoods are not necessary. See Figure 3.4.

• Observe all required air space clearances to combustible materials as shown in Figure 3.5.

(432 mm) framing

NOTE: A structural header may be positioned higher up during the early framing to help with the installation of the unit then finish framing down to the correct height after the unit is set.

Area to be covered with nonccombustible material.

28-3/8 in.

721 cm

74- 1/2 in.

1892 cm

53-7/8 in.

1368 cm

10

Figure 3.5 Framing the Fireplace

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Figure 3.5 Framing the Fireplace

E. Chimney Requirements

When planning your fireplace location, the chimney construc tion and necessary clearances must be considered. The fire place system and chimney components have been tested to provide flexibility in construction. The following figures are the minimum distances from the base of the fireplace.

• Minimum overall straight height is 10 ft If the fireplace is freestanding and a minimum of 10 ft from a combustible structure.

See Figure 3.2.

• Chimney must extend 2 ft (.6 m) above any portion of the roof within 10 ft (3048 mm) of the chimney. Refer to

Figure 6.2.

FT

MINIMUM HEIGHT WITH OFFSET/RETURN 16

M

4.42

• MAXIMUM HEIGHT

• MAXIMUM CHIMNEY LENGTH BETWEEN

AN OFFSET AND RETURN

• MAXIMUM DISTANCE BETWEEN CHIMNEY

STABILIZERS

• DOUBLE OFFSET/RETURN MINIMUM

HEIGHT

• MAXIMUM UNSUPPORTED CHIMNEY

LENGTH BETWEEN THE OFFSET AND

RETURN

90

20

35

24

6

27.43

6.1

10.67

7.32

1.83

• MAXIMUM UNSUPPORTED CHIMNEY

HEIGHT ABOVE THE FIREPLACE

• MINIMUM OVERALL STRAIGHT HEIGHT IF

FIREPLACE IS FREESTANDING

MINIMUM STRAIGHT HEIGHT

35

10

10.67

1.95

14.5

4.42

* Transition section standard with unit and 1 foot section of chimney will meet the minimum 10 ft. for free standing installs.

SLA10 (for Canada) and CAK8A required for

Canada installation

NOTE: Offset can come off transition cone in all instances,,,freestanding or otherwise.

9 ft

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4

Installation of Fireplace

A. Secure the Fireplace

Position the Fireplace

This fireplace may be placed on either a combustible or noncombustible continuous flat surface. Follow the instruc tions for framing in Section 3.D. Slide the fireplace into po sition. Be sure to provide the minimum air clearance at the sides and back of the fireplace assembly. See Section 3.B.

Place the Protective Metal Hearth Strips

WARNING

1 in. (25 mm) overlap

Minimum

FIre Risk!

Prevent contact with sagging, loose insulation.

Do NOT instal against vapor barriers or

exposed

insulation.

Cooling Air Hoods must be installed if

instaling

on a combustible surface.

Level the Fireplace

Level the fireplace side-to-side and front-to-back. Shim with noncombustible material, such as sheet metal, as necessary. Secure the fireplace (using the nailing flanges located on either side of the fireplace) to the vertical framing.

Note: When elevating the fireplace above the hearth extension the front of the elevated platform must be protected with a protective metal hearth strip.

Important: To ensure proper fit of the glass doors, check the fireplace opening for square. Measure diagonal distances of the opening to make sure they are equal.

If they are not, continue to shim the fireplace until those diagonals are equal.

Metal strips are placed 2 in. (51 mm) under the front of the fireplace and must extend beyond the front and sides of fireplace opening by 2 in. (51 mm).

Figure 4.2 Position the Protective Metal Hearth Strips

Included with your fireplace you will find two metal hearth strips measuring approximately 26 in. x 4 in. (660 mm x 102 mm).

These strips are used to provide added protection where the fireplace and the hearth extension meet when installed on a combustible service.

Slide each metal strip 2 in. (51 mm) under the front edge of the fireplace. The individual pieces must overlap each other by 1 in. (25 mm) minimum in the middle of the fireplace to provide continuous coverage of the floor. See Figure 4.2.

These metal strips should extend from the front and sides of the fireplace opening by 2 in. (51 mm).

WARNING

Fire Risk!

• Metal hearth strips MUST be installed.

Sparks or embers may ignite flooring.

Top piece must overlap bottom piece

Raised Platform

NOTE: If using a chase, consider where and how the chimney will run. If there are obstacles that might be in the way, it may be necessary to make the chase larger than shown to allow for offsets to be used.

2 in.

(51 mm)

1 in. (25 mm) min.

overlap

Floor

2 in.

(51 mm)

Figure 4.1 Protect the Front of an Elevated Platform

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B. Install Cooling Air Hoods

WARNING!

Cooling air must be provided when installing in combustible enclosure or on combustible surface.

• Locate cooling air hoods to prevent blockage from leaves, snow/ice, or other debris. Blockages could cause the unit to overheat.

• Recommended bottom of a 7-3/4” X 7-3/4” square hole or 7-3/4” diameter hole 12” minimum above bottom of unit. See Figure 4.4.

• Do Not place cooling air hood close to exhaust vent.

• The outside air hood can be painted to match/accent the color of the structure.

Caution

! Risk of Fire or Asphyxiation ! Do not draw outside air from wall, floor, or ceiling cavity, or enclosed spaces such as an attic or garage.

Figure 4.3 Cooling Hoods

7-3/4 in.

7-3/4 in.

12 in. min.

Figure 4.4 Air Hood

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5

Chimney Assembly

A. Chimney Requirements

Vertical distances are measured from the base of the fire place.

• Minimum overall straight height is 10 ft. if the fireplace is freestanding and a minimum of 10 ft from a combustible structure.

• Chimney must extend 2 ft (.6 m) above any portion of the roof within 10 ft (3 m) of the chimney. To determine the chimney components needed to complete your particular installation, follow the steps below:

• Determine the total vertical height of the fireplace installation. This dimension is measured from the base of the fireplace assembly to the point where the smoke exits the termination cap.

• Subtract the effective height of the fireplace assembly from the overall height of the fireplace installation (measured from the base of the fireplace to the bottom of the termination cap).

• Refer to Table 5.1 to determine what components must be selected to complete the fireplace installation.

• Determine the number of ceiling firestops, stabilizers, roof flashing, etc. required to complete the fireplace installation.

FT M

• MINIMUM HEIGHT WITH OFFSET/RETURN 16

MAXIMUM HEIGHT 90

4.42

27.43

• MAXIMUM CHIMNEY LENGTH BETWEEN

AN OFFSET AND RETURN

• MAXIMUM DISTANCE BETWEEN CHIMNEY

STABILIZERS

• DOUBLE OFFSET/RETURN MINIMUM

HEIGHT

• MAXIMUM UNSUPPORTED CHIMNEY

LENGTH BETWEEN THE OFFSET AND

RETURN

20

35

24

6

6.1

10.67

7.32

1.83

• MAXIMUM UNSUPPORTED CHIMNEY

HEIGHT ABOVE THE FIREPLACE

• MINIMUM OVERALL STRAIGHT HEIGHT IF

FIREPLACE IS FREESTANDING

MINIMUM STRAIGHT HEIGHT

35

10

10.67

1.95

14.5

4.42

* Transition section standard with unit and 1 foot section required in ad dition as minimum

.

WARNING

Fire Risk

Must maintain 2 in. (51 mm) air clearance to insulation and other combustible materials.

Warning: DO NOT PACK REQUIRED AIR

SPACES WITH INSULATION OR

OTHER MATERIALS.

CAUTION

• Do NOT connect this fireplace to a chimney flue servicing another appliance.

• Do NOT connect to any air distribution duct or system.

Table 5.1

HEIGHT OF CHIMNEY COMPONENTS

Canada ONLY US

Chimney Stabilizer

SL11

Ceiling Firestops

FS538

FS540

Offsets/Returns

SL1130

Chimney Sections*

SL1106

SL1112

SL1118

SL1136

SL1148 n/a

SL4

FS538

FS540

SL430

SL406

SL412

SL418

SL436

SL448

SLA10 in.

4-3/4

0

0

14-1/2 mm

121

0

0

368

4-3/4

10-3/4

16-3/4

34-3/4

46-3/4 1187

16-3/4 425

121

273

425

883

* Dimensions reflect effective height.

Note: A maximum of two pairs of offsets and returns may be used.

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B. Assemble the Chimney Sections

WARNING! Risk of Fire! DO NOT install substitute or damaged chimney components.

• Use only those components described in this manual.

Substitute or damaged chimney components could impair safe operation and cause overheating and fire.

• Support the pipe during construction and check to be sure inadvertent loading has not dislodged the chimney section from the fireplace or at any chimney joint.

• Attach the transition section to the top of the fireplace.

• Place inner flue to the inside of the chimney section below it. Place the outer casing outside the outer casing of the chimney section below it. Refer to Figure 5.1.

NOTICE: CHIMNEY SECTIONS CANNOT BE

DISASSEMBLED ONCE LOCKED TOGETHER. PLAN

AHEAD!

• Lock chimney sections and/or offsets/returns together by pushing downward until the top section meets the stop bead on the lower section.

• Pull on the top section to make sure it is fully engaged and will not separate.

• You may use #6 or #8 sheet metal screws no longer than

1/2 in. (13 mm) to fasten chimney sections together. Do

NOT penetrate inner flue.

• Fasten offset/returns to chimney sections. Insert the screws (provided) through the predrilled holes. Do NOT penetrate inner flue.

• Secure chimney returns with hanger straps (provided); fasten to studs or joists.

• Vertical straight runs of chimney must be supported every

35 ft (10.7 m).

Figure 5.1 Assembling Chimney Sections

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C. Installing the Attic Insulation Shield

WARNING! Risk of Fire! You MUST install an attic installation shield when there is any possibility of insulation or other combustible material coming into contact with the chimney.

• DO NOT pack insulation between the chimney and the attic insulation shield.

• Failure to keep insulation and other materials away from the chimney pipe could cause a fire.

• DO NOT offset chimney inside insulation shield.

• Combustible material may come into contact with the attic insulation shield as long as the required clearances are maintained to the chimney pipe.

Installation of a ceiling firestop is required:

Note: In Canada a CAS10 must also be installed. See instructions provided with kit.

• Refer to Figures 5.3, 5.4, and 5.5..

• If the attic shield is pre-rolled continue. If it is a flat part, try to roll it up to aid in wrapping it around the chimney.

• Pre-bend all the tabs in at the top to 45 degrees.

• Wrap the shield (around the chimney if already installed) until you have an overlap and the three holes on each side match up (large holes on top).

• Insert three screws into the matching holes to form a tube starting at the bottom.

• Bend the tabs on the bottom of the tube inward to 90 degrees to maintain chimney air space.

• Rest the insulation shield on the ceiling firestop below.

• Tape off any openings around the bottom.

If you want to make a custom shield or barrier, follow these guidelines:

• Metal is preferred, although any material stiff enough to hold back the insulation can be used.

WARNING! Risk of Fire! Use of cardboard or other materials that can deflect under humidity or other environmental conditions is not recommended.

• The shield or barrier must be tall enough to extend above the insulation and prevent blown-in insulation from spilling into the cavity and accommodate the amount of insulation as required by the National

Building Code.

• Maintain specified air spaces around chimney.

• Check instructions and local codes for further details.

Double-check the Chimney Assembly

Continue assembling the chimney sections up through the ceiling firestops as needed. While doing so, be aware of the height and unsupported chimney length limitations given under Section 5.A.

Check each section by pulling up slightly from the top to ensure proper engagement before installing the succeeding sections. If they have been connected correctly, they will not disengage when tested.

Figure 5.3 Prepare Attic Insulation Shield

Pipe

Tabs bent in to rest against pipe

2 in. (51 mm) air space

Attic Insulation Shield

5 Tabs bent in 90°

14-1/2 in. (368 mm) diameter

Ceiling Firestop

Insulation

10-1/2 in.

(267 mm)

Pre-bend the tabs to rest against pipe to prevent insulation from falling in.

Insert three screws

(5)Tabs bent in 90°

Figure 5.4 Install Attic Insulation Shield (firestop above ceiling)

2 in. (51 mm) air space

Insulation

10-1/2 in.

(267 mm)

Pipe

Pipe

5 Tabs bent in 90°

Pipe

Insulation

Seal with tape

Tabs bent in to rest against pipe

Attic Insulation Shield

14-1/2 in. (368 mm) diameter

Insulation

Ceiling Firestop

Seal with tape

Figure 5.5 Install Attic Insulation Shield (firestop below ceiling)

Note: The chimney must be enclosed from the fireplace to the attic maintaining the 2 inch clearances.

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D. Using Offsets/Returns

To bypass any overhead obstructions, the chimney may be offset using an offset/return.

An offset and return may be attached together or a chimney section(s) may be used between an offset and return.

Perform the following steps to determine the correct chimney component combination for your particular installation:

Table 5.2

WARNING

Fire Risk

• Draft will be restricted if offsets/returns greater than 30° are used.

A in.

4 7/8

7 1/4

9 3/4 mm

124

184

248

10 1/4 260

12 3/4 324

13 1/4

15 3/4

18 1/8

18 3/4

21 3/4

337

400

460

476

552

B in.

17 7/8

22

26 1/8

27 1/4

31 3/8

32 3/8

36 5/8

822

930

40 3/4 1035

41 3/4 1060

47 1194 mm

454

559

664

692

797

1

-

-

-

-

SL1106

SL406

-

1

2

-

1

2

1

-

-

2

SL1112

SL412

-

-

-

1

1

-

1

2

1

-

SL1118

SL418

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

SL1136

SL436

-

-

-

-

-

22 1/4

24 3/4

27 3/4

28 1/4

30 3/4

33 3/4

565

629

705

718

781

857

48 1219

52 1/8 1324

57 3/8 1457

58 3/8 1483

62 1/2 1588

67 3/4 1721

36 3/4 933 73 1854

39 3/4 1010 78 1/8 1984

41 1/8 1045 82 3/8 2092

45 3/4 1162 88 1/2 2248

-

1

-

-

1

-

-

-

1

-

-

-

1

-

-

1

-

-

-

-

1

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

1

1

1

-

-

-

-

2

2

1

48 1/8 1222 92 3/4 2356

51 3/4 1314 98 7/8 2511

1

-

-

-

-

-

1

-

1

2

Proper assembly of air cooled chimney parts results in an overlap of chimney joints of 1-1/4 in. (32 mm). Effective length is built into this table.

1

-

-

1

-

1

-

-

1

1

-

-

-

-

-

SL1148

SL448

-

-

-

-

-

• Measure how far the chimney needs to be shifted to enable it to avoid the overhead obstacle. See Figure 5.1. Use dimension “A” to determine chimney section required to achieve the needed shift.

• After determining the offset dimension, refer to Table 5.2 and find the “A” dimension closest to but not less than the distance of shift needed for your installation.

• The “B” dimension that coincides with the “A” dimension represents the required vertical clearance that is needed to complete the offset and return.

• Read across the chart and find the number of chimney sections required and the model number of those particular chimney parts.

• Whenever the chimney penetrates a floor/ceiling, a ceiling firestop must be installed.

• The effective height of the fireplace assembly is measured from the base of the fireplace to the top of the starter collar.

See Dimensions in Section 12.

Figure 5.2

A

B

1-1/4 in. (32 mm)

OVERLAP

Figure 5.2

Example: Your “A” dimension from Figure 5.2 is

14 1/2 in. (368 mm). Using Table 5.2 the dimension closest to, but not less than 14 1/2 in. (368 mm) is

15 3/4 in. (400 mm) using a 30° offset/return. It is then determined from the table that you would need

36 5/8 in. (930 mm) (Dimension “B”) between the offset and return. The chimney components that best fit your application are two SL1112s or SL412s.

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6

Complete the Enclosure

A. Chimney Termination

Chimney Termination Requirements (see Fig ure 6.1)

C. Install the Termination Cap

Note: To protect against the effect of corrosion on those parts exposed to the weather, the termination cap can be painted with a rust-resistant paint.

• Must have a cap approved and listed for this fireplace system

• Must not be located where it will become plugged by snow or other material

• Must terminate at least 3ft (914 mm) about the roof and at least 2 ft (610mm) above any portion of the roof within 10 ft. (305mm)

• Must be located away from trees or other structures

WARNING

Fire Risk

• Must maintain 2 in. (51 mm) air clearance to insulation and other combustible materials.

B. Chase Top

A metal chase top is required to seal the top of the chase around the chimney pipe. The top should include a turndown and drip edge to prevent water from seeping into the chase. Provide a 1/8 in. (3 mm) gap around the flue pipe and slope the top downward away from the penetration.

WARNING

Fire Risk

• The minimum overlap of cap to pipe

MUST be met or chimney may separate from cap.

Separation allows sparks, heat and embers to escape.

Install the chimney sections up through the chase enclosure and refer to termination cap instructions.

NOTE: TR11/TR444 Round Termination Cap and TR11T/

TR442 Round Telescoping Termination Cap not recom mended for Installations less than 20 feet.

ST1175/ST475 Square Termination Cap

• All seams must be caulked to prevent leaks.

• A chase installation must use a chase top. Chase tops are available from your HHT dealer or may be field constructed.

• Attach the chase top to the top of the chase.

2 in. (51 mm) Collar on Chase Top

Slope Downward

.018 (26 ga) min. Galvanized Chase Top

Figure 6.1 Field Constructed Chase Top Specification

Turn-down

Drip Edge

18

Flange

Collar

2 in. (51 mm)

Minimum Height

Chase Top

Termination Cap

Place waterproof caulk or sealer under each flange of the termination cap and on top of each screw to help prevent leaks.

The last section of pipe must stop between 2 in. (51 mm) above the top of the chase and 4 3/4 in. (121 mm) below the top of the chase.

2 in. (51 mm) maximum

4 3/4 in. (121 mm) maximum

Chase

Chimney

Pipe

Termination cap pipe and chimney section must overlap 1-1/2 in. (38 mm)

Figure 6.2 Installing an ST1175/ST475 Square Termination Cap

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TCT1175 Terra Cotta Cap

Remove 2 screws from front & back to lift the top off

Collar

2 in. (51 mm)

Minimum Height

Chase Top

Termination Cap

Place waterproof sealer under each flange of the termination cap and on top of each screw to help prevent leaks.

The last section of pipe must stop between 2 in.

(51 mm) above top of chase and 7 in. (178 mm) below top of chase

2 in. (51 mm)

7 in. (178 mm)

Chase

Chimney

Pipe

Termination cap pipe and chimney section must overlap

1-1/2 in. (38 mm)

Figure 6.3 Installing a TCT1175 Square Termination Cap

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7

Installation of Molded Brick Panel

A. Install Hearth Molded Brick Panel

1. Put a level on fireplace to verify it is level side to side and front to back.

2. While the hearth is removed from the fireplace , measure all 4 corrners to determine the variance from corner to corner. See Figure 7.1.

3. Shim the low corners of the hearth refractory by installing the metal pieces provided on the fireplace bottom. See

Figure 7.2.

4. Put a level on the top flange of the refractory and shim as necessary from side to side or front to back. See Figure

7.3.

Note: The top flange of the hearth should be level to allow the sides and back to be installed with minimal gaps. The hearth slopes towards the front of the unit approximately

1/4”.

B. Install Back Molded Brick Panel

• Refer to Figure 7.4.

• Set the grate retainer in place, in the notch in the hearth.

• Install the back panel. Center from side to side.

• Install rear refractory retainer.

Side Refractory Retainer

Back Refractory Retainer

Back Molded Brick Panel

Figure 7.1.

Figure 7.2.

Side Refractory Retainer

Left Side Molded Brick Panel

Grate Retainer

Gas tube locator dimple

Right Side Molded Brick Panel

Hearth Retainer

Figure 7.4

C. Install Side Molded Brick Panel

• Remove screen rods.

• Remove smoke shield

• Install side panel by lifting up, setting on top flange of hearth and slide towards back of unit until it meets up with back panel.

• Install refractory retainer

• Install second side panel following the steps above.

Replace the smoke shield.

• Install refractory retainer.

Figure 7.3.

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D. Install Screens

• Lay one screen panel flat and slide the round end of the rod through the rings starting at the handle side of the screen. Leave the last ring off the rod.

• Insert the rod through the hole in the bracket. Slip the last ring over the rod on the other side of the bracket.

• Fasten the flat end of the screen rod back in place us ing the screw removed earlier.

• Repeat for the other screen panel

Round end of Rod through rings, then into Screen Rod Clip

Top of Fireplace

Rod Screen

Clip

F. Grate

• Install the grate If a gas log set is not going to be installed.

• Position the rear grate bar in the Grate Retainer

• Position the top of the grate retainer over the rear grate bar and fasten in place with screw provided.

G. Glass Doors (optional)

• If installing the glass door kit, make sure the finished opening should be 38 x 42 inches (965 x 167 mm) to allow for door installation.

Inside

Firebox

E. Mortar (Optional)

The brick panels have been designed for installation without the use of mortar being necessary. If the look of mortar is preferred, it is available and can be installed.

Follow the directions on the container for mixing.

The mortar can be applied with a mortar bag or troweled on. Applying with mortar bag may be easiest and less messy. Clean sparingly as paint will rub off and may need to be touched up. Touch up paint is available as an accessory.

VERY IMPORTANT : Allow the mortar 72 hours to cure before operating the fireplace .

If Mortor is applied, it should be applied after finishing material is installed. Mortar will be applied between finishing materials and molded brick edges, bottom and sides.

The seam between finishing materials and firebox top must be sealed with non-combustible sealant.

The non-combustible finishing material across the top of fireplace opening will be even with lower edge of metal face.

Non-combustible finishing materials MUST overlap side faces by 1 1/4 in. (32 mm) to cover the edges of the panels. Finished opening should be 38 x 42 in. (965 x

1067 mm) to allow for door installation.

The surface of the finished hearth extension and the surface of the hearth panel should be level.

Figure 7.5 Facing Materials and Mortar

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8

Accessories

A. Gas Log/Lighter Provisions

A certified gas log lighter or decorative gas log set can be installed in this fireplace.

WARNING

Asphyxiation Risk

Gas fire generates fumes.

Vented Gas Logs

• Maximum input is 100,000 BTU/hr.

• Decorative gas appliance must be certified to ANSI Z21.60

“Standard for Decorative Gas Appliances for Installation in Vented Fireplaces”.

• Must be installed in accordance with the National Fuel

Gas Code, ANSI Z223.1.

• A log set must incorporate a gas shutoff.

• A locating dimple is on both sides of the hearth refractory.

Determine if a gas line is necessary and drill with a 1” in. masonry bit. Drill parallel with the back of the fireplace.

• We recommend you seal refractory around pipe with fireplace mortar or high temperature, noncombustible sealant.

• Repack insulation from the knockout around the pipe.

• Maintain 1-1/2 in. (38 mm) air space around the pipe for

4 in. (102 mm) beyond the fireplace.

• See Figure 8.1.

Firebox

Outer shell of fireplace

Maintain air clearance to combustibles.

Refractory

Seal with fireplace mortar or non-combustible sealant

Combustible materials

Gas line

Repack insulation knockout

Gas line

1 1/2 in. (38 mm) air space around pipe

Combustible materials may be located at zero clearance to gas line beyond 4 in. (102 mm) from fireplace side.

4 in.

(102 mm)

Figure 8.1 Gas Line Installation

WARNING

Fire Risk

• For use with solid wood fuel or decorative gas appliance only.

WARNING

Fire Risk

Explosion Risk

Inspect appliance and components for damage. Damaged parts may impair safe operation.

• Do NOT install damaged components.

• Do NOT install incomplete components.

• Do NOT install substitute components

Report damaged parts to dealer.

Unvented Gas Logs

I f an unvented gas appliance is installed in the fireplace, the gas appliance must only be operated with the fireplace glass door fully open (if included). Only unvented gas log sets which have been found to comply with the standard for unvented room heaters, ANSI

Z211.11.2, are to be installed in this fireplace. If an un vented gas appliance is installed it must incorporate an automatic shutoff device, and must be installed in accor dance with the National Fuel Gas Code Z223.1, Latest edition.

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9

Finishing

A. Non-combustible Materials

• Materials which will not ignite and burn, composed of any combination of the following:

- Steel

- Brick

- Iron

- Tile

- Concrete - Slate

- Glass - Plasters

• Materials reported as passing ASTM E 136, Standard

Test Method for Behavior of Metals, in a Vertical Tube

Furnace at 750° C

B. Combustible Materials

• Materials made of or surfaced with any of the following materials:

- Wood - Compressed paper

- Plant fibers - Plastic

• Any material that can ignite and burn; flame proofed or not, plastered or un-plastered

C. Hearth Extension

• You MUST use a hearth extension with this fireplace.

• This fireplace has been tested and approved for use with a hearth extension insulated to a minimum R value of 2.32.

• The hearth extension material MUST be covered with tile, stone or other non-combustible material.

• Manufactured hearth materials will usually have a published R value (resistance to heat) or k value

(conductivity of heat). Refer to the formula in Table 12.1 to convert a k value to an R value,

• Refer to Table 12.2 for hearth extension insulation alternatives.

These metal surfaces may be covered with non-combustible material.

WARNING! Risk of fire! High temperatures, sparks, em bers or other burning material falling from the fireplace may ignite flooring or concealed combustible surfaces.

• Metal hearth strips MUST be installed (Section 7.C.).

• Hearth extensions MUST be installed exactly as spec ified.

Table 12.1

R = 1/k x inches of thickness

12 in.

(305 mm)

42 in.

(1067 mm)

66 in.

(1676 mm)

12 in.

(305 mm)

Raised Platform

20 in. (508 mm) Minimum

Table 12.2

Material

Figure 9.1

Hearth Extension Insulation Alternatives-Total minimum R Value must equal 2.32

k per inch thick

R per inch thick Minimum thickness required

Hearth & Home HX3, HX4 (Micore 300™) 0.49

2.06

1 in. (25.4 mm)

USG Micore 160™

USG Durock™ Cement Board

Cement Mortar

Common Brick

Ceramic Tile

Armstrong™ Privacy Guard Plus

Marble

0.39

1.92

5.0

5.0

12.50

2.54

0.52

0.20

0.20

0.08

0.46

2.18

14.3 to 20.0

0.07 to 0.05

1 in.(25.4 mm)

4 in. (101.6 mm)

10 in. (254 mm)

10 in. (254 mm)

25-3/4 in. (654 mm)

1 in. (25.4 mm)

29-1/2 to 41 in. (749.3 to 1041.4 mm)

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D. Raised Hearth Extension Framing

The hearth framing must be constructed of non-combustible materials (Figure 9.2) and placed on 1/2 in. Durock and 1 in.

Micore (or equivalent material) (Figure 9.4). When creating the platform, allow for the thickness of the non-combustible finishing materials (Figure 9.5).

IMPORTANT! Hearth extension design must be determined before installation of fireplace.

Durock

1 in. Micore or equivalent insulation

(see Table)

Continuous, non-combustible sealant

Tile, stone or other non-combustible material

Floor constructed of wood or other combustible material

Protective

Metal Hearth

Strip

*

*

* 2 in. (51 mm)

Non-combustible

Framing Material 1 in. Micore or equivalent insulation

& 1/2 in. Durock

Figure 9.4 Raised Platform Hearth Extension-Framing Materials

Figure 9.2

Note: The bottom of the fireplace opening is 3-3/4 in.

(95.3mm) above the bottom of the fireplace. Finished hearth must NOT extend above this level.

20 in. Min.

Hearth Extension

Non-combustible

Finishing Material

1 in. Micore or equivalent insulation

& 1/2 in. Durock

Protective Metal

Hearth Strips

Non-combustible

Framing Material

Floor

Bottom of fireplace opening

Platform must be built to raise the bottom of the fireplace opening to the level of the desired hearth height.

Non-combustible

Finishing Materials

Figure 9.5 Raised Platform Hearth Extension-Finishing Materials

Hearths should slope away from the front of the fireplace and chase at 1/8 in. to 1/4 in. per foot. Spark strips must be on top of any combustible hearth materials used for moisture management.

Figure 9.3 Raised Platform Hearth Extension Detail

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E. Non-combustible Sealant

After completing the framing and applying the facing materials over the framing, a bead of 300° F minimum noncombustible sealant or mortar must be used to close off any gaps at the top and sides between the fireplace and hearth.

Non-combustible Sealant

Figure 9.6 Place Non-combustible Sealant

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F. Finishing Material

Refer to Sections 9.A. and Sections 9.B. for combustible/ non-combustible materials. Refer to Figure 9.8 for non-combustible zone if cooling air hoods are installed.

WARNING! Risk of Fire! You must maintain clearances.

• Use only non-combustible framing material below standoffs.

• Sheetrock, wood or other combustibles must NOT be used as sheathing or facing in the non-combustible zone.

• DO NOT cover metal fireplace front with combustible materials.

• Install combustible materials only to specified clearances on top front and side edges.

• Complete framing and apply drywall over framing.

• A bead of 300-deg F minimum non-combustible sealant must be used to close off any gaps at the top and sides between the fireplace and drywall to prevent cold air leaks.

• Large gaps can be bridged with fiberglass rope gasket.

• Only non-combustible materials may be used to cover the metal fireplace front.

WARNING! Risk of Fire! Use only non combustible material when cooling hoods are not installed.

These metal surfaces must be covered with non-combustible material.

300° silicone sealant around edge of fireplace and drywall.

Figure 9.7 Non-combustible Facing

Note: We recommend mortar be applied after facing materials are installed. Refer to Sec tion 7.E

Finished combustible wall

2 x 4 stud wall

2 x 4 header, flush with front of stand-offs

Non-Combustible material

Non-combustible decorative facing

(up to full brick depth)

Note:

If Lintel Bar is used make sure it does not cover combustible material.

Continuous, non-combustible sealant

Tile, stone or other non-combustible material

Hearth

Refractory

Bottom of fireplace opening and finished hearth may be the same height

1 in. Micore or equivilent insulation &

1/2 in. Durock

Metal strips are placed 2 in. (51 mm) under the front of the fireplace and must extend beyond the front and sides of fireplace opening by 2 in. (51 mm)

Floor constructed of wood or other combustible material

Figure 9.8 Decorative Facing

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G. Mantel

• Refer to the shaded areas of Figure 9.9 for the location and dimensions of a combustible mantel.

• A combustible mantel may be positioned no lower than 22 in. (508 mm) above the top of the fireplace opening.

• A combustible mantel may have a maximum depth of 12 in. (305 mm).

• Combustible trim and materials cannot be placed within 6 in. (152mm) of the fireplace opening (top or sides).

• Combustible materials projecting more than 1 1/2 in. (38 mm) shall not be placed within 12 in. (305 mm) from the top of the fireplace opening.

• Combustible trim must not cover the metal surfaces of the fireplace.

• Mantel clearance is in accordance with Section 7-3.3.3 of ANSI/NFPA211 .

WARNING! Risk of Fire!

• You must seal around the finishing material to fireplace.

Combustible Wall

2 x 4 stud wall

Standoffs

Combustible

Decorative Facing 7 ft (2134 mm) minimum base of fireplace to ceiling

Grid represents

1 in. squares

Metal support to stablize wall and mantel

12 in./305 mm

Mantel

22 in./559 mm minimum

Non-combustible

Decorative Facing such as:

Steel, iron, brick, tile, concrete, slate, glass, plasters.

12 in./305 mm minimum

6 in./152 mm minimum

1 1/2 in./

38 mm maximum

Measured from top of fireplace opening

WARNING:

Seal joint with non-combustible sealant to prevent heat from being drawn into the wall cavity.

Figure 9.9 Clearance to Mantel or other combustibles above fireplace

Non-Combustible Wall Combustible

Decorative Facing 7 ft (2134 mm) minimum base of fireplace to ceiling

Metal stud wall above the fireplace up to ceiling (7 ft. min.)

Standoffs

12 in.

(305 mm)

Deep

Mantel

Metal support to stablize wall and mantel

12 in./305 mm

Non-Combustible

Decorative Facing to top of standoffs

Non-combustible mantel may be positioned anywhere within the shaded area.

22 in./559 mm minimum

12 in./305 mm minimum

Non-Combustible

Decorative Facing such as:

Steel, iron, brick, tile, concrete, slate, glass, plasters.

Measured from top of fireplace opening

Seal joint with non-combustible sealant to prevent heat from being drawn into the wall cavity.

Figure 9.10 Mantel Specifications - Non-Combustible

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Operating Instructions

WARNING

Fire Risk

• Do not operate fireplace before reading and understanding operating instructions.

Failure to operate fireplace properly may cause fire.

A. General Information

Fireplaces, as well as other woodburning appliances, have been used safely for many years. It has been our experience that most problems are caused by improper installation and operation of the fireplace. Make certain that installation and operation of the fireplace system is in accordance with these instructions.

It is extremely important that the fire be supervised when ever the fireplace is in use. It is also recommended that an annual inspection be performed on the fireplace system to determine if the flue system needs to be cleaned, or as in the case of any appliance, if minor repairs are required to maintain the system in top operating condition.

B. Grate

The factory installed integral grate must be used to hold the logs from falling out of an open fireplace and to allow air to pass between the burning logs. It is important to keep the fire off the hearth and to allow the ashes to collect beneath the fire, thereby forming a layer of additional heat protection.

WARNING

Fire Risk

• Use only factory installed integral grate.

May cause overfire.

WARNING

HOT SURFACES!

Glass and other surfaces are hot during operation and cool down.

Hot glass will cause burns.

• Do not touch glass until it is cooled

• NEVER allow children to touch glass

• Keep children away

• CAREFULLY SUPERVISE children in same room as appliance.

• Alert children and adults to hazards of high temperatures.

High temperatures may ignite clothing or other flammable materials.

• Keep clothing, furniture, draperies and other combustibles away.

WARNING

Fire Risk

• For use with solid wood fuel or decorative gas appliance only.

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C. Clear Space Near the Fireplace

Combustible materials must not be stored on the hearth extension. Outdoor room furnishings such as chairs or other combustibles must be at least 4 ft (1.22 m) from the open front of the fireplace.

D. Firescreen

A firescreen is always provided to control sparks. It must be closed whenever the fireplace is in use. Glass doors or fire screens must not be used to hold burning material inside the fireplace. Only those glass doors specifically tested and list ed for use with the specific fireplace model should be used.

Screens should be closed when the glass doors are closed.

THERE IS NOT A FLUE DAMPER, THEREFORE UNIT

CANNOT BE INSTALLED INDOORS.

WARNING

Fire Risk

• Close firescreen when burning fireplace.

• Do not use firescreen or glass doors to hold burning material in fireplace.

Firescreen controls sparks.

Glass may break or burning material may roll out.

E. Glass Doors

Most efficient fireplace operation using glass doors is with the doors open. When the doors are open the screen must be closed. Only Hearth & Home Technologies glass doors may be used. See Figure 10.1 for proper glass door operation.

FULLY OPEN

CORRECT

PARTLY OPEN

INCORRECT

FULLY CLOSED

CORRECT

PARTLY CLOSED

INCORRECT

Figure 10.1 Proper Operating Positions of Bi-fold Doors

WARNING

Fire Risk

Smoke Risk

• Doors must be fully opened or fully closed when operating fireplace.

Partially opened doors may draw flame, smoke or heat from fireplace.

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F. Wood Fuel

Firewood

Your fireplace performance depends on the quality of the firewood you use. All seasoned wood, regardless of spe cies, contains about 8,000 BTU’s per pound, and hard woods have a greater density than soft woods. A piece of hardwood will contain about 60% more BTU’s than an equal size piece of soft wood. Firewood is commonly sold by the cord (128 cu. ft.). A cord of seasoned oak

(hardwood) would contain about 60% more potential energy than a cord of seasoned pine (soft wood).

Examples of soft wood trees are Douglas fir, pine, spruce, and cedar, poplar, aspen and alder. Soft woods require less time to dry, burn faster and are easier to ignite than hardwoods.

Examples of hardwood trees are oak, maple, apple, and birch. Hardwoods require more time to season, burn slower and are usually harder to ignite than soft woods.

The best wood fuel is a combination of soft wood and hardwood. Start the fire with soft wood; the fire will give off quick heat to bring the fireplace up to operating tem perature, and then the hardwood can be added for slow, even heat and longer burn time.

Moisture

Regardless of which species of wood you burn, the single most important factor that effects the way your fireplace operates is the amount of moisture in the wood. The ma jority of the problems fireplace owners experience are caused by trying to burn wet, unseasoned wood.

Freshly cut wood can be as much water as it is wood, having a moisture content of around 50%. Imagine a wooden bucket that weighs about eight pounds. Fill it with a gallon of water, put it in the fireplace and try to burn it. This sounds ridiculous but that is exactly what you are doing if you burn unseasoned wood.

Seasoning

Seasoned firewood is nothing more than wood that is cut to size, split and air dried to a moisture content of around 20%. The time it takes to season wood varies from around nine months for soft woods to as long as eighteen months for hardwoods. The key to seasoning wood is to be sure it has been split, exposing the wet interior and increasing the surface area of each piece. A tree that was cut down a year ago and not split is likely to have almost as high a moisture content now as it did when it was cut.

The following guideline will ensure properly seasoned wood:

• Stack the wood to allow air to circulate freely around and through the woodpile.

• Elevate the woodpile off the ground to allow air circulation underneath.

• The smaller the pieces, the faster the drying process.

Any piece over 6 in. (152 mm) in diameter should be split.

• Cover the top of the woodpile for protection from rain and snow. Avoid covering the sides and ends completely. Doing so may trap moisture from the ground and impede air circulation.

The problems with burning wet, unseasoned wood are twofold: First, you will receive less heat output from wet wood because it requires energy in the form of heat to evaporate the water trapped inside. This is wasted ener gy that should be used for heating your home. Secondly, this moisture evaporates in the form of steam which has a cooling effect in your fireplace and chimney system.

When combined with tar and other organic vapors from burning wood it will form creosote which condenses in the relatively cool fireplace and chimney.

WARNING

Fire Risk

• Do NOT burn wet or green wood.

• Store wood in dry location.

• Stack wood so both ends are exposed to air.

Wet, unseasoned wood can cause accumulation of creosote.

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WARNING

Fire Risk

Do NOT store wood:

• Closer than required clearances to combustibles to fireplace.

• Within space required for loading or ash removal.

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G. Starting a Fire

Place crumpled or twisted paper under the fireplace grate.

Loosely arrange kindling or small pieces of wood to form a layer above the paper.

The fires must be built on the fireplace grate, without danger of the burning fuel falling out of the fireplace opening.

Light the paper and add small pieces of wood until a hot bed of embers has been established.

After establishing the fire bed, and the small firewood is burning briskly, add a minimum of three average sized pieces of split firewood, place the wood in such a manner to al low combustion air and flames between them.

Note: When first lighting your fireplace, it may be necessary to pre-warm the flue to establish a draft. This is done by holding a rolled up piece of burning newspaper under the flue for a few moments. This will help reduce smoke spillage during start-up.

Note: The first three or four fires should be of moderate size to allow the oils and binders to be burned from the fireplace and the refractory and paint to cure. You may notice an industrial odor the first few fires. This is considered normal.

CAUTION

Odors and vapors released during initial operation.

• Curing of high temperature paint.

• Open windows for air circulation.

Odors may be irritating to sensitive individuals.

WARNING

Fire Risk

Keep combustible materials, gasoline and other flammable vapors and liquids clear of fireplace.

• Do NOT store flammable materials close to the fireplace.

• Do NOT use gasoline, lantern fuel, kerosene, charcoal lighter fluid or similar liquids to start or “freshen up” a fire in this fireplace.

• Keep all such liquids well away from the fireplace while it is in use.

Combustible materials may ignite.

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Troubleshooting

A. Diagnostics and Problem Solving

I can’t get a good fire going. What am I doing wrong?

Diagnostic Questions

Is the damper open?

Possible Causes of Condition

• No draft

Is there enough paper/starter?

• Insufficient heat to ignite kindling

Is there enough kindling?

Is the kindling dry?

• Insufficient heat to ignite fuel

Is there enough or too much wood? Is it too large? Is it dry enough?

Are there adequate air spaces between fuel pieces?

Is the chimney pre-warmed?

• Insufficient heat to establish draft

• Insufficient air passage

• Insufficient surface area

• Ignition temperature high due to moisture

• Insufficient combustion air and exposed surface area

• Exposed, cold chimney down drafting

Solutions

Open damper.

Use more paper/starter.

Use more dry kindling.

Use small split wood that is well seasoned (split, covered on top at least 6 months, preferably a year).

Arrange kindling and wood for air movement.

Does the kindling, wood not ignite?

• Condition, amount, arrangement of kindling and fuel

Does the kindling ignite, but the fuel doesn’t?

• Amount of kindling

• Condition of fuel

Does the fuel ignite, but not burn well?

• Condition of fuel

• Draft problem

Use lighted rolled newspaper at throat or flue opening to start upward movement.

Use more, drier, well-spaced kindling and fuel.

Use more kindling; use smaller, dry wood.

Use well-seasoned wood and sufficient amount; turn exhaust fans off; open window slightly. Perform Simplified

House Pressure Test.

I don’t get enough/any heat from the fireplace. What can I do about it?

Diagnostic Questions Possible Causes of Condition

How much wood is used for fire?

• Insufficient fuel

Solutions

Make larger fires.

How well seasoned is the wood? • Condition of fuel

How much heat output do you expect?

• Unrealistic expectations

Burn seasoned wood: covered on top, split and stacked for

9 months to 2 years.

Explanation of decorative nature of fireplace; suggestion of approved fireplace insert.

The fireplace burns the wood too fast. What can I do?

Diagnostic Questions Possible Causes of Condition

Do you have glass doors?

• Need to slow air intake

What is the condition of the wood?

• Extremely dry wood

Solutions

Add glass doors.

Mix in less seasoned wood after fire established.

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Maintenance and Servicing the Fireplace

A. Disposal of Ashes

Ashes should be placed in a metal container with a tightfitting lid. The closed container of ashes should be placed on a noncombustible floor or on the ground, well away from all combustible materials, pending final disposal. If the ash es are disposed of by burial in soil or otherwise locally dispersed, they should be retained in the closed container until all embers have thoroughly cooled.

B. Chimney Inspection/Cleaning

Inspect the chimney internally for obstructions and construction damage. Flue pipe joints and seams must be continuous and mechanically tight.

The chimney should be inspected once every two months during the heating season.

If creosote has accumulated, it should be removed to reduce the risk of a chimney fire.

WARNING

Refer to Figure 12.1 to remove/reinstall termination caps.

Fire Risk

Disposal of ashes

• Ashes should be placed in metal container with tight fitting lid.

• Do not place metal container on combustible surface.

• Ashes should be retained in closed container until all embers have thoroughly cooled.

C. Firebox Refractory

Check firebox refractory for excessive cracks or gaps. If cracks exceed 1/4 in. (6 mm) in width the refractory should be replaced. See Section 12 for replacement information.

WARNING

WARNING

Fire Risk

• Inspect fireplace refractory annually.

Crumbling, deteriorated refractory can allow overheating of surrounding materials.

Fire Risk

Prevent creosote buildup

• Inspect chimney once every two months during heating season.

• Remove creosote to reduce risk of chimney fire.

• Ignited creosote is extremely HOT.

Note: As you use the fireplace, expansion and contraction will cause minor cracking of the refractory. This is normal, unavoidable, and will not affect the performance of the fireplace. If the cracks become large enough that the metal behind the refractory is exposed or large pieces fall out, the panels should be replaced.

1. REMOVE (8) SCREWS

2. LIFT TOP

Remove screws, lift top cover.

Top Cover

Cap

Chimney

Cap

Remove 4 screws and lift top pan off.

Remove 2 screws from the front and back and lift the top off.

TOP

SCREW

TR11/TR11T

TR444/TR442

Round Termination Cap

Slip

Section

ST1175

ST475

Square Termination Cap

TCT1175

Terra Cotta

Termination Cap

Available US only

DT SERIES

Figure 12.1 Chimney cleaning

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SCREW

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CAUTION

Handle glass assembly with care.

When cleaning glass door:

• Avoid striking, scratching or slamming glass.

• Do NOT use abrasive cleaners.

• Use a hard water deposit glass cleaner on white film.

• Do NOT clean glass when it is hot.

WARNING

Fire Risk

• Do not use chimney cleaners or flame colorants in your fireplace.

Will corrode chimney.

WARNING

Asphyxiation Risk

Fire Risk

Annual inspection by qualified technician recommended.

Check:

• Condition of doors, surrounds and fronts

• Condition of glass and glass assembly

• Obstructions of combustion and ventilation air

• Gas connections and fittings (if present)

• Obstructions of termination cap

• Refractory panels

Clean:

• Glass

• Air passageways, grilles

D. Maintenance Task List

Inspect

Screens

Maintenance Tasks

1 Assess condition of screen and replace as necessary. Screens are required.

Glass Doors

2 Verify maintenance of proper clearance to combustible household objects.

1 Inspect glass panels for cracks. Replace if this condition is present.

2 Confirm there is no damage to glass or glass frame. Replace as necessary.

3 Clean glass using a non-abrasive cleaner such as Brasso©.

Circulation Compartment 1 Remove any foreign objects.

Firebox

Chimney

2 Verify unobstructed air circulation.

1 Inspect condition of refractory. Replace if crumbly, deteriorated, or if cracks exceed 1/4 in. (6 mm).

1 Inspect for blockage or obstruction such as bird nests, leaves, etc.

2 Confirm that termination cap remains clear and unobstructed by plants, etc.

Grate

3 Verify that termination cap clearance to subsequent construction (building additions) has been maintained.

4 Inspect for corrosion or separation.

5 Verify weather stripping, sealing and flashing remain intact.

6 Inspect for creosote and remove as needed. (See Sections 10 and 11)

1 If grate burns out, it should be replaced only with the grate specified on the rating plate and in the replacement parts list for this fireplace.

E. Chimney Fire

In the event of a chimney fire:

• Have the chimney and adjacent structure inspected by qualified professionals. Hearth & Home Technologies recommends that NFI or CSIA certified professionals, or technicians under the direction of certified professionals, conduct a minimum of an NFPA 211 Level 2 inspection of the chimney.

• Replace components of the chimney and fireplace as specified by the professionals.

• Ensure all joints are properly engaged and the chimney is properly secured.

A chimney fire can permanently damage your chimney sys tem. Failure to replace damaged components and make proper repairs creates risk of fire.

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Reference Materials

A. Appliance Dimensions/Weight

Appliance Weight Table

Model

Castlewood-42

Pounds

340

Transition included with unit

5 1/2

(138)

60

[1525]

74-1/8

[1883]

97 1/2in.

2477 mm

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B. Optional Components

ODGF42-BZ Glass Doors (optional)

See your Hearth & Home dealer for a complete list of optional components.

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C. Chimney Components

The following pictures show only those chimney components which may be safely used with this fireplace.

A Catalog #

US CAN Description

CAK8A CAK8A Chimney Air Kit n/a

ID4

UD4

SL1106

SL1112

SL1118

SL1136

SL1148

SL11

SLA10

ID4

UD4

SL406

SL412

SL418

SL436

SL448

SL4

Adapter 11 in. (457mm) long

Insulated Duct/Outside Air

Uninsulated Duct/Outside Air

Chimney Section - 6 in. (152 mm) long

Chimney Section - 12 in. (305 mm) long

Chimney Section - 18 in. (457 mm) long

Chimney Section - 36 in. (914 mm) long

Chimney Section - 48 in. (1219 mm) long

Chimney Stabilizer

SL1130

FS538

FS540

AS10

JB577

CB576

RF570

RF571

TR11

TR11T

CAS10 Attic Shield Kit

SL430

FS538

FS540

Chimney Offset/Return - 30 deg

Ceiling Firestop - Straight

AS10

JB577

Ceiling Firestop - 30 deg

Straight Attic Insulation Shield, 24 in. (610 mm)

Chimney Joint Band

CB576 Chimney Bracket

RF570 Roof Flashing - Flat to 6/12 Pitch

RF571

TR444

TR442

Roof Flashing - 6/12 to 12/12 Pitch

Round Termination Cap

Round Telescoping Termination Cap

TCT1175

ST1175 ST475

Terra Cotta Termination Cap

Square Termination Cap

DTO134 DTO134 Short Octagon Decorative Cap

DTO146 DTO146 Tall Octagon Decorative Cap

DTS134 DTS134 Short Square Decorative Cap

DTS146 DTS146 Tall Square Decorative Cap

CT56 CT56 Chase Top

LDS33

LDS46

LDS33 Decorative Shroud - 3 ft x 3 ft (.91 m x .91 m)

LDS46

Decorative Shroud - 4 ft x 6 ft (1.22 m x 1.83 m)

LDS-BV

CT-11A

LDS-BV n/a

Decorative Shroud - 26 in. x 26 in.

(660 mm x 660 mm)

Field Constructed Shrouds (See

“Woodburning Termination Cap”)

Adapter-May be used with the following Copper

Caps n/a n/a

CT-Series

DT-Series

11 in.

(279 mm)

Catalog #

SL1106

SL1112

SL1118

SL1136

SL1148

18

36

48 in

6

12

A B mm

152

305 in

4-3/4

10-3/4 mm

121

273

457 16-3/4 425

914 34-3/4 883

1219 46-3/4 1187

A = Actual Length

B = Effective Length (length of chimney part after it has been snapped to another)

20-3/4 in.

(527 mm)

Outside Diameter

13 in.

(330 mm)

SL11 Vent Stabilizer

Attic Shield Kit

B

Chimney Sections

Inside

Diameter

11 in.

(279 mm)

13 in.

(330 mm)

Storm Collar

Attic Collar

Attic Spacer

`

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C. Chimney Components Continued

The following pictures show only those chimney components which may be safely used with this fireplace.

Inside

Diameter

11 in.

(279 mm)

A

21 in.

(533 mm)

Outside

Diameter

13 in.

(330 mm)

SL1130 Offset/Return

B

Catalog #

FS538

FS540

17 in. (432 mm)

13 in.

(330 mm) 2 in.

(51 mm)

A

0-deg.

30-deg.

17 in.

26 in.

B

432 mm

660 mm

JB577 Chimney Joint Band

13 in.

(330 mm)

CB576 Chimney Joint Band

TR11 - Round Termination Cap

TR11T - Round Telescoping Termination Cap

ST1175 - Square Termination Cap

TCT1175 - Terra Cotta Cap

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D. Termination caps

TR11 - Round Termination Cap

15-3/4 in.

(400 mm)

TR-TVK

31-3/4 in.

(806 mm)

34-5/8 in.

(879 mm)

10 3/4 in.

TR11-TV - Round Termination Cap

32-3/8 in.

(822 mm)

34-3/8 in .

(873 mm)

26 in.

CT11-A Adapter

B B

TR11T - Round Telescoping Termination Cap

Flange

Termination Cap

Place waterproof caulk or sealer under each flange of the termination cap and on top of each screw to help prevent leaks.

The last section of pipe must stop between 2 in. (51 mm) above the top of the chase and 4 3/4 in. (121 mm) below the top of the chase.

Collar

2 in. (51 mm)

Minimum Height

Chase Top

A

A

2 in. (51 mm) maximum

4 3/4 in. (121 mm) maximum

Chase

Chimney

Pipe

ST1175 - Square Termination Cap

C C

DTS134/DTS146 DTO134/DTO146 Decorative Caps

20 in.

(508 mm)

17 in.

(432 mm)

10-1/4 in.

(260 mm)

TCT1175 - Terra Cotta Cap

9-3/8 in.

(238 mm)

DTO134 in mm

DTO146 in mm

DTS134 in mm

DTS146 in mm

A

34

864

46

1168

34

864

46

1168

B

20

508

22.7

576

21.18

538

21.18

538

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24

610

26

660

24

610

26

660

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E. Service Parts List

Service Parts

42 in. Woodburning Fireplace

ODCASTLEWD-42

Beginning Manufacturing Date: July 2010

Ending Manufacturing Date: Active

1

2

3

Traditional Molded Brick Panel

8

12

9

11

10

5 7

4

6

7

Herringbone Molded Brick Panel

13

12

14

11

15

7

40

Part numbers on following page.

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Service Parts

ODCASTLEWD-42

Beginning Manufacturing Date: July 2010

Ending Manufacturing Date: Active

IMPORTANT: THIS IS DATED INFORMATION. Parts must be ordered from a dealer or distributor.

Hearth and Home Technologies does not sell directly to consumers.

Provide model number and serial number when requesting service parts from your dealer or distributor.

COMMENTS ITEM

1

2

3

4

DESCRIPTION

Transition Assembly

Outer Transiton Assembly

Inner Transiton Collar

Nailing Flange

Starter Collar

Grate Assembly

5

6

7

Grate Retainer

Screen Rod

Screen Rod Clips

Firescreen Assembly

Smoke shield

Hearth Molded Brick Panel

Hearth Shims

Top

Bottom

Qty 2 req

Qty 2 req

Qty 2 req

Pkg of 10

Traditional Molded Brick Panel

8

9

10

11

12

Left Panel

Rear Panel

Right Panel

Side Refractory Retainer

Rear Refractory Retainer

Qty 2 req

Herringbone Molded Brick Panel

Qty 2 req 11

12

13

14

15

Side Refractory Retainer

Rear Refractory Retainer

Left Panel

Rear Panel

Right Panel

Mortor

Outside Air Hood

Refractory Fastener Pack

10 lb. Bucket

Qty 2 req

8 #8 Screws

PART NUBMER

4059-044

24377

4059-148

31190

4059-137

GR29

4070-123

4070-115

4070-301

SRV4059-111

4070-015

SRV4070-251

SRV4070-130

4070-124/10

SRV4070-131

SRV4070-133

SRV4070-132

4070-108

4070-106

4070-108

4070-106

SRV4070-134

SRV4070-136

SRV4070-135

MMMORTR

4070-019

4025-026

Stocked at Depot

Y

Y

Y

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F. Warranty

Outdoor Lifestyles by Hearth & Home T echnologies™

Limited Lifetime Warranty

Hearth & Home T echnologies (“HHT”) extends the following warranty for all Outdoor Lifestyles by HHT™ brand products (“Products”) that are purchased from an HHT authorized dealer.

WARRANTY COVERAGE:

HH T warrants to the original owner of the Product at the site of installation, and to any transferee taking ownership of the Product at the site of installation within one year following the date of original purchase, that the Product will be free from defects in materials and workmanship at the time of manufacture. After installation, if covered components manufactured by HHT are found to be defective in materials or workmanship during the applicable warranty period, HHT will, at its option, repair or replace the covered components. This warranty is subject to conditions, exclusions and limitations as described below.

WARRANTY PERIOD:

The warranty period begins on the earlier of: (i) the date of invoice for the Product;

(ii) in the case of new home construction, the date of first occupancy of the residence or six months after the date of sale of the Product by an HHT authorized dealer, whichever occurs first; or (iii) the date 24 months following the date of Product shipment from HH T , regardless of the invoice or occupancy date.

WARRANTY CONDITIONS:

• The Limited Lifetime Warranty covers Products that are purchased through a HHT authorized dealer or distributor. A list of HHT authorized dealers is available on the HHT branded websites.

• This warranty is only valid while the Product remains at the site of original installation.

• Contact your installing dealer for warranty service. If the installing dealer is unable to provide necessary parts, contact the nearest HHT authorized dealer. Additional service fees may apply if you are seeking warranty service from a dealer other than the dealer from whom you originally purchased the Product.

• Check with your dealer in advance for any costs to you when arranging a warranty call. Travel and shipping charges for parts are not covered by this warranty.

• The Product body, metal firebox a nd heat exchanger carry the Limited Lifetime Warranty from the date of installation.

• The following components do not carry the Limited Lifetime Warranty but are warranted as follows: o One Year from Date of Installation:

▪ Gas and Electrical Components or Gaskets

▪ Nickel Plated Materials

• Excludes tarnishing

▪ Glass Breakage, Logs/Refractory/Glass Panels due to thermal breakage

• Surface, hairline cracks, scratches and slight color changes are not covered

▪ Venting, optional accessories, optional glass doors

▪ Labor Associated with Warranty Service Work

WARRANTY EXCLUSIONS:

This warranty does not cover the following:

• Changes in surface finishes as a result of normal use. As a heating appliance, some changes in color of interior and exterior surface finishes may occur; this is not a flaw and not covered under warranty.

• Damage to printed, plated, or enameled surfaces caused by fingerprints, accidents, misuse, scratches, melted items, or other external sources and residues left on surfaces from the use of abrasive cleaners or polishes.

• Repair or replacement of parts that are subject to normal wear and tear during the warranty period. These parts include: paint, firebricks, grates, flame guides and the discoloration of glass.

• Minor expansion, contraction, or movement of certain parts causing noise. These conditions are normal and complaints related to this noise are not covered by this warranty.

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Warranty (continued)

• Damages resulting from: (1) failure to install, operate, or maintain the Product in accordance with the installation instructions, operating instructions, and listing agent identification label furnished with the Product; (2) failure to install the Product in accordance with local building codes; (3) shipping or improper handling; (4) improper operation, abuse, misuse, continued operation with damaged, corroded or failed components, accident, or incorrectly performed repairs; (5) inad- equate ventilation, negative pressure or environmental conditions, including, without limitation: hail, snow, ice, fallen branches, flooding, water damage and fading of color; (6) use of fuels other than those specified in the operating instructions; (7) installation or use of components not supplied with the Product or any other components not expressly authorized and approved by

HH T; (8) modification of the Product not expressly authorized and approved by HHT in writing; and/or (9) interruptions or fluctuations of electrical power supply to the Product.

• NonHHT venting components, hearth components or other accessories used in conjunction with the Product.

• Any part of a pre-existing fireplace system in which an insert or a decorative gas appliance is installed.

• The Product ’ s capability to heat the desired space. Information is provided to assist the consumer and the dealer in selecting the proper appliance for the application. Consideration must be given to the Product ’ s location and configuration and environmental conditions.

This warranty is void if:

• The Product has been over -fired or operated in atmospheres contaminated by chlorine, fluorine, or other damaging chemicals. Over-firing can be identified by, but not limited to, warped plates or tubes, rust colored cast iron, bubbling, cracking and discoloration of steel or enamel finishes and cracking or spalling of refractory or cementitious materials.

• The Product is subjected to prolonged periods of dampness, condensation, ice or sno w.

• There is any damage to the Product or othe r components due to water or weather damage which is the result of, but not limited to, improper chimney or venting installation.

LIMITATIONS OF LIABILITY:

Repair or replacement in accordance with the provisions of this warranty will be the owner ’ s exclusive remedy for and will constitute HHT ’ s sole obligation under this warranty, under any other warranty

(express or implied), or in contract, tort or otherwise; provided, however , that if HHT is unable to provide repair or replacement in an expedient and cost effective manner , HHT may discharge all such obligations by refunding the purchase price of the Product. No employee, agent, dealer, or other person is authorized to give any warranty on behalf of HH T . T O THE EXTENT ALLOWED BY LAW , HHT M AKES NO OTHER

W ARRANT Y, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING ANY W ARRANTY OF MERCHAN TABILITY OR

FITNESS FOR A PAR TICULAR PURPOSE. HHT WILL NOT BE LIABLE FOR ANY CONSEQUENTIAL

OR INCIDEN T AL DAMAGES ARISING OUT OF DEFECTS IN OR USE OF THE PRODUCTS. Some states do not allow exclusions or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so these limitations may not apply to you. This warranty gives you specific rights; you also may have other rights, which vary from state to state. The duration of any implied warranty is limited to the duration of the warranty period specified herein.

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G. Contact Information

Please contact your Outdoor Lifestyles dealer with any questions or concerns.

For the number of your nearest Outdoor Lifestyles dealer, please visit www.hearthnhome.com.

– NOTES –

CAUTION

DO NOT DISCARD THIS MANUAL

• Important operating a n d m a i n t e n a n c e instructions included.

• Read, understand and follow these instructions for safe i n s t a l l a t i o n a n d operation.

• Leave this manual with party responsible for use and operation.

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