703-900 Bravo, Aztec - Hearth & Home Technologies

703-900 Bravo, Aztec - Hearth & Home Technologies
Owner’s Manual
Installation and Operation
Models:
Aztec
Bravo
CAUTION
DO NOT DISCARD THIS MANUAL
•
Important operating
and maintenance
instructions included.
•
Read, understand and follow
these instructions for safe
installation and operation.
WARNING
If the information in these instructions is not followed exactly, a fire
or explosion may result causing property
damage, personal injury, or death.
• Do not store or use gasoline or other flammable vapors and liquids in the vicinity of
this or any other appliance.
• What to do if you smell gas
- Do not try to light any appliance
- Do not touch any electrical switch. Do not
use any phone in your building.
- Immediately call your gas supplier from a
neighbor’s phone. Follow the gas supplier’s instructions.
- If you cannot reach your gas supplier, call
the fire department.
• Installation and service must be performed
by a qualified installer, service agency, or the
gas supplier.
This appliance may be installed as an OEM installation in manufactured home (USA only) or mobile home and must be installed
in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions and the manufactured home construction and safety standard, Title 24 CFR,
Part 3280 or Standard for Installation in Mobile Homes, CAN/
CSA Z240MH.
This appliance is only for use with the type(s) of gas indicated
on the rating plate.
• Leave this manual with
party responsible for
use and operation.
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WARNING
HOT! DO NOT TOUCH.
SEVERE BURNS MAY RESULT.
CLOTHING IGNITION MAY RESULT.
Glass and other surfaces are hot during
operation and cool down.
• Keep children away.
• CAREFULLY SUPERVISE children in same room as
appliance.
• Alert children and adults to hazards of high temperatures.
• Do NOT operate with protective barriers open or
removed.
• Keep clothing, furniture, draperies and other
combustibles away.
This appliance has been supplied with an integral barrier
to prevent direct contact with the fixed glass panel. Do
NOT operate the appliance with the barrier removed.
Contact your dealer or Hearth & Home Technologies if the
barrier is not present or help is needed to properly install one.
In the Commonwealth of Massachusetts:
• installation must be performed by a licensed plumber
or gas fitter;
• a CO detector shall be installed in the room where the
appliance is installed.
Installation and service of this appliance should be
performed by qualified personnel. Hearth & Home
Technologies suggests NFI certified or factory-trained
professionals, or technicians supervised by an NFI certified professional.
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Read this manual before installing or operating this appliance.
Please retain this owner’s manual for future reference.
Congratulations
Congratulations on selecting a Hearth & Home
Technologies gas appliance —an elegant and clean
alternative to wood burning appliances. The Hearth &
Home Technologies gas appliance you have selected is
designed to provide the utmost in safety, reliability, and
efficiency.
This Owner’s Manual should be retained for future
reference. We suggest that you keep it with your other
important documents and product manuals.
As the owner of a new appliance, 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.
Your new Hearth & Home Technologies gas appliance will
give you years of durable use and trouble-free enjoyment.
Welcome to the Hearth & Home Technologies family of
appliance products!
Homeowner Reference Information
The information contained in this Owner’s Manual, unless
noted otherwise, applies to all models and gas control
systems.
We recommend that you record the following
pertinent information about your appliance.
Model Name: ___________________________________________ Date purchased/installed: __________________
Serial Number:__________________________________________ Location on appliance: ____________________
Dealership purchased from: _______________________________ Dealer Phone: __________________________
Notes: _______________________________________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________________________________________
Listing Label Information/Location
Type of Gas
The model information regarding your specific appliance can be found on
the rating plate usually located in the control area of the appliance.
Hearth & Home Technologies, Inc.
20802 Kensington Blvd. Lakeville, Mn 55044
Gas and Electric
Information
Model Number
Serial Number
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- Table of Contents -
Section 1:
Listing and Code Approvals
Section 9:
Gas Information
A. Fuel Conversions ...................................... 26
B. Gas Pressures .......................................... 26
C. Gas Connection ........................................ 26
Section 10:
Electrical Information
A. Recommendation for Wire ........................ 28
B. Connecting to the Appliance ..................... 28
C. Intellifire Ignition System Wiring................ 28
D. Wall Switch (Required) ............................. 28
E. Junction Box ............................................. 30
F. Wall Switch Installation for Fan ................. 30
Finishing
A. Mantel Projections .................................... 31 Í
B. Facing Material ......................................... 31
C. Finishing Styles......................................... 32 Í
A. Appliance Certification ................................... 4
B. Glass Specifications ...................................... 4
C. BTU Specifications ........................................ 4
D. High Altitude Installations .............................. 4
E. Non-Combustible Materials Specifications .... 4
F. Combustible Materials Specifications ............ 4
Section 2:
Getting Started
A. Design and Installation Considerations ......... 5
B. Tools and Supplies Needed ........................... 5
C. Inspect Appliance and Components .............. 5
Section 3:
Section 11:
Framing and Clearances
A. Selecting Appliance Location......................... 6
B. Constructing the Appliance Chase ................ 7
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C. Clearances .................................................... 7
Section 12:
Appliance Setup
A. Remove Shipping Materials ...................... 35 Í
B. Clean the Appliance .................................. 35 Í
C. Accessories .............................................. 35
D. Lava Rock, Ember Placement .................. 35
E. Positioning the Logs ................................. 36
F. Glass Assembly ........................................ 42
G. Air Shutter Setting..................................... 42
Section 13:
Operating Instructions
A. Before Lighting Appliance ......................... 43
B. Lighting Appliance..................................... 44
C. After Appliance is Lit ................................. 45
D. Frequently Asked Questions ..................... 45
Section 14:
Troubleshooting
A. Intellifire Ignition System ........................... 46
Section 15:
Maintaining and Servicing Appliance. .......... 48
Section 16:
Reference Materials
A. Appliance Dimension Diagram ................. 50 Í
B. Vent Components Diagrams ..................... 51
C. Service Parts ............................................ 54 Í
D. Bravo Warranty ......................................... 59
Aztec Warranty ......................................... 60
E. Contact Information .................................. 61
D. Mantel Projections ......................................... 8
Section 4:
Termination Locations
A. Vent Termination Minimum Clearances ......... 9
Section 5:
Vent Information and Diagrams
A. Vent Table Key..............................................11
B. Use of Elbows...............................................11
C. Measuring Standards ...................................11
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D. Vent Diagrams ............................................. 12
Section 6:
Vent Clearances and Framing
A. Pipe Clearances to Combustibles ............... 17
B. Wall Penetration Framing ............................ 17
C. Vertical Penetration Framing ....................... 18
Section 7:
Appliance Preparation
A. Securing and Leveling the Appliance .......... 19
Section 8:
Installing Vent Pipe
A. Assembly of Vent Sections .......................... 20
B. Disassembly of Vent Sections ..................... 22
C. Installing Heat Shield & Termination Cap ... 23
D. Installing Roof Flashing and Vertical
Termination Cap .......................................... 24
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A.
Listing and Code Approvals
Appliance Certification
C.
MODELS: Aztec, Bravo
BTU Specifications
Maximum
Input BTUH
Orifice
Size
(DMS)
US
(0-2000 FT)
23,000
42
CANADA
(2000-4500 FT)
20,700
43
US
(0-2000 FT)
23,000
53
CANADA
(2000-4500 FT)
20,700
54
Models
(U.S. or Canada)
LABORATORY: Underwriters Laboratories, Inc. (UL)
TYPE:
Direct Vent Gas Appliance Heater
Aztec, Bravo (NG)
STANDARD: ANSI Z21.88-2000•CSA2.33-M2000•UL307B
This product is listed to ANSI standards for “Vented Gas
Appliance Heaters” and applicable sections of “Gas Burning Heating Appliances for Manufactured Homes and
Recreational Vehicles”, and “Gas Fired Appliances for Use
at High Altitudes”.
NOT INTENDED FOR USE AS A PRIMARY HEAT SOURCE.
This appliance is tested and approved as either supplemental
room heat or as a decorative appliance. It should not be factored as primary heat in residential heating calculations.
These models may be installed in a bedroom or bed-sitting
room in the USA and Canada.
B.
Glass Specifications
Hearth & Home Technologies appliances manufactured with
tempered glass may be installed in hazardous locations
such as bathtub enclosures as defined by the Consumer
Product Safety Commission (CPSC). The tempered glass
has been tested and certified to the requirements of ANSI
Z97.1 and CPSC 16 CFR 1202 (Safety Glazing Certification
Council SGCC# 1595 and 1597. Architectural Testing, Inc.
Reports 02-31919.01 and 02-31917.01).
This statement is in compliance with CPSC 16 CFR
Section 1201.5 “Certification and labeling requirements”
which refers to 15 U.S. Code (USC) 2063 stating “…Such
certificate shall accompany the product or shall otherwise
be furnished to any distributor or retailer to whom the
product is delivered.”
Some local building codes require the use of tempered
glass with permanent marking in such locations. Glass
meeting this requirement is available from the factory.
Please contact your dealer or distributor to order.
NOTE: This installation must conform with local codes. In the
absence of local codes you must comply with the National
Fuel Gas Code, ANSI Z223.1-latest edition in the U.S.A.
and the CAN/CGA B149 Installation Codes in Canada.
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Aztec, Bravo (LP)
D.
High Altitude Installations
U.L. Listed gas appliances are tested and approved without
requiring changes for elevations from 0 to 2000 feet in the
U.S.A. and Canada.
When installing this appliance at an elevation above 2000
feet, it may be necessary to decrease the input rating by
changing the existing burner orifice to a smaller size. Input
rate should be reduced by 4% for each 1000 feet above
a 2000 foot elevation in the U.S.A., or 10% for elevations
between 2000 and 4500 feet in Canada. If the heating
value of the gas has been reduced, these rules do not
apply. To identify the proper orifice size, check with the
local gas utility.
If installing this appliance at an elevation above 4500 feet
(in Canada), check with local authorities.
WARNING
Do NOT use this appliance if any part has been under water.
Immediately call a qualified service technician to inspect
the appliance and to replace any part of the control system
and any gas control which has been under water.
E. Non-Combustible Materials Specification
Material which will not ignite and burn. Such materials are
those consisting entirely of steel, iron, brick, tile, concrete,
slate, glass or plasters, or any combination thereof.
Materials that are reported as passing ASTM E 136,
Standard Test Method for Behavior of Materials in a
Vertical Tube Furnace at 750oC, shall be considered
non-combustible materials.
F. Combustible Materials Specification
Materials made of or surfaced with wood, compressed
paper, plant fibers, plastics, or other material that can
ignite and burn, whether flame proofed or not, or whether
plastered or unplastered shall be considered combustible
materials.
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Getting Started
A. Design and Installation Considerations
C.
Inspect Appliance and Components
Hearth & Home Technologies direct vent gas appliances
are designed to operate with all combustion air siphoned
from outside of the building and all exhaust gases expelled to the outside. No additional outside air source is
required.
WARNING
Check building codes prior to installation.
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.
• Installation MUST comply with local, regional, state
and national codes and regulations.
Report damaged parts to dealer.
CAUTION
• Consult local building, fire officials or authorities
having jurisdiction about restrictions, installation
inspection, and permits.
When planning an appliance installation, it’s necessary to
determine the following information before installing:
• Where the appliance is to be installed.
• Carefully remove the appliance and components from
the packaging.
• The vent system components and trim doors are shipped
in separate packages.
• The gas logs may be packaged separately and must
be field installed.
• The vent system configuration to be used.
• Report to your dealer any parts damaged in shipment,
particularly the condition of the glass.
• Gas supply piping.
• Electrical wiring.
• Framing and finishing details.
• Whether optional accessories—devices such as a fan,
wall switch, or remote control—are desired.
• Read all of the instructions before starting the installation. Follow these instructions carefully during the installation to ensure maximum safety and
benefit.
WARNING
WARNING
Keep appliance dry.
• Mold or rust may cause odors.
• Water may damage controls.
B. Tools and Supplies Needed
Before beginning the installation be sure that the following
tools and building supplies are available.
Hearth & Home Technologies disclaims any
responsibility for, and the warranty will be
voided by, the following actions:
• Installation and use of any damaged
appliance or vent system component.
• Modification of the appliance or vent system.
• Installation other than as instructed by Hearth & Home
Technologies.
• Improper positioning of the gas logs or the glass door.
Reciprocating saw
Framing material
Pliers
Hi temp caulking material
• Installation and/or use of any component part not
approved by Hearth & Home Technologies.
Hammer
Gloves
Any such action may cause a fire hazard.
Phillips screwdriver
Framing square
Flat blade screwdriver
Electric drill and bits (1/4 in.)
Plumb line
Safety glasses
Level
1/2 - 3/4 inch length, #6 or #8 Self-drilling screws
Manometer
Voltmeter
Tape measure
Noncorrosive leak check solution
One 1/4 inch female connection (for optional fan).
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Framing and Clearances
NOTE:
• Illustrations reflect typical installations and are FOR
DESIGN PURPOSES ONLY.
• Illustrations/diagrams are not drawn to scale.
• Actual installation may vary due to individual design
preference.
WARNING
Fire Risk
Provide adequate clearance:
• Around air openings
• To combustibles
• For service access
Locate appliance away from traffic areas.
A. Selecting Appliance Location
When selecting a location for your appliance it is important to
consider the required clearances to walls (see Figure 3.1).
NOTE: For actual appliance dimensions refer to Section 16.
A
½
B
E
A
½
B
C
In addition to these framing dimensions, also reference the following sections:
• Clearances and Mantel Projections (Section 3.C and 3.D)
• Vent Clearances and Framing (Section 6).
B
NOTE:These dimensions
are for flush wall finishing
method. For a recessed
arch finishing method refer
to Option B in Finishing
(Section 11).
Figure 3.1
6
D
A
B
C
D
Inches
45-1/8
34-3/8
63-7/8
25-1/4
Millimeters
1146
873
1622
641
E
No maximum
Appliance Locations
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B.
high temp caulk or stuffed with unfaced insulation. If the
appliance is being installed on a cement slab, a layer of
plywood may be placed underneath to prevent conducting
cold up into the room.
Constructing the Appliance Chase
A chase is a vertical boxlike structure built to enclose the
gas appliance and/or its vent system. Vertical vents that run
on the outside of a building may be, but are not required to
be, installed inside a chase.
C.
Construction of the chase may vary with the type of building.
These instructions are not substitutes for the requirements
of local building codes. Local building codes MUST be
checked.
Clearances
WARNING
Fire Risk.
Odor Risk.
• Install appliance on hard metal or wood
surfaces extending full width and depth of
appliance.
• Do NOT install appliance directly on
carpeting, vinyl, tile or any combustible
material other than wood.
Chases should be constructed in the manner of all outside
walls of the home to prevent cold air drafting problems.
The chase should not break the outside building envelope
in any manner.
Walls, ceiling, base plate and cantilever floor of the chase
should be insulated. Vapor and air infiltration barriers should
be installed in the chase as per regional codes for the rest of
the home. Additionally, in regions where cold air infiltration
may be an issue, the inside surfaces may be sheetrocked
and taped for maximum air tightness.
WARNING
Fire Risk.
• Construct chase to all clearance
specifications in manual.
• Locate and install appliance to all
clearance specifications in manual
To further prevent drafts, the wall shield and ceiling firestops
should be caulked with high temperature caulk to seal gaps.
Gas line holes and other openings should be caulked with
A
E
FROM
TOP OF
FINISHING
STRIP TO
CEILING
F
B
H
C*
J
D
G
I
Clearance to Combustibles
A
B
C*
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
Rough
Opening
(Vent Pipe)
Rough
Opening
(Height)
Rough
Opening
(Depth)
Rough
Opening
(Width)
Clearance
to Ceiling
Non-Combustible
Floor
Combustible
Flooring
Behind
Appliance
Sides of
Appliance
Front of
Appliance
Inches
10
44
25-1/4
35-3/8
34-7/8
0
0
1/2
1/2
36
Millimeters
25
1118
641
699
886
0
0
13
13
914
*For additional framing options and dimensions, see Section 11, Finishing.
Figure 3.2
Clearances to Combustibles
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D.
Mantel Projections
Note: All
measurements
in inches.
31
CEILING
1 INCH
MINIMUM
TO
VENT PIPE
18
17
16
15
14
13
9 1/8
MIN.
12
11
10
3 1/8
9
8
Figure 3.4
7
6
3 7/8
Clearances to Mantel Legs or Wall Projections
(Acceptable on both sides of opening.)
5
TOP OF
FINISHING STRIP
Figure 3.3
8
TOP OF
UNIT
Clearances to Mantels or other
Combustibles above Appliance
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A.
Termination Locations
Vent Termination Minimum Clearances
WARNING
Fire Risk.
Explosion Risk.
Maintain vent clearance to combustibles as
specified.
• Do not pack air space with insulation or
other materials.
Failure to keep insulation or other materials
away from vent pipe may cause fire.
H (MIN.) - MINIMUM HEIGHT FROM ROOF
TO LOWEST DISCHARGE OPENING
Measure vertical clearances from this surface.
Roof Pitch
H (Min.) Ft.
Flat to 6/12...........................................................1.0*
Over 6/12 to 7/12 .................................................1.25*
Over 7/12 to 8/12 .................................................1.5*
Over 8/12 to 9/12 .................................................2.0*
Over 9/12 to 10/12 ...............................................2.5
Over 10/12 to 11/12 .............................................3.25
Over 11/12 to 12/12 .............................................4.0
Over 12/12 to 14/12 .............................................5.0
Over 14/12 to 16/12 .............................................6.0
Over 16/12 to 18/12 .............................................7.0
Over 18/12 to 20/12 .............................................7.5
Over 20/12 to 21/12 .............................................8.0
Measure horizontal clearances from this surface.
(See Figure 4.4 for specific clearances)
* 3 foot minimum in snow regions
Figure 4.2
Figure 4.1
Minimum Height from Roof to
Lowest Discharge Opening
Figure 4.2 specifies minimum vent heights for various
pitched roofs.
GAS, WOOD OR FUEL
OIL TERMINATION
A
Figure 4.3
GAS
TERMIN ATION
20 IN.
(MINIMUM) TO
PERPENDICULAR
WALL
(GAS ON LY)
Gas Termination
Wood & Fuel Oil Termination
6 in.
20 in.
Multiple Vertical Termination
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M
N
P
R
Q
(See Note 2)
V
T
V
S
Electrical
Service
S
V
D*
V
V = VENT TERMINAL
A
X = AIR SUPPLY INLET
= 12 inches ...............clearances above grade, veranda,
(See Note 1)
porch, deck or balcony
= 12 inches ...............clearances to window or door
that may be opened, or to permanently closed window. (Glass)
= 18 inches ...............vertical clearance to unventilated
soffit or to ventilated soffit located
above the terminal
*30 inches ..............for vinyl clad soffits and below
electrical service
B
D*
F
= 9 inches ................clearance to outside corner
G
= 6 inches .................clearance to inside corner
H
I
J
= 3 ft. (Canada) ........not to be installed above a gas
meter/regulator assembly within 3
feet (90cm) horizontally from the
center-line of the regulator
= 3 ft. (U.S.A.)
6 ft. (Canada).........clearance to gas service regulator
vent outlet
= 9 inches (U.S.A.)
12 inches (Canada) clearance to non-mechanical
air supply inlet to building or the
combustion air inlet to any other
appliance
= AREA WHERE TERMINAL IS NOT PERMITTED
K
= 3 ft. (U.S.A.)
6 ft. (Canada) ...........clearance to a mechanical
(powered) air supply inlet
L** = 7 ft. ..........................c l e a r a n c e a b o v e p a v e d
(See Note 1)
sidewalk or a paved driveway
located on public property
M*** = 18 inches.................clearance under veranda, porch,
deck, balcony or overhang
42 inches ................vinyl
S = 6 inches ...................clearance from sides of elec(See Note 5)
trical service
T = 12 inches ..................clearance above electrical
(See Note 5)
service
Alcove Applications
N
P
= 6 inches ..................non-vinyl sidewalls
12 inches ................vinyl sidewalls
= 8 ft.
1 cap
2 caps
3 caps
4 caps
QMIN
3 feet
6 feet
9 feet
12 feet
QMIN = # termination caps x 3
** a vent shall not terminate directly above a sidewalk or paved driveway
which is located between two single family dwellings and serves both
dwellings.
*** only permitted if veranda, porch, deck or balcony is fully open on a
minimum of 2 sides beneath the floor, or meets Note 2.
NOTE 1: On private property where termination is less than 7 feet above
a sidewalk, driveway, deck, porch, veranda or balcony, use of a listed cap
shield is suggested. (See vents components page)
NOTE 2: Termination in an alcove space (spaces open only on one side
and with an overhang) are permitted with the dimensions specified for
vinyl or non-vinyl siding and soffits. 1. There must be 3 feet minimum
between termination caps. 2. All mechanical air intakes within 10 feet
of a termination cap must be a minimum of 3 feet below the termination
cap. 3. All gravity air intakes within 3 feet of a termination cap must be a
minimum of 1 foot below the termination cap.
Figure 4.4
Minimum Clearances for Termination
RMAX
2 x Q ACTUAL
1 x Q ACTUAL
2/3 x Q ACTUAL
1/2 x Q ACTUAL
RMAX = (2 / # termination caps) x QACTUAL
NOTE 3: Local codes or regulations may require different
clearances.
NOTE 4: Termination caps may be hot. Consider their proximity to
doors or other traffic areas.
NOTE 5: Location of the vent termination must not interfere with
access to the electrical service.
WARNING: In the U.S: Vent system termination is NOT permitted in
screened porches. You must follow side wall, overhang and ground
clearances as stated in the instructions.
In Canada: Vent system termination is NOT permitted in screened
porches. Vent system termination is permitted in porch areas with
two or more sides open. You must follow all side walls, overhang
and ground clearances as stated in the instructions.
Hearth & Home Technologies assumes no responsibility for the
improper performance of the appliance when the venting system
does not meet these requirements.
CAUTION: IF EXTERIOR WALLS ARE FINISHED WITH VINYL SIDING, IT IS SUGGESTED THAT A VINYL PROTECTOR KIT BE INSTALLED.
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Vent Information and Diagrams
A. Vent Table Key
The abbreviations listed in this vent table key are used in
the vent diagrams.
Description
V2
Second section of vertical length
H1
First section (closest to appliance) of horizontal length
H2
Second section of horizontal length
Vertical
8-1/2 in.
First section (closest to appliance of vertical length
in
.
V1
12
Symbol
8-1/2 in.
WARNING
Fire Hazard.
Explosion Risk.
Asphyxiation Risk.
Do NOT connect this gas appliance to a
chimney flue serving a separate solid-fuel or
gas burning appliance.
• Vent this appliance directly outside.
• Use separate vent system for this appliance.
May impair safe operation of this appliance or
other appliances connected to the flue.
Horizontal
Figure 5.1
C. Measuring Standards
Vertical and horizontal measurements listed in the vent
diagrams were made using the following standards.
1. Pipe measurements are shown using the effective length
of pipe (see Figure 5.2).
2. Measurements are made from the appliance outer wrap,
not from the standoffs.
B.
3. Horizontal terminations are measured to the outside
mounting surface (flange of termination cap) (see Figure
4.1).
Use of Elbows
CAUTION
ALL vent configuration specifications MUST be followed.
4. Vertical terminations are measured to bottom of termination cap.
5. Horizontal pipe installed level with no rise.
• This product is tested and listed to these
specifications.
• Appliance performance will suffer if specifications are
not followed.
Pipe
Diagonal runs have both vertical and horizontal vent aspects when calculating the effects. Use the rise for the
vertical aspect and the run for the horizontal aspect (see
Figure 5.1).
Two 450 elbows may be used in place of one 900 elbow. On
450 runs, one foot of diagonal is equal to 8.5 inches horizontal run and 8.5 inches vertical run. A length of straight
pipe is allowed between two 450 elbows (see Figure 5.1).
Effective
Height/Length
Figure 5.2
DVP4
DVP6
DVP12
DVP24
DVP36
DVP48
DVP6A
DVP12A
DVP12MI
DVP24MI
Length/
Inches
4
6
12
24
36
48
3 to 6
3 to 12
3 to 12
3 to 24
DVP Pipe Effective Length
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D. Vent Diagrams
WARNING
Fire Risk. Explosion Risk.
Do NOT pack insulation or other combustibles between ceiling firestops.
• ALWAYS maintain specified clearances around venting and firestop systems.
• Install wall shield and ceiling firestops as specified.
Failure to keep insulation or other material away from vent pipe may cause fire.
1. Top Vent - Horizontal Termination
One Elbow
V1 Minimum
H1 Maximum
3 ft.
0.9 m
2 ft.
0.6 m
4 ft.
1.2 m
4 ft.
1.2 m
5 ft.
1.5 m
6 ft.
1.8 m
12 ft.
3.7m
20 ft.
6.1 m
Í
V1 + H1 = 40 ft. (12.2 m) Maximum
H1 = 20 ft. (6.1 m) Maximum
NOTE: When venting with one elbow, a
straight section of venting (3 ft. minimum)
MUST be attached directly to starting collars on unit.
NOTE: The first elbow used MUST always
be DVP90ST.
Figure 5.3
Two Elbows
V1 Minimum
H1 + H2 Maximum
3 ft.
0.9 m
2 ft.
0.6 m
4 ft.
1.2 m
4 ft.
1.2 m
5 ft.
1.5 m
6 ft.
1.8 m
12 ft.
3.7 m
20 ft.
6.1 m
V1 + H1 + H2 = 40 ft. (12.2 m) Maximum
H1 + H2 = 20 ft. (6.1 m) Maximum
NOTE: V 1 MUST be a
minimum of 3 feet.
NOTE: The first elbow used
MUST always be DVP90ST.
Figure 5.4
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1. Top Vent - Horizontal Termination - (continued)
Three Elbows
V1 + V2 Minimum
Í
H1 + H2 Maximum
3 ft.
0.9 m
2 ft.
0.6 m
4 ft.
1.2 m
4 ft.
1.2 m
5 ft.
1.5 m
6 ft.
1.8 m
12 ft.
3.7 m
20 ft.
6.1 m
V1 + V2 + H1 + H2 = 40 ft. (12.2 m) Maximum
H1 + H2 = 20 ft. (6.1 m) Maximum
NOTE: V 1 MUST be a
minimum of 3 feet.
NOTE: The first elbow used
MUST always be DVP90ST.
Figure 5.5
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2. Top Vent - Vertical Termination
No Elbow
V1 = 46 ft. Max. (14.0 m)
8 FT.
(2.4mm)
FLUE
OUTLET
Note: A 45O elbow may be attached
directly to starting collars on unit only
if used in conjunction with a return 45O
elbow AND terminating vertical with V =
8 feet MINIMUM.
A straight section of pipe can be used
between the two 450 elbows.
Figure 5.6
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Two Elbows
V1 Minimum
H1 Maximum
3 ft.
0.9 m
2 ft.
0.6 m
*
4 ft.
1.2 m
4 ft.
1.2 m
*
5 ft.
1.5 m
6 ft.
1.8 m
*
12 ft.
3.7 m
20 ft.
6.1 m
*
Í
V2
V1 + V2 + H1 = 40 ft (12.2 m) Maximum
*No specific restrictions on this value EXCEPT
V1 + V2 + H1 cannot exceed 40 ft (12.2 m)
NOTE: V 1 MUST be a
minimum of 3 feet.
NOTE: The first elbow used
MUST always be DVP90ST.
Figure 5.7
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2. Top Vent - Vertical Termination - (continued)
V1
Three Elbows
H1 + H2
V2
3 ft.
0.9 m
2 ft.
0.6 m
*
4 ft.
1.2 m
4 ft.
1.2 m
*
5 ft.
1.5 m
6 ft.
1.8 m
*
12 ft
3.7 m
20 ft.
6.1 m
*
H1 + H2 = 20 ft (6.1 m) Maximum
*No specific restrictions on this value EXCEPT
V1 + V2 + H1 + H2 = 40 ft (12.2 m) Maximum
NOTE: V 1 MUST be a
minimum of 3 feet.
NOTE: The first elbow used
MUST always be DVP90ST.
INSTALLED
HORIZONTALLY
Figure 5.8
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Vent Clearances and Framing
B. Wall Penetration Framing
A. Pipe Clearances to Combustibles
WARNING
Fire Risk.
Explosion Risk.
Maintain vent clearance to combustibles as
specified.
10 in.
12 in.
• Do not pack air space with insulation or
other materials.
Failure to keep insulation or other materials
away from vent pipe may cause fire.
B
NOTE: Slope
not required.
3 in. TOP
CLEARANCE
A
1 in. CLEARANCE
AROUND VERTICAL
SECTIONS
1 in. SIDE AND
BOTTOM CLEARANCE
A*
Figure 6.1 Pipe Clearances
77 in.
B
76 in.
* Shows center of vent framing hole for top venting. The
center of the hole is one (1) inch (25.4mm) above the
center of the horizontal vent pipe.
3 in. TOP
CLEAR ANCE
HEAT
SHIELD
HEAT
SHIELD
Figure 6.2
Exterior Wall Hole
Combustible Wall Penetration
Frame a hole in a combustible wall for an interior wall
shield firestop, (Figure 6.2) whenever a wall is penetrated.
Use same size framing materials as those used in the wall
construction. The wall shield firestop maintains minimum
clearances and prevents cold air infiltration.
1 in. CLEAR ANCE
BOTTOM & SIDES
WALL
SHIELD
FIRESTOP
WALL
Î
Figure 6.2
Non-Combustible Wall Penetration
If the hole being penetrated is surrounded by noncombustible materials such as concrete, a hole with diameter one
inch greater than the pipe is acceptable.
Horizontal Venting Clearances to
Combustible Materials
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C.
Vertical Penetration Framing
WARNING
Fire Hazard
Keep loose materials or blown
insulation from touching the
vent pipe.
• National building codes recommend using attic shield to keep loose materials/
blown insulation from contacting vent.
• Hearth & Home Technologies requires
the use of an attic shield.
ATTIC
ABOVE
Installing the Ceiling Firestop
A
•
Frame an opening 10 inches by 10
inches whenever the vent system
penetrates a ceiling/floor (see Figure
6.3).
•
Frame the area with the same sized
lumber as used in ceiling/floor joist.
•
When installing a top vent vertical termination appliance the hole should be
directly above the appliance, unless the
flue is offset.
B
• Do not pack insulation around the vent.
Insulation must be kept away from the
pipe.
DVP
PIPE
A
B
10 in. 10 in.
Installing Attic Shield
Note: An additional ceiling firestop is not
required if attic shield is used.
•
Frame opening for attic shield.
•
Attic shield may be installed above or
below ceiling (see Figure 6.4).
•
Secure with three fasteners on each
side.
•
Fold tabs at top of attic shield in toward
vent pipe. Tabs must keep vent pipe
centered within shield.
•
Field construct additional shield height if
insulation is deeper than height of attic
shield.
Figure 6.3
BEND TABS IN
AROUND PIPE
3 FASTENER S
PER SIDE
ATTIC SHIELD INS TALLED
BELOW CEILING
Figure 6.4
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Installing the Attic Shield
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ATTIC SHIELD INS TALLE D
ABOVE CEILING
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A.
Appliance Preparation
Securing and Leveling the Appliance
WARNING
Fire Risk.
• Prevent contact with sagging, loose
insulation.
• Do NOT install against combustible
materials such as exposed insulation,
plastic and insulation backer.
CAUTION
Sharp Edges
• Wear protective gloves
and safety glasses during installation.
The diagram shows how to properly position, level, and
secure the appliance (see Figure 7.1). Nailing tabs are provided to secure the appliance to the framing members.
• Place the appliance into position.
NAILING TABS
(BOTH SIDES)
• Level the appliance from side to side and front to
back.
• Shim the appliance as necessary. It is acceptable to use
wood shims.
Figure 7.1
Proper Positioning, Leveling and
Securing of a Appliance
• Bend out nailing tabs on each side.
• Keep nailing tabs flush with the framing.
• Secure the appliance to the framing by using nails or
screws through the nailing tabs. Holes are provided in the
basepan (inside the hearth) for securing to the floor.
WARNING
Fire Risk.
• ALWAYS maintain specified
clearances around the appliance.
• Do NOT notch into the framing around the appliance spacers.
Failure to keep insulation, framing or other material away
from the appliance may cause fire.
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Installing Vent Pipe
A. Assembly of Vent Sections
WARNING
Fire Risk
Exhaust Fumes Risk
Impaired Performance of Appliance
• Overlap pipe slip sections at least 1-1/2 inches.
• Use pilot holes for screws.
• Screws must not exceed one inch long.
• Pipe may separate if not properly joined.
Figure 8.1
Attaching Vent to the Firebox Assembly
To attach the first pipe section to the collars, slide the male end of
the inner vent of the pipe section over the inner collar on the firebox
assembly. At the same time, slide the outer flue over the outer collar
on the appliance. Push the pipe section into the appliance collar until
all the lances (see Figure 8.1) have snapped in place. Tug slightly
on the section to confirm it has completely locked into place.
Lances
A
Assembling Pipe Sections
Insert the inner flue of section A into the flared inner flue of
section B.
Start the outer flue of section A over the outer flue of section B (see
Figure 8.2). Note: The end of the pipe sections with the lances/tabs
on it will face towards the appliance.
Once both inner and outer flues
are started, press section A onto
section B firmly until all lances
have snapped into place. Check
to make sure they have snapped
together (see Figure 8.3) and
the seams are not aligned (see
Figure 8.4). Tug slightly on section A to confirm it has completely
locked into place. It is acceptable
to use screws no longer than 1
inch to hold outer pipe sections
together. If predrilling holes, do
NOT penetrate inner pipe.
B
Figure 8.2
Note: Make sure that the seams are not aligned to prevent unintentional disconnection.
CORRECT
Figure 8.4 Seams
For 90° and 45° elbows that are changing the vent direction from
horizontal to vertical, one screw minimum should be put in the outer
flue at the horizontal elbow joint to prevent the elbow from rotating.
Use screws no longer than 1 inch. If predrilling screw holes, do
NOT penetrate inner pipe.
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INCORRECT
Assembling Minimum Installations (MI) Sections
MI sections are non-unitized so that they can be cut to a
certain length. Cut these sections to length from the nonexpanded end (see Figure 8.5).
They can then be attached by first connecting the expanded
end of the MI inner flue with the inner pipe from the adjacent
pipe section and securing with three screws. The expanded
portion of the MI inner flue must overlap completely with
the unexpanded end of the adjacent pipe section.
The outer flue can then be inserted into the adjacent outer
flue expanded end and attached to the next pipe section
with three screws. The other end of the MI pipe section can
then be attached by fitting another pipe section to it and
snapping it together, as normal.
Figure 8.5
Assembling DVP-12A Slip Sections
The outer flue of the slip section should slide over the outer
flue of the pipe section and into (inner flue) the last pipe
section (see Figure 8.6) .
Slide together to the desired length, making sure that a
1-1/2 inch outer flue overlap is maintained between the
pipe section and slip section.
The pipe and slip section need to be secured by driving
two screws through the overlapping portions of the outer
flues using the pilot holes (see Figure 8.7).
This will secure the slip section to the desired length and
prevent it from separating. The slip section can then be
attached to the next pipe section.
Figure 8.6 Slip Section Pilot Holes
If the slip section is too long, the inner and outer flues of
the slip section can be cut to the desired length.
Figure 8.7
Screws into Slip Section
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Securing the Vent Sections
Vertical Sections
Vertical sections of pipe must be supported every 8 feet
after the 25 foot maximum unsupported rise. The vent support or plumber’s strap (spaced 120° apart) may be used
to do this (see Figure 8.8).
Horizontal Sections
Horizontal sections of vent must be supported every 5 feet
with a vent support or plumber’s strap.
Figure 8.8 Securing Vertical Pipe Sections
Figure 8.9 Securing Horizontal Pipe Sections
B.
Disassembly of Vent Sections
To disassemble any two pieces of pipe, rotate either section
(see Figure 8.10), so that the seams on both pipe sections
are aligned (see Figure 8.11). They can then be carefully
pulled apart.
WARNING
Fire Risk.
Explosion Risk.
Combustion Fume Risk.
Use vent run supports per installation
instructions.
Connect vent sections per installation
instructions.
• Maintain all clearances to combustibles.
• Do NOT allow vent to sag below
connection point to appliance.
Improper support may allow vent to sag or separate.
Figure 8.10
Figure 8.11
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Rotate Seams for Disassembly
Align and Disassemble Vent Sections
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C.
Installing Heat Shield and Horizontal Termination Cap
WARNING
Installing the Horizontal Termination Cap
Vent termination must not be recessed in the wall. Siding
may be brought to the edge of the cap base.
Fire Hazard
Impaired performance of appliance
• Telescoping flue section of termination
cap MUST be used when connecting pipe
section to termination cap.
• Maintain a 1-1/2 inch minimum overlap on
telescoping flue section of termination cap.
Flash and seal as appropriate for siding material at outside
edges of cap.
When installing a horizontal termination cap, follow the cap
location guidelines as prescribed by current ANSI Z223.1
and CAN/CGA-B149 installation codes.
WARNING
WARNING
Burn Risk
• Local codes may require installation of a
cap shield to prevent anything or anyone
from touching the hot cap.
Fire Risk
Exhaust Fumes Risk
Impaired Performance of Appliance
•
•
•
•
Overlap pipe slip sections at least 1-1/2 inches.
Use pilot holes for screws.
Screws must not exceed 1 inch long.
Pipe may separate if not properly joined.
Heat Shield Requirements for Horizontal Termination
For all horizontally vented appliances, a heat shield MUST
be placed one inch above the top of the vent between the
wall shield firestop and the base of the termination cap.
There are two sections of the heat shield. One section attaches to the wall shield firestop with two screws. The remaining
section is attached to the cap in the same manner.
If the wall thickness does not allow the required 1-1/2
inch heat shield overlap, an extended heat shield must
be used.
The extended heat shield will need to be cut to the thickness of the wall and be attached to the wall shield firestop.
The small leg on the extended heat shield should rest on
the top of the vent (pipe section) to properly space it from
the pipe section (see Figure 8.12).
Figure 8.12
Venting through the Wall
NOTE: Where required, an exterior wall flashing is
available.
When penetrating a brick wall, a brick extension kit
is available for framing the brick.
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D. Installing Roof Flashing and
Vertical Termination Cap
To install roof flashing see Figure 8.13.
For installation of vertical termination cap see minimum vent
heights for various pitched roofs (see Figure 8.13) .
To attach the vertical termination cap, slide the inner collar of the cap into the inner flue of the pipe section and
place the outer collar of the cap over the outer flue of the
pipe section.
Secure with three screws into the outer flue. Secure the cap
by driving the three self-tapping screws (supplied) through
the pilot holes in the outer collar of the cap into the outer
flue of the pipe (see Figure 8.14).
TERMINATION CAP
H (MIN.) - MINIMUM HEIGHT FROM ROOF
TO LOWEST DISCHARGE OPENING
(1 of 3)
STORM
COLLAR
Roof Pitch
SCREWS
H (Min.) Ft.
Flat to 6/12....................................... 1.0*
CAULK
Over 6/12 to 7/12 ........................... 1.25*
Over 7/12 to 8/12 ............................. 1.5*
Over 8/12 to 9/12 ............................. 2.0*
Over 9/12 to 10/12 ............................ 2.5
Over 10/12 to 11/12 ........................ 3.25
Over 11/12 to 12/12 .......................... 4.0
Figure 8.14
Over 12/12 to 14/12 .......................... 5.0
Over 14/12 to 16/12 .......................... 6.0
Over 16/12 to 18/12 .......................... 7.0
Over 18/12 to 20/12 .......................... 7.5
Over 20/12 to 21/12 .......................... 8.0
* 3 foot minimum in snow regions
Figure 8.13
Minimum Height from Roof to
Lowest Discharge Opening
WARNING
Fire Risk.
Explosion Risk.
Inspect external vent cap regularly.
• Ensure no debris blocks cap.
• Combustible materials blocking cap may
ignite.
• Restricted air flow affects burner operation.
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Assembling and Installing Storm Collar
CAUTION
Sharp Edges
• Wear protective gloves
and safety glasses during installation.
Connect both halves of the storm collar with two screws
(see Figure 8.15).
Wrap the storm collar around the exposed pipe section
and align brackets. Insert a bolt (provided) through the
brackets and tighten nut to complete storm collar assembly
(see Figure 8.16).
Figure 8.16
Assembling the Storm Collar Around the Pipe
Slide the assembled storm collar down the pipe section
until it rests on the roof flashing.
Caulk around the top of the storm collar (see Figure
8.14).
Figure 8.15
Assembling the Storm Collar
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Gas Information
A. Fuel Conversions
C.
Before making gas connections ensure that appliance being installed is compatible with the available gas type.
Any natural or propane gas conversions necessary to
meet the appliance and locality needs must be made by
a qualified technician using Hearth & Home Technologies
specified and approved parts.
B.
Gas Pressures
Proper input pressures are required for optimum appliance
performance. Gas line sizing requirements need to be
made following NFPA51.
WARNING
Fire Risk.
Explosion Hazard.
High pressure will damage valve.
• Disconnect gas supply piping BEFORE
pressure testing gas line at test pressures
above 1/2 psig.
• Close the manual shutoff valve BEFORE
pressure testing gas line at test pressures
equal to or less than 1/2 psig.
Gas Connection
NOTE: Have the gas supply line installed in accordance
with local building codes, if any. If not, follow ANSI
223.1. Installation should be done by a qualified installer
approved and/or licensed as required by the locality. (In
the Commonwealth of Massachusetts installation must be
performed by a licensed plumber or gas fitter.)
NOTE: A listed (and Commonwealth of Massachusetts approved) 1/2 inch (13mm) T-handle manual shut-off valve and
flexible gas connector are connected to the 1/2 inch (13mm)
control valve inlet.
• If substituting for these components, please consult
local codes for compliance.
Refer to Reference Section 16 for location of gas line
access in appliance.
NOTE: Gas line may be run from either side of the appliance
provided the hole in the outer wrap does NOT exceed 2-1/2
inches in diameter and does not penetrate the firebox.
WARNING
Gas Leak Risk
• Support control when attaching pipe to
prevent bending gas line.
WARNING
Verify inlet pressures.
• High pressure may cause overfire
condition.
• Low pressure may cause explosion.
• Verify minimum pressures when other
household gas appliances are operating.
Install regulator upstream of valve if line
pressure is greater than 1/2 psig.
NOTE: The gap between supply piping and gas access hole may be caulked with high temperature caulk
or stuffed with non-combustible, unfaced insulation to
prevent cold air infiltration.
Pressure requirements for appliance are shown in the
table below. Minimum pressures must be met when other
household gas appliances are operating.
Pressure
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Natural Gas
Propane
Minimum
Inlet Pressure
5.0 inches
w.c.
11.0 inches
w.c.
Maximum Inlet
Gas Pressure
14.0 inches
w.c.
14.0 inches
w.c.
Manifold
Pressure
3.5 inches
w.c.
10.0 inches
w.c.
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•
•
Ensure that gas line does not come in contact with outer
wrap of appliance. Follow local codes.
HIGH ALTITUDE INSTALLATIONS
Incoming gas line should be piped into the valve compartment and connected to the 1/2 inch connection on
the manual shutoff valve.
U.L. Listed gas appliances are tested and approved
without requiring changes for elevations from 0 to
2000 feet in the U.S.A. and Canada.
WARNING
Fire or Explosion Hazard
•
•
•
•
•
Gas buildup during line purge may ignite.
Purge should be performed by qualified technician.
Ensure adequate ventilation.
Ensure there are no ignition sources such as
sparks or open flames.
A small amount of air will be in the gas supply lines.
When first lighting appliance it will take a short time for
air to purge from lines. When purging is complete the
appliance will light and operate normally.
When installing this appliance at an elevation above
2000 feet, it may be necessary to decrease the
input rating by changing the existing burner orifice
to a smaller size. Input rate should be reduced by
4% for each 1000 feet above a 2000 foot elevation
in the U.S.A., or 10% for elevations between 2000
and 4500 feet in Canada. If the heating value of the
gas has been reduced, these rules do not apply. To
identify the proper orifice size, check with the local
gas utility.
If installing this appliance at an elevation above 4500
feet (in Canada), check with local authorities.
WARNING
CHECK FOR GAS LEAKS
Explosion Risk
Fire Risk
Asphyxiation Risk
• Check all fittings and connections.
• Do not use open flame.
• After the gas line installation is complete,
all connections must be tightened and
checked for leaks with a commerciallyavailable, non-corrosive leak check solution. Be sure to
rinse off all leak check solution following testing.
Fittings and connections may have loosened during
shipping and handling.
WARNING
Fire hazard.
Do NOT change the valve settings.
• This valve has been preset at the factory.
• Changing valve settings may result in fire
hazard or bodily injury.
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Electrical Information
A. Recommendation for Wire
C. Intellifire Ignition System Wiring
This appliance requires 110-120 VAC be wired to the
junction box either for proper operation of the appliance
(Intellifire ignition).
This appliance requires a 110 VAC supply to the appliance
junction box for operation. A wiring diagram is shown in
Figure 10.2.
NOTE: This appliance must be electrically wired and grounded
in accordance with local codes or, in the absence of local
codes, with National Electric Code ANSI/NFPA 70-latest
edition or the Canadian Electric Code, CSA C221.1.
B.
Connecting to the Appliance
WARNING
Wire 110V to electrical junction box.
Do NOT wire 110V to valve.
Do NOT wire 110V to wall switch.
• Incorrect wiring will damage millivolt valves.
• Incorrect wiring will override IPI safety lockout and may cause explosion.
•
This appliance may be used with a wall switch, wall
mounted thermostat and/or a remote control.
•
If using thermostat use one compatible with a millivolt
gas valve system.
•
Follow parameters for locating thermostat (see individual thermostat instructions) to ensure proper operation
of appliance.
•
Use low resistance thermostat wire for wiring from ignition system to the wall switch and thermostat.
•
Keep wire lengths short as possible by removing any
excess wire length.
•
Low voltage and 110 VAC voltage cannot be shared
within the same wall box.
This appliance is equipped with an Intellifire control valve
which operates on a 3 volt system.
This appliance is supplied with a battery pack and a 3 volt
AC transformer, which requires the installation of the supplied junction box. It is highly recommended that the junction box be installed at this time to avoid reconstruction.
The battery pack requires two D cell batteries (not included).
NOTE: Batteries cannot be placed in the battery pack
while using the 3 volt AC transformer. The transformer
must be unplugged if the battery pack is used or battery
life will be reduced.
Wiring to the battery pack is left disconnected in order to
conserve battery life. In the case of a loss of power, simply
connect red and black wire leads to activate battery power
(connect red to red, black to black). The fireplace can be
used as necessary. Once power (110 VAC) is restored,
disconnect red and black wire leads to extend battery
life.
CAUTION
Battery polarity must be correct or module damage will
occur.
Optional Accessories Requirements
Wiring for optional accessories should be done now to
avoid reconstruction.
D. Wall Switch (Required)
A wall switch must be installed of this fireplace. This will
allow the unit to operate if the power goes out (battery
operation).
Position the wall switch in the desired position on the
wall. An assembly of 18 ft of 20 AWG is provided with
the appliance to connect the wall switch to the appliance.
Instead of the supplied assembly, wire with a length of
25 ft or less and a gauge of 20 AWG through 14 AWG is
acceptable. The wire needs a jacket with a temperature
rating of 140oF (60oC) or higher. At the appliance connect
the wire to the ON/OFF switch pigtails.
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SPARK TO
PILOT IGNITOR
FAN OUTLET RECEPTACLE
(NO FAN OPTION)
IGNITOR
MODULE
3V
3
V
I
PLUG-IN
3V TRANSFORMER
S
TRANSFORMER
3 V
3V
LOWVOLTA
VOLTAGE
LOW
G E
SEENOTE
NOTE1 1
SEE
IGNITION
MODULE
(3V)
BLACK
BLACK (IGNITOR)
(IGNITO
R )
BLACK (SENSOR)
PILOT
LY
PILOT ASSEMB
ASSEMBLY
LY
AND VALVE
VALVEASSEMB
ASSEMBLY
MUST BE GROUNDED
(COMMON GROUND
GROUNDTO WITH FIREPLACE
FIREPLACE
CHASSIS)
CHASSIS
BLACK
WALL
WA
L LSWITCH
SWITCH
BLACK
2045-024
2012-206
ORANGE
VALVE
LOW VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTA
G E
SEE NOTE 1
SEE NOTE 1
BROWN
BROWN
NEUTRAL
GROUND
REMOTE
CONTROL HOT
GREEN
NOTE 1: Ignition module, valve, pilot and wall switch
operate on 3 volts. 120 VAC is required at junction box
unless equipped with battery back-up.
Figure 10.1
Intellifire Pilot Ignition (IPI) Wiring Diagram
CAUTION
Label all wires prior to disconnection when servicing controls.
Wiring errors can cause improper and dangerous operation.
Verify proper operation after servicing.
WARNING
Shock hazard.
• Replace damaged wire with type 105O C
rated wire.
• Wire must have high temperature insulation.
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E.
Junction Box Installation
Romex
Connector
If the box is being wired from the OUTSIDE of
the appliance:
Remove the cover plate located on the outer
shell - right side (see Figure 10.3).
•
Install the supplied Romex™ connector in the
cover plate.
•
Feed the necessary length of wire through the
connector.
14/2WG
Cover Plate
outside firebox
HT
W
WHT B
LK
BLK
•
• Make all necessary wire connections and reattach the cover plate to the outer shell.
GRN wire
inside box
If the box is being wired from the INSIDE of the
Copper
ground attached
to GRN screw with
GRN wire
appliance:
•
Remove the screw attaching the junction
box/receptacle to the outer shell, rotate the
junction box inward to disengage it from the
outer shell (see Figure 10.3).
•
Pull the electrical wires from outside the appliance through this opening into the valve
compartment.
F.
Figure 10.3 Junction Box Detail
NOTE: Do NOT wire
110VAC to wall switch.
•
Feed the necessary length of wire through the connector.
•
Make all necessary wire connections to the junction box/receptacle and assemble the junction box/receptacle to the outer
shell.
Wall Switch Installation for Fan (Optional)
If the box is being wired to a wall
mounted switch for use with a fan (See
Figure 10.4):
SWITCH
The power supply for the appliance
must be brought into a switch box.
•
The power can then be supplied from
the switch box to the appliance using
a minimum of 14-3 with ground wire.
•
MINIMUM 14-3 AWG
WITH GROUND
Red
Black
White
Green
Black
White
Green
JUNCTION BOX
Red
Black
White
Green
•
At the switch box connect the black
(hot) wire and red (switch leg) wire to
the wall switch as shown.
POWER
SUPPLY WIRES
SWITCH BOX
•
At the appliance connect the black
(hot), white (neutral) and green
(ground) wires to the junction box as
shown.
•
Add a 1/4 inch insulated female connector to the red (switch leg) wire,
route it through the knockout in the
face of the junction box, and connect
to the top fan switch connector (1/4
inch male) as shown.
Red
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Figure 10.4 Junction Box Wired to Wall Switch
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Finishing
A. Mantel Projections
Figure 11.1 shows the minimum vertical and corresponding
maximum horizontal dimensions of appliance mantels or
other combustible projections above the top front edge of
the appliance.
1/2 INCH NON-COMBUSTIBLE
BOARD REQUIRED ON UNIT FACE
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CEILING
1 INCH
MINIMUM
TO
VENT PIPE
18
17
16
15
14
13
9 1/8
MIN.
12
11
10
3 1/8
9
8
NAILING
TABS
FINISHING
EDGE
TRIM
7
6
3 7/8
5
TOP OF
FINISHING STRIP
TOP OF
UNIT
COMBUSTIBLE MATERIALS
MAY CONTACT AND COVER
FRONT AND SIDE AREAS
BELOW GLASS/FRONT
Figure 11.3 Noncombustible Facing Diagram
Figure 11.1
Clearances to Mantels or other Combustibles
above Appliance
WARNING
Risk of Fire
Figure 11.2
•
Non-combustible clearances MUST be
maintained.
•
Sheetrock, wood or other combustibles must
NOT be used as sheathing or facing in the
non-combustible zone.
•
See Section 11 for proper clearances.
•
See Section 1 for combustible/noncombustible definitions.
Mantel Leg or Wall Projections
(Acceptable on both sides of opening.)
WARNING
B.
Facing Material
Fire Risk.
WARNING
Fire Risk.
Do NOT obstruct air inlet or outlet grilles.
Do NOT modify grilles.
• Modifying or covering grilles could cause
temperature rise and fire hazard.
Finishing materials must not interfere with:
• Air flow through grilles or louvers.
• Operation of louvers or doors.
• Access for service.
•
Finish all edges and fronts to clearances and
specifications listed in manual.
Black metal appliance front may be covered with
noncombustible material only.
•
Do NOT overlap combustible materials onto appliance
front.
•
Install combustible materials only up to specified clearances on top, front and side.
•
Seal joints between the finished wall and appliance top
and sides using only a 300oF minimum sealant.
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C. Finishing Styles
•
This model has multiple installation and finishing options.
The following section describe three basic installations.
CAUTION
Note: A 1/2 inch clearance must be maintained
between combustible materials and the front face of
the fireplace.
OPTION A: Flush Wall Finish
Kiva-style finished in a straight wall (see Figure 11.4).
Drywall or other finishing materials may be finished all
the way up to the finishing edge trim or unit front face,
but MUST NOT extend inside of finishing edge trim.
Finishing materials cut inside the provided template will
cause the door to not fit.
•
Finishing materials may be fastened or secured to unit
below the glass/front opening.
OPTION B: Kiva-style Arch
The second installation option requires the construction
of a kiva-style arch. This option recesses the unit into the
wall such that construction of a hearth is not necessary
(see Figure 11.5).
Figure 11.4 Flush wall installation
•
Unit is installed using framing dimensions found in
Figure 3.2.
•
Do not use nailing tabs provided on unit sides for
Option A.
•
Nailing tabs found in manual bag assembly or in
cardboard sleeve of packing. Install nailing tabs using
screws on upper unit sides (see Figure 11.3).
•
This places unit back 1/2 inch from framing studs such
that drywall or other material can be brought directly
across non-combustible board up to finish edge trim.
Í
Í
WARNING
Figure 11.5
•
Framing depth increases from that shown in Figure
3.2, (Dimension C). Dimension C will vary depending
on the depth of the desired kiva-style arch (see Figure
11.5).
•
Once depth of desired kiva-style arch is determined
(minimum of 3-3/32 inches and maximum 5 inches),
add that to Dimension C from Figure 3.2. Level, set
and secure fireplace using nailing tabs provided on
fireplace sides. Secure with screws or nails into BACK
of framing studs.
•
Kiva-style arch dimensions: Maximum depth
equals 5 inches (includes finish wall surface).
Minimum depth equals 3-3/32 inches.
Fire Risk.
1/2 Inch non-combustible board installed on front
face of fireplace MUST remain if using combustible
finishing materials.
•
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A cardboard template is printed on unit shipping
carton and may be used to help cut drywall or other
finishing materials. Simply cut along line and use it as
a template.
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NOTE: Previous numbers are for combustible
construction numbers. Arch may protrude up to
5-1/2 inches maximum as measured from unit
front face.
OPTION C: SOUTHWESTERN kiva-style
The third installation option illustrated is a corner-installation with custom finishing. This option requires advanced
finishing methods involving either combustible or non-combustible construction materials (see Figure 11.7).
NOTE: The kiva-style arch depth may be any size if
using noncombustible materials i.e. concrete, steel,
plaster, etc.
•
A template is provided on unit shipping carton.
Simply cut along the line and use as a template when
constructing kiva-style arch (see Figure 11.6).
CAUTION
Template for kiva-style arch represents MINIMUM inside
dimensions. When constructing kiva-style arch, you must
add thickness of finishing materials to achieve proper size
of finished arch.
Figure 11.7
•
A template is provided on the unit shipping carton.
Simply cut along the line and use as a template for
construction purposes.
•
The cardboard template provided represents MINIMUM
inside dimensions of the finished wall surface.
•
If finishing with plaster or drywall, a finish edge trim is
provided around door front on unit. Finishing materials
MUST not extend inside of the finish edge trim.
BACKING
MATERIAL
CAUTION
KIVA-STYLE ARCH
STRUCTURE
Finishing materials cut inside the provided template or inside
finish edge trim will cause the door not to fit.
FINISHING
MATERIAL
WARNING
Figure 11.6
Fire Risk.
•
Inside of the kiva-style arch can be finished using combustible materials. For example, thin drywall may be
layered to form around curved arch.
Follow minimum specified clearances found in
Section 16, (Appliance Dimensions Diagram)
and on fireplace exterior if using combustible
framing materials.
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Í
OPTION D: Flush Wall Finish with Luxor Surround
Kiva-style finished in a straight wall (see Figure 11.8).
3-in. GAP
SHEETROCK
EDGE
FINISHING STRIP
Figure 11.8 Flush wall installation with Luxor Surround
•
Unit is installed using framing dimensions found in
Figure 3.2.
•
Do not use nailing tabs provided on unit sides for
Option D.
•
Nailing tabs found in manual bag assembly or in
cardboard sleeve of packing. Install nailing tabs using
screws on upper unit sides (see Figure 11.3).
•
This places unit back 1/2 inch from framing studs such
that drywall or other material can be brought directly
across non-combustible board up to finishing strip.
Í
WARNING
Fire Risk.
1/2 Inch non-combustible board installed on front
face of fireplace MUST remain in place if using
combustible finishing materials.
Í
•
Í
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A cardboard template is printed on unit shipping
carton and may be used to help cut drywall or other
finishing materials. Simply cut along line and use it as
a template. For Luxor Surround, cut an additional 3 in.
wider than the template.
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Appliance Setup
A. Remove Shipping Materials
Placing the Ember Material
Remove shipping materials from inside or underneath the
firebox.
Ember material is shipped with this gas appliance. To place
the ember material:
• Embers CANNOT be placed directly over ports.
B. Clean the Appliance
Clean/vacuum any sawdust that may have accumulated
inside the firebox or underneath in the control cavity.
C. Accessories
Install approved accessories per instructions included with
accessories. See Service Parts List for appropriate accessories. Refer to Section 16.
• When placing Glowing Embers® onto the burner care
should be taken so that the ports are not covered. Place
the dime-size ember pieces near the ports, but not on the
ports (see Figure 12.1). Failure to follow this procedure
will likely cause lighting and sooting problems.
Place material near ports but do NOT cover
port openings.
WARNING
Shock or fire risk.
Use ONLY optional accessories approved for
this appliance.
• Using non-listed accessories voids
warranty.
• Using non-listed accessories may result in
a safety hazard.
• Only Hearth & Home Technologies
approved accessories may be used safely.
EMBER
MATERIAL
Figure 12.1 Placement of Embers
D.
Lava Rock and Ember Placement
WARNING
• Save the remaining ember materials for use during appliance servicing. The embers provided should be enough
for 3 to 5 applications.
Explosion Risk.
• Follow ember placement instructions in
manual.
• Do NOT place embers directly over
burner ports.
• Replace ember material annually.
Improperly placed embers interferes with proper burner
operation.
Placing the Lava Rock
Place the lava rock on the bottom of the firebox. Evenly
spread the lava rocks with your hand.
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E. Positioning the Logs
If the gas logs have been factory installed they should not
need to be positioned. If the logs have been packaged
separately, refer to the following instructions.
CAUTION: Logs are fragile! Carefully remove the logs
from the packaging. Before placing logs, remove shipping
bracket and tie straps from the burner and grate. Place the
lava rock on the bottom of the firebox. Evenly spread out
the lava rocks with your hand.
Log Assembly: LOGS-AZTEC
TIE STRAPS
TAB
GRATE
BURNER
1
2 3 4 5 6 7
8
Shipping Bracket
Figure 12.2
Figure 12.3
1
1
Figure 12.4
Figure 12.5
LOG #1 (SRV703-701):
Place log #1 between log tabs on the left side on the burner. The log should be pushed
forward until the groove in the log makes contact with the front log tab. The right side of the log should contact the firebox.
2
3
4
2
3
Figure 12.6
4
Figure 12.7
LOG #2 (SRV703-702): Place log #2 flush with grate tines 3 and 4. On the front of log #2 there is a location feature
to help locate the log. Slide the log to the right until the location feature contacts the fourth grate tine.
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GROOVES
FOR LOG #4
1
1
3
3
1
2
2
2
Figure 12.9
Figure 12.8
LOG #3 (SRV703-703): Place log #3 flush with grate tines 1 and 2. The right end of the log should make contact
with grate tine 2.
FLAT SPOT
FOR LOG #5
4
4
2
Figure 12.11
Figure 12.10
LOG #4 (SRV750-705): Place the top of log #4 in the groove in log #1. Place the base of the log into the groove
on log #3 such that the end of the log contacts grate tine 2.
5
5
Figure 12.12
4
Figure 12.13
LOG #5 (SRV703-704): Place the top part of log #5 on the flat spot of log #4. Slide the log back until it makes
contact with log #1.
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GROOVES
FOR LOG #7
6
3
6
Figure 12.15
Figure 12.14
LOG #6 (SRV750-706): Place log #6 in the groove in log #3. Log #6 must be placed parallel to the burner ports
behind the log. CAUTION: If log #6 is not parallel to burner ports then sooting may occur. Do not place logs directly on
burner ports.
FLAT SPOT
FOR LOG #8
2
7
7
1
Figure 12.17
Figure 12.16
LOG #7 (SRV750-704): Place the top portion of log #7 into the groove on log #1 and place the bottom of the log
in the groove in log #2.
8
2
8
Figure 12.18
Figure 12.19
LOG #8 (SRV703-705): Place log #8 on the flat spot on log #2.
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Positioning the Logs
If the gas logs have been factory installed they should not
need to be positioned. If the logs have been packaged
separately, refer to the following instructions.
Log Assembly: LOGS-BRAVO
CAUTION: Logs are fragile! Carefully remove the logs from the
packaging.
Before placing logs, check that the
sensor on the pilot assembly does
not contact the burner.
Remove shipping bracket and tie
straps from the burner and grate.
2
4
1
5
6
3
Place the lava rock on the bottom of
the firebox. Evenly spread the lava
rocks with your hand.
Figure 12.20
TAB
TIE STRAPS
SENSOR
GRATE
BURNER
Shipping Bracket
Figure 12.20
Figure 12.20
LEFT LOG
TAB
1
RIGHT LOG
TAB
ADJUST LOG SO
SURFACE IS FLUSH
GROOVE FOR
LOG #2
1
Figure 12.20
Figure 12.20
LOG #1 (SRV750-703): Place log #1 between log tabs on left side and right side of the burner. Place such that
bottom surface of log rests on burner surface (left).
704-936C
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2
RIGHT
GRATE
TINE
2
LOG #2 (SRV750-705): Place the top of log #2 in the groove on log #1. Place the base of the log on the inside
of the outer right grate tine with the grate tine fitting in the groove on log #2.
GROOVE FOR
LOG #4
3
3
LOG #3 (SRV750-706): Place log #3 with the base on the inner right grate tine. The top of the log should be
placed so that it doesn’t cover any ports on the burner.
GROOVE
FOR
LOG #5
LOG
TAB
4
2
LOG
TAB
LEFT
GRATE
TINE
4
2
GROOVE
LOG #4 (SRV750-704): Place log #4 such that the groove mates with the left grate tine. The upper end of the
log should mate with the flat spot on log #2.
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GROOVE
FOR
LOG #6
5
5
LOG #5 (SRV704-702): Place log #5 on right side of the grate. Position the base of the log on the log tab. The log
tab should insert into slot feature on back side of log. Place the top of the log into the groove on log #1.
6
6
LOG #6 (SRV704-701): Place log #6 on left side of grate. Position the base of the log on the log tab. Log tab should
insert into slot feature on back side of log. Place the top of the log into flat spot on log #1.
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F. Glass Assembly
G. Grilles and Trim
WARNING
Handle glass doors with care.
• Inspect the gasket to ensure it is
undamaged.
Install optional marble and brass trim surround kits as
desired. Marble, brass, brick, tile, or other noncombustible
materials can be used to cover up the gap between the
sheet rock and the appliance.
Shutter Settings
• Inspect the glass for cracks, chips or
scratches.
Burner
• Do NOT strike, slam or scratch glass.
• Do NOT operate appliance with glass door removed,
cracked, broken or scratched.
• Replace glass door assembly as a complete appliance.
Removing Glass Assembly
• Unscrew the two top wing bolts and unlatch the two bottom
spring clips (see Figure 12.14).
• Remove the front trim door and the glass door from the
appliance.
Replacing Glass Assembly
• Replace the glass door and a front trim door on the
appliance. Pull out and latch the spring clips into the
tabs on the glass frame and tighten the top wing bolts.
GLASS
CLIPS
Figure 12.14 Glass Assembly
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LP
1/8 in.
1/2 in.
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Operating Instructions
A. Before Lighting Appliance
This appliance has an Intellifire ignition system.
CAUTION
If installing Intellifire ignition battery backup:
• Do not install batteries if the backup mode may not be
used for extended time.
• Batteries may leak.
• Install batteries only when needed for power outage.
WARNING
HOT! DO NOT TOUCH.
SEVERE BURNS MAY RESULT.
CLOTHING IGNITION MAY RESULT.
Glass and other surfaces are hot during
operation and cool down.
• Keep children away.
• CAREFULLY SUPERVISE children in
same room as appliance.
• Alert children and adults to hazards of high temperatures.
Before operating this appliance have a qualified technician:
• Do NOT operate with protective barriers open or removed.
•
Remove all shipping materials from inside and/or
underneath the firebox.
• Keep clothing, furniture, draperies and other combustibles
away.
•
Review proper placement of logs, rockwool, lava
rock, and vermiculite.
•
Check the wiring.
•
Check the air shutter adjustment.
•
Ensure that there are no gas leaks.
•
Ensure that the glass is sealed and in the proper
position.
•
Ensure that the flow of combustion and ventilation air
is not obstructed (front grilles and vent caps).
WARNING
Glass door must be in place when
appliance is operating.
Risk of:
• Combustion Fumes
• Fire
Do NOT operate appliance with glass
door removed.
• Open viewing glass for servicing only.
This appliance has been supplied with an integral barrier to
prevent direct contact with the fixed glass panel. Do NOT
operate the appliance with the protective barrier removed.
Contact your dealer or Hearth & Home Technologies if the
barrier is not present or help is needed to properly install one.
WARNING
Improper installation, adjustment, alteration, service or
maintenance can cause injury or property damage. Refer
to the owner’s information manual provided with this appliance. For assistance or additional information consult a
qualified installer, service agency or the gas supplier.
WARNING
Do NOT use this appliance if any part has been under water.
Immediately call a qualified service technician to inspect the
appliance and to replace any part of the control system and
any gas control which has been under water.
• Glass door MUST be in place and sealed before
operating appliance.
• Only use glass door certified for use with appliance.
• Glass replacement should be done by qualified
technician.
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B. Lighting Appliance
Intellifire Ignition
FOR YOUR SAFETY
READ BEFORE LIGHTING
WARNING: If you do not follow these instructions
exactly, a fire or explosion may result causing property
damage, personal injury or loss of life.
A. This appliance is equipped with • Do not touch any electric switch; do
not use any phone in your building.
an intermittent pilot ignition (IPI)
device which automatically lights • Immediately call your gas supplier
the burner. Do not try to light the
from a neighbor’s phone. Follow
the gas supplier’s instructions.
burner by hand.
B. BEFORE LIGHTING, smell all • If you cannot reach your gas supplier, call the fire department.
around the appliance area for
gas. Be sure to smell next to C. Do not use this appliance if any part
the floor because some gas is
has been under water. Immediately
heavier than air and will settle on
call a qualified service technician
the floor.
to inspect the appliance and to
replace any part of the control
WHAT TO DO IF YOU SMELL GAS
system and any gas control which
• Do not try to light any appliance.
has been under water.
LIGHTING
INSTRUCTIONS
(IPI)
1. Turn off all electric power to the appliance.
2. This appliance is equipped with an ignition device which automatically lights the
burner. Do not try to light the burner by
hand.
GAS
VALVE
3. Wait five (5) minutes to clear out any gas.
Then smell for gas, including near the
floor. If you smell gas, STOP! Follow “B”
in the Safety Information located on the left
side of this label. If you don’t smell gas,
go to next step.
WARNING:
CAUTION:
4. Turn on all electric power to the appliance.
DO NOT CONNECT 110 VAC
TO THE CONTROL VALVE.
Hot while in operation. Do not touch.
Keep children, clothing, furniture,
gasoline and other liquids having
flammable vapors away.
5. To light the burner, flip the ON/OFF
switch to the “ON” position. (The ON/OFF
switch may include a wall switch if so
equipped).
Do not operate the appliance with
panel(s) removed, cracked or broken. Replacement of the panel(s)
should be done by a licensed or
qualified service person.
6. If the appliance will not operate, follow the
instructions “To Turn Off Gas to Appliance”
and call your service technician or gas
supplier.
NOT FOR USE
WITH SOLID FUEL
TO TURN OFF
GAS TO APPLIANCE
Improper installation, adjustment,
alteration, service or maintenance
can cause injury or property damage. Refer to the owner’s information manual provided with this
appliance.
This appliance needs fresh air for
safe operation and must be installed
so there are provisions for adequate
combustion and ventilation air.
If not installed, operated, and maintained in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions, this product
could expose you to substances in
fuel or fuel combustion which are
known to the State of California to
cause cancer, birth defects, or other
reproductive harm.
Keep burner and control compartment clean. See installation and
operating instructions accompanying
appliance.
For use with natural gas and propane. A conversion kit, as supplied
by the manufacturer, shall be used
to convert this appliance to the alternate fuel.
1. Turn off all electric power to the appliance
if service is to be performed.
2. Flip ON/OFF switch to the “OFF” position.
Also Certified for Installation in a
Bedroom or a Bedsitting Room.
For assistance or additional information, consult a qualified installer,
service agency or the gas supplier.
For additional information on operating your
Hearth & Home Technologies appliance, please refer to www.fireplaces.com.
Final Inspection by ______________________________
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C. After Appliance is Lit
Initial Break-in Procedure
When you light the appliance, you may notice that it produces heat which does have an associated odor or smell.
If you feel this odor is excessive it may require the initial
three to four hour continuous burn on high followed by a
second burn up to 12 hours to fully drive off any odor from
paint and lubricants used in the manufacturing process.
Condensation of the glass is normal.
NOTE: The appliance should be run three to four hours
on the initial start-up. Turn it off and let it cool completely.
Remove and clean the glass. Replace the glass and run
the appliance for an additional 12 hours. This will help to
cure the products used in the paint and logs.
During this break-in period it is recommended that some
windows in the house be opened for air circulation. This will
help avoid setting off smoke detectors, and help eliminate any
odors associated with the appliance’s initial burning.
CAUTION
• Prevent accidental appliance operation when not
attended.
• Unplug or remove batteries from remote control if absent
or if appliance will not be used for an extended period of
time.
• Property damage possible from elevated temperatures.
CAUTION
Smoke and odors released during initial operation.
• Open windows for air circulation.
• Leave room during initial operation.
• Smoke may set off smoke detectors.
Smoke and odors may be irritating to sensitive
individuals.
WARNING
WARNING
Fire Risk.
High Temperatures.
Keep combustible household items away from appliance.
Do NOT obstruct combustion and ventilation air.
• Do NOT place combustible items on top of or in front
of appliance.
• Keep furniture, draperies away from appliance.
Fire Hazard.
Keep combustible materials, gasoline
and other flammable vapors and liquids
clear of appliance.
• Do NOT store flammable materials in
the appliance’s vicinity.
• Do NOT use gasoline, lantern fuel, kerosene, charcoal
lighter fluid or similar liquids in this appliance.
• Combustible materials may ignite.
D. Frequently Asked Questions
ISSUE
SOLUTIONS
Condensation of the glass
This is a result of gas combustion and temperature variations. As the appliance warms, this
condensation will disappear.
Blue flames
This is a result of normal operation and the flames will begin to yellow as the appliance is allowed to burn for 20 to 40 minutes.
Odor from appliance
When first operated, this appliance may release an odor for the first several hours. This is
caused by the curing of the paint and the burning off of any oils remaining from manufacturing. Odor may also be released from finishing materials and adhesives used around the
appliance.
Film on the glass
Metallic noise
This is a normal result of the curing process of the paint and logs. Glass should be cleaned
within 3 to 4 hours of initial burning to remove deposits left by oils from the manufacturing
process. A non-abrasive cleaner such as gas fireplace glass cleaner may be necessary. See
your dealer.
Noise is caused by metal expanding and contracting as it heats up and cools down, similar to
the sound produced by a furnace or heating duct. This noise does not affect the operation or
longevity of the appliance.
Is it normal to see the pilot flame burn In an Intellifire ignition system it is normal to see the pilot flame, but it should turn off when
ON/OFF is turned off. In a standing pilot system the pilot will always stay on.
continually?
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14
Troubleshooting
With proper installation, operation, and maintenance your gas appliance will provide years of trouble-free service. If you do
experience a problem, this troubleshooting guide will assist a qualified service person in the diagnosis of a problem and the
corrective action to be taken. This troubleshooting guide can only be used by a qualified service technician.
A. Intellifire Ignition System
Sympton
1. The ignitor/module makes
noise, but no spark.
2. Pilot won’t light, there is no
noise or spark.
3. Pilot lights but continues to
spark, and main burner will not
ignite. (If the pilot continues to
spark after the pilot flame has
been lit, flame rectification has
not occurred.)
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Possible Cause
Corrective Action
a. Incorrect wiring.
Verify “S” wire (white) for sensor and “I” wire (orange) for ignitor
are connected to correct terminals on module and pilot assembly.
Reversed wires at the module may cause system to make sparking
noise, but spark may not be present at pilot hood.
b. Loose connections or electrical shorts in the wiring.
Verify no loose connections or electrical shorts in wiring from module to pilot assembly. Rod closest to pilot hood should be ignitor.
Verify connections underneath pilot assembly are tight; also verify
connections are not grounding out to metal chassis, pilot burner,
pilot enclosure, mesh screen if present, or any other metal object.
c. Ignitor gap is too large.
Verify gap of igniter to pilot hood. The gap should be approximately
.17 inch or 1/8 inch.
d. Faulty module.
Turn ON/OFF rocker switch or wall switch to OFF position. Remove
ignitor wire “I” from module. Place ON/OFF Rocker switch or wall
switch in ON position. Hold ground wire about 3/16 inch away from
“I” terminal on module. If there is no spark at “I” terminal module
must be replaced. If there is a spark at “I” terminal, module is fine.
Inspect pilot assembly for shorted sparker wire or cracked insulator
around electrode.
a. Transformer installed correctly.
Verify that transformer is installed and plugged into module. Check
voltage of transformer under load at spade connection on module
with ON/OFF switch in ON position. Acceptable readings of a good
transformer are between 3.2 and 2.8 volts AC.
b. A shorted or loose connection in wiring configuration or
wiring harness.
Remove and reinstall the wiring harness that plugs into module.
Verify there is a tight fit. Verify pilot assembly wiring to module.
Remove and verify continuity of each wire in wiring harness.
c. Improper wall switch wiring.
Verify that 110/VAC power is “ON” to junction box.
d. Module not grounded.
Verify black ground wire from module wire harness is grounded to
metal chassis of appliance.
e. Faulty module.
Turn ON/OFF rocker switch or wall switch to OFF position. Remove
ignitor wire “I” from module. Place ON/OFF Rocker switch or wall
switch in ON position. Hold ground wire about 3/16 inch away from
“I” terminal on module. If there is no spark at “I” terminal module
must be replaced. If there is a spark at “I” terminal, module is fine.
Inspect pilot assembly for shorted sparker wire or cracked insulator
around electrode.
a. A shorted or loose connection in sensor rod.
Verify all connections to wiring diagram in manual. Verify connections underneath pilot assembly are tight. Verify connections are
not grounding out to metal chassis, pilot burner, pilot enclosure or
screen if present, or any other metal object.
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Intellifire Ignition System - (continued)
Symptom
Possible Cause
Corrective Action
3. (Continued) - Pilot lights b. Poor flame rectification or contaminated
but continues to spark,
sensor rod.
and main burner will not
ignite. (If the pilot continues to spark after the pilot
flame has been lit, flame
rectification has not occurred.)
Verify that flame is engulfing sensor rod. If the pilot assembly does not have a ground strap, consider installing one
to increase flame rectification. Verify correct pilot orifice is
installed and inlet gas specifications. Flame carries rectification current, not the gas. If flame lifts from pilot hood,
the circuit is broken. A wrong orifice or too high an inlet
pressure can cause pilot flame to lift. The sensor rod may
be contaminated. Clean sensor rod with emery cloth.
3. (Continued) Pilot lights
but continues to spark,
and main burner will not
ignite. (If the pilot continues to spark after the pilot
flame has been lit, flame
rectification has not occurred.)
c. Module is not grounded.
Verify that module is securely grounded to metal chassis
of appliance. Verify that wire harness is firmly connected to
module.
d. Damaged pilot assembly or dirty sensor
rod.
Verify that ceramic insulator around the sensor rod is not
cracked, damaged, or loose. Verify connection from sensor rod to white sensor wire. Clean sensor rod with emery
cloth to remove any contaminants that may have accumulated on sensor rod. Verify continuity with a multimeter with
ohms set at lowest range.
e. Faulty module.
Turn ON/OFF rocker switch or wall switch to OFF position. Remove ignitor wire “I” from module. Place ON/OFF
Rocker switch or wall switch in ON position. Hold ground
wire about 3/16 inch away from “I” terminal on module. If
there is no spark at “I” terminal module must be replaced.
If there is a spark at “I” terminal, module is fine. Inspect
pilot assembly for shorted sparker wire or cracked insulator
around electrode.
a. Correct gas supply.
Verify that incoming gas line ball valve is “open”. Verify that
inlet pressure reading is within acceptable limits, inlet pressure must not exceed 14 in. W.C.
b. Ignitor gap is too large.
Verify that spark gap from ignitor to pilot hood is .17 in. or
1/8 in.
c. Module is not grounded.
Verify module is securely grounded to metal chassis of
appliance.
d. Module voltage output / Valve/Pilot
solenoid ohms readings.
Verify battery voltage is at least 2.7 volts. Replace batteries if voltage is below 2.7.
4. Pilot sparks, but Pilot
will not light.
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Maintaining and Servicing Appliance
Although the frequency of appliance servicing and maintenance will depend on use and the type of installation, a qualified
service technician should perform an appliance checkup at the beginning of each heating season.
WARNING
Risk of injury or property damage.
Before servicing:
• Turn off gas.
• Turn off electricity to appliance.
• Disable remote control, if one is present.
• Ensure appliance is completely cooled.
After servicing:
• Replace any screen or barrier that was removed.
• Reseal and reinstall any venting removed for servicing.
WARNING
Annual inspection by qualified technician recommended.
Check:
• Condition of doors, surrounds and fronts.
• Condition of glass, glass assembly and glass seal.
• Obstructions of combustion and ventilation air.
• Condition of logs.
• Condition of firebox.
• Burner ignition and operation.
• Burner air shutter adjustment
• Gas connections and fittings.
• Obstructions of termination cap.
Clean:
• Glass
• Air passageways, grilles,
control compartment
• Burner, burner ports
CAUTION
Handle glass assembly with care.
NOTE: Clean glass after initial 3-4 hours
operation. Longer operation without
cleaning glass may cause a permanent
white film on glass.
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 hot.
• Turn off appliance after 3-4 hours of operation and
ALLOW TO COOL.
• Remove and clean glass assembly.
• Replace glass assembly and operate appliance for
additional 12 hours.
Refer to maintenance instructions.
WARNING
Inspect external vent cap regularly.
• Ensure no debris blocks cap.
• Combustible materials blocking cap
may ignite.
• Restricted air flow affects burner operation.
Risk of:
• Fire
• Delayed ignition or explosion
• Exposure to combustion fumes
• Odors
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Inspect
Doors, Surrounds
and Fronts
Mantenance Tasks
1. Assess condition of screen and replace as necessary.
Recommend addition of screen if one is not present.
2. Inspect for scratches, dents or other damage and repair as necessary.
3. Verify no obstructions to airflow through the louvers.
4. Verify maintenance of proper clearance to combustible household objects.
Gasket Seal, Glass
Assembly and Glass
1. Inspect gasket seal and its condition.
2. Inspect glass panels for scratches and nicks that can lead to breakage when exposed to heat.
3. Confirm there is no damage to glass or glass frame. Replace as necessary.
4. Verify that latches engage properly, clip studs are not stripped, and glass attachment components are intact
and operating properly. Replace as necessary.
5. Clean glass. Replace glass assembly if severely coated with silicate deposits that cannot be removed.
Valve Compartment
and Firebox Top
1. Vacuum and wipe out dust, cobwebs, debris or pet hair. Use caution when cleaning these areas. Screw
tips that have penetrated the sheet metal are sharp and should be avoided.
2. Remove any foreign objects.
3. Verify unobstructed air circulation.
Logs
1. Inspect for broken, damaged, or missing logs. Replace as necessary.
2. Verify correct log placement and no flame impingement causing sooting. Correct as necessary.
Firebox
1. Inspect for paint condition, warpage, corrosion or perforation. Sand and repaint as necessary.
2. Replace appliance if firebox has been perforated.
Burner Ignition and
Operation
1. Verify burner is properly secured and aligned with pilot or igniter.
2. Clean off burner top, inspect for plugged ports, corrosion or deterioration. Replace burner if necessary.
3. Replace ember materials with new dime-size and shape pieces. Do not block ports or obstruct lighting paths.
4. Check for smooth lighting and ignition carryover to all ports. Verify there is no ignition delay.
5. Inspect for lifting or other flame problems.
6. Verify air shutter is clear of dust and debris.
7. Inspect orifice for soot, dirt or corrosion.
8. Verify manifold and inlet pressures. Adjust regulator as required.
9. Inspect pilot flame strength. Clean or replace orifice as necessary.
10. Inspect thermocouple/thermopile or IPI sensor rod for soot, corrosion and deterioration. Clean with emery
cloth or replace as required.
11. Verify millivolt output. Replace as necessary.
Venting
1. Inspect venting for blockage or obstruction such as bird nests, leaves, etc.
2. Confirm that termination cap remains clear and unobstructed by plants, etc.
3. Verify that termination cap clearance to subsequent construction (building additions, decks, fences or
sheds) has been maintained.
4. Inspect for corrosion or separation.
5. Verify weather stripping, sealing and flashing remains intact.
6. Inspect draft shield to verify it is not bent, damaged or missing.
Remote controls
1. Verify operation of remote.
2. Replace batteries in remote transmitters and battery-powered receivers.
3. Verify batteries have been removed from battery back-up IPI systems to prevent premature battery failure
or leaking.
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Î
Reference Materials
A. Appliance Dimension Diagram
Dimensions are actual appliance dimensions. Use for reference only. For framing dimensions and clearances refer to Section 3.
K
L
Ø J
I
M
ELECTRICAL
ACCESS
A
H
N
GAS LINE
ACCESS
C
G
B
D
O
P
E
F
Location
Inches
Millimeters
Location
Inches
Millimeters
A
34-3/8
875
I*
8-1/4
209
B
43-1/2
1104
J
8
203
12-1/8
308
6
154
C
6-1/8
157
K
D
3
77
L
E*
9-3/8
237
M
36
914
76
1930
F*
27-3/4
706
N
G
40
1015
O
2-7/8
74
H*
24-3/4
628
P*
7-3/8
188
*All dimensions in the front to back direction are taken
from the 1/2 inch standoffs on the front face of the unit.
Figure 16.1
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B.
Vent Components Diagrams
Pipe
Effective
Height/Length
DVP Pipe (see chart)
Effective Length
Inches
Millimeters
4
102
DVP4
DVP6
6
152
DVP12
12
305
DVP24
24
610
DVP36
36
914
DVP48
48
1219
DVP6A
3 to 6
76 to 152
DVP12A
3 to 12
76 to 305
DVP12MI 3 to 12
76 to 305
DVP24MI 3 to 24
76 to 610
10-1/2 in.
(267 mm)
45°
4-7/8 in.
( 276 mm)
10-7/8 in.
(276 mm)
DVP45 (45 ° Elbow)
11-3/8 in.
(289 mm)
10 in.
(254 mm)
10 in.
(254 mm)
1 in.
(25 mm)
7-3/8 in.
(187 mm)
24 in.
(610 mm)
1-1/4 in. (32 mm)
9-1/4 in.
(235 mm)
1/2 in. TYP
(13 mm)
13-1/4 in.
(337 mm)
DVP-FS (Ceiling Firestop)
DVP-AS (Attic Shield)
DVP90ST (90° Elbow)
12 in.
(305 mm)
1- 1/2 in.
(38 mm)
10 in.
(254 mm)
UP
5 in.
(127 mm)
1 in.
(25 mm)
8 in.
(203 mm)
14 in.
(356 mm)
12 in.
(305 mm)
6 in.
(152 mm)
DVP-HVS (Vent Support)
DVP-WS (Wall Shield Firestop)
Figure 16.2 DVP vent components
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B.
Vent Components Diagrams (continued)
8 in.
(203 mm)
Max
Effective
Length
15-1/8 in.
(384 mm)
EFFECTIVE LENGTH
Term Cap
14 in.
(566 mm)
Minimum
Maximum
Trap1
4-1/8 in. (105 mm)
5-5/8 in. (143 mm)
Trap2
6-3/4 in. (171 mm) 10-5/8 in. (270 mm)
DVP-TRAP SERIES
Horizontal Term Cap
DVP-TRAP1
DVP-TRAPK2
DVP-Trap2
DVP-TRAPK1
DVP-VTI
DVP-TH
Figure 16.3 DVP vent components
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B.
Vent Components Diagrams (continued)
7-3/8 in.
(187 mm)
1-1/2 in.
(38 mm)
3-7/8 in.
(98 mm)
14 in.
(356 mm)
17-3/4 in.
(451 mm)
10-1/2 in.
(267 mm)
DVP-TV
Vertical Termination Cap
12 in.
(305 mm)
DVP-TB1
Basement Vent Ca p
31 in.
(787 mm)
13-1/4 in.
(367 mm)
24-5/8 in.
(625 mm)
27-1/2 in.
(127 mm)
24-5/8 in.
(625 mm)
13-1/4 in.
(367 mm)
RF6M
Roof Flashing Multi-pak
13-3/4 in.
(349 mm)
RF12M
Roof Flashing Multi-pak
5 in.
(127 mm)
7-1/4 in.
(184 mm)
12-1/2 in.
(318 mm)
13-3/4 in.
(349 mm)
5-1/4 in.
(133 mm)
BEK
Trap Cap Brick Extension
DVP-TVHW
Vertical Termination Cap (High wind)
DVP and SL Series Components
13-7/8 in.
(352 mm)
11-5/8 in.
(295 mm)
9-1/2 in.
(241 mm)
12-1/8 in.
(308 mm)
7-1/8 in.
(181 mm)
14 in.
(356 mm)
5-3/4 in.
(146 mm)
DRC-RADIUS
Cap Shield
Figure 16. 4
COOL-ADD
Cap Shield
DVP vent components
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C. Service Parts List
Beginning Manufacturing Date: 3-02
Ending Manufacturing Date: ______
(NG, LP) Exploded Parts Diagram
3
19
7
18
1
6
17
4
5
2
8 Log Set Assembly
13
14
11
9
12
16
10
Part number list on following page.
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Service Parts List
AZTEC
IMPORTANT: THIS IS DATED INFORMATION. The most current information is located
on your dealer’s VIP site. When ordering, supply serial and model numbers to ensure
correct service parts.
ITEM
DESCRIPTION
SERIAL #
AVAILABLE
TO SHIP IN 24
HOURS
PART NUMBER
1
Battery Pack
593-594A
Y
2
Glass Door Assembly
GLA-BRAVO
Y
3
Pilot Assembly NG (must order whole assembly)
3
Pilot Assembly LP (must order whole assembly)
4
Burner NG
704-176A
Y
4
Burner LP
704-175A
Y
5
Log Grate
Y
Y
Y
Y
Pre 00241284
SRV704-178-NG
Post 00241284
2090-012
Pre 00240038
SRV704-178LP
Post 00240038
2090-013
6
Junction Box
7
18” Flex 3/8” Diameter
704-360A
100-250A
4021-013
567-301A
8
Log Set Assembly
LOGS-AZTEC
9
Log 1 Back Log
SRV703-701
10
Log 2 Front Right Log
SRV703-702
11
Log 3 Front Left Log
SRV703-703
12
Log 4 Front Left Inside Log
SRV750-705
13
Log 5 Left Side Log
SRV703-704
14
Log 6 Left Center Front Log
SRV750-706
15
Log 7 Right Side Log
SRV750-704
16
Log 8 Right Center Log
SRV703-705
3V Adaptor
593-593A
17
Finishing Strips
704-233
18
Glass Retainer
704-235
19
Non-Combustible Board
704-192
Patch Kit
SRV-PACK-CFX
Glass Latch Assembly
386-122A
Lava Rock Bag
705-420
Mineral Wool
050-721
Touch-up Paint
TUP-GBK-12
Decorative Front (Standard)
DF-AZTEC-BK
Pre 10-04
Post 10-04
Y
Y
Y
Y
ACCESSORIES
Trim Door Mesh
MESH-BRAVO
Remote Control Kit
RC-SMART-HTL
Remote Control Kit
SMART-STAT-HTL
Pewter Mesh Panel Door
DF-Bravo-PWT
Conversion Kit LP
DCKP-AZTEC
Y
Conversion Kit NG
DCKN-AZTEC
Y
Mystic Embers
Mystic-Embers
Additional service part numbers may appear on the following page.
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Service Parts
(NG, LP) Exploded Parts Diagram
Beginning Manufacturing Date: 3-02
Ending Manufacturing Date: ______
17
3
7
16
1
6
4
5
2
15
8
Log Set Assembly
9
14
12
11
10
Part number list on following page.
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Service Parts List
BRAVO
IMPORTANT: THIS IS DATED INFORMATION. The most current information is located on your dealer’s VIP site.
When ordering, supply serial and model numbers to ensure correct service parts.
ITEM
DESCRIPTION
SERIAL #
AVAILABLE
TO SHIP IN 24
HOURS
PART NUMBER
1
Battery Pack
593-594A
Y
2
Glass Door Assembly
GLA-BRAVO
Y
3
Pilot Assembly NG (must order whole assembly)
Pre 00241284
Post 00241284
SRV704-178-NG
2090-012
Y
Y
3
Pilot Assembly LP (must order whole assembly)
Pre 00240038
Post 00240038
SRV704-178-LP
2090-013
Y
Y
4
Burner NG
704-176A
Y
4
Burner LP
704-175A
Y
5
Log Grate
Y
Y
Y
Y
6
Junction Box
7
18” Flex 3/8” Diameter
704-360A
100-250A
4021-013
567-301A
8
Log Set Assembly
LOGS-BRAVO
9
Log 1 Back Log
SRV750-703
10
Log 2 Right Inside Log
SRV750-705
Pre 10-04
Post 10-04
11
Log 3 Small Log
SRV750-706
12
Log 4 Left Inside Log
SRV750-704
13
Log 5 Right Log
SRV704-702
14
Log 6 Left Log
SRV704-701
3V Adaptor
593-593A
15
Finishing Strips
704-233
16
Glass Retainer
704-235
17
Non-combustible board
704-192
Battery Pack
593-594A
Patch Kit
SRV-PACK-CFX
Glass Latch Assembly
386-122A
Lava Rock Bag
705-420
Mineral Wool
050-721
Y
Y
Y
ACCESSORIES
Trim Door Mesh
MESH-BRAVO
Remote Control Kit
RC-SMART-HNG
Remote Control Kit
SMART-STAT-HNG
Remote Control Kit
SMART-BATT-HNG
Wall Switch Kit, Off-white
WSK-21
Wall Switch Kit, White
WSK-21-W
Black Mesh Panel Door (Standard)
DF-Bravo-BK
Pewter Mesh Panel Door
DF-Bravo-PWT
Cabinet Mesh Doors, Black
CDM-Bravo-BK
Cabinet Mesh Doors, Pewter
CDM-Bravo-PWT
Conversion Kit NG SPI
NGKP-BRAVO
Y
Conversion Kit LP SPI
LPKP-BRAVO
Y
Additional service part numbers may appear on the following page.
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Service Parts
Beginning Manufacturing Date: 3-02
Ending Manufacturing Date: _____
(NG, LP) Exploded Parts Diagram
3
Intermittent Pilot Ignition
Valve Assembly
4
8
1
6
5
2
7
AVAILABLE
TO SHIP IN 24
HOURS
ITEM
58
DESCRIPTION
1
Jumper Wire
2
Wire Assembly
Thermostat Wire Assembly
3
SERIAL #
PART NUMBER
2012-206
Y
593-596A
2045-024
Y
Y
Flex Ball Valve Assembly
302-320A
Y
4
Valve NG
593-500
Y
4
Valve LP
593-501
Y
5
Module
593-592
Y
6
Wire Assembly
593-590A
Y
7
Valve Bracket
704-146
8
Valve Bracket Plate
704-246
Orifice NG (#42A)
060-800
Y
Orifice LP (#53A)
060-801
Y
PRE 10-04
POST 10-04
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D. Limited Lifetime Warranty
LIMITED LIFETIME WARRANTY
BRAVO GAS APPLIANCE PRODUCTS
BASIC ONE-YEAR WARRANTY. HEAT & GLO, a brand of HEARTH & HOME TECHNOLOGIES INC., located at 20802 Kensington
Boulevard, Lakeville, MN 55044, (“HEAT & GLO”) warrants to the original owner that your new HEAT & GLO Gas Appliance (the “Product”)
will be free from defects in materials and workmanship for a period of one year from the date of installation. During the first year, HEAT
& GLO will replace or repair, at its discretion, any defective components at its sole cost and expense, including payment of all reasonable
labor costs incurred in replacing or repairing such components. This basic warranty is subject to the conditions, exclusions and limitations
described below.
EXTENDED LIFETIME COVERAGE. HEAT & GLO warrants that the firebox, heat exchanger, log(s), and burner will not be defective in
material or workmanship during the period the Product is owned by the original owner, subject to the following conditions, exclusions and
limitations described below.
CONDITIONS, EXCLUSIONS AND LIMITATIONS:
1. This warranty applies to the original owner only and is nontransferable.
2. This warranty applies only to Products installed in the United States of America or Canada.
3. This warranty is limited to the replacement or repair of defective components or workmanship and HEAT & GLO may fully discharge all
obligations under this warranty by repairing or replacing, at its discretion, the defective components. The maximum amount recoverable
under this warranty is limited to the purchase price of the Product and, if HEAT & GLO is unable to provide replacement or repair in an
expedient and cost-effective manner, HEAT & GLO may discharge all obligations under this warranty by refunding the purchase price
of the Product. IN NO EVENT SHALL HEAT & GLO BE LIABLE FOR ANY INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES CAUSED
BY DEFECTS IN THE PRODUCT.
4. Any labor and related repair charges relating to the costs and expenses of replacing or repairing defective components under the Limited
Lifetime Warranty are not covered by this warranty, except as provided for under the Basic One-Year Warranty.
5. Components and parts made by other manufacturers, whether sold with the Product or added thereafter, are NOT covered by this
warranty unless expressly authorized and approved by HEARTH & HOME TECHNOLOGIES, INC. in writing.
6. Any damages caused by environmental conditions, inadequate ventilation or drafting caused by tight sealing construction of the structure,
air handling devices such as exhaust fans or forced air furnaces, or other such causes are not covered by this warranty.
7. This warranty will be void if:
a) The Product is not installed, operated and maintained in compliance with local building codes and with the instructions in the
Installer’s Guide, Owner’s Guide and Listing Agent Identification Label furnished with the Product.
b) Any parts or components made by other manufacturers are added or used in the Product, unless expressly authorized and approved by HEAT & GLO in writing.
c) Any service work is performed on the Product by anyone other than an authorized HEAT & GLO representative.
d) The Product is damaged due to shipping, improper handling, accident, abuse or misuse.
e) Fuels other than those specified in the Installer’s Guide and Owner’s Guide are used.
f ) Modification was made to the Product which was not expressly authorized and approved by HEARTH & HOME TECHNOLOGIES, INC.
in writing.
EXCEPT TO THE EXTENT PROVIDED BY LAW, HEAT & GLO MAKES NO EXPRESS WARRANTIES OTHER THAN THE WARRANTY
SPECIFIED HEREIN. THE DURATION OF ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY IS LIMITED TO THE DURATION OF THE WARRANTY SPECIFIED ABOVE.
Some states do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts, or do not allow exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential
damages, so those limitations may not apply to you. This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which
vary from State to State.
If warranty service is needed you should contact your installing dealer and if the installing dealer is unable to provide necessary parts or
components, contact the nearest authorized HEAT & GLO dealer or supplier.
NOTES TO CUSTOMER:
1. In order to insure proper installation, operation and maintenance HEAT & GLO strongly recommends annual servicing
by an authorized HEAT & GLO dealer.
2. Please complete this information and retain this warranty in a safe place for future reference: Installation Date:______
Model #:_________________ Serial #:______________ Installing Contractor:______________________
3. HEAT & GLO reserves the right to make changes at any time, without notice, in design, material, specifications and
prices of the Product. HEAT & GLO also reserves the right to discontinue styles and products.
© 2005 Hearth & Home Technologies Inc.
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Limited Lifetime Warranty
Aztec Gas Appliance (Fireplace)
Limited Lifetime Warranty
HEARTH & HOME TECHNOLOGIES INC. (“HHT”) extends the following warranty for HEATILATOR® gas appliances installed
in the United States of America or Canada (the "Appliance"). Dealers and employees of HHT have no authority to make any
warranty or authorize any remedies in addition to or inconsistent with the terms of this warranty.
Limited Lifetime Warranty
HHT warrants the Appliance for component failure due to a manufacturing defect of any of the following components: combustion
chamber, burner pan, and logs. The Limited Lifetime Warranty specified above is subject to the conditions, exclusions and
limitations listed below, is for the period the Appliance is owned by the original homeowner only, and is nontransferable.
1 Year Limited Warranty
HHT warrants the Appliance to be free from failure of any of the following components for a period of one year after installation:
valve, flexible gas line connector, glass panel, fan, direct vent chimney components, factory paint, gasket, piezo ignitor,
thermopile, thermocouple, junction box, pilot assembly, shutoff valve, high limit switch, refractory liners, transformer, and
control box. If the Heatilator Appliance is found to be defective in either material or workmanship within one year of the date of
original installation, HHT will provide replacement parts at no charge and pay reasonable labor and freight costs, and is for the
period of one year following the date of original installation of the Appliance.
Conditions, Exclusions, & Limitations of Liability
A.
Both the Limited Lifetime and 1 Year Limited Warranties supplied by HHT apply only while the Appliance is in its location
of original installation. HHT’s obligation under this warranty does not extend to damages resulting from (1) installation,
operation or maintenance of the Appliance not in accordance with the Installation Instructions, Operating Instructions,
and the Listing Agent Identification Label furnished with the Appliance; (2) installation which does not comply with local
building codes; (3) shipping, improper handling, improper operation, abuse, misuse, accident or unworkmanlike repairs;
(4) environmental conditions, inadequate ventilation or drafting caused by tight sealing construction of the structure,
air handling devices such as exhaust fans or forced air furnaces, or other causes; (5) use of fuels other than those
specified in the Operating Instructions; (6) installation or use of components not supplied with the Appliance or any other
components not expressly authorized and approved by HHT; and/or (7) modification of the Appliance not expressly
authorized and approved by HHT in writing. This warranty is limited to only the component parts manufactured or
supplied by HHT.
B.
HHT’s liability under both the Limited Lifetime Warranty and the 1 Year Limited Warranty is limited to the replacement
and repair of defective components or workmanship during the applicable period. HHT may fully discharge all of its
obligations under such warranties by repairing the defective component(s) or at HHT’s discretion, providing replacement
parts at no charge and paying reasonable labor and freight costs.
C.
EXCEPT TO THE EXTENT PROVIDED BY LAW, HHT MAKES NO EXPRESS WARRANTIES OTHER THAN THE
WARRANTY SPECIFIED HEREIN. THE DURATION OF ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY IS LIMITED TO DURATION OF
THE WARRANTY SPECIFIED ABOVE.
D.
Some states do not allow exclusions or limitations of incidental or consequential damages, so those limitations may not
apply to you. This warranty gives you specific rights; you may also have other rights which vary from state to state.
How to Obtain Service
To obtain service under this warranty you must:
1.
Send written notice of the claimed condition to Heatilator Technical Service Department, Hearth & Home Technologies,
1915 W. Saunders Street, Mt. Pleasant, Iowa 52641-1563. You may also register your claim online at www.heatilator.
com.
2.
Provide proof of purchase, model number, serial number, and manufacturing date code to HHT.
3.
Provide HHT reasonable opportunity to investigate the claim, including reasonable opportunity to inspect the Appliance
prior to any repair or replacement work and before the Appliance or any component of the Appliance has been removed
from the place of original installation.
4.
Obtain HHT’s consent to any warranty work before the work is done.
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:
If you would like information on current HEATILATOR products or want to locate a dealer in your area, call 1-800-927-6841.
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Contact Information
Hearth & Home Technologies Inc.
20802 Kensington Boulevard, Lakeville, MN 55044
www.fireplaces.com
Please contact your Hearth & Home Technologies dealer
with any questions or concerns.
For the number of your nearest Hearth & Home Technologies dealer,
please call 1-888-427-3973 (Bravo) or 1-800-927-6841 (Aztec).
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