Valor 650IRP Operating instructions

H4 SERIES
Model 650IRN (Natural Gas)
Model 650IRP (Propane)
Direct Vent Gas Fireplace Heater
Installation & Operating Instructions
HOT GLASS WILL
CAUSE BURNS.
INSTALLER: Leave this manual
with the appliance.
DO NOT TOUCH GLASS
CONSUMER: Retain this manual
UNTIL COOLED.
for future reference.
NEVER ALLOW CHILDREN Please read this manual
BEFORE installing and operating
TO TOUCH GLASS.
this appliance.
This appliance may be installed in an
WARNING: If the information in these
after-market permanently located,
instructions is not followed exactly, a fire
manufactured (mobile) home where not
or explosion may result causing property
prohibited by local codes.
damage, personal injury or loss of life.
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 the 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 is only for use with the type
of gas indicated on the rating plate. This
appliance is not convertible for use with
other gases, unless a certified kit is used.
This appliance is a domestic room-heating
appliance. It must not be used for any other
purposes such as drying clothes, etc.
This appliance is suitable for installation in a
bedroom or bed sitting room.
Massachusetts: The piping and final
gas connection must be performed by a
licensed plumber or gas fitter in the State of
Massachusetts. Also, see Carbon Monoxide
Detector requirements under “Safety and
Warning Information” on page 5.
Manufactured by
MILES INDUSTRIES LTD., British Columbia, Canada
www.valorfireplaces.com
4002031-11
© 2011, Miles Industries Ltd. All rights reserved.
Thank You ...
For purchasing a Valor by Miles Industries. Your new radiant gas heater is a technical
appliance that must be installed by a qualified dealer. Each Valor fireplace is fully
tested during the production process for your safety and comfort.
Your unit has been professionally installed by:
Dealer Name _______________________________________
Phone Number ______________________________________
Should you encounter an operational problem, call your dealer immediately.
Do not try to repair the unit as you may cause an injury or damage the fireplace.
The information contained in this installation manual is believed to be correct at
the time of printing. Miles Industries Ltd. reserves the right to change or modify any
information or specifications without notice. Miles Industries Ltd. grants no warranty,
implied or stated, for the installation or maintenance of your heater, and assumes no
responsibility for any consequential damage(s).
Fireplace
Hearth
We recommend that our gas
hearth products be installed
and serviced by professionals
who are certified in the United
States by NFI (National Fireplace
Institute®).
Do not put
furniture or other objects
in this space in front of
the fireplace:
36” (0.9 m)
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Miles Industries Ltd.
190–2255 Dollarton Highway, North Vancouver, BC, CANADA V7H 3B1
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Table of Contents
Safety and Warning Information ..............................................................4
Specifications ............................................................................................7
Overview.....................................................................................................8
Dimensions ................................................................................................9
Framing ....................................................................................................10
Location....................................................................................................11
Venting......................................................................................................11
Co-Axial Venting ......................................................................................12
Co-Linear Venting ....................................................................................18
Appliance Preparation ............................................................................19
Gas Supply Installation ...........................................................................22
Liner Panels Installation .........................................................................23
Ceramic Rocks Installation.....................................................................24
Window Refitting & Baffle Installation...................................................26
Wall Switch Kit Installation .....................................................................27
Remote Control Initial Set-up .................................................................28
Operation Check & Aeration Settings Adjustment ...............................28
Remote Control Handset Wall Holder Installation ................................29
Owner’s Information................................................................................29
Remote Control Operation......................................................................32
Options .....................................................................................................35
Lighting Instructions ...............................................................................36
Wiring Diagram ........................................................................................37
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Approved Venting Components .............................................................38
Warranty ...................................................................................................40
Replacement Parts ..................................................................................41
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Safety and Warning Information
READ and UNDERSTAND all instructions carefully
before starting the installation. FAILURE TO
FOLLOW these installation instructions may result in
possible fire hazard and will void the warranty.
Prior to the first firing of the fireplace, READ the
Owner’s Information section of this manual.
DO NOT USE this appliance if any part has been
under water. Immediately, CALL a qualified service
technician to inspect the unit and to replace any part
of the control system and any gas control that has
been under water.
THIS UNIT IS NOT FOR USE WITH SOLID FUEL.
Installation and repair should be PERFORMED
by a qualified service person. The appliance and
venting system should be INSPECTED before initial
use and at least annually by a professional service
person. More frequent cleaning may be required due
to excessive lint from carpeting, bedding, etc. It is
IMPERATIVE that the unit’s control compartment,
burner, and circulating air passageways BE KEPT
CLEAN to provide for adequate combustion and
ventilation air.
Always KEEP the appliance clear and free from
combustible materials, gasoline, and other flammable
vapors and liquids.
NEVER OBSTRUCT the flow of combustion and
ventilation air. Keep the front of the appliance CLEAR
of all obstacles and materials for servicing and proper
operation.
Due to the high temperature, the appliance should be
LOCATED out of traffic areas and away from furniture
and draperies. Clothing or flammable material
SHOULD NOT BE PLACED on or near the appliance.
Children and adults should be ALERTED to the
hazards of high surface temperature and should STAY
AWAY to avoid burns or clothing ignition.
YOUNG CHILDREN should be CAREFULLY
SUPERVISED when they are in the same room as
the appliance. Toddlers, young children and others
may be susceptible to ACCIDENTAL CONTACT
BURNS. A physical barrier is recommended if there
are at risk individuals in the house. To restrict access
to a fireplace or stove, INSTALL AN ADJUSTABLE
SAFETY GATE to keep toddlers, young children and
other at risk individuals out of the room and away
from hot surfaces.
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This unit MUST be used with a vent system as
described in this installation manual. NO OTHER vent
system or components MAY BE USED.
This gas fireplace and vent assembly MUST be
vented directly to the outside and MUST NEVER be
attached to a chimney serving a separate solid fuel
burning appliance. Each gas appliance MUST USE
a separate vent system. Common vent systems are
PROHIBITED.
INSPECT the external vent cap on a regular basis to
make sure that no debris, plants, trees, shrubs are
interfering with the air flow.
The glass door assembly MUST be in place and
sealed before the unit can be placed into safe
operation.
DO NOT OPERATE this appliance with the glass
door removed, cracked, or broken. Replacement of
the glass door should be performed by a licensed or
qualified service person. DO NOT strike or slam the
glass door.
The glass door assembly SHALL ONLY be replaced
as a complete unit, as supplied by the fireplace
manufacturer. NO SUBSTITUTE material may be
used.
DO NOT USE abrasive cleaners on the glass door
assembly. DO NOT ATTEMPT to clean the glass door
when it is hot.
TURN OFF the gas before servicing this appliance.
It is recommended that a qualified service technician
perform an appliance check-up at the beginning of
each heating season.
Any safety screen or guard removed for servicing
MUST BE REPLACED before operating this
appliance.
DO NOT place furniture or any other combustible
household objects within 36” of the fireplace front.
BE CAREFUL not to put any decorating objects
sensitive to heat to close above or around the
fireplace as it gets very hot when operating.
DO NOT use this heater as a temporary source of
heat during construction.
This appliance is a DOMESTIC ROOM-HEATING APPLIANCE. It must not be used for any other purposes
such as drying clothes, etc.
Safety and Warning Information
Operating Your Fireplace for the First Time
When operating your new fireplace for the first time,
some vapors may be released due to the burning of
curing compounds used in the manufacture of the
appliance. They may cause a slight odor and could
cause the flames to be the full height of the firebox, or
even slightly higher, for the first few hours of operation.
It is also possible that these vapors could set off any
smoke detection alarms in the immediate vicinity.
These vapors are quite normal on new appliances. We
recommend opening a window to vent the room. After
a few hours use, the vapors will have disappeared and
the flames will be at their normal height.
State of California. Proposition 65 Warning.
Fuels used in gas, wood-burning or oil fired appliances,
and the products of combustion of such fuels, contain
chemicals known to the State of California to cause
cancer, birth defects and other reproductive harm.
California Health & Safety Code Sec. 25249.6.
State of Massachusetts Carbon Monoxide
Detector/Vent Terminal Signage
Requirements
For all side wall horizontally vented gas fueled
equipment installed in every dwelling, building or
structure used in whole or in part for residential
purposes, including those owned or operated by the
Commonwealth and where the side wall exhaust
vent termination is less than seven (7) feet above
finished grade in the area of the venting, including
but not limited to decks and porches, the following
requirements shall be satisfied:
1. INSTALLATION OF CARBON MONOXIDE
DETECTORS. At the time of installation of the side wall
horizontal vented gas fueled equipment, the installing
plumber or gas fitter shall observe that a hard wired
carbon monoxide detector with an alarm and battery
back-up is installed on the floor level where the gas
equipment is to be installed. In addition, the installing
plumber or gas fitter shall observe that a battery
operated or hard wired carbon monoxide detector
with an alarm is installed on each additional level of
the dwelling, building or structure served by the side
wall horizontal vented gas fueled equipment. It shall
be the responsibility of the property owner to secure
the services of qualified licensed professionals for the
installation of hard wired carbon monoxide detectors.
a. In the event that the side wall horizontally vented
gas fueled equipment is installed in a crawl space or
an attic, the hard wired carbon monoxide detector with
alarm and battery back-up may be installed on the next
adjacent floor level.
b. In the event that the requirements of this subdivision
can not be met at the time of completion of installation,
the owner shall have a period of thirty (30) days
to comply with the above requirements; provided,
however, that during said thirty (30) day period, a
battery operated carbon monoxide detector with an
alarm shall be installed.
2. APPROVED CARBON MONOXIDE DETECTORS.
Each carbon monoxide detector as required in
accordance with the above provisions shall comply
with NFPA 720 and be ANSI/UL 2034 listed and IAS
certified.
3. SIGNAGE. A metal or plastic identification plate
shall be permanently mounted to the exterior of the
building at a minimum height of eight (8) feet above
grade directly in line with the exhaust vent terminal for
the horizontally vented gas fueled heating appliance
or equipment. The sign shall read, in print size no less
than one-half (1/2) inch in size, “GAS VENT DIRECTLY
BELOW. KEEP CLEAR OF ALL OBSTRUCTIONS”.
4. INSPECTION. The state or local gas inspector of
the side wall horizontally vented gas fueled equipment
shall not approve the installation unless, upon
inspection, the inspector observes carbon monoxide
detectors and signage installed in accordance with the
provisions of 248 CMR 5.08(2)(a)1 through 4.
(b) EXEMPTIONS: The following equipment is exempt
from 248 CMR 5.08(2)(a)1 through 4:
1. The equipment listed in Chapter 10 entitled
“Equipment Not Required To Be Vented” in the most
current edition of NFPA 54 as adopted by the Board;
and
2. Product Approved side wall horizontally vented
gas fueled equipment installed in a room or structure
separate from the dwelling, building or structure used in
whole or in part for residential purposes.
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Safety and Warning Information
(c) MANUFACTURER REQUIREMENTS - GAS
EQUIPMENT VENTING SYSTEM PROVIDED.
When the manufacturer of Product Approved side
wall horizontally vented gas equipment provides a
venting system design or venting system components
with the equipment, the instructions provided by the
manufacturer for installation of the equipment and the
venting system shall include:
1. Detailed instructions for the installation of the venting
system design or the venting system components; and
2. A complete parts list for the venting system design or
venting system.
(d) MANUFACTURER REQUIREMENTS - GAS
EQUIPMENT VENTING SYSTEM NOT PROVIDED.
When the manufacturer of a Product Approved side
wall horizontally vented gas fueled equipment does
not provide the parts for venting the flue gases, but
identifies “special venting systems”, the following
requirements shall be satisfied by the manufacturer:
1. The referenced “special venting system” instructions
shall be included with the appliance or equipment
installation instructions; and
2. The “special venting systems” shall be Product
Approved by the Board, and the instructions for that
system shall include a parts list and detailed installation
instructions.
(e) A copy of all installation instructions for all Product
Approved side wall horizontally vented gas fueled
equipment, all venting instructions, all parts lists
for venting instructions, and/or all venting design
instructions shall remain with the appliance or
equipment at the completion of the installation.
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Specifications
Approvals & codes
Supply Gas
These appliances are certified by ANSI Z21.88-2009/CSA
2.33-2009 American National Standard / CSA Standard
for Vented Gas Fireplace Heaters for use in Canada and
USA. These appliances are for installation directly venting
through an outside wall or through the roof.
Model 650IRN is for use with natural gas.
Model 650IRP is for use with propane gas.
Conversion between fuels may only be done using the
approved conversion kits listed in the section Options.
These appliances comply with CSA P4.1-09 Testing
method for measuring annual fireplace efficiencies.
The installation must conform with local codes or, in
the absence of local codes with the National Fuel Gas
Code, ANSI Z223.1 or the Natural Gas and Propane
Installation Code CAN/CGA-B149. Only qualified
licensed or trained personnel should install these
appliances.
These appliances, when installed, must be electrically
grounded in accordance with local codes or, in the
absence of local codes, with the National Electrical
Code, ANSI/NFPA 70 or the Canadian Electrical Code,
CSA C22.1.
Heater engine unit 650IRN is used with natural gas
installations.
Heater engine unit 650IRP is used with propane gas
installations.
The supply pressure must be between the limits shown
in the table above.
The supply connection is
⅜ inch NPT.
The opening for the gas
supply line is at the left
side of the appliance.
Ratings
Venting options
Model
Gas
Altitude (Ft.)
Input Max. (Btu/h)
Input Min. (Btu/h)
Manifold pressure (in w.c..)
Min. Supply pressure (in. w.c.)
Max. Supply pressure (in. w.c.)
650IRN 650IRP
Natural Propane
0-4,500 *
24,000
24,000
6,500
13,000
3.95
10.5
5.0
11.0
11.0
14.0
*Tested to CGA - 2.17-91 High Altitude Standard in
Canada. In the USA, installations may require deration
over 2,000 feet—check local codes.
*High Altitude Installations
Input ratings are shown in BTU per hour and are
certified without deration for elevations up to 4,500 feet
(1,370 m) above sea level.
For elevations above 4,500 feet (1,370 m) in USA,
installations must be in accordance with the current
ANSI Z223.1 and/or local codes having jurisdiction.
Heating value of gas in some areas is reduced to
compensate for elevation—consult your local gas utility
to confirm.
For installations at elevations above 4,500 feet
(1,370 m) in Canada, please consult provincial and/or
local authorities having jurisdiction.
X
X
Wall Thickness
The vent system (when horizontally terminated)
is approved to pass through combustible wall
construction of up to 14 inches (36 cm) thick.
A non-combustible wall can be any thickness up to the
maximum horizontal run of vent pipe allowed for the
particular installation—see Venting section.
Direct vent installations (solid piping)
A list of all approved venting accessories is shown on
pages 38–39 of this manual.
NOTE: An 817VAK Vent Adapter is required in all
cases when using vent components other than Valor’s
551DVK Standard Vent Terminal.
Direct Vent Co-Linear Installations (flexible piping)
Converts the appliance outlet collars to accept two
3-inch diameter flex liners for installation into existing
solid-fuel burning fireplaces and chimneys. Requires a
co-linear adapter at the appliance and either a co-linear
terminal or co-linear-to-co-axial adapter and terminal
at the top of the chimney. A list of approved venting
accessories is shown on pages 38–39 of this manual.
Floor/Hearth
This appliance is approved for installation directly on
combustible material such as plywood and so on. Vinyl,
carpet, and soft flooring require sheet metal extending
the whole width and depth under the appliance.
This appliance does not require a hearth. Combustible
flooring may extend up to the front of the unit.
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Overview
Framing—See Framing section
Remote Handset Wall Holder
Fire On/Off Wall Switch
Min.
3/4”
(19 mm)
Field convertible
from top to rear
outlet
650IR
Wall Finish
May be combustible material.
NOTE: Finished wall surface,
including tiles, etc., MUST be
minimum 3/4” (19 mm) set back
from the front face of the heater.
Backing Plate required
(sold separately)
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Combustible framing
allowed beneath
fireplace. When
the appliance is
installed directly on
carpeting, tile or
other combustible
material other than
wood flooring, the
appliance shall be
installed on a metal or
wood panel extending
the full width and
recessed depth of the
appliance.
Bezel required
(sold separately)
Note: Unit
projects forward
of finished wall.
Allow for tile, etc.
Hearth (if used) may be
combustible material.
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Minimum 1/2” (13 mm) gap
required below backing plate
to surface of hearth or floor
in front for air flow. Raise
enrtire unit accordingly.
Dimensions
MINIMUM
3/4” (19 mm)
from finished
wall surface
to front of
appliance
Stand-off
See table
36”
(914 mm)
min.
32-3/16” (817 mm)
A
Mantel
See
table
23-1/8” (587 mm)
to rear vent center
B
38-5/8” (981 mm)
Stand-off
29-3/4” (756 mm)
30-3/4” (781 mm)
Stand-off
26-3/4” (679 mm)
3” (76 mm) min.
To side wall from
inner frame
in front of
the appliance
16” (406 mm)
8-1/4” (210 mm)
From finished
wall surface
to top vent
16”
(406 mm)
NOTE: Backing plate requires a MINIMUM of 1/2” (13 mm) space
to floor/hearth in front for air flow. Raise the appliance accordingly.
Mantel depth “A”
0–2”
(0–51 mm)
2–4”
(51–102 mm)
4–6”
(102–152 mm)
6–8”
(152–203 mm)
8–10”
(203–254 mm)
10–12”
(254–305 mm)
Mantel height “B”
31-1/4”
(794 mm)
34”
(864 mm)
35”
(889 mm)
36”
(914 mm)
37”
(940 mm)
38”
(965 mm)
For fronts and trims dimensions, refer to instructions provided with the fronts and trims.
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Framing
• A non-combustible hearth is not necessary in front of this appliance.
• Note that the unit is installed at the framing stage and fixed to framing using support angles. See page 20. The
wall finish is then installed over the support angles up to the front frame on the unit, on the sides and up to the
stand-offs on the top.
When the appliance is installed directly on carpeting, tile or other combustible material other than wood flooring, the
appliance shall be installed on a metal or wood panel extending the full width and depth of the appliance.
Wall Finish
38-3/4” (984 mm) to underside of
header and cavity height
30-3/4” (768 mm)
to wall finish
Combustible framing
allowed beneath fireplace.
When the appliance is
installed directly on
carpeting, tile or other
combustible material
other than wood
flooring, the appliance
shall be installed on a
metal or wood panel
extending the
full width and recessed
depth of the appliance
)
”
33
8
(83
MINIMUM 1/2” (13 mm) space
between bottom of backing
plate and surface of hearth or
floor finish in front for air flow
mm
16” (406 mm) min. straight out
or off the top venting.
Allow for elbow if rear vent with rise.
FRAMING DIMENSIONS
46” (1168 mm) min.
46” (1168 mm) min.
”
65
1
65
(1
.
in
)m
m
m
FRAMING IN A CORNER
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Location
Venting
Vent Material
Vent Penetration through Walls & Ceilings
This unit is approved for installation using 4 by 6-5/8
inches diameter approved co-axial direct vent pipes
and accessories listed on pages 38–39 of this guide.
Follow the installation instructions supplied with the
individual venting accessories.
Combustible: When penetrating through combustible
walls and ceilings, frame a minimum of 10 inch by
10 inch opening and ensure that the insulation is
kept clear of the vent pipe using either a wall shield
or thimble or an attic insulation shield. Follow the
installation instructions supplied with the individual
venting components.
Non-combustible: If the wall is totally non-combustible
(e.g. masonry block or concrete), mark for a 7 inch
circular hole.
In both cases, the center of the hole should line up with
the center line of the horizontal vent.
This unit may also be converted to co-linear venting
with two 3-inch pipes for use in solid-fuel burning
fireplaces and chimneys using approved adapters and
accessories listed on pages 38–39 of this guide.
Wall Thickness
The appliance vent is suitable for penetrating a
combustible wall assembly up to 14 inches in
thickness. A non-combustible wall can be of any
thickness up to the maximum horizontal run of vent
pipe allowed for the particular installation.
10” (254 mm)
Align the vent
center to the
center of the
frame
10” (254 mm)
Square opening
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Co-Axial Venting
Typical Co-Axial Venting Components
VERTICAL
TERMINATION
STORM
COLLAR
FLASHING
ATTIC
INSULATION
SHIELD
ATTIC
FIRESTOP
CEILING
FIRESTOP
90˚ ELBOW
PIPE
LENGTH
PIPE
LENGTH
HORIZONTAL
2-PIECE TERMINATION
WALL
THIMBLE
PIPE
LENGTH
PIPE
LENGTH
817VAK
817VAK
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Co-Axial Venting
Co-Axial Venting Rear Vent with No Vertical Rise
The horizontal vent run cannot be extended by the use of any vent accessory pipes.
* raise the
appliance by
at least 1/2”
(13 mm) from
surface of hearth
or floor finish in
front to allow
for air gap below
backing plate
Rear vent—no vertical rise
Vent pipe max.
15” (381 mm)
after 45° elbow
26” (660 mm) max.
vent length
(14” (356 mm) max.
enclosed within
combustible wall
cavity)
Use 835TG vent guard
with the 551DVK
termination located at
less than 7’ (2.13 m)
above ground
Approved
side wall
termination
23-1/8”
(587 mm)
from the
bottom of
appliance*
Approved
through wall
shield/thimble
Corner rear vent—no vertical rise
Important Installer Notice – Weather Sealing & Vapor Barriers
It is the installer’s responsibility to ensure that vent installations through exterior walls are
caulked and weatherproofed in such a manner as to:
• Prevent rain water from entering the wall from the weather side by adequately caulking the
outer vent plate to the exterior wall surface.
• Prevent moisture inside the home from penetrating into the wall structure by ensuring the
inside wall plate is adequately sealed to the inside vapor barrier.
• Prevent rain water and moisture from entering the walls by sealing the joints between the
outer vent tube and the inner and outer wall plates.
We recommend the use of a high quality polyurethane sealant.
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Co-Axial Venting
Horizontal Vent Termination Location
• The vent terminal must be located on an outside wall or through the roof.
• This direct vent appliance is designed to operate when an undisturbed airflow hits the outside vent terminal from
any direction.
• The minimum clearances from this terminal that must be maintained when located on an outside wall are shown
in figure below. Any reduction in these clearances could result in a disruption of the airflow or a safety hazard.
Local codes or regulations may require greater clearances.
• The vent terminal must not be recessed into a wall or siding.
• The vent terminal should be positioned where any snowdrifts will not cover it.
• 551DVK sidewall vent termination require the terminal guard 835TG when
Min. 72”
accessible—within 7’ of ground.
Max. 72”
G
V
A
Alcove detail
(open on one
side) Normal
ceiling/soffit
clearances
apply.
KEY
VENT TERMINAL LOCATIONS - MINIMUM DISTANCES
A
B
C
D
Clearance above grade, verandah, porch, deck or balcony
Clearance to window or door that may be opened
Clearance to permanently closed window (recommended to prevent condensation on window)
Vertical clearance to ventilated soffit located above the terminal within a horizontal distance of
2 feet (60 cm) from the center-line of the terminal
Clearance to unventilated soffit
Clearance to outside corner
Clearance to inside corner
Horizontal clearance to center-line of meter/regulator assembly located within 15 feet (4,6 m)
below the terminal
Clearance to service regulator vent outlet
Clearance to non-mechanical air supply inlet to the building or the combustion air inlet to any
other appliance
Clearance to a mechanical air supply inlet
Clearance above paved sidewalk or a paved driveway located on public property
Note: A vent must not terminate directly above a sidewalk or paved driveway, which is located
between two single-family dwellings and serves both dwellings
Clearance under a verandah, porch, deck or balcony
Only permitted if veranda, porch, deck or balcony is fully open on a minimum of 2 sides
beneath the floor
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
M
Note:
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Local codes and regulations may require different clearances.
MINIMUM
CLEARANCE
Inches
Cm
12
30
12
30
12
30
18
46
12
12
12
36
30
30
30
90
36
12
90
30
72
84
180
210
12
30
Co-Axial Venting
Co-Axial Venting Configurations with Vertical Rise
4 x 90º ELBOWS MAXIMUM
(or equivalent)
V3
3” min.
above top of
horizontal pipe
H2
1” min.
all around
vertical pipe
1” min. around
bottom & sides of
horizontal pipe
V2
Min. 6” rise
for top outlet
H1
V1
Min. 12” rise
45° elbow directly
on flue collar is
allowed with min. 6”
pipe between elbows
Max. 24” before
elbow
817VAK adapter:
required for top outlet;
required for rear outlet except
when connecting the 551DVK
terminal directly to the appliance.
Example 1
V Value = V1 (6’) + V2 (6’) + V3 (2’)= 14’
H Value = H1 (3’) + H2 (3’) = 6’
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Co-Axial Venting
How to Read the Venting Chart
The chart below applies to co-axial roof or wall
termination in installations with vertical rise. See page
13 for installations with no vertical rise.
1. The total length of the vent pipe cannot exceed
40 feet (12.2 m).
2. The minimum vertical height with roof termination is
10 feet (3.05 m).
3. Any combination of rise and run can be used as
long as they are within the allowable limits shown
on the chart below.
4. A maximum of four 90 degrees elbows—or
equivalent (2 x 45 degrees = 90 degrees)—can be
used.
5. Each 90 degrees elbow installed on the horizontal
plane is equivalent to a 3 feet horizontal pipe;
therefore, 3 feet must be subtracted from allowable
horizontal run. (45 degrees elbow is equivalent to
18 inches horizontal pipe.)
6. All horizontal pipe runs must be graded 1/4 inch per
foot upwards in the direction of the exhaust flow.
The final pipe length, when terminating through the
wall may be graded downwards slightly to prevent
water migration.
7. Maximum co-linear venting is 40 feet (12.2 m).
8. A restrictor is required for all installations—see
section Appliance Preparation section for more
information.
Venting Chart—Allowable Co-Axial Vent Configurations with Vertical Rise
Top outlet
Rear outlet
40
40
38
38
NO INSTALLATION
34
34
32
32
30
30
28
28
26
26
24
22
20
3
18
2
16
1
24
22
20
3
18
16
2
Example 1
1
0.5
14
14
1
2
1
3
12
12
10
10
8
8
6
6
4
4
2
1
NO INSTALLATION
1 2 3 4
5 6
8
10
Horizontal Run (ft)
16
NO INSTALLATION
36
Vertical Rise (ft)
Vertical Rise (ft)
36
12
14
16
2
2
3
NO INSTALLATION
0.5
1
2 3 4 5 6
8
10
12
Horizontal Run (ft)
14
16
Co-Axial Venting
Co-Axial Vertical Installations
• Check the roof pitch to determine which roof
flashing will be needed. See venting accessories list
on pages 38–39 for allowable components.
• The distance from the roof to the lowest terminal
discharge opening (“H” in figure) depends on
the roof pitch and must be in accordance with
the manufacturer’s instructions supplied with the
termination unit.
Note: The venting system for these appliances is
considered to be a Special Venting System. The
rule in the Installation Code requiring a minimum
vent height of 2 feet above any portion of a building
within 10 feet does not therefore apply.
• The minimum clearances to combustible materials
all round the vent pipes must be in accordance
with the dimensions shown in the Co-Axial Venting
section of this manual.
• Drop a plumb from the ceiling to the center of the
appliance vent opening. Mark the position on the
ceiling. Drill a small hole at the marked position.
• Determine the position where the vent will pass
through the roof. If directly above the position where
it penetrates the ceiling, drop a plumb from the roof
to the small hole in the ceiling and mark the roof at
this spot.
If rafters or other obstructions will prevent a vertical
exit or if clear attic space is desired, the roof outlet
can be offset using 45 degrees elbows.
Drill a small hole at the marked position.
• A ceiling firestop must be installed at the second
floor and higher floors.
A ceiling support should be used below the flat
ceiling.
To install the firestop and support, cut and frame a
10 inches (254 mm) square hole centered on the
small hole previously drilled.
• Fit vent accessory elbows and pipe lengths as
required up through ceiling support boxes and
firestops.
If installation includes offset, support the offsetting
pipes every 3 feet (1 m) with wall straps as shown.
• Cut a hole in the roof centered on the small hole.
The hole must allow for the minimum clearances to
combustible materials. See Venting section in this
manual.
• Fit pipe lengths through the roof. Fit roof flashing
securing it with roofing nails.
• Fit storm collar and termination cap.
Overhang should
not extend beyond
vent if within 48” of
termination cap
Horizontal
overhang
Termination
cap
Vertical
wall
Min.
18”
Min. 24”
(unvented soffit)
Min. 36”
(vented soffit)
Storm
collar
‘H’
Roof
flashing
Plumber’s tape
fixed to wall strap
Wall strap
Offset elbows
Roof Pitch
Minimum
‘H’ (feet)
Flat to 7/12
1’
Over 7/12 to 8/12
1.5’
Over 8/12 to 9/12
2’
Over 9/12 to 10/12
2.5’
Over 10/12 to 11/12
3.25’
Over 11/12 to 12/12
4’
Over 12/12 to 14/12
5’
Ceiling
firestop
Ceiling
support
Through the roof installation
Joists
”
10
)
m
4m
(25
(2
54 10”
m
m
)
Firestop hole
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Co-Linear Venting
Co-Linear Vent Installations
• The fireplace dimensions are shown in the
Dimensions section of this manual.
• Place the appliance (fitted with the co-linear adapter)
near the fireplace opening but allow space for
manipulating the chimney liners on to the appliance.
• Drop the 3-inch diameter flexible liners into the
chimney from outside.
• Fit the liners to the co-linear adapter paying attention
to inlet and exhaust and move the appliance to its
proper position. Be aware of the minimum liver bend
radius and maximum liner horizontal run shown on
page 14 of this manual.
• Fit the termination kit and flashing to the exterior of
the chimney.
3” min.
bend radius
2 x 3”
liners
Flashing
Approved co-linear
termination or approved
co-linear adapter
and approved
co-axial
termination
Co-linear
adapter
18” max.
horizontal run
Max.
40’
Secure the appliance to the floor or wall if necessary.
2 x 3”
liners
650
engine
Rear or Top Outlet Conversion to Co-Linear
Liners using Valor 556CLA Co-Linear Adapter.
NOTE: Min. 1/2”
gap required
for air flow
Co-linea
Co-linear
adapter
(Generic co-axial to co-linear adapter boxes may
also be used as an alternate to the 556CLA).
Only for use when retrofitting a solid-fuel burning
Co-Linear installation into existing F/P
fireplace and chimney.
The appliance must not be connected to a chimney flue
serving a separate solid-fuel burning appliance.
Requires 556CLA Co-Axial to Co-Linear Appliance Adapter (or, alternatively, a generic adapter), two lengths of
3-inch diameter flexible chimney liner, co-linear termination kit and flashing and either high wind vertical vent
terminal cap or a low profile vertical termination.
2 x 3” Liners
556CLA
556CLA
16”
Co-Axial to Co-Linear Adapter
(alternate to 556CLA)
556CLA Kit
556CLA on
Rear Outlet
16”
556CLA on
Top Outlet
Alternate to 559CLT/559FSK Conversion
10”
Co-Linear to Co-Axial
Adapter
10”
7-5/8” dia.
collar
3” Inlet & Exhaust
Collars
559CLT Co-Linear Terminal
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26-3/4”
26-3/4”
2 x 3” Liners
Flashing
559FSK Flashing Kit
Terminal Cap
Appliance Preparation
Window Removal
1. Turn the top two spring-loaded window bolts through 90 degrees to release
the window from the firebox.
2. Remove the bottom two spring-loaded window bolts.
3. Carefully lift the window away. Keep the window and bolts in a safe place.
Rear Vent Outlet Positioning
If installing with top vent outlet, ignore this stage.
If installing co-linear venting, see instructions supplied with the co-linear
adapter.
1. Remove the rear outlet cover plate and seal by unscrewing 12 screws. Keep
the seal and plate for fitting to the top.
2. Remove the top outer vent collar and seal by unscrewing 12 screws.
3. Remove the top inner vent collar and seal by unscrewing 8 screws.
4. Locate the inner collar and seal inside the rear outlet opening. Secure the
inner collar with 8 screws.
5. Fit the outer collar over inner collar. Loosely fit the 12 screws. Place the
adapter 817VAK or Valor terminal kit 551DVK over the collars to check
alignment. Tighten the 12 screws to secure the outer collar.
6. Fit the cover plate and seal (removed from the rear) to the top vent opening
with 12 screws.
817VAK Vent Adapter Fitting
If rear venting with Valor terminal unit 551DVK, ignore this stage.
1. Fit the adapter 817VAK over the appliance vent collars pushing on firmly.
2. For rear vent outlet connection, align the adapter so that the seam on
horizontal pipes is not at the bottom—check by temporarily fitting a pipe.
3. Drill through the adapter outer tube and appliance outer collar for no. 6
screws. Make sure that the drill does not penetrate the inner tubes.
4. Secure the adapter to the outer collar with two no. 6 thread-cutting screws
supplied.
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Appliance Preparation
Stand-off and Support Angles Installation
and Fitting
The distance from the support angles to the front face
of the heater case is adjustable to allow for a range of
wall finish material thickness (e.g. tile, etc.).
1. Check the wall finish requirements with the
homeowner.
2. Secure the side support angles from the inside of
the appliance using two screws provided. Set back
the support angles from the front of the appliance
by the thickness of the wall finish + 3/4” (19 mm) for
projection.
3. Remove two screws from the rear of the appliance’s
frame top.
4. Bend the 12-inch stand-off and fix it to the appliance
case with the two screws just removed as indicated.
5. Place the appliance in position in the framing.
6. Secure the appliance to the studs.
Note: The support angles screws may be loosened
later from the inside of the appliance to make final
adjustments.
Thickness of wall finish + extra 3/4” (19 mm)
(Appliance MUST project 3/4” (19 mm) in front
of the wall finish surface)
Fix to appliance
case with
two screws
Fit screws
from inside
case
Support angles and stand-off install
Support angles
adjustment
from inside
of the appliance
12-inch stand-off supplied flat
Support angles fitting
Rear Log Support Removal
Remove the rear log support to access to the rear
orifices for restrictors installation (5 screws).
Remove rear log support
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Appliance Preparation
Air Restrictors Fitting
No restrictors are required for appliances which only have a
horizontal vent run. If installing an appliance which has a rear vent
outlet connection and no vertical vent pipe rise, ignore this stage.
A restrictor set, shown right, is supplied with each 650 engine unit. The
restrictors cover part of the inlet air openings in the firebox rear wall
behind the rear log support.
The restrictor is assembled with an adjustable piece which can be moved
to different positions depending of the vent configuration. See the table
below to find out which position is optimal for each type of installation.
• To fit the restrictors, loosen the two center screws of the left and right
inlet ports. Place the restrictor assembly under the screw heads and
tighten the center screws.
• To set the adjustable restrictor piece, loosen the two screws, position the
adjustable piece according to the diagram below and tighten the screws.
Vent terminal
Horizontal
through wall
with vertical
rise
Appliance
vent outlet
Top
Vertical vent
pipe run
Use restrictor
setting
Less than
3’ (91 cm) to
6’ (183 cm)
Vent terminal
Horizontal
through wall
with vertical
rise
Appliance
vent outlet
Rear
Adjustable
piece
Air Restrictor Assembly
Vertical vent
pipe run
Less than
3’6” (107 cm)
to 6’ (183 cm)
From
6’ (1.83 m) to
20’ (6.1 m)
From
6’ (1.83 m) to
20’ (6.1 m)
From
20’ (6.1 m) to
40’ (12.2 m)
From
20’ (6.1 m) to
40’ (12.2 m)
Vent terminal
Vertical
through roof
Appliance
vent outlet
Top or rear
Use restrictor
setting
Vertical vent
pipe run
Use restrictor
setting
Less than
20’ (6.1 m)
From
20’ (6.1 m) to
40’ (12.2 m)
Rear Log Support Refitting
Refit the rear log support in place (5 screws).
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Gas Supply Installation
• The gas supply pipe should enter the appliance case through the opening
at the left side. The supply pipe should be connected to the appliance
gas inlet pipe situated at the left side of the control valve. Supply line
connection to the inlet pipe is 3/8 inch NPT (female).
If the circulating fan is to be installed, be aware that the supply pipe
run inside the case should be at the same height as the appliance
inlet pipe in order to clear the fan. If intending to fit an internal
isolating valve, check that it will be clear of the fan.
• Use only new black iron or steel pipes or copper tubing if acceptable—
check local codes. Note that in USA, copper tubing must be internally
tinned for protection against sulfur compounds.
X
X
• Unions in gas lines should be of ground joint type.
• The gas supply line must be sized and installed to provide a supply of gas sufficient to meet the maximum
demand of the appliance without undue loss of pressure.
• Sealant used must be resistant to the action of all gas constituents including propane gas. Sealant should be
applied lightly to male threads to ensure excess sealant does not enter gas lines.
• The supply line should include a manual shut-off valve to allow the appliance to be disconnected for servicing.
• A plugged 1/8 inch NPT tapping must be installed in the line. The tapping must be accessible for test gauge
connection and be immediately upstream of the gas supply connection to the appliance.
• Pressure test the supply line for leaks.
»
The appliance and its individual shut-off valve must be disconnected from the gas supply piping system
during any pressure testing of that system at test pressures in excess of 1/2 psig (3.5kPa).
»
The appliance must be isolated from the gas supply piping system by closing its individual manual shut-off
valve during any pressure testing of the gas supply piping system at test pressures equal to or less than 1/2
psig (3.5kPa).
»
Failure to either disconnect or isolate the appliance during pressure testing may result in regulator or valve
damage. Consult your dealer in this case.
• The minimum supply pressure is given in the Specifications section of this manual.
• All piping and connections must be tested for leaks after
installation or servicing. All leaks must be corrected immediately.
• When testing for leaks:
»
»
»
»
Make sure that the appliance is turned off.
Open the manual shut-off valve.
Test for leaks by applying a liquid detergent or soap solution
to all joints. Bubbles forming indicate a gas leak. Never use
an open flame to check for leaks.
Correct any leak detected immediately.
• The pressure test tapping locations are shown on the right. A
built-in non-adjustable regulator controls the burner manifold
pressure. The correct pressure range is shown in the table in
Specifications section of this manual. The pressure check should
be made with the burner alight and at its highest setting. See
Lighting Instructions section for full operating details.
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Manifold
Supply
pressure
pressure
test tapping
test tapping
Pressure test tappings
Liner Panels Installation
All liner panels can be installed as indicated below.
Unpack the liners carefully to avoid scratching or
damaging them.
1. Place the rear panel against the back of the firebox
on the ledge of the rear log support. Make sure the
bevel part is at the top.
4. Insert the top panel over the left side panel while
holding the top panel forward up the slope. Rotate
the right side of the top panel upwards and place it
over the top of the right panel. Slide the top panel
down the slope of the firebox as far as possible to
close the gap with the rear panel and to maximize
the gap above the front edge of the top panel.
2. Hold the left hand side panel at an angle and insert
its bottom edge inside the firebox. Rotate the panel
to a vertical position ensuring that the top edge is
behind the flange of the firebox. Pull the panel as
forward as possible against the left edge of the
firebox.
3. Hold the right hand side panel at an angle and insert
its bottom edge inside the firebox. Rotate the panel
to a vertical position ensuring that the top edge is
behind the flange of the firebox. Pull the panel as
forward as possible against the right edge of the
firebox.
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Ceramic Rocks Installation
Unpack the ceramic rocks kit very carefully to avoid damaging the fragile material. Install the components as shown
below. Please note that the position of the rocks and twigs (if used) is critical to ensure proper performance
of the appliance.
1. Install the Front Support Platform in the firebox
carefully sliding it down between the burner
and the front bottom edge for the firebox while
avoiding scraping the side ceramic panels.
To
p
B
ot
to
m
2. Place the rock ceramic base on the log support
behind the burner. The front bottom of the base
must rest against the vertical tab of the spacer
brackets.
3. Install the ceramic platform in the firebox
rotating down to insert the front first behind
the Front Support. Lay the back of the ceramic
platform against the rear ceramic panel again
being careful not to scrape the ceramic panels.
Warning: This platform
is quite fragile. DO NOT
force it in place.
Fuel Bed Base
Installed
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2
1
Ceramic Rocks installation
4. The underside of each ceramic rock is identified by a number and a specific protruding
positioning triangle.
Install the six rocks from left to right starting
with rock no. 1.
Note: The ceramic base may need to be slightly
adjusted side-to-side to allow stones to fit within
the platform.
Rock
identification
Triangular
hole in
ceramic
base
All Rocks Installed
5. Place the glass panel in its cavity formed by the
Front Support and the Ceramic Platform.
6. Place the left twig across the
second and third rocks from the
left; rest its end on the glass
near the edge of the platform as shown. Make
sure to leave a gap between the twig and the
first rock to allow flame to come up between
the twig and the rock.
7. Place the right twig across the
second and third rocks from the
right; rest its end on the glass
about 1 cm from the edge of the
platform as shown. Make sure to leave a gap
between the twig and the first rock to allow
flame to come up between the twig and the
rock.
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Window Refitting & Baffle Installation
1. Slide the window inside the appliance case and rest
it on the firebox front bottom tabs. Refit the bottom
two bolts. The bolts should be screwed in securely.
2. Refit the top two bolts securing by turning them
through 90 degrees.
3. Hook the window baffle to the top of the window
frame. Be careful not to hook it onto the firebox
frame—see images below.
4. Grab the top of the window and baffle and pull them
forward and release to check that the window opens
slightly and returns confirming the good function of
the spring-loaded mechanism.
5. Similarly check the bottom of the window by pulling
it forward and releasing.
firebox
frame
Window Baffle
window
frame
Rear view detail—window assembly with window
baffle hooked on frame
(appliance shown without its front frame and baffles for clarity)
cut out heat baffle (for clarity)
window frame
appliance top frame
window baffle
window baffle
Appliance front view
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Wall Switch Kit Installation
4. Take the switch wire and plug it into the receiver’s
connection slot as indicated (the other slot should
already be fitted with the valve’s wire harness
connector). See diagrams below.
IMPORTANT: The connection can only be done
one way. Do not force it or damage the pins!
5. On the outside of the fireplace, run the switch wire
into the outlet box.
6. Plug the wire into the switch plate and to the outlet
box.
7. Reconnect the ignition wire to the receiver if it was
previously removed.
IMPORTANT: Make sure the ignition wire DOES
NOT TOUCH the receiver’s antenna.
8. Insert 4 AA batteries in the receiver. Replace the
cover.
9. Test the operation of the wall switch.
10. Fix the wall cover plate to the outlet box.
11. Replace the receiver in its position and as well as
the antenna if deployed.
IMPORTANT: The antenna MUST NOT TOUCH
the ignition wire.
CAUTION
DO NOT PUT BATTERIES IN THE REMOTE
CONTROL RECEIVER until the wires are
connected to the burner control unit as shortcircuit could result in the destruction of the
electrical components.
The wall switch kit is connected to the receiver in the
fireplace. The receiver is located left of the control
valve under the burner module.
1. Decide where the switch is to be installed. Install an
electrical outlet box (not supplied).
2. Thread the switch wire through an access hole in
the appliance.
CAUTION
Do not run the switch wire over the top of the
firebox. Route the wire so it does not contact the
firebox.
3. Pull out the receiver box. Remove the batteries
from the receiver box if it contains any. You can
remove the ignition wire to improve access to the
receiver.
CAUTION
Wall Switch Harness
Ignition Wire
DO NOT USE a screwdriver or
other metallic object to remove
the batteries from the receiver or
the handset! This could cause a
short circuit to the receiver.
CAUTION
Antenna
Valve Wire Harness
To avoid short-circuit to the
receiver, position the antenna so
that it DOES NOT TOUCH the
ignition wire.
IMPORTANT: The connection
can only be done one way.
Do not force it or damage the
pins on the receiver box!
Ignition Wire Connection
(spade type connector)
Be careful when removing and
reinstallaing: not to bend or break
the spade connector
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Remote Control Initial Set-up
The receiver and the handset of the remote control
system must be initially synchronized before the first use.
1. Insert alkaline batteries in the remote control
receiver and handset. The receiver is located left of
the control valve under the burner module.
2. With a sharp object, press and hold the receiver’s
reset button until you hear one short and one long
beeps. Release the reset button after the second
beep.
3. Within the subsequent 20 seconds, press the small
flame button ( ) on the remote handset until you
hear two short beeps confirming the sychronization
is set.
This is a one time setting only and is not required when
changing the batteries in the remote receiver. The
remote control system is now ready to use.
Operation Check & Aeration Settings Adjustment
Operation Check
Turn the fireplace flame up and down using the
remote control to confirm that the full range of inputs
is achieved—see the remote control operation
instructions on pages 32–35.
In a few unusual installations, the flame picture may
be improved by adjusting the aeration. The need for
adjustment should be determined only by operating the
appliance with the ceramic rocks and window installed.
Aeration Settings
Increasing aeration will cause the flames to appear
more transparent and blue showing more ceramic rock
glow.
Light the fire and allow the unit to warm up for 10–15
minutes to evaluate the flame picture. Burners are
equipped with an adjustable shutter to control primary
aeration. See the figures below. The shutter is
factory-set to an aeration gap which will give optimum
performance for the vast majority of installations.
Decreasing aeration will cause the flames to appear
more yellow or orange showing less ceramic rock glow.
Too little aeration may result in black carbon
forming and dropping into the firebox.
Air Shutter
NG
LPG
Close
Flashback
shield (for
LPG only)
Open
NG Air Shutter
Slider & Cover
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Close
Open
LPG Air Shutter
Slider
Close
Open
Remote Control Handset Wall Holder Installation
The remote control kit for this fireplace comes
complete with a wall-mounted holder. This
holder is not required in all installations but
is provided as an optional feature for those
customers who wish to mount the remote
handset to the wall.
To install the holder to the wall, find a
convenient location and use the hardware
provided with the kit. See the diagram on the
right for required hardware and configurations.
Note that the holder can be installed at the base
of a light switch plate.
Packing Contents:
Alternative 2
Alternative 3
1 Wall Bracket A
2 Screws B
1 Screw C
2 Wall Anchor D
1 Spacer E
(detach before assembly)
Switch Plate
1 Wall Bracket F
Alternative 1
IMPORTANT. The location of the remote
control handset is important to assure proper temperature regulation. To obtain a constant temperature, we
recommend that the handset should be between 3 and 15 feet away from the appliance but not directly
above it. We also advise that the handset should be located away from any other heat source and not in
direct sunlight as this may affect the temperature sensor located in the remote handset.
Owner’s Information
Cleaning
CAUTION
Your fireplace becomes very hot when operating.
Avoid placing decorating objects sensitive to heat
within 36 inches (0.9 m) around it.
Performance of LPG appliances may be affected by
the quality of commercial gas supplied in your area.
Warranty
Card at the
back of this
manual.
Read the Safety
Information
section on page 4
of this manual.
Fireplace
Hearth
Do not put
furniture or other objects
in this space in front of
the fireplace:
36” (0.9 m)
Operating Your
Fireplace
For your safety, this appliance is fitted with a flame
supervision device which will shut-off the gas supply
if, for any reason, the pilot flame goes out. This device
incorporates a fixed probe, which senses the heat
from the pilot flame. If the probe is cool, the device will
prevent any gas flow unless manually lighting the pilot.
See full lighting instructions on page 36 of this manual.
WARNING
DO NOT TOUCH THE GLASS WHILE IT IS HOT!
Let the fireplace cool first before cleaning it.
Important - Glass cleaning - Mineral deposits
One of the by-products of the combustion process in a
gas appliance is a mineral which can show up as a white
film on the ceramic glass of the window.
The composition of the deposit varies widely from various
locations and also from time to time in the same location. It
seems this is associated with the varying sulfur content of
the gas. You may have the problem for a time and then not
see it for many months when it will reappear in your area.
We have discussed this problem with ceramic glass
manufacturers and they cannot give us a definitive
answer to this problem. Dealers have tried various
cleaning products with varying results. The following
recommendations does not guarantee results in your
particular case.
NOTE: This is a problem beyond Miles Industries’
control and is not covered under warranty.
• Clean the glass regularly as soon as you notice the
buildup (white film). If the film is left for a longer period
of time, it will bake on. It is then much harder, if not
impossible, to remove.
• NEVER use an abrasive cleaner on the ceramic
glass. Any abrasion of the surface has the immediate
effect of compromising the strength of the glass. An
emulsion type cleaner is recommended.
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Owner’s Information
•
•
Use a soft damp cloth to apply the cleaner. Dry the
glass with a soft, dry, preferably cotton cloth. Most
paper towels and synthetic materials are abrasive to
ceramic glass and should be avoided.
Our dealers have had good results from the products
listed below. We cannot, however, guarantee the
results of these products.
» BRASSO, POLISH PLUS by KELKEM, COOK TOP CLEAN
CREME by ELCO, WHITE OFF by RUTLAND, TURTLE WAX
DO NOT CLEAN THE GLASS WHILE IT IS HOT!
Always securely replace the window before lighting.
If broken, the glass pane may only be replaced
as a complete window unit as supplied by the
manufacturer.
To remove the window for cleaning:
1. Unhook the window baffle located on top of the window
frame.
2. Turn the top two spring-loaded window bolts through
90 degrees to release the window from the firebox.
3. Remove the bottom two spring-loaded window bolts.
4. Carefully lift the window away. Keep the window,
window baffle, and bolts in a safe place.
To refit the window:
1. Slide the window inside the appliance case and rest it
on the firebox front bottom tabs. Refit the bottom two
bolts. The bolts should be screwed in securely.
2. Refit the top two bolts securing by turning them
through 90 degrees.
3. Hook the window baffle to the top of the window frame.
Be careful not to hook it onto the firebox frame—see
image below and page 26.
4. Grab the top of the window and baffle and pull them
forward and release to check that the window opens
slightly and returns confirming the good function of the
spring-loaded mechanism.
5. Similarly check the bottom of the window by pulling it
forward and releasing.
Soot or dust can be brushed from the ceramic rocks and
firebox walls using a soft brush. Dust can also be removed
from the burner using a soft brush after removing the
ceramic logs. When cleaning, make sure that no particles
are brushed into the slots of the burner.
Checks
A periodic check of the pilot and burner flames should
be made. Check after the fire has been on for at least
30 minutes. The pilot flame must cover the tip of the
thermocouple probe. The main burner flame pattern will
vary from appliance to appliance depending on the type of
installation and climatic conditions.
Correct Flame Picture
Pilot Flame can be
seen on the left of
the first rock
Pilot flame
Thermocouple
probe must be
in flame
firebox
frame
window
frame
(appliance shown without its front frame for clarity)
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The appliance area must always be kept clear and free
from combustible materials, gasoline and other flammable
vapors and liquids.
Inspect the vent terminal outdoors regularly to make sure
that snow, trees, bushes, leaves, or other objects do not
obstruct it.
Examine the vent system and terminal regularly. We
recommend annually.
Owner’s Information
Batteries
Fireplace Control Devices
CAUTION
DO NOT USE a screwdriver or other metallic object
to remove the batteries from the receiver or the
handset! This could cause a short circuit to the
receiver.
There are two ways to control your fireplace.
1. Thermostatic Remote Control
2. Wall Switch
CAUTION
To avoid short-circuit to the receiver, position the
antenna so that it DOES NOT TOUCH the ignition
wire.
Low battery signal: see page 35.
BEFORE changing the batteries, turn off the valve
using the wall switch’s On/Off button.
The appliance uses four 1.5 V AA alkaline batteries for
its remote control receiver and one 9 V alkaline battery
for its handset. The batteries should last one to two
seasons, depending on usage. Removing the batteries
in the off-season will extend the battery life. Should the
batteries loose power, the control may be operated by
manually turning the control knob at the valve or by
turning off the valve at the switch.
To replace the batteries in the remote control
receiver:
1. The receiver is located to the left of the valve and it
is retained to the firebox by a Velcro tab. Grab the
receiver and pull it out from its location.
2. Slide and remove the receiver cover.
3. Replace the 4 AA batteries.
4. Replace the cover.
5. Put the receiver back in its position pushing it in so it
attaches to the Velcro tab.
Thermostatic Remote
Control
Wall Switch
The Thermostatic Remote Control can be programmed
to function automatically—see pages 32–35.
The Wall Switch can be used to turn on, off, and to
increase or decrease the flame height.
Please note that the remote control in the AUTO mode
will override the wall switch.
If you decide to only use the wall switch and not
use the remote control, remove the battery from the
handset and store it away.
If you plan not to use your fireplace for a prolonged
period of time, remove the battery from the remote
handset and turn off the gas valve using the wall
switch.
Servicing
If any attention is required for your appliance, contact
your supplier quoting the model number. It will be helpful
if the appliance’s serial number can also be quoted. This
number is on the rating plate, which is located under the
burner. The replacement parts are shown at the end of
this manual. Please always quote the part number and
description when requesting spare parts.
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Remote Control Operation
NOTE: Before using the remote control system for the first time, the receiver and the handset must be
synchronized. See the section Remote Control Initial Set-up on page 28 in this manual.
Your fireplace remote control helps you get the comfort, convenience and aesthetics you want from your gas fireplace.
The remote controls your fireplace in different ways.
IMPORTANT: BEFORE YOU BEGIN, please note that on this system, the settings of time, temperature and automatic
ON/OFF can only be programmed when the function display is flashing. Be patient when programming as it can take
a few seconds to set.
Current
temperature
(F or C)
Period
start or end
(Temp, Timer)
Current
programmed
period (Timer)
Handset
sensor
Battery status
Current time
(12 or 24 hour clock)
Modes (Manual,
Temperature, Timer)
Display Overview
Note: In the TEMP or TIMER modes, the remote
handset senses the room temperature and adjusts the
flame accordingly.
To communicate, the handset should be within 15 feet
(4.5 meters) of the fireplace.
Do not leave the handset on the mantel or hearth.
Set (scrolls
through
modes and
settings)
OFF (returns
to set mode,
turns the burner
and the pilot off )
Large flame
button (flames
up, sets hours,
temperature)
Small flame
button (flames
down and off,
sets minutes,
temperature)
Handset Overview
Turning your fireplace ON
IMPORTANT: When the pilot is lit, the valve motor
turns automatically to maximum flame height.
1. Make sure that the MAN knob on the valve is in ON position.
2. Make sure that the switch on the valve is in the I position.
3. Press and hold the OFF and (large flame) buttons until you hear a short acoustic signal.
Release the buttons.
The acoustic signals will continue until the pilot lights. The remote control will go automatically into
TEMP mode. The flame will be at maximum height until the remote control reads the temperature
(factory set) and will then adjust the flame accordingly.
You can put the remote in MAN manual mode, change the temperature in TEMP mode or
program your remote in TIMER mode as indicated in the following sections.
Turning your fireplace OFF
1. Press the (small flame) button to reduce the flame to pilot.
2. Press the OFF button to turn the pilot off.
Alternately, you can press the O button on the switch if you won’t use your fireplace for a long
period of time, if you cannot locate your remote control handset or if you wish to change the
batteries.
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Remote Control Operation
Operation Modes
STANDBY MODE—Ignited pilot only.
MAN
MAN MODE—Manual Mode. You can use this mode to adjust the flame height up or down.
☼TEMP TEMP MODE—Daytime Temperature Mode (appliance must be in Standby mode; pilot ignited): The room temperature is measured and compared to the set temperature. The flame height is then automatically adjusted to achieve the
Daytime set temperature.
☽TEMP TEMP MODE—Nighttime Setback Temperature Mode (appliance must be in Standby mode, pilot ignited): The room
temperature is measured and compared to the Nighttime Setback temperature. The flame height is then automatically
adjusted to achieve the Nighttime Setback temperature.
TIMER MODE—(appliance must be in Standby mode, pilot ignited): The Timer setting allows you to set two burner
ON times and two burner OFF times for every 24-hour period.
TIMER
Scrolling through modes and functions
Briefly pressing the SET button changes the operation sequences in the following order:
MAN
→ ☼TEMP → ☽TEMP → TIMER → and back to MAN.
NOTE: MAN mode can also be reached by pressing either the
Mode
Sun
☼
Moon
or
buttons.
☽
TEMP
Daytime temperature setting
Nighttime temperature setting
TIMER
Start time setting
Stop time setting
Flame Height
The flame height can be adjusted in the following manners. In MANUAL mode,
1. Press the
(large flame) button to turn on the main burner.
2. Press the
(large flame) button to increase the flame height.
3. Press the
(small flame) button to decrease the flame height or to go to pilot Standby position.
For fine adjustments, tap the
and
buttons.
NOTE: While pressing either button, a symbol indicating transmission appears on the upper right
hand corner of the display. The receiver confirms transmission with an acoustic signal.
Time
To set the time, follow the steps below.
1. The display indicates °C/24-hour or °F/12-hour clock. To change from one to the other, press
and hold both the OFF and buttons until the display changes.
2. To set the time, hold down both the and buttons until the display flashes. Let go.
3. Quickly press the button to set the hour and the button to set the minutes.
Note: You must start setting the time while the display is flashing. If it stops flashing, go back to 2.
4. Press the OFF button to return to manual mode or simply wait and it will automatically return to
Manual mode.
hours
minutes
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Remote Control Operation
Temperature
Use this setting when you come in and want to enjoy a set temperature.
1. Select either the ☼TEMP MODE or the ☽TEMP MODE by briefly pressing the SET button.
2. Hold the SET button until the TEMP display flashes.
3. Set the desired temperature with the or the buttons.
Note: 4.5°C/40°F is the minimum temperature setting.
4. Press the OFF button or simply wait and the display will go to the temperature control mode.
Note: If you would like the Nighttime Setback temperature control to turn off, decrease the
☽TEMP MODE setting until [---] appears on the display.
Your fireplace will reach the set temperatures and the remote handset will check the temperature every five minutes, adjusting the amount of fuel needed to give you a steady, even heat.
5. The display must remain in TEMP mode on the remote handset.
Timer
It is possible to program two periods of time per day at which your fireplace will turn on and off
automatically.
For example, you can set your fireplace to turn on in the morning just before you get up (P1 ☼
[start time]) and to turn off when you leave for the day (P1 ☽ [stop time]). Then, you can set your
fireplace to turn on again at the end of the day (P2 ☼ [start time]) and to turn off when you go to
bed at night (P2 ☽ [stop time]).
If you wish to set only one time period at which your fireplace will turn on and off, program P2 ☼
[start time] and P2 ☽ [stop time] for the same time as P1 ☽ [stop time].
1. Select TIMER mode by briefly pressing the SET button.
2. Press and hold the SET button until TIMER is displayed on the lower right hand side.
3. Press and hold the SET button until P1 ☼ and the time display flashes. Set the start time by
pressing the button for the hour and the button for the minutes. Then, briefly press SET
to P1 ☽ and set the stop time in the same manner you just set P1 ☼.
4. Briefly press the SET button again for the next burner cycle time, which will be P2 ☼ and P2 ☽.
5. Once all four times are set, press OFF or simply wait to complete programming.
6. The remote handset must remain in TIMER mode to function automatically.
hours
minutes
Timer Programming Example (default temperatures shown)
6:00 a.m.—
P1
Start time
☼
Set temp
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5:00 p.m.—
P2
Start time
9:00 a.m.—
P1 ☽
End time
☼
74˚F
Set temp
9:00 p.m.—
P2 ☽
End time
☼
☽
40˚F
Set temp
☼
74˚F
Set temp
6:00 a.m.—
P1
Start time
☼
☽
40˚F
Remote Control Operation
Low Battery Indication
Remote handset: BATT will appear on the display when
the battery needs to be replaced.
Replace with one 9 V alkaline battery.
CAUTION
DO NOT USE a screwdriver or other metallic object
to remove the batteries from the battery box or the
handset! This could cause a short circuit.
Receiver: Three short ‘beeps’ will sound when the motor
turns when the batteries need to be replaced. Replace with four 1.5 V alkaline batteries.
NOTE: With very low battery, the valve shuts off the fire completely. This does not happen when the power supply is
interrupted.
Handset / Receiver Match
The remote control handset and receiver are programmed to function together. In case of a replacement of the handset
or the receiver, you will need to reset the receiver to allow them to function together. Contact your dealer for details
Automatic Standby Mode
If there is no transmission from the handset to the receiver within a 6-hour period, the appliance will go to Standby
(pilot) mode.
Options
Required Kits
Optional Kits
Liners (choose one)
618EBL—Enamel Black Liner (Steel)
620FBL—Fluted Black Liner (Ceramic)
621VRL—Valor Red Brick Liner (Ceramic)
622LSL—Ledgestone Liner (Ceramic)
755CFK—Circulating Fan Kit
Having variable speed and temperature control, it
is designed to boost the natural convection process
through the appliance. It may be fitted before the
fireplace is installed or retrofitted at a later date
provided power is available.
NOTE: The power supply to the fan should be
controlled by a wall switch to allow convenient ON/OFF
control of the fan.
650NGK—Natural Gas Conversion Kit
For conversion from propane to natural gas. Intended
primarily for post installation conversion in areas where
natural gas was not available at the time of initial
installation.
650PGK—Propane Gas Conversion Kit
For conversion from natural gas to propane gas.
Surrounds (choose one)
660LSV—Landscape Surround Vintage Iron
662SSV—Square Surround Vintage Iron
Inner Bezel (choose one—required with Surround)
661BSB—Inner Bezel Black
661BSN—Inner Bezel Nickel
661BSC—Inner Bezel Copper
661BSP—Inner Bezel Polished
Hearth Gate (optional)
Hearth gates such as Kidco’s are available at retail
stores carrying safety products for children.
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Lighting Instructions
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 has a pilot which must be lighted by hand, remote control, or wall switch. Follow these instructions
exactly. To save gas, turn the pilot off when not using the appliance for a prolonged period of time.
B. BEFORE LIGHTING, smell all around the appliance area for gas. Be sure to smell next to the floor because
some gases are heavier than air and will settle on the floor.
WHAT TO DO IF YOU SMELL GAS
• Do not try to light any appliance.
• Do not touch any electric switch; do not use any phone in your building.
• Immediately call your gas supplier from a neighbor’s phone. Follow the gas supplier’s instructions.
• If you cannot reach your gas supplier, call the fire department.
C. Use only your hand to push in or turn the control knobs. Never use tools. If the knobs will not push in or turn by
hand, don’t try to repair them; call a qualified service technician. Force or attempted repair may result in a fire or
explosion.
D. Do not use this appliance if any part has been under water. Immediately call a qualified service technician to
inspect the appliance and to replace any part of the control system and any gas control, which has been under water.
LIGHTING INSTRUCTIONS
1. STOP! Read the safety information above.
2. TO CLEAR ANY GAS, turn main valve off by pressing OFF (red dot) button on remote
handset (1).
1
• Wait five (5) minutes to clear out any gas, then smell for gas, including near the floor. If you
OFF
smell gas, STOP! Follow “B” in the safety information above on this label. If you don’t smell
gas, go to the next step.
Fig 1
3. AUTOMATIC IGNITION: MAN-knob (2) in ON position. Ensure Flame Adjustment
knob (3) is set to lowest setting () (Fig. 1). Locate the pilot (Fig. 3.) inside of
firebox at left hand side.
• On the remote control handset, press the OFF button (red dot) and large flame
button () simultaneously; a short acoustic signal confirms the start has begun.
• Further short acoustic signals indicate the ignition process is in progress.
5
• When the pilot is lit, the Flame Adjustment knob (3) will automatically rotate to
the highest setting.
• Press the small flame button () on the remote control handset to reduce the
flame height.
Fig 3
4. MANUAL IGNITION: MAN-knob (2) in MAN position (Fig. 2). With the window
Fig 2
off, locate the pilot (Fig. 3) inside of firebox at left hand side.
• Set Flame Adjustment knob (3) to the lowest setting ().
• Push down the metallic core (4) with a pen or similar instrument; this will establish
the pilot gas flow.
• Light gas at the pilot (5) with a match.
• Continue holding down metal core (4) for about 10 seconds; after release, pilot
should remain lit.
• If the pilot will not stay lit after several tries, turn the gas control knob (3) to OFF () and call your local
service technician or gas supplier.
• Reinstall the window and set the MAN-knob (2) to ON; turn Flame Adjustment knob (3) up () or down ()
manually or use the flame buttons ()() buttons on the remote control handset to adjust the flame height.
TO TURN OFF GAS TO APPLIANCE
AUTOMATIC SHUT-OFF (using the remote control handset):
• Press and hold the small flame button () on the remote control handset to shut-off the main burner gas flow.
• Press OFF button (red dot) on remote handset to shut-off the appliance, including pilot flame.
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Wiring Diagram
Wall Switch Kit
Connector
Yellow
Red
GV60 Wiring Diagram
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Approved Venting Components
APPROVED DIRECT VENT SUPPLIERS FOR VALOR MODELS 530, 534, 535, 650, AND MF28
MILES
INDUSTRIES
—
—
—
551DVK
4DT-HC
TM-4HT
—
—
—
Deluxe Co-axial
—
—
TM-4DHT
—
—
—
High Wind Co-axial
—
—
—
SV4CHC
—
—
Horizontal
Vertical
Termination Caps
Vent Adapters /
Couplers
Aluminum
Flexible
Liner
Adjustable Pipe Length
4” x 6-5/8”
DV 45°
Elbows
DV 90°
Elbows
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SECURE
VENT
—
46DVA-HC
ICC EXCEL
DIRECT
—
Standard Co-axial
SELKIRK
Co-axial Kit, 26” long
Venting Parts Description
SIMPSON
DURA-VENT
RLH
INDUSTRIES
Venting Parts Code / availability by Manufacturer
Standard Co-axial
46DVA-VC
4DT-VC
TM-4VT
—
HSDV4658-1313
—
High Wind Co-axial
46DVA-VCH
—
—
SV4CGV
—
—
Extended Co-axial
46DVA-VCE
—
—
—
—
—
Co-linear
HS-C33U-99
—
—
—
3PDVCV
Snorkel, 14” Rise
46DVA-SNK14
4DT-ST14
TM-4ST14
—
—
—
Snorkel, 36” Rise
46DVA-SNK36
4DT-ST36
TM-4ST36
—
—
—
Universal Adapter 3”
Flex Coupler
2150
—
TM-CFAA3
—
—
—
Co-linear Flex Connector
46DVA-ADF
—
—
—
—
—
Co-axial-to-Co-linear
Adapter
46DVA-GCL
—
TM-4CAA
—
—
556CLA
Co-linear-to-Co-axial
Adapter
46DVA-GK
—
TM-4CTA
—
—
—
3” diameter
2280 Series
3” ACFL
4” to 10”
1-1/2” to 6”
1-1/2” to 12”
1-1/2” 24”
Galvanized
Black
Galvanized
Black
Galvanized
Black
Galvanized
Black
—
4DT-ADJ
4DT-ADJ(B)
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
SV4LA
SV4LBA
TC-4DLT
SV4LA12
TC-4DLTB
SV4LBA12
—
SV4LA24
SV4LBA24
46DVA-E45
—
TE-4DE45
—
Black
46DVA-E45B
—
TE-4DE45B
SV4EBR45
Galvanized Swivel
—
4DT-EL45
Black Swivel
—
4DT-EL45(B)
Galvanized
46DVA-E90
—
TE-4DE90
—
TE-4DE90B
SV4EBR90
Black
46DAV-E90B
—
—
4DT-EL90
Black Swivel
—
4DT-EL90(B)
559CLT
NOTE: 2-ply liner approved to CAN/ULC S635 suitable for
venting gas appliances. As manufactured by Z-Flex.
Galvanized
Galvanized Swivel
HS-C33F-1313
—
—
SV4E45
SV4EB45
SV4E90
SV4EB90
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
Approved Venting Components
ICC EXCEL
DIRECT
SECURE
VENT
6” long
46DVA-06
4DT-06
TC-4DL6
SV4L6
Black
46DVA-06B
4DT-06(B)
TC-4DL6B
SV4LB6
Pipes 4” x 6 5/8” ( ID x OD )
9” long
Galvanized
46DVA-09
4DT-09
Black
46DVA-09B
4DT-09(B)
12” long
Galvanized
46DVA-12
4DT-12
TC-4DL1
SV4L12
Black
46DVA-12B
4DT-12(B)
TC-4DL1B
SV4LB12
18” long
Galvanized
46DVA-18
4DT-18
Black
46DVA-18B
4DT-18(B)
24” long
Galvanized
46DVA-24
4DT-24
TC-4DL2
SV4L24
Black
46DVA-24B
4DT-24(B)
TC-4DL2B
SV4LB24
36” long
Galvanized
46DVA-36
4DT-36
Black
46DVA-36B
4DT-36(B)
Flashings
—
—
—
—
—
—
SV4L36
SV4LB36
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
Galvanized
46DVA-48
4DT-48
TC-4DL4
SV4L48
Black
46DVA-48B
4DT-48(B)
TC-4DL4B
SV4LB48
Roof Flashing
0/12-6/12
46DVA-F6
4DT-AF6
TF-4FA
SV4FA
—
—
Roof Flashing
7/12-12/12
46DVA-F12
4DT-AF12
TF-4FB
SV4B
—
—
Flat Roof Flashing
46DVA-FF
—
TF-4F
SV4F
—
559FSK
Masonry Flashing
—
—
TF-4MF
—
—
—
48” long
Various Venting System Parts
—
MILES
INDUSTRIES
SELKIRK
Galvanized
Venting Parts Description
RLH
INDUSTRIES
SIMPSON
DURA-VENT
Venting Parts Code / availability by Manufacturer
Wall Thimble
46DVA-WT
4DT-WT
TM-4WT
SV4RSM
—
—
Storm Collar
46DVA-SC
4DT-SC
TM-SC
SV4AC
—
—
Decorative Plate
46DVA-DC
4DT-CS
TM-4TR
SV4PF
—
—
Cathedral Ceiling
Support
46DVA-CS
4DT-CCS
—
—
—
—
Ceiling Firestop /
Floor Support
46DVA-FS
4DT-FS
TM-CS
—
—
Attic Radiation Shield /
Firestop
—
—
TM-4AS
—
—
—
SV4BF
SV4SD
Wall Strap
46DVA-WS
4DTWS
TM-WS
—
—
—
Vinyl Siding Standoff
46DVA-VSS
4DT-VS
TM-VSS
SV4VS
—
—
Elbow Strap / Offset
Support
46DVA-ES
4DT-OS
TM-OS
—
—
—
Terminal Guard
46DVA-WG
—
—
—
—
835TG
Notes:
1) All listed above co-axial pipes and fittings require Valor 817VAK Adapter Kit to fit Valor’s smooth collars.
2) Follow instructions supplied with each manufacturer’s components.
3) Unless otherwise specified, all the parts and assemblies from the above table are to be used with 4” x 6-5/8” pipes.
4) Do not mix components from different vent manufacturers.
5) Termination caps manufactured by RLH Industries are from Homestyle Chimney Collection and can be ordered in one of the following finishes:
a) aluminium; b) black powder coated; c) solid copper.
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WA
TY
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A
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M
GR A
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PR
T
LOR
OR
If you have a problem with this unit, please contact your dealer or
supplier immediately. Under no circumstances should you attempt
to service the unit in any way by yourself. The warranties in
paragraphs 1 and 2 are provided only to the first purchaser/user of
this unit, are not transferable and are subject to the conditions and
limitations in paragraphs 3, 4 and 5. Please review the conditions
and limitations carefully and strictly follow their requirements.
VA
Warranty
CO M F
1. Extended Warranty Coverage
For a period of up to ten (10) years, Miles Industries Ltd., (the “Company”) or its appointed distributor will at its option pay the
initial purchaser for the repair of, or will exchange the following parts or components which are found to be defective in material or
workmanship under normal conditions of use and service:
Part or Component
Exterior steel casing
Defect Covered
Corrosion
Maximum Warranty Period
10 years
Glass
Loss of structural integrity
10 years
Cast iron parts
Corrosion
10 years
Firebox and heat exchanger
Corrosion (but not discoloration) causing
loss of structural integrity
10 years
2. Two-Year Parts Warranty
In addition, for two (2) years from the date of purchase, the Company, at its option, can repair or exchange all parts and components
not listed above but that are found to have a bona fide defect in material or workmanship under normal conditions of use.
3. Conditions and Limitations
a) The warranty registration card must be completed by the initial owner and returned to the Company within 90 days of purchase.
b) Installation and maintenance must be performed by an authorized and trained dealer in accordance with the Company’s installation
instructions.
c) This warranty is void where installation of the unit does not conform to all applicable codes including national and local gas
appliance installation codes and building and fire codes.
d) The owner must comply with all operating instructions.
e) The Company is not responsible for the labor costs to remove defective parts or re-install repaired or replacement parts.
f) The first purchaser or user of the unit will be responsible for any shipping charges for replacement parts as well as travel time
incurred by the dealer to perform the warranty work.
g) This warranty applies to non-commercial use and service and is void if it is apparent that there is abuse, misuse, alteration,
improper installation, accident or lack of maintenance to the unit.
h) This warranty does not cover damage to the unit through:
i)
Improper installation, operational or environmental conditions.
ii) Inadequate ventilation in the area or competition for air from other household equipment or appliances.
iii) Damage due to chemicals, dampness, condensation, or sulphur in the fuel supply lines which exceeds industry standards.
i) This warranty does not cover glass, log breakage or damage to the unit while in transit.
j) The Company does not allow anyone to extend, alter or modify this warranty and assumes no responsibility for direct, indirect or
consequential damages caused by the unit. State or provincial laws where the first purchaser or user resides may provide specific
rights to extend this warranty and, if so, the Company’s sole obligation under this warranty is to provide labor and/or materials in
accordance with those laws.
4. Discharge of Liability
After two (2) years from the date of purchase, the Company may, at its option, fully discharge all obligations under this warranty by
paying to the first purchaser/user the wholesale price of any defective parts.
5. No Other Warranty
All obligations to repair this unit are defined in this warranty. Some states or provinces may specifically mandate additional warranties
on the part of manufacturers, but in the absence of such specific legislation, there is no other warranty or obligation expressed or
implied.
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Replacement Parts
Key Description
Part no.
Key Description
Part no.
1
Outer vent collar
330A888
41
Ignition cable 500 mm
4001039
2
Blanking plate
330A964
41a
Ignition cable sleeve
4002244
3
Side frame fixing brackets (2)
3000255
42
Cable interruptor
4001035
4
Rear log support
4001999
43
Handset wall holder
9000008
4a
Rear log support spacers (2)
4002870
44
Wiring harness
4001187
Burner module NG
4001952
45
Remote control handset
4001910
5
6
Burner module LPG
Window assembly
4001953
46
Remote control receiver
3000389S
47
Wall switch kit
4001911
1265WSK
7
Window baffle
4001970
48
Liner panels—complete set
8
Restrictor plates (2)
4002895
a
Enamel black
9
Adjustable plates (2)
4002896
b
Ceramic fluted black
620FBL
Screws (2) (not shown)
100A757
c
Valor red brick
621VRL
11a
Flashback shield LPG
3000371
d
Ledgestone
622LSL
11b
Air shutter cover NG
4002346
49
Rear panel
12a
Air shutter slider LPG
320B293
a
Enamel black
4002085
12b
Air shutter slider NG
4002345
b
Ceramic fluted black
4002109
Burner NG
740K189
c
Valor red brick
4002105
Burner LPG
740K190
d
Ledgestone
4002113
Injector elbow 82-650 NG
9730012
50
Left side panel
13
14
618EBL
Injector elbow 92-260 LPG
9730007
a
Enamel black
4002087
15
Burner mounts (2)
4001964
b
Ceramic fluted black
4002107
16
Front log supports (2)
4001965
c
Valor red brick
4002103
Pilot assembly NG
4000062S
d
Ledgestone
4002111
Pilot assembly LPG
4000063S
51
Right side panel
Pilot bracket
720A542
a
Enamel black
Pilot injector no. 35 NG
4002511
b
Ceramic fluted black
4002108
Pilot injector no. 27 LPG
720A195
c
Valor red brick
4002104
20
Hooked olive for pilot injector
720A196
d
Ledgestone
4002112
21
Olive nut for pilot pipe
420K385
52
Top panel
Ceramic plain black
17
18
19
4002086
22
Electrode
720A543
a
4002110
23
Electrode retaining nut
720A200
b
Ceramic plain black
4002110
c
Valor red brick
4002106
24
Thermocouple
4000061
25
Pipe—valve to pilot
030A226
d
Ledgestone
4002114
Rock Set Complete
4001791
26
Olive nut for pilot pipe
220K913
53
27
Pilot shield
4002203
54
Rock No. 1
4001821
Rock No. 2
4001822
28
Pilot support bracket
330A904
55
29
Pilot seal
620B995
56
Rock No. 3
4001823
Rock No. 4
4001824
4001825
30
Access plate
4001680
57
31
Pipe—valve to main burner
3000247
58
Rock No. 5
32
Burner plate
4001966
59
Rock No. 6
4001826
Rock Base
4001792
33
Gaskets—module plate sides (2)
3000399
60
34
Gaskets—module plate front & back
3000400
61
LH Twig
4001827
RH Twig
4001828
35
Valve mounting bracket
4000141
62
36
Thermocurrent interruptor
4001037
63
Front Support—Platform
Ceramic Platform
4001998AH
37
Valve GV60 no. 125 by-pass screw
4000873
64
38
Inlet brass connector
4000746
65
Glass Panel
4001836
66
12-inch Top stand-off
4002121
39
Valve to main burner pipe connector
220K891
40
GV60 Valve assembly
4000873X
4001997
41
48
54
55
56
57
53
58
59
52
61
60
62
50
51
49
63
64
NG
11a
LPG
41a
11b
13
42
12a
12b
41
65
47
14
15
17
18
16
19
20
21
22
23
46
27
43
45
44
28
24
29
1
30
3
2
31
25
32
26
34
35
33
40
3
39
38
36
37
4a
4
6
5
7
8
9
66
42
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