Dovre SAPPHIRE DV450S Owner`s manual

SAPPHIRE DV450S
DIRECT VENT ROOM HEATER
OWNER’S MANUAL
AND INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
WARNING!
If the information in this manual is not followed exactly, a fire or explosion may result causing property 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 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.
WARNING!
Improper installation, adjustment, alteration, service or maintenance can cause injury or property
damage. Refer to this manual. For assistance or
additional information, consult a qualified installer ,
service agency or the gas supplier.
FOR YOUR SAFETY
The appliance area must be kept clear and free from combustible materials, gasoline and other flammable vapors and
liquids.
Shown here with optional accessories (door trim and
warming shelf).
This appliance may be installed in an aftermarket,
permanently located, Manufactured (Mobile) Home,
where not prohibited by Local Codes.
This appliance is only for use with the type of fuel
indicated on the Rating Plate. This appliance is not
convertible for use with other gases, unless a certified Conversion Kit is used.
This manual must be used for installation of the DV450S Direct Vent Heater and retained by the homeowner for operating and
maintenance instructions. This heater may be installed with a vertical or horizontal direct vent terminator system.
Tested and
Listed by
C
O-T L
Beaverton
Oregon USA
OMNI-Test Laboratories, Inc.
1445 North HIghway
Colville, WA 99114
A Division of Hearth Technologies Inc.
#29863C
12/2000
aladdin@aladdinhearth.com
ahpfireup.com
DV450S DIRECT VENT ROOM HEATER
PLEASE RETAIN THIS MANUAL FOR FUTURE REFERENCE.
Table of Contents
Serial/Rating Label (Listings and Code Approvals) ...........3
Listing & Code Approvals ..................................................4
Installer Information ...........................................................4
Description of Heater....................................................... 5
Heater System Components .......................................... 5
Dimensions...................................................................... 6
Clearances to Combustibles..............................................6
Venting Components .........................................................7
Termination Examples .......................................................8
INSTALLATION:
A. Horizontal Termination................................................ 9
B. Vertical Termination ...................................................12
C. Existing Masonry Chimney Installation ......................14
D. Existing Class A Metal Chimney ................................15
Gas Line Installation ........................................................16
Gas Pressure...................................................................16
Fuel Conversion ..............................................................16
High Altitude Installation ..................................................17
Optional Accessories.......................................................18
Thermostat Wiring Diagram.............................................19
FIREBOX ENTRY
Removing Front Face ......................................................20
Removing Glass ..............................................................20
Log Placement.................................................................20
Creating Coal Bed Look ..................................................20
Adjustable Flue Restrictor ...............................................21
Reinstallation of Glass.....................................................21
DoorTrim Kit Installation...................................................21
Replacing Front Face ......................................................21
Pre-Use Check ................................................................21
Lighting Instructions ........................................................22
Air Shutter Adjustment.....................................................23
Seasonal Shutdown.........................................................23
Operation & Shutdown During Regular Use....................23
Maintenance ....................................................................24
Trouble Shooting..............................................................25
Replacement Parts ..........................................................28
Warranty ..........................................................................30
Owner's Notes .................................................................31
Safety Precautions
1. PLEASE READ THESE INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS COMPLETELY BEFORE BEGINNING INSTALLATION PROCEDURES.
FAILURE TO FOLLOW THEM COULD CAUSE AN APPLIANCE MALFUNCTION RESULTING IN SERIOUS INJURY AND/OR
PROPERTY DAMAGE.
2. DUE TO HIGH TEMPERATURES THE APPLIANCE SHOULD BE LOCATED OUT OF TRAFFIC AND AWAY FROM FURNITURE
AND DRAPERIES.
3. CHILDREN AND ADULTS SHOULD BE ALERTED TO THE HAZARDS OF HIGH SURFACE TEMPERATURES AND SHOULD STAY
AWAY TO AVOID BURNS OR CLOTHING IGNITION.
4. YOUNG CHILDREN SHOULD BE CAREFULLY SUPERVISED WHEN THEY ARE IN THE SAME ROOM AS THE APPLIANCE.
5. CLOTHING OR OTHER FLAMMABLE MATERIAL SHOULD NOT BE PLACED ON OR NEAR THE APPLIANCE.
6. ANY SAFETY SCREEN OR GUARD REMOVED FOR SERVICING AN APPLIANCE MUST BE REPLACED PRIOR TO OPERATING
THE APPLIANCE.
7. WARNING: DO NOT OPERATE APPLIANCE WITH THE PANEL(S) REMOVED, CRACKED OR BROKEN. REPLACEMENT OF
THE PANEL(S) SHOULD BE DONE BY A LICENSED OR QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSON.
8. INSTALLATION AND REPAIR SHOULD BE DONE BY A QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSON. THE APPLIANCE SHOULD BE
INSPECTED BEFORE USE AND AT LEAST ANNUALLY BY A QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSON. MORE FREQUENT CLEANING
MAY BE REQUIRED DUE TO EXCESSIVE LINT FROM CARPETING, BEDDING MATERIAL, ETC. IT IS IMPERATIVE THAT
CONTROL COMPARTMENTS, BURNERS AND CIRCULATING AIR PASSAGEWAYS OF THE APPLIANCE BE KEPT CLEAN.
9. ENSURE THAT THE FLOW OF COMBUSTION AND VENTILATION AIR NOT BE OBSTRUCTED.
10. ENSURE THAT ADEQUATE COMBUSTION AND VENTILATION AIR ARE PROVIDED.
NOTE: Illustrations throughout these instructions reflect typical installations and are for design purposes only. Actual
installation may vary slightly due to individual design preferences. However, minimum and maximum clearances
must be maintained at all times.
The illustrations and diagrams used throughout these installation instructions are not drawn to scale.
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O-T L
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DO NOT REMOVE THIS LABEL /
NE PAS ENLEVER L’ÉTIQUETTE
2001
2002
2003
Jan
ELECTRICAL SUPPLY / FOURNITURE ÉLECTRIQUE: 120 Volts, 1.2 Amps, 60 Hz
Feb
Mar
Apr
May
A
E
C
C
Sides of stove to wall
Du coté du poêle au coté du mur
Back of stove to wall
Le contrôle arrière au mur arrière
Corner of stove to side wall
Du Coin du poêle du mur
Top of stove to ceiling
du dessus de poele au plafond
Max. Alcove Depth
Profondeur maximale de l'alcôve
48" (1219 mm)
42" (1829 mm)
4" (102 mm)
6" (152 mm)
9" (229 mm)
D
Jun
Jul
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec
250-5891
Made in U.S.A. /
Fait Aux États-Unis
HEARTH: A non-combustible hearth pad is not required. However, the floor beneath the stove must be stable,
level, and strong enough to support the stove without a tipping hazard. Foyer: Un coussinet non-combustible
de foyer n’est pas exigé. Cependant, le plancher en dessous du poêle doit être droit, à niveau et assez fort
pour supporter le poêle sans le hasard de basculer.
A
B
E.
D.
C.
B.
A.
MINIMUM CLEARANCES TO COMBUSTIBLES / ESPACE MINIMUM AUX COMBUSTIBLES
Minimum clearances required from combustible construction for all appliance surfaces. /
Espaces minimum exigés de la construction combustible aux surfaces de l’appareil.
This appliance is only for use with the type of gas indicated on the rating plate and may be
installed in an aftermarket, permanently located, manufactured (mobile) home where not
prohibited by local codes. See owner's manual for details. This appliance is not convertible
for use with other gases, unless a certified kit is used.
Cet appareil doit etre utilise uniquement avec le type de gaz indique sur la plaque
signaletique et peut etre installe dans une maison prefabriquee (mobile) installee a demeure
si les reglements locaux le permettent. Voir la notice du proprietaire pour plus de details. Cet
appareil ne peut etre converti a d'autres gaz sauf si une trousse de conversion certifiee est
utilisee.
This appliance must be properly connected to a venting system in accordance with the
manufacturer's installation instructions. If venting is disconnected for any reason, the vent-air
intake system must be properly resealed and reinstalled.
Cet appareil doit ê correctement raccordé á un système d'évacuation, conformément aux
instructions du fabricant.
Date of Manufacture / Date du Manufacturier
Keep burner and control compartment clean. See installation and operating instructions accompanying
this appliance.
Gardez le brûleur et le compartiment de contrôle propres. Vérifiez les instructions d’installation et
d’opération qui accompagnent cet appareil.
This vented gas fireplace heater is not for use with air filters. / Cet appareil de chauffage au gaz n’est pas
pour l’usage avec des filtres d’air.
This appliance equipped for altitudes 0-2000’ (0-610m) in USA; and in Canada for altitudes of 04500’ (0-1370m). In USA for Altitudes above 2000’, the vent configuration, orifice, or combination of
both may need to be changed. See Owner’s Manual for information on making these changes.
Cet appareil est équipé pour les altitudes de 0-2000’ (0-610m) aux États-Unis; et au Canada pour
les altitudes de 0-4500’ (0-1370m). Pour les altitudes au dessus de 2000’ aux États-Unis, la
configuration du ventilateur, son orifice ou les deux peuvent possiblement avoir à être changé.
Voyez le manuel du propriétaire pour les informations sur ces changements.
This appliance must be installed in accordance with local codes, if any; if none, follow ANSI Z223.1
in USA, CAN 1-B149 in Canada.
10”
14”
11”
.073/1.85 DIA./mm
27,740
28,800
.125/3.18 DIA./mm
25,000
29,000
Minimum Inlet Pressure (Inches W.C.)
4.5”
Pression Minimum de la Valve (pouces W.C.)
Maximum Inlet Pressure (Inches W.C.)
7.0”
Pression Maximum de la Valve (pouces W.C.)
Manifold Pressure on “HI” (Inches W.C.)
3.5”
Pression du Collecteur d’ Échappement à “HI” (pouces W.C.)
Input Rate on “HI” (BTU/Hr)
Puissance Évaluée à “HI” (BTU/Hr)
Input Rate on “LO” (BTU/Hr)
Puissance Évaluée à “LO” (BTU/Hr)
Maximum Output (BTU/Hr)
Puissance Maximum (BTU/Hr)
Main Burner Orifice
Orifice du Brûleur Principal
For use with Propane
Usage Au Gaz Propane
0-4500’
38,000
For use with Natural Gas
Usage Au Gaz Naturel
0-4500’
40,000
Thermal Efficiency / Efficacité Thermique* 72% NG
FAN TYPE VENTED CIRCULATOR / VENTILATEUR CIRCULATOIRE
Blower Electrical Rating / Évaluation du Ventilateur Électrique: 115 V., 1.5 Amps, 60 Hz, 150 Watts
A Division of Hearth Technologies Inc.
1445 North Highway Colville,
WA 99114
APPROUVÉ POUR LE CANADA ET LES ÉTATS-UNIS:
ANSI Z21.88b-1999 / CSA 2.33b-M99 Fournaises au Gaz avec Ventilation, et les sections applicables de UL 307b
Appareils de Chauffage Au Gaz pour les Maisons Mobiles et les Véhicules Motorisés, CAN/CGA 2.17-M91 “Gas Fired
Appliances for use at High Altitudes”.
Cet appareil est manufacturé pour l’opération avec le Gaz Naturel.
Pour une conversion au gaz propane les pièces du Manufacturier #844-9230 et ses instructions doivent être
utilisées.
Cet appareil peut être utilisé dans une chambre à coucher ou salle de séjour; au Canada, l’installation d’un
thermostat à distance est exigée.
SERIAL NO.
MODEL / MODELE: DV450 VENTED GAS FIREPLACE HEATER
FOURNAISE AU GAZ AVEC VENTILATION
NOT FOR USE WITH SOLID FUEL / NE PAS UTILISER AVEC LE COMBUSTIBLE SOLIDE
Report No. / Rapport Numero
061-S-24-5
APPROVED FOR CANADA AND USA TO:
ANSI Z21.88b-1999 / CSA 2.33b-M99 Vented Gas Fireplace Heaters, and applicable sections of UL307b Gas Burning
Heating Appliances for Manufactured Homes and Recreational Vehicles, CAN/CGA 2.17-M91 “Gas Fired Appliances for
use at High Altitudes.”
This appliance is manufactured for operation with Natural Gas.
For conversion to propane Manufacturer’s Part #844-9230 and instructions must be used.
This appliance may be installed in a bedroom or bedsitting room; in Canada remote thermostat installation is required.
OMNI-Test Laboratories, Inc.
Tested and
Listed by
DV450S DIRECT VENT ROOM HEATER
SERIAL/RATING LABEL
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DV450S DIRECT VENT ROOM HEATER
LISTING & CODE APPROVALS
INSTALLER INFORMATION
U.S. CERTIFICATION
The DV450S Series Room HEater has been tested in accordance
with the ANSI standard Z21.88 1998 and UL307B and has
been listed by OMNI-Test Labs for installation and operation as
described in these installation and operation instructions. All
components are A.G.A. or UL safety certified.
Canada Certification
The DV450S Series Room HEater has been tested in accordance
with CSA 2.33-M98 and has been listed by OMNI-Test Labs for
installation and operation as described in these installation and
operating instructions. All components are C.G. A. or C.S.A.
safety certified.
Local Codes
This installatin must conform with local codes or, in the absence
of local codes, with theNational Fuel Gas Code, ANSI Z223.1latest edition, in the U.S.A. and the CAN/CGA B149-latest edition,
in Canada.
INSTALLATION AND REPAIR SHOULD BE DONE
BY A QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSON. THE HEATER
SHOULD BE INSPECTED BEFORE USE AND AT
LEAST ANNUALLY BY A QUALIFIED SERVICE
PERSON.
MORE FREQUENT CLEANING MAY
BE REQUIRED DUE TO EXCESSIVE LINT FROM
CARPETING, BEDDING MATERIAL, ETC.
IT IS
IMPERATIVE THAT CONTROL COMPARTMENTS,
BURNERS AND CIRCULATING AIR PASSAGEWAYS
OF THE HEATER BE KEPT CLEAN.
WARNING:
BEFORE STARTING, DO THE FOLLOWING:
1. WEAR GLOVES AND SAFETY GLASSES FOR
PROTECTION.
2. KEEP HAND TOOLS IN GOOD CONDITION.
SHARPEN CUTTING EDGES AND MAKE
SURE TOOL HANDLES ARE SECURE.
3. ALWAYS MAINTAIN THE MINIMUM AIR SPACE
REQUIRED TO THE ENCLOSURE TO
PREVENT FIRE.
Efficiency
The efficiency rating of the appliance is a product thermal
efficiency rating determined under continuous operating
conditions and was determined independently of any installed
system.
This Heater is approved for installation in bedrooms and
mobile homes in the United States and Canada.
Tools and building supplies normally required for installation:
Saw
Pliers
Phillips Screwdriver
Tape Measure
Plumb Line
Level
Electrical Drill and Bits
Square
High Temperature Sealant Material*
Efficiency
The efficiency rating of the appliance is a product thermal efficiency rating determined under continuous operating conditions
and was determined independently of any installed system.
*High Temperature Sealant Material. Sealants that will
withstand high temperatures; General Electric RTV103
(Black), or equivalent. Rutland, Inc. Fireplace Mortar #63,
or equivalent; Dow Corning 732 or equivalent.
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DESCRIPTION OF THE HEATER SYSTEM
The DV450S is a Direct Vent Room Heater. Combustion air
is supplied from outside, not from inside the house as with
other types of heaters.
ROUND
SUPPORT
BOX/WALL
THIMBLE
HORIZONTAL
TERMINATION
CAP
VENT
SECTION
The installation of this DOVRE DV450S system consists of the following:
90û ELBOW
VENT
SECTION
1. Appliance
2. Venting System
VERTICAL
TERM.
ADAPTER
VERTICAL
TERMINATION
CAP
STORM
COLLAR
3. Termination
FLASHING
FIRESTOP
SPACER
Optional components include:
1. Blower Kit
2. Decorative Glass Accent
ROUND
SUPPORT
BOX/WALL
THIMBLE
3. Warming Shelf
4. Bracket with Mitten Rod
CATHEDRAL
CEILING
SUPPORT
BOX
VENT
SECTION
5. Remote Control
NOTE: Operation of a Direct Vent
Heater may be sporadic in high
wind situations.
HEATER SYSTEM COMPONENTS
The table below is a list of only those components which may be safely used with this appliance.
Catalog #
839-0610
839-0630
839-0650
839-0670
839-0690
844-0150
844-0140
844-7900
844-7910
844-7930
844-7940
844-7920
844-7970
844-7980
844-9230
844-8250
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DESCRIPTION
Direct vent Room Heater - matte black - natural gas, standing pilot
Direct vent Room Heater - porcelain black - natural gas, standing pilot
Direct vent Room Heater - porcelain creme - natural gas, standing pilot
Direct vent Room Heater - porcelain green - natural gas, standing pilot
Direct vent Room Heater - porcelain blue - natural gas, standing pilot
Fan Kit, variable speed, thermostat “ON/OFF”
Decorative Glass accent - gold
Warming Shelf - matte black (pr.)
Warming Shelf - porcelain black (pr.)
Warming Shelf - porcelain creme (pr.)
Warming Shelf - porcelain green (pr.)
Warming Shelf - porcelain blue (pr.)
Warming Shelf Bracket - w/mitten rod, black (pr.)
Warming Shelf Bracket - w/mitten rod, gold (pr.)
LP Conversion Kit
NG Conversion Kit
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DIMENSIONS
DV450S - With Optional Blower
DV450S Front View - With and Without Optional Warming Shelves
39"
5 - 1/8"
27 - 3/8"
30 - 3/8"
8"
16 - 3/4"
22 - 5/8"
19 - 1/8"
28"
CLEARANCES
The following clearances to combustibles must be maintained:
Minimum clearances to the floor - 0"
Back of unit to wall - 6”
Figure 1
Minimum Clearances To Combustibles
Sides of unit to wall - 9"
Base of the unit to ceiling - 72".
Minimum clearances to Venting are as follows:
6"
4"
9"
VE
6"
Positioning the Appliance.
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9"
STOVE
This appliance may be placed on a combustible or non-combustible continuous, flat surface. 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. Slide
the Heater into position and level the Heater from side-to-side
and front-to-back. Shim as necessary.
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4"
O
STOVE
This appliance is certified for installation in a bed/sitting sitting room
in the U.S. and Canada.
Mobile Home Installations. Appliances installed in Mobile Homes
must be secured to the floor in a minimum of two locations.
ST
Horizontal runs require a 1-1/2” minimum Air Space on the top and
an 1/2” minimum Air Space on the sides and bottom of the outer
Vent Section. If an Elbow is being used,in an enclosed wall, floor
or ceiling, a top Air Space clearance of 3” must be maintained.
Vertical rise sections require a 1” minimum Air Space completely
around the Vent section. These clearances must be maintained
at all times.
48"
MAX.
HEARTH PROTECTION IS NOT
NECESSARY WITH THIS APPLIANCE
ON A HARD SURFACE.
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DURA-VENT VENTING COMPONENTS
Dura-Vent
PART #
DESCRIPTION:
Termination Caps & Snorkles:
991
High Wind Vertical Termination Cap
986
High Wind Horizontal Termination Cap
980
Vertical Termination Cap w/Wind Halo
983
Vertical Termination
984
Horizontal Termination Cap
981
Snorkel Termination (36”)
982
Snorkel Termination (14”)
950
Vinyl Siding Standoff
Flashing:
941
943
943S
943F
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908
908B
907
907B
906
906B
904
904B
903
903B
902
902B
911
911B
912
912B
917
917B
945
945B
6” Pipe Length, Galv.
6” Pipe Length, Black
9” Pipe Length, Galv
9” Pipe Length, Black
12” Pipe Length, Galv.
12” Pipe Length, Black
24” Pipe Length, Galv.
24” Pipe Length, Black
36” Pipe Length, Galv.
36” Pipe Length, Black
48” Pipe Length, Galv.
48” Pipe Length, Black
11” -14 5/8” Pipe, Adj. Glv.
11” -14 5/8” Pipe, Adj. Blk.
12” - 17” Pipe, Adj. Glv.
12” - 17” Pipe, Adj. Blk.
17” -24” Pipe, Adj. Glv.
17” -24” Pipe, Adj. Blk.
45° Elbow, Galv.
45° Elbow, Black
90° Elbow, Galv.
90° Elbow, Black
953
963
988
9546
942
Storm Collar
Ceiling Firestop
Wall Strap
Attic Insulation Shield
Wall Thimble/Cathedral Ceiling Collar
SDV KITS
970A
Standard Termination Kit includes
1 each of:“ 990B, 940, & 985
See Note #1 below.
971HW Standard Termination Kit includes
1 each of:“990B, 940, 985, 904B, 911B
973
Vertical Termination Kit includes 1 each
of:“943, 953, 991 (support box NOT
included)
Cathedral Ceiling Support Box
Flashing, 0/12 to 6/12 Roof Pitch
Flashing, 7/12 to 12/12 Roof Pitch
Flashing, Flat Roof
Support Boxes/Thimbles:
940
Round Ceiling Support/
Wall Thimble Cover
941
Cathedral Ceiling Support Box
Pipe:
Misc.
990
990B
Note #1: Straight pipe lenghts are needed to complete
installation, the black 45° elbow is NOT included in kit.
The following venting parts are available from your
Dealer:
HHW2
HHW2K
Horizontal High Wind Cap
Horizontal Kit includes 90° Black Elbow,
Wall Thimble, 24" Black Pipe, 11" - 14
5/8" Adjustable Vent, HHW2
Termination Cap.
The VTA1, Vertical Termination Adapter Kit, may also be
safely used with this Heater. It is composed of a Vertical
Termination Cap and Cover Plate for existing vertical
chimney.
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TERMINATION EXAMPLES
Four types of Termination are possible for this Heater: Horizontal, Vertical, Existing Masonry or Existing Class A
Class A Metal Chimney
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Vertical Flat Ceiling
Cathedral Ceiling
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Horizontal Termination
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INSTALLATION
A. Horizontal Termination
Refer to Chart A for horizontal venting recommendations. The
minimum vertical rise allowed for horizontal termination is 2' from
the top of the heater. The maximum horizontal run allowed for
venting is 15' with a minimum 4' rise.
CHART A
V
E
R
T 16'
I
C Thru
A
4'
L
R
I
S
E
15' MAX. HORIZONTAL RUN
2' 3' 4' 5' 6' 7' 8' 9' 10' 11' 12' 13' 14' 15'
X X X X X X X X X
X X X X X X X X X
X X
X X
X
X X
X X
X
X X X X X X X X X
X X X X X X X X X
X X
X X
X
3'
2'
X X X X X X X X X
Fig. 3 - Horizontal Lenth
VENTING CAN ONLY TERMINATE
WITHIN THIS AREA.
15' MAX.
Note: A horizontal run of vent must have
a 1/4" rise for every 1 ft. of run towards
the termination. Never allow the vent to
run downward. This could cause high
temperatures and the possibility of a fire.
16'
MAX.
A single vertical to horizontal elbow is already calculated into the
allowable 15' run. Each additional elbow reduces the maximum
horizontal distance by three feet. Example: When using three
elbows, the maximum horizontal distance has been reduced to
9' (3 - 1 = 2 elbows x 3' = 6'; 15' max. - 6' of elbows = 9' of
horizontal run). Even with only these three elbows (the equivalent
of 6' additional horizontal feet) you now need a minimum of 4' of
vertical rise. See Chart A.
If a vertical-to-horizontal elbow is enclosed within a wall, floor or
ceiling, an air space clearance of 3" must be maintained.
Due to the many different combineations that can be used when
constructing venting, the number of vent sections required can
only be determined by the installer.
4'
2'
MIN.
29"
591/2"*
15" MIN.
* MINIMUM VENT
HEIGHT (CENTER)
(SEE NOTE)
10' MAX.
Note: Horizontal runs will require the use of
one vent support for every 3' of vent.
Horizontal venting must terminate within the shaded area shown in
Fig. 2. Chart A illustrates the figures included in that shaded area.
For example, if your vertical rise is the minimum two foot, venting
can terminate anywhere between 20 -1/2" (includes wall thickness
and assumes 4", and venting required to termination cap) and 10'.
Vent termination must not be recessed into the wall or siding.
Fig. 3 illustrates termination cap location and minimum dimensions
for each termination application. Or, follow ANSI Z223.1, latest
edition.
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HORIZONTAL TERMINATION CAP LOCATIONS
N
V
V
F
B
A
Openable
K
Fixed
Closed
V
C
I
A
V = vent terminal
A
H
M
A
J
V
G
= air supply inlet
A. *12” (30cm) minimum: Clearance above grade, veranda, porch, deck, or balcony.
B. *12” (30cm) minimum: Clearance to window or door that may be opened.
C. 12” (30cm) minimum: Clearance to permanently closed window (recommended to prevent condensation on window.
D. 18” (46cm) minimum: Vertical clearance to ventilated soffit located above the terminal within a horizontal distance of 2’
(60cm) from the centerline of the terminal.
E. 12” (30)cm) minimum: Clearance to unventilated soffit.
F. 6” (15cm): Clearance to outside corner.
G. 9” (23cm): Clearance to inside corner.
*Not to be installed above a meter/regulator (gas or electrical) assembly within 3’ (90cm) horizontally from the centerline
of the meter/regulator.
H. *6’ (1.8m) minimum: Clearance to service regulator vent outlet.
I. *12” (30cm) minimum: Clearance to nonmechanical air supply inlet to building or the combustion air inlet to any other
appliance.
J. *6’ (1.8m) minimum: Clearance to a mechanical air supply air inlet.
K. *+7’ (2.1m) minimum: Clearance above paved sidewalk or a paved driveway located on public property.
L. *#12” (30 cm) minimum: Clearance under veranda, porch, deck, or balcony.
M. 6” (15 cm) minimum: Clearance to adjacent building or deck.
N. 6” (15 cm) minimum: Clearance to nearby building
+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 two sides beneath the floor.*
*As specified in CGA B149 Installation Codes
Note: Local Codes or regulations may require different clearances.
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The Dura-Vent GS is unitized and twist-locks together. For the
twist-lock procedure, consult Figure 5 and do the following:
1. Preparing the Wall for Horizontal Termination. A hole
measuring 10” wide and 10” high must be cut and framed in the
exterior wall where venting will be terminated.
(1) Four indentations, located on the female ends of pipes and
fittings, are designed to slide straight onto the male ends of
adjacent pipes and fittings, by orienting the four pipe indentations
so they match and slide into the four entry slots on the male
ends. See Figure 5. Push the pipe sections completely together,
then twist-lock one section clockwise approximately one-quarter
turn, until the two sections are fully locked. The female locking
lugs will not be visible from the outside, on the Black Pipe or
fittings. They may be located by examining the inside of the
female ends.
The height of the hole must be located to meet all local and
national codes and not be easily blocked or obstructed. The
minimum height to the center of the horizontal vent is 591/2''
from the base of the unit. This figure will increase by the length
of each vertically positioned vent section added to the venting
system. See Figure 4.
Figure 4 - Exterior Wall Hole
(2) Horizontal runs of vent must be supported every three feet.
Wall Straps are available for this purpose.
EXTERIOR
WALL
Before connecting the horizontal run of vent pipe to the vent
termination, slide the black decorative wall thimble cover over the
vent pipe.
541/2''
When using the adjustable section, maintain a 1” overlap on
pipe sections and secure. It is also important that the vent pipe
extends a minimum of 1 1/2” into vent cap.
591/2''
3. Termination Cap. Position the horizontal vent termination so
that 1 1/2” clearance is maintained on top of the vent sections
and 1 1/2” on sides.
HOLE TO BE
VENTED
THROUGH
Before attaching the Vent Termination to the exterior wall, run a
bead of non-hardening mastic around the outside edges to make
a seal between the Cap and the wall.
10''x 10'' DURAVENT MINIMUM
If the wall being penetrated is constructed of non-combustible
material (i.e.: masonry block or concrete) a 7 inch diameter
hole is acceptable. It is recommended that for masonry walls the
vent be wrapped with fiberglass insulation to prevent contact with
the masonry as the contact promotes premature deterioration of
the vent.
2. Assembling Venting Sections. Use only vent supplied or
listed for use with this Heater. To attach a straight section to
the top of the Heater, female end down, slide the pipe over the
outer Collar on the Heater while the inner flue will slip over the
Vent Inner.
MAINTAIN MINIMUM CLEARANCES OR GREATER AROUND
THE VENT SYSTEM. Do not pack air spaces with insulation or
other material.
Figure 5 - Twist-lock procedure
Female
Locking
Lugs
Male
Locking
Lugs
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Attach Cap to exterior wall with four (4) wood screws, making
sure that arrow on Cap is pointing up. After Cap is attached,
make sure that a 1 1/2” is maintained from top of vent to combustibles.
Secure the connection between the vent pipe and the vent cap
by attaching the two sheet metal strips extending fromthe vent
cap assembly into the outer wall of the vent pipe. Use the two
sheet metal screws provided to connectthe strips to the pipe section. Bend any remaining portion of the sheet metal strip back
towards the vent cap, so it will be concealed by the decorative
wall thimble cover. See Fig.6.
Slide the Decorative Wall Thimble up the wall surface and attach
with the screws provided. Apply Decorative Brass or Chrome
Trim if desired. See Fig. 7.
4. Vertical Rise on the Exterior. For installations requiring
a vertical rise on the exterior of a building, 14” and 36” tall
Snorkel Terminations are available. Follow the same installation
procedures that are used for the standard horizontal termination
found in Step 3.
NOTE: For buildings with vinyl siding, a Vinyl Siding
Standoff should be installed between the vent cap and
the exterior wall. Attach the Vinyl Siding Standoff
to the Horizontal Vent Termination. The Vinyl Siding
Standoff prevents excessive heat from possible melting the vinyl siding material. NOTE: The HHW2 cap
incorporates it's own vinyl siding standoff. See Fig. 8.
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Figure 6 - Insertion of Vent Pipe
B. Vertical Termination.
The following figures are the maximum distances from the top
of the unit, as well as the minimum air space clearances that
must be maintained: Maximum straight unsupported rise - 25';
Maximum height - 40' from the top of the unit. Maximum horizontal unsupported run - 3'; air space clearances around vertical
venting - 1" on all sides; air space clearances around horizontal
venting - 11⁄2" on top and 1⁄2" on sides and bottom. If an elbow
is being used in an enclosed wall, floor, or ceiling a top air space
clearance of 3" must be maintained. These clearances must be
maintained at all times.
1. Position the Heater.
Position the heater in its desired location. Maintain all clearances
to combustibles.
WALL
THIMBLE
2. Preparing the Ceiling.
STRAP
Figure 7 - Decorative Wall Thimble
Drop a plumb bob down from the ceiling to the position of
the heater flue exit and mark the location where the vent will
penetrate the roof. Drill a small hole at this point. Next drop
a plumb bob from the roof to the hole previously drilled in the
ceiling and mark the spot where the vent will penetrate the
roof. Determine if ceiling joists, roof rafters, or other framing will
obstruct the venting system. You may wish to relocate or offset
the appliance to avoid cutting load bearing members.
To bypass any overhead obstructions the vent system may be
offset using a 45° elbow or a 90° elbow. Vent stabilizers have
straps for securing these parts to joists or rafters. lumbers tape
may be purchased locally and used in conjunction with vent
stabilizers. See Fig. 9
Figure 9 - Elbows with Stabilizer
90° ELBOW
90° ELBOW
VENT
STABILIZER
Figure 8 - Vinyl Standing Standoff
3. Assembling vent sections. Only use vent supplied and
listed for use with this Heater.
VINYL
SIDING
APPLY SEALANT TO ALL
FOUR SIDES
SCREW
BOLT HORIZONTAL
TOP TO VINYL
STANDOFF
To attach a straight section to the top of the Heater, with
the female end down, slide that pipe over the outer Collar
on the Heater while the Vent Inner slips into the Flue of
the Heater. MAINTAIN MINIMUM 1" CLEARANCES OR
GREATER AROUND THE VENT SYSTEM. Do not pack air
spaces with insulation or other material.
VINYL SIDING
STANDOFF
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The Dura-Vent GS is unitized and twist-locks together. For the
twist-lock procedure, consult Figure 5 and do the following:
Figure 10 -Vent (Chimney) Height
(1) Four indentations, located on the female ends of pipes and
fittings, are designed to slide straight onto the male ends of
adjacent pipes and fittings, by orienting the four pipe indentations
so they match and slide into the four entry slots on the male
ends. (Figure 5.) Push the pipe sections completely together,
then twist-lock one section clockwise approximately one-quarter
turn, until the two sections are fully locked. The female locking
lugs will not be visible from the outside, on the Black Pipe or
fittings. They may be located by examining the inside of the
female ends.
HORIZONTAL OVERHANG
VERTICAL WALL
2 Ft.
Min.
LISTED
CAP
2 Ft. Min.
LOWEST
DISCHARGE
OPENING
(2) Horizontal runs of vent must be supported every three feet.
Wall Straps are available for this purpose.
X
12
Assemble the desired lengths of black pipe and elbows. It is
necessary to reach from the Heater up through the round support
box. Ensure that all pipe and elbow connections are in their fully
twist lock position.
ROOF PITCH IS X/12
Using the mark from Step 2, drive a nail up through the roof to
mark the center. Measure to either side of the nail and mark
the opening required. This is measured on the horizontal; actual
length may be larger depending on the pitch of the roof. Cut out
and frame the opening. See chapter 25 of the Uniform Building
Code for Roof Framing details. A one inch minimum air space
clearance must be maintained between the vent system and the
roof.
H (MIN.)-MINIMUM HEIGHT
FROM ROOF TO LOWEST
DISCHARGE OPENING
Roof Pitch
flat to 6/12
6/12 to 7/12
over 7/12 to 8/12
over 8/12 to 9/12
over 9/12 to 10/12
over 10/12 to 11/12
over 11/12 to 12/12
over 12/12 to 14/12
over 14/12 to 16/12
over 16/12 to 18/12
over 18/12 to 20/12
over 20/12 to 21/12
Assemble lengths of pipe and elbows necessary to reach from
the ceiling support box up through the roof line. Galvanized pipe
and elbows may be utilized in the attic, as well as above the roof
line. The galvanized finish is desirable above the roof line due to
its higher corrosion resistance.
4. Installing the Roof Flashing or Site-Produced Chase Top.
Position a Roof Flashing (or construct a Chase and Chase Top)
and secure in place with nails.
Continue to add Vent sections through the Roof Opening, maintaining at least 1” Air Space clearance. Major Building Codes
specify a minimum Vent (Chimney) height above the Roof top
depending on Roof Pitch. See Figure 10. Add Pipe sections
until the height of the Vent Cap meets the minimum Building Code
requirements described in Figure 10. Note that for steep roof
Pptches, the vent height must be increased.
H (min.) ft.
1.0
1.25
1.5
2.0
2.5
3.25
4.0
5.0
6.0
7.0
7.5
8.0
These Vent System heights are necessary in the interest of
safety, however, they do not ensure draft-free operation. Trees,
buildings, adjoining Roof lines, adverse wind conditions, etc., may
create a ned for a taller Vent System should down drafting occur.
5. Termination Cap. Twist lock the Vent Cap.
WARNING!
THIS APPLIANCE MAY ONLY USE THE APPROVED
VENTING SYSTEMS SHOWN IN THESE
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS. IT MUST NOT BE
CONNECTED TO CHIMNEY FLUE SERVICING A
SEPARATE SOLID FUEL OR GAS FUEL BURNING
APPLIANCE.
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C. Existing Masonry Chimney Installation
This installation is subject to local jurisdiction. Some codes
may require the use of another liner for intake air. If so, the
4” aluminum liner should be inside a 6” UL 181 listed liner.
WARNING
WHEN VENT SECTIONS EXCEEDING 3 FEET IN
LENGTH ARE INSTALLED BETWEEN AN OFFSET/
RETURN, STRUCTURAL SUPPORT MUST BE
PROVIDED TO REDUCE OFF-CENTER LOADING AND
PREVENT VENT SECTIONS FROM SEPARATING AT
THE VENT JOINTS.
This Heater can be vented through an existing Masonry Chimney
but the chimney must be lined with one UL 1777 listed 4” aluminum flexible gas vent liner for exhaust. The existing Flue will
be used to supply the air intake to the galvanized steel Flue
system. See Figure 11. Before installing the liner system, the
chimney passageway should be cleaned and examined to
verify it is unobstructed and in good structural condition.
EXHAUST
Measure and record the chimney dimensions to determine total
flexible liner requirements.
INTAKE AIR
4'' UL 1777 LISTED
GAS VENT INNER
FLEX LINER
WALL THIMBLE/
TRIM COLLAR
SEAL WITH SILICONE
SEAL WITH SILICONE
24" MINIMUM
VERTICAL HEIGHT
DURA-VENT GS
VENTING
6"
INSIDE CHIMNEY
DIAMETER
6" MINIMUM
Follow the liner manufacturer’s instructions for installing the liner
in the chimney. Attach a flexible liner puller to the liner and secure
a rope to the puller. One person should feed the liner through
the chimney, and another person should pull the liner from the
bottom, with the rope, guiding the liner down the chimney. After
feeding the liner down the chimney, form a 90˚ angle and bring
the liner through the hole in the chimney wall. (If running two
liners, run the 6” liner first and then the 4” inside of it.) Extend the
liner through the wall of the chimney and attach it to the venting
system extending from the top of the Heater.
Construct a metal flashing large enough and strong enough
to cover the chimney opening and support the Heater Vertical
Termination Cap. The flashing needs to fold down over and
around the outside of the masonry chimney so that it can be
secured to the chimney by 4 screws. See Figure 12. The
flashing will require a hole at least 6 1/2'' in diameter. (If using a
6” liner, extend the 6'' flexible liner through the flashing and attach
it to the VTA (Vertical Termination Adapter) with screws provided.)
Secure the VTA to the flashing with the screws provided and seal
the VTA/Flashing joint with a silicone sealant to prevent moisture
from running down the liner into the chimney.
Attach the 4'' gas vent liner to the Vertical Termination Cap with
screws provided, then attach the Termination Cap to the VTA with
screws provided. See Figure 12.
VTA
6" LINER (OPTIONAL)
SILICONE SEALANT
RIGID FLASHING
(ATTACHED TO CHIMNEY
WITH SCREWS WITH
SILICONE SEALANT
UNDERNEATH)
Figure 11
Adaptation to Masonry Chimney
Figure 12
Masonry Termination
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D. Existing Class A Metal Chimney Termination
VERTICAL
TERMINATION
CAP
In many cases where a DOVRE DV450S is replacing a woodstove, much of the existing Class A Metal Chimney can be
incorporated into the direct vent system.
The existing chimney must comply with NFPA-211 codes and any
local code requirements.
The chimney should be cleaned and examined to verify
it is unobstructed and in good structural condition. Any
structural weaknesses such as cracks, leaky joints, corroded or warped surfaces can have an adverse effect on
the performance of this Heater and should be replaced or
repaired.
VERTICAL
TERMINATION
ADAPTER
EXISTING
CLASS A
METAL
CHIMNEY
(6'' MIN. DIAMETER)
Whenever an existing Class A Metal Chimney is on an outside
wall, removal of the chimney and the use of the minimum horizontal direct vent termination kit may be less expensive.
When using an existing Class A Metal Chimney the following
requirements are necessary:
UL1777 LISTED
4'' GAS VENT
FLEX LINER
Minimum size diameter is 6 inches.
Minimum height from the base of the stove to the top of termination cap is 9 feet.
The vent from the top of the Heater to the Chimney must be rigid
vent sections. A 4'' UL 1777 listed gas vent aluminum flexible
liner can be used inside the chimney. The flexible liner must
be secured to the last rigid section with three (3) sheet metal
screws. A minimum 3 inch overlap is required. Remove and
discard the existing chimney termination cap.
Determine the length of the 4'' UL 1777 listed gas vent flex liner
required to meet the vent sections at the top of the Heater.
Follow the liner manufacturer’s instructions for installing the liner
in the chimney. Attach a flexible liner puller to the liner and
secure a rope to the puller. One person should feed the liner
through the chimney, and another person should pull the liner
from the bottom, with the rope, guiding the liner down the chimney. Extend and run the 4'' gas vent liner down the chimney
leaving 10'' extending from the top of the chimney stack.
Install and secure the VTA (Vertical Termination Adapter) onto the
chimney with the brackets provided.
Place and secure the Termination Cap on the VTA with the
screws provided. See Figure 13.
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VENT SECTIONS
Figure 13
Retro-Fit to Metal
Chimney
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GAS LINE INSTALLATION
The Valve is located near the lower Right Rear Corner of the
appliance. Install the Gas Supply Line to the backside of the
unit to ease installation of the unit to the Supply Line, a flexible
connector and Manual Shut - Off Valve are supplied. The Manual
Shut - Off Valve should be installed onto the Supply Line, ahead
of the flex. All connections must be checked for leaks with a soap
and water solution or Gas Sniffer.
GAS PRESSURE
For natural gas, the minimum inlet gas supply pressure is 4.5
inches water column, and the maximum inlet gas pressure is 7.0
inches water column, for the purpose of input adjustment. Input
rate is 40,000 Btu/hr. For propane gas, the inlet gas supply pressure must be at least 11.0 inches water column and a maximum
14.0 inches water column. Input rate is 38,000 Btu/hr.
Manifold pressure for this Heater is 1.6 - 3.5 inches water column
for natural gas and 6.3 - 10.0 inches water column for propane
gas. This Heater has a variable adjust manifold.Pressure taps
are located on the front of the valve for both inlet and outlet
pressure.
Figure A
Figure B
FUEL CONVERSION
For conversion of the DV450S unit, use Kit # 844-9230 to
convert from Natural Gas to LP.
A.
1.
2.
3.
Gas and Power Supply.
Shut off the Gas Supply to the unit.
Unplug the Blower Cord from the Power Supply.
Carefully remove the Logs and Burner from the
Firebox. See Figure A for burner removal.
B. Burner Orifice.
Adjust Air Shutter Adjustment Screw as necessary to slide the Air
Shutter off the Burner Orifice.
1. Loosen and remove the Retaining Nut on the Burner Orifice
with a 5/8” wrench. See Figure B.
2. Replace the Burner Orifice with the .073 LP Main Burner
Orifice supplied in kit. Reposition the Air Shutter onto the Burner
Orifice. Refer to Section IX., on the following page, for High
Altitude Installation.
Figure C
C. Pilot Orifice.
1. Remove top of pilot hood. See Figure C.
2. Use an Allen Wrench to remove the pilot injector orifice. See
Figure D.
3. Replace the pilot hood ensuring that it is seated and aligned.
5. Replace burner into the unit.
Figure D
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D. Valve - Adjustable Regulator.
1. Gain access to the Valve Regulator Head by lifting up on the
Valve Cover and removing the Tabs from the Slots on the Back
Shield.
2. Follow Steps 1 - 3 in the Instructions included with the
Regulator. Save the Label included in the Kit for later attachment
to the unit.
3. Replace the Valve Cover after the Valve has been checked
for leaks.
E. Leak Check.
1. Turn on the Gas Supply to the unit to check for gas leaks
with soap and water.
2. Turn the Gas Control Knob to the “Pilot” position.
Push the Knob in all the way and hold. At the same time, push in
the Red Ignitor button repeatedly until the Pilot lights. Never hold
the Gas Control Knob for more than [10] seconds if the Pilot does
not light. Once the Pilot lights, continue to hold the Control Knob
in for 15 seconds. Release the Gas Control Knob and it will pop
back out. Test for leaks at the Pilot Assembly using a soap and
water solution or a a Gas Sniffer. Turn the Gas Control Knob to
the “ON” position and turn the Switch On. Check for leaks around
the Valve and the Burner Orifice
WARNING!
THE INSTALLATION OF THIS
CONVERSION KIT MUST ONLY
BE UNDERTAKEN BY A QUALIFIED AND CERTIFIED GAS
APPLIANCE INSTALLER.
HIGH ALTITUDE INSTALLATION
For U.S. installation, units are tested and approved for elevations
from 0-2000 feet.
When installing this unit 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 should be reduced
4 percent for each 1000 feet above sea level. Check with the
local gas utility for proper Orifice size identification. This unit is
shipped with a .125 in./3.18 mm. Main Burner Orifice size for
Natural Gas.
For Canadian installation, units are certified for elevations from
0-4500 feet. When installing this unit at an elevation between
0-4500 feet in Canada, the input rating does not need to be
reduced.
When installing this unit at an elevation above 4500 feet in
Canada, check with local authorities.
Consult your local gas company for assistance in determining
the proper Orifice for your location or refer to ANSI Z223.1-latest
edition, Appendix F.
NOTE: This Heater DOES NOT require a 110VAC supply for operation.
NOTE: This Heater must be electrically wired and
grounded in accordance with Local Codes or, in the
absence of Local Codes, with the National Electric
Code ANSI/NFPA 70-latest edition, or the Canadian
Electrical Code, CSA C22.1.
NOTE: This 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 psi (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 levels equal or less than
1/2 psi (3.5 kPa).
WARNING !
This conversion kit shall be installed by a qualified service agency in accordance
with the manufacturer’s instructions and all applicable codes and requirements of the
authority having jurisdiction. If the information in these instructions is not followed
exactly, a fire, explosion or production of carbon monoxide may result causing property
damage, personal injury or loss of life. The qualified service agency is responsible
for the proper installatin of this kit. The installation is not proper and complete until
the operation of the converted appliance is checked as specified in the manufacturer’s
instructions supplied with the kit.
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OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES
Optional accessories may be added now or at a later date.
A. Optional Fan
The Optional Fan Kit (844-0150) requires a 110VAC supply.
Blower Installation:
1. Remove the Knockout Plate from the Backshield of the
DV450S by prying out on the plate and clip or break the tabs that
hold it in place. See Figure 1 below.
2. Remove the tape from the back of the strip of Gasket Material
included with the blower kit, and position the Gasket over the edge
of the opening of the Backshield. See Figure 2 below. (This will
eliminate vibration.)
3. Install the Blower into the Backshield by hooking the bottom
of the Blower Housing into the opening and rock the top of the
Blower forward. Fasten the blower in place with the screws
included in the Fastener Pack. See Figure 3 on this page.
Figure 3
Fan Installation on Back Shield
4. Attach the Switch Control Box on the Backshield with the
screws provided. See Figure 4, this page.
5. Plug the Connector on the wiring assembly into the Receptacle
on the top of the Blower Housing. See Figure 5, this page.
Figure 4
Attach Switch Control Box
Figure 1
Removal of Knockout Plate
Blower
Control
Box
Figure 5
Receptacle
Figure 2
Placing Blower Gasket on Back Shield
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WARNING!
C. Remote Control
Electrical Grounding Instructions
This appliance is equipped with a three-prong (grounding)
plug for your protection against shock hazard and should
be plugged directly into a properly grounded three-prong
receptacle. Do not cut or remove the grounding prong
from this plug.
A remote control thermostat may be installed on this stove.
Contact your dealer for the correct model.
28749 (1)
D. Warming Shelves/Brackets
Please see the Installation Instructions included with the Shelves.
Refer to page 5, Heater System Components, for ordering purposes.
25385 (1)
25580 (1)
23998 (1)
20613 (1)
25579 (1)
14212 (1)
18164 (1)
Blower Wiring Diagram
B. Optional Wall Thermostat
The use of a millivolt Thermostat is allowed. It must be located
within 20 feet of the appliance. In order for the Thermostat to
work, the “ON/OFF” Switch must be in the “ON” position.
Figure 12 shows how to connect a millivolt Thermostat without
the “ON/OFF” Switch in the Circuit. Disconnect the “ON/OFF”
Switch from the Valve and wire the millivolt Thermostat as indicated.
Ignitor
Thermopile
Warming Shelf and Bracket
E. Door Trim
Part # 844-0140. Please the Installation Instructions included
with the Door Trim.
Pilot
Thermocouple
Rocker Switch / Wall Thermostat / Remote
Variable
Regulator
Pilot
Adjustment
Cap
Push Button
Ignitor
Decorative Glass Accent
Manifold Pressure
Inlet Pressure
Figure 12 - Wiring Diagram
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Firebox Entry
C. Log Placement.
A. Removing the Front Face.
1. Losen the Thumb Screw from the bottom of the unit that holds
the Front Face in position. See Figure 20.
2. Carefully lift the Front Face up and pull the bottom forward.
Place in a safe place.
The logs are shipped in separate packaging. Refer to Fig. 22 for
identification for the installation process.
1. Place rear log over two white pins on the firebox floor at the
back of firebox. See Fig. 23.
2. Set left log over two pins on left side of firebox floor. Fig. 24.
3. Set right log over two pins on right side of firebox floor.
4. Set left twig over one pin on top left of rear log and into groove
on front left log.
5. Set right twig over two pins on top right of rear log and into
groove on front right log.
Figure 23
Rear Log
Placement
Figure 20 - Bottom Thumb Screw
B. Removing the Glass.
3. Remove the Glass Frame Assembly by pulling the Latch
Releases forward and upward. See Figure 21. Lift the Glass
Frame Assembly up, sliding the [3] tabs at the bottom out of
the slots.
Figure 24
Left and Right
Log Placement
Figure 21 - Removal of Sealed Glass
Randomly place the Ember Chunks on the Burner Pan between
and in line with the two front logs, creating a small wall of
embers. Do not allow the Chunks to cover the burner ports or air
holes in the Burner Pan as this may restrict air and/or gas flow,
creating a less than satisfactory performance. Too much restriction can cause improper combustion and sooting (especially with
an appliance using propane gas). It is not necessary to use all of
the Chunks supplied with the unit.
REAR LOG
LEFT
TWIG
RIGHT
TWIG
LEFT LOG
RIGHT LOG
Figure 22 - Log Identification
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D. Creating the Coal Bed Look.
Ember Chunks.
Once the Burner Pan has been correctly covered with Ember
Chunks, place a single row of ember Chunks on the ember tray
located at the front of the Log Assembly.
Once the Ember Chunks are in place, a thin layer of Mineral Wool
may be bridged over the Chunks for greater enhancement.
Lava Rock.
Distribute the lava rock over the surface of the hearth pan next
to the glass being careful not get lava rock down into the air
inlet slots or onto the surface of the Burner Pan. The lava rock
does not change the flame and does not have to be used. A
different look to to the front of the unit is to add a row of ember
Chunks.
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E. Adjustable Flue Restrictor
The DV450 has an adjustable flue restrictor for maximum performance for vertical installations. The unit is shipped with the
restrictor in the open position and should be left open with any
horizontal installations.
The adjustment screw can be accessed by reaching through
the center air outlet slot at the top of the front face. See Figure
25. The slot of the screw head indicates the position of the
restrictor. See Figure 25. Turn the screw with a straight blade
screwdriver to close the restrictor as necessary.
The amount to close the restrictor will depend on the vent
height. If the vertical height is 20 feet or more, the restrictor
can be closed all the way. Anything less will require some
setting less than closed. The setting will vary depending on
the installation.
Figure 26 - Door Trim Installation
Step 14 - Replacing the Front Face
Carefully lift the front face into position and replace the thumb
screw to hold it in position.
Any offsets in a vertical installation will restrict the system and
the flue restrictor will not need to be closed as much.
WARNING!
NEVER OPERATE THIS APPLIANCE WITH THE
DOOR AND/OR GLASS REMOVED OR NOT
SEALED.
WARNING!
DO NOT OPERATE APPLIANCE WITH THE
PANEL(S) REMOVED, CRACKED OR BROKEN.
REPLACEMENT OF THE PANEL(S) SHOULD BE
DONE BY A LICENSED OR QUALIFIED SERVICE
PERSON.
Figure 25 - Adjustable Flue Restrictor
Step 11 - Clean the Glass
Pre-Use Check List
To clean the glass, use a non-abrasive, mild cleaning solution.
(For example, a glass cleaner or for stubborn film, an oven
cleaner.) Apply an adequate amount to the glass and wipe off
with a damp cloth. Be sure all cleaner is thoroughly rinsed from
the glass.
Before operating this heater, please review the safety precautions given on page 2 as well as the items listed below:
Step 12 - Install the Glass
After cleaning the glass, carefully place the Glass Frame
Assembly onto the unit by positioning the tabs at the bottom of
the frame into the slots. Pull the latch releases forward and hook
over the glass frame.
Step 13 - Optional Door Trim Kit Installation
1. Check to make sure the logs are securely in place and
the rock wool, lava rock and Chunks have all been placed
correctly. (Refer to Steps 8 and 9.)
2. Check to see that all wiring is correct and enclosed to prevent
possible shock.
3. Check to ensure there are no gas leaks. This may be done
with a soap and water solution.
4. Make sure the glass is sealed and in its proper position.
Never operate this heater with the face removed or glass
removed or not sealed.
The decorative trim can be installed at this time.
1. Lay the front face on a flat surface being careful not to
damage it.
2. Remove the lower shield by removing the (3) screws.
3. Lay the door trim onto the front face and put the shield back in
position and attach with the screws provided and those removed
earlier.
5. Verify that all venting and caps are unobstructed. Exhaust
gases are extremely hot. Check for obstructions from trees,
bushes, snow drifts, etc.
6. Read and understand these Instructions thoroughly before
attempting to operate this heater.
The screws are thread cutters and a power screwdriver is necessary to drive the screws into position. See Figure 26.
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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 gas appliance has a manual ignition device that lights the pilot.
When lighting the pilot, follow these instructions exactly.
B. STOP! BEFORE READING FURTHER, smell around the appliance
area for gas. Be sure to smell next to the floor because some gas is
heavier than air and will settle to the floor.
WHAT TO DO IF YOU SMELL GAS:
*Do not try to light the appliance.
*Do not touch any electric switch; do not use any telephone
in your building.
*Immediately call your gas supplier from a neighbor’s
telephone. Follow the instructions of your utility.
*If you cannot reach your utility, call the fire department.
C. IF THE PILOT LIGHT AND BURNER WENT OUT DURING USE,
YOU MUST TAKE THE GLASS OFF THE APPLIANCE AND WAIT TO
CLEAR OUT ANY GAS. FOLLOW THE LIGHTING INSTRUCTIONS
BELOW.
D. Use only your hand to push in or turn the gas control knob to light
the pilot. Never use tools. If the knob will not push in or turn by hand,
do not try to repair it; call a qualified service technician. Using a tool
or attempting repairs may result in a fire or explosion.
E. 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 that has been under water.
LIGHTING INSTRUCTIONS
TO TURN OFF GAS TO APPLIANCE
!
3. Open control access panel.
4. Turn gas control clockwise
F
2. Turn off all electric power to the appliance if service is to be performed.
POSITION INDICATOR
PILOT
OF
1. Turn rocker switch to OFF or the wall thermostat to lowest setting if your
unit is so equipped.
!
PILOT
ON
6. If the pilot light went out during normal use with the gas control knob at
the “ON” position, turn the gas control knob to the “OFF” position. REMOVE
THE FIXED GLASS PANEL. Wait ten (10) minutes to clear out any gas.
9. Turn gas control knob counterclockwise
to the “PILOT”
*If gas control knob does not pop back up when released, turn the knob
to “OFF” and call your service technician or gas supplier.
GAS CONTROL KNOB
*If the pilot will not stay on after two attempts, turn the gas control knob to
“OFF” and call your service technician or gas supplier.
11. Turn gas control knob counterclockwise
to the
“ON” position. The knob can be turned to the “ON” position only if it
is popped out.
12. Close the access panel.
13. Turn on electrical power to the appliance. If equipped with a
thermostat, set to the desired setting.
F
5. If the gas control knob is at the “OFF” position, go to step 7. If the gas
control knob is at the “ON” position, go to step 6.
!
OF
PILOT
7. Smell for gas, including near the floor. If you don’t smell gas, go to
the next step. If you smell gas, wait another five (5) minutes or until
the gas odor is no longer present before continuing. If the odor of gas
does not disappear after fifteen (15) minutes, STOP! Follow “B” in the
safety information above.
8. Replace glass panel if it has been removed.
9. Turn gas control knob counterclockwise
to the “PILOT”
position.
10. Push the gas control knob in all the way and hold. At the same time,
push in red ignition button repeatedly until the pilot lights. Never hold the
gas control knob in for more than ten (10) seconds if the pilot does not
light. Once the pilot lights, continue to hold the gas control knob in for 15
seconds. Release the gas control knob and it will pop back up. If pilot
POSITION INDICATOR
does not remain lit, repeat steps 6 through 9.
ON
1. STOP! Read the safety information above.
2. Turn off all electric power to the appliance. If your appliance has a
thermostat, set to lowest setting.
3. Open control access panel.
4. Find the pilot. The pilot is inside the combustion chamber next to the
main burner.
GAS CONTROL KNOB
to “OFF”.
5. Close control access panel.
POSITION INDICATOR
PILOT
F
OF
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GAS CONTROL KNOB
ON
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Upon completing the gas line connection, a small amount of air
will be in the lines. When first lighting the pilot light, it will take a
few minutes for the lines to purge themselves of this air. Once the
purging is complete, the pilot and burner will light and operate.
Subsequent lightings of the appliance will not require such
purging. When lit for the first time, the appliance will emit a slight
odor for an hour or two. This is due to paint and lubricants used in
the manufacturing process. Additionally, for the first few minutes
after each lighting, vapor may condense and fog the glass and
the flames may be blue. After a few minutes, this moisture will
disappear and within 15-30 minutes the flames should become
yellow.
CAUTION: During the initial purging and subsequent lightings, NEVER allow the gas valve
control knob to remain depressed in the “pilot”
position without pushing the red ignitor button at
least once every second.
ON/OFF SWITCH FOR THE BURNER
The on/off switch for the burner is located at the rear of the unit.
The knob beside the switch controls the flame setting. Turning
clockwise increases the flame and counter-clockwise turns the
flame to low. See Figure 27.
Figure 28
Air Shutter Adjustment
Note:
Allow the unit to cool before replacing the front face.
Allow the unit to operate about 15-20 minutes. This will give
the flame time to reach its height and color before making
adjustments to the air shutter. As the shutter is closed, the flame
should get taller and darker.
The appliance may produce a noise, caused from metal
expansion and contraction as it heats up and cools down. This
noise is similar to one that a furnace or heat duct may produce
and does not affect the operation or longevity of the the unit.
Keep the control compartment, logs, and burner area surrounding
the logs clean by vacuuming or brushing at least twice a year.
CAUTION: The Logs can get very hot handle only when cool.
Figure 27 Flame Adjustment
AIR SHUTTER ADJUSTMENT
The air shutter adjusts the amount of air that mixes with the gas
as it enters the Burner Pan. It is used to fine tune the flame as
necessary for differences in altitude and vent configuration. The
shutter is shipped in the open position.
It can be adjusted by removing the front face and turning the
adjustment screw. See Figure 28.
Turning the screw in will close the shutter; turning the screw out
will open the shutter.
The shutter can be adjusted while the unit is in operation.
However, the unit should be shut off and allowed to cool before
removing the front face.
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SEASONAL SHUTDOWN
Turning the valve to off at the end of the season will prevent gas
from running to the appoiance while not in use in the off season.
However, leaving the pilot on does not consume a large amount
of gas and the pilot will help keep the moisture and insects out
of the system.
OPERATION PROCEDURE DURING REGULAR USE
Simply turn the switch/thermostat to the ON position. THis will
ignite the main burner.
SHUTDOWN DURING REGULAR USE
Simply turn the switch/thermostat to OFF. This will disengage the
burner and the falmes will extinguish.
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MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS
Cleaning the burner and control compartment
Keep the burner compartment clean. Brush this area with a
clean, dry paint brush and vacuum at least once a year. Always
turn off the gas valve and ON/OFF switch before cleaning.
Checking flame patterns
Visually check the flame of the burner periodically, making sure
the flames are steady; not lifting or floating. The flame color
should be blue with yellow tips. The thermopile tip should be
covered with flame. See Figure 20.
NOTE: If the air shutter is open all the way and the
flames remain sooty, shut off gas to the appliance and
contact a qualified gas service technician.
If the vent configuration is installed incorrectly, the vent
may cause the flames inside the appliance to lift or
“ghost” - a dangerous situation. Inspect the flames after
installation to ensure proper performance. If the vent
configuration is correct, yet the flames are lifting or ghosting, shut off gas to the appliance and contact the dealer
for information on remedying the problem.
WARNING!
Do not use this heater if any part has been under
water. Immediately call a qualified service technician to inspect the heater and to replace any part of
the control system and any gas control which has
been under water.
Thermopile
Pilot Hood
Thermocouple
(Pilot Sensor)
Flame covers top 1/2" of
thermopile and thermocouple.
Venting system inspection
The heater and venting system should be inspected before use
each season, and at least annually, by a qualified field service
person, to ensure that the flow of combustion and ventilation
air is not obstructed.
Cleaning the glass
It is recommended to wear gloves while handling or removing
the glass. DO NOT REMOVE THE GLASS WHEN HOT.
Note: When cleaning the glass, NEVER use abrasive
materials. NEVER clean glass when hot.
Figure 20 - Standing Pilot
Note: Operation of a Direct Vent Heater may
be sporadic in high wind situations.
Correct
Flames should be blue at the base,
yellow-orange on the top.
To clean the glass, use a non-abrasive, mild cleaning solution.
(For example, a glass cleaner for stubborn film, or an oven
cleaner.) Apply an adequate amount to the glass and wipe
off with a damp cloth. Be sure all cleaner is thoroughly rinsed
from the glass.
Not Enough Air
If the flames are tall or sooty on
the ends, open the air shutter.
Never operate this heater without the glass properly secured in
place or if the glass is broken.
In the event of glass breakage, follow door removal instructions. This will allow the removal of all glass fragments and
sheet metal edge protection strips. Vacuum all remaining glass
pieces with a shop vac. (DO NOT VACUUM IF PIECES ARE
HOT.) Replace glass ordered direct or through your local
distributor. Never use substitute material. Only ceramic glass
may be used on this heater.
Log cleaning
Carbon build-up can be removed with a vacuum cleaner.
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Too Much Air
If the flames are all blue, short
and transparent, close the air shutter.
Figure 21 - Flame Patterns
CAUTION: Label all wires prior to disconnection when servicing controls. Wiring errors can
cause improper and dangerous operation. Verify
proper operation after servicing.
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TROUBLE SHOOTING
Problem:
Possible Cause:
Solutions:
Pilot will not light.
Air in Gas Lines.
Bleed air from Gas Line.
Wrong Inlet Pressure.
Check Gas Line pressure (7” Nat., 11” L.P.).
Defective Spark
Electrode.
Replace Electrode if the Insulator is cracked or the Tip is
corroded. Verify that the Spark Gap between the Pilot and
the Electrodes correct.
Defective Piezo Wire.
Replace Piezo Wire if Insulation is damaged, broken, or
corroded.
Safety Interlock
Allow Thermocouple to cool until the mV drops below the
Function engaged.
hold - in requirements of the Safety Magnet (30 seconds or
less). Relight Pilot.
Pilot will not hold.
Wrong Inlet Pressure.
Check Gas Line pressure (7” Nat., 11” L.P.).
Pilot Adjustment Screw
After the Pilot has been lit for approximately [3] min., and only
not adjusted properly.
the Thermo-generator wires connected to the Main Operator
Head, measure the voltage across TPTH and TP. This Open
Circuit voltage should be between 500mV and 750mV. Tune
the Pilot Adjustment Screw until the mV reading falls within
these parameters. Counter-clockwise increases the mV
reading, Clockwise decreases it. Turn with a Wrench.
Thermocouple or
Thermo-generator has
With the Thermocouple and Thermo-generator Tips cool,
clean the upper 3/8” with a very fine Emery cloth.
Film build-up on Tip.
Electrical Resistance
Using a very fine Emery cloth, clean the Thermo-generator
too high.
and Thermocouple connections at the Valve. Tighten
Thermocouple into Valve, hand tight, adding a 1/4 turn
with a wrench.
Defective
Verify that the Thermocouple is not kinked or damaged.
Thermocouple.
Check Open-Circuit voltage of Thermocouple. Voltage should
(mV Plus System)
be between 18mv and 28mv. If voltage is less than 14mv,
replace the Thermocouple.
Defective Thermo-
After the Pilot has been lit for approximately [3] min.,and only
generator.
the Thermo-generator wires connected to the Main Operator H
(millivolt System)
Head, measure the voltage across TPTH and TP. This Open
Circuit voltage should be between 500mV and 750mV. Tune
the Pilot Adjustment Screw until the mV reading falls within
these parameters. Counter-Clockwise increases mV reading,
Clockwise decreases it.
Defective Safety Magnet
Verify operation of Safety Magnet in the following manner:
(mV Plus Systems).
(A) Depress and hold the Pilot Button.
(B) Verify Open-Circuit Thermocouple voltage as described
in previous Step.
(C) Reconnect Thermocouple to the Valve.
(D) Measure the millivoltage between the Solder Button on
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TROUBLE SHOOTING (continued)
Problem:
Possible Cause:
Pilot will not
Defective Magnet
Hold (Cont.).
(mV Plus systems).
Solutions:
If the mV reading is above 6mV and the Safety Magnet
does not hold, replace the Valve.
(E) If Closed-Circuit mV reading is the same as the
Open-Circuit reading, the Coil is electrically “Open”.
Replace the Valve.
Defective Savety Magnet
Verify operation of Safety Magnet in the following manner:
(A) Remove all Wires from the terminals of the Main Operator.
(B) Measure the electrical voltage between the Terminals
TPTH and TP. If the voltage is above 110mV and the
Safety Magnet does not hold, replace the Valve.
Pilot Drops
Pilot Orifice blocked.
Replace Orifice with a new Orifice of the exact size and type.
Out.
Wrong Pilot Orifice.
Replace the Orifice with a new Orifice supplied specifically
for the appliance and gas in question.
No gas to
Low gas pressure to
Main Burner.
appliance.
Pilot not lit.
Check Gas Pressure (7” N.G./11” L.P.)
Light Pilot and wait for Thermo-generator to heat up
sufficiently to power the Main Operator. If Pilot fails to light,
hold, refer to the above sections.
Control Knob in
Rotate “OFF/PILOT/ON” Control Knob to the “ON” position.
the “ON” position.
Thermostat/
Thermostat not in
Turn Thermostat “ON” and then adjust Temperature Control
Wall Switch
the “ON” position.
to call for heat.
the Main
Thermo-generator out-
Refer to Item #7 in the Set-up Guide. If unable to meet
Burner.
put voltage not within
minimum requirements, replace the Thermo-generator.
will not cycle
design parameters.
Defective Thermostat
or Thermostat Wiring.
(A) With the Pilot adjusted properly, place a Jumper Wire
between TPTH and TH. Take a mV reading across the
TPTH and TH Terminals of the Valve. This Closed Circuit
voltage should not fall below 300mV.
Record reading.
(B) Remove Jumper Wire from the TPTH and TH connections
and connect the Thermostat Wires to the same Terminals.
Closed Circuit voltage as described in the previous Step.
If the mV reading drops below150mV, excessive
resistance exists in the Thermostat Circuit and must be
isolated and eliminated.
Defective Wall Switch.
Repeat the above troubleshooting items covered under
“Defective Thermostat or Thermostat Wiring” except,
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TROUBLE SHOOTING (continued)
Problem:
Possible Cause:
Thermostat/
Excessive Wire
Resistance.
Make sure that all mV connections are made using wire of
the proper size. Reference Table 2.
Valve Wired
the Incorrectly.
The Thermo-generator leads must be connected to
TPTH and TP connections of the Main Operator.
Thermostat Wires must be connected to the TPTH and TP
Terminals of the Valve.
Main Operator Coil is
Verify electrical resistance of the Main Operator the following
defective.
manner:
Wall Switch
will not cycle
the Main
Burner (Cont.)
Main Burner lights
while in the
Solutions:
(A) Remove ALL WIRES! from the Operator Head.
Pilot position.
(B) With an Ohm meter, measure electric resistance between
the TP and TH Terminals. If the resistance does not fall
within specification, replace the Valve. See Table 1.
Debris on Seat of
Replace Valve.
Main Valve.
Main Seat blown out
Replace Valve.
as a result of exposing
an LPG Gas Valve to
an unregulated line
pressure in excess
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REPLACEMENT PARTS
Replacement parts are available from your distributor/
dealer.
If necessary, a Conversion Kit is available from your
distributor/dealer.
ITEM PART#
844-6120
1
844-2640
2
29866
3
844-1260
4
844-9120
5
844-1240
6
29180
7
844-5820
8
844-2640
9
844-1980
10
844-5810
11
844-1410
844-2520
844-2530
844-2170
12
844-0490
844-1230
13
844-5840
844-5850
14
844-2550
DESCRIPTION
Burner Assembly
Knob
Control Rod
“ON/OFF” Rocker Switch
Valve Cover Assembly
Push Button Ignitor
Rocker Switch Wire Assembly
Brass Elbow
Control Rod Knob
Brass Elbow
Flex Tube
Pilot Assembly - Natural Gas
Pilot Orifice - Natural Gas
Pilot Assembly - Propane
Pilot Orifice - Propane
Valve Assembly - Natural Gas
Valve Assembly - Propane
Burner Orifice - Natural Gas
Burner Orifice - Propane
Bulkhead
1
2
5
3
4
6
11
7
8
9
12
13
10
14
** If any of the original wiring as supplied with the heater must be replaced, it must be replaced with Type 18 ga., 105C wire,
or its equivalent.
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ITEM
1
2
3
4
5
PART#
844-2680
844-2690
844-2700
844-2710
844-2720
844-6130
844-6140
844-6150
844-6160
844-6170
844-6180
844-5970
844-5980
844-5990
844-6000
844-6010
844-6020
844-6030
844-4060
844-6040
27873
27587
27545
844-2980
844-2990
844-7790
844-3010
844-3930
844-3030
844-6060
844-5070
844-6070
844-6090
844-6080
844-6100
844-6110
844-6120
DESCRIPTION
Leg-Matte Black
Leg-Porcelain Black
Leg-Porcelain Blue
Leg-Porcelain Creme
Leg-Porcelain Green
Front Face-Matte Black
Front Face-Porcelain Black
Front Face-Porcelain Blue
Front Face-Porcelain Creme
Front Face-Porcelain Green
Side Plate-Matte Black
Side Plate-Porcelain Black
Side Plate-Porcelain Blue
Side Plate-Porcelain Creme
Side Plate-Porcelain Green
DV450 Top Plate-Matte Black
DV450 Top Plate-Porcelain Black
DV450 Top Plate-Porcelain Blue
DV450 Top Plate-Porcelain Creme
DV450 Top Plate-Porcelain Green
Bottom Plate (not shown)
Side Refractory (not shown)
Back Refractory (not shown)
Shutter (not shown)
Shutter Screw (not shown)
Ceramic Glass Assembly
DV450 Glass Gasket (not shown)
Switch Bracket (not shown)
Latch Arm Assembly (not shown)
DV450 Back Shield (not shown)
Wing Bolt for Front Face (not shown)
Glass Panel
Door Frame (not shown)
Door Frame Assembly (not shown)
Damper (not shown)
Back Shield (not shown)
Burner Assembly (not shown)
4
2
3
5
1
DV450S Replacement Parts
3
4
ITEM
5
1
2
PART#
DESCRIPTION
844-5880
Gas Log Assembly
1
844-5890
Front Log - Left
2
844-5900
Front Log - Right
3
844-5910
Back Log
4
844-5920
Top Log - Left
5
844-5930
Top Log - Right
6
844-5940
Embers (not shown)
7
844-5950
Lava Rock (not shown)
8
884-1060
Mineral Wool (not shown)
DV450S Gas Log Assembly
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LIFETIME WARRANTY
LIFETIME WARRANTY
The Aladdin Hearth Products limited Lifetime Warranty guarantees that the following components will work as
designed for the lifetime of the stove or Aladdin Hearth Products will repair or replace them. These items include
but are not limited to steel and cast iron components, flame plate, firebox reflector, combustion chambers, heat
exchanger systems, stainless steel firebox components, burners, gas logs, gold plating, doors, glass damaged by
thermal breakage, steel baffles and manifold tubes.
THREE YEAR WARRANTY
Our EZ Clean and ceramic firepots are both covered under Aladdin’s three-year warranty program.
ONE YEAR WARRANTY
All electrical components such as but not limited to blowers, wiring vacuum switches, speed controls, control
boxes, thermodisc switches, pilot assembly, ignitors and gas valves are covered under Aladdin’s one-year warranty
program. Carburators are covered under Aladdin’s one-year warranty. Labor to repair or replace these parts is
covered for one year, reimbursed per our warranty service fee schedule.
CONDITIONS
This warranty is non-transferable and is made to the original retail price purchaser only, provided that the purchase
was made through an authorized dealer of Aladdin Hearth Products. This Aladdin product must be installed by
a competent, authorized service contractor. It must be installed and operated at all times in accordance with the
Installation and Operating Instructions furnished with this product, as well as any applicable local and national
codes. Any alteration, willful abuse, accident, or misuse of the product shall nullify this warranty.
Labor to repair or replace items covered under the limited Lifetime Warranty will be covered for the first five years
per our warranty service fee reimbursement schedule. Parts covered under the limited Lifetime Warranty will be
covered for the lifetime of the appliance up to a maximum of five years after Aladdin Hearth Products discontinues
the model. Adjustments, regular maintenance and cleaning, and temporary repairs do not qualify for a service
call fee and will not be covered. The replacement of consumer replaceable items and installation of upgraded
component parts do not qualify for a service call fee, and will not be covered.
This limited Lifetime Warranty does not extend to or include surface finish of the stove, door gasketing, glass
gasketing, thermocouple covers, firebrick, kaowool or other ceramic insulating materials. It does not cover
installation or operational-related such as overfiring, use of corrosive driftwood, downdrafts or spillage caused by
environmental conditions, nearby trees, building, hilltops, mountains, inadequate venting or ventilation, excessive
offsets, or negative air pressures caused by mechanical systems such as furnaces, fans, clothes dryers, etc.
Any installation, construction, transportation or other related costs or expenses arising from defective part(s), repair,
replacement, etc., will not be covered by this warranty, nor will Aladdin Hearth Products assume responsibility
for them. Further, Aladdin Hearth Products will not be responsible for any incidental, indirect, or consequential
damages, except as provided by law. Aladdin Hearth Products will not be responsible for any alteration to the
unit which causes sooting that results in damage to the interior or exterior of the building in which this appliance
is installed. This limited Lifetime Warranty does not apply to venting components, hearth components or other
accessories used in conjunction with the installation of this product not manufactured by Aladdin Hearth Products.
This warranty is void if the stove has been operated in atmospheres contaminated by chlorine, fluorine, or there
is any damage to the stove or other components due to water or weather damage which is the result of, but not
limited to, improper chimney or venting installation. Aladdin Hearth Products may, at its discretion, fully discharge
all obligations with respect to this warranty by either repairing or replacing the unit, or refunding the wholesale
price of the defective part(s).
This limited Lifetime Warranty is effective on all Dovre and Arrow stoves sold at point of purchase after July1,
1998, and all Quadra-Fire stoves sold after September 1, 1996, and supersedes any and all warranties currently
in existence.
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OWNER'S NOTES:
Important!
Complete now for future reference.
MODELNAME
DOVRE DV450S
Serial Number
Located on the Ratings Label on back of unit.
Date Purchased
Dealership Where Purchased
Dealer Phone
Additional Information:
After completing your warranty card, attach your sales receipt
and warranty stub here for future reference.
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Attention
INSTALLER
Please return these
Operating & Installation
Instructions to the
Consumer