Installation Manual Atra Adirondack GZ 450 DV Fireplaces for the

Installation Manual Atra Adirondack GZ 450 DV Fireplaces for the
138978_Rev_E / 3.23.10
Atra GZ 450 DV
Direct Vent Gas Fireplace
Installation Manual
for the
Atra Adirondack
GZ 450 DV Fireplaces
CAUTION: THESE INSTRUCTIONS ARE TO
REMAIN WITH THE HOMEOWNER.
WARNING: If the information in these
instructions 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 you gas supplier from a
neighbor’s phone. Follow the gas supplier’s
instruction.
• If you cannot reach your gas supplier, call
the fire department.
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Installation and service must be performed
by a qualified installer, service agency or the
gas supplier.
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In the Commonwealth of Massachusetts,
a carbon monoxide (CO) detector shall be
installed in the same room as the appliance.
ATTENTION : CES INSTRUCTIONS DOIVENT
DEMUERER AVEC LE PROPRIÉTERE D’UNE
MAISON.
AVERTISSEMENT: Assurez-vous de bien suivreles instructions données dans cette notice
pour réduire auninimum le risque d’incendie
ou d’explosion ou pour éviter tout dommage
matériel, toute blessure ou la mort.

Ne pas entreposer ni utiliser d’essence ni
d’autres vapeurs ou liquides inflammables
dans le voisinage de cet appareil ou de tout
autre appareil.
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QUE FAIRE SI VOUS SENTEZ UNE ODEUR
DE GAZ:
• Ne pas tenter d’allumer l’appareil.
• Ne touchez à aucum interrupteur. Ne
pas vous servir des téléphones se trouvant dans le bâtiment où vous trouvez.
• Appelez immédiatement votre
fournisseur de gaz depuis un voisin.
Suivez les instructions du fournisseur.
• Si vou ne pouvez rejoindre le fournisseur
de gaz, appelez le service des incendies.

L’installatione l’entretien doivent être
assurés par un installateur ou un service
d’entretien qualifié ou par le fournisseur de gaz.
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Atra GZ 450 DV
Direct Vent Gas Fireplace
We recommend that our gas
products be installed and
serviced by professionals who
are certified in the U.S. by the
National Fireplace Institute®
(NFI) as NFI Gas Specialists.
Manufactured and Distributed by:
Jøtul North America
Gorham, Maine USA
Jøtul AS
Fredrikstad, Norway
PLEASE READ THESE INSTRUCTIONS IN THEIR
ENTIRETY AND MAKE THEM AVAILABLE TO
ANYONE USING OR SERVICING THIS APPLIANCE.
THIS PRODUCT MUST BE INSTALLED BY A
LICENSED MASTER OR JOURNEYMAN PLUMBER
OR GAS-FITTER WHEN INSTALLED IN THE
COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS.
MASSACHUSETTS BOARD OF PLUMBERS AND
GAS-FITTERS APPROVAL # G1-0809-25
This fireplace has a unique serial number stamped
on the rating plate which is located in the valve compartment. Please record the serial number in the space below.
Suggested Tools & Fittings for
Installation and Service
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External regulator (for Propane only)
Piping which complies with local code
Manual shut-off valve T-Handle required in Massachusetts
Sediment trap
Tee joint
Pipe wrench
Pipe sealant
10 mm open end wrench
1/2”, 7/16” open end wrench
Phillips head screwdriver
Flat head screwdriver
1/4” nut driver
Gloves
Safety glasses
Torx T-20 screwdriver
MODEL NAME: Atra GZ 450 DV Gas Fireplace
SERIAL NUMBER:___________________________________
DATE OF PURCHASE:________________________________
AUTHORIZED DEALER:_______________________________
NAME OF INSTALLER:________________________________
FUEL TYPE:________________________________________
INSTALLER PLEASE NOTE:
The Remote Control and Ignition system have
been tested at the factory. The batteries associated with those components have been
left in place. The transmitter may need to be
re-synchronized with the receiver: see page
33, Sect. 8.5.2.
We recommend that you check the build
date on the shipping crate label. If more than
6 months have passed since the build date,
please be prepared to replace the Receiver
and Transmitter batteries.
See battery specifications on page 4.
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Table of Contents
1.0 Specifications.................................................... 4
2.0
3.0
4.0
5.0
General Information....................................... 5
Safety Information .........................................6
Installation Requirements
4.1 Electrical Requirements . ........................ 7
4.2 Fireplace Location . .................................. 7
4.3 Framing Requirements............................ 8
4.4 Vent Framing Requirements .............. 10
4.5 Hearth Requirements ............................ 11
4.6 Fireplace Clearances . ............................ 11
Venting Requirements
5.1 Horizontal Termination . ........................12
5.2 Vertical Termination................................14
5.3 Exhaust Restriction ................................14
5.4 Rear Vent Conversion ........................... 16
6.0 Fireplace Assembly
6.1 Glass Frame Removal .............................17
6.2 Routing the Power Supply . ..................17
6.3 Gas Connection........................................18
6.4 Gas Pressure............................................ 19
6.5 High Altitude Adjustment....................20
6.6 Firebox Panel Installation.....................21
6.7 Burner Treatments................................. 22
6.8 Door Assembly . .....................................24
6.9 Surround Assembly ..............................24
6.10 System Check ........................................ 25 6.11 Initial Operation Notes.........................26
7.0 Operation
7.1 SIT Proflame System Features .............24
7.2 Control Functions.................................... 25
8.0 Maintenance
8.1 Annual Cleaning...................................... 32
8.2 Glass Care ................................................. 32
8.3 Gasket Inspection . ................................ 32
8.4 Glass & Gasket Replacement . ........... 32
8.5 Battery Replacement ............................ 33
8.6 Accent Lamp Replacement .................. 33
9.0 Illustrated Replacement Parts............ 34 - 36
10.0 Appendix
10.1 Approved Vent Manufacturers........... 37
10.2 Mobile Home Installation.................... 37
10.3 Correct Flame Pictures . ....................... 38
10.4 Wiring Diagram .................................... 38
11.0 Warranty Statement ................................... 39
12.0 Lighting Instructions . ..... Inside Back Cover
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Unpacking the Fireplace
1. Inspect the contents. Immediately report any damage to
your dealer.
2. Confirm contents.
The Atra GZ 450 DV Fireplace includes the following items
shipped inside the firebox and Miscellaneous Hardware bag:
• Simpson Dura-vent 8 x 6 5/8 Vent Reducer
• Latch Tool - used to remove the glass panel to access the firebox
and adjust the exhaust restrictor. See page 17, fig. 25.
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#8 x 1/2” sheet metal screws, 8
4 mm hex key
Remote Control Transmitter
Non-metallic sheath cable clamp
Ausable Arch Door Shade - attached to the shipping pallet
Balsam Hanger Bracket - attached to the shipping pallet
3. Confirm Firebox Components.
The firebox accessories have been packed in separate boxes,
and will include one of each of the following items:
Fireplace Facings
• Ausable Doors:
156867 - Black
156868 - Bronze 156869 - Natural Iron
• Saranac Doors:
156887 - Black
156888 - Bronze
• Placid Surrounds:
Arch Style:
157000 - Black
157001 - Bronze
Standard Style: 156870 - Black
156871 - Bronze
• Loj Doors: 156889 - Black
• Balsam Surrounds:
156890 - Black Penny Vein - 156891 Gold Vein - 156892
Burner Treatments
• Atra Log Set • Beach Fire Sculpture • Forest Floor Sculpture 156840
156854
156860
Firebox Panel Kits
• Fieldstone Panels • Brick Panels, Buff Beige • Brick Panels, Chimney Red 156851
156852
156853
4. Confirm Fuel Type.
This fireplace has been factory-configured to burn either
Natural Gas or Propane. The fuel type is indicated on the
shipping label, and on labels applied to the valve compartment and Rating Plate. Be sure that the correct fuel source is
available for this appliance.
5. Remove Pallet Brackets - two side, two rear. See fig. 1.
Figure 1. Remove pallet brackets.
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1.0 Specifications
• Steady State Efficiency: 68.5% NG / 69.7% LP
• AFUE Efficiency:
• CSA P4. 1-02 Fireplace Efficiency:
1.1 Test Standards
59.70 %
• Factory Air Shutter Settings: 1/16” NG / 3/16” LP
This appliance complies with National
Safety standards and is tested and
listed by Intertek Testing Services of
Middleton, Wisconsin.
• Intermittent Pilot Ignition ( IPI )
• Continuous Pilot Ignition Mode ( CPI or “standing pilot”) may also be used
• Power Requirement: 120 VAC, 4 amps for Fan, Lamp, and Burner Control Module
In addition, the Atra GZ 450 DV
has been tested and listed as a direct
vent gas fireplace heater and listed
to ANSI Z21.88-2005, ANSI z21.88a/CSA
2.33a-2007, CAN/CGA 2.17-M91.
• Remote Control Transmitter batteries preinstalled,
3, AAA - 1.5 v
• Remote Control Receiver batteries supplied: 4, AA
• Fan Control Module: 120V / 60 Hz
1.2 Rating Specifications
1.3 Accessories
Input Rates
Natural Gas
64.0% NG / 70.5% LP
High Altitude Adjustment Kit, NG
High Altitude Adjustment Kit, LP
28,000 BTU/hr. maximum input
19,371 BTU/hr. minimum input
Propane
28,000 BTU/hr. maximum input
#156879
#156880
1.4 Finished Facing Dimensions
19,339 BTU/hr. minimum input
Ausable Doors:
Saranac Doors:
Loj Doors:
Placid Fronts:
Balsam Surrounds:
Inlet Pressure:
MIN MAX
Natural Gas: 4.5 WC (1.12 kPa) 6.5 WC (1.62 kPa)
Propane: 11.0 WC (2.74 kPa)
13.0 WC (3.24 kPa)
Manifold Pressure: MIN MAX
Natural Gas: 1.6 WC (0.40 kPa) 3.5 WC (0.87 kPa)
Propane:
6.4 WC (1.59 kPa) 10.0 WC (2.48 kPa)
37 3/4” x 31 3/4” (959 x 806 mm)
37 3/4” x 31 1/2” (959 x 800 mm)
37 3/4” x 31 1/2” (959 x 800 mm)
37 3/8” x 30 1/4” (948 x 768 mm)
39” x 34 3/4”
(990 x 883 mm)
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Glass Viewing Area:
25 3/4” x 21 1/2”
Figure 2. Overall dimensions
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2.0 General Information
THIS APPLIANCE MUST BE INSTALLED AND
MAINTAINED BY A QUALIFIED SERVICE AGENCY.
DO NOT ATTEMPT TO ALTER OR MODIFY
THE CONSTRUCTION OF THIS APPLIANCE
OR ITS COMPONENTS. ANY MODIFICATION
OR ALTERATION WILL VOID THE WARRANTY,
CERTIFICATION AND LISTING OF THIS APPLIANCE.
WARNING: FAILURE TO POSITION THE PARTS IN
ACCORDANCE WITH THE DIAGRAMS HEREIN
OR FAILURE TO USE ONLY PARTS SPECIFICALLY
APPROVED WITH THIS APPLIANCE MAY RESULT IN
PROPERTY DAMAGE OR PERSONAL INJURY.
IMPORTANT: SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS.

The installation and repair of this appliance must be
done by a qualified service person. Failure to properly
install and maintain this heater could result in an
unsafe or hazardous installation, which may result in
a fire, explosion, property damage, personal injury or
loss of life.
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This appliance should be inspected before use and at
least annually. 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.
`S’assurer que le bruleur et le compartiment des
commandes sont propres. Voir les instructions
d’installation et d’utilisation qui accompagnent
l’appareil.
In the absence of local codes, the installation requirements must comply with the current National
codes. In the U.S., these requirements are established in the National Fuel Code, ANSI Z223.1.(NFPA
54). In Canada, the codes have been established in
CAN/CGA B149 Fuel Installation Code.
Installer l’appareil selon les codes ou reglements
locaux, ou, en l’absence de tels reglements, selon
les Codes d’installation CAN/CGA-B149.

Do not operate this fireplace if any part of it 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.
Ne pas se servir de cet appareil s’il a ete’ plonge
dans l’eau, completement ou en partie. Appeler
un technicien qualifie pour inspecter l’appareil et
remplacer toute partie du syste’me de controle et
toute commande qui ont ete plonges dans l’eau.
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Do not operate the fireplace with the glass front
removed, cracked or broken. Replacement of the
glass should be done by a licensed or qualified service person. Only remove glass for routine service.
Always handle glass carefully.
Pour utilisation avec les portes en verre cerifiers
aved l’appareil seulemend ou. Ne pas utiliser avec
des portes on verre.
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Notify your insurance company before proceding
with installation of this fireplace.

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(s) of gas indicated on the
rating plate. This appliance is not convertible for use
with other gases, unless a certified kit is used.
Cetappareil peut être installé dans un maison préfabriquée (mobile) déjà installée à demeure si les règlements locaux le permettent.
Cet appareil doit être utilisé uniquement avec les
types de gas indiqués sur la plaque signalétique. Ne
pas l’utiliser avec d’autres gas sauf si un kitde conversion certifié est installé.

The installation must conform to local codes. Your lo-
cal Atra authorized dealer can assist you in determining what is required in your area for a safe and legal
installation. Some areas require a permit to install
a gas burning appliance. Always consult your local
building inspector or authority having jurisdiction to
determine what regulations apply in your area.
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3.0 Safety Information
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Due to the high operating temperatures this appli-
ance should be located out of traffic and away from
furniture, draperies, etc. Maintain proper clearance to
combustible mantels and fireplace trim.
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Children and adults should be alerted to the hazards
of high surface temperatures and should stay away to
avoid burns or clothing ignition.
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Young children should be supervised while they are in
the same room as the fireplace.
WARNING!
Shock Hazard. Can cause severe injury or death.
This appliance is powered by line voltage. Do not
try to repair the components in this appliance. In
no way are the component enclosures to be tampered with or opened. Turn off the main power
supply during installation or when performing
any maintenance.
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Clothing or other flammable materials should not be
placed on or near the fireplace.
Surveiller les enfants. Garder les vêtements, les
meubles, l’essence ou autres liquides à vapeur inflammables lin de l’appareil.
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Never allow anyone to use the fireplace if they are
WARNING!
Always shut off the main gas supply to the appliance during inspection, maintenance, or cleaning.
unfamiliar with its operation.
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NEVER store or use gasoline or any other flammable
vapors or liquids in the vicinity of the fireplace.
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Never burn any solid materials (wood, cardboard,
paper, coal, etc.) in this gas fireplace. Use with natural
gas or propane fuel ONLY.
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Any safety screen, glass or guard removed for servic-
ing the appliance must be replaced prior to operating
the appliance.
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Avoid striking the glass panel.
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This appliance is NOT for use with aftermarket glass
doors. This appliance is approved for use only with the
door facings, interior panels and glass panel options
listed on page 3 of this manual.
Cet appareil ne sert pas avec des portes en verre de
marché des accessoires. Cet appareil est approuvé
pour l’usage seulement avec les revêtements de porte,
entoure les options de panneau et en verre de panneau énumérées à la page 3 de ce manuel.

Wear gloves and safety glasses while performing
maintenance procedures.
Electrical Hazards

Be aware of electrical wiring locations when cutting
holes in walls and ceilings for termination.
NOTE: Installation Requirements for the
Commonwealth of Massachusetts
1. If there is not one already present, on each
floor level where there are bedroom(s), a
carbon monoxide detector and alarm shall
be placed in the living area outside the
bedroom(s). The carbon monoxide detector
shall comply with NFPA 720 (2005 Edition).
2. A carbon monoxide detector shall:
a) Be located in the room that houses the appliance or equipment;
b) Be either hard-wired or battery powered or
both; and
c) Shall comply with NFPA 720 (2002 Edition).
3. A Product-approved vent terminal must be
used, and if applicable, a Product-approved
air intake must be used. Installation shall be
in strict compliance with the manufacturer’s
instructions. A copy of the installation instructions must remain with the appliance or
equipment at the completion of the installation.
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This appliance power supply must be electrically
grounded in accordance with local codes or, in the
absence of local codes, with the current ANSI/NFPA 70,
National Electrical Code or CSA C22.1-Canadian Electrical Code.

Do not disconnect the lamp and fan power cords from
the appliance power supply (Fan Control Module). Use
the rocker switch to control power to these parts.
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Always the power supply OFF at the FCM when performing routine service on this appliance.
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4.0 Installation
4.2 Fireplace Location
4.1 Electrical Requirements
This appliance requires 120 VAC, 4 amps for operation of
the Blower, Accent Lamp, and Remote Control functionality.

This appliance power supply must be electrically
grounded in accordance with local codes or, in the
absence of local codes, with the current ANSI/NFPA 70,
National Electrical Code or CSA C22.1-Canadian Electrical Code.

Do not disconnect the lamp and fan power cords from
the appliance power supply (Fan Control Module). Use
the rocker switch to control power to these parts.

Always turn off the main power supply at the Fan Control Module when performing routine service on this
appliance.
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NOTE: Fireplace control components may be adversely
affected by other electrical controls that share the
same circuit. If it is not practical to install a dedicated
service line to the fireplace, we recommend use of a
circuit that is free of dimmers and/or fan speed controls.
In selecting a location for the fireplace, consider the
following points:
1) Heat distribution
2) Vent termination requirements
3) Gas supply routing
4) Traffic areas, furniture, draperies, etc.
5) 120V electrical service availability.
This fireplace may be located on or near conventional
construction materials, however, proper clearance to
combustibles must be maintained in order to provide
adequate air circulation around the appliance. Follow the
framing and clearance specifications exactly.
The clearances specified in this manual are the minimum requirements established as a result of safety testing. A combustible material is anything that can burn; i.e.
sheet rock , wall paper, wood, fabrics, etc. These surfaces
are not limited to those that are visible and also include
materials that may be located behind non-combustible
materials.
If you are not sure of the combustible nature of a
material, consult your local fire officials. “Fire-resistant”
materials are considered to be combustible. They may be
difficult to ignite, but will burn. “Fire-rated” sheet rock is
also considered combustible.
Parallel to Corner
Co
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Parallel to Wall
20 FT. MAX.
Island
20 FT. MAX.
Room Divider
Exterior Chase
Figure 3. Fireplace locations - Top Vent. This figure is for
illustrative purposes only. See pages 8 - 11 for specific
clearance and venting requirements.
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4.3 Framing Requirements
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Bend the two header standoffs upright and secure
each to the cabinet top with four sheet metal screws
provided in the Miscellaneous Hardware Kit. Also, use
these screws to install the Ausable Shade or Balsam
Hanger Bracket if those front treatments will be used.
See figs. 9 - 9a.
Header
NONCOMBUSTIBLE MATERIAL IN THIS AREA
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The front wall framing will differ depending upon
which front treatment will be used. See figs. 4, 5, & 10
regarding framing requirements specific to the Placid
fronts, Balsam surrounds, and steel door styles.
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NOTE: Vertical vent runs require that 1 inch clearance
to combustible framing members be maintained all
around the vent. Therefore, if 5/8 pipe is used, combustible header material must not exceed 3 inch thickness
in front of the vent pipe. See figs. 6-8.
Use the included Simpson Duravent 8x6 5/8 Vent
Decreaser to transition to 4/6 vent pipe which enables
1” clearance to be maintained with a maximum header
thickness of 4 inches. See fig. 12.
The decreaser may not be used on a rear exit vent run.
36”
Min.
3 1/2”
RISER
36”
to stand-offs
Figure 4. Balsam Surrounds - raised platform requirement.
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Insulated chase walls should be finished to ensure
proper clearance is maintained between vent pipe and
construction materials.
Figure 5.
Front facing framing for Saranac, Loj,
and Placid front treatments.
Header
This area must remain clear
of combustible material.
Use only non-combustible
materials such as Durock®,
ceramic tile, marble, etc.
DO NOT USE WOOD OR SHEET
ROCK.
NONCOMBUSTIBLE MATERIAL IN THIS AREA
Bend adjustable nailing
brackets out to secure cabinet
to framing. Cabinet may be
secured up to 1 inch proud
of framing members to
accommodate facing material
thickness.
6”
30”
Hearth trim may be
composed of combustible
material.
1”
Front treatments will not cover this area. Use hearth trim (not provided).
See Sect. 4.5 Hearth Requirements.
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Figure 6.
Parallel framing to side wall.
5/8
Vent
1” vent clearance
to combustibles
3”
18”
36”
48”
30”
IMPORTANT NOTE:
PROPER FIT OF THE PLACID FRONT
ASSEMBLY REQUIRES THAT THE FIREPLACE
CABINET BE RECESSED AT LEAST 1/4” FROM
THE FINISHED WALL FACING.
THIS WILL ACCOMMODATE THE
PROTRUSION OF THE SCREEN FASTENERS
ON PLACID FRONTS. USE THE ADJUSTABLE
NAILING BRACKETS TO ENSURE PROPER
ALIGHNMENT WITH THE WALL FACE.
See fig. 18, note F, for required terminal clearances to
outside corner.
39 5/8”
14 1/16”
1/4”
1” vent clearance
to combustibles
1/4”
3”
5/8
Vent
36”
36”
56”
16”
Figure 7.
Corner framing dimensions.
Before installing the fireplace cabinet within the wall ...
Figure 9. Ausable
Arched Doors require
installation of Arch
Shade which is
shipped attached to
the shipping pallet.
Use four #8 sheet
metal screws provided
in the Miscellaneous
Hardware Kit.
Figure 9a. Use of the
Balsam Surround will
require installation
of the hanger bracket
which is shipped
attached to the
shipping pallet. Use
four #8 sheet metal
screws provided in
the Miscellaneous
Hardware Kit.
36”
A = Max. Header Depth:
4” for 4/6 vent
3” for 5/8 vent
Figure 8.
Basic chase area framing.
Ausable Arch
Shade -22330692
Balsam Surround
Hanger Bracket
- 22537392
12”
36”
31 1/2”
27 1/8”
36”
Figure 10. Noncombustible area when Arched Shade is installed.
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4.4 Vent Framing Clearances
3” Max.
Header
Depth to
maintain
1 inch pipe
clearance to
5/8 vent.
2 FT. Max.
Rear Vent
Run
Noncombustible
material
4” Max.
Header
Depth to
maintain
1 inch pipe
clearance to
4/6 vent.
Noncombustible
material
2 ft. Min.
Rise
5/8 to 4/6
Reducer
62 3/4”
35 5/8”
Figure 11.
5/8 Horizontal termination with minimum vertical rise.
Note pipe clearance from combustible header framing.
NOTE: FOR SUPERIOR FLAME PRESENTATION WITH MINIMUM
VENT TO A REAR TERMINATION, A TOP-EXIT CONFIGURATION IS
RECOMMENDED.
Figure 12.
4/6 Horizontal termination with 2 ft. minimum vertical rise. Note
pipe clearance from combustible header framing.
1 FT. MAX.
VENT RUN
5/8 VENT
REQUIRED
Minimum Clearances from the Vent Pipe
to Combustible Materials:
Horizontal Run:
Off the top of the vent pipe - 2” (51 mm)
Off the sides and bottom - 1” (25 mm)
NO ELBOWS
MAY BE USED
Vertical Run:
All sides - 1” (25 mm
Figure 13.
Local codes may require
a listed wall thimble be
installed according to
manufacturer’s instructions. Dimensions may
vary by manufacturer.
28 1/2”
Wall
Cut-out
Height
22 1/2”
Figure 14. 5/8 Rear Termination. NOTE: FOR SUPERIOR FLAME
PRESENTATION WITH MINIMUM VENT TO A REAR TERMINATION,
A TOP-EXIT CONFIGURATION IS RECOMMENDED.
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4.5 Hearth Requirements
The Atra GZ 450 DV has been approved for installation
directly on combustible floor materials. No additional
floor protection is required, however, we recommend that
the fireplace be installed on a solid surface and securely
fastened to the floor using the base brackets provided at
the sides and rear.
NOTE: Door treatments do not cover the front
lip of the fireplace base. Any hearth trim
used to cover this 1” area can be composed of
combustible or non-combustible materials.
4.6 Fireplace Clearance
Requirements
Minimum Clearances: See figs. 15-16.
Back:
Zero-clearance to standoff
Sides: Zero-clearance to standoff
Top:
Zero-clearance to standoff
Ceiling:
72” (1829 mm) - from floor
Ceiling - Chase Enclosure: 45” (1143 mm) from cabinet floor
Corner:
1/4” (7 mm) ) - from rear corner of unit
Minimum Clearances to Combustible Mantel and Trim
Construction*:
Mantel, 3 1/2” depth: 42” (1067 mm) from floor
Side Trim, up to 6” depth: 1” (25 mm) from Surround,
results in minimum side trim internal width of 39 3/4”.
Figure 15. Mantel and Trim construction.
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53”
Min.
Ceiling
Height
45”
Min.
Rear
Chase
Ceiling
3”
Min. Riser
Height
Required
Figure 16. Balsam Surround Only- Ceiling & Framing Clearances.
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Figure 16a. Mantel and Trim clearance requirements.
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5.0 Venting Requirements
There are three types of venting configurations approved
for use with this fireplace.
• Vertical Venting / Vertical Termination
• Vertical Venting / Horizontal Termination
• Horizontal Venting / Horizontal Termination
This appliance is approved for use with the 4/6 and
5/8 direct vent systems manufactured by the companies listed in the Appendix on page 36.
Rear exit vent configuration must use 5/8 venting.
Use parts of one manufacturer only - DO NOT MIX
VENT COMPONENTS FROM DIFFERENT MANUFACTURERS WITHIN THE SAME SYSTEM.
Installation of any components not manufactured
or approved by Atra or failure to meet all clearance
requirements will void all warranties and could result
in property damage or bodily injury.
The approved vent configurations described in this
manual are derived from extensive testing under controlled laboratory conditions. Gas appliance performance
can be negatively affected by variables present in the installation environment, i.e.; atmospheric pressure, strong
prevailing winds, adjacent structures and trees, snow
accumulation, etc. These conditions should be taken into
consideration by the installer and fireplace owner when
planning the vent system design.
IMPORTANT
• JOINT SEALING REQUIREMENT- SIMPSON DURA-VENT:
APPLY A 1/8” BEAD OF
HIGH-TEMPERATURE
Fig. 17.
(1000°F) NON-SILICONE
SEALANT OR MIL-PAC®
TO THE MALE SECTION OF
THE INNER VENT PIPE. THE
CEMENT SHOULD FORM
A SEAL BETWEEN THE
INNER PIPES. SEE FIG. 17. SEE
VENT MANUFACTURER’S
INSTRUCTIONS.
• NEVER MODIFY ANY
VENTING COMPONENT,
OR USE ANY DAMAGED VENTING PRODUCT.
• THE GAS APPLIANCE AND VENT SYSTEM MUST BE
VENTED DIRECTLY TO THE OUTSIDE OF THE BUILDING AND NEVER ATTACHED TO A CHIMNEY SERVING
A SOLID FUEL OR GAS BURNING APPLIANCE. EACH
DIRECT VENT GAS APPLIANCE MUST HAVE ITS OWN
SEPARATE VENT SYSTEM. COMMON VENT SYSTEMS
ARE PROHIBITED.
• IF VENTING SYSTEM IS DISASSEMBLED FOR ANY REASON, REINSTALL PER THE MANUFACTURER’S INSTRUCTIONS PROVIDED FOR THE INITIAL INSTALLATION.
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5.1 Horizontal Termination
 Any horizontally terminated vent system that includes
a vertical run must terminate with the shaded areas
in the diagram in fig. 21. See page 14 for important information regarding exhaust restriction adjustments.
 4/6 vent requires a 2 foot minimum vertical rise from
the top vent collar. See fig. 12.
 5/8 vent may be directed to a horizontal termination
with an 90° elbow straight off the top vent collar. See
fig 11. The maximum horizontal run directly off the top
collar is 2 feet. One 90° or two 45° elbows may be used.
5/8 vent is required directly off the rear exit connection.
The maximum horizontal run directly off the rear collar
is 12 inches. No elbows may be used.

A maximum of three 90° or six 45° elbows may be
used in a horizontally terminated, top exit vent system. Whenever possible, use 45° elbows instead a 90°
elbow as they offer less restriction to the flow of flue
gases and intake air.

Reduce the overall horizontal run by 4 feet for each
90° elbow, and 2 feet for each 45° elbow.

When two or more elbows are used in a horizontal run,
a less restricted setting may be more effective than that
indicated by the termination zone diagram.

The termination cap must not be recessed into the
wall or siding. Do not fill air space in wall around termination cap with any type of insulation.

Wall Cut-out: 4/6 vent requires a 10” x 10” minimum
square hole. 5/8 vent requires a minimum 11” X 11”
square hole. These cut-outs are adequate for proper pipe
clearance through a wall provided the vent is positioned
to maintain 2” minimum clearance at the top. A 1”
minimum clearance must be maintained to combustible
material around the other sides. The wall cut-out must
be fully framed in.

Any horizontal vent run must be level or have a 1/4”
rise for every foot of run toward the termination cap.
Vent may not direct downward at any point.

All horizontal terminations must comply with the clear-
ance specifications to adjacent structures as indicated in
fig. 18.

Installation of a Vinyl Siding Standoff is required to
prevent damage to vinyl siding between the vent cap
and the exterior wall.

A horizontal termination cap must maintain a 3 inch clear-
ance to any overhead combustible materials that project 2
1/2 inches or less. Projections exceeding 2 1/2 inches require
a minimum 12 inch clearance to the edge of the vent termination. See fig. 19.
Vinyl siding projections require a default clearance of 18
inches to the top of the vent terminal.
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Figure 18. Horizontal termination clearances
A = Clearance above grade, veranda, porch , deck, or balcony
: 12 inches (30 cm) minimum.
G = Clearance to inside corner: ** Min. 6 inches, U.S. / *12
inches (30 cm) CAN. We strongly recommend 12 inches,
particularly where windy conditions prevail.
B = Clearance to window or door that may be opened:
**Min. 9 inches, U.S. / *12 inches (30 cm) CAN.
We recommend 12 in. minimum to prevent condensation
on the window.
H = *Not to be installed within 15 feet (4.5 m) above a meter/regulator assembly within 3 feet (90 cm) horizontally
from the center line of the regulator.
C = Clearance to permanently closed window:
**Min. 9 inches, U.S. / *12 inches (30 cm) CAN
We recommend 12 in. minimum to prevent condensation
on the window.
I = Clearance to service regulator vent outlet:
3 feet (91 cm) minimum.
J = Clearance to non-mechanical air supply inlet to building
or the combustion air inlet to any other appliance:
12 inches (30 cm) minimum.
D = Vertical clearance from the top of the termination to
a ventilated soffit located above the terminal within a
horizontal distance of 2 feet (60 cm) from the center line
of the terminal: 18 inches
(46 cm) minimum.
K = Clearance to a mechanical air supply inlet:
**Min. 3 feet (91 cm) above if within 10 feet horizontally,
U.S. / *6 feet (1.83 m) minimum / CAN
L = 1 Clearance above paved sidewalk or a paved driveway
located on public property: 7 feet (2.1 m) min.
E = Clearance to unventilated soffit: 12 inches (30 cm)
minimum.
M = Clearance under veranda, porch, deck, or balcony:
12 inches (30 cm) minimum. 2
F = Clearance to outside corner: **Min. 9 inches, U.S. / *12
inches (30 cm) CAN. We strongly recommend 12 inches,
particularly where windy conditions prevail.
* In accordance with CSA B149 Installation Codes.
** In accordance with the current ANSI Z223.1/NFPA 54, National
Fuel Gas Code. Note: Local Codes and Regulations may require
different clearances.
A vent shall not terminate directly above a sidewalk or driveway
which is located between two single family dwellings and serves
both dwellings.
2
Only permitted if veranda, porch, deck, or balcony, is fully open
on a minimum of two sides beneath the floor.*
1
NOTE: Clearances must be in accordance with local
installation codes and the requirements of the gas
supplier.
Figure 19.
Termination clearance to
overhangs.
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This appliance can be vertically vented through a roof
or ceiling following these guidelines:
The termination must fall within any of the shaded
areas in the termination diagram, fig. 21 on page 15.
Steep roofs, nearby trees, or predominantly windy
conditions, can promote poor draft or down draft
conditions. In such cases, an increase to the height of
the vent may improve performance.

A maximum of three 90° or six 45° elbows may be
used in a vertical termination. Whenever possible,
use 45° elbows instead of 90° elbows as they offer
less restriction to the flow of flue gases and intake
air.

If an offset or elbow is necessary in the vertical rise,
the vent pipe must be supported every three feet to avoid
excessive stress on the offsets. Use listed Wall Straps from
any of the approved vent suppliers.

Reduce the overall horizontal run by 4 feet for each
90° elbow, and 2 feet for each 45° elbow.

When two or more elbows are used in a horizontal
run, a less restricted setting may be more effective
than that indicated by the termination zone diagram.

A listed firestop is required at any floor penetration.
The opening should be framed in according to the
manufacturer’s instructions.

Always maintain a minimum 1" clearance from all
sides of the vertical vent system to any combustible
material.

Any horizontal vent run must incorporate a 1/4” rise
per foot. In no case may vent runs be oriented downward.
5.3 Exhaust Restriction Adjustments
The Atra GZ 450 DV features an exhaust adjustment
control to accommodate a variety of conditions that
result from variables inherent in the vent configuration
and environment. The control mechanism is a butterfly
valve located in the outlet at the top of the firebox. The
restriction setting can be accessed from outside the
firebox to allow the burner and pilot flame characteristics
to be “dialed-in” under operation. See fig. 22.
Exhaust restriction prevents overly strong draft that
can interfere with pilot function, cause poor combustion
or a weak flame picture.
NOTE: The restrictor valve is set FULLY OPEN at the
factory. Use the Vent Termination Diagram, fig. 21, to
determine which zone your vent termination falls within
and make the appropriate exhaust setting adjustment.
Consider this setting to be a starting point, from which
further adjustments may be required depending
upon the individual characteristics of your particular
installation. There are no hard and fast rules.
For example, if the vent vertical rise is 22 feet and
includes two 45° elbows in a horizontal run of 10 feet, the
termination falls within Zone C after deducting 2 ft. for
each elbow from the horizontal run. As this represents a
borderline situation, the less restrictive setting in Zone B
may offer better performance.
Use of elbows may adversely affect IPI (intermittent
pilot ignition) functionality. In such cases, CPI (continuous pilot ignition) mode should be used.
NOTE: Rear Exit vent configurations may not terminate outside of Zone A as there is no exhaust restriction
functionality.
Horizontal Overhang

GAS VENT HEIGHT: In no case shall any discharge
opening on the cap be less than 18” (457 mm) horizontally from the roof surface. See fig. 20.

Maximum Vent Height: 50 ft. above the appliance.
Minimum Vent Height: 6 ft. above the appliance.
18”.
min.
Termination
Cap
18”.
min.
Vertical Wall
5.2 Vertical Termination
Lowest Discharge
Opening
18” min.
Figure 20.
Minimum roof penetration height and clearance from adjacent
surfaces - vertical termination.
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5.3.1 Exhaust Restrictor Adjustment
1. Use the spade end of the Latch Tool to loosen the
locking screw and turn the adjustment screw
on the restrictor pivot plate to the appropriate
indicator point, as specified in the vent window
diagram, figure 21.
  


The restriction can also be adjusted while the
burner is operating if necessary. After the burner
has been operating for 15 minutes, make any
further adjustment in 1/8” increments until the
desired flame picture is achieved. Operate the
burner for 10-15 minutes between additional
adjustments.
2. Retighten the locking screw.

Adjustment
Screw

- = Less Restriction


+ = More Restriction
Locking Screw
­


Figure 22. Exhaust restrictor location.

Figure 21. Top Exit, Vertical or Horizontal Vent Termination Diagram.
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5.4 Rear Vent Conversion
This fireplace is built ready for vent connection directly
to the top outlet collar. Follow the procedure below to
convert the appliance for a rear exit connection. See figs.
23 and 24
1. Remove the Exhaust Baffle Panel from within the firebox, (4 nuts). Fig. 23.
2. Remove the Top Exhaust Cover Plate (A) and gasket
from the back of the Baffle Panel. See fig. 23a.
3. Open the rear exit outlet by detaching the Rear Outlet
Cover Plate (A) and gasket from the back wall of the firebox. Re-install both cover plate with gasket using the same
screws to the right of the outlet. See fig. 23b.
4. Use the spade end of the Latch Tool to close the Exhaust
Restrictor (figs. 22 & 23b).
5. Install the Top Exhaust Cover Plate in postion using the
pre-installed nuts at the top of the firebox. See fig 23c.
6. Remove the vent plug from the rear of the cabinet.
Figure 23c. Install the Top Exhaust Cover Plate using the five preinstalled nuts at the top of the firebox.
7. Use a 1/4” socket driver to remove the Collar Cap and
all insulation from the Rear Exhaust Outlet. You will
need to bend three tabs around the outlet ring to create clearance to remove three #8 x 1/2” sheet metal
screws. See Fig 24.
8. Bend the clearance tabs, as shown in figure 24, to reinstall the Collar Cap with cap and pipe insulation over
the Top Exhaust Collar using the same three screws.
Remove the Top Outlet Cover Plate from its shipping
position on the cabinet top and re-install over the top
exhaust outlet.
9. Reinstall the Exhaust Baffle within the firebox.
Exhaust Baffle
22271092
Top Outlet
Cover Plate
Figure 23. Remove the Exhaust Baffle.
Collar Cap
222711
Top Exhaust Cover
Plate
Exhaust Baffle
Cap Insulation
222968, 2 pcs.
Gasket
Figure 23a. Detach the Top Exhaust Cover Plate and gasket from
the back of the Exhaust Baffle.
Adjust Exhaust Restrictor
to closed position
Bend clearance
tabs
Remove the vent
plug. Bend tabs in
for clearance to
remove the Collar
Cap.
A
223304
Figure 23b. Move the Rear Outlet Cover Plate and gasket over to
the right of the outlet opening as shown above. Close Exhaust
Restrictor plate in the top outlet.
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Figure 24. Rear-to-top exit conversion. Remove the Collar Cap
and insulation and re-install within the Top Outlet. Install
Top Outlet Cover Plate.
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6.0 Fireplace Assembly
6.1 Glass Frame Removal
To access the firebox, use the Latch Tool to release the
spring loaded glass frame latches. There are two upper,
two lower, and one at each side. See fig. 25.
Engage the forked end of the tool with the latch arm
and pull back and up to disengage the arm from the
frame.
.
6.2 Routing the Power Supply
HARD WIRING REQUIREMENT
As this appliance is permanently framed into an
enclosure, it must be hard wired to 120 VAC house
current at the fireplace junction box located at the
right rear corner of the cabinet.
This fireplace must be electrically connected
and grounded in accordance with local codes. In
the absence of local codes, use the current ANSI/
NFPA 70-1996 NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE IN THE
U.S. OR CSA C22.1 CANADIAN ELECTRICAL CODE for
Canada.
The leads inside the junction box are connected to the Fan
Control Module (FCM) which controls power to the burner
ignition system, blower, and accent lamps.
CAUTION!
CONFIRM THAT THE FCM POWER SWITCH IS IN THE OFF
POSITION BEFORE TURNING POWER ON TO THE FIREPLACE
AT THE SERVICE BOX. See fig. 50, pg 25. DO NOT TURN THE
FCM ON UNTIL UNTIL THE INSTALLATION IS COMPLETE
AND YOU ARE READY TO INITIATE THE FIRST BURN.
1. Remove the cover plate from the junction box and attach the cable clamp from the Hardware bag.
2. Use wire nuts to connect the house current wires to the
black and white leads as indicated in fig. 26.
3. Connect the cable ground wire to the grounding terminal in the fireplace base.
4. Replace the junction box cover plate and secure the
cable clamp to the cable.
BLACK
WHITE
Figure 25.
Glass frame latch locations.
BLACK
GREEN
Power
Receptacle
Assembly
157028
WHITE
GROUND
Figure 26. Hard wiring at the junction box. See also electrical wiring diagram, Appendix 10.4, page 37.
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6.3 Connecting the Gas Supply
Gas Supply Requirements
ALL INSTALLATIONS MUST COMPLY WITH LOCAL CODE
OR IN THE ABSENCE OF LOCAL CODE, MUST COMPLY WITH
THE MOST RECENT EDITION OF THE NATIONAL FUEL GAS
CODE ANSI Z223.1/NFPA 54 OR CAN-B149.
Shut-off Valve
This appliance is equipped with a shut-off valve just
ahead of the gas control valve. This allows for the disconnection of the fireplace for servicing and maintenance.
See Fig. 27.
THIS APPLIANCE IS EQUIPPED WITH A
T-HANDLE GAS SHUT-OFF VALVE WHICH IS
REQUIRED IN MASSACHUSETTS IN COMPLIANCE
WITH CODE 248CMR.
THIS PRODUCT MUST BE INSTALLED BY A
LICENSED MASTER OR JOURNEYMAN PLUMBER
OR GAS-FITTER WHEN INSTALLED IN THE
COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS.
The fireplace and gas control valve must be disconnected from the gas supply piping during any pressure
testing of the system at test pressures in excess of 1/2
psig. For pressures lower than 1/2 psig, isolate the gas supply by closing the manual shut-off valve.
Control Valve Connection
The gas supply line connection to the elbow above
the shut-off valve is made through the inlet in the left
side of the fireplace. The gas supply line should be a
minimum 3/8” inside diameter, or the appropriate size to
provide sufficient gas pressure to the valve regardless of
the input setting.
The use of flexible gas appliance connectors is acceptable in many areas in the U.S. In Canada, methods vary
depending on local code. If local codes permit, use flexible gas line for ease of installation and service. For those
locales where flexible gas lines are not permitted, use a
3/8” iron fitting.
Secure all joints tightly using appropriate tools and
sealing compounds (for propane units, be sure to use compounds that are propane resistant). Turn on gas supply
and test for gas leaks using a leak test solution.
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NEVER USE AN OPEN FLAME TO CHECK FOR GAS
LEAKS.
ALWAYS REFER TO THE LIGHTING INSTRUCTIONS ON
THE INSIDE BACK COVER OF THIS MANUAL WHEN
LIGHTING THE FIREPLACE.
Leak Test
• Use a leak test solution available from any HVAC
supplier. Do not use soap solutions as they may
contain caustic chemicals which themselves can
cause leaks.
• Light appliance - see lighting instructions on the
back cover of this manual or on the rating plate.
• Brush or spray all joints and connections with the
test solution.
• If bubbles appear at any connection or seam or a
gas odor is detected, immediately turn gas control
knob to the OFF position.
• Tighten or reconnect the leaking joint and retest
for any gas leaks.
Figure 27.
Gas supply controls.
Shut-off Valve / OFF
Control Valve
Pilot Mode
(IPI / CPI)
Switch
Burner and
Remote Receiver
Switch
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6.4 Testing Gas Pressure
Proper gas pressure provides a consistent flow of gas
to the appliance and is instrumental in checking for
gas leaks. There are two pressure test points on the
front of the fireplace control valve where test gauge
connections are made. See Fig. 28. Gauge connections are identified by:
Inlet Pressure
MIN MAX
Natural Gas: 4.5 WC (1.12 kPa)
6.5 WC (1.62 kPa)
Propane: 11.0 WC (2.74 kPa) 13.0 WC (3.24 kPa)
Manifold Pressure
MIN MAX
Natural Gas: 1.6 WC (0.40 kPa)
3.5 WC (.87 kPa)
Propane:
6.4 WC (1.59 kPa) 10.0 WC (2.48 kPa)
• E for inlet or supply pressure ( the amount of gas
coming to the valve.)
The line must be disconnected from the gas supply line by closing the main supply manual gas shutoff valve (gas cock) during any pressure testing of the
gas supply piping system that is equal to or exceeds
pressures of 1/2 psig (3.5 kPa).
ALWAYS TEST INLET PRESSURE WITH THE VALVE REGULATOR CONTROL AT THE HIGHEST SETTING.
• A for manifold pressure (the amount of gas that is
coming out of the valve to the burner.)
Symptoms of incorrect gas pressure include:
Insufficient gas pressure:
• Small pilot flame which can result in insufficient
millivolts.
• Little variation in flame picture between HI and LO
regulator settings.
• Insufficient gas to support more than one appliance causing nuisance outages or gas surges.
Excessive gas pressure:
E
Inlet
A
Manifold
• Permanent damage to valve causing complete appliance shut down.
• Too large a pilot flame excessive fuel consumption
in standing pilot mode (CPI).
• Sooting due to impingement and/or incorrect fuel
to air mix.
Pilot Adjustment
WARNING
DO NOT ALLOW THE INLET GAS PRESSURE TO
EXCEED 14.0” WC (OR 1/2 PSIG) AS SERIOUS
DAMAGE TO THE VALVE MAY RESULT.
Figure 28. Pressure test points located on the front of the
valve.
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6.5 High Altitude Adjustment
The decreased atmospheric pressure of higher altitudes
affects heat value of gaseous fuels. Most gas suppliers
derate the gas intended for use at elevations above 2000
feet. Check with your gas supplier before performing
derate adjustment to the burner.
This appliance may be adjusted for altitude over 2000 ft.
(610 - 1371 m) for natural gas or propane.
If the gas supplier does not derate fuels, install High
Altitude Adjustment Kit 156879 for Natural gas and Kit
156880 for Propane.
U.S & Canada per
ANSI Z21.88-2005•CSA 2.33-2005, CAN/CGA 2.17
For installations from 610-1370 meters (2000-4500 ft.)
the orifice sizes (DMS) for natural and propane gas are
#33 and #51 respectively. See data plate for additional
information. For high altitude installations consult the
local gas distributor or the authority having jurisdiction
for proper rating methods. If the installer must convert
the unit to adjust for varying altitudes, the information
sticker must be filled out and applied to the appliance at
the time of the conversion.
Remove Screws
Figure 29. Silhouette Burner Skirt removal.
Orifice Holder
Cet appareil est equippé pour des altitudes compries
entre 0 et 2000 pieds (0-610 m ) seulement.
6.5.1 Derating Procedure
Air Shutter
1. Atra Logset Burner: Pull the burner from the firebox to access
the orifice holder. Remove the two screws that secure the
Grate burner to the firebox floor.
Silhouette Burner: The Burner Skirt will first need to be removed before the burner itself can be removed. See fig. 29.
Orifice
Figure 30. Burner orifice location.
2. Use a 1/2” or 13 mm deep socket to remove the original orifice
and replace it with the one provided in the kit appropriate for
gas type. See fig. 30.
3. Replace the burner and tray as appropriate.
4. Conduct gas leak and gas pressure tests as detailed on pages
17-18 of this manual.
5. Conduct system check and flame picture adjustments
as specified pages 25-26.
INSTALLER: Fill out the appropriate information and
apply the high altitude conversion label provided to the
rating plate on the appliance. See fig. 31.
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This appliance has been converted for use at an
altitude of___________ .
Orifice Size: __________ Manifold Press. _______
Input Btu/Hr. _________ Fuel Type ___________
Date: ___/___/___ Converted by:_____________
Cet appreeil a été converti au _____ Injecteur_____
Pression à la tubulure d’alimentation ___________
Déoit calorifique ___________
Figure 31. High Altitude Conversion Label.
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6.6 Firebox Panel Installation
Brick Kits 156852 / 156853
Fieldstone Kit 156851
6.6.2 With Silhouette Burner:
6.6.1 With ATRA Pan Burner Log Set:
2. Form the Side and Rear Risers by bending the ends of
each part at the perforations as shown in fig. 34.
THE FIREBOX PANELS MUST BE INSTALLED IN THIS
APPLIANCE BEFORE USE. DO NOT OPERATE THIS
FIREPLACE WITHOUT FIREBOX PANELS IN PLACE.
The Ceramic Burner Base (may be one-piece or three-peice)
must be installed before installing the firebox panels.
If you have a three-piece base ( fig. 32, Sections A, B, C ):
Set the two corner sections in position followed by the
front section. Go to Step 5.
If you have a one-piece base:
1. Remove the Burner Assembly by removing the two
10 mm hex nuts that secure it to the firebox floor. Lift
the assembly up and out.
2. Remove the Pilot Tray with removal of two screws.
3. Locate the Burner Base that is included with the ATRA
Pan Burner Log Set 156840 and set it in place on the
firebox floor.
4. Reinstall the Pilot Tray and Burner Assembly using the
original screws and nuts. See fig. 32.
5. Install the Lower Rear Panel. Push the panel all the way
back, centered against the firebox wall.
6. Hold the Upper Rear Panel in place with one hand while
positioning one of the side panels against the firebox wall.
1. Two Riser Straps are included in the Miscellaneous
Hardware Kit. Break each strap into two parts at the
point indicated in fig. 33.
3. Remove the Burner Skirt by removing the two sheet
metal screws at the back wall. See fig. 26, page 20. The
skirt simply lifts out.
4. Place the risers at the sides and rear corners of the
firebox. The canted side of the Rear Riser in the left
corner should face toward the front of the fireplace.
5. Install the Lower Rear Panel. Push the panel all the
way back and centered against the firebox wall.
6. Hold the Upper Rear Panel in place with one hand
while positioning one of the Left Side Panel against
the firebox wall. The Side Panel will then support the
Upper panel.
7. Place the remaining Side Panel in position.
8. Balsam Fronts - Penny Vein and Gold Vein only: Replace
the black Burner Skirt Valance with the matching valance included with the front assembly. Remove three,
10 mm nuts. See fig. 78, page 35.
9. Replace the Burner Skirt and secure with screws.
Break point
7. Place the remaining Side Panel in position.
10 mm
hex nuts
PN 22535292
Figure 33. Panel Riser formation.
Pilot Tray
2
A
3
1
4
C
Ceramic Burner Base
223353 is shipped with
the Atra Log Set 156840.
Figure 32. ATRA Burner ONLY: Install the Burner
Base before installing the firebox panels.
B
Panel Risers used with
Silhouette Burner only.
Figure 34. Install panels in the order as numbered.
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6.7 Install Burner Media
6.7.1 ATRA Log Set
For use with ATRA Pan Burner
Contents:
•
•
•
•
•
Ceramic Base
• Rear Log - 223738
Left Front Log - 223733 • Burner Log - 223734
Right Front Log - 223736 • Crossover Log - 223732
Left Log - 223737
• Right Log - 223735
Ember Stones, 6 oz. bag - 220702
1. Use work gloves and handle the individual logs carefully. Install the log set as shown in figures 34-39.
Figure 36. Engage the Right Log with the pin in the burner
pan and the other pin in the Burner Log.
2. Lightly scatter the Ember Stones in a single layer over
the burner plate. DO NOT USE ALL THE EMBERS. KEEP
STONES AWAY FROM THE PILOT ASSEMBLY AREA. The
carry-over ports directly in front of the pilot must
remain clear for proper pilot ignition.
Figure 37. Lean the two short Front Log pieces against the
Base Log.
Figure 34. Engage the Rear and Burner Logs with the pins in
the rear shelf and burner plate.
Figure 38. Engage the Crossover Log with the pin the the Left Log
and rest the lower end against the short log.
Figure 35. Engage the Left Log with the pins in the burner
pan and Burner Log.
Figure 39. Evenly scatter Ember Stones in a single layer over the
burner plate.
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6.7.2 Beach Fire Log Set 156854
223746
For use with Silhouette Burner
Contents:
• Base Board - 223757
• Logs, 8
• Rocks, 12
NOTE: If you are using a Penny or Gold Vein Balsam surround,
do not install this burner treatment until after you have installed the matching color Burner Valance from the surround
kit. The burner skirt must be removed from the fireplace to
install the valance. See instructions in the surround kit.
CAUTION: THE LOGS ARE FRAGILE!
HANDLE EACH PIECE CAREFULLY.
1. Place the base board on the burner skirt.
2. The the underside of each Rock is numbered 1-10. Set
the rocks in the pockets of the Base Board in the sequence shown in fig. 40.
3. Each log is also numbered, 1-8. Arrange them in the
positions shown in figs. 41-a, b, and c.
4. If desired, lightly scatter the Ember Stones in a single
layer over the burner plate. DO NOT USE ALL THE EMBERS. KEEP STONES AWAY FROM THE PILOT ASSEMBLY
AREA. The carry-over ports directly in front of the pilot
must remain clear for proper pilot ignition.
223739
7
6
5
223744
223743
Figure 41-c. Beach Fire Log placement.
6.7.3 Forest Floor Sculpture 156860
For use with Silhouette Burner
Contents:
• Ceramic Base - 223758
• Small Pine Cones, 8 - 223762 • Large Pine Cones, 5 - 223761
• Left Antler - 223759
• Right Antler - 223760
NOTE: If you are using a Penny or Gold Vein Balsam surround,
do not install this burner treatment until after you have installed the matching color Burner Valance from the surround
kit. The burner skirt must be removed from the fireplace to
install the valance. See instructions in the surround kit.
CAUTION:
THE ANTLERS ARE FRAGILE! SUPPORT THE EACH PIECE
WITH BOTH HANDS AND HANDLE CAREFULLY!
1. Place the base board on the burner skirt.
2. Arrange the large and small pine cones on the base
board as shown in fig. 42.
3. Place the right and left antlers over the pine cones as
indicated in fig. 43.
4. If desired, lightly scatter the Ember Stones in a single
layer over the burner plate. DO NOT USE ALL THE EMBERS. KEEP STONES AWAY FROM THE PILOT ASSEMBLY
AREA. The carry-over ports directly in front of the pilot
must remain clear for proper pilot ignition.
Figure 40. Beach Fire Rock layout.
1
223745
8
2
223740
Figure 41-a. Beach Fire Log placement.
SF - Small, lay flat on side
SU - Small, stand upright
LF - Large, lay flat on side
LU - Large, stand upright
Figure 42. Recommended pine cone layout.
223741
3
223742
Figure 41-b. Beach Fire Log placement.
4
Figure 43. Recommended antler arrangement.
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6.8 Door Assembly
6.9 Balsam Surround Assembly
Ausable / Saranac / Loj Doors
Placid Fronts
The steel door frame attaches to the fireplace cabinet at
five points: Four frame clevises (A) engage with screws at
the cabinet sides and one lower clevis (B) engages with a
center bracket screw at the bottom of the cabinet.
The Placid Fronts attach only to the four (A) clevises. Use
the instructions packed with those fronts.
1. Using the 4 mm hex key provided, loosen the cabinet
screws enough to enable the door frame clevises to
engage behind them. See figs. 44-46.
2. Open the doors and engage the frame with the screws
on the cabinet.
3. Tighten all screws.
A
A
Figure 44.
Door frame attachment points.
The Balsam surround assembly consists of the surround
panel, a clevis bracket, a hanger bracket, and either a
Penny Vein or Gold Vein burner valance as appropriate.
Be sure to replace the burner valance with the color
valance before assembling the Surround. See fig. 78, page
35.
Be sure that the Hanger Bracket has been installed
on the cabinet as described on page 9, Fig. 9a.
1. Attach the Clevis Bracket to the lower panel using the
remaining two sheet metal screws. See fig. 48. Hang the
surround panel on the cabinet by engaging the tabs at
the upper corners over the bracket.
2. Secure the surround panel to the bottom of the fireplace cabinet by engaging the panel clevis with the
attachment bracket screw and tighten with the 4 mm
hex key provided with the fireplace. See fig. 49.
Surround
Hanger Bracket
- 22537392
Figure 47.
Attach hanger
bracket to cabinet.
B
Socket
Head
Screws
Figure 48.
Clevis bracket
assembly.
Clevis Bracket
Figure 45.
Door frame attachment points.
Figure 49.
Engage panel to
the hanger bracket
and secure to the
fireplace with the
button head screw
at the lower clevis
bracket.
B
Figure 46. Secure panel to lower cabinet bracket, B.
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Clevis Bracket
attachment
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6.10 Initial System Check
The burner and fan control system consists of the following built-in or supplied components:
1) Remote Transmitter - 3, AAA batteries preinstalled
2) Remote Receiver - 4, AA backup batteries preinstalled
3) Fan Control Module - switched
= POWER ON
= POWER OFF
Figure 50. Fan Control Module power switch.
2. Slide the Remote Receiver switch to the ON position. The ignitor will generate spark in either IPI or
CPI pilot modes. See fig. 51.
3. PURGING THE GAS LINE: Open the gas supply
valve. When lighting the appliance for the first
time it will take a few moments to clear the gas
line of air. Once the purge is complete, the pilot
light will ignite. Opening the inlet pressure test
point will help bleed the gas line.
When purging the line, the system may go into
lock-down mode. To continue purging, move the
Receiver switch to OFF for 15 seconds, then switch
back to REMOTE or ON and try to light the pilot
again.
4. PILOT FLAME: The pilot flame should be steady not lifting or floating. The flame should be blue in
color around the pilot hood, with traces of yellow
toward the outer edges. It is important that the
pilot flame engulf the top 1/8” of the flame sensor. The pilot flame should project out of the pilot
hood 1” from both ports extending to reach the
burner plate ports. See fig. 52 . The pilot flame can
be tuned by turning the adjustment screw located
on the front of the valve. See fig. 28.
5. INSTALLER PLEASE NOTE:
CHECK FUNCTIONALITY. The burner, remote
control and fan functions have each been tested
at the factory. However, it is important to run
through each function and be sure to familiarize
the homeowner with the operation procedures.
See the Operation section on pages 27-33. for
details regarding Remote Control functions and
settings.
1. Turn the Fan Control Module rocker switch to the
ON position, fig. 50. It is located in the right side
compartment, under the Accent Lamp control.
to
Accent Lamp
NOTE: Check the build date on the shipping
crate label. If it has been more than 6 months
since the build date, be prepared to replace
the Receiver and Transmitter batteries.
Follow this procedure for the initial system check following installation:
to
Fan
All internal connections have been made at the
factory. The remote controls are preprogramed and
the entire system tested.
4) Pilot Mode Switch
Open outlet
- not used
CPI / Continuous Pilot Ignition
(Standing Pilot)
OR
IPI / Intermittent Pilot Ignition
Remote Receiver
Switch
Figure 51. Initial system settings.
Ignitor
Flame Sensor
Carry-over Ports
Figure 52 . Correct Pilot flame pattern.
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6.10.1 Flame Appearance / Air Shutter
Adjustment
WARNING:
AIR SHUTTER ADJUSTMENTS SHOULD ONLY BE
PERFORMED BY A QUALIFIED, PROFESSIONAL
SERVICE TECHNICIAN.
Locate the Primary Air Shutter control under the firebox floor The shutter is set at the at the factory for the
type of gas. This will give good results in the majority
of installation configurations, however, you may find
it necessary to adjust it to get the best flame picture
depending upon the your specific installation.
To change the setting, use the Latch Tool to
engage the shutter. See fig. 53. Push the shutter back
toward the rear of the fireplace to decrease combustion air. Pull it forward to increase air.
Generally, flame appearance is a matter of individual
preference, however a warm yellowish flame is most common.

Closing the air shutter - in extreme cases may gener-
ate very long yellow flames resulting in soot. Sooting
produces black deposits on the logs, on the inside walls
of the appliance, and potentially on the exterior termination cap.
Sooting is caused by incomplete combustion in the
flames and lack of combustion air entering the air
shutter opening.

Opening the air shutter - will generate a flame that is
blue and transparent, or “anemic”. This flame is generally more efficient, but not as attractive.

Allow the burner to operate at the highest setting
for 20-30 minutes before making any adjustments.
Always make adjustments in 1/8” increments and allow the burner to settle-in for 10- 15 minutes between
additional adjustments.

See the Appendix section of this manual for picto-
rial representations of proper flame patterns for each
burner type.
6.11 Operation Notes
1. For the first several hours of operation, it is common
to detect some odor as the metal and manufacturing
materials cure under heat. This condition is temporary
and can be alleviated by allowing plenty of fresh air to
circulate through the area.
2. Condensation may develop on the glass upon each
lighting of the appliance. This “fog” will disappear as
the glass heats.
3. IMPORTANT: It will be necessary to clean the glass after the first few fires. A white powdery residue will be
evident which results from the burner media curing.
Use a non-abrasive household glass cleaner and warm
water. IF THE GLASS IS NOT CLEANED, THIS RESIDUE
CAN CAUSE THE GLASS TO BECOME PERMANENTLY
ETCHED. DO NOT USE AMMONIA-BASED CLEANERS.
Shutter
Bracket
Latch
Tool
Figure 53. Air Shutter adjustment.
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4. Keep the control compartments and area under the
appliance free of dust. Always keep the appliance area
clear and free from combustible materials, gasoline
and other flammable liquids.
5. This appliance can be operated with a continuously
burning pilot flame. Exercise caution when using
household products containing combustible vapors.
6. CAUTION: DO NOT OPERATE THIS APPLIANCE WITH
THE GLASS REMOVED, CRACKED OR BROKEN. REPLACEMENT OF THE GLASS SHOULD BE DONE BY A LICENSED
OR QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSON. USE ONLY REPLACEMENT GLASS PROVIDED BY YOUR AUTHORIZED ATRA
DEALER. NEVER USE ANY SUBSTITUTE MATERIALS.
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7.0 Operation
7.1 Features Overview
The Proflame GTMFS system is a modular remote control
system that directs the functions of the Atra GZ 450 gas
freestanding unit. It is configured to control the on/off
operation both manually and
thermostatically, with standard and “Smart” thermostat
features. It will also control flame modulation, manual
flame control, fan on/off and speed and on/off of accent
lighting features.
The system is an IPI system (Intermittent Pilot Ignition) and also has a built in switch which allows you to
keep the pilot lit continuously if desired (CPI - Constant
Pilot Ignition). The power is provided to the FCM (Fan
Control Module) using 120v electricity and has a 6volt DC
battery back-up for operation during a power failure.
7.1.1 Remote Control Transmitter
This new remote system has all controls available on its
face for reliable, ease of use. It gives room temperature
readout, set temperature readout, all function abilities as
well as childproof lockout and low battery indicator. Icons
appear on the screen indicating which mode of operation
you are controlling. The four button controls are easy to
learn and simple to operate. The remote transmitter is
powered by 3-1.5v AAA batteries.
7.1.2 Remote Control Receiver
The receiver is powered by 4-1.5v AA batteries. This unit
has a manual on/off switch to light the burner if the remote should become inoperative.
7.1.3 Fan Control Module (FCM)
The Fan Control Module (FCM) is the electrical heart of
the system. It provides power to all components, 120v ac
when available, and converts to 6v DC when it is not. This
powers the receiver, making the batteries in the receiver a
backup power source, thus prolonging the life of the batteries. The FCM sends power to the fan system and the accent light. When no line power is available these features
will not operate.
7.1.4 Digital Fireplace Control (DFC)
This is the brain of the system. The DFC allows the pilot
to be set as an IPI or CPI unit. It tells the burner to light
or turn off, and provides the ignitor with the electricity
needed for sparking. All functional commands are routed
through this part of the system and distribute the signal
to the appropriate component.
7.1.5 Sit 885 Modulating Valve
This valve has the ability to be stepped down in six increments between high and low. It can be done manually
or by setting the remote control to the Smart thermostat
modulation mode. Automatic modulation means that as
the room temperature approaches the limit set for shut
down, the valve gradually decreases or “steps-down” the
fire intensity. Conversely, as room temperature cools,
the valve gradually increases flame intensity. The overall
result is more comfortable even heating, minimizing
temperature peaks and valleys.
7.1.6 Pilot Assembly
The pilot contains a pilot hood, igniter, and a sensor rod.
The igniter sends a spark to the pilot hood which lights
the gas. The sensor rod is then engulfed by the pilot
flame, flame rectification occurs and the unit remains lit.
If rectification does not occur the main burner will not
light and the pilot will shut down.
WARNING:
READ AND UNDERSTAND ALL OPERATING
INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE ATTEMPTING TO OPERATE
THIS APPLIANCE. DO NOT ALLOW ANYONE TO
OPERATE THIS APPLIANCE WHO HAS NOT READ
AND UNDERSTOOD THESE INSTRUCTIONS. KEEP
THE REMOTE CONTROL TRANSMITTER WHERE
CHILDREN CANNOT REACH IT.
WARNING:
SEVERE INJURY. THIS APPLIANCE CAN BE SET TO
OPERATE THERMOSTATICALLY. BE AWARE THAT
THE FIREPLACE MAY BE VERY HOT EVEN WHEN
THE BURNER IS NOT APPARENTLY OPERATING.
KEEP CHILDREN AWAY FROM THE APPLIANCE.
WARNING:
OBSERVE CAUTION NEAR THE GLASS PANEL. THE
GLASS MAY SHATTER IF STRUCK BY AN OBJECT.
ALWAYS HANDLE THE GLASS PANEL WITH CARE.
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7.2 Control Functions
CPI (Continuous Pilot Ignition)
7.2.1 Pilot Mode
In most cases you will want to operate the fireplace
in IPI mode. This allows the most efficient use of gas,
burning the pilot light only when the thermostat calls
for the burner to ignite.
IPI (Intermittent Pilot Ignition)
The CPI mode permits functional flexibility within
a wide range of installation characteristics. The pilot
flame remains lit when the burner is off. This is an advantage in those instances when a cold system maybe
difficult to start in IPI mode. The pilot can be run until
the system has warmed sufficiently for IPI operation.
NOTE: THE IGNITOR WILL ALWAYS SPARK WHENEVER
THE PILOT MODE IS SWITCHED TO CPI, REGARDLESS OF
THE POSITION OF THE RECEIVER SWITCH.
Receiver in “ON”
position
7.2.2 Remote Receiver
The Remote Receiver, located in the left compartment,
is powered through the Fan Control Module and AA
back-up batteries. The Receiver can be set to one of
three different positions. See fig. 54.
ON - this is a manual override allowing the burner to
function without remote control. The ignitor will spark
within 3 seconds .
Accent Lamp
Dimmer Control
Figure 54. Control Panels.
REMOTE - Permits full function of all components by
remote control Transmitter activity.
Blue LCD Screen
OFF - Disconnects communication between the transmitter and receiver. Turns off IPI functionality. Turn the
Receiver to “OFF” whenever the fireplace will not be
used and whenever service is performed.
ON/OFF Key
THERMOSTAT Key
7.2.3 Remote Transmitter
UP/DOWN Key
The Transmitter features a simple button layout and
informative display screen. See figs. 55-56.
ON / OFF Key - controls Burner, Fan, and Lamp functions.
THERMOSTAT Key - Used to set either Manual or
Thermostatic Control and index through thermostatic
functions.
UP / DOWN Arrow Key - Selects thermostat temperature range, fan speed,
and flame height.
MODE Key - used to select the component to be controlled: Burner, Fan,
or Lamp.
DISPLAY - graphically indicates temperature settings and status of Thermostat, Burner, Fan, and Lamp.
MODE Key
Figure 55. Remote transmitter function keys.
Figure 56. Remote transmitter display data.
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Remote Transmitter Controls, cont’d.
Temperature Indication Display

With the transmitter in the OFF position, press the
Thermostat Key and the Mode Key at the same
time. The display screen will show the current
room temperature cycling between Fahrenheit and
Celsius indicators each time the keys are pressed
simultaneously. See fig. 57.
Figure 57. Room temperature readings
Turn on the Burner

Press the ON/OFF Key on the Transmitter.
The display will show all the active icons. At the
same time, the Receiver will activate the Pilot
Ignitor. First the pilot will ignite, followed shortly
by the burner. A single” beep” from the Receiver will
confirm reception of the command.
Figure 58. Burner shut-down
Turn off the Burner

Press the ON/OFF Key. The display will show only
the room temperature and icon. At the same time,
the Receiver will deactivate the call for heat and the
burner will shut down. Fig. 59. A single”beep” from
the Receiver will confirm reception of the command.
Remote Burner Control
There are six flame levels available.

With the system ON, and the burner flame level
Figure 59. Burner OFF.
Figure 60. Flame Level 1.
Figure 61. Flame Level 5.
Figure 62. Flame Level 6.
at maximum, press the Down Arrow Key once to
reduce the flame height by one step. Each time the
Down Key is pressed, the flame will step down until
the burner is finally turned off. Fig. 60.

The Up Arrow Key will increase the flame height
each time it is pressed. If the U Arrow Key is pressed
while the system is on but the flame is off, the
flame will come on in the High position. Figs. 61-62.
A single “beep” will confirm reception of the command.
Room Thermostat (Transmitter Operation)
The Remote Control can operate as a room themostat.
The themostat can be set to a desired temperature to
control the comfort level in a room.
Room Temperature

To activate this function, press the Thermostat Key,
(Fig. 40.) The display will indicate that the room
thermostat is “ON” and the current Set Temperature
is now displayed. Fig. 63.

To adjust the Set Temperature, press the Up or
Down Arrow Keys until the desired Set Temperature
is displayed. Fig. 64.
Set Temperature
Figure 63. Thermostat ON
Figure 64.
Change Set Temperature
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SMART Thermostat Function
This function adjusts the flame intensity according to the
difference in the Set Point temperature and the actual
room temperature. As the room temperature gets closer
to the Set Point, the Smart Function will modulate flame
intensity down.

To activate this function, press the Thermostat Key
until the word “SMART” appears to the right of the
thermometer bulb icon. Fig. 65.

To adjust the temperature, press the Up or Down Arrow
Figure 65. Smart Mode
Figure 66. Smart Set Temp.
Figure 62. Fan Mode
Figure 63. Fan Speed
Keys until the desired Set Temperature is displayed. Fig. 66.
Fan Control
The fan speed can be adjusted through six settings. To
activate this function, press the Mode Key (Fig. 40) to
index to the Fan Control icon. See fig. 62. The fan will
not function at all if it is not first set to ON.

Use the Up/Down Arrow Keys to turn ON, OFF, or ad-
just the fan speed. Fig. 63. A single “beep” will confirm
reception of the command. After a 5 minute interval,
the fan will power up to its highest speed and then
modulate down to the established fan speed setting.
The fan will continue to operate for 12 minutes after
the burner is turned off. Manual speed control is not
available when the SMART Thermostat is ON.
Accent Lamp Control ( Auxiliary 120V Outlet)

The auxiliary function controls the Accent Lamp power.
Press the Mode Key to index to the AUX icon. Figs. 64-65.
Figure 64. Lamp Control
Figure 65. Lamp ON
Figure 66. Lock ON
Figure 67. Low Battery

Pressing the Up Arrow Key will turn the Lamp ON. Lamp
brightness can be adjusted by turning the dimmer control knob located in the right side compartment.

Pressing the Down Arrow Key will turn the Lamp OFF.
Child Safety Lock
This function will lockout the Transmitter to prevent unsupervised operation.

To activate the Lock, press the Mode key and UP Key at
the same time. Fig. 66.

To de-activate the Lock, press the Mode Key and UP Key
at the same time.
Low Battery Detection
The life-span of the batteries depends on various factors; battery quality, the frequency of ignition calls, the
frequency of changes to Set Points, etc.

When Transmitter batteries are low, the Battery icon will
be displayed before all battery power is lost. The icon
will disappear when new batteries are installed. Fig. 67.

When Receiver batteries are low, no “beep” will be
emitted from the Receiver when it receives an On/Off
command from the Transmitter. This is an alert for a
low battery condition in the Receiver. When the batteries are replaced, the “beep” will be emitted from the
Receiver when the ON/OFF Key is pressed. See Battery
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Replacement under the Maintenance section of this
manual.
Manual By-Pass of the Remote System
When battery power is low or depleted, the burner can
still be operated manually by sliding the Receiver switch
to the ON position. It will immediately ignite in the High
position. In manual mode, the unit has a 24 hour operating cycle. It will automatically shut down after 24 hours of
operation and then require a manual restart.
In the event of a power failure, fan and lamp functions
will be unavailable. Battery back-up will allow flame
modulation and thermostatic control. It is therefore
advisable to keep a supply of good quality batteries on
hand.
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Technical Data
Fan Control Module
Supply voltage/frequency: 120V, 60 Hz
Ambient temp. ratings: 32 to 140° F
Three wire bus: -Two wires provide DC voltage to the Receiver
- One wire gives uni-directional signal from the Receiver
Output voltage/frequency/current: 120V / 60 Hz / 5 A
Auxiliary switched output: 120V / 60 Hz / 2 A
Fan speed output:
120V / 60 Hz / 1 A
Remote Control Transmitter
Supply voltage:
4.5 V (three 1.5V AAA batteries)
Ambient temp. rating:
32 to 122° F
Radio frequency:
315 MHz
Receiver:
Supply voltage
6.0 V (four 1.5 AA batteries)
Ambient temp. rating:
32 to 140° F
Radio frequency:
315 MHz
Figure 69. Wiring Diagram - GZ 450 DV Blower
CAUTION: LABEL ALL WIRES PRIOR TO DISCONNECTION WHEN SERVICING THE CONTROLS. WIRING ERRORS CAN CAUSE IMPROPER AND DANGEROUS OPERATION. ALWAYS VERIFY PROPER
OPERATION AFTER SERVICING THE APPLIANCE.
ATTENTION: AU MOMENT DE L’ENTRETIENDES
COMMANDES, ÉTIQUETEZ TOUS LES FILS AVANT
LE DÉBRANCHEMENT. DES ERREURS DE CÂBLAGE
PEUVENT ENTRAÎUN FONCTIONNEMENT INADÉQUAT ET DANGEREUX.
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8.0 Maintenance
This appliance and its venting system should be inspected before use and at least annually by a qualified service
technician.
WARNING!
THE IGNITION SYSTEM OF THIS APPLIANCE
CARRIES LIVE VOLTAGE. ALWAYS TURN “OFF “
THE MAIN GAS SUPPLY AND DISCONNECT THE
POWER SOURCE BEFORE PERFORMING ANY
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURE.
TURN “OFF “ THE MAIN GAS SUPPLY AND DISCONNECT THE POWER SUPPLY TO THE APPLIANCE BEFORE REPLACING BATTERIES.
8.1 Annual Cleaning
8.1.1 Vent System
The entire vent system should be inspected and cleaned
every year. If the intake and exhaust venting is disassembled for any reason, it should be reassembled and
sealed according to the vent manufacturer’s instructions
provided at the initial installation.
8.1.2 Burner and Log Set
FOR REPLACEMENT, USE ONLY CERAMIC
GLASS PANEL KIT 156817. DO NOT USE
ANY OTHER TYPE OF GLASS WITH THIS
APPLIANCE.
8.4 Glass & Gasket Replacement
1. Using the Latch Tool, disengage the 6 latches from
the glass frame and lift the frame up and off of the
firebox.
2. Lay the assembly upside down on a flat surface, protecting the frame from scratches using a blanket or
towel.
3. The glass panel is held in place by four retainer tabs,
one at each corner. Use a screwdriver or needle nose
pliers to carefully pry these up to release the glass If
the tabs break off, use the Tinnerman clips supplied
with the replacement glass kit to secure the glass
panel within the frame.
4. Remove the old gasket material.
5. Beginning at the midpoint of the lower edge, apply the new gasket around the glass panel, with the
adhesive side inside and the thicker portion on the
outside. DO NOT STRETCH THE GASKET MATERIAL.
Trim off any excess, leaving a 1/2” overlap as shown in
fig. 70.
6. Lay the glass panel within the glass frame and press
the tabs back down or press the clips in place as
shown in fig. 71.
Periodically inspect the firebox and valve compartment
to BE CERTAIN THAT THE FLOW OF COMBUSTION AND
VENTILATION AIR IS UNOBSTRUCTED.
The firebox should be vacuumed at least annually
to remove any surface build up. Use a soft brush attachment and handle the logs carefully as they are fragile.
8.2 Glass Care
Clean the glass as necessary. Wipe the surface with a
clean, dampened, soft cloth. Follow with a dry, soft towel.
Take care not to scratch the glass surface.
Figure 70.
Gasket application, PN 129124
WARNING: DO NOT USE ABRASIVE OR AMMONIABASED CLEANERS AS THESE WILL ETCH THE GLASS.
NEVER CLEAN THE GLASS WHEN IT IS HOT.
8.3 Gasket Inspection
It is important that the glass gasket be inspected at
least annually. Examine the ribbon gasket for signs of
deterioration and make sure the gasket has a positive
seal. Replace the gasket if necessary.
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Figure 71.
156817 Glass Replacement Kit includes gasket and spare retainer
clips.
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8.5 Battery Replacement
Battery life depends on many variables; the quality of
the batteries, frequency of remote use, and mode of pilot operation. Keep a supply of good quality batteries on
hand to be assured of functional continuity in the event
of a power failure.
The Remote Transmitter batteries are easily accessed through the tabbed cover plate. Be sure to orient
the batteries for correct polarity as indicated in the battery compartment.
Figure 72.
Receiver battery access.
Battery
Compartment
8.5.1 Receiver Battery Replacement
It will be necessary to remove the left side compartment
door to access the battery cover plate.
1. Remove the lower door hinge bracket ( one, 10 mm
nut). The door will drop out of the upper hinge
bracket.
2. Push the slider switch into the OFF position. Remove
the Receiver cover plate screws and pry the cover
plate with slider switch off of the battery box. See fig.
72.
3. Install 4 AA batteries into the receiver bay. Note the
polarity of the batteries and insert into the battery
bay as indicated on the bay cover (+/-).
4. With the switch still in the OFF position, align the
slider switch with the switch stem and snap the cover
plate back onto the battery box.
5. Replace the Receiver cover plate screws.
6. Replace the Compartment Door and lower hinge
bracket.
8.5.2 Initializing the Remote Control
Each time you replace the batteries, you may need to
initialize communication between the Receiver and the
Transmitter.
Program Button
8.6 Accent Lamp Replacement
Handle the replacement bulb with gloves. Skin oils will
cause the bulb to fail prematurely. If you touch the bulb
with your bare fingers, wipe it clean with a soft cloth.
1. Remove lamp compartment cover plate. See fig. 73.
2. Remove the two phillips screws from the bulb socket
to access the bulb. Pull the bulb out of the housing.
3. Plug the new bulb into the socket and re-install the
cover plate into the lamp housing.
Lamp Compartment
1. Place the slider switch in the REMOTE position.
2. Insert the end of a paper clip into the hole marked PRG
on the Receiver cover. The Receiver will “beep” three (3)
times to indicate that it is ready to synchronize with
the Transmitter.
3. Install 3, AAA batteries in the Transmitter bay and push
the ON button. The Receiver will “beep” four times to
indicate the Transmitter’s command is accepted and
sets to the particular code of that Transmitter. The system is now initialized.
Use 222943 Bulb, 130V / 50W
Figure 73. Remove cover plate to access lamp bulb.
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9.0 Atra GZ 450 DV
Replacement Parts
Use only genuine Atra Replacement Parts
available from your local Authorized Jøtul
Dealer or by contacting:
Jøtul North America
55 Hutcherson Dr.
Gorham, ME 04038
207 591-6601
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Figure 74.
Spud Assembly.
No. Part Number
1
117917
2
117967
3
117968
4
117986
5
118016
6
118200
7
129367
045025
8
222058
222057
9
120517
10
221390
11
222280
12
222291
13
222292
14
222407
15
223329
16
222714
17
222910
18
222911
Description
Screw, HWH SMA 8 x 1/2 SL Blk Oxide
Screw, Pan Head #7 x 3/8 PH SMA Zinc
Nut, M6 Serrated Flange plain
Screw, #8 X 3/4 SL HWH SMA ZINC
Nut, Lock M6 DIN 980v Stover Zinc
Screw, #8 X 3/8”, Taptite, SLHWH, SZPL
Orifice, Burner - #39 / NG
Orifice, Burner - #52 / LP
Orifice, Pilot - #62 (NG)
Orifice, Pilot - #35 (LP)
Switch, Rocker, SPST, Black, Plain
Primary Air Shutter Assembly
Gasket, Drop In Orifice Holder
Orifice Holder, Drop In Assembly
Elbow, 90°, Brass 3/8 NTP X 3/8” Dia. Tube
Valve, Straight 3/8 FIP X 3/8 FIP
Burner Control Face Plate, Silkscreened
Handle Outer, Primary Air
Spacer, Pilot
Gasket, Pilot Spacer
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No. Part Number
19
222913
20 222922
222952
21
222924
22
222925
23
222928
24
222941
25
222971
26 222972
27
222973
28 223214
29 223244
30 223254
31
223321
32
225344
33
157024
34
222926
35
222943
36 222942
37
222974
38
223808
* not illustrated
Description
Heat Shield, Valve
Proflame Valve w/Stepper Motor, NG
Proflame Valve w/Stepper Motor, LP
Proflame IPI Ignition Board
Proflame Pilot, NG
Proflame S Receiver
Elbow, Brass, Street, 90°, 3/8 NTP
Spud Plate
Bracket, Valve
Inner Handle, Primary Air
3/8” x 1 1/2” Black Iron Nipple
Bracket, IPI Ignition Board
Plug, Pilot Thermopile (For IPI Pilot)
3/8” Black Iron Union
Gasket, Spud Plate
Proflame Wire Harness
Proflame GTMFS Transmitter
Light Bulb, 130V / 50W*
Light Bulb Fixture, High Temp*
Glass Panel, Light Bulb Compartment*
Union Wrench
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Figure 75.
Rheostat and FCM
Assemblies
No. Part Number
1
117917
2
220709
3
220700
4
222916
5
222917
6
222918
7
157026
8
223328
Description
Screw, HWH SMA 8 x 1/2 SL Blk Oxide
Knob, Rheostat Control
Rheostat, Short Lead
Bracket, Lower FCM Mount
Bracket, Upper FCM Mount
Heat Shield, FCM
Proflame Fan Control Module
Dimmer Control Face Plate, Silkscreened, GZ 450/650
Figure 77.
Blower Assembly
No. Part Number
1
117917
2
117978
3
222072
4
222708
5
222970
6
225334
Description
Screw, HWH SMA 8 x 1/2 SL Blk Oxide
Screw, Button Head Socket M6X10 Blk
Blower, TransFlow, 12” Cage, 120 CFM
Blower Access Panel, GZ 450 DV
Bracket, Blower Mount, GZ 450 DV
Gasket, Blower Access Panel
Atra Burners
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Figure 78. Glass Frame Assembly
Silhouette Burner
Figure 78.
Burner Assemblies
No. Part Number Description
1
22270392
Glass Frame, GZ450 (Painted Black)
2
129124
9’ Gasket, Fiber Glass w/ Graphite, .25 X 1.38 Nominal
3 & 2 157025
Replacement Glass Kit, inc. gasket
4
223307
Latch Release Tool
Front Components not illustrated
5
22533292 Bottom Surround Support Bracket
6
222745
Control Door Bracket, Upper & Lower
7
22275992
Control Door
8
157027
Door Latch Assembly
No. Part Number
1
156863
2
156864
3
225399
4
22296692
5
223353
6
156865
7
22535192
8
22535292
9
22333992
157006
157007 10
22412692
Description
Burner Assembly, Atra Logset Grate, NG
Burner Assembly, Atra Logset Grate, LP
Air Deflector
Burner Skirt, Rear, Atra Logset
Ceramic Base, Atra Logset
Burner Assembly, Silhouette
Burner Skirt, Silhouette Burner
Firebox Panel Riser, assembled to 4 pieces
Valence, Burner Skirt / Black
Valence, Burner Skirt / Penny Vein - Balsam only
Valence, Burner Skirt / Gold Vein - Balsam only
Pilot Tray
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2
1
3
4
5
6
7
8
10
9
12
11
Figure 79. Fireplace Cabinet Parts
No. Part Number
1
221360
2
22272092
3
222967
4
22271992
5
222711
6
222968
7
22271292
8
22271692
9
22271792
10
223811
11
222718
12
223305
13
224135
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Description
Top Stand-off
Outer Top Panel
Top Insulation Blanket
Inner Top Panel
Collar Cap
Cap Insulation, 2 pcs.
Inner Top Heat Shield, 2
Left Side Cabinet Panel
Right Side Cabinet Panel
Nail Bracket / Side Stand-off, 3
Rear Cabinet Panel
Junction Box Cover
Top Outlet Cover Plate
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10.0 Appendix
10.1 Approved Vent Manufacturers
10.2 Mobile Home Installation
Simpson Dura-Vent, Inc.
P.O. Box 1510
Vacaville, CA 95696-1510
1. The fireplace must be secured to the floor of the
mobile home. A bracket is located on each side of the
fireplace through which wood screws or other appropriate fasteners should be secured to the floor.
The Atra GZ 450 DV fireplace is approved for installation with direct vent chimney components supplied
by the following manufacturers:
800-835-4429
Selkirk Corporation
1301 W. President George Bush Hwy, Suite 330
Richardson, TX 75080-1139
800-992-8368
American Metal Products (Amerivent)
8601 Hacks Cross Rd.
Olive Branch, MS 38654 800-423-4270
Security Chimneys International Limited
2125 Monterey, Laval, Québec
Canada, H7L 3T6
450-973-9999
Metal-Fab, Inc.
P.O. Box 1138
Wichita, KS 67201
316-943-2351
ICC, Inc.
400 J-F Kennedy St. Jerome, Quebec
Canada, J7Y 4B7
450-565 6336
The Atra GZ 450 DV can be installed for use in a mobile
home in the U.S. and Canada provided:
2. The fireplace is installed in accordance with Title 24
CFR, Part 3280- Manufactured Home Construction and
Safety Standard, in the U.S. Comply with CSA Z240.4,
Gas Equipped Recreational Vehicles and Mobile Housing, in Canada.
3. Always contact your local officials about installation
restrictions and requirements in your area.
THIS APPLIANCE MAY BE INSTALLED AS AN OEM
INSTALLATION IN A MANUFACTURED (MOBILE) HOME
AND MUST BE INSTALLED IN ACCORDANCE WITH
THE MANUFACTURER’S INSTRUCTIONS AND THE
MANUFACTURED HOME CONSTRUCTION AND SAFETY
STANDARD, TITLE 24 CFR, PART 3280, STANDARD FOR
MANUFACTURED HOME INSTALLATION, ANSI/NCBCS
A255.1 OR STANDARD FOR CANADA, CSA Z240.4. THIS
APPLIANCE IS ONLY FOR USE WITH THE TYPE OF GAS THAT
IS INDICATED ON THE Fireplace’S RATING PLATE. THIS
APPLIANCE MAY BE INSTALLED IN AN AFTERMARKET
PERMANENTLY LOCATED, MANUFACTURED (MOBILE)
HOME, WHERE NOT PROHIBITED BY LOCAL CODE.
CET APPAREIL PEUT ETRE INSTALLE DANS UN MAISON
PREFABRIQUEE (MOBILE) DEJA INSTALLEE A DEMEURE SI
LES REGLEMENTS LOCAUX LE PERMETTENT.
CET APPAREIL DOIT ETRE UTILISE UNIQUEMENT AVEC LES
TYPES DE GAS INDIQUES SUR LA PLAQUE SIGNALETIQUE.
NE PAS L’UTILISER AVEC D’AUTRES GAS SAUF SI UN KITDE
CONVERSION CERTIFIE EST INSTALLE.
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10.3 Proper Flame Pictures
10.4 Wiring Diagram
Figure 79. Traditional Logs flame picture.
Figure 80. Beach Fire flame picture.
Figure 81. Antlers & Pine Cones flame picture.
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Figure 82. Electrical wiring diagram. See fig. 26, hard wiring
instructions on Page 17.
11.0 Jøtul Gas Product
Limited Warranty
This warranty policy applies to gas products identified by
Jøtul, Scan, and Atra trade names, as set forth below.
A. Cast Iron, Steel Doors, Surround Components, Firebox:
Jøtul North America Inc. (JØTUL) warrants, to the original retail
purchaser, that those components of the Jøtul, Scan, or Atra
Gas Stove or Fireplace specified above will be free of defects in
material and workmanship for a period of five (5) years from
the date of purchase. This warranty is subject to the terms,
exclusions and limitations set forth in the following text.
B. Burner, Burner Treatments, Firebox Panels:
JØTUL warrants, to the original retail purchaser, that those
components of the Jøtul, Scan, or Atra Gas Stove or Fireplace
specified above will be free of defects in material and
workmanship for a period of two (2) years from the date of
purchase. This warranty is subject to the terms, exclusions, and
limitations set forth in the following text
C. Gas & Electrical Components (controls, plumbing, valve,
blower):
JØTUL warrants, to the original retail purchaser, that those
components of the Jøtul, Scan, or Atra Gas Stove or Fireplace
specified above will be free of defects in material and
workmanship for a period of one (1) year from the date of
purchase. This warranty is subject to the terms, exclusions, and
limitations set forth in the following text.
JØTUL will repair or replace (including parts & labor), at its option, any
of the above components determined by JØTUL to be covered by this
warranty. You must, at your own expense, arrange to deliver or ship
the component to an authorized Jøtul, Scan, or Atra dealer and arrange
for pickup or delivery of the component after repairs have been made.
If, upon inspection, JØTUL determines that the component is covered
by this warranty, the repair or replacement will be made as set forth
above. This warranty is not transferable and is extended only to, and is
solely for the benefit of, the original retail purchaser of the Jøtul, Scan,
or Atra Gas Stove or Fireplace. This paragraph sets forth the sole remedy
available under this warranty in the event of any defect in the Jøtul,
Scan, or Atra Gas Stove or Fireplace.
The warranty period for any replaced component will be the remaining
unexpired portion of the warranty period for the original component.
Please retain your dated sales receipt in your records as proof of
purchase.
EXCLUSIONS AND LIMITATIONS
NOTICE: This warranty is void if installation or service is performed
by someone other than an authorized installer, service agency or gas
supplier, or if installation is not in conformance with the installation
and operating instructions contained in this owner’s manual or
local and/or national fire and building regulations. A listing of
local authorized installers, service agencies and gas suppliers can
be obtained from the National Fireplace Institute at http://www.
nficertified.org/.
This warranty does not cover the following:
1) Repair or replacement of parts that are subject to normal wear
and tear during the warranty period or to parts that may require
replacement in connection with normal maintenance. These parts
include gaskets and glass (except to the extent such parts suffer
damage from thermal stress).
2) Damage due to incorrect installations not in conformance with the
installation instructions contained in this owner’s manual or local and/
or national fire and building regulations.
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3) Damage due to service performed by an installer, service agency or
gas supplier, unless otherwise agreed to in writing by JØTUL.
4) Labor or other costs associated with the repair of gas controls,
plumbing, burners, log set, or sheet metal firebox beyond the warranty
period.
5) Damage caused by unauthorized modification, use or repair.
6) Damage to enameled surfaces caused by improper operation or
misuse, including use that is not in conformance with the operating
instructions contained in this owner’s manual. Such damage can
typically be identified by bubbling, cracking, or discoloration of the
enamel finish.
7) Costs incurred by travel time and/or loss of service.
8) Damage incurred while the Jøtul, Scan, or Atra Gas Stove or Fireplace
is in transit.
IN NO EVENT SHALL JØTUL, ITS PARENT COMPANY, SHAREHOLDERS,
AFFILIATES, OFFICERS, EMPLOYEES, AGENTS OR REPRESENTATIVES
BE LIABLE OR RESPONSIBLE TO YOU FOR ANY SPECIAL, INDIRECT,
INCIDENTAL, CONSEQUENTIAL, PUNITIVE OR OTHER SIMILAR DAMAGES,
INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, LOST PROFITS, LOST SALES, INJURY
TO PERSON OR PROPERTY, OR DAMAGES TO A STRUCTURE OR ITS
CONTENTS, ARISING UNDER ANY THEORY OF LAW WHATSOEVER.
ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES
OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE,
OR OTHERWISE, ARE LIMITED IN DURATION TO THE LENGTH OF THIS
WRITTEN WARRANTY. EXCEPT AS EXPRESSLY SET FORTH HEREIN, JØTUL
MAKES NO ORAL, WRITTEN OR OTHER WARRANTY WITH RESPECT TO
JØTUL, SCAN OR ATRA GAS STOVES OR FIREPLACES.
Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental
or consequential damages, or limitations on the length of implied
warranties. Therefore, the above exclusions or limitations may not apply
to you. This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may have
other rights, which vary from state to state.
JØTUL reserves the right to discontinue, modify or change the materials
used to produce the Jøtul, Scan, or Atra Gas Stove or Fireplace. JØTUL
shall have the right to replace any defective component with substitute
components determined by JØTUL to be of substantially equal quality
and price.
The dollar value of JØTUL’s liability for breach of this warranty shall be
limited exclusively to the cost of furnishing a replacement component.
JØTUL shall not in any event be liable for the cost of labor expended
by others in connection with any defective component. Any costs or
expenses beyond those expressly assumed by JØTUL under the terms of
this warranty shall be the sole responsibility of the owner(s) of the Jøtul,
Scan, or Atra Gas Stove or Fireplace.
No dealer, distributor, or other person is authorized to modify, augment,
or extend this limited warranty on behalf of JØTUL. NO MODIFICATION
OR CHANGE TO THIS WARRANTY WILL BE EFFECTIVE UNLESS IT IS MADE
IN A WRITTEN DOCUMENT MANUALLY SIGNED BY AN AUTHORIZED
OFFICER OF JØTUL.
An authorized installer may have been provided with certain
information related particularly to the Jøtul, Scan, or Atra Gas Stove or
Fireplace; however, no authorized installer or other person who may
service the appliance is an agent of JØTUL. No inference should be
made that JØTUL has tested, certified, or otherwise pronounced any
person as qualified to install or service the appliance. JØTUL shall not
be liable or otherwise responsible for any error or omission by a person
installing or servicing a Jøtul, Scan, or Atra Gas Stove or Fireplace.
If you believe your Jøtul, Scan, or Atra Gas Stove or Fireplace is defective,
you should contact your nearest authorized Jøtul, Scan, or Atra
dealer, who will process a warranty claim. IN ORDER TO QUALIFY FOR
WARRANTY COVERAGE, JØTUL MUST RECEIVE NOTICE OF A POSSIBLE
DEFECT WITHIN SIXTY (60) DAYS OF THE DATE THE DEFECT IS FIRST
DISCOVERED, OR REASONABLY COULD HAVE BEEN DISCOVERED.
This warranty is given by Jøtul North America, Inc.,
55 Hutcherson Drive, Gorham, Maine 04038 USA
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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 is equipped with an ignition
device which automatically lights the pilot.
Do not try to light the pilot by hand.
B. BEFORE LIGHTING, smell all 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:
• Extinguish any open flame.
• Open windows.
• Do not light any appliance.
• Do not touch any electrical switches.
• Do not use any phone in your building.
• Immediately call your gas supplier from a
neighbor’s phone.
• If your gas supplier cannot be reached, call the
fire department.
C. Use only your hand to push in or turn the
gas control knob. Never use tools. If the knob
will not push in or turn by hand, do not try
to repair it. Call a qualified 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. Set the thermostat to the lowest setting.
3. Set the Mode Control Switch to the “OFF” position.
4. This appliance is equipped with an ignition device
which automatically lights the pilot.
Do not try to light the pilot by hand.
7. Set the Mode Control Switch to the “REMOTE” position.
PILOT LIGHT ASSEMBLY
REMOTE RECEIVER
MODE CONTROL SWITCH
5. Wait five (5) minutes to clear out any gas. Then,
smell for gas, including near the floor. If you smell
gas, STOP! Follow “B” in the safety information
above on this label. If you do not smell gas, go to
the next step.
8. Set the thermostat to the desired setting to light
the burner.
9. If the appliance will not operate, follow the instructions” To Turn Off Gas To Appliance”, and call
your service technician or gas supplier.
6. Set the Mode Control Switch to the “ON” position.
The pilot will light.
TO TURN OFF GAS TO THE APPLIANCE:
1. Set the thermostat to the lowest setting.
2. Turn off all electrical power to the appliance if
service is to be performed.
3. Set the Mode Control Switch to the “OFF” position.
4. Close control access door.
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This appliance must be installed in conformance with local and national building regulations. Before
beginning the installation, it is important that the these instructions be carefully read and understood.
Atra maintains a policy of continual product development. Consequently, products may differ in specification, color or type of accessories from those illustrated or described in various publications.
Atra vise sans cesse a ameliorer ses produits. C’est pourquoi, il se reserve le droit de modifier les specifications, couleurs etequipement sans avis prelable.
Jøtul AS
P.O. Box 1411
N-1602 Fredrikstad
Norway
Jøtul North America
55 Hutcherson Dr.
Gorham, ME 04038-2634
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