INSTALLER : THESE INSTRUCTIONS MUST BE CONVEYED TO AND REMAIN WITH THE HOMEOWNER.
CERTIFIED IN CANADA TO CAN/CSA C22.2 NO. B140.3, B140.1, B140.0 AND IN THE UNITED STATES CONFORMS TO UL Std 307a, ANSI/ULStd 896
INSTALLATION AND OPERATION INSTRUCTIONS
FOR
OIL-FIRED CAST IRON STOVE
MOBILE HOME APPROVED
MODEL
SAVOY OS11
Installation and Service must be performed by a Qualified Installer, Service Agency or the Oil Supplier
WOLF STEEL LTD., RR#1, 24 NAPOLEON RD.,
BARRIE, ON., CANADA L4M 4Y8 (705)721-1212
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CONTENTS
PG. 2 . . INTRODUCTION
PG. 8
. . Mounting flue collar and blanking plate
PG. 3 . . Warranty
PG. 8
. . Leveling the stove
PG. 4 . . General information
PG. 8
. . Door seal adjustment
PG. 4 . . Care of enamelled parts
PG. 8
. . Ash tray installation
PG. 4 . . Care of glass
PG. 8
. . Fitting the “visioflamme” (optional)
PG. 4 . . INSTALLATION
PG. 4 . . Unit and specifications
PG. 5 . . Location and clearances
PG. 5 . . Safety precautions
PG. 5 . . Draft air
PG. 5 . . Combustion air for NON mobile home installation.
PG. 6 . . INSTALLATION
PG. 6 . . Venting
PG. 6 . . Outside air
PG. 8 . .
FUEL SUPPLY
PG. 10 .
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
PG. 10
. Understanding your oil stove
PG. 10
. Lighting instructions
PG. 11
. Shut down
PG. 11 .
PG. 11
. Oil flow adjustments
PG. 11
. Overheating
PG. 12 .
PG. 6 . . Chimney specifications
PG. 6 . . Chimney connector
PG. 7 . . Chimney installation
PG. 7 . . Adding chimney sections
PG. 7 . . MOBILE HOME INSTALLATION
PG. 8 . . FINISHING
ADJUSTMENTS
MAINTENANCE
PG. 12
. Seasonal maintenance
PG. 12
. Door gasket replacement
PG. 12
. Removing the flue baffle
PG. 13
. Ordering replacement parts
PG. 13
. Replacement parts
PG. 16 .
TROUBLE SHOOTING
PLEASE RETAIN THIS MANUAL FOR FUTURE REFERENCE
INTRODUCTION
WARNING
• The stove is an oil-fired stove. Do not burn wood or
other materials in this stove.
• Adults and especially children should be alerted to the
hazards of high surface temperatures and should stay
away to avoid burns or clothing ignition. Supervise young
children when they are in the same room as the stove.
• Due to high temperatures, the stove should be located
out of traffic and away from furniture and draperies.
• Clothing or other flammable material should not be
placed on or near the stove.
• Do not allow anyone to operate this appliance unless
th ey are thor oughly fa miliar with th e o perating
instructions.
• The use of a firescreen is strongly recommended as a
further safeguard.
• It is imperative that the controls, burner, its passageway
in the stove and venting system are kept clean. The stove
and its venting system should be inspected before use
and at least annually by a qualified service person. More
frequent cleaning may be required due to excessive soot
build-up. The stove area must be kept clear and free from
combustible materials, gasoline and other flammable
vapours and liquids.
• Under no circumstances should this stove be modified.
• Do not draw combustion air from a wall, floor or ceiling
cavity or from an enclosed area such as an attic, a
basement or a garage.
• Do not use this stove if any part has been under water
immediately call a qualified service technician to inspect
the stove and to replace any part of the control system
which has been under water.
• Do not operate the stove with the glass door opened,
cracked or broken. Replacement of the glass should be
done by a licensed or qualifed service person.
• Do not strike or slam shut the stove glass door.
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NAPOLEON oil stoves are manufactured under the strict Standard of the World Recognized
ISO9001 Quality Assurance Certificate.
NAPOLEON products are designed with superior components and materials, assembled by trained craftsmen who take great pride
in their work. The complete stove is thoroughly inspected by a qualified technician before packaging to ensure that you, the
customer, receives the quality product that you expect from NAPOLEON.
NAPOLEON OIL STOVE PRESIDENT’S LIFETIME LIMITED WARRANTY
The following materials and workmanship in your new NAPOLEON oil stove are warranted against defects for as long as you own the
stove. This covers : combustion chamber, heat exchanger, borosilicate glass (thermal breakage only), gold plated parts against tarnishing,
and porcelainized enamelled components.
Wearable parts such as carburetor and catalytic components, oil reservoir , burner, flue baffle and high temperature paint are covered and
NAPOLEON will provide replacement parts free of charge during the first year of the limited warranty.
Labour related to warranty repair is covered free of charge during the first year. Repair work however, requires the prior approval of an
authorized company official. Labour costs to the account of NAPOLEON are based on a predetermined rate schedule and any repair work
must be done through an authorized NAPOLEON dealer.
CONDITIONS AND LIMITATIONS
NAPOLEON warrants its products against manufacturing After the first year, NAPOLEON will not be responsible for
defects to the original purchaser only —i.e., the individual installation, labour or any other costs or expenses related
or legal entity (registered customer) whose name appears to the reinstallation of a warranted par t, and such
on the warranty registration card filed with NAPOLEON. expenses are not covered by this warranty.
provided that the purchase was made through an No tw ithstanding any provisions contained in the
authorized NAPOLEON dealer and is subject to the President’s Limited Lifetime Warranty, NAPOLEON’S
following conditions and limitations :
responsibility under this warranty is defined as above and
This factory warranty is non-transferable and may not be it shall not in any event extend to any incidental,
extended whatsoever by any of our representatives.
consequential or indirect damages.
The oil stove must be installed by an authorized service This warranty defines the obligations and liability of
technician or contractor. Installation must be done in NAPOLEON with respect to the NAPOLEON oil stove and
accordance with the installation instructions included with any other warranties expressed or implied with respect to
the product and all local and national building and fire this product, its components or accessories are excluded.
codes.
NAPOLEON neither assumes, nor authorizes any third
This limited warranty does not cover damages caused by party to assume, on its behalf, any other liabilities with
misuse, lack of maintenanc e, shipping, accident, respect to the sale of this product. NAPOLEON will not be
alterations, abuse or neglect. Parts installed from other responsible for : over-firing, downdrafts, spillage caused
manufactures will nullify this warranty.
by environmental conditions such as rooftops, buildings,
This limited warranty does not cover chipping flaking of nearby trees, hills, mountains, inadequate vents or
porcelainized enamelled components where the stove has ventilation, excessive venting configurations, insufficient
been installed in a salt air or highly humid environment that makeup air, or negative air pressures which may or may
may be corrosive or cause rust. Stove inspection for not be caused by mechanical systems such as exhaust
damage to the enamel should be done prior to accepting it. fans, furnaces, clothes dryers, etc.
This limited warranty further does not cover any scratches, Any damages to the stove, combustion chamber,
dents, corrosion or discolouring caused by excessive heat, enamelled finish or other component due to water,
abrasive and chemical cleaners nor chipping on porcelain w e a t h e r d a m a g e , l o n g p e r i o d s o f d a m p n e s s ,
enamel parts, nor any venting components used in the condensation, damaging chemicals or cleaners will not be
the responsibility of NAPOLEON.
installation of the stove.
In the first year only, this warranty extends to the repair or The bill of sale or copy will be required together with a
replacement of warranted parts which are defective in serial number and a model number when making any
material or workmanship provided that the product has warranty claims from your authorized dealer. The warranty
been operated in accordance with the operation registration card must be returned within fourteen days to
register the warranty.
instructions and under normal conditions.
After the first year, with respect to the President’s Limited NAPOLEON reserves the right to have its representative
Lifetime Warranty, NAPOLEON may, at its discretion, fully inspect any product or part thereof prior to honouring any
discharge all obligations with respect to this warranty by warranty claim.
refunding to the original warranted purchaser the
wholesale price of any warranted but defective part(s).
ALL SPECIFICATIONS AND DESIGNS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT PRIOR NOTICE DUE TO ON-GOING PRODUCT IMPR OVEMENTS. NAPOLEON® IS A REGISTERED
TRADEMARK OF WOLF STEEL LTD. PATENTS U.S. 5.303.693.801 - CAN 2.073.411, 2.082.915 © WOLF STEEL LTD.
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General information
Oil consumption **
Chimney draft required
Nominal heat
output
max speed
min speed
max speed
min speed
27,300 BTU/hr
.25 US gal/hr
.073 US gal/hr
.06" w.c.
8 kW
0.96 liter/h
0,28 liter/h
15 Pa
** 1 pint = 0.568 liter
1 liter = 1.760 pints
Weight
Flue outlet inside
diameter
.024" w.c.
220 lbs
5 inches
6 Pa
100 kg
125 mm
1 quar t = 1.136 liter
1 gallon (Brit.) = 4.546 liter
1 US gal = 3.785 liter
1 liter = 0.879 quar t
1 liter = 0.22 gal (Brit.)
1 liter = 0.26 gal (US)
Pints, quar ts and gallons are Canadian unless otherwise noted.
Care of enamelled parts
Do not use abrasive cleaners to clean these parts. Buff lightly with a clean, dry cloth. Porcelain enamel components must
be handled with care. The baked-on finish is “glasslike”. If struck, it will chip. Touch-up paint is available through your
Napoleon dealer.
Care of glass
If the glass is not kept clean permanent discolouration and / or blemishes may result. Normally a hot burn will clean the
glass. The most common reason for dirty glass is running the unit at a low burning rate. If it is necessary to clean the glass,
use a soft cloth with a nonabrasive cleaner. Coarse cleaning materials may cause scratches or otherwise damage the
glass. Scratches can develop into cracks or breaking of the glass.
DO NOT CLEAN GLASS WHEN HOT !
The glass is very strong for maximum performance. However, always close the door gently. If the glass should ever crack
while the fire is burning, do not open the door until the fire is out and do not operate the stove again until the glass has
been replaced with new borosilicate glass, available from your Napoleon / Wolf Steel Ltd. dealer. DO NOT SUBSTITUTE
MATERIALS. Check gaskets and seals regularly.
INSTALLATION
WARNING : Improper installation, adjustment, alteration, service or maintenance can cause injury or property
damage. Refer to this manual. For assistance or additional information consult a qualified installer, service agency
or the oil supplier.
r
Unit and specifications
5 0 5 (2 0 ")
1 4 5
(5 3 /4 ")
5 3 5 (2 1 ")
Ø
1 2 5 ( 5 " ) in t.
7 0 8 (2 8 ")
Ø
1 2 5 ( 5 " ) in t.
5 9 3 (2 3 3 /8 ")
2 8 8 (1 1 3 /8 ")
Ø 1 0 0
(4 ") e x t.
5 5 2 ,5 (2 1 3 /4 ")
Figure 1
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Location and clearances
If the stove is to be installed on a combustible floor, it must be installed on sheet metal or a tile. The oil drip tray, 72636
(not supplied) is a suitable substitute for either of these two pads.
Maintain these minimum clearances to combustibles (fig. 2) :
A 10 inches (250 mm)
B 13 inches (330 mm)
C 7 inches (180 mm)
C
A
B
C
C
C
A
B
Figure 2
Use a double wall pipe for rear connection.
If reduced clearances are needed, obtain requirements from your local building code authorities (Installation code
book).
Safety precautions
Please read the installation instructions carefully, prior to installing the oil stove.
Your Napoleon oil stove must be installed in accordance with all national and local building code standards.
Consult the authority having jurisdiction (such as municipal building department, fire department, fire prevention bureau,
etc.) to determine the need to obtain a permit. If you are in doubt about the proper installation for your situation, contact
your dealer or local building or fire official.
Draft air
Most of the heat generated by the oil stove is used to warm the room air. However, part of the generated heat escape as
exhaust gas through the chimney, creating a ‘chimney draft’. To ensure proper operations of the stove, it must be
connected to a chimney having a sufficient draft capacity to operate the stove satisfactorily.
Flue draft, measured as negative pressure in the chimney, is created by the hot, rising combustion gas. The draft, in turn,
permits combustion air to enter the burner and emit the exhaust gases from the chimney to complete the combustion cycle.
For the 8 kW, a draft of 0.06" (or 15 Pa) water column for maximum input burn and 0.024" (or 6 Pa) for minimum input
burn is rated best to obtain the utmost performance of the oil stove.
Basic criteria essential to create and maintain chimney draft are :
1. Availability of combustion air.
2. Diameter and height of chimney.
3. Heat generated by the fire.
These segments work together to create the chimney draft. To alter one of them will affect the other two and change the
amount of draft in the chimney and ultimately the stove’s performance. To ensure that adequate chimney draft is
maintained, the chimney should be kept clean and without cracks. As soon as the oil stove has been installed, the chimney
draft should be checked with a draftmeter. Remove the screw located on the flue collar to introduce the draftmeter, replace
the screw once all the necessary tests will have been carried out. Flue draft is measured when the oil stove is hot (after
a minimum use of 30 minutes) to establish a true reading of the draft.
For the recommended operating draft level, see ‘General Information’ on page 4. Draft adjustment can be made through
use of the draft regulator located at the back of the oil stove (2, figure 14, page 9). In the event that the chimney draft is
excessive or irregular, a draft stabiliser should to be fitted to chimney connector.
Combustion air for NON mobile home installation.
The oil burning stove consumes about 4000 ft3 of air per US gallon of oil (30 m3 of air per litre of oil). This air is introduced
into the burner through air inlets and exits the chimney as combustion gas. For the oil stove to function properly, an
adequate supply of combustion air is required. There are many other appliances in your home competing for air such as :
a kitchen range hood, forced air heating devices, clothes dryer or a bathroom exhaust fan. Clothes dryers exhaust 400
CFM (cubic feet / minute) ; range hoods and exhaust fans can exhaust up to 150 CFM. If there is insufficient combustion
air, you may need to open a door or window to avoid adversely affecting the performance of the oil stove.
The manufacturer of the stove and/or his agent is not responsible for any smoking or related problems or damages
resulting from the lack of adequate combustion air. It is the responsibility of the installation contractor to ensure that
adequate combustion air is available to the stove at all times or to use an external connection (fig. 3, page 6) to avoid
reducing the overall efficiency of the stove.
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INSTALLATION
DO NOT INSTALL IN A ROOM USED FOR SLEEPING.
The stove must be firmly bolted to the floor with 1/4 inch lag bolts (fig. 8, p. 8).
Minimum clearances to combustibles are as shown in figure 2, page 5.
VENTING
The chimney must be installed in accordance with the manufacturer’s
instructions. Use only specified components with no substitutions. The
chimney and pipe must extend at least 8 feet above the stove and 3 feet
above the highest point of the roof. Install a rain cap at the top which will not
impede the smoke exhaust. The chimney must be supported at the ceiling or
roof so that its weight does not rest on the stove.
It must be installed between ceiling joists, with radiation shield and roof
flashing, so that the structural strength, insulation and waterproof qualities of
the home are not lessened. Seal with silicone to maintain a vapour barrier at
the chimney and outside air pipe penetrations. To check that the air pipe is
well fixed.
R A IN C A P
M O B IL E H O M E
R O O F F L A S H IN G
R A D IA T IO N S H IE L D
C E IL IN G
T R IM
S U P P O R T
C O L L A R
S T O V E B O L T E D
T O F L O O R
H E A R T H P A D
OUTSIDE AIR
Connection from the stove’s air intake to the outside is mandatory in mobile
homes only, either through a hole in the wall, or through a hole in the floor.
Use a fresh air kit. Secure the 4 inch diameter aluminium liner to the air intake
collar. Avoid cutting away floor joists, wall studs, electrical wires of plumbing.
Seal around the outside pipe with insulation to prevent drafts.
O U T S ID E A IR C O N N E C T IO N T H R O U G H
W A L L O R F L O O R
Figure 3
IF ROOM AIR STARVATION OCCURS BECAUSE THE FRESH AIR
INTAKE IS BLOCKED WITH ICE, LEAVES, ETC.., OR BECAUSE THE
STOVE DOOR WAS LEFT OPEN, OR DUE TO A STRONG EXHAUST FAN
OPERATING ETC., DANGEROUS FUMES AND SMOKE FROM THE
OPERATING STOVE COULD BE DRAWN INTO THE ROOM.
Figure 4
THE TOTAL SMOKE PIPE LENGTH SHOULD NOT EXCEED 40% OF THE CHIMNEY HEIGHT ABOVE THE
STOVE TO A MAXIMUM HORIZONTAL RUN OF 10 FEET.
All smoke pipe must slope upwards at a minimum of 1/4" per foot (6 mm/300 mm) and all connections must be
tight and secured by three sheet metal screws equally spaced.
An uninsulated smoke pipe shall not pass through an attic, roof space, closet or similar concealed space, or
through a floor, ceiling, wall or partition, or any combustible construction.
Chimney specifications
If the chimney is ‘cold’, the normal combustion cycle will not work. A cold chimney may be caused by disuse, being too
large, not insulated, being external or not high enough so not enough draft. Exterior chimneys cool rapidly, causing poor
draft and condensation.
Chimney connector
The stove should be located as close as possible to the chimney to avoid draft problems. Horizontal flue connectors restrict
the establishment of the required chimney draft and thereby prevent the normal functioning of the stove. Ensure that the
connection is supported and fastened to the stove.
Example : Screw the connector to the flue collar or wrap plumber’s strapping around the vertical section of the connector
and screw to either edge of the rear heat shield. Ensure that the strapping is snug fitting. A single wall chimney connector
may be used only within the room where the unit is located, between the oil stove and the chimney but never passing
through a combustible ceiling or wall. Minimum connector clearances to combustibles are to be maintained. If necessary,
where local codes allow, a wall thimble may be used.
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There are two types of chimney connectors :
A single wall chimney connector may be used for top
connection :
This connector must be 316 grade 26 gauge stainless steel or 1 mm
vitreous enamelled steel and with a 5" (127 mm) diameter. Secure
the connector joints with 3 sheet metal screws. The joints are to be
airtight. All connector sections must be attached to the unit and to
each other with the crimped or male end pointing down towards the
oil stove.
Use a double wall chimney connector for rear connection :
The connector should be of the same make (manufacturer) as the
chimney components.
Figure 5
Chimney installation
Connection to a A-VENT chimney :
An A-Vent chimney, either 4" (101,6 mm.) or 5" (127 mm.) in diameter may be used.
The minimum chimney height is to be 15 feet or 4.6 metres measured from the
appliance flue collar to the top of the chimney but not including any chimney caps.
Installation of all chimney systems is to be in accordance with the chimney
manufacturers installation instructions. If the stove is to be connected to a masonry
chimney, a stainless steel liner is required. DO NOT USE ANY MAKESHIFT
MATERIALS DURING INSTALLATION.
Figure 6
2 FT.
min
10 FT.
3 FT.
min
Figure 7
1. Move the stove into position with the flue centred, mid point between two joists to
prevent having to cut them. Use a plumb bob to line up the centre.
2. Cut and frame an opening in the roof to provide a 2" (50 mm) clearance between the outside of the chimney and any
combustible material. DO NOT FILL THIS SPACE WITH ANY TYPE OF MATERIAL.
Nail headers between the joists for extra support. Firestop spacers must be placed on the bottom of each framed opening
in any floor or ceiling that the chimney passes through (figure 5).
3. Hold a plumb bob from the underside of the roof to determine where the opening in the roof should be. Cut and frame
the roof opening to maintain proper 2" (50 mm) clearances (figure 6).
Example : A = Chimney diameter + 2 times the required clearance from chimney to combustible framing materials.
Connection to a L-VENT chimney :
This appliance is certified to be connected to a L-VENT chimney, 5" (127 mm). Use NAPOLEON ADAPTOR, W 175-0198.
This adaptor is specifically designed for Energy Vent Chimney.
Adding chimney sections
Add chimney sections, twist locking (clockwise) securely, to the required height. Safety requirements dictate that the
chimney must be at least 3 feet (915 mm) higher than the highest point where it passes through the roof and at least 2 feet
(610 mm) higher than the highest part of the roof or structure that is within 10 feet (3.05 m) of the chimney, measured
horizontally (figure 7). Obstacles close to the chimney may cause down drafts which may be prevented by the installation
of a chimney cap fitted with a wind deflector. If your chimney system is enclosed within the attic area, a rafter radiation
shield is required.
MOBILE HOME INSTALLATION
In mobile home installation, the oil stove must be installed with an oil drip tray. Order this part, 72636, from your Napoleon
dealer
When installing the OS11 into a mobile Home, a carburetor support (supplied) must be installed for extra support of the
carburetor (fig. 4). Ensure the support is adjusted to make contact with the floor. Outside air intake is mandatory in mobile
homes only.
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FINISHING
Mounting flue collar and blanking plate
The stove is supplied with a connection flue at top. The flue collar is
reversible (2 screws) so that the smoke exit can be done at rear or on the top
(figure 12 and figure 13, page 9).
Leveling the stove
Four adjusting bolts with caps are supplied and which have been placed in the
burner for packing purposes only. Fit the screws and caps to the bottom of the
stove legs (3, figure 8). Place the level on the burner ring and adjust the bolts
until the burner has reached a level position (figure 9). Secure the stove to the
floor (2, figure 8) with the bracket provided (1, figure 8).
1
2
Figure 8
Door seal adjustment
Figure 10
The closing latch rotates around a positioned cam.
- Remove the ceramic rope gently.
- Loosen screw 1.
- Turn cam 2 to desired position.
- Tighten screw 1.
Ash tray installation
Figure 11
Figure 9
To avoid damage to the ash tray during transport, it has been disconnected and
stored behind the main door of the oil stove. To reinstall the ash tray to the front of
the oil stove, tilt the tray at a 45° angle, center onto tab ‘A’ and lower into place.
Fitting the “visioflamme” (optional)
1
Slide each glass piece so that it fits into the upper and lower channels of the
reflector. Use pliers to pinch the ends of the channels to prevent glass from falling
out.
FUEL SUPPLY
The NAPOLEON cast iron oil burning stove is designed and fitted with a special
carburetor to use only a specific category of fuel oil. This fuel oil must be clean and
free of any dirt or traces of water. Impurities in the fuel oil can cause a reduced
efficiency level.
The only fuel to be used with this heating appliance is FURNACE OIL
N O . 1 OR NO. 2 .
DO NOT allow the oil tank to get empty. To do so may cause the stove to
soot and increase the risk of a chimney fire.
Never use gasoline, motor oil or any gasoline contaminated oil.
The oil tank should be located in such a manner to prevent exposure to
direct sunlight or be close to any source of intense heat.
The fuel system of an oil burning stove can either be a gravity system or one
equipped with a fuel suction pump. The system selection depends on the location
of the fuel tank.
2
Figure 10
A
Figure 11
The fuel system of this stove is designed to supply fuel by gravity pressure only.
If the supply tank location is lower than the stove, it will be necessary to use the
Napoleon SP32 suction pump. The SP32 should be installed a minimum of 12" above the stove carburetor and a minimum
of 6" horizontally from the stove. This height difference will provide the necessary head pressure to feed the fuel to the
carburetor.
A height difference between oil tank and oil stove in excess of 8 feet (2.44 meters) should be avoided but if necessary an
oil pressure regulator must be fitted close to the carburetor to mitigate the pressure in the feeder line. The oil feeder line
or oil supply line must be copper tubing with a minimum outside diameter of 5/16" (8 mm).
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9
1
3
1
4
5
6
Figure 13
Figure 12 - Top flue outlet
Figure 13 - Rear flue outlet
2
1.
Blanking plate
2.
Burner
3.
Flue collar
4.
Baffle
5
Reflector
6
Optional mirrors
Figure 12
1
Figure 14 - Operating devices
8
7
3
4
5
6
Figure 14
2
1.
Control knob
2.
Intake collar
3.
Safety lever
4.
Control filter access
5.
6.
Min. setting adjustment screw
Max. setting adjustment screw
7.
8.
Carburateur
De-scaling lever
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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
Understanding your oil stove
Furnace oil is fed from the tank to the burner floor (A) where is
it ignited by means of a firestarter. The heat produced by this
flame brings the burner temperature to the required level to
vaporize the fuel. Oil will only burn as a vapour not a liquid.
Room combustion air enters the burner through the air inlet
holes (B).
The stove carburetor contains a filter to trap impurities. This
filter must be cleaned periodically with the frequency
depending on the fuel purity. A safety lever controls fuel flow.
Oil can only enter the float chamber when the safety lever is
depressed. Oil temperature variations will affect the oil flow
into the float chamber. A float in the chamber raises the fuel
level available to the burner. The carburetor is also controlled
by a control knob which turns from “0" (off) to ”6" (high setting)
(fig. 16).
B
E
B
D
C
B
F
A
Figure 15
In the center of the burner is the catalyser (C) which aids the good combustion. When the stove is in operation, the
catalyser glows red. The stove should not be used with out both the catalyser, catalyser top (D) and ring (E).
To the right of the unit, just below the side panel is a small push rod called a de-scaling lever, (F), that should be pushed
and pulled in and out as well as turning slightly at the same time to keep the inlet pipe clear of carbon buildup. This should
be done on a weekly basis.
Because the draft from the chimney is never uniform, a draft regulator has been added to ensure a constant air intake to
the burner regardless of external factors.
When the door is opened, an automatic oil valve shut-off rod lifts the safety lever (B, figure17) and the stove shuts down
(A, figure17)
Never light the burner if any oil is in the burner pot. The burner pot must be cleaned thoroughly prior to lighting or
relighting.
Keep the door of the oil stove closed when it is in operation except during lighting procedures.
Proceed once installation is complete and all necessary instructions have been followed
When lit for the first time, the stove will emit a slight odour for a few hours. This is a normal temporary condition
caused by the curing and the “burn-in” of internal paints and lubricants used
in the manufacturing process and will not occur again. After extended periods
of non-operation such as following a vacation or a warm weather season, the
stove may emit a slight odour for a few hours. This is caused by dust particles
burning off. In both cases, open a window to sufficiently ventilate the room.
Lighting instructions
1. Through the open door, remove the catalyser components (C, D and E,
figure 15) from the burner.
2. Ensure that the burner pot is dry, and clean with no oil remaining.
3. Place a piece of thumb nail size firestarter gel (methane pellet or paraffin paper
or 2 tablespoons of methylated spirits) into the burner pot.
NEVER USE ALCOHOL OR GASOLINE AS A FIRESTARTER.
Light with a long taper or wadded piece of paper. Immediately replace the
catalyser components (figure 15). Ensure that the top is centred.
Figure 16
4. Closed the door and set the control knob to “0" (figure 16). Depress safety lever
to allow oil flow into the carburetor (B, figure 17).
5. Turn the carburetor control knob to the ”1" dial setting.
6. Allow 10 to 15 minutes of low burn for the flames and chimney draft to stabilize.
The catalyser should glow red before changing to a higher setting.
7. The stove may now be adjusted to the desired heat setting, usually between “2"
and ”4". Never switch straight from “1” to “6". A longer burner life will be achieved
if the control knob is moved one setting at a time leaving approx. 5 minutes
between settings.
A
If the fire goes out, return the carburetor control knob to the “0" setting. Let the
burner cool off completely before repeating the lighting procedure. Clean out any
oil before relighting.
B
NEVER OPERATE THE STOVE WITH THE DOOR OPEN OR AJAR.
Figure 17
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Shut down
1. Turn the control knob to “0" setting.
2. Lift the safety lever.
3. Turn off the oil tank fuel supply valve.
A
The oil tank fuel supply valve should always be shut off when
the oil stove is not in operation.
ADJUSTMENTS
Oil flow adjustments
The oil flow setting is done by the manufacturer and
normally should not require any adjustments. These
adjustments if required must be done by a qualified
technician.
Always burn the stove on low for at least 15 minutes before
attempting to adjust the flow.
Turn the screw only a quarter turn at a time. Wait 10 to 15
minutes between adjustments to allow the fire to stabilize.
If the burner fails to respond to the control knob settings, other
possible causes should be checked (chimney draft, dirty filter
or the oil supply line) prior to attempting to adjust the
carburetor.
Adjustment at minimum speed :
C
B
Figure 18
Turn the control knob ‘A’ to the (1) dial setting and allow the
burner to run for a few minutes. The flame must completely cover the bottom of the burner pot and the catalyser should
glow red. If the flame is too small, the oil stove will quickly soot up. Turn the set screw ‘B’ (figure 18), located on the top
of the carburetor, clockwise with a screwdriver to increase the flow of oil.
If the flame is too high, reduce the oil flow by turning the set screw counter-clockwise. The flames should be blue with
occasional yellow tips. The catalyser should glow red.
Adjustment at maximum speed :
Gradually turn the control knob ‘A’ to dial setting (6) and allow the burner to run for a few minutes. The flame should be
in a cone form with the top level with the upper part of the door. If the flame is too low, the oil flow rate should be increased
by turning the set screw ‘C’ (figure 18), on the carburetor counter-clockwise. If the flame is too high, turn the screw
clockwise.
The flames should have only occasional contact with the burner ring. The bottom 2" (50 mm) of the flames should be blue
in colour with the remaining portion yellow.
Overheating
Adjusting the control knob to a high setting prematurely allows too much oil to enter the burning pot. This and/ or the lack
of sufficient draft creates a fire intensity which in turn creates vibrations. Similarly, if the oil stove or the chimney connector
start to glow red, the appliance is being overheated. Turn off the oil supply until the fire has decreased to a normal steady
burn. Adjust draft to specifications.
Adjustments, if any, to your oil stove have been made by your installer. Do not attempt any further adjustments yourselves
but report any failures or shortcomings in the stove’s performance to your authorized dealer.
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MAINTENANCE
A
D
C
B
Seasonal maintenance
WEEKLY - DESCALE
Push and pull the de-scaling lever in and out as well as turning
slightly at the same time completely two or three times. Push in for
normal burner operations or before relighting.
EVERY 3 TO 4 MONTHS - CLEAN BURNER
Remove all three catalyser components (C, D, E, figure 15,
page 10). Remove any carbon residue and remaining oil from the
burner using a slightly damp cloth. Buff dry before reinstalling.
F
EVERY 3 TO 4 MONTHS : CHIMNEY INSPECTION
The chimney and the chimney connector must be inspected at least
once every 3 months during the heating season to ascertain
whether there has been a buildup of soot in the system. If a soot
buildup has occurred, it should be removed to reduce the risk of
chimney fires.
H
E
Figure 19
ONCE OR TWICE A YEAR : FLUE BAFFLES INSPECTION
- Remove the flue baffle (page 12). If a soot buildup has occurred
on the flue baffles and the combustion chamber, it should be
removed.
A : Control knob
YEARLY : CHIMNEY MAINTENANCE
C : Oil level regulator
The chimney is to be swept at least once a year. It is also
recommended that prior to every heating season the entire system
be professionally inspected, cleaned and repaired where
necessary.
D : Safety lever
YEARLY - CLEAN CARBURETOR FILTER
G
B : Thermostat control
E : Filter
F : Main float
G : Safety float
1. Set the control knob to “0".
H : Filter cavity
2. Turn off oil supply at the valve or the tank valve.
3. Raise the safety lever (D).
4. Place a container under the carburetor to contain any spillage. Remove the filter plug held on with two screws.
5. Pull out the filter (E) and clean in oil using a soft brush. Never use a wire brush.
6. Replace filter and plug.
Clean all enamelled stove panels and the outside of the glass using a slightly dampened cloth. NEVER CLEAN WHEN
THE STOVE IS HOT.
DOOR GASKET REPLACEMENT
Check the door gasket periodically to ensure the seal is functioning properly and the door fits tight. Replace the gasket if
necessary.
Removing the flue baffle
1
2
Figure 20
Figure 21
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REPLACEMENTS
Ordering replacement parts
Contact your dealer or the factory for questions concerning prices and policies on replacement parts. Normally all parts
can be ordered through your Napoleon dealer or distributor. When ordering replacement parts always give the following
information:
1. Model & Serial number of fireplace
2. Installation date of fireplace
3. Part code
4. Description of part
5. Finish
Replacement parts
For warranty replacement parts, a photocopy of the original invoice will be required to honour the claim. Ordering
Replacement Parts
When ordering spare parts, please indicate model number, colour code, parts description, and code number.
N°
Code
Description . . . . . . . . .
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
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10
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12
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15
16
17
18
19
20
21
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24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
100917
104708
109552
109718
110404
119217
119801
134107
134258
134601
142316
142874
142875
146304
149868
164205
165141
166023
179622
259036
181617
105006
188820
189118
189825
194401
194402
198205
199204
222205
236130
236511
239723
Cam pin . . . . . .
Plug . . . . . . . .
Cap . . . . . . . .
Chain . . . . . . .
Hinge pin . . . . .
Descaler . . . . . .
Bushing . . . . . .
Glove . . . . . . .
Bushing . . . . . .
Pin . . . . . . . . .
Gasket . . . . . . .
Gasket . . . . . . .
Gasket . . . . . . .
Draught regulator .
Knob . . . . . . . .
Tightness nut . . .
Float regulator . .
Spring . . . . . . .
Regulator shaft . .
Fixing plate . . . .
Ceramic rope . . .
Ceramic rope . . .
Ceramic glass . . .
Brass screw . . . .
Screw . . . . . . .
Catalyser cover . .
Catalyser body . .
Catalyser ring . . .
Regulator filter . .
Shaft-guide . . . .
Sealing plate . . .
Burner support . .
Regulator support
60
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W175-0198
SP32
72611
72636
72632
NAPOLEON ADAPTOR 5" 'L' Vent
NAPOLEON SUCTION PUMP
IGNITOR
OIL DRIP TRAY
VISIOFLAMME
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N°
Code
Description
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
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45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
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54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
64
65
80
81
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276230
277902
300489
301526
260589
303625
303872
306283
307438
310732
310829
312633
315609
320106
327903
331111
331500
352159
359800
300125
179623
622507
905329
905330
181630
181625
982645
445905
988867
124412
160706
Glass retainer . . . . . . .
Heat shield . . . . . . . .
Reflector . . . . . . . . .
Trap . . . . . . . . . . . .
Base . . . . . . . . . . . .
Door lock . . . . . . . . .
Heat shield . . . . . . . .
Top plate . . . . . . . . .
Flue collar . . . . . . . . .
Back wall . . . . . . . . .
Fuel retainer . . . . . . .
R. side panel . . . . . . .
L. side panel . . . . . . .
Burner support . . . . . .
Air duct . . . . . . . . . .
Base . . . . . . . . . . . .
Tray . . . . . . . . . . . .
Main door . . . . . . . . .
Bracket . . . . . . . . . .
Top plate . . . . . . . . .
Front plate . . . . . . . .
Leg . . . . . . . . . . . .
Regulator shaft . . . . . .
Flue baffle . . . . . . . .
Burner . . . . . . . . . . .
Complete burner . . . . .
Gasket . . . . . . . . . .
Ceramic rope . . . . . . .
Feed line regulator-burner
Fixing plate . . . . . . . .
Complete door . . . . . .
Strut . . . . . . . . . . . .
Leg . . . . . . . . . . . .
EF
60
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EF
EF
EF
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Notes
15
16
TROUBLE SHOOTING
SYMPTOM
PROBLEM
TEST SOLUTION
Flames extinguish during lighting.
Very cold chimney. No draft
established
- Leave door ajar until fire has caught.
- check air supply in the room
Fire extinguishes once firestarter has
burnt off.
Fuel tank is empty
- Fill tank
Fuel valve is closed.
- Open valve
Main carburetor float not engaging.
- De-press the safety lever
Control knob is set on “0"
- Adjust control knob to ”1"
Fuel tank is empty.
- Fill tank
Insufficiant draft
- Call your installer
Fuel adjustment made too quickly.
- Return control knob to “1" ; wait for
normal combustion. (catalyser should
glow red).
Fire extinguishes during use.
Flame is excessely large, smokey and
sooty.
- Wait 5 to 15 minutes between each
adjustment.
Stove burns noisily, extinguishes and
relights itself.
Fire smokes.Soot build up noticed.
Flame imbalance
Burner contains excess fuel
- Adjust to lower setting. If problem
persists call your installer.
Insufficient fuel
- Check that the de-scaler, the
carburetor filter and burner pot are
cleaned.
Insufficient air supply.
- Increase fresh air supply (open door,
window ; add make up air supply)
Downdraft or blockage in chimney
- Check Chimney for Soot build up.
clean if necessary.
- Ensure chimney height is sufficient
and cap is not affected by any nearby
obstructions.
Coke build up noticed.
Oil flow is too low on 1 setting.
- Adjust low flow rate while control is
set on “1", call your installer.
Stove is not level. Flame imbalance.
Check level. Adjust if necessary.
Catalyser not centered. Uneven fuel
distribution resulting in secondary air
shortage.
Center catalyser assembly
Insufficient fuel
- Check that the de-scaler, the
carburetor filter and burner pot are
cleaned.
Excessive air supply.
- Adjust draft.
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- Room is in negative pressure.
Increase fresh air supply. Check draft
with draft meter and adjust if not to
requirements. See page 5.
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