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Vent-Free Gas Log Sets*
Models: (Natural Gas) UVLX18RN, UVLX18MN,
UVLX24RN, UVLX24MN, UVLX30RN, UVLX30MN
Models: (Propane) UVLX18RP, UVLX18MP, UVLX24RP,
UVLX24MP, UVLX30RP, UVLX30MP
Installation and Operating Instructions
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Tested and listed to ANSI Z21.11.2b-2004,
Unvented Heaters, and Z21.60b-2004;
CSA 2.26b-2004
Decorative Gas Appliances for Installation in
Solid-Fuel Burning Fireplaces.
WARNING
If the information in this manual is not followed exactly, a fire or explosion may result,
causing property damage, 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
ATTENTION
Installation and service must be performed
by a qualified agency, individual, firm, corporation, or company, experienced in the installation, repair, and servicing of this type of
gas appliance. Do not modify, alter or tamper
with any part of this heater, control, or logs.
not use any phone in your building.
• Immediately call your gas supplier from a
neighbor’s phone. Follow the gas supplier’s instructions.
• If you cannot reach your gas supplier,
call the fire department.
INSTALLER PLEASE NOTE:
DO NOT begin installation of this gas logset until all instructions have been read
and understood.
This appliance may be installed in an aftermarket, permanently located, manufactured
(mobile) home, where not prohibited by local
codes.
This appliance is only for use with the type
of gas indicated on the rating plate. This appliance is not convertible for use with other
gases.
*These logsets are not for exterior use.
WARNING
CARBON MONOXIDE POISONING MAY LEAD TO DEATH.
When used without fresh air, vent-free log sets may give off carbon monoxide, an odorless, poisonous gas.
Some people - pregnant women, people with heart or lung disease, anemia, or persons under the influence of alcohol, and
persons at high altitudes are more affected by carbon monoxide than others.
Early signs of carbon monoxide poisoning resemble the flu - headache, dizziness, and/or nausea. If you have these signs,
the heater may not be installed or working properly. GET FRESH AIR AT ONCE! Have the heater serviced before using it
again.
INSTALLER: Leave this manual with the appliance.
CONSUMER: Retain this manual for future reference.
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General Information
In order to assure a safe and effective installation, only a qualified service person who is
familiar with the building codes and installation
techniques appropriate to your area may install
and service this appliance.
The Logsets have been designed and tested to operate
safely when installed according to the installation instructions
contained in this manual. Read all instructions before starting
the installation.
In the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, all gas fitting
and installation of this heater shall only be done by a
licensed gas fitter or licensed plumber.
• The vent-free gas logset must be installed only in a fireplace constructed of noncombustible material.
• These logsets are not for exterior use.
• This appliance is for supplemental heating only. It should not
be used as the primary heat source for a dwelling.
• The logset should be inspected before use and at least annually thereafter. More frequent cleaning may be necessary
due to excessive lint from carpeting or bedding material.
• In the United States, the installation and operation must
conform to local codes or, in the absence of local codes, with
the National Fuel Gas Code, ANSI Z223.1/NFPA 54, latest
edition, CSA-B149.1 Installation Code, and with the National
Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA70 (latest edition). State or local
codes may only allow operation of this appliance in a vented
configuratio. Check your state or local codes. In Canada,
check local province for proper use or CSA-B149. Refer to
pages 7 and 8 for installation details.
• The gas logset and its individual shutoff valve must be
disconnected from the gas supply piping system during any
pressure testing of that system at test pressures in excess of
1/2 p.s.i.g. (3.5 kPa.) The gas logset must be isolated from
the gas supply piping system by closing its individual manual
shutoff valve during any pressure testing of the gas supply piping system at test pressures equal to or less than 1/2
p.s.i.g. (3.5 kPa.)
• Do not, under any circumstances, burn solid fuel (wood,
paper, coal) in the fireplace where you have installed your logset. Do not use it for cooking. Put nothing on top of the logs.
• The logset must be compatible with its fuel. Natural gas
requires different hardware than propane. Never attempt to
use natural gas with a propane logset or vice versa.
• For a propane burning logset, the supply tank must include
a high to low gas pressure regulator. The tank must be outdoors. Do not, under any circumstances, locate supply tanks
inside any structure.
• The fireplace must include a screen made of chain mesh
or a similar material. You must keep the screen closed at all
times during the operation of the logset; it will protect you in
the event of an explosion.
• WARNING: If the fireplace contains glass doors, they must
remain open at all times during the operation of the logset,
allowing combustion air to circulate.
• In order to avoid any possible gas leaks, apply pipe joint
compound to all non-flared, threaded connections involved
in this installation. For propane, the joint compound must be
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resistant to the corrosive action of propane.
• To check for leaks, always use a soapy water solution or a
sniffer. Never test by using an open flame.
• The area around the gas logset must be free of all combustible materials, especially gasoline or other highly flammable,
vapor producing liquids.
• Due to high temperatures, locate this logset away from both
high traffic areas and furniture and draperies.
• Children and adults alike should be aware of the high
surface temperatures; to avoid the risk of burns or ignition of
clothing they should stay away.
• Do not touch any part of the logset other than the controls
while it is operating or immediately after you turn it off.
• Supervise young children and pets carefully when they are
in the room where the logset is operating.
• Do not place clothing or other flammable material on or near
the logset.
• Make sure that any safety screen or guard, removed during
servicing, has been replaced before you use the logset.
• Do not, under any circumstances, install the logset in any
bedroom, bathroom, other small, enclosed room, mobile home
or recreational vehicle.
• Do not install the logset in a drafty area or use it with any
after-market blower system that may cause drafting and consequently alter the flame pattern.
• It is imperative that you keep clear all burner areas, control
compartments and passageways for circulating air.
• Do not move the logset in any way that might dislodge the
logs from their fixed positions. If you bump the logset check to
see if you have dislodged anything.
• Provide adequate clearances around air openings into the
combustion chamber and adequate accessibility clearance
for servicing and proper operation. NEVER obstruct the front
opening of the fireplace.
• Avoid propane tank dropping below 25% full. This will help
keep soot from occurring.
WARNING
This appliance is for installation in a solid-fuel
burning masonry fireplace with a working flue,
a U.L.-127 Listed manufactured solid-fuel burning fireplace, in any CFM Corporation ventless
firebox or in any listed ventless firebox enclosure certified to I.A.S. U.S. requirements 2-97.
NOTICE
This is an unvented gas-fired heater. It uses air
(oxygen) from the room in which it is installed. Provisions for adequate combustion and ventilation air
must be provided. Refer to pages 5 and 6.
This appliance operates as an unvented domestic room
heater when fitted to a masonry or factory-built woodburning fireplace with the flue damper closed, or as
a decorative appliance when the flue damper is fully
open. It must not be used for any other purpose and
must be fitted in a masonry or factory-built fireplace or
ventless firebox enclosure.
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Installation Requirements
The fireplace must meet the minimum dimensions listed below. (Fig. 1) Do not install the logset if the fireplace does
not meet these minimums.
Min. Fireplace Dimensions
Logset
Gas
18” UVLX18RN
A
Front
Width
B
Rear
Width
C
Overall
Depth
D
Overall
Height
20¹⁄₂”
17”
13¹⁄₂”
18”
Inlet Supply
Pressure (w.c.)
Min. Max.
5.5”
14.0”
Manifold
Pressure
3.5”
18” UVLX18MN
24” UVLX24RN
Natural
25¹⁄₂”
18¹⁄₂”
13¹⁄₂”
18”
5.5”
14.0”
3.5”
24” UVLX24MN
30” UVLX30RN
25¹⁄₂”
23”
13¹⁄₂”
18”
5.5”
14.0”
3.5”
30” UVLX30MN
18” UVLX18RP
20¹⁄₂”
17”
13¹⁄₂”
18”
11.0”
14.0”
18” UVLX18MP
24” UVLX24RP
Propane
25¹⁄₂”
18¹⁄₂”
13¹⁄₂”
18”
11.0”
14.0”
24” UVLX24MP
30” UVLX30RP
25¹⁄₂”
23”
13¹⁄₂”
30” UVLX30MP
D
B
C
A
A. Front Width
C. Depth
B. Rear Width
D. Height
FD370-2 FD370-2
Fireplace
Pressure Test Points
dimensions/vl18
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UVLX-R Series: The gas control is equipped
Fig. 1 Minimum fireplace dimensions.
captured screw-type pressure test point, therefore it is
not necessary to provide a 1/8” test point upstream of
the control.
UVLX-M Series: The gas valve control is equipped with
a captured screw type inlet and manifold pressure test
point on the right side of the valve.
Odor During Operation
Neither natural gas nor propane gas give off an odor
when burned. The nat ure of a vent free combustion
system, however, is such that odors may occasionally
be produced during heater operation when impurities
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18”
11.0”
14.0”
Min. Input
BTU/hr
Max. Input
BTU/hr
17,000
24,000
15,000
24,000
24,500
35,000
18,000
35,000
25,000
39,000
28,500
39,000
11.0”
18,000
24,000
10.0”
17,000
24,000
11.0”
26,000
35,000
10.0”
18,000
35,000
11.0”
29,500
39,000
10.0”
29,000
39,000
exist in the immediate area. Cleaning solutions, paint,
solvents, cigarette smoke, candles, adhesives, new
carpet or textiles, etc., all can create fumes. These
fumes may mix with combustion air and can create
odor. Such odors will disappear over time, however,
the condition can be alleviated by opening a window
or otherwise providing additional ventilation to the
area.
High Elevations
Input ratings are shown in BTU per hour and are
certified without deration from elevations up to
4,500 feet (1,370m) above sea level.
Nuisance outages may occur at altitudes above
4,500 feet (1,370m) if dirt, dust, lint and/or cobwebs are allowed to accumulate on burner and/or
ODS pilot. Monthly inspection and cleaning is
recommended for altitudes above 4,500 feet
(1,370m)
For elevations above 4,500 feet (1,370m) in USA,
installations must be in accordance with the
current ANSI Z223.1/NFPA 54 and/or local codes
having jurisdiction.
In Canada, please consult provincial and/or local
authorities having jurisdiction for installations at
elevations above 4,500 feet (1,370m)
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Planning
Planning the installation is an important first step. It will save
time and money later in the actual installation. In planning the
installation, consider:
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Where the heater will be located.
All components needed to complete the installation.
Proposition 65 Warning: Fuels used in gas, woodburning or oil fired appliances, and the products of
combustion of such fuels, contain chemicals known
to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects and other reproductive harm.
California Health & Safety Code Sec. 25249.6
DO NOT use this heater in sleeping quarters, mobile
homes, or in recreational vehicles.
•
Installation and repair should be done by a qualified service
person.
•
DO NOT use this heater if any part has been under water.
Immediately call a qualified technician to inspect the appliance and replace any part of the control system and any gas
control which has been under water.
•
When used as an unvented heater, always ensure there
is adequate ventilation from the room where the appliance is
operating. This appliance is equipped with an ODS (oxygen
depletion sensor) pilot light safety system designed to shut off
the appliance if enough fresh air is not available.
THIS APPLIANCE MUST NOT BE USED WITH GLASS
DOORS IN A CLOSED POSITION .
Keep the burner and control compartment clean. See installation and operating instructions supplied with the heater.
WARNING: During manufacturing, fabricating and shipping, various components of this appliance are treated
with certain oils, films or bonding agents. These chemicals are not harmful, but may produce annoying smoke
and smells as they are burned off during the initial operation of the appliance, possibly causing headaches or eye
or lung irritation. This is a normal and temporary occurrence. The initial break-in operation should last 2-3 hours
with the burner at its highest setting. Provide maximum
ventilation by opening windows, doors and the chimney
flue to allow odors to dissipate. Any odors remaining
after this initial break-in will be slight and will disappear
with continued use.
This appliance operates as an unvented domestic room
heater when fitted to a masonry or factory-built wood-burning fireplace with the flue damper closed, or as a decorative
appliance when the flue damper is fully open. It must not be
used for any other purpose and must be fitted in a masonry or
factory-built fireplace or ventless firebox enclosure.
State, provincial or local codes may only allow operation of
this appliance in a vented configuration. Check your state or
local codes. If unvented room heaters are not permitted, the
fireplace vent damper must be locked at the minimum vent
area required by local codes or by the National Fuel Gas
Code (ANSI Z223.1/NFPA 54, latest edition).
When installed as a Decorative Gas Appliance for installation in a solid-fuel burning fireplace, a minimum
permanent free opening of 29 square inches must be
maintained with a fixed damper stop provided with the
appliance. Minimum flue size for this appliance is 29
square inches.
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Installation Precautions
1. This vent-free gas appliance and its components
have been tested and will operate safely when installed
in accordance with this Installation Manual. Read all
instructions before starting the installation, and follow these instructions carefully during installation to
maximize the appliance’s benefit and safety. Failure to
follow them will void your warranty and may present a
fire hazard.
2. After opening the carton, refer to Replacement Parts
on Page 17 and 18, and remove the various parts.
Report to your dealer if any parts were damaged in
shipment.
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CFM Corporation warranty will be voided by,
and CFM Corporation disclaims any responsibility for, the following actions:
Installation of any damaged appliance.
Modification of the appliance.
Installation other than as instructed by
CFM Corporation.
Improper positioning of the gas logs.
Installation and/or use of any component
part or accessory not manufactured or
approved by CFM Corporation, not withstanding any independent testing laboratory or
other third-party approval of such component
part or accessory.
Any such action may create a possible fire hazard.
Consult your local building codes.
This heater shall not be installed in a confined
space unless provisions are made for adequate
combustion and ventilation air.
WARNING!
Improper installation, adjustment, alteration,
service or maintenance can cause injury or property damage. Refer to this manual for assistance
or additional information, consult a qualified
installer, service agency or the gas supplier.
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Installation Requirements
Fresh Air Requirements for
Combustion and Ventilation
WARNING
This heater must have fresh air for proper operation. If it does not, poor fuel combustion could
result. Read the following instructions to ensure
proper fresh air supply for this and other fuelburning appliances in your home.
Modern construction standards have resulted in
homes that are highly energy-efficient and that allow
little heat loss. Your home needs to breathe, however,
and all fuel-burning appliances need fresh air to function properly and safely. Exhaust fans, clothes dryers,
fireplaces, and other fuel burning appliances all use
the air inside the building. If the available fresh air
supply is insufficient to meet the demands of these appliances, problems can result.
The vent-free logsets have specific fresh air requirements. You must determine that these requirements
will be met within the space where the appliance will be
installed. The following information will help you ensure
that adequate fresh air is available for the heater to
function properly.
Provide for Adequate Ventilation
Any space within a home can be classified in these
categories:
1) Unusually tight construction
2) Confined space
3) Unconfined space.
First, determine which classification defines the intended installation space.
Unusually Tight Construction
You must provide additional fresh air if the space falls
into this classification. Unusually Tight Construction is
defined as construction wherein:
a. Walls and ceilings exposed to the outside atmosphere have a continuous water vapor barrier with a
rating of one perm or less, with openings gasketed or
sealed, and
b. weather stripping has been added on openable windows and doors and
c. caulking or sealants are applied to areas such as
joints around windows and door frames, between sole
plates and floors, between wall and ceiling joints, between wall panels, at penetrations for plumbing, electrical, and gas lines, and at all other openings.
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If your home meets all of the above criteria, you must
provide additional fresh air for the appliance as detailed
on Page 6.
If your home does not meet the above criteria, follow
the procedure below.
Determine If You Have a Confined or
Unconfined Space
Use the following formula to determine if you have a
confined or unconfined space.
Space is defined as the room in which you will install
the heater, plus any adjoining rooms with doorless
passageways or ventilation grilles between the rooms.
The National Fuel Gas Code defines a confined space
as a space whose volume is less than 50 cubic feet per
1,000 BTU per hour input rating (4.8m3 per Kw) of the
aggregate (total) input rating of all appliances installed
in that space and an unconfined space as a space
whose volume is not less than 50 cubic feet per 1,000
BTU per hour (4.8m3 per Kw) of the aggregate input
rating of all appliances installed in that space. Rooms
communicating directly with the space in which the appliances are installed, through openings not furnished
with doors, are considered a part of the unconfined
space.
1. Determine the volume of space (length x width x
height). Include adjoining rooms connected by doorless
passageways or ventilating grilles.
Example: A room that is 18’ x 12’ x 8’ has a volume of
1728 cubic feet. An adjoining open kitchen that is 10’
x 12’ x 8’ has a volume of 960 cubic feet. An adjoining
open dining room is 12’ x 12’ x 8’ with a volume of 1152
cubic feet. The total volume is 3840 cubic feet.
2. Divide the volume of space by 50 cubic feet. The
result is the maximum BTU/hour the space can support.
Example: 3840 cubic feet divided by 50 = 76.8 or
76,800 BTU/hour.
3. Add the BTU/hour ratings of all fuel-burning appliances installed in the same space, including the following:
Gas Water Heater
Gas Fireplace Logs
Vented Gas Heater*
Gas Furnace
Vent-free Gas Heater
Other Gas Appliances*
* Do not include Direct-vent appliances as these use
outdoor air for combustion and vent to the outdoors.
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Example:
Gas Range
Vent-Free LogSet
Total
55,000 BTU/hour
+25,000 BTU/hour
80,000 BTU/hour
4. Compare the maximum BTU/hour rating the space
can support with the total BTU/hour used by the appliances.
Example:
76,800 BTU/hour the space can support
80,000 BTU/hour used by appliances
In this example, the maximum BTU/hour that the space
can support is less than the total used by the appliances.
The space is considered to be Confined Space. Additional air must be provided to meet the requirements
on the vent-free gas log set.
The installation and the provisions for combustion and
ventilation air must conform with the National Fuel Gas
Code, ANSI Z223.1/NFPA 54, or the CSA-B149.1 Installation Code (Series).
A confined space may be ventilated in two ways:
A. Open up or provide at least two ventilating grilles to
an adjoining unconfined space. (Fig. 2)
Each of the two grilles must provide an opening of at
least 50 square inches, with all opening dimensions being at least 3”. One grille must be within 12” of the ceiling; the other within 12” of the floor. (If the total exceeds
100,000 BTU/hour, additional grilles will be needed.)
B. Vent the room directly to the outdoors. (Provide one
square inch of opening for each 4,000 BTU/hr.)
For further information on ventilation guidelines and sizing specifications, follow the National Fuel Gas Code/
NFPA 54/ANSI Z223.1/NFPA 54, Section 5.3.
If the total BTU/hour used by the appliances is less than
the maximum BTU/hr the space can support, the room
meets the Unconfined Space criteria and no further
ventilation is needed.
WARNING
This heater shall not be installed in a confined
space or unusually tight construciton unless
provisions are made for adequate combustion
and ventilation air.
WARNING
If the area in which the heater may be operated
is smaller than that defined as an unconfined
space, or if the building is of unusually tight
construction, provide adequate combustion and
ventilation air by one of the methods described
in the National Fuel Gas Code, ANSI Z223.1/NFPA
54, 1992, Sections 5.3, or applicable codes.
WARNING: Before installing the gas log set in a solidfuel burning fireplace, the chimney flue and firebox
must be cleaned of soot, creosote, and loose paint by a
qualified chimney cleaner.
12”
OPTION 1
- Vents to
Adjoining
Room
OPTION 3
- Vents to Adjoining Room
OPTION 2 Remove Door to
Adjoining Room
12”
VO370-2
Fig. 2 Ventilation options for confined spaces.
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vent370-2
Ventilation options
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Installation Instructions
WARNING
Do not allow fans to blow directly into the fireplace. Avoid any drafts that alter burner flame
patterns.
WARNING: Do not use a blower insert, heat exchanger insert, or other accessory not approved
for use with this gas logset.
DO NOT burn solid fuels in a fireplace where an
unvented gas room heater or logset is installed.
Any outside air ducts and/or ashdumps in the
fireplace must be permanently closed at time of
appliance installation.
Do not install this appliance in bedrooms or
bathrooms.
WARNING: Any change to this heater or its controls can be dangerous.
Hole in
Outer
Casing
1”
Gas Supply Line
Ceramic Knockout
Repack
Insulation
Preparing the Fireplace
Gas Line Preparation
Before connecting the appliance, turn off all gas appliances. Close the main gas valve at the gas meter or
appliances. Close the main gas valve at the gas meter
or LP tank. Make certain there is good ventilation where
the installation will be made. Installation should comply
with all applicable building codes and ANSI Z223.1/
NFPA 54, latest edition, or CSA B-149.1. Use LP gasresistant pipe compound to seal threaded joints.
Installation to Existing Gas Line
There should be a manual ON/OFF valve within easy
reach of the appliance. If not, before installation of the
appliance make certain a valve is installed. There may
be a second valve on the line close to the point where
the fireplace line branches off the main gas supply line.
During installation, make certain this valve is OFF.
Manufactured Fireplace Preparation
Refer to the manufacturer’s fireplace installation manual for the specific method of running the gas line into
the fireplace. The following method is typical of most
manufactured fireplaces.
Insert a 1/2” gas pipe through the gas line tube provided by the manufacturer, from outside the fireplace, as
marked by the manufacturer. An ON/OFF valve should
be placed within easy reach of the appliance. After the
gas supply is installed, reinstall the insulation removed
from the gas line tube, and pack it around the pipe, to
prevent cold air entry and to protect the gas line. (Fig.
3)
NOTE: The gas pipe should not come into contact with
any wood structure until it has reached a point at least
one (1) inch away from the fireplace side. (Fig. 3)
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Gas Access
Holes
Electrical
Access
Outside Air Access
760
Fig. 3 Gas line installation - factory built fireplace.
Masonry Fireplace Installation
Preparation
760
gasline
linemust
access
A 1/2 inch gas supply
be supplied to the
firebox. In most cases, this will require drilling a gas line
access hole through the masonry wall. The gas supply line should then be sealed in the access hole with
mortar. The gas supply line should also have a valve
within easy reach of the appliance. Use only 1/2” rigid
pipe or approved 3/8” copper tubing. (Do not use castiron pipe).
Clean the fireplace and chimney (if used) of any ashes,
soot, creosote, or obstruction. This will minimize any
smell from the fireplace. We recommend cleaning by a
chimney sweep.
Flue Damper Preparation
The vented fireplace damper should be fully opened
when operating the appliance as a vented log set. A
damper stop clamp with set screw is provided as a
means to prevent full closure of the fireplace damper
blade. The clamp is designed to prevent accidental closure of the damper when in use. (Fig. 4) (If the damper
stop cannot be installed, the installer should install a
permanent damper stop that will keep the damper open
a minimum of 1¹⁄₂”).
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Damper Stop Installation
Damper Locking Bracket
When installing a decorative gas appliance in a fireplace, some local codes require a damper stop be
added so the damper will not close completely. The
CFM Corporation damper stop is designed so the
damper can be locked in the closed position, and still
allow a vent for the pilot gasses.
This damper stop is designed to work on all CFM Corporation BR, BC, SR, SC, TF and TL series fireplaces.
Installation Instructions
1. Open damper. The damper must be open to attach
the damper stop.
2. Locate the damper locking bracket. From inside the
fireplace locate the damper locking bracket on the
left side of the combustion dome. (Fig. 4)
3. Align the two slots on either side of the cutout on the
damper stop with the two small holes on the angled
portion of the damper locking bracket. Attach the
damper stop with the screws provided. (Fig. 5)
Attachment
Screws (2)
Damper Stop
Fig. 5 Attach damper stop.
DP101
Damper stop
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NOTE: Some of the early units may not have the holes
in the end of the damper locking bracket. If this is the
case use the damper stop as a template to drill two (2)
1/8” holes in the damper locking bracket to mount the
damper stop.
Damper
Stop
Damper Locking Bracket
DP101
Damper Stop
Typical Manufactured
Fireplace
Typical Masonry
Fireplace
DP105
DP105
Damper clamp location
Fig. 6 Damper stop placement.
DP100
Fig. 4 Locate damper locking bracket.
DP100
Damper locking bracket
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7A
7B
Front View
7C
Without Hood
With Hood
8”
42”
Noncombustible
Material
3¹⁄₂” Min.
Flat Mantel
Shelf
Stand-off
8”
38¹⁄₂”
Stand-off
3¹⁄₂”
Min.
Top View
Noncombustible
Facing Material
LS762 Maj Logs Fplc Clearance
UVL/UVHL
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4”
20”
7¹⁄₂”
Seal with
Noncombustible
Material
4”
762
12”
4” Hood
Mantel Trim
Finished Wall
Material
Firebox
Front Edge
of Grate
11”
3¹⁄₂”
Noncombustible Facing
Material
LS763 Fplc Clrnc Top View
UVL/UVHL
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3”
LS764 Fplc Clearance, Side View
UVL/UVHL
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763
764
LS765 Fplc w/ Hood, detail
UVL/UVHL
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765
Fig. 7 Mantel clearances.
Burner Assembly Location
Centrally locate the unit in the fireplace, far enough
back into the firebox to accomplish adequate draft (if
use as a vented appliance is planned). Ensure that the
front grate feet sit inside the front edge of the fireplace
a minimum of 3”. (Fig. 7B)
Clearances
(Refer to Fig. 7, Page 9)
To ensure the safe installation into a masonry or factory-built fireplace, carefully observe the following
instructions:
1. Sidewall Clearances: The clearance from the inside of the front opening of the fireplace to any combustible wall should not be less than 3¹⁄₂” (Fig. 7A)
2. Ceiling Clearances: The ceiling height should not
be less than 42” from the top of the fireplace opening. (Fig.
7A)
3. Mantel Clearances:
When installing an ANSI Z21.11.2 ventless appliance,
the finishing material used for the mantel must be rated
at 250°F or greater. Refer to firebox instructions for any
further information.
Without hood: If no hood is installed, then there must
be non-combustible material from the top front opening
of the fireplace to a height of at least 20 inches and the
full width of the fireplace. A combustible flat mantel shelf
can be no closer than 38¹⁄₂” from the top front of the
fireplace opening (Fig. 7B).
With hood: If a hood is installed there must be noncombustible material from the top front opening of the
fireplace to a height of 7¹⁄₂” and the full width of the fireplace. A combustible flat mantel shelf may be installed
according to the detail in Figure 7C.
3A. Mantel Depth:
A combustible mantel can be no deeper than 8”, at 12”
above the hood. (Figs. 7B and 7C)
4. Grate Clearance
The minimum clearance between the front legs of the
grate and the front edge of the fireplace is 3” (Fig. 7B).
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Gas Line Connection
Check the gas type. Use only the gas type indicated on
the appliance rating plate. If the gas listed on the plate
is not the type of gas supplied, DO NOT INSTALL the
logset. Contact your dealer for the proper model.
Always use an external regulator for all LP appliances,
to reduce the supply tank pressure to a maximum of
14” w.c. This is in addition to the regulator fitted to the
heater.
The normal gas connection is made at the right side
(facing the unit). If a left-side connection is desired, the
connecting pipe may be directed under or behind the
rear of the appliance, to terminate at the right-hand side
for connection to the inlet of the appliance.
Connect the appliance to the gas line using fittings and
aluminum tubing provided.
Close the valve knob on the appliance, turn the main
gas supply valve ‘ON’, and carefully check all gas
connections for leaks, with a soapy water solution or a
sniffer. DO NOT TEST FOR LEAKS WITH AN OPEN
FLAME.
Upon completing your gas line connection, a small
amount of air will be in the gas lines. When first lighting
the pilot, it will take a few minutes for the lines to purge
themselves of air. Once the purging is complete, the
pilot and burner will light and operate as indicated in
this manual. Subsequent lightings of the appliance will
not require purging.
Check the inlet pressure to the appliance, to ensure
that it is as shown in the table on page 3. The minimum
is for the purpose of input adjustment.
WARNING
Connection directly to an unregulated LP tank
can cause an explosion.
During the initial purging and subsequent lightings, never allow the gas valve control knob to
remain depressed in the ‘Pilot’ position without
lighting the pilot with a match or piezo ignitor.
There is a possibility of odor fade in LP. Never install an LP appliance or service line below grade
without a gas detector.
Positioning the Logs
The logs must be positioned on the grate and locating
pins, as shown in Figure 8. Make sure each bottom log
engages the locator pins on the grate, and top logs are
properly positioned in notches on tops of bottom logs.
Gas logs must be properly positioned or the appliance
will not function properly, and may result in soot accumulation on the inside of the firebox and/or on the gas
logs. Make sure there is no yellow flame impingement on the logs which could result in excessive
carbon monoxide emissions and carboning.
The optional volcanic rock may be applied to the
hearth around the burner assembly.
Never place any other material on the burner.
WARNING
Failure to position the parts in accordance with
these diagrams or failure to use only parts specifically approved for use with this appliance may
result in property damage or personal injury.
The pressure is controlled by the regulator and should
be checked at the pressure test point located in the
control valve body. Access to the pressure test point is
obtained by removing all logs. (UVLX-M series only)
The pressure should be checked with the appliance
burning and the control set on ‘HIGH’.
The pressure regulator is preset and locked to avoid
tampering. If the pressure is not as specified, replace
the regulator. Refer to Replacement Parts.
After measuring the pressure, replace the test point
plug. Ensure there are no leaks, then place the logs in
their specified positions.
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UVLX18
UVLX30
UVLX24
LG376
LG380
LG378
Fig. 8 Positioning
LG376 logs on grate assembly.
UVLX18 logs
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Fireplace Screen
LG380
Control
Knob
UVLX30 Logs
To Wall Switch
LG378
The fireplace screen must be in place when the appliUVLX24 logs
ance is operating, and unless other provisions for com12/22/04 djt
bustion air are made, the screen must have openings
for the introduction of combustion air.
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ON
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1. Thread wire through the electrical knockout located
on either side of the fireplace. Do not cut the wire or
insulation on metal edges. Ensure that the wire is
protected. Run the other end to a conveniently-located
wall receptacle box.
2. Attach the wire to the switch and install the switch
into the receptacle box. Attach the cover plate to the
switch.
3. Connect the wiring to the gas valve. One wire connects to the ‘TP/TH’ terminal; the other attaches to the
‘TH’ terminal. (Fig. 10)
OFF
(RN and RP models only)
LO
T
PI
5. Remote wall switch
Piezo Ignitor
Hi/Lo Knob
751
valve wiring
Fig. 9 Connecting751/Honeywell
a wall switch
to the valve terminals.
968lUVHL
(UVLX-R Series only)
7/27/98
NOTE: If any of the original wire as supplied with the
appliance must be replaced, it must be replaced with a
wire of at least a 60°C temperature rating.
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Operating Instructions
The First Firing
On completing the gas line connection, a small amount
of air will be trapped in the gas line. When you first light
the unit with the pilot light, it will take a few minutes to
purge the trapped air. Once you have purged the gas
line, the pilot and burner will light and operate normally.
Subsequent lightings of the appliance will not require
purging the gas line.
When lit for the first time, the appliance will emit a slight
odor for an hour or two. This is due to paint and lubricants used in the manufacturing process curing under
heat. This is normal. You may wish to have the windows
open to dissipate any odors during the curing process.
Red Glow
Fig. 13 UVLX18 proper burner flame appearance.
LG377
UVLX18 log flames
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Control Knob
ON
O H
I
L
LG377
T
PI
LO
Red Glow
Hi/Lo Knob
OFF
Piezo Ignitor
HV101a
LG379
Fig. 14 UVLX24 proper burner flame appearance.
Fig. 10 Honeywell control valve.
HI
OFF
LG379
UVLX24
log fire
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PIL
O
T
LO
Piezo
Ignitor
FP1036
Red Glow
Fig. 11 EuroSIT control valve.
P I L OT
ON
O FF
FP1036
Eurosit Valve
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O FF
R Series
Thermopile
TH
HV101a
OT
Honeywell valve
PIL
UVL
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djt
HI
LG381
Fig. 15 UVLX30 proper burner flame appearance.
THTP
A
TP
OFF
LO
E
Thermocouple
FP1395
Fig. 12 SIT control valve.
Flame Appearance
To obtain proper operation, it is imperative that the
FP1395
pilot and main burner
flame characteristics are steady,
not lifting or floating.NOVA
Refer to Figure 13 -15 for proper
SIT valve
burner flame appearance.
Refer to Figure 16 for proper
RN/RP
pilot flame appearance.
M Series
Thermopile
LG381
UVLX30
log fire
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752
752/PyroM Pilot Flame
968/UVHL
7/27/98
P103
12
Fig. 16 Proper pilot flame.
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M series pilot flame
Lighting and Operating 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 heater has a pilot which must be lit manually.
When lighting the pilot follow these
instructions exactly.
B. BEFORE LIGHTING smell all around the heater
area for gas. Be sure to smell next to the floor
because some gas is heavier than air and will
settle on the floor.
WHAT TO DO IF YOU SMELL GAS
• Do not try to light any fireplace
• Do not touch any electric switch
• Do not use any phone in your building
• Immediately call your gas supplier from a neighbor’s phone. Follow the gas supplier’s instructions.
•
If you cannot reach your gas supplier, call the
Fire Department
C. Use only your hand to push in or turn the 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 service technician. Applying force or any
attempted repair may result in a fire or explosion.
D. Do not use this fireplace if any part has been under
water. Immediately call a qualified service technician to inspect the heater and to replace any part of
the control system and any gas control which has
been under water.
Lighting Instructions
1. STOP! Read the safety information above.
2. Turn off all electrical power to the fireplace.
3. For MN/MP/TN/TP appliances ONLY, go on to
Step 4. For RN/RP appliances turn the On/Off
switch to “OFF” position or set thermostat to
lowest level.
4. Open control access panel.
5. Push in gas control knob slightly and turn
clockwise
to “OFF”.
ON
OFF
3/8" - 1/2"
OFF
OFF
3 4 5
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PILOT
10. Push the control knob all the way in and hold.
Immediately light the pilot by repeatedly depressing the piezo spark ignitor until a flame appears.
Continue to hold the control knob in for about one
(1) minute after the pilot is lit. Release knob and it
will pop back up. Pilot should remain lit. If it goes
out, repeat steps 5 through 8.
SIT NOVA
Honeywell
6. Wait five (5) minutes to clear out any gas. Then
smell for gas, including near the floor. If you
smell gas, STOP!FP1067
Follow “B” in the safety information above. If you
doinstruction
not smell gas, go to the
lighting
knobs
next step.
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7. Remove glass door before lighting pilot. (See
Glass Frame Removal section).
8. Visibly locate pilot by the main burner.
9. Turn knob on gas control counterclockwise
to “PILOT”.
•
If knob does not pop up when released, stop
and immediately call your service technician or
gas supplier.
FP1068
•
If after several tries,Lighting
the pilot
will not stay lit,
instructions
turn the gas control knobPilots
to “OFF” and call your
service technician or gas supplier.
11. Replace glass door.
12. Turn gas control knob to “ON” position.
13. For RN/RP appliances turn the On/Off switch to
“ON” position or set thermostat to desired setting.
14. Turn on all electrical power to the fireplace.
To Turn Off Gas To Heater
1. Turn the On/Off switch to Off position or set the
thermostat to lowest setting.
2. Turn off all electric power to the fireplace if
service is to be performed.
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3. Open control access panel.
4. Push in gas control knob slightly and turn clockwise
to “OFF”. Do not force.
5. Close control access panel.
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Troubleshooting
START
Honeywell Valve (UVLX-R series)
CHECK
Gas supply on
NO
• Supply line hooked up
• Shutoff valve open
YES
Pilot lights with Piezo
NO
• Lockout has engaged. Wait 60 seconds
and try again
• Piezo screws are tight for good ground
• For spark at electrode while depressing
piezo - 1/8” gap to pilot hood needed
• All wiring connections
• Replace piezo ignitor
YES
Pilot stays lit
NO
YES
Pilot lights main
burner
NO
• For air in the lines
• Thermopile needs a minimum of 325mV
• All wiring connections
• Replace thermopile
• Thermocouple needs a minimum of 14mV
• Defective valve. turn to pilot, meter should
read greater than 100mV. If not, replace the
valve.
• Valve turned on
• Wall switch is not turned on
• Thermopile needs a minimum of 325mV
• Plugged burner
YES
System OK
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Troubleshooting
SIT 630 Eurosit Valve (‘M’ Series)
With proper installation and maintenance, your new Gas Appliance should provide years of trouble-free service. If you
do experience a problem, this guide will help a CERTIFIED SERVICE PERSON in the diagnosis of problems and the
corrective action to take.
SYMPTOM
1. Pilot will not light with
piezo ignitor or match.
POSSIBLE CAUSES
CORRECTIVE ACTION
A. Main shutoff valve closed.
1. Make sure that the shutoff valve located on the pipe
supplying gas to the fireplace is open.
1. Light a match, turn gas valve knob to ‘PILOT’ position
and depress. Keep match near pilot burner till it lights.
1. Replace the burner assembly.
B. Air in the gas line.
C. Pilot orifice plugged, not
letting gas flow.
2. Pilot will not stay lit
after carefully following the lighting
instructions.
D. No gas supply to the
fireplace.
1. Check plumbing to see if gas fireplace has been hooked
up to the gas supply line.
2. Propane tank is empty.
A. Defective thermocouple.
1. Replace burner assembly.
B. Thermocouple fitting not
tight in valve.
1. Carefully tighten the fitting.
C. Weak pilot flame.
1. The pilot flame must engulf the thermocouple. Clean
for maximum flame impingement on the thermocouple.
(Fig. 12)
1. Replace the burner assembly.
D. Defective valve.
3. No gas to main burner with pilot flame
burning and valve
turned to ‘High-Low’
range.
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E. Not enough oxygen in the
room. (Danger!)
1. Open the door and get fresh air at once!
A. Plugged main burner orifice.
1. Replace the burner assembly.
B. Defective valve.
1. Replace the burner assembly.
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Maintenance and Safeguards
Keep the control compartment, logs and burner area
around the logs clean by vacuuming or brushing
at least twice a year. At altitudes above 4,500 feet
(1370m) monthly cleaning is recommended.
THE LOGS CAN GET VERY HOT. HANDLE ONLY
WHEN COOL.
Always turn off gas to the pilot before cleaning. For
relighting, refer to the lighting instructions.
The appliance and venting system (if used) should be
inspected before initial use, and at least annually by a
qualified field service person.
Always keep the appliance area clear and free from
combustible materials, gasoline, and other flammable
vapors and liquids.
Never obstruct the flow of combustion and ventilation
air. Keep the front of the appliance clear of all obstacles
and materials.
Leave clearance of at least 36” from the front of the
fireplace.
Although your gas logs are very realistic in appearance,
the fireplace must not be used for burning any solid
fuels.
To avoid irreparable damage to the appliance or personal injury, matches, paper, garbage, or any other
material must not be placed or thrown on top of the
logs or into the flames.
To avoid personal injury, do not touch hot surfaces
when the appliance is operating. Touch only the valve
control knob. Avoid contact with the grate feet or
prongs, or any other part which may be very hot.
Always ensure that the fireplace screen is closed when
the appliance is operating.
Any safety screen or guard removed for servicing the
appliances must be replaced before operating the appliance.
Close supervision is necessary when the appliance is
being operated near children.
The appliance is intended for use as a gas heater
mounted in a vented or unvented fireplace as described
in the installation section of these instructions. It should
not be used for any other purpose.
Inspecting the Venting System
In extreme situations, carbon monoxide poisoning or
suffocation may occur.
Periodic examination and cleaning of the venting
system of the solid-fuel burning fireplace must be done
frequently by the home owner or a qualified agency.
UVLX System Maintenance
The UVLX burner and control system consists of:
• Chassis
• Gas Orifice
• Grate assembly
• UVLX18 - four (4) decorative logs
UVLX24 - five (5) decorative logs
UVLX30 - six (6) decorative logs
• Gas valve assembly
• Pressure regulator (UVLX18M, UVLX24M and
UVLX30M only)
Most of these components require only occasional
check-up and cleaning. Some may require adjustment.
If repair is needed, it should be performed by a qualified
technician.
In order to properly clean the burner and pilot assembly,
turn off the gas to the unit and remove the logs, exposing the burner and pilot assembly. Clean all foreign materials from the top of the burner. Check to make sure
that all burner parts are clean. Visually inspect the pilot.
Brush or blow away any dust or lint accumulations.
NOTE: The burner and pilot assembly should be
checked for any dust or lint at least every six months.
Replacement Parts
Contact the factory for questions about prices and policies covering replacement parts. Parts will be shipped
at prevailing prices. Normally, all parts can be ordered
through your CFM Corporation distributor or dealer.
When ordering replacement parts, always give the following information:
1. The model number of the appliance.
2. The part number
3. The description of the part. (See the Replacement Parts List on Page 17)
4. The installation date of the appliance.
If you need more information, beyond what the dealer
can furnish, contact CFM Corporation, 2695 Meadowvale Blvd, Mississauga, Ontario, Canada L5N 8A3,
Attention: Director of Technical Service
A vented fireplace venting system is designed and constructed to develop a positive flow adequate to remove
flue gasses to the outside atmosphere. See vented
fireplace installation instructions.
Any foreign objects in the venting system, except those
designed specifically for the venting system, may cause
spillage of the flue gases into the room.
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UVLX18
1
1c
UVLX241
UVLX30
1a
1c
1e
1b
1e
1a
1f
1e
1c
1d
1d
2
1b
1d
4
7
6a,b
c,d
8
5
3
12a,b
Piezo Ignitor
9a,b
20
11
LO
Screw
PILOT
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PI
HI
ON
F
OF
LO
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10
14a,b
16
15a,b
13a,b
22
17
21a,b
19
18a,b
CFM Corporation reserves the right to make changes in design, materials, specifications, prices and discontinue colors and products at any time,
without notice.
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UVLX18/24/30 Premium Vent Free Gas Logs
Ref.
1.
1a.
1b.
1c.
1d.
1e.
1f.
2a.
2b.
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Description
Complete Log Set
Back Log
Right Cross Log
Left Cross Log
Front Log
Middle Log
Middle Cross Log
3/8” Flare Tubing
3/8” Flare Tubing (M Series)
UVLX18
20008925
20008655
-20008653
20008654
20008652
-7060120
20004146
UVLX24
20008786
20008781
20008785
20008653
20008783
20008782
-7060120
20004146
UVLX30
20008886
20008876
20008880
20008653
20008878
20008877
20008879
7060120
-17
UVLX18/24/30 Premium Vent Free Gas Logs
Ref.
3.
4.
5.
6a.
6b.
6c.
6d.
7a.
7b.
8.
9a.
9b.
10.
11.
12a.
12b.
13a.
13b.
14a.
14b.
15a.
15b.
16.
17.
18a.
18b.
19.
20.
21a.
21b.
22.
18
Description
Volcanic Rock
Elbow Fitting 1/2” NPT (F) x 3/8” Flare
Damper Stop
or
Burner Supply Assembly - Main Orifice (RP)
Burner Supply Assembly - Main Orifice (RN)
Burner Supply Assembly - Main Orifice (MN)
Burner Supply Assembly - Main Orifice (MP)
Orifice Hood - Front (MP,RP)
Orifice Hood - Front (MN, RN)
Front Leg Assembly
Gas Valve - SIT - MN Series
Gas Valve - SIT - MP Series
Valve Cover - M Series (includes Piezo & Screw)
Piezo Ignitor - M Series & R Series - SIT Valve
Pilot Assembly - MN Series
Pilot Assembly - MP Series
Gas Valve - Honeywell - RP
Gas Valve - Honeywell - RN
Knob Extension (Hi/Lo) - Honeywell Valve
Knob Extension (HI/LO) - SIT Valve
Knob Extension (ON/OFF) - Honeywell Valve
Knob Extension (ON/OFF) - SIT Valve
Piezo Ignitor - R Series - Honeywell Valve
Piezo Extension (R Series only)
Pilot Assembly - RP
Pilot Assembly - RN
Ignitor Cable (M and R Series)
Access Panel Assembly
Gas Valve - SIT - RN
Gas Valve - SIT - RP
Pilot Tube Assy. (SIT)
UVLX18
20000198
7523184
7540310
3030176
20000120
20000119
20000121
20000122
20000134
20000130
3081122
20001354
20001355
51851
52464
20001356
20001357
10000242
10000235
20000006
55162
20000007
55163
20000062
20001427
55465
55464
20004419
3085109
55463
55462
10000150
(continued)
UVLX24
20000198
7523184
7540310
3030176
20000124
20000123
20000125
20000126
20000133
20000132
3081122
20001786
20001787
51851
52464
20001356
20001357
10000242
10000235
20000006
55162
20000007
55163
20000062
20001427
55465
55464
20004419
3081120
55463
55462
10000150
UVLX30
20000198
7523184
7540310
3030176
20001878
20001877
20001875
20001876
30000339
30000337
20001862
20001786
20001787
51851
52464
20001356
20001357
10000242
10000235
20000006
55162
20000007
55163
20000062
20001427
55465
55464
20004419
20001860
55463
55462
10000150
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Accessories
The following accessories are available from your Majestic Fireplaces Dealer. If you need additional information beyond what your dealer can supply, contact CFM Corporation, 2695 Meadowvale Blvd, Mississauga, Ontario, Canada
L5N 8A3, Attention: Technical Service.
Accessory
Description
Model Number
Required to protect wall above
fireplace and/or mantel in certain
applications.
AH3244BK (BLACK)
AH3244PB (POLISHED
BRASS)
AC100
AC100
FIREPLACE HOOD
3/29/99 DJT
Contact CFM Corporation with questions concerning
prices and policies covering replacement parts. Parts
may be ordered through your Majestic Fireplaces distributor or dealer.
You will need the following information when ordering
replacement parts:
• The appliance model number.
• The serial number.
• A description of the part.
Model and serial numbers are listed on the rating
plate (located on right side of combustion chamber).
Record your model and serial number here for
future reference.
Model #__________________________________
Serial # __________________________________
Should you need additional information beyond what
your dealer can furnish, contact:
CFM Corporation
2695 Meadowvale Blvd.
Mississauga, Ontario
Canada L5N 8A3
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LIMITED 2/20 YEAR WARRANTY
For MAJESTIC FIREPLACES® Vent-Free Gas Appliances
CFM Corporation (Company) extends the warranties specified
in paragraphs A and B below with respect to its MAJESTIC
FIREPLACES Decorative Gas Appliances (the “Gas Appliance”), including the CFM Corporation supplied accessories
and components referred to in those paragraphs, subject to the
following conditions and limitations:
(1) These warranties are extended only to the Gas Appliance
installed in the continental United States, including Alaska, and
Canada; only if and so long as the accordance with the installation and operating instructions furnished therewith; and only
if and so long as Gas Appliance is not removed from its original
installation.
(2) These warranties are limited to only the component parts
manufactured and supplied by CFM Corporation. The use of
components manufactured by others with the Gas Appliance
could create serious safety hazard, may result in the denial of
certification by recognized national safety agencies, and could
be in violation of local building codes.
(3) The Gas Appliance must be operated at all times in accordance with the operating instruction furnished therewith. The
Gas Appliance is designed to burn either natural or propane gas
only. Burning conventional fireplace fuels such as wood, coal, or
any other solid fuel will cause damage to the Gas Appliance, will
produce excessive temperatures and will result in a fire hazard.
(4) These warranties are limited to repair, replacement or
furnishing a replacement for sale, as specified in Paragraphs
A and B, for a part found to CFM Corporation satisfaction, after
examination, to be defective in materials or workmanship under
normal conditions, use and service.
(5) All obligations with respect to these warranties may be fully
discharged by CFM Corporation refunding the wholesale price
of a defective part.
(6) Except as otherwise expressly specified in Paragr aphs A
and B. NONE OF THESE WARRANTIES COVER, AND CFM
CORPORATION SHALL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE FOR, ANY
CONSTRUCTION, INSTALLATION, LABOR, TRANSPORTATION OR OTHER COSTS OR EXPENSES ARISING FROM
A DEFECTIVE PART, ITS REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT OR
OTHERWISE, NOR SHALL CFM CORPORATION IN ANY
EVENT BE RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL
OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES. EXCEPT TO THE EXTENT PROVIDED BY LAW, THERE ARE NO IMPLIED WARRANTIES WITH RESPECT TO THE GAS APPLIANCE, ITS
COMPONENTS AND ACCESSORIES (INCLUDING IMPLIED
WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR
A PARTICULAR PURPOSE), ALL OF WHICH ARE HEREBY
EXPRESSLY INCLUDED. IN NO EVENT SHALL ANY IMPLIED
WARRANTY PRESCRIBED BY LAW (NOTWITHSTANDING
THE FOREGOING EXPRESS EXCLUSION) REMAIN IN EFFECT AFTER EXPIRATIONS OF THE WARRANTIES SET
FORTH IN PARAGRAPHS A AND B.
A. Gas Appliances, electrical and manual compon ents,
glass panels, all sealants or adhesives and optional accessories (exclusive of CFM Corporation supplied decorative logs
which are covered by a separate warranty under paragraph B
below):
Within two years from the date of manufacture of the gas appliance, CFM Corporation will repair, or replace (at our option) a
defective part without charge.
B. CFM Corporation cement logs, fiber logs, or firebox liners:
Within two years from the date of manufacture of the gas appliance, CFM Corporation will replace a defective part without
charge. Within years three through twenty from the date of
manufacture of the gas appliance, CFM Corporation will provide
a replacement for a defective part to the homeowner, but assumes no liability for incurred labor cost.
The foregoing warranties gives you specific legal rights and you
may also have other rights which vary from state to state. Some
states do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty
may last, so the limitation specified above on the duration of
any implied warranty prescribed by law may not apply to you.
Similarly, some states do not permit the exclusion or limitation of
incidental or consequential damages, so the above exclusion of
such damages may not apply to you.
In order to obtain performance of any of the above warranty
obligations, write to CFM Corporation at this address:
CFM Corporation
2695 Meadowvale Blvd.
Mississauga, Ontario Canada L5N 8A3
Attention: Director of Warranty Services
Since local building requirements may vary greatly throughout
the country, users of CFM Corporation products should determine in advance whether there are any building code restrictions on the use of a specified product.
CFM CORPORATION MAKES NO REPRESENTATION OR
WARRANTY REGARDING, AND SHALL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE FOR, ANY BUILDING CODE COMPLIANCE.
The foregoing warranties give you specific legal rights and you may also
have other rights which vary from state to state.
CFM Corporation
2695 Meadowvale Blvd. • Mississauga, Ontario, Canada L5N 8A3
800-668-5323 • www.cfmcorp.com
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