Regency Liberty L965E Large Direct Vent Gas Fireplace Manual

Regency Liberty L965E Large Direct Vent Gas Fireplace Manual

Liberty® L965E / Horizon® HZ965E

Gas Fireplace

Owners &

Installation Manual

Liberty® L965E

Horizon® HZ965E

www.regency-fire.com

WARNING:

MODELS: L965E-NG 10 L965E-LP 10 HZ965E-NG 10 HZ965E-LP 10

FOR YOUR SAFETY

If the information in these instructions are not followed exactly,

What to do if you smell gas:

a fire or explosion may result causing property damage, Do not try to light any appliance

personal injury or loss of life.

FOR YOUR SAFETY

Do not store or use gasoline or other flammable vapors and

liquids in the vicinity of this or any other appliance.

Do not touch any electrical switch: do not use any phone in your

building.

Immediately call your gas supplier from a neighbour's phone. Follow

Installation and service must be performed by a qualified

the gas supplier's instructions.

If you cannot reach your gas

installer, service agency or the gas supplier.

Tested by:

supplier, call the fire department.

Installer: Please complete the details on the back cover and leave this manual with the homeowner.

Homeowner: Please keep these instructions for future reference.

919-503a FPI FIREPLACE PRODUCTS INTERNATIONAL LTD. 6988 Venture St., Delta, BC Canada, V4G 1H4

09.16.15

FOR SAFE INSTALLATION AND OPERATION OF YOUR “Regency” HEATER,

PLEASE CAREFULLY READ THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION:

• All Regency gas-fired appliances must be installed in accordance with their instructions. Carefully read all the instructions in this manual first. Consult the building authority having jurisdiction to determine the need for a permit prior to commencing the installation.

NOTE: Failure to follow these instructions could cause a malfunction of the fireplace, which could result in death, serious bodily injury, and/or property damage.

• Failure to follow these instructions may also void your fire insurance and/or warranty.

GENERAL

• Installation and repair should be done by a qualified service person. The appliance should be inspected before the first use and, at least, annually by a qualified service person. More frequent cleaning may be required due to excessive lint from carpeting, bedding material, etc. It is imperative the control compartments, burners and circulating air passageways of the appliance be kept clean.

• Due to high temperatures, the appliance should be located out of high traffic areas and away from furniture and draperies.

Children and adults should be alerted to the hazards of high surface temperatures and should stay away

to avoid burn or clothing ignition.

• Young children should be carefully supervised when they are in the same room as the appliance, Toddlers, young children and others may be susceptible to accidental contact burns. A physical barrier is recommended if there are at risk individuals in the house.

To restrict access to a fireplace or stove, install an adjustable safety gate to keep toddlers, young children and other at risk individuals out of the room and away from hot surfaces.

• Clothing or other flammable materials should not be placed on or near the appliance.

To prevent injury, if the pilot or pilot and burners

have gone out on their own, open the glass door and wait 5 minutes to air out before attempting to re-light

the fireplace.

• Always keep the area around these appliances clear of combustible material, gasoline and other flammable liquids and vapours.

• These appliances should not be used as a drying rack for clothing or for hanging Christmas stockings/ decorations.

• Due to the paint curing on the fireplace, a faint odor and slight smoking will likely be noticed when the fireplace is first used. Open a window until the smoking stops.

Always connect this gas fireplace to a vent system and vent to the outside of the building envelope. Never vent to another room or inside the building. Make sure the specified vent pipe is used, properly sized and of adequate height to provide sufficient draft. Inspect the venting system annually for blockage and signs of deterioration.

WARNING: Failure to position the parts in accordance

with the diagrams in this booklet, or failure to use only parts specifically approved with this appliance, may result in property damage or personal injury.

WARNING: Do not operate with the glass front removed,

cracked or broken. Replacement of the glass should be done by a licensed or qualified service person.

• Never use solid fuels such as wood, paper, cardboard, coal, or any flammable liquids, etc., in this appliance.

• Do not use this heater if any part has been under water. Immediately call a qualified service technician to inspect the heater and to replace any part of the control or gas control systems that have been under water.

• Do not abuse the glass by striking it or slamming the door shut.

FOR YOUR SAFETY

• Installation and service must be performed by a qualified installer, service agency or gas supplier.

• This installation must conform to local codes or, in the absence of local codes, to the current CAN/CSA-B149.1

Natural Gas and Propane Installation Code (Canada) or

National Fuel Gas Code ANSI Z223.1.2 (USA)

• To prevent injury, do not allow anyone who is unfamiliar with the fireplace to operate it.

Dimensions:

Rating Label Location:

Copy of the safety label

INSTALLATION

Introduction:

Non-Combustible Material Zone:

Framing:

Internal chase:

External chase:

Corner framing:

Framing for sidewalls and mantel:

Typical Framing - Raised Hearth:

Installation of Fireplace Facing:

Receiver installation

Allowable vent configurations:

Vent Termination Restrictions:

Approved Vent Parts:

Installation of Flue Restrictor:

TV Installation Above Unit:

Planning Your Installation:

Assembly of the Unit:

Securing unit into Position:

Installation Of Non-combustible Wall And Hearth Board:

Installation Of Venting And Terminations:

Horizontal Installation:

Vertical Termination Installation:

Heat Distribution Kit installation

Power vent Kit installation

Door Removal and Installation:

Gas Hook-Up:

Electrical Hook-Up:

LP Gas Conversion:

Glass Burner Removal/installation:

Glass Crystal installation :

Optional Spa Stones Installation

Reflective panel installation / Removal:

Brick panel installation / Removal:

Log Burner / Ember Bed removal / Installation

Log set installation:

Safety screen Installation

Finishing trim:

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START-UP & OPERATION

Normal Sounds During Operation:

Remote Control Operations:

Technical Data

System Description:

Wall Mounting The Receiver:

Operating Procedure:

Smart Thermostat (Transmitter Operation)

Remote Flame Control

Remote Actuated Accent Lights

Key lock

Low Battery Power Detection

Manual Bypass Of The Remote System

Split Valve Operation

Air Shutter Adjustment:

Diagnostic flash codes:

Wiring Harness

Air Intake:

Lighting Instruction Label:

Light Bulb Replacement

CLEANING / ANNUAL SERVICE

Cleaning The Glass:

Replacing Glass:

Burner & Firebox Cleaning:

TROUBLESHOOTING

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Appendix A - Optional Reduced Ceiling Height Installation 63

Warranty 66

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Liberty Gas

Inserts Benefits

Horizon Gas

Inserts Benefits

Liberty L965E Horizon HZ965E

DIRECT VENT ONLY: This type is identified by the prefix DV. This appliance draws all of its air for combustion from outside

the dwelling, through a specially designed vent pipe system.

This appliance has been tested and approved for installations from 0 feet to 4500 feet (1372 m) above sea level.

In the USA: The appliance may be installed at higher altitudes. Please refer to your American Gas Association guidelines

which state: the sea level rated input of Gas Designed Appliances installed at elevations above 2000 (610 m) feet is to be reduced 4% for each 1000 feet (305 m) above sea level. Refer also to National Fuel Gas Code, ANSI Z223.1/ NFPA 54, local authorities, or codes which have jurisdiction in your area regarding the de-rate guidelines.

In Canada: When the appliance is installed at elevations above 4500 feet (1372 m), the certified high altitude rating shall

be reduced at the rate of 4% for each additional 1000 feet (305 m). Refer also to CSA-B149.1 Natural Gas and Propane

Installation Code, local authorities, or codes which have jurisdiction in your area regarding the de-rate guidelines.

This appliance has been tested by INTERTEK TESTING SERVICES NA LTD. and found to comply with the established

VENTED GAS FIREPLACE HEATER standards in CANADA and the USA as follows:

VENTED GAS FIREPLACE HEATER (L965E/HZ965E; NG/LPG)

TESTED TO: ANSI Z21.88-2014/CSA 2.33-2014 VENTED GAS FIREPLACE HEATERS

CAN/CGA 2.17-M91 GAS FIRED APPLIANCES FOR HIGH ALTITUDES

CSA P.4.1-02 TESTING METHOD FOR MEASURING ANNUAL FIREPLACE EFFICIENCY

This Regency L965E/HZ965E Fireplace:

• Has been certified for use with either natural or propane gases. (See rating label.)

• Is not for use with solid fuels.

• Is approved for bedroom or bed sitting room. (IN CANADA: must be installed with a listed wall thermostat. IN USA: see current ANSI Z223.1 for installation instructions.)

• Must be installed in accordance with local codes. If none exist, use current installation code CAN/

CSA-B149.1 Natural Gas and Propane Installation Code (Canada in Canada or ANSI Z223.1/NFPA

54 in the USA.

• Must be properly connected to an approved venting system and not connected to a chimney flue serving a separate solid-fuel burning appliance.

• The flow of combustion and ventilation air not be obstructed.

IMPORTANT NOTICE (Regarding first fire up):

When the unit is turned on for the first time, it should be turned onto high without the fan on for the first 4 hours. This will cure the paint, logs, gasket material and other products used in the manufacturing process. It is advisable to open a window or door, as the unit will start to smoke and can irritate some people. After the unit has gone through the first burn, turn the unit off including the pilot, let the unit get cold then remove the glass door and clean it with a good gas fireplace glass cleaner, available at your local Regency dealer.

DIMENSIONS:

Figure 1. Dimensions of the Firebox.

RATING LABEL LOCATION:

The Rating and Lighting instruction label is located below the door frame, underneath the firebox attached to a chain. To access the label, slide the plate forward out from under the firebox. Always return it when finished.

ELECTRICAL HOOK-UP:

An electrical junction box is provided and fastened to the right side of the fireplace. Power needs to be brought to the electrical junction box. The power for the various control components are all provided from the fan control module. Install the provided electric outlet and cover and plug the the fan control module into it. See the Rating Label for the listed electrical requirements.

When installed, the L965E/HZ965E, must be electrically grounded in accordance with local codes or, in the absence of local codes, with the National Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA 70, or the Canadian Electrical Code, CSA C22.1.

See Page 39.

Figure 2. Rating/Lighting Label Location.

COPY OF THE SAFETY LABEL

919-087

DO NOT REMOVE THIS LABEL / N'ENLEVEZ PAS CETTE ETIQUETTE

WH-

VENTED GAS FIREPLACE HEATER ENVIRO MODEL:

FOYER AU GAZ A EVACUATION MODELE ENVIRO:

16354

NAT: (Natural Gas) LPG (Propane)

Certified for use in Canada & USA

Certifié pour installation au

Canada et aux Etats-Unis.

TESTED TO / TESTÉE SELON LES NORMES:

ANSI Z21.88-2009/CSA 2.33-2009 VENTED GAS FIREPLACE HEATERS / FOYER AU GAZ EVACUATION; CAN/CGA

2.17-M91 GAS FIRED APPLIANCES FOR HIGH ALTITUDES / LES APPAREILS BRULANT GAZ POUR UTILISATION

EN HAUTES ALTITUDES; Can/CSA P.4.1-02 (R2006) TESTING METHOD FOR MEASURING ANNUAL FIREPLACE

EFFICIENCY / LA METHODE D'ESSAI POUR MESURER L'EFFICACITE DE CHEMINEE ANNUELLE.

INPUT (ENTRÉE): NAT: 0-4500 FT (1372 M)

MAX: 48,000 BTU

(14.07 KW•h)

MIN: 16,000 BTU

(4.68 KW•h)

MANIFOLD PRESSURE (PRESSION D’ADMISSION):

LPG: 0-4500 FT (1372 M)

MAX: 48,000 BTU

(14.07 KW•h)

MIN: 17,000 BTU

(4.98 KW•h)

NAT: 3.5 in. WC (0.87kPa) / 1.6 in. WC (0.40kPa) LPG: 10 in. WC (2.48kPa) / 6.4 in. WC (1.59kPa)

MINIMUM GAS SUPPLY PRESSURE: (PRESSION MINIMALE D'ALIMENTATION DE GAZ PERMISE)

NAT: 5 in. Wc (1.24kPa)

ORIFICE SIZE: (DIMENSIONS DE L

’ORIFICE)

LPG: 12 in. Wc (2.98kPa)

NAT: Left # 45 DMS, Right # 41 DMS LPG: Left # 55 DMS, Right # 53 DMS

PILOT ORIFICE SIZE: (DIMENSIONS DE PILOTER L

’ORIFICE)

NAT: # 62 DMS LPG: Left # 35 DMS

ELECTRICAL RATING:(EXIGENCES ÉLECTRIQUES) Fan type circulator (Ventilateur circulaire): 120V AC 60hz/ Less than 7Amp

CLEARANCES TO COMBUSTIBLES: (DISTANCE OBLIGATOIRE DES COMBUSTIBLES)

Stove side (Côté de poêle): 4 inches (10.2cm), Back (Arriére): 4 inches (10.2cm), Ceiling from bottom of unit (Du fond d'unité au Plafond):

80” inches (203.2cm), From fireplace frame to side wall (Du frome de la cheminée au mur latéral): 10"

(25.5 cm), From base of the unit to shelf, header, or 12" (30.5cm) mantel (De la base de l'unité à une étagère, un en-tête, ou un 12" manteau de cheminée): 52.25" (133cm)

VENT PIPE CLEARANCES:(ESPACES LIBRES DE VENTILATION) See manufacturer’s listing, label and installation instructions. Verifeez l’identifaction, l’etiquette et les instructionsd’installation du fabricant. This appliance must be properly connected to a venting system in accordance with the manufacturer's installation instructions. Cet appareil doit être convenablement connecté à un système donner vent conformément aux instructions d'installation du fabricant.

VENTED GAS FIREPLACE HEATER - NOT FOR USE WITH SOLID FUELS.

MAY BE INSTALLED IN

BEDROOM OR BEDSITTING ROOM (IN CANADA with a listed wall thermostat). THIS APPLIANCE MUST BE PROPERLY

CONNECTED TO A VENTING SYSTEM IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE MANUFACTURER'S INSTALLATION

INSTRUCTIONS. FOR DIRECT DISCHARGE WITHOUT DUCT CONNECTION. This appliance must be installed as per manufacturers installation instructions and in accordance with local codes if any. If none exist, use current installation code

CAN/CSA B149.1 in Canada or ANSI Z223.1/NFPA 54 in the USA. This vented gas fireplace is not for use with air filters.

FOR USE WITH GLASS DOORS CERTIFIED WITH THE APPLIANCE ONLY. This appliance is only for use with the type(s) of gas indicated on the rating plate. A conversion kit is available for this appliance. This appliance is not convertible for use with other gases, unless a certified kit is used.

Sections of the venting system have not been installed.

WARNING: Do not operate the appliance until all sections have been assembled and installed in accordance with the manufacturers instructions.

FOYER AU GAZ A EVACUATION - NE PAS EMPLOYER AVEC DES COMBUSTIBLES SOLIDES.

Cet appareil peut être installé dans une chambre à coucher ou un studio. Cet appareil doit être branché correctement à un système de conduits. Uniquement pour l'échappement direct sans raccord de conduit.Cet appareil doit être installé selon les directives d'installation du manufacturier et selon les codes locaux, s'il y a lieu. Autrement, employez le code d'installation en vigueur au Canada CAN/CSA B149.1. Ne pas utilliser de filtre a air avec ce foyer au gaz a evacuation. POUR L'USAGE

AVEC PORTES VITREES A CERTIFIE AVEC L'APPAREIL SEULEMENT. Cet apperareil doit etre utilise uniquement avec le type de gaz indique sur la plaque. Cet appareil ne peut etre converti a d’autres gaz sauf si une trouse de conversion certifee est utilisee.

ADVERTISSEMENT: Ne pas utiliser l’appareil tant que toutes les sections n’ont pas ete assemblees et installees selon les instructions du fabricant.

MOBILE HOME: May be installed in an aftermarket, permanently located, manufactured home (USA only) or mobile home, where not prohibited by local codes. See owner's manual for details. This appliance must be installed in accordance with the current Standard for Mobile Homes, CAN/CSA Z240, or the Manufactured Home Construction and Safety Standard, Title 24

CFR, Part 3280, or when such standard is not applicable, the current Standard for Fire Safety Criteria for Manufactured

Home Installations, sites, and Communitties, ANSI/NFPA 501A.

LA MAISON MOBILE :

Peut être installé dans une maison mobile. Cet appareil doit être installé conformement aux Normes actuelles pour Maisons Mobiles, le BOITE/CSA Z240, ou les Normes de Construction et de Sureté des Maisons Pré-fabriquées (Titre 24 CFR, la

Partie 3280). Quand ces Normes ne sont pas en vigueur, il faut suivre les criteres pour la sureté (contre les increndies) et pour la construction des Maisons Pré-fabriquées, leurs sites, ANSI/NFPA 501A, et des communautées aux Instructions du manufacturier.

MANUFACTURED BY (FABRIQUE PAR) : SHERWOOD INDUSTRIES LTD. 6782 OLDFIELD RD. SAANICHTON, BC, CANADA

CAUTION: Hot while in operation. Do not touch. Keep children, clothing, furniture, or gasoline and other liquids having flammable vapors away. ATTENTION: Très chaud quand allumé. Ne touchez pas, les brûlures sévères peuvent résulter.

Tenez loin des enfants, des vêtements, des meubles,de

l’essence ou d’autres fluides produisant des vapeurs inflammables.

DATE OF MANUFACTURE: DATE DE FABRICATION:

J F M A M J J A S O N D 2012 2013 2014 2015

PLANNING YOUR INSTALLATION

INTRODUCTION:

This section of the technical manual is for the use of qualified technicians only. Fireplace placement, hearths, facings, mantles, and venting terminations will be covered, as well as the gas and electric systems. There are several installation safety guidelines that must be adhered to. Please carefully read the safety precautions at the front of this manual.

Warning: Clearances must be sufficient to allow access for maintenance and service.

If installing a Power Vent Kit (706-922) or a Heat Distribution Kit (706-921), refer to the instructions included with the kits to aid in your planning.

NON-COMBUSTIBLE MATERIAL ZONE:

This installation guide will show you many options for installing your new L965E/HZ965E Some options include external chases, internal chases, rock facing and corner installations. No matter what direction your installation takes, this illustration shows an area where no combustible building products may go. This illustration applies to any and all installations for the L965E /HZ965E and should be used as the first reference before any others. Failure to comply with this requirement can lead to elevated operating temperatures, degradation of materials or even result in fire. If you are unclear about any details contained here, consult with your retailer prior to installation.

24"

(610mm)

11 "

(279mm)

27-3/4"

(705mm)

**52-5/16"

(1329mm)

Figure 4. Non-Combustible Material Zone.

When Installing a TV above the unit.

FRAMING:

INTERNAL CHASE:

63"

(1600mm) to centerline

Figure 5. Typical Framing for Internal Chase - General.

24"

(610mm)

Min. Chase Depth

NOTE:

Framing chase depth is 26-

1/2” when using the heat distribution kit.

Internal ceiling clearance is

90” when using the heat distribution kit.

44-3/4"

(1137mm)

Minimum

52-5/16"

(1329mm)

Minimum

52-5/16"

(1329mm)

To Header

Figure 6. Typical Framing for Internal Chase - Detailed.

EXTERNAL CHASE:

Non-Combustible Facing and Hearth Protector

Dimensions:

Facing (supplied)

1 T op = 46” x 19”

2 Sides = 32-15/16 x 4-

9/16”

Hearth Protector (supplied)

46” x 12”

NOTE: No hearth is required if the unit is raised a minim um of 18” off the floor.

Hearth Protector

Figure 7. Typical Framing for External Chase - General.

24"

(610mm)

Min. Chase Depth

44-3/4"

(1137mm)

Minimum

63"

(1600mm) to centerline

52-5/16"

(1329mm)

To Header

Figure 8. Typical Framing for External Chase - Detailed.

CORNER FRAMING:

Figure 9. Typical Framing for Corner - General.

44-3/4"

(1137mm)

Minimum

5

2-5/16"(1329mm)

Minimum to

Header/Shelf

Height from Base of

Unit

Figure 10. Typical Framing for Corner - Detailed.

FRAMING FOR SIDEWALLS AND MANTEL:

Figure 11. Mantel Clearances

The mantel

’s maximum overhang is 10” (254mm) at the minimum height of

52¼” (1327mm) measured from the base of the fireplace.

The mantel can extend

1” (25.4mm) further for every

1” (25.4mm) of height it is installed over the minimum height, as shown in Figure 12.

Non-combustible mantels and mantel legs are not limited to these dimensions.

Mantel temperatures are monitored during testing and can reach 117°F (47°C) above room temperatures. Make sure the finish on your mantel is suitable for temperatures of this range.

A wood trim can overhang a maximum of

1-

1/4”deep and 14-1/2” in height from the top of the unit as shown in figures 11 and 12.

44-3/4"(1 137mm )

Minimum

Framing Width

51-3/4" (1314mm)

Minimum

Fireplace Base to

Combustible Mantel

Figure 12. Typical Framing for Sidewalls & Mantel - Detailed.

TYPICAL FRAMING - RAISED HEARTH:

Warning: Failure to follow these guidelines may result in elevated operating temperatures, an inability to remove or install the door.

A non-combustible Hearth Insulation Board is required to be installed between any non-combustible hearth covering and any combustible floor- ing beneath.

The design of the unit is such that the fireplace must be raised by the same distance as any additional hearth covering or riser that are added in front of the fireplace.

Figure 14 shows a raised hearth made of a wooden construction hearth riser (B), covered with the insu- lation board provided and then covered with non- combustible slate (A). The thickness of the riser (B) is

4” (102mm). The thickness of the slate (A) is 2”

(52mm). A+B=C which is

6” (152mm). In summary, the fireplace must be raised by the same thickness of any material added in front of the fireplace.

If the raised hearth is deeper or wider than the

Insulation Board provided with the unit, additional non-combustible materials such as Backer Board

(cement board) can be used to build up to the same thickness as the Insulation Board.

All header, ceiling or shelf dimensions are measured from the floor that the fireplace sits on. Failure to maintain minimum installation dimensions can lead to elevated temperatures, fire or personal injury.

For optional Reduced Ceiling Height installations, see Appendix A.

Figure 13. Typical Framing for a Raised Hearth - General.

The insulation board supplied with this unit is

46”width x 12” depth x 1/2” thick.

Any additional material such as marble must be the same width and depth as the insulation board.

Non-combustible

Hearth Pad

5

2-5/16"(1329mm)

Minimum to

Combustible

Header Height from Base of Unit

Figure 15. Fireplace Section for a Raised

Hearth - WARNING.

Figure 14. Typical Framing for a Raised Hearth - Detailed.

INSTALLATION OF FIREPLACE FACING:

Non-Combustible

Facing (Supplied)

Mantel

Stone Facing

Standard

Wall Board

Hearth

Fireplace

Door

Figure 16. Typical Facing for the Fireplace - General.

There are three (3) options for installing facing to your fireplace installation. Care must be taken to ensure proper clearances are maintained.

Failure to maintain this clearance will lead to elevated operating temperatures and possible discoloration of materials.

Three (3) possible installations include:

1) For fireplace facing less than

1” thick (total facing and non-combustible board combined) with an optional front installed.

2) For fireplace facing g reater than 1” thick with an optional front installed.

3) For any fireplace facing without an optional front installed.

Figures 17 to 19 highlight the relationships between the fireplace, optional front, and facing installed.

Fireplace Door

Non-Combustible

Board (Supplied)

5 /

8

” (16mm)

Minimum Air Gap

1 /

2

” (13mm)

1 /

2

” (13mm)

Tile or other non-combustible facing including grout or cem

Optional Fronts

Figure 17. Option 1 - Fireplace Facing Less

Than 1” (25.4mm) Thick.

NOTE: REQ

UIRES 5/8”(16mm)_AIR GAP

Fireplace Door

Optional Edging

(Supplied)

Non-Combustible

Board

(Supplied)

1 /

2

” (13mm)

Optional Fronts

3 /

4

” (19mm)

Minimum Air Gap

Tile or other non-combustible

facing including grout or cement

Figure 18. Option 2 - Fireplace Facing More

Than 1” (25.4mm) Thick With Optional Front

Installed.

NOTE: REQUIRES

3/4”(19mm) AIR GAP

Fireplace Door

Non-Combustible

Board (Supplied)

1 /

2

” (13mm)

Any Thickness

Tile or other non-combustible

facing including grout or cement

Figure 19. Option 3 - Any Fireplace Facing

Without Optional Front Installed.

RECEIVER INSTALLATION

Wall Stud

Electrical Box

(Supplied)

Receiver Cover

Receiver

Figure 22. Receiver Installation.

The Receiver is the heart of the remote control system. You need to access this receiver after installation to change the batteries (for operation during a power failure), to program a new remote / receiver combination and to operate a manual override should you lose your remote control or the batteries in the remote control lose their power.

The Receiver is connected to the fireplace with a wire harness that has a maximum length of 8 ft (2.4m). The connection point on the fireplace is on the right side of the unit, where the gas valve and electronic ignition module is located. Because of the 8 ft (2.4m) limitation in the wiring harness, the receiver needs to be mounted to the right side of the fireplace. An electrical box is provided for the receiver. Mount this electrical box as you would any electrical outlet or switch box. Thread the cable and connector through the back of the electrical box and connect it to the rear of the receiver. Secure the receiver into the electrical box. Once the facing of the fireplace installation is complete, install the receiver cover, supplied with the unit as shown. The receiver cover also functions as a switch plate and allows for access to the program button, critical for remote control operation.

Review the section in this manual regarding the remote control operations for more information on the functions of the receiver.

ALLOWABLE VENT CONFIGURATIONS:

The vent chart, in Figure 23, illustrates the vent configurations that have been tested and approved for use with this appliance.

45˚ elbows are acceptable for this installation and ma y be used instead of 90˚ elbows. You may use two (2) 45˚ elbows for every 90˚ elbow shown in this chart.

This appliance is also approved for use with

5” x 8” flex venting. Only use flexible venting that is approved for this appliance. Flex vent runs must comply with the same limitations as the rigid vent chart shown here. Flexible vent runs greater than

10’ total are not permitted. When using the flexible vent system, part #

946-601

5” x 8” flex pipe adaptor must be used to adapt from rigid venting to flex venting. This must be attached to the appliance prior to attaching flex venting.

The restrictor settings shown in Figure 23, are recommended. Installation factors such as altitude, prevailing weather conditions such as temperature or wind, or the number of elbows used may affect your final restrictor settings. Insufficient restriction may cause pilot outages or reduced efficiencies. Too much restriction may lead to elevated operating temperatures, poor flame appearances, sooting or carbon deposits building up on burner effects or window glass.

Only use the restrictors supplied with this appliance.

Table 1: Vent Restrictor Sizes.

%

Restriction

Ø of Flue

Restrictor

40’ (12.19m)

* Horizontal Vent Sections rise

1

/

4

”/ft (21mm/m) *

40%

3.878”

(98.5mm)

50%

35’ (10.67m)

3.540”

(89.9mm)

60%

30’ (9.14m)

3.166”

(80.4mm)

70%

2.742”

(69.6mm)

25’ (7.62m)

80%

2.239”

(56.9mm)

20’ (6.10m)

15’ (4.57m)

9’6” (2.90m)

5’3” (1.60m)

Figure 23. Allowable Vent Configurations Chart.

VENT TERMINATION RESTRICTIONS:

NOT FOR POWER VENT SYSTEM - IF USING POWER VENT - SEE PAGE 37.

Letter

A

E

F

G

H

D E

B

C

D

I

J

K

L

M

N

L

B

O

F

C

Fixed

Closed

Openable

B

Openable

A

B

Fixed

Closed

J

H

G

M

B

Termination Cap

Air Supply Inlet G Gas Meter

I

Restriction Zone

(Termination not allowed)

Figure 24. Vent Termination Restrictions, refer to Table 2.

O

K

N

G

A

Table 2: Vent termination clearances, refer to Figure 24.

Canadian Installation

1

US Installation

2

Description

12 in (30 cm)

12 in (30 cm)

12 in (30 cm)*

9 in (23 cm)

Clearance above grade, verandah, porch, deck, or balcony.

Clearance from window or door that may be opened.

Clearance from permanently closed window (to prevent condensation).

6 ft (1.83 m)

19¼ in (49 cm)

17¼ in (44 cm)

3 ft (91 cm) within a height of 15 ft (4.5 m) above the meter/regulator assembly

3 ft (91 cm) within a height of

15 ft (4.5 m) above the meter/ regulator assembly*

3 ft (91 cm)

12 in (30 cm)

19¼ in (49 cm)

17¼ in (44 cm)*

3 ft (91 cm)*

9 in (23 cm)

Vertical clearance to ventilated soffit located above the terminal, within a horizontal distance of 2 ft (60 cm) from center line of terminal.

Clearance to unventilated soffit.

Clearance to outside corner.

Clearance to inside corner.

Clearance to each side of center line extended above meter/regulator assembly.

Radial clearance around service regulator vent outlet.

Clearance to non-mechanical air supply inlet to building, or the combustion air inlet to any other appliance.

Clearance to mechanical air supply inlet.

7 ft (2.13 m

)t

3 ft (91 cm) above if within 10 ft (3 m) horizontally

7 ft (2.13 m)*t

19¼ in (49 cm)

12 in (30 cm)*

12 in (30 cm)

+

Clearance above paved sidewalk or paved driveway located on public property.

Clearance under verandah, porch, deck, or balcony.

Clearance horizontally to any surface (such as an exte- rior wall) for vertical terminations.

Clearance above roof line for vertical terminations.

1 In accordance with the current CSA B149, Natural Gas and Propane Installation Code.

2 In accordance with the current ANSI Z223.1 NFPA 54, National Fuel Gas Code.

* These numbers are only estimates. Clearance in accordance with installation codes and the requirements of the gas supplier. t

+

A vent shall not terminate directly above a side walk or paved driveway that is located between two single family dwellings and it serves both dwellings.

Permitted only if verandah, porch, deck, or balcony is fully open on a minimum of two sides beneath the floor.

NOTE: Venting terminals shall not be recessed into walls or siding.

16

APPROVED VENT PARTS:

Table 3: Vent part numbers (Must state if galvanized or black wanted, PART NUMBERS).

Part Description

Simpson

Duravent

Security Chim.

American

Metal

Selkirk Int. Metal-Fab

6” Pipe Length

9” Pipe Length

12” Pipe Length

24” Pipe Length

58DVA-06

58DVA-09

58DVA-12

58DVA-24

SV5L6

SV5L12

SV5L24

5D7

5D12

5D2

5DT-06

5DT-09

5DT-12

5DT-24

5D6

5D12

5D24

58DVA-36 SV5L36 5D3 5DT-36 5D36

36” Pipe Length

48” Pipe Length

60” Pipe Length

8

½” Pipe Extension

58DVA-48 SV5L48

58DVA-60

58DVA-08A

SV5LA12(12”)

5D4

5D7A

5D12A

5DT-48

5DT-AJ12

5D48

5DAL

16” Pipe Extension

58DVA-16A

SV5LA24(24”)

5D16A

5D26A

Flexib le Length, 36”

12” Adjustable Length

45° Elbow 58DVA-E45 SV5E45 5D45L 5DT-EL45 5D45L

90° Elbow

Roof Flashing

58DVA-E90

58DVA-F6

SV5E90

SV5F /

SV5FA / SV5FB

5D90L

5DF12

5DT-EL90

5DT-AF6

5DT-AF12

5D90L

5DF

EXCELDirect

TC-5DL6

TC-5DL1

TC-5DL2

TC-5DL4

TC-5DLF

TC-5DLT

TE-5DE45

TE-5DE90

XF-6EF / XF-6EFA

/XF-6EFB

Storm Collar

Ceiling Firestop

Wall Firestop

58DVA-SC

58DVA-FS

58DVA-WFS

Wall Thimble

Horiz. Square

Termination

Horiz. Round Termination

Horizontal Sconce

Termination

Vert. Termination, High

Wind

58DVA-WT

58DVA-HC-*

58DVA-VCH

SV5FC

SV5BF

SV5RMS

SV5CHC

SV5CGV

5DSC

5DFSP

5DWT

5DHCS

5DHC

5DVC

5DT-SC

5DT-FS

5DT-WT

5DT-HC

5DT-VT

5DSC

5DFS

5DWT

5DHT

5DVT

TM-SC

TM-5CS

TM-5WT

TM-5HT/TM-5DHT

Vinyl Siding Standoff

Flex Venting

5” and 8”

58DVA-VSS

Duraflex

SV5VS 5DHVS 5DT-VS 5DVS TM-VSS

*Several color choices

IMPORTANT: This chart covers the major components for each of these manufacturers only. Refer to the manuf acturers’ catalogue for further details on roof flashings and other installation items

The L965E/HZ965E fireplace has been tested and certified for use with AMERICAN METAL PR

ODUCTS “AMERIVENT DIRECT”, SIMPSON

DURAVENT TYPE GS PIPE FOR GAS STOVES. SECURITY

CHIMNEY’S “SECURE VENT DIRECT VENT SYSTEM”, SELKIRK “DIRECT-

TEMP VENT

SYSTEM”, and EXCELDIRECT “ICC“ kits are available for horizontal and vertical venting. When planning an installation, it will be necessary to select the proper length of vent pipe for the particular requirements.

WARNING: Do not mix parts from different vent manuf acturers’ systems.

EXCEPTION TO WARNING: This product has been evaluated by Intertek for using a Direct Vent GS starting collar in conjunction with Secure

Vent, Direct-Temp, and Ameri Vent Direct venting systems. Use of these systems with the Direct Vent GS starting collar is deemed acceptable and does not affect the Intertek WH listing of the appliance.

Manufacturer

American Metal Products

Security Chimneys International LTD

Selkirk Metalbestos

Simpson Dura-Vent

EXCELDirect

Table 4: Approved Vent Manufacturers

Trade Name

AmeriVent Direct

Secure Vent

Direct-Temp

Direct Vent GS

ICC

Nominal Sizes

5” x 8”

5” x 8”

5” x 8”

5” x 8”

5” x 8”

INSTALLATION OF FLUE RESTRICTOR:

Figure 25: Installation of Flue Restrictor.

6) Re-install the Light Covers, Firebox Liners, Burners and log sets and the Glass Door.

7) Run the unit for ½ hour to check for proper operations and flame appearance.

Flue Restrictors are necessary to keep the fireplace running at its intended efficiency. They are also required to counteract the effect that taller vertical vent runs may have on the appliance.

The additional venting action that tall vertical vent systems may have can result in poor pilot and/ or burner operations and possibly nuisance shut downs. Generally, the vent restriction may be less than what is shown in the vent chart, but not greater.

The vent restrictor size is shown in percentages, meaning that a 40% restrictor restricts the vent

40% from its fully un-restricted vent size.

1) Remove the Glass Door; refer to D oor r emoval anD

I nstallatIon

.

2) Remove the Burner and/or Log Set; refer to B urner r emoval anD

I nstallatIon

.

3) Remove the Reflective or Brick Panels; refer to r eflectIve or

B rIck

P anel

I nstallatIon

.

4) Refer to the Vent Chart (Figure 23) for selection of the appropriate Restrictor.

5) Using the two (2)

¼” T-20 screws provided with the restrictor, fasten the Restrictor into the Flue

Outlet as shown in Figures 25 & 26. Make sure the diagonal holes line up with the diagonal holes located in the Flue Outlet Box Use a powered driver to drive the screw in. Be careful not to over-torque the screw and strip the threads.

Figure 26: Installation of Flue Restrictor -

Close-Up.

TV INSTALLATION ABOVE UNIT:

During the development of the L965E/HZ965E, we took into consideration that in some installations TV

’s or flat panel monitors may be located above the mantel. Although we can not anticipate every possible installation variable, we took time to evaluate the suitability of the installation of a TV or Plasma display above the mantel. We carried out testing to evaluate what possible operating temperatures that may be experienced when the appliance was installed in an internal chase. A mantel was installed with the maximum overhang at the minimum allowable installation height, with a full

13” (330mm) shelf installed over the unit (see section n on

-c omBustIBle m aterIal

Z one

).

The area above the mantel, within 4 inches (102mm) of the wall was measured under maximum operating conditions and found to not exceed 120°F (49°C).

Variations of mantel overhangs, shelf depths or ceiling heights will affect this temperature. Please refer the TV owner

’s manual for information on acceptable operating conditions. Care must be taken to evaluate your specific installation and operating conditions when deciding to install electronic equipment above or near this appliance when it is in operation. Always consult your TVs owner

’s manual to ensure that this application is an approved installation.

SEE NOTE BELOW

Figure 27: Installation of TV Above the Unit.

IMPORTANT:

Temperature acceptance levels in TV

’s vary greatly. Before installing any electronic appliance above this fireplace, first verify temperature requirements from the TV manufacturer. See temperatures above for guidance. Regency will not be responsible for heat damage to electronic appliances.

QUALIFIED INSTALLERS ONLY

PLANNING YOUR INSTALLATION:

Prior to starting your venting installation, refer to the section on Allowable Vent Configurations to make sure your plans fall into the allowable limits of horizontal and vertical installations.

When planning your installation, it will be necessary to select the proper length of vent pipe for your particular requirements. For horizontal installations, refer to the section on Clearances to Combustibles to determine the minimum clearance from the rear of the appliance to the wall. It is also important to note the wall thickness. Select the amount of vertical rise desired for

“vertical-to- horizontal” type installations. To determine the length of vent pipe required for vertical installations, measure the distance from the appliance flue outlet to the ceiling, the ceiling thickness, the vertical rise in an attic or second story, and allow for sufficient vent height above the roofline. For two-story applications, firestops are required at each floor level. If an offset is needed in the attic, additional pipe and elbows will be required.

ASSEMBLY OF THE UNIT:

1. Using eight (8) T-20 screws provided, install the facing supports right and left as well as the heat shield in the middle, as shown in Figure 28.

2. Using eight (8) T20 screws provided, attach both back stand-offs, as shown in Figure 29.

Figure 28: Installation of Supports & Heat

shield.

SECURING UNIT INTO POSITION:

Once the unit is in its final position, confirm that you have access to power, gas supply, that your non-combustible zone requirements are met, that you meet all the minimum vent requirements, and that your planned vent terminal location will meet all of the vent termination clearances. Secure the unit to the floor, with at least four

(4) wood screws, two (2) on either side of the unit

’s bottom nailing flange. Secure the side stand-offs to the framing members using four (4) wood screws, one (1) for each stand-off and to the header, one (1) wood screw for each facing support.

Figure 29: Installation of Back Stand-Offs.

Drywall Supports (x2)

Floor Nailing Flanges (on both sides)

Figure 30: Securing the Unit.

Side

Stand-Offs

(x4)

QUALIFIED INSTALLERS ONLY

INSTALLATION OF NON-COMBUSTIBLE WALL AND HEARTH BOARD:

Install the non-combustible wall board and hearth protector provided with the unit. The side boards are interchangeable and are secured with facing screws

(¾” screws provided), three (3) to each side of the unit and three (3) to each side frame member. The top board is secured with three (3) facing screws along the top frame (header), three (3) along the top nailing flange of the unit and two

(2) on each vertical frame member. Also secure the top wall board to the heat shield behind it with two (2) screws and each facing support upright with two (2) screws. See the section on hearth installation for installing the hearth protector, required with the installation of this unit. All the screws required to attach the wall board sides and top to the unit have corresponding holes already located on the units nailing flanges, facing supports and heat shield.

INSTALLATION OF VENTING AND TERMINATIONS:

Read all instructions carefully before starting the installation. Failure to follow these instructions may create a fire or other safety hazard, and will void the warranty.

INSTALLATION PRECAUTIONS:

• Do not install any damaged venting or vent components.

• Do not modify any vent or termination component.

• Do not install any vent component that is not an approved vent component for this appliance.

• Do not use any instructions other that those included in this manual or those included by the vent component manufacturer with the venting. When there are discrepancies between the two, this manual will be considered the final authority.

Consult your local building codes before beginning the installation.

Non-Combustible

Hearth Protection

Figure 31: Installation of Wall & Hearth Board.

Vertical Termination

Storm Collar

Roof Flashing

Fire Stop

Vent Sections

45° Elbow

Figure 32: Typical Minimum Vent Configurations

- Horizontally Terminated.

Figure 33: Typical Vent Configurations

- Vertically Terminated.

WARNING

Always maintain required clearances (air spaces) to nearby combustibles to prevent a fire hazard. Do not fill air spaces with insulation. Unless

stated otherwise, clearances on horizontal vent sections are

2” (51mm) to combustible materials. Clearances to vertical vent sections are 1” (25mm)

to combustible clearances.

The fireplace and vent system must be vented directly to the outside of the building. Each direct vent fireplace must use its own separate vent

system. Common vent systems are prohibited.

The flow of combustion and ventilation air not be obstructed.

HORIZONTAL INSTALLATION:

Step 1. Set the fireplace in its desired location. Check to determine if wall studs or roof rafters are in the way when the venting system is attached. If this is the case, you may want to adjust the location of the appliance.

Step 2. Direct Vent pipe and fittings are designed with special twist-lock connections. Assemble the desired combination of pipe and elbows to the appliance.

See the sections on t yPIcal f ramIng

- I nternal c hase

, e xternal c hase or c orner

I nstallatIon for some of the possible vent pathway options. All installations must fall within the Allowable Vent Configurations shown in Figure 20.

Notes:

(1) Twist-lock procedure: Four (4) indentations, located on the female ends of pipes and fittings, are designed to slide straight onto the male ends of adjacent pipes and fittings, by orienting the four pipe indentations so they match and slide into the four (4) entry slots on the male ends. Push the pipe sections completely together, then twist-lock one section clockwise approximately one-quarter turn, until the two (2) sections are fully locked.

(2) Horizontal runs of vent must be supported every 3 feet (915mm). Wall Straps are available for this purpose.

(3) Sealant is only necessary on the outer tube of the GS Pipe. Run a 1.25 inch (3mm) wide bead of sealant around the male end of the outer sleeve, as shown in Figure 34, and twist-lock the pipes or fittings together.

Step 3. With the adaptor and pipe attached to the fireplace, slide the fireplace into its correct location, and mark the wall for a square hole of the appropriate size. Use

11”x11”

(280x280mm) square hole for

8” x 5” pipe. The center of the square hole should line up with the centerline of the horizontal pipe, as shown in Figure 35. Cut and frame the square hole in the exterior wall where the vent will be terminated. If the wall being penetrated is constructed of non-combustible material, i.e. masonry block or concrete, a hole with zero clearance to the pipe is acceptable.

Notes:

(1) Any horizontal run of vent must have a ¼ inch (6mm) rise for every 1 foot (305mm) of run towards the termination. Never allow the vent to run downward. This could cause high temperatures and may present the possibility of a fire.

(2) The location of the horizontal vent termination on an exterior wall must meet all local and national building codes, and must not be easily blocked or obstructed. Termination clearances must comply with the v ent t ermInatIon r estrIctIons section.

Figure 34: Twist-Lock Connection.

Step 4. For a Square Horizontal Vent Termination, place the vent cap in the center of the square hole and attach to the exterior wall with the four wood screws provided (refer to Figure 36).

Before attaching the Vent Termination to the exterior wall, run a bead of non-hardening sealant around its outside edges, so as to make a seal between it and the wall. If you are using a

Round Horizontal Vent Termination, place an exterior Wall

Firestop over the square hole. Run a bead of non-hardening sealant around the edges of the Wall Firestop, and attach the

Wall Firestop to the wall with the four wood screws provided.

The arrow on the vent cap should be pointing up. Ensure that proper clearances to combustible materials are maintained.

Notes:

(1) The four (4) wood screws provided should be replaced with appropriate fasteners for stucco, brick, concrete, or other types sidings.

Figure 36: Fastening Horizontal

Termination Cap in Place. o f

Figure 35: Horizontal Venting and Cut

Away.

(2) For buildings with vinyl siding, a Vinyl Siding Standoff should be installed between the vent cap and the wall (see Figure 37). Attach the Vinyl Siding Standoff to the Horizontal Vent Termination. The Vinyl Siding Standoff prevents excessive heat from possibly melting the vinyl siding material. Note that the Square

Horizontal Vent Termination bolts onto the flat portion of the Vinyl Siding Standoff, (Shaded area shown in Figure 37), so that an air space will exist between the wall and the Vent Termination.

1 1 /

4

(32mm)

Figure 38: Installation of Vent Pipe to

Termination.

Figure 37: Installation of Vinyl Siding Standoff.

Figure 39: Installation of Wall Firestop.

VERTICAL TERMINATION INSTALLATION:

Step 1. Maintain clearances between venting and combustible building materials as stated earlier in this section. Do not pack air spaces with insulation. Check with the Allowable Vent Configurations page when planning your installation to ensure the vertical and horizontal elements of your installation are within these limits.

Step 2. Set the fireplace in its desired location. Drop a plum bob down from the ceiling to the position of the appliance flue exit, and mark the location where the vent will penetrate the ceiling. Drill a small hole at this point. Next, drop a plumb bob from the roof to the hole previously drilled in the ceiling, and mark the spot where the vent will penetrate the roof.

Determine if ceiling joists, roof rafters, or other framing will obstruct the venting system. You may wish to relocate the appliance, or to offset, to avoid cutting load bearing members.

Step 3. To install the Ceiling Firestop in a flat ceiling, cut a square hole in the ceiling

11” x 11”

(280x280mm) square for

8” x 5” pipe, centered on the hole drilled in Step 2. Frame the hole as shown in Figure 40.

Step 4. Assemble the desired lengths of galvanized Pipe and Elbows necessary to reach from the Appliance Adaptor up through the Ceiling Firestop. Ensure that all Pipe and Elbow connections are in their fully twist-locked position. Figure 40: Installation of Ceiling Firestop.

Step 5. Cut a hole in the roof centered on the small drill hole placed in the roof in Step 2. The hole should be of sufficient size to meet the minimum requirements for clearance to combustibles, as specified earlier. Continue to assemble lengths of Pipe and

Elbows necessary to reach from the Ceiling Firestop up through the roof line.

Notes:

(1) If an offset is necessary in the attic to avoid obstructions, it is important to support the vent pipe every 3 feet, to avoid excessive stress on the

Elbows, and possible separation. Wall Straps are available for this purpose (see Figure 41).

(2) Whenever possible, use 45° Elbows, instead of 90° Elbows. The 45°

Elbow offers less restriction to the flow of flue gases and intake air.

Step 6. Slip the flashing over the Pipe Section(s) protruding through the roof. Use a non-hardening sealant between the Flashing and the roof to prevent water leakage. Secure the base of the Flashing to the roof with roofing nails. Ensure the roofing material overlaps the top edge of the Flashing as shown in

Figure 42. Verify that you have at least the minimum clearance to combustibles at the roofline.

Step 7. Continue to add Pipe Sections until the height of the Vent Cap meets the minimum building code requirements described by your local codes. In the absence of local codes, make sure the terminal is 2 feet (610mm) above anything within

10 feet (3046mm) of the vent (refer to Figure 44 & Table 5 for clearances for different pitches). Note that for steep roof pitches, the vent height must be increased. In high wind conditions, nearby trees, adjoining rooflines, steep pitched roofs, and other similar factors can result in poor draft, or down-drafting. In these cases, increasing the vent height may solve this problem.

Step 8. Slip the Storm Collar over the Pipe, and push it down to the top of the Flashing, as shown in Figure 42. Use the non-hardening sealant above and below the joint between the Storm Collar and the Pipe.

Step 9.

Twist lock the Vent Cap.

Notes:

(1) For multi-story vertical installations, a Ceiling Firestop is required at any subsequent floors (as shown in Figure 43). The opening should be cut and framed in the same manner as the opening in Step 3 (see

Figure 40).

(2) Any occupied areas above the first floor, including closets and storage spaces, which the vertical vent passes through, must be enclosed.

The enclosure may be framed and sheet rocked with standard construction materials, however minimum allowable clearances between the outside of the vent pipe must be maintained. Do not fill any of the required air spaces with insulation.

Figure 41: Vertical

Installation Using High

Wind Cap.

Figure 42: Installation of Flashing & Vertical

Termination.

Ceiling Firestop

Nails

Figure 43: Installation of

Ceiling Fire Stops.

Table 5: Minimum

‘H’ for Figure 44.

Roof Pitch Minimum Height (H)

Feet Meters

Flat to 7/12 1 0.3

Dimension

‘H’ obtained from table to the left.

Over 7/12 to 8/12 1.5 0.46

Over 8/12 to 9/12

Over 9/12 to 10/12

Over 10/12 to 11/12

Over 11/12 to 12/12

2

2.5

3.25

4

0.61

0.76

0.99

1.22

Over 12/12 to 14/12 5 1.52

Figure 44: Height of Vertical Termination;

Reference Table 5.

Over 14/12 to 16/12

Over 16/12 to 18/12

Over 18/12 to 20/12

Over 20/12 to 21/12

6

7

7.5

8

1.83

2.13

2.29

2.44

VENTING ARRANGEMENTS - HORIZONTAL TERMINATION (FLEX):

Regency ® Direct Vent System

These venting systems, in combination with the HZ965/L965, have been tested and listed as a direct vent system by Warnock Hersey. The location of the termination cap must conform to the requirements in the Vent Terminal Locations diagram from the "Exterior Vent Termination

Locations" section.

FPI Direct Vent (Flex) System Termination Kits include all the

parts needed to install the HZ965/L965, using a flexible vent.

FPI Kit # Length Contains:

#946-615 4 Feet

1)

8” flexible liner (Kit length)

2)

5” flexible liner (Kit length)

3) spring spacers

#946-618

#946-616

6 Feet

10 Feet

4) thimble

5) AstroCap termination cap

6) screws

7) tube of Mill Pac

8) plated screws

9) S.S. screws #8 x 1-

1/2” drill point

10) vinyl siding standoff

Rigid pipe adaptor

(Part # 946-601)

H

(standard with unit)

HEAT DISTRIBUTION KIT INSTALLATION:

Please ensure that your Heat Distribution Kit has not been damaged.

IMPORTANT: When installing the Heat Distribution Kit,

the framing clearances are different. See figure 12 on

page 29. Clearances must be maintained.

1. Remove the rear standoff and the duct cover plate from the back of the unit.

Rear of the Unit

Duct Cover Plate

Rear Standoff

Figure 2: Remove the duct cover.

2. Insert the hot air duct and the hot air duct angle into the cut out (refer to Figure 3). Secure the ducts to the back of the fireplace through the pre-drilled holes with hex head

Item Description

1 Hot Air Duct

2 Hot Air Duct Angle

3 Fireplace Vent Duct

4 Fan Bezel

5 Front Access Cover

6 Fan

7 Fan Housing Assembly

8 Fan Housing Mounting Bracket

9 5” Round Flex Line Air Duct

NOTE:

The supply grill not supplied with unit.

Rear of the Unit

Hot Air Duct Angle

Hot Air Duct

Figure 1: Heat Distribution Kit

’s Parts Diagram. screws.

3. Cover the hot air duct opening with the Fireplace Vent Duct (refer to Figure 4). Push the vent duct kit against the back of the fireplace and secure it in place with five (5)

¼” HWH self drilling screws.

Figure 3: Install the hot air ducts.

2

1

/

4

"

(57mm)

2

1

/

4

"

(57mm)

Fireplace

Vent Duct Collar

Hot Air Duct

Opening

Rear of the Unit

2"

4 1 /

16

"

(103mm)

18 1 /

4

"

(464mm)

13 3 /

4

"

(349mm)

8

1

/

16

"

(105mm)

5

1

/

16

"

(129mm)

Fireplace

Vent Duct

Figure 4: Install the vent duct kit. Figure 5: Fan housing overall dimensions.

TYP 16"

(406mm)

CL

Ceiling

2x4 Wall Stud

Min 14

3

/

8

"

(365mm)

12"

(305mm)

1

3

/

4

"

(44mm) 1

3

/

4

"

(44mm)

Fan Housing

Min 8

3

/

4

"

(222mm)

2"x4" Wall Stud

Fan Housing

17

1

/

4

"

(438mm)

Fan Mounting Brackets

Figure 7: Mounting fan housing.

4. With the

“f

Igure

5: f an housIng overall DImensIons

.

” and “f

Igure

6: m

InImum

I nstallatIon c learances for f an

.”

Cut a opening for the fan in the wall board; minimum

14” by 8”. It cannot be less than

12” from the ceiling and 1¾” between fan housing to the closest stud or combustible materials. Do not install in front of the vent.

Hot Air Duct

Figure 6: Minimum Installation Clearances for Fan.

5. Mount and secure the fan housing assembly to the framing members or to the 2x4 wall studs using the mounting brackets and screws provided in the kit (refer to Figure 7).

Note: The brackets have a guided flange which provides the minimum spacing required between the fan housing and 2x4 wall studs or combustible materials.

6. Wire the fan (refer to Figure 8) a) Feed the 110-120 VAC electrical service wires through the strain relief and through the service hole on the bottom of the fan housing. b) Secure the service wires to the strain relief. c) Use the wire nut to join the wires to the service wire. d) Secure the service ground wire to the ground screw on the cover plate.

Fan Housing

Cover Plate

Ground

Strain Relief

Figure 8: Wiring fan. e) Secure the cover plate to the back of the fan hous- ing with screws f) Secure the service wires to the strain relief f) For wiring options see Figure 9.

8. Attach the

5” Aluminum Flex Vent to the Fireplace

Vent Duct Collar with sheet metal screws or a vent strap and run the vent to the Fan Housing Vent Duct

Collar. The Fan Housing Vent Duct can be installed through the rear or the bottom of the Fan Housing as shown in Figure 10.

IMPORTANT: Maintain a minimum of

2” (51mm) clearance between the flex lines and combustible materials.

Optional Note: An 8ft (2.4m)

5” Aluminum Flex Vent is provided. An extra

5” aluminum flex run can be added using a coupling provided by the installer. An extra

12’ in length can be added making the total run

20’, which is the maximum allowable.

9. Attach the fan bezel to the fan cut out and secure the fan bezel to the wall board with screws.

10. Cover the cut out with a fan grille.

When installed, the Power Vent Kit, must be electrically grounded in accordance with local codes or, in the absence of local codes, with the National Electrical

Code, ANSI/NFPA 70, or the Canadian Electrical

Code, CSA C22.1.

Figure 9: Fan wiring options.

Fan Housing

Vent Duct Collar

5" Aluminum

Flex Vent

Fireplace Vent

Duct Collar

Figure 10: Optional install with two (2) heat distribution kits.

14

3

/

8

" (365mm)

WARNING: Electrical Grounding Instructions

This appliance is equipped with a three-prong (grounding) plug for your pro- tection against shock hazard and should be plugged directly into a properly grounded three-prong receptacle. Do not cut or remove the grounding prong from this plug.

Periodic examination of venting systems should be done by a qualified agency.

Fan Housing

8 3 /

4

"

(222mm)

Fan Bezel

Fan Grille

(Not Supplied)

8” X 14” grille is required-purchased separately.

Figure 11: Install fan bezel & grille.

60" (1524mm)

Chase Minimum Width

44 3/4"

(1137mm)

Minimum

26 1/2" (610mm)

Chase Minimum

Depth

A

**52 5/16"

(1329mm) to Header

** Minimum Height from the base of the unit.

Figure 12: Installation Clearances with Heat Distribution Kit.

90" (2286mm) to Internal

Ceiling

POWER VENT KIT INSTALLATION:

Please ensure that your Power Vent Kit has not been

damaged.

1. Plan out the venting and wiring installation. Important notes to consider when planning where the venting will be installed:

Minimum horizontal vent run allowed with no rise

is 1 foot (305mm).

• Horizontal vent runs less than 8 feet (2.44m) require a 60% restrictor. Refer to the Owner

’s Manual on how to install a restrictor.

Maximum vent run is 100 feet (30.5m) (H

1

+ V + H +

2

H + H + H + H ), refer to Figure 2.

3 4 5 6

Maximum below-grade installation is 8 feet (2.4m) (V).

Multi-elbow installations are possible up to a maximum of six 90°. minimum horizontal vent installed.

Refer to Figure 19 and Table 1 for vent termination clearances and restrictions.

6-

5/8” pipe.

Simpson duravent, Security Chimney, American Metal,

Selkirk Int. Metal Fab., Excel Direct.

5"x8" to 4"x6 5 /

8

"

Vent Reducer

90

5"x8" o

Elbow

H1

4"x6 5 /

8

"

90 o

Elbow

V

Power Vent

H6

H2

H5

Item

Description

1 5”x8” to 4”x6⅝” Vent Reducer*

2 4”x6⅝” Wall Thimble

3 Power Vent Assembly

4 Power Vent Control Box

* Item not included

Figure 1: Power Vent Kit’s Parts Diagram.

H4

H3

Figure 2: Below-grade installation with maximum number of elbows.

5" x 8" to

4" x 6

5

/

8

" Vent

Reducer

1ft (305mm)

4" x 6" Vent

5" x 8"

90o

Elbow

9

7

/

16

"

(240mm)

Wall

Thimble

Power

Vent

14

1

/

2

"

(368mm)

Power Vent

Control Box

2" x 4"

Wall Stud

Wall

Board

14

1

/

2

"

(368mm)

14

1

/

8

"

(359mm)

39

1

/

16

" (992mm)

Figure 5: Thimble framing dimensions.

44" (1.11m)

Figure 4 Typical overall dimensions with minimum horizontal

vent installed.

• 50 feet (15.25m) of cable is supplied with this kit, if more venting is required, use 706-033 - 100 feet (30.5m) PVK CABLE and connect it as shown on the wiring diagram in Figure 4.

• Allow for an extra 24”-30” (60-75cm) of cable at the PVK control box for future servicing.

2. Reduce the venting siz e from 5” x 8” to 4” x 6-5/8 with a vent reducer, see Figure 1.

3. Using the dimensions in Figures 4 & 5, frame an opening for the thimb le of 14½” x 14½” (368mm x 368mm).

4. Insert a 2 ft (61cm) length of the power vent electrical cord through the bushing on the bottom left of the inner thimble, shown in Figure 6.

5. Secure the inner thimble to the wall board with screws.

6. Insert the rest of the power vent electrical cord through the bushing on the right bottom of the outer thimble, refer to Figure 7

Wall Board

Wall Board

Screw

Vents

Outer Thimble

Inner Thimble

Power Vent

Electrical Cord

Bushing

Inner Thimble

Power Vent

Electrical Cord

Bushing

Screw

Figure 6: Install the inner thimble and the power

vent cords.

Figure 7: Install the outer thimble.

7. Assemble the outer thimble to the inner thimble and secure the outer thimble to the wall board with screws.

8. Remove power vent case cover from power vent assembly by removing 4 x

5/16” screws (2 per side). Pull the top of power vent and then push downward on power vent case cover to clear exhaust assembly

9. Insert the power vent electrical cord through the Strain Relief on the bottom right of the power vent assembly, refer to Figure 8.

10. Align the power vent assembly with the direct vent pipe that is protruding through the thimble.

11. Secure the power vent assembly in place with screws as seen in Figure 8.

Outer Thimble

Screw

Power Vent

Assembly

Vacuum Switch

Strain Relief

Power Vent

Electrical Cord

Direct Vent

Pipe

Figure 8: Install the power vent.

Green/Ground

Wire

Figure 9: Securing cord with the Strain Relief.

Power Vent

Case Cover

Power Vent

Brown

Black

White

Red-Vacuum

Hose

Red

Exhaust

Cut-Out

Screw

Vacuum Switch

Two Black Wire from Blower

Power Vent

Assembly

Figure 10: Fan and vacuum switch wired. Figure 11: Install the power vent cover case.

12. Secure the cord to the Power Vent Assembly with the Strain Relief as shown in Figure 9.

13. Connect the wires to the fan, vacuum switch, and ground according to the wiring diagram in Figure 17. Secure the green ground wire as shown in Figure

9. Route the wires as shown in Figure 10 to prevent them from getting pinched.

14. Align the exhaust deflector with the exhaust cut out on the bottom of the power vent cover and install, refer to Figure 8, 11 and 12. Ensure that the rubber vacuum hose does not kink when installed.

15 Secure the cover to the power vent assembly with screws to the left and right sides of the assembly.

16. Remove the protective cover from the PVK Control Box Velcro and secure the power vent control box to the side as shown in Figure 1a.

Figure 12: Cover is installed to the power vent

assembly.

Figure 13

: Removing Access Cover.

17. When using the 50-1970 Power Vent Kit, there is no need to have the unit set to continuous pilot, connect the 9V clip of the PVK to the 9V clip of the unit. a) Remove the Access Cover from inside the firebox by removing all ten (10) T-20 screws (see Figure 13). b) Disconnect the connection to the Standing Pilot

Switch as shown in Figure 14. c) Disconnect the TH wires from under the valve and plug in the two (2) orange wires as shown in Figure 15. d) Disconnect the 3

/16” connector from the valve and connect the two (2) blue wires as shown in Figure 16.

18. Plug the power cord from the PVK Control

Box into the top outlet marked 120 volt of the

Electric Box on the side of the unit as shown in Figure 17.

19. Reinstall the Side Access Cover and continue with the appliance

Figure 14

:

Disconnecting Standing Pilot

Switch.

Orange

Installation steps as shown in the Instruc- tion Manual.

When installed, the Power Vent Kit, must be electrically grounded in accordance with local codes or, in the absence of local codes, with the National Electrical Code,

ANSI/NFPA 70, or the Canadian Electrical

Code, CSA C22.1.

Figure 15

:

Disconnecting TH Wire & Connecting

Orange Wires.

Blue

Figure 17

:

Plugging PVK into Electric Box.

Orange

Blue Female

Blue Male

WARNING: Electrical Grounding Instructions

This appliance is equipped with a three-prong (grounding) plug for your protection against shock hazard and should be plugged directly into a properly grounded three-prong receptacle. Do not cut or remove the grounding prong from this plug.

Periodic examination of venting systems should be done by a qualified agency.

Figure 16

:

Changing Valve Wiring.

SILICONE NOTES:

Installer should apply outdoor silicone to the powervent cover on the areas shown below as a preventative measure to help keep water from getting inside.

SILICONE THESE AREAS

SILICONE THESE AREAS

TH

GRN

Split Flow

6-prongs snap

DFC-SUPPLY

S-Receiver

WHT

9V clip receptacle

ONG

6-prongs snap

TH

COM

TRIGGER

TPTH

4"

BRN

ONG

ONG

N.O.SW

Molex Mini-fit 2

IPI/CPI

3/16" Spades

(0.187)

BLUE IN

MOTOR

BLUE

BLUE

BLUE IN

ONG GRAY

BRN GRAY

ORANGE

C-11974 (2ft)

BLUE OUT

BROWN

BLUE OUT

3" (Insulated)

PCB

1/4" Male Spades

BLACK

RED

BROWN

GREEN

WHITE

N.O.SW

(Vacuum)

BLACK

BROWN

BLACK

GREEN

WHITE

C-11817

(1ft)

C-11896

(50ft)

50-1970 WESTGATE

August 25, 2009

CN1 MOLEX

1

2

Red

Red

3 Black

4 Green

5 Blue

6 White

7 Orange

8 Green

9 Yellow

GREEN (Ground)

Star Washer

1

2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

CN1 Molex 9 ways female connector

CN1

SIT - DFC

2 ft

M P

SIT 885 Valve

3/16" Female Spade

(0.187)

GROUND

I

Pilot

S

BLOWER

RED

WHITE

Fan Control Module

NOTE:

ALL SPADE CONNECTORS

NEED TO BE SPACED 1"

APART.

FCM-COM

Figure 18: Wiring Schematic Diagram.

FOR POWER VENT SYSTEM ONLY

IF NOT USING POWER VENT - SEE CHART ON PAGE 16.

D E

L

B

F

C

B

Fixed

Closed

Openable

B

Openable

A

B

Fixed

Closed

J

H

G

M

O

K

N

G

Termination Cap

Air Supply Inlet G Gas Meter

I

Restriction Zone

(Termination not allowed)

A

Figure 19. Vent Termination Restrictions, refer to Table 1.

Letter

A

B

C

D

E

F

G

H

I

J

K

L

M

Table 1: Vent termination clearances, refer to Figure 19.

Canadian Installation

1

24 in (60 cm)

12 in (30 cm)

4 in (10 cm)

US Installation

2

12 in (30 cm)*

9 in (23 cm)

4 in (10 cm)

12 in (30 cm)*

4 in (10 cm)

3 ft (91 cm) within a height of 15 ft (4.5 m) above the meter/regulator assembly

3 ft (91 cm) within a height of 15 ft (4.5 m) above the meter/regulator assembly*

3 ft (91 cm)

12 in (30 cm)

3 ft (91 cm)*

9 in (23 cm)

6 ft (1.83 m)

7 ft (2.13 m)t

Description

Clearance above grade, verandah, porch, deck, or balcony.

Clearance from window or door that may be opened.

Clearance from permanently closed window (to prevent condensation).

Vertical clearance to ventilated soffit located above the terminal, within a horizontal distance of 2 ft (60 cm) from center line of terminal.

Clearance to unventilated soffit.

Clearance to outside corner.

Clearance to inside corner.

Clearance to each side of center line extended above meter/ regulator assembly.

Radial clearance around service regulator vent outlet.

Clearance to non-mechanical air supply inlet to building, or the combustion air inlet to any other appliance.

Clearance to mechanical air supply inlet.

3 ft (91 cm) above if within 10 ft (3 m) horizontally

7 ft (2.13 m)*t

19¼ in (49 cm)

+

Clearance above paved sidewalk or paved driveway located on public property.

Clearance under verandah, porch, deck, or balcony.

1 In accordance with the current CSA B149, Natural Gas and Propane Installation Code.

2 In accordance with the current ANSI Z223.1 NFPA 54, National Fuel Gas Code.

* These numbers are only estimates. Clearance in accordance with installation codes and the requirements of the gas supplier. t

+

A vent shall not terminate directly above a side walk or paved driveway that is located between two single family dwellings and it serves both dwellings.

Permitted only if verandah, porch, deck, or balcony is fully open on a minimum of two sides beneath the floor.

NOTE: Venting terminals shall not be recessed into walls or siding.

DOOR REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION:

1) The fireplace door hangs on two (2) hooks on the top of the firebox. The two (2) door latches at the bottom of the firebox hook over the tabs on the bottom of the door frame.

2) Lower the door latch tool underneath the door frame. Catch the lower door latch with the door latch tool (see Figure 45) and pull it out slightly, then down. Once the lower door latch clears the tab on the bottom of the door frame, release it inwards and then remove the door latch tool. Refer to Figures 47 & 48.

Large hooked end for removing the door.

3) Pull the Door Frame at the bottom forward about

2” (5cm), then lift the Door

Frame upwards to clear the Upper Door Hooks. Refer to Figures 48 & 49.

4) Lift the Door Frame away, being careful that the glass panel is secure within the

Door Frame.

Slots on other end is for Air Shutter

Adjustment Levers

Figure 45: Door Latch /Air Adjustment Tool.

Upper Door Hooks

Door Frame

Lower Door Latches

Figure 46: Door Latch Locations. Figure 47: Door Latch Tool in Place.

Figure 48: Door Latch Locations.

Figure 49: Top Door Hook.

GAS HOOK-UP:

The L965E/H965E are equipped from the factory with a

1/2” SAE 45º male gas fitting. This fitting will fit commonly used flexible gas supply lines.

If your local code requires you to use only rigid pipe for gas supply, remove the flare fitting provided. The gas line is fastened to an MPT flare fitting.

You can then use a common union to provide the gas connection to the appliance.

The dimension shown in Figure 50 are for your convenience if you have to hard pipe directly to the unit.

NOTES:

This appliance and it

’s main gas valve must be disconnected from the gas supply piping system during any pressure testing of that system at test pressure in excess of 1/2 psi (3.5 kPa).

Isolate this appliance from the gas supply piping system by closing its the equipment shutoff valve during any pressure testing of the gas supply piping system at test pressures equal to or less than 1/2 psi (3.5 kPa).

14 5 /

8

(371mm)

19

3

/

4

(502mm)

1 /

2

”SAE

45 Flare

Fitting

Gas Inlet

ELECTRICAL HOOK-UP:

An electrical junction box is provided and fastened to the right side of the fireplace. Power needs to be brought to the electrical junction box. The power for the various control components are all provided from the fan control module. Install the provided electric outlet and cover and plug the the fan control module into it. See the Rating Label for the listed electrical requirements.

When installed, the L965E/HZ965E, must be electrically grounded in accordance with local codes or, in the absence of local codes, with the National Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA 70, or the Canadian Electrical Code, CSA C22.1.

WARNING

Electrical Grounding Instructions

This appliance is equipped with a three-prong (grounding) plug for your protection against shock hazard and should be plugged directly into a properly grounded three-prong receptacle. Do not cut or remove the grounding prong from this plug.

14

3

/

4

(375mm)

Figure 50: Location of Gas Hook-Up.

NOTE:

Electrical box is located inside this panel-shown outside to show location.

Figure 51: Location of Electrical Hook-Up.

LP GAS CONVERSION:

WARNING: This conversion kit shall be installed by a qualified service agency in accordance with the manufacturer

’s instructions and all applicable codes and requirements of the authority having jurisdiction. If the information in these instructions is not followed exactly, a fire, explosion or production of carbon monoxide may result causing property damage, personal injury or loss of life.

The qualified service agency is responsible for the proper installation of this kit. The installation is not proper and complete until the operation of the converted appliance is checked as specified in the manufacturer

’s instructions supplied with the kit.

1. Ensure all the components of the conversion kit are accounted for. There should be a pilot orifice, left & right for the glass tray orifices, left & right for the log burner orifices, regulator diaphragm, servo regulator, and conversion label.

2. If the unit has already been connected to a gas supply, shut off the gas supply to the unit.

3. If the unit has been run, shut off and allow cooling to room temperature.

4. Remove the fireplace door. (see D oor r emoval anD

I nstallatIon

).

5. Remove the burner, glass crystals and firebox liners. (see each applicable section in this manual),

Figure 52: Removing the hood.

6. The pilot hood is held in with spring pressure. Remove the hood by pulling it directly up from the pilot assembly (Figure 52).

7. Insert a 5

/32” or 4mm Allen wrench into the top of the pilot orifice. Remove it by rotating it counter-clock wise until it is free of the pilot assembly (Figure 53).

8. Ensure that the pilot orifice you are about to install is the correct orifice. LP orifices have a groove cut around the top of the orifice. See Figure 54 for help to identify these parts. The orifice size is stamped into the orifice. The correct orifice sizes for the

L965E/HZ965E are LPG - 35 and NG - 62.

Figure 53: Removing the Pilot

Orifice.

Figure 54: Identifying the Orifice.

Left

Right

Figure 55: Removing the Gas Orifices.

9. Install the correct orifice and replace the pilot hood. The pilot hood has an indexing notch which must be align with the pilot base. Ensure the pilot hood is properly located and that the spring holding the pilot hood is properly engaged. Delayed ignition may be the result of an improperly installed pilot hood.

10. Using a socket wrench, remove both gas burner orifices from the orifice mounting brackets at the rear floor of the firebox (Figure 55).

11. Use only the gas burner orifices that were included in the LP gas conversion kit supplied by the manufacturer.

The correct orifice sizes for the L965E/HZ965E are shown in Table 6.

Figure 56: Removing the Right Burner

Support.

Figure 57: Removing Access

Cover.

Table 6: Correct Orifice Sizes for the L965E/HZ965E

Burner Left (front) Right (rear)

Glass Tray NG

Glass Tray LP

Log Burner NG

45

55

45

41

53

41

Log Burner LP 55 53

12. Using a T-20 driver, remove the Right Burner Support (Figure 56).

13. Remove the Valve Access Cover by removing all ten (10) T-20 screws (Figure 57).

14. Using a T-20 safety driver, remove the two (2) screws that hold the flame modulator from the gas valve (Figure 58).

15 Remove the rubber regulator diaphragm that is situated between the servo regulator and the valve body and replace with the one provide in the LP conversion kit.

16. Install the LP flame modulator, with the new longer T-20 screws, included in the LP conversion kit.

17. If the fuel delivery pressure or the manifold pressure is to be verified, it can be done at this stage. a. Loosen the pressure tap screw.

Figure 58: Modulator Screws. b. Place a

¼” silicone tube over either pressure port on the valve (refer to Figure 59). Attach the tube to a mono meter. c. Install a burner in the firebox (see burner installation section) d. Being careful to route the silicone tube away from the burner, test fire the unit for only long enough to establish the pressure reading. e. Check your inlet gas pressure by measuring the pressure at the inlet pressure tap on the valve. Inlet pressure should be a minimum of

12”

WC for LPG. If the pressure reads less than this, have a licensed gas fitter determine and rectify the reason for the reduced supply pressure. f. Check your manifold pressure by measuring the pressure at the manifold pressure tap on the valve. The manifold pressure with the appliance operating at its high setting should be betw een 9.5” WC and 10.5” WC. If your pressure reads outside of this range, make sure that your LP conversion regulator has been properly installed. If it has, call your dealer to arrange for a replacement valve to be installed. Turn off the fuel supply to do not operate this unit until the valve has been replaced.

g. Make sure to close the test pressure point taps after testing.

18. Re-install the Valve Access Cover, making sure that the wire harness is carefully tucked back into the valve compartment and that the pilot tube, igniter lead and flame proving wire are routed through the provisions in the Valve Access Cover and the Firebox opening.

19. Re-install the Right Burner Support.

20. Re-connect the fuel supply to the unit.

21. Re-install the Fireplace Panel Set, Burner, Burner Trim Kit, Grate, Logs or Glass Burner and Front Door.

22. Once the unit is re-assembled and started, use a gas leakage detector to check for any fuel leakage. Check around the entire valve assembly, particularly around the gas regulator and flame modulator. Make sure that the LP regulator has been properly installed and is not leaking any fuel.

23. Once the supply pressure and the manifold pressure have been confirmed, you can check the units rating by confirming the correct orifice sizes are installed. This can be done by using a quality orifice gauge and referring to the chart above for the correct office sizing. The rating is listed on the rating plate located under the firebox, attached to the unit with a cable.

24. Fire the unit to ensure correct operation and flame picture. Ensure the Split Valve and Flame Modulation works as described in the operations section of this manual.

25. Check the pilot flame that it is the correct size and orientation. The pilot flame can be adjusted with the adjustment provision on the front face of the valve. This is located just up and to the left of the regulator motor. It is clearly marked on the valve. Adjusting the screw in or out will raise or lower the pilot flame height. The correct pilot flame should resemble

Figure 60.

The ignition sequence should be as follows: a) Press the ON button on the remote control. b) The receiver should beep, to indicate the command has been received. c) Within a 2-3 second of the beep, the ignitor should begin to spark. The ignitor will spark at intervals of 1 second(s). d) The main valve will open 4-6 seconds after the pilot is lit. e) Within 4 seconds of the main valve opening, all of the burner ports should light and remain burning.

26. To complete the LP conversion of this appliance, place the

“LP Converted” sticker, supplied with the LP conversion kit on the rating plate indicating that this unit has been converted to operate on LP gas.

Manifold test

pressure point

Inlet test

pressure point

Figure 59: Pressure Test Points.

5 /

16

(8mm)

Burner

Pilot

Figure 60: Relationship between ignitor and burner.

GLASS BURNER REMOVAL/INSTALLATION:

1) Removal the front panel of the burner by removing 2 screws in the locations shown in Figure 61 and Figure 62.

Figure 61: Front Panel Screw Locations

Figure 62: Removing Front Panel

Screws

2) After the screws are removed, lift out the front panel as shown in Figure 63.

4) Carefully pull the burner forward (see Figure 65) away from the mixing tubes. When clear of the mixing tubes, lift the burner up and out.

Figure 65: Move Burner away from Mixing Tubes

5) To install, reverse steps.

Figure 63: Lift Out Front Panel

3) Remove the 4 screws on the burner in locations shown in Figure 64.

Figure 64: Burner Screw Locations

GLASS CRYSTAL / STONES INSTALLATION :

Evenly spread the Glass Crystals or optional Ceramic Spa Stones over the burner. Ensure the crystals (or stones) do not overlap too much as this will effect the flame pattern.

IMPORTANT NOTE:

Only the supplied approved Glass Crystals and Ceramic Spa Stones are to be used with these fireplaces. Use of any other type of glass crystals or stones can alter the unit's performance, any damage caused by the use of any unapproved glass or stones will not be covered under warranty.

When using Ceramic Spa Stones DO NOT cover burner ports or pilot light that lead to pilot flame. Ensure the crystals or stones do not overlap excessively as this will effect the flame pattern.

BURNER PACKAGES

Unit

HZ965

*Glass Crystals

12 lbs

**Ceramic Spa Stones

140 spa stones

NOTE: * Glass Crystals are available in 1lb and 5lb bags.

**Each Ceramic Spa stone package contains 70 stones.

Figure 66 Figure 67

1) Start Crystals on back Burner and

Firebox Floor

Figure 68

2) Work Crystals downwards to front

of Burner and Firebox Floor

Figure 69

3) Work Crystals downwards to front

edge of Firebox Floor

Figure 70

4) Crystals shown spread evenly over

the burner and firebox base.

NOTE: Correct final glass installation of Crystals as shown in step 4 and 5.

The Burner and Firebox Floor should not be visible when the flame is out.

OPTIONAL SPA STONES INSTALLATION (AROUND BURNER)

Figure 71

5) Ensure Crystals do not block the front of the pilot hood and flame to

light the burner.

Figure 72

Figure 73

NOTE:

Spa Stones are NOT to be placed anywhere on the Pilot assembly area.

Glass Crystals to be installed on the burner and firebox floor prior to installing stones.

REFLECTIVE PANEL INSTALLATION / REMOVAL:

Before installation, panels must be handled and cleaned as per instructions noted below:

Black Enamel Panels

Black Enamel panels must be inspected for scratches and dimples prior to installation. All claims to be recorded at this time.

Claims for damage after installation will not receive consideration.

Black Enamel panels will discolor a little during normal operation. This is normal and should not be considered a defect.

All hand and finger marks MUST be cleaned off with a soft cloth.

Failure to do this will result in burn stain on panels which you will be unable to remove. Not protected by product warranty.

1. Install the Rear Porcelain Panel by placing it behind the burner. Use cau- tion- do not scratch the panel.

Figure 76: Panel /Unit Alignment.

3. Install the Top Panel by placing it on top of the Rear Panel and behind the

Left Panel (see Figure 77). Hold with one hand then place right side panel.

Figure 74: Rear Porcelain Panel

2. Install the Left Reflective Panel; it should be flush with the outer edge of the firebox (see Figure 76).

With panel in position, slide panel clip in until it touches the panel, tighten panel clip screws as shown in Figure 75.

Figure 77: Upper Rear Porcelain Panel

4. Repeat same procedure in Step 2 to install Right Side Panel.

5. To remove panels, reverse steps.

Clip

Figure 75: Side Porcelain Panel and Pa

nel

Figure 78: Final Install

BRICK PANEL INSTALLATION / REMOVAL:

BRICk PaneL InStaLLatIon / RemovaL:

1) Loosen screws securing Brick Panel Clip shown in Figure 76 and slide

Clip away from wall of unit.

4) Slide the upper back panel in behind the left side panel and on top of the lower back panel as shown in Figure 79.

Figure 79: Upper Back Brick Panel

Figure 76: Brick Clip

2) Slide the lower back panel in first and rest it on the rear wall support bracket as shown in Figure 77.

5) Follow directions from Step 3 to install Right Side Panel to complete installation.

Figure 77: Lower Back Brick Panel

3) Slide Left Brick Panel in between wall of unit and Brick Clip as shown in and Figure 78. Front edge of panel must be flush with firebox edge, side panel will now hold rear panel up against back wall.

Slide Panel Clip until it is snug against the Left Side Brick Panel and retighten screw to secure clip.

Figure 80: Right Side Brick Panel

Figure 78: Left Brick Panel

Install

Figure 81: Completed Install

6) To remove Brick Panels, reverse steps.

919-129a

1 04/03/12

LOG BURNER / EMBER BED REMOVAL / INSTALLATION:

1. Pull the burner away from the mixing tubes.

2. Lift the burner up and out of the unit.

3. Reverse steps to reinstall.

Note: Use caution when lifting, burner is heavy - do not drop.

Figure 79: Burner Removal

LOG SET INSTALLATION:

Read the instructions below carefully and refer to the images. If the logs are broken do not use the unit until they are replaced. Broken logs can

interfere with pilot operation.

Improper positioning of the logs may create carbon build-up and can alter the unit's performance which is not covered under warranty.

*Satin black paint is included if touch ups are required.

D

B

F

H

F

C

A

E

G

Completed Install

LOG SET INSTALLATION:

1) Place Log A on the Ceramic Log Burner as shown in Figure 86.

4) Identify locator on Log A as shown in Figure 89.

A

A

Figure 86: Log A

Figure 89: Log A Locator

5) Position Log C on Log A using Locator as shown in Figure 90.

2) Identify locator on Log B as shown in Figure 87.

B

C

A

Locator

Figure 87: Log B Locator

Figure 90: Log C Position

3) Line up Locator on Log B with Locator on Log A as shown in Figure 88. 6) Identify locator on Log D and opposing Locator on Log B as shown in

Figure 91. Place Log D gently on Log B.

D

B

A

Figure 88: Log B Position

B

Figure 91: Log D Locator

7) Identify locator on Log E and opposing Locator on the Ceramic Log

Burner as shown in Figure 94. Place Log E gently on Burner.

E

Figure 92: Log F Locator

8) Identify locator on Log F and opposing Locator on the Ceramic Log

Burner as shown in Figure 94. Place Log F gently on Burner.

F

Figure 93: Log F Locator

9) Identify locator on Log G and opposing Locator on the Ceramic Log

Burner as shown in Figure 94. Place Log G gently on Burner.

G

Figure 94: Log G Locator

F

G

Figure 95: Log F and G position

10)

Identify locator on Log H and opposing Locator on Log B as shown in Figure 92. Place Log H gently on Log B.

11)

B

H

Figure 96: Log H Locator

Log H in position.

H

Figure 97: Log H Position

SAFETY SCREEN INSTALLATION

FINISHING TRIM:

Finishing trim is supplied with the unit for use if the unit is installed up from floor level.

The trim will cover the gap between the unit and the non combustible materials.

Non combustible

materials

Figure 100: Top View - exposed non combustible materials

1. Slide trim into position over exposed non combustible materials.

Trim piece

Figure 101: Top View - Sliding trim into place

Figure 102: Completed Trim install

START-UP & OPERATION

NORMAL SOUNDS DURING OPERATION:

Component

Fascia

Burner

Pilot Flame

Gas Control Valve

Table 1: Normal Sounds

Sound & Reason

Creaking when heating up or cooling down.

Light pop or poof when turned off; this is more common with LP units.

Quiet whisper while the pilot flame in on.

Dull click when turning on or off, this is the valve opening and closing.

REMOTE CONTROL OPERATIONS:

The Proflame GTMFS is a modular remote control system that directs the functions of the L965E / HZ965E. The Proflame GTMFS is configured to control the on/off main burner operation, its flame levels and provides on/off and Smart thermostatic control of the appliance. The system controls a remotely actuated

120V/60Hz power outlet, fan speed through six (6) levels and has a constantly powered 120V/60Hz power outlet.

WARNING

THE TRANSMITTER AND RECEIVER ARE RADIO FREQUENCE DEVICES. PLACING THE RECEIVER IN OR NEAR METAL MAY SEVERELY REDUCE

THE SIGNAL RANGE.

ATTENTION!

- TURN

“OFF” THE MAIN GAS SUPPLY OF THE APPLIANCE DURING INSTALLATION OR MAINTENANCE OF THE RECEIVER.

- PLACE

THE RECEIVER’S 3 POSITION SLIDER SWITCH IN THE “OFF” POSITION DURING INSTALLATION OR MAINTENANCE.

- TURN

“OFF” MAIN GAS SUPPLY TO THE APPLIANCE PRIOR TO REMOVING OR REINSERTING THE BATTERIES IN THE RECEIVER.

- DURING APPLIANCE INSTALLATION/MAINTENANCE OR IN CASE OF REMOTE CONTROL MALFUNCTION TURN OFF THE FAN CONTROL

MODULE USING THE

“ON/OFF” MAIN POWER SWITCH ON THE FRONT PANEL OF THE FCM.

TECHNICAL DATA

Transmitter (Remote Control):

Supply voltage 4.5 V (three 1.5 V AAA batteries)

Ambient temperature ratings 0 - 50 °C (32 - 122 °F)

Receiver:

Supply voltage 6.0 V (four 1.5 V AA batteries)

Fan Control Module:

Supply voltage/frequency: 120 V / 60 Hz

Aux switched output: 120 V / 60 Hz / 2 A

Fan speed output: 120 V / 60 Hz / 1 A

SYSTEM DESCRIPTION:

The Proflame Remote Control System consists of three (3) elements:

1. Proflame Transmitter.

2. Proflame Receiver and a wiring harness to connect the Receiver to the gas valve, stepper motor and Fan Control Module.

3. Proflame Fan Control Module (FCM)

TRANSMITTER (Remote Control with LCD

Display)

The Proflame Transmitter uses a streamline design with a simple button layout and informative LCD display (Figure 99).

The Transmitter is powered by three (3) AAA type batteries. A

Mode Key is provided to Index between the features and a Ther- mostat Key is used to turn on/off or index through Thermostat functions (Figure 103 & 104).

Figure 103: Proflame Transmitter.

Figure 104: Proflame Transmitter LCD Screen.

Split Flow

RECEIVER

The Proflame Receiver (Figure 101) connects directly to the gas valve, stepper motor, DFC, and Fan Control Module with a wiring harness.The

Receiver is powered by 110 V and uses four (4) AA type batteries for backup. The Receiver accepts commands via radio frequency from the

Transmitter to operate the appliance in accordance with the particular

Proflame system configuration. The Receiver three (3) position slider switch can be set to one of three positions: ON (Manual Override),

Remote (Remote control), or Off.

Figure 105: Proflame Receiver.

FAN CONTROL MODULE

Fan Control Module (FCM) offers the added ability to control the fan speed through six (6) speeds, a remotely actuated 120V outlet and a constantly powered 120V outlet.The FCM provides

DC power to the Receiver allowing the batteries to be used only when line power is interrupted or lost (see Figure 106).

Figure 106: Proflame Fan Control Module.

WALL MOUNTING THE RECEIVER:

The receiver can be placed inside a standard Junction type wall box either by itself or in combination with a light dimmer control. This installation can tak e place up to 8’ft (2.4m) from the appliance control valve.

Slider

Switch

Receiver

J-Box

1. Connect the wiring harness to the back of the Receiver.

2. Install the Receiver in the Junction box using the existing J box screws

(Figure 59).

3. Insert the four (4) AA type batteries in the battery compartment with the correct polarity.

4. Place the slider into the cover plate.

5. Put the Receiver switch in the

“OFF” position.

6. Make sure the Receiver and cover plate words

“ON” and “UP” are on the same side.

7. Align the slider with the switch on the Receiver and couple the switch into the slider.

8. Align the screw holes.

9. Using the two (2) screws provided secure the cover plate to the Re- ceiver.

Wall Plate

OPERATING PROCEDURE:

I

nitializing The System For The First Time

Install the four (4) AA batteries into the receiver battery bay. Note the

Figure 107: Wall Mounting the Receiver. polarity of the battery and insert into the battery bay as indicated on the

Battery cover (+/-). Place the 3-position slider switch in the

“Remote” position. Using the end of a paper clip, or other similar object, insert the end of the paper clip into the hole marked

“PRG” on the Receiver front cover.

The Receiver will

“beep” three (3) times to indicate that it is ready to synchronize with a Transmitter. Install the three (3) AAA type batteries in the Transmitter battery bay, located on the base of the Transmitter. With the batteries already installed in the Transmitter, push the

‘ON’ button.

The Receiver will

“beep” four (4) times to indicate the Transmitter’s command is accepted and sets to the particular code of that Transmitter. The system is now initialized.

Temperature Indication Display

With the system in the

“OFF” position, press the Thermostat Key and the Mode Key at the same time. Look at the LCD screen on the transmitter to verify that a °C or °F is visible to the right of the Room Temperature display.

T

urn on the Appliance

Press the ON/OFF Key on the Transmitter. The Transmitter display will show all active Icons on the screen. A single

“beep” from the Receiver will confirm reception of the command and will commence to first ignite the pilot light, followed by the main burner. This should take about 10 seconds to complete.

Turn off the Appliance

Press the ON/OFF Key on the Transmitter. The Transmitter

LCD display will only show the room temperature and Icon (see

Figure 61). A single

“beep” from the Receiver confirms reception of the command and both the pilot light (if the unit is not set to continuous pilot) and main burner will turn off.

Room Thermostat (Transmitter Operation)

The Remote Control can operate as a room thermostat. The thermostat can be set to a desired temperature to control the

Figure 108: Remote Control Display in Fahrenheit and Celsius. comfort level in a room. To activate this function, press the Thermostat Key. The LCD display on the Transmitter will change to show that the room thermostat is

“ON” and the set temperature is now displayed . To adjust the set temperature, press the Up or Down Arrow Keys until the desired set temperature is displayed on the LCD screen of the Transmitter.

SMART THERMOSTAT (TRANSMITTER OPERATION)

The Smart Thermostat function adjusts the flame height in accordance to the difference between the set point temperature and the actual room temperatures. As the room temperature gets closer to the set point the Smart Function will modulate the flame down. To activate this function, press the Thermostat Key (until the word

“SMART” appears to the right of the temperature bulb graphic (Figure 106). To adjust the set temperature, press the Up or Down Arrow Keys until the desired set temperature is displayed on the LCD screen of the Transmitter.

REMOTE FLAME CONTROL

The Proflame GTMFS has six (6) flame levels. With the system on, and the flame level at the maximum in the appliance, pressing the Down Arrow Key once will reduce the flame height by one step until the flame is turned off. The Up Arrow Key will increase the flame height each time it is pressed. If the Up Arrow Key is pressed while the system is on but the flame is off, the flame will come on in the high position (refer to Figure 107). A single

“beep” will confirm reception of the command.

REMOTE ACTUATED ACCENT LIGHTS

Room Temperature

Thermostat ON

Set Temperature

Figure 109: Remote Control Displays Set

Temperature.

The L965E is shipped with two (2) firebox accent lights. They are connected to the auxiliary power outlet of the Proflame Fan Control Module. The lights can be turned on or off using the Auxiliary function on your remote control. Press the Mode Key on the remote control until the Auxiliary

Function icon is highlighted. Pressing the Up or Down arrow keys will turn the accent lights on or off. A single

“beep” will confirm the reception of the command

Figure 110: Remote Control

’s Smart Flame Function.

Flame Off

Flame Level 5

Flame Level 1

Maximum Flame Level

Figure 111: Remote Control

’s Flame Levels.

KEY LOCK

This function will lock the keys to avoid unsupervised operation.

To activate this function, press the MODE and UP keys at the same time and the a lock will appear (see Figure 109). To de- activate this function, press the MODE and UP Keys at the same time.

LOW BATTERY POWER DETECTION

Transmitter: The life span of the remote control batteries depends on various factors: quality of the batteries used, the number of ignitions of the appliance, the number of changes to the room thermostat set point, etc. When the

Transmitter batteries are low, a Battery Icon will appear on the LCD display of the Transmitter (see Figure110) before all battery power is lost. When the batteries are replaced this

Icon will disappear.

Receiver: The life span of the Receiver batteries depends on various factors: quality of the batteries used, the number of ignitions of the appliance, the number of changes to the room thermostat set point, etc. When the Receiver batteries are low, No

“beep” will be emitted from the Receiver when it receives an On/Off command from the Transmitter. This is an alert for a low battery condition for the Receiver. When the batteries are replaced the

“beep” will be emitted from the

Receiver when the ON/OFF Key is pressed (See

Initializing

The System For The First Time).

Figure 112: Remote Control with Aux for Accent Lights.

Figure 113: Remote Control

Locked.

Figure 114: Low Battery Indicator.

MANUAL BYPASS OF THE REMOTE SYSTEM

If the batteries of the Receiver or Transmitter are low or depleted, the appliance can be turned on manually by sliding the three position slider switch on the Receiver to the ON position. This will bypass the remote control feature of the system and the appliance main burner will come on.

SPLIT VALVE OPERATION

The split flow operation on the L965E/ HZ965E turns off the rear section of the burner, greatly reducing the heat output of the unit. If you

’d like to have the fireplace on but would not like

Figure 115: Split Valve Indicator. to have as much heat in the room, you can turn off this function. Press the bottom key of your remote repeatedly until the double flame icon is lit up (refer to Figure 115). By pressing the up or down key, turn the rear split valve to

“on” or “off”. The rear flame on the burner will turn on and off. This does not affect the flame setting of the remaining flame. Turning off the rear section of this burner may result in an extinguishing

“pop”, particularly if your fireplace is operating on propane gas

WARNING: Fire Hazard. Can cause severe injury or death The Receiver causes ignition of the appliance. The appliance can turn on suddenly. Keep away from the appliance burner when operating the remote system or activating manual by

pass of the remote system.

WARNING: Shock Hazard. Can cause severe injury or death. This device is powered by line voltage. Do Do not try to repair this device. In no way is the enclosure to be tampered with or opened. Disconnect from line voltage before

performing any maintenance.

WARNING: Devices rated more than 5A shall not be connected to the OUT receptacle. Devices rated more than 1A shall

not be connected to the FAN receptacle. Devices rated more than 2A shall not be connected to the AUX receptacle.

CAUTION: Property Damage Hazard. Excessive heat can cause property damage. The appliance can stay lit for many hours. Turn off the appliance if it is not going to be attended for any length of time. Always place the Transmitter where

children cannot reach it.

AIR SHUTTER ADJUSTMENT:

The L965E/ HZ965E is setup to work with two (2) gas orifices. The orifice on the left (looking from the front) feeds the front burner while the right feeds the rear burner, which can also be switched off using the remote control.

Each orifice has its own Air Shutter. The Air Shutter is connected to an Adjustment Lever that is accessible from the front and bottom of the firebox. These

Air Shutters can be adjusted during the operation of the fireplace.

This Figure 68 shows the fireplace with the door and the burners removed. This is to better show the Air Shutters and the Adjustment Levers. The Door/Air

Shutter Tool (see Figure 116) has a small slots on one end. These slots can be used to engage the vertical section of the adjustment lever to move the klever forward or rearward. Moving the Lever towards you opens the Air Shutter, while moving it rearward, closes the Air Shutter.

Air shutters should be adjusted so that the gas flame burns with a blue base and a bright yellow upper section. Air shutters set to closed will lead to a dirty flame which may lead to soot gathering on the logs and/or glass panel. Properly set Air Shutters will result in a very blue flame for the first fifteen (15) minutes of operations with the flame becoming more yellow as the unit comes up to operating temperature.

Table 2: Air Shutter Settings.

LP

Left Right

Glass / Media Burner

Open Open

NG Open Open

LP Open

1/8” (3mm) Open

Log Set/ Ember Bed Burner

NG Open

1

/

16

” (2mm) Open

Figure 116: Air Shutter Adjustment.

Ignition Information

1. The Proflame DFC Board will try two (2) times for ignition.

2. Each try for ignition will last 60 seconds.

3. The wait time between the two tries is 35 seconds.

4. If the appliance does not light after the second try for ignition (60 second duration) the appliance will go into lockout.

5. To remove appliance from lockout:

Locate the receiver on the wall and move the slide switch to the <OFF> position for a minimum of 2 seconds.

After 2 seconds, slide the switch back to <REMOTE> and/or <ON> position and retry.

WIRING HARNESS

Caution: Label all wires

prior to disconnection when servicing controls,

Wiring errors can cause improper and dangerous operation. Verify proper operation after servicing.

LIGHTING INSTRUCTION LABEL:

CAUTION:

Hot while operating. Do not touch. Severe burns may result. Keep children, clothing, furniture, gasoline or other flammable vapors away.

CAUTION:

Do not operate this fireplace with the glass removed, cracked or broken.

Replacement of the panel(s) should be done by a licensed or qualified person! This appliance needs fresh air for safe operation and must be installed with provisions for combustion and ventilation air. See installation and operating instructions manual.

Keep burner and control compartment clean.

WARNING:

Improper installation, adjustment, alteration, service or maintenance can cause injury or property damage, or loss of life. Refer to owner's manual provided with this appliance. See installation and operating instructions accompanying appliance. Installation and service must be performed by a qualified installer, service agency, or the gas supplier.

FOR YOUR SAFETY READ BEFORE OPERATING

WARNING:

IF YOU DO NOT FOLLOW THESE INSTRUCTIONS EXACTLY, A FIRE OR EXPLOSION

MAY RESULT CAUSING PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR LOSS OF LIFE.

A) This appliance is equipped with an ignition device which automatically lights the pilot. Do not try to light the pilot by hand.

C) If any portion of this appliance does not operate as the instructions indicate, don't try to repair it, call a qualified service technician. Do not

B) BEFORE LIGHTING smell all around the appliance area for gas and next to the floor because some gas is heavier than air and will settle on the floor.

WHAT TO DO IF YOU SMELL GAS: use tools. Force or attempted repair may result in a fire or explosion.

D) Do not use this appliance if any

Do not try to light any appliance. Do not touch any electrical switch: do not use any phone in your part has been under water.

Immediately call a qualified service building. Immediately call your gas supplier from a technician to inspect the appliance neighbors' phone. Follow the gas suppliers and to replace any part of the instructions. If you cannot reach your gas supplier, call the fire department. control system and any gas control which has been under water.

OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS

1. STOP! Read the safety information above on this label.

2. Read the owner's manual including the section on "Remote

Control" operation.

6. This appliance is equipped with a completely automatic ignition and lighting control. The control will attempt to light the pilot several

3. Do not attempt to light the pilot by hand. timesif necessary. If it is unsuccessful, it will discontinue operations. If the appliance does

4. If you smell gas, STOP! Follow "B" in the safety information above on this label. If you don't smell gas, go to the next step. not operate, follow the instructions "To Turn Off Gas To

Appliance" and call your service technician or gas supplier.

5. Using the remote control, set thermostat to desired setting, or switch press the ON/OFF key on the remote. "ON" will be indicated on the display of the remote and an audible

"beep" will be heard at the unit to idicate the command has been received.

Blue LCD Display

ON/OFF Key

THERMOSTAT Key

UP/DOWN Arrow Key

MODE Key

TO TURN OFF GAS TO APPLIANCE

1. Set thermostat to lowest setting, or press the ON/OFF Key. "OFF" will be indicated on the display and an audible "Beep" will be heard at the unit to indicate the command has been received.

C-11800

Figure 117 Lighting Label.

AIR INTAKE:

If for any reason, during the life of this appliance, any portion of the fresh air intake system including the vent termination, vent components or any portion of the air intake that transfers fresh combustion air from the starter collar on the top of the unit to the air intake at the bottom rear of the firebox is disassembled, it must be re-assembled as instructed in the installation portion of the manual. All air intake components must be re-sealed using high temperature sealant or ceramic gaskets as provided by the manufacturer or as shown in the vent installation area of the manual. This process should be completed by a qualified hearth installation technician. Periodic examination of venting systems should be done by a qualified agency.

LIGHT BULB REPLACEMENT

The L965 comes with 2 accent lights in the rear of the fireplace. These are halogen lights that will need replacing from time to time, depending on use. They can be purchased from most hardware stores or speciality lighting stores. The bulb specifications are:

Halogen bulb 120V 50W GY6.36 (lower wattages may be used).

Before replacing the light bulbs, let the unit cool completely to room temperature. In order to replace this bulb, you need to remove the fireplace door, logs, burners and firebox liners. See each specific section in this manual for instructions on how to remove these components. The light is situated in a light cover that is located on the back wall of the firebox.

To remove the light cover, lift the cover about

½” and pull towards you. Lift the old bulb from the socket and replace it with the new bulb. It

’s best not to contact the bulb with your hands. Oils from your skin will diminish the bulbs life. Use paper or the wrapper that the bulb comes in to keep from touching the bulb. If you prefer, the bulb can be replaced with a lower wattage if you

’d like to reduce the bulbs effects in the firebox. Re-assemble the various components in the reverse order. Ensure the light covers are replaced prior to operating the appliance.

CLEANING / ANNUAL SERVICE:

The 965/HZ965will require maintenance, which can usually be planned on an annual basis. Service should include cleaning, battery replacement, light replacement, venting inspection and inspection of the burner, log sets and firebox liners. The venting systems should be periodically examined by a qualified agency.

CLEANING THE GLASS:

Figure 118: Replacing Light Bulb. When the fireplace has cooled, remove the face of the fireplace along with the glass. See m aIntenance a nD s ervIce

- g lass

D oor r emoval

. Check the gasket material on the back of the glass, making sure that it is attached and intact.

During a cold start up, condensation will sometimes form on the glass. This is a normal condition with all fireplaces. However, this condensation can allow dust and lint to cling to the glass surface. Initial paint curing of the appliance can leave a slight film behind the glass, a temporary problem. The glass will need cleaning about two weeks after installation. Use a mild glass cleaner and a soft cloth; abrasive cleaners will damage the glass and plated surfaces. Depending on the amount of use, the glass should require cleaning no more than two or three times a season. Do not clean the glass when it is hot.

REPLACING GLASS:

The glass in the fireplace is a high temperature ceramic. If the glass is damaged in any way, a factory replacement is required (see P arts l

Ist

- c omPonents

).

Wear gloves when handling damaged glass door assembly to prevent personal injury. When the glass door assembly is being transported, it must be wrapped in newsprint and tape and/or a strong plastic bag. Do not operate with the glass front removed, cracked or broken. Removal and replacement of the glass from the door must be done by a licensed or qualified service person. The glass must be purchased from an authorized Regency dealer, part #50-2002.

No substitute materials are allowed.

BURNER & FIREBOX CLEANING:

The flow of combustion and ventilation air not to be obstructed. Periodic maintenance should include cleaning of the firebox, burner and log effects. Refer to the sections on glass door removal, log and or burner installation to remove the glass door, log set (if equipped), burner trim pieces and burners. Using a vacuum with a soft brush attachment, clean out any dust, lint or debris from the floor of the firebox. Using a soft brush, gently remove any dirt or debris from the top surface of the burner. Using the same brush, gently brush away any carbon deposits that have built up on the surface of the logs. Re-install all of these components as shown in the setup / installation portion of this guide. Clean both surfaces of the window glass using commercial glass cleaner and clean soft cloths. Securely re-install the glass door onto the fireplace.

TROUBLESHOOTING

Problem

Thermostat does not work

No spark generation

Possible Cause

The pilot flame has gone out

The On/Off switch is turn to OFF

The thermostat is set too high

Spark develops near the pilot assembly or could occur onboard

Solution

· Turn it ON

· Set the thermostat to a lower temperature

· Check pilot assembly wiring

· Check for broken or poor connection from the sparker to the electrode

· Check for the spark shorting or arcing at other locations

No pilot flame ignition

No spark from the igniter

Air in the gas line

Pilot gas pressure dropout upon main burner gas valve opening

No gas flow out of the pilot burner

· Check for defective sparker and spark electrode

· See

“no spark generation”

· It takes a while for all the air to purge out of the pilot before gas can reach the pilot and ignite

· Check gas mains supply and pressure

· Check gas valve wirings and connections to the board

· Check the pilot burner for obstruction

· Check the wirings and connections between the pilot assembly and the board

· Check the correct gas type settings on the valve and pilot burner assembly orifice

Pilot will not remain lit

Problem with Flame Sensor circuit

· Check for proper connection of the Flame Sensor to the DFC board

· Check pilot for full flame impingement around Flame Sensor

Restrictor setting

· If flame is too small, check gas pressure, adjust pilot rate screw, check pilot head for damage

· Ensure the ground wire is properly attached to the pilot mounting bracket and that it is makes a good electrical connection.

· Use the correct restrictor setting for the venting configuration

Remote control does not work

No reaction to command

The pilot light has gone out · See

“Pilot will not remain lit”

The remote is too far away from the heater · Use the remote closer to the heater

The remote control receiver is turned

“OFF”

· Check the remote control instructions

One of the two remote control or receiver batteries are dead

· Replace the batteries

Receiver or transmitter batteries are low

A maximum number of failed ignitions or flame restorations have been reached.

· Replace the batteries

· Remove any possible blocking conditions. See

“locking conditions”

· See how to reset the board from Lockout

No communication between the remote control and the receiver

· Reprogram the transmitter to the receiver.

· Follow the initializing system for the first time

TROUBLESHOOTING

Problem

Locking conditions

Possible Cause

Reset the Proflame DFC board

Solution

· Turn the system off by pressing the ON/OFF button on the transmitter

· After approximately 2 seconds press the ON/OFF button on the transmitter again.

· In the manual flame control mode, use the down arrow button to reduce the flame to off, indicated by the word OFF displayed on the transmitter

LCD screen.

· Wait approximately 2 seconds and press the up arrow button, the ignition sequence will start.

· With the transmitter off, move the slider switch on the receiver to the

OFF position.

· Wait approximately 2 seconds and move the receiver slider switch to the

ON position.

Main burners will not start

The pilot flame has gone out · See

“Pilot will not remain lit”

The remote control is not working correctly · Replace the batteries

The thermostat is disconnected or set too high

· Set the thermostat to a lower temperature

Problem with thermopile circuit

· Check gas line pressure

· Check wiring to thermostat for breaks

· Check for flame impingement on thermopile

Flame lifting

Leak in vent pipe

Improper vent configuration

Terminal may be re-circulating flue gases

· Check for leaks in vent connections

· Check vent configuration with manual

· Check to see if terminal is on correctly

· May need to install high wind termination cap.

Blue Flames

The heater has just been started

· Contact dealer

· Normal during start up: flame will yellow as the fireplace heats up

Improper air shutter adjustment · Adjust air shutter

– contact your dealer

Glass fogs up

Flames are burning

“dirty” or sooting

Normal condition: after the appliance warms up the glass will be clear.

The logs or glasses are placed incorrectly

**Due to additives in gas, glass may get hazy during operation** Clean as needed.

· Check log positioning

· Check level of glasses layout

· Increase primary air by opening the air shutter and/or by opening the vent restrictor

Improper air shutter adjustment

· Check for proper venting and blockage of the vent termination

Incorrect rating input

· See also

“Burners will not remain lit”

· Check manifold pressure and clock input rating for over-firing

APPENDIX A - OPTIONAL REDUCED CEILING HEIGHT INSTALLATION

The L965E/HZ965E can be installed with the reduced ceiling height as shown in this diagram. If you are limited by ceiling heights, particularly when installing a raised hearth, you can install the unit observing the clearances outline in this diagram. The main difference is the install depth is changed to

26½” (673mm) to compensate for the reduced vertical clearances. The width and framing dimensions remain unchanged to the regular installations shown earlier in this manual.

44-3/4" (1137mm)

**52-5/16"

(1329mm)

PARTS LIST

2

3

5

7

Item Part Description

1 706-010 Glass Door Assembly

8

9

16

17

18

19

20

22

13

14

15

10

12

27

28

30

706-009

706-908

706-048

706-902

706-904

706-905

706-525

Door Tool

Panel Set - Porcelain L965E

Panel Set - Porcelain HZ965E

Brick Panel Set - Old town red

Brick Panel Set - Castlestone

Brick Panel Set - Ledgestone

Burner - Glass

706-530

706-930

946-775

Burner - Log / Ember Bed

Log Set

Glass Crystals - Black

946-776

946-777

Glass Crystals - Copper

Glass Crystals - Starfire

50-1978 Refractory Burner Trim Black

706-574/P Valve Assembly - NG

706-576/P Valve Assembly - LP

911-084 Valve Only NG

911-085 Valve Only LP

911-030

911-012

911-016

706-021

911-032

Fan Controller Module

DFC (Digital Fireplace Control)

Remote Receiver

Transmitter

Wire Harness - Receiver

911-013

911-006

911-007

706-026

706-921

706-922

706-540

Wire Harness - IPI

Pilot Assembly - NG

Pilot Assembly - LP

Vent Restrictor Set

Regency Heat Distribution Kit

Power Vent Kit

Safety Screen

38

39

Item Part Description

36 706-969 LPG Conversion Kit

37 706-968

910-100

910-101

910-432

706-005

911-037

706-007

706-008

919-088

706-028

706-029

706-032

706-039

911-038

706-003

706-059

706-060

706-061

706-062

946-693

946-694

NG Conversion Kit

Pilot Orifice (Injector) NG Threaded

Pilot Orifice (Injector) LP Threaded

Sit Pilot Tube W/end Ferules - 1 Pc

Light Bulbs Set Of 2 Part

Pilot Flame Sensor (Long Ceramic)

Pilot Bypass Switch

Valve Access Panel Gasket

Manual

Halogen socket/bulb/wire

Main Orifice Tray Gasket

Light Bulb Cover (Specify Colour)

Door Gasket (20ft)

Spark Electrode W/ignitor Cable

Halogen Cycle (Pin Socket)

#55 Burner orifice - LP

#53 Burner orifice - LP

#45 Burner orifice - NG

#41 Burner orfice - NG

Stepper Motor - NG

Stepper Motor - LP

Regency Fireplace Products is the manufacturer of the Regency line of heating products. At Regency, our commitment to the highest level of quality and customer service is the most important thing we do. Each Regency stove is built on a tradition of using only the finest materials and is backed by our Exclusive Lifetime Limited Warranty to the original purchaser. With Regency, you’re not just buying a fireplace or stove, you’re buying a company with years of unequalled performance and quality.

Limited Seven (7) Year Warranty:

Under this warranty, Regency Fireplace Products covers the fireplace or stove body and accessories against defects in materials and workmanship, for part repair or replacement for seven (7) years and subsidized* labour for the first three

(3) years to the original purchaser. This Warranty covers: Firebox, Heat Exchanger, Steel Firebox Panels, Ceramic Logs

& Panels, Burner, Ceramic Glass, Pedestals, Panels and Legs. Please see the exclusions and limitation section below as certain restrictions and exclusions apply to this warranty.

Limited Two (2) Year Warranty:

Under this warranty, Regency Fireplace Products covers: Gas Assembly, Pilot Assemblies, Flame Sensors, Flame Electrodes,

Temperature Sensors, Remote Controls and Wire Harness against defects in materials and workmanship, for part repair or replacement for the first two (2) years and subsidized* labour for the first one (1) year to the original purchaser. Please see the exclusions and limitation section below as certain restrictions and exclusions apply to this warranty.

*Subsidized according to job scale as predetermined by Regency.

To the Dealer

When filling out a warranty claim, please complete the following information on an official warranty claim form:

Customer information: Name, address and telephone number of purchaser and date of purchase.

Dealer information: Date of installation, name of installer and dealer, serial number of the appliance, nature of complaint, defects or malfunction, description and part numbers of any parts replaced.

To the Distributor

Sign and verify that work and information are correct.

Exclusions and Limitations:

1. This Warranty does not cover tarnish, discoloration or wear on the plating or paint.

2. This Warranty excludes wear and tear or breakage caused by cleaning, moving or service on log set and panels.

3. A qualified installer must install this stove or fireplace. This Limited Warranty covers defects in materials and workmanship only if the product has been installed in accordance with local building and fire codes; in their absence, refer to the owner’s manual. If the product is damaged or broken as a result of any alteration, wilful abuse, mishandling, accident, neglect, or misuse of the product, the Limited Warranty does not apply.

4. The stove must be operated and maintained at all times in accordance with the instructions in the Owner’s Manual.

If the unit shows signs of neglect or misuse, it is not covered under the terms of this Warranty policy. Performance problems due to operator error will not be covered by the Limited Warranty policy.

5. As this is a heating appliance, some changes in colour of surface finishes may occur. This is not a flaw and as such is not covered under this warranty.

6. Some minor expansion, contraction, or movement of certain parts and resulting noise, is normal and not a defect and, therefore, is not covered under this Limited Warranty.

7. Misuse includes over-firing. Over-firing this appliance can cause serious damage and will nullify the Limited Warranty.

8. The Limited Warranty will cover glass thermal breakage only and will not cover misuse of the stove glass, including but not limited to glass that is struck, has surface contaminates or has had harsh or abrasive cleaners used on it.

9. This warranty does not cover products made or provided by other manufacturers and used in conjunction with the operation of this stove without prior authorization from Regency Fireplace Products The use of such products may nullify the Limited Warranty on this stove. If unsure as to the extent of this Limited Warranty, contact your authorized

Regency dealer before installation.

10. Regency Fireplace Products will not be responsible for inadequate performance caused by environmental conditions.

11. The Limited Warranty does not cover installation and operational related problems caused by downdrafts or spillage caused by environmental conditions. Environmental conditions include but are not limited to nearby trees, buildings, roof tops, wind, hills, mountains, inadequate venting or ventilation, excessive offsets, negative air pressures or other influences caused by mechanical systems such as furnaces, fans, clothes dryers etc.

12. The Limited Warranty is void if: a) The stove has been operated in atmospheres contaminated by chlorine, fluorine or other damaging chemicals. b) The stove is subject to submersion in water or prolonged periods of dampness or condensation. c) Any damage to the unit, combustion chamber or other components due to water, or weather damage which is the result of, but not limited to, improper chimney/venting installation. c) Salt air in coastal areas or high humidity can be corrosive to the finish; these environments can cause rusting.

Damage caused by salt air or high humidity is not covered by the Limited Warranty.

13. Exclusions to the Limited Warranty include: injury, loss of use, damage, failure to function due to accident, negligence, misuse, improper installation, alteration or adjustment of the manufacturer’s settings of components, lack of proper and regular maintenance, alteration, or act of God.

14. The Limited Warranty does not cover damage caused to the fireplace or stove while in transit. If this occurs, do not operate the stove and contact your courier and/or dealer.

15. Limited Warranty does not extend to or include firebox paint, door or glass gaskets with damage caused by normal wear and tear, or exterior paint discoloration or chipping, worn gaskets, etc.

16. The Limited Warranty does not include damage to the unit caused by abuse, improper installation, or modification of the unit.

17. Damage to plated surfaces caused by fingerprints, scratches, melted items, or other external scores and residues left on the plated surfaces from the use of abrasive cleaners or polishes is not covered in this warranty.

18. The Limited Warranty does not cover tarnish, discoloration or wear on the plated surfaces.

19. The paint on the Metal Brick Liner may peel. This is due to the extreme conditions applied to the paint during normal usage. It is not a flaw and is not covered under warranty.

20. Regency Fireplace Products is free of liability for any damages caused by the fireplace or stove, as well as inconvenience expenses and materials. The Limited Warranty does not cover incidental or consequential damages.

21. The Limited Warranty does not cover any loss or damage incurred by the use or removal of any component or apparatus to or from the Regency fireplace or stove without the express written permission of Regency Fireplace

Products and bearing a Regency Fireplace Products label of approval.

22. Any statement or representation of Regency products and their performance contained in Regency advertising, packaging literature, or printed material is not part of the Limited Warranty.

23. The Limited Warranty is automatically voided if the fireplace or stove’s serial number has been removed or altered in any way. If the stove is used for commercial purposes, it is excluded from the Limited Warranty.

24. No dealer, distributor, or similar person has the authority to represent or warrant Regency products beyond the terms contained within the Limited Warranty. Regency Fireplace Products assumes no liability for such warranties or representations.

25. Regency Fireplace Products will not cover the cost of the removal or re-installation of the stove, hearth, facing, mantels, venting or other components.

26. Subsidized labour to replace or repair items under this Limited Warranty will be covered per our warranty service fee reimbursement schedule. Labour rates are set per component and as such total labour costs may not be covered.

27. Regency Fireplace Products is not liable for freight or labour on any stove replaced in-fi eld and is not liable for travel costs for service work. In the event of in-home repair work, the customer will pay any in-home travel fees or service charges required by the Authorized Dealer.

28. At no time will Regency Fireplace Products be liable for any consequential damages which exceed the purchase price of the unit. Regency Fireplace Products has no obligation to enhance or modify any stove once manufactured

(example: as a stove evolves, field modifications or upgrades will not be performed).

29. This Limited Warranty is applicable only to the original purchaser and it is non-transferable.

30. This warranty only covers Regency products that are purchased through an authorized Regency dealer.

31. If for any reason any section of the Limited Warranty is declared invalid, the balance of the warranty remains in effect and all other clauses shall remain in effect.

32. The Limited Warranty is the only warranty supplied by Regency Fireplace Products, the manufacturer of the stove.

All other warranties, whether expressed or implied, are hereby expressly disclaimed and purchaser’s recourse is expressly limited to the Limited Warranty.

33. Regency Fireplace Products and its employees or representatives will not assume any damages, either directly or indirectly, caused by improper usage, operation, installation, servicing or maintenance of this stove.

34. Regency Fireplace Products reserves the right to make changes without notice. Please complete and mail the warranty registration card and have the installer fill in the installation data sheet in the back of the manual for warranty and future reference.

35. Regency Fireplace Products is responsible for stocking parts for a maximum of seven (7) years after discontinuing the manufacture or incorporation of the item into its products. An exception to this would be if an OEM supplier is not able to supply a part.

36. It is the responsibility of the home owner to service and maintain the appliance. If any claims are sent to FPI, you may be asked for service records to ensure the appliance has been maintained. Retain all receipts for both service and/or parts which may have been replaced. Lack of service/maintenance is the largest contributor to malfunction of an appliance and is not covered under the terms of this warranty.

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