Avalon Stoves Arbor PS user manual

User manual for the device Avalon Stoves Arbor PS

Device: Avalon Stoves Arbor PS
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Number of pages: 42
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Arbor
Pellet Stove
• Horizontal Or Vertical Vent
• Freestanding Stove
• Mobile Home Approved
• Class A Chimney Retrofit
• Hearth Stove into Existing
Masonry Chimney , Masonry
Fireplace, or Z.C. Fireplace
Tested and Listed by
Omni-Test Laboratories, Inc.
Beaverton, Oregon
Report # 028-S-77-2
ASTM E1509-2004
-- Please read this entire manual before installation and use of this pellet fuel-
burning room heater. Failure to follow these instructions could result in property
damage, bodily injury, o

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2 Introduction Introduction We welcome you as a new owner of an Arbor pellet heater. In purchasing an Arbor you have joined the growing ranks of concerned individuals whose selection of an energy system reflects both a concern for the environment and aesthetics. The Arbor is one of the finest home heaters the world over. This manual will explain the installation, operation, and maintenance of this pellet-burning heater. Please familiarize yourself with the Owner's Manual before operating yo

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Table of Contents 3 Introduction Operation (continued) Introduction......................................................2 Manual Mode.....................................................22 Important Information .........................................2 Auto Mode........................................................23 Restrictor Adjustment.........................................24 Safety Precautions Adjusting the Fan Speed......................................24 Safety Precautions ..........

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Gas 4 Safety Precautions • Do not operate the • Contact your local building heater if you smell officials to obtain a permit smoke coming from and information on any the heater. Turn the installation restrictions or MODE switch to inspection requirements Ok "OFF", monitor your in your area. Notify your heater, and call your insurance company of this dealer. heater as well. • Never use gasoline, • The exhaust system must gasoline-type lantern fuel, be completely airtight and kerosene, charcoal

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Safety Precautions 5 • The heater will not operate • This heater must be during a power outage. If connected to a standard a power outage does 115 V., 60 Hz grounded occur, check the heater electrical outlet. Do not for smoke spillage and use an adapter plug or open a window if any sever the grounding plug. smoke spills into the room. Do not route the electrical cord underneath, in front of, or over the heater. • Keep foreign objects out • When installed in a mobile ? of the hopper. home, the

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6 Specifications Heating Specifications Approximate Maximum Heating Capacity (in square feet)* ........................................800 to 2,250 Sq. Feet Burn Rate (Pounds per Hour)**............................................................................1.7 to 5.5 Maximum Burn Time on Low Burn** ......................................................................29 Hours Hopper Capacity ..............................................................................................50 Pou

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Installation (For Qualified Installers Only) 7 Before You Begin READ THIS ENTIRE MANUAL BEFORE YOU INSTALL AND USE THIS HEATER. FAILURE TO FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTIONS MAY RESULT IN PROPERTY DAMAGE, BODILY INJURY, OR EVEN DEATH. Check with local building officials for any permits required for installation of this pellet heater and notify your insurance company before proceeding with installation. Packing List • Thermostat & Wire • Scraper Rod Tool • Brush • Spare Fuse • Bottle Brus

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8 Installation (For Qualified Installers Only) Clearances - Straight Installation Through the Wall Installations Interior Vertical Vents AA A AA A AAAAAAAA 3” Minimum 2” AA A A AAAAAA A Minimum 3” Minimum “Tee” AAAAAAA A AAAAAA A A AAAAA A A AAAAAA A A AAAAA A A AAAAAA A A AAAAA A A AAAAAA A A AAAAA A A AAAAAA A 7” Minimum 7” Minimum A AAAAA A A AAAAAA A A AAAAA A A AAAAAA A Floor Protection 6” Minimum A AAAAA A A AAAAAA A 6” Minimum AAAAAAA AAAAAAAA Clearances - Corner Installation Through th

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Installation (For Qualified Installers Only) 9 Venting the Pellet Stove • PELLET VENT MUST MAINTAIN A MINIMUM 3" CLEARANCE TO ANY COMBUSTIBLE (INSTALL VENT AT CLEARANCES SPECIFIED BY THE VENT MANUFACTURER). • DO NOT CONNECT THE PELLET VENT TO A VENT SERVING ANY OTHER APPLIANCE OR STOVE. • DO NOT INSTALL A FLUE DAMPER IN THE EXHAUST VENTING SYSTEM OF THIS UNIT. • USE AN APPROVED WALL THIMBLE WHEN PASSING THE VENT THROUGH WALLS AND A CEILING SUPPORT/FIRE STOP SPACER WHEN PASSING THE VENT THROUGH C

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10 Installation (For Qualified Installers Only) Pellet Vent Type • Must be 4" diameter Type "L" (except for masonry fireplace installations) - or - connect the vent to a factory built type "A" chimney. All vent joints (including adapters, elbows, etc…) must be sealed with 500° F. RTV silicone. Installing the Pellet Vent Seal each vent section (including adapters, elbows, etc...) by injecting a liberal amount of 500° F. RTV silicone into the gap between sections. • Horizontal sections must

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Installation (For Qualified Installers Only) 11 Mobile Home Requirements • Outside air is required (used for combustion) - see the directions below. • The heater must be bolted to the floor (Some states do not require this; check with your local building department). See the illustration to the right. • The heater must be grounded to the steel chassis of the mobile home (Some states do not require this; check with your local building department). WARNING: DO NOT INSTALL IN SLEEPING ROOM. CAUTIO

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12 Installation (For Qualified Installers Only) Alcove Installation Requirements When the pellet stove is placed in a location where the ceiling height is less than 7' tall, it is considered an alcove installation. Because of the reduced height, the requirements listed below must be met. • Minimum height is 55" • Maximum depth is 48" • Minimum width is 41-1/4" • Minimum clearance of 7" on each side and 3" on back Baffle Installation Install the baffles included with the stove (see page 29 for d

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Installation (For Qualified Installers Only) 13 Thermostat Installation ! Do not connect 120 VAC to the thermostat circuit of this heater (do not use a household thermostat used for a wall-board or other electical heater). A thermostat is included with this heater (part # 99300650). Follow the directions below to install. 1 Attach the thermostat wire to the circuit board Pull the cover off the thermostat (see the illustration below). Route the wire through the back of the heater (away from any

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14 Installation (For Qualified Installers Only) Installation Example: Direct "Through-the-wall" Installation Horizontal Rain Cap Type "L" Vent 12” Minimum House Shield (used to protect exterior wall from soot A discoloration) is HIGHLY RECOMMENDED A A A A A Wall Thimble (note 3” clearance A A between vent and 3” Minimum Seal each vent combustibles) AAAAAAAA section (including adapters, elbows, A AAAAAA A etc...) by injecting a A AAAAAA A liberal amount of A AAAAAA A 500° F. RTV silico

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Installation (For Qualified Installers Only) 15 Installation Example: Interior Vertical Installation AAAAAAAA 3” Minimum 2” A AAAAAA A Minimum “Tee” A AAAAAA A A AAAAAA A A AAAAAA A A AAAAAA A A AAAAAA A 7” Minimum A AAAAAA A Floor Protection A AAAAAA A A AAAAAA A 6” Minimum Vertical Cap A AAAAAA A AAAAAAAA 24” Minimum Storm Collar AAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Roof Flashing AAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAA Insulation must maintain AAAAAAAAAAAAAAA A AA A 3” clearance. AAAAAAAAAAAAAAA

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16 Installation (For Qualified Installers Only) Installation Example: Class A Chimney Retrofit 3” AAAAAAA Minimum 2” Minimum A AAAAA A “Tee” A AAAAA A A AAAAA A A AAAAA A A AAAAA A A AAAAA A 7” Minimum A AAAAA A A AAAAA A Floor Protection Seal each vent 6” Minimum A AAAAA A section (including adapters, elbows, AAAAAAA etc...) by injecting a liberal amount of AAAAA 500° F. RTV AAAAA AAAAAA silicone into the gap Class A Chimney between sections. AAAA A A Storm Collar A A A AAAAAAAAAAAAA

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Installation (For Qualified Installers Only) 17 Installation Example: Masonry Fireplace Hearth Stove Vertical Cap “L” Vent Cover Plate (non-combustible) Storm Collar Seal the cover plate with silicone. AAAAA AAAA AAAAAAAA AA AAAAA AAAAAAAAAA AAAA Seal each vent section (including AAAA AAAA AA A A AAAAA AAAA adapters, elbows, A AA A AAAA AAAA AAAAAA AAAA A AA A etc...) by injecting a A AA A AAAAAA AA A A AAAAAAA A AA A liberal amount of 500° F. RTV “L” Vent Flex AAAA AAAA AA A A AAAAA AAA

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18 Installation (For Qualified Installers Only) Installation Example: Zero-Clearance (Metal) Fireplace Hearth Stove Vertical Cap Cover Plate (non-combustible) Storm Collar Seal the cover plate with silicone. “L” Vent Seal each vent section (including AA adapters, elbows, AA etc...) by injecting a liberal amount of AAAA AA AAAA 500° F. RTV A AA A AA A AA A silicone into the gap between sections. A AA A AA A AA A AAAA AA AAAA AAAA AA “L” Vent Flex Section AAAA AA AAAA AA AAAA AAAAA AAAA

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Installation (For Qualified Installers Only) 19 Installation Example: Freestanding Masonry Chimney Vertical Cap “L” Vent Cover Plate (non-combustible) Storm Collar Seal the cover plate with silicone. AAAAAAA AA AAAAAAA AA AAAAA AAA AA AAA AAA AAAA AAAA A A A AAAAA A A AAAAA AAAAA AAAA AAAAAA AAAAA AAA AAA AAAA AAAA Seal each vent section (including A AAA AAAAAAA A A A AAAAA A A AAAAAAAAA A AA A adapters, elbows, AAAAA AAAA A A A AAAAA A A AAAAAAA A AA A etc...) by injecting a liberal amount

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20 Operation Safety Notice Read this entire manual (especially the "Safety Precautions" on pages 4 and 5) before using this stove. Failure to follow the instructions may result in property damage, bodily injury, or even death. ! Do not unplug the stove to turn it off. This stove relies upon electricity to push the flue gases out the pellet vent – unplugging it may lead to smoke entering your room. ! Failure to maintain your heater will lead to a restricted combustion air system, leading to poo


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