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INSTALLATION AND OPERATION
THIS APPLIANCE MUST BE INSTALLED BY A QUALIFIED INSTALLER.
READ ENTIRE MANUAL THOROUGHLY BEFORE INSTALLATION.
P/N 775000M, Rev. G, 12/03
IMPORTANT WARNINGS CAUTION: PLEASE READ THIS ENTIRE MANUAL BEFORE YOU INSTALL AND USE YOUR NEW ROOM HEATER. FOR YOUR SAFETY, FOLLOW THE INSTALLATION, OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE INSTRUC- TIONS EXACTLY, WITHOUT DEVIATION. FAILURE TO FOLLOW THESE INSTRUCTIONS MAY RESULT IN PROPERTY DAMAGE, BODILY INJURY, OR EVEN DEATH. IF THIS APPLIANCE IS NOT PROPERLY INSTALLED, A HOUSE FIRE MAY RESULT. CONTACT YOUR LOCAL BUILDING OR FIRE OFFICIALS ABOUT RESTRICTIONS AND INSTALLATION INSPECTION REQUIREM
TABLE OF CONTENTS Important Warnings ................................................ 2 CONGRATULATIONS ON THE PURCHASE OF YOUR NEW WOODSTOVE MANUFACTURED BY Testing/Listing, EPA, Using this Manual.................. 3 LENNOX HEARTH PRODUCTS. Planning Your Installation ..................................... 4-6 When you purchased your new woodstove, you Manufactured (Mobile) Home Requirements ...........6 joined the ranks of thousands of concerned indi- viduals whose answer to their
PLANNING YOUR INSTALLATION QUESTIONS TO ASK LOCAL BUILDING OFFICIAL SELECTING A LOCATION A correct installation is critical and imperative for reduc- The design of your home and where you place your ing fire hazards and perilous conditions that can arise stove will determine its value as a source of heat. A when wood burning appliances are improperly installed. wood stove depends primarily on air circulation (con- The installer must follow all of the manufacturer’s in- vection) to disper
PLANNING YOUR INSTALLATION COMBUSTIBLE WALL CLEARANCE *ALCOVE CLEARANCE Required pipe: Type L-Vent pipe to top of stove. Ap- proved brands are Dura-Vent, Pro-Vent, Ameri-I-Tek, WARNING: IT IS VERY IMPORTANT THAT YOU OB- Standex, and Metal Bestos. SERVE THE MINIMUM CLEARANCES. Alcoves must have minimum dimensions of 84" (213 There are listed clearances for your stove which were cm) height minimum, 46" (117 cm) width minimum and determined in a Laboratory test using various "classe
PLANNING YOUR INSTALLATION REDUCED MASONRY STRUCTURE CLEARANCE PROTECTED WALL CLEARANCE (ALCOVE) Some local codes will allow reduced clearances when the Your Earth Stove can be installed in a masonry struc- stove is installed adjacent to a protected wall system. The ture with reduced clearances if the structure was built to variance must be approved by your local building official. National Building Code for fireplaces and chimneys Normally, the protected wall system is defined as a no
INSTALLATION MANUFACTURED (MOBILE) HOME REQUIREMENTS from the stove to the chassis of the manufactured (mobile) This stove is certified as a Room Heater, Solid Fuel Type home. and may be used in Manufactured Housing providing the following requirements are followed: INSTALLING THE BAFFLE BRICKS There are 2 brick retainer tube assemblies located • An outside air inlet must be provided for combustion and below the ceiling of the firebox which require baffle be unrestricted while u
INSTALLATION TYPES OF CHIMNEYS Connection To A Factory Built Chimney: This space The chimney is a vital part of your stove installation. A heater is to be connected to a factory-built chimney properly built masonry chimney or a properly installed conforming to CAN / ULC – S629, Standard for 650°C factory built chimney will assure a consistent draft under Factory-Built Chimneys. a variety of weather conditions (a smoking stove is usu- ally caused by a chimney problem). The stove flue s
INSTALLATION CHIMNEY HEIGHT REQUIREMENTS The chimney must extend 3 feet (914 mm) above the level of roof penetration and a minimum of 2 feet (610 mm) higher than any roof surface within 10 feet (305 cm) (see below). Check with your local building officials for any ad- ditional requirements for your area. Due to prevailing winds, local terrain, adjacent tall trees, a hill, or ravine near the home, or adjacent structures, addi- tional chimney height or a special chimney cap may be requ
INSTALLATION DRAFT REQUIREMENTS 5) After the fire is well established (20-25 minutes) and burning at a low setting, perform the draft test The appliance is merely one component of a larger sys- tem. The other equally important component is the vent- per the gauge manufacturer instructions. The draft gauge should read between .05 and .07” W.C. (inches ing system which is necessary for achieving the re- quired flow of combustion air to the fire chamber and for water column). Excessive draft
INSTALLATION See Pipe Manufacturers Instructions For Installation Requirements Of Venting Components And Vent Clearances. RESIDENTIAL STANDARD MANUFACTURED (MOBILE) HOME STANDARD Using 6” (152 mm) Diameter Single Wall Con- Using 6” (152 mm) Diameter Type L-Vent Connector Pipe nector Pipe. Not Approved For Manufactured (Mobile) Homes. IMPORTANT NOTES: • Minimize the use of elbows (30°, 45° or 90°) - Offsets in the venting system are very restrictive and will inhibit the draf
INSTALLATION - Combustible Wall Chimney Connector Pass-Throughs Min. Chimney Clearance to Brick & A Method A. 12” (304.8 mm) Clearance to Combustible Wall Combustibles – 2 in. (50.8mm) Member: Using a minimum thickness 3.5” (89 mm) brick and a Min. Clearance 12 in. 5/8” (15.9 mm) minimum wall thickness clay liner, construct a wall (304.8mm) of Brick pass-through. The clay liner must conform to ASTM C315 (Stan- dard Specification for Clay Fire Linings) or its equivalent. Keep a minim
PRODUCT FEATURES AND CONTROLS CARE AND OPERATI0N PRIMARY AIR CONTROL FUEL DOOR The primary combustion air delivery is controlled by the Primary Air Control Assembly (The control handle is lo- CAUTION: WHEN OPENING THE DOOR, DO NOT EX- cated below the fuel door). The heat output can be con- TEND IT BEYOND ITS NORMAL TRAVEL. OVEREX- trolled by sliding the handle to a higher or lower heat out- TENDING THE DOOR TO A FURTHER OPEN POSITION put setting (See Care and Operation Section – Primary
CARE AND OPERATION PRIMARY AIR CONTROL After each 20-minute burn, allow the appliance to cool This appliance is completely. The third burn should be at least medium equipped with a control for high or about 450°F. for 45 - 60 minutes. The paint will the combustion air, lo- become soft and emit non-toxic haze during these burns. cated on the lower right Keep the area well ventilated. side (front) of the stove. Sliding the control to the As the paint cures it will become slightly ligh
FUEL MAINTENANCE BURN RECOMMENDED FUEL WOOD STORAGE This appliance is approved for use with untreated natural Wood to be seasoned should be stacked in an area open dry wood only (see Important Warnings, page 2, #8). Do enough to ensure good air circulation on both sides – leav- not burn particleboard scraps or pressed logs using ing adequate space between woodpiles to walk comfort- bonding agents because they can produce conditions able. Do not stack wood against a wall or building. It h
MAINTENANCE DOOR AND GLASS GASKETS long runs of venting where gases become too cool prior A 3/4" (19 mm) spun fiberglass rope gasket provides the to exhausting. Note: Single wall pipe cools rapidly, there- seal around the fuel door and a 1/8” x 1” (3 mm x 25.4 fore installations using this type of flue are more suscep- mm) flat woven gasket glass provides the seal around the tible to creosote deposits. glass. Should these gaskets become frayed or damaged To inhibit the build up of cr
TROUBLESHOOTING SMOKES OUT FUEL DOOR WHEN OPEN (see ✸ ) DOES NOT MAINTAIN A FIRE (✸ ) 1. The primary air control is closed. 1. Soft wood does not burn as long or as well as seasoned 2. The chimney is too cool. Set the primary air control on hardwood resulting in a short burn time. "HIGH" for a few minutes before opening the fuel door. 2. Wood size too small. Burns at too rapid a rate. 3. Excess creosote will not only restrict your draft but it will 3. The gasket seal on the fuel door or
TROUBLESHOOTING OVERFIRING DAMAGE Overfiring Caused From Improper Operation - Oper- If the heater or chimney connector glows, you are overfir- ate this appliance only as outlined in this manual. Never ing. Other symptoms may include: Cracking, warping or burn the appliance with the fuel door open or ajar. Do not burning out of components, stove glass may develop a operate this stove with the Air Control in the "open" posi- haze, which will not come off with cleaning. tion (pulled out) for e
SPECIFICATIONS: Model 1400HT Approx. heat capacity ~1500 Sq. Ft.* ~450 sq. M. Outside air provision Yes Log length 20’’ (508 mm) Flue position Top Flue collar size 6’’ (152 mm) Width 27’’ (686 mm) Depth 21 1/2" (546 mm) Height (to flue) 28” (711 mm) Height 26” (660 mm) Approx. burn time 6 - 8 hours Fuel capacity 35 lbs. (16 kg) Firebox Size 1.85 cubic feet (564 cubic mm) Maximum Burn Rate (BTU) 58,730 EPA BTU Range 11,700-37,000 EPA Efficien
REPLACEMENT PARTS – Model 1400HT PART NO. / CAT. NO. DESCRIPTION Door Parts 10500 Door Assembly, Cast Black (handle included) 27M67 Clip Set, Glass 86-128 Door Gasket Kit, 3/4" Rope (includes adhesive) 27M81 Gasket, Glass Channel (self adhesive backed) 10514 Glass, Rectangular 9 1/2 X 17" (glass gasket not included) 10300 Handle Assembly 11530 Hinge, Pin Short - Requires 2 10362 Torque Plate (latch) Draft Module Parts 26M28 Module Assembly, Draft (flame height control) F
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