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Installation And Operation Instructions

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TABLE

Safety

Notice

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Introduction

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Maintenance

Flow

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Diagram

Diagram

Glossary

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Troubleshooting

Wiring

2

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Installation

Power

1

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Operation

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Specifications

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Component

Diagrams

Warranty

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Safety/Listing

Label

Service/Maintenance

OF CONTENTS

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8

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18

20

21

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25

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Log

27

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'4

Rev. 10/97

• IMPORTANT PLEASE CAUTION: follow

If this stove

the installation

installation .

READ

is not properly

of this stove

local

codes.

A building

may

be required.

local

building

must

official

to check

or

fire

a house fire

building

11.

officials

your

12. Required

fireplace

an

existing

chimney

have

system

inspected

flue or chimney

a qualified stove.

person

Make

prior

any

to installation

necessary

Never

by

3%

presently

.

stove

used

flue

by another

Never

block

any

ports.

Dangerous

air

repairs

before

to chimney

or

overheating

6.

Do not install Never

in a sleeping

the

to

stove

air

Never

stack

To avoid be

an

room.

or

pile

stove

pound,

content,

kernels,

1 1/2%

10,000

maximum

Cornpot

pellets,

per

BTU

moisture

and

per

content.

metering

cup

filler

required).

air

Earth

duct

with

the

to burn severe

Stove

model

applicable

combustible

or

around

materials external

dwellings

vent

provide

to

918-520-010

children the

and adults

hazards

of

high

(PIRL) 89-174.

should

cordwood

or pressed

damage

or fire could

MP35/50

pellet

fired

tested and listed in accordance

portions

of

the

following

reasonable and

fire

safety,

a conveniently

install

a

located

under stoves.

fire extinguisher.

department,

of a chimney and unplug

fire,

notify

the fire

the stove.

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park

trailers

through and

according

918-520-110,

Research

Redmond,

to OAR

WA

by

Pacific

Laboratory,

Inc.,

98052.

Listing

file

surface Based

detector

10. In the event

and

Inspection

burns,

alerted

smoke

Corn 15%

wood

BTU

appliance has been constructed, for use in residential construction

35:1, To

ash.

diameter 8500

Testing/Listing

temperatures. .

is

standards - UL1482, UL127, UL103 or UL641, UL507 and UL39i and for use in manufactured

against the termination.

So

contact

to pipe

outlet

system. .

so that

damage

moisture

logs in this stove, result.

can result.

this stove

connect

pipe

1/4"

length,

13. Do not attempt

being

The D

fuel is:

(Optional

appliance. intake

vent

and

or possible

maximum

pound,

of the

plug connect

pellet

ma_cimum

10%

your

installing.

.

restrictions

safety,

department

installing.

If utilizing

For your

about

with humans avoided.

1" .

may result

Terminate

permit with

TO BURN!

area.

with

or installation

Be sure

local

in your

comply

NOTICE

ATTEMPTING

installed,

contact

requirements

Installation

before

BEFORE

directions;

inspection

SAFETY

on a tested this the

air

appliance EPA

to fuel is not

regulations

ratio an for

in

effeeted wood

excess

of

facility burning

INTRODUCTION Three

Pronged

Read Plug

Entire

Manual

Ash

(Grounded)

Your stove has a printed circuit board and other electrical components that require a grounded circuit and proper polarity. Purchasing a surge protector provides additional insurance against unnecessary problems. Control

Panel/Fan

Rheostat

The primary control .board manages the performance of your stove. It allows you to regulate the fuel feed rate, the draft fan voltage and main power to the stove. The room air fan rheostat allows you to manually regulate the fan speed except when the automatic high speed override is engaged. Firepot The

pellet

firepot

is where

Although ithas a self of the ash build up, content) and extended will .necessitate some Stox_e firepot cleaning

the

Before

fuel

is burned.

cleaning capability for much variable fuel quality (ash periods of a low burn rate manual cleaning. An Earth tool is highly recommended

to Burn

Drawer

The ash drawer located in the front of the pedestal is designed to make cleaning easier by containing the ashes in a removable drawer. It is accessed by turning the spring loaded screws located on the ash drawer cover. Do not operate the stove with the ash drawer open or ajar. Replace gasket material as necessary to insure a tight seal. Decorative

Logs

An important feature of your NaturalFire stove is the realistic fire created by the flame spread firepot and the refractory logs. Although the logs are quite durable, they should be handled carefully, as they retain heat for a considerable period of time, and if dropped can break. Placement

of the logs is important

in achieving

a

realistic fire. One recommended pattern is pictured below which allows you to use a Firepot cleaner without having to remove the logs (except for full maintenance).

,(part #1000). Hopper The hopper is where the fuel is stored before it feeds into the stove.

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Attempting

INTRODUCTION How It Works

Marble

The fuel metering providing

cup rotates

a measured amount

in the throat

of the hopper

of fuel based on the set feed

Set

Marble

is a natural

own unique

chamc_.

rate. The fuel drops into the anger tube where it is moved

damp cloth toremove

into the firepot.

four cerawool

through

The draf_ f_n provides

the _.ger

combustion

air

tube and a series of holes in the inner

notputro_

strips

so each piece

Marble may oils or dust.

will have

be cleaned

its

With a

Be sure to install the

(under the rfiarble) to protect it Do

objects(suchas_vets,steamers, hopperlid,

etc.) on the _.

firepot, to allow for complete combustiom

product

Do not install

the marble

before

curing the paint The flame and hot gases provide tubes

lorm_

in the upper

room

air fan extracts

heat to the heat exchange

chamber

of the stove.

the heat and delivers

along With the natural metal surfaces.

radiant

heat

The

Remote

Wall

it to the room,

from

the glass

and

One way to maxim_ your stove Honeywell

Gold Your

Earth

Stove's

soft cloth BEFORE metal polishes blemishes

gold door frame

With a good window

finge_v_ints

the efficiency

is to install

and convenience

a re.mote wall

T87F 24 volt thennostat

of

thermostat.

is recommended

A (see

page 5).

Door

thoroughly

Thermostat

cleaning

the stove is burned.

or abrasives leg

should

solution

if the stove is burned

become

prior

Any oils or

Pot

NaturalFire

pellet stoves will bum most types of corn with

the _aa_fion of a corn pot kit. on burning

Iw.u_ent

to _

Corn

and a

Do not use any

to clean the door.

on the gold could

be cleaned

For dtcmils, see the section

com.

removal.

Atkrr the first few fires the gold will cure. Glass

The glass is a super heat resistant continuoustemperatums is well beyond

upto

ceramic

that withstmds

1390° F. This temperature

the temperatures

in which

you

operate

your stove. This appliance

is designed

to provide

the inmde of the El_% which keep

it clean.

extended

When

periods

commercial recommended

operating

of time, the

_I_

cleaner

a flow of air over

along with high heat helps the stove gl___ may designed

on low

for

get dirty.

A

for

stoves

is

for cleuning.

The glass should be cleaned thoroughly with glass cleaner and a soft cloth BEFORE the stove is burned.

Several options inform_m_'_om

are availal, le to enhance

your NaturalF'ge

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pe[l_

stovz

Please

see your local d..-br

for further

OPERATION Before

Attempting

Professionally Start

To Start

Plug

in the stove.

2.

Turn

the Main

System"

4.

This

Fill hopper

Power

Switch

with pellet

fuel.

Close

7.

Turn

the Main

Power

(This

Switch

to the "Off'

will stop the fuel feed.)

the door. the Main

System"

Your Stove

Pretested

and

Down

Procedure

Turn the Main Power Switch to the "Draft Fan" position. If using a remote Thermostat, turn the Thermostat down.

2.

When the fire in the Firepot goes out completely, shut the Main Power Switch "Off" position.

Power

position,

then

Switch

to the "Feed

WARNING: IF THE POWER SWITCH IS TURNED OFF PREMATURELY WHILE A FIRE IS STILL ACTIVE IN THE FIREPOT, THIS MAY RESULT IN SMOKE BACK INTO THE DWELLING (THIS WOULD DISSIPATE RAPIDLY). Pellet

Fuel

Calibration

*

push the Start Button.

As the stove tem]?erature rises, the Room Air Fan will automaucally engage. At that point, adjust the Fuel Rate Switch to the desired setting. During the start up procedure or when running the stove on a "Low" Fuel Rate Setting,_ the Room Air Fan Rheostat must be in the off position. Failure to do so could cool down the stove and it will automatically shut off.

10. If the fire goes

to the

The MP35/50 is shipped from the factory, set to 50,000 BTU input. To adiust to 35,000 BTU input, install the 1/8" filler plug into the fuel metering cup.

8. 'Set the Fuel Rate Switch to the "Full" position. If using a remote Thermostat, adjust it to'the desired room temperature. 9.

Have

1.

to the "Feed

Open fire door and apply Fire Starter gel to the fuel in the Firepot, then light. Allow the fuel to burn for five minutes with the door slightly ajar.

6.

Thoroughly.

Shut

Provide starting fuel by pushing the "Start Button" and allow fuel to feed for approximately five minutes (or put approximately two cups of fuel directly in the Firepot). Turn

Manual

position.

position. 5.

Read

Up Procedure

1.

3.

Your Stove,

Installed.

out, go back

35,000 50,000

BTU BTU

Filler

Plug

Place the filler cup fuel cavity into the tapped

to step two again.

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- 1/8" filler plug - open Installation plug into the bottom of the metering and secure with the screw provided hole.

OPERATION Control A. Main

F. Fuse

Board Power

Switch

The Fuse protects the Primav/ fi_m power "surges or spikes".

The main power switch is a three way toggle with the following positions: 1. Off(stove off) 2. Draft Fan - aUows the draft tim to operate alone during shut down. 3. Feed System - stove on B. Fuel Rate Switch The fuel rate switch controls the amount of time the burner feeds fueL It can be set to the following three positions: o

2.

Full - will feed fuelcontinuously. Medium - will feed fuel approximately two minutes

°

Low

- will

on then two minutes

Wall

Thermostat

Follow the m_nuf_etu_s installation insm_ons using 18/2 stat wire. The leads from the stove are the yellow wires found behind the Primary Control Board. Once you have installed the Th_m_ostat, the Fuel Rate Switchshould be set to"Low". This will be the rate the stove will run on pilot when the Thermostat is not cMllng for heal

one

minutes Off..

C. Draft Fan Switch * The draft fan sSwitoh conlrols the amount of air used for combustion during piloting process. It can be set to the following three posifiom: 1. High - runs at 75% of capacity when stove is not feeding fuel. 2. Low- runs at 50% of capacity when stove is not feeding fuel. 3. Off- runs at 0°,4 of capacity when stove is not feedin_ fuel. * The dmR fan will nm at 100% of capacity during the feeding of fuel. D. Start Button Depress the start button to allow fuel to feed for approximately 12 minutes (used during start up of

thestove). E. On/OffLight

The On/Off Light blinks to indicate electricity is flowing through the primary tonal boar&

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Remote

One way to maximize the efficiency and convenience of your stove is to install a icmote wall thermostat. A Honeywell T87F 24 volt thermostat is recommended.

oE

feed approximately

minute on then _

Optional

Control Board

OPERATION Room

The

Air

room

speed desired

prevent

room

setting.

air When

on high), will

Rheostat

air fan rheostat

of the

(running disc)

Fan

can be used fan

by

the

from

run

to vary

rotating stove

the rheostat

automatically

the stove

Normal

override the

fan

overheating.

the

it to the

is

very

hot

Heat

Operating Exchange

Sounds Tubes

- As

the

room

air

increase in speed, you may hear air flowing these tubes and out into the room.

fans

through

(fan speed on

high

to

Thermostatic different

Control

heat

insert.

activated

The discs

they cycle Room

while

Air

may have

is varied.

Auger

Feed

to the auger

the fuel

being

Auger/Cup the

discs

a light

the

sound

as

down.

efficiency

fan

particularly

on

may change

fuel

on

four

is fed clinking

as the fan

from sound

the of

cut may be heard. Motor(s)

hear

high

- When tube,

are

up or cools

sound,

The sound

System

There

a light clicking heats

- The modern,

setting.

speed

may

can make the insert

Fan

-

temperature

a hum or pulsating

the high

hopper

Disc

- When

intermittent

feeding

buT7

or

hum

fuel,

you

of these

motors.

Draft •



Fan

provide the draft , increase

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- This

motor

combustion of the flue).

runs

at various

air to the firepot The

with the feeding

speed

of fuel.

speeds

to

(and to aid in

of this motor

wiU

OPERATION Burning

The

Corn (Optional)

moisture

less, Natural

Fire

corn

with

the

necessary wood

pellet

addition

to mix

pellets

NOTE:

stoves

will

of a compot

corn

with

are required Burning

bum

wood

most

types

kit.

R is not

pellets

of

seed

kit consists

1/8" Filler

1

3/8" Filler

1

Compot

To

install

from

the

corn

is

never

of:

at 1/2 open

simply

remove

mounting

housing

and

the

corn

fuel

place

size

and density

requires metering

in the compot

rated

input

the installation cup.

be set If

adjust

the air

yellow

flare e.

varies,

it will overfiring.

of the filler

plug

Use the 3/8" filler

has a solid burning becomes

when

will

(i.e.

sticks,

corn,

the

there stalks,

primary

at the bottom

bottom

and

corn solid

forms when

depend

of the

the

calcium

like deposit.

ash,

of the

before

the

quality

in some

must

be

the bottom will

need

instances

The stove

air

and

should

to reach You

with

a fluid-like cool. The

The compot

compot.

and

sides

upon

the build up starts

inside

remove

to

a white

be shut down

cleaning.

BURNING

BE DONE

INSTALLATIONS

of

a wall

IN TOP

ONLY.

.If

the

mounted

thermostat,

part

#CTR140

is

suggested.

Up

We

Procedure

recommend

pellets

in the

plug provided

SHOULD

installation must elbow into a wall thimble, the horizontal mu sl_ould not be more than 24". The use

because

difficult

to start.

bottom

button

initially

starting Up

additional

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starting corn

a

has

Manually feature the

Procedure"

corn

a dense

of the auger tube,

the start "Start



that

be

cup in order

and prevent

kit.

on a bed

of corn being used.

VENT

on "LOW".

the fuel metering

BTU

be 15% or

to ensure

burning

quantity

CORN

of the cornpot

air is needed, a bright

should

lift up and out

screw(s).

fan selector

to achieve

to calibrate

to maintain This

When

cleaning

Start necessary

in the corn

takes

and cooled

screw(s)

on the draft: fan should

the draft

accordingly

and flange

and replace

or less combustion

Because

objects

cornpot

Plug

the air shutter

shutter

be taken

etc.).

compot

air holes

Slide

the auger

more

The

cleaned

the top of the auger housing

Initially

parts,

Plug

cornpot,

on the firepot. over

cob

should

holes because residue which

compot

1

are no foreign

of the corn

compot.

recommended

The

care

combustion

however,

to start the fire.

treated

and

content

fill

unit

for

in the

start up information).

with

wood

shell

that

can be

the cornpot,

with wood is not

fire

pellets.

to the Use of

recommended corn

burning.

Operation

section

when (See for

MAINTENANCE Ash Removal

Door

and Disposal

CAUTION: BE SURE THE FIRE IS OUT AND STOVE IS COLD BEFORE REMOVING ASHES! NEVER BURN YOUR STOVE WITH THE ASH DRAWER OPEN. Ashes can hold live embers for several days, and must be disposed of with care. Be certain the fire is out before you remove the ash drawer. Brush ashes into the ash drawer. After emptying, clean and replace the ash drawer and tighten the spring loaded screws. NEVER Elace ashes in a cardboard box or any other combusUble receptacle. Place the ashes in a metal container with a tight fitting metal lid. The closed container should be stored on a noncombustible surface, away from combustible materials. Keep the ashes in the closed container until you are certain all the cinders have completely cooled. Replace ash drawer gasket if it becomes damaged. Paint Your stove finish is a high temperature paint that •requires time and temperature for the silicon resin in the paint to completely cure. Depending on your use, this may take a few hours or a few days. The paint manufacturer recommends you ventilate the house during the initial bums. Although the emis'sion is primarily Carbon Dioxide, there are other components emitted which make it smell bad and may irritate some people. Do not place anything on the stove surface until the paint is completely cured, as it will become soft durin_ this process. Do not attempt to repaint the stove unul the _aint is completely cured. If the surface later ecomes stained Or marred, it may be lightly sanded and touched up with spray paint trom the same paint manufacturer, paint is available at your local dealer. KEEP YOUR HOUSE WELL VENTILATED DURING THE CURING PROCESS. THE CHEMICAL SMELL AND BLUISH HAZE EMITTED BY THE CURING PAINT CAN BE QUITE NOTICEABLE AND MAY SET OFF A SMOKE DETECTOR.

A spun fiberglass gasket (3/4" in diameter) provides the seal around the fuel door. Should this become frayed or ,damaged it should be replaced. Spun fiberglass rope" gasketing can be purchased from your dealer or some hardware stores. It must be the same diameter as the original. Use high temperature (RTV) silicone sealer as an adhesive. WARNING: MAINTAIN THE DOOR SEAL IN GOOD CONDITION. DO NOT LEAVE THE STOVE BURNING WITH THE DOOR OPEN OR AJAR. DO NOT USE ANY TYPE OFARRASIVE CLEANER OR POLISH ON GOLD PLATING.

Creosote Removal

Formation

and

Need

for

If your stove is properly adjusted, very little creosote will develop in your flue system. If creosote begins to develop, it is likely that poor adjustment or needed maintenance is causing incomplete combustion of the fuel. Be sure your draft fan switch, and draft fan shutter are set properly. What causes creosote is the moisture content of fuel verses the rate at which it is burned. Piloting a stove on low feed rate for long periods of time, causes incomplete combustion, cre.atin_ vapors which may condense in a relatively cool chimney, thus forming creosote. These deposits tend to form in long runs of venting where gases cool prior to exhausting. Soft fly ash is a normal by product of bumingpellet fuel, and Can accumulate in your flue system. Using lower grade fuel will increase the frequency of cleaning that wiU be needed. Check your flue regularly (at least once a month) until a schedule can be established for your installation and fuel quality. Remember, during high use periods to increase your inspection cycle. Note: Single wall pi]_e cools rapidly, installations using this type of flue susceptible to creosote deposits.

Fan(s) At least once each year, check the room air fan and draR fan inlets for deposits from carpeting, pet hair, furniture coverings, etc. Use a brush and/or light vacuuming for cleaning. Page 8



Gasket

therefore are more

MAINTENANCE Refractory_ The following your logs: 1.

.

steps will

insure the longevity

noncombustible container. Dispose of ashes as previously described (see Ash Removal and Disposal). Clean any remaining ash from the firebox and ash drawer area.

of

Never attempt to handle the logs while they are hot.

,

Carefully remove logs from firepot when the stove is cold. Remove ashes from the firepot.

has been

swept,

the

efficiency. To clean, remove the baffle plate and pull the cleaner plate all the way forward and then return to the rear of the firebox.

Firepot the firepot

inner holes

free of obstructions .

(buildup). Remove the flrepot and empty it when this occurs.. The quality and quantity of pellets used will dictate the necessary cleaning. Remove clinkers or carbon build up. Clinkers

are a byproduct

of the fuel.

be removed

using a clean out tool.

Cleaning

the MP35/50

Turn

the unit off two to three

cleaning

(see Shut

Down Procedure). covering

2.

Place protective floor front of the stove.

3.

CAREFULLY remove the decorative from the firebox and set them aside.

4.

Remove the firepot by removing screw(s) from the auger housing and pulling up and out.

around

the

logs

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.

Reinstall

the

clean

out

access

cover

your firepot

being sure that the auger

tube protrudes about 1/8" into the Replace baffle and clean out access. and secure stove chimney. o

and

out the fly ash (see page 10).

The cleaning

frequency

will be dictated

firepot, Reseal

by the

quality and q, antity of the fuel burned. The following is the suggested schedule to establish a minimum: A_Rer every 1/2 ton of pellets, when the metal surfaces of the exchange tubes are no longer every 2-3 weeks of use.

hours before

to allow the unit to cool

Remove vacuum

Silica (or dirt)

in the fuel, along with other impurities can fuse under heat and cause clinkering. Clinkering is a function of the fuel, not the stove. A clinker should

.

After the stove chimney

top/rear chimney seal off plate needs to be pulled off of the stove to vacuum the unit out. There is a baffle plate beneath the heat exchange tubes. Fly ash will acel_mulate on this plate and must be removed to ensure flail

Then carefully place the logs into their proper position (see page 2).

Keep

Remove ash drawer and empty ashes into your

o

Logs

visible,

or after

MAINTENANCE

Top Chimney

Upper

Baffle

Heat Exchanger Lower

Baffle

Outlet

Plate

Tubes Plate

Clean-Out - Firepot

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Access

MAINTENANCE

Maintenance As with all appliances, We recommend

periodic

an annual

Maintenance

maintenance

maintenance

Requirements

is required

service

by a qualified

them

A.

Problem:

Decrease in heat output combustion.

or incomplete

Solution:

See maintenance

A, B, C, D & E.

Solution:

Decrease

in Room

See maintenance

Tubes

Solution:

Noticeable noise.

change

See maintenance

in Room point

C.

Air Fan

and Baffle

areas

and clean the Firepot.

free from buildup.

Ash Drawer

Problem:

Maintenance

Points

using

the

plate.

Remove holes

point D.

efficiency.

Once for every 1/2 ton of'fuel burned, remove all dust and flue ash from Heat Exchange

no

Air Fan velocity.

at optimum

technician.

cleaner

Problem:

operating

Recommended

Related Problems

points

to keep

Clean

weekly

chimney,

Keep inner

Remove

ashes

air

from the

or as fuel dictates.

cap and exhaust

annually

or as needed.

Vacuum

air intake

Inspect

passageway monthly.

D. D.

and squirrel

cage on Room

Air Fan annually. Problem:

Stove

smokes

Solution:

See maintenance H.

or odor in home. points

A, B, C,E,

G &

E.

Clean

squirrel

F. If Remote

Thermostat

clean contacts Problem:

Flames

Solution:

See maintenance

Problem:

Pellets

appear to bum

Solution:

A, B, C & E.

surface

in fuel bonding

See maintenance

point

Door

H. Replace

Ash Drawer

cover and

Ig

Clean window

I.

See Trouble

Shooting Page 11



Gasket

as needed. Door Gasket

as needed.

of hopper

to paint).

inside

Section.

surface

cleaning (i.e. Teflon

or oil based

fail to cure problem,

is used, remove

annually.

G. Replace

spray

If solutions

Fan annually.

lazily.

points

stick to inside

(additives

cage on Draft

sprays.

of hopper

solution, Spray).

with a good

then apply

a non-stick

Do not use vegetable

INSTALLATION Recommended

Pre-Installation

NOTE TO INSTALLER: installed it is recommended

Before that

Procedure the unit is the unit be

pre-buraed to verify the operation, to bum off oils that are sometimes found in the heat exchange tubes, and to cure the paint. The "Pre-lnstaIiation Procedure" should be done in a well ventilated area as follows. Remove

i.

the baffle

plate

from

the pallet

5.

Look down into the hopper, and make nothing is obstructing the fuel metering Pour 1/4 bag of pellets in the hopper.

6.

With

,

fit into the two notches

.

in the

to the

electrical

components

and void

,

Check the shutter on the dra_ fan and make sure

9.

it js set at 1/2 open (once installed the actual setting will depend upon the dra_ of the flue). On the primary control board, A) set the main power switch from "Off" to the "Draft Fan" position and B) put the fuel feed rate on "Full". The draft fan should now start. Open the door, place your hand over the firepot and see if the draft Fan is forcing air into the firepot. Turn the main power switch to the "Off" position. .

checking

"Feed

Once running, 15-30 minutes.

observe

the stove operating

for

As the stove temperature rises, the room air fan Set the rheostat

10. If necessary, adjust the _ fan shutter to bring the fire to a bright yellow flame (the average installation will be 1/2 way open). 1I. Once the stove is operating properly, complete filling the hopper and run the unit for 30 minutes.

the fan, turn the rheostat

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the

can be maintained.

will automatically be engaged. to the desired speed.

Turn the rheostat "On" to see if the room air fan ram_..After "Off".

in

Close the door and set the main power switch to the "Feed System" position, and the fuel rate

operation

the warranty). 3.

switch

Switch to the "Full" position. Push the start button. The draft fan will run at high and .the flame will increase (a full flame will need to be established in the firep0t before normal

Plug the stove into a grounded oulet (using a circuit tester, verify the electrical outlet for proper ground and polarity where the unit will be installed. Failure to do so could result in damage

power

power switch in the "Off" position. Apply non-volatile lighting material to the pellets and light it with a match. Let the fuel bum for five minutes leaving the door slightly ajar.

place it on the brackets inside the stove. The brackets are located below the heat exchange tubes at the rear and above the door at the from.

han_es should baffle plate

main

System" position, push the start button. Allow fuel to feed for approximately five mirLutes or add two cups of pellets by hand to the center of the firepot (see page 4, item 3). Put the main

and

Make certain the baffle plate is placed all the way to the rear and left hand side of the unit and not centered. The heat exchanger cleaner plate

the

sure cup.

INSTALLATION Vent Termination

Requirements

Corner

I

The termination of the outside chimney of the _oellet stove shall be located in accordance with the llowing: 1. Higher than 3 ft. above any forced air inlet (air conditioner, etc.) located within 10 ft. 2. Not less than 4 ft. below, 4 ft. horizontally from or 1 ft. above any gravity air inlet (door, window, etc.). 3. Not less than 2 ft. from an adjacent building and not less than 7 ft. above grade when located adjacent to the public sidewalks (access). 4. Not less than 3 ft. below an eave or any construction that projects more than 2" from the plane of the wall.

Rear Wall or Alcove

Note: Do not use class B venting intended for gas appliances as a chimney or connector pipe on a pellet fired unit. Minimum

Clearances

to Combustibles *- 12" Min.

Side: Back: Front:

12" 1" 48" horizontal

12" Min..=.) Rove Face

from door ..........

i

---C 6" Max.

Single Wall pipe: 9" Maximum horizontal run: Offsets allowed: 2 Alcove

Clearances

I,

36"

*

T 1

Alcove 36" Max.

48" Min.

Rear

Wall

orAlcove

The MP35/50 pellet stove may be installed in an alcove with the following minimum clearances: Alcove height: 72" Side Wall Clearance: 12" Back Wall Clearance: 1" The stove cannot be recessed into the alcove more than 6" from the face of the stove to the plane of the opening of the alcove. Floor

Protection

If placing following

units on a combustible surface, requirements must be met:

Residential Installation: required when installed

the

No floor protection on a solid level surface

(no

carpe0. Mobile Home Installations: must cover the area beneath one

inch beyond

the base

The floor protection the stove and extend

* IF INSTALLED TO THE. MINIMUM SIDE AND REAR CLEARANCES IN AN ALCOVE, REMOVAL OF THE APPLIANCE MAY BE NECESSARY FOR SERVICING.

on all sides.

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13

INSTALLATION yentin_

Standard

Requirements

(Recommended)

There are several options for the installation and venting of your pellet stove. Refer to clearances before ins_ing your stove. Connect onlyone flue per appliance. When oassing _arough walls or .ce_!in_sl The manufacturer. recommends that ctearances are maintained in accordance with NFPA 21.1. Do not dowusize your connecting pipe or chimney. Your NaturalFire pellet stove must be connected to a 4" oioe The preferred type of pipe is a listed cbimn'e_ which co"nforms to- UL standard 641 or a single wall pipe, 26 gauge minimum. Single wall connector pipe is limited to use within the room.of installation; wall or ceiling penetrati.'on must be ..vg. m a listed vent pipe and a wall thimble or ceiling penetration plate• Follow the pipe manutacturers mstallatinn instructions and clearances. ALl p!pe joints must be sealed wi_ the compound supphe-d with the pipe or a RTV silicone with a rating of at least 570°F. You may connect the single wall or pellet vent to the top of the stove using three screws to secure it to the collar. Use a RTV silicone with a rating of at least'570°F, or interam to provide a complete seal. Note: Single wall pipe can be used as a liner in a class A, or masonry chimney.

Connection

To

A

Masonry

Chimney.

Be sure to verify the construction of a masonry chimney, as many have combustible framing. Follow the pipe manutacturer clearances. An oversized chimney or high altitude may re.suit in less than optimum performance. Inst911.atiom " mto a large, masonry cl_lmney may regutre a }mer to improve performance. The use of single w_,. n.ex or rigtd (26 gauge galvanized or stainless steeu pipe as a liner is approved.

The most desirable installation is Pellet Vent pipe connected to the top of the stove and run up throu_,h the ceiling, then terminating above the roof line. pe sure to follow all clearances listed by the pipe manufacturer. Connection Chimney

To

Existing

Class

A

An adaptor can be used to make_e connection from 4" Pellet Vent pipe to existing UL cmmuey system. Verify with th_ pipe manufacturer that. your pipe brands will interconnect. Installauons rote a large UL chimney system may reqmre a liner to unprov performance. The use of single wall flex.or ngl _26 gauge galvanized or stainless steel) pipe as a liner through a UL class "A" chimney is approved. •

*

--

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An

--

_

r

.



e



•d

INSTALLATION

.-

Direct Vent Although a direct vent flue is an approved installation, the manufacturer recommends the outside flue should be installed with a cleanout "T", and Pellet Vent chimney pipe run up through the cave. This will eliminate the possibility of siding discoloration and/or to enhance performance in bad draw situations. Terminate the pipe using the standard clearance. Exception: If using a UL listed Pellet Vent pipe you may use the Pellet Vent

6.

manufacturer's

When rear breaching, a trim kit is available through your dealer, part number TRK35. It consists of the 1) New louvered top trim, and 2) Two flue seal gaskets (the additional gasket is provided in case of accidental damage during installation).

IF BURNING APPROVED

cleara/lces.

CORN, DIRECT INSTALLATION.

VENT

IS NOT

AN

IMPORTANT!! Never turn the Draft Fan Selector to the "OFF" position on any direct vent installations. Keep the Combustion Fan Switch on the Primary Control Board in the "Low" or High" position. In the event of a toss of power in a rear vent direct termination application, natural draft is not present and you may receive smoke back in to the dwelling that will dissipate rapidly. To

A) B) C) D) E) F)

Attach section of pellet vent pipe (D). Seal this connection with high temperature silicone sealant. Secure the section of pipe with two sheet metal screws into the starting collar. One up from the bottom at 6:00 position and one from the side through the access opening at the 9:00 position. The horizontal run may not exceed 36 inches..

Top Louvered Trim Panel Gasket Material 4" Starting Collar 4" pellet pipe, 24" section 4" Wall Thimble 4" Rain Cap

Install

The MP35/50 can be converted to a direct vent by transferring the top flue outlet to the rear vent position. Replace the top flue outlet by using the rear cover plate, removed from the back of the stove. Follow the directions listed below: 1.

Lift off the top top flue outlet. starting collar.

louvered trim (A) to access Remove mounting nuts

2.

Remove right side screws on rear flange

3.

Remove the rear flue back of the stove.

4.

Install the gasket (B) and starting collar (C) making sure the gasket is intact for a tight .seal. Replace nuts and tighten.

5.

Place the rear flue cover plate over the opening. Make sure the gasket is in place there is a complete seal. Replace nuts tighten.

heat shield by to expose access cover

plate

the and

removing opening.

located

on the

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top and and

15 '

INSTALLATION Mobile Home Installation

Requirements

Outside

Air

Provision

Installation

into

Although

this

section

installation, standard

it may also be required residential installations.

of

housing

must

installation,

the follow

No

the

with

requirements 814-23-909:

.

MP35/50

for residential

following

supplemental

OAR

814-23-900

through

manufacturers

wall

or chimney.

pipe

may

Pellet

Vent

be used

as a connector

pipe must

1,

,

be used from

air penetration.

top to termination.

Maximum The that

two offsets

chimney any

The stove

must

parts

ground level of the mobile

o

The

6.

Floor

must

above

be grounded with

air

outside

by local

air kit (part

a

No.

must

13'

joint 6"

so

2.

Cut

bottom

using an

The

air

of the

ducting motor

rigid or flexible

home

codes in Use the #85-35)

opening

for

the

outside

#85-35).

from

for transportation 3.

to the mobile

the outside

air kit.

home

8 (minimum)

communicate

Install

protection

must

Structural

cover

one inch

solid

to the

members

joists cannot be cut the installation.

such

the area beneath beyond

the

the base on all

as roof

trusses

or modified

while

or floor making

Outside Air

Page 16



Inlet

Combustion

must cabinet

connect of your

3" duct.

air.

stove and extend sides. 7.

for a section

extending

combustion

outside

provide

the

stove,

permitted.

can be removed structure.

wailer frame conductor. 5.

optional

to a mobile

Set the stove in its irmtalled position and select the floor or outside wail location for the outside

with 2.

applies

or equivalent.

single

stove

instructions

the

per

manufactured

-_-_"

air

kit

(Part

INSTALLATION

Optional Installation Direct

Vent

Termination

< m

Direct

Vent

Using

a Cleanout

"T"

Page 17



Applications

SIX STEP TROUBLESHOOTING Tools

Essential

I. Stove

For

Installation Tester

3. Molex

Pin Extractor,

(Qualified

Technicians

Only)

Troubleshooting

and Operation

2. Circuit

GUIDE

(Micronta

Manual.

# 22-101

or equivalent).

I/8" (p/n # 15068).

4. Volt Meter.

ATTENTION: power

Before

and the outlet

time to clean not printed Step

the

attempting

is wired

stove;

properly

4) Note

on the face

any troubleshooting; (use circuit

the model

of the primary

tester);

number

control

2) Check

board,

Fan

System

Check

to see that you

the flue for blockage; control

it is a model: Step

Air

your outlet

of the primary

#1

Room

I) Check

board

(ira

do have

3) Take the

model

number

is

Emerson.)

#2

Confirm

Power

to

primary

Control

Board Turn

the

"ON".

rheostat

knob

In this position

air outlet rotation

On

approximately on and

the

problem

fan, fan speed Should

disc,

wiring

that

the room

air fan motor

the leads

from

room

problem

air fan fails

room

on, the

or simply

the

is power

can be checked connector source.

is a loose

Once to the

power it has outlet,

by removing and connecting

If the room connection.

to run, replacement

comes

switch

FAN" on,

control board.

from

the

position.

there

"OFF"

position

If the red indicator

is power

If the light does

to

the

not come

primary on, check

the following: A. Power B. Fuse

source

(see Step #1)

C. High

limit

manual

D. High

limit

auto reset disc

If the fuse reset

reset

If the

not

and

proper

contact.

power

at the

indicates

air fan

is not blown

disc has

connectors

discs

115v

of the fan will

Page 18

and

"popped be

Then, and

the

high

out",

certain

power

it will b e necessary board.

be necessary.



power

first

plug a lamp

into the outlet). there

air

or circuitry.

is to check

tester

the molex power

the source

rheostat,

fail to come

problem

receives

light

main

air fan comes

connections

air fan

determined

Further

fan

(as described),

small appliance

the

the

be the

a circuit

runs,

setting

If the room

not

(using

to a l15v

to the "DRAFT

out.

properly

the

them

Turn

will

in finding

or other

air fan will operate hand in front of the

air is coming

lowest

the room

source

your

it is now

will slow the speed of the room

65 volts.

operates

of the

been

that

of the knob

fan.

step

Place

to con.firm

it "clicks",

the'room

at full speed (115v).

air

till

using

limit

inspect

the

pins

the molex are

a volt meter,

switch.

If the

the red indicator to replace

manual making

check volt

light

the primary

for

meter

is not on, control

SIX STEP TROUBLESHOOTING Step #3 Confirm

GUIDE-

Draft Fan Operation

Set the main power switch to the "DRAFT FAN" position then set the fuel rate switch to the "FULL" position. The drai_ fan should now operate at full power (aprox.ll5v). During the piloting process, the draft fan will operate at

(Qualified

Voltage 70-75v 60-65v 0v

C.

Confirm

usingthe rroacedurein Step#Lr_-,agaph 2. Step #4 Fuel Metering

If procedures A or B fails to clear the obstruction, then remove the metering cup motor and metering cup to find and clear the obstruction_

Step #5

To check the daft fan when the stove is cold, check for movement of air by placing your hand in or near the firepot If the movement of air is not obvious, inspect the draft fan to be certain the air shutter is opera If the air shutter is open and the draft fan is not running, check it by

Inspect

On!y)

B. Locate the metering cup motor cooling propellor on the back of the appliance and turn it by hand in the reverse direction until the metering cup rotates back far eno,_h to clear the obsmx_don.

thefollowingspeeds: Switch Position High Low Off

Technicians

Cup for Blockage

To inspect the fuel metering cup, FIRST: • UNPLUG THR, POWER CORD. • NEVER PUT YOUR FINGERS IN THE FUEL CAVITY OF THE METERING CUP.

Cup

and Auger

Motor

Operation

Set the main power switch to the "FEJ_r3 SYSTEM" position. Press the "START' button. Both the cup and auger motor should start. If the motors run but the fuel metering cup and/or auger does not turn, check the cast iron coupler on the ends of each motor shaft to make certain the set serew is fight on the flat part ofthe shatL If the motors are not Droning, use a volt meter to check for line voltage (115v) at the molex connector or check them by asing the procedure described in Step #1, paragraph 2. Note: Anytime you are checking the motors, you should verify the speed at which the motors are turning. This can be accomplished by timing the revolu_on of the coupler. Using the set screw as a reference point, the bottom motor (auger) will make approximately one revolution in 10 seconds. The top motor (cup) will make approximately one revolution every 48 seconds.

Remove all the fuel from the hopper. Reach down inside the hopper and rock the fuel metering cup back and forth step. j (beingewefulnot to putfingersin fuel cavity of metering Re-light The Stove cup). The cup should move approximately 1/4" in either direction. If it does not move, something is jamming it Follow the nonnal start up procedure. If the unit fiil_ to check to be certain th_ leads to the safety disc are (usually a foreign object) and will have to be removed by attached. using one of the following methods: A. Using a tool, such as a slotted s_tcv_ driver, clear the obsm_on (between the fuel cavity of the metering cup and the blade).

,

Blade-/

vity

" Obstruction Page 19



POWER

FLOW

DIAGRAM

Room Air Fan (s) Fan Speed

Rheostat

_D o) a)

Blue

'

.

_,

>

/

' Black

/-_

>

e_ _ ¢

Blower _ Manual / Reset

Yellow

Control /

),

Black

BumerManualResetc_.c.)

_

!_]fl_k-_p_ple

(Insegs

._

__

have auto reset)

'l

_

]

N



'

-_ o/1_))

Auger

Draft Fan_. (Combustion

Thermostat Wires

M_.,or

1.3 ,

Fan)

Fan. Speed Disc

60T13

L140-20F

P/N

15057

Blower Manual Reset

60T14

L200-40F

P/N

15011

Burner Manual

60T14

L200-40F

P/N 15011

60T12

F110-20F

P/N 11565

Reset

Safety Disc

Page 20



WIRING

DIAGRAM Control

-,Model MP35/50

Board Comnlon

= C

Power = P * Gray wires to control arc for factory

_;=_)

(P)(c)

testing

board only.

115 Volt A.C.

Power

Supply

(P)

_ T87F Tha'mostat Wall Plate

must (C_

I r--_

Cr,"a_ •

i

ii

el

i

[_

)

_ i

k

_-"

Green (Ground)

_.,

Whit_(C)

have proper _

" --

polarity.

Black(P)

_

|

o_.g_ IV'X"&

I •

white (c)

T

.

Manual Reset

• Fan Spe_xi Conh'ol Rheostat _Brown

_

_X______Isck(C)

, ,, ,.....

(P).

ak Yellow

_.,

(P) I (c)

\

-_k___

Blue (('"

(P)

")

g

tt.---._(p)

S_'ety Di_

Page 21



GLOSSARY AUGER

The

OF TERMS auger transfers

the fuel down the

burner tube into the firepot. AUGER MOTOR The auger motor drives auger to deliver fuel to the firepot. BLOWER

HIGH

LIMIT

MANUAL

the MAIN switch

RESET

If

the temperature of the stove reaches 200°F, the high limit manual reset will "POP" and stop the flow of electricity to the fuel feed system. This disc will require resetting by pressing the red button until it locks in (see page 24 showing

HOPPER . The hopper is where the pellets are stored and funneled down to feed the fuel metering cup.

location).

POWER SWITCH allows electricity to

primary control board motor and dra_ fan.

to

The flow

the cup

main power through the motor,

auger

RHEOSTAT The Rheostat controls the speed of the morn air fan. To vary the speed of the room air

the temperature of the burner area reaches 200c' F, the flow of electricity will be stopped to the feed

fan, rotate the rheostat dial to the desired setting. When the insert is hot (stove temperatures above 140° F.), the rheostat override (fan speed disc) will automatically run the fan on high speed to prevent the insert from overheating.

system. This disc will require resetting by pressing the red button until it locks in (see page 24 showing

SAFETY

BURNER

HIGH

LIMIT

MANUAL

RESET

If

location): BURNER

TUBE

passageways;

The burner

tube contains two

one for the auger

and the other for

combustion air. This tube supplies and;combustion air to the firepot. cuP

MOTOR'

metering

The cup motor

both the fuel

drives

the fuel

cup to deliver fuel to the auger.

DRAFT FAN pushes air into the combustion and into the flue for draft. FAN SPEED

DISC

firepot

At stove temperatures

for

above

1400 F, the fan speed disc activates, by passing the rheostat causing the room air fan to run at full speed. FIREPOT

The

firepot

is

where

combustion

OCC_.

FUEL METERING CUP The fuel metering cup meters the amount of fuel and delivers it down to the auger. fuel.

DISC

At stove

temperatures

above

110 °, the Safety Disc engages to allow electricity flow to the Fuel Feed System.

The cup will deliver

a set amount

of

Page 22



to

SPECIFICATIONS Approx

- Model

MP35/50

Sq Ft Heat

Capacity

Up to 1800

Flue

4" Top/Rear

Size

Width

Sq. Ft.

-ll

24"

Depth

Overall

¸ 17 1/4"

33" 30"

Height

Overall

33.5"

Height

31.75" 12 3/4"

Floor

to Rear

Flue

Center

*L.H.Side

17.5" of stove

to cntr/flue

4.25" _-'---

Outside Floor

Air Provision

Yes

Protection Requirements Mobile Home

Yes

Residentia

** No

Fuse

,I

21"

25 3/4" 127/

3 amp

Hopper

55 Ibs

Capacity

31 3/4"

Heat

Input

35,000-50,000

(Max.)

Ship Weight

350 Lbs.

Room

210 CFM

Blower

BTU/hr

1.2 amps

¢---Cup Motor

Approx.

1 RPM

.34 amps

Auger

Approx.

6 RPM

1.12 amps

Approx.

60 CFM

Draft

Motor Fan

Viewed

from

If instaUed

behind on a solid

unit, facing level surface

.65 amps _---"_

forward. (no carpet).

24'

Page 23



21'"-'------_

COMPONENT

DIAGRAMS Top Vent Outlet

Gold

f

Ash I

____

""-D_

o

I

l

Hopper

--_

I

o

l

_..__. l_

,Rear Vent OutletBurner Manual Reset (15011)_

Safety Disc (11565)

_ _ _. -]_ _-"

Blower Manual Reset (15011) Fan Speed Disc (15057) " Cup Motor (15060) •_ Auger Motor (15070) + Room Air Fan (16492)

(Shown with motor cabinet removed)

Control Board C Rheostat

Motor

(528)

Cabinet

Power Cord (02071) Page 24



The Earth Stov Pellet Appliance Limited Warranty WHAT YOU SERVICE:

WHO IS COVERED:

MUST

DO

TO

OBTAIN

WARRANTY

The original purchaser. WHAT

Contact your selling dealer. Provide the following information to the dealer;, Model number, Serial number, Date of Purchase, and Place of Purchase (if different).

IS COVERED:

100% of all parts to be free of defects in materials workmanship (except marble, and glass).

and

OR Prior to repair or replacement, send the defective Prepaid) with the above information to:

FOR HOW LONG:

The Earth Stove, Inc. 10595 SW Manhasset St. Tualatin, OR 97062

One year from date of purchase. Marble is covered for 90 days. Glass is covered for 30 days. ADDITIONAL

IMPORTANT: UNLESS:

COVERAGE:

Electrical par_ are covered date of purchase.

part (Freight

100% for two years

from

THIS

WARRANTY

IS

NOT

VALID

• The warranty registration card has been properly completed and returned within 30 days of purchase.

The stove body, door flame, and heat exchange tubes are covered year two through five at the current retail price at time of repair or replacement, according to the schedule below:

• The defective stove or part(s) are promptly delivered, with ALL FREIGHT AND HANDLING CHARGES PREPAID, to The Earth Stove, Inc. or oar authorized dealer from which the stove was purchased.

Year Year Year Year

2 - 80% 3 - 60% 4 - 40% 5 - 20%

Year two through

coverage coverage coverage coverage five coverage

• When returning parts for warranty, wires, alter or disassemble part(s). • The appliance Technician.

This warranty gives you specific have other rights which vary from may not allow the limitations or limitations or exclusions may not authorized to extend or enlarge which we may have in connection

Logs Firepot IS NOT COVERED:

*

The cost of inspection

*

Adjusmaents

RETAIN

to the stove to and

Shipping damage, improper handling, improper operation, misuse, abuse, neglect, accident, damage from improper installation, alteration, or unauthorized service. ABOVE

MUST

installed

by a Qualified

legal rights and you may state to state. Some states exclusions set forth so the apply to you. N ° person is any liability or obligation with the sale of the stove.

THIS FOR YOUR RECORDS

Model

Removal and reinstallation costs, shipping costs from factory and or authorized service center.

ALL THE PURCHASER.

be

We shall not be liable for incidental or consequential damages or commercial loss, nor for any loss or damage except as set forth in this warranty.

excludes:

Gaskets/Rope Baffles Paint

WHAT

must

do not cut

BE

BORNE

BY

* Serial Number. Dealer Date of Purchase.

* Serial Number

THE

Page 25



Locations

Freestanding - on the back, above motor cabinet Insert- inside hopper loading lid.

SAFETY/LISTING

LABEL

5_ALLAT1Cfl MUST m=MACEtN ACCORDANCEWITHLDOM. COO_SA_ THEMAflUFACTURE.q's g(STALLA'DON INS_UCTI_ OgTAiN A PERMIT. L'iNSTALLkl'ION(X31TETREFAIr EH COMFORMANTAL0[CODES LOCALESET LJES INSTIKICTIONSD(JFABAICANT,ONDOlT OBTEN_ UN PE_MIS. Idan,_ac_,d by/Pmdultpar TFE EAR]14STOVE,U_C, 10_16SW_

Thoy_r_rantt_ gsSwz_n_

it_ a dupSc_ colthe modelbm.'cL quec'mit u_ d_*

du_dd*

Les epreu_H_ r_c_lfte #e con_

Cornnuy be used zs a _

when fire p_Lpert numberCP-1Is installed.

APPROVEDFUEL: Pdletbed blcmlas_1/4"_ 40,0_) BTU/nr.

sort nU_ dce ma_m est errk, ve ou sl _elomne_ n'_

DOn_ o_st_ct the spaceunderheater,

BTUAb,,10% moisturecontent,I% ash, firingi

I

_'obst_z

_

I'es_aceso_s In f_Jn*d

WARffiNG

|

22"

* •

iX) NOTINSTALL INA S_F.._rNGRDOU. DO NOTOPERATEWITHFIREBOXIX)OR OPEN.

• •

b_SPECT,CLEANHEATEFI,AN9 VENTSYSTEMREGULARLY. DO NOTOPRRATET_4SUNITUi'_JES_YOUAREFAM[UARwm.i THE PROCEDURE.

*

NEVERADO PELLETSBY HANDTO A SMOLDERINGFIRE. AV_'nSSEMENT

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Listed by

1MNIBeaverton, OR. USA

MFG: THE EARTH STOVE, INC. TUALATIN, OR 97062

MODEL: MP 35-50 PELLET FIRED STOVE

sE.,...o.8, i THIS

PELLET

FIRED

HEATING

APPLIANCE

I HAS

BEEN

CONSTRUCTED, TESTED AND LISTED FOR USE IN STANDARD RESIDENTIAL CONSTRUCTION IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE APPLICABLE UL STANDARDS AND FOR USE IN MANUFACTURED DWELLINGS ACCORDING TO OREGON ADMINISTRATIVE RULES 918-520-010 TH ROUGH 918-520-110. SEE MAIN LABEL AND INSTRUCTION BOOK FOR INSTALLATION AND VENTING REQUIREMENTS• THE MANUFACTURER WARRANTS IT IS A DUPLICATE OF THE MODEL TESTED.

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AND MAINTENANCE Service Technician

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Service Description

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LENNOX HEARTH PRODUCTS 1110 West Taft Ave.

It Orange, Phone:



CA 92865-4150 (714) 921-6100

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