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****** Page 1 ****** heatilator The first name in fireplaces Models: SC60 Wood Burning Fireplace Service pans list has been removed from this manual. Refer to Owner's Manual or individual service parts list. NOTICE DO NOT DISCARD THIS MANUAL Owner's Manual Installation and Operation LISTED • Important operating and maintenance instructions included. Read, understand and follow these instructions for safe installation and operation. Leave this manual with party responsible for use and operation. AWARNING 0604 40 A WARNING If the information in these instruc- tions is not followed exactly, a fire may result causing property damage, personal injury, or death. • Do not store or use gasoline or other flam- mable vapors and liquids in the vicinity of this or any other appliance. • Do not overfire. Overfiring will void your warranty. • Comply with all minimum clearances to combustibles as specified. Failure to comply may cause house fire. NFI z Installation and service of this fireplace should be performed by qualified personnel. Hearth & Home Technologies suggests NFI certified or factory-trained professionals, or technicians supervised by an NFI certified professional. Wood Energy Technical HOT SURFACES! Screen/mesh, glass doors and other surfaces are hot during operation AND cool down. Hot screen/mesh and glass doors will cause burns. DO NOT touch screen/mesh or glass doors until cooled NEVER allow children to touch screen/mesh or glass doors Keep children away CAREFULLY SUPERVISE children in same room as fireplace. Alert children and adults to hazards of high temperatures. High temperatures may ignite clothing or other flammable materials. Keep clothing, furniture, draperies and other flammable materials away. AWARNING Fire Risk For use with solid wood fuel or decorative gas appliance only. DO NOT install unvented gas logs. Heatilator • SC60 • 32838 • Rev AG • 7/12 1

****** Page 2 ****** Read this manual before installing or operating this fireplace. Please retain this owner's manual for future reference. Congratulations! Congratulations on selecting a Heatilator wood burning fireplace. The Heatilator fireplace you have selected is designed to provide the utmost in safety and reliability. As the owner of a new fireplace, you'll want to read and carefully follow all of the instructions contained in this owner's manual. Pay special attention to all cautions and warnings. Homeowner Reference Information Model Name: Serial Number: Dealership purchased from. Notes: Listing Label InformationlLocation This owner's manual should be retained for future refer- ence. We suggest you keep it with your other important documents and product manuals. Your new Heatilator wood burning fireplace will give you years of durable use and trouble-free enjoyment. Wel- come to the Heatilator family of fireplace products! We recommend that you record the following pertinent information about your fireplace: Date purchased/installed: Location on fireplace: Dealer phone: The model information regarding your specific fireplace can be found on the rating plate located on the smoke shield of the fireplace. 2 Serial Number FIRE c UL us LISTED CE NO. Grate WARNING: RISKOF MODEL O. FIRE DAMAGE. REPLACE GRATE WITH HEARTH & HOME TECHNOLOGIES INC. Fireplace Model MODEL NO MFG. DATE FIRECHAMBER INTENDED FOR USE WITH HEARTH & HOME TECHNOLOGIES INC. LISTED FIREPLACE PARTS. SEE INSTALLATION AND OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS FOR THIS MODEL. ONLY HEARTH & HOME TECHNOLOGIES INC. GLASS DOOR KITS CAN BE INSTALLED ON THIS UNIT. FIREPLACE ALSO FOR USE IN MANUFACT RED HOMES CLEARANCE TO CHIMNEY FIREBOX COMBUSTIBLES: 2 IN. MIN. AN KIT RATED AT MODEL NO. 115 50/60 HI, IN. MIN. AMP. DO NOT OVERFIRE. USE ONLY: SOLID WOOD FUEL OR LISTED DECORATIVE GAS APPLIANCE. DO NOT USE A FIREPLACE INSERT OR OTHER PRODUCTS NOT SPECIFIED FOR USE WITH THIS PRODUCT. IF DOORS ARE USED OPERATE FIREPLACE WITH DOORS FULLY OPEN OR CLOSED ONLY. WHEN BURNING A DECORATIVE GAS APPLIANCE IN THE FIREPLACE, ADJUST DAMPER TO THE FULLY OPEN POSITION. WARNING! THIS FIREPLACE HAS NOT BEEN TESTED WITH AN UNVENTED GAS LOG SET. TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR INJURY, DO NOT INSTALL AN UNVENTED GAS LOG SET INTO FIREPLACE. WARNING! THIS APPLIANCE IS NOT FOR USE AS COOKING EQUIPMENT. IF INSTALLATION OR OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS ARE MISSING CONTACT: HEARTH & HOME TECHNOLOGIES INC., 1915 W. SAUNDERS ST., MT. PLEASANT, IA 52641. Note: An arrow found in the text signifies change in content. Heatilator • SC60 • 32838 • Rev AG • 7/12

****** Page 3 ****** Congratulations! Warranty Listing and Code Approvals 1 2 3 4 5 6 A Safety Alert Key: DANGER! Indicates a hazardous situation which, if not avoided result in death or serious injury. WARNING! Indicates a hazardous situation which, if not avoided could result in death or serious injury. CAUTION! Indicates a hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in minor or moderate injury. NOTICE: Indicates practices which may cause damage to the fireplace or to property. Table of Contents SC60 • 32838 • Rev AG • 7/12 A. B. C. D. Appliance Certification Non-Combustible Materials Combustible Materials Electrical Codes User Guide Operating Instructions A. B. C. D. E. F. G. H. J. K. L. M. N. Your Fireplace Seasoned Wood Starting a Fire Grate Firescreen Flue Damper Firebrick Glass Doors Outside Air Fan Kit Vented Gas Log Sets & Gas Log Lighters Optional Components Clear Space Wood Fuel Maintenance and Service 6 7 11 13 2 6 6 6 6 7 8 8 8 8 8 8 9 9 9 9 9 9 10 11 11 12 12 12 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 Installation of Fireplace A. Things to Consider B. Position the Fireplace C. Place Protective Metal Hearth Strips D. Level Fireplace E. Install Outside Air Kit F. Fan Kit Chimney Assembly A. Chimney Requirements B. Using Offsets/Returns C. Assemble Chimney Sections D. Install Chimney Air Kit E. Install Ceiling Firestops F. Install Attic Insulation Shield G. Cut out Hole in Roof H. Complete Installation Install Flashing J. Chimney Termination Requirements Chase Installations A. Construct the Chase B. Install Fireplace & Chimney C. Install Chase Top D. Install Termination Cap Shrouds A. Radiation Shield B. Field Constructed Shrouds Finishing A. B. C. D. E. Disposal of Ashes Chimney Inspection/Cleaning Check Firebrick Inspect Grate Glass Cleaning Troubleshooting Guide Installer Guide Getting Started A. B. C. D. E. F. G. Non-Combustible Materials Combustible Materials Hearth Extension Finishing Material Combustible Mantel Sidewalls/Surrounds Firebrick Installation A. B. C. D. E. F. G. H. Typical Fireplace System Design and Installation Considerations Draft Negative Pressure Locating Fireplace & Chimney Tools and Supplies Needed Fireplace System Requirements Inspect Fireplace and Components 14 14 15 15 15 16 17 17 17 18 18 19 20 20 Accessories A. Gas Log/Lighter Provision B. Wood Burning Inserts Reference Materials A. B. C. D. E. Fireplace Dimensions Optional Components Chimney Components Service Parts Contact Information Framing & Clearances A. B. C. D. Select Fireplace Location Clearances Sidewalls/Surrounds Frame the Fireplace Heatilator • 21 21 21 21 21 23 23 24 25 26 27 27 27 28 29 29 29 30 31 31 32 32 33 35 35 35 37 37 37 37 38 39 40 40 41 41 41 42 42 43 44 47 48 3

****** Page 4 ****** Warranty Hearth & Home Technologies Inc. LIMITED LIFETIME WARRANTY Hearth & Home Technologies Inc., on behalf of its hearth brands ("HHT"), extends the following warranty for HHT gas, wood, pellet, coal and electric hearth appliances that are purchased from an HHT authorized dealer. I wasn't aware of any RCI. WARRANTY COVERAGE: HHT warrants to the original owner of the HHT appliance at the site of installation, and to any transferee taking ownership of the appliance at the site of installation within two years following the date of original purchase, that the HHT appliance will be free from defects in materials and workmanship at the time of manufacture. After installation, if covered compo- nents manufactured by HHT are found to be defective in materials or workmanship during the applicable warranty period, HHT will, at its option, repair or replace the covered components. HHT, at its own discretion, may fully discharge all of its obligations under such warranties by replacing the product itself or refunding the verified purchase price of the product itself. The maximum amount recoverable under this warranty is limited to the purchase price of the product. This warranty is subject to conditions, exclusions and limitations as described below. WARRANTY PERIOD: Warranty coverage begins on the date of original purchase. In the case of new home construction, warranty coverage begins on the date of first occupancy of the dwelling or six months after the sale of the product by an independent, authorized HHT dealer/ distributor, whichever occurs earlier. The warranty shall commence no later than 24 months following the date of product shipment from HHT, regardless of the installation or occupancy date. The warranty period for parts and labor for covered components is produced in the following table. The term "Limited Lifetime" in the table below is defined as: 20 years from the beginning date of warranty coverage for gas appliances, and 10 years from the beginning date of warranty coverage for wood, pellet, and coal appliances. These time periods reflect the minimum expected useful lives of the designated components under normal operating conditions. Warranty Period Parts Labor 1 Year 2 years 3 ears HHT Manufactured Appliances and Venting Wood Pellet Coal Electric Venting Components Covered 5 ears 7 years 10 ears Limited Lifetime 1 ear 3 years 1 year 3 years Gas x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x Wood x x x x x x x x x x x x x x All parts and material except as covered by Conditions, x Exclusions, and Limitations listed Igniters, electronic components, and lass Factor -installed blowers Molded refracto anels Fire Ots and burn Ots Castin s and baffles Manifold tubes, HHT chimne and termination Burners, logs and refractory Firebox and heat exchanger All replacement parts x be ond warrant eriod 90 Days 4 See conditions, exclusions, and limitations on next page. Heatilator • SC60 • 32838 • Rev AG • 7/12

****** Page 5 ****** WARRANTY CONDITIONS: This warranty only covers HHT appliances that are purchased through an HHT authorized dealer or distributor. A list of HHT authorized dealers is available on the HHT branded websites. This warranty is only valid while the HHT appliance remains at the site of original installation. Contact your installing dealer for warranty service. If the installing dealer is unable to provide necessary parts, contact the nearest HHT authorized dealer or supplier. Additional service fees may apply if you are seeking warranty service from a dealer other than the dealer from whom you originally purchased the product. Check with your dealer in advance for any costs to you when arranging a warranty call. Travel and shipping charges for parts are not covered by this warranty. WARRANTY EXCLUSIONS: This warranty does not cover the following: Changes in surface finishes as a result of normal use. As a heating appliance, some changes in color of interior and exterior surface finishes may occur. This is not a flaw and is not covered under warranty. Damage to printed, plated, or enameled surfaces caused by fingerprints, accidents, misuse, scratches, melted items, or other external sources and residues left on the plated surfaces from the use of abrasive cleaners or polishes. Repair or replacement of parts that are subject to normal wear and tear during the warranty period. These parts include: paint, wood, pellet and coal gaskets, firebricks, grates, flame guides, light bulbs, batteries and the discolor- ation of glass. Minor expansion, contraction, or movement of certain parts causing noise. These conditions are normal and com- plaints related to this noise are not covered by this warranty. Damages resulting from: (1) failure to install, operate, or maintain the appliance in accordance with the installation instructions, operating instructions, and listing agent identification label furnished with the appliance; (2) failure to install the appliance in accordance with local building codes; (3) shipping or improper handling; (4) improper opera- tion, abuse, misuse, continued operation with damaged, corroded or failed components, accident, or improperly/ incorrectly performed repairs; (5) environmental conditions, inadequate ventilation, negative pressure, or drafting caused by tightly sealed constructions, insufficient make-up air supply, or handling devices such as exhaust fans or forced air furnaces or other such causes; (6) use of fuels other than those specified in the operating instructions; (7) installation or use of components not supplied with the appliance or any other components not expressly authorized and approved by HHT; (8) modification of the appliance not expressly authorized and approved by HHT in writing; and/or (9) interruptions or fluctuations of electrical power supply to the appliance. Non-HHT venting components, hearth components or other accessories used in conjunction with the appliance. Any part of a pre-existing fireplace system in which an insert or a decorative gas appliance is installed. HHT's obligation under this warranty does not extend to the appliance's capability to heat the desired space. Informa- tion is provided to assist the consumer and the dealer in selecting the proper appliance for the application. Consider- ation must be given to appliance location and configuration, environmental conditions, insulation and air tightness of the structure. This warranty is void if: The appliance has been over-fired or operated in atmospheres contaminated by chlorine, fluorine, or other damaging chemicals. Over-firing can be identified by, but not limited to, warped plates or tubes, rust colored cast iron, bubbling, cracking and discoloration of steel or enamel finishes. The appliance is subjected to prolonged periods of dampness or condensation. There is any damage to the appliance or other components due to water or weather damage which is the result of, but not limited to, improper chimney or venting installation. LIMITATIONS OF LIABILITY: The owner's exclusive remedy and HHT's sole obligation under this warranty, under any other warranty, express or implied, or in contract, tort or othemise, shall be limited to replacement, repair, or refund, as specified above. In no event will HHT be liable for any incidental or consequential damages caused by defects in the appliance. Some states do not allow exclusions or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so these limitations may not apply to you. This warranty gives you specific rights; you may also have other rights, which vary from state to state. EXCEPT TO THE EXTENT PROVIDED BY LAW, HHT MAKES NO EXPRESS WARRANTIES OTHER THAN THE WARRANTY SPECIFIED HEREIN. THE DURATION OF ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY IS LIMITED TO DURATION OF THE EXPRESSED WARRANTY SPECIFIED ABOVE. SC60 • 32838 • Rev AG • 7/12 Heatilator • 5

****** Page 6 ****** Listing and Code Approvals B. Non-Combustible Materials A. Appliance Certification Materials which will not ignite and burn, composed of This fireplace system has been tested and listed in accor- any combination of the following. dance with UL 127 and ULC-S610 standards by Under- writers Laboratories Inc. for installation and operation in the United States and Canada. This fireplace may be installed in sleeping rooms EX- CEPT in manufactured homes. If installed with a gas log set, provisions for the National Fuel Gas Code must be met. This fireplace has been tested and listed for use with the optional components specified in this manual. These op- tional components may be purchased separately and in- stalled at a later date. Installation of an outside air kit will require significant reconstruction and is best if installed at the time of fireplace installation. Heatilator is a registered trademark of Hearth & Home Technologies Inc. WARNING! Risk of Fire! Hearth & Home Technologies disclaims any responsibility for, and the warranty and agency listing will be voided by the following actions. DO NOT: • install or operate damaged fireplace • modify fireplace • install other than as instructed by Hearth & Home Technologies • operate the fireplace without fully assembling all components . overfire • install an unvented gas log set • install any component not approved by Hearth & Home Technologies • install parts or components not Listed or approved Improper installation, adjustment, alteration, service or maintenance can cause injury or property damage. For assistance or additional information, consult a qualified installer, service agency or your dealer. NOTICE: This fireplace is tested and approved as a decorative fireplace. It should not be factored as a primary SC60 • 32838 • Rev AG • 7/12 Steel Brick Concrete Glass Iron Tile Slate Plasters Materials reported as passing ASTM E 136, Standard Test Method for Behavior of Metals, in a Vertical Tube Furnace at 7500 C C. Combustible Materials Materials made of or surfaced with any of the following materials: Wood Plant fibers Compressed paper Plastic Any material that can ignite and burn; flame proofed or not, plastered or un-plastered D. Electrical Codes NOTICE: This appliance must be electrically wired and grounded in accordance with local codes or, in the absence of local codes, with National Electric Code ANSI/NFPA 70-latest edition or the Canadian Electric Code CSA C22.1. A 110-120 VAC circuit for this product must be protected with ground-fault circuit-interrupter protection, in compliance with the applicable electrical codes, when it is installed in damp locations. heat source in residential heating calculations. 6 Heatilator •

****** Page 7 ****** User Guide Operating Instructions A WARNING HOT SURFACES! Glass and other surfaces are hot during operation AND cool down. Hot glass will cause burns. DO NOT touch glass until it is cooled NEVER allow children to touch glass Keep children away CAREFULLY SUPERVISE children in same room as fireplace. Alert children and adults to hazards of high temperatures. High temperatures may ignite clothing or other flammable materials. Keep clothing, furniture, draperies and other flammable materials away. If you expect that children may come into contact with this appliance, we recommend a barrier such as a decorative screen. See your dealer for suggestions. A. Your Fireplace WARNING! DO NOT operate fireplace before reading and understanding operating instructions. Failure to operate fireplace according to operating instructions could cause fire or injury. Flue Damper Section 2.F. Out - OPEN In - CLOSE Firebrick, bottom and sides (not shown) Section 2.G. Grate Section 2.D. Wood Fuel Section 2.N. Combustion Air Slide Open Close Outside Air Control Handle Hearth Gas Log Set Gas Log Lighters (not shown) Section 2.K. Firescreen (not shown) Section 2.E. Glass Doors (not shown) Section 2.H. Fan Control Section 2.J. Clear Space Section 2.L. Figure 2.1 Section 2.1. Out - OPEN In - CLOSE General Operating Parts Heatilator • SC60 • 32838 • Rev AG • 7/12 7

****** Page 8 ****** B. Seasoned Wood Properly seasoned wood is important for successful operation of your fireplace. Most woodburning fireplace problems are caused by burning wet, unseasoned wood. Seasoned firewood is wood that is cut to size, split and air dried to a moisture content of around 20%. Imagine a wooden bucket that weighs about eight pounds. Fill it with a gallon of water, put it in the fireplace and try to burn it. This sounds ridiculous but that is exactly what you are doing if you burn unseasoned wood. A tree cut down a year ago and not split is likely to have almost as high a moisture content now as it did when it was cut. Please refer to Section 2.N. for more detail. C. Starting a Fire NOTICE: You must establish a good draft to prevent smoke spillage into the room. WARNING! Risk of Fire! Keep combustible materials, gasoline and other flammable vapors and liquids clear of the fireplace. DO NOT: • store flammable materials close to the fireplace • use gasoline, lantern fuel, kerosene, charcoal lighter fluid or similar liquids to start or 'freshen up" a fire in this fireplace. Keep all flammable liquids well away from the fireplace while it is in use. Combustible materials may ignite. The first three or four fires should be of moderate size to allow the oils and binders to be burned from the fireplace and the refractory and paint to cure. You may notice an industrial odor the first few fires. This is considered normal. Use well-seasoned wood. Open the flue damper to a fully open position. Place crumpled or twisted paper under the fireplace grate. Loosely arrange kindling or small pieces of wood to form a 'tent' on the fireplace grate. Pre-warm the flue to establish a draft to help reduce smoke spillage during start-up. Hold a rolled up piece of burning newspaper under the flue damper for a few moments. Light the crumpled paper to ignite the kindling. Add small pieces of wood until a hot bed of embers has been established. Add a minimum of three average size pieces of split firewood, placed to allow combustion air and flames between them CAIJTION! Odors and vapors released during initial operation may be irritating to sensitive individuals. Open windows for air circulation. 8 Heatilator • SC60 • D. Grate This fireplace is designed to be used with the grate sup- plied with this unit or one approved by HHT. The grate will break down over time and will need occasional replace- ment. WARNING! Risk of Fire! Use only the factory-supplied integral grate. Keeps logs in place. Allows proper air circulation around the fire. E. Firescreen The firescreen is provided to control sparks. Keep it closed when the fireplace is in use. WARNING! Risk of Fire or Burns! Screen will not prevent burning materials from falling out. Screen pulls or handles may be hot. F. Flue Damper Refer to Figure 2.1 for location of control. Must be in fully open position (handle up toward the top of the fireplace) during operation of the fireplace. Before lighting the fireplace, verify fully open position by looking up from the inside of the fireplace. WARNING! Risk of Fire and Asphyxiation! Open damper prior to operating fireplace. A closed damper overfires the fireplace and spills smoke and flames into the room. G. Firebrick Firebrick is supplied to contain heat and provide an attractive interior. It will break down over time and will need occasional replacement. Small hairline cracks and discoloration are normal and do not affect its safety. (See firebrick maintenance Section 3.C.) WARNING! Risk of Fire! DO NOT burn fireplace with- out refractory. Use only refractory supplied by Hearth & Home Technologies, Inc. 32838 • Rev AG • 7/12

****** Page 9 ****** I. Outside Air The outside air kit supplies some fresh combustion air for your fireplace. It may help reduce the effects of negative air pressure. (See Section 5.D.) Refer to Figure 2.1 for location of control Close the inlet to prevent cold drafts when the fireplace is not being used. CAUTION! Risk of Burns! The outside air control handle is HOT when fireplace is in operation. Adjust BEFORE lighting fire. J. Fan Kit Activate wall switch. See also: Section 7.F. Heatilator • H. Glass Doors Glass doors are optional. Refer to Figure 2.2 for how to properly use them. WARNING! Risk of Fire! Install ONLY doors ap- proved by Hearth & Home Technologies, Inc. WARNING! Risk of Fire and Smoke! Fireplaces equlpped with doors should be operated only with doors fully open or doors fully closed. If doors are left partly open, gas and flame may be drawn out of the SC60 • 32838 • Rev AG • 7/12 fireplace opening. FULLY OPEN CORRECT O FULLY CLOSED CORRECT O PARTLY OPEN INCORRECT PARTLY CLOSED INCORRECT Figure 2.2 Operating Positions of Bi-fold Doors K. Vented Gas Log Sets & Gas Log Lighters Optional Vented gas logs or gas log lighters can be installed in this fireplace. Follow the instructions provided with the accessory for operation. WARNING! Risk of Fire or Asphyxiation! • DO NOT install unvented gas logs. • Damper must be locked open. • Gas flame may generate fumes. L. Optional Components Other options may be available Consult your dealer/distributor WARNING! Risk of Fire! DO NOT install and or use any component not approved by Hearth & Home Tech- nologjes Inc. M. Clear Space Do not place combustible objects within areas indicated in Figure 2.3. WARNING! DO NOT place combustible objects in front of the fireplace. High temperatures may ignite clothing, furniture or draperies. Mantel - avoid placing candles and other heat-sensitive objects on mantel or hearth. Heat may damage these objects. Figure 2.3 48 in (1219 mm) Clear Space Front of Fireplace 12 im (305 mm) Clear Space Sides ot Fireplace (from the FP opening) Clear Space 9

****** Page 10 ****** N. Wood Fuel Seasoned Wood Cut logs to size Hardwood vs Softwood Split to 6 in. (152 mm) or less Your fireplace performance depends on the quality of the Air dry to a moisture content of around 20% firewood you use. Soft wood - about nine months Seasoned wood contains about 8,000 BTUs per pound Hard wood - about eighteen months Hard woods are more dense than soft woods. NOTICE: Seasoning time may vary depending on drying Hard woods contain 60% more BTUs than soft woods. conditions. Hard woods require more time to season, burn slower and are harder to ignite. Storing Wood Soft woods require less time to dry, burn faster and are Steps to ensure properly seasoned wood: easier to ignite. Start the fire with soft wood to bring the fireplace up to operating temperature and to establish draft. Add hard wood for slow, even heat and longer burn SC60 • 32838 • Rev AG • 7/12 time. Soft woods • • • Moisture Douglas Fir Pine Spruce Cedar Poplar Aspen Alder Hard woods Oak Maple • Apple Birch WARNING! Risk of Fire! DO NOT burn wet or green wood. Wet, unseasoned wood can cause accumulation of creosote. The majority of the problems fireplace owners experience are caused by trying to burn wet, unseasoned wood. Wet, unseasoned wood requires energy to evaporate the water instead of heating your home, and Evaporating moisture cools your chimney, accelerating Stack wood to allow air to circulate freely around and through woodpile. Elevate wood pile off ground to allow air circulation underneath. Smaller pieces of wood dry faster. Any piece over 6 in. • (152 mm) in diameter should be split. • Wood (whole or split) should be stacked so both ends of each peice are exposed to air. More drying occurs through the cut ends than the sides. Store wood under cover to prevent water absorbtion from rain or snow. Avoid covering the sides and ends completely. WARNING! Fire Risk! DO NOT store wood: • In front of the fireplace. In space required for loading or ash removal. Processed Solid Fuel Firelogs Manufactured firelogs may be used with this fireplace. Hearth & Home Technologies Inc. recommends the use of UL Classified processed fuel firelogs. Follow the manufac- turer's lighting and safety instructions. Using firelogs may require more frequent chimney inspec- tion and cleaning. Do not poke or stir the logs while they are burning. Use only firelogs that have been evaluated for the application in manufactured fireplaces and refer to firelog warnings and caution markings on packaging prior to use. formation of creosote. 10 Heatilator •

****** Page 11 ****** Maintenance and Service B. Chimney Inspection/CIeaning A. Disposal of Ashes Frequency: At least twice a year during heating season Frequency: When they reach bottom of grate or as recommended by a certified chimney sweep By: Homeowner By: Certified chimney sweep WARNING! Risk of Fire! Ashes could contain hot em- WARNING! Risk of Fire! Ignited creosote is extremely bers. HOT Prevent creosote buildup. Place ashes in a metal container with a tight-fitting lid. Refer to Figure 3.1 to remove/reinstall termination caps. The closed container should be placed on a non- Creosote - Formation and Need for Removal combustible floor or on the ground, well away from all combustible materials, pending final disposal. When wood is burned slowly, it produces tar and other If the ashes are disposed of by burial in soil or otherwise organic vapors, which combine with expelled moisture to locally dispersed, they should be retained in the closed form creosote. The creosote vapors condense in the rela- container until all cinders have thoroughly cooled. tively cool chimney flue of a slow-burning fire. As a result, creosote residue accumulates on the flue lining. When ignited this creosote makes an extremely hot fire. WARNING! Risk of Fire! A chimney fire can permanently damage your chimney system and nearby structures. In the event of a chimney fire, Hearth & Home Technolo- gies Inc. recommends • replacement of the chimney, and inspection of the adjacent structure to the provisions of NFPA Level Ill inspection criteria. The chimney shall be inspected at least twice a year during the heating season to determine when a creosote buildup has occurred. When creosote has accumulated it shall be removed to reduce the risk of a chimney fire. SC60 • 32838 • Rev AG • 7/12 Remove screws, lift top cover. Top Cover Cap Cap Slip Section Remove 4 screws and lift top pan off. ST375 Square Termination Cap 2. 3. Cap Chase Chimney TR344/TR342 Round Termination Cap Fi ure 3.1 Chimne Remove the 4 screws. Remove the screen. Remove the baffle. TS345/TS345P Square Termination Caps Remove 2 screws from the front and back and lift the top off. SCREW TCT375 Terra Cotta Termination Cap & Termination Ca Cleanin Heatilator • 1. Remove (8) screws 2. Lift Top off SCREW DT SERIES 11

****** Page 12 ****** C. Check Firebrick Frequency: After each ash removal By: Homeowner WARNING! Risk of Fire! Inspect firebrick. Crumbling, deteriorated firebrick can allow overheating of surround- ing materials. Expansion and contraction will cause minor cracking of the firebrick. This is normal. The firebrick will require peri- odic replacement depending on use. Replace broken firebrick. D. Inspect Grate Frequency: After each ash removal By: Homeowner Inspect grate for: Warping or sagging 1-1/2 in. (38 mm) or more Broken welds Burn-through of grate bars For safe operation, replace only with an approved grate from Hearth & Homes Technologies Inc. E. Glass Cleaning Frequency: As desired By: Homeowner CAUTION! Handle glass assembly with care. Glass is breakable. Avoid striking, scratching or slamming glass Avoid abrasive cleaners DO NOT clean glass while it is hot Clean glass with a non-abrasive commercially available cleaner or ashes: Light deposits Use household glass cleaner Heavy deposits Use wood ash on damp cloth or, Use commercial fireplace glass cleaner (consult with your dealer) 12 Heatilator • SC60 • 32838 • Rev AG • 7/12

****** Page 13 ****** Troubleshooting Guide SC60 • 32838 • Rev AG • 7/12 Start Fire Problems Can't get fire started Excessive smoke or spillage Burns too slowly Smolders, sizzles Fire burns too fast Possible Cause Not enough kindling/paper or no kindling/paper Damper closed/not fully open Not enough air for fire to ignite Wood condition is too wet, too large Bed of coals not established before adding wood Flue blockage such as birds' nests or leaves in termination cap Down draft or negative pressure Competition with exhaust devices Extremely dry or soft wood No glass doors Overdrafting Heatilator • Solution Use dry kindling, more paper. Arrange kindling & wood for air movement. Open damper. Check for restricted cap/shroud. Open air kit (if installed). Check for flue blockage. Pre-warm flue before starting fire (refer to starting fire section). Check for adequate vent height (refer to chimney assembly section). Open window below the fireplace towards the wind. Use dry, seasoned wood (refer to wood fuel section). Start with paper & kindling to establish bed of coals (refer to starting fire section). Have chimney inspected for creosote and cleaned by a certified chimney sweep. Do not use exhaust fans during start-up (refer to negative pressure section). Open window below the fireplace towards the wind. Mix in hardwood. Mix in less seasoned wood after fire is established (refer to wood fuel section). Add glass doors to slow down air flow. Check for correct vent height; too much vertical height creates overdrafting. Check location of vent termination (refer to chimney assembly section). 13

****** Page 14 ****** Installer Guide Getting Started A. Typical Fireplace System Additional lateral NOTICE: support for chimney Illustrations and photos reflect typical installations above roof (or enclosed and are for design purposes only. in chase) if needed Illustrations/diagrams are not drawn to scale. (Section 8.A.) Actual product may vary from pictures in manual. Termination cap Non-combustible (Section 8 & 9) roof flashing maintains Storm Collar minimum clearance (Section 9.D.) around chimney Chimney penetrates roof preferably without affecting Support straps roof rafters (Section 8) on rafter support chimney (not shown) Offset & Return (with hanger straps) (Section 8.B.) Attic insulation shield (not shown) must be used here to keep insulation away from chimney if attic is insulated (Section 8.F.) Framing headed off in ceiling joists (Section 8) Enclosed space above and around fireplace (Section 6) Mantel and surround (Section 11 -E. & 11 Decorative facing and trim (Section 11) Hearth extension (Section 11 Factory-built fireplace Ceiling firestop on floor of attic (Section 8.E.) Chimney system (Section 8) Combustible framing/header on top of V-shaped standoffs (Section 6) Chimney Air Kit (Section 8.D.) Required in Canada. Outlet must be no less than 6 ft. (1.83 m) off ground level. Outside combustion air (Section 7.E.) Protective metal hearth strip(s) (Section 7.C.) Figure 5.1 14 Typical Fireplace System Heatilator • SC60 • 32838 • Rev AG • 7/12

****** Page 15 ****** B. Design and Installation Considerations NOTICE: Check building codes prior to installation. Installation MUST comply with local, regional, state and national codes and regulations. Consult insurance carrier, local building inspector, fire officials or authorities having jurisdiction over restrictions, installation inspection and permits. Before installing, determine the following: Where the fireplace is to be installed The vent system configuration to be used Gas supply piping Electrical wiring Framing and finishing details Whether optional accessories—devices such as a fan, wall switch or remote control—are desired C. Draft Draft is the pressure difference needed to vent fireplaces successfully. When a fireplace is drafting successfully, all combustion byproducts are exiting the home through the chimney. Considerations for successful draft include: Preventing negative pressure • Location of fireplace and chimney NOTICE: Hearth & Home Technologies assumes no responsibility for the improper performance of the fireplace system caused by: • Inadequate draft due to environmental conditions Downdrafts Tight sealing construction of the structure Mechanical exhausting devices Improper location of the chimney Heatilator • SC60 • D. Negative Pressure WARNING! Risk of Asphyxiation! Negative pressure can cause spillage of combustion fumes and soot. Fire must draft properly for safe operation. Negative pressure results from the imbalance of air avail- able for the fireplace to operate properly. It can be stron- gest in lower levels of the house. Causes include: • Exhaust fans (kitchen, bath, etc.) Range hoods Combustion air requirements for furnaces, water heaters and other combustion appliances Clothes dryers Location of return-air vents to furnace or air conditioning Imbalances of the HVAC air handling system Upper level air leaks such as: Recessed lighting Attic hatch Duct leaks To minimize the effects of negative air pressure: Install the outside air kit with the intake facing prevailing winds during the heating season Ensure adequate outdoor air for combustion appliances and exhaust equipment Ensure furnace and air conditioning return vents are not located in the immediate vicinity of the fireplace Avoid installing the fireplace near doors, walkways or small isolated spaces Recessed lighting should be a "sealed can" design Attic hatches weather stripped or sealed Attic mounted duct work and air handler joints and seams taped or sealed Basement installations should be avoided NOTICE: Hearth & Home Technologies Inc. recommends the use of direct vent fireplaces in basements. 32838 • Rev AG • 7/12 15

****** Page 16 ****** E. Locating Fireplace & Chimney Location of the fireplace and chimney will affect perfor- mance. • Install within the warm airspace enclosed by the building envelope. This helps to produce more draft, especially during lighting and die-down of the fire. Penetrate the highest part of the roof. This minimizes the effects of wind loading Locate termination cap away from trees, adjacent structures, uneven roof lines and other obstructions. Minimize the use of chimney offsets. Consider the fireplace location relative to floor and ceiling and attic joists. Take into consideration the termination requirements in Section 8 and Section 9. NOTICE: Locating the fireplace in a basement or in a location of considerable air movement can cause intermittent smoke spillage from fireplace. Do not locate fireplace near frequently open doors • central heat outlets or returns SC60 • 32838 • Rev AG • 7/12 Recommended Location: • Above peak Recommended Location: • Above peak • Inside heated space Marginal Location: • Below peak o Location NOT recommended: • Not the highest point of the roof • Wind loading possible Recommended: • Insulated exterior chase in cooler climates Windward Multi-level Roofs •Marginal Location: • Wind loading possible Location NOT recommended: • Too close to tree • Below adjacent structure • Lower roof line • Avoid outside wall Leeward Figure 5.2 16 Recommended Chimney Locations Heatilator •

****** Page 17 ****** F. Tools and Supplies Needed Before beginning the installation be sure the following tools and building supplies are available: H. Inspect Fireplace and Components WARNING! Risk of Fire and/or Explosion! Damaged parts could impair safe operation. DO NOT install dam- aged, incomplete or substitute components. Keep fire- place dry. Reciprocating saw Hammer Phillips screwdriver Flat blade screwdriver Plumb line Level Framing material Non-combustible sealant Gloves Framing square Electric drill and bits Safety glasses Tape measure • Remove fireplace and components from packaging and inspect for damage. Vent system components and doors are shipped in separate packages. Report to your dealer any parts damaged in shipment. Read all the instructions before starting the installation. Follow these instructions carefully during the installation to ensure maximum safety and benefit. 1/2-3/4 in. length, #6 or #8 self-drilling screws Misc. screws and nails G. Fireplace System Requirements This fireplace system requires: Fireplace/integral grate/firebrick/outside air system/ junction box/fan kit Chimney system Hearth Extension Optional components include. Glass doors Chimney Air Kit Heatilator • SC60 • 32838 • Rev AG • 7/12 17

****** Page 18 ****** Framing & Clearances A. Select Fireplace Location SC60 • 32838 • Rev AG • 7/12 C Across a corner In an exterior chase or projecting into a garage Along a wall As a room divider 48 in. (1219 mm) 43 1/8 1095 c 93 3/8 2372 D 47 1194 25 635 Note:1/2 in. (13 mm) min. distance from fireplace to combustible materials. Note:ln addition to these framing dimensions, also reference the following sections: • Clearances (Section 6.8.) • Mantel Projections (Section II .E.) • Fireplace Dimensions (Section 13.A.) 5/8 in. (16 mm) all configurations 12 in. (305 mm) Minimum from FP opening to any perpendicular wall. Model SC60 Figure 6.1 18 inches mm 52 1/4 1327 24 1 / 4 616 66 1676 Fireplace Locations (Framing dimensions shown) Heatilator •

****** Page 19 ****** B. Clearances WARNING! Risk of Fire! You must comply with all minimum air space clearances to combustibles as specified in Fig- ure 6.2. DO NOT pack required air spaces with insulation or other materials. SC60 • 32838 • Rev AG • 7/12 o Storm Collar Roof Flashing (attic) (insulation) 2 in. (51 mm) min. Ceiling Firestop 48 in. 1219 mm O in. to floor <000 Shaded areas represent 2 in. (51 mm) min. air space clearance required around pipe Attic Insulation Shield (ceiling) Offset/Return (secured with hanger straps) (ceiling) Must have 2 in. (51 mm) minimum clearance to header 0 in. to level of standoffs 1/2 in. (13 mm) to back & sides of appliance, and at nailing flanges Figure 6.2 Clearances to Combustible Materials Note: Chimney air kit is not shown, but is required in Canada. Heatilator • 19

****** Page 20 ****** C. Sidewalls/Surrounds Adjacent combustible sidewalls must be located a minimum of 12 in. (305 mm) from the fireplace opening. Combustible and non-combustible mantel legs, surrounds and stub walls may be constructed within the gridded area, SC60 • 32838 • Rev AG • 7/12 Figure 6.3. 10 3/4 in. [273 mm] FLUSH FRONT 12 in. [305 mm] 4 in. BRICK [102 mm] 36 in. [914 mm] 42 1/8 in. [1070 mm] FRONT (9 12 in. [305 mm] 14 1/2 in. [368 mm] Figure 6.3 Mantel Leg or Wall Projections (Acceptable on both sides of opening) D. Frame the Fireplace Figure 6.4 shows typical framing using combustible materials (2x4 lumber shown). Observe all required air space clearances to combustible materials as shown in Figure 6.1 & 6.2. Framing across the top of fireplace must be above top standoffs. 2 in. (51 mm) min. air space clearance from chimney. Note: Non-combustible material MUST be used to finish the area in front of the standoffs. Header MUST NOT be notched! D = extra space needed for outside air connection. If outside air duct has no bend, this dimension may be reduced as long as minimum clearances are met. c Framing the Fireplace D Model In. scoo mm 43 1/8 1095 B* 25 635 41 1/4 1048 8 203 If interior of chase will be drywalled, add the thickness to this measurement. ** Adjust header height for a raised floor under fireplace. Figure 6.4 20 Heatilator •

****** Page 21 ****** Installation of Fireplace CAUTION! Risk of Cuts/Abrasions. Wear protective gloves and safety glasses during installation. Sheet metal edges are sharp. A. Things to Consider • Location of chimney air kit (see Figure 7.4) • Location(s) of outside air kit Electrical connections and/or wall switch Gas line piping B. Position the Fireplace Place the fireplace on a continuous flat surface. • Follow framing instructions in Section 6. WARNING! Risk of Fire! Prevent contact with sag- ging, loose insulation. • DO NOT install against vapor barriers or exposed insulation. • Secure insulation and vapor barriers. • Provide minimum air space clearances at the sides and back of the fireplace assembly as outlined in Section 6. C. Place Protective Metal Hearth Strips WARNING! Risk of Fire! Protective metal hearth strips MUST be installed. DO NOT cover metal strips with com- bustible materials. Sparks or embers may ignite flooring. Refer to Figures 7.1 and 7.2. Locate the two protective metal hearth strips measuring approximately 26 in. x 4 in. (660 mm x 102 mm) included with this fireplace. Slide each metal strip 2 in. (51 mm) under front edge of fireplace. Overlap strips in the middle of fireplace opening by 1 in. {25 mm) minimum. Metal strips must extend beyond the front and sides of the fireplace opening by at least 2 in. (51 mm). Protect the front of a platform elevated above the hearth extension with metal strips (not included with fireplace) per Figure 7.2. See Section 11 for hearth extension instructions. D. Level Fireplace • Level fireplace side-to-side and front-to-back. Shim with non-combustible material as necessary. Secure fireplace to framing with nailing flanges with a minimum of two fasteners per nailing flange. Check fireplace opening for square to ensure proper fit of glass doors. Measure diagonals of fireplace opening to make sure they are equal. Heatilator • SC60 • 1 in. (25 mm) overlap Protective metal strips are placed 2 in. (51 mm) under the front of the fireplace and must extend beyond the front and sides of fireplace opening by 2 in. (51 mm). Figure 7.1 Position the Protective Metal Hearth Strips Top piece must overlap bottom piece Raised Platform 2 in. (51 Floor 2 in. (51 mm) I in. (25 mm) min. overlap Figure 7.2 Protect the Front of an Elevated Platform 32838 • Rev AG • 7/12 21

****** Page 22 ****** 3 ft min. from top of uppermos chimney section to air inlet. Note: Chimney air kit is not shown, but is required in Canada. Possible Outside Air Inlet Locations Figure 7.3 SC60 • 32838 • Rev AG • 7/12 Garag r com stible utletb ked b now aves, et YES Clear area outside house or in ventilated crawl s ace liq NO Atti s storage Factory-built fireplace pace 11 Outlet pl higher b the te Ination ca Use only duct materials specified by manufacturer (preferably with short run or manly straight duct, except small dip for cold air trap which will help prevent flow of cold air). Figure 7.4 22 Outside Combustion Air Placement Heatilator •

****** Page 23 ****** • SC60 • 32838 • Rev AG • 7/12 E. Install Outside Air Kit Keep duct runs short and straight to minimize restriction. A small dip is acceptable for a cold air trap. The outside air kit must be installed on the right hand side of the fireplace. Locate the outside air hood in a clear area, preferably into prevailing wind during the heating season. Refer to Figure 5.2. Remove insulation in the tube, slide tube out to fasten duct to it. Install as shown in Figures 7.3, 7.4 and 7.5. The air duct may be run vertically. The outside air hood must be at least 3 ft (.91 m) below the top of the uppermost chimney section. CAUTION! Risk of Fire or Asphyxiation! DO NOT draw outside combustion air from wall, floor or ceiling cavity, or enclosed spaces such as an attic or garage. • DO NOT place outside air hood close to exhaust vents or chimneys. Fumes or odor could be drawn into the room through the fireplace. • Locate outside air inlet to prevent blockage from leaves, snownce, or other debris. Blockages could cause combustion air starvation. Outside Air Kit Assy. F. Fan Kit The SC60 is a heat circulating fireplace that comes equipped with a fan kit, junction box, and an ON/OFF variable speed control (wall mount type). 110 VAC service must be connected to the fan kit by a licensed electrician. See Figure 7.5 for the typical fan kit wiring diagram and the typical access to the junction box. To service or replace the fan kit: Remove the lower fireplace grille. Unplug the blower from the junction box on the fireplace. Remove the screws for the blower mounting brackets and carefully slide blower out of the fireplace. • To reinstall the fan kit, reverse these steps. We recommend the fan kit be installed at the time of initial installation of the fireplace to avoid considerable recon- struction. WARNING! Risk of Electric Shock! DO NOT remove grounding prong from plug or route cord under or in front of appliance. Plug directly into a properly grounded three- prong receptacle and route cord away from appliance. WHT (Silver Screw) Ground Blower O Receptacle 1 lov supply 1. Fan 0 0 to 110V house wiring Flexible Duct (not supplied) OC(OOO WHT Ground BLK (Brass Screw) Ground Screw Wall Junction Box Ground WHT BLK BLK Wall Switch 2 Wire Ties Outside Air Hood • Hearth & Home Technologies Inc recommends using UL181 Class 0 or Class I rigid or flexible ducting. • Secure flex duct with metal tape, screws or wire ties. Figure 7.5 Outside Air Installation Heatilator • Figure 7.6 Wiring for Fan Kit Note: If a speed control option is desired, it is recommended that you use the BCIO Motor Speed Control Kit supplied with the fireplace to ensure proper functioning. Refer to the instructions packed with it for proper installation. 23

****** Page 24 ****** Chimney Assembly NOTICE: Chimney performance may vary. Trees, buildings, roof lines and wind conditions affect performance. Chimney height may need adjustment if smoking or SC60 • 32838 • Rev AG • 7/12 overdraft occurs. 24 Chimney must extend beyond combustible roof structure Maintain minimum height of chimney above roof Install roof flashing according to minimum requirements Offsets/returns may not exceed 300 from vertical Lock chimney sections together firmly to resist movement Termination Cap Additional support for tall chimneys Storm Collar Maintain minimum clearances to combustibles as specified Support straps for returns must be secured to adequate framing Offsets and returns must be secured with the screws provided (outer pipe only) Ceiling firestops are required where chimney passes through ceiling or floor Figure 8.1 Typical Chimney System - Guidelines for Chimney System Installation Heatilator •

****** Page 25 ****** A. Chimney Requirements Measure vertical distances from the base of the fireplace SC60 • 32838 • Rev AG • 7/12 Determine the chimney components needed to complete your particular installation: as shown in Figure 8.2. • Minimum overall straight height • Minimum height with offset/return • Maximum height • Maximum allowed shift between an offset and return • Maximum chimney length betvveen an offset/ return • Maximum distance between chimney stabilizers • Double offset/return minimum height • Maximum unsupported chimney length between offset and return • Maximum straight unsupported chimney height above the fireplace • Maximum unsupported chimney above roof 13.5 ft 14.8 90 ft 4.2 ft 20 ft 35 ft 20 ft 6 ft 35 ft 6 ft 4.11m 4.51 m 27.43 m 1.28 m 6.10m 10.67 m 6.10m 1.83 m 10.67 m 1.83 m WARNING! Risk of Fire! You must maintain 2 in. (51 mm) air space clearance to insulation and other combus- tible materials around the chimney system. Failure to do Measure the total vertical height of the fireplace installation from the base of the fireplace assembly to the approximate location of the bottom of the termination cap. Subtract the effective height of the fireplace assembly (see Figure 8.2) from the total vertical height to determine the overall height of the chimney installation. Create a schematic for your application similar to Figure 8.2 showing components required (referring to Table 8.1). Figure 8.1 identifies those components and where used. Install a ceiling firestop whenever the chimney penetrates a floor/ceiling. NOTICE: A maximum of two pairs of offsets and returns may be used. CAUTION! Risk of Fire and/or Asphyxiation! DO NOT connect this fireplace to a chimney flue servicing another appliance. DO NOT connect to any air distribu- tion duct or system. These actions could cause over- heating/fire in the chimney flue, or release of exhaust fumes into the living areas. so may cause overheating and fire. Table 8.1 HEIGHT OF CHIMNEY COMPONENTS Chimney Stabilizer SL3 Ceiling Firestops FS338 FS339 FS340 Offsets/Returns SL315 SL330 Roof Flashing RF370 371 Chimney Sections* SL306 SL312 SL318 SL324 SL336 SL348 * Dimensions reflect effective height. In. 4-3/ o o 13 151 o o mm 121 o o 340 394 o o 121 273 425 578 883 1187 20 ft (6.10 m) max. pipe between an offset & return Ceiling Firestop 40 in. (1016 mm) Effective Height 6 ft (1.83 m) max. unsupported chimney above roof 35 ft (10.7 m) max. straight unsupported chimney height 14.8 ft (4.51 m) min. height/single offset-return 20 ft. (6.10 m) min. height/double offset-return 90 ft (27.4 m) max. height Figure 8.2 Chimney Requirements Heatilator • 25

****** Page 26 ****** B. Using Offsets/Returns Use an offset/return to bypass overhead obstructions. An offset and return can be used as a single entity or separated by chimney section(s). WARNING! Risk of Fire! DO NOT use offset/returns greater than 300. Chimney draft will be restricted and could cause overheating and fire. Measure the shift needed to avoid the overhead obstruction. Refer to dimension A in Figure 8.3. Find the appropriate A dimension listed in Table 8.2. The B dimension coinciding with the A dimension measurement in Table 8.2 represents the required vertical clearance needed to complete the offset/return. Read across the chart to find the number of chimney sections/model numbers needed between the offset and return. 10-1/4 11-1/2 13-1/4 32-1/8 14-1/2 34-1/8 16-1/4 37-3/8 19-1/4 42-1/2 20-1/2 44-5/8 22-1/4 47-3/4 25-1/4 52-7/8 26-1/2 28-1/4 58-118 31-1/4 63-1/4 34-1/4 68-1/2 37-1/4 73-3/4 39-1/8 76-718 43-1/4 84-1/8 45-1/8 87-1/4 49-1/4 94-1/2 1-1/4 in. (32 mm) OVERLAP Figure 8.3 Chimney Offset/Return Table 8.2 15-degree Example: Your "A" dimension from Figure 8.3 is 14 1/2 in. (368 mm). Using Table 8.2 the dimension closest to, but not less than 14 1/2 in. (368 mm) is 14 1/2 in. (368 mm) using a 300 offset/return. You determine from the table that you need 34 1/8 in. (867 mm) (Dimension "B") between the offset and return. The chimney component that best fits your applica- tion is one SL324. 30-degree Offset Height Offset Height in. 1-5/8 2-7/8 4-1/8 4-1/2 5-3/4 6 7-1/4 7-3/4 8-3/4 10-3/8 10-5/8 11-7/8 13-1/2 13-3/4 15 16-1/2 18 19-5/8 20-5/8 22-3/4 24 25-7/8 mm 41 73 102 114 146 152 184 197 222 264 270 302 243 349 381 419 457 498 524 578 610 657 in. 13-3/8 17-3/4 22-3/8 23-5/8 28-1/4 29-3/8 34 36-1/8 39-3/4 45-5/8 46-3/4 51-3/8 57-1/4 58-3/8 63 68-3/4 74-5/8 80-3/8 84-1/8 91-7/8 96-1/2 103-1/2 mm 340 451 568 600 718 746 864 918 1010 1159 1187 1305 1454 1483 1600 1746 1895 2042 2137 2334 2451 2629 SL306 2 1 1 SL312 2 SL318 2 SL324 2 SL336 SL348 1 1 1 1 2 in. 3-5/8 5-1/2 7-1/4 8-1/2 mm 92 140 184 216 260 292 337 368 413 489 521 565 641 673 718 794 870 946 994 1099 1146 1251 in. 15-1/2 18-5/8 21-3/4 23-3/4 27 29 55 mm 394 473 552 603 686 737 816 867 949 1080 1133 1213 1343 1397 1476 1607 1740 1873 1953 2137 2216 2400 Proper assembly of air-cooled chimney parts result in an overlap at chimney joints of 1-1/4 in. (32 mm). Effective length is built into this chart. 26 Heatilator • SC60 • 32838 • Rev AG • 7/12

****** Page 27 ****** C. Assemble Chimney Sections WARNING! Risk of Fire! DO NOT install substitute or damaged chimney components. Use only those components described in this manual. Substitute or damaged chimney components could impair safe operation and cause overheating and fire. E. Install Ceiling Firestops CAIJTION! Risk of Fire! Ceiling firestops must be used whenever the chimney penetrates a ceiling/floor. • • • Support the pipe during construction and check to be sure inadvertent loading has not dislodged the chimney section from the fireplace or at any chimney joint. Attach a straight chimney section or an offset to the top of the fireplace. Place inner flue to the inside of the chimney section below it. Place the outer casing outside the outer casing of the chimney section below it. Refer to Figure 8.4. NOTICE: Chimney sections cannot be disassembled once locked together. Plan ahead! Lock chimney sections and/or offsets/returns together by pushing downward until the top section meets the stop bead on the lower section. Pull on the top section to make sure it is fully engaged and will not separate. You may use #6 or #8 sheet metal screws no longer than 1/2 in. (13 mm) to fasten chimney sections together. Do NOT penetrate inner flue. WARNING! Risk of Fire! You MUST use screws (pro- vided) to fasten offset/returns to chimney sections to keep the chimney parts from twisting. Failure to do so could cause fire. Fasten offset/returns to chimney sections. Insert the screws (provided) through the predrilled holes. Do NOT penetrate inner flue. Secure chimney returns with hanger straps provided; fasten to studs or joists. Vertical straight runs of chimney must be supported every 35 ft (10.7 m). Figure 8.4 Assembling Chimney Sections Chase construction requires ceiling firestops at each floor or every 10 ft (3.05 m) of clear space. The ceiling firestop slows spread of fire and reduces cold air infiltration. Install a ceiling firestop whenever chimney penetrates ceiling/floor. Mark and cut an opening in ceiling as shown in Figure 8.5. Frame the opening with the same size lumber used in the ceiling joists. Nail the ceiling firestop to the bottom of the ceiling joists when there is a room above. Use an attic insulation shield if the ceiling is insulated. The ceiling firestop may then be attached above or below the joists. WARNING! Risk of Fire! DO NOT seal area between firestop opening and chimney pipe except where they enter the attic or leave the warm air envelope of the home (use 6000 F sealant). ROOM ABOVE (non-insulated ceiling) Ceilng firestop from bottom ATTIC ABOVE (insulated ceiling) Ceiling firestop from top Note: Use same dimensional lumber for framing ceiling firestop and joists. Catalog # FS338 FS339 FS340 in. 14-1/2 14-1/2 14-1/2 mm 368 368 368 in. 14-1/2 18-3/8 23 mm 368 467 584 D. Install Chimney Air Kit Required in Canada. Follow instructions provided with this accessory. Heatilator • SC60 • Figure 8.5 Installing the Ceiling Firestop 32838 • Rev AG • 7/12 Angle 00 150 300 27

****** Page 28 ****** If you wish to make a custom shield or barrier, follow these guidelines: Metal is preferred, although any material stiff enough to hold back the insulation can be used. WARNING! Risk of Fire! Use of cardboard or other materials that can deflect under humidity or other envi- ronmental conditions is not recommended. The shield or barrier must be tall enough to extend above the insulation and prevent blown-in insulation from spilling into the cavity. Maintain specified air spaces around chimney. Check instructions and local codes for further details. F. Install Attic Insulation Shield WARNING! Risk of Fire! You MUST install an attic insu- lation shield when there is any possibility of insulation or Bend inward other combustible material coming into contact with the 900 chimney. DO NOT pack insulation between the chimney and the attic insulation shield. Failure to keep insulation and other materials away from chimney pipe could cause fire. DO NOT offset chimney inside insulation shield. Installation of a ceiling firestop is required SC60 • 32838 • Rev AG • 7/12 Bend remaining tabs to rest against pipe to prevent insulation from falling in. Insert three screws 3 in. (76 mm) overlap Figure 8.6 • Refer to Figures 8.6 - 8.8. Roll the shield (around the chimney if already installed) until you have a 3 in. (76 mm) overlap and the three holes on each side match up (large holes on top). Insert three screws into the matching holes to form a tube. Bend three tabs on the bottom of the tube inward to 900 to maintain chimney air space (refer to Figure 8.6). Rest the insulation shield on the ceiling firestop below. Bend the three short tabs at the top of the shield inward to 900 to maintain the 2 in. (51 mm) air space from the chimney. Bend the remaining top tabs to just meet the pipe. Prepare Attic Insulation Shield Tabs bent in to rest against pipe Pipe Attic Insulation Shield I 14-1/2 in. (368 mm) F Tabs bent in 900 1 Pipe diameter Ceiling Firestop Islin u ain 10-1/2 in. (267 mm) Figure 8.7 Install Attic Insulation Shield (firestop above ceiling) 10-1/2 in. (267 mm) Pipe F Tabs bent in 900 1 Pipe Tabs bent in to rest against pipe Attic Insulation Shield 14-1 2 in. (368 mm) diameter s Ito Ceiling Firestop Figure 8.8 Install Attic Insulation Shield (firestop below ceiling) 28 Heatilator •

****** Page 29 ****** G. Cut out Hole in Roof Refer to Figure 8.9. Plumb from roof to center of chimney. Drive a nail up through roof to mark center of pipe. Measure to either side of nail and mark the 14-1/2 in. x 14-1/2 in. (368 mm x 368 mm) opening required. Measure opening on the horizontal; actual length may be larger depending on roof pitch. Cut out and frame opening. Refer to Chapter 25 of the Uniform Building Code for roof framing details. H. Complete Installation WARNING! Risk of Fire! You MUST maintain 2 in. (51 mm) air space to insulation and other combustible materials around the chimney system. Failure to do so could cause overheating and fire. Keep chimney sections from separating or twisting. You may secure straight chimney sections at the joints with screws no longer than 1/2 in. (13 mm). The following steps should be skipped if using a • chase. Install roof flashing appropriate to roof pitch. Install round termination cap and storm collar. Install Flashing Assemble chimney so it passes through the framed opening. Slip the flashing over the chimney. NOTICE: Roofing shingles must be below the flashing plate on the lower side of a sloped roof and over the flashing plate on the sides and top. Nail the flashing to the roof. Keep gaps between the flashing plate and the roof to a minimum. Caulk the flashing plate and roof junction as well as the vertical seam on the flashing. All nail heads must be caulked with a roofing sealant. Caulk the overlap seam of any exposed pipe sections that are located above the roof line to prevent leaks Heatilator • SC60 • Figure 8.9 0 Ceiling/Attic Construction 32838 • Rev AG • 7/12 29

****** Page 30 ****** J. Chimney Termination Requirements Install a cap approved and listed for this fireplace system Locate cap where it will not become plugged by snow or other materials. Locate cap away from trees or other structures. • The bottom of the termination cap must be at least 3 ft (.91 m) above the roof AND at least 2 ft (.61 m) above any portion of roof within 10 ft (3.05 m) as shown in Figure 8.10. The distance required between caps is shown in Figure 8.10. SC60 • 32838 • Rev AG • 7/12 Slanted Roofs Chimney must extend 3 ft (.9 m) above the roof Flat Roofs Chimney must extend 3 ft (.9 m) above the roof Multiple Chimney Locations 6 in. (minimum) up to 20 in. 152 mm/508 mm 20 in. and over Figure 8.10 Multiple Chimney Locations 30 18 in. minimum 457 mm O in. minimum Heatilator • Chimney must extend 2 ft (.6 m) above any portion of the roof or adjacent structures within 10 ft (3 m) of the chimney Chimney must extend 2 ft (.6 m) above any portion of the roof or adjacent structures within 10 ft (3 m) of the chimney Gas, Wood or Fuel Oil Termination Cap Wood Minimum (See illustration above) Termination Cap ** If using decorative cap cover(s), this distance may need to be Q) increased. Refer to the installation instructions supplied with the decorative cap cover. In a staggered installation with both gas and wood terminations, the wood termination cap must be higher than the gas termination cap.

****** Page 31 ****** Chase Installations Gas line holes and other openings should be caulked with A. Construct the Chase high temperature caulk or stuffed with unfaced fiberglass A chase is a vertical boxlike structure built to enclose the insulation. If the fireplace is being installed on a cement fireplace and/or its vent system. Vertical chimneys that slab, we recommend that in cold climates, a sheet of run on the outside of a building must be installed inside a plywood or other raised platform be placed underneath to chase. prevent conducting cold up into the room. Construction of the chase may vary with the type of build- Three examples of chase applications are shown in Fig- ing. These instructions are not substitutes for the require- ure 9.2. ments of local building codes. Local building codes MUST be checked. I. Fireplace and chimney enclosed in an exterior chase. A chase should be constructed in the manner of all 2. Chimney offset through exterior wall and enclosed in chase. outside walls of the home to prevent cold air drafting 3. Chase constructed on roof. problems. The chase should not break the outside build- ing envelope in any manner. All outer walls need to be Note: In cooler climates, all chase walls should be insulated. insulated. Building codes require false ceiling and ceiling firestops at each floor of the chase or every 10 ft (3.05 m) of clear space to control spread of fire. Walls, ceiling, base plate and cantilever floor at the first level of the chase should be insulated. See Figure 9.1 . Vapor and air infiltration barriers should be installed in the chase as per regional codes for the rest of the home. Ad- ditionally, Hearth & Home Technologies recommends that the inside surfaces be sheet rocked and taped (or the use SC60 • 32838 • Rev AG • 7/12 1 2 3 of an equivalent method) for maximum air tightness. Round Termination Cap Metal Chase Top Ceiling Firestop False Ceiling Tabs False Ceiling Figure 9.1 Attic Insulation Shield Ceiling Firestop False Ceiling Chimney Chase Assembly Insulation in the outside walls Of the chase Heatilator • Figure 9.2 Chase Constructions WARNING! You must install false ceilings and ceiling firestops at each floor of the chase or every 10 ft (3.05 m) to control spread of fire. WARNING! Risk of Fire! DO NOT seal area between firestop opening and chimney pipe except where they enter the attic or leave the warm air envelope of the home (use 6000 F sealant). WARNING! Risk of Fire! You must maintain a minimum 2 in. (51 mm) air space clearance to insulation and other materials surrounding the chimney system. Insulation and other materials must be firmly secured to prevent accidental contact with chimney system. The chase must be properly blocked to prevent blown insulation or other combustibles from entering and making contact with fireplace or chimney. Failure to prevent contact between insulation or other materials and chimney system may cause overheating and fire. 31

****** Page 32 ****** B. Install Fireplace & Chimney Install as per Sections 7 and 8. C. Install Chase Top SC60 • 32838 • Rev AG • 7/12 • You MUST use a chase top in a chase installation. Chase tops are available from your Heatilator dealer or may be field constructed. Include a turndown and drip edge to prevent water from seeping into the chase. Include a 2 in. (51 mm) soldered, welded or spun collar around pipe opening to keep water out. Provide a 1/8 in. (3 mm) gap around the flue pipe. Slope the chase top downward away from the opening. WARNING! Risk of Fire! DO NOT caulk the pipe to the chase top collar. Caulk all seams to prevent leaks. Refer to Figure 9.3. Slope Downward (1/4 in. per foot mini um) 2 in. (51 mm) Collar on Chase Top Turn-down Drip Edge Chase .018 (26 ga) min. Galvanized Chase Top Figure 9.3 Chase Top Construction 32 Heatilator •

****** Page 33 ****** parts exposed to the weather. TR344 Round Termination Cap D. Install Termination Cap Install the chimney sections up through the chase enclo- Assemble sure. storm collar around extended • Caulk the overlap seam of any exposed pipe sections termination cap that are located above the roof line to prevent leaks Pipe once cap IS installed. Refer to termination cap instructions. Caulk gaps beWeen WARNING! Risk of Fire! The minimum overlap of cap to Pipe (as shown in the following illustrations) MUST be met or chimney may separate from cap. Separation allows sparks, heat and embers to escape. NOTICE: Paint the termination cap with a rust-resistant paint to protect against the effects of corrosion on those SC60 • 32838 • Rev AG • 7/12 TR342 Round Telescoping Termination Cap Termination ap liliiii; Do NOT storm collar & pipe, Storm and storm collar & chase top. I Collar 2 in. (51 mm) I Minimum Height I Chase Top — block air holes 3 clip brackets. Slip over chase collar and attach with screws provided. 14 1/2 in. (368 mm) Maximum Chase Slip storm collar around chimney pipe before termination cap pipe is snapped into the chimney Pipe. Caulk gaps between storm collar & pipe, and storm collar & chase top. Collar 2 in. (51 mm)l Minimum Heig Chase Top Termination Cap I Iiii; Storm Collar C mney Chimney Ipe Do NOT block air holes 6 in. (153 mm) Minimum top of chase to top of chimney pipe Chase Termination cap pipe and chimney section must overlap 1-1/2 in. (38 mm) Figure 9.5 Installing a TR342 Round Telescoping Termination Cap ST 375 Square Termination Cap Flange Collar 2 in. (51 mm) Minimum Height Chase Top Place waterproof caulk or sealer under each flange of the termination cap and on top of each screw to help prevent leaks The last section of pipe must stop between 2 in. (51 mm) above the top of the chase and 4 3/4 in. (121 mm) below the top of the Termination Cap Chimney Ipe chase. Chase 2 in. (51 mm) maxmum 4 3/4 in. (121 mm) maximum Termination cap pipe and chimney section must be snapped together to maintain an overlap of 1-1/2 in. (38 mm). Figure 9.4 Installing a TR344 Round Termination Cap Heatilator • Termination cap pipe and chimney section must overlap 1-1/2 in. (38 mm) Figure 9.6 Installing an ST375 Square Termination Cap 33

****** Page 34 ****** Collar 2 in. (51 mm) Minimum Height Chase Top TS345/TS345P Square Termination cap SC60 • 32838 • Rev AG • 7/12 Termination Cap Chimney Ipe Place waterproof sealer under each flange of the termination cap and on top of each screw to help prevent leaks. The last section of pipe must stop bewveen 2 in. (51 mm) above the top of the chase and 4 3/4 in. (121 mm) below the top of the chase. 2 in. (51 mm) maxmum 4 3/4 in. (121 mm) maximum Chase ermination cap pipe and chimney section must overlap 1-1/2 in. (38 mm). Figure 9.7 Installing a TS345/TS345P Square Termination Cap TCT375 Terra Cotta cap Remove 2 screws from front & back to lift the top off Collar 2 in. (51 mm) I Minimum Height I Chase To mination Ca Chimne II Place waterproof sealer under each flange of the termination cap and on top of each screw to help prevent leaks. The last section of pipe must stop between 2 in. (51 mm) above top of chase and 7 in. (178 mm) below top of chase 2 in. (51 mm) 7 in. (178 mm) ase Termination cap pipe and chimney section must overlap 1-1/2 in. (38 mm) Figure 9.8 Installing a TCT375 Terra Cotta Cap 34 Heatilator •

****** Page 35 ****** Shrouds A. Radiation Shield Ø 17 1/2 in. (444.5 mm) Round Hole to fit over cap Some shrouds require a radiation shield. Use where specified. Radiation shield must be constructed of minimum 26 ga sheet metal. B. Field Constructed Shrouds 3 in. (76 mm) tall legs WARNING! Risk of Fire! Shrouds must be constructed Length x Width to fit inside shroud as specified. Improper construction may overheat chase top. Figure 10.1 Radiation Shield Chase top shrouds may be field constructed where permitted by regional building codes. NOTICE: Some regional codes require an agency-Listed shroud. Consult your local building officials. Hearth & Home Technologies Inc. supplies UL listed The wire mesh is optional but recommended and must shrouds. See your dealer for details. be .018 in. thick minimum, 1/2 in. mesh. The following field constructed shroud designs have been tested for Hearth Technologies fireplace systems and termination caps. The shrouds must be constructed from a minimum .018 in. (26 ga) thick aluminized steel. Open Top Shroud (TR342 caps require radiation shield) Min. Top Dim. SC60 • 32838 • Rev AG • 7/12 Min. To Dim. 3 in (76 mm) minimum Min. Opening Width Min. Base Dim. Min. Opening Width Min. Base Dim. TS345 Min. 23 x 23 in in in TR342 Base Dims. 28 x 28 711 x 711 RadiationShield Required 20 x 20 Min. Top Dims. 25 x 25 635 x 635 Min. Opening Width 17 x 17 22 x 22 559 x 559 Figure 10.2 Open Top Shroud Dimensions Heatilator • 26 x 26 660 X 660 23 x 23 584 x 584 20 X 20 508 X 508 35

****** Page 36 ****** Mailbox Style Shroud (radiation shield required) SC60 • 32838 • Rev AG • 7/12 Min. Height above radiation shield Min. Base Dim 3 in. (76 mm) Min. Opening Height Min. Base Dim Min. Opening Width TS345 Min. WA WA TR342 Base Dims. 26-1/2 x 28 673 x 711 3 in. (76 mm) Min. Radiation Shield Height from top of Chase Figure 10.3 Mailbox Style Shroud Dimensions Roofed Style Shroud (radiation shield required) 28 x 30 711 x 762 Minimum Opening Height Minimum ase Dimension Min. Opening Width in in in in In in in Min. Height Above Radiation Shield WA N/A WA WA Minimum Height above Radiation Shield 3 in. (76 mm) Radiation Shield Height Terminatio c Radiation Shield Z_ZÖfiäs-e- iöp- - 21-1/4 540 Min. Opening Width 20-1/2 x 22 521 x 559 TR342/344 20-1/2 521 22 x 24 559 x 610 27 x 27 686 x 686 Min. Base Dimension Figure 10.4 Roofed Style Shroud Dimensions TS345445 TR442/444 Min. Base Dims. 27 x 27 686 x 686 Min. Height Above Radiation Shield WA WA NIA WA WA 16 406 Min. Opening Width 21 533 Min. Opening Height 12 305 16 406 21 533 12 305 36 Heatilator •

****** Page 37 ****** Finishing A. Non-Combustible Materials Materials which will not ignite and burn, composed of any combination of the following: 14-5/8 in. - 20-3/8 in SC60 • 32838 • Rev AG • 7/12 Steel Brick Concrete Glass Iron - Tile Slate Plasters Materials reported as passing ASTM E 136, Standard Test Method for Behavior of Metals, in a Vertical Tube Furnace at 7500 C B. Combustible Materials Materials made of or surfaced with any of the following You MUST use a hearth extension with this fireplace. This fireplace has been tested and approved for use with a hearth extension insulated to a minimum R value of 1.03. The hearth extension material MUST be covered with tile, stone or other non-combustible material. Manufactured hearth materials will usually have a published R value (resistance to heat) or k value (conductivity of heat). Refer to the formula in Table 11.1 to convert a k value to an R value, Refer to Table 11.2 for hearth extension insulation materials: Wood Plant fibers Compressed paper Plastic Any material that can ignite and burn, flame proofed or not, plastered or un-plastered C. Hearth Extension WARNING! Risk of fire! High temperatures, sparks, embers or other burning material falling from the fireplace may ignite flooring or concealed combustible surfaces. Protective metal hearth strips MUST be installed. Hearth extensions MUST be installed exactly as specified Table 11.1 R = 11k x inches of thickness Table 11.2 alternatives. CAT. # 52 1321 16 406 c 8 204 Figure 11.1 Hearth Extension Dimensions Hearth Extension Insulation Alternatives-Total minimum R Value must equal 1.03 Material Hearth & Home HX3, HX4 (Micore 300TM) USG Micore 160TM USG DurockTM Cement Board Cement Mortor Common Brick Ceramic Tile Armstrong TM Privacy Guard Plus Marble k per inch thick 0.49 0.39 1.92 5.0 5.0 12.50 0.46 14.3-20.0 r per inch thick 2.06 2.54 0.52 0.20 0.20 0.08 2.18 0.07-0.05 Minimum thickness required 1/2 in. 1/2 in. 2 in. 5-1/8 in. 5-1/8 in. 12-1/4 in. 1/2 in. Heatilator • 37

****** Page 38 ****** D. Finishing Material Refer to Sections 11 .A. and Sections 11 -B. for combus- tible/non-combustible materials. Refer to Figure 11.9 for non-combustible zone. WARNING! Risk of Fire! You must maintain clearances. Use only non-combustible material below the top of the standoffs. Sheetrock, wood or other combustibles must NOT be used as sheathing or facing in the non-combustible zone. DO NOT cover metal fireplace front with combustible materials. • Install combustible materials only to specified clearances on top front and side edges. WARNING! Risk of Fire! The area in front of the standoffs MUST be covered with non-combustible material. These metal surfaces may be covered with non-combustible material. Figure 11.9 Non-combustible Facing Flat 2 x 4 stud wall 2 x 4 header, flush with front of stand-offs Non-combustible material Non-combustible sealant. • DO NOT obstruct air inlets or outlets. DO NOT modify grilles. Modifying or covering grilles could cause temperature rise and fire hazard. Finishing materials must not interfere with: air flow through grilles or louvers; operation of louvers or doors; access for service. Complete framing and apply facing material (drywall) over framing. A bead of 300-deg F minimum non-combustible sealant must be used to close off any gaps at the top and sides between the fireplace and facing to prevent cold air leaks. Large gaps can be bridged with fiberglass rope gasket. Only non-combustible materials may be used to cover the metal fireplace front. Finished combustible wall Combustible material Non-combustible decorative facing (up to full brick depth) DO NOT cover grills! Continuous, non-combustible sealant Tile, stone or other non-combustible material HX3 Hearth Ext or equivilent insulation Figure 11.10 Decorative Facing 38 Metal strips are placed 2 in. (51 mm) under the front of the fireplace and must extend beyond the front and sides of Floor constructed of wood or other combustible material fireplace opening by 2 in. (51 mm) Heatilator • SC60 • 32838 • Rev AG • 7/12

****** Page 39 ****** E. Combustible Mantel Refer to the shaded areas of Figure 11.11 for the location and dimensions of a combustible mantel. A combustible mantel may be positioned no lower than 16 in. (408 mm) above the top of the fireplace opening. A combustible mantel may have a maximum depth of 12 in. (305 mm). Combustible trim and materials cannot be placed within 6 in. (152mm) of the fireplace opening (top or sides). Combustible materials projecting more than 1 1/2 in. (38 mm) shall not be placed within 12 in. (305 mm) from the top of the fireplace opening. Combustible trim must not cover the metal surfaces of the fireplace. Mantel clearance is in accordance with Section 7-3.3.3 of ANSI/NFPA211 SC60 • 32838 • Rev AG • 7/12 Combustible Wall Noncombustible Wall 2 x 4 stud wall Standoff Non-combustible Decorative Facing such as: Steel, iron, brick, tile, concrete, slate, glass, plasters. Seal joint with non-combustible sealant 1 1/2 in./38 mm m imum 7 ft (2134 mm) minimum base of fireplace to ceiling Combustible Decorative Facing —4_ 12 i Mantel 16 in./406 mm minimum 12 in./305 mm minimum 7 1/8 in./181 mm minimum Measured from top of fireplace opening Grid represents 1 in. squares Figure 11.11 Clearances to Mantels or other Combustibles above Fireplace Heatilator • 39

****** Page 40 ****** F. Sidewalls/Surrounds Adjacent combustible sidewalls must be located a minimum of 12 in. (305 mm) from the fireplace opening. Combustible or non-combustible mantel legs, surrounds and stub walls may be constructed per Figure 11.12. 10 3/4 in. [273 mm] FLUSH FRONT 49 12 in. [305 mm] 36 in. [914 mm] 42 1/8 in. [1070 mm] BRICK FRONT O/ 12 in. [305 mm] Figure 11.12 Mantel Leg or Wall Projections (acceptable on both sides of opening) G. Firebrick Installation The bottom firebrick is preinstalled. Remove side brick pieces from inside of fireplace. Set bottom of side brick (three bricks per side) into lower brick support. See Figure 7.13. Lift up outer edge of upper brick support just enough to pivot brick under channel. Push upper brick support down over bricks to hold the bricks in place. Repeat procedure for other side. Upper Brick Support 4 in. [102 mm] 14 1/2 in. [368 mm] Center Brick Brick Support Bracket Gas Line Channel Figure 11.13 Side Brick Installation 40 —Lower B ck Support Heatilator • Figure 11.14 Gas Line Installation SC60 • 32838 • Rev AG • 7/12

****** Page 41 ****** Accessories A. Gas Log/Lighter Provision B. Wood Burning Inserts WARNING! Risk of Fire! Improper installation of wood in- WARNING! Fire and/or Asphyxiation Risk! Use with serts may cause fireplace or chimney system to overheat. solid wood fuel or decorative gas appliance only. Gas fire generates fumes. If a wood burning insert is being installed in this fireplace, DO NOT install unvented gas logs Hearth & Home Technologies recommends full reline of Damper must be locked fully open when gas logs are the chimney. installed Cooling air openings at the top of the chimney must not be obstructed in any manner. A certified gas log lighter or decorative gas log set can be Hearth & Home Technologies recommends securing the installed in this fireplace. reline at the top of the flue and using the cap certified for Maximum input is 100,000 BTU/hr. use with this fireplace system. Decorative gas appliance must be certified to ANSI Z21.60 "Standard for Decorative Gas Appliances for Installation in Vented Fireplaces". Must be installed in accordance with the National Fuel Gas code, ANSI Z223.1. A gas log set must incorporate a gas shutoff. Gas log set requires the damper to be locked fully open. A listed automatic damper system with safety interlock may be used in this fireplace with only compatible, listed gas log sets. See damper system manufacturer's instructions. Knockouts are provided on both sides of the fireplace and in refractories for 1/2 in. (13 mm) iron pipe. Seal refractory around pipe with fireplace mortar or a non-combustible sealant. Outer shell SC60 • 32838 • Rev AG • 7/12 Firebox Refractory Seal with fireplace mortar or non-combust ible sealant Gas line Repack insulation knockout of fireplace Maintain air clearance to combustibles. Gas line 4 in. (102 mm) Figure 12.1 Gas Line Installation Combustible materials 1 1/2 in. (38 mm) air space around pipe Combustible materials may be located at zero clearance to gas line beyond 4 in. (102 mm) from fireplace side. Heatilator • 41

****** Page 42 ****** Reference Materials A. Fireplace Dimensions 0 00 42 Heatilator • Éüh SC60 • 32838 • Rev AG • 7/12

****** Page 43 ****** B. Optional Components 52 in. (1321 mm) 16 in. (406 mm) H)(3 Hearth Extension 1/2 in. (13 mm) Bi-fold Glass Doors DM1936 Heatilator • Gasketed Glass Doors AT1936 AT1936B SC60 • 32838 • Rev AG • 7/12 43

****** Page 44 ****** C. Chimney Components The following pictures show only those chimney compo- nents which may be safely used with this fireplace. 12 in. (305 mm 5-1/4 in. (133 mm) 10-1/2 in. (287 mm) 12 in. (305 mm) 4 in. (102 mm) Catalog # AK4A ID4 UD4 L306 L312 L318 L324 L336 L348 L315 L 330 FS338 FS339 FS340 3877 8876 RF370 RF371 R344 R342 T375 S345 S345P CT375 DT0134 DT0146 DTS134 T35 LDS33 LDS46 LDS-BV T-3A 44 Description himney Air Kit Insulated Duct/Outside Air Uninsulated Duct/Outside Air himney Section - 6 in. (152 mm) long himney Section himney Section himney Section himney Section - himney Section - himney Stabilizer - 12 in -18 in - 24 in. 36 in . (305 mm) long . (457 mm) long (610 mm) long . (914 mm) long 48 in. (1219 mm) long CAK4A Chimney Air Kit ID4 Insulated Duct 4 in. (102 mm) 42 in. (1067 mm) UD4 Uninsulated Duct 4 in. (102 mm) i himney Offset/Return - 15 deg himney Offset/Return - 30 deg eiling Firestop - Straight eiling Firestop - 15 deg eiling Firestop - 30 deg L300 Straight Attic Insulation Shield, himney Joint Band himney Bracket Roof Flashing - Flat to 6/12 Pitch Roof Flashing - 6/12 to 12/12 Pitch Round Termination Cap Round Telescoping Termination Cap quare Termination Cap quare Termination Cap quare Termination Cap - Painted erra Cotta Termination Cap hort Octagon Decorative Cap all Octagon Decorative Cap hort Square Decorative Cap all Square Decorative Cap hase Top Decorative Shroud 24 in. (610 mm) 42 in (1067 mm) 8 in. (203 mm) Chimney Sections Catalog # SL306 SL312 SL318 SL324 SL336 SL348 in 12 18 24 36 48 mm 152 305 457 610 914 1219 in 4-3/4 10-3/4 16-3/4 22-3/4 34-3/4 46—3/4 Decorative Shroud - 3 ftx 3 ft (.91 m x .91 m) -4ftx6ft(1.22 1.83 m) Decorative Shroud - 26 in. x 26 in. (660 mm x 660 mm) Field Constructed Shrouds (See "Woodburning Termination Cap") dapter - May be used with the following copper caps T-Series DT- series A = Actual Length Effective Length (length of chimney part after it has been snapped to another) 20-3/4 in. (527 mm) 4-3/4 in. (121 mms: Effective Height SL3 Vent Stabilizer 10-1/2 in. (267 mm) mm 121 273 425 578 883 1187 Inside Diameter 8 in. (203 mm) Outside Diameter 10-1/2 in. (267 mm) Heatilator • SC60 • 32838 • Rev AG • 7/12

****** Page 45 ****** Inside Diameter 8 in. (203 mm) Outside Diameter 10-1/2 in. 4-3/4 in. (267 mm) (121 mm) SL315/SL330 Offset/Return Assembled Diameter: 14 112 in./368 mm Height: 24 in./610 mm AS8 Straight Attic Insulation Shield 10-1/2 in. (267 mm) 2 in. (51 mm) JB877 Chimney Joint Band 10-1/2 in. (267 mm) CB876 Chimney Joint Band TR-TVK TN-Top Vent Kit Effective Height SC60 • 32838 • Rev AG • 7/12 14-1/2 in. € (368 mm) Ceiling Firestop 12 in. (305 mm) clllilb) 27-3/8 in. (695 mm) RF370 Roof Flashing 12 in. (305 mm) Catalog # FS338 FS339 FS340 24-5/8 in. (625 mm) 24-5/8 in. O-deg. 15-deg. 30-deg. 14-1/2 in. 18-3/8 in. 23 in. 368 mm 467 mm 584 mm 31 in. (625 mm) (787 mm) RF371 Roof Flashing 7 3/4 in. CT-3A Heatilator • 26 in. 15-3/4 in. (400 mm) TR344 Round Termination Cap 45

****** Page 46 ****** 22 1/2 in. (572 mm) (584 mm) 19 in. (483 mm) 15-5/8 in. (397 mm) ST375 Square Termination Cap 13 1/4 in. (337 mm) 16 1/4 in. (413 mm) SC60 • 32838 • Rev AG • 7/12 16 1/2 in. (419 mm) 34-3/4 in. (883 mm) 32-1/2 in. (826 mm) TR342 Round Telescoping Termination Cap 26 1/2 in. (673 mm) 28 5/8 in. (727 mm) 9 1/2 in. (241 mm) 9 1/2 in. (241 mm) TCT375 Terra Cotta cap c LDS-BV Decorative Shroud Catalog # LDS-BV 18 in. (457 mm) TS3451TS345P Square Termination cap 72 in. (1829 mm) 10-7/8 in. (276 mm) 36 in. (914 mm) 2 in. (51 mm) in. mm C 26 660 12.5 318 15.5 394 C 22 533 c 610 26 660 24 610 26 660 23 584 CT35 Chase Top B LDS33/LDS46 Decorative Shroud c DTS134 IDTS146 DT01341 DT0146 Decorative Caps Catalog # LDS33 LDS46 46 in. 36 48 mm 914 1219 in. 36 72 mm 914 1829 in. 8.5 8.5 mm 216 216 in. 11 11 mm 279 279 DT0134 In mm DT0146 In mm DTS134 In mm DTS146 In mm 34 864 46 1168 34 864 46 1168 20 508 22.7 576 21.18 538 21.18 538 Heatilator •

****** Page 47 ****** E. Contact Information heatilator The first name in fireplaces Hearth & Home Technologies Inc. 1915 W. Saunders Street Mt. Pleasant, Iowa 52641 heatilator.com Please contact your Heatilator dealer with any questions or concerns. For the number of your nearest Heatilator dealer, please visit heatilator.com. - NOTES - CAUTION DO NOT DISCARD THIS MANUAL 0604 Important operating and maintenance instructions included. Read, understand • Leave this manual with and follow these instructions for safe installation and operation. party responsible for use and operation. 48 Heatilator • SC60 • 32838 • Rev AG • 7/12


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