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United States Stove 6037 Owner's Manual

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CORN & PELLET MULTIFUEL STOVE
Installation - Operation - Maintenance Instructions - Repair Parts
READ THIS ENTIRE MANUAL, THOROUGHLY, BEFORE ATTEMPTING TO INSTALL AND/OR
BURN YOUR NEW AMERICAN HARVEST CORN AND PELLET MULTI-FUEL STOVE. FAILURE TO
FOLLOW THESE INSTRUCTIONS MAY RESULT IN PROPERTY DAMAGE, BODILY INJURIES
Safety Notice: If this stove is not properly installed, a house fire may result.
For your safety, follow the installation directions. Contact local building or fire officials
about restrictions and installation requirements peculiar to your area. Do Not Plug
this appliance into an electrical outlet before reading and understanding all operations
and always unplug the unit before attempting any work or maintenance. Do not
connect this stove to any chimney flue already serving another appliance. Carefully
observe and maintain all clearances and combustibles.
A note about fuel: Use only dried shelled corn with a moisture content of 14%
or less (11 to 12% provides the best results); any pellet fuel used should have
an ash content of 1% or less. If not efficiency will suffer, and your warranty may be
voided.
Your American Harvest Corn/Pellet Stove operates on a negative pressure. Therefore,
all venting connections (elbows, T-pipe) must be sealed and airtight.
Use Hi-Temp silicone at each joint or connection.
UNITED STATES STOVE COMPANY GRANTS NO WARRANTY, IMPLIED OR STATED,
FOR THE INSTALLATION OR MAINTENANCE OF THE STOVE AND ASSUMES NO
RESPONSIBILITY FOR ANY CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGE(S).
UNITED STATES STOVE COMPANY - 227 INDUSTRIAL PARK ROAD-SOUTH PITTSBURG, TN. 37380
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    UNITED STATES STOVE COMPANY GRANTS NO WARRANTY, IMPLIED OR STATED, FOR THE INSTALLATION OR MAINTENANCE OF THE STOVE AND ASSUMES NO RESPONSIBILITY FOR ANY CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGE(S). UNITED STATES STOVE COMPANY - 227 INDUSTRIAL PARK ROAD-SOUTH PITTSBURG, TN. 37380 TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE (423) 837-2100 - (423) 837-2109 FAX USSC...

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    We strongly suggest installing smoke detectors in your home if not already installed. Initial burn off may cause slight smoke and odor the first few hours of operation. United States Stove Company Stove) reserves the right to alter products, specifications and price without notice.

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    IMPORTANT: Proper installation of this stove is necessary for safe and efficient operation. Installing this product improperly may result in a house fire and personal injury. All applicable building codes for your location must be followed. In areas where building codes require additional steps to the installation of this product not included in this manual the building codes will take precedent and must be followed.

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    BURNING SOLID FUELS SHELLED CORN • Corn must contain less than 14% moisture content. Wet corn will rapidly deteriorate stove components, reduce efficiency and void all warranties. Purchase a moisture tester if in doubt. • Corn must be clean and free from debris. Never burn corn right from the field. Damage caused by dirty corn is not covered by the product warranty.

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    CLEARANCES TO COMBUSTIBLES The stove must be installed with the following minimum clearances to side and back wall combustible materials. NOTE: These are minimum clearances to combustible walls established by the testing lab. The amount of room needed on the left side of the unit to access the electrical panel is (6) six inches (152mm).

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    GUIDELINES FOR EXHAUST VENTING SYSTEMS DESIGN It is recommended that only an authorized installer install your pellet/corn stove, preferably an NFI certified specialist. The following installation guidelines must be followed to ensure conformity with both the safety listing of this stove and to local building codes.

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    DESIGN GUIDELINES FOR OUTSIDE COMBUSTION AIR CONNECTION For installations with horizontal through-the-wall exhaust, it is strongly recommended that the stove combustion air be connected to the outside. If the home is newer or has been tightly insulated it is required to install outside combustion air.

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    Note: Where passage through a wall, or partition of combustible construction is desired, the installation shall conform to CAN/CSA -B365 The American Harvest Corn/Pellet Stove Model 6037 may be installed as follows: 1) A freestanding unit MOBILE HOME INSTALLATION REQUIREMENTS...

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    FREESTANDING STOVE INSTALLATION REQUIREMENTS Horizontal Exhaust Termination: Locate proper position for the type “PL” wall thimble (F). Use a saber saw or keyhole saw to cut a 7 1/4-inch diameter hole through the wall (E) for a 3-inch pipe. For a 4-inch pipe, cut an 8 1/4-inch hole.

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    6” Min. The Hearth Pad is not required under the unit if the floor is noncombustible but is required 6 inches (152mm) beyond the front of the unit and 6 inches (152mm) beyond each side of the door. THROUGH THE WALL, VERTICAL PIPE INSTALLATION WITH TERMINATION CAP 9”...

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    GLASS MAINTENANCE, REMOVAL AND REPLACEMENT Your American Harvest Corn/Pellet Stove comes to you with the glass door installed in place, ready for use. The glass is surrounded on the edges with a gasket and seated in a glass channel. It is held in place with four (4) clips. REMOVAL OF BROKEN OR DAMAGED CERAMIC GLASS Open the door and lift off of hinges.

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    Ash Dump Shutoff Pull out to empty ashes out of the firebox area. Make sure to push all the way in when done. Circuit Board Control Panel Manual Draft Adjustment Slide in or out to adjust the amount of draft flowing through the firebox.

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    LIGHTING INSTRUCTIONS CAUTION: DO NOT USE CHEMICALS OR FLUIDS TO START THE FIRE HOT WHILE IN OPERATION. KEEP CHILDREN, CLOTHING AND FURNITURE AWAY. CONTACT MAY CAUSE SKIN BURNS. Before lighting your American Harvest for the first time, make sure that all items are out of the hopper, ash pan and firebox area.

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    A proper draft setting is crucial to the successful burning of solid fuels. Draft refers to the amount of air flowing through the burn chamber of your stove. Too much or too little draft will cause your stove to burn improperly and may result in the fire burning out or excessive deposits (clinkers).

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    Maintenance Instructions Continued... Cleanout Plates The 6037 has (2) front cleanout slides that must be in the closed position when burning the unit. Weekly Maintenance • Set the stove on high fire. Open the draft to 100% and allow the stove to burn for 15 minutes. Resume desired heat and draft setting.

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    AUTOMATIC SAFETY FEATURES These automatic safety features must not be bypassed • Power Outage During a power outage, the stove will shut down safely. It will not automatically restart when the power returns, unless the exhaust is still up to temperature (see “Lighting Instructions” page 16). •...

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    CIRCUIT BOARD FUNCTIONS Once the control panel is turned to one of the five heat settings, a timer begins that will start, stop and continue operation of the American Harvest as a preset temperature is achieved. COMPONENT Exhaust Blower Agitator Auger Room Fan Automatic Shutdown...

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    CIRCUIT BOARD FUNCTIONS Once the AMERICAN HARVEST has reached the normal operating temperature and switched to the “OFF” position, the unit will continue to operate on a much lower setting for 10 minutes. (Approximately half of the “1” setting). After 10 minutes the auger will slow down further and continue at this feed rate until the AMERICAN HARVEST “LOW LIMIT SAFTEY”...

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    Unplug stove before performing any maintenance PROBLEM ? Fire burns with a lazy, orange flame and/or fuel builds up in the firepot. Glass may become dirty. ? Fire goes out or stove shuts down. Fuel may stop feeding. ? Fire goes out or stove shuts down. Fuel may stop feeding.

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    WIRING DIAGRAM USSC...

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    REPAIR PARTS DIAGRAM-6037 USSC...

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    891054 25173 25325B 69363 891059 69358 69359 83510 891092 891057 REPAIR PARTS LIST-6037 DESCRIPTION Ash Pan Guide Assy., Painted Pedestal, Painted Pedestal Trim, Painted Pedestal Back, Painted Ash Pan, Painted Hopper Assembly Safety Guard Cabinet Top, Painted Hopper Lid, Painted...

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    Notes USSC...

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    WHEN ORDERING REPAIR PARTS, ALWAYS GIVE THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION AS SHOWN IN THIS LIST: 1. THE PART NUMBER 2. THE PART DESCRIPTION 3. THE MODEL NUMBER: 6037 4. THE SERIAL NUMBER:____________________ HOW TO ORDER REPAIR PARTS United States Stove Company 227 Industrial Park Road P.O.

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