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King Pellet Stove
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Please read this entire manual before installation and use of this appliance. Failure to follow
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these instructions could result in property damage, bodily injury, or even death.
Contact your local building or fire officials about restrictions and installation inspection
requirements in your area.
Save these instructions.
UNITED STATES STOVE COMPANY • 227 INDUSTRIAL PARK ROAD • SOUTH PITTSBURG, TENNESSEE 37380 • WWW.USSTOVE.COM
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UNITED STATES STOVE COMPANY
Owner's Manual
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"Keeping North America Warm Since 1869"
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Summary of Contents

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    Contact your local building or fire officials about restrictions and installation inspection  requirements in your area. Save these instructions.  UNITED STATES STOVE COMPANY • 227 INDUSTRIAL PARK ROAD • SOUTH PITTSBURG, TENNESSEE 37380 • WWW.USSTOVE.COM FOR TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE: USSC “Keeping North America Warm Since 1869” model 5510 Owner’s Manual...

  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    TABLE OF CONTENTS ... 2 SAFETy PrECAuTiONS ... 3 SPECiFiCATiONS ... 4 Heating Specifications ... 4 Dimensions ... 4 Electrical Specifications ... 4 Fuel Considerations ... 4 Safety and EPA Compliance ... 4 iNSTALLATiON ... 5 Installation Options ... 5 Floor Protection ... 5 Clearances ... 6 Venting Requirements ... 7 Maximum Venting Distance ...

  • Page 3: Safety Precautions

    IMPORTANT: Read this entire manual before installing  and operating this product. Failure to do so may result in property damage, bodily injury, or even death. Proper installation of this stove is crucial for safe and efficient operation. Install vent at clearances specified by the vent  manufacturer. Do not connect the pellet vent to a vent serving any  other appliance or stove. Do not install a flue damper in the exhaust venting  system of this unit. Use of outside air is not required for this unit.

  • Page 4: Specifications, Heating Specifications, Dimensions, Electrical Specifications, Fuel Considerations, Safety And Epa Compliance

    Heating Specifications Heat Output Heating Capacity Fuel Burn Rate Burn Time (lowest setting) Hopper Capacity BTU output will vary depending on the quality of fuel. Use PFI listed fuels for the best results. Heating capacity will vary depending on floor plan layout of your home, degree of insulation, and the outside temperature. Pellet size may effect the actual rate of fuel feed and burn times. Fuel feed rates may vary by as much as 20%. Use PFI listed fuel for best results. Dimensions Height Width Depth Weight Electrical Specifications Electrical Rating Watts (operational) Watts (igniter running) FuEL CONSidErATiONS Your Pellet stove is designed to burn premium hardwood pellets that comply with Association of Pellet Fuel Industries standards. (Minimum of 40 lbs density per cubic ft, 1/4” to 5/16” diameter, length no greater than 1.5”, not less than 8,200 BTU/lb, moisture under 8% by weight, ash under 1% by weight, and salt under 300 parts per million). Pellets that are soft, contain excessive amounts of loose sawdust, have been, or are wet, will result in reduced performance. SAFETy ANd EPA COMPLiANCE Your Pellet stove has been safety tested and listed to ASTM E 1509, (UM) 84-HUD by OMNI-Test Laboratories, Inc. Portland, Oregon, USA. It is also certified and tested to EPA Phase II requirements. Specifications 48,000 BTU/hr.

  • Page 5: Installation, Installation Options, Floor Protection

    iNSTALLATiON OPTiONS Read this entire manual before you install and use your Pellet stove. Failure to follow instructions may  result in property damage, bodily injury, or even death! (See specific installation details for clearances and other installation requirements) A Freestanding Unit—supported by pedestal/legs and placed on a non-combustible floor surface in compliance with clearance requirements for a freestanding stove installation.

  • Page 6: Clearances

    CLEArANCES Your King stove has been tested and listed for installation in residential, mobile home, and alcove applications in accordance with the clearances given in FIGURES 3-5 and TABLE 1. NOTE: Distance “C” on the left-hand side of your King stove may need to be greater than the minimum required clearance for suitable access to the control panel.

  • Page 7: Venting Requirements, Maximum Venting Distance, Pellet Vent Type, Pellet Vent Installation, Pellet Vent Termination

    vENTiNg rEquirEMENTS Install vent at clearances specified by the vent manufacturer.  Do not connect the pellet vent to a vent serving any other appliance or stove.  Do not install a flue damper in the exhaust venting system of this unit. ...

  • Page 8: Vent Termination Clearances

    vENT TErMiNATiON CLEArANCES: Minimum 4-foot clearance below or beside any door or window that opens. Minimum 1-foot clearance above any door or window that opens. Minimum 3-foot clearance from any adjacent building. Minimum 7-foot clearance from any grade when adjacent to public walkways. Minimum 2-foot clearance above any grass, plants, or other combustible materials. Minimum 3-foot clearance from an forced air intake of any appliance. Minimum 2-foot clearance below eves or overhang. Minimum 1-foot clearance horizontally from combustible wall. Must be a minimum of 36-inches above the roof and 24-inches above the highest point or the roof within 10-feet. Installation USSC...

  • Page 9: Through The Wall Installation, Through The Roof/ceiling Installation

    Installation ThrOugh ThE wALL iNSTALLATiON (RECOMMENDED INSTALLATION) To vent the unit through the wall, connect the pipe adapter to the exhaust motor adapter. If the exhaust adapter is at least 18-inches above ground level, a straight section of pellet vent pipe can be used through the wall. Your King dealer should be able to provide you with a kit that will handle most of this installation, which will include a wall thimble that will allow the proper clearance through a combustible wall. Once outside the structure, a 3-inch clearance should be maintained from the outside wall and a clean out tee should be placed on the pipe with a 90-degree turn away from the house. At this point, a 3-foot (minimum) section of pipe should be added with a horizontal cap, which would complete the installation (see FIGURE 7). A support bracket should be placed just below the termination cap or one every 4-feet to make the system more stable. If you live in an area that has heavy snowfall, it is recommended that the installation be taller than 3-feet to get above the snowdrift line. This same installation can be used if your stove is below ground level by simply adding the clean-out section and vertical pipe inside until ground level is reached. With this installation you have to...

  • Page 10: Outside Air Supply, Special Mobile Home Requirements

    OuTSidE Air SuPPLy (optional) Depending on your location and home construction, outside air may be necessary for optimal performance. Metal pipe (solid or flexible) must be used for the outside air installation. PVC pipe is NOT approved and should NEVER be used. A wind shield over the termination of the outside air pipe or a 90-degree elbow or bend away from the prevailing winds MUST be used when an outside air pipe is installed through the side of a building. The outside air termination MUST be at least 1-foot away from the exhaust system termination. The outside air pipe on your King stove is 1 7/8” OD. The outside air connecting pipe must be at least 1 7/8” ID. The outside air connection used MUST NOT restrict the amount of air available to your stove. The outside air connecting pipe must be as short and free of bends as possible, and it must fit over, not inside, the outside air connection to the stove. FigurE 8 EXHAUST/INLET LOCATIONS SPECiAL MOBiLE hOME rEquirEMENTS WARNING! - DO NOT INSTAll IN A SlEEPING ROOM  CAUTION! - THE STRUCTURAl INTEGRITy OF THE MObIlE HOME FlOOR, WAll, AND CEIlING/ROOF ...

  • Page 11: Understanding Your Stove

    Understanding your stove How your stove works Your King stove utilizes a inclined auger fuel feed system that is operated by a microprocessor controlled digital circuit board. The digital circuit board allows the inclined auger fuel feed system to run in a timer-based, non-continuous cycle; this cycling allows the auger to run for a predetermined period of seconds. The auger pushes pellets up a chute located at the front/bottom of the hopper which in turn falls through another chute into the burnpot. Your stove is equipped with an automatic ignition system that should ignite the fuel within 5-10 minutes from pressing the ON button. As pellets enter the burn pot and ignite, outside air is drawn across the fuel and heated during the combustion process which is then pulled through the heat exchanger by the exhaust motor or draft fan. As the stove heats up, room air is circulated around the heat exchanger by means of a room air blower, distributing warm air into the room. The amount of heat produced by the stove is proportional to the rate of the fuel that is burned, and this rate is controlled by the “HEAT RANGE” setting. In order to maintain combustion of the fuel at a desired rate, the air provided to the burn chamber by the exhaust or draft fan must be maintained precisely. Too little air will result in a flame that is non-energetic or lazy. If the fuel continues to flow with too little air for long enough, the burn pot will fill with too much fuel and the fire will smother out. To much air will result in a flame that is overactive or aggressive. The flame in this situation is typically very blue at the bottom and resembles a blow torch. If this situation continues, the fuel in the burn pot will be consumed and the fire will go out. Matching the amount of air required for proper combustion to the fuel rate is the primary objective in effectively burning pellets of various brands and qualities in your stove. The air to fuel ratio can be adjusted to allow almost any fuel quality to burn effectively by following the procedures detailed in the remainder of this manual. Because a forced draft pressure is required for the combustion process inside your stove, it is extremely important that the exhaust system be properly installed and maintained. And, that when operating your stove, you make sure that the viewing door is properly sealed. 4 Digit Display FigurE 10 DIGITAL CONTROL PANEL Up / Down Buttons : Heat Range Room Fan Auto Mode Draft Fan...

  • Page 12: Control Panel Overview

    Turning the heater ON/OFF, as well as adjustments for the fuel feed rate and room fan speed are performed by pressing the appropriate button(s) on the control panel which is located on the lower left-hand side of your heater. This unit can be changed between an automatic operation or a manual operation. The controller comes default in the automatic mode. ON/OFF • Pressing the “ON” button on the control panel will begin the start-up sequence for the heater. Fuel will begin to feed through the auger feed system then ignite after approx. 5 minutes. Pressing the “OFF” button on the control panel will cause the heater to enter its shut-down sequence. The fuel feed system will stop pulling fuel from the hopper and, once the fire goes out and the heater cools down, the fans will stop running. • hEAT rANgE Pressing the “Heat Range” arrows, up or down, will adjust the amount of fuel being delivered to the burnpot. • drAFT FAN The draft fan (exhaust) will come on as soon as the “ON” button is pressed. The fan will automatically adjust its speed in accordance to the heat range setting. However, this speed can be manually operated by pressing the “Draft Fan” arrows up or down. “Draft Fan” when pressed, the display will show “Df-A”, which is automatic. Press the arrows again to adjust fan speed. When the heater is in the manual mode, the optional thermostat will not properly control the unit. When adjusting the Draft Fan setting, try only 1 setting above or below the heat setting. It is better to leave the stove in the automatic mode. • rOOM FAN The room fan will come on once the unit has reached operating temperature. By pressing the “Room Fan” buttons, the display will show “Rf-A” which is automatic or “Rf-1” through “Rf-9” for manual settings. In auto mode, the room fan’s speed will automatically be adjusted in accordance with the heat range setting. By pressing the “Room Fan” up arrow, you can adjust the fan speed setting up to “Rf-9”. The room fan must operate at a level greater than or equal to the heat range setting. • Aux - USED TO RETURN THE STOVE TO THE FACTORY SETTINGS To return the stove to it’s original factory settings, press and hold the AUX UP and AUX DOWN buttons simultaneously for 3 seconds. • AugEr dELAy The “Auger Delay” button can be used to pause rotation of the Auger for approx. 1 minute. This can be cancelled by pressing the “ON” button. The “Auger Delay” is normally used only during the start up cycle to slow the fuel delivery down during the initial ignition.

  • Page 13: Operation, Unit Preparation, Performing A "dry Run

    uNiT PrEPArATiON After carefully unpacking and reading the instructions for installing your stove, you will need to perform the following steps: • Attach the included spring handle to the door handle by screwing it on in a respective location. • Attach the electrical cord to the back of the stove first; then plug it into a 110-volt outlet (an outlet surge protector is highly recommended). PErFrOMiNg AN iNTiAL TEST This test is used at the factory where the stoves are assembled to test the functionality of the control and the stove before the unit is shipped. To perform this test, press and hold the OFF and AUGER DELAY buttons simultaneously for 3 seconds. To advance through the test, press any key unless otherwise noted in the test step. Exhaust Fan Output Test – The display will show “drft”. The exhaust fan is turned on full then reduced to a level just above the typical minimum pressure switch setting. The ON LED indicates whether the pressure sensor is detected. If the pressure switch is not detected, the fan ramps to full on for two seconds then returns to the previously established level if the pressure switch closes. If the Draft Fan Fuse is not blown and the fuse detection circuit is functioning, the Draft Fan LED will be lit and the other three top row LEDs will be off. Room Fan Output Test - The display will show “rfan”. The room fan is turned on full. If the Room Fan Fuse is not blown and the fuse detection circuit is functioning, the Room Fan LED will be lit and the other three top row LEDs will be off. Ignitor Output Test - The display will show “ignt”. The ignitor motor is turned on full. If the Ignitor (AUX) Fuse is not blown and the fuse detection circuit is functioning, the Aux LED will be lit and the other three top row LEDs will be off. Auger Output Test - The display will show “augr”. The auger motor is turned on full. If the Auger Fuse is not blown and the fuse detection circuit is functioning, the Heat Range LED will be lit and the other three top row LEDs will be off. Hopper Switch Test – The display will show “hppr”. The “ON” LED is lit. If the hopper switch is open (lid is open), the “HEAT RANGE” LED will turn on. If the lid is closed, the “HEAT RANGE” LED will be off. Thermostat Input Test – The display will show “stat”. If the thermostat input is closed, the ON LED will turn on, otherwise it will be off. Flue gas Thermistor Test – The display will show the flue gas temperature in degrees F. AC Frequency Test - Displays the measured AC Frequency in hertz (59-60) followed by the letter ‘H’. Watchdog Reset – The watchdog timer is tested to ensure that the board can be reset. The message “BYE” is displayed until the watchdog resets the board. PErFOrMiNg A “dry ruN” Perform a “dry run” on your stove prior to making the exhaust/inlet connections and starting your stove for the first time. Check that there is NO fuel or ANY foreign material in the hopper or burn-pot.

  • Page 14: Start-up Procedure, Shut Down Procedure

    STArT-uP PrOCEdurE Never use gasoline, gasoline-type lantern fuel, kerosene, charcoal lighter fluid, or similar liquids to start or  “freshen up” a fire in this stove. Keep all such liquids well away from the stove while it is in use. Verify that the hopper is clean and free of foreign matter.

  • Page 15: Daily Operation, Operation, Safety And Convenience Features, Maintenance, Exhaust System

    dAiLy OPErATiON The hopper and stove top will be hot during operation; therefore, you should always use some type of hand  protection when refueling your stove. Never place your hand near the auger while the stove is in operation. ...

  • Page 16: Maintenance, Interior Chambers, Ash Disposal, Check And Clean The Hopper, Blower Motors, Painted Surfaces, Glass

    Maintenance iNTEriOr ChAMBErS Periodically remove and clean the burnpot and the area inside the burnpot housing. In particular it is advisable to clean out the holes in the burnpot to remove any build up that may prevent air from moving through the burn pot freely. Remove the two(2) plates on each side of the burnpot housing and clean out that rear chamber. If a vacuum is used to clean your stove, we suggest using a vacuum designed for ash removal. Some regular vacuum cleaner (i.e. shop vacs) may leak ash into the room. ASh diSPOSAL Ashes should be placed in a metal container with a tight fitting lid. The closed container of ashes should be placed on a noncombustible floor or on the ground, well away from all combustible materials, pending final disposal. If the ashes are disposed of by burial in soil or otherwise locally dispersed, they should be retained in the closed container until all cinders have been thoroughly cooled. CHECK AND ClEAN THE HOPPER Check the hopper periodically to determine if there is any sawdust or pellets that are sticking to the hopper surface. Clean as needed. DOOR AND GlASS GASKETS Inspect the main door and glass window gaskets periodically. The main door may need to be removed to have frayed, broken, or compacted gaskets replaced by your Authorized “King” Dealer. The glass gasket has a gap at the bottom for the airwash. BLOwEr MOTOrS Clean the air holes on the motors of both the exhaust and distribution blowers annually. Remove the exhaust blower from the exhaust duct and clean out the internal fan blades as part of your fall start-up. PAiNTEd SurFACES Painted surfaces may be wiped down with a damp cloth. If scratches appear, or you wish to renew your paint, contact ” Dealer to obtain a can of suitable high-temperature paint. your Authorized “King gLASS We recommend using a high quality glass cleaner. Should a build up of creosote or carbon accumulate, you may wish to use 000 steel wool and water to clean the glass. In the event you need to replace the glass, only high temperature ” Dealer to obtain this glass.

  • Page 17: Trouble Shooting

    Disconnect the power cord before performing any maintenance! NOTE: Turning the ON/OFF Switch to ”OFF”  does not disconnect all power to the electrical components of the stove. Never try to repair or replace any part of the stove unless instructions for doing so are given in this manual. ...

  • Page 18: Error Codes & Display Indicators

    Error Codes and Display Indicators Error Error Code Descrption Err1 The high limit temperature sensor has tripped. Err2 Stove ran out of fuel during normal operation. Err3 The stove was unable to reach the Room Fan On temperature within the startup time. Err4 The power failed while the stove was hot, and when power was restored, the fire was out. Err5 The Auger output fuse has blown. Err6 The Ignitor output fuse has blown. Err7 The Draft Fan (Exhaust Fan) output fuse has blown.

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    Parts Diagram USSC...

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    Item Part No. Title 25507 Feed Door 25492 Handle, Door 83506 3/8 x 1 1/4 Roll Pin 891067 Door Glass w/ Ashley Logo 88066 5/8” Rope Gasket 88087 Glass Gasket (1 x 1 3/16) 25520 Bottom Glass Retainer 25521 Top Glass Retainer PARTS LIST 5510 Qty. Item Part No. Title 891164 891141 69513 891189 891132 83534 69514 891190 891180 891161 891195 891169 80488 83529 86628...

  • Page 21: Wiring Diagram

    Wiring Diagram USSC...

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    Notes USSC...

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    Notes USSC...

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    This lisT: 1. The parT number 2. The parT descripTion 3. The model number: 5510 4. The serial number:____________________ united states stove company 227 industrial park road p.o. box 151 south pittsburg, Tn 37380 (800) 750-2723 www.ussTove.com...

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