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Travis Industries 864 HH Installation Manual

Fireplace xtrordinair built-in direct vent fireplace installation manual.

 
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Summary of Contents

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    Overview Listing Details IAS (ICBO) Approval Massachusetts Approval National Fireplace Institute...

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    Safety Warnings: Failure to follow all of the requirements may result in property damage, bodily injury, or even death. This unit must be installed by a qualified installer to prevent the possibility of an explosion. This appliance must be installed in accordance with all local codes, if any; if not, in U.S.A. follow ANSI Z223.1 and NFPA 54(88).

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    Safety Warnings (continued): Allow the heater to cool before carrying out any maintenance or cleaning. Operate the heater according to the instructions included in this manual. If the main burners do not start correctly turn the gas off at the gas control valve and call your dealer for service.

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    Installation Options Heating Specifications Dimensions...

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    Packing List Additional Items Required Installation Overview Top Vent Configuration See the section "Mantel Requirements" Drywall Drywall Side 1" Min. Wall See "Facing See "Optional Non- Requirements" Combustible Hearth" Recommended Installation Procedure See the section "Vent Requirements" See the section "Approved Vent Configurations"...

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    Massachusetts Requirements NOTE: The following requirements reference various Massachusetts and national codes not contained in this document. Requirements for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts For all side wall horizontally vented gas fueled equipment installed in every dwelling, building or structure used in whole or in part for residential purposes, including those owned or operated by the Commonwealth and where the side wall exhaust vent termination is less than seven (7) feet above finished grade in the area of the venting, including but not limited to decks and porches, the following requirements shall be satisfied:...

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    Top Vent or Rear Vent Configuration Remove the 4 screws securing the cover plate. Remove it and place it aside. Remove the 4 screws securing the intake cover plate. Remove it and place it aside. Remove and discard all of the insulation found near the flue assembly (make sure to remove every...

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    NOTE: Use a magnetic- tipped nutdriver on these screws - take care to prevent the screws from falling into the fireplace. Remove the 12 screws securing the flue assembly. Rotate the flue assembly so the flue points upwards. Secure using the twelve screws removed earlier.

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    Fireplace Placement Requirements Min. 49” Fireplace Enclosure Height Platform Optional Raised Hearth (see “Hearth Requirements” for details)

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    HINT: place the fireplace so the center line is at least 5" from both vertical framing members at the rear (this allows the vent to pass through the framing without modfications) Minimum 49” Fireplace Enclosure Height Route the electrical line to a position to the left rear of the fireplace.

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    Minimum 49” Fireplace Enclosure Height Route the electrical line to a position to the left rear of the fireplace. 38-1/2" 41-1/4" 20" The on/off switch/thermostat wire (if used) should be routed to a location near the right front of the fireplace.

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    There are four nailing brackets on the front of the fireplace. Follow the directions below to prepare the nailing brackets. Once in place, nail or screw the nailing brackets to the framing. NOTE: Additional nailing brackets are provided along the base of the fireplace. Use these brackets if not using the front brackets.

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    Minimum 1" Clearance 7-1/2" Approximate (varies due to vent installation) NOTE: Most installations use: 6" Section for 2x6 Walls 4" Section for 2x4 Walls (Travis # 98900166) 48" Min. Travis Firestop Minimum 1/2" Clearance (sku 93006094)

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    Minimum 1/2" Clearance 15-1/2" 48" Min.

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    Gas Line Requirements This fireplace is designed either for natural gas or for propane (but not for both). Check the sticker on the top of the gas control valve to make sure the correct fuel is used.

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    Left Side Gas Inlet (preferred) A 2" high by 3" wide opening is located behind the gas inlet cover plate (it is 2" above the base of the fireplace). 6-3/4" You may remove this cover plate to install the gas line. The cover plate has a 7/8"...

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    Electrical Connection (required)

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    Wall Switch or Thermostat Installation Do not connect 110-120 VAC to the gas control valve or wiring system of this fireplace. The switch must be installed by a qualified installer. On/Off Switch (on fireplace) Attach the two wires to the top and bottom posts on the gas control valve (orientation does not matter).

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    Vent Requirements Vertical Termination Horizontal Required Firestop Termination Use a roof flashing and storm collar whenever passing through the roof Use a firestop whenever Min. 3" (1" if a minimum 48" passing through a ceiling above the fireplace) Use a support box Min.

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    6-5/8" Diameter Vent Reducer - # 98900165...

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    Approved Vent Configurations If the diffuser is required to be in position # 2, you may wish to adjust the diffuser while the exhaust restrictor is removed. (open - stock position) # 1 (closed) #6 Loosen these four screws on the exhaust restrictor. Slide the restrictor to the correct restrictor position (see the illustration below).

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    Loosen these two screws. This restrictor is in position # 1. Slide the intake restrictor down and re-tighten the screws to secure. This restrictor is in position # 2.

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    DIFFUSER SIDE VIEW Before (Stock - Position # 1) After (Position # 2) Remove the exhaust restrictor. 1/4" Nutdriver 1/4" Nutdriver Remove the diffuser. Bend the round portion of the diffuser so it is flat (position # 2). Secure the flattened diffuser plate with the screws removed earlier.

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    Rear Vent Configuration with Horizontal Termination (no vertical rise) Vent with No 45° Elbow 3 feet 0 feet Vent with 1 45° Elbow 3 feet 0 feet See the charts above to determine maximum vent Optional 45° Elbow • Min. 4" Horizontal Section •...

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    Rear Vent Configuration with Horizontal Termination (with vertical rise) 22' (max) 20 feet 15 feet 10 feet 5 feet 0 feet This is considered a horizontal elbow (it does not matter whether it turns right or left). It may be a 90° or 45° elbow. Exhaust Restrictor # 5 Intake Restrictor # 2 Diffuser Position # 2...

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    Rear Vent Configuration with Vertical Termination This is considered a horizontal elbow (it does not matter whether it turns right or left). It may be a 90° or 45° elbow. 40' (max) Exhaust Restrictor # 6 35 feet Intake Restrictor # 2 Diffuser Position # 2 30 feet Exhaust Restrictor # 5...

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    Top Vent Configuration with Horizontal Termination 21' (max) 20 feet 15 feet 10 feet 5 feet 0 feet This is considered a horizontal elbow (it does not matter whether it turns right or left). It may be a 90° or 45° elbow. Exhaust Restrictor # 5 Intake Restrictor # 2 Diffuser Position # 2...

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    Top Vent Configuration with Vertical Termination This is considered a horizontal elbow (it does not matter whether it turns right or left). It may be a 90° or 45° elbow. 40' (max) Exhaust Restrictor # 6 35 feet Intake Restrictor # 2 Diffuser Position # 2 30 feet Exhaust Restrictor # 5...

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    Termination Requirements Venting terminals shall not be recessed into a wall or siding. Minimum 9" clearance from any door or window Minimum 12" above any grade, veranda, porch, deck or balcony Minimum 1" from outside corner walls NOTE: Clearance in accordance with local installation codes and the requirements of the gas supplier.

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    Floor Mounted Fireplaces Raised Fireplaces Fireplace Stand Do not build a hearth more than 1” above the baseplate (this area must remain clear for the access door). If installed near carpet or other combustible flooring, the fireplace must be raised so the base of the unit is above the carpet surface or flooring material.

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    Drywall Installation Drywall may be installed up to the front edge of the fireplace. If the fireplace is raised, drywall up to the bottom edge as well. The non-combustible fiber board must remain in place above the fireplace. Non- combustible facing (tile, masonry, etc.) must be placed over the fiber board.

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    Upgrade faces are available for this fireplace and may influence facing installation. Consult with your Travis Dealer if you are using an upgrade face. NOTE: The hearth or facing can extend no greater than 1” above the base of the fireplace. The fireplace may be raised to accommodate thicker hearth materials.

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    Upgrade faces are available for this fireplace and may influence facing installation. Consult with your Travis Dealer if you are using an upgrade face. Facing is installed to this edge of the fireplace. Do not install tile (or other material) in front of the glass frame, convection channel, or access panel openings.

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    SIDE OF FIREPLACE SIDE OF FIREPLACE...

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    If using a Fireplace Xtrordinair (FPX) arched face, see "Thick Facing with a Fireplace Xtrordinair Arched Faces" on page 38. Do not install masonry (or other material) in front of the fireplace. This area must remain open to install the face. TOP VIEW - Protruding Masonry Framing Nailing Bracket...

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    The following illustration shows facing considerations for those fireplaces utilizing FPX arched faces. The facing must be non-combustible and over 1" in depth. The Fireplace Xtrordinair 864 Masonry Template is recommended for masonry installation (sku 98500688). The template helps locate and support the masonry as it being installed.

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    SIDE OF FIREPLACE SIDE OF FIREPLACE...

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    Installation Mantel Requirements The illustration below details mantel clearances and maximum mantel depth. Any material that protrudes more than 3/4” from the non-combustible facing is considered a mantel and must meet the mantel requirements. Maximum Mantel Depth (b) 0” 1” 2” 3” 4” 5” 6” 7” 8” 9” 10” 11” 12” 18+”...

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    SIDE OF FIREPLACE...

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    SIDE OF FIREPLACE...

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    To adjust the pilot flame, turn this screw. Clockwise lowers the flame while counter-clockwise raises it. The pilot flame must contact the thermocouple and thermopile (see the illustration below). Adjust the pilot up or down as necessary. Standard Screwdriver...

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    Correct Flames should be blue at the base, yellow-orange on the top. There are two air shutters on this fireplace - adjust both air shutters to obtain the correct flame. Move the controls left or right until the flame looks correct. The rear air shutter affects the rear portion of the burner, the front air shutter the front portion of the burner.

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    Based upon the face being used, either: (a) swing the access door down and remove the top grill, (b) remove the face (unscrew or lift off - see the instructions included with the face for details). Open the four latches holding the glass frame in place (start with the bottom three) - follow the directions shown to the right.

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    Finalizing the Installation Glass Frame Removal and Installation (continued) The latch can come loose from glass frame anchor. This occurs when it is turned 1/4 turn when it is disengaged. Follow the directions below to re-install the latch if it becomes loose. Hold the latch at an angle and insert it into the slot on the glass frame anchor.

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    WARNING: Firebacks are required for this fireplace and must be installed prior to operation. 5/16" Nutdriver Place the floor firebacks in place. Place the grate in place. Take care to prevent it from damaging the ceramic firebacks. Remove the screws and clips on both sides.

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    Remove the four screws holding the burner assembly in place. Slide the burner to the left and up to remove. NOTE: The front of the burner support is removable. It may be removed to aid in burner alignment during re-assembly.

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    Front Orifice Use a 1/2” open end wrench to unscrew both orifices. 1/2" Wrench Front Burner Orifice Lift the pilot hood off the pilot assembly. a Slide the air shutters all the way to the left. Rear Orifice Manifold Apply thread sealant to the LP orifices prior to installation.

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    To adjust the pilot flame, turn this screw (NOTE: if totally unscrewed gas will come out of this port). Clockwise lowers the flame while counter-clockwise raises it. Remove and discard the three screws using a slotted screwdriver of Torx T-20. Slotted Screwdriver (or T-20 Torx)

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    Upper Grill Installation Hold the grill at an angle and insert the lower slot over the bushing on the fireplace (both sides). You may need press on the grill to get the tab over the bushing (this prevents the grill from accidentally falling off). Lower Grill Installation Hold the grill at an angle and insert the lower slot over the bushing on the fireplace (both...

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    WARNING: Make sure the power cord does not contact the blower (if applicable) or the Attach the power cord to the bottom of firebox (or other hot surface). electrical receptacle on the inside of the fireplace. Use lock-ties or wire ties to shorten the power cord to approximately 12”...

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    A knock-out is provided on the left side of the fireplace for routing the sheathed cable (romex) from the inside of the firebox to the power heat duct. Use the strain relief (included with the power heat duct) to secure the cable. Cable to Power Heat Duct...

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    Electrical Source Junction Box Rheostat (with cover plate) Use 10” x 3-1/4” wall stack (duct) when passing through tight areas. Grill Wall Adapter (for use on 2 x 4 walls) Floor Boot Maximum Duct Length = 20' Blower Duct Adapter (6”...

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    NOTE: Air flow through the duct is affected by length and number of bends. Keep the length and number of bends to the minimum to maximize performance. Blower Box When the duct penetrates the fireplace enclosure vertically and the top of the enclosure is within 36” of the top of the fireplace, a firestop spacer that maintains a 1/2”...

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    Cut a hole between floor joists for the blower box. 5-1/4" 14" Slide the blower into the hole cut in step "a". Attach with four screws. Attach the floor boot to the blower box with the included screws. 1/4" Nutdriver Starter Ring Remove and discard the cover plate.

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    Screws (included with this kit) Grill Phillips Screwdriver Secure all ducting together with screws. Then seal the seams with aluminum duct tape (U.L. 181A-P or equivalent). Wall Adapter (for use when the blower box protrudes from the wall - primarily on 2 x 4 walls)

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    Wiring Diagram - 864 HH*, 44 DV XXL, and 36 DV Fireplace (black) (black) Molex Common Common Connector (white) (white) Ground Ground (green) (green) Fireplace Fireplace Blower Rheostat Wiring Diagram -864TRV * 864 HH SN ?? or greater. 864 HH SN ?? or less uses wiring similar to the 864TRV.

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    Force the sheathed cable through one of the locking flaps on the junction box (repeat for the other cable). Some force is needed. The flap will lock the cable in place. From NOTE:Two junction Blower Box boxes are included - use the best box for your installation.

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    Make sure power to the fireplace has been turned off prior to installation (disable the service breaker). Do not connect 110-120 VAC to the gas control valve or the on/off circuit on this fireplace. The accent light must be removed to install the rear fireback. The remaining firebacks are installed after the accent light is in place.

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    Insert the four wires through the strain relief plate (NOTE: Put the larger, male connectors through first). Secure the strain relief plate to the firebox floor with the screws removed earlier. If using the optional wall-mounted rheostat, follow the directions on the following page "Wall Mounted Rheostat".

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    Rheostat (removed from Junction Box rheostat assembly) Knob (included) Wire Clamp (included) A 7/8” diameter hole is provided on this cover plate (both sides). If this hole is already used for a gas inlet, you can drill an additional 7/8” hole in this cover plate.

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    Index Index 4080214...

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