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England's Stove Works 25-PDV Installation & Operation Manual

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Installation & operation manual - 61 pages
INSTALLATION & OPERATION MANUAL
MODELS 25-PDV / 55-SHP22 / 55-TRP22
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
  
 
Pellet Stove
SAVE THESE
INSTRUCTIONS
Manufactured By:
England's Stove Works, Inc.
PO Box 206
Monroe, VA 24574
9/7/2012
 
 
 

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    INSTALLATION & OPERATION MANUAL Pellet Stove MODELS 25-PDV / 55-SHP22 / 55-TRP22           SAVE THESE   INSTRUCTIONS   Manufactured By: England’s Stove Works, Inc. PO Box 206 Monroe, VA 24574    9/7/2012        ...

  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    TABLE OF CONTENTS  Convection Blower ........ 19  Introduction Combustion Blower ......19  Precautionary Statements ......3  Vacuum Switch ........19  Message from Us ........4  Vacuum Switch Port ......19  Read Before Getting Started ....5 ...

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    INSTALLATION & OPERATION MANUAL MODEL NUMBERS: 25-PDV 55-SHP22 55-TRP22 Thank you for purchasing this product from a fine line of heating equipment. We wish you many years of safe heating pleasure with your new heating appliance. Save These Instructions. IMPORTANT: IF YOU HAVE A PROBLEM WITH THIS UNIT DO NOT RETURN IT TO THE DEALER.

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    A letter from our Technical Support department: Thank you for purchasing this fine product from England’s Stove Works! England's Stove Works was started, and is still owned by, a family that believes strongly in a "Do It Yourself" spirit – that’s one reason you found this product at your favorite “Do It Yourself”...

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    BEFORE RE-STARTING YOUR UNIT Every time before pressing “ON” to start your unit – Be sure to remove all ashes (burnt or partially burnt) from your burn pot area! Wearing protective gloves and with the unit cool, remove the Wear Plate and dump the ashes, ensuring that the air holes are clear from debris.

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    This unit will require floor protection if installed on a combustible surface. The minimum floor protector for the 25-PDV should give at least one inch (1”) of protection at the rear, four inches (4”) on each side, and six inches (6”) minimum in the front of the unit.

  • Page 7: Unit Preparation

    Do not allow paint, chemicals or construction dust on or near your unit. Do not allow liquid or ANY foreign materials on or inside your unit. Shut your unit down and cover it when painting, construction or similar activity is taking place. Wipe and clean your unit after any construction is done in your home, or if any foreign material gets on or inside your unit.

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    Proper Impingement (Baffle) Plate Placement in Pellet Stove Firebox Occasionally in shipping, the impingement (baffle) plate may shift out of its proper position. If this is the case with your stove, follow these instructions to return the plate to its proper position. Remove the plate from the stove, holding the plate by its tab handle, with the cutout notch facing upwards.

  • Page 9: Flue System, Pellet Vent Pipe, Through The Wall

    FLUE SYSTEM Caution: Follow the pipe manufacturer’s installation instructions and directions for passing through combustible walls and ceilings. Be sure to check local codes in your area. NOTE: See the installation drawing later in this manual (Illustration 1). This unit is equipped with a negative draft system that pulls combustion air through the burn pot and pushes the exhaust air out of the dwelling.

  • Page 10: Outside Air

    Through the Ceiling When venting the stove through the ceiling, the pipe is connected the same as through the wall, except the clean out tee is always on the inside of the house, and a 3” adapter is added before the clean-out tee.

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    Freestanding Pellet Installation Caution: Follow the pipe manufacturer’s installation instructions and directions for passing through combustible walls and ceilings. Check local codes in your area. Illustration 1 Our Part AC-3000 is acceptable for through-the-wall installation. Must have minimum AC-3100 for 4000+ 3”...

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    VENT TERMINATION CLEARANCES A) MIN. 4-FT CLEARANCE BELOW OR BESIDE ANY DOOR OR WINDOW THAT OPENS. B) MIN. 1-FT CLEARANCE ABOVE ANY DOOR OR WINDOW THAT OPENS. C) MIN. 2-FT CLEARANCE FROM ANY ADJACENT BUILDING. D) MIN. 7-FT CLEARANCE FROM ANY GRADE WHEN ADJACENT TO PUBLIC WALKWAYS.

  • Page 13: Start-up Procedure

    OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS CAUTION: DO NOT OPERATE WITH THE DOOR OPEN. If door is left open (approximately) two minutes, unit will stop feeding and fire will go out. Do not burn trash (paper bags, etc.) in this unit. This stove has an induced draft system and is designed to operate continuously, as frequent shutdown is not required.

  • Page 14: E-codes, Shut-down Procedure

    lantern fuel, kerosene, charcoal lighter fluid, diesel fuel or any other flammable liquid to start the fire. Do not use the manual startup method if the igniter is working. NEVER place firestarter near the igniter. If you have continued problems with the Auto-Start Igniter, call Technical Support. E-Codes “E-Codes,”...

  • Page 15: Daily Operation, Refueling, Power Outage, Fuel Outage, Combustion Blower Failure

    DAILY OPERATION Refueling the Unit Always press the “OFF” touch pad before refueling. This stove has a (approximately) 60-lb. hopper, and should be refilled when the hopper level drops to three or four inches. Note: The hopper lid will be warm; therefore, you should always use some type of hand protection. NEVER place your hand near the auger while the stove is operating.

  • Page 16: Daily, Semi-weekly

    As with any maintenance concerning this unit, be sure the unit is “OFF” and has completed the Shut- Down cycle BEFORE beginning. Be aware that metal parts in the firebox can remain HOT long after the fire has gone out and EVEN after the Shut-Down cycle is complete. Always use extreme caution when handling potentially hot stove parts, even if you think they should be cold.

  • Page 17: Monthly, Annual

    Monthly Ash Removal The large baffle plate (12-5/8” x 9-3/8”) that rests above and behind the burn pot (refer to the section on “Proper Impingement Plate Placement” and the exploded diagram in the rear of this manual – Illustration 6) should be removed monthly. This can be done by lifting up the plate and pulling it out.

  • Page 18: Rear Panel Removal, Auger Motors, Hopper Lid Switch

    MAINTENANCE CAUTION: UNPLUG THE UNIT PRIOR TO ANY SERVICE WORK! SEE EXPLODED DIAGRAM (ILLUSTRATION 6) FOR PARTS REFERENCE Parts Orders: (800) 516-3636 www.englanderstoves.com Questions: (800) 245-6489 NOTE: Visit our web site for downloadable maintenance sheets and/or a service video that details and illustrates the following maintenance tasks.

  • Page 19: Convection Blower

    Convection Blower The Convection (room air) Blower (Part # PU-4C447) is located on the left side of the unit and can be removed by disconnecting the power leads and removing the four mounting screws. Once this is done, the blower will slide out of the stove. This procedure can be reversed to install a new blower. Combustion Blower To replace the Combustion (exhaust) Blower (Part #PU-076002B), the power leads and the pellet vent pipe must be disconnected.

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    Gaskets IMPORTANT: IMPROPER GASKET MAINTENANCE, INCLUDING FAILURE TO REPLACE GASKETS, CAN CAUSE AIR LEAKS RESULTING IN SMOKE-BACKS. CHECK GASKETS OFTEN FOR AIRTIGHT SEAL AND REPLACE AS NECESSARY. IT IS MANDATORY TO REPLACE GASKETS ANNUALLY. This unit comes with a 3/4” rope gasket around the door that should be replaced annually. To replace the door gasket (Part # AC-DGKC), the old gasket must first be removed entirely —...

  • Page 21: Control Board

    Control Board The Control Board (Part #PU-CB04) is a digital read-out board. This board offers a wide variety of settings to operate the unit. This part can be removed from the unit by loosening the two outside screws and pulling the board back to the inside of the stove. The rear access panel should be removed prior to removing the control board.

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    Illustration 4 PU-CB04 Control Board Diagram (Wiring) CAUTION: Moving Parts May Cause Injury. Do NOT Operate with Panel(s) Off. DANGER: Parts May Be Hot. Risk of Electric Shock. Disconnect Power Before Servicing Unit. If the unit or chimney connector IMPORTANT SAFETY NOTE: pipe “glows”...

  • Page 23: Hopper Lid Latches

    Adjusting Hopper Lid Latches The seals around the top of the pellet hopper are important to safe and efficient operation of the unit. The latches installed on these units are designed to pull the hopper lid tight against this seal. Over the course of operation as these seals “wear in”...

  • Page 24: Accessory Items

    ACCESSORY ITEMS The following accessories can be added to your unit at anytime after purchase; however, let the unit cool down before adding any accessories. Thermostats WALL: An external wall thermostat (such as our Part # PU-DTSTAT) can be used on our pellet units as long as it is a low-voltage that works with millivolt systems.

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    REPLACEMENT PARTS, ACCESSORIES AND OPTIONS AC-GGK Glass Gasket Kit (gasket only, no glass) AC-DGKC Door Gasket Kit (#2 on diagram) AC-114 Brass Louvers (#26 on diagram) (2001 and later Models; for earlier models call 800-245-6489 for AC-112 louvers) AC-114BN Nickel Louvers (#26 on diagram) AC-G9 9”...

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    Pellet Stove – Exploded View Diagram Illustration 6 Unit Dimensions: 25 1/4”W x 30 1/4”H x 28”D Unit Weight: 375 lbs. (Approx. 13 ½” height from floor to center of exhaust) IMPORTANT! READ AND FOLLOW ALL INSTALLATION AND MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS, INCLUDING CLEANING THE UNIT AS SPECIFIED, AND REPLACING GASKETS ANNUALLY, AND PARTS AS NEEDED.

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    TROUBLE-SHOOTING GUIDE WARNING: TO AVOID ELECTRICAL SHOCK ALWAYS DISCONNECT THE UNIT FROM THE POWER SOURCE BEFORE ATTEMPTING ANY REPAIR. IF THIS GUIDE DOES NOT CORRECT THE PROBLEM CALL YOUR LOCAL DEALER OR OUR TECHNICAL SUPPORT AT 1-800-245-6489. Problem Cause Solution 1.

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    You may write your unit’s Manufacture Date and Serial Number in the blank spaces on this sample tag, for future reference. This sample tag also shows the safety info. such as UL/ULC testing standard, etc. for your local officials, or anyone else who may need reference information.

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    Have this information on hand if you phone the factory or your dealer regarding this product. Retain for your files: Model Number __________________________ Date of Purchase ________________________ Date of Manufacture _____________________ Serial #_____________________ LIMITED 5 YEAR WARRANTY FROM THE DATE OF PURCHASE TO THE ORIGINAL OWNER The manufacturer extends the following warranties: Five Year Period: 1.

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    IMPORTANT! READ AND FOLLOW ALL INSTALLATION AND MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS, INCLUDING CLEANING THE UNIT AS SPECIFIED, AND REPLACING GASKETS ANNUALLY, AND PARTS AS NEEDED. ENGLAND’S STOVE WORKS IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY DAMAGE OR INJURY INCURRED DUE TO NEGLECT, OR DUE TO UNSAFE INSTALLATION OR USAGE OF THIS PRODUCT. CALL TECHNICAL SUPPORT WITH QUESTIONS.

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    WARRANTY REGISTRATION for England’s Stove Works Purchased by (Name) ______________________________________________ Address _________________________________________________________ City ________________________ State __________ Zip _________________ Telephone _______________________________________________________ Email Address ___________________________________________________ DEALER INFORMATION Purchased From (Dealer) ___________________________________________ Address _________________________________________________________ City ________________________ State __________ Zip _________________ UNIT INFORMATION (Please be sure to refer to sticker on back of manual or box to complete this section) Model Number _____________________ Purchase Date _________________ Purchase Price ____________________ Serial Number _____________________ Mfg.

This manual also for:

55-shp22, 55-trp22, 25-pdv, 55-trp22, 55-shp22, Pellet stoves

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