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Lennox Hearth Winslow PI40 Installation And Operation Manual

Lennox hearth pellet-fired fireplace installation & operation manual.
Also See for Winslow PI40:
Quick start manual - 4 pages
Pellet-Fired
Fireplace Insert
Save These Instructions
For Future Reference
P/N 775,229M, Rev. C, 11/2008
Portland
US
Report No. 050-S-14b-2
INSTALLATION AND OPERATION MANUAL
A French manual is available upon request. Order P/N 775,229CF.
Ce manuel d'installation est disponible en francais, simplement en faire la demande. Numéro de la pièce
775,229CF.
These appliances must be properly installed and operated in order to prevent the possibility
of a house fire. Please read this entire manual before installation and use of this pellet
fuel-burning room heater. Failure to follow these instructions could result in property
damage, bodily injury or even death. Contact your local building or fire officials
Hot! Do not touch! The glass and surfaces of this appliance will be
hot during operation and will retain heat for a while after shutting off
the appliance. Severe burns may result.
Carefully supervise children in the same room as appliance.
Lennox™ pellet-burning appliances are designed for use as a supple-
mental heater. They are not intended for continuous use as a primary
heat source.
to obtain a permit and information on any installation requirements and
inspection requirements in your area.
WARNINGS
Pellet Insert
Model Winslow™ (PI40)

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    Pellet-Fired Fireplace Insert Save These Instructions For Future Reference P/N 775,229M, Rev. C, 11/2008 A French manual is available upon request. Order P/N 775,229CF. Portland Report No. 050-S-14b-2 INSTALLATION AND OPERATION MANUAL Ce manuel d’installation est disponible en francais, simplement en faire la demande. Numéro de la pièce 775,229CF.

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    Failure to comply with this restriction will void all warranties and the safety listing of the fireplace insert. Consult with your Lennox Hearth Products dealer for more information on approved pellet fuels. 11. These appliances are designed as supplemental heaters.

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    It is our goal at Lennox Hearth Products to provide you, our valued customer, with an appliance that will ensure you years of trouble free warmth and pleasure.

  • Page 4: Planning Your Installation, Selecting A Location

    Outside air connected to the appliance probably will not resolve such a problem as the stove is not the source of negative pressure. Lennox Hearth Products accepts no liability for damages resulting from negative pressures described here.

  • Page 5: Features And Specifications

    • US EPA List of Approved Wood Heating Appliances • Colorado Approved Pellet Stoves Appearance Options The Winslow PI40 insert can be ordered with the following door trims, grills, surround (flange) assemblies, log set and brick panel options : Door Trim Kits...

  • Page 6: Insert Dimensions, Minimum Fireplace Size

    INSERT DIMENSIONS Front View 6-1/4” (667mm) 3-3/8” (594mm) (660mm) Figure 1 Side View 15-1/4” (387mm) 19” (483mm) 9-3/4” (756mm) Figure 2 MINIMUM FIREPLACE SIZE Figures 3 and 5 shows the minimum sized fireplace required for the Winslow™ PI40 insert when any of the four non-extended surround sizes are used.

  • Page 7: Clearances To Combustibles, Hearth Protection

    CLEARANCES TO COMBUSTIBLES IMPORTANT • Minimum clearances specified may not allow for ease of operation and maintenance (please take this in to account when planning the instal- lation). • Recommended clearance zone from the front of the appliance to combustibles is 4 feet mini- mum. • Clearances to combustibles for the appliance can only be reduced by means approved by the regulatory authority. INSTALL VENT AT CLEARANCES SPECIFIED BY THE VENT MANUFACTURER.

  • Page 8: Installation, Control Board Installation, Venting, Vent Termination Requirements

    INSTALLATION Control Board Installation The Winslow PI40 insert is shipped with the control board wrapped and placed behind the firebox. To install the control board, unwrap it and the right side surround panel found in the surround kit. There are four prongs protruding from the surround.

  • Page 9: Vent Termination Locations

    Vent Termination Locations Air Supply Inlet Vent Terminal Area Where Terminal Is Not Permitted (From Eave) 24” (610mm) Clearance above grade, veranda, porch, deck, or balcony (min. 12”/30cm) Clearance to window or door that may be opened (min. 12”/30cm above - 48”/1.2m below and to the side) Clearance to permanently closed window *(min.

  • Page 10: Insert Leveling

    The recommended pipe installation is running the pellet pipe from the insert all the way to the top of the chimney. However, the pipe may terminate inside the chimney above the damper if the chimney is sealed below the pellet pipe termination with a block off panel (see Figure 10).

  • Page 11: Mobile Home Installations

    Mobile Home Installations The following steps are required for installation of the Winslow™ PI40 insert in mobile homes. See Figure 12. 1. Connecting the Winslow PI40 insert to outside combustion 18" 2. The insert must be fastened to the hearth/floor using lag 2-15/16"...

  • Page 12: Outside Air Installations, Thermostat Installation, Door Trim Installation Instructions

    Outside Air Installations Connecting the Winslow PI40 insert to outside combustion air is optional, except in mobile home installations and when required by local building codes. The fireplace insert’s air intake will accept 2” ID pipe to accommodate outside air installations. The air intake on the exterior of the home should always be located substantially below the flue termination and terminate with a cover to keep out weather and pests.

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    Trim Pieces Trim Nuts #10 washers Figure 15 Holes for trim studs Door Handle Figure 16 Trim stud Figure 17 Top of Trim Figure 18 4. Place one washer on each stud. Using a 3/8” nut driver, snug up the nuts on each piece of trim. Do not finish tightening the nuts yet. See Figure 19.

  • Page 14: Door Grill Installation Instructions

    Door Grill Installation Instructions Parts Needed (4) Button Head Screws (already in place in insert) Tools Required: 1/8” allen wrench To install the Grill: 1. Remove the four button head screws from body of the insert with a 1/8” allen wrench. See Figure 21. Remove Button Head Screws Figure 21 2.

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    Brick Panel Installation Option: Part #79030 Kit Contents Brick Panel (A) 4 Tap Tights (B) Tools Required Drill (90° drill recommended) #18 drill bit 5/32 allen wrench Figure 25 Note: The brick panel comes pre-painted with Metallic Black paint. The brick panel may be painted with any color of high-temp paint (paint may discolor with use). 1. Remove the front door of the pellet insert. To remove the front door, open the two side panels, swing open the front door, and lift it up and off of its hinges.

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    5. Screw in the four tap tights, included with this kit, using a 5/32 allen wrench. Figure 29 6. Replace the burn pot and check that it is firmly in place (if you can rotate the burn pot it is not installed correctly). If present, install the optional log set according to the log set installation instructions (included with your log set).

  • Page 17: Log Set Installation Instructions, Installation

    Log Set Installation Instructions Kit Contents (refer to Figure 30) Cat. No. #H514 (1) left log (B) (1) right log (C) (1) front log (D) (2) log support brackets (E) Figure 30 Tools Required None CAUTION: The logs can be damaged if they are not handled with care! To Install the log set: 1.

  • Page 18: Control Board, Filling The Hopper, Lighting, Manual Operation, Thermostat Operation

    OPERATION Control Board The control board regulates all functions of the insert. The following is a list of the board’s components: • Feeding light - lights up when the auger is feeding pellets into the burn pot. • Ready Light - lights up when insert is ready to operate. Igniting Light - lights up when the insert is in the ignition sequence.

  • Page 19: Shut Down, Paint Curing, Convection Blower Operation, Operating Sounds, Pellet Fuel, Corn Fuel, Cautions

    Corn Fuel Shelled corn can be burned in the Winslow PI40 insert when it is mixed with wood pellet fuel (see Fuel Specifications on Page 5). The mixture can contain a maximum of 50 percent corn. Burning corn may create more ash than wood pellets and may necessitate the need to clean the burn pot and glass more frequently.

  • Page 20: Cleaning And Maintenance, Burn Pot Cleaning, Cleaning Glass

    CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE IMPORTANT CAUTIONS: • UNPLUG POWER CORD AND ENSURE APPLIANCE IS COLD BEFORE PERFORMING ANY MAINTENANCE WORK. • Some brands of pellets produce more ash and clinkers than others. Therefore the frequency of performing the following cleaning procedures depends to a great degree on the quality of the pellets burned.

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    Flue Passageways Cleaning Procedure 1. Open both the right and left side door to locate side flue passageways (see Figure 36A). 2. There is one upper and one lower, 1” x 2”, flue passageways on both the left and right sides (see Figures 36A, 36B and 36C). 3.

  • Page 22: Adjustable Hopper

    Figure 37 Figure 38 Removing the Ash from the Firebox CAUTION: Do not remove the ash when the insert or ash is hot. To remove the ash, swing open the left and right side doors and open the front door. Vacuum or scoop out the ash on the bottom and side of the firebox.

  • Page 23: Front Door Opening And Removal, Side Door Removal

    Hopper Lid Figure 40 Front Door Opening and Removal CAUTION: Do not open the front door when the insert is hot. To remove the door, swing the left and right side doors A open. Pull the front door handle B to the front and swing the front door open. Lift the front door up and off the hinges as shown in Figure 41 (see C).

  • Page 24: Igniter, Vacuum Switch, Auger And Auger Motor, Over Temperature Snap Switch

    Vacuum Switch The Winslow PI40 insert has a vacuum switch located behind the left door, fastened to the base (see A in Figure 44). If there is a leak in the firebox created by the front door being ajar or a blocked flue, the vacuum switch will sense it and cause the insert to go into a shutdown mode.

  • Page 25: Draft Adjuster, Wiring Diagram

    Draft Adjuster The Winslow™ PI40 insert has a draft adjuster located at the right side of the insert directly in front of the combustion blower. Should the insert installation require long runs of vent pipe, a situation may be created where excessive combustion air is flowing through the firebox and caus- ing the fuel to burn faster than it can be delivered to the burn pot.

  • Page 26: Diagnostic Codes, Troubleshooting

    DIAGNOSTIC CODES If the insert operates abnormally, the ready light on the control board will signal the nature of the abnormal operation. The following is a list of pos- sible signals or codes: Ready light is constant red Ready light flashes red 1 short and 1 long blink Ready light flashes red  short blinks Ready light flashes red  long blinks Troubleshooting...

  • Page 27: Replacement Parts

    Flue gas passageways restricted Auger motor not operating REPLACEMENT PARTS Contact an Authorized Lennox Hearth Products dealer to obtain any of these parts. Never use substitute materials. Use of non- approved parts can result in poor performance and safety hazards. Winslow™ PI40 insert Cat.

  • Page 28: Accessories

    ACCESSORIES Surround Panel Kits (required - sold separately) Cat. No. Model Description 79004 PI40-FPK941 9” Ht. x 41” Wd. Black Trim 79005 PI40-FPK948 9” Ht. x 48” Wd. Black Trim 79006 PI40-FPK3341 33” Ht. x 41” Wd. Black Trim 79007 PI40-FPK3348 33”...

  • Page 29: Heat Kit Instructions

    Winslow PI40 insert over the micro board so the 2 front leveling legs line up with the two cut-outs in the front of the micro board see Figure 51. Your Winslow PI40 insert heat kit is now installed. Figure 47 Figure 48...

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    Pellet Insert ZC Kit Assembly Kit Contents (refer to Figure 52) 1 ea. Back panel (A) 1 ea. Left side panel (B) 1 ea. Right side panel (C) 1 ea. Top panel (D) 1 ea. Access panel (E) 1 ea. Flue block off plate (F) 6 ea.

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    2. Assembling the perimeter - Figure 55: Using the sheet metal screws provided, attach the left side panel B and the right side panel C to the back panel A. There are 3 holes at each corner to connect the panels, at this point only install the lower two screws at each corner.

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    5. Now remove the 3 screws located across the top of the pellet hopper. (See Figure 59). At this time set the assembled ZC box near the back of the insert and take the power cord located in the lower rear of the insert and pull it through the rubber grommet located at the bottom of the back panel A.

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    ZC Framing Dimensions for Combustible /Floor 4” 3-1/2” 4”(10mm) 3-1/”(89mm) 4” 3-1/2” Side View 9-1/8” 39” 16-1/8” 16-1/8” (410mm) Figure 63 Top View Exhaust 39” 9-1/8” 9-1/8” Front (3mm) 39” 39” (991mm) Front View Exhaust Intake Power Cord 19-1/” 19-1/2” (495mm) 25-1/2”...

  • Page 34: Zc Framing Dimensions For Non Combustible Hearth /floor

    ZC Framing Dimensions for Non-Combustible Hearth /Floor 3” 2-1/2” 3”(76mm) -1/”(64mm) Side View 3” 2-1/2” 9-1/8” 39” 16-1/8” 16-1/8” (410mm) Figure 64 Top View Exhaust 39” 9-1/8” Front 9-1/8” (3mm) 39” 39” (991mm) Front View Exhaust Intake A/C Power Cord 19-1/” 19-1/2”...

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    NOTES...

  • Page 36: Product Reference Information

    Your Dealer's Name _________________________________________________ Your Dealer's Phone Number __________________________________________ Lennox Hearth Products reserves the right to make changes at any time, without notice, in design, materials, specifications, prices and also to discontinue colors, styles and products. Consult your local distributor for fireplace code information.

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