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Lennox Hearth Products CANYON ST310 Installation And Operation Manual

Lennox hearth stove user manual.
INSTALLATION AND OPERATION MANUAL
Free-Standing
EPA Certified
Wood-Burning Stoves
Retain These Instructions
For Future Reference
P/N 775,217M, Rev. B, 09/2007
A French manual is available upon request. Order P/N 775,217CF.
Report # 050-S-09b-2
Ce manuel d'installation est disponible en francais, simplement en faire la demande. Numéro de la
pièce 775,217CF.
These appliances must be properly installed and operated in order to prevent the
possibility of a house fire. Please read this entire installation and operation
manual before installing and using your wood stove. Failure to follow
these instructions could result in property damage, bodily injury or
US
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.
Model Canyon™ ST310
even death. Contact your local building or fire officials to obtain
a permit and information on any installation requirements
and inspection requirements in your area.
WARNINGS
Wood Stoves

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    These appliances must be properly installed and operated in order to prevent the possibility of a house fire. Please read this entire installation and operation manual before installing and using your wood stove. Failure to follow these instructions could result in property damage, bodily injury or even death.

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    5. Do not 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 flammable liquids and combustible materials 36” from any point of the stove when it is in use.

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    ...2 esTing nformaTion ...2 eneral afeTy recauTions egaTive ressure arning ...4 reosoTe ...4 rafTing ...5 isPosal ...5 ...5 reak erioD ...5 ainT uring ...6 learances To omBusTiBles ...7 nsTallaTion ...7 oBile nsTallaTions nsTallaTion anD eaTshielD ...8 uTsiDe nsTallaTion ...9 Tove nsTallaTion ...

  • Page 4: C Reosote, D Rafting

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

  • Page 5: Break-in Period.

    This moisture will reduce initial heat output of your stove and may make it difficult to start. After you have broken in the paint on the stove it will be necessary to build hot fires to thoroughly remove the moisture from the appliance. Run-...

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    The covering must extend 457 mm in front of the door opening of the heater and 200mm to either side of the stove body and 200 mm to the rear or to the wall, whichever is smaller. In all installations a 457mm minimum hearth extension (in front of the stove) is required as measured from the door opening of the unit.

  • Page 7: Nstallation

    Diagram A: Top View-Parallel Installation †E †E Floor Protection Floor Protection Diagram C: Top View- Corner Clearance, Stove & Flue to Wall Combustible Wall a, B & c iagrams Alcove, Residential, or Mobile Home ” or 8” Double Wall Air Cooled...

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    Note: The threaded rods used to bolt the legs to the stove are packaged with the heatshield, as a heatshield is required when a stove is installed on legs. Residential and Mobile Homes (Bolting down and grounding of stove are required only in mobile homes).

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    When cut out, this hole will accommodate the flexible outside air tube. 4. If the stove is to be fastened to the floor, locate the hold down brackets inside the leg box and mark the floor protection below the holes in the brackets.

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    9. If the stove is to be fastened to the floor, attach the stove with the supplied lag bolts, through the pedestal base on opposite sides, attaching them into the floor beneath the floor protection.

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    4. Included with the stove are two 13”x 17-1/2”x 1” thick ceramic fiber blankets. Install a ceramic fiber blanket on top of each set of three bricks, making sure the blankets are pushed fully to the rear.

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    These brick sizes may be slightly smaller to adjust for steel and firebrick measure & mark bricks with their numbers when removing. WARNING: IF THE BRICKS ARE NOT INSTALLED ExACTLY AS SHOWN BELOW, THEY COULD FALL OUT OF PLACE DURING REFUELING OR BURNING OF THE STOVECAUSING SERIOUS INJURY. * These bricks go up against the stoves back wall Baffle Brick Layout Stainless Steel Tube Support...

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    PTional loWer nsTallaTion A blower, part # 71000, can be installed on the stove to improve hot air distribution throughout the room. To install the blower: 1. Remove all the contents from the blower box. In- cluded with the blower should be a blower speed control.

  • Page 14: Fire.

    Adjust and recheck in 5 to 10 minutes. your blower can be switched on. When refueling your stove, turn the blower off for the first 30 min- utes. On low and medium-low burns run the blower on low. These burn rates would be achieved by operating the stove with the draft rod fully pushed in to up to 3/4”...

  • Page 15: Ints

    The air wash system will perform at its best at medium burn rates. Some stove models will self clean by burning very hot fires but be sure not to over-fire the stove. If it glows red it is over-fired. Over-firing a stove also causes the window to soot up.

  • Page 16: E Fficiency

    To get the most out of your stove, you will need to combine good combustion efficiency with good heat transfer practices. The following are some tips on how to operate your stove to achieve the highest overall efficiency.

  • Page 17: M Aintenance

    This indicates the stove is too hot to load for a long burn. Also, do not load wood for a long burn on a deep bed of hot coals. Try stirring the coals a few minutes before loading the stove for a low burn to allow some of the unburned coals time to burn.

  • Page 18: T Roubleshooting

    OUTPUT: 2) Your stove needs to be seasoned (moisture removed from the steel and brick). Continue to burn a fire. It normally takes from one to three weeks of burning to season your stove (See Break-in Procedures on page 5).

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    DO NOT: Close the door tightly during break-in period. Be sure to clean any fingerprints from the Gold or Nickel faceplate before burning the stove. Clean the Gold or Nickel door only with Windex and a very soft cloth. Consult local building department if other than recommended clearances are desired.

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    Consult your local distributor for fireplace code information. Printed in U.S.A. © 2007 by Lennox Hearth Products P/N 77,17M REV. B 09/007 NOTE: DIAGRAMS & ILLUSTRATIONS ARE NOT TO SCALE.

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