Ember Burner (EB) & H-Burner (HB)

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INSTALLATION AND OPERATION GUIDEFORRGA 2-72ANSI Z21.84HARGROVE GAS LOGSEmber Burner (EB) & H-Burner (HB)For model number and PFS seal refer to attached nameplate.Installation and service must be provided by a qualified installer,service agency or the gas supplier.NOTE:ADEQUATE FIREPLACE VENTILATION IS REQUIRED FOR SAFETYREAD INSTRUCTIONS FULLY BEFORE INSTALLING OR OPERATINGINSTALLER: LEAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS WITH CONSUMER!Hargrove gas logs are made with refractory materials. Each log is hand-finished to assure the most realistic, detailedlog available. The gas log burner system is designed to burn like wood, with a smoky flame. For this reason, the gaslog set must be burned only in a fully vented, non-combustible fireplace with the damper completely open and thechimney free of any obstructions or restrictions. The fireplace must be designed and approved to burn wood.The realistic yellow flame produces carbon monoxide and soot. Under normal conditions, these products are exhaustedup the chimney. If fumes or soot, from the gas burning, are evident in the room when the damper is fully open itindicates that the fireplace draft is defective. Do not operate your gas log set until the fireplace draft is corrected.It is the homeowner’s responsibility to assuretheir fireplace has adequate draftFOR YOUR SAFETYDo not store or use gasoline or otherflammable vapors and liquids in thevicinity of this or any other appliance.RECOMMENDED BURN–IN PERIODHargrove gas logs are made of specialrefractory materials, which withstand hightemperatures.One characteristic of thismaterial is retention of moisture. For thisreason, we recommend burning the logs foronly fifteen minutes during the first burning.After allowing the logs to cool for at least onehour, the set can be burned for any length oftime.FOR YOUR SAFETYWHAT TO DO IF YOU SMELL GAS1. Do not try to light any appliance.2. Do not touch any electrical switch; donot use the phone in your building.3. Immediately call your gas supplierfrom a neighbor’s phone. Follow thegas supplier’s instructions.4. If you cannot reach your gas supplier,call the fire department.WARRANTYHargrove gas logs carry a limited lifetimewarranty against breakage in the originalfireplace. Warranty does not include labor.Burners and grates are warranted for fiveyears. Valves and pilot systems carry a twoyear limited warranty in the original fireplace.Outdoor installations carry a one-year limitedwarranty. See limited warranty information(pg. 13) for complete details.WARNING: If the information in thismanual is not followed exactly, a fire orexplosion may result causing propertydamage, personal injury or loss of life.1

IMPORTANT INFORMATIONWARNING: This appliance assembly contains burner orifices specifically for the input gasand Btu rating. Modifying or failure to use the factory orifice may cause property damage,personal injury or loss of life.1. Do not use a natural gas set with propane or a propane set with natural gas.2. There a many different local codes for gas fire logs. The installation and the provision for combustion andventilation air must conform to local codes and, or in the absence of local codes, with the National Fuel Gas CodeANSI Z223.1 or the CAN/CSA-B149.1 Installation Code.3. Gas log sets must be installed by personnel qualified for installing gas appliances.4. This appliance must be installed only in a solid-fuel burning fireplace with a working flue and constructed of noncombustible materials. Solid fuels are not to be burned in a fireplace where a decorative appliance has beeninstalled.5. A permanent free opening must be provided by either the fireplace chimney or chimney damper to vent flue gases.Any chimney damper must be fixed in a manner, which will maintain the permanent free opening at all times. UseTables II and III to determine the minimum permanent free opening based on chimney height and the appliance Btuinput rating. Refer to the Damper Stop section for additional directions.6. The minimum free opening is based only on two factors; chimney height and Btu input rating. Many other factorsaffect the fireplace drafting. It is the homeowner’s responsibility to assure their fireplace has adequate draft. Iffumes or soot from the gas burning are evident in the room when the damper is fully open, it indicates that thefireplace draft is defective. Do not operate your gas log set until the fireplace draft is corrected. Consult yourfireplace specialist.7. A fireplace screen must be in place when the appliance is operating and, unless other provisions for combustion airare provided, the screen shall have an opening(s) for introduction of combustion air.8. When glass fireplace doors are used, always operate gas log set with the glass doors fully open to allow for propercombustion air and to keep control valves from overheating.9. The minimum inlet supply pressure for the purpose of input adjustment is 3.5 inches (natural gas) 8 inches (propanegas) in water column. The maximum inlet supply pressure is 10.5 inches (natural gas) 13 inches (propane gas) inwater column.10. The appliance and its individual shut-off valve must be disconnected from the gas supply piping system during anypressure testing of that system at test pressures in excess of 1/2 psig (3.5kPa). The appliance must be isolatedfrom the gas supply piping system by closing its individual manual valve during pressure testing equal to or lessthan 1/2 psig (3.5kPa).11. The fireplace chimney or venting system should be examined annually and cleaned as required by a qualifiedagency.12. The appliance area is to be clear and free from combustible materials, gasoline and other flammable vapors andliquids.13. After burning for several hours the logs become fragile and should not be handled. Knocking or rubbing logs cancause concrete to crumble and is not covered under the warranty.14. To clean the logs, use a soft dry paintbrush for periodic dusting of the gas fire logs.15. To clean the burner, shut off the gas supply, remove the burner pan media, and vacuum the burner ports. Aftercleaning, replace burner pan media and light the pilot according to the lighting instructions.2

FIREPLACE SIZESEach gas log set requires a minimum 18-inch front opening height and minimum 14.75-inch depth.To determine the largest set that will fit in a fireplace, the width at the center of the fireplace is thecritical dimension. Table I below indicates the minimum center width for each size set.TABLE ISet Size1518243036MinimumCenter Width17”20”25”31”38”Minimum FrontOpening 18”18”18”18”TABLE IIFACTORY BUILT FIREPLACESFree Opening Area of Chimney Damper for Venting Combustion Products from Decorative Appliancesfor Installation in Solid Fuel Burning FireplacesMINIMUM PERMANENT FREE OPENING, SQUARE INCHES (FLUE DIAMETER, INCHES)CHIMNEYHEIGHT(FEET)1015202530354018” SETNG18” SETLP24” SETNG24” SETLP30” SETNG30” SETLP28.3 (6”)21.2 (6”)18.1 (5”)15.9 (5”)14.5 (5”)13.2 (5”)12.6 (5”)22.1 (6”)17.3 (5”)14.5 (5”)12.6 (5”)11.3 (4”)10.8 (4”)10.2 (4”)35.3 (7”)26.4 (6”)22.1 (6”)18.1 (5”)17.3 (5”)15.9 (5”)15.2 (5”)28.3 (7”)21.2 (6”)18.1 (5”)15.9 (5”)14.5 (5”)13.2 (5”)12.6 (5”)44.2 (8”)32.2 (7”)26.4 (6”)22.9 (6”)20.4 (6”)18.9 (5”)18.1 (5”)44.2 (8”)32.2 (7”)26.4 (6”)22.9 (6”)20.4 (6”)18.9 (5”)18.1 (5”)TABLE IIIMASONRY BUILT FIREPLACESFree Opening Area of Chimney Damper for Venting Combustion Products from Decorative Appliancesfor Installation in Solid Fuel Burning FireplacesMINIMUM PERMANENT FREE OPENING, SQUARE INCHESCHIMNEYHEIGHT(FEET)681015203018” SETNG18” SETLP24” SETNG24” SETLP30” SETNG30” 556.652.448.243.239.835.956.652.448.243.239.835.93

INSTALLATIONNOTE: Hargrove log sets are to be installed by qualified personnel only. Failure to follow theseinstructions may cause a fire or explosion resulting in property damage, personal injury or loss of life.Installer: Please leave these instructions with the homeowner.Owner: Please retain these instructions for future reference.Ember BurnerH BurnerBURNER INSTALLATIONIMPORTANT: Before installing in a solid-fuel burning fireplace, the chimney flue and firebox must be free ofsoot, creosote, ashes and loose paint. Removal of these items should be performed a qualified chimneycleaning company. the gas supply OFF.Turn OFF all electrical power to blower (if applicable) before installing, servicing or removing appliance.The gas supply line should be ½” Inside Diameter (ID) up to 30 feet and ¾” for longer distances.Hargrove gas log sets are packaged in two boxes (burner/grate assembly in one box and the loose logs in another).Remove the burner from its box. The grate and burner media can be placed aside for later installation.Center the burner from side to side and front to back in the firebox. Ideally, the burner will be aligned directly under theflue damper.7. Use the 3/8” aluminum connector to connect gas supply line to the gas inlet on the valve (refer to respective valve forinlet location). When bending aluminum tubing use proper bending procedures to avoid kinking the tube.CPE, LCK, SCK inletSKC inletRME inlet8. Verify that connections are tight, then turn on the gas and check each connection using a soap and water solution.DO NOT USE AN OPEN FLAME FOR LEAK TESTING. Any leaks must be corrected prior to proceeding withinstallation.9. Determine the valve system that is installed on the appliance, then proceed with lighting the pilot (Note: Manual On/Offvalve pg. 7 does not have a pilot). Refer to “LIGHTING INSTRUCTIONS” section pages 7-9. Check the pilot flame andmain burner operation prior to proceeding with the burner media and log installation (see Fig. 3 and Fig 4).10. Pilot flame height is preset at the factory and will not normally require adjustment. If field adjustment is required, locatethe pilot adjustment screw and turn clockwise for decreased pilot flame or counter-clockwise for increased pilot flame(see LIGHTING INSTRUCTIONS section for pilot adjustment screw location). The upper 1/3 of thethermocouple/thermopile should be engulfed in the pilot flame.ThermocoupleThermopileFig. 4RME PilotFig. 3CPE, LCK, SCK & SKCPilot4

MILLIVOLT VALVE WIRING SCHEMATICLEADS TO SWITCHING DEVICESWall Switch, Bark Chip Switch,Pine Cone Switch, Remote ControlLEADS TOTHERMOPILEBURNER MEDIA (Natural Gas Units)1. Locate sand and rock wool. Open the bag of sand, then evenly fill the entire burner pan area.2. Open the bag of rock wool, then spread it evenly over the sand until it is completely covered. NOTE: Tearing the rockwool into smaller pieces and keeping it loosely packed will provide a better ember bed appearance.SAND for NGONLYEMBERSBURNER MEDIA (Propane Units)1. Locate rock wool and vermiculite (VM). (NOTE: Sand is used on natural gas units only. If Sand is present in the burnerassembly box, the appliance will need to be converted for LP use. DO NOT USE SAND ON A PROPANEINSTALLATION). Open bag of VM and fill the burner pan even with the sides. Use the whole bag.2. Open the bag of rock wool, then spread it evenly throughout the entire burner pan area. NOTE: Tearing the rock woolinto smaller pieces and keeping it loosely packed will provide a better ember bed appearance.VM for LPONLYEMBERSGRATE POSITIONINGThe front legs of the grate will rest in front of the burner pipe, onthe outside of the burner pan. The grate can be adjusted forwardor backward for desired flame presentation.DAMPER STOP INSTALLATIONAttach the damper stop clamp to the fireplace damper blade. Position the clamp to prevent full closure of the fireplacedamper blade (see Fig. 3).If the damper stop provided does not fit, the installer shall install a permanent damper stop that will keep the damper open to aminimum of opening as determined in Table II or III.CAUTIONTHE DAMPER MUST BE FULLY OPENWHEN OPERATING THE GAS LOGS!Fig. 55

IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS1. To avoid personal injury, do not touch hot surfaces when the appliance is operating.Surfaces include: grate, burner, logs and opening of the fireplace.2. Do not burn real wood or other materials including paper or food products with the log set.3. Closely supervise children when the appliance is being operated.CLEANING and INSPECTION1. Annual inspection and cleaning should be performed by dealer or qualified personnel.2. Allow logs to cool completely before cleaning.3. Logs may be cleaned by lightly brushing with a soft bristle brush.4. Verify flame pattern and log placement for proper operation after cleaning.Installing the Certification LabelApplying the LabelFig. 11. Locate the metal Certification Label in the partspack. (This label shows the model # and serial# along with other pertinent information)2. Peel the backing off of the label and apply it tothe back wall of the Burner Pan as shown inFigure 1.Certification LabelBack Wall of the Burner PanThis spaceintentionallyleft blank6

COMMON PARTS LIST for 18” to 42” SetsNatural Gas and Liquid Propane PartsDescription1. Pedestal Grate2. Ember Burner (on EB sets)3. H-Burner (on HB sets)4. Silica Sand (NG)5. Rockwool6. Aluminum Connector (on EB sets)7. Damper Stop (optional)8. Volcanic Cinders9. Brass End Cap10. Brass Elbow11. Brass Orifice12. Standard Orifice13. Vermiculite (LP)14. Air Mixer (LP)15. Air Mixer Nut (LP)16. No Whistle Flex Connector (on HB sets)18” Sets21”-24” SetsPG-16EB-14HB-14(1) SD-10RWAC-18DSVCPPH-649-6-6Z2PPH-246-6-8VMAM 3/8 x 3/8AM-N 3/8FCNW-18PG-20EB-18HB-18(1) SD-10RWAC-18DSVCPPH-649-6-6Z2PPH-246-6-8VMAM 3/8 x 3/8AM-N 3/8FCNW-182.30” Sets36” Sets42” SetsPG-25EB-22HB-22(1) SD-10RWAC-18DSVCPPH-649-6-6Z2PPH-246-6-8VMAM 3/8 x 3/8AM-N 3/8FCNW-18PG-30EB-26HB-26(2) SD-10(2) RWAC-18DS(2) VCPPH-649-6-6Z2PPH-246-6-8(2) VMAM 3/8 x 3/8AM-N 3/8FCNW-18PG-36EB-31N/A(2) SD-10(2) RWAC-18DS(2) VCPPH-649-6-6Z2PPH-246-6-8(2) VMAM 3/8 x 3/8AM-N 3/8FCNW-1810. Valve(See Common Parts List for parts identification)Attaches toGas LineAll parts pictured above are included in all accessory kits.7

CPC Valve6.PARTS LIST5. 6SC-1N-6X1.5(2) #8 x ½” ScrewConcentric Safety Gas ValveKnob Extension Stem (Not Pictured)Safety Gas Valve Heat ShieldThermocouple & Pilot Burner AssemblyBrass Flare NutBrass 3/8”MIP X 3/8”FLBrass Elbow 3/8”FIP X 3/8”FL compressionStainless Tubing3/8” NippleMount Pilot Assembly (Not Shown)Part #Description4.Heat Shield InstallationLatch Tap (LCK) and Servo Tap(SCK) UpgradesSWITCHING DEVICE FOR MATCHING KIT(Only for CPC Valve)Latchtap BlockServo BlockPARTS LISTBrass Flare NutStainless TubingBrass 3/8”FIP X 3/8” CompressionA.3/8 X 1.5 PipeLatch-Tap Heat Shield1. CLC-BLOCK or2. CSC-BLOCK3. 41S-64. SC-15. 68-66. N-6X1.57. LTHSServo Tap (REMOTE CONTROL KIT)A. RC-S6V-STRemote Control1. (4) AA BatteriesNot Pictured2. A23 BatteryNot PicturedServo Tap (WIRELESS WALL SWITCH KIT)B. WS-S6V-LTSTWireless Wall Switch1. (4) AA BatteriesNot Pictured2. CR2032Not Pictured7.Latch Tap (WALL SWITCH KIT)C. WG-WSWALL SWITCH1. (4) AA BatteriesNot Pictured4.5.Latch Tap (BARK CHIP KIT)D. BPBCSBark Chip Switch1. 9v BATTERYNot PicturedB.3.Latch Tap (REMOTE CONTROL KIT)E. RC-S6V-LTRemote Control1. (4) AA BatteriesNot Pictured2. A23 BatteryNot Pictured1.6.Latch Tap and Servo Tap (WIRELESS WALLSWITCH KIT)B. WS-S6V-LTSTWireless Wall Switch1. (4) AA BatteriesNot Pictured2. CR2032Not PicturedC.2.D.8E.

RME ValvePARTS LISTPart #Description1. RSMVNG-C2. RS-HS-2253. RSTPG-184. (2) #8 X ½” Screw5. (1) 49-6-86. 69-6-87. WS8. Wall Switch WireRobertshaw Millivolt Safety Gas ValveMillivolt Valve Heat Shield w/Fiberglass MatThermopile & Pilot Burner Assembly KitPilot Screws½” X 3/8” 90 degree elbow½ x 3/8FL Tank FittingWall Switch20’ of 18-Gauge Wire8. ValvePart #PARTS LISTDescription1. SKC-C2. SKC-K3. HSCPCCL4. RSTPB-185. 48-66. N-6X1.57. 41S-68. SC-19. 70-610. RC-S6V-ST11. (2) #8X1/2” SCREWS12. LTHSManual Safety Gas ValveControl Knob Stem ExtensionGas Valve Heat ShieldPilot Burner AssemblyBrass Union 3/8” MIPx3/8”FL3/8” x 3/8” Pipe NippleBrass 3/8”MIP x 3/8”FL1” Stainless TubingElbow 3/8”FIP x 3/8”FL Comp.Skytech Remote and ReceiverPilot ScrewsServo Heatshield7.OutletHeat Shield Installation5.Inlet8.

CPC Cool MountPARTS LIST8. 5Safety Pilot Gas ValveInlet for gas supplyOutlet to burner3/8” street elbow3/8” nipple 1.5” long16.17.18.19.Part ocouple & Pilot Burner Assembly18” non-whistling flex connectorSafety pilot control knobCool mount bracket with superwoolLatch Tap and Servo Tap Cool MountPARTS LIST2. #DescriptionPart #1. CPC-C2. SPC-K3. 49-6-64. CLC-BlockSafety Pilot Gas ValveSafety Pilot Control Knob3/8” mpt x 3/8” flareLatch tap block(optional)Servo tap block(optional) not shown5. N-6x1.53/8” nipple 1.5” long6. 48-63/8” brass gas supply inlet7. CPC-VB-Remote Cool mount bracket with superwool8. RSTPB-18Thermocouple & Pilot Burner Assembly9. FCNW-1818” non-whistling flex connector10Description

FOR YOUR SAFETY READ BEFORE LIGHTINGWARNING: If you do not follow these instructions exactly, a fire or explosion may resultcausing property damage, personal injury or loss of life.A. This appliance has a pilot, which must belit by hand. When lighting the pilot,follow these instructions exactly.B. BEFORE LIGHTING smell all around theappliance area for gas. Be sure to smellnext to the floor because some gas isheavier than air and will settle on thefloor.C. Use only your hand to push in orturn the gas control knob. Neveruse tools. If the knob will notpush in or turn by hand, do not tryto repair it.Call a qualifiedservice technician.D. Do not use this appliance if anypart has been under water.Immediately call a qualifiedservice technician to inspect theappliance and to replace any partof the control system and any gascontrol,whichhasbeenunderwater.WHAT TO DO IF YOU SMELL GAS:1. Do not try to light any appliance.2. Do not touch any electric switch; do notuse any phone in your building.3. Immediately call your gas supplier from aneighbor’s phone.Follow the gassupplier’s instructions.4. If you cannot reach your gas supplier,call the fire department.LIGHTING INSTRUCTIONS for SAFETY PILOT VALVE1. STOP! Read the safety information above onthis label.2. Push in gas control knob slightly and turnclockwise to “OFF”.4. Find pilot – follow metal tube from the gas controlbehind the burner pan.Pilot BurnerThermocoupleGAS OUTLETCONTROLKNOBPilot AdjustmentScrewGAS INLET5. Turn knob on gas control counter-clockwise to“PILOT”.6. Push in control knob all the way and hold in.Immediately light the pilot with a match.Continue to hold the control knob in for about oneminute after the pilot is lit. Release knob and itwill pop back up. Pilot should remain lit. If itgoes out, repeat steps 3 – 7.* If knob does not pop up when released, stop andimmediately call your service technician or gassupplier.* If the pilot will not stay lit after several tries, turnthe gas control knob to “OFF” and call yourservice technician or gas supplier.7. Turn gas control knob counterclockwise to “0N”.Pilot GasSupplyNOTE: Knob cannot be turned from “PILOT” to“OFF” unless knob is pushed in slightly. Do notforce.3. Wait five (5) minutes to clear out any gas. If youthen smell gas, STOP! Follow “B” in the safetyinformation above. If you don’t smell gas, go tonext step.TO TURN OFF GAS TO APPLIANCE1. Turn knob clockwise from “ON” position to the “PILOT” position. Push in the gas control knob slightly andturn clockwise to “OFF”.Do not force knob.11

FOR YOUR SAFETY READ BEFORE LIGHTINGWARNING: If you do not follow these instructions exactly, a fire or explosion may resultcausing property damage, personal injury or loss of life.A. This appliance has a pilo

Ember Burner (EB) & H-Burner (HB) For model number and PFS seal refer to attached nameplate. Hargrove gas logs are made with refractory materials. Each log is hand-finished to assure the most realistic, detailed log available. The gas log burner system is designed to bur

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