Direct Vent Freestanding Stove Natural Gas or Propane Vent Horizontally or Vertically Standard Residential Mobile Home ApprovedTested and Listed byFeaturing theWARNING:BurnerOmni-Test Laboratories, Inc.Beaverton, OregonReport # 028 – S – 43 - 5ANSIZ21.88If the information in this manual is not followed exactly, a fire or explosion may resultcausing property damage, personal injury or loss of life.- Do not store or use gasoline or other flammable vapors and liquids in the vicinity of this or any other appliance.- WHAT TO DO IF YOU SMELL GAS Do not try to light any appliance. Do not touch any electrical switch; do not use any phone in your building. Immediately call gas supplier from a neighbor’s phone. Follow the gas supplier’s instructions. If you cannot reach your gas supplier, call the fire department.- Installation and service must be performed by a qualified installer, service agency or the gas supplier.Allegiance Owner's ManualInstaller:After installation give this manual to the home-owner andexplain operation of this heater.4800 Harbour Pointe Blvd. SW Copyright 2005, T.I. 10.00935081234041220Mukilteo, WA 98275
Introduction1IntroductionWe welcome you as a new owner of an Allegiance Stove. In purchasing this heater you have joinedthe growing ranks of concerned individuals whose selection of an energy system reflects both aconcern for the environment and aesthetics. The Allegiance is one of the finest home heaters theworld over. This manual will explain the installation, operation, and maintenance of this gas-burningheater. Please familiarize yourself with the Owner’s Manual before operating your heater and save themanual for future reference. Included are helpful hints and suggestions which will make theinstallation and operation of your new heater an easier and more enjoyable experience. We offer ourcontinual support and guidance to help you achieve the maximum benefit and enjoyment from yourheater.Important InformationNo other Allegiance has the same serial number asyours. It can be found on the back of the heater.This serial number will be needed in case you requireservice of any type.Model:To receive full warranty coverage,you will need to show evidence ofthe date you purchased yourheater. Do not mail your Bill ofSale to us.Allegiance EFSerial Number:Purchase Date:We suggest that you attach yourBill of Sale to this page so that youwill have all the information youneed in one place should the needfor service or information occur.Purchased From:Travis IndustriesMail your Warranty CardToday, and Save Your Bill ofSale.404122093508123
Safety Precautions2 IF YOU SMELL GAS:*Do not light any appliance*Extinguish any open flame*Do not touch any electrical switch or plug or unplug anything*Open windows and vacate building*Call gas supplier from neighbor’s house, if not reached, call fire department This unit must be installed by a qualified installer to prevent the possibility of anexplosion. Your dealer will know the requirements in your area and can inform you ofthose people considered qualified. The room heater should be inspected before useand at least annually by a qualified service person. More frequent cleaning may berequired due to excessive lint from carpeting, bedding material, etc. The instructions in this manual must be strictly adhered to. Do not use makeshiftmethods or compromise in the installation. Improper installation will void the warrantyand safety listing.Look for this label: For LPG only Pout 11” W.C.If the label is present, theheater is equipped for LP(propane). If the label isabsent, the heater is equippedfor NG (natural gas).This heater is either approved for naturalgas (NG) or propane (LP). Burning theincorrect fuel will void the warranty andsafety listing and may cause an extremesafety hazard. Check the label abovethe gas control valve to make sure itmatches the fuel being used. Directquestions about the type of fuel used toyour dealer. Contact your local buildingofficials to obtain a permitand information on anyinstallation restrictions orinspection requirements inyour area. Notify yourinsurance company of thisheater as well. If the flame becomes sooty,dark orange in color, orextremely tall, do notoperate the heater. Callyour dealer and arrange forproper servicing. It is imperative that controlcompartments, screens, orcirculating air passagewaysof the heater be kept cleanand free of obstructions.These areas provide the airnecessary for safeoperation. Do not operate the heater ifit is not operating properly inany fashion or if you areuncertain. Call your dealerfor a full explanation of yourheater and what to expect. Do not operate if any portionof the heater wassubmerged in water or if anycorrosion occurs.Ok GasTravis Industries?Do not store or use gasolineor other flammable liquids inthe vicinity of this heater.AAAAAAAAAAAAAA404122093508123
Safety Precautions The door (glass) should onlybe opened while lighting thepilot or conducting service.Damaged glass must bereplaced. Any safety screen or guardremoved for servicing mustbe replaced prior tooperating the heater.Operate the heateraccording to the instructionsincluded in this manual. AAAAAAAAAAAAADo not place clothing orother flammable items on ornear the heater. Becausethis heater can be controlledby a thermostat there is apossibility of the heaterturning on and igniting anyitems placed on or near it.3 Light the heater using thebuilt-in piezo igniter. Do notuse matches or any otherexternal device to light yourheater. Never remove, replace,modify or substitute any partof the heater unlessinstructions are given in thismanual. All other work mustbe done by a trainedtechnician. Don’t modify orreplace orifices. Allow the heater to coolbefore carrying out anymaintenance or cleaning. The pilot flame must contactthe thermopile andthermocouple (see theillustration to the left). If itdoes not, turn the gascontrol valve to “OFF” andcall your dealer. Do not throw this manualaway. This manual hasimportant operating andmaintenance instructionsthat you will need at a latertime. Always follow theinstructions in this manual. If the main burners do notstart correctly turn the gasoff at the gas control valveand call your dealer forservice. This unit is not for use withsolid fuel Do not place anything insidethe firebox (except theincluded fiber logs). If the fiber logs becomedamaged, replace withTravis Industries log set. Do not touch the hotsurfaces of the heater.Educate all children of thedanger of a hightemperature heater. Youngchildren should besupervised when they are inthe same room as theheater. Plug the heater into a 120Vgrounded electrical outlet.Do not remove thegrounding plug. Don’t route the electricalcord in front of, over, orunder the heaterInstruct everyone in thehouse how to shut gas off tothe appliance and at the gasmain shutoff valve. The gasmain shutoff valve is usuallynext to the gas meter orpropane tank and requires awrench to shut off. Travis Industries, Inc.grants no warranty,implied or stated, forthe installation ormaintenance of yourheater, and assumesno responsibility of anyconsequentialdamage(s). Travis Industries4041220ThisManual93508123
Table of Contents4IntroductionOperationIntroduction .1Safety Notice .21Important Information .1Location of Controls .21Safety PrecautionsStarting the Pilot Flame .22Starting the Heater for the First Time .23Safety Precautions .2Turning the Heater On and Off .23SpecificationsAdjusting the Flame Height.23Installation Options .5Adjusting the Blower Speed.24Features .5Normal Operating Sounds .24Heating Specifications .5Normal Operating Odors .24Dimensions.5MaintenanceElectrical Specifications (for optional blower).5Cleaning Your Heater .25Fuel.5Yearly Service Procedure .25InstallationTroubleshooting Steps .26Installation Warnings .6How this Heater Works .27Packing List.6Wiring Diagram .28Installation Preparation .6Safety LabelStove Clearances .6Safety Label .29Mobile Home Requirements .6WarrantyHeater Placement Requirements .7Warranty .30Floor Protection Requirements.7Optional EquipmentGas Line Installation.7Gas Inlet Pressure .7LP Conversion Instructions.31Vent Requirements.8Blower .34Approved Vent Configurations .9Restrictor Position.9Elbows .9Measuring Vent Lengths .9Vertical Term’s with 0, 2, or 4 45 Elbows .10Horizontal Terminations with 1 90 Elbow .11Horizontal Term's with Two Elbows .12Horizontal Term's with Three 90 Elbows.13Vertical Term’s with Two 90 Elbows .14Vertical Term’s with Three 90 Elbows .15Gold Door .36Gold Grill .37Firebrick.37Installation AddendaInterior Masonry Chimney .38Class A Chimney Retrofit .39IndexIndex.40Horizontal Vent Termination Requirements .16Vertical Vent Termination Requirements .16Finalizing the Installation .17Opening the Door .19Log Set and Coal Installation .20Travis Industries404122093508123
SpecificationsFeatures:-5Installation Options:Ember Fyre Burner for "Wood Fire" LookWorks During Power Outages (millivolt system)High EfficiencyOptional Thermostat or Remote ControlOptional Blower for Quicker Heat DistributionConvenient Operating ControlsVariable-Rate Heat OutputLow Maintenance-Freestanding Stove-Horizontal or Vertical Vent-Residential or Mobile Home-Straight or Corner Placement-Bedroom ApprovedHeating Specifications:Approximate Heating Capacity (in square feet)*.500 - 1,500 with Blower, 500 to 1,200 WithoutMaximum Input" (in BTU’s per hour).31,000Input Rate on "LO" (in BTU’s per hour) .18,500 (LP) 23,000 (NG)Steady State Efficiency.up to 86.5%AFUE (without blower) .Up to 67.2% **Heating capacity will vary depending on the home’s floor plan, degree of insulation, and the outsidetemperature.Efficiency rating is a product of thermal efficiency rating determined under continuous operation independentof installed system.Dimensions:The startersection is 1/2"above the top.4" from back edge of topMeasureClearances tothe Stove Top28-5/8"Weight: 165 Lbs.22-1/8"15-5/8"Electrical Specifications (for optional blower)Electrical Rating.115 Volts, .8 Amps, 60 Hz (92 watts on high)Fuel:This heater is shipped in natural gas (NG) configuration but may be converted to propane (LP) usingthe included LP conversion kit. The sticker on top of the gas control valve will verify the correct fuel.Travis Industries404122093508123
Installation6(for qualified installers only)Installation Warnings! Failure to follow all of the requirements may result in property damage, bodily injury, or even death.! This heater must be installed by a qualified installer who has gone through a training program for theinstallation of direct vent gas appliances.! This appliance must be installed in accordance with all local codes, if any; if not, follow current ANSIZ223.1 or NFPA 54 in the USA .! In Manufactured or Mobile Homes this appliance must be installed to the applicable Mobile HomeStandards: CAN/CSA Z240 MH, the Manufactured Home Construction and Safety Standard, Title 24CFR, Criteria for Manufactured Home Installations, Sites and Communities, and/or ANSI/NFPA 501A.This appliance may be installed in Manufactured Housing only after the home is site located.! This appliance is designed for natural gas or propane (LP). Check the sticker on top of the gas controlvalve.! All exhaust gases must be vented outside the structure of the living-area. Combustion air is drawn fromoutside the living-area structure.! Notify your insurance company before hooking up this appliance.! The requirements below are divided into sections - all requirements must be met simultaneously.Packing List Allegiance Owner’s Manual Log Set with Embers Propane Conversion KitInstallation PreparationHINT:HINT:HINT:HINT:If converting to LP, convert the appliance prior to installation.Install the logs last - they are fragile.When determining the location of the stove, locate the wall studs (for horizontal penetrations)and ceiling trusses (for vertical penetrations). You may wish to adjust the stove positionslightly to ensure the vent does not intersect with a framing member.Fumes and smoke from the paint curing and oil burning off the steel may occur the first timeyou start this heater. This is normal. We recommend you open windows to vent the room.Stove With this clearance, the ventis 12-3/8” from the wall.10"Min.5" Min.MeasureClearances tothe Stove TopWith this clearancethe vent is 5-5/8” fromthe back wall, 17-7/8”from the side wall.MeasureClearances tothe Stove Top5" Min.45 Mobile Home Requirements When the stove is installed in a mobile home, it must be bolted to the floor and theappliance grounded (use the optional blower with a grounded circuit or other suitablegrounding method - current ANSI/NFPA 70 or CSA C22.1).Travis Industries404122093508123
Installation7(for qualified installers only)Heater Placement Requirements ? Heater must be installed on a level surface capable of supporting the heater and ventDue to the high temperature of the heater, it should be located out of traffic and away fromfurniture and draperies.When placed in a location where the floor to ceiling height is under 7 feet, the installation isconsidered an alcove and must meet the following requirements: The alcove floor to ceiling height must be at least 58” tall The alcove must not be more than 45” deep before the ceiling returns to 7’ The alcove must be at least 46-3/4” wideThe heater must not be placed so the vents below or above the door, along the sides of heater, oralong the back of the heater can become blocked.This heater may be placed in a bedroom. Please be aware of the large amount of heat thisappliance produces when determining a location.Floor Protection Requirements When the stove is installed directly on carpeting, vinyl or other combustible material other thanwood flooring or a high pressure laminate wood floor, the stove must be installed on a metal orwood protection panel extending the full width and depth of the heater (Minimum 22-1/8” wide by15-5/8” deep).Gas Line Installation!The gas line must be installed in accordance with all local codes, if any; if not, follow current ANSIZ223.1 or NFPA 54.!The heater and gas control valve must be disconnected from the gassupply piping during any pressure testing of that system at testpressures in excess of 1/2 psig (3.45 kPA). For pressures under 1/2psig (3.45 kPA), isolate the gas supply piping by closing the manualshutoff valve. This heater is designed for natural gas but can be converted to propane.Check sticker on top of gas control valve to verify correct fuel. Leak test all gas line joints and the gas control valve prior to and afterstarting the heater. The gas inlet accepts a 3/8” F.P.T. Fitting The location of the gas inlet is shown below A manual shutoff valve is required for installation (it must be locatedwithin 3’ of the heater). T-Handle gas cocks are required inMassachusetts in compliance with code 248CMR. Installation must be performed by a qualified installer, service agency orthe gas supplier (In Massachusetts a licensed plumber/gasfitter).1/4"AAAAAA6-1/8"Gas Inlet Pressure ?With the heater off, the inlet pressure must meet the requirements listed in the table belowIf the pressure is not sufficient, make sure the piping used is large enough and the total gas loadfor the residence does not exceed the amount supplied.The supply regulator (the regulator that attaches directly to the residence inlet or to the propanetank) should supply gas at the suggested input pressure listed below. Contact the local gassupplier if the regulator is at an improper pressure.Natural GasPropaneTravis IndustriesStandard Input Pressure7” W.C. (1.74 Kpa)13” W.C. (2.73 Kpa)4041220935081232-7/8"
Installation8(for qualified installers only)Vent Requirements!Always maintain the required 1” (25 mm) clearance (air space) to combustible materials to prevent a firehazard. Do not fill air spaces with insulation.!The gas appliance and vent system must be vented directly to the outside of the building, and neverbe attached to a chimney serving a separate solid fuel or gas-burning appliance. Each direct vent gasappliance must use it’s own separate vent system.Altitude ConsiderationsThis heater has been tested at altitudesranging from sea level to 8,000 feet(2,400 M). In this testing we have foundthat the heater, with its standard orifice,burns correctly with just an air shutteradjustment.! Vertical Termination(Duravent Part # 991)Vertical VentRequirementsUse a roof flashing and storm collarwhenever passing through the roof(Duravent Part #953 & #943 or #943S)Failure to adjust the air shutter properlymay lead to improper combustion whichcan create a safety hazard. Consult yourdealer or installer if you suspect animproperly adjusted air shutter.When the vent passes through a wall,a wall thimble is required. When thevent passes through a ceiling, asupport box or firestop is required.When the vent passes through theroof, a roof flashing and storm collarare required. Follow the instructionsprovided with the vent for installingthese items.Use a firestop spacer wheneverpassing through a ceiling(Duravent Part #963)Maintain a minimum 1"(25 mm) clearance fromvent to any combustible(vent is 6 5/8" (170 mm)diameter)Minimum framingfor fire stop8-5/8"(220 mm)Use a support boxon exposed vent8-5/8"(220 mm)Use a wall thimblewhenever passingthrough a wall(Duravent Part #942)Horizontal VentRequirementsMinimumFraming forwall thimbleMaintain a minimum 1" (25 mm)clearance from vent to any combustible(vent is 6 5/8" (170 mm) diameter)Horizontal Termination(Duravent Part #984)Use of of the following 6-5/8" diameter co-axial gas direct vent systems:ManuafacturerSeriesSimpson Dura-VentModel GSSelkirk Hearth ProductsDirect-TempAmerican Metal ProductsAmeri-VentN O T E: Always use the high-wind cap for the type of vent you are using (if applicable) Slide the vent sections together and turn 1/4 turn until the sections lock in place. Screws are not required to secure the vent. However, three screws may be used to securevent sections together if desired. High temperature sealant is recommended at the appliance starter section connection (usehigh-temperature silicone or Mill-Pac ). If disassembly is required, at time of re-assembly check to see if the vent creates a tight fit. Ifit does not, apply high temperature sealant to the joints of the affected sections. Horizontal sections require a 1/4" rise every 12" of travel Horizontal sections require non-combustible support every three feet (e.g.: plumbing tape)Travis Industries404122093508123
Installation9(for qualified installers only)Approved Vent ConfigurationsRestrictor Position A vent restrictor is builtinto the appliance tocontrol the flow rate ofexhaust gases. Thisensures proper flamesfor the wide variety ofvent configurations. Therestrictor consists of abutterfly valve in the airinlet and an adjustmentplate with index holesused to hold the valve ina fixed position.Depending upon thevent configuration, youmay be required to adjustthe restrictor position.The charts for approvedvent configurationsdescribe which positionthe vent restrictor mustbe in.To Access the RestrictoraTo Adjust the RestrictorLoosen the four screwsholding the stove top inaplace.Lift the cotter pin out.NOTE:The restrictor isshipped inposition #1.1/4" NutdriverbLift the stove top off the top. Ifthe vent is attached, you mayprop the stove top with woodto allow access to AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAbSlide the restrictoradjustment rod in.RestrictorPositions#1#4#5#6#3c#2Replace the cotter pin throughthe correct hole on the restrictoradjustment rod.This restrictor isin position # 6Vent Horizontal RunElbows (measure from the closestedge of the starter section to3 Elbowmaximum(or four 45 elbows)the end of the termination)MeasuringVent LengthsVentHeightThe startersection is 1/2"Vent Height isabove the topcalculated to the top ofthe vent on horizontalterminations and to thetop of the termination onvertical terminations.Travis Industries404122093508123
Installation10(for qualified installers only) 40' (max)24’ Maximum OffsetThe termination must fallwithin the shaded areashown in the chart. Usethe indicated restrictorposition.24 ' AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA40' (max)RestrictorPosition # 635 feet 20 feet40’ Maximum SystemHeight15 feet 10 feet10’ Minimum SystemHeight(with or without offsets)5 feet 0 feetApproved Venting Configurations for Vertical Terminations withZero, Two, or Four 45 Elbows35 feetNOTE:Restrictor positions are basedupon lab tests. The ideal30 feetrestrictor position may vary30 feetslightly, especially when thetermination is near ademarkation line.25 feet20 feetHorizontalOffsetVerticalRise15 feetOffsetLength10 feet5”1’1’ Section1’1’ 7”2’ Section1’ 9”2’ 4”3’ Section2’ 5”3’4’ Section3’ 2”3’ 8”4’ 1’ Section 3’ 9”4’ 4”4’ 2’ Section 4’ 6”5’4’ 3’ Section 5’ 2”5’ 9”4’ 4’ Section 6’6’ 9”Travis Industries15 feet10 feet5 feet0 feet0 feet404122024 ' (max)None20 feet5 feet20 feetVert. Rise15 feetHor. Offset10 feetOffset Length25 feetRestrictorPosition # 55 feetIf using offsets, use thetable below to calculate thevertical rise and horizontaloffset0 feet 93508123
Installation11(for qualified installers only)Approved Venting Configurations with a Horizontal Terminationand One 90 Elbow19' (max)24 ' (max)10 feet20 feetThe termination must fall within the shaded area shown in the chart. Use the indicated restrictorposition.15 feet 5 feetIf using a Snorkel Termination (14” or 36”) add the snorkel height to the vertical height (snorkelterminations are used primarily for basement installations).0 feet AA19' (max)Restrictor Position # 515 feetNOTE:Restrictor positions are basedupon lab tests. The idealrestrictor position may varyslightly, especially when thetermination is near ademarkation line.RestrictorPosition # 110 feet15 feet10 feetNOTE:Horizontal sections require a 1/4"rise every 12" of travel.5 feet5 feetNATURAL GAS: Min. 2' Section RequiredPROPANE (LP): Min. 3' Section RequiredTravis Industries404122024 ' (max)20 feet15 feet10 feet5 feet0 feet0 feet0 feet93508123
Installation12(for qualified installers only)Approved Venting Configurations with a Horizontal Terminationand Two Elbows (one 90 vertical and one 90 or 45 horizontal elbow)19' (max)24 ' (max)10 feet20 feetThe termination must fall within the shaded area shown in the chart. Use the indicated restrictorposition.15 feet 5 feetIf using a Snorkel Termination (14” or 36”) add the snorkel height to the vertical height (snorkelterminations are used primarily for basement installations).0 feet AA19' (max)RestrictorPosition # 515 feetRestrictorPosition # 110' (min)NOTE:Restrictor positions are based upon labtests. The ideal restrictor position may varyslightly, especially when the termination isnear a demarkation line.15 feet10' (min)NOTE:Horizontal sections require a 1/4"rise every 12" of travel.5 feet5 feetNATURAL GAS: Min. 2' Section RequiredPROPANE (LP): Min. 3' Section Required24 ' (max)20 feet15 feet10 feet5 feet0 feet0 feet0 feetH2This is considered a horizontalelbow (it does not matterwhether it turns right or left).It may be a 90 or 45 elbow.Horizontal length (max. 24') is calculatedby adding both lengths of horizontal run(Horizontal Length H1 H2).H1Travis Industries4041220This is considered avertical elbows93508123
Installation13(for qualified installers only)Approved Venting Configurations with a Horizontal Terminationand Three 90 Elbows (all vertical)The termination must fall within the shaded area shown in the chart. Use the indicated restrictorposition.10 feet5 feet0 feet21' (max)24 ' (max) 20 feetIf using a Snorkel Termination (14” or 36”) add the snorkel height to the vertical height (snorkelterminations are used primarily for basement installations).15 feet AAAAAAAAAA21' (max)RestrictorPosition # 515 feetRestrictorPosition # 110' (min)NOTE:Restrictor positions are basedupon lab tests. The ideal restrictorposition may vary slightly,especially when the termination isnear a demarkation line.NOTE:Horizontal sections require a 1/4"rise every 12" of travel.5 feet15 feet10' (min)5 feet24 ' (max)20 feetThese arevertical elbows.This is a horizontal elbow NOT ALLOWED FOR THISVENT CONFIGURATIONTravis Industries15 feet5 feet10 feet0 feet0 feet0 feet404122093508123
Installation14(for qualified installers only)Approved Venting Configurations for Vertical Terminations withTwo 90 Elbows40' (max)24 ' (max)20 feet5 feet10 feet15 feetThe termination must fall within the shaded area shown in the chart. Use the indicated restrictorposition.0 feet AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA40' (max)RestrictorPosition # 635 feet35 feetRestrictorPosition # 530 feet25 feet20 feetNOTE:Restrictor positions arebased upon lab tests. Theideal restrictor position mayvary slightly, especiallywhen the termination is neara demarkation line.30 feet25 feet20 feetRestrictorPosition # 115 feet10' (min)NOTE:Horizontal sections require a 1/4"rise every 12" of travel.5 feet15 feet10' (min)5 feet24 ' (max)20 feet15 feet10 feet5 feet0 feet0 feet0 feetThese arevertical elbows.This is a horizontal elbow NOT ALLOWED FOR THISVENT CONFIGURATIONTravis Industries404122093508123
Installation15(for qualified installers only)Approved Venting Configurations for Vertical Terminations withThree 90 Elbows (Two 90 Vertical and One 45 or 90 Horizontal Elbow)40' (max)24 ' (max)15 feet10 feet5 feet20 feetThe termination must fall within the shaded area shown in the chart. Use the indicated restrictorposition.0 feet AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
Travis Industries 4041220 93508123 Introduction We welcome you as a new owner of an Allegiance Stove. In purchasing this heater you have joined the growing ranks of concerned individuals whose selection of an energy system reflects both a concern for the environment and aesthetics. The Allegiance
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