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  • Safety Precautions

  • Specifications

  • Installation

  • Floor Protection

  • Venting Requirements

  • Maximum Venting Distance

  • Importance of Proper Draft

  • Vent Termination Clearances

  • Through the Wall Installation

  • Through the Roof/Ceiling Installation

  • Outside Air Supply

  • Special Mobile Home Requirements

  • How Your Stove Works

  • Understanding Your Stove

  • Control Panel Overview

  • Operation

  • Unit Preparation

  • Start-Up Procedure

  • Do Not Burn

  • Shutdown Procedure

  • Daily Operation

  • Safety and Convenience Features

  • Maintenance

  • Troubleshooting

  • Display Indicators

  • Factory Defaults

  • Wiring Diagram

  • Parts List

  • Parts Diagram

  • Service Record

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King Pellet Stove

TESTED &

LISTED BY

Report #: 215-S-05c-2

• Pleasereadthisentiremanualbeforeinstallationanduseofthisappliance.Failuretofollowthese

instructionscouldresultinpropertydamage,bodilyinjury,orevendeath.

• Contactyourlocalbuildingorfireofficialsaboutobtainingpermits,restrictionsandinstallationinspection

requirementsinyourarea.

• Savetheseinstructions.

FrenchversionisavailablefordownloadfromtheU.S.Stovewebsite:http://www.usstove.com

LaversionfrançaiseestdisponiblepourtéléchargementàpartirdusiteU.S.Stove:http://www.usstove.com

UNITEDSTATESSTOVECOMPANY

"KeepingNorthAmericaWarmSince1869"

Owner's Manual 5502M

PORTLAND,

OREGON, USA

Thisunitisnotintendedtobeusedasaprimarysourceofheat.

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

Certified to comply with 2015 particulate emissions standards.

UNITEDSTATESSTOVECOMPANY

227INDUSTRIALPARKROAD

SOUTHPITTSBURG,TENNESSEE37380

WWW.USSTOVE.COM

TECHNICALASSISTANCEPHONE:(800)750-2723

852046F-3804F

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  • Page 1 King Pellet Stove UNITEDSTATESSTOVECOMPANY “KeepingNorthAmericaWarmSince1869” Owner’s Manual 5502M TESTED & PORTLAND, LISTED BY OREGON, USA Report #: 215-S-05c-2 • Pleasereadthisentiremanualbeforeinstallationanduseofthisappliance.Failuretofollowthese instructionscouldresultinpropertydamage,bodilyinjury,orevendeath. • Contactyourlocalbuildingorfireofficialsaboutobtainingpermits,restrictionsandinstallationinspection requirementsinyourarea. • Savetheseinstructions. FrenchversionisavailablefordownloadfromtheU.S.Stovewebsite:http://www.usstove.com LaversionfrançaiseestdisponiblepourtéléchargementàpartirdusiteU.S.Stove:http://www.usstove.com Thisunitisnotintendedtobeusedasaprimarysourceofheat. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Certified to comply with 2015 particulate emissions standards. UNITEDSTATESSTOVECOMPANY 227INDUSTRIALPARKROAD SOUTHPITTSBURG,TENNESSEE37380...
  • Page 2: Safety Precautions

    Safety Precautions This manual describes the installation and operation of the King, 5502M wood heater. • IMPORTANT:Readthisentiremanualbefore awayfromallcombustiblematerials,pendingfinal installingandoperatingthisproduct.Failuretodo disposal. somayresultinpropertydamage,bodilyinjury, • Theexhaustsystemshouldbecheckedmonthly orevendeath.Properinstallationofthisstoveis duringtheburningseasonforanybuild-upofsoot crucialforsafeandefficientoperation. orcreosote. • Installventatclearancesspecifiedbythevent • Donottouchthehotsurfacesofthestove.Educate manufacturer. allchildrenonthedangersofahigh-temperature • Ifachimneyorcreosotefireoccurs,pressthe“OFF” stove.Youngchildrenshouldbesupervisedwhen buttonimmediately.Donotunplugtheunit. theyareinthesameroomasthestove. • Donotconnectthepelletventtoaventserving • Thehopperandstovetopwillbehotduring anyotherapplianceorstove.
  • Page 3: Specifications

    Specifications HEATING SPECIFICATIONS FuelBurnRate* 2.0-6.0lbs./hr.(0.9-2.7kg/hr) BurnTime(lowestsetting) 60hrs. HopperCapacity 120lbs.(55kg) *Pelletsizemayeffecttheactualrateoffuelfeedandburntimes.Fuelfeedratesmayvarybyasmuchas20%. UsePFIlistedfuelforbestresults. DIMENSIONS Height 34in.(864mm) Width 26in.(660mm) Depth 26in.(686mm) Weight 210lbs.(95.5kg) ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS ElectricalRating 110-120volts,60HZ,3.0Amps Watts(operational) 175(approx.) Watts(igniterrunning) 425(approx.) FUEL CONSIDERATIONS Your pellet stove is designed to burn premium hardwood pellets that comply with Association of Pellet Fuel Industriesstandards.(Minimumof40lbspercubicft,1/4”to5/16”diameter,lengthnogreaterthan1.5”,notless than8,200BTU/lb,moistureunder8%byweight,ashunder1%byweight,andsaltunder300partspermillion).
  • Page 4: Installation

    Installation InstallationOptions Readthisentiremanualbeforeyouinstallanduseyourpelletstove.Failuretofollowinstructionsmayresultin propertydamage,bodilyinjury,orevendeath! (Seespecificinstallationdetailsforclearancesandotherinstallationrequirements) AFreestandingUnit—supportedbypedestal/legsandplacedonanon-combustiblefloorsurfaceincompliance withclearancerequirementsforafreestandingstoveinstallation. An Alcove Unit—supported by pedestal/legs and placed on a non-combustible floor surface in compliance withclearancerequirementsforanalcoveinstallation. Yourpelletstovemaybeinstalledtocodeineitheraconventionalormobilehome(seeSPECIALMOBILEHOME REQUIREMENTS).USOnlyInstallation. Itisrecommendedthatonlyaauthorizedtechnicianinstallyourpelletstove,preferablyanNFIcertifiedspecialist. CAUTION: Do not connect to or use in conjunction with any air distribution ductwork unless specifically approvedforsuchinstallations.
  • Page 5 Installation CLEARANCES Yourpelletstovehasbeentestedandlistedforinstallationinresidential,mobilehome,andalcoveapplications inaccordancewiththeclearancesgiveninTABLE1. NOTE:Distance“B”onthesideofyourpelletstovemayneedtobegreaterthantheminimumrequiredclearance forsuitableaccesstothecontrolpanel. Figure3 Figure4 SideWallClearances SideWallClearances ParallelInstallation CornerInstallation PARALLEL A-Backwalltounit 2.00/50mm B-Sidewalltoflue 13.00/330mm C-Sidewalltotopedgeofunit 8.00/203mm CORNER D-Adjacentwalltounit 8.00/203mm ALCOVE E-Alcovedepth 36.00-914mm (5500(M) F-Alcoveheight 60.00-520mm only) Figure5 AlcoveClearances...
  • Page 6: Venting Requirements

    Installation VENTING REQUIREMENTS • INSTALLVENTATCLEARANCESSPECIFIEDBYTHEVENTMANUFACTURER. • DONOTCONNECTTHEPELLETVENTTOAVENTSERVINGANYOTHERAPPLIANCEORSTOVE. • DONOTINSTALLAFLUEDAMPERINTHEEXHAUSTVENTINGSYSTEMOFTHISUNIT. Thefollowinginstallationguidelinesmustbefollowedtoensureconformitywithboththesafetylistingofthisstove andtolocalbuildingcodes.Donotusemakeshiftmethodsorcompromiseintheinstallation. IMPORTANT!Thisunitisequippedwithanegativedraftsystemthatpullsairthroughtheburnpotandpushes theexhaustoutofthedwelling.Ifthisunitisconnectedtoafluesystemotherthanthewayexplainedinthis manual,itwillnotfunctionproperly. MAXIMUM VENTING DISTANCE InstallationMUSTincludeatleast3-feetofverticalpipeoutsidethehome.Thiswillcreatesomenaturaldraftto reducethepossibilityofsmokeorodorduringapplianceshutdownandkeepexhaustfromcausinganuisance orhazardbyexposingpeopleorshrubstohightemperatures.Themaximumrecommendverticalventingheight is12-feetfor3-inchtype“PL”vent.Totallengthofhorizontalventmustnotexceed4-feet.Thiscouldcauseback pressure.Usenomorethan180degreesofelbows(two90-degreeelbows,ortwo45-degreeandone90-degree elbow,etc.)tomaintainadequatedraft. IMPORTANCE OF PROPER DRAFT Draft is the force which moves air from the appliance up through the chimney. The amount of draft in your chimneydependsonthelengthofthechimney,localgeography,nearbyobstructionsandotherfactors.Too muchdraftmaycauseexcessivetemperaturesintheappliance.Inadequatedraftmaycausebackpuffinginto theroomand‘plugging’ofthechimney.
  • Page 7: Vent Termination Clearances

    Installation VENT TERMINATION CLEARANCES A. Minimum4-foot(1.22m)clearancebeloworbesideanydoororwindowthatopens. B. Minimum1-foot(0.3m)clearanceaboveanydoororwindowthatopens. C. Minimum3-foot(0.91m)clearancefromanyadjacentbuilding. D. Minimum7-foot(2.13m)clearancefromanygradewhenadjacenttopublicwalkways. E. Minimum2-foot(0.61m)clearanceaboveanygrass,plants,orothercombustiblematerials. F. Minimum3-foot(0.91m)clearancefromanforcedairintakeofanyappliance. G. Minimum2-foot(0.61m)clearancebelowevesoroverhang. H. Minimum1-foot(0.3m)clearancehorizontallyfromcombustiblewall. I. Mustbeaminimumof3foot(0.91m)abovetheroofand2foot(0.61m)abovethehighestpointortheroof within10feet(3.05m). Figure6 VentTerminationClearances...
  • Page 8: Through The Wall Installation

    Installation THROUGH THE WALL INSTALLATION (RECOMMENDED INSTALLATION) CanadianinstallationsmustconformtoCAN/CSA-B365. Toventtheunitthroughthewall,connectthepipeadapter totheexhaustmotoradapter.Iftheexhaustadapterisat least18in.(457mm)abovegroundlevel,astraightsection ofpelletventpipecanbeusedthroughthewall. Your heater dealer should be able to provide you with a kit that will handle most of this installation, which will includeawallthimblethatwillallowtheproperclearance through a combustible wall. Once outside the structure, a 3 in.(76mm) clearance should be maintained from the outsidewallandacleanoutteeshouldbeplacedonthe pipe with a 90-degree turn away from the house. At this...
  • Page 9: Outside Air Supply

    Installation OUTSIDE AIR SUPPLY (OPTIONAL, UNLESS INSTALLING IN A MOBILE HOME) Dependingonyourlocationandhomeconstruction,outsideairmaybenecessaryforoptimalperformance. Metalpipe(solidorflexible)mustbeusedfortheoutsideairinstallation.PVCpipeisNOTapprovedandshould NEVERbeused. Awindshieldovertheterminationoftheoutsideairpipeora90-degreeelboworbendawayfromtheprevailing windsMUSTbeusedwhenanoutsideairpipeisinstalledthroughthesideofabuilding.Theoutsideairtermination MUSTbeatleast1ft(0.305m)awayfromtheexhaustsystemtermination. The outside air pipe on your heater is 2” (50.8mm) OD. The outside air connecting pipe must be at least 2” (50.8mm)ID.TheoutsideairconnectionusedMUSTNOTrestricttheamountofairavailabletoyourheater.The outsideairconnectingpipemustbeasshortandfreeofbendsaspossible,anditmustfitover,notinside,the outsideairconnectiontotheheater.
  • Page 10: How Your Stove Works

    Indicator On Indicator Auger Delay & Button Off Indicator Indicator & Button & Button DESCRIPTION © 2010 United States Stove Company HOLES GENERAL NOTES: TOLERANCES  ALL RIGHTS RESERVED .005" EXCEPT THE DATA CONTAINED HEREIN IS PROPRIETARY TO U. S.
  • Page 11: Control Panel Overview

    Control Panel Overview TurningtheheaterON/OFF,aswellasadjustmentsforthefuelfeedrateandroomfanspeedareperformed bypressingtheappropriatebutton(s)onthecontrolpanelwhichislocatedonthelowerleft-handsideofyour heater. • ON/OFF Pressingthe“ON”buttononthecontrolpanelwillbeginthestart-upsequencefortheheater.Fuelwillbeginto feedthroughtheaugerfeedsystemthenigniteafterapproximately5minutes. Pressingthe“OFF”buttononthecontrolpanelwillcausetheheatertoenteritsshut-downsequence.Thefuel feedsystemwillstoppullingfuelfromthehopperand,oncethefiregoesoutandtheheatercoolsdown,the fanswillstoprunning. • HEATRANGE Pressingthe“HeatRange”arrows,upordown,willadjusttheamountoffuelbeingdeliveredtotheburnpot. • DRAFTFAN Thedraftfan(exhaust)willcomeonassoonasthe“ON”buttonispressed.Thefanwillautomaticallyadjustit* speedinaccordancetotheheatrangesetting.However,thisspeedcanbemanuallyoperatedbypressingthe “DraftFan”arrowsupordown.“DraftFan”whenpressed,thedisplaywillshow“Df-A”,whichisautomatic.Press thearrowsagaintoadjustfanspeed.Whentheheaterisinthemanualmode,theoptionalthermostatwillnot properlycontroltheunit.WhenadjustingtheDraftFansetting,tryonly1settingaboveorbelowtheheatsetting. Itisbettertoleavethestoveintheautomaticmode. • ROOMFAN The room fan will come on once the unit has reached operating temperature. By pressing the “Room Fan” buttons,thedisplaywillshow“Rf-A”whichisautomaticor“Rf-1”through“Rf-9”formanualsettings.Inautomode, theroomfan’sspeedwillautomaticallybeadjustedinaccordancewiththeheatrangesetting.Bypressingthe “RoomFan”uparrow,youcanadjustthefanspeedsettingupto“Rf-9”.Theroomfanmustoperateatalevel...
  • Page 12: Operation

    Operation UNIT PREPARATION After carefully unpacking and reading the instructions for installing your stove, you will need to perform the followingsteps: • Attachtheincludedspringhandletothedoorhandlebyscrewingitoninarespectivelocation. • Attachtheelectricalcordtothebackofthestovefirst;thenplugitintoa110-voltoutlet(anoutletsurge protectorishighlyrecommended). PERFORMING AN INITIAL TEST Thistestisusedatthefactorywherethestovesareassembledtotestthefunctionalityofthecontrolandthestove beforetheunitisshipped.Toperformthistest,pressandholdtheOFFandAUGERDELAYbuttonssimultaneously for3seconds.Toadvancethroughthetest,pressanykeyunlessotherwisenotedintheteststep. 1. ExhaustFanOutputTest–Thedisplaywillshow“drft”.Theexhaustfanisturnedonfullthenreducedtoalevel justabovethetypicalminimumpressureswitchsetting.TheONLEDindicateswhetherthepressuresensor isdetected.Ifthepressureswitchisnotdetected,thefanrampstofullonfortwosecondsthenreturnsto thepreviouslyestablishedlevelifthepressureswitchcloses.IftheDraftFanFuseisnotblownandthefuse detectioncircuitisfunctioning,theDraftFanLEDwillbelitandtheotherthreetoprowLEDswillbeoff. 2. RoomFanOutputTest-Thedisplaywillshow“rfan”.Theroomfanisturnedonfull.IftheRoomFanFuseisnot blownandthefusedetectioncircuitisfunctioning,theRoomFanLEDwillbelitandtheotherthreetoprow LEDswillbeoff.
  • Page 13: Start-Up Procedure

    Operation START-UP PROCEDURE • DONOTUSECHEMICALSORFLUIDSTOSTARTTHEFIRE-Neverusegasoline,gasoline-typelanternfuel, kerosene,charcoallighterfluid,orsimilarliquidstostartor“freshenup”afireinthisstove.Keepallsuch liquidswellawayfromthestovewhileitisinuse. • HOTWHILEINOPERATION.KEEPCHILDREN,CLOTHINGANDFURNITUREAWAY.CONTACTMAYCAUSESKINS BURNS. • DONOTUSEGRATESORELEVATETHEFIRE.BUILDFIREDIRECTLYONHEARTH. • DONOTOVERFIRE-IFHEATERORCHIMNEYCONNECTORGLOWS,YOUAREOVERFIRING. ThisheaterisdesignedtoburnonlyPFIPremiumgradepellets. DONOTBURN: 1. Garbage; 10. Saltwaterdriftwoodorotherpreviouslysaltwater 2. Lawnclippingsoryardwaste; saturatedmaterials; 3. Materialscontainingrubber,includingtires; 11. Unseasonedwood;or 4. Materialscontainingplastic; 12. Paper products, cardboard, plywood, 5. Wastepetroleumproducts,paintsorpaintthinners, particleboard. The prohibition against burning orasphaltproducts;...
  • Page 14: Shutdown Procedure

    Operation FirstFire:Adjustthe“HeatRange”and“BlowerSpeed”toa“3”settingandallowthestovetooperateinthis mannerforapproximatelythree(3)hours(ormoreifnecessary),allowingthestoveto“cureout”asthepaintand oilsfromthemanufacturingprocessburnoff.Werecommendthatyouopendoorsandwindowsinyourhome duringthisprocess.Adjustsettingtodesiredsetting. WARNING:Nevershutdownthisunitbyunpluggingitfromthepowersource. SHUT DOWN PROCEDURE Pressthe“OFF”buttononthecontrolpadtoputthestoveinshutdownmode.Atthistime,theredlightabove the pad will illuminate. Once this is done, the auger will stop feeding pellets, but the distribution blower and exhaust blower will continue to operate. When the internal temperature of the unit drops below the factory presettemperature,thedistributionblowerandexhaustblowerwillceasetooperate.Theredlightwillthenshut offandtheunitwillbecompletelyshutdown.
  • Page 15: Maintenance

    Maintenance • Failuretocleanandmaintainthisunitasindicatedcanresultinpoorperformanceandsafetyhazards. • Unplugyourstove’selectricalcordpriortoremovingthebackpaneloropeningtheexhaustsystemforany inspection,cleaning,ormaintenancework. • Neverperformanyinspections,cleaning,ormaintenanceonahotstove. • Donotoperatestovewithbrokenglass,leakageoffluegasmayresult. • WARNING:Thechimneyandchimneyconnectormustbekeptingoodconditionandclean. EXHAUST SYSTEM CreosoteFormation–Whenanywoodisburnedslowly,itproducestarandotherorganicvapors,whichcombine withexpelledmoisturetoformcreosote.Thecreosotevaporscondenseintherelativelycoolchimneyflueora newlystartedfireorfromaslow-burningfire.Asaresult,creosoteresidueaccumulatesonthefluelining.When ignited,thiscreosotemakesanextremelyhotfire,whichmaydamagethechimneyorevendestroythehouse. Despitetheirhighefficiency,pelletstovescanaccumulatecreosoteundercertainconditions. FlyAsh–Thisaccumulatesinthehorizontalportionofanexhaustrun.Thoughnon-combustible,itmayimpede thenormalexhaustflow.Itshouldthereforebeperiodicallyremoved. InspectionandRemoval–Thechimneyconnectorandchimneyshouldbeinspectedannuallyorpertonto determineifacreosoteorflyashbuild-uphasoccurred.Ifcreosotehasaccumulated,itshouldberemovedto reducetheriskofachimneyfire.Inspectthesystematthestoveconnectionandatthechimneytop.Cooler surfacestendtobuildcreosotedepositsquicker,soitisimportanttocheckthechimneyfromthetopaswellas fromthebottom.Thecreosoteshouldberemovedwithabrushspecificallydesignedforthetypeofchimney inuse.Aqualifiedchimneysweepcanperformthisservice.Itisalsorecommendedthatbeforeeachheating seasontheentiresystembeprofessionallyinspected,cleanedand,ifnecessary,repaired.Tocleanthechimney, disconnecttheventfromthestove. INTERIOR CHAMBERS Periodicallyremoveandcleantheburnpotandtheareainsidetheburnpothousing.Inparticularitisadvisable tocleanouttheholesintheburnpottoremoveanybuildupthatmaypreventairfrommovingthroughtheburn potfreely.Removethetwo(2)platesoneachsideoftheburnpothousingandcleanoutthatrearchamber. Ifavacuumisusedtocleanyourstove,wesuggestusingavacuumdesignedforashremoval.Someregular vacuumcleaner(i.e.shopvacs)mayleakashintotheroom. ASH DISPOSAL Disposal of ashes – Ashes should be placed in a steel container with a tight fitting lid and moved outdoors immediately.Theclosedcontainerofashesshouldbeplacedonanoncombustiblefloororontheground,well awayfromcombustiblematerials,pendingfinaldisposal.Iftheashesaredisposedofbyburialinsoilorotherwise locallydispersed,theyshouldberetainedintheclosedcontaineruntilallcindershavethoroughlycooled.Other...
  • Page 16: Chimney Connector

    Maintenance CHECK AND CLEAN THE HOPPER Checkthehopperperiodicallytodetermineifthereisanysawdustorpelletsthatarestickingtothehopper surface.Cleanasneeded. DOOR AND GLASS GASKETS Inspectthemaindoorandglasswindowgasketsperiodically.Themaindoormayneedtoberemovedtohave frayed,broken,orcompactedgasketsreplacedbyyourauthorizeddealer.Theglassgaskethasagapatthe bottomfortheairwash.Thisunit’sdoorusesa5/8”diameterropegasket. BLOWER MOTORS Cleantheairholesonthemotorsofboththeexhaustanddistributionblowersannually.Removetheexhaust blowerfromtheexhaustductandcleanouttheinternalfanbladesaspartofyourfallstart-up. PAINTED SURFACES Paintedsurfacesmaybewipeddownwithadampcloth.Ifscratchesappear,oryouwishtorenewyourpaint, contactyourauthorizeddealertoobtainacanofsuitablehigh-temperaturepaint. GLASS - CLEANING, REMOVAL AND REPLACEMENT OF BROKEN DOOR GLASS Cleaning - We recommend using a high quality glass cleaner. Should a build up of creosote or carbon accumulate,youmaywishtouse000steelwoolandwatertocleantheglass.DONOTuseabrasivecleaners.
  • Page 17: Troubleshooting

    Trouble Shooting • Disconnectthepowercordbeforeperforminganymaintenance!NOTE:TurningtheON/OFFSwitchto”OFF” doesnotdisconnectallpowertotheelectricalcomponentsofthestove. • Nevertrytorepairorreplaceanypartofthestoveunlessinstructionsfordoingsoaregiveninthismanual.All otherworkshouldbedonebyatrainedtechnician. PROBLEM CAUSE:Torichair/fuelmixture Orange,lazyflame_excessivefuel • Cleanouttheburnpotandburnpothousing build-upintheburnpot • Makesurethattheviewingdoorisclosedandsealedproperly.Ifnot,adjust doorcatchand/orreplacedoorgaskets. • Checkthatalloutsideconnectionsareclearofanyobstructions. • Checktheexhaustsystem;cleanasneeded. PROBLEM CAUSE:Burnpotburnsoutoffuel Firegoesoutorstoveshutsdown. • Hopperisempty,refillthehopper. • Lossofdraftpressure.Makesurethattheviewingdoorisclosedandsealed properly.Ifnot,adjustdoorcatchand/orreplacedoorgaskets.Checkthat alloutsideconnectionsareclearofanyobstructions.Checktheexhaust system;cleanasneeded. • Checkthatthepressureswitchconnectiontothefireboxisfreeofashor clearofobstructions. • Augersystemisjammedorthereisa“bridging”ofthefuelinthehopper, preventingfuelfromflowingintotheaugerfeedsystem. PROBLEM CAUSE:Auto-StartIgniterfailstoignitethefuelintheburnpot. Stovedoesnotstartafirewhenthe • Turnthestove“OFF”.Cleartheunburnedfuelfromtheburnpotandtryagain.
  • Page 18: Display Indicators

    DISPLAY INDICATORS Severalsituationsoreventsareindicatedinnormaloperationbyblinkingdisplayindicatorsorsegmentsinthe display: Flashing On Indicator: Thismeansthatthestoveisinthe“StartUp”statewaitingforeithera3minutetime-outto beginburningorforthestovetoreachthewarmtemperaturewhichevercomesfirst. Flashing Off Indicator:Thisindicatesthatthestoveisinthe“Shutdown”statewaitingfortheOFFbutton,orfora 15minuteperiodafterthestovewasturnedoff,orforthestovetocooldown,orforthedoortobeclosed. Flashing dash in Heat Range Display: Thisindicatesthatthestoveisinthenormalrunmodeandisrampingfrom thecurrentheatrangesettingtothetargetheatrangesetting.Oncetherampiscomplete,thedashwillstop flashing.Forrampingfromheatrange1to5,thedefaulttimeis12minutes(witha90secondramptime). Flashing Automatic Mode Indicator: This indicates that the stove is in normal operation and is running in the automaticmode.However,eithertheDraftFanorAuxiliarysettingismanuallyconfigured.
  • Page 19: Wiring Diagram

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  • Page 20: Parts List

    Parts List PartNo. Description Qty. PartNo. Description Qty. 69524 FeedDoorAssembly 69719 AugerCover 891372 DoorHingePad 25863 ManualFuelRegulator 83274 Nut⅜-16 83249 WingNut 83045A Washer 891161 BottomPlateRetainer 25080B FeedDoorLatch 25495 DriveMotorBracket 83508 5/16-18x3/4Bolt 891169 HeaterHose 69693 BurnpotHousingWeldment 80488 AugerMotor 86624 BurnpotAssembly 83529 HairPin 25513 AshCleanout 69763...
  • Page 21: Parts Diagram

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  • Page 22 Notes -22-...
  • Page 23: Service Record

    Service Record It is recommended that your heating system is serviced regularly and that the appropriate Service Interval Record is completed. Service Provider: Before completing the appropriate Service Record below, please ensure you have carried out the service as described in the manufacturer’s instructions.
  • Page 24 Any defects should be reported to United States Stove Company or its dealer and/or distributor giving descriptions and pertinent data, including proof or purchase which will be returned upon request. Providing the heater has been installed and used in accordance with the Owners Manual supplied with the heater, United States Stove Company will either: Replace the defective part free of charge...
  • Page 25 How to Order Repair Parts / Comment commander des pièces détachées This manual will help you obtain efficient, dependable service from your heater, and enable you to order repair parts correctly. Keep this manual in a safe place for future reference. When writing, always give the full model number which is on the nameplate attached to the heater.
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