W415-0809 / A / 05.10.10
3.3 GAS PIPING
DO NOT CONNECT EITHER THE WALL SWITCH, THERMOSTAT OR GAS VALVE TO ELECTRICITY
This appliance and it’s appliance main valve must be disconnected from the gas supply piping system during
any pressure testing of that system at test pressures in excess of ½ PSI (3.5kPa)
This appliance must be isolated from the gas supply piping
system by closing the individual manual shut off valve during any
pressure testing of the gas supply piping system at test pressure
equal to or less than ½ psi (3.5 kPa)
3.31 Centre the appliance in the appliance opening, making
sure the appliance has enough room behind it for the gas
line to run behind the log set under the log support.
3.3.2 Route the gas line and sizing using piping ½” diameter or
greater to allow the full volume of gas to the appliance.
The routing of the gas line has to be done to local and /
or national codes.
3.3.3 When rigid pipe is used an ANSI approved manual shut
off and a union must be installed upstream within the
3.3.4 To ensure the appliance operates reliably install a sediment trap upstream of the appliance within the
structures of the piping system.
3.3.5 When using propane, a regulator must be used between the tank and the outside wall of the house to
ensure the line pressure does not exceed 14” w.c.
3.3.6 Check gas connections with a gas detection device to test for leaks in the system. Soapy water
mixture can also be used to check for leaks.
3.3.7 Once all the gas connections are tested for leaks, start the appliance. Follow the lighting instructions
to ensure the appliance is working properly before ﬁ nishing.
4.1 ANDIRON AND GRATE ASSEMBLY
4.1.1 With the 2 andirons laying face
down, secure the grate overtop
using 2x ¼-20 bolts (supplied in the
4.1.2 Install the grate/andiron assembly
to the burner base using 4x ¾” self
tapping screws (supplied in the
USE ONLY ACCESSORIES
DESIGNED FOR AND
LISTED WITH YOUR
SPECIFIC LOG SET.