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Jøtul C450 Kennebec Fireplace Insert Jøtul C450 Kennebec Fireplace Insert Installation and Operating Instructions for the United States & Canada Keep these instructions for future reference. 1 Welcome

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Jøtul C450 Kennebec Fireplace Insert Jøtul C450 Kennebec Fireplace Insert Installation and Operating Instructions for the United States & Canada Keep these instructions for future reference. 1 Welcome to Jøtul... Congratulations on the purchase of your new Jøtul C 450 Kennebec Fireplace Insert. We at Jøtul are glad you ve made the decision to warm your hearth with a Jøtul product. Your new fireplace insert exemplifies our experience gained over 150 years as the world s largest manufacturer of solid fuel burning appliances. We ve been making fine quality cast iron wood and coal stoves and fireplaces continuously since The C 450 Kennebec Fireplace Insert combines advanced wood combustion technology with the warm, traditional elements of cast iron. With proper care and use, your Jøtul fireplace will provide you with many years of safe, dependable and satisfying service. The C 450 Kennebec Fireplace Insert is designed and approved for installation into an existing, conventional masonry fireplace. Please take a few minutes to familiarize yourself with this manual and the features of your new Jøtul fireplace. 2 Table of Contents Standards and Safety Notices Standards / Codes... 4 Safety Notices... 5 Preparation... 5 Specifications C450 Kennebec Fireplace Insert... 6 C450 Kennebec Surround Assembly... 6 Installation Masonry Fireplace Requirements... 7 Factory-built Fireplace Requirements... 7 Chimney Height... 7 Clearance to Combustibles... 8 Hearth Protection... 9 Chimney Connection Surround Assembly Mantel Heat Shield Assembly Blower Operation Wood Fuel Air Control Starting / Maintaining the Fire Formation of Creosote Maintenance Ash Removal Glass Care General Maintenance Gaskets Illustrated Parts Breakdown Parts List Appendix A Alternate Floor Protection Installation and Operation Instructions for USA/Canada Installation et fonctionnement pour Canada SAFETY NOTICE: IF THIS SOLID FUEL ROOM HEATER IS NOT PROPERLY INSTALLED, A HOUSE FIRE MAY RESULT. FOR YOUR SAFETY, FOLLOW THE INSTALLATION DIRECTIONS. CONTACT LOCAL BUILDING OR FIRE OFFICIALS ABOUT RESTRICTIONS AND INSTALLATION INSPECTION REQUIREMENTS IN YOUR AREA. SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS FOR FUTURE REFERENCE. Avis de sécurité: Une installation non appropriée de ce poêle de chauffage risque de provoquer un incendie. Assurez votre sécurité en respectant les directives d installation suivantes. Consultez les autorités locales du bâtiment ou de la prévention des incendies au sujet des restrictions et exigences relatives aux inspections d installations dans votre région. Tested and listed by ITS, Intertek Testing Services, Middleton, Wisconsin. Tested to U.S. Standards: ANSI/UL 1482, Canadian Standards: CAN/ULC-S627-M93 Standards The Jøtul C450 Kennebec Fireplace Insert has been tested and listed to: U.S: ANSI/UL 1482 Canada: CAN/ULC-S Tests performed by: ITS, Intertek Testing Services, Middleton, WI Manufactured and distributed by: Jøtul North America 55 Hutcherson Dr. Gorham, ME MEA No E This heater meets the U.S. Environment Protection Agency s Emissions limits for wood heaters manufactured and sold after July 1, Under specific test conditions, this heater has shown heat output at rates ranging from 10,000 to 35,000 BTU s per hour. THE JØTUL C450 KENNEBEC FIREPLACE INSERT IS ONLY LISTED TO BURN WOOD. DO NOT BURN ANY OTHER FUELS. READ THIS ENTIRE MANUAL BEFORE YOU INSTALL AND USE YOUR NEW FIREPLACE INSERT. SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS AND MAKE THEM AVAILABLE TO ANYONE USING OR SERVICING THE FIREPLACE. Check Building Codes When installing, operating and maintaining your Jøtul C450 Kennebec Fireplace Insert, follow the guidelines presented in these instructions, and make them available to anyone using or servicing the stove. Your city, town, county or province may require a building permit to install a solid fuel burning appliance. In the U.S., the National Fire Protection Association s Code, NFPA 211, Standards for Chimneys, Fireplaces, Vents and Solid Fuel Burning Appliances, or similar regulations, may apply to the installation of a solid fuel burning appliance in your area. In Canada, the guideline is established by the CSA Standard, CAN/CSA-B365-M93, Installation Code for Solid-Fuel-Burning Appliances and Equipment. Always consult your local building inspector or authority having jurisdiction to determine what regulations apply in your area. 4 Safety Notices BURN SOLID WOOD FUEL ONLY DO NOT USE CHEMICALS OR FLUIDS TO START THE FIRE. DO NOT BURN GARBAGE OR FLAMMABLE FLUIDS. IF THIS ROOM HEATER IS NOT PROPERLY INSTALLED, A HOUSE FIRE MAY RESULT. TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE, FOLLOW THE INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS. FAILURE TO FOLLOW THESE INSTRUCTIONS MAY RESULT IN PROPERTY DAMAGE, BODILY INJURY, OR LOSS OF LIFE. CONTACT THE LOCAL BUILDING OR FIRE OFFICIALS ABOUT RESTRICTIONS AND INSTALLATION INSPECTION REQUIREMENTS IN YOUR AREA. WHEN NOT ADDRESSED IN THIS MANUAL, OR BY LOCAL CODE AUTHORI- TIES, INSTALLATION SPECIFICATIONS AND REQUIREMENTS DEFER TO NFPA 211. DO NOT CONNECT THIS FIREPLACE TO ANY AIR DISTRIBUTION DUCT OR SYSTEM. EXTREMELY HOT WHILE IN OPERATION! KEEP CHILDREN, CLOTHING AND FURNITURE AWAY. CONTACT WILL CAUSE SKIN BURNS. NEVER OPERATE THE FIREPLACE WITH A CRACKED OR BROKEN GLASS PANEL. Install smoke detectors in the living areas and bedrooms of your home. Test them regularly and install new batteries twice annually. When installed in the same room as the stove, a smoke detector should be located as far from the stove as possible to prevent it from sounding when adding fuel to the fire. Avoid creating a low pressure condition in the room where the stove is operating. Be aware that operation of an exhaust fan or clothes dryer can create a low pressure area and consequently promote flow reversal through the stove and chimney system. The chimney and building, however, always work together as a system - provision of outside air, directly or indirectly to an atmospherically vented appliance will not guarantee proper chimney performance. Consult your local Jøtul authorized dealer regarding specific installation/ performance issues. Installation Preparation We strongly urge you to have your authorized Jøtul dealer install your new Jøtul C450 Kennebec Fireplace Insert. If you install the unit yourself, ask your dealer to review your installation plans. Check with local building officials to determine what permits may be required before installation. Notify your insurance company before installing this fireplace. Approved Installations The Jøtul C450 Kennebec Fireplace Insert may be installed into an existing masonry fireplace with a fully-lined masonry chimney. Unpacking the Fireplace All components of the Jøtul C450 Kennebec Fireplace Insert are contained within the carton on a single pallet. Carefully unpack the contents and inspect each item for damage. Notify your dealer of any damage such as dents, cracked glass, or broken bricks. Contents: Steel Firebox - including Firebricks, 18 installed Surround Panels - Matte Black / Blue Black Left Breastplate Right Breastplate Left Leg Panel Right Leg Panel Trim Rod Ashlip Assembly / Base Extension Hardware Bag Fireplace Conversion Notice Plate M6 x 12 Hex Head Flange Bolts, 4 M6 x 10 Hex Head Flange Bolts, 2 M6 Fender Washers, 4 Stove Tool Tools & Materials Required: work gloves safety glasses tape measure phillips screwdriver tin snips power drill High Temperature Sealant 1 (25 mm) masonry anchors or nails, two #10 x 1/2 sheet metal screws, three 10 mm open end wrench or socket 5 25 1/4 641 mm 2 1/2 64 mm to Glass Panel 6 1/2 165 mm mm 25 1/2 635 mm Figure 1. Maximum Sleeve Adjustment Surround Panel to Glass Panel Firebox Sleeve 2 7 Firebox Sleeve Firebox Firebox Figure 2. Minimum Sleeve Adjustment 9 1/4 235 mm 1 1/2 38 mm 5 1/4 158 mm 16 3/4 425 mm 8 1/2 216 mm 12 3/4 349 mm 12 1/2 311 mm Jøtul C450 Kennebec Specifications Performance Fuel: 20 Logs Heat Output 1 : 50,000 BTU/hr. (4.1 kg/hr.) Heating Capacity 2 : 1,100-1,600 sq. ft. Overall Efficiency 3 : 71% Emissions: 4.4 grams/hr. Burn Time: 4-9 hours Optional Blower: 125 cfm. Shipping Weight: 445 lbs. (202 kg.) 1 Maximum Heat Output based on total kilograms of dry wood burned in a one hour period. 2 Heating Capacity and Maximum Burn Time will vary depending on design of home, climate, wood type and operation. 3 Overall Efficiency is based on a burn rate of.99 kg wood per hour. The Jøtul C450 Kennebec Fireplace Insert meets U.S. EPA emission limits for wood heaters sold after July 1990, and are tested and listed to ANSI/UL 1482, and CAN/ULC S It is intended for installation in accordance with NFPA 211 or CAN/CSA B365. MEA No E 5 1/4 158 mm to 9 1/4 235 mm 30 1/4 768 mm mm mm mm 12 3/4-16 3/4 324 mm mm Cabinet Depth Adjustment Figure 3. Overall Surround Dimensions Figure 4. Flue Collar Centerline from Front Face 6 Installation Masonry Fireplace Requirements The entire fireplace and chimney must be cleaned and inspected before installation. The system must meet local building code requirements. The structure and components must be free of any defects such as cracks or broken bricks or flue tiles. Any damage must be repaired before installation. Any opening that may exist between the masonry of the fireplace and the facing masonry must be permanently sealed. The chimney must have a clay tile liner or a stainless steel liner utilizing a positive connection. DO NOT REMOVE BRICKS OR MORTAR FROM THE FIREPLACE OR CHIMNEY STRUCTURE. However, masonry or steel may be removed from the smoke shelf and adjacent damper frame area to accommodate installation of a chimney liner, provided that their removal will not weaken the structure of the fireplace or chimney, and will not reduce protection for combustible materials. CHIMNEY HEIGHT: Minimum - 15 ft. ( 4.57 meters) Maximum - 33 ft. (10.5 meters) Minimum Fireplace Dimensions A: FRONT WIDTH * /2 (698 mm) B: HEIGHT (584 mm) C: REAR WIDTH /2 (648 mm) D: REAR HEIGHT /2 (546 mm) E: DEPTH (355 mm) *NOTE: Width dimension accommodates clearance for Surround attachment to the front of the firebox. Factory-Built Fireplace Requirements The Jøtul C450 may be installed into a factory-built fireplace with the following conditions: The factory-built fireplace must be listed per UL 127 or ULC S610. Installation must include a full height listed chimney liner meeting type HT requirements (2100F) per UL 1777 (U.S.) or ULC S635 (CAN). The liner must be securely attached to the insert flue collar and the chimney top. The damper or fireplace front must be sealed to prevent passage of room air into the the chimney cavity. Circulating air chambers (i.e. in a steel fireplace liner or metal heat circulator) may not be blocked. Air flow within and around the fireplace shall not be altered by installation of the insert. The C450 Surround Panels comply with this requirement. Alteration of the fireplace is limited to a) removal of the damper for liner installation b) removal of external, non-functional trim which must be stored within the fireplace for replacement. Fireplace Conversion Notice PN must be permanently attached to the back of the fireplace. Final approval is contingent on the authority having local jurisdiction. E C D B A Figure 5. Minimum Fireplace Dimensions 7 Clearance to Combustible Materials There may be no combustible materials located anywhere within 36 (914 mm) of the front of the fireplace insert. This precaution includes items such as drapes or doors that could swing into the area within 36 of the insert. Clearance (open space) must be maintained between the fireplace insert and combustible materials located above and to the side. See figures 6-8 for minimum dimensions. 55 1/2 142 cm cm 52 1/2 134 cm MANTEL AREA mm 5 5/8 143 mm 7 3/4 197 mm 9 7/8 250 mm mm Minimum Clearances Clearances are measured from the hearth surface, glass, or centerline as noted below. A: Hearth Protection, width from centerline (508 mm) B: Hearth Protection, forward from glass (457 mm) C: Side Trim, 1 max. thickness, from centerline /4 (527 mm) D: Side Room Wall /4 (1124 mm) E: Mantel- with no Heat Shield: 3 1/2 (90 mm) /2 (1257 mm) F: Mantel- with no Heat Shield: 12 (304 mm) max. depth /2 (1410 mm) cm 49 1/2 126 cm Figure 7. Mantel Clearances - measured from the hearth surface to the lowest mantel surface mm MANTEL AREA B A C D E F 43 1/2 111 cm cm 40 1/2 103 cm cm 3 1/2 89 mm 5 5/8 143 mm 7 3/4 197 mm 9 7/8 250 mm 8 Figure 6. Clearance Diagram - No Heat Shielding Mantel Clearance with Optional Heat Shield Clearance may be reduced as shown in fig. 8. Maximum approved Mantel Depth is 12. Clearance is measured from the hearth to the bottom of the mantel as illustrated. 37 1/2 95 cm Figure 8. Mantel Clearances, with Mantel Heat Shield measured from the hearth to the mantel. 20 1/2 (521 mm) from face 2 1/2 (64 mm) 24 1/2 (622 mm) from face 6 1/2 (165 mm) 18 (457 mm) from glass Firebox Sleeve 18 (457 mm) from glass Firebox Sleeve Figure 9. Sleeve adjustment results in minimum firebox extension forward of fireplace face. Figure 10. Provide hearth protection to accommodate maximum firebox extension forward of fireplace face. Hearth Protection Requirements The floor area in front of fireplace insert must be protected from live sparks and radiant heat. Materials: Hearth protection must be noncombustible insulating board, having an R value of 2.92 (0.343 K-value) such as Kaowool 2600 #15 or the equivalent mortared masonry material. See Appendix A on page 18 for information how to calculate the R-value of alternative materials. Alternate protection must composed of materials as specified by NFPA 211. Protected Area: 18 Deep x 40 Wide A) Front - The protection must extend at least 18 inches (457 mm) forward from the glass panel in the fireplace insert doors. B) Sides - Protection must extend 20 inches (508 mm) to both sides of the centerline of the insert. Note that the firebox may extend out forward of the fireplace face depending on where the cabinet sleeve has been set to accommodate flue connection. Always measure hearth protection from the final, installed position of the firebox and glass doors. See figures 9 and 10. 9 Chimney Connection A positive connection must be made between the fireplace insert and the chimney by one of the two following approved methods. In the U.S: See fig. 11. The insert is connected to a listed stainless steel flexible connector that extends beyond the chimney flue tile liner. Alternatively, 22 ga. blue steel or greater may be used. A sealed block-off plate must be installed at the damper area of the existing fireplace. In Canada: See fig. 11a. This fireplace insert must be installed with a continuous chimney liner of 6 (152 mm) diameter extending from the fireplace insert to the top of the chimney. The chimney liner must conform to the Class 3 requirements of CAN/ULC-S635, Standard for Lining Systems for Existing Masonry or Factory-Built Chimneys and Vents, or CAN/ULC-S640, Standard for Lining Systems for New Masonry Chimneys. Do not use aluminum or galvanized steel pipe for chimney connection components - these materials are not suitable for use with solid fuel. Installation 1. Remove the existing damper and linkage components from the fireplace. Alternatively, you can wire the damper plate to lock it in the open position. Thoroughly clean the firebox and smokeshelf area with a wire brush. 2. If the fireplace has been modified to accommodate installation, use anchors or masonry nails to attach the metal Fireplace Conversion Notice Plate (PN ) to the back wall of the masonry fireplace firebox where it will be readily seen should the insert be removed. 3. Install the Flex Connection plate according to the manufacturer s instructions. The sealing plate may require trimming to accommodate your specific fireplace damper. Apply sealant around damper opening Flex Connector Flex Connector Pipe extends into the flue tile Adjustable Sealing Plate Damper Frame Locking Bracket Attach Fireplace Conversion Notice Plate to Rear Wall of Fireplace Figure 11. Positive Chimney Connection - U.S. 10 Installing the Firebox 1. If appropriate, use 3 flexible noncombustible duct to connect an outside air inlet to the air inlet collar at the back of the firebox. 2. With assistance, move the firebox into position within the fireplace and align the insert flue collar with the Adaptor Collar. 3. Attach the flue connector pipe. Use a 1/8 bit to drill attachment holes into connector pipe at the three pilot hole locations in the insert Flue Collar. Secure the flue connector pipe using three #10 x 1/2 sheet metal screws. 4. Adjust the position of the Firebox to ensure that the Surround Panel Hangers are flush with, or slightly proud of, the outside face of the fireplace. If the Hangers are set back from the face, you will be unable to engage the Surround Hanger Clips with the holes in the Hangers. Masonry or Listed HT Prefabricated Chimney Cap Sealed connection to chimney cap Damper linkage removed and plate is removed or locked open Attach Fireplace Conversion Notice Plate to Rear Wall of Fireplace Figure 11a. Positive Chimney Connection - Canada. 11 Tools Required: 10 mm socket or wrench Left Breastplate Right Leg Right Breastplate M6 x 12 Flange Bolt M6 x 10 Flange Bolt Set Screw M6 x 12 Flange Bolt H M6 x 10 Flange Bolt Trim Rod Left Leg M6 x 10 Flange Bolts Hang Tab should point straight down Figure 12. Surround Panel Assembly Surround Assembly All fasteners have already been installed in the appropriate locations at the factory. You will need to remove them, attach the parts together as described below and re-install the fasteners at those locations. 1. Layout the parts. Place the castings face down on a protective surface such as carpeting, blankets or a sheet of cardboard. See fig. 12, page Attach the Breastplates to each other. Use a 10 mm socket or wrench with two M6 x 10 hex head flange bolts. 3. Attach the Leg plates. The Legs must be oriented with the Hang Tabs on the inside edges as shown in fig. 12. Use the two remaining M6x 12 hex head flange bolts to attach the Legs to the Breastplate assembly. See Fig Install thetrim Rod, using the two M6 x 10 bolts located on the Right and Left Legs. 5. Optional: Install the Wide Surround. If you will be installing the optional Wide Surround Panels, use the instructions included with that kit. 6. Optional: Install Mantel Heat Shield If you will be installing the optional Mantel Heat Shield, use the instructions included with that kit. 7. Attach the Assembly to the Firebox. Lift the entire assembly upright and position it in front of the insert firebox. DO NOT LIFT THE ASSEMBLY BY THE TRIM ROD. The four Hang Tabs on the surround legs must engage with the adjacent holes in the two brackets on either side of the firebox opening. The surround will easily engage with these brackets if the firebox is slightly proud of the fireplace opening. Hang the surround assembly on the firebox and push the entire unit into position so that the surround is flush against the fireplace face. Final leg panel alignment can be adjusted by slightly loosening or tightening those attachment bolts as necessary. 12 CONTENTS: 1. Blower Housing 2. Blower Heat Shield 3. Snapstat Extension Assembly 4. Power Switch 5. Power Cord Receptacle 6. Power Cord 7. Ground Wire (Green) 8. Air Deflector 9. M6 x 12 flange head nuts, 3 10.M4 plain hex nut, 4 11.#8 x 1/2 sheet metal screws, TOOL OLS REQU EQUIRED: ED: safety gloves and goggles 7 mm wrench or long socket 8 mm wrench 10 mm wrench or long socket 1/4 nut driver flat head screwdriver small pliers Figure 13. Kit Contents Blower Optional Blower The optional two-speed blower will enhance heat circulation around the firebox and out into the room. The blower is controlled by a heat activated switch (snapstat) that will ONLY function when the control switch is in either the HI or LOW setting. After the fire has been burning for a time, the snapstat will react to the heat and activate the blowe
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