INSTALLATION AND OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS

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IMPORTANT:THESE INSTRUCTIONS ARE TOREMAIN WITH THE HOMEOWNERSAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONSSERIAL #SAFETY NOTICEIf this stove is not properly installed, a housefire may result. For your safety, follow theinstallation instructions. Contact localbuilding or fire officials about restrictions andinstallation inspection requirements in yourarea.INSTALLATIONAND OPERATINGINSTRUCTIONSMeets the US Environmental ProtectionAgency's 2020 Particulate EmissionStandards.MODEL:SUPER INSERT LEVisit www.pacificenergy.net for the most recent version of this manual210619-28SUPER INSERT LE100002686

Table of ContentsRating Label .3Efficiency and BTU Output.3Safety .4Chimney Smoke and Creosote Formation.4Chimney Fires.4To Avoid a Chimney Fire.5In Case of a Chimney Fire.5Curing of the Paint Finish.5Disposal of Ashes.5Operation .6Wood Selection.6DO NOT BURN :.6How to Test Your Wood.6Lighting a fire.7Normal Operation.7Convection Blower Operation.8Restarting After Extended or Overnight Burns.8Proper Draft.8Ash Removal.8Maintenance .9Door Gaskets -.9Door Glass - .9Maintenance Checks .10Weekly:.10Monthly.10When Cleaning the Chimney System:.10Blower:.10Baffle:.10Baffle Removal .10Removal.10Dimensions .11Surround Dimensions.11Minimum Fireplace Dimensions .12Hearth Requirements:.12Ember Protection:.13Optional Leveling Legs.13Clearances .14Minimum Clearances to Combustibles.14Installation .15Into a Masonry Fireplace.15Into a Factory Built Fireplace.18Combustion Air.18Electrical Supply.19Fan Cover Removal .19Surround Assembly and Installation .20Fan Speed Controller Relocation .21Troubleshooting .23Firebrick Installation .24Replacement Parts .26!WARNINGHOT GLASS WILL CAUSEBURNS.DO NOT TOUCH GLASS UNTILCOOLED.NEVER ALLOW CHILDREN TOTOUCH GLASS.PLEASE SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONSThis manual describes the installation and operation of the Pacific Energy, SUPER INSERT LE;Fireplace Insert wood heater. Please read this entire manual before you install and use your new roomheater. Failure to follow instructions may result in property damage, bodily injury, or even death.NOTE: WE STRONGLY RECOMMEND THAT SMOKE AND CARBON MONOXIDE DETECTORS BE INSTALLED INTHE AREA WHERE THE HEATER IS TO BE INSTALLED.If smoke detectors have been previously installed, you may notice that they are operating more frequently.This may be due to curing of stove paint or fumes caused by accidentally leaving the fire door open. Do notdisconnect the detectors.SAFETY NOTICE: If this stove is not properly installed, a house fire may result. For your safety, followthe installation instructions. Contact local building or fire officials about restrictions and installationinspection requirements in you area.1000026872SUPER INSERT LE 210619-28

Rating LabelThis heater meets the 2020 U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's crib wood emission limits for woodheaters sold after May 15, 2020 using Method 28R. Under specific test conditions this heater has beenshown to deliver heat at rates ranging from 12,518 to 38,177 Btu/hr.MODEL / MODÈLE:SUPER INSERT LEALDERLEA T5 INSERT LELISTED SOLID WOOD FUEL FIREPLACE INSERT / APPAREIL DU TYPE INSERTION DE COMBUSTIBLE SOLIDE DE CHEMINÉECERTIFIED FOR USE IN CANADA AND U.S.A.CERTIFIED TO / CERTIFIÉ POUR:ULCS628-93/ UL1482 (2011)Refer to Intertek’s Directory of Building Products for detailed informationC# 4001507MINIMUM CLEARANCE TO COMBUSTIBLES (MEASURED FROM FAN COVERS)DÉGAGEMENT MINIMUM AUX COMBUSTIBLES (MESURÉ À PARTIR DE COUVERTURES DE ////10 IN12IN12IN6 IN18 IN16 IN8 ININSTALL ONLY ON A NON-COMBUSTIBLE HEARTH UNDER THE UNIT, EXTENDING A DISTANCE OF 16IN /406MM IN FRONT OF THE FIREPLACE OPENING FACE. // INSTALLER UNIQUEMENT SUR UN COEUR NONCOMBUSTIBLE SOUS L’APPAREIL, S’ÉTENDANT À UNE DISTANCE DE 16po / 406mm DEVANT LE FACED’OUVERTURE DU FOYER. INSTALL AND USE ONLY IN ACCORDANCE WITH PACIFIC ENERGY’S INSTALLATION ANDOPERATING INSTRUCTIONS.CONTACT LOCAL BUILDING OR FIRE OFFICIALS ABOUT CODES, RESTRICTIONS ANDINSTALLATION INSPECTION IN YOUR AREA.INSTALL AND USE ONLY IN MASONRY OR FACTORY BUILT FIREPLACE.DO NOT CONNECT THIS UNIT TO A CHIMNEY FLUE SERVING ANOTHER APPLIANCE.COMPONENTS REQUIRED FOR INSTALLATION : FULL FLUE LINER CONFORMING TO CAN/ULC-S635 OR CAN/ULC-S640. IN U.S.A. FLUE LINER CONFORMING TO UL-1777 OR DIRECTFLUE CONNECTION ASSEMBLY.ELECTRICAL RATING 115V, 60HZ, 1.2 AMP. ROUTE POWER CORD AWAY FROM UNIT.DANGER: RISK OF ELECTRICAL SHOCK. DISCONNECT POWER BEFORE SERVICING UNIT.FOR USE WITH SOLID WOOD FUEL ONLY. DO NOT USE GRATE OR ELEVATE FIRE - BUILDWOOD FIRE DIRECTLY ON HEARTH.OPERATE ONLY WITH FEED DOOR CLOSED. OPEN TO FEED FIRE ONLY. REPLACE GLASSONLY WITH CERAMIC GLASS.INSPECT AND CLEAN CHIMNEY FREQUENTLY. UNDER CERTAIN CONDITIONS OF USE,CREOSOTE BUILDUP MAY OCCUR RAPIDLY.STOVE IS DESIGNED TO BURN CORDWOOD ONLY. BURNING OTHER MATERIALS MAYCAUSE DAMAGE TO STOVE OR HOME.THIS WOOD HEATER NEEDS PERIODIC INSPECTION AND REPAIR FOR PROPER OPERATION.CONSULT THE OWNER’S MANUAL FOR FURTHER INFORMATION.IT IS AGAINST FEDERAL REGULATIONS TO OPERATE THIS WOOD HEATER IN A MANNERINCONSISTENT WITH THE OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS IN THE OWNER’S MANUALU.S. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY.Certified to comply with 2020 crib wood particulateemission standards, using test Method 28R.1.8260419g/hr ADJACENT SIDE WALLA) ADJACENT SIDEWALL / PAROI LATÉRALE ADJACENTEB) MANTEL / MANTEAUC) TOP FACING / REVÊTEMENT SUPÉRIEURD) SIDE FACING / REVÊTEMENT LATÉRALE) FIRING SIDE / EPREUVE DU FEU, CANADAFIRING SIDE, U.S.A.F) OTHER SIDES / AUTRES CÔTÉS.BCDAFEFCLEARANCE TO COMBUSTIBLESINSTALLEZ ET UTILISEZ SELON LES INSTRUCTIONS D’INSTALLATION ET D’UTILISATION DEPACIFIC ENERGY.CONTACTEZ LES AGENTS LOCAUX DU CODE DU BÂTIMENT OU DU SERVICE-INCENDIE,CONCERNANT LES CODES, RESTRICTIONS ET EXIGENCES D’INSPECTION D’INSTALLATIONDE VOTRE RÉGION.INSTALLEZ ET UTILISEZ SEULEMENT DANS UN FOYER PRÉFABRIQUÉ OU ENMAÇONNERIE. NE RACCORDEZ PAS CET APPAREIL À UN CONDUIT DE CHEMINÉEDESSERVANT UN AUTRE APPAREIL.COMPOSANTS REQUIS POUR L’INSTALLATION : GAINE DE CHEMINÉE COMPLÈTECONFORME À CAN/ULC-S635 OU CAN/ULC-S640.ALIMENTATION ÉLECTRIQUE : 115 V, 60 HZ, 1.2 AMP. ÉLOIGNEZ LE CORDON ÉLECTRIQUEDE L’APPAREIL. DANGER : RISQUE D’ÉLECTROCUTION.POUR UTILISATION AVEC BOIS SOLIDE SEULEMENT. AUCUN PORTE-BÛCHES NI FEUSURÉLEVÉ - MONTEZ LES BÛCHES DE BOIS DIRECTEMENT SUR L’ÂTRE. REMPLACEZ LAVITRE SEULEMENT PAR UNE VITRE EN CÉRAMIQUE.INSPECTEZ ET NETTOYEZ LA CHEMINÉE RÉGULIÈREMENT - EN CERTAINES CONDITIONS,DES DÉPÔTS DE CRÉOSOTE PEUVENT SE FORMER RAPIDEMENT.UTILISEZ CET APPAREIL SEULEMENT AVEC LA PORTE DE CHARGEMENT FERMÉE.OUVREZ-LA SEULEMENT POUR ALIMENTER LE FEU. CE POÊLE EST CONÇU UNIQUEMENTPOUR BRÛLER DU BOIS DE CORDE. BRÛLER D’AUTRES MATÉRIAUX PEUT ENDOMMAGERLE POÊLE OU LE BÂTIMENT.COUPEZ L’ALIMENTATION ÉLECTRIQUE AVANT TOUT TRAVAIL D’ENTRETIEN SURL’APPAREIL.MADE IN CANADADATE OF MANUFACTUREMANUFACTURED BY:PACIFIC ENERGY FIREPLACE PRODUCTS LTD.2975 ALLENBY RD., DUNCAN, BC V9L 6V8SUPER INSERT LE100002100SUPER ALT5 Insert LE Rating label.Efficiency and BTU OutputEPA Certified Emissions1.8 grams per hourLHV Tested Efficiency 177%HHV Tested Efficiency 271%EPA BTU Output 312,518 to 38,177 btu/hrMaximum Wood Length18 inchesIdeal Wood Length16-18 inchesFuelSeasoned Cord wood1 Weighted Average Lower Heating Value (LHV) efficiency astested using CSA B415 Performance testing of solid-fuelburning heating appliances. LHV assumes the moisture isalready in a vapour state so there is no loss of energy2 Weighted Average Higher Heating Value (HHV) efficiencyas tested using CSA B415 Performance testing of solid-fuelburning heating appliances. HHV includes the energy requiredto vaporize the water in the fuel3 The range of BTU outputs is based on efficiency usingCSA B415 Performance testing of solid-fuel-burning heatingappliances and burn rates from the low and high EPA testsusing Douglas Fir dimensional lumber.Experience will give you the right settings for proper combustion and efficient burning. Remember the correctair inlet setting is affected by variables such as type of wood, outside temperature, chimney size and weatherconditions. With practice, you will become proficient in operating your heater and will obtain the performancefor which it was designed.SUPER INSERT LE 210619-283100002686

SafetyCAUTION: Never use gasoline type lantern fuel, kerosene, charcoal lighter fluid or similar liquids tostart or "freshen up" a fire in this heater. Keep all such liquids well away from the heater while it is inuse.Instruct all members of your family on the safe operation of the heater. Ensure they have enoughknowledge of the entire system if they are expected to operate it. Stress the section on chimney firesand the importance of following the steps outlined "In Case of Chimney Fire".Chimney Smoke and Creosote FormationWhen wood is burned slowly, it produces tar and other organic vapours, which combine with expelledmoisture to form creosote. The creosote vapours condense in the relatively cool chimney flue of a slowburning fire. As a result, creosote residue accumulates on the flue lining. When ignited, this creosote makesan extremely hot fire. The chimney connector and chimney should be inspected periodically (at least onceevery two months) during the heating season to determine if a creosote buildup has occurred. If creosote hasaccumulated (3 mm. or more), it should be removed to reduce the risk of a chimney fire.1. Highest smoke densities and emissions occur when a large amount of wood is added to a bed of hotcoals and the air inlet is closed. The heated wood generates smoke, but without ample air, the smokecannot burn. Smoke-free, clean burning requires small fuel loads, two or three logs at a time or 1/4 to 1/2of fuel load and leaving the air inlet relatively wide open, especially during the first 10 to 30 minutes aftereach loading, when most of the smoke generating reactions are occurring. After 30 minutes or so, the airinlet can be turned down substantially without excessive smoke generation. Wood coals create very littlecreosote-producing smoke.2. The cooler the surface over which the wood smoke is passing, the more creosote will be condensed.Wet or green wood contributes significantly to creosote formation as the excess moisture that is boiledoff cools the fire, making it difficult for the tars and gases to ignite, thus creating dense smoke and poor combustion. This moisture-laden smoke cools the chimney, compounding the problem by offering thesmoke the ideal place to condense.In summary, a certain amount of creosote is inevitable. Regular inspection and cleaning is the solution. Theuse of dry, seasoned wood and ample combustion air will help to minimize annoying smoke emissions andcreosote buildup.Chimney FiresThe dangerous side effect of excessive creosote buildup is a chimney fire. This causes much higher thannormal temperatures in the chimney and on its exterior surfaces. Temperatures inside the chimney canexceed 2000 F (1100 C). Ignition of nearby or touching combustible material is more likely during a chimneyfire. Proper clearances are critical to prevent damage during such a fire.Chimney fires are easy to detect; they usually involve one or more of the following: Flames and sparks shooting out of the top of the chimneyA roaring soundVibration of the chimney1000026874SUPER INSERT