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  • Page 1 Contact your local building or fire officials about restrictions and installation inspection  requirements in your area. Save these instructions.  UNITED STATES STOVE COMPANY • 227 INDUSTRIAL PARK ROAD • SOUTH PITTSBURG, TENNESSEE 37380 • WWW.USSTOVE.COM FOR TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE: PHONE: (800) 750-2723 FAX: (423) 837-2109 Part No.: 851712 USSC NorthlineExpress.com...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents TABLE OF CONTENTS ....................2 SAFETy PrECAuTiONS ................... 3 SPECiFiCATiONS ....................... 4 HeatingSpecifications ..................4 Dimensions ...................... 4 ElectricalSpecifications ................... 4 FuelConsiderations ..................4 SafetyandEPACompliance ................4 iNSTALLATiON ......................5 InstallationOptions ..................5 FloorProtection ....................5 Clearances ...................... 6 VentingRequirements ..................
  • Page 3: Safety Precautions

    Safety Precautions IMPORTANT:Readthisentiremanualbeforeinstalling Allow the stove to cool before performing any   and operating this product. Failure to do so may maintenance or cleaning. Ashes must be disposed resultinpropertydamage,bodilyinjury,orevendeath. inametalcontainerwithatightfittinglid.Theclosed Properinstallationofthisstoveiscrucialforsafeand container of ashes should be placed on a non- efficientoperation.
  • Page 4: Specifications

    Specifications Heating Specifications HeatOutput 48,000BTU/hr. 800-2,000sq.ft. Heating Capacity 2.0-6.0lbs./hr. Fuel Burn Rate BurnTime(lowestsetting) 60hrs. HopperCapacity 150lbs. BTUoutputwillvarydependingonthequalityoffuel.UsePFIlistedfuelsforthebestresults. Heatingcapacitywillvarydependingonfloorplanlayoutofyourhome,degreeofinsulation,andtheoutsidetemperature. Pelletsizemayeffecttheactualrateoffuelfeedandburntimes.Fuelfeedratesmayvarybyasmuchas20%.UsePFIlistedfuelforbestresults. Dimensions Height 34 in. Width 26 in. Depth 25 in. Weight 250lbs. Electrical Specifications 110-120volts,60HZ,3.0Amps Electrical Rating Watts(operational) 175(approx.) Watts(igniterrunning) 425(approx.) FuEL CONSidErATiONS YourPellet stove is designedtoburnpremiumhardwoodpelletsthatcomplywithAssociationofPelletFuelIndustries standards.(Minimumof40lbsdensitypercubicft,1/4”to5/16”diameter,lengthnogreaterthan1.5”,notlessthan...
  • Page 5: Installation

     result in property damage, bodily injury, or even death! (See specific installation details for clearances and other installation requirements) AFreestanding Unit—supportedbypedestal/legsandplacedonanon-combustiblefloorsurfaceincompliancewith clearancerequirementsforafreestandingstoveinstallation. AnAlcove Unit—supportedbypedestal/legsandplacedonanon-combustiblefloorsurfaceincompliancewithclearance requirementsforanalcoveinstallation. YourKing stovemaybeinstalledtocodeineitheraconventionalormobile home (seeSPECIALMOBILEHOME REQUIREMENTS). ItisrecommendedthatonlyaauthorizedtechnicianinstallyourKing stove,preferablyanNFIcertifiedspecialist. iMPrOPEr iNSTALLATiON: Themanufacturerwillnotbeheldresponsiblefordamagecausedbythemalfunc- tionofastoveduetoimproperventingorinstallation.Call(800)750-2723and/orconsultaprofessionalinstaller ifyouhaveanyquestions. FLOOr PrOTECTiON Thisunitmustbeinstalledonanon-combustiblefloorsurface.Ifafloorpadisused,itshouldbeULlistedorequal.
  • Page 6: Clearances

    Your King stove has been tested and listed for installation in residential, mobile home, and alcove applications in accordancewiththeclearancesgiveninFIGURES3-5andTABLE1. NOTE: Distance “C” on the left-hand side of your King stove may need to be greater than the minimum required clearance for suitable access to the control panel.
  • Page 7: VentingRequirements

    Installation vENTiNg rEquirEMENTS Install vent at clearances specified by the vent manufacturer.  Do not connect the pellet vent to a vent serving any other appliance or stove.  Do not install a flue damper in the exhaust venting system of this unit. ...
  • Page 8: VentTerminationClearances

    Installation vENT TErMiNATiON CLEArANCES: Minimum4-footclearancebeloworbesideanydoororwindowthatopens. Minimum1-footclearanceaboveanydoororwindowthatopens. Minimum3-footclearancefromanyadjacentbuilding. Minimum7-footclearancefromanygradewhenadjacenttopublicwalkways. Minimum2-footclearanceaboveanygrass,plants,orothercombustiblematerials. Minimum3-footclearancefromanforcedairintakeofanyappliance. Minimum2-footclearancebelowevesoroverhang. Minimum1-footclearancehorizontallyfromcombustiblewall. Mustbeaminimumof36-inchesabovetheroofand24-inchesabovethehighestpointortheroofwithin10-feet. USSC NorthlineExpress.com http://www.northlineexpress.com Toll-Free 1-866-667-8454...
  • Page 9: ThroughTheWallInstallation

    Installation (RECOMMENDEDINSTALLATION) ThrOugh ThE wALL iNSTALLATiON Toventtheunitthroughthewall,connectthepipeadapter totheexhaustmotoradapter.Iftheexhaustadapterisat least18-inchesabovegroundlevel,astraightsectionof pelletventpipecanbeusedthroughthewall. YourKing dealershouldbeabletoprovideyouwithakit thatwillhandlemostofthisinstallation,whichwillinclude awallthimblethatwillallowtheproperclearancethrough acombustiblewall.Onceoutsidethestructure,a3-inch clearanceshouldbemaintainedfromtheoutsidewallanda cleanoutteeshouldbeplacedonthepipewitha90-degree turnawayfromthehouse.Atthispoint,a3-foot(minimum) sectionofpipeshouldbeaddedwithahorizontalcap,which wouldcompletetheinstallation(seeFIGURE7). A support bracket should be placed just below the terminationcaporoneevery4-feettomakethesystem morestable.Ifyouliveinanareathathasheavysnowfall, itisrecommendedthattheinstallationbetallerthan3-feet to get above the snowdrift line. This same installation...
  • Page 10: OutsideAirSupply

    Installation (optional) OuTSidE Air SuPPLy Dependingonyourlocationandhomeconstruction,outsideairmaybenecessaryforoptimalperformance. Metalpipe(solidorflexible)mustbeusedfortheoutsideairinstallation.PVCpipeisNOTapprovedandshouldNEVER beused. Awindshieldovertheterminationoftheoutsideairpipeora90-degreeelboworbendawayfromtheprevailingwinds MUSTbeusedwhenanoutsideairpipeisinstalledthroughthesideofabuilding.TheoutsideairterminationMUST beatleast1-footawayfromtheexhaustsystemtermination. TheoutsideairpipeonyourKing stoveis17/8”OD.Theoutsideairconnectingpipemustbeatleast17/8”ID.The outsideairconnectionusedMUSTNOTrestricttheamountofairavailabletoyourstove.Theoutsideairconnectingpipe mustbeasshortandfreeofbendsaspossible,anditmustfitover,notinside,theoutsideairconnectiontothestove. FigurE 9 TYPICALFRESHAIRTERMINATION NOTE: Dimensions from the floor to your stoves FigurE 8 inlet/exhaust pipes are approximate and may vary EXHAUST/INLETLOCATIONS dependingonyourinstallation. SPECiAL MOBiLE hOME rEquirEMENTS WARNING! - DO NOT INSTAll IN A SlEEPING ROOM ...
  • Page 11: Understanding Your Stove

    Understanding your stove How your stove works YourKingstoveutilizesainclinedaugerfuelfeedsystemthatisoperatedbyamicroprocessorcontrolleddigitalcircuit board.Thedigitalcircuitboardallowstheinclinedaugerfuelfeedsystemtoruninatimer-based,non-continuouscycle; thiscyclingallowstheaugertorunforapredeterminedperiodofseconds.Theaugerpushespelletsupachutelocated atthefront/bottomofthehopperwhichinturnfallsthroughanotherchuteintotheburnpot.Yourstoveisequippedwith anautomaticignitionsystemthatshouldignitethefuelwithin5-10minutesfrompressingtheONbutton.Aspellets entertheburnpotandignite,outsideairisdrawnacrossthefuelandheatedduringthecombustionprocesswhichis thenpulledthroughtheheatexchangerbytheexhaustmotorordraftfan.Asthestoveheatsup,roomairiscirculated aroundtheheatexchangerbymeansofaroomairblower,distributingwarmairintotheroom. Theamountofheatproducedbythestoveisproportionaltotherateofthefuelthatisburned,andthisrateiscontrolled bythe“HEATRANGE”setting.Inordertomaintaincombustionofthefuelatadesiredrate,theairprovidedtotheburn chamberbytheexhaustordraftfanmustbemaintainedprecisely.Toolittleairwillresultinaflamethatisnon-energetic orlazy.Ifthefuelcontinuestoflowwithtoolittleairforlongenough,theburnpotwillfillwithtoomuchfuelandthefire willsmotherout.Tomuchairwillresultinaflamethatisoveractiveoraggressive.Theflameinthissituationistypically veryblueatthebottomandresemblesablowtorch.Ifthissituationcontinues,thefuelintheburnpotwillbeconsumed andthefirewillgoout. Matchingtheamountofairrequiredforpropercombustiontothefuelrateistheprimaryobjectiveineffectivelyburning pelletsofvariousbrandsandqualitiesinyourstove.Theairtofuelratiocanbeadjustedtoallowalmostanyfuelquality toburneffectivelybyfollowingtheproceduresdetailedintheremainderofthismanual. Becauseaforceddraftpressureisrequiredforthecombustionprocessinsideyourstove,itisextremelyimportantthat theexhaustsystembeproperlyinstalledandmaintained.And,thatwhenoperatingyourstove,youmakesurethatthe viewingdoorisproperlysealed. 4 Digit Display FigurE 10 DIGITALCONTROLPANEL Up / Down Buttons : Heat Range...
  • Page 12: Control Panel Overview

    Control Panel Overview TurningtheheaterON/OFF,aswellasadjustmentsforthefuelfeedrateandroomfanspeedareperformedbypressing theappropriatebutton(s)onthecontrolpanelwhichislocatedonthelowerleft-handsideofyourheater. Thisunitcanbechangedbetweenanautomaticoperationoramanualoperation.Thecontrollercomesdefaultinthe automaticmode. • ON/OFF Pressingthe“ON”buttononthecontrolpanelwillbeginthestart-upsequencefortheheater.Fuelwillbegintofeed throughtheaugerfeedsystemthenigniteafterapprox.5minutes. Pressingthe“OFF”buttononthecontrolpanelwillcausetheheatertoenteritsshut-downsequence.Thefuel feedsystemwillstoppullingfuelfromthehopperand,oncethefiregoesoutandtheheatercoolsdown,thefans willstoprunning. • hEAT rANgE Pressingthe“HeatRange”arrows,upordown,willadjusttheamountoffuelbeingdeliveredtotheburnpot. • drAFT FAN Thedraftfan(exhaust)willcomeonassoonasthe“ON”buttonispressed.Thefanwillautomaticallyadjustit* speedinaccordancetotheheatrangesetting.However,thisspeedcanbemanuallyoperatedbypressingthe “DraftFan”arrowsupordown.“DraftFan”whenpressed,thedisplaywillshow“Df-A”,whichisautomatic.Press thearrowsagaintoadjustfanspeed.Whentheheaterisinthemanualmode,theoptionalthermostatwillnot properlycontroltheunit.WhenadjustingtheDraftFansetting,tryonly1settingaboveorbelowtheheatsetting.It isbettertoleavethestoveintheautomaticmode. • rOOM FAN Theroomfanwillcomeononcetheunithasreachedoperatingtemperature.Bypressingthe“RoomFan”buttons, thedisplaywillshow“Rf-A”whichisautomaticor“Rf-1”through“Rf-9”formanualsettings.Inautomode,theroom fan’sspeedwillautomaticallybeadjustedinaccordancewiththeheatrangesetting.Bypressingthe“RoomFan” uparrow,youcanadjustthefanspeedsettingupto“Rf-9”.Theroomfanmustoperateatalevelgreaterthanor equaltotheheatrangesetting. • Aux-USEDTORETURNTHESTOVETOTHEFACTORYSETTINGS Toreturnthestovetoit’soriginalfactorysettings,pressandholdtheAUXUPandAUXDOWNbuttonssimultaneously for3seconds. • AugEr dELAy The“AugerDelay”buttoncanbeusedtopauserotationoftheAugerforapprox.1minute.Thiscanbecancelledby pressingthe“ON”button.The“AugerDelay”isnormallyusedonlyduringthestartupcycletoslowthefueldelivery...
  • Page 13: Operation

    Operation uNiT PrEPArATiON Aftercarefullyunpackingandreadingtheinstructionsforinstallingyourstove,youwillneedtoperformthefollowingsteps: Attachtheincludedspringhandletothedoorhandlebyscrewingitoninarespectivelocation. • • Attachtheelectricalcordtothebackofthestovefirst;thenplugitintoa110-voltoutlet(anoutletsurgeprotectoris highlyrecommended). PErFrOMiNg AN iNTiAL TEST Thistestisusedatthefactorywherethestovesareassembledtotestthefunctionalityofthecontrolandthestove beforetheunitisshipped.Toperformthistest,pressandholdtheOFFandAUGERDELAYbuttonssimultaneouslyfor 3seconds.Toadvancethroughthetest,pressanykeyunlessotherwisenotedintheteststep. ExhaustFanOutputTest–Thedisplaywillshow“drft”.Theexhaustfanisturnedonfullthenreducedtoaleveljust abovethetypicalminimumpressureswitchsetting.TheONLEDindicateswhetherthepressuresensorisdetected. Ifthepressureswitchisnotdetected,thefanrampstofullonfortwosecondsthenreturnstothepreviouslyestablished levelifthepressureswitchcloses.IftheDraftFanFuseisnotblownandthefusedetectioncircuitisfunctioning, theDraftFanLEDwillbelitandtheotherthreetoprowLEDswillbeoff. RoomFanOutputTest-Thedisplaywillshow“rfan”.Theroomfanisturnedonfull.IftheRoomFanFuseisnot blownandthefusedetectioncircuitisfunctioning,theRoomFanLEDwillbelitandtheotherthreetoprowLEDs willbeoff. IgnitorOutputTest-Thedisplaywillshow“ignt”.Theignitormotoristurnedonfull.IftheIgnitor(AUX)Fuseisnot blownandthefusedetectioncircuitisfunctioning,theAuxLEDwillbelitandtheotherthreetoprowLEDswillbeoff. AugerOutputTest-Thedisplaywillshow“augr”.Theaugermotoristurnedonfull.IftheAugerFuseisnotblown andthefusedetectioncircuitisfunctioning,theHeatRangeLEDwillbelitandtheotherthreetoprowLEDswillbeoff. HopperSwitchTest–Thedisplaywillshow“hppr”.The“ON”LEDislit.Ifthehopperswitchisopen(lidisopen), the“HEATRANGE”LEDwillturnon.Ifthelidisclosed,the“HEATRANGE”LEDwillbeoff. ThermostatInputTest–Thedisplaywillshow“stat”.Ifthethermostatinputisclosed,theONLEDwillturnon, otherwiseitwillbeoff. FluegasThermistorTest–ThedisplaywillshowthefluegastemperatureindegreesF. ACFrequencyTest-DisplaysthemeasuredACFrequencyinhertz(59-60)followedbytheletter‘H’. WatchdogReset–Thewatchdogtimeristestedtoensurethattheboardcanbereset.Themessage“BYE”is displayeduntilthewatchdogresetstheboard. PErFOrMiNg A “dry ruN” Performa“dryrun”onyourstovepriortomakingtheexhaust/inletconnectionsandstartingyourstoveforthefirsttime.
  • Page 14: Start-UpProcedure

    Operation STArT-uP PrOCEdurE Never use gasoline, gasoline-type lantern fuel, kerosene, charcoal lighter fluid, or similar liquids to start or  “freshen up” a fire in this stove. Keep all such liquids well away from the stove while it is in use. Verifythatthehopperiscleanandfreeofforeignmatter.
  • Page 15: DailyOperation

    Intheeventofapower outage,thestoveWILLNOTfunction.Itisveryimportantthatunitbeventedproperly(with outsideair),asthenaturaldraftisneededtoclearthesmokefromthestoveduringapoweroutage.Iftheunitwas“ON” whenthepoweroutageoccurred,oneofthefollowingwilltakeplace: Ifthestoveisstillwarm,itwillresumefeedingfuelandcontinuetooperatenormally.Ifthefirehasgoneout,you willhavetopressthe“OFF” buttonandthenthe“ON” buttonagaintobeginanewstart-upsequence. Ifthestovehascooled-off,itwillresettoits“OFF” condition.Atthispoint,youmaypressthe“ON” buttonandthe unitwillbeginanewstart-upsequence. NOTE:Theunitwillalsoshutdownintheeventofanexhaustblowerfailure;ifthisisthecase,theunitwillnotre-start andyoumustcontactCustomerServiceat(800)750-2723. SAFETy ANd CONvENiENCE FEATurES YourKing incorporatesasafety pressure switch thathelpsensurethateverythingisinproperworkingorderbefore feedingfueltotheburnpot.Becausethestoveworksusinganinduceddraftpressure,thestovewillnotcontinueto operateiftheviewingdoorisleftopen;oriftheexhaustblowerfailsortheexhaustsystemisblocked. Thetemperature limit control (Thermistor)willpreventyourstovefromoperatingatabnormallyhightemperatures. Shouldthestovetemperaturebegintoapproachthefactorypre-setlimit,thetemperaturelimitcontrolwillautomatically slowdowntheaugerfeedrateuntilthetemperaturereturnstoanormalcondition.Eventhoughtheheaterwilloperate onthehighestsetting,werecommendtooperateyourheateronthissettingforonlyashortperiodoftime.(1houretc.) Yourstovealsoincludesanauto-start igniter asastandardfeature.Theuseofotherfirestartermaterials(woodchips, startergel,etc.)isnotnecessary.Bysimplypressingthe“ON”buttononthedigitalcontrolpanel,yourstovewillbegin tofeedfuelandautomaticallystartwithin5minutes. Thisstovehastwo(2)ashslidesandanashpanforconvenient and periodic ash removal.
  • Page 16: InteriorChambers

    DOOR AND GlASS GASKETS Inspectthemaindoorandglasswindowgasketsperiodically.Themaindoormayneedtoberemovedtohavefrayed, broken,orcompactedgasketsreplacedbyyourAuthorized“King”Dealer.Theglassgaskethasagapatthebottom fortheairwash. BLOwEr MOTOrS Cleantheairholesonthemotorsofboththeexhaustanddistributionblowersannually.Removetheexhaustblower fromtheexhaustductandcleanouttheinternalfanbladesaspartofyourfallstart-up. PAiNTEd SurFACES Paintedsurfacesmaybewipeddownwithadampcloth.Ifscratchesappear,oryouwishtorenewyourpaint,contact yourAuthorized“King ” Dealertoobtainacanofsuitablehigh-temperaturepaint. gLASS Werecommendusingahighqualityglasscleaner.Shouldabuildupofcreosoteorcarbonaccumulate,youmaywish touse000steelwoolandwatertocleantheglass.Intheeventyouneedtoreplacetheglass,onlyhightemperature ceramicglassofthecorrectsizeandthicknessmaybeused.ContactyourAuthorized“King ” Dealertoobtainthisglass. FALL STArT uP Priortostartingthefirstfireoftheheatingseason,checktheoutsideareaaroundtheexhaustandairintakesystems forobstructions.Cleanandremoveanyflyashfromtheexhaustventingsystem.Cleananyscreensontheexhaust systemandontheoutsideairintakepipe.Turnallofthecontrolsonandmakesurethattheyareworkingproperly.This isalsoagoodtimetogivetheentirestoveagoodcleaningthroughout. SPriNg ShuTdOwN Afterthelastburninthespring,removeanyremainingpelletsfromthehopperandtheaugerfeedsystem.Scoopout thepelletsandthenruntheaugeruntilthehopperisemptyandpelletsstopflowing(thiscanbedonebypressingthe “ON” buttonwiththeviewingdooropen).Vacuumoutthehopper.Thoroughlycleantheburnpot,andfirebox.Itmay bedesirabletospraytheinsideofthecleanedhopperwithanaerosolsiliconesprayifyourstoveisinahighhumidity area.Theexhaustsystemshouldbethoroughlycleaned. yEArLy SErviCiNg AyearlyservicingandcleaningbyyourAuthorized“King”Dealerisrecommended.Afeemaybechargedforthisservice.
  • Page 17: Trouble Shooting

    Trouble Shooting Disconnect the power cord before performing any maintenance! NOTE: Turning the ON/OFF Switch to ”OFF”  does not disconnect all power to the electrical components of the stove. Never try to repair or replace any part of the stove unless instructions for doing so are given in this manual. ...
  • Error Codes and Display Indicators Error Error Possible Code Descrption Causes Thehighlimittemperaturesensor • Inadequateventilation. Err1 hastripped. • Roomfanfailure. • ExhaustBlockage. • ElectricalOpeninwiring. Stoveranoutoffuelduringnormal • HopperEmpty. Err2 operation. • Augeroutputfailureorjam. • Flameoffuelqualitycausedfiretoburntooslowlyorgoout. • ElectricalOpeninwiring. The stove was unable to reach the • FlameorFuelqualitycausedthefiretoburntooslowlyorgo Err3 RoomFanOntemperaturewithinthe...
  • Page 19: Repair Parts Diagram/List

    Parts Diagram USSC NorthlineExpress.com http://www.northlineexpress.com Toll-Free 1-866-667-8454...
  • Page 20 PARTS LIST 5510 Item Part No. Title Qty. Item Part No. Title Qty. 69524 DoorAssembly 891164 WeldmentAugerHousing 891372 HingePad,Threaded 891141 Auger N/S 83045A Washer,3/8” 69513 Assy.,TopBushing(28-30) N/S 83274 3/8-16LockNut 891189 TopBushingPlate 25080 DoorLatch 891132 Bushing 891395 AshPanBed 83534 Retaining Ring N/S 83508 5/16-18Bolt...
  • Page 21: Wiring Diagram

    Wiring Diagram USSC NorthlineExpress.com http://www.northlineexpress.com Toll-Free 1-866-667-8454...
  • Page 22 Notes USSC NorthlineExpress.com http://www.northlineexpress.com Toll-Free 1-866-667-8454...
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  • Page 24 How to order repair parts This manual will help you obTain efficienT, dependable ser- vice from your KinG or ashley, 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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