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509 Fabrication 509-1 OPTIMUM Owner's Operation Manual

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UL 1482 STANDARD FOR SOLID-FUEL TYPE ROOM HEATERS- UL-1482-2011 (R2015)

ULC S627-00 SPACE HEATERS FOR USE WITH SOLID FUELS- Edition 3 - Issue Date 2000/06/01 

OMNI PROJECT NUMBER: 

0559WS001E  

0559WS001S  

MANUAL REVISION DATE:  01-12-2019

OPTIMUM

 


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MODEL 509-1

OPTIMUM

 


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CAUTION DO NOT RUN THE UPPER STOVE BLOWER ON LOW FOR EXTENDED PERIODS OF TIME

                     D0 NOT RUN THE STOVE ON LOW FOR EXTENDED PERIODS OF TIME

Failure to follow the information in this manual may result in a fire; causing property damage, personal injury, or 

death. Read this booklet completely before installing or operating this appliance.

Do not modify this appliance in any way. Operation of the appliance in a manner inconsistent with this owner’s 

manual will void the warranty.

This wood heater needs periodic inspection and repair for proper operation. It is against federal regulations to 

operate this wood heater in a manner inconsistent with operating instructions in this manual. If emissions are 

visible, stove needs to be turned up to a higher setting. One reason for visible emisions is stove burning too cold.

Familiarize yourself with your stove and the fuel you are burning to minimize visible emissions.

FOR USE WITH DENSIFIED FUEL LOGS ONLY.

Do not store or use gasoline or other flammable vapors and liquids in the vicinity of this or any other appliance.

Comply with all minimum clearances to combustibles as specified. Failure to comply may cause a house fire.

Certified to comply with 2020 particulate emission standards using densified fuel logs.  This wood heater was 

found to have an average emissions rate of 1.5 g/hr using ASTM E2779

This wood heater has a manufacturer-set minimum low burn rate that must not be altered. It is against federal 

regulations to alter this setting or otherwise operate this wood heater in a manner inconsistent with operating 

instructions in this manual.

Glass and other surfaces are hot during operation and for some time after the fire has gone out. Supervise 

children around this appliance. Warn children and adults about high temperatures. High temperatures may 

ignite clothing or other flammable materials. Keep clothing, furniture, draperies and other combustible materials 

away.

CAUTION: DO NOT OPERATE STOVE WITH DOOR OPEN. Keep the main door closed and the fuel door closed 

during operation.  It is important to keep all seals / gaskets in good working condition.

DO NOT INSTALL IN A MOBILE HOME.

DO NOT USE CHEMICALS OR FLUIDS TO START THE FIRE.

DO NOT BURN GARBAGE OR FLAMMABLE FLUIDS SUCH AS GASOLINE, NAPHTHA, OR ENGINE OIL.

DO NOT OPERATE WITH THE HOT AIR  IGNITER VALVE OPEN AFTER THE STOVE IS LIT.

CALIFORNIA PROP 65 WARNING:

Use of this product may produce smoke which contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause 

cancer, birth defects, or other reproductive harm.

CAUTION!!!

IMPORTANT OPERATING AND MAINTENANCE 

INSTRUCTIONS INCLUDED. 

DO NOT DISCARD.

LEAVE THIS MANUAL WITH THE HOMEOWNER.

 


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IMPORTANT WARNINGS

CAUTION: Read this manual thoroughly before starting installation. For your safety, follow the installation, operation and maintenance instructions 
exactly without deviation. Failure to follow these instructions may result in a possible fire hazard and will void the warranty. If this appliance is not 
properly installed, a house fire may result. Contact local building or fire officials about requirements and installation inspection in your area.

DO NOT CONNECT THIS UNIT TO A CHIMNEY FLUE CONNECTED TO ANOTHER APPLIANCE.

1.

Do not connect this appliance to air ducts or any air distribution system.

2.

Do not install a flue damper in the exhaust venting system of this appliance.

3.

Do not use class B venting intended for gas appliances as a chimney or connector pipe on this appliance.

4.

The minimum clearances must be maintained for all combustible surfaces and materials including; furniture, carpet, drapes, clothing, wood, 

5.

papers, etc. Do not store firewood next to or touching the appliance.
INSTALLATION DISCLAIMER - This stoves exhaust system works with negative combustion chamber pressure and a slightly positive chimney 

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pressure. Therefore, it is imperative that the exhaust system is gas tight and installed correctly. Since 509 Fabrications, Inc. has no control 
over the installation of your stove, 509 Fabrications, Inc. grants no warranty, implied or stated for the installation or maintenance of your 
stove, and assumes no responsibility for any consequential damage(s).
Burning any kind of fuel consumes oxygen. If outside air is not ducted to the appliance, ensure that there is an adequate source of fresh air 

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available to the room where the appliance is installed.                                                                                                                                                                    
WE HIGHLY RECOMMEND USING OUTSIDE AIR SOURCE IN CASE OF APPLIANCE SHUT DOWN,  SMOKE WILL FILL THE ROOM.
Most states require a fresh air intake at time of install.

8.

The stove will not operate using natural draft, nor without a power source for the blower and fuel feeding systems.

9.

Never use gasoline, gasoline-type lantern fuel, kerosene, charcoal lighter fluid, or similar liquids to start or "freshen up" a fire in this heater. 

10.

Keep all such liquids well away from the heater while it is in use.
CONTINUOUS OPERATION: When operated correctly, this appliance cannot be overfired. Continuous operation at a maximum burn can, 

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however, shorten the life of the electrical components (blowers, motors, and electronic controls), and is not recommended. Typical 
approved operation would include running at the low to mid-range setting with occasional running on the maximum setting during the 
coldest periods of the winter. The blower speed control should be turned to HIGH when operating the stove on the high heat setting.

CAUTION:

 HOT IN OPERATION. An appliance hot enough to warm your home can severely burn anyone touching it. Keep children, clothing 

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and furniture away. Contact may cause skin burns. Do not let children touch the appliance. Train them to stay a safe distance from the unit.
APPROVED FUEL: This appliance is designed specifically for 

densified wood fuels only

. This appliance is NOT approved to burn cardboard, nut 

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hulls, cherry pits, corn, etc. regardless if it is in log form. Failure to comply with this restriction will void all warranties and the safety listing of 
the stove. Consult with your authorized 509 Fabrications, Inc. dealer for more information on approved densified log fuels.
FLY ASH BUILD-UP: For all densified fuel heaters, the combustion gases will contain small particles of fly ash. This will vary due to the ash 

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content of the fuel being burned. Over time, the fly ash will collect in the exhaust venting system and restrict the flow of the flue gases. The 
exhaust venting system should be inspected regularly and cleaned as necessary.
SOOT FORMATION Incomplete combustion, such as occurs during startup, shutdown, or incorrect operation of the room heater will lead to 

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some soot formation which will collect in the exhaust venting system. A precautionary inspection on a regular basis is advisable to determine 
the necessity of cleaning. The exhaust venting system should be inspected regularly and cleaned as necessary.
DISPOSING OF ASHES: Any ashes removed from the stove must be deposited in a metal container with a tight-fitting lid. The closed container 

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of ashes should be placed on a noncombustible floor or on the ground, well away from ail combustible materials, outside of the dwelling 
pending final disposal. If the ashes are disposed of by burial in soil or otherwise locally dispersed, they should be retained in the closed 
container until all cinders have been thoroughly cooled.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS.

17.

See the listing label on the appliance or see Safety / Listing Label

18.

When you light the stove for the first time you will get some smoke and odor off of the stove as it heats up and the paint cures. It is 

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recommended that you open the windows in the room where you are burning the stove to let the vapors escape. After lighting the stove for 
the first time, slide the damper on the side of the stove to the "High" setting and run for at least 3 hours to let the stove paint cure.

 


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1599mm

63"

  

  

1518mm

60"

  

  

975mm

39"

  

  

808mm

32"

  

CLEANOUT 

w/ WRENCH

DAMPER

 ADJUSTMENT

LID w/ LATCH

SCRAPER PULL 2X

DOOR

DIMENSIONS

509 Fabrication

Thank you for purchasing our 509 Fabrications, Inc Densified Fuel Log Stove.
This manual is designed to be simple.  After reading through it if you have any questions, please feel free to email me anytime at 

Dusty@509Fab.com <mailto:Dusty@509Fab.com>

.  I will respond to you as soon as possible.

Very Important: In the unlikely event if your electricity goes out, do not open the door or the lid on the top of the stove. The stove 
is designed to be air tight.  Let the fire go out naturally.
Do not have the lid and the door open at the same time while the fire is burning.  You will get smoke in the room.  Only open one 
at a time.
Do not burn wood or any other substance in this stove except natural densified fuel logs with no additives.  Burning these types of 
fuel will void your warranty and heavily damage the inner workings of the stove and exhaust motor.
This manual will cover:
1. Where and How to Install the stove including air intake and exhaust
2. How to Power the stove
3. Types of fuel you “Can and Cannot Burn”
4. How to Light the stove
5. How to Operate the stove and problem solving
6. How to Clean the stove
7. Maintenance
8. Clearance to combustibles 
9. Limited Warranty
10. Important Warnings

 


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50mm

2"

  

  

51mm

2"

  

Corner Wall 

  

102mm

4"

  

  

102mm

4"

  

  

152mm

6"

  

HORIZONTAL INSTALL-EXHAUST

Rear Wall or Alcove

  

152mm

6"

  

406mm

16"

U.S.A.

  

203mm

8"

  

  

203mm

8"

  

458 mm

18"

 

CANADA

Floor Protection

  

102mm

4"

  

  

102mm

4"

  

  

229mm

9"

  

VERTICAL INSTALL-EXHAUST

Rear Wall or Alcove

  

975mm

39"

  

Minimum Ceiling Height 

Clearance is 40" / 1016mm.

HORIZONTAL INSTALL-EXHAUST

Rear Wall or Alcove

How to Install the stove

The stove should be installed by a licensed stove company or a licensed HVAC Technician.  Some states and counties require permits be obtained before you install 
your stove.  
The outlet on the bottom combustion blower motor is 3” in diameter.  Double wall pipe with stainless steel for the inner liner must be used in all installs.  It is most 
commonly called Pellet Pipe. Three inch (3 inches) (76mm) diameter Listed DOUBLE WALL pipe with MH8381
& MH14420) to UL 641 Type L Low Temperature Venting Systems** Listed factory-built Class "A" chimney, or
a masonry chimney.(**In Canada must comply with Standard CAN/ULC-S629-M87 for the 650oC Factory-built chimney.)
FLOOR PROTECTION:
Floor protector must be 1/2 in. minimum noncombustible material extending beneath heater and to front/sides/rear as indicated on the diagram below.
Exception: Non-combustible floor protections must extend beneath the flue pipe when installed with horizontal venting and extend 2 inches (51mm)
beyond each side.
The stove is designed to be pushed back to within inches of the back wall and to be at least one foot from any sidewalls or any other surface. Check with your local 
permit inspector to verify your clearance from combustibles in your state.  We have UL specifications on the stove for clearance to combustibles. Add here after 
striking 8. Refer to this manual and the drawings for install specifications.
 When wood is burned slowly, it produces tar and other organic vapors, which combine with expelled moisture to form creosote.  The creosote 
vapors condense in the relatively cool chimney flue of a slow-burning fire.  As a result, creosote residue accumulates on the flue lining.  When 
ignited this creosote makes an extremely hot fire.
The chimney connector and chimney should be inspected at least once every two months during the heating season to determine if a creosote 
buildup has occurred.  If creosote has accumulated, it should be removed to reduce the risk of a chimney fire.
Using "Make-Shift" parts or not following the guidelines of correct installation procedures and clearances can result in failure of the stove or a fire 
in your home.
 The chimney connector shall not pass through an attic or roof space, closet or similar concealed space, or a floor, or ceiling.  Where passage 
through a wall or partition of combustible construction is desired, the installation shall conform to Can/CSA-B365, Installation Code for Solid-Fuel-
Burning Appliances and Equipment.
Clearances may only be reduced by means approved by the regulatory authority. 

DO NOT INSTALL IN A MOBILE HOME.

IT IS RECOMMENDED IN CASE OF POWER OUTAGE TO HAVE AT LEAST 2 FT OF RISE ABOVE MOTOR ELEVATION 
IN STOVE PIPE BEFORE TERMINATING EXHAUST.

DuraVent - PelletVent Pro - Pipe 

Building structure and Air intake and output, The following pages show  requirments per UL testing of this stove
509 FAB suggest's the DuraVent products and Specifactions ( 

See Attached Manual

 ) As an Industerial leader in Pellet Stove Pipe products

 


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How to Power the stove

The stove has one plug-in, 3 prong 6 Ft. cord. Plug it into a 3-prong 

 

dedicated

 

outlet.                                                                                          

The stove should be plugged into its own outlet for safety and power surges. 
The Fan and Igniter switches are on the left side of the stove on the base.  The upper convection fan is plugged into the  outlet under 
the stove.  
The round knob is your first switch on the side of the stove and it is on the far left. This switch controls the upper air that will flow 
into the room. It has a variable speed and can be set to your needs.
The second switch is for your combustion blower. This switch will need to be turned to the up position and be on at all times that the 
stove is in operation. 
The third switch is for your Hot Air Igniter. It is “ON” when the Dial Switch is turned past 5 and then back to 3 Minutes.

 

 The normal 

time for ignition is 1 to 3 minutes.                                                                                                                                                                                                
It is very important to not leave this on after you are done lighting the stove. You could damage the igniter.

What you “Can and Cannot Burn” in your stove.
1. The stove is not designed to burn cord wood or wood round logs. 

DO NOT BURN CORD WOOD!                                                                 

FOR USE WITH DENSIFIED FUEL LOGS ONLY.  ie Presto Logs, North Idaho Energy Logs, Home Fire Prest Logs.

2. The stove is not designed to burn any log that has additives in the log to help it burn.  These types of logs will void your warranty if 
burned in your stove.  The materials in these logs will also “clog up” the way the stove breathes to be able to operate efficiently and 
it will also plug up the fan blades on the motor that takes the exhaust out of the stove.  Most of these logs that are not designed to 
be burned in your stove will have a wrapper on the log. Some examples of these types of logs are:
DO NOT BURN
A. Duraflame
B. Java Log
C. Pine Mountain
D. Enviro Log
E. Cord Wood
F. Pellets
3. You can use the little fire starters that have wax additives in them to light your fire if needed.                                                                     
One per starting operation.
Log Fuel for the Stove .  
Some logs over time will become “Scaley” or rough feeling.  This means the logs have taken on moisture. Do not burn these logs in 
the stove.  Use them for your kindling and make them into little pieces to start the stove. If you burn wet logs in the stove, it can clog 
your motor and your exhaust pipe due to incomplete combustion.
 Be careful when selecting your new logs. They should be smooth and glossy felling to the touch, and have a slight dark color on the 
outside. Some older logs will start taking shape like a banana, they are not the ones to buy, they are too old to burn well. If you have 
logs left over from the previous season, it is best to mix them in with the new logs as you burn the stove, and use them to chop into 
kindling for starting the stove. 
If a log sticks in the feed tube then you need to take the scraper tool provided and push it down the tube. Normally a couple of taps 
with the scraper tool will loosen the log and it will fall down to be burned in the fire. 

 


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OPERATION - START UP

BLOWER ON/OFF

TOGGLE

BLOWER ADJUSTMENT

IGNITER ON/OFF - TIMER

AC CORD 

CLEANOUT 

IGNITER

OPEN

CLOSED

How to Light the stove

DO NOT USE ANY TYPE OF FIRE STARTING LIQUIDS LIKE CHARCOAL LIGHTER FLUID, GAS, OR ANY OTHER COMBUSTIBLE FOR ANY REASON.
1. Open the door and make sure there is not a log left in the firebox.  You can do this by looking at the bottom of the feed tube and down inside the 
square box.  If you cannot clearly see in the fire box, slide the`` front over and look in with a flashlight.  Slide the brick back into place when finished. If 
there is a log in there then follow this procedure
A. 
Move the log over to the right. 
B. Drop in several little chunks of new log on the left-hand side, as many as can be fit in there without packing them in. Then proceed to # 8.
2. Close the door and latch it.
3. Open up the top lid on the stove`
4. Slide the damper handle (located on the right side of the stove on the base) to the low position.
5. Break off some small ends of the logs using a hatchet or our log chipper found on our website. Take the sawdust portions and the smallest size 
chips and drop about 2 handfulls of them down the feed tube.
6. Chop or break off 3 round discs about ½ inch thick from a log and drop those down the tube.
7. Grab a North Idaho Energy Log, a Presto Log, or a Home Fire Prest-Log or any natural style log and drop it down the tube.                                              
Try and hang onto it as you initially slide it down the tube
8. Close the top lid and latch it.
9. Open up the red handled valve on the left side of the stove by turning it to the vertical position or so the handle is indicated up and down.
10.  Turn the round switch that is located towards the front of the stove to the full on position.  It will stop when it is fully on.
11.  Turn on the Combustion blower motor, the second middle switch to the up position.
12.  Turn the igniter Dial Switch so it goes past 5 and then turn back to 3. This will power the igniter to start the fire
13.  When you see flames inside the stove,  pull the damper to Medium or High.
14.  Make sure that the igniter Dial Switch is off or run out of time.
15.  Turn the valve back to the closed position so it is in-line with the side of the stove.
16.   Load the stove with extra logs.  
17.   Let the stove burn on high for at least 25 minutes before turning the damper down to low or medium burn. There is an indicator on the side of the 
base to determine your setting.  On high you will go through a log every 2 hours or so.  On low you will get from 4 to 6 hours out of a log.  These 
figures are based on North Idaho Energy Logs.  Other logs that are smaller will burn shorter periods.  (Some logs will burn cooler as well in the 
amount of heat the stove produces, so find the logs that are right for you and your home and use them.) Different brands of logs are available in 
different parts of the country, just make sure they are a natural log with no additives.
18.  Establish a routine for the fuel, wood burner and firing technique.  Check daily for creosote build-up until experience shows how often you need 
to clean to be safe.  Be aware that the hotter the fire the less creosote is deposited, and weekly cleaning may be necessary in mild weather even 
though monthly cleaning may be enough in the coldest months.  Contact your local municipal or provincial fire authority for information on how to 
handle a chimney fire.  Have a clearly understood plan to handle a chimney fire.
19. 

DO NOT USE PELLETS TO LIGHT / START THE STOVE

 


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How to Operate the stove and Problem Solving

The stove is very easy to operate as it does not have moving parts, and only the 2 fan motors. The biggest mistake to be made on this stove is to not 
let it burn for at least 25 minutes on high after lighting it. This is crucial to how the stove performs.

I can’t get my fire to light with the igniter.  Solutions: The igniter may be covered by a piece of fuel in the fire box.  Slide the front brick over 

1.

and look down in the fire box. Slide the log chunks over to the right of the left edge of the firebox. This will uncover the hole in the brick 
where the hot air is introduced to light the kindling in the firebox.
My stove is not putting out any heat.  Inspect the fire through the door and make sure that the combustion blower is running and the upper 

2.

convection blower is blowing air. If you can see a log in the firebox that is not glowing red or flaming, you may need to turn it up.  Open up 
the damper by sliding the lever handle towards the rear of the stove.  Let the stove burn for at least half an hour and then turn down to the 
setting you desire.
My stove is not putting out any heat.  Inspect the fire through the door and make sure the combustion blower is running and the upper 

3.

convection blower is blowing air.  If you do not see glowing or burning in the firebox, then you may have a log stuck in the feed tube. Open 
up the top lid and look down the feed tube. If you can see a log in the feed tube, then follow this procedure:  First, close the lid on top and 
then open the door.  Feel for heat without touching anything on or inside the stove.  If it is very hot when you open the door, then close the 
door and open the feed tube lid.  Using a suitable tool, like a round rod, tap the log from the lid side down the feed tube.  It will fall into the 
firebox.  Open up the damper by sliding it towards the rear of the stove and let it burn on high for ½ hour and then reset to your desired 
setting. 
My stove is not putting out any heat.  Check the combustion blower and make sure it is on.  It is powered “ON” by the middle toggle switch 

4.

on the base of the stove. Make sure you have power to the plug where the stove is plugged in.  You can do this by plugging another 
appliance into the wall and see if it comes on.  If the appliance comes on you will need to call a repair company to replace the blower motor.  
(I have the blower motors available on my website and I will get you one out right away. )
My stove is not blowing any heat from the convection blower out the front of the stove.  Make sure the blower is plugged in and the switch 

5.

is turned on. Try unplugging the blower motor from the plug in on the backside of the stove under the base and plugging it into an extension 
cord.  Then plug that cord directly into the wall.  If the blower motor does not come on, then the switch or the blower motor is bad.  Have a 
repair company come and fix it and order a blower off of our website.  
CAUTION DO NOT RUN THE UPPER STOVE BLOWER ON LOW FOR EXTENDED PERIODS OF TIME

6.

YOUR LID LATCH IS ADJUSTIBLE. IT SHOULD BE TIGHTEND DOWN AFTER BURNING YOUR STOVE ABOUT 5 TIMES.    This will make the stove 

7.

more airtight and eliminate a leak from the lid if a power outage occurs. Do not tighten so much that you cannot operate the latch, just 
enough so it is a little harder to get the latch closed. After a short period of time the latch will become easier to close. This will ensure the lid 
gasket is firmly sealed into the feed tube edge under the lid.
ALWAYS OPEN LID VERY SLOWLY TO LOAD FUEL.

8.

 


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GLASS REPAIR / REPLACEMENT

 

CAUTION: Follow instructions completely and always wear leather gloves when removing the glass or removing 

broken glass.

CAUTION:  NEVER OPERATE THE STOVE WITH BROKEN GLASS

CAUTION:  NEVER USE ABRASIVE CLEANERS

CAUTION:  DO NOT CLEAN GLASS WHEN HOT.

WARNING:  Never Use Substitute Materials

WARNING:  Never slam the door shut, strike the glass, or abuse the glass in any way.

New glass should be ordered off our website or cut and the edges ground from your supplier to the exact size of 10.50 x 12.50 x 3/16"     

Neo-Ceram glass only.

 

FOR BROKEN GLASS

Put an old disposable towel on the ground in front of the stove. When you open the door, make sure the stove is cool, put on your gloves, and 

open the door slowly.  Any loose or broken glass should fall onto the towel. Any residual glass pieces should be picked up with gloves and 

placed on the towel. 

Take a 7/16 end wrench or socket and slowly loosen the nuts around the sides of the glass and remove any remaining pieces. 

The gasket should be disposed of. ( Install new gasket during installation of new glass, see below.)

Make sure all glass is placed on the towel, and wearing your gloves, fold up the towel and dispose of in a correct manner.

Remove remaining hardware.

FOR GLASS REPLACEMENT 

Make sure the stove is cool and open the door. 

Use a 7/16" wrench or socket to remove the hardware The glass hold downs are all the same dimension and will fit on any side of the glass 

during new glass installation.  ( Be careful during installation that the glass hold downs are set against the glass in the right direction to assure 

they are flat against the glass before installing hardware.)  

Remove all the hardware and leave the bars holding the glass in place.  Put on your gloves and remove the bars and set aside while holding 

the glass in place with one hand.  With your other hand use it to push the glass slowly towards the inside of the door to remove.

Grab the top of the edge of the door and lightly tap on the bottom of the door to lift it off the 3 hinges, being careful to not let the little brass 

washers on the hinge not come off with the door removal.  If the brass washers come off, they must be put back down on the post of the 

hinge before the door goes back on.

Put the door on a flat surface with the outside of the door down.

Take the new glass and with gloves on, wrap the edge of the glass so the heat tape is centered on the edge of the glass and it folds over both 

the front and back side of the glass. You should start in the middle edge of one of the sides of the glass.   DO NOT START ON A CORNER. The 

adhesive side should be against the edge of the glass to keep it secure.  Go all the way around the glass edge until you meet ends and then 

cut the fire tape with scissors.

Place the glass back in the door and hold it in place by hand, making sure it is centered by looking at all edges making sure you have the same 

distance on the inset that the glass sits in

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VERY IMPORTANT

IF THE GLASS IS NOT CENTERED, PUSH IT BACK THROUGH AND RE-CENTER IT.  DO NOT SLIDE IT AROUND AS 

THIS MAY FOLD THE GASKET OVER AND CREATE A NON AIRTIGHT SEAL.

 

Slide on one of the bars making sure it is placed correctly to sit flat against the glass and install one set of hardware to hold it in place hand 

tight. 

Tip the door up and look around the other side of the door and make sure the gasket does not have any folded gaps or the gasket has not 

slipped out of place. 

Continue to install bars and hardware all the way around the glass and tighten finger tight.

After inspecting glass from the front one more time, making sure there are no gaps or folds in the gasket go around the door and very lightly 

tighten the hardware so it is snug with the wrench handle. DO NOT OVERTIGHTEN. you should not be able to loosen any of the nuts with your 

fingers. 

Re-install the door by sliding all 3 hinges together at the same time keeping the door in a straight up and down position and fully seat the door 

until both sides of the hinge are touching the brass washer.

Clean the glass.

Close and latch the door.

 


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ISOMETRIC VIEW

BRACKET, GLASS, DOOR MAIN

GLASS, DOOR MAIN

TAPE, GLASS, DOOR MAIN

DOOR,  DOOR MAIN

HEX NUT 10-24 S.S.

WASHER, LOCK, 3/16"

WASHER, FLAT, NARROW, 3/16" 

BRACKET, BOTTOM, GLASS, DOOR MAIN

GLASS REPAIR / REPLACEMENT

 

CAUTION:

 Follow instructions completely and always wear leather gloves when removing the glass or removing broken glass.

CAUTION:  NEVER OPERATE THE STOVE WITH BROKEN GLASS

CAUTION:  NEVER USE ABRASIVE CLEANERS

CAUTION:  DO NOT CLEAN GLASS WHEN HOT.

WARNING:  Never Use Substitute Materials

WARNING:  Never slam the door shut, strike the glass, or abuse the glass in any way.

 


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ISOMETRIC VIEW

DOOR w/ FIRE ROPE

LID w/ FIRE ROPE

FIRE ROPE  / REPLACEMENT

 

CAUTION: 

Follow instructions completely and always wear leather gloves when removing the glass or removing broken glass.

CAUTION:  NEVER OPERATE THE STOVE WITH BROKEN GLASS

CAUTION:  NEVER USE ABRASIVE CLEANERS

CAUTION:  DO NOT CLEAN GLASS WHEN HOT.

WARNING:  Never Use Substitute Materials

WARNING:  Never slam the door shut, strike the glass, or abuse the glass in any way.

FIRE ROPE AND FIRE TAPE MUST BE INSPECTED AND KEPT IN GOOD WORKING ORDER TO MAINTAIN THE 

STOVE'S BURN RATES AND CHARACTERISTICS. DO NOT BURN STOVE IF GASKETS ARE DAMAGED.

Glass Fire Tape Gasket

11/16" wide with adhesive backing and rolled out edges. Available off our website or AW Perkins Item #170. See Picture.

DOOR and FEED TUBE LID GASKETS

Gaskets for both of these applications are available on our website or from a dealer in your area. 

The gasket is called 3/4" Double Core Fire Rope.

Hytex 1000

Part # RK0092

These gaskets need to be installed after thoroughly removing the existing gasket and cleaning the adhesive residue completely out of the 

channel

 An adhesive called High Temp Stove Gasket Cement must be used to seal the gasket in the channel. One brand is Rutland and it is 

black in color.

When installing the fire rope the ends must come together to create an airtight seal.

Do not start the door fire rope on a corner, start in the middle of the door along the hinge edge side.

The first time closing the door will be difficult. 

YOU MUST PRESS FIRMLY ON THE OUTSIDE FACE OF THE DOOR ON THE HANDLE SIDE TO GET IT CLOSED.          

DO NOT LET THE DOOR LATCH PULL IT CLOSED AS YOU MAY DAMAGE THE HINGE SIDE OF THE DOOR.

 


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5091-211

5091-165

NUT HEX .250-20

5091-164

Washer Flat .250

Washer Lock .250

44605K657

5091-900-102-053HN

SIDE - IGNITOR

SSFLATSKT 4-40 x .1875-HX

NOTE:

TIGHTEN SO OPENING IS POINTED DOWN

OPEN POSITION VERTICAL

CLOSED POSITION HORZIONAL

Washer Flat .250

NUT HEX .250-20

Washer Lock .250

LID  - ASSEMBLY

5091-128

pan cross head_ai

Washer Flat .250

How to Clean the stove

FOR YOUR SAFETY, IT IS IMPERATIVE TO MAKE SURE THE STOVE IS OFF AND COLD FOR ANY CLEANING PROCEDURE.

The glass is NORMALLY easy to clean.  The best way to clean the glass is to take a razor blade with a built in safety handle and scrape the 

1.

glass and then clean it with a product like “Simple Green” or glass cleaner and a paper towel.
The inside around the firebox needs to be vacuumed out about every 2 to 3 weeks or longer depending on how often you burn. Use an “ash 

2.

vacuum” only to do this.  It is what they are made for and then the dust will not blow in the house.  The ash vacuums are available on my 
website. 
Inspect the firebox by sliding the front brick to the side or removing the brick.  Use a flash light to look in the firebox.  If needed, vacuum the 

3.

firebox out completely.
VERY IMPORTANT!!  Every day take the special wrench provided and using the pin end slide it into the hole on the rod sticking out by the 

4.

tubes on the top front of the stove.  Use wrench to pull the rod from front to back completely 5 or 6 times. This will clean off the radiant 
tubes so they transfer heat better. 
Every Time you clean the stove…
Use the special wrench provided to loosen the caps on each side of the stove. Unscrew them and use the 

5.

ash vacuum to vacuum out those tubes.  You can slide the end of the hose all the way in until it hits the other side of the stove. Look inside 
the tube with a light to make sure you have that area clean. 
The body of the stove itself can be cleaned with glass cleaner, ONLY WHEN COLD

6.

 


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BACK - EXPLODED  ISO VIEW 

5091-909S

NUT HEX .250-20

5091-154

5091-155

CR-RHMS .25-20 x .50

5091-171

NUT HEX .250-20

5091-912

NUT HEX .250-20

Washer Lock .250

Washer Flat .250

Washer Flat .250

Washer Lock .250

Washer Flat .250

Washer Lock .250

socket head cap screw

5091-157

Washer Flat .190

Washer Lock .190

CR-PHMS .138-32 x .25

Washer Flat .190

5091-216

5091-148

5091-147

DAMPER - EXPLODED  ISO VIEW 

Maintenance

1. Normal cleaning should be all that is necessary. Make sure to clean the radiant heat tubes with the scraper rod and wrench handle every day.  
This is a 30 second procedure.

One time a year the Lower Combustion motor should be removed and cleaned. The blades will have buildup on them from regular burning. This 
buildup needs to be removed and cleaned by a professional and the motor re-installed, making sure all nut fasteners and lock washers are used for 
re-install and tightened down securely. Do not over-tighten the nuts. If the gasket is damaged, it should be replaced to prevent air leaks. 
With the combustion motor removed, inspect your chimney pipe inspected for debris, and have it cleaned by a professional at this time if needed. 
When it is re-installed make sure that all connections are re-sealed and secure.

 


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VERTICAL VENT 

BACK COVERS REMOVED

 

5091-219

VERTICAL VENT 

EXPLODED

5091-915

5091-916

CLEAN OUT CAP

T  EXHAUST PIPE

5091-912

 

Vertical Install 

Always follow standard Pellet Pipe Install Guidelines.

A 509-1 Optimum Elbow (Part # 5091-219) will NEED to be attached and sealed to the 3” 

round exhaust motor fitting with High-Temp RTV sealant and 3 self-drilling / tapping screws. 

Attaching the 509-1 Optimum Elbow will transition your exhaust to the horizontal position. 

The exhaust elbow can be attached to a 3” to 4” or 3” to 3” Exhaust cleanout “T” Exhaust 

Pipe for your vertical exhaust termination, or to an appliance adapter and pellet pipe to go 

out the wall horizontally.  It is recommended to put a minimum of 3ft rise above the 

elevation of the motor after going through a sidewall for draft in case of a power outage.

See Pictures Below.

 


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WRENCH-PULLER

SCRAPER, ASSEMBLY

BLOWER

DRAFT FAN

IGNITER

GLASS, DOOR MAIN

BRICK-FIREBOX 

FRONT OF STOVE

BRICK #1 - 

1

2

 TALL BRICK

BRICK #6

BRICK #7

BRICK #8

BRICK #5

BRICK #11

BRICK #4

FULL BRICK

BRICK #12

BRICK #10

BRICK #3

FULL BRICK

BRICK #9

BRICK #2

FULL BRICK

Replacement Parts and Accessories

Call 509 Fabrication for Price and Aviability

Brick replacement

The upper row of bricks are standard fire bricks except for the front facing brick.  It has been cut down for air flow. The bricks can be obtained on 
the website or a home improvement store.  
The inside row of bricks are identified and counted from the front facing brick that stands on its side.  Front brick is #1 brick.  #2 is to the left, brick 
#3 is in the back and brick #4 is the one on the right.  These bricks are all special to their designated placement, and how they are cut and shaped.
The bricks in the bottom of the firebox, if needing replaced, will all have to be replaced at the same time.  They are available on the website. 

FIRE TAPE

CUT TO LENGTH

DOOR

FIRE ROPE

CUT TO LENGTH

LID

 


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5091-909- FAN

2-PRONG-PLUG

BSV18X-LY

3-PRONG-PLUG

PV14-8RB-3K

PV14-8RB-3K

PV14-8RB-3K

OUTLET

PV14-8RB-3K

38770-02-06

DNF18-250FIMB

DNF18-250FIMB

5091-909C - FAN- VARIABLE SPEED

SS202P-BG

DNF14-250FIB

DNF14-250FIB

DNF14-250FIMB

DNF14-250FIMB

5091-912 - BLOWER

5091-900-C515M-001

16g GREEN

BSV18X-LY

18g BROWN

16g BLACK

16g WHITE

16g BLACK

16g 

BLACK

16g WHITE

16g WHITE

16g BLACK

PV14-8RB-3K

GROUND-OUTLET

GROUND-ELEC BOX

POWER AT WALL

16g BLACK

18g BLUE

16g BLACK

OUTLET

4-40 SCREW

STANDARD 6 FOOT CORD

OUTLET

HARNESS

3-PRONG

HARNESS

FAN

HARNESS

IGNITER

HARNESS

BLOWER

HARNESS

IGNITER

DNF14-250FIB

DNF14-250FIB

16g BLACK

DNF18-250FIB

DNF18-250FIB

PV18-8RB-3K

Wiring Diagram

 


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Warranty

These stoves are all built by hand and Made in America by 509 Fabrications, Inc. Post Falls, ID. They have been made 
with the finest parts and materials available and metal thicknesses that will last a lifetime.
1. The stove body itself is warranted for a period of 10 years by the original owner.
2. The convection blower is warranted for 1 year from date of purchase.
3. The Combustion blower motor is warranted for 1 year from date of purchase.
4. The glass is warranted for 1 year from date of purchase.
5. The fire bricks do not have any warranty.
6. 

The stove paint is warranted for a period of 1 year by original owner. Scratches and nicks are not warranted, only   

complete paint failure.
7. One year warranty on igniter

509 Fabrications, Inc.
Post Falls, ID.

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