Objective: Installing and connecting a thermostat
Connecting a Thermostat: Connect the "Call for Heat" extension wires from the thermostat to the bottom circuit board.
- Open the right side or rear panel to access the circuit board.
- Remove the lid by removing the 4 Philips screws in the corners. (You can unscrew the bottom L bracket to make it easier to access the board).
- Connect the thermostat pigtail lead wire (sold separately) to the plug labeled "Level" as shown.
- Splice the pigtail wire into the existing thermostat wire.
- Connect thermostat wire to thermostat on the proper "Call for Heat" connections.
Thstat Mode: Thstat Mode allows you to control the stove using a wired remote thermostat. However, please note that the stove will only operate in this mode if it is connected to a compatible thermostat.
- A thermostat acts as a temperature-activated switch. When the thermostat signals a demand for heat, you will see an "ASKED" message displayed on the screen. This indicates that the stove has received the request and will automatically ignite and start running to generate heat.
- Conversely, when the thermostat no longer requires heat, you will see a "NONE" message on the screen. In response, the stove will enter a fire off mode, allowing the fire to gradually die down. Eventually, the stove will transition into standby mode, ready for the next call for heat.
- Please ensure that your stove is properly connected to a thermostat for Thstat Mode to function correctly.