Congratulations on purchasing your new Valor gas fireplace, insert, or stove. Every Valor distributes radiant heat directly into your living space, ensuring that you and your loved ones enjoy optimal comfort from the moment they turn on the fireplace.
Watch the video to learn more about the initial startup of the fireplace, as well as basic functions and control options available. For more detailed examples of the different functions available, keep reading below or refer to your fireplace owner's manual. Enjoy the comfort of efficient, radiant warmth for years to come.
There are two easy ways to control the power to your Valor fireplace - with the standard handheld remote control or the optional Valor wall switch (standard on select units). When using your remote control, hold down the OFF and large flame buttons simultaneously. Once you hear the beep to start the activation sequence, the buttons on the remote can be released.
The Valor Remote Control System automatically powers down the fireplace flame to only the pilot light if there is no change in heat output or interaction with the remote control for more than 8 hours. Note that this feature only pertains to the ValorStat Plus and Max systems.
Constantly running your fireplace on high will result in unnecessary energy consumption and higher operating costs. By allowing your fireplace to turn down after 8 hours of inactivity, you will save money in the long run. Utilize the temperature and timer modes described in the sections below to further maximize your heating experience.
To set the temperature of your fireplace, similar to central heating in your home, press the SET button until you see the TEMP (SUN) mode. Hold down the SET button until the TEMP flashes - use the large and small flame buttons to select your desired temperature. Press the OFF button (or wait 10 seconds) to complete programming. For more information please refer to your owner's manual.
Having trouble maintaining a set temperature within the home? It could be the location of your remote control handset. The handset is the sensor for the temperature in your home, similar to a thermostat. Temperature regulation of the fireplace can be affected by the handset location.
For example, If the handset is mounted on an outside wall, the cold could cause the handset to increase the fireplace temperature. Alternately, If the handset is exposed to sunlight through a window, the handset could provide an incorrect temperature reading.
Ideally your remote control handset should be in the vicinity of your fireplace or living space, and away from the areas mentioned above that could affect the temperature settings. The wall holder can house your remote near the fireplace providing optimal control.
A quiet blower fan kit designed to boost airflow coming from your home's fireplace. Suitable for fireplaces with space underneath its floor or compartment to install the blower. The system draws cool air in from the bottom vents, heats it through the fireplace, then forcing it out the top vent into the room. Being a standard size, it can also replace existing blowers found in various fireplaces including Lennox, Hearth Glo, Majestic, Rotom, and more. The system features a LCD display with smart thermostat and humidity programming. Included corded sensor plugs into the controller to provide temperature and humidity readings. Heavy-duty build includes a cold-rolled steel mounting frame. Features PWM-controlled motor that is highly efficient in maximizing airflow at lower noise. Includes everything needed to secure the unit and power it through an outlet. 2b1af7f3a8