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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Unfortunaletly, due to the delicate nature of vent-free appliances, you'll find that most are not field convertable. If the vent free appliance were to lose its efficiency, you would be subjected to high levels of CO, carbon monoxide, and could likely die. Therefore, field conversion is not recommended and in this case, not possible. Vermont Castings does not provide parts to convert and if they did you would be essentially replacing the entire unit short of the outer cast shell. I wish you luck.
Posted on Apr 18, 2009
SOURCE: I bought a Vermont Casting
Finding an match to your Owners Manual is difficult at best. As, Vermont Castings has gone through 2 different corporate ownerships in 10 years. However, for the most part, their castings and the mechanics for the Radiance model have pretty much stayed the same. This gas stove was manufactured in a Vented and a more efficient Vent-Free model. The installation of the fan was different for each model. Since you didn't specify whether you have a Vented or Vent-free model have included the Owners Manual for both. Keep in mind, these manuals are for the stoves that currently being produced, but the installation is very similar. You will be removing the blower rather than installing it, so do everything in reverse.
Vented Model http://literature.mhsc.com/vermont_castings/manuals/30004967_RADVTCS_5.pdf
Vent-free Model http://literature.mhsc.com/vermont_castings/manual/30005056_Radiance_VF_5.pdf
If you need to replace the blower, you can purchase one from an authorized VC dealer in your area. To find one go to http://www.vermontcastings.com/contact.asp
Mr. Whaley, I hope this helps solve your problem.
Posted on Mar 21, 2011
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This should get you to the right manual for the rnv40 Vermont Casting located in conneticut 1-855-415-0071 8am to8pm EST
Posted on Nov 24, 2012
First clean burner and injector and see how it burns , if still rich you can adjust the air on the burner by the injector a small sleve with a screw in it
Posted on Feb 23, 2013
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