Enjoy the warmth of the Baltic collection.
Producing up to 50,000 BTUs of heat. The Baltic collection will quickly warm any outdoor space.
Made from lightweight, heat resistance fiber cast concrete, and available in Glacier Grey
and Kodiak Brown finishes. The table easily connects to a 20-pound propane tank and includes
an eight-foot hose and regulator. The column uses a hidden 1-pound propane tank that connects
using the access door on the side of the column. The Baltic collection includes a lid to cover
the burner when not in use, brown lava rock filler, leveling feet, and an outdoor cover.
Cover the 20-pound propane tank with an optional tank cover that also functions as a side table.
Assembly and use. Before assembling and using your fire table, be sure to fully read and
understand all instructions and warnings included in the owner’s manual. This video is informational
only and should not take the place of your owner’s manual. Have at least two people
to assemble and place the fire table. Always check the hoses and fittings for leaks and
punctures as outlined in the owner’s manual. When assembling the unit, be sure to place
the lava rock by hand. Avoid dumping the lava rocks from the box, because dust can clog
the holes in the burner. Also, be careful not to place any rocks over the thermocouple
housing. Make sure the lava rocks are completely dry before lighting. Wet rocks could crack
and pop out when hot, which could injure people nearby. Lighting procedure. The lighting instructions
are printed on the control panel for your convenience. To light the fire table, make
sure the gas is on. Push the control knob in, and turn it to the light position. While
holding the knob in, push the igniter button. After burner ignites, hold the knob in for
10 to 15 seconds, then slowly turn the knob to the desired flame height. When the fire
table is not in use, cover it to protect the finish, lava rocks, and components from outdoor
elements. Make sure the fire table is cool before covering. Troubleshooting. Please follow
these steps to work through common questions when using your fire table. If the electronic
ignition will not light the fire table, make sure the battery is installed correctly with
the positive end facing out. Then, make sure the wires are fully inserted into the igniter
box. If the fire table will not ignite, make sure you are pushing the control knob in while
simultaneously pressing in the igniter button. Once lit, make sure the knob is pressed in
for 15 to 30 seconds before adjusting the flame height. If the fire table will not stay
lit, or the flame goes out minutes after lighting, the thermocouple connection may be loose.
On the control valve, tighten the brass nut with an 8-millimeter wrench, tighten until
it stops, do not over tighten. If you cannot hear the gas flowing to the burner, it is
likely the excess flow safety device may have been tripped. To reset it, turn the control
knob to off, disconnect the regulator from the tank. Turn the control knob back to high,
and allow the unit to sit for 30 seconds. Turn the control knob back to off and reconnect
the tank. Turn the gas back on and follow normal lighting procedures. If you have further
technical questions, please contact Real Flame directly at 1-800-654-1704.