Main Street Fire Table
Main Street Fire Table
Main Street Fire Table
Main Street Fire Table
Main Street Fire Table
Main Street Fire Table
Main Street Fire Table
Main Street Fire Table
Main Street Fire Table
Main Street Fire Table
Main Street Fire Table
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  • Main Street Fire Table
  • Main Street Fire Table
  • Main Street Fire Table
  • Main Street Fire Table
  • Main Street Fire Table
  • Main Street Fire Table
  • Main Street Fire Table
  • Main Street Fire Table
  • Main Street Fire Table
  • Main Street Fire Table
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    Main Street Fire Table

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    The Main Street Fire Table is made entirely of powder-coated steel and is our smallest fire table yet. Perfect for small spaces and lightweight to easily move around or into storage.
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    Specifications

    • Model #: 430
    • Colour: Black
    • Dimensions: L 28" x W 28" x H 24"
    • Weight: 50.7 lbs
    • Ignition Type: Auto Ignition + Thermocouple
    • Includes: 8.8 lb Arctic Ice decorative glass rock set, pre-attached 1 m hose + regulator
    • 50,000 BTU/HR, for use with a standard 20 lb (5 gallon) propane tank
    • High-quality powder-coated steel frame + powder-coated steel side panels + powder-coated steel tabletop
    • Chrome valve knob offers adjustable flame height
    • Stainless-steel burner + burn pan + fasteners
    • CSA approved to use during most fire bans

    Owner's Manual (PDF)

    Questions & Answers

    Question:
    Do the glass rocks cover the burner?
    Answer:

    Yes, the rocks cover the burner and can be rearranged to ensure proper area flow.

    Yes, the rocks cover the burner and can be rearranged to ensure proper area flow.

    Question:
    How much heat does this fire table give off?
    Answer:

    This fire table produces 50,000 BTU on the highest setting.

    This fire table produces 50,000 BTU on the highest setting.

    Question:
    Can this fire table be left outside during harsh weather?
    Answer:

    In the case of harsh weather conditions (rain/snow storms or severe winds/freezing temperatures), we recommend that you store your fire table indoors, away from the outer elements, to ensure its longevity.

    In the case of harsh weather conditions (rain/snow storms or severe winds/freezing temperatures), we recommend that you store your fire table indoors, away from the outer elements, to ensure its longevity.

    Question:
    Will my propane tank be hidden within the unit?
    Answer:

    Yes, this fire table features a stabilizer ring within its base which will hold a standard 20 lb (5 gallon) propane tank.

    Yes, this fire table features a stabilizer ring within its base which will hold a standard 20 lb (5 gallon) propane tank.

    Question:
    What is the frame made of?
    Answer:

    The frame of this fire table is made of black powder-coated steel.

    The frame of this fire table is made of black powder-coated steel.

    Question:
    What are the black panel inserts made of?
    Answer:

    The metal panel inserts on the body of the fire table are made of black powder coated steel.

    The metal panel inserts on the body of the fire table are made of black powder coated steel.

    Question:
    How big is the tabletop?
    Answer:

    The tabletop of this fire table is 28" x 28" square.

    The tabletop of this fire table is 28" x 28" square.

    Question:
    How long will the propane last?
    Answer:

    The anticipated burn time for your Outland Fire Table using a full 20 lb (5 gallon) propane cylinder is between 8 and 12 hours depending on where the flame height is set. Elevation and temperature affect the cylinder gas pressure and performance (flame height).

    The anticipated burn time for your Outland Fire Table using a full 20 lb (5 gallon) propane cylinder is between 8 and 12 hours depending on where the flame height is set. Elevation and temperature affect the cylinder gas pressure and performance (flame height).

    Question:
    What is a thermocouple?
    Answer:

    A thermocouple is a temperature sensitive safety feature mounted underneath the igniter cover, next to the ignition pin. The thermocouple is connected to the gas valve by two wires (a round electrical connection and a ground wire). The thermocouple is a safety feature, mandated by CSA, designed to see more

    A thermocouple is a temperature sensitive safety feature mounted underneath the igniter cover, next to the ignition pin. The thermocouple is connected to the gas valve by two wires (a round electrical connection and a ground wire). The thermocouple is a safety feature, mandated by CSA, designed to shut off the gas supply to prevent un-burnt gas from free-flowing through the burner if the table top flames go out unexpectedly.

    Question:
    How does the thermocouple work?
    Answer:

    The thermocouple functions by transforming heat from the flames into a small electrical current (milliamp). The electrical current functions to keep a spring valve open in the gas valve so the gas supply can flow. The heat generates an electrical current which flows from the thermocouple to the see more

    The thermocouple functions by transforming heat from the flames into a small electrical current (milliamp). The electrical current functions to keep a spring valve open in the gas valve so the gas supply can flow. The heat generates an electrical current which flows from the thermocouple to the gas valve through the round connector wire. A second electrical connection (the ground wire) loops the electrical circuit back from the gas valve to the thermocouple. The electrical circuit keeps the gas valve open. If the flame shuts off, the electrical current stops, the spring valve closes and the gas valve shuts off the gas supply. **Important: If the electrical circuit is compromised (i.e. a loose ground wire connection), the gas valve will shut off and the fire table will not stay lit (see section "What is a Ground Wire" within the product manual for more information).

    Question:
    How do I ignite the fire table?
    Answer:

    • Confirm the igniter cable is connected and the small silicon boot is over top the connection. This is a small rectangular push in connection. • Confirm the round thermocouple cable is firmly connected and the small silicon boot is over top the connection. This is a round see more

    • Confirm the igniter cable is connected and the small silicon boot is over top the connection. This is a small rectangular push in connection. • Confirm the round thermocouple cable is firmly connected and the small silicon boot is over top the connection. This is a round push in connection. • Confirm the thermocouple ground wire is firmly connected. This is a #2 Philips screw connection. Push the knob in and quickly turn to the high flame mark. Do not release the gas knob. The ignitor will spark and ignite the gas. After 10 seconds, once the thermocouple is heated, release the knob and the fire table should stay lit. If ignition does not occur, or the flame goes out after releasing the gas knob, turn the knob to the “off” position. Repeat the push-in and turn to high flame motion 2-3 times consecutively until the burner ignites. Remember to keep holding in the gas knob for at least 10 seconds once you see a visible ignition.

    Question:
    What is a ground wire?
    Answer:

    The thermocouple ground wire ensures a proper electrical connection (electrical circuit) is made between the thermocouple and gas valve assembly. It is important to ensure that the ground wire screw terminal is securely fastened and making full contact with the valve. If the ground wire connection is loose see more

    The thermocouple ground wire ensures a proper electrical connection (electrical circuit) is made between the thermocouple and gas valve assembly. It is important to ensure that the ground wire screw terminal is securely fastened and making full contact with the valve. If the ground wire connection is loose the thermocouple electrical circuit will fail, causing the gas supply to shut off and/or the fire table flame will not stay lit after ignition.

    Question:
    Ignition Troubleshooting:
    Answer:

    • Ensure the igniter connection is made at the gas valve. • Ensure silicon boot is over top the connection. • Ensure the igniter cover is not obstructed by glass rocks (no glass rocks on top of the igniter cover and leave a bit of space around sides see more

    • Ensure the igniter connection is made at the gas valve. • Ensure silicon boot is over top the connection. • Ensure the igniter cover is not obstructed by glass rocks (no glass rocks on top of the igniter cover and leave a bit of space around sides for oxygen flow). • Ensure igniter tip is approx. 3-5mm (1/8-5/32”) from electrode tip and a spark is visible. The most likely ignition problem is the thermocouple: 1. Remove the igniter cover and clean the igniter tip and thermocouple tip of any carbon buildup using a damp rag. (Carbon buildup insulates the thermocouple and degrades the electrical connection). 2. Ensure the ground wire connection is firmly screwed down and the connector terminal is making a totally flat contact connection. 3. Ensure the round thermocouple connector is fully pushed in. 4. Ensure the igniter cable is properly engaged. 5. Review ignition steps (push in and turn to ignite, do not release gas valve; keep holding gas valve in for 10 seconds before releasing). IF YOU CANNOT GET SPARK: 1. Look inside the igniter cover. Ensure there is no debris between the electrode tips or carbon fouling visible on the electrode tips. 2. Locate the igniter cable. Ensure the connector is attached firmly to the gas valve and the silicone cover is pressed up against the gas valve connection. IF YOU GET SPARK, BUT THERE IS NO GAS, OR THE GAS KEEPS SHUTTING OFF: 1. Locate the thermocouple ground wire. Ensure the ground screw is tight on the wire connector. 2. Locate the round thermocouple connector. Make sure it is set in the connection. Hold the gas knob on the outside, so it doesn’t move and push the connector in hard. Ensure the silicone cover is pressed up against the gas valve connection. Follow the ignition sequence again. If still no results after three tries, move to step 3 below. 3. Wait until the glass rocks are cool, or wait 5 minutes for any gas to dissipate – whichever is longer. 4. Turn the gas cylinder valve to the ‘Closed’ position. 5. Open the fire table gas knob control for 3 seconds to release gas pressure. 6. Close gas knob. 7. Locate the Igniter Cover Cap in the burner tray. 8. Wear eye protection. Use a tool to move the glass rocks away from the Igniter Cover Cap. 9. Remove the Igniter Cover Cap. 10. Use a damp rag to wipe and clean the thermocouple tip and igniter tip. 11. Ensure the spark gap is about 3-5mm (1/8-5/32”) apart and has a clear path. 12. Visually inspect the spark by rotating the knob to engage the igniter (without turning the gas back on at the cylinder!) If no spark, check connections again. If spark, go to next step. 13. Replace the Igniter Cover. Ensure no glass rocks are inside the protected cover area. IMPORTANT: When arranging the glass rocks back around the Igniter Cover, ensure no rocks are on top of the igniter cover. Leave sufficient room around the igniter cover so that air can circulate. CAUTION: When inspecting the ignition, watch for glass dust. Wear eye protection. Use a tool or wear gloves to move glass rocks. Avoid blowing glass dust in the air.

    Question:
    There is black carbon forming on the rocks / inside the burner tray:
    Answer:

    If carbon deposits are noticeably forming on your glass rocks this usually indicates a lack of oxygen. Check to see the burner tube venturi opening is wide open (where the burner tube meets the gas valve). Adjust glass rocks away from the burner tube holes. Some carbon is see more

    If carbon deposits are noticeably forming on your glass rocks this usually indicates a lack of oxygen. Check to see the burner tube venturi opening is wide open (where the burner tube meets the gas valve). Adjust glass rocks away from the burner tube holes. Some carbon is expected to buildup on the sides of the fire table burner tray. It is easy to clean. Simply wipe it away. Before cleaning, ensure the fire table and rocks are not hot. Use a rag to wipe the carbon deposit from the burner tray. Wash glass rocks to remove black.

    Question:
    The burner tray is tarnishing:
    Answer:

    It is normal for your burner tray to tarnish during regular operation. The surface tarnish on the stainless-steel appears as a rusty-dark brown and gold-yellow color (it is not rust!). The tarnish is caused by the heat of the flame and can be removed by using standard stainless-steel see more

    It is normal for your burner tray to tarnish during regular operation. The surface tarnish on the stainless-steel appears as a rusty-dark brown and gold-yellow color (it is not rust!). The tarnish is caused by the heat of the flame and can be removed by using standard stainless-steel cleaning products (we recommend a product called “Barkeeper’s Friend”). Use a non-abrasive pad to wipe in the direction of the grain of the stainless-steel (do not wipe in a circular motion, or against the grain, or scratches may appear). With a little ‘elbow grease’, the surface tarnish can be removed.

    Question:
    My glass rocks are cracking:
    Answer:

    Your glass rocks may crack and turn brown/black under normal operating conditions. Glass rocks tend to crack if exposed to water/rain during operation. This does not affect the functionality of your fire table. The glass rocks can be washed clean. Replacement glass rocks can be purchased from our see more

    Your glass rocks may crack and turn brown/black under normal operating conditions. Glass rocks tend to crack if exposed to water/rain during operation. This does not affect the functionality of your fire table. The glass rocks can be washed clean. Replacement glass rocks can be purchased from our website at the footer section "REPLACEMENT PARTS".

    Question:
    Does this fire table come in any other colors or sizes?
    Answer:

    Currently, this model fire table is only available in the one color option (all black) and the one size. However, the Yaletown Fire Table is very similar but slightly larger and features a glass tabletop. Check out the comparison chart to easily view all the main differences of see more

    Currently, this model fire table is only available in the one color option (all black) and the one size. However, the Yaletown Fire Table is very similar but slightly larger and features a glass tabletop. Check out the comparison chart to easily view all the main differences of our fire tables.

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