Analysis of CCD photometry performed during 12 nights and the estimate of the distance based on the light curve is presented. The photometric data is modulated with a period of 3.7 h, which we interpret as the orbital period above the period gap distribution of cataclysmic variables. The VSNET light curve combined with data from IAU Circulars suggests a distance of 4.5±0.4 kpc based on t
3 time estimates. Two spectra 11 days after the maximum were taken. The expansion velocity of the envelope was derived to be 1658±62 km s–1.