BLUE FLAME V EN T-F RE E
NATURAL GA S
SPACE H E AT E R
OW NE R ’ S OPE RAT ION AND INSTA LLATION M ANUAL
WARNING : If the information in
this manual is not followed exactly,
a f i r e o r e x p l o si o n ma y r e s u l t
causing property damage, personal
injury, or loss of life.
Do not store, or use gasoline or other flammable
vapors and liquids in the vicinity of this or any
other appliance.
WHAT TO DO IF YOU SMELL GAS
MN200EBC
MN300EBC
MN200EHBC
MN300EHBC
WARNING : Improper installation,
adjustment, alteration, service or mainten an ce can cause injury or property
damage. Refer to this manual for correct
installation and operational procedures.
For assistance or additional information
consult a qualified installer, service agency,
or gas supplier.
WARNING: This is an unvented gasfired heater. It uses air (oxygen) from the
room in which it is installed.Provisions
for adequate combustion and ventilation air
must be provided. Refer to Air For Combustion and Ventilation section on page 5 of
this manual.
Continental Appliance Inc./US Office
5 Musick
4600 Highlands Parkway S.E.
Irvine
Suite# D/E
CA 92618
Smyrna GA 30080
Nanjing PRO-COM Electric Appliance Co.,Ltd.
#6 Chuangye Road,High New Tech.Zone,
Great Bridge Road North,Nanjing,210061,China.
l Do not try to light any appliance.
l Do not touch any electrical switch; do not
use any phone in your building.
l Immediately call your gas supplier from a
neighbor’s phone. Follow the gas supplier’s
instructions.
l If you cannot reach your gas supplier,
call the fire department.
Installation and service must be performed
by a qualified installer, service agency or
gassupplier.
This appliance may be installed in an aftermarket* permanently located, manufactured
(mobile) home, where not prohibited by local
codes.
This appliance is only for use with the type
of gas indicated on the rating plate. This
appliance is not convertible for use with other
gases.
WATER VAPOR: A BY-PRODUCT OF UNVENTED
ROOM HEATERS
Water vapor is a by-product of gas combustion.An
unvented room heater products approximately one (1)
ounce (30ml) of water for every 1,000 BTU’s(.3KW’s)
of gas input per hour. Refer to page 4.
*Aftermarket: Completion of sale, not for purpose of
resale, from the manufacturer.
Installer: Please leave these instructions with the
consumer.
Consumer: Please retain these instructions for
future use.
TOLL FREE NUMBER: 1-877-886-5989
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Table of Contents
Safety Information......................................................................................2
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Product Features..................................................................................... 3
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Local Codes..............................................................................................3
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Unpacking................................................................................................. 4
Air for Combustion and Ventilation......................................................... 5
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Installation.................................................................................................. 7
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Connecting to Gas Supply....................................................................... 9
Checking Gas Connections...................................................................10
Operating Your Heater.............................................................................11
Cleaning & Maintenance.........................................................................14
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Replacement Parts..................................................................................16
Specifications....................................................................................... ...16
Troubleshooting........................................................................................17
Parts List...........................................................................................................20
SAFETY INFORMATION
Make certain you read and understand all warnings. Keep this
manual for reference. It is your
guide to safe and proper operation
of this heater.
IMPORTANT : Read this
owner’s manual carefully and
completely before trying to
assemble, operate, or service
this heater. Improper use of
this heater can cause serious
injury or death from burns,
fire, explosion, electrical
shock, and carbon monoxide
poisoning.
DANGER: Carbon monoxide
poisoning may lead to death!
DO NOT INSTALL HEATER UNTIL ALL
CARBON MONOXIDE POISON-
NECESSARY PROVISIONS ARE
ING MAY LEAD TO DEATH!
MADE FOR COMBUSTION AND VEN- Early signs of carbon monoxide poiTILATION AIR . CONSULT THE WRIT- son in g resem b le t he f lu w it h
TEN INSTRUCTIONS PROVIDED h ea d ac h e, d i z z in e ss an d / o r
WITH THE HEATER FOR INFORMTION nausea. If you have these signs,
CONCERNING COMBUSTION AND heater may not be working properly.
VENTILATION AIR. IN THE ABSENCE Get fresh air at once! Have heater
OF INSTRUCTIONS. REFER TO THE serviced.Some people - pregnant
N AT I O N A L F U E L G A S C O D E . women, persons with heart or lung
ANSI Z223. 1. SECTION 5.3 OR disease, anemia, those under the
APPLICABLE LOCAL CODES.
influnce of alcohol, those at hight
This heater is equipped with a PILOT
LIGHT SAFETY SYSTEM designed to
turn off the heater if not enough fresh
altitude - are more affected by carbon monoxide than others.
WARNING
air is available
Natural Gas:
W hen used without fresh air, heater
DO NOT TAMPER WITH PILOT LIGHT
odorless. An odor-making agent
may give off CARBON MONOXIDE, an
SAFETY SYSTEM!
is added to natural gas.The odor
odorless, poisonous gas.
If heater shuts off, do not relight until
helps you detect a natural gas
WARNING
you provide fresh air.
If heater keeps shutting off have it serviced . Keep burner and control compartment clean.
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Natural gas is
leak. However, the odor added
to natural gas can fade. Natural
gas may be present
though no odor exists.
even
SAFETY INFORMATION
WARNING: Do not use
any accessory not approved
for use with this heater.
WARNING: Any change to
this heater or its controls can
be dangerous.
WARNING
Modeles MN200EBC MN200EHBC
MN300EBC MN300EHBC are
equipped for Natural Gas. Field
conversion is not permitted.
Due to high temperatures, heater
should be kept out of traffic and
away from furniture and draperies.
Front surface of heater becomes
very hot when running heater.
Keep children and adults away
from hot surface to avoid burns
or clothing ignition. Heater will
remain hot for a time after shut
down. Allow surface to cool
before touching.
Do not place clothing or other
flammable material on or near
the appliance. Never place any
objects on the heater.
C are fu l ly s up e rv i se yo un g
children when they are in the
same room with heater.
Make sure grill guard is in
place before running the heater.
Keep the
and free
materials,
flammable
appliance area clear
from combustible
gasoline, and other
vapors and liquids.
1. This appliance is only for use
with the type of gas indicated
on the rating plate. This
appliance is not convertible for
use with other gases.\
2. If you smell gas
l Shut off gas supply.
l Do not try to light any appliance.
l Do not touch any electrical
switch, do not use any phone in
your building.
l Immediately call your gas supplier from a neighbor’s phone.
F ollo w th e g as su pp lier’ s
instructions.
l If you cannot reach your gas
supplier, call the fire department.
3. This heater shall not be in stalled
in a bedroom or bathroom.
4. This heater needs fresh, outside
air ventilation to run properly. This
heater has an Oxygen Depletion
Sensor (ODS) safety shutoff
system.The ODS shuts down the
heater if not enough fresh air
is available. See Fresh Air for
Combustion and Ventilation
pages 5 and 6.
5. Keep all air openings in front
and
bottom of heater clear and free of
debris. This will insure enough air
for proper combustion.
6. If heater shuts off. Do not relight
until you provide fresh, outside
air. If heater keeps shutting off,
have it serviced.
7. Do not operate
l W here flammable liquids or
vapors are used or stored
l Under dusty conditions
8. Before using furniture polish,
wax, carpet cleaner, or similar
p ro d u c ts, t u rn h eat er o f f . If
heated, the vapors from these
products may create a white
powder residue within burner
box or on adjacent walls or
furniture.
9. Do not use heater if any part
has been under water. Immediately call a qualified service technician to inspect the room heater
and to replace any part of the
control system and any gas control which has been under water.
10.Turn off and unplug heater and
let cool before servicing. Only a
qualified service person should
service and repair heater.
11.Operating heater above elevations
of 4,500 feet could cause pilot
outage.
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PRODUCT FEATURES
(See Figure 1,page 4)
SAFETY PILOT
This heater has a pilot with an
Oxygen Deplet ion Senso r(ODS)
safety shutoff system.
The ODS/pilot shuts off the heater
if there is not enough fresh air.
AUTOMATIC IGNITION
SYSTEM
This heater is equipped with an
automatic control system.
This system requires no matches,
or batteries to light heater.
TOUCH PAD
THERMOSTATIC HEAT
CONTROL
This heater has a control module with
a thermostat sensing bulb. set
temperrature with touch pad. This results in the greatest heater comfort
and may result in lower gas bills.
MANUL OVERRIDE
CONTROL SYSTEM
(MN200EHBC, MN300EHBC)
There are two control systems,
electric and manual overide.If no
electric power is available,you can
operate heater by manual overide.
LOCAL CODES
This heater is designed for vent-free
operation. Some state and local
codes prohibit the use of vent-free
heater.
PRODUCT FEATURES
ON/OFF Switch
Touch Pad
Cabinet Top
Burners
Grill Guard
Ignitor for Manual Overide Control
System
Lower Front Panel
Door
Satety Pilot
Control Knob for Manual Overide
Control System
Figure1-Vent-Free Heater
LOCAL CODES continued
State of Massachusetts : The installation must be
made by a licensed plumber or gas fitter in the
Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
Sellers of unvented propane or natural gas-fired
supplemental room heaters shall provide to each
purchaser a copy of 527 CMR30 upon sale of the
unit.
In the State of Massachusetts, unvented propane
and natural gas-fired space heaters shall be prohibited in bedrooms and bathrooms.
Install and use heater with care. Follow all local
codes. In the absence of local codes, use the
latest edition of National Fuel Gas code ANSI
Z223.1, also known as NFPA 54*.
*Available from :
American National Standards Institute, Inc.
1430 Broadway
New York, NY 10018
National Fire Protection Association, Inc.
Batterymarch Park
Quincy, MA 02269
UNPACKING
1. Remove heater from carton.
2. Remove all protective packaging applied to
heater for shipment.
3. Check heater for any shipping damage. If
heater is damaged, promptly inform dealer
where you bought heater.
WATER VAPOR: A BY-PRODUCT OF VENT-FREE ROOM HEATERS
2. If high humidity is experienced, a dehumidifier may
be used to help lower the water vapor content of the air.
3. Do not use vent-free room heater as the primary
heat source.
Water vapor is a by-product of gas combustion. An ventfree room heater products approximately one (1) ounce
(30ml) of water for every 1,000 BTU’s (.3KW ’s) of gas
input per hour.
Ven t -f r ee roo m h eaters are rec o mm end ed as
supplemental heat (a room) rather than a primary heat
source (an entire house) . In most supplemental heat
application, the water vapor does not create a problem.
In most applications, the water vapor enhances the
low humidity atmosphere experience during cold
weather.
The following steps will help insure that water vapor
does not become a problem.
1. Be sure the heater is sized properly for the application,
including ample combustion and ventilation air.
IMPORTANT: Vent-free heaters add moisture to
the air. Although this is beneficial, installing heater
in rooms without enough ventilation air may cause
mildew to form from too much moisture. See Fresh
Air for Combustion and Ventilation, pages 5 and 6.
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AIR FOR COMBUSTION
AND VENTILATION
WARNING: This heater shall
not be installed in a confined
space or unusually tight construction unless provisions are
provided for adequate combustion and ventilation air. Read the
following instructions to insure
proper fresh air for this and
other fuel-burning appliances in
your home.
PROVIDING ADEQUATE
VENTILATION
The following are excerpts from
National Fuel Gas Code. NFPA 54/
ANSI Z223.1, Section 5.3. Air for
Combustion and Ventilation. All
spaces in homes fall into one of
the three
following
ventilation
classifications:
1.
Unusually Tight Construction
2.
Unconfined Space
3.
Confined Space
The information on pages 5 through
6 will help you classify your space
and provide adequate ventilation.
Unusually Tight Construction
The air that leaks around doors and
windows may provide enough fresh
air for combustion and ventilation.
However, in buildings of unusually
tight construction, you must provide
additional fresh air.
Unusually tight construction is
defined as construction where:
a. W alls and ceilings exposed to
the outside atmosphere have a
continuous water vapor retarder
with a rating of one perm (6×10-11 kg
per pa-sec-m2) or less with openings
gasketed or sealed and
b. W eather stripping has been
added on openable windows and
doors and
c. Caulking or sealants are applied
to areas such as joints around
window and door frames, between
sole plates and floors, between
wall-ceiling joints, between wall
panels, at penetrations for plumbing,
electrical, and gas lines, and at
other openings. If your home meets
all of the three criteria above, you
must provide additional fresh air.
See Ventilation Air From Outdoors,
page 6.
If your home does not meet all of
the three criteria above, see Determining Fresh-Air Flow for Heater
Location, page 5.
Confined and Unconfined
Space
The National Fuel Gas Code ANSI
Z223.1 defines a confined space as
a space whose volume is less than
50 cubic feet per 1,000 Btu per hour
(4.8 m3 per kw) of the aggregate input rating of all
appliances in-
stalled in that space and an unconfined space as
a space whose
volume is not less than 50 cubic
feet per 1,000 Btu per hour (4.8 m 3
per kw) of the aggregate input rating of all
appliances installed in
that space. Rooms communicating
directly with the space in which the
appliances are installed*, through
openings not furnished with doors,
are considered a part of the unconfined space.
This heater shall not be installed
in a confined space or unusually
tight construction unless
provisions
are provided for adequate combustion and ventilation ai r.
*
Adjoining rooms are communicat-
ing only if there are doorless passageways or ventilation grills between them.
DETERMINING FRESH-AIR FLOW FOR HEATER LOCATION
Determining if you have a Confined or Unconfined Space*
Use this worksheet to determine if you have a confined or unconfined space.
Space: Includes the room in which you will install heater plus any adjoining rooms with doorless passageways
or ventilation grills between the rooms.
1. Determine the volume of the space (length×width×height).
cu.ft. (volume of space)
Length×Width×Height=
Example: Space size20ft. (length)×16ft.( width)×8ft. (ceiling height)=2560cu. ft. (volume of space)
If additional ventilation to adjoining room is supplied with grills or openings, add the volume of these rooms
to the total volume of the space.
2. Divide the space volume by 50 cubic feet to determine the maximum Btu/Hr the space can support.
(volume of space)÷ 50 cu. ft.=(Maximum Btu/Hr the space can support)
Example: 2560 cu. ft. (volume of space)÷50 cu.ft.=51.2 or 51.200(maximum Btu/Hr the space can support)
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3. Add the Btu/Hr of all fuel burning appliances in the space.
Btu/Hr
Vent-free heater
Gas water heater*
Btu/Hr
Example:
Gas furnace
Btu/Hr
Gas water heater
40,000
Btu/Hr
Vented gas heater
Btu/Hr
Vent free heater +
18,000
Btu/Hr
Gas Fireplace logs
Btu/Hr
Total
= 58,000
Btu/Hr
Other gas appliances* +
Btu/Hr
Total
=
Btu/Hr
*Do not include direct-vent gas appliances. Direct-vent draws combustion air from the outdoors and
vents to the outdoors.
4. Compare the maximum Btu/Hr the space can support with the actual amount of Btu/Hr used.
Btu/Hr (maximum the space can support)
Btu/Hr (actual amount of Btu/Hr used)
Example : 51,200 Btu/Hr(maximum the space can support)
58,000 Btu/Hr(actual amount of Btu/Hr used)
The space in the above example is a confined space because the actual Btu/Hr used is more than the
maximum Btu/Hr the space can support.
You must provide additional fresh air. Your options are as follows:
A. Rework worksheet, adding the space of an adjoining room. If the extra space provides an unconfined
space, remove door to adjoining room or add ventilation grills between rooms. See Ventilation Air From
inside Building.
B. Vent room directly to the outdoors. See Ventilation Air From Outdoors .
C. Install a lower Btu/Hr heater, if lower Btu/Hr size makes room unconfined.
If the actual Btu/Hr used is less than the maximum Btu/Hr the space can support, the space is an
unconfined space. You will need no additional fresh air ventilation.
NOTE: If the area in which the heater may be operated is smaller than that defined as an unconfined space
or if the building is of unusually tight construction, provide adequate combustion and ventilation air by one
of the methods described in the National Fuel Gas Code, ANSI Z223.1, Section 5.3 or applicable local
Ventilation Air From Inside Building
This fresh air would come from an adjoining
unconfined space. W hen ventilating to an adjoining unconfined space, you must provide two permanent openings: one within 12" of the ceiling and
one within 12" of the floor on the wall connecting
the two spaces (see options 1 and 2, Figure 2). You
can also remove door into adjoining room (see
option 3, Figure 2). Follow the National Fuel Gas
Code NFPA 54/ANSI Z223.1. Section 5.3, Air for Combustion and Ventilation for required size of ventilation grills or ducts.
Figure 2 -Ventilation Air from Inside Building
Ventilation Air From Outdoors
Provide extra fresh air by using ventilation grills or
ducts: You must provide two permanent openings:
one within 12 " of the ceiling and one within
12" of the floor.
Connect these items directly to the outdoors or
spaces open to the outdoors.
These spaces include attics and crawl spaces. Follow the National Fuel Gas Code NFPA 54/ANSI
Z223.1, Section 5.3. Air for Combustion and Ventilation for required size of ventilation grills or ducts.
IMPORTANT: Do not provide openings for inlet or
Figure 3 -Ventilation Air from Outdoors
outlet air into attic if attic has a thermostat-con- Rework worksheet, adding the space of the adjoining unconfined space. The combined spaces must have enough fresh
trolled power vent.
Heated air entering the attic will activate the power vent. air to supply all appliances in both spaces.
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INSTALLATION
NOTICE: This heater is intended for use as supplemental
heat. Use this heater along with
your primary heating system. Do
not install this heater as your
primary heat source. If you have a
central heating system, you may
run system’s circulating blower
while using heater. This will help
circulate the heat throughout the
house. In the event of a power
outage, you can use this heater
as your primary heat source.
WARNING: A qualified service
person must install heater. Follow all local codes.
WARNING:
CAUTION: If you install the
heater in a home garage
l heater pilot and burner must
be at least 18 inches above
floor.
l locate heater where moving
vehicle will not hit it.
CAUTION: This heater creates
warm air currents. These currents
move heat to wall surfaces next
t o h e at e r. I n s t al li n g h ea t e r
next to vinyl or cloth wall coverings or operating heater where
i m p u r it i es ( su c h as t o b a c c o
smoke, aromatic candles, cleaning fluids, oil or kerosene lamps,
etc.) in the air exist may discolor
walls.
Electrical
Grounding Instructions
This appliance is equipped with a
three-prong (grounding) plug for
your protection aginst shock hazard
and should be plugged directly into
CHECK GAS TYPE
Use only Natural gas. If your gas
supply is not Natural, do not install
heater. Call dealer w here you
bought heater for proper type heater.
Figure 4 -Mounting Clearances
As Viewed From Front Of Heater
FASTENING HEATER TO WALL
Mounting Bracket
The mounting bracket is located
on back panel of heater (see
Figure 5). It has been taped there
for shipping. Remove mounting
bracket from back panel.
a properly grounded three-prong receptacle
WARNING: Never install the
heater
l in a bedroom or bathroom.
l in a recreational vehicle.
l where curtains, furniture,
clothing, or other flammable
objects are less than 36 inches
from the front, top, or sides
of the heater.
l as a fireplace insert.
l in high traffic areas.
l in windy or drafty areas.
LOCATING HEATER
This heater is designed for mounting on a wall, set on floor, away
from a wall.
Purchase optional floor mounting
stand from your dealer.
See Accessories, page 16.
For convenience and efficiency,
install heater
l where there is easy access for
operation, inspection, and service
l in coldest part of room
WARNING: Maintain the minimum clearances shown in Figure 4. If you can, provide greater
clearances from floor, ceiling,
and joining wall.
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Figure 5 -Mounting Bracket
Location
INSTALLATION
3. Insert wall anchor (wings
first)
into hole. Tap anchor flush to
Only Insert Mounting
Screws Through Last
Hole On Each End
wall.
4. For thin walls (1/2" or less),
insert red key into wall anchor.
Floor
Model MN200EBC MN200EHBC
Adjoining Wall
Methods For Attaching Mounting
Bracket To Wall
Only use last hole on each end
of mounting bracket to attach
bracket to wall. These two holes
are 16 inches apart from their
centers. Attach mounting bracket to
wall only in one of two ways:
1. Attaching to wall stud
2. Attaching to wall anchor
Note: Wall anchors, mounting screws
are in hardware package. The hardware package is provided with
heater.
Adjoining Wall
continued
Only Insert Mounting
Screws Through Last
Hole On Each End
Push red key to "pop" open anchor wings (see Figure 8).
IMPORTANT: Do not hammer key! For thick walls (over 1/
2 " t h i c k ) o r s o li d w all s,
do not pop open wings.
Floor
Model MN300EBC MN300EHBC
Attaching to Wall Stud: This method
provides the strongest hold. Insert
mounting screws through mounting
bracket and into wall studs.
Attaching to Wall Anchor: This
m et ho d allow s you to att ac h
mounting bracket to hollow walls
(wall areas between studs) or to
solid walls (concrete or masonry).
Decide which method better
suits your needs. Either method
will provide a secure hold for the
mounting bracket.
Marking Screw Locations
1. Tape mounting bracket to wall
where heater will be located.
Make sure mounting bracket is
level.
WARNING: Maintain the
minimum clearances shown in
Figure 6. If you can, provide greater
clearances from floor, ceiling, and
joining wall.
2. Mark sc rew loc at io ns on
wall. (see Figure 6)
Note: Only mark last hole on
each end of mounting bracket.
Insert mounting screws through
these holes only.
3. Remove tape and mounting
bracket from wall.
Figure 6 - Mounting Bracket
Clearances
Attaching to Wall Stud Method
For attaching mounting bracket to
wall studs
1. Drill holes at marked locations
using 9/64" drill bit.
2. Place mounting bracket onto
wall. Line up last hole on each
end of bracket with holes drilled
in wall.
3.
Insert mounting screws through
bracket and into wall studs.
4.
Tighten screws until mounting
bracket is firmly fastened to
wall studs.
Attaching to Wall Anchor
Method
For attaching mounting bracket to
hollow walls (wall areas between
studs) or solid walls (concrete or
masonry)
1. Drill holes at marked locations
using 5/16" drill bit. For solid
walls (concrete or masonry), drill
at least 1" deep.
2. Fold wall anchor as shown in
Figure 7 below.
Figure 7- Folding Anchor
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Figure 8 - Popping Open Anchor
Wing For Thin Walls
5. Place mounting bracket onto
wall. Line up last hole on
each end of bracket with wall
anchors.
6. Insert mounting screws through
bracket and into wall anchors.
7. Tighten screws until mounting
bracket is firmly fastened to wall.
Placing Heater on Mounting
Bracket
1. Locate two horizontal slots on
back panel of heater (see
Figure 9).
2. Place heater onto mounting
bracket. Slide horizontal slots
onto stand-out tabson
mounting bracket.
Figure 9 - Mounting Heater Onto
Mounting Bracket
INSTALLATION
CONNECTING TO GAS
SUPPLY
continued
Installing Bottom Bracket (See
Figure10)
1. Install bottom bracket to heater
bottom with two screws. It may
be more convenient to remove
heater from wall mounting .
bracket to attach bottom bracket
2. Place heater on mounting
bracket.
3. Locate two bottom mounting
holes on wall. These holes are
near bottom on heater (see
Figure 10).
WARNING: A qualified
service person must connect
heater to gas supply. Follow all
local codes.
WARNING: This appliance
requires a 3/8 " NPT (National
Pipe Thread) inlet connection
to the pressure regulator.
WARNING:Do not over tighten
gas connections.
*A CSA/AGA design-certified equipment shutoff valve with 1/8 " NPT
tap is an acceptable alternative to
test gauge connection. Purchase
the optional CSA/AGA design certified equipment shutoff valve from
your dealer. See Accessories, page
16.
IMPORTANT : Check your gas
line pressure before connecting
heater to gas line.Gas line pressure must be no greater than 14
inches of water.If gas line pressure is higher,heater regulator
damage could occur.
WARNING: Never connect
heater to private ( non-utility )
gas well.This gas is commonly
known as well-head gas.
CAUTION: Use only new, black
iron or steel pipe. Internally-tinned
copper tubing may be used in
certain areas. Check your local
codes. Use pipe of large enough
diameter to allow proper gas volume
to heater. If pipe is too small,
undue loss of pressure will occur.
Figure 10 - Installing Bottom Bracket
4. Mark screw locations on wall.
5. Remove heater from mounting
bracket.
6. If installing
bottom
mounting
screws into hollow or solid wall,
install wall anchors. Follow steps
1 through 4 under Attaching To
Wall Anchor Method. If installing bottom mounting Screw into
w all s t u d , d r ill h o le s a t
markedlocations using 9/64" drill
bit.
7. Replace heater onto mounting
bracket.
8. Tighten both screws until heater
is firmly secured to wall. Do not
over tighten.
CAUTION: Use pipe joint
sealant that is resistant to liquid
natural gas.
CAUTION: Aviod damage
to regulator. Hold gas regulator
with wrench when connecting to
gas piping and/or fittings.
INSTALLATION NEEDS
Before installing heater, make sure
you have the items listed below.
l piping (check local codes)
l sealant (resistant to Natural
gas)
l equipment shutoff valve*
l ground joint union
l test gauge connection*
l sediment trap
l tee joint
l pipe wrench
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Figure 11- Gas Meter
INSTALLATION
Pressure Testing Gas Supply
Piping System
Test Pressures In Excess Of
1/2 PSIG (3.5 K Pa)
1. Disconnect appliance with
its
appliance main gas valve (control
valve)
equipment
shutoff
valve from gas supply
and
piping
system. Pressures in
excess of
1/2 psig will damage heater
regulator.
2. Cap off open end of gas pipe
where equipment shutoff valve
was connected.
3. Pressurize supply
piping system
by either using compressed air
or
Figure 12 -Gas Connection
opening
main gas valve lo-
cated on or near gas meter.
*A CSA/AGA design-certified equipment shutoff valve with 1/8" NPT tap is
an acceptable alternative to test gauge connection. Purchase the optional
CSA/AGA design-certified equipment shutoff valve from your dealer.
4. Check all joints of gas supply
piping system. Apply mixture of
liquid soap and water to gas
joints. Bubbles forming show
State of Massachusetts : The installation must be made by a licensed
plumber or gas fitter in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
Sellers of unvented propane or natural gas-fired supplemental room
heaters shall provide to each purchaser a copy of 527 CMR30 upon
sale of the unit.
In the S tate of Massac husetts,
unvented propane and natural gasfired space heaters shall be prohibited in bedooms and bathrooms.
IMPORTANT: Install an equipment
shutoff valve in an accessible
location. The equipment shutoff
valve is for turning on or shutting
off the gas to the appliance.
Apply pipe joint sealant lightly to
male threads. This will prevent
excess sealant from going into
pipe. Excess sealant in pipe could
result in clogged heater valves.
Install sediment trap in supply line
as shown in Figure 12. Locate
sediment trap where it is within
reach for cleaning. Locate sediment trap where trapped matter
is not likely to freeze. A sediment
trap
traps
m o is tu re
and
contaminants. This keeps them
from going into heater controls. If
sediment trap is not installed or is
installed wrong, heater may not run
properly.
CHECKING GAS
CONNECTIONS
WARNING: Test all gas
piping and connections for leaks
after installing or servicing. Correct
all leaks at once.
WARNING: Never use an
open flame to check for a leak. Apply
a mixture of liquid soap and water to
all joints. Bubbles forming show a
leak. Correct all leaks at once.
a
leak.
5. Correct all leaks at once.
6. Reconnect heater and equipment
shutoff valve to gas supply. Check
reconnected fittings for leaks.
Test Pressures Equal To or
Less Than 1/2 PSIG (3.5 K Pa)
1. Close equipment shutoff valve
(see Figure 13).
2. Pressurize supply piping system
by either using compressed air
or opening main gas valve located on or near gas meter.
3. Check all joints from gas meter
to equipment shutoff valve (see
Figure 14). Apply mixture of liquid
soap and water
to
gas joints.
Bubbles forming show a leak.
CAUTION: Make sure external regulator has been installed between gas supply and heater. See
guidelines under Connecting to Gas
Supply.
10
4. Correct all leaks at once.
CHECKING GAS
CONNECTIONS
Continued
Pressure Testing Heater Gas
Connections
1. Open equipment shutoff valve
(see Figure 13).
2. Open main gas valve located on or
3.
4.
5.
6.
near gas meter.
Make sure no power to heater.
Check all joints from equipment
shutoff valve to control valve
(see Figure 14 ). Apply mixture of
liquid soap and water to gas
joints. Bubbles forming show
a leak.
Correct all leaks at once.
Light heater (see Operating
Heater, pages 11 and 12). Check
the rest of the internal joints for
leaks.
7. Turn off gas (see page 12 ).
A. This appliance is equipped with an
4. W ait five (5) minutes to clear out
ignition device which auto matically
any gas. Then smell for gas, includ-
lights the pilot. Do not try to light
ing near the floor. If you smell gas,
the pilot by hand.
B. BEFORE LIGHTING smell all
around the appliance area for
gas. Be sure to smell next to
the floor because some gas is
heavier than air and will settle
on the floor .
STOP! Follow “B” in the safety in-
WHAT TO DO IF YOU SMELL GAS
l Do not try to light any appliance.
l Do not touch any electric switch;
do not use any phone in your
building.
l Immediately call your gas
supplier from a neighbor’s
phone. Follow the gas
supplier’s instructions.
l If you cannot reach your
gas supplier, call the fire
department.
C. Use only your hand to push
FOR YOUR SAFETY
READ BEFORE LIGHTING
WARNING:
If you do not
follow these instructions exactly,
a fire or explosion may result in
causing property damage,personal
injury or loss of life.
5. Plug into a properly grounded threeprong receptacle, set ON/OFF
switch on, you will hear a high pitch
sound that indicates the burner is
ready to be operated.
6. Make sure Control Knob is in ELECTRIC position.
7. Press IGN/OFF button an electric
spark will ignite the pilot.
8. Press BURNER button for desired
burner operation.
AUTO: Burner will automatically turn
on or off to desired temperature
setting, press
or
for desired
temperature setting.
MAN: Burner operates continuously.
OFF:The main burner will shut off.
the does notoperate. don’t try to
9. If the appliance will not operate,
repair it, call a qualified service
follow the instructions “To Turn Off
technician or gas supplier.
Gas To Appliance” and call your
Force or attempted repair may
service technician or gas supplier.
OPERATING
INSTRUCTION
OPERATING YOUR HEATER
gas, go to next step.
on button. Never use tools. If
result in a fire or explosion.
D. Do not use this appliance if any
Figure 13 -Equipment Shutoff Valve
p art h as b ee n u n d er w at er.
Immediately call a qualified
service technician to inspect
the appliance and to replace
any part of the control system
and any gas control which has
been under water.
Figure 14 -Checking Gas
Connections
formation above. If you don’t smell
Note: The thermostat sensing bulb
measures the temperature of air near
the heater cabinet. This may not always agree with room temperature
(depending on housing construction,
installation location, room size, air
temperatures, etc.) Frequent use of
your heater will let you determine your
own comfort levels.
SETTING CLOCK
For MN200EHBC, MN 300EHBC
models with manual overrside make
sure the Control Knob in the
ELECTRIC postion.(See Figure 15).
Clock setting: Press CLOCK button
1. STOP! Read the safety informa-
minute). Press CLOCK button again,
tion obove before lighting.
2. Disconnect or turn off all electric
to set clock.
power to heater.
3. This appliance is equipped with
an ignition device which automatically lights the pilot. Do not try to light
the pilot by hand.
11
to select item (hour, minute). The selected item will flash.
Press
or
to change to correct time (hour,
OPERATING YOUR HEATER
continued
Press BLOW ER button, for desired
SETTING TIMER
AUTO ON: W ith burner off, press
TIMER button. Then press
OPERATING BLOWER
or
to
change to the scheduled time, then
press the TIMER button again, the
TIMER starts timing and the TIMER
will flash. Burner will automatically
AUTO OFF: W ith burner operating,
or
to change to the scheduled time,
then press the TIMER button again,
the TIMER starts timing and the
TIMER will flash. Burner will automati-
A. Key-press locking: Press LOCK
If the manual control knob points to
goes off.
ELECTRIC position, press in the con-
MAN: Blower operates continuously.
trol knob and turn counter clockwise
OFF: Blower is off.
to OFF position.
touch pad.
STOP! Follow “B” in the safety in-
2.Set the ON/OFF switch to OFF position on top panel.
NOTE: Wait one minute to light
again after shutting off heater.
5. Push in gas control knob slightly
and turn counterclockwise
to
PILOT/IGN and depress for five(5)
We provide the manual control
seconds. NOTE:The first time the
system just in case of power
heater is operated after connecting
Ignitor:
then press LOCK button to unlock.
formation on page11. If you do not
smell gas, go to the next step.
a
,
gas. Then smell for gas, including
near the floor. If you smell gas,
shortage. Install battery for Manual
B. Key-press unlocking: Press
4. W ait five (5) minutes to clear any
1.Press the IGN/OFF button on the
button on the operating panel,
symbol will appear on the LCD.
to the
will go off several minutes after burner
MANUAL OPERATING
INSTRUCTIONS
(childproof)
slightly and turn clockwise
OFF position.
cally shut off at the desired time.
LOCKING TOUCH-PAD
side panel. Push in control knob
minutes after burner comes on and
TO TURN OFF GAS TO
HEATER
come on at the set time.
press TIMER button. Then press
blower operation.
AUTO: Blower will come on several
3. Remove round access door of right
the gas supply, the control knob
1. Unscrew the ignitor cap.
should be depressed for about
2. Insert a AAA type battery with its an-
thirty(30) seconds. This will allow
ode (“+”) pointing out.
3. Screw the ignitor back cap.
air to exit the gas system.
Note: W e recommend that the battery
6. W ith control knob pressed, push
be taken out of the ignitor when the
and release ignitor button. This
power supply gets right.
will light the pilot. If needed, keep
1. STOP! Read the safety information
on page11 before lighting.
pressing ignitor button until pilot
lights.
7. Keep control knob depressed for
Control Knob
ten (10) seconds after lighting
Ignitor Button
pilot. If pilot goes out, repeat steps
5,6 and 7.
2. Check that gas supply to the heater
8. Rotate counterclockwise
to
ON position to light burner. Do not
is on.
operate between locked positions.
12
MANUAL OPERATING
INSTRUCTIONS
MANUAL LIGHTING
PROCEDURE
(Match Light)
continued
9. When electric power is available
and elelectronic operation is
desired, turn clockwise
1. Remove lower front panel.
2. Follow steps 1 through 5 under
OFF positon for one minute. Then
Instructions on page 12.
3. With control knob pressed in, strike
match. Hold match to pilot until pilot
pressdown knob and rotate
clockwise
to ELECTRIC
Figure 16- Correct Pilot Flame
Pattern
Manual Operatting
to
lights.
4. Keep control knob pressed in for 30
seconds after lighting pilot.
position. Do not operate between
5. Rotate counterclockwise to ON po-
locked positions.
sition to light burner. Do
ate between looked
not oper-
positions.
4. Replace lower front panel.
INSPECTING BURNER
Check pilot flame pattern and burner
flame pattern often.
PILOT FLAME PATTERN
Figure 16 shows a correct pilot flame
pattern. The incorrect pilot flame is
Figure 15- Manual Control
TO TURN OFF GAS TO
APPLIANCE
not touching hermocouple. This will
cause the thermocouple to cool.
W hen the
Figure 17 - Incorrect Pilot Flame
Pattern
BURNER FLAME PATTERN
Figure 18 shows a correct burner
flame pattern. Figure 19 shows an
incorrect burner
burner flame
flame pattern. If
pattem is incorrect,
as shown in Figure 19.
l
l
turn heater off (see page 11 ).
see Troubleshooting. pages 17
through 19.
thermocouple cools, the
healer will shut down. If pilot flame
pattern is incorrect, as shown in Fig-
Push in gas control knob slightly
ure 17.
and turn clockwise
l
turn heater off (see
l
see Troubleshooting, pages 17
to OFF.
Do not use force. NOTE: W ait one
page 11)
Figure 18 - Correct Burner Flame
Pattern
through 19.
(1) minute with control knob in OFF
position before operating heater.
Figure 19 - Incorrect Burner
Flame Pattern
13
To clean these parts we
mend using
CLEANING AND
MAINTENANCE
greater than 30 PSl.
Your local computer store, hardware
store, or home center may carry
WARNING: Disconn ect
compressed air in a can. You can
power before attempting any main-
use a vacuum cleaner in the blow
tenance or cleaning to reduce the
position. If using compressed air in
risk of fire , electric shook or per-
a can, please follow the directions
sonal injury. Turn off heater and let
on the can. If you don’t follow direc-
cool before cleaning.
Figure 20 Control Model Access
WARNING: Failure to keep
the primary air opening(s) of the
DISCONNECT
1.
FAN
Remove screws from the fan
burner(s) clean may result in soot-
bracket panel, pull the fan bracket
ing and property damage.
panel out to remove. Disconnect
two wires two wires of temperature
CAUTION: Label all wires
prior to disconnection when servic-
recom-
compressed air no
sensor.
2.
Mark or tag each wire removed for
tions on the can, you could damage
the pilot assembly.
1.
Shut off the unit, including the
pilot. Allow the unit to cool for
at least thirty minutes.
2.
Inspect burner, pilot for dust
and dirt.
3.
Blow air through the ports/slots
ing cont rols.W iring errors can
its exact reconnection. Remove
and holes in the burner.
Clean the pilot assembly also. A
cause improper and dangerous
the four screws from the fan .
yellow tip on the pilot flame
operation. Verify proper operation
W hen installing , reverse the
cates dust and dirt in the pilot
after servicing.
steps above.(See Figures 21, 23
assembly. There is a small pilot air
and 24)
inlet hole about two inches from
indi-
CAUTION: You must keep
where the pilot flame comes out of
control areas, burner, and circulat-
the pilot assembly (see Figure 22).
ing air passageways of heater
With the unit off, lightly blow air through
clean. Inspect these areas of
the air inlet hole. You may blow through
heater
a drinking straw if compressed air is
before each use. Have
not available.
heater Inspected yearly by a qualified service person. Heater may
need more frequent cleaning due
to excessive lint from carpeting,
bedding material, pet hair, etc.
DISCONNECT WIRING ON CONTROL
MODULE
1. Remove two screws from the lower
front panel , put the lower front panel
forward the down take out thermostat
sensing bulb from the clip, then disconn ect th e w ires t o f rom co ntrol
module .
Note: Do not confuse the mark on
Figure 21- Fan Access
CLEANING ODS/PILOT AND BURNER
l Use a vacuum cleaner,pressurized
air. or small, soft bristled brush
to clean.
CLEANING BURNER AND PILOT
AIR INLET HOLE
W e recommend
that you clean
the unit every 2,500 hours of
operation or every three months.
We also recommend that you keep
the burner tube and pilot assembly
clean and free of dust and dirt.
Figure 22 - Pilot Inlet Air Hole
CLEANING HEATER CABINET
Air Passageways
l
pressurized air to clean.
Exterior
l
each wire.
Use a vac uu m clean er o r
Use a soft cloth dampened with
2. Remove two screws and hex nuts,
a mild soap and water mixture.
take out the control module. When
Wipe the cabinet to remove dust.
installing , reverse the steps above.
(See Figure 20, 23 and 24)
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Figure 23(Model
Figure 24-
MN200EBC
MN300EBC)
Double Control Systems Diagram
(Model MN200EHBC MN300EHBC)
15
REPLACEMENT PARTS
Use only original replacement parts.
This will protect your warranty
coverage for parts replaced under
warranty.
PARTS UNDER WARRANTY
Contact authorized dealer from
whom you purchased this product.
If they are unable to supply
original replacement part(s), call
the number on the front of manual. When contacting your dealer or
PRO-COM, have ready:
l your name
l your address
l model and serial numbers of
your heater
l how heater was malfunctioning
l type of gas used (Propane/LP or
Natural gas)
l purchase date
l warranty card
Usually, we will ask you to return the
defective part to the factory.
PARTS NOT UNDER
WARRANTY
EQUIPMENT SHUTOFF VALVE
For all models. Equipment shutoff
valve with 1/8" NPT tap. This part
should be purchased.
Contact authorized dealers of this
product. If they can’t supply original
replacement part(s), call PRO-COM’s
phone number (877)886-5989.
FLOOR MOUNTING STAND
For locating heater on the floor,
away from a wall. Complete installation instructions provided with floor
mounting base stand.
TECHNICAL SERVICE
You may have further questions
about installation, operation, or
troubleshooting. If so, contact
PRO-COM’S phone number (877)
886-5989.
ACCESSORIES
Purchase these heater accessories from your local dealer. If they
can not supply these accessories,
contact PRO-COM for information. You
can also write to the address
listed on the front of this manual.
FLOOR STAND MODEL: PF0920C
SPECIFICATIONS
BTU/Hr
Gas Type
Ignition
Volts
Watts
Manifold Pressure
Inlet Gas Pressure
(inches of water)
Maximum
Minimum
Dimensions, Inches (HxW xD)
Heater
Carton
W eight (pounds)
Heater
Shipping
MN200EBC(MN200EHBC)
20,000
Natural Gas Only
Automatic(Automatic/Electric)
120 V
20 W
3" W.C.
MN300EBC(MN300EHBC)
30,000
Natural Gas Only
Automatic(Automatic/Electric)
120 V
27 W
3" W.C.
10.5"
4"
10.5"
4"
23 5/8× 19 5/8× 9
27 1/2×22 ×10 1/8
23 5/8×27 1/16× 9
27 1/2× 29 7/16×11 1/8
33(34)
40(41)
45(46)
38(39)
Note: Dimensions listed are outer most points on the heater
(includes grill).
* For purposes of input adjustment.
16
TROUBLESHOOTING
WARNING: If you smell gas
l
l
l
l
Shut off gas supply.
l
If you cannot reach your gas supplier, call the fire department.
Do not try to light any appliance.
Do not touch any electrical switch; do not use any phone in your building.
Immediately cal l your gas supplier from a neighbor’s phone. Follow the gas
supplier’s instructions.
IMPORTANT: Operating heater where impurities in air exist may create odors.
Cleaning supplies, paint, paint remover, cigarette smoke, cements and glues, new
carpet or textiles, etc., create fumes. These fumes may mix with combustion air
and create odors.
Warning : Make sure that power
is turned off before proceeding.
OBSERVED PROBLEM
WARNING: Turn off and let cool
before servicing. Only a qualified
service person should service and
repair heater.
POSSIBLE CAUSE
W hen ignition button is pressed, 1. No power to heater
2. ON/off swith not ON
there is no spark at ODS/pilot.
3. W ire is damaged or loose
W hen IGN/OFF is pressed
4. Pilot electrude position is not correct
5. Touch pad cable is not connected
6. System halt
Spark at ODS/pilot but no ignition.
1. Gas supply turned off or equipment
shut off valve closed
2. Air in gas lines when installed
3. Depleted gas supply
4. ODS/pilot is clogged
5. Gas inlet supply pressure not correct
6. W ire is damaged or loose
7. Pilot electrude position is not correct
8. Gas valve or regulator is damage
ODS/pilot has flame, but continues 1. Equipment shutoff valve is not
fully open
to spark.
2. Thermocouple connection
loose at control module
3 Low gas pressure
4. Dirt or partially clogged ODS/pilot
5. Thermocouple damaged
6. Gas valve or regulator damaged
17
CAUTION: Never use a wire,
needle, or similar object to clean
ODS/pilot. This can damage
ODS/pilot unit.
TROUBLESHOOTING
Continued
OBSERVED PROBLEM
ODS/pilot has flame, but burner(s)
does not light
POSSIBLE CAUSE
1.
Burner injector is clogged
2. Inlet gas pressure is too low
3. Thermoocouple leads discon
nected or improperly connected
4. Batteries weak
REMEDY
1. Clean burner injector (see Cleaning
and Maintenance, Page14) or
replace burner injector
2. Contact local natural gas company
3. Reconnect leads (See wiring
diagram)
4. Replace batteres
Delayed ignition of burner(s)
1. Manifold pressure is too low.
2. Burner injector is clogged
1. Contact local natural gas company.
2. Clean burner (see Cleaning and
Maintenance, Page 14) or replace
burner injector
Burner backfiring during combustion
1. Burner injector is clogged or
damaged
1. Clean burner injector (see Cleaning
and Maintenance, Page 14) or
replace burner injector(s)
2. Replace burner
3. Replace gas regulator
2. Burner is damaged.
3. Excessive supply pressure
damaged regulator
Burner Plaque(s) does not glow
1. Plaque damaged
1. Replace burner
2. Inlet gas pressure is too low
2. Contact local natural gas
company.
Slight smoke or odor during
initial operation
1. Residues from manufacturing
processes
1. Problem will stop after a few hours
of operation
Heater produces a clicking/ticking
noise just after burner is lit or
shut off
1. Metal expanding while heating or 1. This is common with most
heaters. If noise is excessive,
contracting while cooling
contact qualified service person
W hite powder residue forming
within burner box or on adjacent
walls or furniture
1.
Heated vapors from furniture
polish, wax, carpet cleaners,
etc. turn into white powder
residue
18
1. Turn heater off when using furniture
polish, wax, carpet cleaner, or
similar products
TROUBLESHOOTING
Continued
OBSERVED PROBLEM
Heater produces unwanted odors
Heater shuts off in use (ODS
perates)
REMEDY
POSSIBLE CAUSE
1. Heater is burning vapors from 1.
paint, hair spray, glues, etc.
(See IMPORTANT statement
at beginning of troubleshooting)
2.
2. Gas leak. See WARNING
Statement at begining of
troubleshooting
1. Not enough fresh air is available. 1.
2. Low line pressure
2.
3. ODS/pilot is partially clogged 3.
1.
Gas odor exists even when heater is 1. Gas leak. See W ARNING
shut off
Statement at begining of trouble
shooting
Gas odor during combustion
Moisture/condensation on windows
1. Foreign matter between control 1.
valve and burner
2.
2. Gas leak See W ARNING
Statement at begining of
troubleshooting
1. Not enough combustion/
ventilation air
1.
Ventilate room. Stop using odor
causing products while heater
is running
Locate and correct all leaks(see
Checking Gas Connections,
Page 10)
Open window and/or door for,
ventilation
Contact local natural gas
company.
Clean ODS/pilot (see Cleaning
Page 14)
Locate and correct all leaks(see
Checking
Gas Connections,
Page 10)
Remove foreign matter.
Locate and correct all leaks
(see Checking Gas
Connections, Page 10)
Refer to Air for Combustion and
Ventilation requirements , Page
5
NOTE: BEFORE YOU SWITCH TO “ELECTRIC” CONTROL LEVEL FROM MANUAL CONTROL, YOU NEED
TO TURN THE KNOB TO “OFF” LEVEL FIRST AND WAIT FOR ONE MINUTE, THEN TURN THE KNOB TO
“ELECTRIC”.
IN CASE OF “ELECTRONIC” CONTROL LEVEL DOES NOT WORK, PLEASE TURN THE CONTROL KNOB
COUNTERCLOCKWISE TO “OFF” LEVEL AND WAIT FOR ONE MINUTE.
19
ILLUSTRATED
PARTS BREAKDOWN
MN200EBC
MN300EBC
20
PARTS LIST
MN200EBC
This list contains replaceable parts for your heater. W hen ordering relacement
parts, following the instructions listed under Replacement Part on page16 of this
manual.
MN300EBC
KEY
NO.
MN200EBC
MN300EBC
PART NO.
PART NO.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
9-1
9-2
10
11
12
13
14
MCL001-02
MCL008-01
VL067-01
NAM02-00
MCL039-02
MCB29002
MCB09002
NAM03-00
ND2103X400-R
ND0803-4B
ND0807-B3
ML091-03
NRV81FIL-3
NBB20-000M1
NFHTX100-D
MCB62001
MCL001-01
MCL008-01
VL067-01
NAM02-00
MCL039-01
MCB29001
MCB09001
NAM03-00
ND2103X400-R
ND0803-4B
ND0807-B3
ML091-03
NRV81FIL-3
NBB30-000M1
NFHTX186-D
MCB62001
DESCRIPTION
Rotating cover
rotating cover dowel
ON/OFF switch
Touch pad
Glass
Grill guard ASM
Lower Front panel ASM
Control Module Asembly
ODS
Thermocouple
Electrode
Injector
Regulator
Burner
Fan Assembly
Fan temp switch bracket asm
QTY
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
PART AVAILABLE NOT SHOWN
MCB28001
MCL055-21
MCL046-01
MCL046-02
MCB28001
MCL055-11
MCL046-01
MCL046-02
Hardware Assembly
CSA/AGA Decal
Lighting Instruction Plate
Warning Plate
21
1
1
1
1
ILLUSTRATED
PARTS BREAKDOWN
MN200EHBC
MN300EHBC
22
PARTS LIST
MN200EHBC
MN300EHBC
KEY
NO.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
15-1
15-2
16
17
18
19
This list contains replaceable parts for your heater. W hen ordering replacement
parts, following the instructions listed under Replacement Part on page16 of this
manual.
MN200EHBC
PART NO.
MCL001-02
MCL008-01
VL067-01
NAM02-00
MCL003-01B
MCL039-02
MCB29002
MCB09002
NAM03-00
NRV81FIL-3
AL092-01
MB16004
MB16005
NV2020-22
ND4703X400-RH
ND0803-4C
ND0807-C3
NBB20-000M1
ML091-03
NFHTX100-D
MCB62001
MN300EHBC
PART NO.
MCL001-01
MCL008-01
VL067-01
NAM02-00
MCL003-01B
MCL039-01
MCB29001
MCB09001
NAM03-00
NRV81FIL-3
AL092-01
MB16004
MB16005
NV2020-22
ND4103X400-RH
ND0803-4C
ND0807-C3
NBB30-000M1
ML091-03
NFHTX186-D
MCB62001
DESCRIPTION
Rotating cover
rotating cover dowel
ON/OFF switch
Touch pad
Right panel Door
Glass
Grill guard ASM
Lower Front panel ASM
Control Module Asembly
Regulator
Injector
Control knob ASM
Control knob pole ASM
Override control system
ODS
Thermocouple
Electrode
Burner
Injector
Fan Assembly
Fan temp switch bracket asm
QTY
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
PART AVAILABLE NOT SHOWN
MCB28001
MCL055-13
MCL046-03
MCL046-02
Hardware Assembly
CSA/AGA Decal
Lighting Instruction Plate
W arning Plate
MCB28001
MCL055-07
MCL046-03
MCL046-02
23
1
1
1
1