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Dayton 3E358B Operating instructions
3E358B and 3E359B
Operating Instructions & Parts Manual
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Description
Unpacking
Dayton Models 3E358B and 3E359B are 350,000 Btu/Hr heaters and 600,000 Btu/
Hr heaters, respectively. These heaters use only Kerosene or No. 1 fuel oil for
combustion and electricity to run the motor. They are primarily intended for well
ventilated indoor or outdoor temporary heating of buildings under construction,
alteration, or repair (Read General Safety Information section carefully). They
may be used in agricultural, industrial, and commercial environments. Products
of combustion are vented into the area being heated.
1. Remove all protective packing
applied to heater for shipment.
Figure 1 – Model 3E358B
ARL LOGO
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2. Remove heater from shipping
container.
3. Check heater for any shipping
damage. If heater is damaged,
promptly inform dealer where you
bought heater.
Figure 2 – Model 3E359B
General Specifications
Model 3E358B
Output Rating ......................................... 350,000 Btu/Hr
Amperage at 120V 60 Hz ....................... 7.1
Fuel .......................................................... Kerosene or No. 1 fuel
Model 3E359B
600,000 Btu/Hr
11.0
Kerosene or No. 1 fuel
Fuel Tank Capacity .................................. 30.0 U.S. Gallons
Fuel Consumption .................................. 2.5 U.S. Gallons/Hr
Motor ....................................................... 1725 RPM
Hot Air Output (CFM) ............................. 1,350
Fuel Pump Pressure ................................ 100 psi
Heater Weight with Fuel ....................... 390 Lb
Heater Weight without Fuel .................. 180 Lb
Spark Plug Gap ....................................... .075 inches
36.0 U.S. Gallons
4.0 U.S. Gallons/Hr
1725 RPM
3,300
110 psi
550 Lb
285 Lb
.075 inches
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Product Identification
Hot Air Outlet
Upper Shell
Lower Shell
Motor and Pump
Assembly
Fuel Cap
Power Cord
Thermostat
Fuel Tank
Flame-Out Control
Reset Button
Figure 3 – Model 3E358B
Hot Air Outlet
Upper Shell
Lower Shell
Motor and Pump
Assembly
Power Cord
Fuel Cap
Fuel Tank
Thermostat
Flame-Out Control
Reset Button
Figure 4 – Model 3E359B
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General Safety Information
Make certain you read and understand
all warnings. Keep these instructions for
reference. They are your guide to safe
and proper operation of this heater.
Safety information appears throughout
these instructions. Pay close attention to
them. Below are definitions for the safety
information listed throughout this manual.
Under this heading,
installation, operating and maintenance procedures or
practices will be found that, if not
carefully followed, WILL result in IMMEDIATE serious personal injury or death.
Under this heading, installation,
operating, and maintenance procedures or practices will be found that, if
not carefully followed, COULD result in
severe personal injury or death.
Under this heading,
installation, operating, and maintenance procedures or
practices will be found that, if not carefully
followed, MAY result in minor personal
injury, product, or property damage.
Carbon monoxide
poisoning may lead
to death!
Carbon monoxide poisoning: Early
signs of carbon monoxide poisoning
resemble the flu, with headaches,
dizziness, and/or nausea. If you have
these signs, the heater may not be
working properly. Get fresh air at
once! Have heater serviced. Some
people are more affected by carbon
monoxide than others. These include
pregnant women, people with heart or
lung disease or anemia, those under
the influence of alcohol, and those at
high altitudes.
Improper use of
this heater can
cause serious injury or death from
burns, fire, explosion, electrical shock,
and carbon monoxide poisoning.
Make certain you read and understand
all warnings. Keep these instructions
for reference. They are your guide to
safe and proper operation of this
heater.
• Use only Kerosene or No. 1 fuel
oils to avoid risk of fire or explosion.
Never use gasoline, naphtha, paint
thinners, alcohol, or other highly
flammable fuels.
• Fueling
IMPORTANT: Not every possible circumstance that might involve a hazard can be
anticipated. The warnings in this manual
and on tags or decals affixed to the unit
are therefore not all-inclusive. If a
procedure, work method, or operating
technique not specifically recommended
by Dayton is used, you must make sure it
is safe for you and others. You should
also ensure that equipment will not be
damaged or made unsafe by the operating or maintenance method you choose.
a) Personnel involved with fueling
shall be qualified and thoroughly
familiar with the manufacturer's
instructions and applicable federal,
state, and local regulations regarding the safe fueling of heating units.
b) Only the type of fuel specified on
the heater's data plate shall be used.
c) All flame, including the pilot
light, if any, shall be extinguished
and the heater allowed to cool, prior
to fueling.
d) During fueling, all fuel lines and
fuel-line connections shall be
inspected for leaks. Any leaks shall
be repaired prior to returning the
heater to service.
e) At no time shall more than one
day's supply of heater fuel be stored
inside a building in the vicinity of
the heater. Bulk fuel storage shall be
outside the structure.
f) All fuel storage shall be located a
minimum of 25 feet from heaters,
torches, welding equipment, and
similar sources of ignition (exception: the fuel reservoir integral with
the heater unit).
g) Whenever possible, fuel storage
shall be confined to areas where
floor penetrations do not permit fuel
to drip onto or be ignited by a fire at
lower elevation.
h) Fuel storage shall be in accordance with the federal, state, or
local authority having jurisdiction.
• Never use heater where gasoline,
paint thinner, or other highly
flammable vapors are present.
• Follow all local ordinances and codes
when using heater.
• Use only in well-vented areas.
Provide at least three square feet of
fresh, outside air for each 100,000
Btu/Hr of rating. This heater produces carbon monoxide, which is
listed by the State of California as a
reproductive toxin under Proposition 65.
• Use only in places free of flammable
vapors or high dust content.
• Use only with the electrical voltage
and frequency specified on model
plate.
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General Safety Information
(Continued)
• Heater must be grounded. Use only a
properly grounded three-wire extension cord. Plug into grounded outlet
only.
• Never start heater when combustion
chamber is hot or if fuel has accumulated in combustion chamber.
• Never use gasoline, crankcase
drainings, naphtha, paint thinners,
alcohol, or other highly flammable
fuels.
• Never leave a heater plugged in
without adult supervision if children
or animals are likely to be present.
• Heaters used in the vicinity of tarpaulins, canvas, or similar enclosure
materials shall be located a safe
distance from such materials. The
recommended minimum safe distance
is 10 feet. It is further recommended
that these enclosure materials be of a
fire retardant nature. These enclosure
materials shall be securely fastened to
prevent them from igniting or from
upsetting the heater due to wind
action.
• Minimum heater clearances from
combustibles:
Outlet: 8 Ft.
Sides: 4 Ft.
Top: 4 Ft.
Rear: 4 Ft.
THE AIR SYSTEM
• Never use heater in living or sleeping
areas.
The motor turns the fan. The fan
pushes air into and around the combustion chamber. This air is heated and
provides a stream of clean, hot air.
• Never block air inlet (rear) or air
outlet (front) of heater.
• Never move, handle, refuel, or
service a hot, operating, or pluggedin heater.
THE IGNITION SYSTEM
• Never attach duct work to front or
rear of heater.
• Warning to New York City Residents For
Use Only At Construction Sites in accordance with applicable NYC codes under
NYC Board of Standards and appeals
calendar number 62-59-SA.
THEORY OF OPERATION
THE FUEL SYSTEM
The electronic ignitor sends voltage to
the spark plug. The spark plug ignites
the fuel and air mixture.
THE FLAMEOUT CONTROL SYSTEM
This system causes the heater to shut
down if the flame goes out. It also
allows the fan to continue running
after normal shutdown of heater. This
cools the combustion chamber.
The motor turns the fuel pump. The
fuel pump pulls fuel from the fuel
tank. The fuel pump pushes fuel
through a filter and a solenoid valve
and out the burner head nozzle. A fine
mist of fuel is sprayed into the combustion chamber.
Combustion
Chamber
Burner Solenoid
Fan
Head Valve
Spark Plug
Motor
Clean
Heated
Air Out
Cool
Air In
• Locate heater on a stable and level
surface while hot or running or a fire
may occur.
Fuel
Pickup
Line
• When moving or storing heater, keep
heater in a level position or fuel
spillage may occur.
• Keep children and animals away from
heater.
• Unplug heater when not in use.
• This heater has a built-in thermostat.
Plugged-in heater may start at
anytime.
Fuel Pump/
Fuel Filter
Nozzle
Fuel Tank
Fuel Line To
Solenoid
Valve
Air for Combustion
and Heating
Figure 5 - Cross Section Operational View
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Fuel
Filter
Electronic
Ignitor
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General Safety Information
VENTILATION
(Continued)
Follow the minimum fresh, outside
air ventilation requirements. If proper
fresh, outside air ventilation is not
provided, carbon monoxide poisoning
can occur. Provide proper fresh, outside
air ventilation before running heater.
FUELS
Use only kerosene,
or No. 1 fuel oil to
avoid risk of fire or explosion. Never
use gasoline, naphtha, paint thinners,
alcohol, or other highly flammable
fuels.
Do not use heavy fuels such as No. 2
fuel oil or No. 2 Diesel. Using heavy
fuels will result in:
FRESH AIR OPENING REQUIREMENTS
Heater Size
Square Feet
Opening
350,000 Btu/Hr
10.5
• clogged fuel filter and nozzle
600,000 Btu/Hr
18.0
• carbon buildup on spark plug
NOTE: If you use more than one heater,
provide extra fresh air. Provide a fresh
air opening of at least three square feet
for each 100,000 Btu/Hr rating.
• the need of nontoxic anti-icer in
fuel during very cold weather
IMPORTANT: Use a KEROSENE ONLY
container. Be sure storage container is
clean. Foreign matter such as rust, dirt,
or water will cause the flameout
control to shut down heater. Foreign
matter may also require you to clean
fuel system often.
Operation
Review and
understand the
warnings in the General Safety Information section. They are needed to
safely operate this heater. Follow all
local codes when using this heater.
5. Set thermostat dial to desired
temperature.
NOTE: Thermostat setting must be higher
than surrounding air temperature.
6. Plug power cord of heater into
three-prong, grounded extension
cord. Extension cord must be at least
six feet long.
Use only a threeprong, grounded
extension cord. Use cord with proper
wire size to assure 120 volt operation.
See Extension Cord Wire Size Requirements below.
EXTENSION CORD WIRE SIZE
REQUIREMENTS
• 6 to 100 feet long, use 14 AWG
rated cord
• 101 to 200 feet long, use 12 AWG
rated cord
• 201 to 300 feet long, use 10 AWG
rated cord
• 301 to 400 feet long, use 8 AWG
rated cord
• 401 to 500 feet long, use 6 AWG
rated cord
TO START HEATER
1. Follow all ventilation and safety
information.
2. Locate heater to provide maximum
circulation of the heated air. Follow
all location requirements noted in
Safety Information, pages 3 and 4.
7. Plug extension cord into standard
120 volt/60 hertz, three-hole,
grounded outlet.
3. Fill fuel tank with Kerosene or No. 1
fuel oil.
4. Attach fuel cap.
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Operation (Continued)
8. The motor will start when extension
cord is plugged into outlet. The
heater should ignite at once. If
heater does not ignite, restart
heater. To restart heater, wait 60
seconds, then push in flameout
control reset button. Flameout
control reset button is at rear of
heater near power cord (See Figure 6).
NOTE: If starting heater for first time,
you may need to prime the pump. If
equipped, slightly open the bleeder
valve of the pump to allow air to
escape. Quickly close the valve once
fuel is seen. Wipe up excess fuel. If
equipped with canister fuel filter,
remove the canister bottom and fill
with fuel. Reassemble filter. Wipe up
any excess fuel. You may also have to
do this after taking heater out of
storage.
TO STOP HEATER
Never unplug
heater while
heater is running. Heater must go
through purge cycle. The purge cycle
cools the combustion chamber. Damage
to heater can occur if combustion
chamber is not cooled. Do not restart
heater until purge cycle is complete.
1. Turn thermostat dial to lowest
temperature setting. This will cause
heater flame to go out. The motor
will continue to run during the
purge cycle. This allows the fan to
cool the combustion chamber. When
the purge cycle is finished, the motor
will stop. Do not unplug heater until
purge cycle is finished.
2. Unplug extension cord from outlet.
3. To temporarily stop heater, set
thermostat at a temperature lower
than air around heater. Heater will
cycle back on if air temperature
around heater matches thermostat
setting.
TO RESTART HEATER
OPERATION WITH PORTABLE
GENERATOR
Before operating
heater or any
appliance from a portable generator,
verify that generator has been properly
connected to earth ground. Improper
grounding or failure to ground generator can result in electrocution if a
ground fault occurs. Refer to owner’s
manual supplied by generator manufacturer for proper grounding procedures.
The operating voltage range of the
heater is 108 to 132 Volts (120 Volts +/10%). Prior to plugging heater into
generator the output voltage should
be verified (if generator is equipped
with the automatic idle feature, the
output voltage should be measured
with the generator running at full
speed). If the voltage does not
measure in this range the heater
should not be plugged into the
generator.
Refer to Operation on page 5 for
starting, stopping, and resetting heater
procedures.
Do not restart
heater until purge
cycle is finished. The purge cycle cools
the combustion chamber.
Ground Lug
Copper or Brass
Grounding
Point
1. Wait until purge cycle is finished
after stopping heater.
2. Repeat steps under To Start Heater,
page 5.
Flame-Out
Control Reset
Button
Alternator
Ground Wire
(#10 AWG StrandedCopper)
Figure 7 - Typical Generator Grounding
Method (Generator construction may
vary from that shown)
Figure 6 - Flame-Out Control Reset Button
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Air Deflector
Maintenance
Fan Blade
FUEL FILTERS
TANK FUEL FILTER
Never service
heater while it is
plugged in, operating, or hot. Severe
burns and electrical shock can occur.
1. Disconnect fuel lines from pump and
fuel filter canister, if equipped, with
7/16" wrench (See Figure 12).
2. Carefully pry fuel filter loose from
fuel tank with flat end of screwdriver.
UPPER SHELL REMOVAL
1. Remove screws along each side and
top of heater using 5/16" nut-driver.
These screws attach upper and lower
shells together (See Figure 8).
Figure 9 - Fan Blades and Air Deflectors
3. Inspect fuel filter for water or dirt.
SPARK PLUG
2. Lift upper shell off.
1. Remove upper shell (See Figure 8).
4. Rinse fuel filter and fuel lines with
clean Kerosene.
Upper Shell
2. Remove spark plug wire from spark
plug (See Figure 10).
3. Remove spark plug from burner
head using 13/16" open-end wrench
(See Figure 10).
4. Replace spark plug if damaged or
heavily coated with carbon.
5. Replace fuel filter into fuel tank.
6. Connect fuel lines to pump and fuel
filter canister, if equipped.
Fuel Pump
(Filter Under
Cover)
Fuel Lines
5. Clean and regap spark plug electrodes to .075 inch (See Figure 11).
6. Install spark plug in burner head.
Figure 8 - Upper Shell Removal,
Model 3E359B
7. Attach spark plug wire to spark
plug.
8. Replace upper shell.
FAN BLADES AND AIR DEFLECTORS
Burner Head
Spark Plug
1. Remove upper shell (See Figure 8).
2. Clean fan blades and air deflectors
with clean, soft cloth moistened with
Kerosene or solvent (See Figure 9).
Fuel
Filter
3. Dry fan blades and air deflectors
thoroughly.
Spark Plug
Wire
4. Replace upper shell.
Figure 12 - Removing Tank Fuel Filter
Figure 10 - Spark Plug Removal
.075
inch
Figure 11 - Spark Plug Gap
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Maintenance (Continued)
FOR HEATERS WITH FUEL FILTER
INTERNAL TO PUMP
1. Remove pump cover to access filter.
2. Rinse and wipe inside of pump cover
and dry with clean cloth.
6. Rinse fuel filter in clean Kerosene.
PUMP
7. Put clean fuel filter and gasket back
in canister bottom.
(Procedure if pump is binding)
8. Screw canister bottom into canister
top.
9. Tighten securely. Check for leaks.
1. Remove upper shell (See Figure 8,
page 7).
2. Loosen hex screw on flange clamp at
rear of motor with 5/16" nut-driver
(See Figure 15).
3. Turn fan with hand (See Figure 16).
3. Rinse fuel filter in clean kerosene or
blow compressed air from inside out.
4. Reassemble and tighten securely.
Check for leaks.
Canister
Top
4. If fan turns freely, tighten screw on
flange clamp.
5. If fan does not turn freely, replace
pump.
6. Replace upper shell.
Pump
Cover
Fuel
Filter
Gasket
Hex Screw On
Flange Clamp
Fuel Filter
Canister
Bottom
Figure 14 - Fuel Pump Filter and Canister
Figure 13 - Fuel Pump and Filter
Figure 15 - Location of Screw on Flange
Clamp
FOR HEATERS WITH FUEL FILTER/
CANISTER EXTERNAL TO PUMP
1. Unscrew canister bottom from
canister top with Channellock pliers.
2. Remove fuel filter and gasket from
canister bottom (See Figure 14).
3. Inspect canister bottom and fuel
filter for water or dirt.
4. Rinse canister bottom in clean
Kerosene.
5. Wipe inside of canister bottom dry
with clean cloth.
Figure 16 - Turning Fan with Hand
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Maintenance (Continued)
8. Inspect nozzle for damage. If
damaged or clogged, replace
nozzle.
FUEL LINES
(Procedure for tightening fuel lines)
1. Remove upper shell (See Figure 8,
page 7).
Fuel Pump/
Filter
9. Make sure plug is in place on
burner head.
10. Replace nozzle into burner head
and tighten firmly (175-200 inchpounds).
2. Use 7/16" wrench and tighten fuel
lines at solenoid valve, pump, and
fuel filter canister (if equipped) (See
Figure 17).
11. Attach burner head to combustion
chamber.
12. Install spark plug in burner head.
Burner Head
13. Attach spark plug wire to spark
plug.
14. Attach fuel line to solenoid valve.
Tighten firmly.
Fuel
Lines
15. Replace upper shell.
Nozzle
Figure 18 - Fuel Lines at Pump and
Pump/Filter Assembly
Plug
Spark Plug
NOZZLE
1. Remove upper shell (See Figure 8,
page 7).
2. Remove fuel line from solenoid
valve using 7/16" wrench.
Solenoid
Valve
Fuel
Line
Figure 17 - Fuel Line at Solenoid Valve
3. Remove spark plug wire from spark
plug.
Burner
Head
Spark Plug
Wire
Solenoid Valve
Fuel Line
Figure 19 - Replacing Nozzle
4. Remove spark plug from burner
head using 13/16" open-end
wrench.
5. Remove five screws using 5/16" nutdriver and remove burner head
from combustion chamber.
6. Place burner head into vise and
lightly tighten.
7. Carefully remove nozzle from
burner head using 5/8" socket
wrench (See Figure 19).
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PUMP PRESSURE ADJUSTMENT FOR
HEATERS WITH FUEL FILTER INTERNAL TO PUMP
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6. Remove pressure gauge. Replace
pressure gauge plug in fuel pump
port marked “GAUGE.”
1. Remove pressure gauge plug from
fuel pump port marked “GAUGE.”
3. Start heater (See Operation, page 5).
Allow motor to reach full speed.
4. Adjust pressure. Use small flat blade
screwdriver to turn slotted screw at
fuel pump port at top right side of
pump. Turn screw clockwise to
increase pressure. Turn screw
counterclockwise to decrease
pressure. See specifications below
for correct pressure for each model.
5. Stop heater (See To Stop Heater,
page 6).
6. Remove pressure gauge. Replace
pressure gauge plug in fuel pump
port marked “GAUGE.”
Model
Pump
Pressure
Model 3E358B
100 psi
Model 3E359B
110 psi
Fuel Pump
Port Marked
“GAUGE”
Model
Pump
Pressure
Model 3E358B
100 psi
Model 3E359B
110 psi
Fuel Pump
Pressure
Gauge
Pressure
Adjustment
Port
Figure 20 - Adjusting Pump Pressure
ps
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2. Install accessory pressure gauge (part
number 110380-01) to fuel pump
port marked “GAUGE” (See Figure
20). Do not use bleeder valve port to
check pressure. Bleeder valve port
contains pressure higher than
operating pressure. Setting pump
pressure with gauge in bleeder valve
port will result in wrong operating
pressure.
Pressure
Gauge
PUMP PRESSURE ADJUSTMENT FOR
HEATERS WITH FUEL FILTER/CANISTER EXTERNAL TO PUMP
1. Remove pressure gauge plug from
fuel pump port marked “GAUGE.”
2. Install accessory pressure gauge (part
number 110380-01) to fuel pump
port marked “GAUGE” (See Figure
21).
3. Start heater (See Operation, page 5).
Allow motor to reach full speed.
4. Adjust pressure. Use small flat blade
screwdriver to turn slotted screw at
fuel pump pressure adjusting port.
Turn screw clockwise to increase
pressure. Turn screw counterclockwise to decrease pressure. See
specifications, next column, for
correct pressure for each model.
5. Stop heater (See To Stop Heater,
page 6).
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Fuel Pump Port
Marked “PRESS ADJ”
Fuel Pump Port
Marked “GAUGE”
Figure 21 - Adjusting Pump Pressure
MAINTENANCE KITS
Kit
Part
Number
Flame-Out Control
HA3003
Spark Plug
HA3012
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Storing, Transporting, or
Shipping
NOTE: If shipping, transport companies require fuel tanks to be empty.
1. Drain all fuel from fuel lines and
pump/filter (See Fuel Filters [Tank
Fuel Filter], page 7).
2. Clean and flush fuel filter in fuel
pump (See Fuel Filters, page 7).
3. Remove drain plug and drain fuel
tank.
4. Replace drain plug.
5. If any debris is noted in old fuel,
add 1 or 2 quarts of clean Kerosene
to tank, stir, and drain again. This
will prevent excess debris from
clogging filters during future use.
6. Replace drain plug. Properly
dispose of old and dirty fuel. Check
with local automotive service
stations that recycle oil.
7. Add two gallons (350,000 Btu/Hr)
or three gallons (600,000 Btu/Hr) of
clean Kerosene or No. 1 fuel oil to
fuel tank.
8. Replace fuel cap.
9. Operate heater for 5 minutes (See
Operation, page 5).
10. Stop heater and let cool completely.
11. Remove drain plug and drain fuel
tank.
12. Replace drain plug.
13. Properly dispose of old and dirty
fuel.
14. If storing, store heater in a dry
location. Make sure storage place is
free of dust and corrosive fumes.
IMPORTANT: Do not store Kerosene
over summer months for use during
next heating season. Using old fuel
could damage heater.
Preventative Maintenance Schedule
Never service heater while it is plugged in, operating, or hot. Severe burns and electrical shock can
occur.
Item
How Often
How To
Fuel tank
Flush every 150-200 hours of operation or as needed
See Storing, Transporting, or Shipping,
above
Filler neck screen
Check for trash when filling fuel tank. Clean when dirty
Lift out of fuel tank and rinse with clean
Kerosene
Fuel filter assembly
(Fuel tank)
Clean twice a heating season or replace as needed
See Fuel Filters, page 7
Fuel filter lines
Check and tighten loose connections occasionally
See Fuel Lines, page 9
Fuel filter (In pump
Clean fuel filter element every 250 hours
See Fuel Filters, page 7
Spark plug
Clean and regap every 300 hours of operation or
replace as needed
See Spark Plug, page 7
Fan blades and air
deflectors
Clean each season or as needed
See Fan Blades and Air Deflectors, page 7
or external canister)
Remove dirt and trash with clean, soft
cloth
Air passages around Check each season for dirt and trash
burner head
Motor
Not required, permanently lubricated
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Wiring Diagram
BLACK
7
5
B
A
THERMOSTAT
BLACK
B
WHITE
RED
RELAY
RESET
FLAME-OUT
CONTROL R BUTTON
BLUE
ORANGE
WHITE
MOTOR
WHITE
RED
BLACK
YELLOW
RED
TERMINAL
TERMINAL
BOARD
BOARD
WHITE
WHITE
YELLOW
BLACK
2
FAN
SWITCH
3
PLUG
WHITE
WHITE
1
SPARK
PLUG
RED
YELLOW
SOLENOID
VALVE
ELECTRONIC
IGNITOR
BLACK
GREEN
WHITE
120V
60Hz
WHITE
BLUE
PHOTOCELL
ORANGE
Figure 22 - Wiring Diagram
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Troubleshooting Chart
Never service heater while it is plugged in, operating, or hot.
Severe burns and electrical shock can occur.
Symptom
Possible Cause(s)
Corrective Action
Motor does not start when heater is
plugged in and thermostat setting is
higher than surrounding air temperature
1. Little or no power at heater due to:
1. a. Check condition of power cord or
extension cord. Repair or replace if
damaged
a. Damaged power cord or extension cord
b. Wrong size extension cord
c. Heater plugged into outlet with
voltage lower than 120 volt
b. Use extension cord with proper wire
size (See To Start Heater, page 5)
c. Make sure heater is plugged into
120 volt/60 hertz outlet
2. Loose electrical connections
2. Check connections. Tighten if loose
3. Motor overload protector tripped
due to:
3.a. See Fan Blades and Air Deflectors,
page 7
a. Dirty fan
b. Debris pulled into fan area by fan
c. Binding pump
d. Low voltage
b. Remove debris from fan and fan
guard area
c. Turn fan by hand. If fan is hard to
turn, see Pump, page 8
d. See steps B and C under item 1 above
NOTE: Be sure to reset motor overload
protector by pressing reset button on
top of motor
Heater will not ignite, but motor runs
for a short period of time
4. Flameout control not reset
4. Press and release flameout control
reset button. See Figure 6, page 6
for button location
5. Damaged flameout control
5. Replace flameout control
6. Damaged power relay
6. Replace power relay
7. Damaged thermostat
7. Replace thermostat
8. Binding pump
8. Turn fan by hand. If fan is hard to
turn, see Pump, page 8
1. Fuel tank empty
1. Add fuel to tank
2. Water in fuel
2. Check fuel tank for bubbles of water
in bottom. If found, remove fuel
(See Storing, Transporting, or
Shipping, page 11). Clean tank and
fuel filters (See Fuel Filters, page 7).
Fill with clean fuel
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Oil-Fired Heaters
®
Troubleshooting Chart (Continued)
Symptom
Heater will not ignite, but motor runs
for a short period of time (Continued)
Corrective Action
Possible Cause(s)
3. Wrong fuel
3. Remove wrong fuel (See Storing,
Transporting, or Shipping, page
11). Clean tank and fuel filters (See
Fuel Filters, page 7). Fill with
correct fuel
4. Dirt in nozzle
4. Replace nozzle (See Nozzle, page 9)
5. Very low temperature may cause
fuel to thicken and not flow
5. Move heater to warmer place until
fuel flows freely
6. Dirty fuel filters
6. Clean fuel filters (See Fuel Filters,
page 7)
7. Wrong pump pressure
7. Adjust pump pressure (See Pump
Pressure Adjustment sections, page
10)
8. Spark plug wire disconnected from plug
8. Connect spark plug wire to spark plug
9. Spark plug problems due to:
9. Adjust electrode gap to .075"
(See Spark Plug, page 7)
Wrong gap
Plug wet with fuel
Clean fuel from spark plug with
clean, soft cloth
Carbon deposits on plug
Replace plug if heavily coated with
carbon (See Spark Plug, page 7)
Damaged plug
Inspect plug for worn or eroded
electrodes. If found, replace plug
(See Spark Plug, page 7)
10. Solenoid valve not opening
10. Check electrical connections and
voltage to solenoid. If good,
replace solenoid valve
High Voltage!
Heater ignites, but flameout control
shuts off heater after a short period of
time
11. Damaged electronic ignitor
11. Replace electronic ignitor
1. Wrong pump pressure
1. Adjust pump pressure (See Pump
Pressure Adjustment section, page
10)
2. Dirty fuel filters
2. Clean fuel filters (See Fuel Filters,
page 7)
3. Dirt in nozzle
3. Replace nozzle (See Nozzle, page 9)
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Troubleshooting Chart (Continued)
Symptom
Possible Cause(s)
Corrective Action
Heater ignites, but flameout control
shuts off heater after a short period of
time (Continued)
4. Dirty photocell lens
4. Clean photocell lens with clean,
cotton swab
5. Open or damaged photocell
5. Replace photocell
6. Bad flameout control
6. Replace flameout control
7. Damaged fan switch
7. Replace fan switch
Heater burns, but puffs of smoke can
be seen
Wrong pump pressure
Adjust pump pressure (See Pump
Pressure Adjustment sections on page 10)
Heater does not burn steady
Heater almost out of fuel
Add fuel to tank
Heater burns with odor
Water condensation in fuel tank
Check fuel tank for bubbles of water in
bottom. If found, remove fuel (See
Storing, Transporting, or Shipping,
page 11). Clean tank and fuel filters
(See Fuel Filters, page 7). Fill with clean
fuel
Heater smokes continuously
1. Wrong fuel
1. Remove wrong fuel (See Storing,
Transporting, or Shipping, page 11).
Clean tank and fuel filters (See Fuel
Filters, page 7). Fill with correct fuel
2. Dirty fuel filters
2. Clean fuel filters (See Fuel Filters,
page 7)
3. Air leak in suction system
3. Tighten all fuel line connections (See
Fuel Lines, page 7)
4. Dirty nozzle
4. Replace nozzle (See Nozzle, page 9)
5. Low voltage causing motor to
operate below rated speed
5. Check voltage at heater. Voltage at
heater should be not less than 90%
of rated voltage (108V minimum for
120V heaters)
6. Loose fuel line
6. Check and tighten all fuel line
connections (See Fuel Lines, page 9)
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For Repair Parts, call 1-800-323-0620
Dayton Portable
Oil-Fired Heaters
®
24 hours a day – 365 days a year
1
Please provide following information:
-Model number
-Serial number (if any)
-Part description and number as shown in parts list
4
2
Address parts correspondence to:
Grainger Parts
P.O. Box 3074
1657 Shermer Road
Northbrook, IL 60065-3074 U.S.A.
3
5
6
9
(10 inside)
7
18
8
11
19
17 (3)
12
13
16
20
14
21
15
22 (2)
Figure 23 - Repair Parts Illustration for Motor And Pump Assembly for Heaters with Fuel Filter Internal to Pump
1
4
2
3
11
5
10
6
9
8
14
12
13
20
8
19
(3)
22
18
17
21
7
24
15
23
16
25
(2)
Figure 24 - Repair Parts Illustration for Motor And Pump Assembly for Heaters with Fuel Filter/
Canister External to Pump
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Models
3E358B
Repair Parts
Listand 3E359B
Motor and Pump Assembly for Heaters with Fuel Filter Internal to Pump - Figure 23
Reference
Number
Description
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
Part Number
Wiring cover
097492-03
5/16-24 x 5/16" Screw
*HF5-5C
5/16" External lockwasher *WLE-5
#10-16 x 3/8" Screw
*M11084-26
Motor (Model 3E358B)
099562-01
Motor (Model 3E359B)
099562-02
Flange clamp
M50116
(holds pump to motor)
Motor support
099518-05
(Model 3E358B)
Motor support
099519-03
(Model 3E359B)
Compression elbow
M50297
Fuel pump kit
098560-02
Filter element
110381-01
(inside fuel pump,
includes gaskets)
Straight fitting
M50113-02
Reference
Number
Description
Qty.
1
4
4
3
1
1
1
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
1
1
#8-32 x 3/8" Screw
Strain relief bushing
5/16" Lockwasher
5/16-24" Hex nut
Flamezzrol
Snap bushing
#6-32 x 3/8" Screw
Power relay
Terminal Board
Terminal Board
Rivet
Part Number
M10908-14
101504-01
*WLM-5
NPF-5C
HA3003
101547-01
M10908-2
097491-01
099125-05
099125-04
099157-01
Qty.
1
1
4
4
1
3
2
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
2
(*) Standard hardware item, available locally.
Motor and Pump Assembly for Heaters with Fuel Filter/Canister External to Pump - Figure 24
Reference
Number
Description
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Part Number
Wiring cover
097492-03
5/16-24 x 5/16" Screw
*HF5-5C
5/16" External lockwasher *WLE-5
#10-16 x 3/8" Screw
*M11084-26
Motor (Model 3E358B)
099562-01
Motor (Model 3E359B)
099562-02
Flange clamp
M50116
(holds pump to motor)
Motor support
099518-05
(Model 3E358B)
Motor support
099519-03
(Model 3E359B)
Street elbow
57413
Pipe nipple
M17499-2
Fuel filter assembly
098102-01
Filter element
098103-01
(inside fuel filter assembly,
includes rubber gaskets)
Reference
Number
Description
Qty.
1
4
4
3
1
1
1
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
1
1
2
1
1
1
90˚ Male elbow
Compression elbow
Straight fitting
Fuel pump kit
5/16" Lockwasher
5/16-24" Hex nut
Flameout control
Power relay
Snap bushing
#6-32 x 3/8" Screw
Strain relief bushing
#8-32 x 3/8" Screw
Terminal Board
Terminal Board
Rivet
Part Number
M50114-02
M50297
M50113-02
098560-01
*WLM-5
NPF-5C
HA3003
097491-01
101547-01
M10908-2
101504-01
M10908-14
099125-05
099125-04
099157-01
Qty.
1
1
1
1
4
4
1
1
3
2
1
1
1
1
2
(*) Standard hardware item, available locally.
®
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Dayton Operating Instructions and Parts Manual
For Repair Parts, call 1-800-323-0620
Dayton Portable
Oil-Fired Heaters
®
24 hours a day – 365 days a year
Please provide following information:
-Model number
-Serial number (if any)
-Part description and number as shown in parts list
Address parts correspondence to:
Grainger Parts
P.O. Box 3074
1657 Shermer Road
Northbrook, IL 60065-3074 U.S.A.
3
3
11
44
55
2
2
6
6
77
8
8
Figure 25 - Repair Parts Illustration for Burner Head Assembly
1
Figure 26 - Accessory - High Pressure Fuel Gauge
18
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Dayton Operating Instructions and Parts Manual
Models
3E358B
Repair Parts
Listand 3E359B
Burner Head Assembly - Figure 25
Reference
Number
Description
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
#6-32 x 3/8" Screw
(Model 3E358B only)
Photocell bracket
(Model 3E358B only)
Spark plug
Nozzle (Model 3E358B)
Nozzle (Model 3E359B)
Plug
Burner head body
Straight nipple
Solenoid valve
Compression elbow
Part Number
*M10908-2
099229-01
HA3012
M50112
M30765
M51170-01
M50924-02
69246
M50077
M50297
Qty.
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
(*) Standard hardware item, available locally.
Accessory - Figure 26
Reference
Number
Description
1
Part Number
High pressure fuel gauge **110380-01
Qty.
1
(**) Special tool to check fuel pump pressure.
®
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3E359B
Dayton Operating Instructions and Parts Manual
For Repair Parts, call 1-800-323-0620
Dayton Portable
Oil-Fired Heaters
®
24 hours a day – 365 days a year
Please provide following information:
-Model number
-Serial number (if any)
1
-Part description and number as
shown in parts list
Address parts correspondence to:
Grainger Parts
P.O. Box 3074
1657 Shermer Road
Northbrook, IL 60065-3074 U.S.A.
2
2
3
4
5
21
2
9
6
7
8
10
19
20
14
4
21
13
22
12
11
25
15
13
16
23
17
26
27
31
30
28
18
24
29
20
41
32
34
2
33
39
34
35
2
38
37
36
37
Figure 27 - Repair Parts Illustration for Model 3E358B
20
4
40
3E358B
Dayton Operating Instructions and Parts Manual
Models
3E358B
Repair Parts
Listand 3E359B
Reference
Number
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
Description
Part Number
Upper shell
#10-16 x 1/2" Screw
Combustion chamber and shield
Bushing
Air deflector
Burner head assembly
Photocell assembly
Fan
Fan guard
Fan switch (Includes cover, reference no. 11)
Fan switch cover
Sleeve
#10-16 x 3/8" Screw
Motor & pump assembly
Power cord
Fuel line
Ignition boot
Electronic Ignitor
Lower shell
Clip nut
#12-14 x 1/2" Screw
Bushing
Wire harness
Fuel line assembly
Front handle
Fuel cap
Filler neck screen
#1/4-20 x 2 1/4" Screw
#1/4-20 x 1 1/2" Bolt
Rear handle
Fuel tank
Wheel support frame
Axle
1/4-20 Hex lock nut
Wheel
5/32 x 1 1/4" Cotter pin
5/8" Flatwasher
Wheel spacer
Drain plug
Thermostat
#10-16 x 1/2" Screw
#10-16 x 3/4" Screw
General information decal
108436-03
*M11084-27
M50542-01
M30865-02
M50086
†
M16656-17
M50121
108446-01
M51336-02
M51160-01
M50278
*M11084-26
†
099896-01
M50295-02
M50050
102482-04
108437-03
M11271-8
*M11084-3
M50104-02
099509-01
M50115-01
M50062-03
097702-01
HA2210
*HC4-18C
*M51043-01
M50062
098513-05
M50063
M18774
*NTC-4C
M50389
*C5-10C
WP-10C
M50296
M27417
099895-01
*M15823-27
M11084-29
101685-05
Quantity
1
15
1
7
5
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
13
1
1
1
1
1
1
16
14
5
1
1
1
1
1
6
2
1
1
1
1
8
2
2
4
2
1
1
10
2
1
(*) Standard hardware item, available locally.
(†) Not available as complete assembly.
( ) Not shown.
®
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3E358B and 3E359B
Dayton Operating Instructions and Parts Manual
Dayton Portable
Oil-Fired Heaters
For Repair Parts, call 1-800-323-0620
®
24 hours a day – 365 days a year
Please provide following information:
-Model number
-Serial number (if any)
1
-Part description and number as
shown in parts list
2
2
Address parts correspondence to:
Grainger Parts
P.O. Box 3074
1657 Shermer Road
Northbrook, IL 60065-3074 U.S.A.
3
4
9
5
13
2
6
8
7
15
10
45
46
16
14
4
13
12
11
17
18
19
21
2
24
23
4
25
20
28
22
31
26
32
27
33
34
30
25
29
16
35
2
36
37
15
41
15
38
40
39
44
43
42
2
43
Figure 28 - Repair Parts Illustration for Model 3E359B
22
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Dayton Operating Instructions and Parts Manual
Models
3E358B
Repair Parts
Listand 3E359B
Reference
Number
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
Description
Part Number
Upper shell
#10-16 x 1/2" Screw
Combustion chamber and shield
Bushing
Air deflector
Burner head assembly
Photocell assembly
Fan
Fan guard
Fan switch (Includes cover, reference no. 11)
Fan switch cover
Sleeve
#10-16 x 3/8" Screw
Motor & pump assembly
#1/4-20 Hex nut
Clip nut
#12-14 x 1/2" Screw
Bushing
Lower shell
Fuel line
Power cord
Support bracket
1/4-20 x 3/8" Screw
Front handle
#1/4-20 x 1 1/2" Bolt
Fuel cap
Filler neck screen
Wire harness
Rear handle
Fuel line assembly
Ignition boot
Electronic Ignitor
Fuel tank
#1/4-20 x 2 3/4" Screw
Wheel support frame
Axle
Drain plug
#6-32 x 3/8" Screw
Internal lockwasher No. 6
6-32 Nut
Thermostat
Thermostat bracket
Wheel
5/32 x 1 1/4" Cotter pin
5/8" Flatwasher
Wheel spacer
#10-16 x 1/2" Screw
Photocell Bracket
#6-32 x 3/8" Screw
#10-16 x 3/4" Screw
General information decal
108396-03
*M11084-27
M50543-01
M30865-02
M50157
†
104679-01
M50194
106004-01
M51336-02
M51160-01
M50278
*M11084-26
†
*NTC-4C
M11271-8
*M11084-3
M50104-02
108397-03
M50295-03
099896-01
M50388AZ
*HC4-3C
M50224
*M51043-01
097702-01
HA2210
099509-02
M28872-01
M50115-02
M50050
102482-04
098513-07
*HC4-22C
M28140-02
M18774
M27417
*RC1-3C
*WLI-1C
*NPC-1C
099895-01
M25121-02
M50389
*C5-10C
*WP-10C
M50296
*M15823-27
104413-01
M10908-2
M11084-29
101685-06
Quantity
1
28
1
5
5
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
15
1
18
18
4
2
1
1
1
2
4
1
6
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
8
1
1
1
2
2
2
1
1
2
2
4
2
10
1
2
2
1
(*) Standard hardware item, available locally.
(†) Not available as complete assembly.
( ) Not shown.
®
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Dayton Portable
Oil-Fired Heaters
®
LIMITED WARRANTY
DAYTON ONE-YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY. Dayton® Portable Oil-Fired heaters, Models covered in this manual, are
warranted by Dayton Electric Mfg. Co. (Dayton) to the original user against defects in workmanship or materials under
normal use for one year after date of purchase. Any part which is determined to be defective in material or workmanship
and returned to an authorized service location, as Dayton designates, shipping costs prepaid, will be, as the exclusive
remedy, repaired or replaced at Dayton’s option. For limited warranty claim procedures, see PROMPT DISPOSITION below.
This limited warranty gives purchasers specific legal rights which vary from jurisdiction to jurisdiction.
LIMITATION OF LIABILITY. To the extent allowable under applicable law, Dayton’s liability for consequential and incidental
damages is expressly disclaimed. Dayton’s liability in all events is limited to, and shall not exceed, the purchase price paid.
WARRANTY DISCLAIMER. Dayton has made a diligent effort to provide product information and illustrate the products
in this literature accurately; however, such information and illustrations are for the sole purpose of identification, and do
not express or imply a warranty that the products are MERCHANTABLE, or FIT FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, or that the
products will necessarily conform to the illustrations or descriptions. Except as provided below, no warranty or affirmation
of fact, expressed or implied, other than as stated in “LIMITED WARRANTY” above is made or authorized by Dayton.
PRODUCT SUITABILITY. Many jurisdictions have codes and regulations governing sales, construction, installation, and/or use
of products for certain purposes, which may vary from those in neighboring areas. While Dayton attempts to assure that its
products comply with such codes, it cannot guarantee compliance, and cannot be responsible for how the product is
installed or used. Before purchase and use of a product, review the product application and all applicable national and local
codes and regulations, and be sure that the product, installation, and use will comply with them.
Certain aspects of disclaimers are not applicable to consumer products; e.g., (a) some jurisdictions do not allow the exclusion
or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitation or exclusion may not apply to you; (b) also,
some jurisdictions do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts, consequently the above limitation may
not apply to you; and (c) by law, during the period of this Limited Warranty, any implied warranties of merchantability or
fitness for a particular purpose applicable to consumer products purchased by consumers, may not be excluded or otherwise
disclaimed.
PROMPT DISPOSITION. Dayton will make a good faith effort for prompt correction or other adjustment with respect to any
product which proves to be defective within limited warranty. For any product believed to be defective within limited
warranty, first write or call dealer from whom product was purchased. Dealer will give additional directions. If unable to
resolve satisfactorily, write to Dayton at address below, giving dealer’s name, address, date and number of dealer’s invoice,
and describing the nature of the defect. Title and risk of loss pass to buyer on delivery to common carrier. If product was
damaged in transit to you, file claim with carrier.
Manufactured for Dayton Electric Mfg. Co., 5959 W. Howard St., Niles, IL 60714 U.S.A.
101422 01
NOT A UPC
Manufactured for Dayton Electric Mfg. Co.
Niles, Illinois 60714 U.S.A.
101422-01
Rev. G
07/02
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