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RJM 45EK-D Operating instructions
ENERGY KING
Wood/Coal Boilers
Models 35EK-D/45EK-D &
ASME-Certified Model A40EK-D
Installation, Operation & Maintenance Manual
RJM Manufacturing, Inc.
1875 Olson Drive
Chippewa Falls, WI 54729
(715) 720-1794 ♦ Fax (715) 720-1797
www.EnergyKing.com
ENERGY KING Wood/Coal Boilers
Models 35EK-D/45EK-D & ASME-Certified Model A40EK-D
Installation and Operating Instructions
Congratulations on your purchase of an ENERGY KING solid fuel heating appliance!
Your ENERGY KING Wood/Coal Boiler is designed for a lifetime of durable, reliable
performance and easy operation. This manual describes the installation, operation and
maintenance of your ENERGY KING Wood/Coal Boiler.
Save these instructions.
Before installing your ENERGY KING Wood/Coal Boiler,
please read and be sure you understand this entire owner’s
manual and safety instructions.
ENERGY KING Wood/Coal Boilers have been designed to use independently or as an addon to an existing hydronic heating system. The installation of any furnace or boiler is not a
do-it-yourself project. To ensure the ENERGY KING Wood/Coal Boiler will operate safely
and efficiently, the installation must be performed by a qualified installer with specific
knowledge of hydronic heating systems. It is the owner’s responsibility to make certain
that both the appliance and installation are acceptable to their insurance company, as well
as ensuring compliance with all local, state and national codes and regulations.
With proper installation and maintenance, your ENERGY KING Wood/Coal Boiler will give
you years of trouble free service.
Thank you for choosing the ENERGY KING Wood/Coal Boiler.
We are constantly improving and updating our products in order to provide the highest quality and value
possible. RJM Manufacturing, Inc., the manufacturer of this product, reserves the right to alter its products,
their specifications and/or prices without notice.
RJM Manufacturing, Inc
1875 Olson Drive
Chippewa Falls, WI 54729
(715) 720-1794 | Fax (715) 720-1797
www.energyking.com
Email: sales@energyking.com
ENERGY KING is a trademark of RJM Manufacturing, Inc.
Safety Instructions
Failure to follow these safety instructions may result
in property damage, bodily injury or even death.
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Read this entire manual before installing,
operating or maintaining this product.
Proper installation of this heating
appliance is crucial for safe and efficient
operation. Save these instructions for later
use.
This heating appliance must be
installed in accordance with local,
state, and national codes and
regulations. Contact your local building
or fire officials about installation
restrictions and inspection requirements in
your area.
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Do not connect this heating appliance
to a chimney flue serving any other
appliance.
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Do not install this heating appliance in
a mobile or manufactured home—this
can be dangerous and will void your
warranty. This heating appliance has not
been tested to meet the strict
requirements necessary for installation
into a mobile or manufactured home.
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Install in an area with adequate air for
combustion and ventilation. The use of
outside air may be required for safe
operation of this heating appliance.
Contact your local building or fire officials
about combustion air requirements in your
area.
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All minimum clearances to combustible
materials must be followed.
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This Boiler must be installed on a
non-combustible floor or 3/8-inch thick
fireproof millboard or equivalent. See
Installation for further instructions.
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Disconnect all power to the ENERGY
KING heating appliance at the breaker
box or service panel before performing
routine maintenance and service. Allow
the heating appliance to cool before
servicing.
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Never fire a boiler that is low on water.
Never add water to a hot boiler.
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The fuel loading and ash removal doors
must be closed tightly during operation. All
seals must be maintained in good
condition.
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The ENERGY KING Wood/Coal Boiler is
designed to burn air-dried wood, or
anthracite or bituminous coal only.
Burning of any other type of fuel voids
your ENERGY KING warranty.
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Do not burn: Treated wood, colored
paper, garbage, cardboard, solvents, or
trash—burning these may result in toxic
fumes, or produce soot and large flakes of
char or fly ash. Burning treated wood,
colored paper, garbage, cardboard,
solvents or trash can be dangerous and
will void your ENERGY KING warranty.
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Do not place clothing or other flammable
materials on this heating appliance or
within marked clearances to combustibles.
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Do not use, store, or dispose of flammable
liquids near the heating appliance.
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DANGER – Risk of Fire or Explosion:
Do not burn garbage, gasoline, naphtha,
drain or engine oil, or other flammable
liquids or inappropriate materials in this
heating appliance.
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Do not use chemicals or fluids, such as
gasoline, gasoline-type lantern fuel,
kerosene, charcoal lighter fluid, or similar
liquids to start or freshen up a fire in this
heating appliance.
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Establish a routine for the storage of fuel,
care of the heating appliance and firing
techniques.
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CAUTION – Hot Surfaces: Keep children
away! Do not touch heating appliance
during operation.
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Use caution when opening fuel loading
door. Opening fuel loading door rapidly
can cause smoke or flame to flash out the
door. See Operation for further
instructions.
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Safety Instructions
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Dispose of ashes with care. Ashes should
be placed in a metal container with a tight
fitting metal lid. The closed container of
ashes should be placed on a
noncombustible floor or on the ground,
well away from all combustible materials,
pending final disposal.
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A working smoke detector must be
installed in the same room as this heating
appliance. For additional safety, RJM
Manufacturing, Inc. also recommends
installing working smoke detectors and a
listed carbon monoxide warning device in
the living areas of the home.
All coal contains small amounts of
dangerous elements. Therefore it is
essential that all coal ash be disposed of
in municipally designated areas.
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Always keep a working fire extinguisher
on hand in case of fire.
Failure to follow these safety instructions may result
in property damage, bodily injury or even death.
The National Fire Protection Association has information available on the safe use of solid-fuel
heating appliances. You can contact the NFPA at: National Fire Protection Association, 1
Batterymarch Park, Quincy, MA 02169-7471 or www.nfpa.org.
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Table of Contents
SAFETY IN ST RUCTI ON S ................................................................................................................................................ i
T A BLE OF CONT ENT S ................................................................................................................................................... 1
SP ECI FICA TI ON S ............................................................................................................................................................ 3
C OM P ONENT DE SC RI PTI ON ....................................................................................................................................... 4
W HAT I S A SME -CE RTIF IC ATI ON? ............................................................................................................................. 6
P R EIN STA LL AT I ON C ON SI DE RA TION S .................................................................................................................. 7
FUE L RE QUIREMEN T S .................................................................................................................................................. 8
WOOD ............................................................................................................................................................................ 8
COAL.............................................................................................................................................................................. 9
IN STALLATION .............................................................................................................................................................. 10
GENERAL REQUIREMENTS ........................................................................................................................................... 10
Zones ........................................................................................................................................................................ 10
In-floor Heating ....................................................................................................................................................... 10
Placement ................................................................................................................................................................. 10
•Floor Protection ................................................................................................................................................................... 10
•As Primary Boiler................................................................................................................................................................ 11
•As Add-On Boiler ................................................................................................................................................................ 11
Clearances to Combustibles ................................................................................................................................................. 11
ASSEMBLING YOUR ENERGY KING WOOD/COAL BOILER ..................................................................................... 12
COMBUSTION AIR REQUIREMENTS .............................................................................................................................. 15
VENTING SYSTEM ......................................................................................................................................................... 16
Masonry Chimney .................................................................................................................................................... 18
Chimney Connector ................................................................................................................................................. 18
Barometric Draft Control ........................................................................................................................................ 19
PLUMBING ..................................................................................................................................................................... 20
OPE RATI ON .................................................................................................................................................................... 22
GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS ............................................................................................................................................. 22
GATE VALVES ............................................................................................................................................................... 22
FIRST FIRE .................................................................................................................................................................... 23
TYPICAL OPERATION CYCLE ....................................................................................................................................... 23
OVERFIRE ...................................................................................................................................................................... 24
POWER FAILURE INSTRUCTIONS .................................................................................................................................. 24
BURNING WOOD............................................................................................................................................................ 25
Starting a Wood Fire................................................................................................................................................ 25
Refueling .................................................................................................................................................................. 25
BURNING COAL ............................................................................................................................................................. 26
Starting a Coal Fire ................................................................................................................................................. 27
Refueling / Recharging ............................................................................................................................................ 27
MA INTENANC E .............................................................................................................................................................. 29
CREOSOTE – FORMATION AND NEED FOR REMOVAL ................................................................................................. 29
DISPOSAL OF ASHES...................................................................................................................................................... 29
GASKET REPLACEMENT ............................................................................................................................................... 30
ROUTINE MAINTENANCE .............................................................................................................................................. 30
TROUBLE SHOOTI NG GUIDE ...................................................................................................................................... 32
A PP EN DI X A : W I RIN G D I A G RAM ........................................................................................................................... 37
A PP EN DIX B : E XAM PLE P L UM BING DIA G RA M ................................................................................................. 39
APPEN DIX C: PARTS LIST ........................................................................................................................................ 41
A P P E N DI X D : P UR C H A S E & SE R VI C E REC O R D ................................................................................................ 45
A PP EN DI X E : W A RRANT Y C LA I M PRO CE D U RES ............................................................................................. 46
LIMITED WARRANTY ................................................................................................................................................. 49
S U P P LE M E N T A : A QU A S T A T -IM M E R S I ON C ON T R O L ...................................................................................... 51
SUPPLEMENT B: 24-V WA LL THE RM OST AT ....................................................................................................... 64
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Specifications
Model Number
A40EK-D
35EK-D
45EK-D
54.5″ x 24″ x 43″
54.5″ x 24″ x 38″
54.5″ x 24″ x 43″
1,155 lbs.
1,055 lbs.
1,155 lbs.
140,000 BTU
140,000 BTU
160,000 BTU
1,500–2,500 sq. ft.
1,500–2,500 sq. ft.
up to 4,000 sq. ft.
43 gallons
43 gallons
48 gallons
Water Jacket (Sides, Front, Top, Back)
1/4″ SA516-70
Steel Plate
1/4″ A36 Steel
Plate
1/4″ A36 Steel
Plate
Burn Chamber Dimensions (H x W x D)
30″ x 17″ x 30″
30″ x 17″ x 30″
30″ x 17″ x 35″
8.5 cu. ft.
8.5 cu. ft.
10 cu. ft.
26″
26″
32″
Standard
Standard
Standard
Cast Iron Fuel Loading Door Size
(H x W)
15.5″ x 13.5″
15.5″ x 13.5″
15.5″ x 13.5″
Cast Iron Ash Removal Door Size
(H x W)
7.25″ x 11.5″
7.25″ x 11.5″
7.25″ x 11.5″
Standard
Standard
Standard
8″
8″
8″
55.5″
55.5″
55.5″
4″
4″
4″
Insulated Cabinet
Standard
Standard
Standard
Pre-wired Electrical Components
Standard
Standard
Standard
Forced (60CFM)
Forced (60CFM)
Forced (60CFM)
Standard
Standard
Standard
115 Volts, 60HZ,
1 Phase, less than
12 Amp Circuit
115 Volts, 60HZ,
1 Phase, less than
12 Amp Circuit
115 Volts, 60HZ,
1 Phase, less than
12 Amp Circuit
Cast Iron Stationary (Wood) Grates
Standard
Standard
Standard
Cast Iron Shaker Grates
Optional
Optional
Optional
Cast Iron Hearth Plates (Front & Rear)
Standard
Standard
Standard
N/A
Optional
Optional
ASME Code,
Section 4
N/A
N/A
Dimensions (H x W x D)
Shipping Weight (Approx.)
Heating Capacity* - BTU’s (Approx.)
Heating Area* (Approx.)
Water Capacity (Approx.)
Burn Chamber Volume
Log Length
Sliding Smoke Baffle
Removable Ash Pan
Flue Size
Flue Collar Height
Leg Height
Draft Controls
Wall Thermostat
Electrical Requirements
Domestic Hot Water Coil, 4″
Complies with Standards
*The heating capacity specifications are provided as guidelines only and in no way guarantee the output or
capacity of the units. The actual BTU output depends on the type of fuel being burned and its condition, the
thermostat setting, the draft adjustments and the chimney into which the unit is installed.
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Component Description
Figure 1: Components (Cutaway View)
1. 8″ Chimney Outlet. Top Vent. Venting must
be provided using a lined masonry chimney
or a listed UL103 type HT chimney. The
chimney exhausts smoke and flue gases that
are a natural result of combustion and
provides “draft” to the Boiler. Draft is the
force that moves air from the burn chamber
up through the chimney. See Venting for
further instructions.
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2. Sliding Smoke Baffle. When open, the
sliding smoke baffle allows smoke and flue
gases to flow into the chimney connector
without restriction. When closed, smoke and
flue gases are diverted around the sliding
smoke baffle, creating a longer path for the
heated air and allowing your boiler to extract
the maximum amount of heat from the fire.
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Component Description
3. 2″ Hot Water Outlet. Your ENERGY KING
Wood/Coal Boiler is equipped with one hot
water outlet, located at the top of the
appliance, which supplies heated water to
your heating system.
4. Cold Water Inlet (Return). Cold water
inlets return cooled water back to your
Boiler. The ENERGY KING Model A40EKD Wood/Coal Boiler is equipped with one 11/2″ cold water inlet, located on the rear of
the appliance. ENERGY KING Models
35EK-D/45EK-D Wood/Coal Boiler are
equipped with two
1-1/4″ cold water
inlets, located on the rear of the appliance.
5. Cast Iron Doors. Heavy cast iron fuel
loading and ash removal doors are secured
to the ENERGY KING using door pins (4
included). The door gaskets provide an
airtight seal and should be inspected
regularly to ensure that they are in good
condition at all times. The gasket must be
replaced if it becomes damaged or worn.
Do not operate the ENERGY KING heating
appliance with the fuel loading or ash
removal doors open.
6. Cast Iron Hearth Plates. Cast with the
words “Wood” and “Coal” on opposite
sides, these plates help to ensure the
precise amount of combustion air required
to promote the most efficient combustion
for either fuel. ENERGY KING Wood/Coal
Boilers use two cast iron hearth plates—
one at the front of the burn chamber, and
one at the rear (2 included).
7. Cast Iron Stationary (Wood) Grates. This
is where you build your wood fire. If you
selected the Shaker Grate option, the
Wood Grates will have been replaced with
Shaker Grates at the factory.
Cast Iron Shaker Grates (Optional). (Not
Pictured)This is where you build your wood or
coal fire. The handle to control the Shaker
Grates is located at the front of the ENERGY
KING, on the left side of the ash removal
door.
8. Firebrick. (9″ x 4-1/2″ x 1-1/4″) 2000degree, heat retentive firebricks protect the
sides of the Boiler’s burn chamber.
ENERGY KING A40EK-D Boilers and
35EK-D Boilers use 12 firebricks (6 on
each side). The ENERGY KING 45EK-D
Boiler uses 14 firebricks (7 on each side).
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9. Ash Removal Pan. Designed for easy
cleanup of fine ash accumulation. Do not
operate the ENERGY KING heating
appliance with the ash removal door open;
keep it closed except to remove ashes. The
ash removal door gasket provides an
airtight seal and should be inspected to
ensure that it is in good condition at all
times. The gasket must be replaced if it
becomes damaged or worn.
Control Box. (Not Pictured) Controls the
Boiler’s electrical system. The control box is
pre-wired for forced air draft.
Combustion Blower. (Not Pictured) This
blower will supply air for combustion by
forcing air into the burn chamber when your
wall thermostat calls for heat.
24-V Wall Thermostat. (Not Pictured) Tells
your ENERGY KING heating appliance when
your home has cooled below your preferred
temperature. Your draft system is controlled
primarily by your wall thermostat.
Aquastat-Immersion Control. (Not Pictured)
Provides boiler water regulation by controlling
the high and low water-temperature limits.
See Appendix D for further information.
Pressure-Temperature Gauge. (Not
Pictured) Shows the water pressure and
water temperature within your ENERGY KING
Wood/Coal Boiler.
Pressure Relief Valve. (Not Pictured) A
safety feature, the pressure relief valve will
release excess pressure within your ENERGY
KING Wood/Coal Boiler. See Plumbing for
further instructions.
10. Insulated Cabinet. The colored steel
cabinet panels (sides and top) restrain the
foil-backed insulation, allowing maximum
heat from the Boiler to be circulated
through the home’s hydronic heating
system.
11. Legs. Raise the ENERGY KING heating
appliance off the floor to prevent the
accumulation of moisture between the floor
and the bottom of the appliance.
Domestic Hot Water Coil, 4″ (Optional):
(Not Pictured) For heating domestic hot water.
The domestic hot water coil is not available
on ENERGY KING A40EK-D Boilers.
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What is ASME-Certification?
ENERGY KING Wood/Coal Boiler model A40EK-D is built and tested to the exacting standards of
the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) Code Section 4, Construction of Heating
Boilers, under the National Board ‘H’ stamp, and is independently inspected by a third party
inspection agency.
ENERGY KING Wood/Coal Boiler model A40EK-D is constructed of certified, high-grade 1/4”
SA516-70 steel plate and is welded by experienced, ASME-certified welders, to ensure safety and
durability. For additional safety, a 30 PSI pressure relief valve is included with every Energy King
boiler. You can rest easy knowing that ENERGY KING A40EK-D boilers conform to an
internationally recognized standard for safety and quality.
The following information was taken from www.ASME.org and is reproduced here for informational
purposes only. Please visit www.ASME.org for more information about the ASME and codes and
standards.
Founded in 1880 as the American Society of Mechanical Engineers, ASME is a not-for-profit
professional organization that promotes the art, science and practice of mechanical and
multidisciplinary engineering and allied sciences throughout the world. The core values of
ASME are rooted in its mission to better enable mechanical engineering practitioners to
contribute to the well-being of humankind.
About Codes & Standards
What is a standard?
A standard can be defined as a set of technical definitions and guidelines, “how to”
instructions for designers, manufacturers and users. Standards promote safety, reliability,
productivity and efficiency in almost every industry that relies on engineering components or
equipment. Standards can run from a few paragraphs to hundreds of pages, and are written
by experts with knowledge and expertise in a particular field who sit on many committees.
Are standards mandatory?
Standards are considered voluntary because they serve as guidelines, but do not of
themselves have the force of law. ASME cannot force any manufacturer, inspector, or
installer to follow ASME standards. Their use is voluntary.
Standards become mandatory when they have been incorporated into a business contract
or incorporated into regulations.
What is a code?
A code is a standard that has been adopted by one or more governmental bodies and has
the force of law.
Why are standards effective?
Standards are a vehicle of communication for producers and users. They serve as a
common language, defining quality and establishing safety criteria. Costs are lower if
procedures are standardized; training is also simplified.
Interchangeability is another reason. It is not uncommon for a consumer to buy a nut in
California for a bolt purchased in New Jersey.
ASME.org. 2009. American Society of Mechanical Engineers.
19 May 2009 <http://www.asme.org>.
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Preinstallation Considerations
The ENERGY KING Wood/Coal Boiler is intended for use in residential buildings. Do not install this
heating appliance in a mobile or manufactured home—this can be dangerous and will void your
warranty. This heating appliance has not been tested to meet the strict requirements necessary for
installation into a mobile or manufactured home.
Always check with local authorities and obtain the necessary permits prior to installing this heating
appliance.
Before the position of the Boiler can be decided, a few questions should be considered.
1. Will this heating appliance be used as a
primary (central) boiler, or will it be installed
as an add-on to your existing hydronic
heating system?
2. Will your preferred heating system require
the use of storage tanks or mixing valves?
Some systems, such as in-floor heating,
cannot withstand the high water
temperatures produced by the ENERGY
KING Wood/Coal Boiler and may require
the heated water to be mixed with cool
water before it can be delivered into the
home.
3. Can the ENERGY KING heating appliance
be vented properly?
a. Is your chimney appropriate for this
application? This heating appliance
requires installation into a lined masonry
chimney or an 8″ UL103 Type HT all-fuel
factory-built chimney. Do not connect
this unit to any chimney flue serving
any other appliance. See Venting for
further instructions.
b. Has your chimney been inspected? For
your safety, it is important your chimney
be clean and free from defect or damage
prior to installing your ENERGY KING
heating appliance.
4. This heating appliance may require an
outside air source for combustion air. Will
this be easily accessed in your desired
location?
5. Are there any local, state or national codes
or regulations governing the use and
placement of this heating appliance?
6. Can the heating appliance be installed
safely?
a. The heating appliance should not be
installed in a location where it could
come into contact with curtains, drapes,
walls, carpeting, or other combustible
surfaces, and must not be installed in a
sleeping room.
b. Will your desired location require floor
protection?
c. The clearances specified in this manual
are minimum clearances. Any reduction
must be approved by the regulatory
authority and is not recommended by
RJM Manufacturing, Inc.
7. How close is the electrical source? The
power source must conform to the
requirements shown in Specifications.
8. Will the heating appliance be easily
accessible for cleaning, refueling,
maintenance, and repair?
9. Are there any structural reasons why the
heating appliance cannot be placed where
you want?
Finally, do you have a reliable, consistent source of fuel for your ENERGY KING Wood/Coal Boiler?
Please see Fuel Requirements for further information on fuel supply.
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Fuel Requirements
BURN AIR-DRIED WOOD, OR ANTHRACITE OR BITUMINOUS COAL ONLY
Risk of Fire: Do not store fuel or other combustible
material within the marked installation clearances.
It is important to use fuel that is clean, dry and consistent. Solid-fuel boilers, such as your ENERGY
KING Wood/Coal Boiler, naturally produce ash as a byproduct of the burning process. Even with
the ENERGY KING heating appliance’s highly efficient design, your heating appliance will still
produce some amount of ash which will need to be cleaned periodically. The type and quality of fuel
you burn affects the amount of ash produced and the performance of your heating appliance. To
assist you in determining which fuel to use, here are some guidelines to consider:
WOOD
Burning wood for heat is as old as civilization itself. More than any other major fuel, wood provides
us with energy independence – an easily available, locally produced and renewable source of heat
on which we can rely.
• The ENERGY KING Wood/Coal Boiler has
been tested for operation with air-dried
wood.
• Wood should be seasoned (dried) for at
least 12 months before burning. Properly
seasoned wood should have about 20% 25% moisture content. To properly season
wood, split the logs as soon as possible
and loosely stack them in a dry spot for at
least 12 months.
You should not burn wet or green wood in
your Boiler. Burning wet or green wood in
your Boiler will not only reduce the
efficiency of your appliance, but also
increases the risk of dangerous creosote
build-up in your appliance and chimney.
• Softwoods, such as pine and fir, are easily
ignited and burn rapidly with hot flames.
With softwoods, you will spend more time
reloading your ENERGY KING Wood/Coal
Boiler, and will have much more difficulty
achieving an overnight burn. For a longer
lasting fire, it is best to use more dense
hardwoods.
• Ideally, you should burn a mixture of
hardwoods and softwoods, using the hotter,
faster burning softwoods to start your fire,
and the denser hardwoods to maintain a
longer-lasting fire.
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• With this in mind, choosing the kind of
firewood that is best for you depends on
what is available in your area. If hardwoods
are unavailable in your area, you can
control the burn rate by using larger pieces
of wood.
• DO NOT BURN: Treated wood, colored
paper, garbage, cardboard, solvents, or
trash—burning these may result in toxic
fumes, or produce soot and large flakes of
char or fly ash. Burning treated wood,
colored paper, garbage, cardboard,
solvents or trash can be dangerous and will
void your ENERGY KING warranty.
• DANGER – Risk of Fire or Explosion: Do
not burn garbage, gasoline, naphtha, drain
or engine oil, or other flammable liquids or
inappropriate materials in this heating
appliance.
Storage
• Store all fuel in a dry location away from
the elements. Never burn wet or green
wood.
• Do not store fuel within the heating
appliance installation clearances or within
the space required for refueling, ash
removal and other routine maintenance
operations.
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Fuel Requirements
BURN AIR-DRIED WOOD, OR ANTHRACITE OR BITUMINOUS COAL ONLY
Risk of Fire: Do not store fuel or other combustible
material within the marked installation clearances.
COAL
One of the world’s most widely-used fuel sources, coal can provide the energy independence and
low fuel prices sought by owners of solid-fuel heating appliances.
• The ENERGY KING Wood/Coal Boiler has
been tested for operation with anthracite
(hard) or bituminous (soft) coal.
• Anthracite: Also known as Hard Coal,
anthracite is a hard, lustrous coal with a
high carbon content that burns with a clean
blue, nearly smokeless, flame.
• Bituminous: Also known as Soft Coal,
bituminous coal is a soft type of coal that
has a high sulfur content and burns with a
yellow, smoky flame.
• Bituminous coal tends to contain more
impurities and sulfur than anthracite coal,
which may decrease the expected lifespan
of your ENERGY KING solid-fuel heating
appliance and its components. If you
choose to burn bituminous coal, be sure to
select only high-grade bituminous coal.
• Coal Size: Your ENERGY KING
Wood/Coal Boiler is designed to use coal
that is Nut size or larger.
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• DO NOT BURN: Treated wood, colored
paper, garbage, cardboard, solvents, or
trash—burning these may result in toxic
fumes, or produce soot and large flakes
of char or fly ash. Burning treated wood,
colored paper, garbage, cardboard,
solvents or trash can be dangerous and
will void your ENERGY KING warranty.
• DANGER – Risk of Fire or Explosion:
Do not burn garbage, gasoline, naphtha,
drain or engine oil, or other flammable
liquids or inappropriate materials in this
heating appliance.
Storage
• Store all fuel in a dry location away from
the elements. Never burn wet coal.
• Do not store fuel within the heating
appliance installation clearances or
within the space required for refueling,
ash removal and other routine
maintenance operations.
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Risk of Fire:
• Do not operate with flue draft exceeding .06 in. (14.95 Pa)
water column.
• Do not operate with fuel loading or ash removal doors open.
• Do not store fuel or other combustible material within marked
installation clearances.
• Inspect and clean flues and chimney regularly.
Do not connect the ENERGY KING heating appliance
to any chimney flue serving any other appliance.
General Requirements
The installation of any solid fuel heating appliance is not a do-it-yourself project. The
ENERGY KING Wood/Coal Boiler should be installed by a qualified installer with specific
knowledge of hydronic heating systems. Check with your fire department and building inspector for
local, state, and federal codes and regulations regarding installation.
Solid-fuel heating appliance related fires are caused almost exclusively by installation, operation, or
maintenance errors. A smoke detector in “working” condition must be a part of every ENERGY
KING solid-fuel heating appliance installation—this is the most inexpensive insurance you can buy!
For additional safety, RJM Manufacturing, Inc. recommends installing working smoke detectors and
a listed carbon monoxide warning device in the living areas of the home.
The ENERGY KING Wood/Coal Boiler is designed to be used in conjunction with a listed gas- or
oil-fired boiler, or as a central boiler.
Zones
A “heat dump” zone is required for all
installations. The purpose of this zone is to
circulate heated water away from the boiler
when no other zones are calling for heat. In
this way it will prevent your ENERGY KING
Wood/Coal Boiler from overheating. However,
as a safety feature, if your Boiler should
overheat or build up excess pressure, it will
trigger the pressure relief valve which will
release water, thus relieving pressure. See
Plumbing for further instructions.
In-floor Heating
Many newer homes feature in-floor heating.
The ENERGY KING Wood/Coal Boiler may not
be suitable for such applications as it produces
water temperatures in excess of 185-degrees,
which is much greater than can be withstood by
most standard in-floor heating installations.
To use the ENERGY KING Wood/Coal Boiler
with in-floor heating, a mixing valve may be
required to lower the water temperature before
it is delivered to your in-floor heating system.
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Placement
• Floor Protection
Floor protection must be provided because
of possible spillage of ashes and burning
fuel. The ENERGY KING Wood/Coal Boiler
must be installed on a non-combustible floor
or 3/8-inch thick fireproof millboard or
equivalent.
The non-combustible material must be
placed underneath the heating appliance,
and must extend at least 18 inches on all
sides of the heating appliance.
Additionally, the non-combustible material
must extend at least 18 inches on either side
of the chimney connector.
Consult your local ENERGY KING dealer for
possible sources of non-combustible floor
protection material acceptable for use with
your ENERGY KING Wood/Coal Boiler.
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• As Primary Boiler
Locate the ENERGY KING Wood/Coal
Boiler as close to the new or existing
chimney as possible. The ENERGY KING
heating appliance should be placed so that
you can easily complete operation and
maintenance procedures.
Locate the 24-V Wall Thermostat provided
with your ENERGY KING heating appliance
in the living area of the home. Your draft
system is controlled primarily by the wall
thermostat, so proper placement and
installation of the wall thermostat is crucial.
Strictly adhere to all requirements
pertaining to clearances to combustibles,
combustion air, venting system, draft
control, and thermostat installation.
• As Add-On Boiler
The ENERGY KING Wood/Coal Boiler is
designed to be used in conjunction with a
listed gas- or oil-fired boiler, but not all
boilers will accept an add-on application.
Some small boilers may not be used in an
add-on installation.
Clearances to Combustibles
• Sides: The ENERGY KING Wood/Coal
Boiler must have clearances of 18 inches
from the sidewall of the ENERGY KING
Wood/Coal Boiler to combustibles.
• Front: Leave a minimum clearance of 48
inches in front of your ENERGY KING
heating appliance. This is for safe, easy
loading and cleaning of your ENERGY
KING heating appliance.
• Rear: The minimum clearance from the
rear of the ENERGY KING Wood/Coal
Boiler to combustibles is 20 inches.
• Top: The minimum clearance from the
top of the ENERGY KING Wood/Coal
Boiler to combustibles is 18 inches.
• Stovepipe: Stovepipe must have a
minimum of 18 inches to combustibles.
• Additionally, when using your ENERGY
KING Wood/Coal Boiler as an add-on, a
18-inch minimum clearance is required
between the ENERGY KING Wood/Coal
Boiler and your existing boiler.
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Before installing your ENERGY KING
Wood/Coal Boiler, consult your heating
contractor and local, state and national
building codes and regulations to determine
if your existing hydronic heating system is
compatible with the ENERGY KING
Wood/Coal Boiler.
When using your ENERGY KING
Wood/Coal Boiler in an add-on application,
locate the ENERGY KING Wood/Coal
Boiler as close to the new or existing
chimney as possible, and as close to your
existing boiler as practical. However a
minimum clearance of 12-inches is required
between your existing boiler and your
ENERGY KING Wood/Coal Boiler.
Locate the 24-V Wall Thermostat provided
with your ENERGY KING heating appliance
in the living area of the home, near your
existing thermostat. Your draft system is
controlled primarily by the wall thermostat,
so proper placement and installation of the
wall thermostat is crucial.
Figure 2: Clearances to Combustibles
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Assembling Your ENERGY KING Wood/Coal Boiler
The entire installation should be planned before putting the Boiler in place to ensure compliance
with all the requirements outlined in the owner’s manual.
Your new ENERGY KING Wood/Coal Boiler will have been shipped on a pallet with several boxed
components that will need to be assembled prior to installation. Please see “Components” for a list
of everything that was shipped along with your ENERGY KING Wood/Coal Boiler.
Once your Boiler is placed in your desired location:
1. Remove the protective plastic coating from
the outer cabinet of the heating appliance
before assembling.
2. Cast Iron Hearth Plates. Position front and
rear cast iron hearth plates in burn chamber.
Your primary type of fuel (wood or coal) will
determine how to position the hearth plates.
The purpose of proper location is to
introduce the precise amount of combustion
air into the burn chamber to promote the
most efficient combustion for either fuel.
The words “Wood” and “Coal” are cast into
the hearth plates on opposite sides.
a. If you are going to burn wood, position
the hearth plates with the word “Wood”
facing out, not into the burn chamber.
b. If you plan to primarily burn coal,
position the hearth plates with the word
“Coal” facing out.
3. Firebrick. The firebrick in your ENERGY
KING heating appliance will have been
installed at the factory; however they may
have shifted during shipment. If adjustments
are needed, position the firebrick by standing
up on end on the left and right sides of the
burn chamber.
ENERGY KING A40EK-D and 35EK-D
Boilers use 12 firebricks (6 on each side).
ENERGY KING 45EK-D Boilers use 14
firebricks (7 on each side).
4. Cast Iron Doors. Mount the fuel loading
door and ash removal door on the front of
the heating appliance and secure with the
enclosed door pins (4 included).
5. Control Box.
a. Remove the control box cover. See
Figure 3: Control Box for Forced Air Draft.
b. Mount the control box on the lower left
side of the heating appliance using the
screws provided.
Do not connect power to your ENERGY
KING Wood/Coal Boiler until the
installation is complete.
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Figure 3: Control Box for Forced Air Draft
Figure 4: Forced Air Draft Blower
6. Draft System.
a. Insert the conduit leading from your draft system
into the control box and tighten screw to secure.
b. Mount the pre-wired forced air draft blower to the
draft opening located next to the ash removal door
on the lower left front of the Boiler and secure
using the bolts found on the draft opening.
7. Pressure-Temperature Gauge. Insert the PressureTemperature Gauge into the right-front receptacle
located on top of the Boiler.
8. Pressure Relief Valve. Insert the Pressure Relief
Valve into either the left-middle or right-middle
receptacle located on the top of the boiler. The
Pressure Relief Valve must be plumbed with a
discharge tube that empties into a floor drain. See
Plumbing for further instructions.
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9. Aquastat-Immersion Control.
a. Remove the cover of the prewired
Aquastat-Immersion Control to adjust the
High and Low temperature limits.
Figure 7: Aquastat-Immersion Control,
Mounted
i. High Limit. Set the High Limit pointer to
the temperature at which contacts are
to open to prevent the boiler from
overheating. Normal setting for the High
Limit is 185º. Always set the high limit
20º or more above the low limit.
ii. Low Limit. Set the Low Limit pointer to
the lowest water temperature you would
like the boiler to maintain. Normal
setting is 160º. Always set the high limit
20º or more above the low limit.
Figure 5: Aquastat-Immersion Control
Blue
Black
b. Insert the probe well into the left-front
receptacle located on the top of the Boiler
and tighten to secure.
Figure 6: Probe Well
c. Squeeze the entire tube of heatconductive grease (included) into the
probe well, and then insert the AquastatImmersion Control probe into the probe
well, and secure.
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10. 4″ Domestic Hot Water Coil (Optional).
a. Unscrew & remove the 4″ plug located at
the upper left on the back of the ENERGY
KING Wood/Coal Boiler model 35EK-D or
45EK-D.
b. Apply pipe joint compound (not included) to
the threads of the 4″ domestic hot water
coil.
c. Insert the 4″ domestic hot water coil into
the opening at the upper left on the back of
the ENERGY KING Wood/Coal Boiler and
turn clockwise until tightened.
d. Connect your domestic water supply
according to the coil manufacturer’s
instructions.
11. 24-V Wall Thermostat. Locate the 24-V Wall
Thermostat provided with your ENERGY
KING heating appliance in the living area of
the home and install according to the
thermostat manufacturer’s installation
instructions (Supplement B).
12. Wiring. Do not connect power to your
ENERGY KING Wood/Coal Boiler until the
installation is complete. Once you’ve
completed the installation of your ENERGY
KING Wood/Coal Boiler, you may connect
your 110V power supply in to the left side of
the control box. Please see Appendix A:
Wiring Diagram.
Risk of electric shock.
Disconnect power at the service
panel or breaker box before servicing
ENERGY KING Wood/Coal Boiler.
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Combustion Air Requirements
Failure to provide adequate combustion air can
lead to increased carbon monoxide production
and increased emissions of combustion gases
into the building, which may cause death or
serious injury.
The ENERGY KING Wood/Coal Boiler must have a minimum supply
of 70 cubic feet of air per minute.
All fuel-burning appliances must have air (oxygen) for proper combustion. The incomplete
combustion that takes place when a solid-fuel appliance is “air-starved” causes carbon monoxide
(CO) production in quantities that can be dangerous inside a building. Combustion air from outside
may need to be brought in to prevent “air starvation”. Although an outside air source is strongly
recommended for all installations, it may be necessary if:
• The heating appliance does not draw steadily, smells, experiences smoke rollout, burns poorly, or backdrafts, whether or not there is combustion present.
• Any of the above symptoms are alleviated by opening a window slightly on a
calm day.
• The house is equipped with a well-sealed vapor barrier and tight fitting windows
and/or has any powered devices which exhaust house air, such as clothes
dryers.
• A ventilation system is installed in the house.
Consult a qualified boiler installer to analyze whether the air supply in your installation environment
is adequate.
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Venting System
• Failure to provide correct chimney venting can lead to increased
carbon monoxide production and increased emissions of
combustion gases into the building, which may cause death or
serious injury.
• Do not connect the ENERGY KING heating appliance to any
chimney flue serving any other appliance.
• Risk of Fire: Inspect and clean flues and chimney regularly.
• Risk of Fire: Do not operate with the flue draft exceeding .06″
(14.95 Pa) water column.
Consult a qualified boiler installer, your local building inspector and your fire
officials to make sure the chimney and all connections conform to all local, state and
national codes and regulations.
Your venting system is an extremely important
part of any solid-fuel heating appliance
installation and has two key functions:
1. To exhaust smoke and flue gases which
are the natural result of combustion.
2. To provide “draft.” The draft, along with
your combustion blower, provides a
continuous supply of fresh air for proper
combustion.
A chimney connector and chimney make up the
venting system and must be properly installed
and maintained to protect against a fire.
Consult a chimney and venting specialist.
The ENERGY KING Wood/Coal Boiler requires
installation into a lined masonry chimney or an
8-inch listed UL103 type HT all-fuel factory-built
chimney. Minimum 24 gauge black steel
chimney connector is required. An existing
chimney must be cleaned and inspected to be
sure it is clean and free from defect or damage.
All connections must comply with NFPA
Standard 211 and all applicable building codes
and regulations.
When installing a factory-built chimney, follow
all installation instructions provided by the
chimney manufacturer.
For best performance, RJM Manufacturing, Inc.
recommends using insulated chimney rather
than triple wall or air cooled chimney.
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Important venting installation clearances and
points for proper operation and safety:
• The connection from the ENERGY KING
Wood/Coal Boiler to the chimney must be
made using 8″ black steel material with a
minimum 24 gauge. Do not use galvanized
steel. See Chimney Connector.
• A minimum distance of 18 inches must be
maintained between the chimney connector
and combustible ceiling surfaces.
• A minimum of 18 inches must be maintained
between the chimney connector and the
backwall, and 20 inches between the
connector and sidewalls.
• Secure all connector pipe joints with at least
three sheet metal screws.
• Avoid using more than two elbows in
connecting the heating appliance to the
chimney.
• Any horizontal runs of connector pipe should
have a minimum rise of 1/2-inch per linear
foot. Use extra support hangers or brackets
every three feet if it is absolutely necessary
to have a run of more than six feet, which is
not recommended.
• The chimney must be at least 3 feet higher
than the highest point where it passes
through the roof, and at least 2 feet higher
than the highest part of the roof or structure
that is within 10 feet of the chimney,
measured horizontally. Please refer to Figure
8: Venting Requirements. For best
performance, RJM Manufacturing, Inc.
recommends a chimney height of at least 12
feet.
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Figure 8: Venting Requirements
The Chimney must be at least 3 feet higher than the highest point where it passes through the roof,
and at least 2 feet higher than the highest part of the roof or structure that is within 10 feet of the
chimney, measured horizontally. For best performance, RJM Manufacturing, Inc. recommends a
chimney height of at least 12 feet.
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Masonry Chimney
When connecting to an existing masonry chimney, an approved liner must be used in the chimney.
An unlined chimney could remain cold and cause a downward pressure which creates the
environment for poor burning, incomplete combustion, or backdraft.
Chimney Connector
The connection from the ENERGY KING Wood/Coal Boiler to the
chimney must be made using 8″ black steel material with a
minimum 24 gauge. Do not use galvanized steel.
For proper operation, the chimney connector should be as short
as possible. Horizontal lengths of chimney connector should
have an upward slope of 1/2-inch per foot. Use extra support
hangers or brackets every three feet if it is absolutely necessary
to have a run of more than six feet, which is not recommended.
Chimney connector sections must be attached to the heating
appliance and to each other with the crimped end toward the
heating appliance. Secure all chimney connector pipe joints with
at least three sheet metal screws. Avoid using more than two
elbows in connecting the ENERGY KING Wood/Coal Boiler to
the chimney.
Never use chimney connector pipe as a chimney.
Figure 9: Chimney Connector
Section
A minimum distance of 18 inches must be maintained between
the chimney connector and combustible ceiling surfaces.
A minimum of 18 inches must be maintained between the chimney connector and the backwall and
a minimum of 20 inches must be maintained between the chimney connector and sidewalls.
DO NOT PASS CHIMNEY CONNECTOR THROUGH A COMBUSTIBLE WALL OR CEILING.
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Barometric Draft Control
Risk of Fire: Do not operate with the flue draft
exceeding .06″ (14.95 Pa) water column.
Proper draft must be provided for your
ENERGY KING Wood/Coal Boiler. Draft is the
force that moves air from the boiler up through
the chimney. Draft is measured in inches of
water column.
The amount of draft in your chimney depends
on the length of the chimney, local geography,
nearby obstructions and other factors. Too
much draft may cause the fire to burn too fast,
while inadequate draft may cause smoke to
back up into the ENERGY KING heating
appliance, creating a possible hazard.
A barometric draft control must be installed into
the chimney connector. Please refer to Figure
8: Venting Requirements and Figure 10:
Barometric Draft Control.
Barometric draft controllers limit the draft (the
suction pulling air into the solid-fuel heating
appliance burn chamber). A pivoted,
counterbalanced flap is pulled open by the draft
when the draft reaches a critical amount. This
permits air to enter the chimney, thus
preventing the draft in the heating appliance
from rising any higher.
After installation of the ENERGY KING
Wood/Coal Boiler is complete and a fire has
been built, the chimney draft should be
established and maintained from .04″ to .06″
water column of draft. If this setting is
exceeded, it could cause a solid fuel fire to
burn out of control.
With no draft in the
chimney, the barometric
draft control remains
closed, allowing no air
to enter.
Moderate draft in
the chimney will
pull the
barometric draft
control open just
enough to
maintain the
appropriate draft
for your heating
appliance.
Excessive draft in
the chimney will
pull the
barometric draft
control further
open, allowing
more air into the
chimney and
reducing the draft.
Figure 10: Barometric Draft Control
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Installation
Plumbing
ENERGY KING A40EK-D Wood/Coal Boilers
are equipped with:
• One 2″ hot water outlet, located at the top
of the Boiler
• One 1-1/2″ cold water inlet, located on the
rear of the Boiler.
ENERGY KING 35EK-D/45EK-D Wood/Coal
Boilers are equipped with:
• One 2″ hot water outlet, located at the top
of the Boiler
• Two 1-1/4″ cold water inlets, located on
the rear of the Boiler.
Important points for proper plumbing:
• Use pipe of no less than 1″ diameter for both
the hot water outlet and the cold water inlets.
• When plumbing into your existing heating
system, RJM Manufacturing, Inc.
recommends installing a series of three gate
valves.
o When the ENERGY KING Wood/Coal
Boiler is in use, Valves #1 and #2 are open
and Valve #3 is closed.
o To isolate your ENERGY KING Wood/Coal
Boiler from the heating system when not in
use, close Valves #1 and #2 and open
Valve #3.
o Always remember to open Gate Valve #1
and #2 and close #3 when activating your
ENERGY KING Wood/Coal Boiler again.
Please refer to Appendix B for examples of
basic plumbing configurations.
Auto-Fill
In order for a pressurized hot water heating
system, such as the ENERGY KING
Wood/Coal Boiler, to function safely and
efficiently, it must be filled with water at all times
and must maintain a fairly constant pressure.
An auto-fill valve may be used for this purpose.
If you include an auto-fill valve in your
installation, be sure to choose one that is preset
for 12 to 15 PSI.
Note: If your system includes an auto-fill
feature, it will be more difficult to recognize
leaks because the auto-fill will constantly make
up lost water. It will also be difficult to
recognize if your boiler has overheated and
triggered the Pressure Relief Valve. Always be
sure to monitor your system for signs of leaks
or overheating.
Pressure Relief Valve
The Pressure Relief Valve must be plumbed
with a discharge tube that empties into a floor
drain.
Once installation is complete and you’ve filled
the boiler with water, verify the Pressure Relief
Valve’s proper functioning by manually opening
the valve and releasing water into the floor
drain. If no water flows, do not operate the
Boiler until a new Pressure Relief Valve is
installed.
Expansion Tank
All ENERGY KING Wood/Coal Boiler
installations must include an expansion tank to
allow water to expand or contract without
adversely affecting the system pressure.
The Pressure Relieve Valve will automatically
release water when the water pressure reaches
30 PSI. Be sure to monitor the water level in
your ENERGY KING Wood/Coal Boiler, and
refill when necessary. If your heating system
has an auto-fill feature, be sure the auto-fill
does not raise the water pressure above 15
PSI.
Expansion tanks must be properly sized to
accommodate the water capacity of the
ENERGY KING Wood/Coal Boiler. When
installing the ENERGY KING Wood/Coal Boiler
as an add-on to an existing system, you need
not add a second expansion tank provided the
existing expansion tank can accommodate the
volume of both the ENERGY KING Wood/Coal
Boiler and the existing boiler. Consult your
plumber to verify your expansion tank is
properly sized.
Temperature Relief Valve
In certain jurisdictions, a Temperature Relief
Valve may be required in addition to the
Pressure Relief Valve. For this reason,
ENERGY KING A40EK-D Wood/Coal Boilers
are equipped with a fourth receptacle, located
on the top of the Boiler. Consult your local
ENERGY KING dealer or plumber for possible
sources of Temperature Relief Valves
acceptable for use with your ENERGY KING
Wood/Coal Boiler.
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Zones
A “heat dump” zone is required for all
installations. The purpose of this zone is to
circulate heated water away from the boiler
when no other zones are calling for heat. In
this way it will prevent your ENERGY KING
Wood/Coal Boiler from overheating. However,
as a safety feature, if your Boiler should
overheat or build up excess pressure, it will
trigger the pressure relief valve which will
release water, thus relieving pressure.
In-floor Heating
To use the ENERGY KING Wood/Coal Boiler
with in-floor heating, a mixing valve may be
required to lower the water temperature before
it is delivered to your in-floor heating system.
RJM Manufacturing, Inc. recommends installing
a normally open zone valve and a strap-on
(non-immersion, surface mounted) aquastat
(not included) as part of every dump zone valve
installation. Consult your local ENERGY KING
dealer or plumber for possible sources of
appropriate valves and strap-on aquastats
acceptable for use with your ENERGY KING
Wood/Coal Boiler.
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Operation
General Instructions
Risk of Fire:
● Do not operate with flue draft exceeding .06″ (14.95 Pa) of
water column.
● Do not operate with fuel loading or ash removal doors open.
● Do not store fuel or other combustible material within marked
installation clearances
● Inspect and clean flues and chimney regularly.
CAUTION – Hot Surfaces: Keep children away!
Do not touch Boiler during operation.
Please read this manual in its entirety prior to the first firing of your ENERGY KING Wood/Coal
Boiler. It is very important that you follow these suggestions and limitations in order to maintain your
warranty and to guarantee the long life of your ENERGY KING Wood/Coal Boiler.
The ENERGY KING Wood/Coal Boiler is
designed to burn for about 6 to 8 hours per load
of wood or coal. If the ENERGY KING heating
appliance is being fired hot constantly with full
flames and operating at only a 2 to 4 hour burn
cycle, it is being overfired. Your home heating
needs may be too great for the size of heating
appliance you have purchased. Forced firing or
abuse can be detected upon inspection and
will void your warranty.
Keep the Boiler and pipes in the heating system
filled with water at all times to reduce the
possibility of rust and corrosion. Never fire a
boiler that is low on water. The heating surface
can be damaged if the water level is too low.
Always add water to a boiler gradually. Never
add water to a hot appliance.
For greatest efficiency, you may sometimes
need to allow your existing conventional heating
system to assist your ENERGY KING
Wood/Coal Boiler in the coldest weather.
During the warmer seasons of spring and fall,
you should control the heat output by limiting
the amount of fuel, rather than the air supply.
Shorter, hotter fires will allow your ENERGY
KING Wood/Coal Boiler to operate at maximum
efficiency and with minimum emissions.
Gate Valves
When plumbing into your existing heating
system, RJM Manufacturing, Inc. recommends
installing a series of three gate valves. The
three gate valves are to be used in the event
you do not use your Energy King Wood/Coal
Boiler for an extended period (one or more
weeks).
• When the ENERGY KING Wood/Coal
Boiler is in use, Valves #1 and #2 are open
and Valve #3 is closed.
• To isolate your ENERGY KING Wood/Coal
Boiler from the heating system when not in
use, close Gate Valves #1 and #2, and
open Valve #3.
• Always remember to open Gate Valves #1
and #2, and close #3 when activating your
ENERGY KING Wood/Coal Boiler again.
Gate
Valve 1
Gate
Valve 2
Gate
Valve 3
Normal
Usage
Open
Open
Closed
Extended
Non-use
Closed
Closed
Open
For best combustion efficiency, chimney
temperature should be 350-degrees F to
450-degrees F. RJM Manufacturing, Inc.
recommends installing a magnetic chimney
thermometer to monitor chimney temperature.
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Operation
First Fire
Before lighting your first fire, inspect your
ENERGY KING Wood/Coal Boiler to ensure
that it has been properly installed and that all
safety requirements have been met. During
your inspection, pay particular attention to the
clearances to combustibles, venting, and
thermostat installation instructions.
Verify the Pressure Relief Valve’s proper
functioning by manually opening the valve and
releasing water into the floor drain. If no water
flows, do not operate the Boiler until a new
Pressure Relief Valve is installed.
Next, make sure that the burn chamber is clear
of all objects.
Do not fully load your ENERGY KING
Wood/Coal Boiler until you become familiar with
the operation of your ENERGY KING
Wood/Coal Boiler.
Some odors may be given off a new ENERGY
KING Wood/Coal Boiler during the initial few
hours of burning while the steel and the paint
are being cured. Ventilating the room until the
odors disappear is recommended.
Check to make sure that your combustion
blower is in proper working order. You can
check the forced draft blower by turning the wall
thermostat supplied with your ENERGY KING
heating appliance to a high temperature. If your
forced draft blower turns on, you may set the
wall thermostat to the desired setting.
Typical Operation Cycle
After a fire has been established and the operating temperature has been reached, only the wall
thermostat needs to be set to maintain the desired temperature. Your draft system is controlled
primarily by the wall thermostat; therefore it is crucial to ensure proper placement and installation of
the wall thermostat.
• When your home cools, the wall thermostat
located in the living area of the home
activates the combustion blower, forcing
combustion air into your burn chamber.
• When the thermostat is satisfied, it will
deactivate your forced draft control system,
allowing the fire to cool until the next time
your thermostat calls for heat.
• As the fire burns hotter, the temperature of
your heating water increases and activates
your circulation system to deliver heat to your
home.
Your ENERGY KING Wood/Coal Boiler can run efficiently over extended periods of time and at
different heat output levels as long as the fuel supply is uninterrupted and cleaning and
maintenance are performed routinely.
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Operation
Overfire
Do not overfire. Using too much wood or coal,
burning trash in the Boiler, or operating with a
flue draft that exceeds .06 inches water
column, may result in overfiring—a dangerous
condition which could produce excessive heat
and pressure within the ENERGY KING
Wood/Coal Boiler, or could ignite creosote
within the chimney or Boiler. Forced firing or
abuse can be detected upon inspection and will
void your warranty.
As a safety feature, if your Boiler should
overheat, it will trigger the pressure relief valve
and release water to relieve pressure. If this
should occur, allow the Boiler to cool
completely before refilling. Never fire a boiler
that is low on water. Never add water to a hot
boiler.
Power Failure Instructions
Do not operate the ENERGY KING
Wood/Coal Boiler during a power failure.
If operated during a power failure, your ENERGY KING Wood/Coal Boiler could overheat, creating
a possible hazard and may result in property damage or bodily injury. Do not operate the ENERGY
KING Wood/Coal Boiler during a power failure - this can be dangerous and will void your warranty.
After power is restored, verify that there is power to the ENERGY KING Wood/Coal Boiler, and
restart using the procedures described in Starting a Fire.
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Operation
BURN AIR-DRIED WOOD, OR ANTHRACITE OR BITUMINOUS COAL ONLY
Burning Wood
All home chimneys and hookups are different. After a few fires, you will find the best way to start a
fire in your ENERGY KING Wood/Coal Boiler.
Your ENERGY KING Wood/Coal Boiler is capable of holding very large logs. Do not try to add a
log that is larger than what you can easily place in the ENERGY KING Wood/Coal Boiler. You will
get the best efficiency when you add only the amount of wood needed for a 6 to 8 hour burn. Note:
A full load is not always the best solution for your needs.
Starting a Wood Fire
1. Pull the sliding smoke baffle (located above
the fuel loading door) out to open.
Refueling
To refuel your ENERGY KING Wood/Coal
Boiler:
2. Place a small amount of crumpled paper in
the center of your ENERGY KING
Wood/Coal Boiler. Crisscross a couple of
handfuls of dry, 3/4″ thick kindling wood,
then several small pieces of firewood.
1. Pull the sliding smoke baffle out.
Be sure the sliding smoke baffle
is fully open.
3. It will take 5 to 10 minutes for the fire to
establish itself. Once you have some redhot burning embers, add larger pieces of
wood.
a. Vary the position of the wood in the burn
chamber to maximize the exposed
surface area of each piece of wood.
b. Only use wood properly sized for your
unit’s burn chamber.
2. Open the fuel loading door slowly: open the
door about 1″-2″ then wait about 10
seconds before opening fully. Never stand
in front of the fuel loading door when
refueling; always stand to the side.
3. Rake the red-hot embers over the grates
evenly.
4. Put a few smaller pieces of wood on the
coals first, and then load the Boiler with
larger pieces of wood.
5. Close the fuel loading door and sliding
smoke baffle.
Never overload your burn
chamber. Do not load wood
more than 8 inches above the
top of the firebrick.
4. Push in the sliding smoke baffle after
loading your ENERGY KING Wood/Coal
Boiler and the fire has been established.
5. The burn time is controlled by the 24-V
Wall Thermostat and the forced air draft
controls on the Boiler.
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Operation
BURN AIR-DRIED WOOD, OR ANTHRACITE OR BITUMINOUS COAL ONLY
All home chimneys and hookups are different. After a few fires, you will find the best way to start a
fire in your ENERGY KING Wood/Coal Boiler.
You will get the best efficiency when you add only the amount of coal needed for a 6 to 8 hour burn.
A full load is not always the best solution for your needs.
Burning Coal
Burning coal will provide a lesson in patience.
Take the time necessary to experiment and
understand the operation of your ENERGY
KING Wood/Coal Boiler.
Please keep the following points in mind
when burning coal:
1. A Barometric draft control in the chimney
connector must be used when burning
coal.
2. Never completely cover the live fire with
fresh coal. Always leave a generous area
of burning coal at the top and rear of the
fire.
3. Always keep the ash pan clean. Coal firing
produces much more ash than wood.
These ashes must be removed often
(possible daily) in order to avoid piling up
too closely to the grates.
Removal of the coal ash will allow for
passage of primary air to the coal bed and
prevent damage or warpage to the grates.
4. A coal fire should not be poked or broken
up, as this tends to bring ash to the surface
of the coal bed where it may fuse. If the
ash fuses, clinkers will form. It may be
necessary to remove all unburned material
and ash from the burn chamber to remove
the clinkers. These should be carefully
removed using tongs, and always put into
an airtight metal container.
5. If the fire goes out or does not hold
overnight, check for the following:
a. Poor Draft
b. Incorrect damper settings.
c. Improper firing methods for the coal
being used.
d. Coal is not sized to the boiler (see Fuel
Requirements – Coal).
e. Ashes, if allowed to accumulate in the
ash pan, will not allow the passage of
required air for combustion. Keep the
ash pan clean.
Dispose of ashes with care:
Ashes should be placed in a metal
container with a tight fitting metal lid.
The closed container of ashes should
be placed on a noncombustible floor
or on the ground, well away from all
combustible materials, pending final
disposal.
All coal contains small amounts of
dangerous elements. Therefore it is
essential that your coal ash be
disposed of in municipally designated
areas.
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Operation
Starting a Coal Fire
1. Pull the sliding smoke baffle (located above
the fuel loading door) out to open.
Refueling / Recharging
To refuel/recharge the anthracite coal fire in
your ENERGY KING Wood/Coal Boiler:
2. Place a small amount of crumpled paper in
the center of your ENERGY KING
Wood/Coal Boiler. Crisscross a couple of
handfuls of dry, 3/4″ thick kindling wood,
then several small pieces of firewood. Wait
until the wood fire is established with hot, red
embers before adding coal.
1. Pull the sliding smoke baffle out.
Be sure the sliding smoke baffle
is fully open.
3. It will take 5 to 10 minutes for the wood fire
to establish itself. Once you have some redhot burning embers, add several small
shovels of coal over the wood coals until you
have a 2″-3″ bed of burning coals. Be sure to
give each small layer about 5-10 minutes to
ignite before covering it with the next layer of
coal.
4. After the coal fire is established and spread
throughout the burn chamber, gently shake
the grate until ashes fall in the ash removal
pan. Add larger amounts of coal to build up
the coal bed.
2. Gently shake the grates down
3. Open the fuel loading door slowly: open the
door about 1″-2″ then wait about 15 to 20
seconds before opening fully.
When recharging, fresh coal tends
to give off large quantities of
volatile gas which may accumulate
and possibly ignite, causing a
backpuff. Always open the fuel
loading door slowly to prevent
backpuffing.
Never stand in front of the fuel
loading door when refueling;
always stand to the side.
4. If the coal fire has died down before
recharging, a fresh supply of kindling will
need to be added. Only add fresh coal to a
deep, hot bed of coals.
Never overload your burn
chamber. Do not load coal above
the top of the firebrick.
5. Spread fresh coal evenly over existing coal,
leaving some hot coals exposed in the
center of the burn chamber. Be careful not to
smother your existing coals.
5. Push in the sliding smoke baffle after loading
your ENERGY KING Wood/Coal Boiler and
your fire is established.
Never overload your burn
chamber. Do not load coal above
the top of the firebrick.
6. The burn time is controlled by the 24-V Wall
Thermostat and the forced air draft controls
on the Boiler. Allow your ENERGY KING
Wood/Coal Boiler to operate with draft
controls fully open for approximately 15
minutes or until the fresh coal ignites. When
the coal is properly ignited, adjust the
thermostat accordingly.
6. Close the fuel loading door and sliding
smoke baffle.
Check the fire periodically to make sure it is
spreading throughout the coal bed.
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Operation
Bituminous Recharging
Because bituminous coal has higher sulfur
content, bituminous recharging is slightly
different from anthracite recharging.
Banking
Banking allows you to recharge your coal fire in
such a manner as to retain a hot coal bed
throughout the night.
To refuel/recharge the bituminous coal fire in
your ENERGY KING Wood/Coal Boiler:
1. Pull the sliding smoke baffle out.
Approximately one hour before retiring for the
night, push the coals to the rear of the burn
chamber with the coal tapered down in the
front.
2. Gently shake the grates down
Be careful not to smother your existing coals.
3. Open the fuel loading door slowly: open the
door about 1″-2″ then wait about 15 to 20
seconds before opening fully.
Never overload your burn
chamber. Do not load coal above
the top of the firebrick.
When recharging, fresh coal tends
to give off large quantities of
volatile gas which may accumulate
and possibly ignite, causing a
backpuff. Always open the fuel
loading door slowly to prevent
backpuffing.
Never stand in front of the fuel
loading door when refueling;
always stand to the side.
4. If the coal fire has died down before
recharging, a fresh supply of kindling will
need to be added. Only add fresh coal to a
deep, hot bed of coals.
5. Push the hot coals to the rear of the burn
chamber and position fresh coal on the grate
in front of the banked coal. Be careful not to
smother your existing coals.
Never overload your burn
chamber. Do not load coal above
the top of the firebrick.
6. Close the fuel loading door and sliding
smoke baffle.
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Maintenance
Periodic maintenance is required to continue the performance of your ENERGY KING Wood/Coal
Boiler. As with any solid-fuel heating appliance, the need for and frequency of cleaning depends on
the amount and quality of fuel burned, the quality of the fire, and the length of time since the last
cleaning. Weekly cleaning may be required in warmer weather, whereas monthly cleaning may be
enough in colder weather.
Before the first fire of each new heating season, check all installations and accessories to ensure a
safe burning process.
Risk of electric shock. Disconnect power at the service
panel or breaker box before servicing ENERGY KING
Wood/Coal Boiler.
Keep the area around the ENERGY KING Wood/Coal
Boiler clean and free of dust and debris.
Creosote – Formation and Need for
Removal
When wood is burned slowly, it produces tar
and other organic vapors, which combine with
expelled moisture to form creosote. The
creosote vapors condense in the relatively cool
chimney flue of a slow-burning fire. As a result,
creosote residue accumulates on the flue
lining. When ignited, this creosote makes an
extremely hot fire, the results of which can be
tragic.
Check daily for creosote build up until
experience shows how often cleaning is
necessary. The chimney connector and
chimney should be inspected at least twice
monthly during the heating season to
determine if a creosote buildup has occurred. If
creosote has accumulated, it should be
removed to reduce the risk of a chimney fire.
Be aware that the hotter the fire, the less
creosote is deposited, and that weekly cleaning
may be necessary in mild weather, even
though monthly cleaning may be enough in the
coldest months.
Have a clearly understood plan to handle a
chimney fire.
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Disposal of Ashes
Ashes should be placed in a metal container
with a tight fitting metal lid. The closed
container of ashes should be placed on a
noncombustible floor on the ground, well away
from all combustible materials, pending final
disposal.
If the ashes are disposed of by burial in soil or
otherwise locally dispersed, they should be
retained in the closed container until all ash
and cinders have thoroughly cooled. Do not
place any other waste materials in this
container.
All coal contains small amounts of dangerous
elements. Therefore it is essential that your
coal ash be disposed of in municipally
designated areas.
NOTE: EMBERS REMAIN HOT FOR
MANY DAYS. STORE IN A SAFE PLACE
AWAY FROM COMBUSTIBLES.
Never use a conventional vacuum cleaner or a
shop vacuum to remove ashes from a solid-fuel
heating appliance. Ashes remain hot for many
days, and when trapped in a conventional
vacuum can cause a fire hazard. Only use a
vacuum designed for the safe cleaning and
removal of ashes.
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Maintenance
Gasket Replacement
The cast iron fuel loading and ash removal doors of your ENERGY KING Wood/Coal Boiler are
equipped with gaskets to ensure safe operation and an airtight seal. When these gaskets become
worn or damaged, you will need to replace them.
To replace the gaskets you will need 3/4-inch, high temperature rope gasket, available from your
ENERGY KING dealer or hardware store.
1. Remove the door and lay it face down on a
clean, flat surface.
2. Find the ends of the gasket and pull it off.
3. Using a screwdriver, remove any excess
gasket cement from the gasket channel.
4. If desired, a small drop of gasket cement
may be applied to the corners of the gasket
channel.
5. Lay the new door gasket in the channel,
cutting off any excess gasket rope.
Figure 11: Door Gasket
6. Reattach the door. If gasket cement was
applied, keep the door closed until the
cement has fully dried.
Routine Maintenance
Please use the following timeline as a guide for determining how much maintenance your ENERGY
KING Wood/Coal Boiler requires to operate at peak performance. Failure to clean and maintain this
Boiler as indicated can result in poor performance and safety hazards.
Please use Appendix D: Purchase & Service Record to keep a record of your maintenance and
service practices. In the event of a warranty claim, we may request a copy of this record.
Inspect flue pipes, joints and seals regularly to ensure that
smoke and flue gases are not drawing into the home.
Daily
Every 2 – 3 Days / Weekly
Until a pattern of cleaning requirement is
established, inspect and, if necessary, clean the
following components daily:
• Fuel Supply, refilling as necessary.
• Water level, refilling as necessary.
• Flue Pipes, including joints and seals, should
be inspected to ensure that smoke and flue
gases are not drawn in and circulated by the
air-circulation system.
• The ash removal pan should be emptied and
cleaned regularly. Ash content is a good
indicator of fuel efficiency and quality. High
quality fuel will produce less ash and fewer
clinkers than lower quality fuel. Never allow
ash to build up to the level of the grates.
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Once a pattern of cleaning requirement is
established, the following components should
still be monitored on a regular basis:
• Burn chamber
• Ash removal pan
• Water Level
• Flue pipes, joints and seal
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Maintenance
Monthly
Annually
The water level on your ENERGY KING
Wood/Coal Boiler should be monitored on a
regular basis and refilled when necessary.
Seasonally / Every 3 Months / After
every 1 – 2 Tons of fuel burned
Until you are familiar with how ash and creosote
accumulate with your operating practices, we
recommend inspecting your ENERGY KING
Wood/Coal Boiler at least once per ton of fuel
burned. Particular attention should be given to:
• Draft Control system (blowers, etc.)
• Gaskets (Fuel Loading and Ash Removal
Doors)
• Water Level
• Fresh air intake
• Chimney
At least once each year:
• Verify the Pressure Relief Valve’s proper
functioning by manually opening the valve
and releasing water into the floor drain. If
no water flows, do not operate the Boiler
until a new Pressure Relief Valve is
installed.
• Inspect the Boiler and plumbing for leaks.
• Verify the proper operation of all pumps
and valves.
Spring Shutdown
Cleaning the flue pipe and chimney is especially important
at the end of the heating season to minimize corrosion
during the summer months caused by accumulated ash.
It is important to give the entire ENERGY KING Wood/Coal Boiler a thorough cleaning:
• Your venting system should be inspected
and cleaned annually. Clean and remove fly
ash from chimney connector, flue pipes and
chimney. Soot buildup should be removed to
prevent the risk of a chimney fire and to
minimize corrosion during the summer
months.
• Scoop out any unburned fuel from the burn
chamber, and empty and clean the burn
chamber and ash removal pan.
○ Do not allow fuel or ash to sit in the
ENERGY KING Wood/Coal Boiler over the
summer months. Fuel and ash can
accumulate moisture over the summer
months having a corrosive effect on metal
and cast iron parts, and causing the fuel to
mold.
Failure to clean and maintain this heating appliance as indicated can result in poor performance
and safety hazards.
Please use Appendix D: Purchase & Service Record to keep a record of your maintenance and
service practices. In the event of a warranty claim, we may request a copy of this record.
Remember: A clean appliance burns efficiently and will remain trouble free!
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Troubleshooting Guide
Risk of electric shock. Disconnect power at the service
panel or breaker box before servicing the ENERGY
KING Wood/Coal Boiler.
Many problems in the ENERGY KING Wood/Coal Boiler can be traced to a few commonplace
causes and are easily fixed. Before making any repairs or replacing any components, be sure to
check for these common problems:
Fuel
• Wet or Dirty fuel
Solution: Empty and clean the burn chamber. Refill using only high
quality, clean, dry fuel as outlined in Fuel Requirements.
Improper Draft
• Too little or too much draft
• Insufficient combustion air
Solution: Adjust the draft controls and observe until you determine
which settings are most appropriate for your usage. See Operation for
further information.
Ash buildup in the ash removal pan
Solution: Be sure to maintain your ENERGY KING Wood/Coal Boiler’s
cleanliness by emptying the ash removal pan regularly. See Maintenance
for further information.
We also recommend establishing a routine of inspecting gaskets and replacing when necessary.
Maintaining your ENERGY KING heating appliance’s cleanliness and adjusting the draft controls
will remedy many problems.
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Troubleshooting Guide
Detailed Troubleshooting
Once you have exhausted the above common problems, if you are still experiencing trouble with
your ENERGY KING Wood/Coal Boiler, you may wish to consult the following list of problems, or
consult with your ENERGY KING dealer for further assistance.
Problem(s)
Cause(s) / Solution(s)
Fire won’t start or starts but
won’t stay lit, or does not
hold out overnight
• Make sure all doors are closed tightly and all gaskets are in good
condition.
• Ashes, if allowed to accumulate in the ash removal pan, will block
the passage of combustion air. Verify that your ash removal pan
is clean. Never allow ashes to build up to the level of the grates.
• Your exhaust or combustion air systems may be blocked. Verify
all vents and pipes are free from obstruction and the draft controls
are operating correctly.
• Check your chimney for downdraft caused by taller surrounding
trees or buildings. The chimney may have to be extended or a
chimney vent cap installed. Please contact your ENERGY KING
dealer or heating contractor.
Fire is weak, lazy, or dirty,
or startup is slow or smoky
• Your exhaust or combustion air systems may be blocked. Verify
all vents and pipes are free from obstruction and the draft controls
are operating correctly.
• Your home may have a negative pressure. If your home is too
airtight, the ENERGY KING heating appliance cannot get enough
combustion air to burn properly. You may need to bring outside
air to the ENERGY KING heating appliance. Please contact your
ENERGY KING dealer or heating contractor.
• Check your chimney for downdraft caused by taller surrounding
trees or buildings. The chimney may have to be extended or a
chimney vent cap installed. Please contact your ENERGY KING
dealer or heating contractor.
Poor combustion or difficulty
maintaining a “pilot” fire
• Check the quality of your fuel. Refer to the Fuel Requirements
section.
• Your home may have a negative pressure. If your home is too
airtight, the ENERGY KING heating appliance cannot get enough
combustion air to burn properly. You may need to bring outside
air to the ENERGY KING heating appliance. Please contact your
ENERGY KING dealer or heating contractor.
Excessive Fire
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• The chimney draft may be excessive. Adjust the barometric
damper to maintain flue draft settings from 0.04″ to 0.06″ of water
column. Do not operate with a flue draft exceeding .06″ (14.95
Pa) water column.
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Troubleshooting Guide
Problem(s)
The ENERGY KING
heating appliance is
overheating or is burning
without regard to the
thermostat
Cause(s) / Solution(s)
• Your ENERGY KING heating appliance may have been installed
incorrectly. Please contact your ENERGY KING dealer or heating
contractor.
• The thermostat or thermostat wiring may be faulty. Please contact
your ENERGY KING dealer or heating contractor.
• Your “heat dump” zone may have been closed off. Verify that your
“heat dump” zone is open and all heat delivery systems are
operating correctly.
Excessive creosote
• During warmer weather, you may need to adjust your firing
practices. For maximum efficiency and minimum emissions, try
shorter, hotter fires rather than large, slow-burning fires.
• Your venting may be improperly installed. Verify that the
ENERGY KING heating appliance is vented according to the
instructions found in the Installation section. Please contact your
ENERGY KING dealer or heating contractor.
Smoke is visible or you
smell fumes in your home
• Make sure the fuel loading and ash removal doors are closed
tightly and all gaskets are in good condition.
• Your exhaust or combustion air systems may be blocked. Verify
all vents and pipes are free from obstruction and the draft controls
are operating correctly.
• Your venting may be improperly installed. If the ENERGY KING
heating appliance is smoking from vents or from the draft controls,
immediately shut down the ENERGY KING heating appliance,
ventilate the area, and contact your ENERGY KING dealer or
heating contractor.
Too much ash
• Check the quality of your fuel. Refer to the Fuel Requirements
section.
Ash, soot, or fuel dust in the
home
• Verify all doors are closed tightly and all gaskets are in good
condition.
• Always be sure to handle ashes and fuel with care and open
doors slowly.
• Be sure to check the exhaust system for leaks and repair as
necessary.
Partially burned or unburned
fuel in the combustion area
• More air for proper combustion may be needed. Verify that your
draft controls are working properly and that your exhaust and
combustion air systems are clean and free from obstruction.
The ENERGY KING
heating appliance burns too
much fuel, or the fuel burns
off too quickly
• The chimney draft may be excessive. Adjust the barometric
damper to maintain flue draft settings from 0.04″ to 0.06″ of water
column. Do not operate with a flue draft exceeding .06″ (14.95
Pa) water column.
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Troubleshooting Guide
Problem(s)
Cause(s) / Solution(s)
The ENERGY KING
heating appliance will not
heat the whole house or
doesn’t produce as much
heat as when first installed
• Verify that the venting and draft control systems are clean and
free from obstruction. Verify that all heat delivery systems are
operating correctly.
The water level is low
• Excessive pressure in your ENERGY KING Wood/Coal Boiler
may have triggered your Pressure Relief Valve. Allow the Boiler
to cool and refill as necessary. Never fire a boiler that is low on
water. Never add water to a hot boiler.
• If your heating system features auto-fill, verify that the auto-fill
does not raise the water pressure above 15 PSI, as this could
trigger the Pressure Relief Valve when the water temperature
rises.
• Check for leaks in your ENERGY KING Wood/Coal Boiler and in
your plumbing system.
The ENERGY KING
Wood/Coal Boiler requires
frequent refilling
• Your Pressure Relief Valve may be installed incorrectly, or may
be faulty. Please contact your ENERGY KING dealer or heating
contractor.
• Check for leaks in your ENERGY KING Wood/Coal Boiler and in
your plumbing system.
The ENERGY KING
heating appliance has
power but is not responding
• Check the power supply for adequate voltage. See the Installation
section for power supply requirements.
The user is shocked when
touching the ENERGY
KING heating appliance
• Your ENERGY KING heating appliance may not have been
properly grounded or may have loose wires or wiring components.
Disconnect power to the ENERGY KING heating appliance at the
breaker box or service panel and verify all connections. Please
contact your ENERGY KING dealer or heating contractor.
• Your ENERGY KING heating appliance, its electrical components,
and/or thermostat may have been installed incorrectly. Please
contact your ENERGY KING dealer or heating contractor.
• Your ENERGY KING heating appliance may have experienced a
power surge or power short. Please contact your ENERGY KING
dealer or heating contractor.
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Appendix A: Wiring Diagram
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Appendix B: Example Plumbing Diagram
When plumbing into your existing heating system,
RJM Manufacturing, Inc. recommends installing a
series of three gate valves. The three gate valves are
to be used in the event you do not use your ENERGY
KING Wood/Coal Boiler for an extended period (one or
more weeks).
When the ENERGY KING Wood/Coal Boiler is in use,
Valves #1 and #2 are open and Valve #3 is closed.
To isolate your ENERGY KING Wood/Coal Boiler from
the heating system when the ENERGY KING
Wood/Coal Boiler is not in use, close Valves #1 and #2
and open Valve #3.
Always remember to open Gate Valve #1
and #2 and close #3 when activating your
Energy King™ Wood/Coal Boiler again.
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Appendix C: Parts List
Electrical Components
Part Number
Part Description
4-ELE-24VTHERMOST
24-Volt Wall Thermostat
4-ELE-CTRLBXFD-B
Control Box Assy (also includes Ctrl Box, Mtg Hardware, & Terminal Bars)
• 4-ELE-24VRELAY
24 Volt Relay
• 4-ELE-24VTRANSFOR
24 Volt Transformer
4-DRA-FDTUBEASSY
Forced Draft Blower Assembly
• 4-MOT-60CFMBLOWER
60CFM Forced Draft Blower
• 4-MOT-60CFMROTARY
Rotary switch for 60CFM Forced Draft Blower
• 4-DRA-FORCEDTUBE
Forced Draft Mounting Tube
4-ELE-AQUASTAT
Aquastat-Immersion Control
• 4-PLB-PROBEWELL
Probe Well for Aquastat-Immersion Control
• 4-PLB-HEATCONDU
Heat-Conductive Grease
Draft System Components
Part Number
4-DRA-FD-BOX-BOIL
Part Description
Forced Draft Parts Box
• 4-DRA-FDTUBEASSY
Forced Draft Blower / Tube Assembly
• 4-ELE-CTRLBX-FD-B
Control Box Assembly
• 4-ELE-24VTHERMOST
24 Volt Wall Thermostat
• 4-ELE-AQUASTAT
Aquastat-Immersion Control
• 4-PLB-PROBEWELL
Probe Well for Aquastat-Immersion Control
• 4-PLB-HEATCONDU
Heat-Conductive Grease
• 4-ELE-PRESSTEMPGA
Pressure Temperature Gauge
• 4-ELE-PRESSRELIEF
Pressure Relief Valve
Plumbing Components
Part Number
Part Description
4-CAS-PLUG-TEMPRLF
Plug for Temperature Relief receptacle
4-ELE-AQUASTAT
Aquastat-Immersion Control
• 4-PLB-PROBEWELL
Probe Well for Aquastat-Immersion Control
• 4-PLB-HEATCONDU
Heat-Conductive Grease (tube)
4-ELE-PRESSRELIEF
Pressure Relief Valve
4-ELE-PRESSTEMPGA
Pressure Temperature Gauge
4-HOT-COIL
4” Hot Water Coil, Copper (optional) (models 35EK-D/45EK-D only)
• 4-CAS-PLUG-COIL
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4″ Square-Head Plug for Domestic Hot Water Coil receptacle (models
35EK-D/45EK-D only)
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Appendix C: Parts List
Cast Components
Part Number
Part Description
4-CAS-CASTPLATE
Cast Iron Hearth Plate, 2 required
4-CAS-DRAFTDIAL
Cast Iron Draft Dial, located on Ash Removal Door
4-CAS-PLUG-COIL
4″ Square-Head Plug for Domestic Hot Water Coil receptacle (models
35EK-D/45EK-D only)
4-CAS-PLUG-TEMPRLF
Plug for Temperature Relief receptacle
4-CAS-SHGR35SET
Optional Shaker Grates Assembly (35EK-D & A40EK-D)
• 4-CAS-LINKAGEBAR
Linkage Bar for Optional Shaker Grates
• 4-CAS-LINKAGEYOKE
Linkage Yoke for Optional Shaker Grates
• 4-CAS-SHGRBARFURN
Shaker Grate Bars for Optional Shaker Grates (5 required)
• 4-CAS-SHFRAME480
Shaker Grate Frame for Optional Shaker Grates (2 required)
• 4-CAS-SHGRHNDL
Shaker Grate Handle for Optional Shaker Grates
• 4-HAN-1/2CHROME
1/2″ Chrome Spring Handle with Hardware
4-CAS-SHGR45SET
Optional Shaker Grates Assembly (45EK-D)
• 4-CAS-LINKAGEBAR
Linkage Bar for Optional Shaker Grates
• 4-CAS-LINKAGEYOKE
Linkage Yoke for Optional Shaker Grates
• 4-CAS-SHGRBARFURN
Shaker Grate Bars for Optional Shaker Grates (6 required)
• 4-CAS-SHFRAME480
Shaker Grate Frame for Optional Shaker Grates (2 required)
• 4-CAS-SPACERGR45
Spacer Grate for 45EK-D
• 4-CAS-SHGRHNDL
Shaker Grate Handle for Optional Shaker Grates
• 4-HAN-1/2CHROME
1/2″ Chrome Spring Handle with Hardware
4-CAS-WDGR35SET
• 4-CAS-WDGR480
4-CAS-WDGR45SET
Stationary (Wood) Grates Assembly (35EK-D & A40EK-D)
Cast Iron Stationary (Wood) Grate (2 required)
Stationary (Wood) Grates Assembly (35EK-D & A40EK-D)
• 4-CAS-WDGR480
Cast Iron Stationary (Wood) Grate (2 required)
• 4-CAS-SPACERGR45
Spacer Grate for 45EK-D
4-DOR-ASHDOORASSY
Cast Iron Ash Removal Door Assembly
• 4-DOR-ASHDOOR
Cast Iron Ash Removal Door
• 4-CAS-DRAFTDIAL
Cast Iron Draft Spin Dial with Hardware
• 4-GAS-DOOR
3/4″ Rope Gasket
• 4-GAS-GSKTGLUE2OZ
Gasket Cement (glue), 2 oz. Bottle (optional, not included)
• 4-HAN-ASHDOOR-F/B
Ash Door Handle
• 4-HAN-1/2CHROME
1/2″ Chrome Spring Handle
• 4-HAR-DOORPIN
Door Pins (2 per door)
• 4-HAR-HANDLE-F/B
Door Handle Hardware
4-DOR-FEEDDOORASSY
Cast Iron Fuel Loading Door Assembly
• 4-DOR-FEEDDOOR
Cast Iron Fuel Loading Door
• 4-GAS-DOOR
3/4″ Rope Gasket
• 4-GAS-GSKTGLUE2OZ
Gasket Cement (glue), 2 oz. Bottle (optional, not included)
• 4-HAN-ASHDOOR-F/B
Fuel Loading Door Handle
• 4-HAN-5/8CHROME
5/8″ Chrome Spring Handle
• 4-HAR-DOORPIN
Door Pins (2 per door)
• 4-HAR-HANDLE-F/B
Door Handle Hardware
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Appendix C: Parts List
Boiler Components
Part Number
4-CAB-35-COMP
Part Description
35EK-D Cabinet (Shroud) Assembly
• 4-CAB-35-LT
35EK-D Cabinet Panel (Shroud), Left Side
• 4-CAB-35-RT
35EK-D Cabinet Panel (Shroud), Right Side
• 4-CAB-35-TOP
4-CAB-45-COMP
35EK-D Cabinet Panel (Shroud), Top Side
45EK-D Cabinet (Shroud) Assembly
• 4-CAB-45-LT
45EK-D Cabinet Panel (Shroud), Left Side
• 4-CAB-45-RT
45EK-D Cabinet Panel (Shroud), Right Side
• 4-CAB-45-TOP
45EK-D Cabinet Panel (Shroud), Top Side
4-CAB-A40-COMP
A40EK-D Cabinet (Shroud) Assembly
• 4-CAB-A40-LT
A40EK-D Cabinet Panel (Shroud), Left Side
• 4-CAB-A40-RT
A40EK-D Cabinet Panel (Shroud), Right Side
• 4-CAB-A40-TOP
A40EK-D Cabinet Panel (Shroud), Top Side
4-FIR-1-/4
Firebrick, 9″ x 4-1/2″ x 1-1/4″
4-GAS-DOOR
3/4″ Rope Gasket (for Fuel Loading and Ash Removal Doors)
4-GAS-GSKTGLUE2OZ
Gasket Cement (glue) for 3/4″ Rope Gasket (Optional)
4-HAN-1/2CHROME
1/2″ Chrome Spring Handle (for Ash Removal Door, Sliding Smoke
Baffle, and Optional Shaker Grates Handles)
4-HAN-5/8CHROME
5/8″ Chrome Spring Handle (for Fuel Loading Door Handle)
4-HAR-DOORPIN
Door Pins, 4 Required (2 per door)
• 35EK-D requires 12 (6 per side)
• 45EK-D requires 14 (7 per side)
• A40EK-D requires 12 (6 per side)
4-HAR-HANDLE-F/B
Door Handle Hardware (for Fuel Loading and Ash Removal Doors)
4-INS-35EK-D
Insulation Blanket for 35EK-D
4-INS-45EK-D
Insulation Blanket for 45EK-D
4-INS-A40EK-D
Insulation Blanket for A40EK-D
4-MISC-35SMOKBFL
35EK-D Sliding Smoke Baffle Assembly
• 4-MISC-35SLDGBFL
Sliding Smoke Baffle for 35EK-D
• 4-MISC-35SLDRROD
Smoke Baffle Slider Control Rod for 35EK-D
• 4-HAN-1/2CHROME
1/2″ Chrome Spring Handle & Hardware
4-MISC-45SMOKBFL
45EK-D Sliding Smoke Baffle Assembly
• 4-MISC-45SLDGBFL
Sliding Smoke Baffle for 45EK-D
• 4-MISC-45SLDRROD
Smoke Baffle Slider Control Rod for 45EK-D
• 4-HAN-1/2CHROME
1/2″ Chrome Spring Handle & Hardware
4-MISC-A40SMOKBFL
A40EK-D Sliding Smoke Baffle Assembly
• 4-MISC-A40SLDGBFL
Sliding Smoke Baffle for A40EK-D
• 4-MISC-A40SLDRROD
Smoke Baffle Slider Control Rod for A40EK-D
• 4-HAN-1/2CHROME
1/2″ Chrome Spring Handle & Hardware
4-MISC-ASHPAN35
Ash Removal Pan for 35EK-D
4-MISC-ASHPAN45
Ash Removal Pan for 45EK-D
4-MISC-ASHPANA40
Ash Removal Pan for A40EK-D
4-PAI-SATINBL-AER
Satin Black Paint
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Appendix D: Purchase & Service Record
ANNUAL INSPECTION BY QUALIFIED PROFESSIONAL IS RECOMMENDED.
Purchase & Installation Record
MODEL*
SERIAL NUMBER*
PURCHASE DATE
DEALER
INSTALLER
ADDRESS
ADDRESS
CITY / STATE / ZIP
CITY / STATE / ZIP
CONTACT
CONTACT
PHONE NUMBER
PHONE NUMBER
INSTALLATION DATE
COMMENTS
*Model and serial number are located on the label on the left side of the unit.
Service & Maintenance Record
DATE
TECHNICIAN
DESCRIPTION OF WORK DONE
Have you completed & returned your warranty card?
Date Mailed:
Has Dealer / Installer gone over the operation and maintenance of appliance?
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Appendix E: Warranty Claim Procedures
We make every effort to ensure that all ENERGY KING heating appliances and components adhere to our
strict standards for quality and safety. However, should you receive a product or component that doesn't
function as intended, please follow the instructions below for making a warranty claim. We will replace or
repair the part, as outlined in the applicable warranty, as soon as possible to keep your ENERGY
KING heating appliance functioning safely and efficiently as intended.
Parts
Units
To make a warranty claim on faulty parts
provided with an ENERGY KING heating
appliance, please contact your ENERGY KING
dealer.
To make a warranty claim on a faulty ENERGY
KING heating appliance, please contact your
ENERGY KING dealer.
If your ENERGY KING dealer is unavailable:
1. Please complete a Warranty Claim Form
and return it to us. All warranty claim
requests must be made in writing; verbal
warranty claim requests will not be
processed.
The following information is required when
submitting a warranty claim:
● Model number
● Serial Number
● Purchase Date
● Purchaser Name, Address, and
Telephone
2. Additionally, if you have not mailed in your
Warranty Registration Card, we will require
a completed Warranty Registration Card to
be returned to us along with dated proof of
purchase (i.e. a copy of your receipt or
invoice).
If your ENERGY KING dealer is unavailable,
please contact us at (715) 720-1794 for
instructions.
When contacting RJM Manufacturing, Inc for a
warranty claim on a faulty ENERGY KING
heating appliance, please have the following
information ready:
● Model number
● Serial Number
● Purchase Date
● Purchaser Name, Address, and
Telephone
Additionally, if you have not mailed in your
Warranty Registration Card, we will require a
completed Warranty Registration Card to be
returned to us along with dated proof of
purchase (i.e. a copy of the receipt or invoice).
We may also request a copy of the Service &
Maintenance Log located in the Appendix of
your Owner’s Manual.
We may also request a copy of the Service
& Maintenance Log located in the Appendix
of your Owner’s Manual.
Without this information, we will not be able to
complete your requested warranty claim.
Without this information, we will not be able
to complete your requested warranty claim.
All transportation charges are to be paid for by
the purchaser.
Once we receive your completed Warranty
Claim Form and Warranty Registration Card,
we will ship a replacement for the faulty part(s).
All transportation charges are to be paid for by
the purchaser. However, if a faulty part is to be
returned to us, we will provide return-shipping
via a call-tag.
RJM Manufacturing, Inc. reserves the right to refuse any warranty claim, subject to the terms, conditions and
restrictions of the warranty agreement found in the corresponding ENERGY KING™ or Bio-King™ installation
& operation manual.
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Appendix E: Warranty Claim Procedures
ENERGY KING™
Warranty Claim Form
For all ENERGY KING heating appliance warranty claims, please complete this form IN FULL and return it to
RJM Manufacturing, Inc., via fax at (715) 720-1797 or via postal mail at:
RJM Manufacturing, Inc., 1875 Olson Drive, Chippewa Falls, WI 54729
DEALER:
PURCHASER:
ATTENTION:
ATTENTION:
ADDRESS 1:
ADDRESS 1:
ADDRESS 2:
ADDRESS 2:
CITY, ST, ZIP
CITY, ST, ZIP:
TELEPHONE:
TELEPHONE:
FAX:
EMAIL:
Model:
Serial No:
Date of Purchase:
Date of Failure:
Date of Repair:
Description of Failure / Repairs Made (please be specific):
Signature:
Date:
PARTS REPLACED
QTY
PART NO.
(if applicable)
DESCRIPTION
Return
Faulty?
Miscellaneous:
Copies of invoices / receipts are required for all credits claimed on this form.
RJM Manufacturing, Inc. reserves the right to refuse any warranty claim, subject to the terms, conditions and
restrictions of the warranty agreement found in the corresponding ENERGY KING installation & operation
manual.
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ENERGY KING WOOD/COAL BOILER
LIMITED WARRANTY
Who is covered?
You are covered under this warranty if you are the original purchaser of a new ENERGY KING solid-fuel heating
appliance and your purchase was made through an authorized distributor/dealer of the ENERGY KING solid-fuel
heating appliance.
How long does the coverage last?
The term of this warranty begins on the date of original purchase as evidenced by your purchase receipt, subject to
the terms, conditions and restrictions of this agreement. Coverage is extended to you for the following time periods:
• Burn chamber. The burn chamber is warranted for six (6) years on a prorated basis. The replacement value will
decrease each year until the maximum life of the warranty exhausts any replacement value. Replacement value
is reduced according to the following schedule and will be calculated on the cost of the burn chamber at the time
the part is repaired or replaced. We will provide you with a credit to be applied towards the cost of the repair or
replacement part.
Year 1
Full Warranty
Year 2
80% Credit
Year 3
60% Credit
Year 4
40% Credit
Year 5
25% Credit
Year 6
15% Credit
• Sliding Smoke Baffle Assembly. The sliding smoke baffle assembly is warranted for one (1) year and includes
the sliding smoke baffle and the damper control rod.
• Castings. The castings are warranted for one (1) year and include the fuel loading door, ash removal door, and
grates.
• Electrical & Factory-Provided Plumbing Components. The electrical and factory-provided plumbing
components are warranted for one (1) year and include, but are not limited to, the draft damper control motor or
combustion blower, all components of the control box, the Aquastat-Immersion control, pressure relief valve, and
pressure temperature gauge.
What is covered by this warranty?
This warranty covers any defects in materials or workmanship in your new ENERGY KING solid-fuel heating
appliance.
What is not covered by this warranty?
This limited warranty does not apply:
• If your appliance has not been installed, operated and maintained in strict accordance with instructions provided
in the Installation, Operation and Maintenance Manual.
• If any part has been damaged in shipment, modified, altered, tampered with, abused, or has been subject to
accident or misuse.
• If your appliance has been altered or repaired in a manner which, in our sole judgment, affects its performance,
stability or reliability.
• If parts not made or supplied by us have been used in connection with the appliance, if in our sole judgment,
such use affects its performance, stability or reliability.
• To transportation charges on appliances and appliance parts submitted for repair or replacement under this
warranty.
• To expendable, replaceable or wear items, such as firebrick, gaskets/seals, paint, handles and other items that in
our judgment are expendable, replaceable or wear items.
• To any heating system or systems to which the appliance may be attached.
• To any of the smoke pipes, heat pipes, chimney, hardware, ducting, vents, or other accessories used for the
installation and venting or ducting of the appliance.
We are not responsible for installation and will not be liable in any respect under the terms of the warranty for injury
or damage to the building structure in which the appliance has been installed, or to the person or persons and
property therein, arising out of the use, or installation of the ENERGY KING appliance. The appliance must be
installed in compliance with the local, state and national building and fire codes and regulations, and in strict
adherence to the Manufacturer’s recommendations.
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What will we do to correct problems?
We will repair, or at our option, replace any ENERGY KING solid-fuel heating appliance or appliance part, which
upon inspection shows a defect in materials or workmanship.
How can you get service?
If warranty service is needed during the warranty period, notify your authorized ENERGY KING dealer. If there is no
ENERGY KING dealer in your area, contact RJM Manufacturing, Inc. directly. Provide your name, address, phone
number, serial number and model number of the appliance, date of purchase, name and address of installer and a
description of the problem.
Disclaimer of Implied Warranties & Consequential Damages
Our obligation under this limited warranty, to the extent allowed by law, is in lieu of all warranties, implied or
expressed, including implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose and any liability for
incidental and consequential damages with respect to the sale or use of the items warranted. Such incidental and
consequential damages shall include but not be limited to: transportation / freight charges, cost of installation, duty,
taxes, charges for service or adjustment, loss of income, rental or substitute equipment, and expenses due to loss,
damage, detention or delay in the delivery of equipment or parts resulting from acts beyond our control.
Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, or limitation of implied
warranties, so the limitations or exclusions in this limited warranty may not apply to you.
NO EMPLOYEE OR REPRESENTATIVE OF RJM MANUFACTURING, INC. IS AUTHORIZED TO CHANGE THIS
LIMITED WARRANTY IN ANY WAY OR GRANT ANY OTHER WARRANTY UNLESS SUCH CHANGE IS MADE
IN WRITING BY AN OFFICER OF RJM MANUFACTURING, INC. AT ITS HOME OFFICE.
YOUR RESPONSIBILITY UNDER THE WARRANTY
It is your responsibility to ensure that the appliance is installed in compliance with local, state and federal
building and fire codes regulating installation and inspection.
It is your responsibility to complete the warranty card and return it to the address indicated within 30 days of
the purchase. You must also keep your receipt as proof of date of purchase. Failure to do so will mean that
you may not later make a claim under this warranty.
It is your responsibility to read the Installation, Operation & Maintenance Manual and to install, operate and
maintain the appliance in accordance with all instructions and safety procedures. Failure to do so is a misuse
of the appliance.
It is your responsibility to inspect the appliance and to have any part(s) repaired or replaced when continued
operation would cause damage or excessive wear to other parts or cause a safety hazard.
It is your responsibility for any cost incurred by the distributor/dealer for travel to or transportation of the
product for the purpose of performing a warranty obligation or inspection.
RJM Manufacturing, Inc.
1875 Olson Drive
Chippewa Falls, WI 54729
(715) 720-1794 ♦ Fax (715) 720-1797
Email: sales@energyking.com
www.energyking.com
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Supplement A: Aquastat-Immersion Control
The following document was prepared and published by Honeywell International for distribution with
their models “L4081A,B and L6081A,C Multiple Aquastat Controllers.”
It is reproduced here for reference purposes ONLY.
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Supplement B: 24-V Wall Thermostat
The following document was prepared and published by Honeywell International for distribution with
their models “T822K,L & T827K” wall thermostats.
It is reproduced here for reference purposes ONLY.
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