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Raypak 0135B Operating instructions
INSTALLATION & OPERATING
INSTRUCTIONS
Gas-Fired
Pool & Spa
Heater
Atmospheric Models
206A, 266A, 336A & 406A
Low NOx Models
207A, 267A, 337A & 407A
WARNING: If these instructions are not followed exactly, a fire or explosion may result
causing property damage, personal injury or death.
Do not store or use gasoline or other flammable vapors and liquids in the vicinity of
this or any other appliance.
WHAT TO DO IF YOU SMELL GAS:
• Do not try to light any appliance.
• Do not touch any electrical switch; do not use any phone in your building.
• Immediately call your gas supplier from a neighbor's phone. Follow the gas supplier's instructions.
• If you cannot reach your gas supplier, call the fire department.
Installation and service must be performed by a qualified installer, service agency or
the gas supplier.
This manual should be maintained in legible condition and kept adjacent to the heater or in a safe place for future
reference.
Catalog No. 6000.59R
Effective: 04-03-09
Replaces: 01-08-09
P/N 241236 Rev. 19
WATER CHEMISTRY
(Corrosive water voids all warranties)
For your health and the protection of your pool equipment, it is essential that your
water be chemically balanced. The following levels must be used as a guide for balanced water.
Fiberglass Pools
Fiberglass Spas
Other Pool & Spa
Types
Water Temp. (Deg. F)
68 to 88
89 to 104
68 to 104
pH
7.3 to 7.4
7.3 to 7.4
7.6 to 7.8
Total Alkalinity (PPM)
120 to 150
120 to 150
80 to 120
Calcium Hardness (PPM)
200 to 300
150 to 200
200 to 400
6000 MAXIMUM
6000 MAXIMUM
6000 MAXIMUM
2 to 3
2 to 3
2 to 3
3000 MAXIMUM
3000 MAXIMUM
Recommended Level(s)
Salt (PPM)
Free Chlorine (PPM)*
Total Dissolved Solids (PPM) 3000 MAXIMUM
* Free Chlorine MUST NOT EXCEED 5 PPM!
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•
Occasional chemical shock dosing of the pool or spa water should not damage the
heater providing the water is balanced.
Automatic chemical dosing devices and salt chlorinators are usually more efficient
in heated water, unless controlled, they can lead to excessive chlorine level which
can damage your heater.
Further advice should be obtained from your pool or spa builder, accredited pool
shop, or chemical supplier for the correct levels for your water.
Rev. 19 reflects the following: Changes to: The sediment trap drawing on page 19; the LOW NOx wiring locations drawing
on page 26; the WIRING DIAGRAM on page 30; the LOW NOx drawing on the bottom of page 31; the FLAME ROLL-OUT
SAFETY SWITCH section on page 41. The addition of: A Caution note to the bottom of page 26.
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CONTENTS
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PART ONE
OWNER'S OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
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SECTION 1
START-UP PROCEDURES
Before Start-Up
Lighting Instructions & Shut-Off Procedures Manually Lighted Pilots MV
Operating Instruction & Shut-Off Procedures Automatically Lighted Pilots IID
After Start-Up
SECTION 2
CAUTION
SECTION 3
MAINTENANCE & CARE PROCEDURES
Pool & Spa Water Chemistry
Automatic Chlorinators & Chemical Feeders
Cold Weather Operation
Winterizing the Pool & Spa Heater
PART TWO
INSTALLATION & SERVICE INSTRUCTIONS
SECTION 1
RECEIVING EQUIPMENT
SECTION 2
GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS
SECTION 3
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
Code Requirements
Clearances
Outdoor Heater Installation
Florida Building Code 2001
Indoor Heater Installation
Outdoor Stack/Indoor Stack
Atmospheric Specifications and Dimensions
Low NOx Specifications and Dimensions
Combustion and Ventilation Air
Vent Piping
Gas Supply Connections
Gas Pressure Regulator
Gas Pressure Adjustment Locations
Pipe Sizing For Gas Connections
Flow Rates
Heat Exchanger Pressure Drop Tables
Polymer Headers
Cast Iron Headers
Unitherm Governor Operation
Internal Automatic Bypass Valve
External Auxiliary Bypass Valve
Auxiliary Bypass Valve Adjustment
Pressure Relief Valve Installation
Plumbing—Water Connections
Heat Exchanger Reversal Procedure
Electrical Wiring
Millivolt Models
Digital Models
Transformer Wiring
Wiring Diagram - Millivolt (Mechanical Therm.)
Wiring Diagram - Digital Models, Atmospheric
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Wiring Diagram - Digital Models, Low NOx
SECTION 4
SERVICING INSTRUCTIONS
General Location of Controls
Control Panel Removal
Control Adjustments - Digital Models
Control Adjustments - Millivolt Models
Digital Thermostat Controls
Thermostat Control Operation
Diagnostics
Codes
Reading a Fault
Remote Control Installation and Operation
Remote Operation
Activating the Remote
Remote Control Wiring
2-Wire Remote Control
3-Wire Remote Control
Water Pressure Switch
Flame Roll-Out Safety Switch
High Limits
Pilot Safety
Burner Tray Removal (ATM)
Gas Valve Removal (ATM)
Main Burner and Orifice Removal (ATM)
Pilot Removal and Cleaning
Heat Exchanger Removal
Tube Cleaning Procedure
Desooting Procedure
Combustion Chamber Removal
Immersion Well Replacement
Unitherm Governor (U.G.) Replacement
Low NOx Pool Heaters
Operation
Start-Up Procedures
Visual Inspection
Electrical
Flame Roll-Out Safety Switch
Burner Tray Removal
Gas Valve Removal
Main Burner and Orifice Removal
Pilot Removal
Combustion Blower Removal
SECTION 5
TROUBLESHOOTING
Electrical - Standing Pilot Millivolt
Electrical - Electronic Ignition (IID)
Digital Control Logic - Flow Chart
SECTION 6
REPLACEMENT PARTS
Illustrated Parts List
Part Numbers
PART ONE
OWNER'S OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
FOR YOUR SAFETY - READ BEFORE OPERATING
WARNING: IF YOU DO NOT FOLLOW THESE INSTRUCTIONS EXACTLY, A FIRE OR EXPLOSION MAY
RESULT, CAUSING PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR LOSS OF LIFE.
SECTION 1 - START-UP PROCEDURES
Your pool/spa heater has been designed for years of safe and reliable pool/spa water heating. It is available with
millivolt or electronic ignition. ASME-certified units, typically used in commercial applications, are also available.
This manual provides installation, operation, maintenance, and service information for these heaters.
ON
OFF
If your heater has been installed correctly, operating the heater is an easy task. The upper front panel of the
heater contains the control center that allows you to turn the heater On or Off and adjust the temperature settings for the pool or spa. The temperature range is factory set from 65°F (18°C) to 104°F (40°C). See figure
above for location of toggle switch to turn the heater On and Off. Section 4 of this manual contains more details
about the use of the controls in the Control Adjustments subsection (page 31).
BEFORE START-UP
BURNERS
WATER
Clean main burners, combustion fan (if equipped) and
air louvers of dust, lint and debris. Keep heater area
clear and free from combustibles, flammable liquids
and chemicals. Do not obstruct the flow of combustion
and ventilation air.
Water must be flowing through the heater during operation. Ensure that system is filled with water and have
pump operating.
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CAUTION: Propane gas is heavier than air and will settle on the ground. Since propane can accumulate in
confined areas, extra care should be exercised when lighting propane heaters.
LIGHTING INSTRUCTIONS AND SHUT-OFF PROCEDURES
MILLIVOLT SYSTEM
(MANUALLY LIGHTED PILOT)
*If you cannot reach your gas supplier, call the
fire department.
A.
This appliance has a pilot that must be lit by
hand. When lighting the pilot, follow these
instructions exactly.
B.
BEFORE LIGHTING, smell all around the
appliance area for gas. Be sure to smell near
the floor because some gas is heavier than air
and will settle on the floor.
C. Use only your hand to push in or turn the gas
control knob. Never use tools. If the knob will
not push in or turn by hand, do not try to repair
it. Call a qualified service technician. Force or
attempted repair may result in a fire or explosion.
WHAT TO DO IF YOU SMELL GAS:
*Do not try to light any appliance.
*Do not touch any electric switch; do not use
any phone in your building.
*Immediately call your gas supplier from a
neighbor's phone. Follow the gas supplier's
instructions.
D. Do not use this appliance if any part has been
under water. Immediately call a qualified service technician to inspect the appliance and to
replace any part of the control system and any
gas control which has been under water.
LIGHTING INSTRUCTIONS
STOP! Read the safety information above.
Set the thermostat on the lowest setting.
Turn On/Off switch to the "Off" position.
Remove heater door panel.
Push in gas control knob slightly and turn
clockwise
to "Off".
NOTE: Knob cannot be turned from "Pilot" to Off"
unless knob is pushed in slightly. Do not
force.
6. Wait 5 minutes to clear out any gas. If you
ROBERTSHAW PILOT
HONEYWELL PILOT
then smell gas, STOP! Follow "B" in the
safety information above. If you don't smell
gas, go to the next step.
8. Turn gas control knob counter-clockwise
7. Locate pilot mounted on the right side panel of
to "Pilot"
the burner tray.
9. Place flame to end of pilot tube. Push in
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
HONEYWELL
MILLIVOLT
GAS VALVE
10.
INVENSYS/
ROBERTSHAW
MILLIVOLT
GAS VALVE
1.
2.
3.
11.
12.
13.
control knob all the way and hold to light pilot.
Continue to hold control knob in for about one
minute after the pilot is lighted, release knob
and it will pop back up. Pilot should remain
lighted. If it goes out, repeat steps 5 through 9.
If knob does not pop up when released, stop
and immediately call your service technician or
gas supplier.
Stand to the side of the heater and turn the
gas
control
knob
counter-clockwise
to "On".
Replace heater door panel.
Turn On/Off switch to the "On" position.
Set thermostat to the desired setting.
SHUT-OFF PROCEDURE
Set the thermostat to the lowest setting.
4. Push the gas control knob slightly and turn
Turn On/Off switch to the "Off" position.
clockwise
to "Off". Do not force.
Remove heater door panel.
5. Replace heater door panel.
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CAUTION: Propane gas is heavier than air and will settle on the ground. Since propane can accumulate in
confined areas, extra care should be exercised when lighting propane heaters.
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS AND SHUT-OFF PROCEDURES
ELECTRONIC IGNITION SYSTEM
(AUTOMATICALLY LIGHTED PILOT)
A.
*If you cannot reach your gas supplier, call the
fire department.
This appliance is equipped with an ignition
device which automatically lights the pilot. Do
not try to light the pilot by hand.
B.
C.
Use only your hand to push in or turn the gas
control knob. Never use tools. If the knob will
not push in or turn by hand, do not try to repair
it. Call a qualified service technician. Force or
attempted repair may result in a fire or
explosion.
D.
Do not use this appliance if any part has been
under water. Immediately call a qualified
service technician to inspect the appliance and
to replace any part of the control system and
any gas control which has been under water.
BEFORE OPERATING, smell all around the
appliance area for gas. Be sure to smell near
the floor because some gas is heavier than air
and will settle on the floor.
WHAT TO DO IF YOU SMELL GAS:
*Do not try to light any appliance.
*Do not touch any electric switch; do not use
any phone in your building.
*Immediately call your gas supplier from a
neighbor's phone. Follow the gas supplier's
instructions.
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
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STOP! Read the safety information above.
HONEYWELL
Set the thermostat to the lowest setting.
VR 8300 GAS
Turn off all electrical power to the appliance.
VALVE IID
This appliance is equipped with an ignition
device which automatically lights the pilot. Do
GAS
INLET
not try to light the pilot by hand.
Remove heater door panel.
For Honeywell valve: Turn gas control knob
clockwise
to "Off".
For Robertshaw valve: Models 266-406:
Turn gas control knob clockwise
to
ROBERTSHAW 7000
GAS VALVE IID
"Off". Model 206: Push in and move gas control lever counter-clockwise
to "Off"
position.
Wait 5 minutes to clear out any gas. If you
then smell gas, STOP! Follow "B" in the safety information above. If you don't smell gas, go
to the next step.
ROBERTSHAW 7200
Turn gas control knob counter-clockwise
GAS CONTROL
LEVER SHOWN
to "On". (Honeywell VR 8300 and
IN “OFF”
Robertshaw 7000)
POSITION
Replace heater door panel.
Turn on all electrical power to the appliance.
Set thermostat to desired setting.
GAS
If the appliance will not operate, follow the
INLET
instructions "To Turn Off Gas To Appliance"
and call your service technician or gas
supplier.
SHUT-OFF PROCEDURES
Set the thermostat at the lowest setting.
to "Off". Make sure knob rest against stop.
Turn off all the electrical power to the appliFor Robertshaw 7200 gas valve.
ance if service is to be performed.
Push in and move gas control lever counterRemove heater door panel.
clockwise
to "Off" position.
For Honeywell VR 8300 and Robertshaw
5. Replace heater door panel.
7000 gas valve.
Turn gas control knob clockwise
F
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10.
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12.
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2.
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4.
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AFTER START-UP
Feel the inlet and outlet pipes. Outlet pipe should be
only slightly warmer than the inlet. It should not be hot.
WARNING: Should overheating occur or the gas
supply fail to shut off, turn off the manual gas control
to the appliance.
VISUAL INSPECTION - ATMOSPHERIC HEATERS
With the heater on, remove the door and make a visual check of the pilot and burner. The flame should be
blue with a well-defined pattern.
WARNING: Operation of the heater without water
circulation will cause rapid and severe damage to
the heater.
4" MAX
SECTION 2 - CAUTION
Elevated water temperature can be hazardous. The
U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission has these
guidelines:
MAIN BURNER FLAME
1. Spa water temperatures should never exceed
104°F (40°C). A temperature of 100°F (38°C) is
considered safe for a healthy adult. Special caution
is suggested for young children.
2. Drinking of alcoholic beverages before or during
spa or hot tub use can cause drowsiness which
could lead to unconsciousness and subsequently
result in drowning.
MILLIVOLT PILOT BURNER FLAME
3. Pregnant Women Beware! Soaking in water over
102°F (39°C) can cause fetal damage during the
first three months of pregnancy resulting in the birth
of a brain-damaged or deformed child. Pregnant
women should stick to the 100°F (38°C) maximum
rule.
A yellow or "floating" flame indicates restricted air
openings or incorrect orifice size. Should this occur,
shut the heater off and contact your installer or gas
supplier.
WATER PRESSURE SWITCH
A water pressure switch is provided in the heater to
shut off the burners in the event that water supply is
interrupted. It is very important to verify that the switch
electrically opens and shuts off the gas valve when
water flow to the heater is interrupted. Otherwise,
rapid and severe damage will likely occur to the
heater. (The water pressure switch should be checked
and adjusted for proper operation by a qualified service person at the time of installation and periodically
checked thereafter.
Refer to Pressure Switch
Adjustment on pg. 38 of this manual).
4. Before entering the spa or hot tub, users should
check the water temperature with an accurate thermometer; spa or hot tub thermostats may err in regulating water temperatures by as much as 4°F
(2.2°C).
5. Persons with a medical history of heart disease, circulatory problems, diabetes, or blood pressure
problems should obtain a physician's advice before
using pools or hot tubs.
6. Persons taking medications which induce drowsiness, such as tranquilizers, antihistamines, or anticoagulants, should not use spas or hot tubs.
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SECTION 3 - MAINTENANCE AND
CARE PROCEDURES
2. Your pump strainer basket may be full.
remove debris.
WARNING: Check the heater for possible rodent
nests after long periods of non-use.
3. Your filter may be dirty. If so, backwash or clean
filter. (To tell if your filter is dirty, look to see if the
filter pressure will be higher than usual).
To be followed one month after start-up and then semiannually.
If so
4. The pump may have lost its prime and be running
dry. Check the pressure on the filter. If there is no
pressure; then you are not moving water (or your
gauge is broken). Try to get the pump to run at its
normal flow rate.
1. Inspect top of heater and drafthood for soot, a
sticky black substance around finned tubes and
"V" baffles, and open flue gas passageways. Any
visible soot should be cleaned for proper operation.
POOL & SPA WATER CHEMISTRY
Chemical imbalance can cause severe damage to
your heater and associated equipment. Maintain your
water chemistry according to the chart on page 2. If
the mineral content and dissolved solids in the water
become too high, scale forms inside the heat exchanger tubes, reducing heater efficiency and damaging the
heater. If the pH drops below 7.2, this will cause corrosion of the heat exchanger and severely damage the
heater. Heat exchanger damage resulting from chemical imbalance is not covered by the warranty.
CAUTION: Soot may be combustible. Wet sooted
surfaces completely prior to cleaning. Do not use
steel wire brush.
2. Clean main burners and pilot burner of dust and
lint.
3. Inspect and operate all controls, gas valve and
pressure relief valve (if equipped).
4. Make visual check of the burner and pilot flames.
Flame pattern on the main burner and pilot is illustrated on page 7. Yellow flame means restriction
of the air openings. Lifting or blowing flame indicates high gas pressure. Low flame means low
gas pressure. Should the latter occur, shut the
heater off and contact your gas supplier or qualified service agency.
AUTOMATIC CHLORINATORS AND
CHEMICAL FEEDERS
All chemicals must be introduced and completely diluted into the pool or spa water before being circulated
through the heater. Do not place sanitizing chemicals
in the skimmer. High chemical concentrations will
result when the pump is not running (e.g. overnight).
5. On indoor heaters, clean room intake openings to
ensure adequate flow of combustion and ventilation air.
Chlorinators must feed downstream of the heater and
have an anti-siphoning device to prevent chemical
back-up into the heater when the pump is shut off.
CAUTION: Combustion air must not be contaminated by corrosive chemical fumes which can damage
the heater and void the warranty.
See plumbing diagrams on page 24.
NOTE: High chemical concentrates from feeders and
chlorinators that are out of adjustment will cause rapid
corrosion to the heat exchanger. Such damage is not
covered under the warranty.
6. Keep area around heater clear and free from combustible materials, gasoline and other flammable
and corrosive vapors and liquids.
IF HEATER WILL NOT FIRE:
If you have no electrical power, it may be that your
"circuit breaker" has tripped. Try re-setting it.
If you have electrical power but the heater will not fire
check the following or see Troubleshooting section:
1. The time clock must be in the "ON" position.
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WINTERIZING THE POOL & SPA HEATER
COLD WEATHER OPERATION
IMPORTANT FREEZE INFORMATION
Heaters installed outdoors in freezing climate areas
may be shut down for the winter. Observe the following procedure for winterizing the heater:
MODERATE CLIMATE: Heater operation can continue during short-term cold spells. When temperatures
are between 0° and 32°F, flow (continuous pump
operation) must be maintained.
1. Turn off gas valve, manual gas valve, and electrical supply to the heater.
2. Open drain plug located on the inlet/outlet header,
(under water pipes). Remove the heat exchanger
inspection panel on the side opposite water piping
to gain access to the drain plug on the return header. Open drain plug on return header.
CAUTION: Do not use the heater to maintain water
temperatures just above freezing or for freeze protection. When heater is used during freezing weather,
care must be taken to avoid freeze-ups. Continuous
pump operation is a must. Additional protection may
be required. The heater is not warranted against
freeze-ups.
Return Header
COLD CLIMATE: Prolonged operation with water
temperatures below 50°F is not recommended.
When starting the heater with water temperatures
below 50°F, operate the heater continuously until
higher temperatures are reached. Operating the
heater for prolonged periods with pool water below
50°F can seriously damage the heater, and is not covered by the warranty.
Drain Plug
3. For ASME Heaters only: Disconnect compression
fittings from the pressure switch and return header
that connects to the 1/4" copper tube and allow the
tube to drain.
For cold climate areas, please follow the winterizing
procedures listed.
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PART TWO
INSTALLATION AND SERVICE INSTRUCTIONS
SECTION 1 - RECEIVING EQUIPMENT
The manufacturer recommends that this manual be reviewed thoroughly before installing your pool/spa heater.
If there are any questions that this manual does not answer, please contact the factory or your local representative.
On receipt of your equipment it is suggested that you visually check for external damage to the carton. If the
carton is damaged, a note should be made on the Bill of Lading when signing for the equipment. Remove the
heater from the carton. If it is damaged, report the damage to the carrier immediately. Save the carton.
These items are shipped inside a box in the carton with the heater:
1.
2.
3.
4.
STANDARD UNIT (POLYMER HEADERS)
"Pagoda" top
2" CPVC union with "O" rings (2)
Plastic pipe finish flange for gas line
Bonding lug with mounting screw
(Digital models only)
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
ASME UNIT (CAST IRON HEADERS)
"Pagoda" top
In/Out flanges (2)
1-1/2" flange gaskets (2)
2" flange gaskets (2)
Flange bolts (4)
Pressure relief valve
2" CPVC adapters (2)
Plastic pipe finish flange for gas line.
Bonding lug with mounting screw.
(Digital models only)
Be sure that you receive the number of packages indicated on the Bill of Lading.
When ordering parts, you must specify the model and serial numbers of the heater. See below for location of
serial number. When ordering under warranty conditions, you must also specify date of installation.
The Model & Serial No.
can also be found inside
the bezel above the display
Model & Serial No.
Located on Rating
Plate
(Alternate Location)
LABEL ON CARTON
Serial No.
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SECTION 2 - GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS
These heaters are design-certified and tested under the latest requirements of the ANSI Z21.56 / CSA 4.7
Standard for Gas-Fired Pool Heaters. All heaters can be used either indoor or outdoors. The appropriate top
designated for each type of use is required. If necessary, the top can be changed at a later date to change from
outdoor to indoor or vice versa. Millivolt heaters contain a self-generating electrical system operating between
.25 and .75 VAC.
Ambient Temperature Rating of Heater Components
Millivolt Heater with Honeywell Gas Valve
+32°F to +175°F
Millivolt Heater with Robertshaw Gas Valve 0°F to +175°F
Digital Heater*
-32°F to + 175°F
*Requires 120 or 240VAC Power Supply
Atmospheric heaters:
Rated inputs are suitable for up to 2,000 feet elevation. For elevations above 2000 feet, reduce input 4% for
each 1,000 feet above sea level, as high elevation reduces combustion performance.
Low NOx heaters:
Rated inputs are suitable for up to 5,000 feet elevation. For elevations above 5000 feet, consult the factory.
SECTION 3 - INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
CALIFORNIA PROPOSITION 65 WARNING: This product contains chemicals known to the State of California
to cause cancer, birth defects or other reproductive harm.
WARNING: This unit contains refractory ceramic fiber (RCF) insulation in the combustion chamber. RCF, as
manufactured, does not contain respirable crystalline silica. However, following sustained exposure to very
high temperatures (>2192F), the RCF can transform into crystalline silica (cristabolite). The International
Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) has classified the inhalation of crystalline silica (cristabolite) as carcinogenic to humans.
When removing the burners or heat exchangers, take precautions to avoid creating airborne dust and avoid
inhaling airborne fibers. When cleaning spills, use wet sweeping or High Efficiency Particulate Air (HEPA)
filtered vacuum to minimize airborne dust. Use feasible engineering controls such as local exhaust ventilation
or dust collecting systems to minimize airborne dust. Wear appropriate personal protective equipment
including gloves, safety glasses with side shields, and appropriate NIOSH certified respiratory protection, to
avoid inhalation of airborne dust and airborne fiber particles.
IMPORTANT NOTICE
These instructions are intended only for the use of qualified personnel, specifically trained and experienced in
the installation of this type of heating equipment and related system components. Installation and service personnel may be required by some states to be licensed. If your state is such, be sure your contractor bears the
appropriate license. Persons not qualified shall not attempt to fix this equipment nor attempt repairs according
to these instructions.
WARNING: Improper installation, adjustment, alteration, service or maintenance may damage the equipment,
create a hazard resulting in asphyxiation, explosion or fire, and will void the warranty.
CODE REQUIREMENTS
NOTE: The heater should not be located in an area where possible water leakage will result in damage to the
area adjacent to the heater or to the structure. When such locations cannot be avoided, it is recommended that
a suitable drain pan, with adequate drainage, be installed under the heater. The pan must not restrict combustion air flow.
Installation must be in accordance with local codes, or, in the absence of local codes, with the latest edition of
the National Fuel Gas Code, ANSI Z223.1/NFPA54 and National Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA 70, and for
Canada, the latest edition of CAN/CGA-B149 Installation Codes, and Canadian Electrical Code, CSA C22.1 Part
1 and Part 2.
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CLEARANCES
ALL HEATERS
For clearances from combustible surfaces, see the
chart below.
When installed according to the listed minimum clearances from combustible construction, the pool heater
can still be serviced without removing permanent
construction around the heater.
CLEARANCE FROM
COMBUSTIBLE CONSTRUCTION
However for ease of servicing, we recommend a clearance of at least 24” in the front, and at least 18" on the
water connection side. This will enable the heater to
be serviced in its installed location, that is, without
movement or removal of the heater.
INDOOR INSTALLATIONS:
Top* - 30” (Drafthood) Back - 6”
Front - Alcove (Open) Right Side - 12” (Water Side)
Vent - 6”
Left Side - 6”
Floor** - 0”
(Opposite Water Side)
Clearances less than these (6” minimum), may require
removal of the heater to service either the heat
exchanger or the burner tray. In either case, the
heater must be installed in a manner that will enable
the heater to be serviced without removing any structure around the heater.
OUTDOOR INSTALLATION:
Top* - Unobstructed (Outdoor Stack)
Top*** - 36” (Stackless Top)
Floor - 0”
Right Side - 12” (Water Side)
Back - 6”
Left Side - 6”
(Opposite Water Side)
FLOORING: This heater can be installed on combustible flooring.
*Clearance from top of vent terminal.
**Do not install on carpeting.
***Clearance from top of heater.
OUTDOOR HEATER INSTALLATION
These heaters are design-certified for outdoor installation, when equipped with the approved tops designated for
outdoor use.
WARNING: The heater shall not be located in an area where water sprinklers, or other devices, may cause
water to spray through the cabinet louvers and into the heater. This could cause internal rusting or damage
electrical components, and void the warranty.
WARNING: Do not install within 3 feet of a heat pump or an outdoor condensing unit. Strong air intake from
this type of equipment can disturb the combustion process and cause damage or personal injury.
HEATER WITH OUTDOOR STACKLESS TOP
Pagoda Top Installation
1. Insert tabs into keyhole (4 places).
Pagoda Top
Pagoda Top
(Shipped inside
box in heater
carton)
2. Snap tabs into keyholes so as not to pull out.
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Heaters must not be installed under an overhang of less than three 3 ft from the top of the heater. Three sides
must be open in the area under the overhang. Roof water drainage must be diverted away from the heaters
installed under overhangs with the use of gutters.
For U.S. installations, the point from where the flue products exit the heater must be a minimum of 4 ft below,
4 ft horizontally from, or 1 ft above any door, window or gravity inlet into any building. The top surface of the
heater shall be at least 3 ft above any forced air inlet, or intake ducts located within 10 ft horizontally.
For installations in Canada, pool heaters shall not be installed with the top of the vent assembly within 10 ft
below, or to either side, of any opening into the building. Refer to the latest revisions of CAN/CGA-B149.
4 ft
Minimum
4 ft
Minimum
4 ft
Minimum
3 ft
Minimum
1 ft
10 ft
Minimum
Minimum
Forced Air Inlet
For installations in Florida, that must comply with the Florida Building Code 2001, follow the directions on p14
for the installation of hurricane tie-down brackets for all models.
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FLORIDA BUILDING CODE 2001
WIND SPEED = 150 MPH, 3 SECOND GUST
EXPOSURE = C
206/266/336/406 Atmospheric
MODEL #
B
206
20”
266
23”
336
26”
406
29”
B
40”
28”
2” x 6” x 1/8” Pallet
Anchor Bracket (4 Total) (Kit# 011636)
3” Min. Conc.
Pad by others
1/4” x 1-3/4” S.S. Tapcon Bolt & Washer (Field Supplied)
NOTE: Use hole closest to unit with
washer overlapping edge of unit.
Min. Edge
Distance
6”
Min. Edge
Distance
HOT
6”
(1)–1/4” x 1-3/4” S.S. Tapcon Bolt & Washer (Field Supplied)
Ea. Pallet Anchor Bracket
3” Min. Conc.
Use hole closest to unit (4 total)
Pad by others
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(1)–1/4” x 1-3/4” S.S. Tapcon Bolt & Washer (Field Supplied)
Ea. Pallet Anchor Bracket
Use hole closest to unit (4 total)
INDOOR HEATER INSTALLATION
The heater is also design-certified for indoor installation when equipped with the approved drafthood.
For Canada, indoor installation is restricted to an enclosure that is not occupied and does not directly communicate with an occupied area. Refer to the latest edition of CAN/CGA-B149 for specific requirements. Locate
heater as close as is practical to a chimney or gas vent. Heater must always be vented to the outside. See Vent
Piping section (pg. 17-18) for details. Minimum allowable space is shown on the nameplate.
WARNING: Indoor heaters require a drafthood that must be connected to a vent pipe and properly vented to
the outside. Failure to follow this procedure can cause fire or fatal carbon monoxide poisoning.
OUTDOOR STACK / INDOOR STACK
NOTE: The outdoor and indoor stacks are optional equipment and do not come standard with the heater.
INDOOR STACK KIT INCLUDES:
(1) Drafthood, unpainted
(1) Adapter plate
(3) Mounting brackets (clips)
(3) Screws
(1) Instructions
OUTDOOR STACK KIT INCLUDES:
(1) Drafthood, painted
(1) Adapter plate
(3) Mounting brackets (clips)
(1) Top panel cover
(2) 1-foot sections of metal tape
(3) Screws
Clips
(1) Instructions
Clips
Model
206A/207A
266A/267A
336A/337A
406A/407A
OUTDOOR STACK
Part No.
009834
009835
009836
009837
** REFER TO INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
INSIDE BOX FOR INSTRUCTIONS ON HOW TO
INSTALL OUTDOOR/INDOOR STACK.
INDOOR STACK
Part No.
009838
009839
009840
009841
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SPECIFICATIONS AND DIMENSIONS
ATMOSPHERIC UNITS
Amp Draw
120 Volt 240 Volt
B
Digital
4
2
CL
FLUE
10"
D
8-7/8"
4-3/8"
J*
(6-5/8" ASME)
(3-3/8" ASME)
C
INDOOR
DRAFTHOOD
38"
32-11/16"
40"
ELECTRICAL
CONNECTION
STACKLESS
OUTDOOR TOP
26-5/8"
(28-5/8" ASME)
13-1/4"
GAS
CONNECTION
A
28"
Shipping Weights (lbs)
Standard
ASME
Heater
Heater
Indoor
Water w/Stackless w/Stackless DraftConn.
Top
Top
hood
(A)
Cabinet
Width
(B)
Flue
Dia.
(C)
Indoor
Drafthood
(D)
Heater
Model
BTUH
Input
(000)
R206A
199.5
20”
6”
61-5/8”
10.0”
11-3/4”
3/4”
2”
187
206
12
R266A
266.0
23”
7”
62”
11.5”
11”
3/4”
2”
210
229
15
R336A
332.5
26”
8”
63”
13.0”
10-5/8”
3/4”
2”
230
249
17
R406A
399.0
29”
9”
64-9/16”
14.5”
12-1/8”
3/4”
2”
249
268
20
(J)
Min.
Gas
Conn.
Designation for a Digital heater using propane gas is “EP”; a Digital heater using natural gas is “EN”.
Designation for a Millivolt heater using propane gas is “MP”; a Millivolt heater using natural gas is “MN”.
Prefix “C” is for cast iron (ASME) headers; “P” is for plastic (polymer) headers.
Suffix “X” is for cupro-nickel tubing; “C” is for copper tubing.
EXAMPLE: P-R406A-EN-X = Plastic headers, 406 model size, digital, natural gas, cupro-nickel.
Reduce input 4% for each 1000 ft above sea level when installed above 2000 ft elevation.
For Canada, no de-rating is required for elevations up to 4500 ft
Plastic (polymer) headers cannot be used for ASME installations.
*Note: For outdoor stack, use J dimension in the table above for appropriate size PLUS six (6) inches.
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SPECIFICATIONS AND DIMENSIONS
Low NOx UNITS
Amp Draw
B
120 Volt 240 Volt
6
3
CL
FLUE
10"
8-7/8”
D
C
(6-5/8” ASME)
4-3/8”
(3-3/8” ASME)
J*
INDOOR
DRAFTHOOD
34”
26-1/2”
STACKLESS
OUTDOOR
TOP
ELECTRICAL
CONNECTION
31-13/16"
20-1/2"
(22-1/2" ASME)
7-3/4"
GAS
CONNECTION
A
28”
Shipping Weights (lbs)
Standard
ASME
Heater
Heater
Indoor
Water w/Stackless w/Stackless DraftConn.
Top
Top
hood
(A)
Cabinet
Width
(B)
Flue
Dia.
(C)
Indoor
Drafthood
(D)
Heater
Model
BTUH
Input
(000)
R207A
199.5
20”
6”
55-5/8”
10.0”
11-3/4”
3/4”
2”
174
193
12
R267A
266.0
23”
7”
56”
11.5”
11”
3/4”
2”
197
216
15
R337A
332.5
26”
8”
57”
13.0”
10-5/8”
3/4”
2”
219
238
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R407A
399.0
29”
9”
58-1/2”
14.5”
12-1/8”
3/4”
2”
237
256
20
(J)
Min.
Gas
Conn.
Designation for a Digital heater using natural gas is “EN”.
Prefix “C” is for cast iron (ASME) headers; “P” is for plastic (polymer) headers.
Suffix “X” is for cupro-nickel tubing; “C” is for copper tubing.
EXAMPLE: P-R407A-EN-X = Plastic headers, 407 model size, digital, natural gas, cupro-nickel.
For altitudes above 5,000 ft., consult the factory.
For Canada, no de-rating is required for elevations up to 4500 ft.
Plastic (polymer) headers cannot be used for ASME installations.
*Note: For outdoor stack, use J dimension in the table above for appropriate size PLUS six (6) inches.
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COMBUSTION AND VENTILATION AIR
(Indoor Units Only)
The heater must have both combustion and ventilation air. Minimum requirements for net free air supply openings are one opening that is 12 inches from the ceiling for ventilation, and one opening that is 12 inches from the
floor for combustion air as outlined in the latest edition of the National Fuel Gas Code, ANSI Z223.1(CanadaCAN/CGA-B149) and any local codes that may have jurisdiction.
B. All Air From Outdoors:
When air is supplied directly from outside of building, each opening shall have a minimum net free
area as noted:
A. All Air From Inside The Building:
Each opening shall have a minimum net free area
as noted:
Model
206/207
266/267
336/337
406/407
Model Square Inches Model Square Inches
206/207
200
336/337
333
266/267
266
406/407
399
Square Inches
50
67
84
100
CAUTION: Combustion air must not be contaminated by corrosive chemical fumes which can damage the
heater and void the warranty.
VENT PIPING
WARNING: Indoor heaters require a drafthood that must be connected to a vent pipe and properly vented to
the outside. Failure to follow this procedure can cause fire or fatal carbon monoxide poisoning.
Vent piping the same size as the drafthood outlet is recommended, however, when the total vent height is at
least 10 ft (drafthood relief opening to vent terminal), the vent pipe size may be reduced as specified in Chapter
10 of the National Fuel Gas Code, ANSI Z223.1 (Canada - CAN/CGA-B149). As much as possible, avoid long
horizontal runs of vent pipe and too many elbows. If installation requires horizontal runs, the vent pipe must have
a minimum of 1/4 in. per ft rise and should be supported at not more than five foot intervals. Plumbers tape,
criss-crossed, will serve to space both horizontal and vertical piping. Gas vents supported only by the flashing
and extending above the roof more than five feet should be securely guyed or braced to withstand snow and
wind loads. We recommend use of insulated vent pipe spacers through the roofs and walls. Another option for
installation that requires horizontal runs is using the D-2 power vent kit option.
Power Vent Kit
Model
120 VAC
Part No.
240 VAC
Part No.
206/207
010744
009832
266/267
010744
009832
336/337
010745
009833
406/407
010745
009833
Optional Raypak D-2
Power Vent
For more information consult the D-2 Power Vent manual, (Catalog No. 6000.57.1).
The power vent assembly is a fan-assisted combustion system designed for application to models 206-407. The
unit, when installed as directed, is capable of operating in applications such as through-the-wall venting and
reduced horizontal and vertical vent pipe sizes in new and current installations. The unit is factory-wired for 240
VAC, with capability of rewiring for 120 VAC.
For protection against rain or blockage by snow, the vent pipe must terminate with a vent cap which complies
with the local codes or, in the absence of such codes, to the latest edition of the National Fuel Gas Code, ANSI
Z223.1 (Canada - CAN/CGA-B149).
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The discharge opening must be a minimum of 2 ft vertically from the roof surface and at least 2 ft higher than
any part of the building within 10 ft. Vent stack shall be
at least 5 ft in vertical height above the drafthood outlet. The vent cap location shall have a minimum clearance of 4 ft horizontally from, and in no case below,
unless a 4 ft horizontal distance is maintained, from
electric meters, gas meters, regulators and relief
equipment.
GAS SUPPLY CONNECTIONS
The weight of the vent stack or chimney must not rest
on heater drafthood. Support must be provided in
compliance with applicable codes. The heater top and
drafthood must be readily removable for maintenance
and inspection. Vent pipe should be adequately supported to maintain proper clearances from combustible
construction.
Type "B" double-wall or equivalent vent pipe is recommended. However single-wall metal vent pipe may be
used as specified in the latest edition of the National
Flue Gas Code ANSI Z223.1 (Canada - CAN/CGAB149).
Gas piping must have a sediment trap ahead of the
heater gas controls, and a manual shut-off valve located outside the heater jacket. All gas piping should be
tested after installation in accordance with local codes.
CAUTION: The heater and its manual shut-off valve
must be disconnected from the gas supply during any
pressure testing of that system at test pressures in
excess of 1/2 psi (3.45 kPa). Dissipate test pressure
in the gas supply line before reconnecting the heater
and its manual shut off valve to gas supply line. FAILURE TO FOLLOW THIS PROCEDURE MAY DAMAGE THE GAS VALVE. OVER PRESSURIZED GAS
VALVES ARE NOT COVERED BY WARRANTY. The
heater and its gas connections shall be leak tested
before placing the appliance in operation. Use soapy
water for leak test. DO NOT use open flame.
10' OR LESS
VENT CAP
2' MIN
2' MIN
5' MIN
VENT PIPE
DRAFT HOOD
NOTE: Do not use Teflon tape on gas line pipe thread.
A flexible sealant suitable for LP gases is
recommended.
HEATER
A minimum of 7 in. WC and a maximum of 14 in. WC
upstream pressure under load, and no-load conditions
must be provided for natural gas or a minimum of
12 in. WC and a maximum of 14 in. WC for propane
gas.
SUPPLY PRESSURES
NOTE: With venting application of two or more
heaters, contact the factory.
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GAS PRESSURE REGULATOR
The gas pressure regulator is preset at 4.0 in. WC
throughout for natural gas, and 10.5 in. WC. for
propane gas. The pressure at the gas valve, taken
with a manometer, should be about 4.0 in. WC natural
gas (3.1 in. WC for Low NOx) and 10.5 in. WC
propane gas. If an adjustment is needed, remove seal
and turn adjustment screw clockwise
to increase
pressure or counter-clockwise
to decrease pressure.
ELECTRONIC IGNITION GAS VALVES-CONTINUED
Gas Pressure
Adjustment
NOTE: Low NOx gas valves are non-adjustable; setting was made at the manufacturer
(Invensys/Robertshaw).
Robertshaw 7200
(Heater Model 206)
Robertshaw 7000 BDER
(Heater Models 266-336)
Gas Pressure
Adjustment
Robertshaw 7000 DERHC
(Heater Model 406)
Non-Adjustable
Gas Valve
Robertshaw 7000 BDERF
(Heater Models 207-407)
GAS PRESSURE ADJUSTMENT LOCATIONS
PIPE SIZING FOR GAS CONNECTIONS
MILLIVOLT GAS VALVES
Maximum Equivalent Pipe Length (ft)
Gas Pressure
Adjustment
Natural Gas 1000 BTU/FT3 0.60
Specific Gravity @ 0.5 in. WC Pressure Drop
Propane Gas 2500 BTU/FT3 1.53
Specific Gravity @ 0.5 in. WC Pressure Drop
Robertshaw 7000
(Heater Models 206-406)
Input
Model (KBTU)
ELECTRONIC IGNITION GAS VALVES
Gas Pressure
Adjustment
Honeywell VR8304
(Heater Models 206406 and 207-407)
3/4”
1”
P
1-1/4”
1-1/2”
N
N
N
P
N
206/207 199.5
25
60
90 215 360
266/267 266.0
15
35
50 125 210 480 445
336/337 332.5
10
20
30
80 140 320 290
406/407 399.0
*
15
20
55
95
P
P
225 215 480
*A 3/4” gas line can be used for up to 5 ft maximum length from the
gas valve in addition to the sediment trap.
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FLOW RATES
MODEL
PIPE SIZE
206/207
1-1/4”–1-1/2” - 2”
MIN. GPM MAX. GPM*
20
125
266/267
336/337
1-1/4”–1-1/2” - 2”
1-1/4”–1-1/2” - 2”
25
35
125
125
406/407
1-1/4”–1-1/2” - 2”
40
125
*When flow rates exceed maximum GPM an external auxiliary bypass valve is required. See external bypass valve
section for details.
POLYMER HEADERS
CAST IRON HEADERS (ASME)
HEAT EXCHANGER PRESSURE DROP TABLES
CAST IRON HEADER (ASME MODELS)
POLYMER HEADER (STANDARD MODELS)
PLASTIC INTERNAL BAFFLE
(Manufactured after 11/08)
PRESSURE DROP (FT OF HEAD)
FLOW
GPM
206/207
20
4.0
25
4.0
4.6
30
4.0
5.2
35
4.0
5.8
5.2
40
4.6
5.8
5.2
5.2
50
4.6
6.3
6.9
6.9
60
4.6
6.9
6.9
6.9
70
4.6
8.1
9.2
9.2
80
4.6
9.2
9.8
9.8
90
6.9
10.4
10.4
10.4
100
8.1
11.0
12.1
12.1
110
10.4
11.5
13.3
13.3
120
11.0
12.7
17.9
17.9
125
11.5
13.8
20.2
20.2
266/267
336/337
406/407
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PRESSURE DROP (FT OF HEAD)
FLOW
GPM
206/207
20
1.8
30
2.2
8.0
40
2.5
50
266/267
336/337
406/407
9.0
9.0
9.0
2.7
9.8
9.8
9.8
60
3.3
10.5
10.5
10.5
70
4.3
11.0
11.0
11.0
80
5.5
11.5
11.5
11.5
90
6.8
14.0
14.0
14.0
100
8.2
17.0
17.0
17.0
POLYMER HEADERS (STANDARD MODELS)
Before attaching the 2-inch unions to the inlet/outlet
header, make sure the O-rings are properly seated in
the grooves. Use AquaLube or equivalent non-petroleum-based lubricant on the O-ring. Hand tighten the
unions. Glue PVC piping directly to the unions.
required, use a silicon base such as AquaLube etc.
There are two sets of flange gaskets supplied with
your heater. Use the appropriate gaskets for all your
heater connections. Discard unused set.
GASKET DESIGN #1: Accepts 1-1/2" copper tube or
1-1/4" galvanized pipe as a slip connection.
GASKET DESIGN #2: Accepts 2" copper tube as a slip
connection. The flange is threaded for 2" screw in pipe
connections. Also used with the 2" CPVC adapters.
#1
#2
INLET/OUTLET HEADER - POLYMER
O-Ring
Header Flange
(CPVC)
Header Flange Nut
(CPVC)
INLET/OUTLET HEADER - ASME
High-temperature CPVC header flanges and header
flange nuts are provided. If there is any possibility of
back-siphoning when the pump stops, it is suggested
that a check valve (or valves) also be installed in the
system.
Flange Gasket
CAST IRON HEADERS (ASME MODELS)
Heater must be located so that any water leaks will not
damage the structure of adjacent area. High temperature 2" plastic pipe (CPVC) may be threaded directly
into the header flanges. This is not the same as the
Schedule 80 PVC pipe which is also gray. PVC may be
used immediately after the supplied CPVC adapters.
Header Flange
UNITHERM GOVERNOR OPERATION
CAUTION:
The patented Unitherm Governor is a thermostatic
mixing valve specifically designed to maintain constant heater internal temperature between 105° and
115°F despite continually changing flow rates from
the filter and changing pool temperatures. This narrow range is needed to prevent damaging condensation on the burners which will occur if the heater runs
for any length of time below 100°F. It is also needed
to inhibit scale formation in the tubes by maintaining
temperatures well below accelerated scaling temperatures.
Header
Header Flange
(Supplied)
CPVC Connector
(Supplied)
Plumbing
WARNING: NEVER install PVC directly into header
flanges. Use the 2" CPVC adapter supplied loose
with the heater.
U.G. Plug
(Polymer)
NOTE: The State of Texas requires the addition of a
flow switch and T&P gauge on ASME installations.
Kit # 012011 can be ordered that will allow a standard
ASME unit to comply with the Texas code requirements.
Unitherm
Governor
DO NOT use petroleum-based assembly fluids (such
as petroleum jelly or lubricating oil). If assembly lube is
Gasket
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INTERNAL AUTOMATIC BYPASS VALVE
PRESSURE RELIEF VALVE INSTALLATION
In addition to the Unitherm Governor, a built-in automatic bypass valve is provided in the in/out header.
While the Unitherm Governor responds to the changes
in water temperature in the heater, the internal bypass
valve automatically responds to changes in water
pressure in the piping system. Proper amount of water
flow is maintained through the heater under varying
pressures dictated by the conditions of the pump and
filter.
To conform to local building codes, it may be necessary to install a pressure relief valve. A 3/4" pressure
relief valve, having a capacity equal to the BTUH output of the model to be installed, is recommended for
this heater. The maximum acceptable pressure relief
valve setting is 125 psi.
A 3/4" NPT connection is provided in the Polymer
header for installation of a pressure relief valve. The
valve shall be installed in a vertical position. Do not
overtighten. Install pressure relief valve hand tight
plus 1/2 turn.
Bypass Disc
POLYMER HEADER
(STANDARD MODELS)
Spring
Bypass Body
Pressure Relief Valve
PRV Discharge
Connection
EXTERNAL AUXILIARY BYPASS VALVE
(Where Required)
An auxiliary bypass valve should be used when flow
rates exceed 125 GPM. Usually a high-performance
pump size larger than two horsepower will exceed this
flow rate. This valve is required to complement the
function of the automatic bypass valve, particularly
when starting the heater in winter or early spring when
the spa or pool temperature is below 50°F. It also
serves to eliminate needless pressure drop through
the heater and accompanying reduction in the flow
rate to the spa jets, etc.
From Heater
To Pool/
Spa
In/Out Header
Fig. #2004
A 3/4" NPT connection is provided in the header for
installation of a pressure relief valve. The valve shall
be installed in a vertical position.
CAST IRON HEADER
(ASME MODELS)
To Heater
PRV
From Pool/
Spa
AUXILIARY BYPASS VALVE
(DO NOT USE GATE VALVE)
NOTE: To avoid water damage or scalding due to
valve operation, drain pipe must be connected to valve
outlet and run to a safe place of discharge. Drain pipe
must be the same size as the valve discharge connection throughout its entire length and must pitch downward from the valve. No shut-off valve shall be
installed between the relief valve and the drain line.
Valve lever should be tripped at least once a year to
ensure that waterways are clear.
AUXILIARY BYPASS VALVE ADJUSTMENT
To set bypass: With clean filter, adjustment is made by
feeling the inlet and outlet pipes at the heater. Outlet
pipes should be slightly warmer than inlet and comfortable to the touch. If pipe is hot, close bypass; if cold,
open bypass.
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PLUMBING—WATER CONNECTIONS
Single Pool Heater
Installation
Multiple Pool Heater
Installation
The heater requires water flow and positive pressure to fire and operate properly. It must therefore be installed
downstream of the discharge side of the filter pump. A typical installation is plumbed as follows:
1. The inlet side of the filter is plumbed directly to the discharge side of the filter pump;
2. The outlet side of the filter is then plumbed to the inlet of the heater; and
3. The outlet of the heater is plumbed to the return line to the pool or spa. The pump, filter and heater are thus
plumbed in series (Salt generators and chemical feeders must be down stream of the pool heater).
Plumbing from the heater back to the pool or spa must not have any valves or restriction that could prevent flow
when the pump is operating.
CAUTION: An additional source of heated water, e.g. a solar system, must be connected to the main line
ahead of the heater inlet pipe in order for it to act as the primary heat source. If the primary system provides
adequate heat to maintain set-point, the heater will not fire. Be advised that the control panel will then display
sensed water temperatures downstream of the primary heating system, rather than the temperature of the
water exiting the pool.
Heater must be located so that any water leaks will not damage the structure of adjacent area. PVC pipe may
be glued directly into header unions (Standard models only).
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HEAT EXCHANGER REVERSAL PROCEDURE - STANDARD MODELS
1. Remove right and left side access panels
(Figure 1).
2. Disconnect wires at high limit, AGS (automatic gas
shut-off), and pressure switch on the in/out
header (Figure 2).
3. Digital Models: Remove the thermostat temperature sensor by loosening the compression fitting
nut (Figure 3). Re-route the sensor to the left side
of the heater.
4. Millivolt Models: Remove the temperature sensor bulb and retainer clip from the sensor well
(Figure 4). Re-route the sensor bulb to the left side
of the heater.
5. Remove (12) bolts holding the inlet/outlet and
return headers to the tube sheets. Clean off tube
sheet area where the gasket seats. Also clean off
the header and the gasket. Apply a non-petroleum-based lubricant to the gasket such as
AquaLube. Re-attach the headers to the opposite
sides, making sure they are installed in an upright
position (Figure 5). Do not over tighten. Torque
should not exceed 7 ft/lb.
6. Reconnect high limit, AGS, and pressure switch
wires.
7. Digital Models: Insert the temperature sensor in
the compression fitting and tighten 1/2 turn past
hand-tight.
8. Millivolt Models: Insert sensor bulb and retainer
clip into sensor well.
9. Allow for water flow through the heater and check
for leaks.
10. Re-attach access panels to the opposite sides.
Fig. #1
Fig. #2
For ASME Models call your factory representative.
Fig. #3
Fig. #5
Fig. #4
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ELECTRICAL WIRING
OPTION LOCATION
LEFT SIDE FIELD WIRING
NOTE: If it is necessary to replace any of the original
wiring, use 105°C wire or its equivalent, and/or 150°C
wire or its equivalent, like the original wiring.
CONTROL BOX (FACTORY
MOUNTED LOCATION)
MILLIVOLT MODELS
The Millivolt models are equipped with a self-generating electrical system in which the electrical current is
provided by a pilot generator. No external electrical
connections are required.
SWAY
BRACE
When installing a remote switch, do not exceed 10 ft of
wiring from the heater. Use 18-gauge stranded wire.
DIGITAL MODELS
NOTE:
Heaters are factory-wired for 240 VAC power supply.
The standard field-wiring connection is on the right
side of the heater.
To wire the heater from the left side, follow these
steps :
1. Remove the two (2) screws that hold the front door
to the heater. Remove and set aside door for better access to wiring.
2. Remove the four (4) screws that hold down the
junction box to the sway brace.
3. Remove the transformer cover located on the far
right by removing one (1) screw.
4. Remove the two (2) screws that hold down the
transformer.
5. Remove the one (1) screw that holds down the
ground wires.
6. Disconnect P6 connector from PC board.
7. Remove transformer from its current location and
relocate it on the far left side of the heater.
8. Re-route all high-voltage wires and ground wires
through the left jacket side of heater.
9. Re-install P6 connector, ground wires (SPG),
transformer, junction box, front door, and plug right
side with the left sideʼs grommet plug.
BONDING
LUG
(STANDARD
LOCATION)
BONDING
LUG
(OPTIONAL
LOCATION)
ATMOSPHERIC
Wiring locations
OPTION LOCATION
LEFT SIDE FIELD WIRING
CONTROL BOX
(FACTROY MOUNTED
LOCATION)
SWAY BRACE
BONDING LUG
(OPTIONAL
LOCATION)
NOTE: 7/8" dia. holes not utilized on jacket and control
box can be used for fireman switch, auxiliary control
interface or power vent (D-2) wiring.
BONDING LUG
(STANDARD
LOCATION)
LOW NOx
Wiring locations
CAUTION: Heater must be electrically grounded and
bonded. Bonding lug is provided loose with the
heater. Install bonding lug on lower right or left side
of jacket as necessary for bonding the heater.
Mounting hole is provided on the jacket.
The Electronic Intermittent Ignition Device automatically lights the pilot and main burners upon a call for
heat. The heater is supplied with a dual-voltage transformer for 120 VAC or 240 VAC input power hookup.
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TRANSFORMER WIRING
120 VAC WIRING
For 120 VAC input power to the unit, connect the black wire to the “L1” or hot leg of the power supply. Connect
the white wire to the “Ret” or neutral leg of the power supply. Attach the wire nut to the red wire. There should
be no connection to the red wire for 120 VAC operation. For Low NOx pool heaters attach a wire nut to each
red wire independently.
120V ATMOSPHERIC HEATER
120V LOW NOx HEATER
HOT
HOT
L1
RETURN
or
NEUTRAL
SUPPLY
SIDE
BLACK
L1
BLACK
WHITE
WHITE
GREEN
GREEN
SUPPLY
SIDE
HEATER
4 WIRES
RETURN
or
NEUTRAL
BLACK
BLACK
BLACK
WHITE
WHITE
WHITE
GREEN
GREEN
HEATER
7 WIRES
GROUND
RED
RED
RED
240 VAC WIRING
For 240 VAC input power to the unit, connect the black wire to the “L1” or hot leg of the power supply. Connect
the red wire to the “L2” or second hot leg of the power supply. Attach the wire nut to the white wire. There should
be no connection to the white wire for 240 VAC operation. For Low NOx pool heaters attach a wire nut to
each white wire independently.
240V ATMOSPHERIC HEATER
240V LOW NOx HEATER
HOT
HOT
L1
SUPPLY
SIDE
BLACK
L1
BLACK
HOT
SUPPLY
SIDE
L2
RED
GREEN
RED
HEATER
4 WIRES
BLACK
BLACK
BLACK
HOT
RED
RED
RED
L2
HEATER
7 WIRES
GROUND
GREEN
GREEN
GREEN
WHITE
WHITE
WHITE
Heater must be electrically grounded and bonded in accordance with local codes, or, in the absence of local
codes, with the latest edition of the National Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA 70. (Canada - Canadian Electrical
Code, CSA C22.1, Part 1 and Part 2.)
NOTE: If the transformerʼs primary side is wired for 120 VAC and 240 VAC is applied, damage to the transformer
and PC board may result. Such damages are not covered under manufacturerʼs limited warranty.
NOTE: Input power to the heater (120 or 240 VAC) can be supplied from the load (pump) side of time clock or
directly from the GFCI power source. It is preferred to make connection to the load/pump side of the time
clock. If using the switched GFCI power source, the heater could display false service indicators on the display
panel if the pump is turned off.
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WIRING DIAGRAM - MILLIVOLT (MECHANICAL THERMOSTAT)
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WIRING DIAGRAM - DIGITAL MODELS - ATMOSPHERIC
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WIRING DIAGRAM - DIGITAL MODELS - LOW NOx
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SECTION 4 - SERVICING INSTRUCTIONS
GENERAL LOCATION OF CONTROLS
ATMOSPHERIC
Drain Plug
(Located in rear header)
Mounted On Top
Of Header
HL1 - High Limit
HL2 - High Limit
Pressure Switch
Temp Sensor/Well
Digital Thermostat
Circuit Board
Unitherm Governor
Draw Plug
Roll-Out
Switch
Transformer
Gas Valve
Pilot
LOW NOx
Drain Plug
(Located in rear header)
Draw Plug
Digital Thermostat
Circuit Board
Blower
Hose
Mounted On Top
Of Header
HL1 - High Limit
HL2 - High Limit
Pressure Switch
Temp Sensor/Well
Unitherm
Governor
Roll-Out
Switch
(Manual)
Blower
Gas Valve
Air
Switch
Pilot
Transformer
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CONTROL PANEL REMOVAL
CONTROL ADJUSTMENTS - MILLIVOLT MODELS
The water temperature is controlled by the heater thermostat on the upper front panel of the heater. The
control center contains an On/Off switch and one thermostat.
1. Remove screw from front door. Set aside door for
serviceability.
KNURLED
SCREW
The thermostat is fitted with a means of limiting the
upper temperature limit below the maximum level.
The knob stop adjustment ring illustrated below is
adjustable by loosening the set screw, rotating the
knob stop ring to the desired location and re-tightening
the set screw.
SPA TEMPERATURE
RANGE
POOL TEMPERATURE
RANGE
2. Remove (4) screws from sides of control panel.
3. Rotate control panel down until panel stops. Do
not force.
NOTE: Caution must be used to not damage controls
or wiring.
KNOB STOP RING
SET SCREW
STAND-BY
TEMPERATURE
CONTROL ADJUSTMENTS - DIGITAL MODELS
KNOB STOP SHOWN ABOVE IS
IN THE SPA TEMPERATURE RANGE
Temp Adjust Buttons
Mode Button
ON
OFF
LCD Display
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DIGITAL THERMOSTAT CONTROLS
Thermostat operation
Your heater is equipped with a microprocessor-controlled thermostat that controls the pool or spa temperature
by measuring the temperature of the water coming back through the heater. It will then monitor the water temperature and turn the heater back on when it senses that the water temperature is falling below the set point. It
is normal to experience small fluctuations in the return water temperature during the operation of the heater.
The thermostat is calibrated with a very narrow tolerance to ensure accuracy of the set temperature. Thus,
slight fluctuations in water temperature may cause your heater to cycle on and off frequently. This is
not a problem. It will not harm the heater nor interfere with the thermostatʼs ability to precisely control the temperature of the pool or spa.
WATER
TEMP
SET
POINT
TEMP
MODE
LCD Display
Temp Buttons
Program button
Mode Button
THERMOSTAT CONTROL OPERATION
The pool heater thermostat, located on the upper front
panel of the heater, controls the pool/spa water temperature. This control center contains a mode button,
up and down temperature adjustment buttons, and an
LCD display.
Mode
Pool or Spa
Actual Water
Temperature
Mode Button
The MODE button functions as a means to turn the
heater off or on in either the POOL or SPA setting. The
LCD display indicates the mode the heater is in and
the actual water temperature.
Flame Icon
Setpoint Temperature
DISPLAY CALL FOR HEAT
Fault History File
To access the Fault History File, press the Mode button until the display reads OFF. Press both the “UP”
and “DOWN” buttons at the same time (5-7 seconds)
until the display changes and shows a fault code. The
latest fault code will be displayed first. By pressing the
“UP” or “DOWN” buttons, a series of faults will be displayed from the last (highest number) to the first (lowest number). If the buttons are not touched after 5-7
seconds, the display will return to its normal operation.
Temp Buttons
If the heater is in POOL or SPA mode, the desired
water temperature (SETPOINT) will also be displayed
and may be changed using the UP or DOWN buttons.
A manual toggle switch is also provided right below the
MODE button to allow the heater to be turned off.
Operation
In the POOL or SPA modes, the actual water temperature is displayed along with the desired water temperature (SETPOINT). If the heater is firing, a flame icon
will be visible.
To adjust the setpoint temperature, make sure the control is in the appropriate mode (POOL or SPA) and
push the UP or DOWN buttons.
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Program Button
1) To access the program screen, press the Mode
button until the display reads OFF. Remove the
four screws holding the control cover on. Swing
control panel down so the back side of the board
is visible (see page 30). Locate the Program Mode
button as shown in the figure on pg. 32. Press the
program button (5-7 seconds) until SETdef
appears on the digital display. Release the program button.
F/Cfff – Fahrenheit to Celsius
Refer to step one above to access the program
screen. Press the Mode button until F/Cfff appears
on the digital display. The digital display is capable of
displaying Celsius as well as Fahrenheit temperatures.
The “UP” or “DOWN” buttons will select “F” or “C” on
the temperature display. Choose the desired temperature scale. Once this is done, reassemble the control
panel.
SETspa 104 – SPA Set Point Maximum Adjustment
Refer to step one above to access the program
screen. Press the Mode button until SETspa 104
appears on the digital display. Using the “UP” and
“DOWN” buttons will change the Maximum
Temperature Setting to your desired value. The control can be set for a maximum of 107°F. Once this is
done, reassemble the control panel.
2) Press the Mode button sequentially until the
desired program event is reached. There are 5 different events that can be programmed. They
appear in the sequence listed below:
Resets board to factory default settings.
SETpool 104 – POOL Set Point Maximum Adjustment
Refer to step one above access into the program
screen. Press the Mode button until SETpool 104
appears on the digital display. Using the “UP” and
“DOWN” buttons will change the Maximum
Temperature Setting to your desired value. The control can be set for a maximum of 107°F. Once this is
done, reassemble the control panel.
Resets faults in the History File.
Change from Fahrenheit to Celsius.
SPA setpoint maximum adjustment.
POOL setpoint maximum adjustment.
SETdef – Default Settings
Refer to step one above to access the program
screen. SETdef should appear on the screen. If not,
press the Mode button until SETdef appears on the
digital display. Press and hold both “UP” and “DOWN”
buttons for 5-7 seconds until 3 dashes (---) appear.
This operation resets the operating program to its factory default values. Both the POOL and SPA setpoints
will revert to 65°F (18.5°C) and both POOL and SPA
maximum temperature settings will be 104°F (40.0°C).
Once this is done, reassemble the control panel.
RESfl – Reset Fault History
Refer to step one above to access the program
screen. Press the Mode button until RESfl appears
on the digital display. Press and hold both “UP” and
“DOWN” buttons for 5-7 seconds until 2 dashes (--)
appear. This operation resets the Fault History file to
“0” and clears all the stored faults. Once this is done,
reassemble the control panel.
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NOTE: The LCD temperature display may not agree with the temperature reading of your pool or spa thermometer. The heater reads the water temperature at the inlet. Due to the circulation characteristics of any pool
or spa, the water temperature at the inlet to the heater may differ from that observed at a given location in the
pool or spa.
READING A FAULT
DIAGNOSTICS
The digital thermostat models are equipped with onboard diagnostic controls. If there is a safety fault, a
fault code will be displayed along with a service
indication.
The word “SERVICE” will flash on and off if the PC
board detects a known fault. The fault will be displayed in three big letters on the lower left of the display.
If the PRS fault code is displayed, it indicates that
there is insufficient water flow through the heater.
Make sure the pool filter and pump strainer are clean
before calling a service representative.
3 Letter
Fault Code
See table
for fault
definition
STATUS CODES
Display
Definition
CFH
Call for heat
CLK
Time clock
EOL
End of line test (Factory Use Only)
LON
Low NOx Unit
OFF
Off mode
PRO
Propane gas configured
REM
Remote control activated
SPK
Spark
SPR
Spare fault code indicator
Service Will
Flash
PROGRAM MODES
Display
Definition
CCC
Celsius setting
F/C
Change from Fahrenheit to Celsius
FFF
Fahrenheit setting
RES
Reset defaults
SET
Set point max adjustment
FAULT CODES
Display
Definition
BD1
Board failure
EEP
Microprocessor error
FAN
Blower pressure failure
FFL
Flame sensing when pilot and gas
valves are closed
GVC
Gas valve closed
GVO
Gas valve open
HL1
High limit switch #1 open
HL2
High limit switch #2 open
IGN
Ignition failure
ILO
Ignition lockout - Propane units only
PRS
Water pressure switch open
ROL
Heat roll-out safety switch open
SNS
Sensor failure, Water temp. below 36°F
or above 110°F
VNT
Vent switch open - This is jumped from
the factory.
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REMOTE CONTROL INSTALLATION AND OPERATION
CAUTION: Before installing remote controls to the digital thermostat model heaters read the following:
The digital thermostat model is remote-ready in most cases. The digital liquid crystal display (LCD) shows the
actual pool temperature, operating status, and service codes (See examples below). The touch pad on the control panel allows you to select the desired pool or spa temperature. It also indicates when a remote system is
controlling the heater by displaying REM in the display. When connecting the heater to a remote system, identify whether it is a two- or three-wire remote system. Select the appropriate instruction listed below to properly
install the remote to the heater.
OFF Mode
Heating in the SPA Mode
Heating in the POOL Mode
Remote Mode
ACTIVATING THE REMOTE
The digital thermostat heaters have the ability to disconnect from the remote it is wired to. To activate or
deactivate the remote follow these steps:
Pool Common
(BLK/ORN)
Spa Common
(ORN/BLK)
7-PIN Remote
Interface Harness
REM
Press and hold all three buttons for 5 to 7 seconds.
24VAC HOT
(BLU)
WATER
TEMP
SET
POINT
TEMP
REMOTE OPERATION
The digital model heaters are equipped with the ability
to
work
with
external
remote
controls.
The supplied 7-pin remote wiring connector supplies
power out to either a toggle switch or the switch contacts of a third party remote. The remote works by
either making or breaking the circuit created by the
remote wiring. Typically, a remote does not supply
power to the heater, it only provides a switching function to turn the heater On or Off. If your remote is
suppling its own voltage to the heater, it will not
work with this heater and may damage the digital
circuit board.
MODE
The digital display format will change and indicate
REMoFF or REMOn.
REMOn = External remote
control active (display will flash
REM)
REMoFF = Remote disabled
(heater thermostat will control
heater - use this mode to test
heater operation)
NOTE: When in remote operation, the keypad
mode and temp buttons are disabled. Remote will
flash even when the unit is off.
Note: Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) damage can be caused by
direct or indirect contact with the wiring or circuit board. When
one walks to the heater area, an electrostatic charge accumulates on the body. Contact of a finger allows the body to discharge, possibly causing device damage. This damage can be
limited if the service person discharges himself, following ESD
preventive/removal practices, and holds on to the heater enclosure for 5 seconds before proceeding.
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REMOTE CONTROL WIRING
Important Installation Notes for Remote or External Wiring Configuration
•
Remote wiring must be run in a separate conduit.
•
Remote wiring must not be run parallel to high voltage lines.
•
For runs of under 30 feet, remote wiring should have stranded conductors with a minimum of 22 AWG, 600V,
cable twisting 1.5 to 2.5 in. lay and jacketed.
•
For runs over 30 feet, the conductors should be a minimum of 20 AWG, 600V, cable twisting 1.5 to 2.5 inch
lay that is shielded and jacketed.
•
Maximum cable length is 200 feet.
•
For both two- and three-wire remote systems, the provided 7-pin wiring connector must be utilized. Please
refer to the wiring instructions.
Note: The remote wires must be connected to the 7-pin connector before
the connector is plugged into the board.
2-Wire Remote Control (On-Off)
This application assumes that only one heating function (pool or spa) is required.
1. Turn on power to the heater.
2. For a 2-Wire Remote Control from a remote without
Wire Nut - BLK/ORN
its own sensor, push the mode button to the “POOL”
To Pool (COMM)
or “SPA” mode and set the desired setpoint (eg. 102
°F for spa).
ORN/BLK - To Spa (COMM)
3. For a 2-Wire Remote Control from a remote with its
own sensor, push the mode button “POOL” or “SPA”
BLU - 24VAC
mode and set the temperature to the highest setting
available on the control. The actual setpoint will be
controlled by the remote control.
4. Turn the mode button to "OFF" and remove power
from the heater.
5. On the "Remote Interface Harness", connect the
BLUE wire to one side of the "REMOTE" switch and
P8 Connector
connect the other side to either the ORANGE/BLACK
wire for "SPA" operation or the BLACK/ORANGE
wire for "POOL" operation.
6. Attach wire nut on unused wire to the "Remote
Interface Harness."
7. Install the "7-Pin Remote Interface Harness" to the
P8 connector and turn power “On” to the heater.
See instructions on previous page to activate the
remote control.
3-Wire Remote Control Using Three-Position Switch (Pool-Off-Spa, or Low-Off-High)
This application assumes that both heating functions (pool and spa) are required.
1. Turn on power to the heater.
2. Push the mode button to the "POOL" or "SPA"
BLK/ORN - To Pool (COMM)
mode and set the desired temperature for each
(eg. 80°F for Pool and 102°F for Spa).
ORN/BLK - To Spa (COMM)
3. Turn the mode button to "OFF" and remove power
BLU - 24VAC
from the heater.
4. On the "Remote Interface Harness" connect the
BLUE wire to one side of the "REMOTE" switch
and connect the ORANGE/BLACK wire for "SPA"
operation and the BLACK/ORANGE wire for the
"POOL" operation.
5. Install the "Remote Interface Harness" to the P8
P8 Connector
connector and turn power "ON" to the heater.
See instructions on previous page to activate the
remote control.
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WATER PRESSURE SWITCH
The water pressure switch, or heater actuator, ensures
that the heater operates only when the filter pump is in
operation. It is located on the inlet/outlet header. It is
factory set at 1.75 PSI for deck-level installations.
When the heater is located below the level of the spa
or pool, it may be necessary to adjust the pressure
switch to compensate for the no-flow static head. If it
is necessary to adjust the water pressure switch, utilize the following procedure:
to operate the heater. This is apparent when the water
pressure switch cannot be further adjusted or if the
heater makes banging noises or shuts off on high limit.
In these cases, the pump must be run at high speed
when heating the water.
CAUTION: Do not operate the heater without the
function of a properly adjusted water pressure switch
or flow switch.
FLAME ROLL-OUT SAFETY SWITCH
Atmospheric heaters are
equipped with a thermal cutoff
device to prevent flame roll-out
in the event the heat exchanger becomes blocked. This is a
"single-use" type fusible link or
thermal fuse, that must be
replaced when disabled by an
over-temperature condition, caused by excessive
restriction in the heat exchanger flue passage.
WATER PRESSURE SWITCH ADJUSTMENT
1. Make sure the pool filter is
clean before adjusting the
switch.
2. Set the heater control to the
OFF mode.
3. Turn the filter pump on and
confirm that the pressure
Adjustment
Knob
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
switch is closed (use a multimeter to check). If the
pressure switch fails to close, either the switch setting is too high or not enough pressure is being
supplied by the filter pump.
Turn the heater ON.
Manually turn the pressure adjustment knob clockwise until the heater shuts off. (A flat screwdriver
may be necessary if knob is too tight.)
Slowly turn the adjustment knob counter-clockwise
until the heater calls for heat again.
Turn an additional 1/2 turn counter-clockwise.
While the heater is running, check the adjustment
by turning the pump off and on several times. The
burners should shut off immediately when the
pump is turned off. If it does not, repeat the above
steps until proper operation is observed.
NOTE: An erratic high limit is often characteristic of an
internal heat exchanger problem, e.g. scale build-up,
defective bypass. Refer to Troubleshooting section (on
pg. 42).
HIGH LIMIT REMOVAL
1. Shut off main electrical
power switch to heater.
2. Remove inlet/outlet
inspection panel.
3. Remove defective high
limit and replace with a
new high limit.
4. Replace inspection panel.
MAY REQUIRE ADJUSTMENT
FOR LOWER PRESSURE
PRESSURE SWITCH
ADJUSTMENT RANGE
PILOT SAFETY - Millivolt Models
Heaters equipped with the standing pilot (millivolt system) have pilot generators which act as a safety
device to shut off the flow of gas to the main burners
and the pilot burner in case the pilot flame is extinguished. The pilot burner must be manually re-lighted
to place the heater in operation again. Refer to the
lighting instructions provided on the heater label.
5 FT.
MAX
MAY REQUIRE ADJUSTMENT
FOR HIGHER PRESSURE
5 FT.
MAX
HIGH LIMITS
The heater is equipped with two automatic high limits.
Both are located in the inlet/outlet header. Both are set
to open at 135°F.
POOL OR SPA
NOTE: If heater is installed outside of the limits
shown, a higher pressure rated (11 psi) switch may be
used. A flow switch, mounted and wired adjacent to the
heater, may be used in place of the factory-mounted
pressure switch. See Parts List (pg. 51) for 11 psi
water pressure switch.
TWO-SPEED PUMPS
In some cases, the flow on the low-speed is insufficient
PILOT SAFETY - Digital Models
The heater employs a pilot safety which closes the
main gas valve within 8/10ths of a second whenever
the pilot flame is interrupted. The pilot flame is automatically lit when the device is powered. The heater
performs its own safety check and opens the main
valve only after the pilot is proven to be lit.
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BURNER TRAY REMOVAL ATMOSPHERIC MODELS
1. Shut off main electrical power switch to heater.
2. Shut off gas upstream of heater.
3. Remove front door.
4. Disconnect gas line from gas valve.
5. Remove (2) screws that mount burner tray to unit,
and (2) screws that secure gas valve to jacket.
6. Disconnect wires that terminate at gas valve.
7. Disconnect hi-tension wire from PC board.
8. Slide out burner tray.
9. Reverse above procedure to reinstall.
GAS VALVE REMOVAL ATMOSPHERIC MODELS
1. Shut off gas supply to the heater. Remove gas
piping to gas valve inlet.
2. Disconnect wires, pilot tubing and bleed line, if
required.
3. Remove burner tray from heater.
4. Turn vertical gas pipe from manifold slightly and
unscrew gas valve.
5. Reverse above procedure to reinstall.
MAIN BURNER AND ORIFICE REMOVAL ATMOSPHERIC MODELS
1. Remove burner tray.
2. Remove screws and burner hold-down bracket.
NOTE: If the heat exchanger is sooted badly, the
burner hold-down bracket and spacer can become distorted from direct-flame impingement and this usually
necessitates replacement of these parts.
3. Lift burners from slotted spacers and slide from orifices. Clean with a wire brush.
4. Orifices usually do not need to be replaced. To
clean, run either copper wire or wood toothpick
through orifice. Do not enlarge hole. To remove
orifice, use a socket wrench and remove from
manifold. DO NOT overtighten when reinstalling.
GAS VALVE
PILOT
BURNER
GAS
ORIFICE
BURNER
HOLD-DOWN
BRACKET
PILOT REMOVAL AND CLEANING
1. Disconnect pilot tubing and wires from gas valve.
2. Remove pilot assembly from burner tray.
3. Remove pilot from bracket.
4. Remove pilot orifice and air opening (Honeywell
MV unit only), and clean with wire or small brush.
CAUTION! Do not enlarge hole in pilot orifice.
5. Reverse above procedure to reinstall.
HONEYWELL MILLIVOLT
PILOT
Pilot
ROBERTSHAW MILLIVOLT
PILOT
Pilot
Air
Opening
Orifice
Orifice
HEAT EXCHANGER REMOVAL
1. Shut water, gas and electricity off, close valves and
relieve pressure, then remove relief valve. Remove
side inspection panels.
2. Remove top jacket holding screws.
3. Remove rear top panel.
4. Remove screws mounting the rain shield to the rear
panel. Also remove the screws that mount the rain
shield to the sway brace. Remove rain shield.
5. Remove the four (4) screws holding down the flue
collector. Remove the flue collector.
6. Disconnect flange nuts on Inlet/Outlet header,
loosen union(s) at gas pipe and slide heater away
from piping.
7. Lift heat exchanger straight up using caution not to
damage refractory.
8. Reverse above procedure to reinstall. Make sure
the insulation strips are properly replaced on top of
the refractory retainer.
206-406
Atmospheric
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Extension Pieces (2)
Auger with Carbide Tip
TUBE CLEANING PROCEDURE
Establish a regular inspection schedule, the frequency
depending on the local water conditions and the severity of service. Do not let the tubes clog up solidly.
Clean out deposits over 1/16" in thickness.
Wire Brush
IMMERSION WELL REPLACEMENT
(Millivolt and ASME)
1. Shut off water to heater and drain heat exchanger.
2. Remove access panel on water connection side.
3. Remove old immersion well with bushing and
sleeve.
4. Install replacement well in header.
The heater may be cleaned from the return header
side, without breaking pipe connections. It is preferable, however, to remove both headers for better visibility through the tubes and to be sure the ground-up
lime dust does not get into the system.
NOTE: Installation in polymer header should be hand
tight plus 1/2 turn.
Note that you do not remove the top panel or the
heater exchanger, generally.
After reaming, mount the wire brush in place of the
auger and clean out debris remaining in the tubes.
Well Assembly
Another method is to remove the heat exchanger,
ream tubes and immerse heat exchanger in non-inhibited de-scale solvent for severe scale build-up.
DESOOTING PROCEDURE
WARNING: SOOT IS COMBUSTIBLE. EXERCISE
EXTREME CARE.
UNITHERM GOVERNOR (U.G.) REPLACEMENT
1. Shut water, gas and electricity off, close valves
and relieve pressure.
2. Drain heat exchanger.
3. Remove retainer plug located next to the outlet
pipe connection.
4. Unsnap old U.G. to remove from retainer plug.
Snap in new U.G.
5. Reinstall retainer plug, taking care to lubricate
gasket with a non-petroleum based grease such
as AquaLube.
Soot will clog areas between fins and cause eventual
tube failure. Any sign of soot at the base of the burners or around the outer jacket indicates a need for
cleaning.
1. Remove top and flue collector from cabinet.
2. Remove "V" baffles from heat exchanger.
3. Remove burner tray. (See pg. 38).
4. Remove heat exchanger from the heater and wash
with a garden hose, making sure soot is removed
from spaces between fins.
5. Reverse above procedure to reinstall.
NOTE: In extreme cases it may be necessary to do
steam cleaning at the local car wash. DO NOT WIRE
BRUSH.
Retainer Plug
U.G.
Spring
COMBUSTION CHAMBER REMOVAL
To remove combustion chamber, you must first have
removed the heat exchanger.
Gasket
To test the operation of the Unitherm Governor, place
in hot water (over 110°F) and watch for movement
against spring. If there is no movement, replace unit.
Atmospheric Heaters
Low NOx Heaters
REFRACTORY PANELS - TOP VIEW
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LOW NOx POOL HEATERS
The Low NOx pool heaters are certified and tested
under the ANSI Z21.56/CSA 4.7 Standard for GasFired Pool Heaters.
BLOWER ADJUSTMENT
This Low NOx pool heater is equipped with a combustion air plate (baffle) mounted on the air intake to the
combustion air blower. The baffle has a hole that is utilized to control the air inlet to the blower.
The heater should be installed to meet all local codes,
and the latest editions of the National Fuel Gas Code
Z223.1 and the National Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA
70.
When the combustion air setting is proper, there will be
some lifting of the flames on some areas of the burner
deck under cold-start conditions. After about five minutes of operation, the flames should settle down and
blue tips should become visible. Lifting of flames
beyond five minutes would indicate too much combustion air.
OPERATION
On call for heat, the ignition system, consisting of an
electronic spark module, gas valve and pilot system, is
energized. Providing the pilot is proven, the blower
will start running, the main gas valve will open and the
heater will operate. When the operating control is satisfied the heater will shut down.
VISUAL INSPECTION
Flames can be observed through the slot opening
above the plenum. Flame color is blue and evenly
spread on the top surface of the burner. At least every
three months a visual inspection should be made of
the burners.
START-UP PROCEDURES
1. Turn on power to the heater with gas supply off.
2. Turn on gas supply.
3. Set controller to call for heat.
4. System should start as follows:
a. Spark will turn on, pilot gas valve will open, and
the blower will begin running.
b. Once the blower provides pressure, the main
gas valve will open.
c. Heater will operate until call for heat is satisfied.
ELECTRICAL
Be sure that electrical service to the heater has proper overload fuse or circuit breaker protection, wire size
and connections which comply with all applicable
codes.
FLAME ROLL-OUT SAFETY SWITCH
Low NOx heaters are equipped with a thermal cut-off
device to prevent flame roll-out in the event the heat
exchanger becomes blocked. It is a "manual reset"
type roll-out switch that must be reset by a service
technician after any over-temperature conditions have
been fixed. Excessive restriction in the heat exchanger flue passage may cause the switch to disable the
heater.
NOTE: Door must be in place for proper operation.
Manual Reset Switch
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LOW NOx HEATERS (CONTINUED)
MAIN BURNER AND ORIFICE REMOVAL
BAFFLE MOUNTED
INLET SIDE
1. Remove burner tray, following above procedure.
2. Remove pilot. See pilot removal procedure.
3. Remove (8) total screws from the burner holddown brackets, front and rear of tray.
4. Remove (8) total screws from the left and right
sides of the manifold assembly. Detach the air/gas
manifold assembly from the burner tray assembly.
5. Remove burners by raising them straight up off the
rear end slots.
6. Use a long 9/16” socket wrench to remove orifice
from the gas manifold.
7. Reverse above procedure to reinstall.
COMBUSTION
AIR BLOWER
PILOT
LOW NOx
BURNER
GAS ORIFICE
GAS VALVE
BURNER
HOLD-DOWN
BRACKET
Electrode Alignment
Detail
207-407
Low NOx Burner Tray
BURNER TRAY REMOVAL
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
Shut off main electrical power switch to heater.
Shut off gas upstream of heater.
Remove front door.
Disconnect gas line from gas valve.
Remove (2) screws that mount burner tray to the
base of the unit, and (2) screws that mount the
blower box to the burner tray, and (1) screw that
secures the anti-rotation bracket to the heater.
Disconnect wires that terminate at gas valve.
Unscrew (4) screws that secure the control box.
Disconnect pilot wire from the pilot assembly.
Disconnect wire connector from the combustion
blower.
Carefully slide out the burner tray assembly.
Reverse above procedure to reinstall.
Low NOx Horizontal Pilot
PILOT REMOVAL
1. Disconnect pilot tubing from gas valve.
2. Remove the pilot wire from the pilot assembly.
3. Remove (2) screws that mount the pilot assembly
to the burner tray.
4. Pull the pilot assembly downwards and outwards.
5. Reverse above procedure to reinstall.
COMBUSTION BLOWER REMOVAL
GAS VALVE REMOVAL
1. Remove the (2) screws that secure the blower box
to the burner tray.
2. Remove (2) screws that mount the blower box to
the base of the heater.
3. Disconnect wire connector from the combustion
blower.
4. Carefully remove blower box with combustion
blower.
5. Remove (2) screws that secure combustion blower to blower box.
6. Reverse above procedure to reinstall.
1. Remove burner tray, following above procedure.
2. Disconnect, pilot tubing from gas valve.
3. Remove (2) screws that mount anti-rotation
bracket to the burner tray.
4. Turn vertical gas pipe from manifold slightly and
unscrew gas valve.
5. Reverse above procedure to reinstall.
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SECTION 5 - TROUBLESHOOTING
MECHANICAL
IMPORTANT NOTICE These instructions are intended for the use of qualified personnel who are specifically trained and experienced in the
installation of this type of heating equipment and related system components. Installation and service personnel may be required by some
states to be licensed. Persons not qualified shall not attempt to install this equipment nor attempt repairs according to these instructions.
PROBLEM
CAUSE
SOLUTION
Harmonics, or whining noise U.G. inoperative...................................
*Debris or restriction in system............
*Debris in gas line................................
Low flow...............................................
Check movement by putting in hot water (110°F or higher).
If no movement, replace.
Locate the restriction and remove. Flush system and clean.
Remove debris or blow out gas line.
Scale forming in heat exchanger - clean heat exchanger and
check pool pH and total alkalinity.
Dirty filter..............................................
Low water level in pool........................
External bypass setting out of
adjustment............................................
*Pressure switch out of adjustment.....
Adjust bypass.
Adjust pressure switch.
Liming or scale forming in
exchanger
Pool water............................................
Bypassing too much water...................
U.G. not functioning.............................
See Water Chemistry on page 2.
Inspect bypass for movement, if no movement, replace.
Replace if no movement when heated.
Sooting
High flow rates.....................................
Reduce by adding manual bypass valve.
Adjust manual bypass valve until heater outlet water
temperature is between 105°F and 110°F.
Check movement by putting in hot water (110°F or higher).
If no movement, replace.
Refer to installation instructions.
Follow recommended installation instructions.
Heater going on and off
continuously
U.G. Inoperative...................................
*Air starvation.......................................
*Improper venting................................
*Insects or debris clogging
burner intake ports.............................
Clean or replace filter.
Raise water level.
Clean burners.
Pilot outage
Low gas pressure................................
Restricted pilot.....................................
Weak pilot generator............................
Adjust gas pressure.
Clean pilot.
Replace pilot.
Yellow lazy flame
Low gas pressure................................
*Insects or debris clogging
burner intake ports...............................
Adjust gas pressure.
Outer jacket very hot
(paint blistered)
*Broken refractory caused by
shipping damage or improper
combustion.........................................
Excessive sooting of heat exchanger..
Replace refractory panels.
Determine cause of sooting & correct.
Filter not running long enough.............
Dirty filter..............................................
Gas line or meter undersized...............
Calculate heating capacity of heater:
Htr. output(BTUH)
Pool gallonage x 8.33 or refer to heater sizing chart.
This does not take into account heat loss due to weather.
Reset time clock.
Clean filter.
Refer to installation instructions.
Leaking at well
Overacid...............................................
Replace well and maintain proper water chemistry.
Leaking at heat exchanger
Overacid...............................................
Replace heat exchanger and maintain proper water chemistry.
Gasket brittle and leaking (overheated)
Heater running after pump shuts off....
Refractory damage..............................
Sooted heater.......................................
See Pressure Switch Adjustment.
Replace refractory.
Determine cause of sooting and correct.
Combustion fan not running
Fan relay..............................................
Fan........................................................
Burned motor ......................................
Air pressure switch...............................
Replace fan relay.
Loose connection or failed motor.
Incorrect wiring, replace blower.
Replace air switch.
Takes too long to heat
pool or spa
Under-sized heater...............................
Clean burners.
* Indicates symptom which usually occurs on initial start-up.
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ELECTRICAL - STANDING PILOT MILLIVOLT
POOL OR SPA HEATER
ELECTRICAL CHECK WITH MILLIVOLT GAS VALVE
CAUTION: For qualified service personnel only.
1. Filter must be on with adequate water flow through heater.
2. Gas valve must be in "ON" position. Thermostat set higher than pool water temperature.
3. Jumpers are for temporary check only. If left in place, they could cause the heater to burn up.
Light pilot
If pilot burner goes out
when main burner lights
or when gas valve knob
is released
If pilot burner remains lit
Jump across both "TH"
wires on gas valves
If main burner fires,
remove jumper
If main burner does not
fire, remove jumper
Jump across pressure
switch terminals
If pilot burner stays on
If main burner fires,
remove jumper
If main burner does not
fire, remove jumper
Clean filter
Jump across thermostat
Check for adequate water
flow from filter
If main burner fires,
remove jumper
Replace pressure switch
Replace thermostat
Remove both "TH"
wires from gas valve.
Relight pilot
Replace
gas
valve
Problem is a wire or
component short to
cabinet or low gas
pressure
If main burner does
NOT fire...
Jump across each
high limit and remove
jumper
Replace high limit that
caused heater to fire
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If pilot burner
does not light
Check gas supply, gas
line size, gas pressure.
Also check for insects
or debris in pilot output
If burner does not remain
lit, attach millivolt meter
and read pilot output
If above 500mV,
replace gas valve
If below 500mV, check
gas pressure. Also check
for insects or debris in
the pilot burner
If output is still low,
replace pilot generator
1
Raw Output (700mV± 100)
Pilot generator disconnected from valve (knob
must be held down to keep pilot on).
White – Negative
Red + Positive
2
Pilot Load (500mV± 100)
Pilot generator connected to valve-Power
applied to pilot solenoid.
TP(Thermopile-Robertshaw)
PP(Power Pile-Honeywell)
TH TP – Common
TH PP – Common
3
Main Valve Load (200mV± 100)
Control/Limit circuit closed (All switches "ON")
TP(Thermopile-Robertshaw)
PP(Power Pile-Honeywell)
TH TP – Common
TH PP – Common
ELECTRICAL - ELECTRONIC IGNITION IID
WARNING HIGH VOLTAGE
For qualified technicians ONLY
NOTE: Some heaters may be equipped with an ignition module that shuts off pilot
gas if pilot fails to light. To reset, interrupt power to heater.
START
TURN GAS SUPPLY OFF.
TURN THERMOSTAT
(CONTROLLER) TO CALL
FOR HEAT
POWER TO PC BOARD?
(24 V NOMINAL)
YES
SPARK ACROSS
IGNITER/SENSOR GAP?
YES
NOTE: Before troubleshooting, familiarize yourself with the start-up and check-out
procedure.
NO
NO
Check line voltage power, low voltage transformer, limit controller, thermostat
(controller) and wiring.
Pull ignition lead and check spark at PC board.
Spark Okay?
YES
NO
Replace the PC board.
• Check ignition cable, ground wiring, ceramic insulator and gap, and correct.
• Check boot of the ignition cable for signs of melting or buckling. Take protective
action to shield cable and boot from excessive temperatures.
TURN GAS SUPPLY ON
PILOT BURNER LIGHTS?
YES
MAIN BURNER LIGHTS?
YES
SYSTEM RUNS UNTIL
CALL FOR HEAT ENDS?
YES
NO
• Check that all manual gas valves are open, supply tubing and pressures are
good, and pilot burner orifice is not blocked.
• Check electrical connections between PC board and pilot operator on gas control.
• Check for 24 VAC across PV-MV/PV terminals on PC board. If voltage is okay,
replace gas control; if not, replace PC board.
NOTE: If PC board goes into lockout, reset system. Lockout is used on L.P.G.
models.
NO
• Check for 24 VAC across MV-MV/PV terminals. If no voltage, replace module.
• Check electrical connections between PC board and gas control. If okay, replace
gas valve or gas control operator, i.e. pilot gas valve, flow switch etc.
NO
NOTE: IF PC board goes into lockout, reset system.
• Check continuity of ignition cable and ground wire.
NOTE: If ground is poor or erratic, shutdowns may occur occasionally even though
operation is normal at the time of checkout.
• Check that pilot flame covers flame rod and is steady and blue.
• If checks are okay, replace PC board.
CALL FOR HEAT ENDS
SYSTEM SHUTS OFF?
YES
NO
• Check for proper thermostat (controller) operation.
• Remove MV lead at module; if valve closes, recheck temperature controller and
wiring; if not, replace gas valve.
TROUBLESHOOTING
ENDS
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DIGITAL CONTROL LOGIC - FLOW CHART
Power On
Is the water
temperature displayed?
NO
• Check On/Off switch (under lid on control panel)
• Check for 120/240 volts to the transformer
(time clock, circuit breaker, wire connections)
• Check for 24 volts to Circuit Board (P6 connector)
YES
REM and Water Temperature
displayed and flashing
(a remote control is controlling the heater)
Note: Disconnect the remote by turning the
remote function off. See page 35 for instructions.
Push MODE
switch to select
"Pool" or "SPA"
Push Temp
arrow to scroll to
desired temperature
Water temperature
and set
temperature
displayed?
NO
NO
Is SERVICE displayed and flashing?
YES
Diagnostic Readouts
"SNS" - Temperature sensor out of range (replace sensor)
YES
Sensor Failure
Inspect thermister, wires, and connector at Terminal P1
Check resistance value of the thermister. Reference to chart below.
Replace thermister if not within 10% of values shown below.
If okay, replace Circuit Board.
Sensor resistance at various temperatures
CFH
(call for heat) will
display briefly
Temp Degrees F 40
50 60
70
80
90
Resistance (k) 261.1 199.0 153.1 118.8 93.0 73.3
58.3
106
51.0
If okay, replace Circuit Board
SPK
Flame icon displayed
and flashing?
(pilot lit and rectified)
NO
PRS
Pressure switch. Verify water flow and pressure
CLEAN FILTER / STRAINER - backwash if neccessary.
HL1
HL2
High limit switch. Verify water flow. Inspect internal
Thermostat (Unitherm Governor) and bypass valve.
ROL
Rollout Sensor - Check for blocked heat exchanger and soot.
Atmospheric Units - Replace fusible link.
Low NOx Units - Press manual reset button.
CLK
Fireman or Remote switch connected to safety loop is in the
OFF mode.
VNT
Vent switch open. Check connections to the board.
If extractor installed, troubleshoot extractor.
IGN
Ignition control failure. Check power at PV.
PLT
Pilot failure. Check spark (bad ignition circuit or hi-tension wire).
Verify gas to the heater. Verify valve operation (gas present at
tube fitting). Verify clean pilot orifice and clearance from
igniter to ground hood. If pilot is lit, verify that the flame is
rectified (the spark will be off)
YES
Heater Fired?
100
NO
Verify power at MV on P-4 Terminal on digital circuit board.
Verify power to valve MV voltage. (Replace valve.)
YES
END
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SECTION 6 - REPLACEMENT PARTS
NOTE: To supply you with the correct part, it is important that you supply the heater model number, serial
number and type of gas when applicable.
If determined defective by the Company and within
warranty, a like part or equal substitution will be
returned, freight collect. Credit will not be issued.
Any part returned for replacement under standard
company warranties must be properly tagged with a
return parts tag, completely filled in with the heater
serial number, model number, etc., and shipped to the
Company freight prepaid.
MANUFACTURER:
2151 EASTMAN AVENUE
OXNARD, CA 93030
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3-V
ATMOSPHERIC HEATERS
1-S
14-M
13-S
4-V
1-V
2-S
6-HP
2-V
5-HP
7-HP
12-HM
3-HP
3-R
14-M
6-HP
4-HP
12-S
6-S
4-S
7-S
17-HM
11-S
8-S
10-M
5-C
9-M
9-M
4-C
2-R
4-S
2-M 4-M
11-M
2-B
2-J
13-M
5-M
12-M
3-S
1-G
16-M
16-M
5-S
3-B
5-B
10-S
1-B
48
4-B
1-J
1-R
LOW NOx HEATERS
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3-M
(OPTIONAL)
6-C
14-HM
2-S
16-HM
13-HM
9-S
1-M
15-HM
2-C
6-HM
5-HM
2-HM
3-C
12-HM
7-HM
4-HM
10-HM
4-S
3-HM
8-HM
17-HM
11-HM
9-HM
2-P
7-P
9-P
HONEYWELL IID ATMOSPHERIC PILOT
POLYMER IN/OUT HEADER AND ACCESSORIES
1-P
1-P
5-P
8-P
2-P
6-P
6-P
3-P
4-P
9-P
HONEYWELL MILLIVOLT PILOT
IID LOW NOx PILOT
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ATMOSPHERIC HEATERS
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B
1-B
DESCRIPTION
BURNER TRAY
Burner Tray w/Burners (sea level)*
Burner Tray w/o Burners (sea level)*
Burner Tray w/Gas Valve Nat Millivolt
Burner Tray w/Gas Valve Pro Millivolt
Burner Tray w/Gas Valve Nat IID
Burner Tray w/Gas Valve Pro IID
2-B
Burner Spacer/Hold Down Kit
3-B
Burner
4-B
Burner Orifice Nat. #50 (Sea Level)*
Burner Orifice Pro. #57 (Sea Level)*
5-B
Burner Tray w/o Manifold w/o burners
C
CONTROLS
1-C
Thermostat Auto Reset 135 Deg Surface Mount
2-C
AGS 135° (Auto Gas Shut-Off) - Red Epoxy
High Limit 140° - Black Epoxy
3-C
4-C
P. C. Board/Control IID Units
5-C
Thermostat Control MV Units Mechanical
6-C
Temperature Sensor IID Units
G
GAS VALVE
1-G
Combination Valve - Nat. MV
Combination Valve - Pro. MV
Combination Valve - Nat. IID
Combination Valve - Pro. IID
HP
HEAT EXCHANGER - POLYMER
Heat Exchange Assy Copper
1-HP
Heat Exchange Assy Cupro Nickel
2-HP
Inlet/Outlet Header Complete
Inlet/Outlet Header (Includes 6-HP)
3-HP
Return Header (Includes 6-HP)
Tube Bundle Copper **
4-HP
Tube Bundle Cupro Nickel **
5-HP Baffle
6-HP Flange Nut Kit
7-HP O Ring Gasket (2)
8-HP
Sensor Adapter Digital Electronic
Sensor Well Millivolt
9-HP
Bypass Kit
10-HP Bypass Valve
11-HP Bypass Dam / Shaft
12-HP Bypass Spring (All Sizes Included)
13-HP
Unitherm Governor
14-HP
Unitherm Governor Plug
15-HP
Drain Plug
16-HP
Inlet/Outlet Header Dam
17-HP
2" PVC Connector & Nut (2)
O Ring (2)
18-HP
19-HP
Inlet/Outlet Header Baffle w/Header Dam
206A
266A
336A
406A
010391F
010392F
010393F
010394F
010395F
010396F
010397F
010398F
010399F
010400F
010401F
010402F
010403F
010404F
010405F
010406F
010410F
010407F
010408F
010409F
010411F
010412F
010413F
010414F
010415F
010416F
010417F
010418F
301210/13 301210/18 301210/22 301210/27
350079F/13 350079F/18 350079F/22 350079F/27
350083F/13 350083F/18 350083F/22 350083F/27
010421F
010422F
010423F
010424F
006725F
600892B
600893B
010253F
003346F
009577F
006725F
600892B
600893B
010253F
003346F
009577F
006725F
600892B
600893B
010253F
003346F
009577F
006725F
600892B
600893B
010253F
003346F
009577F
003898F
003899F
003900F
004306F
003898F
003899F
003900F
004306F
003898F
003899F
003900F
004306F
003898F
003899F
003900F
004306F
010043F
010356F
006827F
006706F
006707F
010059F
010364F
010038F
008259F
006713F
006714F
006805F
006715F
006716F
006717F
006718F
006719F
006720F
006721F
010044F
010357F
006827F
006706F
006707F
010060F
010365F
005261F
008259F
006713F
006714F
006805F
006715F
006716F
006717F
006718F
006719F
006720F
006721F
010045F
010358F
006827F
006706F
006707F
010061F
010366F
010040F
008259F
006713F
006714F
006805F
006715F
006716F
006717F
006718F
006719F
006720F
006721F
010046F
010359F
006827F
006706F
006707F
010062F
010367F
010041F
008259F
006713F
006714F
006805F
006715F
006716F
006717F
006718F
006719F
006720F
006721F
N/A Use 19-HP N/A Use 19-HP N/A Use 19-HP N/A Use 19-HP
006723F
006724F
006826F
006723F
006724F
006826F
006723F
006724F
006826F
006723F
006724F
006826F
*FOR INSTALLATION AT OVER 2,000 FEET ABOVE SEA LEVEL, DERATE 4% PER I,000 FEET ABOVE SEA LEVEL.
**WARNING: The Hydraulic conditions or water chemistry that caused the tube bundle to fail have very likely also
damaged the bypass valve and Unitherm Governor. We recommend you replace the Unitherm Governor and
inspect the bypass assembly. Failure to do so could cause premature failure of this replacement part.
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ATMOSPHERIC HEATERS
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HM
1-HM
2-HM
15-HM
16-HM
3-HM
4-HM
5-HM
6-HM
7-HM
8-HM
9-HM
10-HM
11-HM
12-HM
13-HM
14-HM
17-HM
J
1-J
2-J
M
1-M
2-M
3-M
4-M
5-M
6-M
7-M
8-M
9-M
10-M
11-M
12-M
13-M
14-M
15-M
16-M
17-M
P
1-P
2-P
3-P
Pilot Nat & Pro IID
4-P
5-P
6-P
7-P
8-P
9-P
10-P
11-P
R
1-R
2-R
3-R
DESCRIPTION
HEAT EXCHANGER - METAL
Heat Exchange Assy.Copper ASME CI
Heat Exchange Assy.Cupro Nickel ASME CI
Inlet/Outlet Header ASME CI Complete
Inlet/Outlet Header ASME CI
Inlet & Outlet Flange
Flange Gasket 1 1/2" Connections
Flange Gasket 2" Connections
Return Header ASME CI
Tube Bundle Copper ASME *
Tube Bundle Cupro Nickel ASME *
Baffle
Stud Bolt Kit
Header Gasket (9)
Unitherm Governor
U.G. Retainer Spring
Bypass Valve
Bypass Spring
Drain Valve
Sensor Well
Well Retaining Clip
Rear Drain Plug & Cover
CONTROL BOX
Transformer 120/240/24V
Rocker Switch
MISCELLANEOUS COMPONENTS
Pressure Switch 1.75 PSI
Pressure Switch 11 PSI Special-See Water Pressure Switch Adj.
Thermostat Knob
Thermostat Shaft MV
Knobstop
Thermal Fuse
PRV 125 PSI (Optional)
Deliming Kit
Wire/Harness Millivolt
Wire/Harness IID
Control Bezel MV (Includes Dial Decal)
Dial Decal MV
Control Bezel IID (Includes Switch Decal)
Switch/Decal-Membrane
Control Bezel Cover
Gasket Insulation (Swaybrace & Jacket Top)
Touch-up Paint (Green)
Touch-up Paint (Dark Gray)
Tie Down Bracket (Optional)
Texas Code Add/On (ASME Only)
PILOT
Pilot Nat. MV
Pilot Pro. MV
Pilot Orifice Nat. MV
Pilot Orifice Pro. MV
Pilot Orifice Nat. IID .020
Pilot Orifice Pro. IID .012
Pilot Generator MV
Pilot MTG Bracket MV
Pilot Mounting Bracket IID
Lighter Tube (MV Units Only)
Pilot Tube
Hi Tension Wire IID with Pilot Electrode
Pilot Shield
REFRACTORY
Refractory Common Lt & Rt
Refractory Uncommon (Front & Rear)
Refractory Retainer Kit
206A
266A
336A
406A
010051F
010360F
006730F
012319F
003766F
062236B
800080B
006731F
010055F
010368F
010038F
007870F
800014B
062234B
850254
062235B
850252
500719
003765F
300203
005264F
006727F
010361F
006730F
012319F
003766F
062236B
800080B
006731F
006733F
010369F
005261F
007870F
800014B
062234B
850254
062235B
850253
500719
003765F
300203
005264F
010053F
010362F
006730F
012319F
003766F
062236B
800080B
006731F
010057F
010370F
010040F
007870F
800014B
062234B
850254
062235B
850253
500719
003765F
300203
005264F
010054F
010363F
006730F
012319F
003766F
062236B
800080B
006731F
010058F
010371F
010041F
007870F
800014B
062234B
850254
062235B
850253
500719
003765F
300203
005264F
006736F
009493F
006736F
009493F
006736F
009493F
006736F
009493F
006737F
009133F
009499F
800307
006886F
005899F
008091F
052871F
010386F
009490F
009489F
009858F
009491F
009492F
009487F
010350F
750125
750126
011636
012011
006737F
009133F
009499F
800307
006886F
005899F
007224F
052871F
010386F
009490F
009489F
009858F
009491F
009492F
009487F
010350F
750125
750126
011636
012011
006737F
009133F
009499F
800307
006886F
005899F
007224F
052871F
010386F
009490F
009489F
009858F
009491F
009492F
009487F
010350F
750125
750126
011636
012011
006737F
009133F
009499F
800307
006886F
005899F
007224F
052871F
010386F
009490F
009489F
009858F
009491F
009492F
009487F
010350F
750125
750126
011636
012011
600525B
600575B
002003F
003901F
003902F
003903F
004308F
600019B
010352F
306692
062996
004078F
007864F
010351F
600525B
600575B
002003F
003901F
003902F
003903F
004308F
600019B
010352F
306692
062996
004078F
007864F
010351F
600525B
600575B
002003F
003901F
003902F
003903F
004308F
600019B
010352F
306692
062996
004078F
007864F
010351F
600525B
600575B
002003F
003901F
003902F
003903F
004308F
600019B
010352F
306692
062996
004078F
007864F
010351F
010088F
010089F
010387F
010088F
010090F
010388F
010088F
010091F
010389F
010088F
010092F
010390F
*WARNING: The Hydraulic conditions or water chemistry that caused the tube bundle to fail have very likely also
damaged the bypass valve and Unitherm Governor. We recommend you replace the Unitherm Governor and
inspect the bypass assembly. Failure to do so could cause premature failure of this replacement part.
52
ATMOSPHERIC HEATERS
CALL
OUT
S
1-S
2-S
3-S
4-S
5-S
6-S
7-S
8-S
9-S
10-S
11-S
12-S
13-S
V
1-V
2-V
4-V
3-V
DESCRIPTION
SHEETMETAL
Jacket Top (Louvered)
Flue Collector (Units with Polymer Header)
Flue Collector (Units with Metal Header)
Door Assy.
Raypak
Rheem
Access Panel Set (3 Pcs Units with Polymer Header)
Access Panel Set (3 Pcs. Units with Metal Header)
Jacket Side Panel Right
Jacket Side Panel Left
Jacket Rear Panel
Poolstat Cover/Lock
High Limit Cover
Base Heat Shield
Up Front Control Panel
High Limit Shield
Weather Shield
VENTING
Indoor Stack Kit (Includes inner adapter panel)
Outdoor Stack Kit (Includes inner adapter panel)
Stack Adapter
Outer Stack Adapter
"Pagoda" Top
206A
266A
336A
406A
010047F
010071F
010075F
010048F
010072F
010076F
010049F
010073F
010077F
010050F
010074F
010078F
010378F
010382F
010311F
010312F
010376F
010377F
010372F
009505
010319F
010320F
010321F
010342F
010325F
010379F
010383F
010311F
010312F
010376F
010377F
010373F
009505
010319F
010320F
010322F
010342F
010326F
010380F
010384F
010311F
010312F
010376F
010377F
010374F
009505
010319F
010320F
010323F
010342F
010327F
010381F
010385F
010311F
010312F
010376F
010377F
010375F
009505
010319F
010320F
010324F
010342F
010328F
009838
009834
010330F
011461F
010334
009839
009835
010331F
011462F
010335
009840
009836
010332F
011463F
010336
009841
009837
010333F
011464F
010337
Atmospheric CONVERSION KITS*
206A
266A
336A
Gas Conversions
004692B
Nat. to Pro. MV Pilot
004690B
004690B
Pro. to Nat. MV Pilot
010419F
010419F
010420F
**
**
**
Nat. to Pro. IID Pilot
Pro. to Nat. IID Pilot
**
**
**
* Gas conversions are to be done only by a qualified agency.
** Conversion must be made with complete burner tray and gas valve (see item 1-B).
53
406A
004692B
010420F
**
**
LOW NOx HEATERS
CALL
OUT
BB
1-B
DESCRIPTION
207A
267A
337A
407A
BURNER TRAY***
Burner Tray w/Burners (0-5000)
010343F
010344F
010345F
010346F
010087F
Burner Tray w/o Burner (0-5000)
010084F
010085F
010086F
2-B
Burner Hold Down Kit
010254F
010255F
010256F
010257F
3-B
Burner
310732/3
310732/4
310732/5
310732/6
351510/3
351510/4
351510/5
351510/6
4-B
Burner Orifice Nat. #26 (0-5000)*
Burner Orifice Nat. #31 (above 5000 ft.)*
351523/3
351523/4
351523/5
351523/6
010042F
5-B
Blower
010042F
010042F
010042F
7-B
Cooling Fan
010871F
010871F
010871F
010871F
6-B
Combustion Air Orifice Plate
010338F
010339F
010340F
010341F
C
CONTROLS
1-C
Thermostat Auto Reset 135 Deg Surface Mount
006725F
006725F
006725F
006725F
2-C
AGS 135° (Auto Gas Shut-Off) - Red Epoxy
600892B
600892B
600892B
600892B
3-C
High Limit 140° - Black Epoxy
600893B
600893B
600893B
600893B
4-C
P. C. Board/Control
010253F
010253F
010253F
010253F
6-C
Temperature Sensor
009577F
009577F
009577F
009577F
7-C
Blower Pressure Switch
008062F
008135F
010354F
010355F
G
GAS VALVE
010329F
010329F
010329F
010329F
1-G
Combination Valve - Gas On/Off -Nat
HP
HEAT EXCHANGER - POLYMER
1-HP
Heat Exchange Assy Copper
010043F
010044F
010045F
010046F
010357F
010358F
010359F
Heat Exchange Assy Cupro Nickel
010356F
2-HP
Inlet/Outlet Header Complete
006827F
006827F
006827F
006827F
Inlet/Outlet Header (Includes 6-HP)
006706F
006706F
006706F
006706F
006707F
006707F
006707F
006707F
3-HP
Return Header (Includes 6-HP)
4-HP
Tube Bundle Copper **
010059F
010060F
010061F
010062F
010365F
010366F
010367F
Tube Bundle Cupro Nickel **
010364F
5-HP Baffle
010038F
005261F
010040F
010041F
008259F
008259F
008259F
6-HP Flange Nut Kit
008259F
7-HP O Ring Gasket (2)
006713F
006713F
006713F
006713F
006714F
8-HP
Sensor Adapter Digital Electronic
006714F
006714F
006714F
006805F
006805F
006805F
006805F
Sensor Well Millivolt
9-HP
Bypass Kit
006715F
006715F
006715F
006715F
10-HP Bypass Valve
006716F
006716F
006716F
006716F
11-HP Bypass Dam / Shaft
006717F
006717F
006717F
006717F
006718F
006718F
006718F
006718F
12-HP Bypass Spring (All Sizes Included)
13-HP
Unitherm Governor
006719F
006719F
006719F
006719F
006720F
14-HP
Unitherm Governor Plug
006720F
006720F
006720F
15-HP
Drain Plug
006721F
006721F
006721F
006721F
16-HP
Inlet/Outlet Header Dam
N/A Use 19-HP N/A Use 19-HP N/A Use 19-HP N/A Use 19-HP
17-HP
2" PVC Connector & Nut (2)
006723F
006723F
006723F
006723F
18-HP
O Ring (2)
006724F
006724F
006724F
006724F
19-HP
Inlet/Outlet Header Baffle w/Header Dam
006826F
006826F
006826F
006826F
HM
HEAT EXCHANGER - METAL
006727F
010053F
010054F
1-HM
Heat Exchange Assy.Copper ASME CI
010051F
Heat Exchange Assy.Cupro Nickel ASME CI
010360F
010361F
010362F
010363F
006730F
006730F
006730F
006730F
2-HM
Inlet/Outlet Header ASME CI (Complete)
Inlet/Outlet Header ASME CI
012319F
012319F
012319F
012319F
003766F
003766F
003766F
003766F
15-HM Inlet & Outlet Flange
16-HM Flange Gasket 1 1/2" Connections
062236B
062236B
062236B
062236B
Flange Gasket 2" Connections
800080B
800080B
800080B
800080B
3-HM
Return Header ASME CI
006731F
006731F
006731F
006731F
4-HM
Tube Bundle Copper ASME **
010055F
006733F
010057F
010058F
010369F
010370F
010371F
Tube Bundle Cupro Nickel ASME **
010368F
5-HM Baffle
010038F
005261F
010040F
010041F
007870F
007870F
6-HM Stud Bolt Kit
007870F
007870F
7-HM Header Gasket (9)
800014B
800014B
800014B
800014B
062234B
8-HM
Unitherm Governor
062234B
062234B
062234B
9-HM U.G. Retainer Spring
850254
850254
850254
850254
10-HM
Bypass Valve
062235B
062235B
062235B
062235B
11-HM Bypass Spring
850252
850253
850253
850253
500719
12-HM
Drain Valve
500719
500719
500719
13-HM
Sensor Well
003765F
003765F
003765F
003765F
300203
300203
300203
14-HM
Well Retaining Clip
300203
17-HM
Rear Drain Plug & Cover
005264F
005264F
005264F
005264F
*FOR INSTALLATIONS AT OVER 5,000 FEET ABOVE SEA LEVEL, CONSULT THE FACTORY
**WARNING: The Hydraulic conditions or water chemistry that caused the tube bundle to fail have very likely also
damaged the bypass valve and Unitherm Governor. We recommend you replace the Unitherm Governor and
inspect the bypass assembly. Failure to do so could cause premature failure of this replacement part.
***Replacement burner trays are built for sea level, natural gas applications unless otherwise specified at the time the order
is placed.
54
LOW NOx HEATERS
CALL
OUT
J
1-J
2-J
3-J
M
1-M
2-M
3-M
4-M
5-M
6-M
7-M
8-M
9-M
10-M
11-M
12-M
13-M
14-M
P
1-P
2-P
3-P
4-P
5-P
6-P
R
1-R
2-R
3-R
S
1-S
2-S
3-S
4-S
5-S
6-S
7-S
8-S
9-S
10-S
11-S
12-S
13-S
V
1-V
2-V
4-V
3-V
DESCRIPTION
CONTROL BOX
Transformer 120/240/24V
Rocker Switch
Relay Low Nox
MISCELLANEOUS COMPONENTS
Pressure Switch 1.75 PSI
Pressure Switch 11 PSI Special-See Water Pressure Switch Adj.
Roll-Out Switch 300ºF
PRV 125 PSI (Optional)
Deliming Kit
Wire/Harness
Control Bezel (Includes Switch Decal)
Switch/Decal-Membrane
Control Bezel Cover
Gasket Insulation (Swaybrace & Jacket Top)
Blower / Air Pressure Switch Sample Tube
Touch-up Paint (Green)
Touch-up Paint (Dark Gray)
Tie Down Bracket (Optional)
Roll-Out Switch 250ºF (Optional)
Roll-Out Switch 250ºF (Upgrade)
Texas Code Add/On (ASME Only)
PILOT
Pilot Nat. IID Low Nox
Pilot Electrode
Pilot Mounting Bracket
Pilot Tube
Hi Tension Wire IID
Adapter Nut (Metric)
REFRACTORY
Refractory Common (Left & Right)
Refractory Uncommon (Front and Rear)
Refractory Retainer Kit
SHEETMETAL
Jacket Top (Louvered)
Flue Collector (Units with Polymer Header)
Flue Collector (Units with Metal Header)
Door Assy.
Raypak
Rheem
Access Panel Set (3 Pcs. Units with Polymer Header)
Access Panel Set (3 Pcs. Units with Metal Header)
Jacket Side Panel Right
Jacket Side Panel Left
Jacket Rear Panel
Poolstat Cover/Lock
High Limit Cover
Base Heat Shield
Up Front Control Panel
High Limit Shield
Weather Shield
VENTING
Indoor Stack Kit (Includes inner adapter panel)
Outdoor Stack Kit (Includes inner adapter panel)
Stack Adapter
Outer Stack Adapter
"Pagoda" Top
55
207A
267A
337A
407A
006736F
009493F
008784F
006736F
009493F
008784F
006736F
009493F
008784F
006736F
009493F
008784F
006737F
009133F
006035F
008091F
052871F
010347F
009491F
009492F
009487F
010350F
010348F
750125
750126
011636
011745F
011733F
012011
006737F
009133F
006035F
007224F
052871F
010347F
009491F
009492F
009487F
010350F
010348F
750125
750126
011636
011745F
011733F
012011
006737F
009133F
006035F
007224F
052871F
010347F
009491F
009492F
009487F
010350F
010348F
750125
750126
011636
011745F
011733F
012011
006737F
009133F
006035F
007224F
052871F
010347F
009491F
009492F
009487F
010350F
010348F
750125
750126
011636
011745F
011733F
012011
010232F
011928F
010233F
011926F
010349F
011927F
010232F
011928F
010234F
011926F
010349F
011927F
010232F
011928F
010235F
011926F
010349F
011927F
010232F
011928F
010236F
011926F
010349F
011927F
010079F
010080F
010262F
010079F
010081F
010263F
010079F
010082F
010264F
010079F
010083F
010265F
010047F
010063F
010067F
010048F
010064F
010068F
010049F
010065F
010069F
010050F
010066F
010070F
010267F
010271F
010311F
010312F
010313F
010314F
010315F
009505
010319F
010320F
010321F
010342F
010325F
010268F
010272F
010311F
010312F
010313F
010314F
010316F
009505
010319F
010320F
010322F
010342F
010326F
010269F
010273F
010311F
010312F
010313F
010314F
010317F
009505
010319F
010320F
010323F
010342F
010327F
010270F
010274F
010311F
010312F
010313F
010314F
010318F
009505
010319F
010320F
010324F
010342F
010328F
009838
009834
010330F
011461F
010334
009839
009835
010331F
011462F
010335
009840
009836
010332F
011463F
010336
009841
009837
010333F
011464F
010337
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