Weil-McLain B-66HE Specification

Weil-McLain B-66HE Specification
QB-180/300
Oil Burners — Series 2
For Weil-McLain GO, 66 & 68 Boilers
Burner Manual
Patent 5,961-316
Read all instructions before installing
This manual must only be used by a qualified heating installer/service
technician. Failure to comply could result in severe personal injury, death or
substantial property damage.
Installer Leave all documentation with burner for future reference.
User
Burner must be installed and annually serviced by a qualified installer/service
technician.
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IMPORTANT! — Read this page first
Hazard definitions
The following defined terms are used throughout this manual to bring attention to the presence of hazards of
various risk levels or to important information concerning the life of the product.
Indicates presence of hazards that will
cause severe personal injury, death or
substantial property damage.
Indicates presence of hazards that will
or can cause minor personal injury or
property damage.
Indicates presence of hazards that can
cause severe personal injury, death or
substantial property damage.
Indicates special instructions on
installation, operation or maintenance
that are important but not related to
personal injury or property damage.
Read and follow instructions below to install or service the burner to reduce risk of severe personal
injury, death or substantial property damage.
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Appliance must be connected to a flue with
sufficient draft at all times to assure proper
operation.
•
Always keep manual fuel supply valve shut
off if burner is shut down for an extended
period of time.
•
Do not use crankcase drainings or any oil
containing gasoline as it is more combustible than No. 1 or No. 2 fuel oil.
•
Do not start burner unless flue collector
hood, jacket cap, flue cap and burner
mounting door are secured in place.
•
Do not attempt to start burner when excess
oil has accumulated in combustion chamber, when boiler is full of vapor, or when
combustion chamber is very hot.
•
Never burn garbage or paper in the appliance.
•
Never leave combustible material around
appliance.
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Contents
Hazard definitions .................................................................................... 2
Table of contents ...................................................................................... 3
1
Pre-installation considerations ................................................................ 4
2
Burner installation ................................................................................... 5
3
Fuel pumps and oil lines .......................................................................... 8
4
Wiring, operation and service ................................................................ 11
5
Troubleshooting ..................................................................................... 12
6
Parts list ................................................................................................. 14
Weil-McLain Limited Warranty .................................................. Back cover
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Pre-installation considerations
Codes and standards
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•
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Install burner in accordance with NFPA 31, Standard for Oil-Burning Equipment and all local codes
and regulations of authorities having jurisdiction.
In Canada, refer to CSA B139, Installation Code for
Oil-Burning Equipment. Regulations of these authorities take precedence over instructions in this
manual.
All wiring must comply with National Electrical
Code and local ordinances; in Canada, CSA C22.1
Canadian Electrical Code Part One and any local
codes. Refer to wiring diagram in Control Supplement supplied with burner.
Underwriters Laboratories has certified this burner
to comply with ANSI Standard 296.6 and has listed
it for use with No. 1 or No. 2 fuel oil as specified in
ASTM D396.
Chimney or vent
Inspect existing chimney or vent
before installing new burner. Failure to
do the following will cause severe
personal injury or death.
• Clean chimney, including removal
of blockage.
• Repair or replace damaged pipe or
liner.
• Repair mortar and joints.
Set the over-fire draft to the appliance manufacturer’s
recommended setting if available, or to -0.01" to -0.02"
water column. Install barometric control in breeching,
per control manufacturer’s instructions, when excess
draft needs to be relieved or to comply with applicable
codes and regulations. Use draft gauge to adjust proper
opening.
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Combustion and ventilation
air openings
See appliance manual and NFPA 31, Standard for OilBurning Equipment for details. For recommended
practice in Canada, refer to CSA Standard B139.
Adequate combustion and ventilation
air must be provided to assure proper
combustion and reduce risk of flue gas
leakage and carbon monoxide
emissions, leading to severe personal
injury or death.
When the boiler is installed in a confined space (volume of space less than 50 cubic feet per 1,000 Btuh
input of all appliances in space), two permanent openings must be provided:
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•
•
One near the top of the enclosure
One near the bottom.
Each opening must have a free area of not less than
one (1) square inch per 1,000 Btuh (140 square inch
per gph), of the total input rating of all the appliances in the space.
When building is of unusually tight construction, has
a kitchen ventilating system, exhaust fans, clothes dryer
or vented fireplaces, it may be necessary to duct outside air directly to the burner in order to support clean
combustion. Weil-McLain QB-A1 Outside Air Kit, part
number 644-500-056, provides outside air directly to
the burner.
• If QB-180 or QB-300 Oil Burner is
received separately for field installation,
proceed to page 5, Burner Installation.
• If QB-180 or QB-300 Oil Burner is
received installed on the boiler, proceed
directly to page 8, Fuel Pumps and Oil
Lines.
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Burner installation
Figure 1
Burner components
Ignition
Wires
“E” Clip
Nozzle Adapter
Wrench
3/16“ Oil Line
GUN ASSEMBLY Includes:
Adjustment Cam
Adjustment
Cam
Captive
Screw
Electrode
Assembly
Top Leg of
Spinner
Centered
Vertically
Between
Electrodes
Electrode Assembly
Spinner Assembly
Nozzle
Nozzle Adapter
Oil Line
Ignition Wires
Nozzle
Spinner
Assembly
Spinner
Clamping
Screw
Nozzle
Adapter
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Mounting burner
1. Remove burner from packing box.
2. Detach and save plastic bag with instructions and
bypass plug from fuel pump.
3. Install or verify correct nozzle as applicable:
a. Loosen, but do not remove, screw holding housing cover plate in place. Pull ignitor back and up
to swing open cover plate.
b. Disconnect oil line from solenoid valve.
c. Disconnect ignition wires from ignitor. Loosen,
but do not remove, captive screw securing adjustment cam in place. Turn adjustment cam so
Figure 2
Electrode settings
5/16“
1/8“
between electrode tips
d.
e.
f.
g.
that the larger end of the slot aligns with the captive screw. Pull gun assembly back and up to remove.
Loosen clamping screw on spinner assembly and
slide assembly off nozzle adapter.
See Table 1 on page 6 for proper nozzle size. Make
sure nozzle is tight in adapter (110 in-lbs nominal). Nozzle adapter wrench in burner housing
can hold nozzle adapter while you tighten nozzle.
Check electrode settings per Figure 2.
Replace spinner assembly on nozzle adapter. Top
leg of spinner must align vertically between electrodes. Make sure clamp is back against the
shoulder on adapter. Tighten clamping screw.
from tip of electrode
to centerline of nozzle
1/16“
from tip of nozzle to tip of electrode
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Fuel pump is factory set at 140 psig
(QB-300) or 150 psig (QB-180). Use of
a nozzle selected for 100 psig pressure
could result in severe personal injury,
death or substantial property damage.
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Burner installation continued
Table 1
Boiler
model
Burner nozzle selection
Use only the nozzles specified.
QB-180 burner nozzle size (Pump pressure is 150 psig)
Preferred
Alternates
Air band
setting
Delavan
Hago
0.65 70˚ A
0.65 70˚ B
0.65 70˚ AS 0.65 70˚ S
150
0.70/0.95
3.25
GO-3
0.85 70˚ A
0.85 70˚ B
0.85 70˚ AS 0.85 70˚ S
150
0.70/0.95
5.25
GO-4
1.00 70˚ B
1.00 70˚ B
1.00 70˚ AS 1.00 70˚ S
150
1.20
5.50
GO-5
1.25 60˚ B
1.25 45˚ B
1.25 60˚ AS 1.25 70˚ S
150
1.45
6.25
GO-6
1.50 45˚ B
1.50 45˚ B
-
1.50 45˚ S
150
1.75
6.75
268 *
0.65 70˚ A
0.65 70˚ H
-
0.65 70˚ H
150
0.70/0.95
3.00
368
0.85 70˚ A
-
0.85 70˚ AH
150
0.70/0.95
5.00
468
1.10 70˚ A
1.10 70˚ ES
150
1.20
5.25
568
1.25 60˚ B
1.25 70˚ B
150
1.45
6.00
668
1.50 45˚ B
1.50 60˚ B or 1.50 45˚ ES
266 *
0.65 70˚ A
0.65 70˚ H
366
0.85 70˚ A
466
566
666
-
1.10 70˚ AS 1.10 80˚ S
1.25 60˚ AS
-
1.50 60˚ AS 1.50 60˚ S
150
1.75
6.50
-
0.65 70˚ H
150
0.70/0.95
3.00
0.85 70˚ B
0.85 70˚ AS
-
150
0.70/0.95
5.00
1.10 70˚ A
1.10 60˚ H
1.10 70˚ AH 1.10 70˚ H
150
1.20
5.25
1.25 60˚ B
1.25 70˚ B
1.25 60˚ AS
150
1.45
6.00
1.50 45˚ B
1.50 60˚ B or 1.50 45˚ ES
150
1.75
6.50
* Install baffle clip per instructions packed with kit.
1. Nozzle: Tighten to 110 in/lbs.
2. Nozzle types: A, AH, H = hollow;
SS = semi-solid
B, ES, R, S, AS = solid
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1.50 60˚ AS 1.50 60˚ S
3. Suggested settings are for set-up with listed nozzle sizes only. Final
adjustments must be made with combustion test equipment and
should provide zero smoke with proper CO2.
4. For I=B=R boiler capacity, refer to individual boiler manual.
QB-300 burner nozzle size (Pump pressure is 140 psig)
Preferred
Alternates
Pump
Cam Air band
pressure setting setting
(psig)
Hago
Delavan
Steinen
GO-6
1.50 60˚ B or 1.50 45˚ B
1.50 45˚ B
1.50 60˚ S
140
1.75
2.25
GO-7
1.75 60˚ B or 1.75 45˚ B
1.75 60˚ B
1.75 70˚ S
140
2.00
3.75
GO-8
2.00 60˚ P or 2.00 45˚ P
2.00 70˚ B
2.00 70˚ S
140
2.30
5.75
GO-9
2.25 60˚ P or 2.25 45˚ P
2.25 60˚ B or 2.25 45˚ B
2.25 60˚ S
140
2.55
5.25
668
1.50 60˚ B or 1.50 45˚ B
1.50 45˚ B
1.50 60˚ S
140
1.75
2.25
768
1.75 60˚ B or 1.75 45˚ B
1.75 60˚ B
1.75 70˚ S
140
2.00
3.75
868
2.00 45˚ P
2.00 70˚ B
2.00 70˚ S
140
2.30
5.75
968
2.25 60˚ P
2.25 60˚ B
2.25 60˚ S
140
2.55
5.25
666
1.50 60˚ B or 1.50 45˚ B
1.50 45˚ B
1.50 60˚ S
140
1.75
2.25
766
1.75 60˚ B or 1.75 45˚ B
1.75 60˚ B
1.75 70˚ S
140
2.00
3.75
866
2.00 45˚ P
2.00 70˚ B
2.00 70˚ S
140
2.30
5.75
966
2.25 60˚ P
2.25 60˚ B
2.25 60˚ S
140
2.55
5.25
1. Suggested settings are for set-up with listed nozzle sizes only. Final adjustments must be made with combustion test equipment and should provide zero
smoke with proper CO2.
2. For I=B=R boiler capacity, refer to individual boiler manual.
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Steinen
Cam
setting
GO-2
Boiler
model
Danfoss
Pump
pressure
(psig)
3. Nozzle types:
B, ES, P, S = solid
4. Nozzle: Tighten to 110 in/lbs.
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Adjustment cam setting
1.75
1.45
1.2
0
Screw
indicates
setting
5
GPH
1.7
0
2.5 5
4. Reinstall gun assembly:
a. Insert gun assembly into burner – do not force
it. The gun assembly must be lifted and guided
into air cone at end of air tube.
b. Turn adjustment cam so that the larger end of
the slot drops over the captive screw.
c. Position gun assembly by rotating adjustment
cam (Figure 3) to correct setting. See Table 1,
page 6, for correct adjustment cam setting.
Tighten captive screw to lock adjustment cam
in place.
d. Connect oil line to solenoid valve.
e. Connect ignition wires to ignitor.
f. Swing cover plate closed and push forward to
engage locking pins.
g. Tighten screw holding housing cover plate in
place.
5. Mount burner to boiler with gasket supplied.
6. Verify attenuating air band setting. See Table 1,
page 6, and Figure 4.
Figure 3
GP 2.2
H 2.00
Burner settings
QB 180
0.95
0.70
QB-180
cam shown
QB-300
cam
06503
Attenuating air band setting
O
PE
7
8
9
TO
T
OP ALLY
EN
Figure 4
N
6
5
E
OS
CL
4
3
2
1
0LLY
Starting settings in Table 1 are for setup
only. Final adjustments must be made
with combustion test equipment and
should provide zero smoke with
proper CO2. See Final adjustments on
page 11.
Adjust the air band setting first. If
adjustments of the air band do not
result in clean combustion, then adjust
the cam setting. Increase the setting to
increase air. Decrease the setting to
reduce air. Cam adjustments should be
minor only.
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Fuel pumps and oil lines
General
All installations must comply with national or local
codes and ordinances.
Oil line must be piped properly to
avoid risk of serious personal injury,
death or substantial property damage.
Follow these recommendations:
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•
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•
When installing oil lines, use
continuous runs of heavy-wall
copper tubing.
Be sure all connections are airtight.
Flared fittings are recommended.
Do not use compression fittings.
Do not use Teflon tape.
Use an oil filter of adequate size for
all installations. Install filter inside
building between tank shutoff valve
and burner. For easy servicing,
locate shutoff valve and filter near
burner.
Long or oversized inlet lines may
require the pump to operate dry
during initial bleeding period. In
such cases, assist priming by
injecting fuel oil into pump gearset.
Never exceed 3 psi pressure to inlet
side of pump. Pressure over 3 psi
may damage shaft seal and allow it
to leak oil.
port. Do not use easy flow air bleed valve. It contains
higher pressure than operating pressure.
Setting pump pressure with gauge in easy flow air bleed
valve will result in wrong operating pressure.
Average cutoff pressure is 120 psig. Check cutoff
pressure by installing pressure gauge in nozzle port of
fuel pump. Run burner for short time. Shut off burner.
Gauge shows cutoff pressure.
Figure 5
Fuel pump — Typical
Solenoid valve
Solenoid valve supplied in nozzle line is a non-delay
valve and provides instant oil supply shutoff to nozzle.
Inlet ¼" npt (2 locations)
Return ¼" npt
Vacuum gauge
Vacuum gauge may be installed in either of the ¼" inlet
ports. Vacuum is total of all pressure drops in system
from tank to pump inlet.
Easy flow air bleed valve
Oil pump pressure
Regulating pressure (behind inlet)
To check operating pressure, use gauge port or nozzle
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Solenoid valve
Nozzle port 1/8" npt (read operating pressure)
Pressure gauge port 1/8" npt (read operating pressure)
1/16" bypass plug — insert for two-pipe systems ONLY
(use 5/32" allen wrench)
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One-pipe oil systems (Figure 6)
Figure 6
One-pipe oil system, typical
Use one-pipe oil piping only when:
•
the fuel is gravity fed — or —
•
the fuel must be lifted no more than 8 feet. See Figure 6. (If the fuel lift is greater than 8 feet use twopipe fuel piping — Figure 7 on page 10.)
•
fuel suction line vacuum is less than 6" Hg for either a single-stage or two-stage burner fuel pump.
Air vent
Fuel pump
Filter
Fill pipe
Burner fuel pump bypass plug must not be used with
one-pipe installations.
One-pipe installations must be absolutely air tight to
prevent leaks or loss of prime. Bleed line and fuel
pump completely. Bleed for 15 seconds after last air
bubble is seen from easy flow air bleed valve to be certain lines are air free. When bleeding oil pumps on
burners equipped with lockout-type controls, you may
have to cycle the burner several times to complete purging.
Shutoff
valve
Maximum one-pipe
system lift = 8 feet
Oil
tank
Inlet
06506
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Fuel pumps and oil lines continued
Figure 7
Two-pipe oil system, typical
to a fuel lift height of no more than 10 feet. For greater
lifts install a two-stage pump on the burner.
Return line
L
Fuel suction line vacuum must not exceed 12" Hg
for a single-stage pump or 17" for a two-stage pump.
(lift)
Bypass plug must be used with two-pipe installations.
Oil
tank
Remove plug from plastic bag attached to fuel pump.
Remove ¼" plug from return port. Insert bypass plug.
Attach return and inlet lines.
Air vent
Burner fuel pump — A single-stage pump is limited
Inlet line
Fill
pipe
Filter
Inlet line
Fuel pump
Use two-pipe installations when fuel must be lifted
greater than 8 feet.
Return line
Two-pipe oil systems (Figure 7)
Always terminate return line as shown in Figure 7.
To determine two-pipe maximum line lengths, use
Table 2, page 10.
Table 2
06507
Return line terminates
3 to 4 inches above inlet line
Two pipe oil system maximum oil line lengths (feet)
Single-stage oil pump
Two-stage oil pump
Lift
“L”
3/8" O.D.
1/2" O.D.
3/8" O.D.
1/2" O.D.
0
84
100
93
100
2
73
100
85
100
4
63
100
77
100
6
52
100
69
100
8
42
100
60
100
10
31
100
52
100
44
100
36
100
27
93
--
65
12
14
16
Not recommended
— use two-stage pump
18
Note: Line lengths include total of vertical and horizontal lengths.
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Wiring, operation and service
Wiring
Service
Wire the burner (and boiler) following instructions in
the burner Control Supplement and the Boiler Manual.
Start-up
Read the sequence of operation and start-up procedures in the burner Control Supplement.
Final Adjustments
You must use test instruments to
properly start, check and adjust burner.
Failure to do so could result in severe
personal injury, death or substantial
property damage.
1. Make sure combustion and ventilation air supply
is sufficient for normal appliance operation. Close
windows and doors in appliance area to simulate
normal job condition. Start boiler and allow for a
10-minute warm up.
2. Check for -.01" to -.02" W.C. draft in combustion
chamber. Adjust barometric damper as necessary.
3. Check for 0 smoke.
4. Check for CO2 between 11% and 12 ½%.
• To increase CO2, close attenuating air band setting.
• To decrease CO2, open attenuating air band setting.
5. Check CO2, smoke and draft levels again.
6. Start and stop unit several times.
7. Check operation of limits, thermostats and timing
of combustion control.
8. Check for oil leaks.
9. Recheck all installations after one to two weeks of
operation.
Electrical shock hazard. Failure to shut
off electrical supply before servicing can
cause severe personal injury, death or
substantial property damage.
1. See Boiler Service/Maintenance Guide for details
of annual service call, including cleaning boiler
flueways.
2. Oil blower motor (if required). Refer to motor
name plate/specifications label for any instructions.
3. Replace oil filter cartridge once a year to prevent
fuel oil contamination from plugging fuel pump
and nozzle.
4. Replace nozzle once a year before start up of heating season. Always use proper nozzle. See Table 1
on page 6.
5. Check electrode settings once a year. See page 5.
6. Clean fan and blower housing regularly to keep free
of dirt and lint.
7. Check and adjust burner according to Start-up procedures in Control Supplement after each servicing.
8. Contact your Weil-McLain distributor for all
burner parts that need replacement.
When servicing a NO HEAT call:
Check each item below, making sure to complete
each check before going to the next one.
❏ Thermostat(s).
❏ Main fuse and power supply.
❏ Service switch on boiler.
❏ Oil level in oil tank.
❏ Oil valves.
❏ Limit control.
❏ Primary control.
❏ Motor.
When all of the above checks are made, then refer to
Troubleshooting on pages 12 and 13.
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Troubleshooting
If burner
does not start
The relay in the primary control may not be pulling in — Check for:
❏ Broken wires
❏ Defective thermostat
❏ Dirty thermostat contacts
❏ Defective primary control
The motor is out on thermal overload — Check for:
If burner starts, but
there is no flame
❏ Seized motor bearing
❏ Seized fuel pump
❏ Fan locked against housing
❏ Start winding burned out
❏ Defective starter switch
❏ Defective wiring
Primary control may have pre-purge — Check Control Supplement.
There may be insufficient oil flow — Check for:
❏ Defective fuel pump
❏ Air leaks in suction line
❏ Pump strainer clogged
❏ Clogged or dirty nozzle
❏ Defective solenoid valve
❏ Clogged fuel filter
❏ Loose coupling
There is no ignition spark — Check for:
❏ Defective/loose wiring connections at primary control or electrode assembly
❏ Defective porcelain insulator on
electrode assembly
❏ Defective ignitor
❏ Incorrect electrode settings
There is oil and spark, but no flame — Check for:
❏ Loose, dirty or defective nozzle
❏ Improper oil conditions
❏ Low pump pressure
❏ Improper spinner position. To
verify position, see page 5,
step 3g.
❏ Excess air/high draft
❏ Incorrect electrode settings
If burner starts
and has flame,
but flame goes out
Primary control will shut off flame — Check for:
❏ Dirty cad cell
❏ Defective primary control
❏ View of fire obstructed, so that
cad cell cannot see flame
❏ Loss of oil prime
❏ Defective cad cell
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If burner starts and
has a smoky flame
If you hear
mechanical noise
from the burner
Check for:
❏ Insufficient combustion air
❏ Improper mixing of oil and air
Check for:
❏ Flame impingement on target
wall or crown sheet of boiler
❏ Insufficient draft
❏ Nozzle afterdrip due to faulty
solenoid or cutoff valve
❏ Loose fan
❏ Defective motor bearings
❏ Air in oil line
❏ Pump and motor shaft misaligned
❏ Defective pump gears
❏ Obstructed suction line
❏ Defective ignitor
❏ Defective primary control
If you hear
combustion noise
Check for:
❏ Insufficient draft in breeching
or overfire
❏ Incorrect adjustment cam setting
❏ Improper mixing of oil and air
❏ Loose or dirty fan
❏ Incorrect attenuating air band
setting
If there is puffback
from burner
Check for:
If there is nozzle
drip
Check for:
❏ Delayed ignition
❏ Excessive draft
❏ Nozzle afterdrip due to poor
cutoff
❏ Incorrect attenuating air band
setting
❏ Air in supply line from oil tank
to fuel pump
❏ Hot nozzle or gun assembly due
to improper draft, misadjusted
burner or blocked flueways in
boiler
❏ High vacuum
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Parts list
Item
Number
Description
QB-180
QB-300
1
Motor with flange, 120 V.A.C., 1/7 HP, 3450 RPM
643-900-050
2
Blower wheel
643-900-025
3
Burner coupling 3 1/4" Length
643-900-105
4
Air tube gasket
643-900-095
5
Air tube
644-200-042
644-200-046
5a
Air cone
644-200-050
644-200-051
6
Flange gasket
643-900-100
7
Burner plug — GO boiler series only
643-900-020
8
Attenuating air band
9
Fuel pump — Suntec, A2VA-7116-7, single-stage
Not shown Fuel pump — Suntec, B2VA-8216, two-stage
10
Solenoid valve, Combu 50010 E7-LUS/115 volt, no delay
opening
Not shown Solenoid coil replacement kit
643-900-030
643-900-305
643-900-060
643-900-315
643-900-065
643-900-008
11
Spinner assembly, 12 vane
12
Nozzle adapter kit
643-900-005
13
Electrode assembly kit
643-900-010
14
Adjustment cam kit
15
Screw, captive, 8-32 x 3/8" (12 per bag)
643-900-085
16
Wire assembly, transformer to electrode assembly
643-900-080
17
Oil line 3/16" diameter with fittings
643-900-115
18
Solid state ignitor kit, including adapter plate and hardware
Transformer PRI-120 V.A.C., secondary, 10,000 @ 23 ma.
643-900-318
643-900-055
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Cover plate kit
643-900-015
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Cad cell
643-900-070
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Primary control — R8184G, 1336 with T-T terminals
643-900-075
Not shown Primary control — 50200-02 with T-T and alarm contacts
643-900-110
643-900-325
643-900-310
643-900-326
643-900-319
Primary control — 60200-02 with T-T and alarm contacts, with
prepurge and postpurge
643-900-317
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"E" clip, oil line to cam 3/8" shaft diameter (12 per bag)
643-700-218
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Mounting flange
644-700-201
Not shown
Not shown Baffle clip kit — 266 or 268 boiler sizes only
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Weil-McLain Part Number
643-900-006
Not shown Burner head protector
643-900-007
Not shown Outside Air Kit QB-A1
643-900-056
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Part number 644-500-065/0200
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Weil-McLain Limited Warranty
for QB-180 and QB-300 Burners
RESIDENTIAL OIL-FIRED BURNERS
3-Year Limited Warranty
Weil-McLain warrants that its residential oil-fired burners are free from defects in material and workmanship
for three years from the date of installation. If any parts
are found to be defective in manufacture, Weil-McLain
will provide replacement of such defective parts with
the following exceptions:
• nozzles
• cad cell
The provisions of this warranty for the above parts
are limited to 12 months from the date of installation or 18 months from the date of manufacture,
whichever date occurs first.
This warranty does not cover:
1. Workmanship of any installer of Weil-McLain’s residential oil-fired burners. In addition, this warranty
does not assume any liability of any nature for unsatisfactory performance caused by improper installation.
2. Filters, strainers or any other routine maintenance
part as supplied through the contractor.
3. Any costs for labor for removal and reinstallation
of the alleged defective part, transportation to WeilMcLain, if necessary, and any other materials necessary to perform the exchange.
4. Unsatisfactory performance or damage caused by
improper burner adjustments, control settings, care
or maintenance.
5. Burners operated with combustion air contaminated externally by chemical vapors or with improper fuel additives.
This warranty extends only to the first retail purchaser
of the burner and only to a burner that has not been
moved from its original installation site.
THE WARRANTY DESCRIBED ABOVE IS IN LIEU
OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO ANY
IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND MERCHANTABILITY.
WEIL-McLAIN EXPRESSLY DISCLAIMS AND EXCLUDES ANY LIABILITY FOR CONSEQUENTIAL,
INCIDENTAL, INDIRECT OR PUNITIVE DAMAGES
FOR BREACH OF ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED
WARRANTY.
For prompt warranty claims, notify the installer who,
in turn, will notify the Weil-McLain distributor from
whom he purchased the burner. If this action does not
result in warranty service, contact Weil-McLain Consumer Relations Department, 500 Blaine Street, Michigan City, Indiana 46360-2388, with details in support
of the warranty claim. Alleged defective part or parts
must be returned through trade channels in accordance
with the Weil-McLain procedure currently in force for
handling returned goods for the purpose of inspection to determine cause of failure. Weil-McLain will
furnish new part(s) to an authorized Weil-McLain distributor who, in turn, will furnish the new part(s) to
the heating contractor who installed the burner. If you
have any questions about the coverage of this warranty,
contact Weil-McLain at the address above.
Weil-McLain
500 Blaine Street
Michigan City, IN 46360-2388
http://www.weil-mclain.com
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