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Dunkirk 90-75 Installation manual
INSTALLATION MANUAL
Q90 50-100 GAS-FIRED, DIRECT VENT,
CONDENSING, HOT WATER BOILER
DUNKIRK BOILERS
85 Middle Rd.
Dunkirk, NY 14048
www.dunkirk.com
MEMBER: The Hydronics Institute
An ISO 9001-2000 Certified Company
P/N# 14683301, Rev. 3.4 [08/06]
Owner s Manual
Model No.
Q90-50
Q90-75
Q90-100
These instructions
must be affixed on or
adjacent to the boiler.
WARNING Improper installation, adjustment, alteration, service, or maintenance can cause injury or property damage. Refer
to this manual. For assistance or additional information consult a
qualified installer, service agency, or the gas supplier.
CAUTION
Read all instructions
carefully before starting
the installation.
Save this manual
for reference.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
TABLE OF CONTENTS INTRODUCTION .............................................................................. 4
BOILER RATINGS AND CAPACITIES .................................................................................... 7
BOILERS FOR USE AT HIGH ALTITUDE ............................................................................... 8
RULES FOR SAFE INSTALLATION AND OPERATION ...................................................... 10
BEFORE INSTALLING THE BOILER ................................................................................... 10
A. codes ................................................................................................................................. 10
B. boiler sizing ........................................................................................................................ 11
C. considerations for boiler location .................................................................................... 11
D. locating the boiler ............................................................................................................ 11
E. combustion air and vent pipe requirements ................................................................... 12
F. condensate drain requirements ....................................................................................... 13
G. foundation requirements ................................................................................................. 14
H. removing existing boiler from common venting system .................................................. 14
PLACING THE BOILER......................................................................................................... 14
NEAR BOILER PIPING.......................................................................................................... 15
A. supply and return lines .................................................................................................... 15
B. pressure relief valve ........................................................................................................ 18
C. expansion tank and make-up water ................................................................................ 19
D. condensate drain piping .................................................................................................. 22
E. filling condensate trap ..................................................................................................... 23
F. chilled water piping .......................................................................................................... 23
COMBUSTION AIR AND VENT PIPE ................................................................................... 23
A. connections and terminations ......................................................................................... 23
B. installation ....................................................................................................................... 28
GAS SUPPLY PIPING ........................................................................................................... 28
A. check gas supply ............................................................................................................ 29
B. connecting the gas piping ............................................................................................... 29
C. checking the gas piping .................................................................................................. 29
ELECTRICAL WIRING .......................................................................................................... 30
A. electric power supply ...................................................................................................... 30
B. install your thermostat. .................................................................................................... 31
C. connecting circulator pump wiring .................................................................................. 31
D. schematic wiring diagram ............................................................................................... 34
E. ladder wiring diagram ...................................................................................................... 34
CONTROLS AND ACCESSORIES........................................................................................ 35
A. integrated boiler control (IBC) .......................................................................................... 35
B. gas control valve ............................................................................................................. 35
C. hot surface igniter............................................................................................................ 35
D. high limit aquastat control ............................................................................................... 35
E. draft inducer temperature safety switch .......................................................................... 35
F. casting temperature safety switch.................................................................................... 36
G. differential pressure air proving switch ............................................................................ 36
H. draft inducer ....................................................................................................................36
I. circulator pump .................................................................................................................36
J. drain valve .......................................................................................................................36
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
H. draft inducer...................................................................................................................... 37
I. circulator pump.................................................................................................................. 37
J. drain valve......................................................................................................................... 37
K. A.S.M.E. rated pressure relief valve................................................................................. 37
L. flame rollout safety shutoff................................................................................................ 37
M. external condensate pump............................................................................................... 37
START-UP.............................................................................................................................. 37
A. water treatment and freeze protection.............................................................................. 37
B. filling boiler with water and purging air with diaphragm type expansion tanks.................. 38
C. filling boiler with water and purging air with conventional closed type expansion tanks.... 38
D. boiler in placing.................................................................................................................. 39
I. for your safety read before operating
II. operating instructions
III. to turn off gas to appliance
CHECK-OUT PROCEDURES AND ADJUSTMENTS ..............................................................40
A. verify proper sequence of operation ...................................................................................40
B. inspect venting and air intake system .................................................................................41
C. inspect condensate drain ....................................................................................................41
D. inspect system piping .........................................................................................................41
E. test ignition system safety shutoff .......................................................................................41
F. test high limit control and adjust .........................................................................................42
G. test other safety controls ....................................................................................................42
H. set thermostat heat .............................................................................................................42
I. measure the gas input rate..................................................................................................42
J. set thermostat to desired room temperature ......................................................................43
K. review all instructions ..........................................................................................................43
L. installation and check-out certificate ..................................................................................43
MAINTENANCE AND CLEANING ...........................................................................................46
A. beginning of each season ...................................................................................................46
B. daily during heating season ................................................................................................46
C. monthly during heating .......................................................................................................47
D. periodically during heating ..................................................................................................47
E. end of each heating season -annual shut down procedure ................................................47
F. annual examination and cleaning of boiler components......................................................47
SERVICE HINTS .......................................................................................................................50
A flow chart/detailed sequence of operation...........................................................................52
B. trouble shooting ..................................................................................................................53
C. differential air pressure switch check ..................................................................................61
REPAIR PARTS ........................................................................................................................62
A. jacket and base ...................................................................................................................62
B. condensate drain trap assembly .........................................................................................64
C. block and piping assembly..................................................................................................66
D. mixer and air pressure switch assembly .............................................................................68
E. flue adapter and exhauster assembly .................................................................................70
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INTRODUCTION
This appliance is a gas-fired direct vent hot water boiler
with cast aluminum boiler sections. A revolutionary cast
aluminum heat exchanger means better heat transfer
and thermal storage than similarly sized cast iron
boilers, which results in higher efficiency. The heating
system water absorbs large amounts of heat from
the cast aluminum heat exchanger, cooling the flue
gases and causing condensation. Sealed combustion,
premix gas burner, and low flame temperature means
drastically reduced CO and NOx emissions, which
contribute to a cleaner and healthier environment.
This appliance, unlike normal residential atmospheric
and induced draft units, takes its combustion air directly
from the outdoors (sealed combustion) and does not
compete with building occupants for fresh air. Sealed
combustion (also known as “direct vent”) is the safest
and best way to obtain plenty of clean combustion air.
The induced draft fan draws in the outside combustion
air, then takes the cooler flue gases from the boiler unit
and provides a positive removal of the flue gases from
the building through inexpensive and readily available
PVC and CPVC pipes.
Figure #1
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BOILER RATINGS AND CAPACITIES
TABLE #1 – SEA LEVEL RATINGS – NATURAL AND PROPANE GASES
Shipping
Input ++ Heating Capacity Net I=B=R Rating
Flue Dia.
Model
*(MBH)
*(MBH)
*(MBH)
Weight (lbs.)
90-50
50
45
39
220
2” CPVC & PVC
90-75
75
68
59
220
2” CPVC & PVC
90-100
100
90
78
220
2” CPVC & PVC
* 1 MBH = 1,000 Btuh
Btuh = British Thermal Units Per Hour
These low pressure gas-fired hot water boilers
are design certified by CSA International for use
with natural and propane gases. The boilers
are constructed and hydrostatically tested
for a maximum working pressure of 50 psig
(pounds per square inch gage) in accordance
with A.S.M.E. (American Society of Mechanical
Engineers) Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code
Section IV Standards for heating boilers.
this heat stays in the structure. The Net I=B=R
Rating represents the portion of the remaining
heat that can be applied to heat the radiation or
terminal units (i.e. finned tube baseboard, cast
iron radiators, radiant floor, etc.). The difference
between the Heating Capacity and the Net I=B=R
Rating, called the piping and pickup allowance,
establishes a reserve for heating the volume of
water in the system and offsetting heat losses
++ AFUE (Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency) from the piping. The Net I=B R Ratings shown
and Heating Capacity is based on the D.O.E. are based on a piping and pickup factor of 1.15 in
accordance with the I=B=R Standard as published
(Department of Energy) test procedure.
by the Hydronics Institute. The Net I=B=R Rating
The Boilers are certified in accordance with of the boiler selected should be greater than or
ANSI (American National Standards Institute) equal to the calculated peak heating load (heat
Z21.13 standards as gas-fired, direct vent, loss) for the building or area(s) served by the
condensing, hot water boilers.
boiler and associated hot water heating systems.
The Heating Capacity indicates the amount of The manufacturer should be consulted before
heat available after subtracting the losses up selecting a boiler for installations having unusual
the stack. Most of this heat is available to heat piping and pickup requirements.
water. A small portion is heat from the jacket and
surfaces of the boiler, and it is assumed that
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BOILERS FOR USE AT HIGH ALTITUDE
The boilers are factory equipped for operation
at altitudes ranging from 0-2,000 feet above sea
level. For use of these boilers at altitudes above
2,000 feet above sea level, the gas input ratings
(MBH) must be reduced.
certified high altitude conversion kit. The change in
main burner orifice size results in a 10% reduction
of the boiler gas input rating (MBH).
The conversion shall be carried out by a
manufacturer’s authorized representative,
U.S.A. ONLY: For altitudes above 2,000 feet in accordance with the requirements of the
above sea level, input ratings should be reduced manufacturer, provincial or territorial authorities
as shown in tables IA, C, & E for natural gas boilers having jurisdiction, and in accordance with the
or in tables 1B, D & F for propane fired boilers. requirements of the CSA-B 149.1 and CSAReduced input ratings are achieved by the natural B 149.2 Installation Codes. The certified field
deration of the gas at higher elevations and fine conversion kit includes a conversion data plate,
indicating that the boiler has been converted
tuned by adjusting the manifold pressure.
for high altitude use. The correct conversion
CANADA ONLY: For altitudes in the range of
information must be entered on the conversion
2,000-4,500 feet above sea level, boilers may be
data plate.
field equipped for use at high altitude by using a
TABLE #1A – MODEL-50 NATURAL GAS HIGH ALTITUDE RATINGS
Elevation (Feet)
0-2,000 3,000 4,000 5,000 6,000 7,000 7,500
Nominal Input (MBH)
50.0
48.0
47.8
47.5
46.0
44.0
43.5
Heat Capacity (MBH)
45.0
43.2
43.0
42.8
41.4
39.6
39.2
NET I=B=R Rating (MBH)
39.0
37.4
37.3
37.1
35.9
34.3
34.0
.0615
.0615 .0615 .0615 .0615 .0615 .0615
GAS Orifice Drill Size
“Manifold Pressure
2.5
2.7
3.0
3.2
3.1
3.0
2.8
(Inches Water Column)”
“Pressure Switch Set-point
1.55
1.55
1.55
1.55
1.55
1.55
1.55
(Inches Water Column)”
TABLE #1B – MODEL-50 PROPANE GAS HIGH ALTITUDE RATINGS
Elevation (Feet)
0-2,000 3,000 4,000 5,000 6,000 7,000 7,500
Nominal Input (MBH)
50.0
49.0
49.0
49.0
48.0
46.5
46.0
Heat Capacity (MBH)
45.0
44.1
44.1
44.1
43.2
41.9
41.4
NET I=B=R Rating (MBH)
39.0
38.2
38.2
38.2
37.4
36.3
35.9
.0492
.0492 .0492 .0492 .0492 .0492 .0492
GAS Orifice Drill Size
“Manifold Pressure
2.5
2.8
3.1
3.4
3.4
3.5
3.5
(Inches Water Column)”
“Pressure Switch Set-point
1.55
1.55
1.55
1.55
1.55
1.55
1.55
(Inches Water Column)”
8
8,500
42.0
37.8
32.8
.0615
2.7
1.55
8,500
44.0
39.6
34.3
.0492
3.5
1.55
BOILERS FOR USE AT HIGH ALTITUDE
TABLE #1C – MODEL-75 NATURAL GAS HIGH ALTITUDE RATINGS
Elevation (Feet)
0-2,000 3,000 4,000 5,000 6,000 7,000 7,500
Nominal Input (MBH)
75.0
70.0
69.0
68.0
63.5
58.0
56.5
Heat Capacity (MBH)
68.0
63.0
62.1
61.2
57.2
52.2
50.9
NET I=B=R Rating (MBH)
58.9
54.6
53.8
53.0
49.6
45.2
44.1
.0760
.0760 .0760 .0760 .0760 .0760 .0760
GAS Orifice Drill Size
“Manifold Pressure
2.5
2.7
2.8
3.0
2.8
2.6
2.3
(Inches Water Column)”
“Pressure Switch Set-point
1.35
1.35
1.35
1.35
1.35
1.35
1.35
(Inches Water Column)”
TABLE #1D – MODEL-75 PROPANE GAS HIGH ALTITUDE RATINGS
Elevation (Feet)
0-2,000 3,000 4,000 5,000 6,000 7,000 7,500
Nominal Input (MBH)
75.0
70.0
69.0
67.0
66.0
64.5
64.0
Heat Capacity (MBH)
68.0
63.0
62.1
60.3
59.4
58.1
57.6
NET I=B=R Rating (MBH)
58.9
54.6
53.8
52.3
51.5
50.4
49.9
.0605
.0605 .0605 .0605 .0605 .0605 .0605
GAS Orifice Drill Size
“Manifold Pressure
2.5
2.4
2.3
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.3
(Inches Water Column)”
“Pressure Switch Set-point
1.35
1.35
1.35
1.35
1.35
1.35
1.35
(Inches Water Column)”
TABLE #1E – MODEL-100 NATURAL GAS HIGH ALTITUDE RATINGS
Elevation (Feet)
0-2,000 3,000 4,000 5,000 6,000 7,000 7,500
Nominal Input (MBH)
100.0
97.0
96.0
95.0
90.0
84.0
82.0
Heat Capacity (MBH)
90.0
87.3
86.4
85.5
81.0
75.6
73.8
NET I=B=R Rating (MBH)
78.0
75.7
74.9
74.1
70.2
65.5
64.0
.0860
.0860 .0860 .0860 .0860 .0860 .0860
GAS Orifice Drill Size
“Manifold Pressure
2.5
2.9
3.3
3.7
3.4
3.2
2.9
(Inches Water Column)”
“Pressure Switch Set-point
1.17
1.17
1.17
1.17
1.17
1.17
1.17
(Inches Water Column)”
TABLE #1F – MODEL-100 PROPANE GAS HIGH ALTITUDE RATINGS
Elevation (Feet)
0-2,000 3,000 4,000 5,000 6,000 7,000 7,500
Nominal Input (MBH)
100.0
95.0
94.0
92.0
92.0
91.5
91.5
Heat Capacity (MBH)
90.0
85.5
84.6
82.8
82.8
82.4
82.4
NET I=B=R Rating (MBH)
78.0
74.1
73.3
71.8
71.8
71.4
71.4
.0670
.0670 .0670 .0670 .0670 .0670 .0670
GAS Orifice Drill Size
“Manifold Pressure
2.5
2.7
2.9
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
(Inches Water Column)”
“Pressure Switch Set-point
1.17
1.17
1.17
1.17
1.17
1.17
1.17
(Inches Water Column)”
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8,500
52.0
46.8
40.6
.0760
2.1
1.35
8,500
62.0
55.8
48.4
.0605
2.3
1.35
8,500
76.0
68.4
59.3
.0860
2.6
1.17
8,500
91.0
81.9
71.0
.0670
3.5
1.17
RULES FOR SAFE INSTALLATION AND OPERATION
l. Read the entire installation manual before
beginning the installation. Failure to follow these
rules for safe installation and operation and
these instructions could cause a malfunction
of the boiler and result in death, serious bodily
injury, and/or property damage.
2. Check all applicable state and local building
codes and utility company requirements before
installation. The installation must conform with
these requirements in their entirety. In the
absence of these codes, use NFPA Installation
Codes and good industry practice.
3. Before servicing the boiler - allow the boiler
to cool. Always shut off any electricity and
gas supply connected to the boiler prior to
servicing.
4. Inspect gas line for leaks.
5. Be certain gas input rate is correct. Over firing
may result in early failure of the boiler sections.
This may cause dangerous operation. Under
firing may result in too much air for the pre-mix
burner causing poor or loss of combustion.
6. Never vent the products of combustion from
this boiler to an enclosed space. Always vent
to the outdoors. Never vent to another room
or to inside a building.
7. Be sure there is adequate outdoor air supply
to boiler.for complete combustion.
8. Follow a regular service and maintenance
schedule for efficient and safe operation. 9.
Keep boiler area clean of debris and free of
combustible and flammable materials.
10. Proper through the wall or through the roof
combustion venting shall be in accordance with the
materials and methods described in this manual.
Installation must comply with local codes.
11. This boiler and related hot water heating
systems are not do it yourself items. They
must be installed and serviced by qualified
professionals.
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! WARNING !
This boiler has been equipped for residential
installations. If used for commercial
applications, any additional code requirements
must be adhered to for installation. This may
require additional controls including but not
limited to a low water cut off, a manual reset
high temperature limit, and wiring and/or
piping modifications. The manufacturer is not
responsible for any field installation changes
made to a boiler installation which are not
described or acknowledged in this manual.
BEFORE INSTALLING THE BOILER
Complete all of the following prior to installing
the boiler.
A. CODES
This boiler product is a gas-fired, direct vent,
condensing boiler and must be installed in
accordance with all applicable federal, state
and local building codes including, but not
limited to the following:
United States - Installation shall conform
with National Fuel Gas Code (NFPA-54/ANSI
Z223.1-latest edition)
Canada - Installation shall be in accordance
with CSA B 149.1 and .2. installation codes.
Where required by the authority having
jurisdiction, the installation must conform to
the American Society of Mechanical Engineers
Safety Code for Controls and Safety Devices
for Automatically Fired Boilers, No.CSD-1.
BEFORE INSTALLING THE BOILER Continued
The installation must conform to the requirements
of the authority having jurisdiction or, in the
absence of such requirements, to the National
Fuel Gas Code, ANSI Z223.1 - latest revision.
Installers - Follow local regulations with
respect to installation of CO (Carbon
Monoxide) Detectors. Follow maintenance
recommendations in this manual.
Techniciens - Veuillez vous conformer à
la réglementation en vigueur concernant 1’
installations des détecteurs d’oxyde de carbone.
Suivre les consignes d’entretien figurant dans
le manuel d’instruction ci-joint.
• Connected to a suitable venting system
to remove the hazardous products of gas
combustion (maximum length 80' for the
Model-100 boiler, and maximum length 100'
for the Model-75 and Model-50 boilers).
• Connected to a suitable hot water heating
system
• Supplied with a suitable electrical supply for
all boiler motors and controls.
• Connected to a properly located thermostat
or operating control. (not included with
boiler)
• Placed on level surface (must NOT be
installed on carpeting)
B. BOILER SIZING
• Check to be sure you have selected the
• Condensate drain line must be pitched down
boiler with the proper capacity before
to floor drain or external condensate pump
starting the installation. The I=B R Rating of
with reservoir at ¼” per foot (wood frame or
the boiler selected should be greater than
blocks may be used to raise boiler).
or equal to the calculated peak heating load
(heat loss) for the building or area(s) served
by the boiler and associated hot water D. LOCATING THE BOILER
heating systems. See the table "BOILER
1. Select a location which is level, central to the
RATINGS AND CAPACITIES".
piping systems served and as close to the
• Heat loss calculations should be based on
vent and air intake terminals as possible.
approved industry methods.
2. Accessibility clearances, if more stringent
(i.e. larger clearances) than required fire
C. CONSIDERATIONS FOR BOILER
protection clearances, must be used for the
LOCATION
boiler installation. Accessibility clearances
may be achieved with the use of removable
Before selecting a location for the boiler, the
walls or partitions.
following should be considered. Each boiler
3. The boiler is approved for installation in
considered.
closets and on combustible floors. This
• Supplied with the correct type of gas (natural
boiler shall NOT be installed on carpeting.
gas or propane).
4. The clearances shown in Table #2 indicate
required clearances per IAS listing. A
• Connected to a suitable combustion air intake
minimum 1” clearance must be maintained
piping system to supply the correct amounts
between combustible construction and
of fresh (outdoor) air for combustion.
each of the left, top and back surfaces
(maximum length 80' for the Model-100
of the boiler. A minimum 8” clearance is
boiler, and maximum length 100' for the
required on the right side, to allow room
Model-75 and Model-50 boilers).
for the inlet air pipe. An 18” clearance must
be maintained at a side where passage is
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BEFORE INSTALLING THE BOILER Continued
TABLE #2 - BOILER CLEARANCES
Unit
Combustible Clearance
Inch (mm)
Accessibility, Cleaning, and Servicing
Inch (mm)
Top
1 (25.4)
8 (203.2)
Left Side
1 (25.4)
24 (609.6)
Right Side
8 (203.2)
-
Base
1 (25.4)
-
Front
0 (0)
24 (609.6)
Back
Intake/Vent Piping
1 (25.4)
0 (0)
-
Near Boiler Hot Water Piping
1 (25.4)
-
All distances measured from the cabinet of the boiler.
required to access another side for cleaning
or servicing, inspection or replacement of
any parts that normally may require such
attention. Allow at least 24” at the front
and left side and 8” at the top for servicing.
No clearances are required to venting or
combustion air intake piping.
5. Equipment shall be installed in a location
which facilitates the operation of venting
and combustion air intake piping systems
as described in this manual.
6. Advise owner of boiler to keep venting and
combustion air intake passages free of
obstructions. both the venting and combustion air
intake piping systems connected to the outdoors
must permit flow through the piping systems
without restrictions for the boiler to operate.
7. The boiler shall be installed such that the
automatic gas ignition system components
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are protected from water (dripping,
spraying, rain, etc.) during operation and
service (circulator replacement, control
replacement, etc.).
E. COMBUSTION AIR AND VENT PIPE
REQUIREMENTS
This boiler requires a dedicated direct vent system.
In a direct vent system, all air for combustionis
taken directly from outside atmosphere, and
all flue products are discharged to outside
atmosphere.
Combustion air and vent pipe connections must
terminate together in the same atmospheric
pressure zone, either through the roof or sidewall
(roof termination preferred). See Figures 9 & 10
for required clearances.
BEFORE INSTALLING THE BOILER Continued
! CAUTION !
KEEP BOILER AREA CLEAN OF DEBRIS AND FREE OF FLAMABLE AND COMBUSTIBLE
MATERIALS, VAPORS AND LIQUIDS
! WARNING !
When vent pipe is exposed to temperatures below freezing, such as when it passes through
an unheated space or when a chimney is used as a raceway, vent pipe must be insulated with
1/2” Armaflex or equivalent. In extreme cold climate areas, use ¾” Armaflex or equivalent.
Combustion air must be clean outdoor air. Combustion air must not be taken from inside
structure because that air frequently is contaminated by halogens, which include fluorides,
chlorides, phosphates, bromides and iodides. These elements are found in aerosols, detergents, bleaches, cleaning solvents, salts, air fresheners, paints, adhesives and other household products.
Locate combustion air inlet as far away as possible from swimming pool and swimming pool
pump house.
All combustion air and vent pipes must be airtight and watertight. Combustion air and vent
piping must also terminate exactly as shown in Figure 9 or 10.
Vent connections serving appliances vented by natural draft shall not be connected into any
portion of mechanical draft systems operating under positive pressure.
Solvent cements are combustible. Keep away from heat, sparks, and open flame. Use only
in well ventilated areas. Avoid breathing in vapor or allowing contact with skin or eyes.
FAILURE TO FOLLOW THE AFOREMENTIONED WARNINGS COULD RESULT IN FIRE,
PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY, OR DEATH.
F. CONDENSATE DRAIN REQUIREMENTS
NOTES:
Condensate drain line to be pitched down to floor
drain at a minimum of ¼” per foot. An external
condensate pump (not furnished) may be used
if floor drain is not available. The condensate
pump must be designed for flue gas condensate
application
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1. Condensate trap is built into the boiler, an
external trap is not required and should
not be used.
2. Wood frame or blocks may be used to
raise the boiler to maintain drain pitch or
to be above external condensate pump
reservoir.
3. There is a 115 Volt AC receptacle provided on the service switch junction box
which is located at the boiler right side, to
provide power for an external condensate
pump (if needed).
BEFORE INSTALLING THE BOILER Continued
G. FOUNDATION REQUIREMENTS
4. Place in operation the appliance being
inspected. Follow the lighting instructions.
Adjust thermostat so appliances will
operate continuously.
Boiler must be placed on level surface.
Boiler is NOT to be installed on carpeting.
NOTE:
1. If boiler is not level condensate drain lines
will not function properly. Adjustable feet
are located on the boiler to make up for
minor surface irregularities or tilt.
2. Wood frame or blocks may be used to raise
boiler to maintain drain pitch or to be above
external condensate pump reservoir.
5. Test for spillage at the draft hood relief opening
after 5 minutes of main burner operation. Use
the flame of a match or candle, or the smoke
from a cigarette, cigar or pipe.
H. REMOVAL OF EXISTING BOILER FROM
COMMON VENT SYSTEM
When an existing boiler is removed from
a common venting system, the common
venting system is likely to be too large for
proper venting of the appliances remaining
connected to it. At the time of removal of
an existing boiler, the following steps shall
be followed with each appliance remaining
connected to the common venting system
placed in operation, while the other appliances
remaining connected to the common venting
system are not in operation.
1. Seal any unused openings in the common
venting system.
6. After it has been determined that each
appliance remaining connected to the
common venting system properly vents
when tested as outlined above, return
doors, windows, exhaust fans and any
other gas-burning appliance to their
previous condition of use.
7. Any improper operation of the common
venting system should be corrected so
the installation conforms with the National
Fuel Code, NFPA-54/ANSI -Z223.1-latest
revision, or section 5 of CSA-B 149 for
Canadian standards. When resizing any
portion of the common venting system,
the common venting system should be
resized to approach the minimum size as
determined using the appropriate tables
in part 11 in the National Fuel Gas Code,
NFPA-54/ANSI- Z223.1-latest revision,
or section 5 of CSA-B 149 for Canadian
standards.
2. Visually inspect the venting system for proper
size and horizontal pitch and determine
PLACING THE BOILER
there is no blockage. or restrictions,
leakage, corrosion and other deficiencies
The boiler should be placed to provide the most
which could cause an unsafe condition.
direct connections to the combustion air, vent and
3. Insofar as is practical, close all. building system piping as possible.
doors and windows and all doors between Place crated boiler as close to selected location as
the space in which the appliances remaining possible and uncrate boiler. The uncrated boiler
connected to the common venting system may be moved into position with an appliance dolly
are located and other spaces of the or 2-wheel hand truck. The dolly or hand truck
building. Turn on clothes dryer and any should be inserted under the left hand side of the
appliance not connected to the common boiler. It is possible to slide the boiler for a short
venting system. Turn on any exhaust distance on a smooth floor or surface.
fans, such as range hoods and bathroom
NOTE: Refer to manual section “LOCATING
exhaust, so they will operate at maximum
THE BOILER” for required clearances for
speed. Do not operate a summer exhaust
servic ing and maintenance.
fan. Close fire dampers.
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NEAR BOILER PIPING
! CAUTION !
Copper supply and return piping. must NOT be installed directly into aluminum boiler section
casings due to galvanic corrosion between dissimilar metals. Iron or steel bushings or pipe
nipples should be used between copper system piping and boiler to make final connection to
boiler. Also, the use of dielectric unions is acceptable. The packaged boiler is furnished with iron
piping in the front boiler section for the supply and return connections.
boiler. A hot water boiler installed above radiation
level must be equipped with a low water cut off
device. A periodic inspection is necessary us is
flushing of float type devices, per low water cut
off manufacturers specific instructions.
When the installation of the boiler is for a new
heating system, first install all of the radiation
units (panels, radiators, baseboard, or tubing) and
the supply and return mains. After all heating system piping and components have been installed,
make final connection of the system piping to the
A. SUPPLY AND RETURN LINES
The packaged boiler unit is set up to receive
1 ¼” NPT supply and return piping from top
access. The boiler unit can also be piped from
the left side by turning the supply elbow, and
from the rear of the unit by removing plugs in
the rear boiler section.
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NOTE: The circulator pump and isolation
valves are furnished within a carton inside
the boiler cabinet and can be installed at the
installer preferred location.
SUPPLY AND RETURN LINES
Figure #2
SINGLE ZONE BOILER PIPING
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SUPPLY AND RETURN LINES
Figure #3
MULTI ZONE BOILER PIPING WITH ZONE VALVES
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SUPPLY AND RETURN LINES
Figure #4
MULTI ZONE BOILER PIPING WITH CIRCULATORS
NOTE: When zoning with circulators, the furnished circulator pump should be used as one of the
zone pumps. Each stripped end of the electrical wires for the circulator pump inside the junction
box should be taped or wire nutted to prevent short circuits. Unplug the circulator pump wiring at
the integrated boiler control.
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SUPPLY AND RETURN LINES
Figure #5
SINGLE ZONE BOILER PIPING
B. PRESSURE RELIEF VALVE
Size expansion tank accordingly. Consult
expansion tank manufacturer for proper sizing
information. Connect properly sized expansion
tank (not furnished) as shown in Figure 6 for
diaphragm type expansion tank and Figure 7
for conventional closed type expansion tanks.
For diaphragm type expansion tanks, adjust
the tank air pressure to match the system fill
pressure. Install air vent (furnished) as shown
for diaphragm type expansion tank system
only. Install make-up water connections as
shown per local codes. If a pressure reducing
valve is used, adjust to match the system fill
pressure. In connecting the cold make-up
water supply to the boiler, make sure that clean
water supply is available. When the water
supply is from a well or pump, sand strainer
should be installed at the pump.
The boiler is furnished with a factory installed
relief valve in the top of the boiler. Provide ¾”
piping from the supplied relief valve to a local
floor drain, but leave an air gap between piping
and drain. No shutoff of any description shall
be placed between safety relief valve and the
boiler, or on the discharge pipes between such
safety valve and the atmosphere. Installation
of the safety relief valve shall conform to
ANSI/ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel
Code, Section IV. The manufacturer is not
responsible for any water damage.
C. EXPANSION TANK AND MAKE-UP WATER
Determine required system fill pressure,
system design temperature, and system water
content. Boiler contains 2.6 gallons (U.S.).
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SUPPLY AND RETURN LINES
Figure #6
DIAPHRAGM TYPE EXPANSION TANK PIPING
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SUPPLY AND RETURN LINES
Figure #7
CONVENTIONAL (closed type) EXPANSION TANK PIPING
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SUPPLY AND RETURN LINES
Figure #8
CONDENSATE - DRAIN PIPING
D. CONDENSATE DRAIN PIPING
The condensate trap is built into the boiler, an
external trap is not required and should NOT be
used.
Provide ½” PVC condensate drain and fittings.
Condensate drain to be pitched down to floor drain
at a minimum of ¼” per foot.
Install furnished ½” PVC tee to overflow fitting as
shown in Figure 8.
The ½” diameter schedule 40 PVC or CPVC
condensate drain and pipe fittings must conform
to ANSI standards and ASTM D 1785 or D2846.
Schedule 40 PVC or CPVC cement and primer
must conform to ASTM D2564 or F493. In
Canada, use CSA or ULC certified schedule 40
PVC or CPVC drain pipe cement.
A condensate pump with a reservoir (not furnished)
may be used to remove condensate to a drain line
(sanitary line) above boiler if a floor drain is not
available or its in accessible.
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SUPPLY AND RETURN LINES
E. FILLING CONDENSATE TRAP WITH WATER ON THE INITIAL START UP THE CONDEN
SATE TRAP MUST BE MANUALLY FILLED WITH WATER
The following are the steps required to initially fill F. CHILLED WATER PIPING
the condensate trap for start up, these steps are
The boiler, when used in connection with a
only required at the initial start up or if mainterefrigeration system, must be installed so the
nance requires draining of the condensate trap:
chiller medium is piped in parallel with the boiler
with appropriate valves to prevent the chilled
1. Disconnect the vent condensate drain line from
medium from entering the boiler.
the bottom of the vent tee on the boiler.
The boiler piping system of a hot water boiler
2. Pour about 1 cup of cold tap water into the
connected to heating coils is located in air
vent drain line with a proper funnel.
handling units where they may be exposed to
refrigerated air circulation must be equipped
3. Excess water should go through the overflow
with flow control valves or other automatic
and out through the condensate drain line.
means to prevent gravity circulation of the boiler
Verify proper operation of the drain line (or
water during cooling cycle.
external condensate pump if used).
4. Reinstall the vent drain line.
COMBUSTION AIR AND VENT PIPE
A. CONNECTIONS AND TERMINATION
For boilers connected to gas vents or chimneys,
vent installations shall be in accordance with
part 7, Venting of Equipment, of the National
Fuel Gas Code, ANSI 2223.1-latest revision,
CAN/CGA-B 149.1 and B 149.2, and applicable
provisions of the local building codes.
Provisions for combustion and ventilation air
must be in accordance with section 5.3, Air For
Combustion and Ventilation, of the National
Fuel Gas Code,ANSI 2223.1-latest revision,
CAN/CGA-B 149.1 and B 149.2, or applicable
provisions of the local building code.
These boilers require a dedicated direct vent
system. All air for combustion is taken directly
from outdoors through the combustion air intake pipe. All flue products are discharged to
the outdoors through the vent pipe.
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1. See Figures 9 & 10 for combustion air and vent
pipe roof and sidewall termination. (Roof termi
nation is preferred) Combustion air and vent
pipes must terminate together in same atmo
spheric pressure zone as shown. Construction through which vent and air intake pipes
may be installed is a maximum 24 inches,
minimum ¼” thickness.
2. Combustion air and vent pipe fittings must
conform to American National Standards Insti
tute (ANSI) standards and American Society
for Testing and Materials (ASTM) standards
D1784 (schedule-40 CPVC), D1785 (schedule-40 PVC), D2665 (PVC-DWV), D2241
(SDR-21 and SDR-26 PVC), D2661 (ABSDWV), or F628 (schedule-40 ABS). Pipe
cement and primer must conform to ASTM
standards D2564 (PVC) or D2235 (ABS).
COMBUSTION AIR AND VENT PIPE
In Canada construct all combustion air and vent pipes for this unit of CSA or ULC certified
schedule-40 CPVC, schedule-40 PVC, PVC-DWV or ABS-DWV pipe and pipe cement. SDR
pipe is NOT approved in Canada.
3.
PVC. If any elbows are employed within the
Combustion air and vent piping connections
first 5 feet of vent, they must be CPVC too.
on boiler are sized for 2” pipe. Any pipe size
Two (2) - 30” pieces of 2” CPVC pipe are
change (to 3”) must be made outside of the
furnished with the boiler.
boiler casing in a vertical run of pipe to allow
for proper drainage of vent condensate. Due
NOTE: The transition from 2” pipe to 3” pipe
to potential for flue gas temperatures over
must be made in a vertical run.
155°F, the first five (5) feet of vent pipe must
be CPVC, the remaining vent pipe can be 4. Combustion air and vent piping lengths,
BOILER
SIZE
2” PIPE MINIMUM
VENTING
2” PIPE MAXIMUM
VENTING”
3” PIPE MINIMUM
VENTING
3” PIPE MAXIMUM
VENTING”
100
2 FEET IN LENGTH
+
4-90º ELBOWS
15 FEET IN LENGTH
AND UP TO
4-90º ELBOWS
15 FEET IN LENGTH
+
4-90º ELBOWS
80 FEET IN LENGTH
AND UP TO
4-90º ELBOWS
75 & 50
2 FEET IN LENGTH
+
4-90º ELBOWS
20 FEET IN LENGTH
AND UP TO
4-90º ELBOWS
20 FEET IN LENGTH
+
4-90º ELBOWS
100 FEET IN LENGTH
AND UP TO
4-90º ELBOWS
The first 5 feet of “TOTAL EQUIVALENT LENGTH” of vent piping run must be CPVC:
The length of pipe is counted from the boiler jacket (air intake pipe) or from vent tee (vent pipe).
For additional elbows, reduce the maximum vent length as shown:
2” 90 degree elbow -1 ½ feet per additional elbow.
3” 90 degree elbow - 3 feet per additional elbow.
Example: To add 2 additional 90 degree elbows to a 3” pipe for a 75 boiler.
Each elbow is 3 additional feet per 90 degree elbow for a total of 6 feet. (1 elbow @ 3 feet
+ 1 elbow @ 3 feet = 6 additional feet of pipe) The total additional pipe is then subtracted
from the maximum allowable pipe length to give the new maximum length of 94 feet with 6,
90 degree elbows. (“TOTAL EQUIVALENT LENGTH”: Original 100 feet max. - 6 feet for 2
additional elbows = new 94 feet maximum length).
5.
with no sags or low spots where moisture
can accumulate and block the flow of air
or flue gas. Combustion air and vent pipes
must be airtight and watertight.
Combustion air and vent piping to be pitched
back to boiler at minimum ¼” per foot from
intake and vent terminals so that all moisture
in combustion air and vent piping drains to
boiler. Pipes must be pitched continuously
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COMBUSTION AIR AND VENT PIPE
6. Consideration for the following should be used
when determining an appropriate location for
termination of combustion air and vent piping.
boiler to shut down if the vent becomes obstructed.
• Under certain conditions, flue gas will condense, forming moisture, and may be corrosive. In such cases, steps should be taken
to prevent building materials at the vent from
being damaged by exhaust of flue gas.
• Comply with all clearances required as
stated in paragraph 7.
• Termination should be positioned where vent
vapors will not damage plants/shrubs or air
conditioning equipment.
• Termination should be positioned so that it
will not be effected by wind eddy, air born
leaves, snow, or recirculated flue gases.
• Termination should be positioned where it will
not be subjected to potential damage by
foreign objects, such as stones, balls, etc..
• Termination should be positioned where vent
vapors are not objectionable.
• Put vent on a wall away from the prevailing winter wind. Locate or guard the vent
to prevent accidental contact with people
or pets.
• Terminate the vent above normal snowline.
Avoid locations where snow may drift and
block the vent. Ice or snow may cause the
7. The venting system shall terminate at least
3 feet above any forced air inlet (except the
boiler’s combustion air inlet) within 10 feet.
The venting system shall terminate at least 12
inches from any air opening into any building.
The bottom of the vent shall be located at least
12 inches above grade. Termination of the vent
shall be not less than 7 feet above an adjacent
public walkway. The vent terminal shall not be
installed closer than 3 feet from the inside corner of an L shaped structure. Termination of the
vent should be kept at least 3 feet away from
vegetation. The venting system shall terminate
at least 4 feet horizontally from, and in no case
above or below, unless a 4 foot horizontal distance is maintained, from electric meters, gas
meters, regulators, and relief equipment.
Figure #9
ROOF VENT/INTAKE TERMINATIONS
15'' MAXIMUM
3'' MAXIMUM
SEPARATION
12''
MIMIMUM
8" MINIMUM
VERTICAL SEPARATION
BETWEEN COMBUSTION
AIR INTAKE AND VENT
MAINTAIN 12" MINIMUM
CLEARANCE ABOVE HIGHEST
ANTICIPATED SNOW LEVEL
COMBUSTION
AIR
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COMBUSTION AIR AND VENT PIPE
Figure #10
SIDEWALL VENT/INTAKE TERMINATIONS
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COMBUSTION AIR AND VENT PIPE
Figure #11
COMBUSTION AIR AND VENT PIPING
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COMBUSTION AIR AND VENT PIPE
B. INSTALLATION
1.
Attach combustion air intake piping to supplied Fernco 2” coupling on mixer. Attach vent
piping to furnished 2” CPVC vent tee on draft
inducer outlet.
NOTE: All pipe joints are to be water tight.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
8.
Working from the boiler to the outside, cut
pipe to required length(s).
Deburr inside and outside of pipe.
Chamfer outside edge of pipe for better distribution of primer and cement.
Clean and dry all surfaces to be joined.
Check dry fit of pipe and mark insertion depth
on pipe.
NOTE: It is recommended that all pipes be cut,
prepared, and pre-assembled before permanently cementing any joint.
7.
9.
10.
11.
12.
After pipes have been cut and pre-assembled,
apply cement primer to pipe fitting socket and
end of pipe to insertion mark. Quickly apply
13.
approved cement to end of pipe and fitting
socket (over primer). Apply cement in light,
uniform coat on the inside of socket to prevent buildup of excess cement. Apply second
coat.
While cement is still wet, insert pipe into
socket with a’/a turn twist. Be sure pipe is
fully inserted into fitting socket.
Wipe excess cement from joint. A continuous
bead of cement will be visible around perimeter of a properly made joint.
Handle pipe joint carefully until cement sets.
Support combustion air and vent piping a
minimum of every 5 feet using pre-formed
metal hanging straps. Do not rigidly support
pipes. Allow movement due to expansion and
contraction.
Slope combustion air and vent pipes toward
boiler a minimum of 1/4” per linear foot with
no sags between hangers.
Use appropriate methods to seal openings
where vent and combustion air pipes pass
through roof or side wall.
GAS SUPPLY PIPING
A. CHECK GAS SUPPLY
The gas pipe to your boiler must be the correct size
for the length of run and for the total BTU per hour
input of all gas utilization equipment connected to
it. See Table 3 for the proper size (next page). Be
sure your gas line complies with local codes and
gas company requirements.
system during any pressure testing of that system at
test pressures in excess of ‘/z psig (3.5kpa).
The boiler must be isolated from the gas supply
piping system by closing its individual manual
shutoff valve during any pressure testing of the
gas supply piping system at test pressures equal
The boiler and its individual shutoff valve must be to or less than ‘/z psig (3.50ka).
disconnected from the gas supply piping
NATURAL GAS
PROPANE GAS
MAXIMUM GAS SUPPLY PRESSURE
10” w.c.
14” w.c.
MINIMUM GAS SUPPLY PRESSURE
4” w.c.
10” w.c.
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GAS SUPPLY PIPING
B. CONNECTING THE GAS PIPING
Refer to Figure 12 for the general layout at
6. Install a manual shutoff valve in the vertical
the boiler. It shows the basic fittings you will
pipe about 5 feet above floor.
need. The gas line enters the boiler from the
7. Tighten all joints securely.
right side jacket panel. The boiler may receive
8. Propane gas connections should only be
the gas supply pipe through the left side, or
made by a licensed propane installer.
rear jacket panel by relocating the gas valve
9. Two stage regulation should be used by the
connector and pipe assembly. The boiler is
propane installer.
equipped with a ‘/z” NPT connection on the 10. Propane gas piping should be checked out by
gas valve for supply piping. The following
the propane installer.
rules apply:
1. Use only those piping materials and joining C. CHECKING THE GAS PIPING
methods listed as acceptable by the authority
After all connection have been made, check
having jurisdiction, or in the absence of such
immediately for leaks. Open the manual
requirements, by the National Fuel Gas Code,
shutoff valve. Test for leaks by applying soap
ANSI Z223.1- latest revision. In Canada,
suds (or a liquid detergent) to each joint.
follow the CSA- B 149.1 and .2 Installation
Bubbles forming indicate leak. CORRECT
Codes for Gas Burning Appliances and
EVEN THE SMALLEST LEAK AT ONCE.
Equipment.
2. Use pipe joint compound suitable for liquefied
!
WARNING
!
petroleum gas on male threads only.
3. Use ground joint unions.
NEVER USE A MATCH OR OPEN FLAME
4. Install a sediment trap upstream of gas conTO TEST FOR LEAKS.
trols.
5. Use two pipe wrenches when making the connection to the gas valve to keep it from turning.
TABLE #3 – GAS PIPE SIZES
NATURAL GAS
Pipe Capacity - BTU Per Hour Input Includes Fittings
Length of
Pipe - Ft.
1/2”
3/4”
1”
1 1/4”
20
92,000
190,000
350,000
625,000
40
63,000
130,000
245,000
445,000
60
50,000
105,000
195,000
365,000
PROPANE GAS
Pipe Capacity - BTU Per Hour Input Includes Fittings
Length of
Pipe - Ft.
Copper Tubing*
Iron Pipe
5/8”
3/4”
1/2”
3/4”
20
131,000
216,000
189,000
393,000
40
90,000
145,000
129,000
267,000
60
72,000
121,000
103,000
217,000
* Outside diameter
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GAS SUPPLY PIPING
Figure #12
GAS PIPING
ELECTRICAL WIRING
!
WARNING
!
TURN OFF ELECTRICAL POWER AT FUSE BOX BEFORE MAKING ANY LINE
VOLTAGE CONNECTIONS. FOLLOW LOCAL ELECTRICAL CODES.
All electrical work must conform to local codes as well as the National Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA70,
latest revision. In Canada, electrical wiring shall comply with the Canadian Electrical Codes,
CSAC22.1 and .2
A. ELECTRIC POWER SUPPLY
Prior to making any line Voltage connections,
service switch at boiler should be in the off
position and the power turned off at the fuse
box
Run a separate 120 Volt circuit from a sperate
over current protection device in the electrical
service entrance panel. This should be a 15
30
ampere circuit. A service switch has been prewired and located on the exterior boiler jacket.
See Figure 13 for diagram showing location of
service switch junction box and power supply
connection points. Connect black (hot) lead
from the power supply to either of the unused
brass screws on the service switch. Connect
the white (neutral) lead from the power supply
ELECTRICAL WIRING
to the white screw on the service switch.
Connect the green (ground) lead from the
power supply to the ground (green) screw
on the service switch. The receptacle on the
service switch is always powered regardless
of whether the switch is on or off, and could
be used as a power supply for an external
condensate pump if one is used.
The boiler, when installed, must be electrically
grounded in accordance with the requirements of
the authority having jurisdiction or, in the absence
of such requirements, with the National Electrical
Code, ANSI/NFPA-70, latest revision. In Canada,
electrical wiring shall comply with the Canadian
Electrical Codes, CSA-C22.1 and .2.
Run a 14 gauge or heavier copper wire from
the boiler to a grounded connection in the service panel or a properly driven and electrically
grounded ground rod.
Set heat anticipator at 0.7 amps. Connect 24
Volt thermostat leads to the two(2) yellow wires
located in service switch junction box, located
on outer jacket of boiler. See Figure 13 for
service switch junction box and thermostat field
wiring connections.
C. CONNECT CIRCULATOR PUMP WIRING
See Figure 13 for service switch junction box
and circulator pump field wiring connections. A
5 feet wiring harness with flexible metal conduit
is supplied to connect the circulator pump to the
service switch junction box. If the two 120 Volt
circulator wire terminals inside the junction box
are not used, please leave the two wire nuts to
prevent the short circuit.
!
B. INSTALL YOUR THERMOSTAT
The thermostat location has an important effect
on the operation of your boiler system. BE SURE
TO FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTIONS INCLUDED
WITH YOUR THERMOSTAT.
Locate the thermostat about five feet above the
floor on an inside wall. It may be mounted directly
on the wall or on a vertical mounted outlet box.
It should be sensing average room temperature.
Avoid the Following:
THINGS TO AVOID WHEN LOCATING THERMOSTATS
DEAD SPOTS:
Comers and alcoves
Behind doors
COLD SPOTS:
HOT SPOTS:
Concealed pipes
Concealed pipes or ducts
Fireplace
TV sets
Stairwells - drafts
Radios
Lamps
Unheated rooms on
Direct sunlight
other side of wall
Kitchens
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CAUTION
!
LABEL ALL WIRES PRIOR TO
DISCONNECTION WHEN SERVICING
CONTROLS. WIRING ERRORS CAN
CAUSE IMPROPER AND DANGEROUS
OPERATION. VERIFY PROPER OPERATION
AFTER SERVICING.
ELECTRICAL WIRING
Figure #13
FIELD WIRING CONNECTIONS
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ELECTRICAL WIRING
Figure #14
(D) SCHEMATIC WIRING DIAGRAM
If any of the original wire as supplied with this appliance must be replaced, it must be replaced
with type 150°C Thermoplastic wire or its equivalent
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ELECTRICAL WIRING
Figure #15
(E) LADDER WIRING DIAGRAM
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CONTROLS AND ACCESSORIES
This section provides a brief description of the key controls and accessories found in this boiler.
See the Troubleshooting section of the Service Hints chapter of this installation manual for detailed sequences
of operation and troubleshooting procedures. See the Repair Parts chapter of this manual for locations of all
control components and accessories described.
A. INTEGRATED BOILER CONTROL (IBC)
mounted in the ½” NPT control well and ¾”x½”
bushing on the top of the front boiler section at the
hot water outlet. The aquastat is tied in with the
IBC and is factory set at 180 °F water temperature.
The high limit setpoint is field adjustable and may
be set anywhere between 100 °F and 200 °F.
The field setpoint adjustment for each installation
depends on heating system requirements. The
aquastat automatically resets when the boiler
water temperature decreases (5-30 °F adjustable
differential). The differential can be adjusted
with the (white) Differential Adjustment Wheel
on the aquastat and gives the flexibility for boiler
operation. The larger the differential, the longer
the run cycle of the boiler.
The Integrated Boiler Control (IBC) is a
microprocessor based controller for a high
efficiency gas boiler that monitors all safety
controls and which controls the operation of the
combustion air blower, circulator pump, burner,
and a combination hot surface igniter/flame
sensor. This controller is not intended for use
with a vent damper. This controller is mounted on
the control panel inside of the boiler and contains
four (5) diagnostic indicator lights.
B. GAS CONTROL VALVE
The electrically controlled 24 Volt Honeywell
Model VR8205 Combination Gas Control Valve
is designed to meet the requirements for use with
hot surface ignition systems found in this boiler.
The valve is piped to the gas/air mixer.
NOTE: The maximum setpoint of the Aquastat
must not exceed 200 °F.
E. DRAFT INDUCER TEMPERATURE SAFETY
SWITCH
C. HOT SURFACE IGNITER
The 120 Volt Hot Surface Igniter heats up to 1800
°F to initiate combustion of the gas in the burner.
The igniter is mounted next to the burner through
the gas/air mixer. The igniter also serves as a
means for proving the main burner flame by flame
rectification. In the event of a lack of flame signal
on three (3) consecutive trials for ignition, the IBC
will lockout. The “VALVE” and “FLAME” diagnostic
indicator lamps (lamp “D” and “E” on the IBC, See
Figure 16) will blink indicating the failure mode as
a lack of flame signal. The IBC is manually reset
from lockout by either removing and reestablishing
the thermostat’s call for heat, or by turning the
service switch off, then back on.
The Draft Inducer Temperature Safety Switch is a
disc thermostat (180 °F setpoint) located on the
induced draft fan outlet port. The switch protects
the inducer and vent pipe from a potential high
temperature condition for the discharging flue
gases. This condition would typically be a result
of higher aquastat setting or over firing. The
temperature safety switch automatically resets
when the
higher aquastat setting or over firing. The temperature safety switch automatically resets when
the vent temperature decreases. (15 °F switch
differential).
D. HIGH LIMIT AQUASTAT CONTROL
The High Limit Aquastat Control determines the
maximum boiler water temperature and also
provides a means for protecting the boiler and
heating system from unsafe operating conditions
which could damage the boiler. The aquastat is
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CONTROLS AND ACCESSORIES
F. CASTING TEMPERATURE SAFETY SWITCH
before being discharged through the vent pipIn the event of lack of or loss of water in the
ing to the outdoors. See applicable sections for
boiler, the Casting Temperature Safety Switch
proper sizing and installation of combustion air
(300 °F setpoint) installed on the top of the
and vent piping in this manual.
aluminum boiler section shuts off the boiler
by shutting off power to the Integrated Boiler I. CIRCULATOR PUMP
Control (IBC) and causes the Power IndicaEvery forced hot water system requires at
tor Light to go out. This fault requires manual
least one circulating pump. The circulating
reset of the casting temperature safety switch
pump imparts the necessary energy to move
to restart the boiler. Verify that the boiler is
the water through the closed loop supply and
properly filled with water before resetting this
return piping systems, terminal heating equipswitch. WARNING-Never run cold water into
ment (i.e. finned tube radiators, etc.) and back
a hot empty boiler.
through the boiler for reheating. To provide the
required hot water flow rates, the circulator
G. DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE AIR PROVING
pump must be properly sized to overcome
SWITCH
frictional losses (usually measured in feet of
The diaphragm type differential pressure switch
water, also referred to as “pump head loss”)
is connected by vinyl tubing to the pressure signal
of the supply and return piping systems and
hose adapters. The pressure switch monitors air
boiler. The circulator pump is furnished in a
flow by sensing the diffential pressure measured
carton within the boiler cabinet for a single
in inches of water(“ w.c.). The factory settings
zone or zone valve controlled heating syson these switches are 1.00 “w.c. for Model-100,
tem and should be correctly located on the
1.35 “w.c. for Model-75 and 1.55 “w.c. for Modeldownstream (i.e., pumping away) side of the
50. The contacts are normally open, and close
expansion tank. For a pump controlled system
when the draft inducer is running and causing
(where there is a circulator for each zone) the
the diffential pressure at the switch to exceed
circulator provided with the boiler can work
the setting. The closed switch proves there is
for one zone. For more details on piping and
adequate air flow for combustion. The pressure
circulators, see Near Boiler Piping section of
switch shuts off the main burner if the differential
this manual.
pressure is inadequate due to a blocked vent
pipe or a blocked air intake or blocked boiler
sections or blocked draft inducer. After five
(5) minutes of lack of the adequate differential
pressure, the IBC will lockout. The “PURGE”
indicator light will blink, indicating a failure to
prove adequate combustion air flow or flue gas
flow. The IBC is manually reset from lockout as
described in the Sequence of Operation section
of this chapter.
J. DRAIN VALVE
The manual drain valve provides a means of
draining the water in the heating system, including the boiler and hot water supply and return
piping systems installed above the drain valve.
This drain valve is installed in the ¾” tapping at
the bottom of the front boiler section. Any piping
installedbelow the elevation of this drain valve
will require additional drain valves to be installed
at low points in the piping systems in order to
H. DRAFT INDUCER
drain the entire system.
The draft inducer (blower) provides a means
for pulling combustion air into and through the
mixer, the burner, the flue ways of the cast
aluminum boiler sections and the flue adapter
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CONTROLS AND ACCESSORIES
K. A.S.M.E. RATED PRESSURE RELIEF VALVE
event of blocked flueways, enough air will
Each boiler must have a properly sized and
not be available to support combustion, and
installed American Society of Mechanical
the S9301 Integrated Boiler Control (IBC) will
Engineers rated pressure relief valve. Water
lockout due to loss of adequate air flow (after
expands as it is heated by the burner/boiler
3 trials for ignition). The “PURGE” diagnostic
sections. If there is no place for the water to
indicator lamp (lamp “B” on the IBC, see
expand its volume, (i.e. a properly sized and
Figure16) will blink indicating the failure mode
properly functioning expansion tank) pressure
as a lack of adequate air flow. The IBC is manon the inside of the boiler and heating system
ually reset from lockout by either removing and
will increase. The furnished relief valve will
reestablishing the thermostat’s call for heat,
automatically open at 30 psig pressure to
or by turning the service switch off, then back
relieve the strain on the boiler and heating
on. If the boiler cannot be restored to normal
system from the increasing pressure. The
operating condition by resetting the control,
pressure relief valve discharge must be piped
contact a qualified service agency to check
with piping same size as the valve discharge
heat exchanger flueways for blockage.
opening to an open drain, tub or sink, or other
suitable drainage point not subject to freezing,
in accordance with A.S.M.E. specifications. M. EXTERNAL CONDENSATE PUMP (Optional)
Failure to provide the pressure relief valve
For installations where there is no floor drain
with piping as herein described may cause
or other appropriate drainage receptacle availwater damage and/or serious bodily injury.
able to receive condensate from the boiler,
The boiler manufacturer is not responsible for
an external float activated condensate pump
any water damage or personal injury.
with integral sump is required. This unit can be
installed to pump the condensate to a remote
L. FLAME ROLLOUT SAFETY SHUTOFF
tie in point to a sanitary sewer system. For this
application, the boiler must be installed so that
As required, this boiler is equipped with a
proper pitch of piping to the external condenmanual reset flame rollout safety shutoff
sate reservoir (sump) can be accomplished.
means, which shuts off main burner gas in
Use wood frame or blocks to raise boiler as
the event that the flow of combustion prodrequired for proper installation.
ucts through the flueways is reduced. In the
START - UP
A. WATER TREATMENT AND FREEZE PROTECTION
1. When filling the boiler and heating system,
water treatment is generally not required or
desired. For localities where the water is
unusually hard (above 7 grains hardness)
or for low pH water conditions (below 7.0),
consult a local water treatment specialist.
a. This boiler is designed for use in a closed
hydronic heating system ONLY!
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b. Excessive feeding of fresh make-up water
to the boiler may lead to premature failure
of the boiler sections.
2. Use clean fresh tap water for initial fill and
make-up of boiler.
a. A sand filter must be used if fill and makeup water from a well is to be used.
b. Consideration should be given to cleaning
the heating system, particularly in retrofit
situations, where a new boiler is being
installed in an older piping system.
START - UP
c. In older system, obviously discolored, murky,
or dirty water, or a pH reading below 7,
are indications that the system should be
cleaned.
d. A pH reading between 7 and 8 is preferred.
3. Antifreeze if needed, must be of a type specifically
designed for use in closed hydronic heating
systems and with aluminum.
a. Choice and use of antifreeze must be in
accordance with local plumbing codes.
b Only INTERCOOL NFP-50 is approved for use.
 Use of any antifreeze other than
INTERCOOL NFP-50 will void
warranty.
 Antifreeze must be maintained per
manufacturers specifications, failure to
do so will result in the warranty being
voided.
c. Do not use automotive antifreeze as the
type of corrosion inhibitors used will coat the
boiler’s heat transfer surfaces and greatly
reduce capacity and efficiency.
d. Consult antifreeze manufacturer ’s
literature for compatibility of antifreeze
with aluminum boiler. For approved
manufactured antifreeze (INTERCOOL
NFP-50 Coolant) please contact Interstate
Chemical Co. New York Customer Service
at 1-800-422-2436. Some brands have
corrosion inhibitors that break down
more rapidly or become ineffective at
higher operating temperatures when used
with aluminum. Follow the antifreeze
manufacturers instructions on determining
the proper ratio of antifreeze to water for the
expected low temperature conditions, and
for maintaining the quality of the antifreeze
solutions from year to year.
e. Use of antifreeze in any boiler will reduce
capacity by as much as 10 to 20%, due
to differing heat transfer and pumping
characteristics. This must be taken into
consideration when sizing the heating system,
pump(s), and expansion tank. Consult
antifreeze manufacturer’s literature for
specific information on reduced capacity.
f. Water content of the boiler is 2.6 gallons. (10
liters)
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B. FILLING BOILER WITH WATER AND
PURGING ARE FOR SYSTEMS WITH
DIAPHRAGM TYPE EXPANSION TANKS.
Refer to appropriate “Near Boiler Piping” diagrams.
1. Close all zone service valves on the supply
and return piping. Open the feed valve and fill
boiler with water. Make sure air vent is open.
Hold relief valve open until water runs air free
for five seconds to rapidly bleed air from boiler,
then let the relief valve snap shut.
2. Open the zone service valve on the supply pipe
for the first zone. Open the purge valve on the
first zone. Feed water will fill the zone, pushing
air out the purge valve. Close the purge valve
when the water runs air free. Close the zone
service valve.
3. Repeat step 2 for all remaining zones.
4. Open all service valves. Any air remaining
trapped in the return lines between the service
valves and the boiler will be pushed towards
the air vent when the boiler is placed in
operation.
5. Inspect piping system. Repair any leaks
immediately.
C. FILLING BOILER WITH WATER AND
PURGING AIR FOR SYSTEMS WITH
CONVENTIONAL CLOSED TYPE
EXPANSION TANKS
Refer to appropriate “Near Boiler Piping” diagrams.
1. Close all zone service valves on the supply
and return piping and close the expansion tank
service valve. Drain expansion tank. Open
the feed valve and fill boiler with water. Hold
relief valve open until water runs air free for
five seconds to rapidly bleed air from boiler,
then let the relief valve snap shut.
2. Open the zone service valve on the supply pipe
for the first zone. Open the purge valve on the
first zone. Feed water will fill the zone, pushing
air out the purge valve. Close the purge valve
when the water runs air free. Close the zone
service valve.
3. Repeat step 2 for all remaining zones.
START - UP
4. Open the expansion tank service valve and
the expansion tank when the boiler is placed
the tank vent. Fill the tank to the proper level
in operation.
and close the tank vent. Remove the handle 6. Inspect piping system. Repair any leaks
from the expansion tank service valve so the
immediately.
homeowner doesn’t accidentally close it.
NOTE:
5. Open all service valves. Any air remaining
DO NOT use stop leak compounds.
trapped in the return lines between the service
Leaks in threaded connections in the
valves and the boiler will be pushed towards
aluminumboiler sections must be repaired
immediately. Aluminum threads will not seal
D. PLACING BOILER IN OPERATION
themselves.
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
A.
This appliance is equipped with an ignition device
which automatically lights the pilot. Do not try to
light the pilot by hand.
B.
BEFORE OPERATING smell all around the
appliance area for gas. Be sure to smell next to the
floor because some gas is heavier than air and will
settle on the floor.
· If you cannot reach your gas supplier, call the fire
department.
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.
C.
Use only your hand to move the system control
switch. Never use tools. If the switch will not move
by hand, don’t 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.
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
STOP! Read the safety information above on this label.
Set thermostat to lowest setting.
Turn off all electric power to the appliance.
This appliance is equipped with an ignition
device which automatically lights the burner.
DO NOT try to
light the burner
by hand.
5. Remove the front
jacket panel..
6. Turn the gas
control knob
clockwise
to “OFF”.
1.
2.
3.
4.
7. Wait five (5) minutes to clear out any gas. Then
smell for gas, including near the floor. If you smell
gas, STOP! Follow “B” in the safety information
above on this label. If you don’t smell gas go on
to next step.
8. Turn the gas control knob counter clockwise
to “ON”.
9. Replace front jacket panel.
10. Turn on all electrical power to the appliance.
11. Set the thermostat to desired setting.
12. If the appliance will not operate, follow the instructions
“To Turn Off Gas To Appliance” and call your service
technician or gas supplier.
TO TURN OFF GAS TO APPLIANCE
1. Set the thermostat to lowest setting.
2. Turn off all electric power to the appliance if service
is to be preformed.
3. Remove the front jacket panel.
4. Turn gas control knob clockwise
5. Replace the front jacket panel.
to “OFF”.
Safe lighting and other performance criteria were met with the gas manifold and control assembly
provided on the boiler when the boiler underwent tests specified in ANSI Z21.13-latest revision.
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CHECK OUT PROCEDURE AND ADJUSTMENT
Figure #16
INDICATOR LAMPS
A. VERIFY PROPER SEQUENCE
OF OPERATION
The sequence can be followed
via the diagnostic indicator
lamps on the Honeywell S9301A
integrated boiler control in
Figure 16. This is the normal
sequence of operation. A more
detailed sequence of operation
containing potential faults can
be found in the service hints
section.
SEQUENCE OF OPERATION
“DIAGNOSTIC
INDICATOR
LAMPS”
“Power ON, boiler standing by. Lamp A is illuminated
indicating 2 Volt power is being supplied to the integrated control.”
A. 
B. 
C. 
D. 
E. 
Thermostat calls for heat, energizing system circulator
A. 
B. 
C. 
D. 
E. 
“Integrated boiler control goes through self check of
internal circuitry (1-2 seconds) and energizes draft
inducer”
A. 
B. 
C. 
D. 
E. 
“Draft inducer comes up to speed and establishes combustion airflow, causing the normally open differential
pressure air proving switch contacts to close. Lamp B is
illuminated indicating that combustion airflow is proved
and the 15 second pre purge cycle”
A. 
B. 
C. 
D. 
E. 
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CHECK OUT PROCEDURE AND ADJUSTMENT
SEQUENCE OF OPERATION
“DIAGNOSTIC INDICATOR LAMPS”
After pre purge, Lamp B goes out and Lamp C illuminates, indicating the hot surface igniter is powered for the 20 second igniter
warm-up period. The bright yellow orange glow of the hot surface
igniter can be observed through the observation port in the f
A. 
B. 
C. 
D. 
E. 
After igniter warm-up, the gas valve is energized, and opens on
the normal firing rate regulator (2.5” w.c.) for a 6 second trial for
ignition. Lamp D illuminates. The blue orange glow of the burner
can be seen through the observation port.
A. 
B. 
C. 
D. 
E. 
Two seconds later, Lamp C goes out as power is turned off to the
hot surface igniter. During the last two seconds of the 6 seconds
trial for ignition, main burner flames is proven by flame rectification through the hot During surface igniter, providing fl
A. 
B. 
C. 
D. 
E. 
Thermostat ends call for heat, de-energizing gas valve and system circulator. Burner stops firing, and Lamp D goes out. Draft
inducers remains powered. Lamp B illuminates, indicating draft
inducer is running for 30 second postpurge.
A. 
B. 
C. 
D. 
E. 
After 30 seconds, draft inducer is de-energized. Lamp B goes
out. Boiler stands by for next call for heat.
A. 
B. 
C. 
D. 
E. 
NOTE: First couple of cold starts may be rough due to gas line not being completely
purged of air, causing low firing rate and high excess air levels.
B. INSPECT VENTING AND AIR INTAKE SYSTEM
Operate the boiler and verify that all vent/air
intake connections are gastight and watertight.
Repair any leaks immediately.
C. INSPECT CONDENSATE DRAIN
Verify that all connections are watertight, and
that condensate flows freely. Repair any leaks
immediately.
D. INSPECT SYSTEM PIPING
Verify that all connections are watertight. Repair any leaks immediately.
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E. TEST IGNITION SYSTEM SAFETY SHUTOFF
DEVICE
1. Turn off manual gas valve
2. Set thermostat to call for heat
3. Boiler begins normal sequence of operation
4. After approximately 40 seconds (pre purge
and igniter warm-up period), lamp D illumi
nates, indicating gas valve is powered
5. After 6 seconds, gas valve closes, lamp D
goes out as integrated boiler control senses
that flame is not present
6. To restart system, follow operating instructions
under “START-UP PLACE IN OPERATION”
CHECK OUT PROCEDURE AND ADJUSTMENT
F. TEST HIGH LIMIT CONTROL AND ADJUST
While burner is operating, move indicator on
high limit control below actual boiler water temperature. Burner should go off while circulator
continues to operate. Raise limit setting above
boiler water temperature and burner should
reignite after pre purge and igniter warm-up
period. Set the high limit control to the design
temperature requirements of the system. Maximum high limit setting is 200°F. Minimum high
limit setting is 100°F.
G. TEST OTHER SAFETY CONTROLS
If the boiler is equipped with a low water cut
off, a manual reset high limit, or additional
safety controls, test for operation as outlined
by the control manufacturer. Burner should
be operating and should go off when controls
are tested. When safety controls are restored,
burner should reignite.
H. SETTHERMOSTATHEATANTICIPATOR(IFUSED)
AND VERIFY THERMOSTAT OPERATION
For a single thermostat connected to the yellow thermostat lead wires in the furnished field
wiring junction box, the heat anticipator should
be set at 0.7 amps. For other wiring configurations, refer to the instructions provided by the
thermostat manufacturer regarding adjustment
of heat anticipator. Cycle boiler with thermostat. Raise the thermostat to the highest setting
and verify boiler goes through normal start up
cycle. Lower thermostat to lowest setting and
verify boiler goes off.
I. MEASURE THE NATURAL GAS INPUT RATE
Correct input rate is essential for proper and
efficient operation of the burner and boiler.
1. Determine elevation at installation site.
2. See page 6 and 7 of this manual to determine the correct input rate for the local
elevation.
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3. Obtain the yearly average heating value of
the local gas supply from the gas utility. At
sea level elevation, it should be approximately 1000 Btu’s per standard cubic foot.
4. Operate boiler for 5 minutes.
5. Turn off all other gas appliances, extinguishing standing pilots where applicable.
6. At gas meter, measure time in seconds required to use one cubic foot of gas.
7. Calculate input rate according to the following formula:
3600xheating value from step 3
Btuh inputrate = time from step 6
8. Measured input rate should be within +/-2%
of the input rating from step 2. If within 2%,
go to step 9. If not, adjustment is required,
proceed as follows:
a. Turn boiler off
b. Set up U-tube manometer or differential
pressure gauge for measuring manifold
pres sure, see Figure 17.
c. Manometer or gauge must be able to read
at least 0.0 to 3.0 inches water column of
pressure, and resolve to at least 0.1 inches
water column.
d. Turn boiler on.
e. Manifold pressure has been nominally set
at 2.5 inches w.c. Manifold pressure and
input rate must always be measured with
pressure regulator cover screw installed.
Cover screw must be removed for adjustment. Manifold pressure reading will
change (increase) when cover screw is
removed.
CHECK OUT PROCEDURE AND ADJUSTMENT
Figure #17
MANIFOLD PRESSURE MEASUREMENT DETAIL
THE FOLLOWING STEPS
AND DIAGRAM INDICATE
T H E L O C AT I O N O F
THE CONNECTION
POINTS REQUIRED TO
MEASURE THE MANIFOLD
PRESSURE.
THE MANIFOLD PRESSURE
MAY BE MEASURED USING
A U-TUBE MANOMTERE OR
A DIFFERENTILA PRESSURE
GAUGE. THE DIAGRAM
SHOWS THE CONNECTION
OF BOTH MEASURING
DEVICES BUT ONLY ONE
DEVICE IS REQUIRED TO
MEASURE THE MANIFOLD
PRESSURE.
© REMOVE THE PLUG.
INSTALL APPROPRIATE BARBED FITTING AND CONECT THE PRESSURE SIDE LINE FROM THE UTUBE MANOMETER OR THE DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE GAUGE.
REFER TO “CHECK OUT PROCEDURE AND ADJUSTMENTS” IN THIS MANUAL WHEN READING
MANIFOLD PRESSURE.
WHEN MEASUREMENT IS COMPLETE, DISCONNECT U-TUBE MANOMETER OR DIFFERENTIAL
PRESSURE GAUGE. BE SURE TO REINSTALL 1/8” PLUG, USING APPROPRIATE PIPE THREAD
SEALANT APPROVED FOR USE WITH NATURAL AND LIQUIFIED PETROLEUM GASES.
Figure #18
NOTE: Regulator cover screw
must be installed at all times
unless adjusting manifold
pressure. Firing rate and
manifold pressure must only
be measured with cover screw
firmly installed.
GAS VALVE
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CHECK OUT PROCEDURE AND ADJUSTMENT
I. Remove regulator cover screw on top of
gas valve, and insert an appropriate screwdriver into adjustment screw.
II. Turn adjustment screw clockwise to increase input rate, or counter clockwise to
decrease input rate.
III. Replace cover screw, or cover hole temporarily with your finger to check new
manifold pressure setting. Do not set
manifold pressure lower than 2.0 inches
w.c. or higher than 3.0 inches w.c. when
adjusting input rate.
IV. Measure new input rate (cover screw must
be installed). Repeat steps I.-IV until the
input rate is within +/-2% of the nameplate
input rating.
V. If the actual input rate can not be set to
within 2% of the correct input rating by adjusting manifold pressure, a change in gas
orifice size is required. Consult the boiler
manufacturer for information on correct
orifice sizing. The specific gravity (G) and
the higher heating value (HHV) of the local natural gas must be obtained from the
local gas utility in order to determine the
proper orifice size.
f. After adjusting input rate, turn boiler off,
remove manometer or pressure gauge,
reinstall ⅛” plug on gas valve. Turn
boiler on.
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9.Restore all gas appliances that may have been
shut off (while measuring boiler input rate) to
normal operating conditions.
J. SET THERMOSTAT TO DESIRED ROOM
TEMPERATURE
Observe several operating cycles to verify proper
operation.
K REVIEW ALL INSTRUCTIONS
Review all instructions shipped with this boiler
with owner or maintenance person. Instructions
must be affixed on or adjacent to the boiler.
L. COMPLETE AND SIGN THE INSTALLATION
AND CHECK-OUT CERTIFICATE ON THE FOLLOWING PAGE.
INSTALLATION AND CHECK-OUT CERTIFICATE
Boiler Model
Serial #
Date Installed___________
Measured BTU/HR input____________
 Installation instructions have been followed
 Checkout procedure and adjustments performed
 Maintenance and Service issues reviewed with owner/ maintenance person
 Installation booklet affixed on or adjacent to boiler
Installer (Company)
Address
Phone
Installer’s Name
Signature
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MAINTENANCE AND CLEANING
Maintenance as outlined below can be
performed by the owner unless otherwise
noted.
The acidic nature of flue gasses condensing
on the aluminum boiler sections will cause the
formation of aluminum oxide. This oxide formation is normal, is generally uniform throughout
the boiler sections, and represents a negligible
mass of aluminum that is consumed by oxidation
during the life of the boiler. If left unchecked, this
buildup may eventually cause blockage of the
flue gas passages in the boiler sections, reducing efficiency, and ultimately shutting down the
boiler due to lack of combustion air flow. Regular
service and maintenance by a qualified service
agency must be performed to assure safe trouble
free operation and maximum efficiency.
e. Follow instructions for” CHECK OUT
PROCEDURE AND ADJUSTMENTS”.
f. Visually inspect condensate drain line for
proper operation and deterioration. Check
for plugged condensate drain line.
g. Check the silicone rubber seals between
boiler sections. Insure that there are no
leaks. Use RTV silicone rubber adhesive
sealant (available in caulking gun tubes)
rated for at least 400° F to replace or
repair seals in locations where original
seals have deteriorated.
h. Check all gasketed joints for leakage,
and tighten bolts or replace gaskets if
necessary.
i. Remove jacket front and top panels and
check for piping leaks around relief valve
and other fittings. Repair, if found. DO
NOT use stop leak compounds.
2. Check that boiler area is free from combustible materials, gasoline, and other flammable vapors and liquids.
3. Circulator pump and blower motor furnished
with boiler are permanently lubricated from
factory and require no further lubrication.
Additional or non-factory supplied pumps
and/or motors should be lubricated according to the pump and/or motor manufacturer’s
instruction.
A. BEGINNING OF EACH HEATING SEASON
1. Annual service call by a qualified service
agency, which includes:
a. Examine flue passages between boiler
sections, burner, and condensate lines,
and clean if necessary following the annual examination and cleaning instructions
in para graph “F” on the next page.
b. Visually inspect venting and air intake
system for proper function, deterioration
or leakage. If the vent or air intake show
any signs of deterioration or leakage, repair or replace them, mmediately. Insure B. DAILY DURING HEATING SEASON
proper reassembly and resealing of the
1. Check for and remove any obstruction to
vent and air intake system
the flow of combustion air or venting of flue
c. Check for and remove any obstruction to
gases.
the flow of combustion air or venting of
2. Check that boiler area is free from combustiflue gases. Check the air baffle located
inside 1½” x 2” flexible coupling on the
ble materials, gasoline, and other flammable
mixer, clean it if necessary and make
vapors and liquids.
sure to put it back. Refer to repair parts
diagram of mixer and pressure switch
assembly for exact location.
d. Follow instructions for “PLACING BOILER
IN OPERATION”.
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MAINTENANCE AND CLEANING
C. MONTHLY DURING HEATING SEASON
1. Remove jacket front and top panels and
check for piping leaks around relief valve
and other fittings. If found, contact a qualified
service agency to repair. DO NOT use stop
leak compounds.
2. Test relief valve. Refer to valve manufacturers
instructions packaged with relief valve.
2. If heating system is to remain out of service
during freezing weather, and does not contain
antifreeze, drain system completely. If boiler
will be exposed to freezing temperatures,
drain condensate lines. Otherwise, do not
drain system or boiler.
F. ANNUAL EXAMINATION AND CLEANING
OF BOILER COMPONENTS
3. Visually inspect venting and air intake
system for proper function, deterioration, or The following service procedures must be
leakage. If the vent or air intake show any performed only by a qualified service agency.
signs of deterioration or leakage, contact a Boiler owner should not attempt these
qualified service agency to repair or replace procedures.
them immediately and to insure proper
1. Before Servicing, turn off electrical power
reassembly and resealing of the vent and
to boiler at service switch. Close manual gas
air intake system.
valve to turn off gas supply to boiler.
4. Visually inspect the clear vinyl condensate
2. Cleaning Flue passages between boiler
lines and the PVC condensate drain pipe for
sections.
proper operation, leakage, and deterioration.
a. Any buildup of sediment or aluminum
If the condensate lines or drain pipe show any
oxide (white powdery or flaky substance)
signs of blockage, leakage, or deterioration
in the flue passages must be cleaned as
contact a qualified service agency to clean,
follows:
repair, or replace them immediately.
b. Remove jacket front and top panels.
5. Check the air baffle located inside 1 ½”x 2”
Disconnect condensate drain line from
flexible coupling, clean it if necessary and
the barbed fitting on the bottom of the
make sure to put it back. Refer to repair
boiler. Keep the open end of the drain line
parts diagram, mixer and pressure switch
above the water level in the condensate
assembly.
trap to prevent the trap from draining.
D . P E R I O D I C A L LY D U R I N G H E AT I N G
Disconnect pressure switch hose from
SEASON
barbed fitting on gas valve. Disconnect
1½ x 2” flexible coupling from air inlet.
1. Where low water cut offs are used, a
Disconnect
air by-pass (½” transparent
periodic inspection of the low water cut
vinyl tube) from the bottom of the
off is necessary, including flushing of float
mixer.
type devices. Refer to low water cut off
manufacturer’s specific instructions.
E. END OF EACH HEATING SEASON ANNUAL SHUTDOWN PROCEDUR
1. Follow instructions “TO TURN OFF GAS
TO APPLIANCE”.
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MAINTENANCE AND CLEANING
c. Remove air baffle from 1% z” x 2” flexible cou- l. Connect:
pling and clean air baffle if necessary. Refer
• gas line to gas valve
to repair parts diagram, mixer and pressure
• condensate drain line to boiler
switch assembly.
• pressure switch hose to gas valve
• air by-pass to mixer
d. Confirm that manual gas valve is closed and
• 1 ½” x 2” flexible coupling to air inlet and
disconnect gas line to gas valve at union.
Disconnect wires to gas valve. and igniter.
make sure to put air baffle back to correct
position
e. Loosen but do not remove five (5) nuts attach• igniter wires
ing mixer assembly to boiler. Remove two (2)
• gas valve wires
igniter screws and very carefully remove the
igniter. Use care when removing the igniter,
3. Visually inspect condensate lines leading
it is very brittle!!
from the boiler sections and the vent tee to
the condensate trap. Refer to repair parts
f. Remove five (5) nuts and remove mixer asdiagrams. Any foreign material or debris that
sembly. Remove burner and mixer gasket.
is visible in the condensate lines needs to
g. Aluminum oxide deposits are water soluble
be cleaned out as follows: .
and may be rinsed away with spraying or
running water. Before rinsing, connect a ‘/z” a. Raise condensate trap and drain condensate lines completely.
I.D. hose to the barbed fitting on the bottom
of the boiler and run the hose to a bucket or
b. Once the condensate trap is emptied of
drain.
water, disconnect condensate lines from the
fittings on the boiler, the vent tee, and the
h. After rinsing, remove any remaining loosened
condensate outlet.
sediment using a shop vacuum with a snorkel
attachment.
c. Remove the condensate trap and run cold
water through the condensate lines to thori Inspect burner for any foreign matter in the
oughly flush out any sediment or debris in
flame ports or inside the burner. Any foreign
the lines.
matter should be removed by blowing with
compressed air or vacuuming.
j. Inspect interior of mixer for any signs of sediment
or aluminum oxide and clean if necessary.
k. Reinstall burner and mixer gasket and position mixer assembly over studs. Install five
(5) nuts but do not tighten. Reinstall igniter
and igniter gasket and fasten with two (2)
screws. Use care when installing the igniter.
It is very brittle!! Tighten five (5) nuts holding
mixer assembly.
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MAINTENANCE AND CLEANING
d. Reinstall and connect the condensate trap,
using the hose clamps to secure the various
condensate lines to their fittings.
e. Follow the instructions under “NEAR BOILER PIPING” for”filling condensate trap with
water”
4. Inspection of the flue connector requires the
following steps (Refer to the repair parts diagram.)
a. Loosen the clamp on the draft inducer end
of the 2” flexible coupling that connects the
vent tee to the draft inducer. Disconnect
(unplug) wiring harness from draft inducer
motor and draft inducer temperature safety
switch. Remove four (4) bolts that attach
draft in ducer to flue connector.
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b. Remove draft inducer and gasket from top
of flue connector.
c. Inspect interior of flue connector. Any buildup
of sediment or aluminum oxide on the inside
surface must be cleaned. Position the draft
inducer gasket and the draft inducer and fasten with four (4) screws. Be sure to connect
ground wire from draft inducer motor to one
of the four mounting screws.
d. Connect wiring harness leads to the draft
inducer motor and the draft inducer tempera
ture safety switch.
e. Connect the 2” flexible coupling to the draft
inducer outlet.
DETAILED SEQUENCE OF OPERATION
SERVICE HINTS
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DETAILED SEQUENCE OF OPERATION
51
DETAILED SEQUENCE OF OPERATION
END OF NORMAL SEQUENCE OF OPERATION
52
TROUBLESHOOTING
!
!
WARNING
FIRE, EXPLOSION OR SHOCK HAZARD MAY CAUSE
PROPERTY DAMAGE, SEVERE INJURY OR DEATH.
DO NOT ATTEMPT TO MODIFY THE PHYSICAL OR ELECTRICAL
CHARACTERISTICS OF THIS BOILER IN ANY WAY.
!
IMPORTANT
!
1. IN A RESET FROM LOCKOUT CONDITION, ALL ELECTRICAL METER READINGS AT THE GAS
CONTROL VALVE (24 VAC) MUST BE TAKEN WITHIN THE TRIAL FOR IGNITION PERIOD.
2. IF ANY COMPONENT DOES NOT FUNCTION PROPERLY, MAKE SURE IT IS CORRECTLY INSTALLED
AND WIRED BEFORE REPLACING IT.
3. STATIC ELECTRICITY DISCHARGE CAN DAMAGE THE INTEGRATED BOILER CONTROL (IBC).
TOUCH METAL SURFACE TO DISCHARGE STATIC ELECTRICITY BEFORE TOUCHING IBC.
4. THE IBC CANNOT BE REPAIRED. IF IT MALFUNCTIONS IT MUST BE REPLACED.
5. ONLY TRAINED, EXPERIENCED SERVICE TECHNICIANS SHOULD SERVICE THE IBC SYSTEMS.
FOLLOWING TROUBLESHOOTING, CHECK OUT THE SYSTEM FOLLOWING THE SEQUENCE OF
OPERATION SECTION OF THIS CHAPTER FOR A NORMAL LIGHT OFF SEQUENCE.
6. ALL CONTROLS ARE FACTORY TESTED IN THE ASSEMBLY PROCESS AND A DEFECTIVE CONTROL
IS GENERALLY THE LEAST LIKELY CAUSE. IF YOU SUSPECT YOU HAVE A DEFECTIVE CONTROL,
READ THROUGH THE TROUBLESHOOTING CHART BEFORE YOU REPLACE IT.
7. IT IS EXTREMELY UNLIKELY THAT THE TWO CONSECUTIVE CONTROLS ARE DEFECTIVE. IF
IT SEEMS TO BE HAPPENING, CHANCES ARE THAT EITHER THERE IS NOTHING WRONG WITH
THE CONTORL OR IT IS BEING DAMAGED BY SOME OTHER PROBLEM (AN ELECTRICAL SHORT
BURNING OUT A TRANSFORMER, FOR EXAMPLE).
INITIAL SERVICE CHECKS
1. BEFORE TROUBLESHOOTING:
A. MAKE SURE THAT CIRCUIT BREAKER IS ON OR FUSE IS OK AT ELECTRICAL PANEL.
B. MAKE SURE THAT SERVICE SWITCH IS ON.
C. MAKE SURE THAT GAS IS ON AT THE GAS METER, AT ALL APPROPRIATE MANUAL SHUTOFF VALVES AND AT THE GAS CONTROL VALVE.
D. MAKE SURE THAT THE THERMOSTAT IS CALLING FOR HEAT.
E. CHECK THAT WIRE CONNECTORS AT THE INTEGRATED BOILER CONTROL AND AT THE
ORIGINATING CONTROL ARE SECURELY PLUGGED IN OR CONNECTED.
F. CHECK THAT HOSES ARE SECURELY CONNECTED AND ARE NOT PLUGGED IN OR DAMAGED.
2.
A.
B.
C.
TROUBLESHOOTING TOOLS:
VOLTMETER TO CHECK 120 VAC AND 24 VAC
CONTINUITY TESTER.
INCLINED MANOMETER OR PRESSURE GAUGE WITH 0-2.0” RANGE (0.01” SCALE) FOR
MEASURING SUCTION PRESSURES AT PRESSURE SWITCH.
D. U-TUBE MANOMETER OR DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE GAUGE WITH 0-14” RANGE (0.1”
SCALE) FOR MEASURING INLET AND MANIFOLD GAS PRESSURES.
3. WHAT IS SYSTEM STATUS?
A. CONSULT THE CHART ON THE FOLLOWING PAGE.
B. FIGURE 16 ON PAGE 39 SHOWS THE LOCATION ON THE BOILER OF THE DIAGNOSTIC
INDICATOR LAMPS.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
SYSTEM STATUS
THE INDICATOR LIGHTS TRACK THE OPERATING SEQUENCE. IF THE SYSTEM LOCKS OUT, THE LIGHTS
INDICATE THE POINT IN THE SEQUENCE OF OPERATION WHERE LOCKOUT OCCURS. IF THIS TABLE
DOES NOT READILY PROVIDE THE REASON FOR BOILER MALFUNCTION OR NON-OPERATION, REFER
LIGHT
STATUS
ON
IBC IS ENERGIZED THROUGH 24 VOLT TRANSFORMER.
POWER
OFF
IBC IS NOT ENERGIZED.
BLINKING
ON
INDICATES
IBC RECEIVES MORE THAN 40 VAC
IBC IS ENERGIZING THE DRAFT INDUCER AND AIR FLOW IS PROVEN.
OFF DURING PURGE CYCLE-DRAFT INDUCER IS NOT POWERED OR AIR FLOW
PURGE
OFF
IS NOT PROVEN.
OFF DURING IGNITER AND RUN CYCLE-NORMAL OPERATION, PURGE
CYCLE COMPLETE.
BLINKING
IGNITER
IBC IS LOCKED OUT. PROBLEM COULD INDICATE FALSE POSITIVE PROOF
OF AIR FLOW. BLOCKED VENT OR INTAKE AIR PIPE OR FLUE WAY.
ON
IBC IS ENERGIZING IGNITER
OFF
IGNITER IS NOT ENERGIZED
ON
IBC IS ENERGIZING GAS CONTROL VALVE TO OPEN.
OFF
GAS CONTROL VALVE IS CLOSED.
VALVE
IBC IS LOCKED OUT. PROBLEM IS FLAME HAS NOT BEEN PROVEN IN
BLINKING
THREE (3) IGNITION ATTEMPTS. MAY BE DUE TO BROKEN IGNITER OR
LACK OF OR LOW FLAME SIGNAL, OR NO GAS.
FLAME
ON
FLAME PROVEN
OFF
FLAME UNPROVEN
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TROUBLESHOOTING
TROUBLESHOOTING CHART 1
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SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH.
THE FOLLOWING PROCEDURES MAY EXPOSE YOU TO
DANGEROUS LINE VOLTAGE. USE CAUTION TO AVOID
TOUCHING LIVE ELECTRICAL CONTACTS. SERVICE
MUST BE PERFORMED BY A TRAINED, EXPERIENCED
SERVICE TECHNICIAN.
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QUALIFIED SERVICE TECHNICIAN SHOULD INSPECT
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SYSTEM AND ANY GAS CONTROL WHICH HAS BEEN
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KNOB. NEVER USE TOOLS. IF THE. KNOB WILL NOT
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OR ATTEMPTED REPAIR MAY RESULT IN A FIRE OR
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TROUBLESHOOTING CHART 4
CHART 3
YES
IGNITER/SENSOR WARMS
UP AND GLOWS
YELLOW/ORANGE
DURING 20 SECOND
WARM UP
NO
CHECK FOR 120 VAC
BETWEEN TERMINALS 1
AND 2 AT CONNECTOR
CN1 ON IBC (DURING
IGNITER WARM UP)
NO
YES
YES
CHECK FOR 120 VAC AT
IGNITER/SENSOR LEADS
ON WIRING HARNESS
(DURING IGNITER
WARM UP)
NO
YES
AFTER 20 SECOND
IGNITER WARM UP, GAS
VALVE IS ENERGIZED
VALVE LIGHT IS ON
2 SECONDS LATER POWER
IS REMOVED FROM
IGNITER/SENSOR
IGNITER LIGHT IS OFF
DOES MAIN BURNER
LIGHT?
REPLACE IBC
NO
REPAIR/REPLACE WIRING
FROM IBC
TO IGNITER/SENSOR
REPLACE IGNITER/SENSOR
CHECK FOR 24 VAC
ACROSS TERMINALS MV
ON THE GAS CONTROL.
WHILE VALVE/FLAME
INDICATOR LIGHT IS ON
NO
CHECK FOR 24 VAC
ACROSS TERMINALS
CN6-2 AND CN6-5 ON
IBC, WHILE THE VALVE/
FLAME LED IS LIT
NO
REPLACE IBC
YES
YES
REPAIR/REPLACE WIRING
BETWEEN IBC AND
GAS CONTROL
YES
CHECK IF IGNITER/
SENSOR POSITION IS OK?
TIP SHOULD BE SLANTED
TOWARDS BURNER
NO
RESTORE IGNITER/SENSOR
TO CORRECT POSITION.
DO NOT RELOCATE
YES
CHECK GAS SUPPLY
PRESSURE AT INLET
PRESSURE TAPPING ON
GAS CONTROL IS GAS
PRESSURE GREATER
THAN 4.0" W.C.?
NO
YES
ARE ALL MANUAL
SHUT-OFFS IN THE GAS
SUPPLY LINE AND ON
THE GAS CONTROL IN
THE OPEN OR ON
POSITION?
YES
CONTACT THE GAS UTILITY
TO TURN THE GAS ON
CHART 5
CHART 5
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NO
OPEN OR TURN ON ALL
MANUAL SHUTOFFS
TROUBLESHOOTING
TROUBLESHOOTING CHART 5
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TROUBLESHOOTING CHART 6
CHART 5
NO #2
CHART 5
NO #3
CHART 5
YES
REPLACE GAS CONTROL.
YES
CHECK GAS ORFICICE SIZE.
IS GAS ORIFICE SIZE CORRECT.
CHECK REPAIR PARTS LIST
FOR CORRECT SIZE. IS GAS ORIFICE
CLEAR OF BLOCKAGE.
RUNS FOR 25-50 SECONDS,
THEN TURNS OFF.
CHECK FIRING RATE OF UNIT.
IS UNIT FIRING AT THE CORRECT RATE?
YES
NO
DOES THE UNIT USE LP GAS.
NO
ADJUST RATE AS DESCRIBED IN THE
CHECK OUT PROCEDURE AND
ADJUSTMENT SECTION
OF THE MANUAL.
YES
CHECK BURNER FOR ANY DETERIORATION
IN THE FLAME PORTS. ARE BURNER PORTS
IN GOOD CONDITION.
NO
REPLACE WITH CORRECT
AIR BAFFLE.
YES
NO
CHECK FLAME SIGNAL > 0.6uA?
CONSULT BOILER MFGR. FOR
SPECIFIC INSTRUCTIONS. REQUIRES
SPECIFIC TOOLS.
YES
REPLACE BURNER
REPLACE IBC
NO
BOILER SHUTS OFF BEFORE END OF
CALL FOR HEAT. ARE HI LIMIT
AQUASTAT CONTACTS CLOSED?
NO
BOILER OFF ON HIGH LIMIT. IS
ACTUAL BOILER WATER TEMP.
GREATER THAN HI LIMIT SET POINT
MINUS 30°F CONTROL DIFFERENTIAL?
NO
YES
SEE TROUBLESHOOTING PATH
#2 ABOVE
SET THERMOSTAT BELOW ROOM
TEMPERATURE TO END CALL FOR
HEAT
YES
DOES CIRCULATOR PUMP STOP?
NO
ARE THERMOSTAT CONTACTS OPEN?
NO
REPLACE THERMOSTAT
YES
YES
REPLACE IBC
VALE LIGHT IS OFF
NO
YES
DOES DRAFT BLOWER
STOP AFTER 30
SECOND POST PURGE?
REMOVE WIRING HARNESS
CONNECTION CN9 FROM GAS
CONTROL DOES GAS CONTROL
CLOSE?
YES
NO
REPLACE IBC
YES
SYSTEM OK
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NO
REPLACE GAS CONTROL
REPLACE
AQUASTAT
OK
DIFFERENTIAL AIR PRESSURE SWITCH CHECK
C. WHAT IS SYSTEM STATUS?
The following steps and diagram
indicate the locations of the
connection points required
to check the differential air
pressure.
The differential air pressure
switch is a safety device which
will prevent the boiler from
firing if there is an air intake,
boiler heat exchanger or vent
blockage.
Turn off service switch, or lower
thermostat setting.
Remove vinyl caps from Tee and
4-way connector.
Install testing lines as shown
to inclined manometer or
differential pressure gauge with
the ability to read 0.01” to 2.0”
w.c.
Turn on service switch and set
thermostat to call for heat.
BOILER STATUS
Not Running
Setpoint
Running Without Blockage
Running With Blockage
DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE (W.C.)
0”
1.00” for Model-100
1.35” for Model-75
1.55” for Model-50
Greater Than Setpoints
Less Than or Equal to Setpoints
PRESSURE SWITCH CONNECTS
Normally Open
Closed
Open
If manometer readings do not correspond to the chart above, check for possible causes:
- Blockage or moisture in suction lines
- Blockage in air intake or vent pipes
- Undersized air intake or vent pipes
- Loose blower wheel or motor shaft
- Inncorect pressure switch or pressure switch setpoint
When pressure reading is proper and the pressure switch is operating properly, remove testing
lines and reinstall vinyl caps to Tee and 4-way connector.
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REPAIR PARTS
A. JACKET AND BASE ASSEMBLY
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REPAIR PARTS
A. JACKET AND BASE ASSEMBLY
KEY #
DESCRIPTION
QUANTITY
ITEM
NUMBER
1
FRONT PANEL
1
750001020
2
RIGHT PANEL
1
750001021
3
LEFT PANEL
1
750001022
4
BACK PANEL
1
750001023
5
TOP PANEL
1
750001024
6
BASE
1
750001025
7
CONTROL PANEL
1
650001026
8
AT140B1016 TRANSFORMER 24 VAC
1
240005330
9A
PPS10111-2680 AIR PRESSURE SWITCH (100)
1
14631312
9B
PPS10111-2681 AIR PRESSURE SWITCH (75)
1
14631010
9C
PPS10111-2682 AIR PRESSURE SWITCH (50)
1
14631044
10
UT 1013-10 INTEGRATED BOILER CONTROL
1
14662803
11
CO-2366 GLIDE
4
14631091
12
HEYCO OCB-1500 BUSHING
1
14631120
13
RACO 232 4´4´2 BOX
1
14631316
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14
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15
P&S SWITCH 691-I
1
14631319
16
COVER PLATE RACO 902-802
1
14631318
17
419-1AA1 2½” PLUG
2
14631174
18
415-1AA1 1½” PLUG
3
14631171
19
BPF 3 ½” PLUG
1
14631176
20
421-1AA1 3” PLUG
2
14631175
21
LOWER FRONT PANEL - BLUE
1
750001027
22
TACO CIRCULATING PUMP
1
CI-001.03
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TACO ISOLATION VALVE SET
1
14626048
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GRUNDFOS CIRCULATING PUMP
1
14626045
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GRUNDFOS ISOLATION VALVE SET
1
14626046
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CIRCULATING PUMP HARNESS
1
43300826
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WIRING HARNESS
1
14631315
‡
JACKET COMPLETE
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750001002
‡ - Not Shown
63
REPAIR PARTS
B. CONDENSATE DRAIN TRAP ASSEMBLY
64
REPAIR PARTS
B. CONDENSATE DRAIN TRAP ASSEMBLY
KEY #
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
DESCRIPTION
59019 ½”IDx1/8” THK VINYL TUBING
57134 ¾” SNAP GRIP CLAMP
62067 ½”ID HOSE TEE
62017 ½”NPTx ½”ID TUBE STRAIGHT
½” PVC COUPLING, SCH 80
½”´4” PVC NIPPLE, SCH 80
TEE PVC ½”SLIP x ½”SLIP x ½”NPT FEMALE
S. S. CLAMP, SIZE 16 (13/16”~1 ½”)
65
QUANTITY
AS REQUIRED
6
1
1
1
1
1
1
ITEM NUMBER
14631035
14631141
14631320
14631101
14631306
14631322
14631020
14631323
REPAIR PARTS
C. BOILER BLOCK AND PIPING ASSEMBLY
66
REPAIR PARTS
C. BOILER BLOCK AND PIPING ASSEMBLY
KEY #
ITEM NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
QUANTITY
1
1580006
AIR PURGE VENT
1
2
14693001
¾” x 1/8” BUSHING
1
3
14693076
¾” BLACK TEE
1
4
14693040
¾” x 90º STREET ELBOW
2
5
14607002
¾” x 6½” NIPPLE
2
6
14622011
¾” ASME RELIEF VALVE
1
7
14607201
¾”x 2” NIPPLE
1
8
14695810
¼”-20 HEX NUT W/SERRATED WASHER HEAD
9
9
14695802
8-32 x 3/16” SOC HD CAP SCREW
2
10
14631000
36T26-42930 CASTING TEMP. SAFETY SWITCH
1
11
14695801
¼”-20 x 1½” SOC HD CAP SCREW
5
12
14695805
¼”-20 x 1¼” STUD THREADED
9
13
41800910
TESTED BLOCK (INCLUDES 8,11,14 AND 20,22)
1
14
14695040
¼” x 1¼” CARRIAGE BOLT
4
15
14631101
62017 ½” NPT x ½” ID TUBE STRAIGHT
1
16
14607044
1¼” x 2½” NIPPLE BLACK
2
17
1510001
1¼” x ¾” x 1¼” TEE
2
18
14622000
¾” DRAIN VALVE
1
19
14693056
1” SQ SOCKET PLUG
12
20
14619002
EMPIRE SIGHT GLASS
1
21
14693058
¾” SQ HD PLUG
1
22
14693004
¾” x ½” BUSHING
1
23
14662804
123869A CONTROL WELL ½” NPT
1
24
14631324
L4006A 2155B HI LIMIT AQUASTAT
1
25
14693001
¾” x 1/8” BUSHING
1
26
1260006
TEMP & PRESSURE GAUGE
1
27
14631004
SIGHT GLASS ADAPTER
1
28
14631005
1/8” NPT ¼” HOSE ID BRASS BARB FITTING
1
67
REPAIR PARTS
D. MIXER AND AIR PRESSURE SWITCH ASSEMBLY
68
REPAIR PARTS
D. MIXER AND AIR PRESSURE SWITCH ASSEMBLY
KEY #
QUANTITY
ITEM NUMBER
BURNER GASKET
1
14631023
2A
BURNER PRE-MIX 100
1
1050040
2B
BURNER PRE-MIX 75
1
14631007
2C
BURNER PRE-MIX 50
1
14631008
3
MIXER GASKET
1
14631025
4
¼”-20 HEX NUT W/SERRATED WASHER HEAD
5
14695810
5
MIXER CASTING MACHINED
1
12101008
6
2”´1½” FLEXIBLE COUPLING
1
14631311
7A
100 AIR BAFFLE
1
42531100
7B
75 AIR BAFFLE
1
42531101
7C
50 AIR BAFFLE
1
42531102
1
DESCRIPTION
8
AIR INLET
1
43800007
9
2” FERNCO COUPLING
1
14631015
10
10-32”x3/8” MACHINE SCREW
2
14695809
11
HOT SURFACE IGNITER (FOR 50/75/100)
1
43800013
12
HOT SURFACE IGNITER GASKET 1250010
1
14631024
13
MIXER BUSHING
1
14631309
14
½”´ 3” STD BLACK NIPPLE
1
14607301
15
1/8’’ NPT BRASS PLUG – 3/16’’ HEX SOCKET
3
14693804
16
HONEYWELL GAS VALVE VR8205
1
14631307
17
5/16-24´1/4 HOSE ID BRASS BARB FITTING
1
14631308
18
62064 ¼”ID TUBE TEE
1
14631104
19
¼”ID TUBE 4-WAY CONNECTOR
1
14631313
20
3/8” HOSE CLAMP HC-6ST
10
14631143
21
PC250-12VINYL CAP
2
14631151
22
59006 ¼”IDx3/8”OD VINYL TUBING
AS REQUIRED
14631033
23
1/4’’ID´3/8”OD VINYL TUBING (RED)
AS REQUIRED
14631314
24
1/4” ID SILICONE TUBING
AS REQUIRED
1552014
25A
PPS10111-2680 AIR PRESSURE SWITCH (100)
1
14631312
25B
PPS10111-2681 AIR PRESSURE SWITCH (75)
1
14631010
25C
PPS10111-2682 AIR PRESSURE SWITCH (50)
1
14631044
62043 ½’’ NPT´1/2”ID TUBE ELBOW
1
14631103
27A
GAS ORIFICE NATURAL, 100N (0.0860, #44)
1
43331090
26
27B
GAS ORIFICE NATURAL, 75N (0.0760, #48)
1
43331092
27C
GAS ORIFICE NATURAL, 50N (0.0615)
1
43331094
27D
GAS ORIFICE PROPANE, 100P (0.0670, #51)
1
43331091
27E
GAS ORIFICE PROPANE, 75P (0.0605)
1
43331093
27F
GAS ORIFICE PROPANE, 50P (0.0492)
1
43331095
69
REPAIR PARTS
E. FLUE ADAPTER AND EXHAUST ASSEMBLY
KEY #
QUANTITY
ITEM NUMBER
EXHAUST TEE ASSEMBLY - 1-A,B,C,D,E & F
1
43800001
1A
62017 1/2”NPTx1/2”ID TUBE STRAIGHT
1
14631101
1B
PVC 1 1/2” MALE SLIP x 1/2” FEMALE NPT
1
14631013
1C
PVC SCH 40 2”x1-1/2” REDUCER
1
14631014
1
DESCRIPTION
1D
3/4’’ ALUMINUM FLAT WASHER
1
14695815
1E
2” CPVC TEE, SCH 80
1
14631305
1F
2” CPVC PIPE´2-1/2’’, SCH 40
1
14631304
2
VENT SWITCH GASKET
1
14631028
3
36TX11-22491 INDUCER TEMP SAFETY SWITCH
1
14631303
4
#4-20x1/4” HWH PLAST FORM SCREW
2
14695808
5
116516-11 INDUCED DRAFT BLOWER
1
2272065
6
BLOWER GASKET
1
14631026
7
FLUE CONNECTOR
1
12101021
8
RECOVERY COIL GASKET
1
14631027
9
1/4”-20 HEX NUT W/SERRATED WASHER BLOCK
4
14695810
10
1/8” NPT 1/4” HOSE ID BRASS BARB FITTING
1
14693804
11
62043 1/2’’ NPT´1/2’’ ID TUBE ELBOW
1
14631103
12
57134 3/4’’ SNAP GRIP CLAMP
2
14631141
13
59019 ½’’ ID´1/8 THK VINYL TUBE
AS REQUIRED
14631035
14
HOSE, 3” LONG 2-3/8” ID X 2-3/4” OD
1
14631301
15
S. S. CLAMP, SIZE 44
2
14631302
16
PC250-12 VINYL CAP
2
14631151
17
3/8” HOSE CLAMP HC-6ST
2
14631143
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