andrews WH56 Installation guide

andrews WH56 Installation guide
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October 2010
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SECTION XX •
INTRODUCTION
Reproduction of any information in this publication by any method is not permitted
unless prior written approval has been obtained from Andrews Water Heaters.
Andrews Storage Water Heaters have been designed and manufactured to comply
with current international standards of safety. In the interests of the health and safety of
personnel and the continued safe, reliable operation of the equipment, safe working
practices must be employed at all times. The attention of UK users is drawn to their
responsibilities under the Health and Safety Regulations 1993.
All installation and service on Andrews Water Heaters must be carried out by properly
qualified personnel and, therefore, no liability can be accepted for any damage or
malfunction caused as a result of intervention by unauthorised personnel.
Andrews Water Heaters’ policy is one of continuous product improvement and,
therefore, the information in this manual, whilst completely up to date at the time of
publication, may be subject to revision without prior notice.
Further information and assistance can be obtained from:
Andrews Water Heaters
Wood Lane, Erdington,
Birmingham B24 9QP
Tel: 0845 070 1055
Fax: 0845 070 1059
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.andrewswaterheaters.com
Copyright Andrews Water Heaters 2010
CONTENTS
PAGE
GENERAL AND SAFETY INFORMATION
4
SECTION 1
INCLUDED ACCESSORIES
5
SECTION 2
QUICK CONNECT MULTI SYSTEM INSTALLATION
6
SECTION 3
BEFORE INSTALLATION
7
SECTION 4
CHOOSING INSTALLATION SITE
8
SECTION 5
INSTALLATION CLEARANCES
9
SECTION 6
INSTALLATION
10
SECTION 7
FLUE PIPE INSTALLATION (External)
11
SECTION 8
GAS PIPING
17
SECTION 9
WATER PIPING
18
SECTION 10
ELECTRICAL WIRING
19
SECTION 11
COMMISSIONING
21
SECTION 12
DIMENSIONS
23
SECTION 13
Remote CONTROLLER INSTALLATION
25
SECTION 14
SERVICING
26
SECTION 15
DISASSEMBLY
26
SECTION 16
SERVICING PARTS LIST
32
SPECIFICATIONS
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GENERAL SAFETY INFORMATION
Installation Manual
GAS WATER HEATER
WH42, LWH42
WH56, LWH56
(Internal)
(Internal)
WARNING: If the information in this manual is not followed exactly, a fire or explosion may result
causing property damage, personal injury or death.
Potential dangers from accidents during installation and use are divided into the following three
categories. Closely observe these warnings, they are critical to your safety.
Danger
Danger of serious injury or even death as well as danger of fire when the
product is misused by ignoring this symbol.
Warning
Possibility of serious injury or even death as well as possibility of fire when
the product is misused by ignoring this symbol.
Caution
Possibility of bodily injury or damage to property when the product is
misused by ignoring this symbol.
Prohibited
Disconnect
Power
Earth
Be sure to do
Requests to Installers
Caution
• In order to use the water heater safely, read this installation manual carefully,
and follow the installation instructions.
• Failures and damage caused by erroneous work or work not as instructed in this manual are not
covered by the warranty.
• Check that the installation was done properly in accordance with this Installation Manual upon
completion.
• After completion of installation, be sure to hand the Operation Manual to the customer upon filling
in all of the required items.
• The appliance must be installed in accordance with the Gas Safety (Installation and Use) Regulations
and the rules in force in the country of installation.
• The manufacturer's instructions supplied.
• The Gas Safety (Installation and Use) Regulations.
• The appropriate Buildings Regulations either The Building Regulations, The Building Regulations
(Scotland), The Building Regulations (Northern lreland).
• In IE, the installation must be carried out by a competent person and installed in accordance with the
current edition of I.S.813 "Domestic Gas Installations", the current Building Regulations and reference
should be made to the current ETCI rules for Electrical Installation.
SAR8286-3
*SAR8286 C*
INCLUDED ACCESSORIES
1. Included Accessories
Part
Shape
5
The following accessories are included with the unit.
Check for any missing items before starting installation.
Q’ty
Part
Shape
Owner's Guide
1
Installation Manual
(this document)
1
Crescent clamp
1
Drain hose
1
Tapping Screw
5
Q’ty
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QUICK CONNECT MULTI SYSTEM INSTALLATION
2. Quick Connect Multi System Installation
• The Quick Connect Multi System allows the installation of two units together utilizing only the Quick
Connect Cord.
The Quick Connect Cord is 2m. long. Install the two units 470mm-950mm apart at the center to
ensure the cord will be able to reach between the units. (See Typical Plumbing diagram).
(If the distance between the two units is too great, not only will the cord not be able to reach,
but the water temperature may also become unstable because of the difference in pipe length
between the two units.)
System Diagram
Quick Connect
Cord
Cord
Connector
* When connecting 2 devices, use only a
single remote controller.
Cord
Connector
Note: Connect the remote
controller to only one
of the devices.
Terminal Block
Remote Controller
Remote Controller Cord
Gas Supply Piping
G
Cold Water Supply
Hot Water
Typical Plumbing
Distance at center: 470 - 950mm.
Distance on sides
5 - 480mm.
Union
Union
Make this distance as short as possible.
* The hot water temperature will
become unstable as the pipe
length increases.
Quick Connect
Cord
Shutoff
Valve
Union
Gas Valve
Shutoff Valve
Shutoff
Valve
Hot Water
Cold Water
Leave enough clearance around the plumbing
to apply insulation. It will be necessary to add
bends to the piping to ensure that this
clearance is available.
Size the piping to allow for the maximum
flow rates of the units.
• Insulate the hot water piping to prevent heat loss. Insulate and apply heating materials to the cold
water supply piping to prevent heat loss and freezing of pipes when exposed to excessively cold
temperatures.
BEFORE INSTALLATION
3. Before Installation
Caution
Check the Gas
• Check that the rating plate indicates the correct type of gas.
Check that the gas supply line is sized
for 62.3 kW(or 49.0 kW) for this unit.
Check the Power
• The power supply required is 230V AC,
at 50Hz. Using the incorrect voltage
may result in fire or electric shock.
Do Not Use Equipment for Purposes Other Than Those Specified
• Do not use for purposes other than increasing the temperature of the water supply,
as unexpected accidents may occur as a result.
Check Water Supply Quality
• If the water supply is hard, acidic or otherwise impure, treat the water with approved methods in
order to ensure full warranty coverage.
Use Extreme Caution if Using With A Solar Pre-Heater
• Using this unit with a solar pre-heater can lead to unpredictable output temperatures and
possibly scalding. If absolutely necessary, use mixing valves to ensure output temperatures do
not get to scalding levels. Do not use a solar pre-heater with the quick-connect multi-system.
Checkup
• Check the fixing brackets and the flue pipe yearly for damage or wear. Replace if necessary.
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CHOOSING AN INSTALLATION SITE
4. Choosing Installation Site
The appliance must be installed in a
suitably ventilated room, in accordance
with the regulatins in force.
* Locate the appliance in an area where leakage from the unit or connections will not result in damage
to the area adjacent to the appliance or to the lower floors of the structure. When such locations
cannot be avoided, it is recommended that a suitable drain pan, adequately drained, be installed
under the appliance. The pan must not restrict combustion air flow.
Caution
• The water heater is designed for internal installation only. Never
install it outdoors or in a bathroom, it may be damaged or a fire may
be caused.
• Consult with the customer concerning the location of installation.
• Avoid places where fires are common, such as those where petrol,
benzene and adhesives are handled, or places in which corrosive
gases (ammonia, chlorine, sulfur, ethylene compounds, acids) are
present.
This may cause incomplete combustion or failures.
• Locate the flue terminal so that there are no obstacles around the
termination and so that exhaust can't accumulate. Do not enclose the
termination with corrugated metal or other materials.
• Install the water heater in an area that allows for the proper clearances to combustible and noncombustible construction. Consult the
rating plate on the appliance for proper clearances.
• Do not install the water heater in a place where it may be threatened
by falling objects, such as under shelves.
• The water heater must be installed in a place where supply and
exhaust pipes can be installed as directed.
• Do not install the water heater where the exhaust will blow on outer
walls or material not resistant to heat. Also consider the surrounding trees and animals.
The heat and moisture from the water heater may cause discoloration of walls and resinous materials, or corrosion of aluminum
materials.
• Avoid installation above gas ranges or stoves.
• Avoid installation between the kitchen fan and stove. If oily fumes or
a large amount of steam are present in the installation location, take
measures to prevent the fumes and steam from entering in the
equipment.
• Avoid installation in places where dust or debris will accumulate.
Dust may block the air-supply opening, causing the performance of
the fan motor to drop and incomplete combustion to occur as a result.
• Install in a location where the exhaust gas flow will not be
affected by fans or range hoods.
• Take care that noise and exhaust gas will not affect neighbors.
• Avoid installation in places where special chemical agents (e.g., hair
spray or spray detergent) are used.
Ignition failures and malfunction may occur as a result.
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INSTALLATION CLEARANCES
5. Installation Clearances
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Caution
Before installing, check for the following:
The appliance must be installed in a suitably ventilated room, in accordance with the regulations
in force.
Install in accordance with relevant building and mechanical codes, as well as any local, state or
national regulations.
Distance from combustibles
Item
Check
Illustration
• Maintain the following clearances
from both combustible and
non-combustible materials.
45 mm
or more
45 mm
or more
Distance from
the top surface
Distance from
the side
Outdoor Clearances to Opening
into Any Building
Securing of space for
repair/inspection
• If possible, leave 200mm or more on either
side of the unit to facilitate inspection.
• If possible, leave 600mm or more in front
of the unit to facilitate maintenance and
service if necessary.
200mm
or more
Consult the flue
manufacturer for
clearances
200mm
or more
600mm
or more
• There must be a clearance of 600mm or
more in front of the flue terminal.
• This restriction will not be applied to an
area where an effective shield makes a
clearance of 600mm or more in front of
the exhaust outlet.
There must be no
building opening
within this area.
300mm
or more
Flue Terminal
300mm
or more
300mm 300mm
or more or more
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INSTALLATION
6. Installation
Securing to the wall
• The weight of the device will be applied to the wall. If the strength of the wall is not sufficient, reinforcement must be done to prevent the transfer of vibration.
• Do not drop or apply unnecessary force to the device when installing. Internal parts may
be damaged and may become highly dangerous.
• Install the unit on a vertical wall and ensure that it is level.
Item
Check
Locating Screw Holes
Caution
• When installing with bare hands,
take caution to not inflict injury.
• Be careful not to hit electrical
wiring, gas, or water piping while
drilling holes.
Illustration
Location of Screw Hole
Mounting Bracket
(upper)
1. Drill a single screw hole, making sure to hit a stud.
2. Insert and tighten the screw and hang the unit by
the upper wall mounting bracket.
3. Determine the positions for the remaining four screws
(two for the top bracket and two for the bottom), and
remove the unit.
4. Drill holes for the remaining four screws.
Mounting
5. Hang the unit again by the first screw, and then
insert and tighten the remaining four screws.
Structure
6. Take waterproofing measures so that water does
not enter the building from screws mounting the
device.
• Make sure the unit is installed securely so that it will
not fall or move due to vibrations or earth-quakes.
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Locating Screw Holes
Tapping Screw
FLUE PIPE INSTALLATION
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7. Flue Pipe Installation (Internal Installation Only)
Flue Terminal Installation
• Follow the installation instructions included with the flue terminal and which are reproduced at the end
of this manual. This appliance must be the flue through the wall, not vertically to the roof.
Flue Terminal Installation Precautions
Note the following flue terminal installation requirements
• Do not install the flue terminal indoors
• Install the flue terminal with a downward slope
downward
slope
upward
slope
• Avoid installing the terminal where obstacles will block it
Flue Terminal
Flue Terminal
Flue Terminal
Snow
drift
• In the case the discharge direction of the exhaust
is to the side as shown in the diagram below, do
not select the supply/exhaust tube top. Incomplete
combustion caused by short cycling of exhaust
gas may occur as a result.
(except terminal guard.)
Snow
drift
Tree
• Clearance from the flue terminal.
If multiple units are installed,
terminals must be separated by
300mm or more in a plain view
regardless of the vertical clearance.
300mm or more
300mm or
more
Flue Terminal
Flue Terminal
1500mm or more
(terminal above
a terminal.)
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FLUE PIPE INSTALLATION
Detailed recommendations for the flue installations are given in BS 5440:1:2000. The following
notes are for general guidance only.
Note: An adapter is always required on top of the heater.
For the vertical flue set up, offset adapter will be supplied for the air intake.
a) The flue system must be constructed using only ANDREWS WATER HEATERS approved
components.
b) It is important that the position of the terminal allows free passage of air across it at all times.
c) It is ESSENTIAL TO ENSURE that products of combustion discharging from the terminal
cannot reenter the building, or any other adjacent building, through ventilators, windows, doors,
other sources of natural air infiltration, or forced ventilation / air conditioning.
d) The minimum acceptable dimensions from the flue terminal to obstructions and ventilation
openings are specified in Figs. 4& 5 opposite.
e) If the flue terminal discharges into a pathway or passageway check that combustion products
will not cause nuisance and that the terminal will not obstruct the passageway.
Assembling Air/Flue Pipes
The flue pipes must be assembled with the plain end of pipe or fitting nearest the boiler and the
female (socket) end furthest from the boiler. Check that a seal is fitted in every socket.
Always adjust length of pipes by cutting and de-burring plain end so that it does not damage or
disturb the seal. Remove burrs from inside and outside of pipe and ensure the pipe is clean and
free from oil and grease.
Any generally "horizontal" run of the flue pipe MUST NOT FORM A LOW POINT at which
condensate could accumulate.
a. Measure and cut the first pair of the flue pipes away from the appliance. Push pipes fully into
the sockets on top of the boiler whilst also fitting the flue duct prepared as above.
b. Measure and cut next pair of the air/flue pipes.
c. Prepare pipe support brackets as required before engaging pipes with the socket of preceding pipes or bends.
d. Push pipes together as before taking care not to dislodge seals. When cutting and fitting the
flue pipes on extended the flue systems, allow approx. 5 mm clearance at the bottom of each
joint - see Fig. 8.
e. Repeat above procedure to reach terminal. Ensure that air inlet and the flue gas connections
are correctly made and are not inadvertently reversed.
f. Fix pipe supports to masonry or woodwork so that the flue/air pipes are held securely in
position.
g. Check especially that all joints within any duct or other void are correctly engaged and sealed
before fixing the ductwork.
FLUE PIPE INSTALLATION
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Installing Horizontal Extended Terminal
Important: The flue terminal must be installed horizontally.
1. Mark the centre of the 152mm diameter hole and core drill.
Note: If the wall is clad with a combustible material an additional 25mm wide area must be
removed around liner.
2. Measure the wall thickness and cut the liner to this length.
Note: Cut opposite end to rim and allow some material to be used as tabs on the inside of the
wall to ensure a secure fixing.
Note:If the terminal has to be fitted from inside the property, the liner can be inserted with the
rim on the inside.
3. Fit the liner through the hole and make good internal and external rendering.
The latter may be done with arm extended through liner.
4. Push the flue terminal assembly into liner. Ensure terminal protrudes by 110mm from the wall.
Important: The grille must be totally exposed to air. Fit the closure plate around the pipes and
secure to the wall.
5. The flue pipe MUST be supported by a pipe clamp before the first joint.
Note: The flue pipe ends with a female socket designed for use with the optional 3° Bend.
If not using the bend, the socket should be cut off the flue pipe.
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FLUE PIPE INSTALLATION
M&G HORIZONTAL FLUE TERMINAL
• Use only the following models of the flue terminals with this unit.
• The M&G Horizontal Flue Terminal can be cut to suit the wall thickness.
Wall thickness
50 mm to 500 mm
Flue Precautions
• Use 100mm diameter flue pipe.
• Maximum flue length
4 elbow (90 degree) +
7m (flue pipe) + Flue Terminal
1 elbow (90 degree) +
12m (flue pipe) + Flue Terminal
• Minimum flue length
1 elbow (90 degree) + Flue Terminal
• Exceeding the maximum flue length is dangerous and may result in bad combustion.
• Maximum 90 degree bends not to exceed 4.
• Maximum length must be reduced by 2000mm
for each 90° bend used.
• Maximum length must be reduced by 1000mm
for each 45° bend used.
• If possible, don’t install the flue pipe through any
enclosed areas.If necessary,consult ANDREWS
WATER HEATER for clearances.
• Install the flue terminal so that all exhaust is directed to and all intake air is taken from outdoors.
• Do not store hazardous or flammable substances near the flue terminal.
• Slope the intake and exhaust pipes at a 1/50
grade down towards the termination.
• Connect the flue pipe firmly so that it will prevent
exhaust gases from leaking.
• Steam or condensed water may drip out of the
flue terminal. Dispose of this condensed water
according to local codes and in order to prevent
injury or property damage.
• If this product will be installed in an area where
snow is known to accumulate,protect the flue termination from blockage by snow drifts or damage from snow falling off of roofs.
• Support the flue pipe with hangers at intervals.
• Install the flue terminal so that it is easily accessible for maintenance both from the indoors and
the outdoors.
• If the flue terminal will be installed higher than
the water heater, make the vertical section directly above the water heater as short as
possible,and slope down to the terminal. Do not
have another vertical section after the horizontal
section begins.
• Make the vertical pipe as short as possible.
FLUE PIPE INSTALLATION
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M&G VERTICAL FLUE TERMINAL
• Use only the following models of the flue terminals with this unit.
• The M&G Vertical Flue Terminal can be cut to suit the roof.
Roof thickness
50 mm to 500 mm
Flue Precautions
• Use 100mm diameter flue pipe.
• Maximum flue length
4 elbow (90 degree) +
7m (flue pipe) + Flue Terminal
1 elbow (90 degree) +
12m (flue pipe) + Flue Terminal
• Minimum flue length
1 elbow (90 degree) + Flue Terminal
• Exceeding the maximum flue length is dangerous and may result in bad combustion.
• Maximum 90 degree bends not to exceed 4.
• Maximum length must be reduced by 2000mm
for each 90° bend used.
• Maximum length must be reduced by 1000mm
for each 45° bend used.
• If possible, don’t install the flue pipe through
any enclosed areas. If necessary, consult
ANDREWS WATER HEATER for clearances.
• Install the flue terminal so that all exhaust is
directed to and all intake air is taken from
outdoors.
• Do not store hazardous or flammable substances near the flue terminal.
• Slope the intake and exhaust pipes at a 1/50
grade down towards the termination.
• Connect the flue pipe firmly so that it will prevent
exhaust gases from leaking.
• Steam or condensed water may drip out of the
flue terminal. Dispose of this condensed water
according to local codes and in order to prevent
injury or property damage.
• Fit condensate trap and siphon to flues over 2m high.
• If this product will be installed in an area where
snow is known to accumulate,protect the flue termination from blockage by snow drifts or damage from snow falling off of roofs.
• Support the flue pipe with hangers at intervals.
• Install the flue terminal so that it is easily accessible for maintenance both from the indoors and
the outdoors.
• If the flue terminal will be installed higher than
the water heater,make the vertical section directly above the water heater as short as
possible,and slope down to the terminal. Do not
have another vertical section after the horizontal
section begins.
• Make the vertical pipe as short as possible.
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FLUE PIPE INSTALLATION
Connecter for switching airflow rate depending on exhaust conditions
Under the exhaust conditions indicated by the shaded portion of the table
below, the connector for switching the airflow rate shown in the illustration
below is pulled out. (Changes the speed of fan rotation.)
<Extending conditions for the exhaust flues>
Bends
Length
1m
2m
3m
4m
5m
6m
7m
8m
9m
10 m
11 m
12 m
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Pulling out
Connector
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Connector to switch
the airflow amount
Connector to switch
the airflow amount
Controller
[Extending limits for the exhaust flues]
4 bends within 7 m
1 bend within 12 m
The power must be unplugged when
adjusting (pulling in or out) the connector
to switch the airflow amount.
When the intake/exhaust pipes pass through an enclosed space:
Intake pipe Exhaust pipe
(Combustible material)
Sloping down toward flue terminal
Ceiling
External wall,
combustible material
Suggested inspection openings (450mm x 450mm)
• Inspection openings are suggested for the flue pipe if they are
installed in an enclosure. These openings should be near the
entrance and exit of the flue into the enclosure.
• These openings should be 450mm x 450mm.
Terminal Guard
A terminal guard is required if persons could come into contact with the terminal or the terminal
could be subject to damage.
If a terminal guard is required, it must be positioned to provide minimum of 50 mm clearance from
any part of the terminal and be central over the terminal.
Description:Flue Outlet Guard
Andrews Part Number:E105
Manufactured by:H.Docherty Limited
Red Shute Hill Industrial Estate
Red Shute Hill
Hermtage, Newbury
Berkshire, RG18 9QL
United Kingdom
GAS PIPING
8. Gas Piping
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Follow the instructions from the gas supplier.
The appliance and its individual shutoff valve must be disconnected from the gas supply piping system
during any pressure testing of that system at test pressures in excess of 35 mbar.
The Appliance 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 to or less than
35 mbar.
The appliance and its gas connections must be leak tested before placing the appliance in operation.
The inlet gas pressure must be within the range specified. This is for the purposes of input adjustment.
Measuring Gas Pressure
In order to check the gas supply pressure to the unit, a
tap is provided on the gas inlet. Remove the hex head
philips screw from the tap, and connect a manometer
using a silicon tube.
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WATER PIPING
9. Water Piping
Ask a qualified plumber to perform the installation
of the plumbing. Observe all applicable codes.
This appliance is suitable for potable water. Do not use this appliance if any part has been underwater. Immediately
call a qualified service technician to inspect the appliance and replace any part of the control system and gas control
which has been under water.
If the water heater is installed in a closed water supply system, such as one having a backflow preventer in the cold
water supply line, means shall be provided to control thermal expansion. Contact ANDREWS WATER HEATERS
TECHNICAL DEPARTMENT FOR ADVICE.
Piping and components connected to the water heater shall be suitable for use with potable water.
Toxic chemicals, such as those used for boiler treatment, shall not be introduced into the potable water.
A water heater used to supply potable water may not be connected to any heating system or components previously
used with a nonpotable water heating appliance.
When water is required in one part of the system at a higher temperature than in the rest of the system, means such
as a mixing valve shall be installed to temper the water to reduce the scalding hazard.
• Flush water through the pipe to clean out metal powder, sand and dirt before connecting it.
• Take appropriate heat insulation measures (e.g., wrapping with heat insulation materials, using electric heaters)
according to the climate of the region to prevent the pipe from freezing.
• Use a union coupling or flexible pipe for connecting the pipes to reduce the force applied to the piping.
• Do not use piping with a diameter smaller than the coupling.
• When feed water pressure is too high, insert a depressurizing valve, or take water hammer prevention measures.
• Avoid using joints as much as possible to keep the piping simple.
• Avoid piping in which an air holdup can occur.
• Use approved piping materials.
• If installing the unit on a roof:
If the unit is installed on a roof to supply water to the levels below, make sure that the water pressure supplied to
the unit does not drop below 2000 mbar. It may be necessary to install a pump system to ensure that the water
pressure is maintained at this level.
Check the pressure before putting the unit into operation.
Failing to supply the proper pressure to the unit may result in noisy operation, shorter lifetime of the unit, and
may cause the unit to shut down frequently.
Supply water piping
• Do not use PVC piping.
• Mount a check valve and a shut off valve (near
the inlet).
• In order for the client to use the water heater
comfortably,1000 mbar to 5000 mbar of pressure is needed from the water supply.
Be sure to check the water pressure. If the water
pressure is low, the water heater cannot perform
to its full capability, and may become a source of
trouble for the client.
Hot water piping
• Do not use lead or PVC piping.
• The longer the piping, the greater the heat loss.
Try to make the piping as short as possible.
• Use a mixing valve with a low water resistance.
Use shower heads with low pressure loss.
• If necessary, use a pump or other means to ensure that the supply water pressure to the inlet
of the heater does not fall below 2000 mbar when
the maximum amount of water is being demanded. Also install a pressure meter on the inlet. If this is not done, local boiling will occur inDrain piping
side the water heater causing abnormal sounds
• Expansion water may drop from the pressure
and decreasing the durability of the heat exprevention device and wet the floor. If neceschanger.
sary, provide drain piping or use a drain hose to
remove the water.
ELECTRICAL WIRING
10. Electrical Wiring
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Consult a qualified electrician
for the electrical work.
Do not connect electrical power to the unit until all electrical wiring has been completed.
i) "A means of disconnection from the supply mains having a contact separation in all poles must be provided to allow for full disconnection".
ii) Under voltage Cat III conditions should be incorporated in the fixed wiring in accordance with the wiring
regulations.
iii) "If the supply cord is damaged, it must be replaced by the manufacturer or its service agent".
This appliance must be electrically grounded in accordance with Electrical Authority Regulations.
External wiring must be correctly earthed, polarised and in accordance with the relevant standards.
In GB this is BS 6891.
In IE this is the current edition of I.S.813 "Domestic Gas Installations".
The boiler must be connected to a permanent 230 V ac, 50Hz supply.
Connection of the whole electrical system of the boiler, including any heating controls, to the electrical supply
must be through one common isolator and must be fused 10 Amp maximum.
Isolation should be by a double pole switched fused spur box, with a minimum gap of 3 mm for both poles.
The fused spur box should be readily accessible and preferably adjacent to the appliance. It should be
identified as to its use.
Caution: Label all wires prior to disconnection when servicing controls. Wiring errors can cause improper
and dangerous operation.
Verify proper operation after servicing.
Field wiring to be performed at time of appliance installation.
Caution
Do not turn on the power until the electrical wiring is finished.
This may cause electrical shock or damage to the equipment to occur.
• The electrical supply required by the water
heater is 230V AC at 50 Hz.
The power consumption may be up to 135W.
Use an appropriate circuit.
• Do not disconnect the power supply when not
in use. When the power is off, the freeze
prevention in the water heater will not activate, resulting in possible freezing damage.
Ground
• To prevent an electric shock, always plug power
lead into an earth powerpoint.
• Do not let the power cord contact the gas piping.
Tie the redundant power cord outside the
water heater. Putting the redundant length of
cord inside the water heater may cause electrical interference and faulty operation.
THE APPLIANCE MUST BE EARTHED
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ELECTRICAL WIRING
Remote Controller
• Applicable Model
WH42, LWH42, WH56, LWH56
Remote controller
•
Main
RC-7508M
The remote controller must be installed in accordance with the installation manual enclosed in the
package.
Connecting Remote Controller Cord to Unit
•
•
•
•
Keep the remote controller cord away from the freeze prevention heaters in the unit.
Tie the redundant cord outside the water heater. Do not put the extra length inside the equipment.
The remote controller cord can be extended up to 100m with Remote controller cord.
Use a Y type terminal with a resin sleeve. (Without the sleeve, the copper wire may corrode and
cause problems).
• Be sure to hand tighten when screwing to the terminal block. Power tools may cause damage to the
terminal block.
Remote controller cord
• Use Remote controller cord for any extensions.
• Install according to the National Electrical Code and all applicable local codes.
1. Remove the front cover of the heater (4 screws).
2. Pass the remote controller cord through the wiring
throughway and into the unit.
3. Connect the Y terminals at the end of the remote
controller cord to the terminal block.
4. Secure the remote controller cord with a clamp.
5. Replace the front cover.
Clamp
Wiring
Throughway
Terminal Block
Remote controller cord
COMMISSIONING
11.Commissioning
21
The installer should test operate the unit, explain to
the customer how to use the unit, and give the owner
this manual before leaving the installation
NOTE: The appliance has been factory set and no adjustment is necessary.
• Preparation ... (1) Ensure all lines are purged / flushed of debris prior to connection to appliance.
(2) Open the shut off valve on the water supply, check that water passes through the
valve and close the valve.
(3) Open the gas supply valve, turn on the power supply, and turn on the Operation
switch on the remote controller (the Operation lamp turns on) .
(1) Open a hot water fixture and confirm that the "Burner On" lamp comes on, and that hot water is
being produced. (If necessary, repeat until the air in the gas piping is bled out).
* White smoke may be noticed from the exhaust pipe during cold weather. However, this is not a
malfunction of the unit.
* If an “11” error code appears on the remote controller, turn the unit off and then back on again,
and then open a hot water fixture again.
(2) Change the temperature setting on the remote controller and check that the water temperature changes.
(3) Check the secondary gas pressure.
The regulator on products is electronically controlled and pre-set in factory.
It does not require adjustment on installation under normal condition.
Perform the following procedure only if the unit is operating incorrectly and all other possible
causes have been eliminated.
1) Turn off the gas supply.
2) Turn off power supply.
3) Remove the front panel from the appliance.
4) Attached pressure gauge to gas pressure checking point. (Fig.1)
5) Turn on the gas supply
6) Turn on power supply
7) If remote controllers are fitted, turn the unit “ON” at the remote
controller; open a hot water tap fully.
Caution: Do not touch hot water outlet during this procedure.
8) Check the gas pressure at gas pressure checking point.
Refer to “Specification” on page 3.
(Fig.1)
• If the water heater does not operate normally, refer to "Troubleshooting"
in the Operation Manual.
* After the trial operation, clean the filter in the cold water inlet.
<If installed with a quick connect multi-system>
• Turn the system power on with the remote controller.
• Slowly open a hot water fixture and check that the units ignite sequentially. Check to see that the
hot water temperature is the same as the temperature displayed on the remote controller. (*1)
* If inlet water temperature is high, and both units do not ignite at the same time, switch which
unit will ignite first by pressing the Max. or Min. Manifold Pressure Set Button on the circuit
board and then confirm each unit can ignite. (*2)
Press Max. or Min. Manifold
Unit A Ignites
Unit A Doesn't Ignite
Pressure Set Button on Unit B
Unit B Doesn't Ignite
Unit B Ignites
* If an 11 or F11 error code flashes on the remote controller, hit the Power Button on the remote
controller off and on 2-3 times.
* If (*1) and (*2) cannot be done, the Quick Connect Cord may not be properly connected.
Check that the cord is properly connected.
Caution
Handling after trial operation
• In Freezing areas: If the unit will not be used immediately, close off all gas and water shutoff
valves, drain all of the water out of the unit and the plumbing system to prevent the unit
and system from freezing, and bleed the gas out of the gas line.
Freezing is not covered by the warranty.
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COMMISSIONING
Lighting Instructions
This water heater does not have a pilot. It is equipped with an ignition device that automatically lights
the burner.
1. Read the safety information in the installation manual or on the front of the water heater.
2. Turn off all electrical power to the unit.
3. Do not attempt to light the burner by hand.
4. Turn the gas control manual valve (external to the unit) clockwise to the off position.
5. Wait five minutes to clear out any gas. If the smell of gas remains, stop, and follow the instructions
on page 3 of owner's guide.
6. Turn the gas control manual valve counterclockwise to the on position.
7. Turn on electric power to the unit.
8. The unit will now operate whenever hot water is called for. If the unit will not operate, follow the
shutdown instructions and call a service technician.
Shutdown Instructions
1. Stop any water demand.
2. Turn off electric power.
3. Turn the gas control manual valve clockwise to the off position.
Should overheating occur, or the gas supply fail to shut off, turn off the gas control manual valve to the
appliance.
DIMENSIONS
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12. Dimensions
WH42, LWH42, WH56, LWH56
(unit: mm)
(VIEW FROM TOP)
361
244
GAS INLET (3/4)
450
140
87
71
173
89
61
COLD WATER INLET (3/4")
HOT WATER OUTLET (3/4)
WIRING THROUGHWAYS
464
170
140
100
10
450
240
150
94
AIR INLET
39.7
70
36
226
100
100
FLUE COLLAR
79
UPPER WALL MOUNT BRACKETS
665
615
LED
BOTTOM OF
CASE
100
140
170
10
44
36
70
BOTTOM OF CASE
51
55
LOWER WALL MOUNT BRACKETS
WIRING THROUGHWAYS
COLD WATER INLET
WATER DRAIN VALVE
(WATER FILTER)
COLL
GROUND
HOT
GAS
HOT WATER OUTLET
GAS INLET
WATER DRAIN VALVES
WATER DRAIN VALVES
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DIMENSIONS
Wiring Diagram ( WH42, LWH42, WH56, LWH56)
BR
BR
W 1
2
3
(UN-USED)
(VACANT CONNECTOR)
AIRFLOW CHANGE
-OVER CONNECTOR
R
W
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
(VACANT CONNECTOR)
BL
<CN102>
<CN89>
1 2 3 4 5 6
BL
BL
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
<CN63>
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
MAIN CIRCUIT
BOARD
<CN38>
INLET WATER
THERMISTOR
W 3 W
2
W 1 W
HEAT EXCHANGER
THERMISTOR
W
W 4 W
3
2
W 1 W
W
W 2 W
W 1 W
OPERATING LED
2
1
BK
W
SM
(VCC)
LS
(VCC)
(Fully open)
(GND)
2 1
4 3
6 5
8 7
10 9
12 11
14 13
16 15
18 17
20 19
22 21
24 23
26 25
28 27
30 29
32 31
SM
(VCC)
LS
(VCC)
(Fully open)
(GND)
Y
R
BL
BL
BK
V
W
G
O
R
Y
BL
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
BK
V
W
G
O
R
Y
BL
BK
V
W
G
O
R
Y
BL
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
BK
V
W
G
O
1
BL
1
Y
R
BL
3
2
1
Y
R
BL
(Pulse)
(VCC)
(GND)
QS
MAIN WATER
FLOW SENSOR
(Pulse)
(VCC)
(GND)
QS
BYPASS WATER FLOW
SENSOR
MAIN CIRCUIT
BOARD
Manifold Gas Pressure
Increase Button
Manifold Gas Pressure
Decrease Button
Minimum Manifold Pressure Set Button
Maximum Manifold Pressure Set Button
R
R
R
BL
BL
G
W
BK
R
6
5
4
3
2
1
184
BL
BL
G
W
BK
R
6
5
4
3
2
1
<CN184>
(For Quick Connect Multi System Only)
6
5
4
3
2
1
BL
BL
BL
G
W
BK
R
BL
BL
G
W
BK
R
6
5
4
3
2
1
6
5
4
3
2
1
Quick Connect Cord(Optional)
BL
BL
(G)BK
(W)R
(BK)G
(R)W
BL
BL
G(BK)
W(R)
BK(G)
R(W)
6
5
4
3
2
1
<CN184>
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8
<CN78>
1 3 5
2 4 6
BL
R
O
BL
BR
GY
W
BK
<CN10>
BL
8 BL
7 R
6 O
5 BL
4 BR
3 GY
2 W
1 BK
DU
10
W
BK
OY
<CN160>
<CN102> BL R
3 2 1
BK R
R
G
GAS VALVE UNIT
R
W
SV
0
<CN1>
R
Y
BL
BL
4 3 2 1
BL
3
2
1
Other Unit in Quick Connect Multi System
BK
W
THERMAL FUSE
BURNER THERMISTOR
R
<CN75>
1
BYPASS WATER
FLOW CONTROL
VALVE
Y
R
BL
R
R
3
2
1
MAIN WATER
FLOW CONTROL
VALVE
R
W
2 2 O
1 1 O
O
OUTLET WATER
THERMISTOR
1
2
3
R
BL
2 R
1 BL
5 4 3 2 1
9
<CN
89A>
11
SV
Q1
12
SV
Q2
13
SV
Q3
14
SV
Q4
BK
W
7 6 5 4 3 2 1
GAS MANIFOLD
<CN27>
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
<CN104>
G
BL
GY
GY
O
O
BK
W
BR
2 1
BR
<CN101>
NEUTRAL
LIVE
VARISTOR
<CN92>
REMOTE CONTROLLER
CURRENT LEAKAGE SAFETY DEVICE
1
2
3
POWER CIRCUIT
BOARD
FREEZE PROTECTION
THERMOSTAT
2
1
BL
BL
RELAY 9
EARTH
1
SYSTEM CONTROLLER
RELAY 3
R
BK
B5 2
10A(FUSE)
AC100V
RC TERMINAL
RELAY 1
IG
SV0
SV1
IGNITER
SOLENOID VALVE 0
HIGH LIMIT
SWITCH
SOLENOID VALVE Q1
RELAY 10
(OPTIONAL)
RELAY 4
DC90V
RELAY 5
RELAY 2
DC140V
FLAME ROD
W (Vs)
W
BL(GND)
R (Vcc)
Y (FG)
O (Vsp)
BL
R
Y
O
W
6
5
4
3
2
1
W
BL
R
Y
O
BL
R
Y
O
IGNITER
IG
ELECTRODE
6
5
4
3
2
1
SV2
SV3
SV4
SOLENOID VALVE Q2
DC90V
SOLENOID VALVE Q3
SOLENOID VALVE Q4
DC140V
W
POWER
CONTROLLER
BL
R
Y
O
FAN FAN MOTOR
A
B
DC15V(2)
PRIMARY
W
BK
FAN CONTROL
OUTPUT
SECONDARY
DC15V(1)
HIGH-LIMIT SWITCH
W
W
BK
W
2
1
BK BK W
1
2
BR
BR
1 1
2 2
GY
BR
(VACANT CONNECTOR)
BR
MAIN WATER FLOW SENSOR
BYPASS WATER FLOW SENSOR
Sub-CPU
SUB
CONTROL
UNIT
MAIN WATER FLOW CONTROL VALVE
TRANSFORMER
BYPASS WATER FLOW CONTROL VALVE
CPU
(VACANT CONNECTOR)
THERMAL FUSE
CENTRAL
PROCESSING
UNIT
RELAY 1
BR
BL
BR
BL
Y/G
Y/G
Y/G
EARTH
EARTH
EARTH
FREEZE PROTECTION
THERMOSTAT
FREEZE PROTECTION
THERMOSTAT
1
2
W
BL
BL
W
BL
BR
GY
BL
BR
1
2
3
BR
GY
BL
BL
W
3
2
1
RELAY 5
1 2
WW
WW
WW
WW
WW
2 1
2 1
2 1
2 1
WW
WW
D
OUTLET WATER THERMISTOR
HEAT EXCHANGER
THERMISTOR
BL
W
BL
BL/W W
C
INLET WATER THERMISTOR
RELAY 2
<AC230V>
A
B
15V POWER CIRCUIT
GND
URRENT LEAKAGE
AFETY DEVICE
GFCI)
FAN
PULSE
CONTROL
CIRCUIT
FAN ROTATION
SPEED INPUT
2 1
(UN-USED)
EARTH
PRIMARY
SECONDARY
FAN MOTOR FM
VARISTOR ARRESTER
FREEZE PREVENTION
HEATER
AC230V
BL
BL
WW
BL
FREEZE PREVENTION HEATER
WW
COLOR CODING
W : White
R : Red
BK : Black
V : Violet
O : Orange
BL : Blue
GY : Gray
G : Green
BR : Brown
Y : Yellow
RELAY
DRIVING
CIRCUIT
RELAY 7
FREEZE PROTECTION
THERMISTOR
BURNER THERMISTOR
RELAY 9
RELAY 10
DU
D
GAS PROPORTION VALVE
POWER CONTROL CIRCUIT
FLAME DETECTING CIRCUIT
FR FLAME ROD
EARTH
C
5V POWER CIRCUIT
GND
REMOTE CONTROLLER INSTALLATION
13.Remote Controller Installation Manual
Model Number:
25
For Installers:
Read this installation guide carefully
before carrying out installation.
RC-7508M
Note
Do not connect power to the water heater before the remote controller has been properly installed.
Included Accessories
Part
Shape
Q’ty
Part
Shape
Remote Controller
1
Cross recessed
flat-head screw
2
Cross recessed flathead wood screw
2
Wall anchor
2
Q’ty
Remote Controller Installation Procedure
(1) Remove the decorative cover.
(The decorative cover is attached very simply.)
Connect the Y-shaped terminal to the terminal block at the
back of the remote controller.
* In the case of exposed wiring (attachment to the wall), first
open up the cord intake on the main remote controller
body using pliers. (Take care not to damage the board in
the process.)
T
SE
ON
/O
FF
Main remote
controller body
Decorative cover
(2) Position the holes (diameter: 6 mm X depth: 25 - 30 mm)
to secure the remote controller for the kitchen, and knock
in all the wall anchors. Next, secure it using oval-headed
wood screws.
T
SE
* The screws must be tightened manually, and the
remote controller secured properly without rattling.
Main remote controller body
Oval-headed wood screws
(3) Replace the decorative cover.
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SERVICING
•
DISASSEMBLY
14. Servicing
Important Notes
To ensure the continued efficient and safe operation of the boiler it is recommended that it is checked
and serviced at regular intervals. The frequency of servicing will depend upon the particular installation
and usage, but in general once a year should be enough.
It is the Law that any servicing is carried out by a competent person.
When replacing a part on this appliance, use only spare parts that you can be assured conform to the
safety and performance specification that we require. Do not use reconditioned or copy parts that have
not been clearly authorised by Andrews Water Heaters.
Before commencing with a service or replacement of parts the boiler should be isolated from the electrical
supply and water supply and the gas supply should be turned off at the gas service cock.
All routine servicing requirements can be achieved by the removal of the front panel only. Remove the
four screws on the front panel and lift off.
For access inside the appliances screwdriver can be used.
To remove chassis front.
Unless stated otherwise any part removed during servicing should be replaced in the reverse order to
removal.
Servicing should always include the removal of any debris from the condensate pipe and siphon.
After completing any servicing of gas carrying components, ALWAYS test for gas soundness and carry
out a functional test of the controls.
It is not necessary for the burner parts and heat exchanger parts to be cleaned up.
15. Disassembly of each part
1. Removing the transformer
(1) Remove the 2 quick fasteners and remove
the bypass pipe.
DISASSEMBLY
(2) Remove the 2 locking screws of the
transformer, then pull out.
2. Removing the electric board
(1) Remove the locking screws at the top
and bottom and ground screw, then pull
board out.
3. Removing the manifold
• Remove the electric board and fixing plate
of the ground-fault circuit interrupter in
advance.
(1) Remove the locking screw of the gas
electromagnetic valve and the manifold
pipe.
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28
DISASSEMBLY
(2) Remove the fasten terminal of the gas
electromagnetic valve, then remove the
4 manifold locking screws.
(3) Pull up and remove the manifold.
4. Removing the hot-water supply fan
• Remove the electric board, manifold and
intake gas pipe in advance.
(1) Remove the 3 fan locking screws, then
pull out.
DISASSEMBLY
(2) Pull out the fan motor.
5. Removing the gas electromagnetic
valve block
• Remove the electric board and manifold
in advance.
(1) Remove the gas electromagnetic valve
locking screw.
(2) Pull up the gas electromagnetic valve
to the upper section and remove it.
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30
DISASSEMBLY
6. Removing the mixing tube block
• Remove the electric board and connectors
in advance.
(1) Remove the locking screw of the intake
water pipe and the locking quick
fastener of water flow sensor set 3 of
the heat exchanger, then pull out the
intake water pipe.
For Quick-discharge type
Remove the intake water pipe locking
screw and 2 locking fasteners of the
non-return valve, then remove the
intake water pipe and pull out the
pump discharge pipe.
(2) Remove the quick fastener of the
water flow sensor set 1 and the
discharge hot-water pipe locking screw.
(3) R e m o v e t h e c o n n e c t i n g q u i c k
fasteners of the water flow sensor set
3 adjustment valve and the water flow
servo set 2, and the mixing body block
locking screw.
DISASSEMBLY
(4) Pull up the mixing tube block to the
upper section and remove it.
7. Removing the heat exchanger
• Remove the electric board, manifold,
mixing tube block and connectors in
advance.
(1) Remove the 3 locking screws at the
bottom of the burner case.
(2) Remove the 2 case top plate locking
screws.
(3) Remove the 3 locking screws at the flue
collar and adapter, pull out the heat
exchanger.
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SERVICING PARTS LIST
16. Servicing parts lists
External outfitting WH42, LWH42, WH56, LWH56
072
072
006
013
007
010
016
072
009
014
024
070
025
012
070
001
003
050
002
015
071
023
028
003
029
022
070
075
039
070
005
002
004
730
SERVICING PARTS LIST
External outfitting WH42, LWH42, WH56, LWH56
Part Nos.
Part Names
Order Nos.
Q'ty/unit
1
001
WH56AD Front set-AS
SKA7263
002
Front packing S
AAP
AAPL015
2
003
Front packing L
AAP
AAPL017
2
004
005
Lamp seal plate DEC
Piping label
EDM
DECK008
EDMK004
1
1
006
Heat insulator
CZVL002
1
007
009
Intake pipe
ELE
Intake pipe packing EHK
ELEF001
EHKL084
1
1
010
Exhaust box FF
012
Exhaust joint packing DHN
013
014
Intake flange
BCU
Exhaust cylinder flange packing
015
016
Front acoustic foam
CZV
Exhaust cylinder packing EDL
022
Caution label FF AD
ELE
ELEK077
1
023
024
Plug insulation sheet CRU
Intake/Exhaust label EJM
CRUK002
EJMK031
1
1
025
028
029
Case FF AD
Wiring coupling
Grommet ELE
ELEA016
BXKA022
ELEA031
1
1
1
039
050
Connection diagram label AD
Connecting cord 2
DMB
ELEK063
DMBJ010
1
1
070
071
072
073
075
Cross recessed round-head collar N-tapping screw 4X8
Cross recessed truss type3 EVERTIGHT tapping screw with PW 4X12
Cross recessed round-head collar N-tapping screw 4X10
Cross recessed round-head collar N-tapping screw 4X12
Cross recessed round-head collar type3 EVERTIGHT tupping screw 4X12
CZV
CZV
ELE
ELE
BXK
ELE
CZVF001
1
DHNL003
1
BCUF022
ELEL001
1
1
CZVL003
EDLL002
1
1
SAD6181
SAB6510
SAD6182
SAD6183
SAD6453
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34
SERVICING PARTS LIST
Combustion unit and gas route WH42, LWH42, WH56, LWH56
100
109
102
101
105
110
117
103
126
116
131
070
104
072
117
070
132
070
118
129
173
128 073
171
172
170
111
112
114
070
119
125
141
115
070
070
173
133
175
175
For LWH42
For LWH56
122
3P
3P
121
121
120
123
172
171
124
127
172
075
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SERVICING PARTS LIST
Combustion unit and gas route WH42, LWH42, WH56, LWH56
Part Nos.
Part Names
Order Nos.
Q'ty/unit
SBP7302
SBA7506
1
1
100
101
Combustion tube set EAC SET-V
Flame rod DLK SET-V
102
Plug packing(for N) DLK
DLKL012
1
103
104
Ignition plug Q(N)SET-V
Burner sensor DLK SET-V
SBA7504
SBA7505
1
1
105
109
Plug fixing plate(for N) DLK
Suction air joint packing DHN
DLKC009
DHNL002
1
1
110
Manifold set 15 DHN SET-AS
Manifold set 24 DHN SET-AS
SAR7812
SAR7574
1< >
1< >
111
Solenoid S16L CRU SET-AS
SAQ7346
3
112
114
Solenoid S24L CRU SET-AS
O-ring S30 type 1A
SAQ7406
SAD6433
1
3
115
116
O-ring S-38
Manifold seal packing top
SAD6372
CRPL002
1
1
117
118
Manifold seal packing side CRP
Manifold seal packing bottom CRP
CRPL004
CRPL003
2
1
119
Fan moter Q
CXB
CXBF030
1
120
121
Manifold pipe
O-ring P25.5
DHN
DHNE015
SAB1512
1
2
122
123
Gas mech. S24DQ CRP SET-V
O-ring JASO 2028A
SAQ7708
8590109
1
1
124
Gas fitting 20ASET
125
126
Mounting plate for burner case
Main damper 11 CRP
127
Conduit R10
128
129
131
132
Mounting plate for igniter
Mounting plate for igniter
133
Manifold orifice plate 11
141
Bell-mouth
170
171
Cross recessed round-head type3 EVERTIGHT tapping screw 5X16
Cross recessed hexagon head machine screw
SAB6001
SAC6082
172
173
Cross recessed round-head machine screw M4X8
Cross recessed round-head N-tapping screw 4X8
SAD6373
6347606
175
Cross recessed round-head SPAKmachine screw with guide M4X12
SAD6466
CRP
2H
ELEE001
1
DLTC001
CRPC052
1
1
DEK
DEKJ014
1
Igniter AGV
High-voltage cord 470
AGVJ007
SAC1229
1
1
EACC011
DTJA015
1
1
ELEE005
1< >
CRUC045
1
44
ELE
3P
DLT
EAC
DTJ
ELE
CRU
3P
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SERVICING PARTS LIST
Hot-water feed route WH42, LWH42, WH56, LWH56
412
425
456
424
413
428
402
A
434
401
508
507
427
456
421
D
433
412
434
423
468
406
B
413
484
510
402
483
407
400
470
417
402
402
C 173
471
408
412
472
406
435
452
414
409
471
172
413
456
410
511
418
412
509
434
413
441
411
075
511
422
A
456
413
508
412
507
B
420
073
463
428
468
D
453
435
458
434
444
442
454
434
172
456
437
434
172
445
434
439
456
C
443
418
509
446
440
455
431
447
438
172
509
418
075
SERVICING PARTS LIST
Hot-water feed route WH42, LWH42, WH56, LWH56
(Thermal fuse rounding procedure)
(Left side view)
(Front side view)
(Right side view)
(Rear side view)
Freeze preventive heater
1.Beginning of roll
Thermal fuse fastener
Heat exchanger SET
Thermal fuse
Thermal fuse fastener
37
38
SERVICING PARTS LIST
Hot-water feed route WH42, LWH42, WH56, LWH56
Part Nos.
Part Names
Order Nos.
Q'ty/unit
SKA7139
SBA7398
1
1
400
401
Heat exchanger EJM SET-AS
Thermal fuse DHN SET-V
402
Thermal fuse fastener
406
407
Thermal fuse cover
DHN
Freeze preventive heater Q DJW SET-V
408
409
Heater fastener
EHK
Remaining flame safety device 120
410
411
Water flow servo set 2 DZT
Heat exchanger thermistor-300 BWC
412
O-ring P4C
413
414
Thermistor holding plate
O-ring P20C
417
418
Water flow servo set 1 DZT
Freeze preventive heater 3
420
421
O-ring P22C
Hot-water feed pipe
422
Bypass pipe
EACD003
1
423
424
Hot-water thermistor-300 BWC
Water flow sensor set 3
DUV
BWCD096
DUVD019
1
1
425
427
Water inlet thermistor-300 BWC
Water outlet magnetic sensor
BWC
BWCD097
BWCD090
1
1
428
O-ring P12.5C
3359808
2
431
433
Water inlet pipe
EAC
Quick fastener 13-22
EACD001
SAD6537
1
1
434
O-ring P16C
435
437
Shut-off cock
AXG
Water inlet fitting 20A set
438
439
Water filter (SUS)
O-ring 16DF BRQ
EGB
440
Water filter cover
DTJ
DTJD006
1
441
442
Drain cock
CRU
Hot-water resistant O-ring P3
CRUD003
SAD6633
1
1
443
444
Mixing coupling
EAC
Mixing body
EAC
EACD007
EACD013
1
1
445
Mixing cylinder BWC
BWCD035
1
446
447
QMF safety valve A(S)
Hot-water resistant O-ring P9
SAA2811
SAD6635
1
1
452
453
454
455
456
Hot-water outlet fitting
HGH
O-ring P11C
Quick fastener 12.7
O-ring JASO 2026 type4 C
Quick fastener 16A
HGHD101
1326503
6340202
SAA6483
6340300
1
1
1
1
6
458
463
Water flow sensor set 1
Magnetic sensor BWC
DUVD017
BWCD093
1
1
468
Thermostat BVU
BVUH002
2
470
471
Conduit 86
DZT
Waterproof cover
CZL
DZTJ008
CZLD041
1
2
472
483
Servo motor cable conduit (86) DZT
Dummy heater for 240V
DJW
DZTJ009
DJWH004
1
1
484
Heater fastener M
AJBL002
1
507
508
Cross recessed truss P TIGHT screw 4X10
Cross recessed round-head P TIGHT screw 4X14
SAB6339
SAA6473
509
510
511
Cross &straight recessed round-head collar type3 S TIGHT tapping screw 4X8
Cross &straight recessed type3 S TIGHT tapping screw 4X8
Cross recessed round-head P TIGHT screw 4X14
SAD6455
6381600
SAC6300
CXD
DJP
ALS
DJW
DHN
EAC
EAC
DUV
AJB
CXDH003
5
DHNA014
SKA7037
2
1
EHKH001
DJPH002
1
1
DZTD011
BWCD098
1
1
1323709
5
ALSD088
3059502
5
1
DZTD010
DJWH003
1
3
7573308
DHND010
1
1
3223302
7
AXGD089
EACD006
2
1
EGBD032
BRQL008
1
1
SERVICING PARTS LIST
Electronic control unit WH42, LWH42, WH56, LWH56
705
701
F
G
700
H
073
703
732
070
714
710
715
070
717
711
722
H
070
712
070
070
730
731
721
733
073
721
713
G
F
39
40
SERVICING PARTS LIST
Electronic control unit WH42, LWH42, WH56, LWH56
Part Nos.
Part Names
700
701
Relay case ELE-A SET-AS
Harness AD
ELE
703
Lamp cable conduit
705
710
Relay case cover
DEK
Mounting plate for terminal block
711
712
CRP
Order Nos.
Q’ty/unit
SHA7850
ELEJ031
1
1
CRPJ014
1
DEKA014
DZTA006
1
1
Current leakage safety device 240 EJS
Neutral indication label ELE
EJSJ022
ELEK068
1
1
713
714
Power supply cord ELE
Nylon clamp HP-4N (NK-4N)
ELEJ006
7287909
1
1
715
Nylon clamp HP-6N (NK-6N)
5164702
1
717
Conduit 90-2 CCP
CCPJ028
1
721
722
Cross recessed bind machine screw M3.5X6
Cross recessed round-head N-tapping screw 4X12
SAC6564
6347801
730
731
Transformer
EJX
Transformer cover EJS
EJXJ021
EJSA021
1
1
732
733
Connecting cord 1
DEM
Conduit R92-250 EJS
DEMJ009
EJSJ016
1
1
DZT
SERVICING PARTS LIST
Remote controller and Attached set WH42, LWH42, WH56, LWH56
Optional Accessories
Remote controller
(RC-7508M)
751
787
788
786
752
Attached set
803
804
805
<Special part>
Special part
Special part no.
Owner's Guide
888
installation manual
889
41
42
SERVICING PARTS LIST
Remote controller and Attached set WH42, LWH42, WH56, LWH56
Part Nos.
Part Names
Order Nos.
Q'ty/unit
1
1
751
752
RC-7508M Body AD(SE) QPA
M Dressed frame body AD(SE)
QPA
QPAJ013
QPAA013
786
787
Oar plug 6X25
Cross recessed flat-head screw M4X35
6339000
SHB6879
788
Cross recessed flat-head wood screw (All screw)4.1X20
SHC6365
800
803
GQ3211WZFF2AD packing set V
Cross recessed round-head type 1 tapping screw 5X35
SKA7265
SAC6208
1
804
Crescent clamp 18.5
1230701
1
805
888
Drain hose ID17XT1.5 AHE
Owner's Guide GQ-3211WZ-2AD
AHED061
SAR8227
1
1
889
Installation Manual GQ-3211WZ-FF-2AD
SAR8286
1
SPECIFICATIONS
43
Specifications
Specification
Item
Model Name
Type
WH42
Installation
Air Supply/Exhaust
Ignition
Minimum Pressure for Maximum flow
Minimum Flow Rate
Dimensions
Weight
Water Holding Capacity
Connection Sizes
Water Inlet
Power Supply
Materials
Hot Water Outlet
Gas Inlet
Supply
Consumption
Casing
Flue Collar
Heat Exchanger
LWH42
Internal, Wall Hanging
Power Flue
Direct Ignition
2.0 bar
2.5 L/min.
61.5 cm(Height) x 46.4 cm(Width) x 24 cm(Depth)
29 kg
1.1 Litre
3/4"
3/4"
3/4"
230V AC (50Hz)
85W
89W
Freeze Prevention 115W
Zincified Steel Plate/Polyester Coating
Stainless Steel
Copper Sheeting, Copper Tubing
Safety Devices
Flame Rod, Thermal Fuse, Pressure Relief Valve,
Lightning Protection Device (ZNR),
Electric Leakage Prevention Device, Overheat
Prevention Device, Freezing Prevention Device,
Fan Rotation Detector
Accessories
Remote Controller, Anchoring Screws
Performance
Item
Gas
Consumption (NET)
Hot Water Capacity
Capacity Range
Temperature Settings
12H
13P
25°C Rise
58°C Rise
Maximum Performance
Minimum Performance
49.0 kW
49.0 kW
5.0 kW
5.0 kW
24 L/min.
10 L/min.
2.5 - 24 L/min.
37 - 48, 50, 55, 60, 65, 70, 75, 80°C
44
SPECIFICATIONS
Specifications
Specification
Item
Model Name
Type
WH56
Installation
Air Supply/Exhaust
Ignition
Minimum Pressure for Maximum flow
Minimum Flow Rate
Dimensions
Weight
Water Holding Capacity
Connection Sizes
Water Inlet
Power Supply
Materials
Hot Water Outlet
Gas Inlet
Supply
Consumption
Casing
Flue Collar
Heat Exchanger
LWH56
Internal, Wall Hanging
Power Flue
Direct Ignition
2.0 bar
2.5 L/min.
61.5 cm(Height) x 46.4 cm(Width) x 24 cm(Depth)
29 kg
1.1 Litre
3/4"
3/4"
3/4"
230V AC (50Hz)
112W
120W
Freeze Prevention 115W
Zincified Steel Plate/Polyester Coating
Stainless Steel
Copper Sheeting, Copper Tubing
Safety Devices
Flame Rod, Thermal Fuse, Pressure Relief Valve,
Lightning Protection Device (ZNR),
Electric Leakage Prevention Device, Overheat
Prevention Device, Freezing Prevention Device,
Fan Rotation Detector
Accessories
Remote Controller, Anchoring Screws
Performance
Item
Gas
Consumption (NET)
Hot Water Capacity
Capacity Range
Temperature Settings
12H
13P
25°C Rise
58°C Rise
Maximum Performance
Minimum Performance
62.3 kW
62.3 kW
5.0 kW
5.0 kW
32 L/min.
13 L/min.
2.5 - 32 L/min.
37 - 48, 50, 55, 60, 65, 70, 75, 80°C
45
46
47
Baxi Commercial Division
Wood Lane, Erdington,
Birmingham B24 9QP
Email: [email protected]
www.andrewswaterheaters.co.uk
Sales:
0845 070 1056
Technical:
0845 070 1057
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