Dodge 2007 Ram 3500 Automobile User Manual

FOR YOUR SAFETY
If you smell gas:
1. Open windows.
2. DO NOT try to light any appliance.
3. DO NOT use electrical switches.
4. DO NOT use any telephone in
your building.
5. Leave the building.
6. Immediately call your local gas
supplier after leaving the building.
Follow the gas supplier’s
instructions.
7. If you cannot reach your gas
supplier, call the Fire Department.
WARNING
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Caribe
Gas-Fired, Low-Intensity
Infrared Heaters for
Residential Garages and
Light Industrial/Commercial
Applications
CGTH-30
CGTH-40
CGTH-50
Fire Hazard
Do not store or use gasoline or other
flammable vapors and liquids in the
vicinity of this or any other appliance.
Some objects will catch fire or explode
when placed close to heater.
Failure to follow these instructions can
result in death, injury or property
damage.
Use and
Care Manual
WARNING
Improper installation, adjustment, alteration, service
or maintenance can result in death, injury or property
damage. Read the Installation, Operation and Service
Manual thoroughly before installing or servicing
this equipment.
Installation must be done by a contractor qualified
in the installation and service of gas-fired heating
equipment or your gas supplier.
Installer
Please take the time to read and understand
these instructions prior to any installation.
Installer must give a copy of this manual to the owner.
Owner
Keep this manual in a safe place in order to provide
your serviceman with necessary information.
Roberts-Gordon, LLC
1250 William Street
P.O. Box 44
Buffalo, New York 14240-0044
Telephone: 716.852.4400
Fax: 716.852.0854
Toll Free: 800.828.7450
Quality in Any Language™
© Copyright 2007 Roberts-Gordon
www.rg-inc.com
P/N 180101NA Rev. B 1/07
TABLE OF CONTENTS
SECTION 1: Before You Begin ............................................... 1
1.1 Read This Manual ........................................................ 1
1.2 Questions, Comments or Suggestions......................... 1
SECTION 2: Heater Safety...................................................... 2
SECTION 3: Introduction........................................................ 3
3.1 About Roberts-Gordon ................................................ 3
3.2 About the Heater.......................................................... 3
3.3 Unpacking the Heater .................................................. 3
3.4 Components Identification ........................................... 4
3.5 Where Can the Heater Be Installed? ........................... 5
3.6 Where Can't the Heater Be Installed?.......................... 5
3.7 Installer's Responsibility .............................................. 5
SECTION 4: Before Using The Heater ................................... 6
4.1 System Requirements.................................................. 6
4.2 Gas Service Requirements:......................................... 6
4.3 Electrical Service Requirements.................................. 6
4.4 Venting Requirements.................................................. 7
4.5 Non-Residential Installations ....................................... 7
4.6 Heater Location ........................................................... 8
SECTION 5: Using The Heater ............................................... 9
5.1 Required Safe Distances from Combustibles............... 9
5.2 Protective Grille.......................................................... 13
5.3 Rear Movable Hanger Limits ..................................... 14
5.4 Operating Instructions................................................ 15
5.5 To Turn Off Gas To Heater ......................................... 15
5.6 Sequence of Operation.............................................. 16
5.7 Venting....................................................................... 16
SECTION 6: Caring For The Heater ..................................... 18
6.1 Annual Inspection ...................................................... 18
6.2 Monthly Inspection..................................................... 18
6.3 Maintenance Checklist............................................... 18
6.4 Basic Heater Care...................................................... 19
6.5 Replacement Parts .................................................... 19
SECTION 7: The ROBERTS GORDON® CARIBE® LIMITED
Warranty............................................................. 21
© 2007 Roberts-Gordon, LLC
All rights reserved. No part of this work covered by the copyrights herein may be reproduced
or copied in any form or by any means - graphic, electronic, or mechanical, including
photocopying, recording, taping or information storage and retrieval systems - without the
written permission of Roberts-Gordon, LLC.
Printed in the U.S.A.
TABLE OF FIGURES
Figure 1: Components Identification ......................................... 4
Figure 2: Balanced Flue............................................................ 7
Figure 3: Thermostat Tag ......................................................... 9
Figure 4: Horizontal Installation............................................... 10
Figure 5: 45° Tilted Installation................................................ 10
Figure 6: Vent Terminal Clearances ........................................ 11
Figure 7: Reflector and Grille .................................................. 13
Figure 8: Typical Installation.................................................... 14
Figure 9: Horizontal Venting Through The Wall ...................... 16
Figure 10: Horizontal Venting With An Elbow ......................... 17
Figure 11: Roof Venting .......................................................... 17
SECTION 1: BEFORE YOU BEGIN
SECTION 1: BEFORE YOU BEGIN
Thank you for purchasing a ROBERTS GORDON
heating product. We are pleased you have chosen
the CGTH Series overhead tube heater. In addition to
the quality you receive from our company, you also
receive over 30 years of infrared heating experience.
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For years of trouble-free operation from your heater,
carefully read this Use & Care Manual. This Manual
contains valuable information to help you use the
heater safely and properly.
Keep this manual in a safe place in case you have
any questions or require service in the future. Also,
since proof of purchase is required to obtain warranty
coverage, keep the original sales receipt in a safe
place. Remember to record the model and serial
numbers of your heater below. Model and serial numbers are found on the rating tag affixed to the heater.
See Page 10 for rating tag location.
To obtain warranty service, please complete and mail
the Owner Warranty Registration Card found on the
last page of this manual. In addition to activating your
warranty, registering your heater enables us to contact you with safety and product updates.
Model Number:
Serial Number:
Fuel:
Installation Date:
Installed By:
Company
Purchased From (if different from installer):
Company
Name
Name
Address
Address
Phine
Phone
Fax
Fax
E-mail
E-mail
1.1 Read This Manual
1.2 Questions, Comments or Suggestions
Read this manual carefully before installing or servic- Please direct any questions, comments or suggesing this equipment. Improper installation, servicing or tions to:
Roberts-Gordon, LLC
maintenance can result in death, injury or property
1250 William Street
damage. Check the required safe distances from
P.O. Box 44
combustibles given on the outside of each burner to
Buffalo, New York 14240-0044
make sure that the product is suitable for your appliTelephone: 716.852.4400
cation. The required safe distances from combustiFax: 716.852.0854
bles are also found on Pages 9 and 10 of this
Toll Free: 800.828.7450
manual. Installer must be a contractor qualified in the
installation and service of gas-fired heating equipment. After the installation is complete, check product
operation as provided in these instructions.
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SECTION 2: HEATER SAFETY
Your Safety is Important to Us!
This symbol is used throughout
the manual to notify you of possible fire, electrical or burn hazards.
Please pay special attention when
reading and following the warnings in these sections.
Installation, Service and Annual Inspection of heater
must be done by a contractor qualified in the installation and service of gas-fired heating equipment.
WARNING
Read this manual carefully before using the heater.
Plug the heater into a grounded three-prong ceiling
outlet.
Do not install or service any part of the heater.
Installation must be done by a contractor qualified in
the installation and service of gas-fired heating
equipment or your gas supplier.
Installer must exhaust heater outside.
Keep all persons, especially children, away from the
heater.
Keep the heater out of the weather. The heater is for
indoor areas such as residential garages, workshops,
hobby greenhouses, small warehouses, service
centers or lobbies. Do not use the heater in living or
sleeping areas such as a bedroom or basement.
CAUTION
Do not use heater in an area containing corrosive
chemicals.
Avoid the use of corrosive chemicals to ensure a
longer life of the burner, tubing and other parts.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in
property damage.
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SECTION 3: INTRODUCTION
SECTION 3: INTRODUCTION
3.1 About Roberts-Gordon
lifted from the carton at the same time. The burner
should be lifted by gripping the bottom. The reflector
of the heater should be lifted using the hanger.
Roberts-Gordon pioneered low-intensity infrared
heating systems in 1962 with the introduction of its
3.3.2 Safety
revolutionary custom-engineered CORAYVAC system. After more than 40 years of infrared expertise in
commercial and industrial applications, Roberts-Gordon now offers the CGTH-Series heater for use in
residential garages and light industrial/commercial
applications.
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WARNING
3.2 About the Heater
The CGTH-Series is a factory-assembled, gas-fired,
low-intensity heating system that incorporates a balanced flue. The system has been designed for easy
installation and will provide years of economical
operation and trouble-free service. Not only is infrared heat efficient, it also provides the most comfortable conditions in open areas, such as garages.
Gas-Fired means it uses clean-burning natural or LP
gas.
Low-Intensity means that the radiant surface of the
tube does not glow red. Instead, it operates at a
lower temperature (less than 1000°F) and radiates
energy at a lower intensity per square foot of radiating surface. The lower temperature and intensity levels are within a range that is most effective in
establishing and maintaining personal comfort levels.
An aluminum reflector directs the radiant energy
downward to the occupied area.
Cut Hazard
Wear protective gloves when handling aluminum
reflectors.
Edges are sharp.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in injury.
Thin sheet metal parts, such as the reflector portion
of the heater and the various venting components,
have sharp edges. To prevent injury, the use of work
gloves is recommended. The use of gloves will also
prevent the transfer of body oils from the hands to the
surface of the reflector.
Balanced Flue means that the burner draws combustion air from outdoors and exhausts the products
of combustion, also to the outdoors, through a shared
opening. This is accomplished through two concentric tubes.
Radiant refers to the energy radiated by the CGTHSeries heater. Because the energy is in the form of
infrared rays, it does not directly heat the air. Instead,
the rays heat objects such as the floor, cars, machines
and people. The warm objects, in turn, heat the air.
These combined features are the key to the exceptional comfort and fuel efficiency provided by the
CGTH-Series heater.
3.3 Unpacking the Heater
3.3.1 Manpower Requirements
To prevent personal injury and damage to the heater,
two persons will be required to remove the heater
from the carton. Both ends of the heater should be
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3.4 Components Identification
FIGURE 1: Components Identification
Nipple 3/8'' NPT
Vent Collar
Thermostat
Connection
Wall Termination Plate
Venting
Power
Cord
Burner
Gas Line
Front Fixed Hanger
Reflector
Manual Gas
Shut-off Valve
Service Door
Heat Exchanger
Rear Movable
Hanger
CGTH-Series by
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This thermostat controls your overhead tube heater. Keep burner, control compartment and reflector clean. Read
your CGTH-Series Use and Care Manual (P/N 180101NA or GH80101NA) and follow all Safety Requirements which
include checking your heater monthly. Installation, Service and Annual Inspection must be done by a contractor
qualified in the installation and service of gas-fired heating equipment. Please call (716) 852-4400 (USA) or (905)
945-5403 (Canada) if you need a manual or have questions.
Ce thermostat commande votre radiateur. Gardez le module de contrôle et le reflécteur propres. Lisez le manuel
d’utilisation et d’entretien CGTH-Series (P/N 180101NA ou GH80101NA) et respectez tous les conseils de sécurité,
notamment le contrôle mensuel du radiateur. L’installation, l'entretien et l’inspection annuelle doivent être effectués
par un agent agréé. Veuillez nous contactez au 716-852-4400 (USA) ou au 905-945-5403 (Canada) pour toutes
questions ou demandes de manuel.
WARNING
ATTENTION
MOUNT
THERMOSTAT
HERE
Fire Hazard
Risque d'incendie
Some objects will catch fire or
explode when placed close to
heater.
Certains objets placés près du
radiateur peuvent s'enflammer ou
exploser.
MONTER LE
THERMOSTAT ICI
Keep all flammable objects,
liquids and vapors the required
safe distances away from heater.
Keep children, clothing and
furniture away from the heater.
Tenir tous les objets, iquides et
vapeurs inflammables à la
distance de sécurité requise du
radiateur.
Surveiffer les enfants. Gardes les
vêtements, les meubles loin de
l'appareil.
Failure to follow these
instructions will result in death,
injury or property damage.
Le non-respect de ces consignes
peut causer dommage au matériel.
Required Safe Distances from Combustibles
Distances de Dégagement par Rapport aux Combustibles
Horizontal Mount
Montage Horizontal
24" Min. (61 cm)
Protective Grill
A
Rating Tag
Éttiquette de
Classement
Front Fixed Hanger - Provides rigid support and
mounting surface for the reflector. Holes are provided
in the upper corners of the bulkhead to accommodate suspension hardware required for installation of
the heater.
C
F
B
A
4
4
4
B
16
18
20
Modèle
CGTH-30
CGTH-40
CGTH-50
A B C D E F
11 41 92 72 87 16
11 46 122 77 87 16
11 51 122 82 92 16
NOTES: 1. All dimensions are from the reflector.
2. Black numerals are in inches. Orange numerals are in
centimeters.
3. Know your model number. Model number is found on the
rating tag. (See horizontal mount drawing for location of
rating tag).
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Burner - Contains the electrical components (i.e.
blower motor, power transformer, etc.) and gas distribution components (i.e. gas valve, etc.) that make
the heater work. There are no owner serviceable
items contained in this box.
B
Model
CGTH-30
CGTH-40
CGTH-50
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C D E
36 28 34
48 30 34
48 32 36
F
6
6
6
45° Mount
Montage à 45°
A
24" Min. (61 cm)
D
A
Approx. 45 °
F
E
NOTES: 1. Toutes les dimensions sont mesurées à partir du réflecteur.
2. Les chiffres noirs sont en pouces. Les chiffres oranges
sont en centimètres.
3. Vous devrez connaître le numéro de votre modèle. Il se
trouve sur l’étiquette de classement. (Voir le dessin du
montage horizontal pour l’emplacement de l’étiquette de
classement).
Printed in U.S.A./Imprimé aux Etats-Unis
P/N 91037903
Rev F
and gas distribution components.
Gas Line - Must only be installed and serviced by a
licensed contractor or gas fitter.
Wall Termination Plate - Placed on the outside wall
over the venting.
Venting - Installer must properly exhaust the heater
outside. The 5” outer duct carries fresh air to the
burner. The 3” inner duct carries the products of combustion to the outside.
Thermostat - 24 Volt Thermostat mounted with
Reflector - The reflector is made from formed alumiSafety Tag.
num and reflects the radiant energy downward, bathProtective Grille - Included with select models. See
ing people and objects below.
Page 13, Section 5.2 for details.
Heat Exchanger - A U-shaped tube through which
Vent Collar - Accommodates a 5" (125 mm) diamethe heated products of combustion pass.
ter combustion air inlet duct that delivers fresh air to
Rear Movable Hanger - Provides support for the tube
the burner. The fresh air enters the burner through
and reflector at the end that is furthest from the burner.
the twelve equally spaced holes shown above. The
The support may be moved (within limits) to accom3" (80 mm) diameter hole in the center of the flue colmodate hanging of the unit.
lar accommodates the venting duct that carries the
Service Door - To be removed only by a contractor
products of combustion to be vented outdoors.
qualified in the installation and service of gas-fired
Nipple-3/8" (10 mm) NPT - Point at which the gas
heating equipment or your gas supplier. Removal of
supply is connected to the heater.
this service door provides access to the electrical
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SECTION 3: INTRODUCTION
Thermostat Connection - Two terminals to which
the thermostat wires will be connected.
Power Cord - Includes a three-prong plug that must
be connected to a dedicated and properly grounded
three-prong ceiling outlet.
3.5 Where Can the Heater Be Installed?
The CGTH-Series heater is intended for installation
in the following areas:
• Residential applications, such as:
- garages
- hobby greenhouses
- workshops
aspects of the installation are unclear, consult your
ROBERTS GORDON independent distributor for
clarification. The installer must furnish all needed
materials that are not furnished as standard equipment. It is also the installer's responsibility to see that
the materials and installation methods used result in
a job that is workmanlike in appearance and is in
compliance with the requirements of this manual.
The installer must give this manual and the Installation, Operation and Service Manual to the owner.
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• Light industrial/commercial applications, such
as:
- entranceways
- lobby areas
- lunch rooms
- aircraft hangars (See Page 7, Section 4.5.1
for restrictions)
- public garages (See Page 7, Section 4.5.2
for restrictions)
3.6 Where Can't the Heater Be Installed?
The CGTH-Series heater is not intended for installation in the following areas:
• Residential living or sleeping areas
• Basements
Due to high temperatures, ensure that the heater
area is kept clear of furniture, draperies, clothing
or other combustible materials. Children and
adults should be alerted to the hazard of high
surface temperatures and should stay away to
avoid burns and clothing ignition. Young children
should be carefully supervised when they are in
the same room as the heater.
3.7 Installer's Responsibility
The CGTH-Series heater, the gas and electrical supplies, as well as the venting, must be installed in
accordance with applicable specifications and codes.
Only firms (or individuals) well qualified in this type of
work should install the system. Consult local Building
Inspectors, Fire Marshals or your local ROBERTS
GORDON independent distributor for guidance.
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Use the information given in this manual together
with the cited codes and regulations to perform the
installation. The heater must be installed in accordance with the Minimum Required Safe Distance
from Combustibles and must bevented outside. If any
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SECTION 4: BEFORE USING THE HEATER
The following information is included in the Installation Manual and applies to the installer at the time of
installation. The warnings are included on the product. Because your safety is important to us, we
include these warnings for your information. If you
find your heater is not installed according to these
warnings and codes, immediately contact the
installer.
for checking system gas pressure.
4.2.3 Meter and Service
4.1 System Requirements
Meter and service must be large enough to handle all
the heaters being installed plus any other connected
load. The gas line which feeds the system must be large
enough to supply the required gas with a maximum
pressure drop of 1/2" wc When gas piping is not
included in the layout drawing, the local gas supplier will
usually help in planning the gas piping.
This section provides the following information:
4.3 Electrical Service Requirements
• Defines the gas, electric and venting requirements
for the CGTH-Series heater.
WARNING
Electrical Shock Hazard
Plug heater into grounded threeprong ceiling receptacle.
• Specifies the national standards and applicable
codes that apply to the gas, electric and venting
requirements.
Do not cut or remove the grounding
prong from this plug.
• Specifies the national standards and applicable
codes that apply to non-residential installations.
Do not use with an extension cord.
Failure to follow these instructions
can result in death or electrical
shock.
4.2 Gas Service Requirements:
Inlet Connection: 3/8" Male NPT
Inlet Pressure
Natural Gas:
Minimum 5.0" wc
Maximum 14.0" wc
LP Gas (Propane): Minmum 11.0" wc
Maximum 14.0" wc
Manifold Pressure
Natural Gas:
3.5" wc
LP Gas (Propane): 10.5" wc
The CGTH-Series heater requires a grounded threeprong electrical outlet to be installed within 18" of the
rear surface of the heater’s burner box. It is recommended that the outlet for the heater be ceilingmounted and should be on a dedicated circuit. DO
NOT use an electrical extension cord to operate the
heater.
Heater Rating: 120 VAC, 60 Hz, 1 Ø, 1 A
4.2.1 Gas Type
4.3.1 Grounding
The type of gas appearing on the nameplate must be
the type of gas used. Installation must comply with local
codes and recommendations of the local gas company.
United States: Refer to National Fuel Gas Code, ANSI
Z223.1 - latest revision (same as NFPA 54). Canada:
Refer to CSA B149.1 Natural Gas ans Propane Installation Code.
The heater must be electrically grounded in accordance
with the following codes: United States: Refer to National
Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA-70 - latest revision. Wiring
must conform to the most current National Electrical
Code and local ordinances. Canada: Refer to Canadian
Electrical Code, CSA C22.1 Part 1 - latest revision.
4.2.2 Gas Supply Lines
It is important to note that the CGTH-Series heater is
controlled by a low voltage (24V AC) thermostat supplied with the heater. The control transformer located
inside the burner supplies the necessary electrical
power to operate the thermostat. No other electrical
power to the thermostat is required.
The size of the gas supply lines must comply with local
codes and recommendations of the local gas company.
United States: Refer to National Fuel Gas Code, ANSI
Z223.1 - latest revision (same as NFPA 54). Canada:
Refer to CSA B149.1 Natural Gas ans Propane Installation Code.
A 1/8" NPT plugged tap must be installed in the gas line
connection immediately upstream of the burner that is
farthest from the gas supply meter. The tap is required
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4.3.2 Thermostat
SECTION 4: BEFORE USING THE HEATER
4.4 Venting Requirements
The CGTH-Series heater must be installed with the
venting system supplied or with the optional venting
kit available from Roberts-Gordon. DO NOT connect
this heater to a separate chimney, and do not common vent with any other fuel burning appliance.
The CGTH-Series heater employs a balanced flue/air
venting duct system and must conform to the following length requirements:
Maximum Length: 10' (3 m)
Minimum Length: 2' - 6" (.76 m)
Maximum Elbows:Two with natural gas units,
one with propane gas units
4.4.1 Venting Codes
WARNING
Carbon Monoxide Hazard
Heater must be exhausted outside.
Use materials supplied.
This heater needs fresh air for safe
operation and must be installed so
there are provisions for adequate
combustion and ventilation air.
Failure to follow these instructions
can result in death or injury.
The location, size, installation and termination of
vents, as well as the required safe distances from
combustibles when penetrating combustible walls,
must comply with local codes and recommendations
of the local gas company. United States: Refer to
National Fuel Gas Code, ANSI Z223.1 - latest revision (same as NFPA 54). Canada: Refer to CSA
B149.1 Natural Gas ans Propane Installation Code.
4.4.2 Balanced Flue Construction
FIGURE 2: Balanced Flue
Outside Air
Exterior Wall
Exhaust
Exhaust
Outside Air
4.5 Non-Residential Installations
4.5.1 Aircraft Hangars
The CGTH-Series heater may be used in certain areas
of aircraft hangars. Installation in aircraft hangars must
be in accordance with the following codes: United
States: Refer to Standard for Aircraft Hangars, ANSI/
NFPA-409 - latest revision. Canada: Refer to Standard
CSA B149.1 Natural Gas ans Propane Installation
Code.
• Heaters in aircraft storage or service areas must be
installed a minimum of 10' (3 m) above the upper
surface of wings or engine enclosures of the highest
aircraft which may be housed in the hangar. (This
should be measured from the bottom of the heater
to the top of the wing, or engine enclosure, whichever is highest from the floor).
• In other sections of aircraft hangars, such as shops
or offices, heaters must be installed a minimum of 8'
(2.4 m) above the floor.
• Heaters installed in aircraft hangars shall be located
so as not to be subject to damage by aircraft,
cranes, movable scaffolding or other objects.
• When installed over hoists, the required safe distances from combustibles must be maintained from
the uppermost point of the combustible materials
placed on the hoist.
The balanced flue consists of a 3" (8 cm) diameter
flue which is concentrically positioned inside a 5"
(12.5 cm) diameter vent pipe (See Figure 2). The 5"
(12.5 cm) diameter vent supplies outside air for com- 4.5.2 Public Garages
bustion while the 3" (8 cm) diameter flue carries the The CGTH-Series heater may be used in public
products of combustion from the heater.
garages. Installation in public garages must be in accorThe balanced flue is applicable for both horizontal
dance with the following codes: United States: Standard
and vertical venting arrangements. Vertical venting
for Parking Structures NFPA-88A - latest revision or the
will require the optional roof venting kit available from Code for Motor Fuel Dispensing Facilities and Repair
Roberts-Gordon.
Garages, NFPA-30A - latest revision. Canada: Refer to
CSA B149.1 Natural Gas ans Propane Installation
Code.
• Heaters must be installed a minimum of 8' (2.4 m)
above the floor. Required safe distances to combus7
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tibles must be maintained from vehicles parked
below the heater.
• When installed over hoists, the required safe distances from combustibles must be maintained from
the uppermost point of the combustible materials
placed on the hoist.
4.5.3 Hazardous Locations
Where there is the possibility of exposure to combustible airborne material or vapor, consult the local Fire
Marshal, the Fire Insurance Carrier or other authorities for approval of the proposed installation.
4.6 Heater Location
It is the Installer’s Responsibility to choose a suitable
mounting location for the heater. The Installer must
follow the guidelines below as stated in the Installation Manual. Before using your heater, check the
location. If the location does not follow these guidelines, do not use the heater. Immediately contact
your installer.
• The heater must meet the minimum mounting
height requirement of 7' (2.1 m) above the floor. For
aircraft hangars and public garages, the heater must
meet the minimum mounting height requirement of
8' (2.4 m) above the floor.
• The proposed mounting location allows for the
required safe distances from combustibles such as
vehicles, wood, gasoline and flammable objects, liquids and vapors.
• The proposed location of the heater will not restrict
motion of passageway doors or windows.
• The proposed location will not interfere with operation of the overhead garage door, or allow the door
to enter the required safe distances from combustibles.
• The proposed location will provide the best coverage of the total area to be heated.
• Consideration be given to the types of vehicles that
will be parked in the garage (cars, vans, boats, RV's,
etc.).
• The proposed location will allow for the required safe
distances from combustibles with respect to the
vehicles parked in the garage.
• The proposed location will allow the required utilities
(i.e.: gas and electric) and venting to be installed
(maximum vent length is 10' [3 m]).
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• Sufficient clearances will exist to allow for easy
access to the service door.
• Overhead structural members (rafters, beams, etc.)
are accessible for attaching the heater.
SECTION 5: USING THE HEATER
SECTION 5: USING THE HEATER
5.1 Required Safe Distances from Combustibles
Once your heater is installed by a licensed contractor, you must remember to maintain the required safe
distances from combustibles at all times. Combustibles are materials which may catch fire and include
many common items such as your vehicle, wood and
wood shavings, paper, rubber, fabrics, etc. Don’t forget these materials could be in the form of liquids
and vapors or may be airborne.
WARNING
Fire Hazard
Burn Hazard
Some objects will catch fire Keep all persons,
especially children, away
Combustible materials such as those noted, and any or explode when placed
close to heater.
from heater.
other combustible materials, must not be placed
Keep all flammable objects, Do not touch any part of
closer to any base or side of the CGTH-Series heater liquids and vapors the
the heater.
required safe distances to
than the distances noted in the diagrams on the folHeater is very hot.
combustibles away from
lowing page. If you have any questions about the
heater.
Failure to follow these
required safe distances from combustibles, or the
instructions can result in
Failure to follow these
associated diagrams, please contact your installer,
instructions can result in death, injury or property
damage.
death, injury or property
ROBERTS GORDON independent distributor, or
damage.
Roberts-Gordon at 716.852.4400 or 1.800.828.7450
during normal business hours which are Monday
through Friday, 8:15 a.m. to 4:45 p.m., Eastern Time. The warnings on this page appear on the heater and
are also on the thermostat tag to serve as a constant
For owner safety, a thermostat tag is supplied with
reminder to maintain the required safe distances from
the CGTH-Series as a permanent reminder of the
combustibles at all times. If you do not have either
importance of maintaining the required safe disthe label on your heater or the thermostat tag, immetances from combustibles. Instructions for installing
the tag are located in the Installation, Operation and diately call your installer or Roberts-Gordon for
Service manual. Immediately contact your ROBERTS replacement.
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GORDON independent distributor or Roberts-Gordon if the tag is missing.
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It is important to keep the required safe distances
from combustibles at all times. Clearances from vehicles parked beneath heaters must be maintained.
The thermostat tag (included with the heater) must
be posted to identify any possible violation of the
clearance distances from the heater in vehicle areas.
Maximum allowable stacking height in storage areas
should be identified with signs or appropriate markings. See Page 10, Figure 4 and Figure 5 for the
required safe distances from combustibles.
FIGURE 3: Thermostat Tag
CGTH-Series by
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This thermostat controls your overhead tube heater. Keep burner, control compartment and reflector clean. Read
your CGTH-Series Use and Care Manual (P/N 180101NA or GH80101NA) and follow all Safety Requirements which
include checking your heater monthly. Installation, Service and Annual Inspection must be done by a contractor
qualified in the installation and service of gas-fired heating equipment. Please call (716) 852-4400 (USA) or (905)
945-5403 (Canada) if you need a manual or have questions.
Ce thermostat commande votre radiateur. Gardez le module de contrôle et le reflécteur propres. Lisez le manuel
d’utilisation et d’entretien CGTH-Series (P/N 180101NA ou GH80101NA) et respectez tous les conseils de sécurité,
notamment le contrôle mensuel du radiateur. L’installation, l'entretien et l’inspection annuelle doivent être effectués
par un agent agréé. Veuillez nous contactez au 716-852-4400 (USA) ou au 905-945-5403 (Canada) pour toutes
questions ou demandes de manuel.
WARNING
ATTENTION
MOUNT
THERMOSTAT
HERE
Fire Hazard
Risque d'incendie
Some objects will catch fire or
explode when placed close to
heater.
Certains objets placés près du
radiateur peuvent s'enflammer ou
exploser.
MONTER LE
THERMOSTAT ICI
Keep all flammable objects,
liquids and vapors the required
safe distances away from heater.
Keep children, clothing and
furniture away from the heater.
Tenir tous les objets, iquides et
vapeurs inflammables à la
distance de sécurité requise du
radiateur.
Surveiffer les enfants. Gardes les
vêtements, les meubles loin de
l'appareil.
Failure to follow these
instructions will result in death,
injury or property damage.
Le non-respect de ces consignes
peut causer dommage au matériel.
Required Safe Distances from Combustibles
Distances de Dégagement par Rapport aux Combustibles
Horizontal Mount
Montage Horizontal
24" Min. (61 cm)
A
Rating Tag
Éttiquette de
Classement
B
C
F
B
Model
CGTH-30
CGTH-40
CGTH-50
A
4
4
4
B
16
18
20
Modèle
CGTH-30
CGTH-40
CGTH-50
A B C D E F
11 41 92 72 87 16
11 46 122 77 87 16
11 51 122 82 92 16
NOTES: 1. All dimensions are from the reflector.
2. Black numerals are in inches. Orange numerals are in
centimeters.
3. Know your model number. Model number is found on the
rating tag. (See horizontal mount drawing for location of
rating tag).
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C D E
36 28 34
48 30 34
48 32 36
F
6
6
6
45° Mount
Montage à 45°
A
24" Min. (61 cm)
D
A
Approx. 45 °
F
E
NOTES: 1. Toutes les dimensions sont mesurées à partir du réflecteur.
2. Les chiffres noirs sont en pouces. Les chiffres oranges
sont en centimètres.
3. Vous devrez connaître le numéro de votre modèle. Il se
trouve sur l’étiquette de classement. (Voir le dessin du
montage horizontal pour l’emplacement de l’étiquette de
classement).
Printed in U.S.A./Imprimé aux Etats-Unis
P/N 91037903
Rev F
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Your heater may be installed in one of three ways: horizontal, 45° tilt left or 45° tilt right. Since the distances
for the tilt installation are the same, the chart only shows one (the 45° tilt left). To determine the minimum
required safe distances for your heater, you must know the mounting type and model number of your heater.
FIGURE 4: Horizontal Installation
24" Min. (60 cm)
A
Rating Tag
B
C
F
B
FIGURE 5: 45° Tilted Installation
24" Min. (60 cm)
A
A
Approx. 45°
D
F
E
Required Safe Distances from Combustibles*
Inches
Metric (cm)
C
D
E
F
A
B
C
D
Model
A
B
E
F
CGTH-30
4
16
36
28
34
6
11
41
92
72
87
16
CGTH-40
4
18
48
30
34
6
11
46
122
77
87
16
CGTH-50
4
20
48
*All dimensions are from the reflector.
32
36
6
11
51
122
82
92
16
NOTE: All dimensions indicate the required safe distances from combustibles, dimension "C" and "E" DO
NOT indicate the required mounting height. The minimum mounting height is 7' (2.1 m), except for aircraft
hangars and public garages. (See Page 7, Sections 4.5.1 and 4.5.2.)
Flue clearances from combustibles are zero. It is not necessary to provide additional clearance on
penetrations through the wall or roof.
Know your model number. Model number is found on the rating tag.
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SECTION 5: USING THE HEATER
FIGURE 6: Vent Terminal Clearances
INSIDE AIL
DET
CORNER
G
V
D
H
A
V
L
E
V
B
B
B
C
FIXED
CLOSED
V
F
B
V
LE
OPERAB
V
V
I
M
X
V
X
V
J
J
B
B
V Vent Terminal
X Air Supply Inlet
Canadian Installations
A
Clearance above
grade, veranda,
porch, deck, or
balcony
B
1
Area Where Terminal Is Not Permitted
US Installations
12" (30 cm)
12" (30 cm)
Clearance to
window or door that
may be open
12"
9"
C
Clearance to
permanently closed
window
12"
12"
D
Vertical clearance to
ventilated soffit
located above the
terminal within a
horizontal distance
of 2' (61 cm) from
the center line of the
terminal.
12"
12"
E
Clearance to
Unventilated soffit
12"
12"
F
Clearance to
Outside Corner
*
*
G Clearance to inside
18"
18"
corner
2
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H
Clearance to each
side of center line
extended above
meter/regulator
assembly
3' (91 cm) within a height 15' (4.5 m) above
the meter/regulator assembly
*
I
Clearance to
service regulator
vent outlet
3' (91 cm)
*
J
Clearance to nonmechanical air
supply inletto
building or the
combustion air inlet
to any other
appliance
12" (30 cm)
9" (23 cm)
K
Clearance to
mechanical air supply inlet
6' (1.83 m)
3' (91 cm) above if within 10' (3 m)
horizontally
L
Clearance above
paved sidewalks or
paved driveway
located on private
property
7' (2.13 m)+
7’ (2.13 m)+
12' (30 cm)**
12" (30 cm)**
Clearance under
M veranda, porch,
deck, or balcony
In accordance with the current CSA B149.1, Natural Gas and Propane Installation Code
In accordance with the current ANSI Z223.1/NFPA 54, National Fuel Gas Code
A vent shall not terminate directly above a sidewalk or paved driveway that is located between two single
family dwellings and serves both dwellings.
** Permitted only if veranda, porch, deck, or balcony is fully open on a minimum of two sides beneath the
floor.
* For clearances not specified in ANSI Z223.1/NFPA 54 or CSA B149.1, one of the following shall be
indicated:
a) A minimum clearance value determined by testing in accordance with section 4.7.3, 6.5.5, 8.5.5; or;
b) A reference to the following footnote:
"Clearance in accordance with local installation codes and the requirements of the gas supplier."
1
2
+
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SECTION 5: USING THE HEATER
5.2 Protective Grille
• Do not touch the heater
WARNING
• Keep all persons, especially children, away
from the heater.
• Use of protective grille (included with select
models) is recommended.
Fire Hazard
Burn Hazard
Some objects will catch
fire or explode when
placed close to heater.
Keep all persons,
especially children, away
from heater.
Keep all flammable
objects, liquids and
vapors the minimum
required clearances to
combustibles away from
heater.
Do not touch any part of
the heater.
Failure to follow these
instructions can result in
death, injury or property
damage.
Heater is very hot.
Failure to follow these
instructions can result in
severe injury.
A protective grille is included with select models of the
CGTH-Series heater. This grille is supplied in sections
and must be installed on the underside of the reflector
prior to operation.
The Model CGTH-30 heater is 8' (2.5 m) long and
requires installation of two protective grille sections and
one grille endcap, while the Models CGTH-40 and
CGTH-50 are 11' 6" (3.5 m) long and require three protective grille sections and one grille endcap.
One grille has a formed end panel and is installed at the
end of the reflector that is furthest from the burner box.
The other grille has an open-end and is installed closest
to the burner box.
To purchase the protective grille for your heater, please
contact your installer.
FIGURE 7: Reflector and Grille
Burner
Front Fixed Hanger
Reflector
First Grille Sections
Final Grille Section
Grille
End Cap
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5.3 Rear Movable Hanger Limits
Figure 8 shows a typical installation of the CGTHSeries heater. The drawing specifies the allowable
range of distance between the front fixed hanger and
the rear movable hanger.
The rear hangar should only be moved if the distance
between both hangers is not within the allowable
range.
FIGURE 8: Typical Installation
1" (3 cm)
Maximum
Minimum
Recommended
for Servicing
X
24"
(61 cm)
Suspension
Points
15"
(38 cm)
Exterior Wall
Burner Box
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Reflector
Minimum Mounting
Height - 7' (2.1 m)*
Vent Terminal
Model
CGTH-30
CGTH-40
CGTH-50
6" (15 cm) Minimum
X Dimension
Minimum
60" (1.5 m)
102" (2.5 m)
102" (2.5 m)
Maximum
72" (1.8 m)
114" (2.9 m)
114" (2.9 m)
(*) For minimum mounting height in aircraft
hangars and public garages, See Page 7,
Sections 4.5.1 and 4.5.2.
SECTION 5: USING THE HEATER
FOR YOUR SAFETY READ BEFORE OPERATING
FOR YOUR SAFETY
If you smell gas:
1. Open windows.
2. DO NOT try to light any appliance.
3. DO NOT use electrical switches.
4. DO NOT use any telephone in
your building.
5. Leave the building.
6. Immediately call your local gas
supplier after leaving the building.
Follow the gas supplier’s
instructions.
7. If you cannot reach your gas
supplier, call the Fire Department.
WARNING
Fire Hazard
Do not store or use gasoline or other
flammable vapors and liquids in the
vicinity of this or any other appliance.
Some objects will catch fire or explode
when placed close to heater.
Failure to follow these instructions can
result in death, injury or property
damage.
5.4 Operating Instructions.
WARNING
Electrical Shock Hazard
Plug heater into grounded threeprong ceiling receptacle.
Do not cut or remove the grounding
prong from this plug.
Do not use with an extension cord.
Failure to follow these instructions
can result in death or electrical
shock.
.
WARNING
Electrical Shock Hazard
Disconnect electrical power before service or
maintenance.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in
death or electrical shock.
STOP! Read the safety information above.
1. Set the thermostat to the lowest setting.
2. Turn off all electric power to the heater.
3. Do not try to light the burner by hand.
4. Turn off the manual gas valve in the heater
supply line.
1. This appliance does not have a pilot. It is
equipped with an ignition device which automatically lights the burner. DO NOT try to light the
burner by hand.
2. BEFORE OPRERATING smell all around the
5. Wait five (5) minutes to clear out any gas. If you
appliance area for gas. Be sure to smell next to
then smell gas, STOP! If you do not smell gas,
the floor because some gas is heavier than air
go to the next step.
and will settle on the floor.
6. Open the manual gas valve in the heater supply
3. Use only your hand to push in or turn the gas
line.
control knob. Never use tools. If the knob will not
push in or turn by hand, don’t try to repair it, call
a qualified service technician. Force or
7. Turn on electric power to the heater.
attempted repair may result in a fire or explo8. Set the thermostat to the desired setting.
sion.
9. If the heater will not operate, See Section 5.5
4. DO NOT use this appliance if any part has been
and call your service technician or gas supplier.
under water. Immediately call a qualified service
5.5 To Turn Off Gas To Heater
technician to inspect the appliance and replace
1. Set the thermostat to the lowest setting.
any part of the control system and any gas control which has been under water.
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2. Turn off all electric power to the heater if service
is to be performed.
3. Turn off the manual gas valve in the heater
supply line.
5.6 Sequence of Operation
1. When the thermostat calls for heat, the blower
motor will energize.
2. When the motor approaches nominal running
speed, the pressure switch closes and activates
the ignition module which in turn initiates the
purge.
3. The ignition module then energizes the spark
igniter.
4. When sparking begins, the gas valve is energized.
5. If a flame is detected, the gas valve remains
open. When the call for heat is satisfied, the system control mechanism de-energizes and the
gas valve is turned off.
6. If no flame is detected, the gas valve is closed,
and a purge period begins. After the purge
period, the ignition module energizes the spark
igniter and the gas valve. If a flame is still not
established, a third and final purge/ignition
sequence is begun. After three failed attempts,
the system control mechanism will lock out for a
period of one hour or until the unit is reset.
7. Reset is accomplished by removing power from
the heater for at least five seconds.
8. With a three-try module, when the flame is
established and then lost on the first or second
trial, the gas valve will automatically turn off. A
purge and trial for ignition will then occur.
5.7 Venting
As mentioned on Page 5, Section 3.7, it is the
Installer’s Responsibility to properly vent (exhaust)
the heater outside. Please make sure your heater is
vented. If it is not vented, do not use the heater.
Immediately call your installer.
Your heater may be vented in one of three ways:
horizontal through the wall, horizontal with an elbow
through the wall or vertical through the roof. You
should know the way your heater is vented. Refer to
the following drawings to determine the type of venting you have. If you are not sure, please contact your
installer.
WARNING
Carbon Monoxide Hazard
Heater must be exhausted outside.
Use materials supplied.
This heater needs fresh air for safe
operation and must be installed so
there are provisions for adequate
combustion and ventilation air.
Failure to follow these instructions
can result in death or injury.
FIGURE 9: Horizontal Venting Through The Wall
Side View
3" (7.6 cm) pipe is
slid through
end of terminal
10' (3 m) max.
2' 6" (76.2 cm) min.
Slope down 1/4"
(.6 cm) per foot
towards vent
terminal
Vent
Terminal
Heater
Bird
Screen
Optional Vent
Extension
16
6" (15.2 cm)
min.
5" (12.5 cm) Air
Supply Pipe
3" (7.6 cm)
Flue Pipe
SECTION 5: USING THE HEATER
FIGURE 10: Horizontal Venting With An Elbow
- Top View Optional Vent
Extension
3" (7.6 cm)
5" (12.5 cm)
Vent
Terminal
3" (7.6 cm)
pipe is slid
through end
of terminal
6" (15.2 cm)
Minimum
Heater
FIGURE 11: Roof Venting
VERTICAL
30" (76.2 cm)
minimum
above roof
Roof
Terminal
90506008
Roof
Storm
Collar
Vent
Clamp
A
90506001
90506003
90506004
90506005
90506012
Burner
B
Use Table 2 to select lengths for A & B
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SECTION 6: CARING FOR THE HEATER
To ensure your safety and years of trouble-free operation of the heater, inspections by both the contractor
and owner are essential.
6.1 Annual Inspection
Before every heating season, a licensed contractor must perform a thorough inspection of the heater. s,
electrical and thermostat connections as well as the venting and suspensions are some of the areas
requiring inspection.
6.2 Monthly Inspection
The owner must visually inspect the heater each month using the checklist on Page 18, Section 6.3. Check
only the itemson this list and follow the instructions given.
6.3 Maintenance Checklist
WARNING
Turn off gas and electrical supplies before performing
service or maintenance.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in
death, injury or property damage.
Installation Code and Annual Inspections:
All installations and service of ROBERTS GORDON
products must be performed by a contractor qualified in
the installation and service of products sold and supplied
by Roberts-Gordon and conform to all requirements set
forth in the ROBERTS GORDON manuals and all
applicable governmental authorities pertaining to the
installation, service and operation of the equipment.
To help facilitate optimum performance and safety,
Roberts-Gordon recommends that a qualified contractor
annually inspect your ROBERTS GORDON products and
perform service where necessary, using only replacement
parts sold and supplied by Roberts-Gordon LLC.
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The Vicinity of the Heater
Vehicles and Other
Objects
Do not store or use flammable objects, liquids or vapors near the heater.
Immediately remove these items if they are present.
Keep the heater clear of clothing, furniture, draperies or other combustible
materials. Children and adults should be alerted to the hazards of high surface temperatures and should stay away to avoid burns and clothing ignition.
Young children should be carefully supervised when they are in the same
room as the heater.
Maintain the clearances to combustibles.
Do not hang anything from, or place anything on, the heater.
Make sure nothing is lodged underneath the reflector, in between the tubes or
in the decorative or protective grilles (included with select models).
Power Cord
Inside Venting
Immediately remove objects in violation of the clearances to combustibles.
There should be no exposed wire on the cord or damage on the plug.
Venting must be intact. Using a flashlight, look for obstructions, cracks on the
pipe, gaps in the sealed areas or corrosion.
The area must be free of dirt and dust.
Outside Air Inlet
Remove any carbon deposits or scale using a wire brush.
Inlet must be intact. Look for obstructions, cracks on the pipe, gaps in the
sealed areas or corrosion.
Tubes
The area must be free of dirt and dust. Clean and reinstall as required.
Make sure there are no cracks.
Gas Line
Contact a licensed contractor for repair.
Contact a licensed contractor for repair.
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SECTION 6: MCARING FOR THE HEATER
Thermostat
There should be no exposed wire or damage to the thermostat.
Safety wall tag must be mounted over thermostat.
Suspension Points
Contact a licensed contractor for repair.
Make sure the heater is hanging securely. Look for signs of wear on the chain
or ceiling.
Contact a licensed contractor for repair.
Protective Grille (included The grille must be securely attached.
in select models)
Contact a licensed contractor for repair.
Bird Screen
Make sure nothing is lodged in the screen. Immediatly remove objects.
The screen must be securely attached. If the screen is loose or off, contract a
licensed contractor for repair.
See Page 16, Figure 9 for location of bird screen.
6.4 Basic Heater Care
• Make sure the heater is off and cool. Dust the
burner, reflector and control compartment off with a
dry cloth. Increase cleaning frequency if the heater
is in an area where excessive dirt, dust or lint material etc. can build up.
• Do not use the heater in an area containing corrosive chemicals.
• Do not install or use the heater outdoors.
• Do not use the heater if any part has been under
water. Immediately call a licensed contractor to
inspect the heater and to replace any part of the
control system which has been under water.
WARNING
Burn Hazard
Do not touch any part of the heater when running.
Heater is very hot.
Heater must be off and cool before cleaning.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in
injury.
• Do not paint any part of the heater.
WARNING
6.5 Replacement Parts
Use only genuine ROBERTS GORDON replacement parts.
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Use of parts not specified by Roberts-Gordon
voids the warranty.
Cut Hazard
Do not touch edges of heater.
Edges are sharp.
Failure to follow these
instructions can result in injury.
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SECTION 7: THE ROBERTS GORDON CARIBE LIMITED WARRANTY
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SECTION 7: THE ROBERTS GORDON CARIBE LIMITED WARRANTY
The ownership of the ROBERTS GORDON CARIBE is
ROBERTS-GORDON WILL PAY FOR:
moved
or transferred. This warranty is nontransferable.
Within 42 months from date of shipment from RobertsGordon, replacement parts will be provided free of
Roberts-Gordon is not permitted to inspect the damaged
charge for any part of the product which fails due to a
controller and/or component parts.
manufacturing or material defect.
READ YOUR INSTALLATION, OPERATION AND
Roberts-Gordon will require the part in question to be
returned to the factory. Roberts-Gordon will, at its sole SERVICE MANUAL
discretion, repair or replace after determining the nature If you have questions about your controller, contact your
of the defect and disposition of part in question.
installing professional. Should you need Replacement
Parts or have additional questions, call or write RobertsROBERTS GORDON Replacement Parts are
Gordon:
warranted for a period of 18 months from date of
shipment from Roberts-Gordon or the remaining
ROBERTS GORDON CARIBE warranty.
U.S.A.
1250 William Street
ROBERTS-GORDON WILL NOT PAY FOR:
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Service trips, service calls and labor charges.
Shipment of replacement parts.
Claims where the total price of the goods have not
been paid.
Damage due to:
• Improper installation, operation or maintenance.
• Misuse, abuse, neglect, or modification of the
ROBERTS GORDON® CARIBE® in any way.
• Use of the ROBERTS GORDON® CARIBE® for other
than its intended purpose.
• Incorrect gas or electrical supply, accident, fire,
floods, acts of God, war, terrorism, or other casualty.
• Improper service, use of replacement parts or
accessories not specified by Roberts-Gordon.
• Failure to install or maintain the ROBERTS GORDON® CARIBE® as directed in the Installation, Operation and Service manual.
• Relocation of the ROBERTS GORDON® CARIBE®
after initial installation.
• The use of the ROBERTS GORDON® CARIBE® in a
corrosive atmosphere containing contaminants.
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the vicinity of a combustible or explosive material.
• Any defect in the ROBERTS GORDON® CARIBE®
arising from a drawing, design, or specification supplied by or on behalf of the consumer.
• Damage incurred during shipment. Claim must be
filed with carrier.
WARRANTY IS VOID IF:
The ROBERTS GORDON® CARIBE® is not installed by an
electrician qualified in the installation and service of
control systems for heating equipment.
You cannot prove original purchase date and required
annual maintenance history.
The data plate and/or serial number are removed,
defaced, modified or altered in any way.
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Roberts-Gordon's liability, and your exclusive remedy,
under this warranty or any implied warranty (including
the implied warranties of merchantability and fitness
for a particular purpose) is limited to providing
replacement parts during the term of this warranty.
Some jurisdictions do not allow limitations on how long an
implied warranty lasts, so this limitation may not apply to
you. There are no rights, warranties or conditions,
expressed or implied, statutory or otherwise, other than
those contained in this warranty.
Roberts-Gordon shall in no event be responsible for
incidental or consequential damages or incur liability
for damages in excess of the amount paid by you for
the ROBERTS GORDON® CARIBE®. Some jurisdictions
do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or
consequential damages, so this limitation or exclusion
may not apply to you. This warranty gives you specific
legal rights, and you may also have other rights which vary
from jurisdiction to jurisdiction.
Roberts-Gordon shall not be responsible for failure to
perform under the terms of this warranty if caused by
circumstances out of its control, including but not limited to
war, fire, flood, strike, government or court orders, acts of
God, terrorism, unavailability of supplies, parts or power.
No person is authorized to assume for Roberts-Gordon
any other warranty, obligation or liability.
LIMITATIONS ON AUTHORITY OF
REPRESENTATIVES:
No representative of Roberts-Gordon, other than an
Executive Officer, has authority to change or extend these
provisions. Changes or extensions shall be binding only if
confirmed in writing by Roberts-Gordon's duly authorized
Executive Officer.
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OWNER WARRANTY REGISTRATION CARD
Mail or Fax to:
Roberts Gordon, LLC •1250 William Street, P.O. Box 44 • Buffalo, NY 14240-0044 • Phone: 716-852-4400 • Fax: 716-852-0854
Toll Free: 800-828-7450 • www.rg-inc.com
About the Owner:
Name:
Address:
City:
State:
Zip Code:
Phone:
Fax:
E-mail:
About the Installer:
Name:
Address:
Phone:
City:
Fax:
Purchased From (if different than installer):
Name:
Address:
Phone:
Fax:
About your Heater:
Model#:
City:
Zip Code:
State:
Zip Code:
E-mail:
Serial #:
Type of Installation (check one):
o Automotive
o Manufacturing
o Public Building
o Office
State:
E-mail:
o Warehouse
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Fuel:
Installation Date:
o Recreational
o Agricultural
o Aircraft
o Other
Installation Code and Annual Inspections: All installations and service of ROBERTS GORDON® products must be performed by a
contractor qualified in the installation and service of products sold and supplied by Roberts-Gordon and conform to all requirements
set forth in the ROBERTS GORDON® manuals and all applicable governmental authorities pertaining to the installation, service and
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