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COUNTERFLOW

WALL FURNACE

INSTALLATION AND

OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS

P/N 78111

REV. 03/05

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MODEL NUMBERS

24 VOLT SYSTEM NATURAL GAS CF353C-H CF503C-H CF653C-H

WITH LOW-BTU

PILOT L.P. GAS CF354C-H CF504C-H CF654C-H

24 VOLT SYSTEM NATURAL GAS CF357C-H CF557C-H

WITH INTERMITTENT

IGNITION (I.I.D.) L.P. GAS CF358C-H CF558C-H

WARNING: If the information in this manual is not followed exactly, a fire or explosion may result causing property damage, personal injury or loss of life.

Do not store or use gasoline or other flammable vapors and

liquids in the vicinity of this or any other appliance.

WHAT TO DO IF YOU SMELL GAS:

Ø

Ø

your building.

-

Follow the gas supplier’s instructions.

INSTALLATION AND SERVICE MUST BE PERFORMED

BY A QUALIFIED INSTALLER, SERVICE AGENCY OR

THE GAS SUPPLIER.

This appliance is equipped with a blocked flue switch designed to protect against improper venting of combustion products.

THIS UNIT IS NOT TO

BE INSTALLED IN

MOBILE HOMES.

WARNING: Operation of this furnace when not connected to a properly installed and maintained venting system can result in Carbon Monoxide (C.O.) poisoning and possible death. For your safety, this furnace and the venting system should be inspected at least annually by a qualified service person.

The coating selected to provide longer life to the heat exchanger may smoke slightly upon initial firing. Please provide adequate ventilation if this occurs.

This unit is not approved for installation in mobile homes, greenhouses, or environments involving dusty, wet, corrosive, or explosive conditions. Such conditions will invalidate the warranty and may create unsafe conditions.

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CONTENTS

Contents……………………………………………........... 2

Introduction…………………………………………. 2

Specifications……………………………………….. 2

Safety Rules………………………………………… 3

Helpful Installation Information……………….........…. 3

Connecting the Vent……………………………....…..… 3,4

Combustion and Ventilation Air...................................... 5

Furnace Location………………………………….....…. 6

Rough-In Instructions…………………………..…..…. 6,7

Installation……………………………………….......….. 8

Controls…………………………………………........….. 9

Pilot Flame Adjustment…………………………......….. 9

Lighting & Re-Lighting Instructions……………….. 10,11

Operation………………………………………….....….

12

Terminal Block Wiring Diagram……………….....…… 13

Manual Reset…………………………………....……..

13

Maintenance Instructions…………………….……… 13

Wiring Diagram……………………………….....…….. 14,15

Side & Rear Discharge Kits……………………...……16,17

Trouble Shooting Chart…………………………..….. 18,19

Repair Parts (break down)………………………..….. 20-24

Repair Parts List…………………………………....…. 21-25

Warranty………………………………………….....….

27

INSTALLER MUST LEAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS WITH THE CONSUMER, HAVE THEM

COMPLETE, AND RETURN THE WARRANTY CARD.

INTRODUCTION

THIS IS A GAS-FIRED, GRAVITY VENTED WALL FURNACE THAT WILL OPERATE SAFELY AND PROVIDE AN

EFFICIENT SOURCE OF HEAT WHEN INSTALLED, OPERATED AND MAINTAINED AS RECOMMENDED IN THESE

INSTALLATION AND OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS. READ THESE INSTRUCTIONS THOROUGHLY BEFORE

INSTALLING, SERVICING, OR USING THE APPLIANCE. IF YOU DO NOT UNDERSTAND ANY PART OF THESE

INSTRUCTIONS CONSULT LOCAL AUTHORITIES, OTHER QUALIFIED INSTALLERS, SERVICE AGENCIES, THE

GAS SUPPLIER, OR THE MANUFACTURER.

COUNTERFLOW WALL FURNACE SPECIFICATIONS

Your counterflow wall furnace is packed in a single carton that also includes thermostat, thermostat wire, and insulated staples.

The thermostat, wire, and staples are packed in the burner compartment and are accessible by removing the burner access door.

While the burner access door is open, check the rating plate to verify that the model number is correct and that the wall furnace is equipped for the type gas you intend to use.

Model Type Type BTU/HR.

Number Control Gas Input

Vent

Size Gas

(Oval) Inlet Finished Dimensions

Blower

Approx.

Shipping

Speed Amps CFM Weight

MODELS WITH LOW-BTU STANDING PILOT

CF353C-H 24 Volt Nat.

35,000

CF354C-H 24 Volt L.P.

35,000

CF503C-H 24 Volt Nat.

50,000

CF504C-H 24 Volt L.P.

50,000

CF653C-H 24 Volt Nat.

65,000

CF654C-H 24 Volt L.P.

65,000

4”

4”

4”

4”

4”

4”

½” 14-5/16”Wx10¼”Dx78-5/8”H 1

½” 14-5/16”Wx10¼”Dx78-5/8”H 1

½” 14-5/16”Wx10¼”Dx81-5/16”H 2

½” 14-5/16”Wx10¼”Dx81-5/16”H 2

½” 14-5/16”Wx10¼”Dx87-5/16”H 2

½” 14-5/16”Wx10¼”Dx87-5/16”H 2

1.95

320

1.95

320

2.25

440

2.25

440

2.25

440

2.25

440

95 Lbs.

95 Lbs.

104 Lbs.

104 Lbs.

107 Lbs.

107 lbs.

MODELS WITH INTERMITTENT IGNITION

CF357C-H 24 Volt Nat.

35,000

CF358C-H 24 Volt L.P.

35,000

CF557C-H 24 Volt Nat.

55,000

CF558C-H 24 Volt L.P.

55,000

4”

4”

4”

4”

½” 14-5/16”Wx10¼”Dx78-5/8” H 1

½” 14-5/16”Wx10¼”Dx78-5/8”H 1

½” 14-5/16”Wx10¼”Dx87-5/16”H 2

½” 14-5/16”Wx10¼”Dx87-5/16”H 2

2.2

2.25

2.5

2.55

320

320

440

440

95 Lbs.

95 Lbs.

107 Lbs.

107 Lbs.

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11.

12.

13.

14.

7.

8.

9.

10.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

1.

SAFETY RULES

Improper installation, adjustment, alteration, service or maintenance can cause property damage, bodily injury or death. If you do not understand these instructions or your local codes, call local authorities, a qualified installer, service agency, gas supplier, or the manufacturer.

Do not install this fan type wall furnace in a recreational vehicle trailer or mobile home.

Do not operate this fan type wall furnace unless it is connected to a properly installed and maintained vent system. Do not exhaust flue gases into the room, wall or attic space for any reason.

Locate the thermostat in a room or space that cannot be separated by a door or other means from the room or space in which the front outlet grill is installed.

Adequate air for combustion and venting must be provided.

If rising water may enter the wall furnace, turn off the gas immediately and disconnect the electric service. Do not use the wall furnace if any part has been under water. Immediately call a qualified service technician to inspect the wall furnace and to replace any part of the control system or any gas control which has been under water.

Have your fan type wall furnace and vent system inspected at least annually by a qualified service agency.

Before cleaning or servicing the wall furnace, turn off the gas and allow it to cool. This will prevent burns.

Due to high temperatures, the furnace should be located out of traffic and away from furniture and draperies.

Children and adults should be alerted to the hazards of high surface temperatures and should stay away to avoid burns or clothing ignition.

Young children should be carefully supervised when they are in the same room as the furnace.

Clothing or other flammable material should not be placed on or near the furnace.

Any safety screen guard or gill removed for servicing must be replaced prior to operating the furnace.

Locate the blocked flue switch and the auxiliary limit switch and push in the reset button. This will reset the switch in case it accidentally opened during shipping.

READ CAREFULLY BEFORE INSTALLING UNIT

These installation instructions are a general guide, and do not supersede applicable local codes and ordinances. Before planning or making the installation, be sure it complies with all phases of the local heating code. Or, in the absence of local codes, the latest edition of the National Fuel Gas Code, ANSI.Z223.1. In Canada, see latest edition of CAN1-B149.

The appliance, when installed must be electrically grounded in accordance with local codes or, in the absence of local codes, the latest edition of the National Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA No. 70. In Canada, see latest edition of CSA C22.1.

The ANSI standards are available from the American Gas Association, 1515 Wilson Blvd., Arlington, Virginia 22209.

The NFPA standards are available from the National Fire Protection Association, Batterymarch Park, Quincy, MA. 02269. Canadian standards are available from International Approval Services, 178 Rexdale Blvd., Etobicoke, Ontario, Canada M9W 1R3.

VENTING

This appliance must be properly connected to a venting system. Consult local ordinances governing venting. Install only UL listed type

BW 4” oval gas vent. When the vent enters the attic, a listed type B-1 round flue pipe may be used. See Figure 1, Page 4.

Vent pipe must connect to the wall furnace or header plate with a “B” vent base plate and terminate with a cap at a point at least 12 ft. above the bottom of the wall furnace and two feet above any obstacle within a 10 foot radius and at least 3 foot above the roof.

Provisions must be made for adequate combustion and ventilation air. This appliance must not be connected to a chimney flue serving a separate solid fuel burning appliance.

All type “B” vents shall extend in a generally vertical direction with offsets not exceeding 45 degrees, except that a vent system having not more than one 60 degree offset may be allowed.

Any angle greater than 45 degrees from the vertical is considered horizontal. The total horizontal run of a vent plus the horizontal vent connector shall be not greater than 75 percent of the vertical height of the vent. Any offsets used should be as far above the drafthood as possible to allow a venting action to begin before any restriction is encountered.

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Ridge

More than 10’

10’

2’ Min.

Height above any roof surface within 10’ horizontally

3’ Min.

VENTING - CONTINUED

Ridge

10’ or

Less

2’ Min.

3’ Min.

Chimney

FIGURE A

This appliance is equipped with a blocked flue switch.

WARNING: Do not bypass the blocked flue switch. To do so could expose the consumer to property damage, personal injury or possible death.

This switch, when activated, will interrupt the electrical circuit between the transformer and the gas valve causing the main burner flame to extinguish. The main burner will not re-light until the blocked flue switch has been manually reset. To reset the switch, after locating it between the bottom of the fan shroud and the top of the draft diverter, simply push the red button on top of the switch. If the homeowner experiences this problem, then the vent system must be checked and corrected.

NOTE: An existing vent that has worked for years may not be adequate for today’s appliances because of higher efficiency requirements that result in lower stack temperatures.

WARNING: Operation of this wall furnace when not connected to a properly installed and maintained venting system or tampering with the blocked flue switch can result in Carbon Monoxide (CO) poisoning and possible death.

(SEE LIST OF POSSIBLE CAUSES AND CORRECTIONS ON PAGE 19).

12’

Min.

3’

Ceiling

Plate

Spacer

Lances

Chimney

2’ Min.

FIG. 1 - VENT INSTALLATION

All type “B” vents shall extend in a generally vertical direction with offsets not exceeding 45 degrees, except that a vent system having not more than one 60 degree offset may be allowed.

Any angle greater than 45 degrees from the vertical is considered horizontal. The total horizontal run of a vent plus the horizontal vent connector shall be not greater than 75 percent of the vertical height of the vent.

Any offsets used should be as far above the drafthood as possible to allow a venting action to begin before any restriction is encountered.

Red

Button

Blocked

Flue

Switch

Draft Diverter

Relief Opening

“CF35” Series Counterflow

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Draft Diverter

Relief Opening

“CF50/55/65” Series Counterflow

Listed

Vent Top

Storm Collar

Roof

Flashing

Oval to round

adapter

Listed “BW”

Vent Pipe

Base Plate

Header

Plate

2x4 Wall

Stud

Red

Button

Blocked

Flue

Switch

COMBUSTION AND VENTILATION AIR

When installed, this gas appliance must be provided with fresh air for combustion, ventilation, and dilution of hot flue gases.

The minimum required volume of the area where the appliance is installed should be 50 cubic feet per 1,000 btu/hr.

If installed in an area of the home that is considered an unconfined space, the natural infiltration of air around windows and doors will be adequate. If the area is considered a confined space (less than 50 cubic feet per 1,000 btu), fresh air can be supplied by providing two permanent openings into adjoining rooms. Each opening shall have a minimum free area of one square inch per

1,000 btu per hour of the total input rating of all gas appliances in the confined space, but not less than 100 square inches. One of the openings shall be within 12 inches of the ceiling and one within 12 inches of the floor. See Figure A.

If the home is of unusually tight construction (new and remodeled homes), free air must be supplied through opening(s) to the outdoors. This can be accomplished by providing 2 permanent openings, one commencing within 12 inches of the ceiling and one within 12 inches of the floor. These openings shall communicate directly with the outdoors, or spaces that communicate freely with the outdoors, such as a ventilated attic and crawl space through galvanized or equivalent corrosionresistant ducts. Exception: unobstructed stud and joist spaces are acceptable ducts provided that not more than one fire block is removed. Special provisions must be taken to insure that these stud and joist spaces cannot be blocked with insulation or other objects. Each of these openings using vertical ducts shall have a minimum free area of one square inch per 4,000 btu/hr of total input rating of all gas appliances. See Figure B and C. If horizontal ducts are used, the minimum free area shall be one square inch per 2,000 btu/hr of total input rating of all gas appliances.

Fresh make-up air can also be provided through a duct to one permanent opening commencing within 12 inches of the ceiling.

The minimum free area of this opening shall be one square inch per 3,000 btu/hr of the total input rating of all gas appliances but not less than the sum of the areas of all vent connectors in the space. See Figure D.

When calculating the amount of fresh air needed you must include make-up air requirements for the operation of exhaust fans, kitchen ventilation systems, clothes dryers, and fireplaces.

Additional information can be found in the latest edition of ANSI

Z223.1 (National Fuel Gas Code).

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F

I

G

U

R

E

ALL COMBUSTION AIR FROM ADJACENT INDOOR

SPACES THROUGH INDOOR COMBUSTION AIR

OPENINGS

UL Listed Vent Cap

UL Listed Gas Vent

Opening

A

Opening

F

I

G

U

R

E

ALL COMBUSTION AIR FROM OUTDOORS, INLET

AIR FROM VENTILATED CRAWL SPACE AND

OUTLET AIR TO VENTILATED ATTIC

UL Listed Vent Cap

UL Listed Gas Vent

Ventilation Louvers (each

end of attic)

Outlet Air

Inlet Air

B

F

I

G

U

R

E

Ventilation Louvers for unheated crawl space

ALL COMBUSTION AIR FROM OUTDOORS

THROUGH VENTILATED ATTIC

UL Listed Vent Cap

UL Listed Gas Vent

Ventilation Louvers (each

end of attic)

Inlet

Grille

Inlet

Grille

Outlet Air

Inlet Air Duct (ends 1 ft.

[300mm] above floor)

C

F

I

G

U

R

E

ALL COMBUSTION AIR FROM OUTDOORS

THROUGH SINGLE COMBUSTION AIR OPENING

UL Listed Vent Cap

UL Listed Gas Vent

Opening

Alternate Opening

Location

D

USING ADJACENT STUD SPACE FOR ALL

COMBUSTION AIR FROM OUTSIDE

HOLES CONNECTING TO

VENTILATED ATTIC

CEILING

PLATE

LOCATION AND SPECIAL PRECAUTIONS

The wall furnace should be located near the center of the house for best heat distribution.

If the area where the appliance is to be installed contains carpeting, tile or combustible materials, other than wood flooring, the appliance shall be installed on a metal plate, wood panel or other non-combustible materials. The use of ceramic or quarry tile is acceptable and will provide a surface that is easily cleaned. This material is to extend the full width and depth of the appliance. If side or rear warm air outlets are being installed, see figure 14 – 18,

See page 16 and 17.

AIR

GRILLE

FLOOR

PLATE

HOLES CONNECTING TO VENTILATED

CRAWL SPACE

BASED ON 4,000 BTU OF TOTAL INPUT RATING

OF ALL GAS APPLIANCES, THE HEATER ONLY

REQUIRES A MINIMUM FREE AREA OF:

BTU

SQUARE

IN.

25,000 6.25

35,000 8.75

50,000 12.50

55,000 13.75

65,000 16.25

HOLE SQUARE

SIZE = IN.

1” .785

1.5”

2”

2.5”

3”

1.76

3.14

4.90

7.065

ROUGH-IN INSTRUCTIONS

In selecting a location for installation, it is necessary to provide adequate accessibility clearances for servicing and proper operation.

Minimum clearance from cabinet to combustible construction:

Side Wall

Floor

-

-

4”

0”

Ceiling 4”

See Figure 2. The unit may be recessed and rest directly against side studs and the inside surface of the rear wall.

ELECTRICAL ROUGH-IN

Rough in 115 v. wiring, terminating inside the junction box located on top of header plate for recessed, or in a receptacle box (not provided) for flush mount.

Consult local codes or ordinances. See Figure 3.

MODEL NUMBER AMPS

CF353C, CF354C

CF503C, CF504C

CF653C, CF654C

1.95

2.25

2.25

CF357C

CF358C

CF557C

CF558C

2.2

2.25

2.5

2.55

FIGURE 2

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FIGURE 3

4” Minimum

115 V.A.C.

Line

In

B-W Vent

Pipe

Header Plate

Wire Nut (not provided)

Switch Box Cover Plate

4” Minimum

2x4

Stud

GAS ROUGH-IN

Check local codes for requirements as to the size and type of gas line required. See Figure 5 for location of gas inlet holes in furnace cabinet.

Compounds used on threaded joints of gas pipe should be resistant to the action of liquefied petroleum gases. The gas line joints must be checked for leaks. This should be done with a soap solution – watching for bubbles on all connections. NEVER USE AN EXPOSED FLAME TO

CHECK FOR LEAKS.

A manual valve equipped with a 1/8” NPT plugged tapping accessible for test gauge connection should be installed immediately upstream of the gas supply connection to the appliance. Some codes and ordinances require that the manual valve be located outside the appliance. See Figure

4.

The appliance and its individual shut off valve must be disconnected from the gas supply piping system during any pressure testing of that system at test pressures in excess of

½ psig.

The appliance must be isolated from the gas supply piping system by closing its individual manual shut off valve during any pressure testing of the gas supply piping system at test pressures equal to or less than ½ pig.

It is required by the National Fuel Gas Code that a drip line be installed near the gas inlet. This should consist of a vertical length of pipe tee connected into the gas line that is capped on the bottom in which condensation and foreign particles may collect.

Drip

Leg

Manual cut off valve

FIGURE 4

1/8 N.P.T.

Pressure Tap

Gas

Supply

Line

5 ”

1-1/2” Dia.

Knockout

8”

4 ”

1-1/2” Dia.

Gas Inlet

Hole

2 ”

FIGURE 5

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INSTALLATION / WHEN RECESSED

(UP TO 9-1/4”)

STEP 1.Cut out floor plate between 2x4 studs, so heater will set flat on floor.

STEP 2.Make electrical connection of 115 V. wiring into junction box provided on top of header plate.

STEP 3.Attach the base plate (purchased with the vent pipe) to the header plate using two No. 8 sheet-metal screws through the pre-punched holes. See Figure

B.

STEP 4.Square up and nail header plate in place between

2x4 studs placed on 16” centers (14-3/8” between studs). For distances from top of header plate to floor, see Figure 6.

STEP 5.Remove double ceiling plate between studs. Install one ceiling plate spacer across the cut out in ceiling plate. Install vent pipe into position, be sure to lock bottom of vent pipe into the base plate. Nail second ceiling plate spacer in place. See Figure

B.

STEP 6.If the vent continues through additional stories within the 2x4-stud space, then fire stop spacers must be installed at the second and subsequent ceiling levels. See Figure C.

STEP 7.To place furnace into position, grasp furnace and lift so furnace flue vent and header plate vent opening engage. Plug power cord from top of heater into receptacle on bottom of the header plate, see Figure 3. Run thermostat wire through a drilled hole into an adjacent stud space. Do not route it behind the header plate. To do so may cause the thermostat wiring to chaff resulting in the appliance operating continually. Connect thermostat wire with thermostat wires extending from top of heater. Lift furnace upward and swing bottom into wall, see Figure 7. Secure furnace in place using 2 holes provided in bottom of casing.

STEP 8.Make gas connection using connector the same size as gas connection of furnace. CHECK ALL

CONNECTIONS FOR GAS LEAKS WITH

LEAK DETECTOR SOLUTION. DO NOT USE

OPEN FLAME.

STEP 9.Replace and fasten front panels to furnace.

INSTALLATION

WHEN INSTALLED FLUSH TO WALL

STEP 1.After locating furnace, cut 3-1/2”x12” rectangular hole in ceiling between ceiling joists. Make sure gasket is in position on the top of the furnace casing around the flue vent opening. Remove vent collar from top of header plate and place over flue extension and fasten to matching holes in casing top, using screws from header plate. Install B vent type base plate (not supplied) to top of vent collar. Install ceiling plate spacer to back wall, centered between studs. Install B type vent to top of furnace, terminating at least 12’ above the floor and at least 2’ above the roof line.

STEP 2.Fasten furnace to wall. To secure top of furnace to wall, loosen top screws on back casing and raise tabs up.

Tighten screws. Screw through hole in top of tabs into anchors (not provided). Secure bottom using two holes provided in bottom of casing. (Optional) Cover exposed vent with a vent enclosure kit, Part Number 16VE-A or

36VE-A (not included).

STEP 3.Make electrical connection of 115 V. wiring into receptacle box (not provided) mounted on a wall. Plug power cord from top of heater into receptacle. Connect thermostat wire with thermostat wires extending from top of heater. According to installation instructions with thermostat, do not run wires in same stud space with vent system. Thermostat should be a minimum of 4’ from heater and 5’ from floor.

STEP 4.Make gas connection using connector the same size as gas connection of furnace. CHECK ALL

CONNECTIONS FOR GAS LEAKS WITH LEAK

DETECTOR SOLUTION. DO NOT USE OPEN

FLAME.

STEP 5.Replace and fasten all front panels.

B-W Vent

Header

Plate

35,000 - 80-3/16”

50,000 - 82-7/8”

55,000 - 88-7/8”

65,000 - 88-7/8”

NOTE: FOR PROPER COMBUSTION, MAKE

SURE UNITS ARE LEVEL FRONT TO BACK

AND SIDE TO SIDE.

FIGURE 6

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FIGURE 7

Installation of B-W Gas Vent for one-story buildings or for first floor of multi-story buildings.

Ceiling plate spacers to center

B-W Gas Vent in stud space nail securely at both ends.

Installation of B-W Gas Vent for each subsequent ceiling or floor level of multistory buildings.

Firestop spacers supplied by manufacturer of B-W

Gas Vent

Plate cut away to provide passage of B-W Gas Vent

Plate cut away for full width of stud space to provide ventilation.

Studs on

16 inch centers

Sheet metal screw base plate to header

Use manufacturer’s method of fastening pipe to base plate.

Header plate of vented wall furnace

(also acts as firestop)

FIGURE B

CONTROLS

All controls are pre-assembled at the factory. The normal manifold pressure should be 3.5” w.c. for Natural Gas and

10” w.c. for L.P. Gas. The maximum inlet pressure in the gas supply pipe should never exceed 7.0” w.c. for Natural

Gas or 14” w.c. for L.P. Gas. The minimum inlet pressure in the gas supply pipe should never be lower than 4.5” w.c. for Natural Gas or 11” w.c. for L.P. Gas.

Nail firestop spacer securely

FIGURE C

NATURAL GAS

SPECIFIC ELEVATIONS

Model 0 to 2,000 - 4,000 - 6,000 - 8,000 -

No. 2,000’ 4,000’ 6,000’ 8,000’ 10,000’

CF353C 34 36 37 38 41

CF357C 34 36 37 38 41

CF503C 3.4mm 31 31 32 35

CF557C 29 30 30 31 32

CF653C 26 27 28 29 30

ORDER KIT #49840 2287-1 HIGH ALTITUDE KIT

L.P. GAS

SPECIFIC ELEVATIONS

Model 0 to 2,000 - 4,000 - 6,000 - 8,000 -

No. 2,000’ 4,000’ 6,000’ 8,000’ 10,000’

CF354C 50 52 52 53 54

CF358C 50 52 52 53 54

CF504C 45 47 48 49 50

CF558C 2.15mm 45 47 48 49

CF654C 42 43 44 45 47

ORDER KIT #49840 2287-1 HIGH ALTITUDE KIT

Pilot Adj.

Screw

Pilot Adj.

Screw

HONEYWELL

VR8200H SERIES

STANDING PILOT

FIGURE 10-A

HONEYWELL

VR8204H SERIES

I.I.D. PILOT

FIGURE 10-B

The appliance is orificed at the factory for elevations up to 2,000 feet. If installed above 2,000 feet, the BTU input must be reduced 4% per 1,000 feet. See the following orifice chart for the proper orifice for a specific elevation.

PILOT ADJUSTMENT

Locate the pilot adjustment screw on the valve. The pilot flame should surround at least the top 3/8” of the powerpile

(pilot generator) or flame sensor (see Figure 8). The pilot is unregulated so it will be operating at inlet line pressure

(maximum 7” w.c. for Natural Gas and 11” w.c. for

Propane Gas). To decrease the pilot flame, turn the screw clockwise (approximately six full turns to bottom of pilot light channel) until you produce sufficient flame at the minimum noise level.

PILOT FLAME ADJUSTMENT

PILOT FLAME SHOULD ENVELOP 3/8 TO ½ INCH

OF THE TIP OF THE GENERATOR.

3/8” TO 1/2”

STANDING PILOT

FIGURE 8-A

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I.I.D. PILOT

FIGURE 8-B

3/8” TO

1/2”

CF353C-H, CF354C-H, CF503C-H, CF504C-H, CF653C-H, CF654C-H

STANDING PILOT

FOR YOUR SAFETY READ BEFORE LIGHTING

WARNING: If you do not follow these instructions exactly, a fire or explosion may result causing property damage, personal injury or loss of life.

A. This appliance has a pilot, which must be lighted by hand. When lighting the pilot, follow these instructions exactly.

B. BEFORE LIGHTING smell all around the appliance area for gas. Be sure to smell next to the floor because some gas is heavier than air and will settle on the floor.

WHAT TO DO IF YOU SMELL GAS:

Do not try to light any appliance.

Do not touch any electric switch; do not use any phone in your building.

Immediately call your gas supplier from a neighbor’s phone. Follow the gas supplier’s instructions.

If you cannot reach your gas supplier, call the fire department.

C. Use only your hand to push in or turn the gas control knob. Never use tools. If the knob will not push in or turn by hand, don’t try to repair it, call a qualified service technician. Force or attempted repair may result in a fire or explosion.

D. Do not use this appliance if any part has been under water. Immediately call a qualified service technician to inspect the appliance and to replace any part of the control system and any gas control which has been under water.

PN 91217 02/05

LIGHTING INSTRUCTIONS

1.

STOP! Read the information on the safety label.

2.

Set thermostat to lowest setting.

3.

Turn off all electric power to the appliance.

4.

Remove lower front panel.

5.

Push in gas control knob slightly and and turn clockwise to “OFF”.

Gas Control Knob

NOTE: Knob can not be turned from

“PILOT” to

“OFF” unless knob is pushed in slightly.

Do not force.

Pilot Control Knob

6.

Wait five (5) minutes to clear out any gas. Then smell for gas, including near the floor. If you smell gas,

STOP! Follow “B” in the information on the safety label. If you don’t smell gas, go to the next step.

7.

Locate red piezo ignitor button. Locate pilot. (Follow metal pilot tube from gas control).

8.

Turn gas control knob counterclockwise to

“PILOT”.

9.

Push in pilot control knob and hold in. Immediately begin a series of pushing and releasing the red piezo ignitor button, while observing the pilot. Continue to spark until pilot is lit. Continue to hold the pilot control knob in for about one (1) minute after the pilot is lit.

Release the pilot control knob and it will pop back up.

Pilot should remain lit. If pilot goes out, repeat steps 5 thru 9.

If knob does not pop up when released, STOP and immediately call your service technician or gas supplier.

If the pilot will not stay lit after several tries, turn the gas control knob to “OFF” and call your service technician or gas supplier.

10. Turn gas control knob counterclockwise to “ON”.

11. Replace lower front panel.

12. Turn on all electric to the appliance.

13. Set thermostat to desired setting.

PN 91217 02/05

TO TURN OFF GAS TO APPLIANCE

1.

Turn thermostat to lowest setting.

2.

Turn off all electric power to the appliance if service is to be performed.

3.

Remove lower front panel.

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4.

Push in gas control knob slightly and turn clockwise

to “OFF”. Do not force.

5.

Replace lower front panel.

PN 91217 02/05

CF357C-H, CF358C-H, CF557C-H, CF558C-H - I.I.D. PILOT

FOR YOUR SAFETY READ BEFORE LIGHTING

WARNING: If you do not follow these instructions exactly, a fire or explosion may result causing property damage, personal injury or loss of life.

A. This appliance is equipped with an ignition device which automatically lights the pilot. Do not try to light the pilot by hand.

B.

BEFORE OPERATING smell all around the appliance area for gas. Be sure to smell next to the floor because some gas is heavier than air and will settle on the floor.

WHAT TO DO IF YOU SMELL GAS:

Do not try to light any appliance.

Do not touch any electric switch; do not use any phone in your building.

Immediately call your gas supplier from a neighbor’s phone. Follow the gas supplier’s instructions.

If you cannot reach your gas supplier, call the fire department.

C. Use only your hand to push in or turn the gas control knob. Never use tools. If the knob will not push in or turn by hand, don’t try to repair it, call a qualified service technician. Force or attempted repair may result in a fire or explosion.

D. Do not use this appliance if any part has been under water. Immediately call a qualified service technician to inspect the appliance and to replace any part of the control system and any gas control which has been under water.

PN 91214 02/05

LIGHTING INSTRUCTIONS

1.

STOP! Read the information on the safety label.

2.

Set thermostat to lowest setting.

3.

Turn off all electric power to the appliance.

4.

This appliance is equipped with an ignition device which automatically lights the pilot. Do not try to light the pilot by hand.

5.

Remove lower front panel.

6.

Push in gas control knob slightly and turn clockwise

to “OFF”.

7.

Wait five (5) minutes to clear out any gas. Then smell for gas, including near the floor. If you smell gas, STOP!

Follow “B” in the information on the safety label. If you don’t smell gas, go to the next step.

8.

Turn gas control knob counterclockwise to “ON”.

GAS CONTROL

KNOB

Gas Control Knob

NOTE: Knob cannot be turned to

“OFF” unless knob is pushed in slightly. Do not force.

9.

Replace lower front panel.

10. Turn on all electric power to the appliance.

11. Set thermostat to desired setting.

12. If the appliance will not operate, follow the instructions

“TO TURN OFF GAS TO APPLIANCE” and call your service technician or gas supplier.

PN 91214 02/05

TO TURN OFF GAS TO APPLIANCE

1.

Turn thermostat to it’s lowest setting.

2.

Turn off all electric power to the appliance if service is to be performed.

3.

Remove lower front panel.

4.

Push in gas control knob slightly and turn clockwise to “OFF”. Do not force.

5.

Replace lower front panel.

PN 91214 02/05

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PROPER BURNER FLAME

A proper flame will have a dark blue inner mantle that sits right on top of the burners with a lighter blue outer mantle rising above the burner, (See

Figure 11). There may be some yellow where the pilot flame and burner flame meet. There is no primary air adjustment on the burner, and proper flame is assured since the correct manifold pressure and orificing has been done at the factory. NOTE:

It is advised that the burner flames be checked at least twice during the heating season for any changes in burner flame characteristics. The appliance area must be kept clear and free from combustible materials, gasoline, and other flammable vapors and liquids. This heater comes from the factory with the proper burner orifice for elevations up to 2,000 feet. Heaters installed above 2,000 feet must be derated 4% for every 1,000 feet. For the proper orifice size find the Model Number and elevation on the orifice chart (See CONTROLS). Replace burner orifice.

OPERATION

This unit uses a “step open” valve. When heat is called for the gas valve opens at a reduced manifold

(outlet) pressure to insure a safe, quiet ignition.

After 10 – 20 seconds the valve automatically steps up to normal manifold outlet pressure to provide proper BTU input for the remainder of the heat cycle.

After the heat exchanger has warmed sufficiently, the fan will automatically come on to efficiently transfer the heat into the room. NOTE: All but the

35,000 BTU unit (which is one speed) have an automatic two-speed fan. In a new installation or on fall start-up in a very cold room, some on-off cycling of the fan may occur if the heat exchanger cools too much. The burner, however, will continue to operate and the fan cycle until the thermostat is satisfied.

5” to 7”

Approx.

1 ”

FIGURE 11

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TERMINAL BLOCK WIRING DIAGRAM

FAN/LIMIT SWITCH (Brown)

POWER CORD (Black)

POWER

CORD

(Green)

TERMINAL BOARD

GROUND (Green)

MOTOR (Green)

TRANSFORMER

(Black)

LIMIT

SWITCH

(Blue)

MOTOR (White)

FAN

SWITCH

(Black)

MOTOR (Black)

TRANSFORMER (Black)

POWER CORD (White)

P/N 91122

CF353C, CF354C, CF357C, CF358C-H

SELECTOR

SWITCH

(Red)

FAN/LIMIT SWITCH (Brown)

POWER CORD (Black)

TRANSFORMER(Black)

MOTOR

(Red)

POWER

CORD

(Green)

TERMINAL BOARD

GROUND (Green)

MOTOR (Green)

MOTOR (White)

MOTOR (Black)

TRANSFORMER (Black)

POWER CORD (White)

P/N 91123

LIMIT

SWITCH

(Blue)

SELECTOR

SWITCH

(Black)

CF503C, CF504C, CF557C, CF558C, CF653C, CF654C-H

CAUTION:

Label all wires prior to disconnection when servicing controls. Wiring errors can cause improper and dangerous operation. Verify proper operation after servicing.

2.

3.

4.

5.

AUXILIARY LIMIT SWITCH

For your safety this furnace is equipped with a manual reset auxiliary limit switch. In case of failure by the primary limit switch, this switch will shut the valve down completely before unsafe temperatures are reached.

After a cool down period, switch must be manually reset. If outages persist, call a qualified service person.

MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS

1.

Installation and repair must be done by a qualified service person. The appliance should be inspected before use and at least annually by a professional service person. More frequent cleaning may be required due to excessive lint from carpeting, bedding material, etc. It is imperative that control compartments, burners, pilot burners, circulating air passageways and venting systems of the appliance be kept clean.

The bearings of the motor should be oiled every six months with S.A.E. 20 oil.

The appliance area must be kept clear and free of any combustible materials, gasoline and other flammable vapors and liquids.

It is essential that the flow of combustion and ventilation air not be obstructed.

Periodic examination of the entire ventilation system as a routine part of the safety performance check is recommended on an annual basis.

IMPORTANT: Keep burner and control compartment clean. Vacuum burner compartment at the start of the heating season or as often as needed.

NOTE: It is advised that the burner flames be checked at least twice during the heating season for any changes in burner flame characteristics.

115 VAC 60 HZ – Less than 12 Amps. If any of the original wire as supplied with this appliance must be replaced, it must be replaced with type thermoplastic 105-degree C wire or its equivalent.

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CF353C-H, CF354C-H STANDING PILOT CF503/504C-H, CF653/654C-H

Thermostat

POWER

CORD

THERMOSTAT

Power

Cord

Black

White

Black

Black

Brown

Blue

Motor

RED

BLACK

WHITE

RED

BLACK

BLACK

BROWN

BLUE

MOTOR

Transformer

TRANSFORMER

GREEN

Spill

Switch

Blue

Black

Brown

SPILL

SWITCH

BLUE

BLACK

RED

BROWN

Auxiliary

Limit Switch

TH

TR

Gas

Valve

Limit

Switch

Fan

Switch

CF353C-H,

CF354C-H

PICTORIAL

SCHEMATIC

FAN

SWITCH

AMPS

1.95

MOTOR

LIMIT

SWITCH

THERMOSTAT

SPILL

SWITCH

115 V.A.C.

TRANSFORMER

24 V.A.C.

CF353C-H

CF354C-H

LADDER

SCHEMATIC

AUXILIARY

LIMIT SWITCH

GAS

VALVE

LIMIT

SWITCH

SELECTOR

SWITCH

BLACK

FAN

SWITCH

AUXILIARY

LIMIT SWITCH

TH

TR

CF503C-H, CF504C-H

CF653C-H, CF654C-H

PICTORIAL

SCHEMATIC

GAS VALVE

FAN

SWITCH

AMPS

2.25

SELECTOR

SWITCH

MOTOR

LIMIT

SWITCH

THERMOSTAT

SPILL

SWITCH

115 V.A.C.

TRANSFORMER

24 V.A.C.

CF503C-H,

CF504C-H

CF653C-H,

CF654C-H

LADDER

SCHEMATIC

AUXILIARY

LIMIT SWITCH

GAS

VALVE

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CF357C-H, CF358C-H I.I.D. CF557C-H, CF558C-H

THERMOSTAT

POWER

CORD

CF357C-H, CF358C-H

PICTORIAL

SCHEMATIC

THERMOSTAT

POWER

CORD

CF557C-H, CF558C-H

PICTORIAL

SCHEMATIC

BLACK

WHITE

BLACK

BLACK

BROWN

BLUE

MOTOR

RED

BLACK

WHITE

RED

BLACK

BLACK

BROWN

BLUE

MOTOR

GREEN

TRANSFORMER

TRANSFORMER

SPILL

SWITCH

BLUE

BLACK

BROWN

SPILL

SWITCH

BLUE

BLACK

RED

BROWN

AUXILIARY

LIMIT SWITCH

BLACK

Spark

Sense

24 V

24 V

Gnd.

Gnd.(Burner)

PV

MV/PV

MV

LIMIT

SWITCH

PILOT

GAS VALVE

FAN

SWITCH

FAN SWITCH

MODEL NO.

CF357C-H

CF358C-H

AMPS

2.2

2.25

MOTOR

AUXILIARY

LIMIT SWITCH

BLACK

IGNITION MODULE

Spark

Sense

24 V

24 V

Gnd.

Gnd.(Burner)

PV

MV/PV

MV

LIMIT

SWITCH

PILOT

GAS VALVE

SELECTOR

SWITCH

BLACK

FAN

SWITCH

MODEL NO.

CF557C-H

CF558C-H

FAN

SWITCH

AMPS

2.5

2.55

SELECTOR

SWITCH

MOTOR

LIMIT SWITCH

THERMOSTAT

SPILL

SWITCH

115 V.A.C.

TRANSFORMER

24 V.A.C.

CF357C-H

CF358C-H

LADDER

SCHEMATIC

AUXILIARY

LIMIT SWITCH

IGNITION

MODULE

GAS

VALVE

Page 15

LIMIT SWITCH

THERMOSTAT

115 V.A.C.

TRANSFORMER

24 V.A.C.

CF557C-H

CF558C-H

LADDER

SCHEMATIC

SPILL

SWITCH

AUXILIARY

LIMIT SWITCH

IGNITION

MODULE

GAS

VALVE

ROUGH-INS FOR REAR OR SIDE DISCHARGE

Install plastergrounds as shown in Figure 12 and Figure 13.

NOTE: When side discharge is being used, furnace should be set exactly 4” from side wall.

14-1/2”

Plaster

Ground

1/2”

14-3/8”

Plaster

Ground

14-11/16”

10-3/

16”

REAR

SIDE

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

7.

FIGURE 12

8.

9.

10.

FIGURE 13

OPTIONAL ACCESSORY KITS

REAR REGISTER KIT (Flush Mount)

(See Figure 14)

REAR DISCHARGE KIT (Recessed)

Use optional kit No. 406RR-A.

Cut openings in drywall as shown in Figure 12.

Position plasterground as shown in Figure 12

(Optional).

Cut out and remove embossed section on casing rear.

Remove knockout on inner liner.

Put heater into position.

Place inner boot into position, mark and cut boot flush with wall. Place damper into cutout end of inner boot, mark (4) holes from damper onto inner boot, top and bottom, and drill (4) 1/8” hole. Place outer boot into position, mark and cut boot flush with wall.

Attach inner boot to liner. Attach damper to inner boot (screws provided). Attach outer boot to casing back.

Place grill in position and secure to wall.

Final installation will appear as Figure 14.

4.

5.

6.

7.

8.

9.

1.

2.

3.

10.

11.

12.

Use optional kit No. 407RR-A.

Cut openings in wall as shown in Figure 13.

Cut out and remove embossed section on casing rear.

Remove knockout from inner liner.

Place inner boot from kit through opening, matching flanges of boot and knockout.

Mark screw holes and remove boot.

Drill holes with a 1/8” drill.

Repeat steps 5 & 6 for outer boot.

After unit has been set in wall, shove the inner boot through the back wall and up against the liner.

Secure boot with screws provided. Attach damper to inner boot with screws provided.

Repeat Step 9 for outer boot.

Place grille in place and secure to wall.

Final installation will appear as Figure 15.

(OPTIONAL KITS

CONTINUED -

REVERSE SIDE)

FIGURE 14

FIGURE 15

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5.

6.

7.

8.

1.

2.

3.

4.

OPTIONAL KITS - CONTINUED

SIDE DISCHARGE ON CASING

SIDE DISCHARGE (With Extension Boot)

Use optional kit No. 306SR-A.

Cut out and remove embossed area on casing side.

Remove knockout from inner liner.

Place 1-1/2” boot from kit through opening, matching flanges of boot to knockout on inner boot.

Mark screw holes and remove boot.

Drill holes with a 1/8” drill.

Attach inner boot with screws provided.

Place grille into position, drill holes into casing, and attach with screws provided.

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

7.

8.

9.

Use optional kit No. 30SRB-A.

Cut opening in drywall as shown in Fig. 17.

Position plasterground as shown in Fig. 17 (optional).

Cut out and remove embossed section on casing side.

Remove knockout on inner liner.

Put heater into position.

Place inner boot into position, mark and cut boot flush with wall. Place outer boot into position, mark and cut boot flush with wall.

Place boot trim into position, slide inner boot through wall from adjacent room and attach to inner liner. Slide outer boot through wall from adjacent room and attach to casing side.

Place grille into position and secure to wall.

18”

Min.

FIGURE 16

90 Degree

Outside Corner

W

ALL

3 FT.

SECTION

3 FT.

SECTION

BOTTOM SECTION

FIGURE 18

MODEL

NUMBER

CF35

CF50

CF55

CF65

Length of bottom section

(Ref. 4) plastic raceway

5-5/16 Inches

8 Inches

14 Inches

14 Inches

NOTE: Above lengths terminate approximately 2 inches above floor.

FIGURE 17

14PEK-A PLUG EXTENSION KIT INSTRUCTIONS

FOR NON-RECESSED INSTALLATION ONLY

UNITS WITH TERMINAL BOARD

STEP 1. Turn heater off following Section 3 in “Lighting Instructions” and allow to cool.

STEP 2. Turn off all electricity to heater.

STEP 3. Remove top louver assembly, fan shroud and fan blade.

STEP 4. Loosen two screws on romex connector.

STEP 5. Remove junction box cover plate.

STEP 6. Disconnect three power cord terminals and pull power cord out of top of heater.

STEP 7. Insert power cord provided in kit through romex connector and plug onto terminal board following wiring diagram found in lighting and operating instructions.

STEP 8. Tighten two screws on romex connector.

STEP 9. Replace junction box cover plate.

STEP 10. Replace fan blade, fan shroud and top louver assembly.

STEP 11. Snap 90 Degree outside corner (Ref. 1) onto 3 ft. section (Ref. 2) plastic raceway. Insert power cord and remove blue backing from adhesive strip on raceway and apply to side of heater. See Figure 18.

STEP 12. Insert power cord into second 3 ft. section of raceway (Ref. 3) and remove blue backing and apply to side of heater, butting up agianst bottom of other section. See Fig. 18.

STEP 13. Cut 14 inch long bottom section to required length (see chart), insert power cord, remove backing and apply to side of heater. See Fig. 18.

STEP 14. Plug power cord into wall receptacle, see Fig.18.

STEP 15. Light the heater following lighting instructions.

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TROUBLE SHOOTING CHART for qualified serviceman - MAIN BURNER

SYMPTOM POSSIBLE CAUSES CORRECTIVE ACTION

Flame too large

Noisy Flame

Yellow tip flame (some yellow tipping on LP gas is permissible

Floating Flame

Gas Odor

Delayed Ignition

Failure to Ignite

Condensation of

Water Vapor

Burner won’t turn off

1. Defective operator section of gas valve.

2. Burner orifice too large.

1. Replace complete valve.

2. Check with local gas company for proper orifice size and replace.

3. If installed above 2,000 ft.

1. Noisy pilot.

3. Refer to orifice chart on Page 9.

1. Reduce pilot gas with adjusting screw on combination

gas control valve.

2. Burr in orifice (if it whistles or resonates).

2. Remove burr or replace orifice (do not enlarge orifices).

3. Excessive gas input.

3. See “Flame Too Large” above.

1. Clogged main burner ports.

2. Clogged draft hood.

3. Linted up mixer opening.

1. Blocked venting.

1. Gas leak.

2. Chimney or flue obstruction.

3. Drafts around appliance.

1. Pilot flame too small.

1. Clean main burner ports. (Do not enlarge ports).

2. Clean draft hood.

3. Check for dust or lint at air mixer opening.

1. Clean flue passageways to remove blockage.

1. Shut off gas service immediately. Check piping.

Call gas company. See “For Your Safety”, Page 1.

2. Clean flue.

3. Eliminate drafts.

1. Check pilot orifice. Increase pilot gas flow if

necessary by adjusting inlet pressure from gas

2. Burner ports clogged near pilot.

3. Low gas pressure.

4. Pilot decreases in size when main

burners come on.

5. Drafts around appliance.

6. Bad venting.

1. Main gas off.

2. Defective gas valve.

1. Improper venting.

source (meter if natural gas or second stage

regulator if propane - maximum 7” w.c. for

Natural and 11” w.c. for propane).

2. Clean burner ports (do not enlarge ports).

3. Check gas supply inlet pressure. Check gas outlet

(manifold) pressure for “minimum step” pressure

(for “step” pressure chart see “Operation”).

4. Supply piping inadequately sized or incorrect

inlet pressure.

5. Eliminate drafts.

6. See “Venting”.

1. Open all manual gas valves.

2. Replace gas valve.

1. See “Venting”.

Incorrect Gas Input

Not enough heat

Too much heat

Burner won’t turn on

1. Defective or sticking automatic valve.

2. Excessive gas pressure (The supply gas

pressure must not exceed 1/2 psi or

14” w.c.

1. Gas input not checked.

2. Clogged orifice.

1. Appliance undersized.

2. Incorrect supply pressure.

1. Combination control valve sticks open.

1. Replace valve.

2. To correct this situation contact the utility

supplying the gas.

1. Re-check gas input.

2. Check orifice for clogging. If clogged, clean out

the hole carefully with a smooth wood toothpick.

(Do not in any way enlarge or distort it).

1. This is especially true when a dwelling or room is

enlarged. Have the heat loss calculated and compare

to the appliance output (approx. 70% of input).

Your gas company or installer can supply you with

this information. If appliance is undersized, replace

with correct size unit.

2. Check supply pressure as outlined above.

1. Replace combination control valve.

TROUBLE SHOOTING CHART - PILOT AND VALVE

1. Gas valve not turned on.

2. No voltage to valve.

3. Defective thermostat.

4. No 115 Volt Line Voltage.

5. Auxiliary limit switch open.

6. Blocked flue switch open.

7. Gas valve defective.

1. Turn gas valve to “on” position”.

2. Check for 24 Volts to Valve.

3. Check wall thermostat.

4. Jump fan switch to check for voltage (fan will

come on).

5. Push on red buton to close.

6. Push red button in to close.

7. Replace gas valve

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TROUBLE SHOOTING CHART - PILOT AND VALVE - CONTINUED

SYMPTOM

Pilot won’t light, or stay lit

(STANDING PILOT)

POSSIBLE CAUSES

1. Air in line.

2. Defective thermocouple.

3. Pilot flame too low.

4. Manual reset switch not engaged.

CORRECTIVE ACTION

1. Bleed line.

2. Replace thermocouple.

3. Adjust pilot flame.

4. Push on button.

Pilot won’t light, or stay lit

(I.I.D. PILOT)

1. Sparker won’t work.

2. Sparker won’t light pilot.

3. Manual reset switch not engaged.

1. Check wire connections.

2.a. Pilot flame too lean.

2.b. Turn valve to “on” position.

2.c. Check for pilot restriction.

3. Push on button.

THE FOLLOWING IS A LIST OF POSSIBLE CAUSES AND CORRECTIVE ACTIONS

FOR BLOCKED FLUE SWITCH PROBLEMS

POSSIBLE CAUSES

1. Blockage in vent pipe

CORRECTIVE ACTION

1. A) Check vent pipe for blockage, such as bird nest, wasp nest, twigs, leaves, etc.

1. B) Check inside the bottom of the vent pipe to make sure the top of the draft diverter did not rip the inner liner causing it to block part of the vent opening.

1. C) Check that no insulation from the header plate got caught on top of the draft diverter when the heater was inserted into the wall.

1. D) Check that the vent cap is properly installed, not shoved too far down on the vent pipe.

2. Burner is overfiring

3. Improper vent system.

A) Vent too short

B) Restriction in vent

system caused by

offsets

C) Incorrect vent pipe

2. A) Check the manifold pressure.

2. B) Check the rate, NOTE: This appliance was orificed for elevations up to 2,000 feet. When installed at higher elevations refer to orifice chart in “Controls” section of instructions for proper orifice size.

3. Correct vent system.

A) The vent should terminate a minimum of 12 feet above the floor. See Figure 1.

Also, the top of the vent must be at least 2 foot above any obstacle within a

10 foot radius, including the roof. See Figure A on Page 4.

B) All type “B” vents shall extend in a generally vertical direction with offsets not exceeding 45 degrees, except that a vent system having not more than one 60 degree offset may be allowed.

Any angle greater than 45 degrees from the vertical is considered horizontal.

The total horizontal run of a vent plus the horizontal vent connector shall be not greater than 75 percent of the vertical height of the vent.

C) Use listed BW type vent pipe. Do not use transite or any other type of ceramic pipe for venting. Do not use single wall pipe. When venting into a masonry chimney the chimney must be properly lined and sized for this gas furnace.

The use of type B or a flexible chimney liner is recommended.

4. Incorrect header plate

location.

5. Vent pipe not down on the

header plate securely

6. Loose connections on the

vent safety wiring harness

4. Consult Figure 6 for correct header plate height.

5. You must use a base plate (obtained from the vent pipe manufacturer) on top of the

header plate, or wall furnace. This will lock the vent pipe down and prevent the

draft diverter from shoving it up.

6. Check the connections on both the switch and the gas valve. Tighten if necessary.

DO NOT BYPASS THE BLOCKED FLUE SWITCH: TO DO

SO COULD EXPOSE THE CONSUMER TO PROPERTY DAMAGE,

PERSONAL INJURY OR POSSIBLE DEATH.

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COUNTERFLOW WALL FURNACE / STANDING PILOT

Prices and specifications subject to change without notice. All prices are F.O.B. factory.

USE ONLY FACTORY SUPPLIED

REPLACEMENT PARTS

MODELS:

NAT. GAS

CF353C-H

CF503C-H

CF653C-H

L.P. GAS

CF354C-H

CF504C-H

CF654C-H

32

15

52

1a

32c

39

6

46

45

14

24

26

2

7

25

34

8

10

5

19

11

4

27

12

30

29 28

13

9

37

35

22/23

16

1

3

33

32b

34b

32d

1c

1d

1b

1f

1e

31

REV. 03/05

CONTROL ASSEMBLY

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21

42

36

17/18

Mr. Contractor, we only sell parts through our wholesalers, but the prices listed are for your convenience. For prompt parts service, contact the wholesaler from which you purchased your Cozy heater. NOTE: Parts & schematic drawings on current models are shown at www.cozyheaters.com.

HOW TO PROPERLY ORDER PARTS: In addition to part description and part number, please give model number, serial number, and type of gas used. This information can be found on the rating plate that is attached to heater.

24 VOLT SYSTEM WITH LOW-B.T.U. STANDING PILOT

MODEL NUMBER

PART DESCRIPTION

Casing Side, Right

Casing Side, Left

Center Back Assembly

Top Assembly

Upper Back Assembly

Lower Back Assembly

Bottom

Liner Assembly

Header Assembly Complete

Heat Exchanger Assembly

Draft Diverter Assembly

Fan Shroud Assembly

Top Louver w/Insulation

Center Front Panel w/Insulation

Bottom Louver Assembly w/Insulation

Upper Front Shield

Switch Box

Switch Box Cover

NATURAL CF353C-H CF503C-H

L.P. CF354C-H CF504C-H

CF653C-H

CF654C-H

REF.

PART LIST PART LIST PART LIST

NUMBER NUMBER PRICE NUMBER PRICE NUMBER PRICE

1

1 a

1b

1 c

1d

1 e

1 f

2

5

6

9

1 0

Lower Front Shield

Motor Mounting Bracket

Junction Box Cover

Burner

Valve, VR8200H-1004 NATURAL GAS, Honeywell

Valve, VR8200H-1137 L.P. GAS, Honeywell

Wiring Harness 19

Manifold 2 1

1 5

1 6

1 7

1 8

3

4

7

8

30055

30060

30114

30025

30070

30219

30246

30120

31399

30133

30180

30200

30087

30089

30100

30250

1 1

1 2

30252

30253

1 3 30256

1 4 * 30079

30033

72107

78090

78091

78250

78006

$48.40

$48.40

$37.10

$13.30

$22.30

$30.60

$9.80

$73.30

$38.60

$210.60

$31.30

$21.60

$17.60

$24.90

$31.60

$3.50

$7.10

$2.80

$5.10

$2.10

$3.70

$38.20

$125.00

$129.20

$23.50

$12.30

30325

30330

30364

30025

30070

30219

30246

30370

31399

30379

30400

30200

30087

30359

30100

30250

30450

30253

30256

*30079

30033

72107

78090

78091

78251

78006

$49.00

$49.00

$34.20

$13.30

$22.30

$30.60

$9.80

$74.00

$38.60

$216.10

$42.30

$21.60

$17.60

$26.70

$31.60

$3.50

$7.20

$2.80

$5.10

$2.10

$3.70

$38.20

$125.00

$129.20

$23.50

$12.30

30525

30530

30544

30025

30070

30219

30246

30550

31399

30563

30400

30200

30087

30534

30100

30250

30450

30253

30256

*30079

30033

72107

78090

78091

78257

78006

$52.10

$52.10

$36.80

$13.30

$22.30

$30.60

$9.80

$80.20

$38.60

$216.10

$42.30

$21.60

$17.60

$28.80

$31.60

$3.50

$7.20

$2.80

$5.10

$2.10

$3.70

$38.20

$125.00

$129.20

$26.90

$12.30

Orifice,NATURAL

Orifice, L.P.

Fan Motor

Fan Blade

2 2

2 3

2 4

2 5

72182

95271

72108

78101

$3.40

$3.40

$73.90

$24.20

78160

78163

78111

78101

$3.40

$3.40

$85.80

$24.20

78169

95273

78111

78101

$3.40

$3.40

$85.80

$24.20

Rubber Grommet

Limit Switch 60T11-L180

Fan Switch 60T12-F120

Speed Switch 60T13-F160-30

Auxiliary Limit Switch 60T15-L350

Thermostat 24 Volt

Transformer

Flue Pipe Adapter

2 6

2 7

2 8

2 9

3 0

3 1

3 2

32b

78010

78065

78067

N/A

78086

78355

78069

40061

$3.00

$5.90

$6.10

N/A

$9.30

$20.00

$23.50

$2.00

78010

78065

78067

78066

78086

78355

78069

40061

$3.00

$5.90

$6.10

$8.90

$9.30

$20.00

$23.50

$2.00

78010

78065

78067

78066

78086

78355

78069

40061

$3.00

$5.90

$6.10

$8.90

$9.30

$20.00

$23.50

$2.00

Plug Bracket

Casing Mounting Brackets

Flue Pipe Gasket

Draft Diverter Gasket

Casing Top Gasket

Element Support Gasket

Pilot,NAT. 0.140.512

Pilot, L.P.. 0.140.502

Cozy Handle

Power Cord

Snap-in Outlet

Thermostat Wire

Thermocouple Q309A-2135

Insulated Staples

Door Catch

Blocked Flue Switch

Blocked Flue Switch Wire

Terminal Board

Pilot Tubing w/Fittings

Piezo Sparker

Electrode Wire

Burner Pan Assembly

Valve Support Bracket Assembly

Pilot Mounting Bracket

Burner Mounting Plate

Lighting Instructions “CF”

32c

32d

3 3

3 4

34b

3 5

3 6

3 6

3 7

3 8

3 9

4 1

4 2

4 3

4 4

4 5

4 6

5 2

5 3

5 6

5 7

5 8

30047

*30260

78050

78051

78049

78052

72020

72021

84003

78213

78058

74518

78095

74209

80005

78108

78230

78300

78452

80016

72022

30286

30290

30299

30296

91272

$1.90

$1.20

$1.20

$1.20

$1.20

$4.40

$22.70

$22.70

$2.30

$4.70

$4.70

$1.30

$11.40

$1.20

$1.20

$9.30

$1.50

$5.00

$5.40

$5.70

$4.70

$15.90

$4.70

$2.40

$2.80

N/C

30047

*30260

78050

78051

78049

78052

72020

72021

84003

78213

78058

74518

78095

74209

80005

78109

78230

78300

78452

80016

72022

30286

30290

30299

30296

91272

$1.90

$1.20

$1.20

$1.20

$1.20

$4.40

$22.70

$22.70

$2.30

$4.70

$4.70

$1.30

$11.40

$1.20

$1.20

$9.30

$1.50

$5.00

$5.40

$5.70

$4.70

$15.90

$4.70

$2.40

$2.80

N/C

30047

*30260

78050

78051

78049

78052

72020

72021

84003

78213

78058

74518

78095

74209

80005

78109

78230

78300

78452

80016

72022

30286

30290

30299

30296

91272

$1.50

$5.00

$5.40

$5.70

$4.70

$15.90

$4.70

$2.40

$2.80

N/C

$1.90

$1.20

$1.20

$1.20

$1.20

$4.40

$22.70

$22.70

$2.30

$4.70

$4.70

$1.30

$11.40

$1.20

$1.20

$9.30

REV. 03/05

*REQUIRES TWO.

Page 21

MARCH 2005

COUNTERFLOW WALL FURNACE / I.I.D. PILOT

Prices and specifications subject to change without notice. All prices are F.O.B. factory.

MODELS:

NAT. GAS L.P. GAS

CF357C-H CF358C-H

CF557C-H CF558C-H

6

51

50

32

15

52

14

24

26

7

25

34

5

17

4

10

8

11

27

28

12

30

13

9

37

35

1a

32c

39

2

22/

23

CONTROL

ASSEMBLY

USE ONLY FACTORY SUPPLIED

REPLACEMENT PARTS

Mr. Contractor, we only sell parts through our wholesalers, but the prices listed are for your convenience. For prompt parts service, contact the wholesaler from which you purchased your

Cozy heater. NOTE: Parts & schematic drawings on current models are shown at www.cozyheaters.com.

Page 22

21

16

1

1e

1f

31

46

19 20

49

47/

48

REV. 03/05

1c

1d

1b

33

3

32b

34b

32d

PART DESCRIPTION

Casing Side, Right

Casing Side, Left

Center Back Assembly

Top Assembly

Upper Back Assembly

Lower Back Assembly

Bottom

Liner Assembly

Header Assembly Complete

Heat Exchanger Assembly

Draft Diverter Assembly

Fan Shroud Assembly

Top Louver w/Insulation

Center Front Panel w/Insulation

Bottom Louver Assembly w/Insulation

Upper Front Shield

Switch Box

Switch Box Cover

Lower Front Shield

Motor Mounting Bracket

Junction Box Cover

Burner

Wiring Harness

Valve, NATURAL - I.I.D. VR8204H-1006

Valve, L.P.. - I.I.D. VR8204H-1014

Manifold

Orifice, Natural

Orifice, L.P.

Fan Motor

Fan Blade

Rubber Grommet

Limit Switch

Fan Switch 60T12-F120

Speed Switch F160-30

Auxiliary Limit Switch 60TG15 350 Deg., Lower

Thermostat

Transformer

Flue Pipe Adapter

Plug Bracket

Casing Mounting Brackets

Flue Pipe Gasket

Draft Diverter Gasket

Casing Top Gasket

Element Support Gasket

Cozy Handle

Power Cord

Snap-in Outlet

Thermostat Wire

Ignition Control Box, S8600B

Pilot Assembly, Electronic, NAT.

Pilot Assembly, Electronic, L.P..

Pilot Bracket, CF-IID

Flame Ignitor Assy. Honeywell

Blocked Flue Switch

Blocked Flue Switch Wire

Terminal Board

Pilot Tubing w/Fitting

Burner Pan Assembly

Valve Support Bracket Assembly

Pilot Mounting Bracket

Burner Mounting Plate

Lighting Instructions “CF”

HOW TO PROPERLY ORDER PARTS: In addition to part description and part number, please give model number, serial number, and type of gas used. This information can be found on the rating plate that is attached to heater.

24 VOLT SYSTEM WITH INTERMITTENT

NATURAL CF357C-H CF557C-H

MODEL NUMBERS

4 8

4 9

5 0

3 8

3 9

4 1

4 6

4 7

5 1

5 2

5 3

5 6

5 7

5 8

32c

32d

3 3

3 4

34b

3 5

3 7

2 6

2 7

2 8

2 9

3 0

3 1

3 2

32b

2 2

2 3

2 4

2 5

1 6

1 7

1 9

2 0

2 1

9

1 0

1 1

1 2

1 3

1 4

1 5

L.P. CF358C-H CF558C-H

REF.

PART LIST PART LIST

NUMBER NUMBER PRICE NUMBER PRICE

1 30055 $48.40

30525 $52.10

1 a 30060 $48.40

30530 $52.10

1b

1 c

1d

1 e

30114

30025

30070

30219

$37.10

$13.30

$22.30

$30.60

30544

30025

30070

30219

$36.80

$13.30

$22.30

$30.60

6

7

4

5

8

1 f

2

3

30246

30120

31399

30133

30180

30200

30087

30089

$9.80

$73.30

$38.60

$210.60

$31.30

$21.60

$17.60

$24.90

30246

30550

31399

30562

30400

30200

30087

30534

$9.80

$80.20

$38.60

$217.20

$42.30

$21.60

$17.60

$28.80

30100

30250

30252

30253

30256

*30079

30033

72107

78259

78092

78093

78006

72182

95271

72108

78101

$31.60

$3.50

$7.10

$2.80

$5.10

$2.10

$3.70

$38.20

$23.50

$122.90

$122.90

$12.30

$3.40

$3.40

$73.90

$24.20

30100

30250

30450

30253

30256

*30079

30033

72107

78257

78092

78093

78006

78161

78168

78111

78101

$31.60

$3.50

$7.20

$2.80

$5.10

$2.10

$3.70

$38.20

$26.90

$122.90

$122.90

$12.30

$3.40

$3.40

$85.80

$24.20

78010

78065

78067

N/A

78086

78355

78069

40061

30047

*30260

78050

78051

78049

78052

84003

78213

78058

74518

78097

78098

78099

30299

78096

78108

78230

78300

78452

30286

30290

30299

30296

91261

$3.00

$5.90

$6.10

N/A

$9.30

$20.00

$23.50

$2.00

$1.90

$1.20

$1.20

$1.20

$1.20

$4.40

$2.30

$4.70

$4.70

$1.30

$128.00

$29.80

$29.80

$2.40

$29.80

$9.30

$1.50

$5.00

$5.40

$15.90

$4.70

$2.40

$2.80

N/C

78213

78058

74518

78097

78098

78099

30299

78096

78109

78230

78300

78452

30286

30290

30299

30296

91261

78010

78065

78067

78066

78086

78355

78069

40061

30047

*30260

78050

78051

78049

78052

84003

$4.70

$4.70

$1.30

$128.00

$29.80

$29.80

$2.40

$29.80

$9.30

$1.50

$5.00

$5.40

$15.90

$4.70

$2.40

$2.80

N/C

$3.00

$5.90

$6.10

$8.90

$9.30

$20.00

$23.50

$2.00

$1.90

$1.20

$1.20

$1.20

$1.20

$4.40

$2.30

REV. 03/05

*REQUIRES TWO.

Page 23

MARCH 2005

KIT NO.

306SR-A

SIDE

REGISTER -

FLUSH

KIT NO. 31300-A

TRIM KIT

15

VENT

ENCLOSURE

2

4

1

3

14

KIT NO. 406RR-A

REAR REGISTER W/

BOOT - FLUSH

KIT NO.

16VE-A

or

36VE-A

13

5

16

8

7

7

8

12

12

11

5

16

5

10

9

12

KIT NO.

407RR-A

REAR REGISTER -

RECESS

6

KIT NO.

30SRB-A

SIDE REGISTER

W/BOOT

Page 24

For description of above reference numbers, see reverse side.

REV. 03/05

PART DESCRIPTION

16" Vent Enclosure Side

PARTS LIST FOR ACCESSORIES FOR COUNTERFLOW WALL FURNACE

REF. NO. PART NO. LIST PRICE

1 31360 $8.20

16" Vent Enclosure Front

24" Vent Enclosure Side

24" Vent Enclosure Front

36" Vent Enclosure Side

36" Vent Enclosure Front

Side / Rear Register

Side Register

Large Outer Boot

Large Inner Boot

Small Outer Boot

Small Inner Boot

Boot Trim

Plaster Ground

Side Boot

Cabinet Side Trim Angle

Cabinet Top Trim

Damper Assembly

31560

31720

31710

31615

31595

31510

31310

31320

31675

31355

31367

31366

31385

31380

31630

31525

31580

12

13

14

15

16

10

11

8

9

6

7

4

5

2

3

2

1

$10.30

$12.60

$15.40

$15.20

$18.90

$18.00

$18.00

$23.40

$21.30

$9.70

$9.10

$15.80

$11.60

$9.20

$5.30

$4.60

$20.60

REPLACEMENT WIRING - STANDING PILOT COUNTERFLOW

MODELS CF353C-H & CF354C-H

Black 17-1/2" Fork Term./with Stripped end Transformer (24 V. Side) to The

Black 27" Flag Terminal/Flag Terminal Auxiliary Limit Switch to Valve

Wiring Harness

78200

78205

78250

$1.50

$2.00

$23.50

MODELS CF503C-H & CF504C-H

Black 17-1/2" Fork Term./with stripped end Transformer (24 V.) to Therm

Black 32" Flag Terminal/Flag Terminal Auxiliary Limit Switch - Valve

Black 6" Flag Terminal/Flag Termial Selector Switch - Fan Switch

Wiring Harness

MODELS CF557C-H & CF558C-H

Black 17-1/2" Fork Term./with stripped end Transformer (24V.) to Thermo

Black 38" Flag Terminal/Straight Terminal Auxiliary limit to ignition control

Black 6" Flag Terminal/Flag Terminal Selector Swith - Fan Switch

Wiring Harness

78200

78216

78208

78251

MODELS CF653C-H & CF654C-H

Black 17-1/2" Fork Term./with stripped end Transformer (24 V.) to Therm

Black 32" Flag Terminal/Flag Terminal Auxiliary Limit Switch - Valve

Black 6" Flag Terminal/Flag Terminal Selector Switch to Fan Switch

Wiring Harness

78200

78216

78208

78252

$1.50

$1.90

$1.60

$23.50

REPLACEMENT WIRING - I.I.D. (INTERMITTENT IGNITION) COUNTERFLOW

MODELS CF357C-H & CF358C-H

Black 17-1/2" Fork Term./with stripped end Transformer (24V. Side) to Th

Black 30" Flag Terminal/Straight Terminal Auxiliary limit to ignition control

Wiring Harness

78200

78214

78259

$1.50

$1.90

$23.50

78200

78258

78208

78257

$1.50

$1.90

$1.60

$23.50

$1.50

$2.30

$1.60

$26.90

Mr. Contractor, we only sell parts through our wholesalers, but the prices listed are for your convenience. For prompt parts service, contact the wholesaler from which you purchased your Cozy heater. NOTE: Parts & schematic drawings on current models are shown at www.cozyheaters.com.

REV. 03/05

Page 25

MARCH 2005

IMPORTANT SAFETY BULLETIN ON YOUR GAS CONTROL AND PILOT LIGHT

SYSTEM FOR HEATING EQUIPMENT

WHAT YOU DON’T KNOW CAN HURT YOU.

Your pilot light system has been designed for safe and reliable operation. Although safety mechanisms are built-in, the potential for hazard exists. This information is intended to help you avoid these hazards.

YOUR GAS CONTROL AND PILOT LIGHT

SYSTEM

Your gas control and pilot light system has a safety device whose purpose is to shut-off the gas supply to the appliance if the pilot light goes out. If you have trouble lighting the pilot or keeping it lit, it may mean that this safety device is warning you that there is a problem with your system. Inspection and repairs or replacement must be made by a trained gas service technician.

WHAT TO DO IF YOU SMELL GAS . . .

Do not try to light any appliance.

Do not touch any electrical switch; do not use any phone in your building.

Immediately call your gas supplier from a neighbor’s phone. Follow the gas supplier’s instructions.

If you cannot reach your gas supplier, call the fire department.

Installation and service must be performed by a qualified installer, service agency or the gas supplier.

TAMPERING IS DANGEROUS

The pilot safety system may also not work if you do not follow the lighting instructions carefully or if you tamper with the gas control that you use to light the pilot. Tampering with the gas control, particularly with tools, can damage the safety mechanism in the control and can allow gas to leak. This can result in a fire or explosion causing property damage, personal injury or death.

IF YOU SMELL GAS, DON’T LIGHT IT

Do not store or use gasoline or other flammable vapors and liquids in the vicinity of this or any other appliance.

CRITICAL SAFETY POINTS TO REMEMBER . . .

Your gas has been odorized so that you can smell it.

Always smell around for gas before lighting your appliance.

Sniff for L.P.-gas at floor level. LP-gas is heavier than air and may temporarily exist at floor level.

IF YOU CAN’T LIGHT IT,

DON’T FIGHT IT!

If you smell gas, do not attempt to light the pilot. Do not cause a spark by turning on or off electrical switches or appliances or by using the phone. Turn off the gas to the appliances and call your gas supplier from another location.

If your gas control has gotten wet as the result of flooding or other wetting, it must be replaced immediately by a trained gas service technician.

Water can lead to damage of the internal safety mechanism in the gas control and can create a hazardous condition.

THIS IS NOT AN ADVERTISEMENT

The Louisville Tin & Stove Co. warrants to the original user the accompanying product for the period specified herein, provided said product is installed, operated, maintained, serviced, and used according to the instructions and specifications accompanying the product. AS OUTLINED IN OUR INSTRUCTIONS,

ANY WARRANTY CONSIDERATIONS ARE

CONTINGENT ON INSTALLATION BY A

QUALIFIED INSTALLER (CONTRACTOR).

SELF-INSTALLATION IS NOT RECOMMENDED

AND MAY INVALIDATE YOUR WARRANTY.

If within a period of one year from the date of installation of the product, any part supplied by the manufacturer proves to be defective due to workmanship or material, it will replace such part, provided parts have not been subjected to misuse, alteration, neglect, or accidents. The term of the warranty for the heat exchanger is covered in Table A below. Any claim not made within ten (10) days after the expiration of the warranty period shall be deemed waived by the user.

The manufacturer shall have no liability or be required to perform any obligation under this warranty unless, when requested, the user returns, at the user’s expense, the component or product claimed defective, to the manufacturer for inspection, to enable the manufacturer to determine if the claimed defect is covered by this warranty.

No charges for freight, labor or other expenses incurred in the repair, removal, or replacement of any product or component claimed to be defective, will be paid by the manufacturer to the user, and the manufacturer will not be liable for any expenses incurred, by the user, in remedying any defect in the product.

Service under this warranty is the responsibility of the installer. In the event service under this warranty is needed, the user of the product shall request such service directly from the installer. If the user is unable to locate the installer, the user should write directly to the manufacturer, and the name of an alternative service source will be supplied.

The product safety registration card (packed inside the appliance) must be completed and returned to the factory.

THIS WARRANTY IS EXPRESSLY IN LIEU

OF ANY OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR

IMPLIED (WHETHER WRITTEN OR ORAL). ANY

IMPLIED WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR

OF FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE IS

EXPRESSLY LIMITED TO THE DURATION OF THE

MANUFACTURER’S EXPRESS, WRITTEN

WARRANTY.

UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES SHALL THE

MANUFACTURER BE LIABLE FOR ANY SPECIAL,

INDIRECT OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES OR

EXPENSES ARISING DIRECTLY OR INDIRECTLY

FROM ANY COMPONENT OR FROM THE USE

THEREOF. THE REMEDIES SET FORTH HEREIN

SHALL BE THE EXCLUSIVE REMEDIES

AVAILABLE TO THE USER AND ARE IN LIEU OF

ALL OTHER REMEDIES.

SOME STATES DO NOT ALLOW

LIMITATIONS ON HOW LONG AN IMPLIED

WARRANTY LASTS, SO THE ABOVE LIMITATIONS

MAY NOT APLY TO YOU.

SOME STATES DO NOT ALLOW THE

EXCLUSION OR LIMITATION OF INCIDENTAL OR

CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, SO THE ABOVE

LIMITATIONS OR EXCLUSIONS MAY NOT APPLY

TO YOU.

THIS WARRANTY GIVES YOU SPECIFIC

LEGAL RIGHTS, AND YOU MAY ALSO HAVE

OTHER RIGHTS, WHICH VARY, FROM STATE TO

STATE.

TABLE A

Warranty for gas appliance heat exchangers only.

Product

Cozy Gas Fired Floor Furnace

Cozy Gas Fired Wall Furnace

Cozy Gas Fired Vented Console Heater

Cozy Gas Fired Direct Vent Heater

Cozy Gas Fired Counterflow Furnace

Cozy Gas Fired Counterflow Direct Vent Furnace

Cozy Gas Fired Direct Vent Baseboard Heaters

Cozy Gas Fired Hi-Efficient Direct Vent Wall Furnace

LOUISVILLE TIN AND STOVE COMPANY

Warranty Period

10 Years

10 Years

10 Years

10 Years

10 Years

10 Years

10 Years

10 Years

P.O. Box 2767 - Louisville, Kentucky 40201-2767

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