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Owner's Manual and Instructions
Director™ Construction Heater
MODELS
OUTPUT (Btuh)
CP300CKI
258,700
FUEL
Kerosene
#1, #2 Diesel/
Fuel Oil,
JP-8 or Jet A
Congratulations!
You have purchased the finest indirect fired construction heater available.
Your new L.B. White heater incorporates the benefits from the most experienced
manufacturer of heating products using state-of-the-art technology.
We, at L.B. White, thank you for your confidence in our products and
welcome any suggestions or comments you may have...call us, toll-free,
at (800) 345-7200.
This heater has been tested and evaluated by C.S.A. International in accordance with
the requirements of Standard UL 733 and ANSI A10.10-1990, CAN/CSA B140.0-03
and CSA B140.8-1967 and is listed and approved as a ductable, indirect fired
Kerosene forced air construction heater with application for the temporary heating of
buildings under construction, alteration, or repair.
If you are considering using this heater for any application other than its intended use,
then please contact L.B. White Co.
150-28136
GENERAL HAZARD WARNING
■ Failure to comply with the precautions and instructions provided with this heater, can result in:
— Death
— Serious bodily injury or burns
— Property damage or loss from fire or explosion
— Electrical shock
■ Read this Owner’s Manual before installing or using this product.
■ Only properly-trained service people should repair or install this heater.
■ Save this Owner’s Manual for future use and reference.
■ Owner’s Manuals and replacement labels are available at no charge. For assistance, contact
L.B. White at 800-345-7200.
WARNING
Fire and Explosion Hazard
■ Not for home or recreational vehicle use.
■ Installation of this heater in a home or
recreational vehicle may result in a fire or
explosion.
■ Fire or explosions can cause property
damage or loss of life.
FOR YOUR SAFETY
Do not store or use gasoline or other
flammable vapors and liquids in the vicinity of
this or any other appliance.
WARNING
Fire and Explosion Hazard
■ Keep solid combustibles a safe distance
away from the heater.
■ Solid combustibles include wood, paper, or
plastic products, building materials and
dust.
■ Do not use the heater in spaces which
contain or may contain volatile or airborne
combustibles.
■ Volatile or airborne combustibles include
gasoline, solvents, paint thinner, dust
particles or unknown chemicals.
■ Failure to follow these instructions may
result in a fire or explosion.
■ Fire or explosions can lead to property
damage, personal injury or loss of life.
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Table of Contents
SECTION
PAGE
General Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3
Heater Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4
Safety Precautions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5
Installation Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6
Operation Instructions
Basics of Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8
Fuels . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8
Connecting Thermostat . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9
Start-Up Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10
Shut-Down Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11
Re-set Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11
Maintenance Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11
Cleaning and Storage Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12
Service Instructions
General . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13
Burner Nozzle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13
Fuel Pump . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14
High Limit Switch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14
Setting for High Altitude . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15
Fan and Motor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15
Photocell . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16
Igniters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16
Air Pressure Switch and Tubing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .17
Fuel Filter and Heating Element . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .17
Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18
Electrical Connection Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .21
Heater Component Function . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .22
Parts Identification
Parts Schematic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .23
Parts List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24 & 25
Warranty Policy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .26
Replacement Parts and Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .26
General Information
This Owner's Manual includes all options and accessories
commonly used on this heater.
When calling for technical service assistance, or for other
specific information, always have model number,
configuration number and serial number available. This
information is contained on the dataplate.
This manual will instruct you in the operation and care of
your unit. Have your qualified installer review this manual
with you so that you fully understand the heater and how it
functions.
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The installation, repair and servicing of the heater requires
continuing expert training and knowledge of gas heaters
and should not be attempted by anyone who is not so
qualified. See page 6 for definition of the necessary
qualifications.
Contact your local L.B. White distributor or the L.B. White
Co., Inc. for assistance, or if you have any questions about
the use of the equipment or its application.
The L.B. White Co., Inc. has a policy of continuous product
improvement. It reserves the right to change specifications
and design without notice.
Heater Specifications
Model
CP300CKI
SPECIFICATIONS
Kerosene, #1 #2 Diesel/Fuel Oil, JP-8, Jet A
Fuel Type
Max Input (BTUH)
294,000
Net Output (BTUH)
258,700
Air Flow (Hot) CFM
2,500
Pump Pressure , (PSI)
232
Fuel Tank Capacity (gal.) / Fuel Consumption per Hour (gal.)
27.7/ 2.17
Ball Bearing
Motor Characteristics
1 H.P. / 1,750 RPM
Electrical Supply (Volts/Hz/Phase)
STARTING
Amp Draw
CONTINUOUS
OPERATION
Dimensions (Inches)
L x W x H (w/o wheels )
Minimum Safe
Distances From
Nearest
Combustible
Materials
28.4
6.5
65 x 22 1/4 x 34 1/2
EXHAUST OUTLET TOP
SIDES
BACK
BLOWER
OUTLET
BULK FUEL
STORAGE CONTAINER
Net Weight (lbs.)
Shipping Weight (lbs.)
Minimum Ambient Temperature
in Which Heater May Be Used
Duct Diameter and Maximum Length
Using 1 way Adapter
Using 2 way Adapter
Temperature Rise at 67F.
115/60/1
8 FT
3 ft. 10 in.
3 ft. 10 in.
10 ft.
25
297
352
- 20ºF
16 in. x 75 ft.
2 - 12 in. x 35 ft
126 F.
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Safety Precautions
1. Do not attempt to install, repair, or service this heater
unless you have continuing expert training and
knowledge of liquid fuel heaters.
Qualifications for service and installation of this
equipment are as follows:
To be a qualified liquid fuel heater service person, you
must have sufficient training and experience to handle
all aspects of indirect fired liquid fuel heater
installation, service and repair. This includes the task
of installation, troubleshooting, replacement of
defective parts and testing of the heater. You must be
able to place the heater into a continuing safe and
normal operating condition. You must completely
familiarize yourself with the heater by reading and
complying with the safety instructions, labels, Owner’s
Manual, etc., that is provided with each heater.
2. All installations and applications of L.B. White heaters
must meet all relevant local, state and national
codes. Included are electrical and safety codes. Your
local fuel supplier, a local licensed electrician, the
local fire department or similar government agencies,
or your insurance agent can help you determine code
requirements.
Refer to the following:
-- ANSI/NFPA 70, National Electrical Code.
-- ANSI A10.0, 1990 Latest Edition Safety
Requirements for Temporary and Portable Space
Heating Devices and Equipment Used in
Construction Industry.
3. The area surrounding the heater shall be kept clear
and free from combustible materials, gasoline, and
other flammable vapors and liquids.
4. We cannot anticipate every use which maybe made of
our heaters. Check with the local fire safety authority
if you have questions about applications.
5. For safety, this heater is equipped with fan and high
limit switches. Never operate the heater with any
safety device that has been bypassed. Do not
operate this heater unless these features are fully
functioning.
6. Do not locate fuel containers near the blower outlet of
the heater.
7. Do not block air intakes or discharge outlets of the
heater. Doing so may cause improper combustion or
damage to heater components leading to property
damage.
8. Check for fuel leaks and proper function upon heater
installation, when relocating, and after servicing.
9. This heater should be inspected for proper operation
by a qualified service person before each use, not
less than once per shift, and at least annually.
10. This heater is equipped with a three-prong
(grounding) plug for your protection against shock
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hazard and must be plugged directly into a properly
grounded three-prong receptacle. Failure to use a
properly grounded receptacle can result in electrical
shock, personal injury, or death.
11. Read and understand all warnings. Keep this manual
for reference. It is your guide to safe and proper
operation of this heater.
12. Use only the recommended fuels to avoid risk of fire
or explosion. Never use gasoline, naptha, paint
thinners, alcohol, or other highly flammable fuels.
13. Fueling:
a) Personnel involved with fueling shall be
qualified and thoroughly familiar with the
manufacturer’s instructions and applicable
regulations regarding the safe fueling of heating
units.
b) Use only the type of fuel specified within the
manual.
c) All flame shall be extinguished and the heater
allowed to cool prior to fueling.
d) During fueling, all fuel lines and fuel-line
connections shall be inspected for leaks. Any leaks
shall be repaired prior to returning the heater to
service.
e) At no time shall more than one day’s supply of
heater fuel be stored inside a building in the vicinity
of the heater. Bulk fuel storage shall be outside
the structure.
f) All fuel storage shall be located a minimum of 25
feet from heaters, torches, welding equipment, and
similar sources of ignition (exception: the fuel
reservoir integral with the heater unit).
g) Whenever possible, fuel storage shall be confined
to areas where floor penetrations do not permit
fuel to drip onto or be ignited by a fire at lower
elevation.
h) Fuel storage shall be in accordance with the
authority having jurisdiction.
i)
Fuel storage shall not be permitted within 10 ft. of
floor penetrations used for vertical access unless
separated from the penetration by full masonry
height walls.
14. Use only in areas free of flammable vapors or high
dust content.
15. Locate heater on a stable and level surface while hot
or operating.
16. Never star t heater if fuel has accumulated in
combustion chamber.
17. Heater may star t at any time when used with
thermostat.
18. When heater is moved or stored, it must be in a level
position or fuel spillage may occur.
19. Never move, handle, refuel, or ser vice a hot,
operating, or plugged-in heater.
minimum safe distance is 10 f t. It is fur ther
recommended that these enclosure materials be of a
fire retardant nature. These enclosure materials
shall be securely fastened to prevent them from
igniting or from upsetting the heater due to wind
action.
20. Never attach duct work to rear of heater.
23. Unplug heater when not in use.
21. Follow all local codes if connecting the heater to an
external fuel source.
22. Heaters used in the vicinity of tarpaulins, canvas, or
similar enclosure materials shall be located in safe
distance from such materials. The recommended
24. When the heater is used in an enclosed or partially
enclosed permanent or temporary structure, tests for
the presence of carbon monoxide shall be made
within one hour after the start of each shift, and at
least four hours thereaf ter. Immediate, more
frequent testing may be dictated by job conditions.
Installation Instructions
1. Read all safety precautions and follow L. B. White
recommendations when installing this heater. If
during the installation or relocating of heater, you
suspect that a part is damaged or defective, call a
qualified service agency for repair or replacement.
5. When installed indoors, proper ventilation air must be
supplied to support the combustion of the heater.
Refer to Pg. 4 of this Owner’s Manual, or heater’s
dataplate for ventilation air requirements.
6. Insure all heater accessories have been installed.
2. Install chimney, Part #24311 onto exhaust outlet.
Install raincap, Part #24223 (optional accessory)
onto chimney to protect against water entry when
heater is installed outside. See Fig. 1.
FIG. 1
RAIN CAP
CHIMNEY
CHIMNEY
EXHAUST OUTLET
EXHAUST OUTLET
7. The heater must be installed so as not to interfere
with or obstruct normal exits, emergency exits, doors
and walkways.
8. Railing, fencing or suitable substitute materials must
be used to keep the heating equipment from any
people using and visiting the structure.
9. The unit shall be located so that rain, ice, or snow
drainage from the structure does not af fect
equipment operation. The heater must be mounted
above any pooled or standing water. A surrounding
trench is recommended to drain any rain, ice or snow
away from the unit.
10. The ground and surrounding terrain must be cleared
of any combustible vegetation and other combustible
materials when the heater is used.
11. Eventually, like all electrical/mechanical devices, the
thermostat can fail. Thermostat failure may result in
an underheating condition. The thermostat should be
tested to make sure it turns the heater on and off
within a temperature differential of ±3°F.
12. Take time to understand how to operate and maintain
the heater by using this Owner’s Manual. Make sure
you know how to shut off the power supply to the
heater.
3. This heater may be installed either indoors or
outdoors. For indoor installations, the heater must
be vented to outside. See Figs. 2 & 3 on page 7 for
chimney set-up and installation.
4. The heater may be ducted. Use only 20 ft. flexible
duct, part #24220, and duct adapter, part #26986.
Both parts are optional accessories. Do not use any
other length of duct, field fabricated ducts, or
adapters, stove pipes, etc. Locate the duct under
suitable wind barrier materials for jobsite
requirements.
13. Any defects found in performing any of the service or
maintenance procedures must be eliminated and
defective parts replaced immediately. The heater
must be retested by properly qualified service
personnel before placing the heater back into use.
EXTENSION CORD WIRE SIZE REQUIREMENTS
FOR DIRECTOR 300
■ 6 to 100 ft. long, use 14 AWG rated cord
■ 101 to 200 ft. long, use 12 AWG rated cord
■ 201 to 300 ft. long, use 10 AWG rated cord
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FIG. 2 VENTING TO EXISTING CHIMNEY
A
FIG. 3 VENTING TO OUTSIDE THROUGH WALL
A
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A)
B)
C)
D)
E)
Minimal 3 ft.
Minimal 3 ft.
The shortest
The same or bigger than the stacks outlet
diameter
Minimal 3 ft.
1) Anti-wind device provided
with the heater
2) Horizontal crossing with minimal upside angle pitch of 5º
3) Chimney 8 in. x 8 in. of minimal inside measure
4) Chimney anti-explosion flap door
5) External seating wall
Note: The above information is a recommendation only. Have
your installation checked by local authority.
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Operation Instructions
BASICS OF OPERATION
THE FUEL SYSTEM
The motor turns the fuel pump. The fuel pump pulls fuel
from the fuel tank. The fuel pump pushes fuel through a
filter and a solenoid valve and out the burner head nozzle.
A fine mist of fuel is sprayed into the combustion chamber.
THE AIR SYSTEM
The motor turns the fan while at the same time operating
the pump. The fan creates air pressure, closing the air
pressure switch, which delivers power to the solenoid for
supply of fuel to the burner nozzle.
Additionally, the fan is also responsible for pushing the air
into and around the combustion chamber. This air is
heated and provides a stream of clean, dry, hot air.
THE IGNITION SYSTEM
The electronic ignitor sends voltage to the spark plug. The
spark plug ignites the fuel and air mixture.
THE FLAME-OUT CONTROL SYSTEM
This system causes the heater to shut down if the flame
goes out. It also allows the fan to continue running after
normal shutdown of heater. This cools the combustion
chamber.
FIG. 4 Handling instructions
FUELS
Heavier fuels such as #1, #2 Diesel, JP-8, opr Jet A may be
used. Using heavier fuels other than kersoene may result in
in:
■
Clogged fuel filter and nozzle
■
Carbon build-up on spark plug
■
■
Dark smoke from stack
The need of non-toxic anti-icer in fuel during very
cold weather.
Use a KEROSENE ONLY storage container. Be sure storage
container is clean. Foreign matter such as rust, dirt, or
water will cause flame-out control to shut down heater.
Foreign matter may also require you to clean fuel system
often.
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CONNECTING THERMOSTAT
(Accessory - Part #27508)
a) Push latch away from thermostat socket on control
panel and remove cover from thermostat socket.
See Fig.5a
b) Connect thermostat plug to socket. Lock plug to
socket using latch. See Fig. 5b.
FIG. 5 a.
LATCH
COVER
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FIG. 5 b.
Start-Up Instructions
1.
Follow all ventilation and safety information.
6.
When in normal operation, the Ignition control reset
button with lamp emits a GREEN light.
2.
Ensure electrical supply conforms to data plate
requirments.
7.
When the unit is started for the first time or is started
after the fuel tank has been totally emptied, the flow
of fuel may be impaired by air in the circuit. The
ignition control will shut the heater down. It may be
necessary to restart the heater once or twice by
depressing the “Reset” button. To ease starting,
remove the canister bottom from the pump’s fuel filter
and fill with fuel. Reassemble the filter.
3.
Fill tank with fuel.
4.
Connect heater to an approved electrical supply.
5.
The heater may be operated with or without
thermostat.
Without thermostat:,
-- Push the top of the ON/OFF switch ( l ) to ON. The
motor will start, followed by ignition.
-- The heater will operate until the switch is positioned
to OFF.
With thermostat,
-- Connect thermostat per instructions in this manual.
-- Push the bottom of the ON/OFF switch (ll) to ON.
-- The heater will start when thermostat is set above
surrounding air temperature.
FIG. 6
ON/OFF SWITCH
RESET BUTTON WITH
CONTROL LAMP
THERMOSTAT SOCKET POWER INDICATOR LIGHT
AND COVER
POWER CORD
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Shut-Down Instructions
CAUTION
■ Do not unplug the heater while heater is in operation.
■ The heater must go through cooling cycle. The cooling
cycle allows motor and fan operation after the burner
has shut down. This cools the combustion chamber.
■ Damage to heater can occur if combustion chamber is
not cooled.
■ Do not restart heater until cooling cycle is complete.
1. Turn thermostat dial to lowest temperature setting.
This will shut the burner off. The motor will continue
to run for 90 seconds. This allows the fan to cool the
combustion chamber. When the cooling cycle is
finished, the motor will stop.
2. Unplug extension cord from outlet.
3. To temporarily stop heater, set thermostat at a
temperature lower than air around heater. Heater will
cycle back on if air temperature around heater
matches thermostat setting.
Re-set Instructions
Reset of the heater is required if the heater has failed in its
ignition attempt.
RED light is observed at reset button:
-- Position the ON/OFF switch to OFF.
-- Push the reset button
-- Red light goes out.
-- Push the ON/OFF switch to ON position (depending
if thermostat is used)
-- Heater begins ignition trial.
-- Light will turn GREEN once ignition is achieved..
Maintenance Instructions
1. Check all wiring associated terminals and electrical
components within the heater for corrosion, frayed or
cut insulation, tight connections, etc. Repair or
replace as necessary.
2. Review all heater markings (i.e. wiring diagram,
warnings, start-up, shut-down, etc.) at the time of
maintenance for legibility. Make sure none are cut,
torn, or otherwise damaged. Any damaged markings
must be replaced immediately by contacting the L.B.
White Co., Inc. Dataplates, start-up and shut-down
instructions and warnings are available at no cost. A
nominal charge will be applied for wiring diagrams.
3. Inspect all fuel supply lines for cracks, abrasions, or
ruptures. Replace if needed.
4. The heater should be tagged and removed from
service if it shows evidence of damage that is a
safety or health hazard.
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5. Refer to the following preventative maintenance
schedule:
Item
Maintenance Schedule
Fuel tank
Flush every 50 hours of
operation or as needed
Fuel filter assembly
Clean twice a heating season
or replace as needed
Fuel filter lines
Check and tighten loose
connections before each use
Ignitors
Clean and regap every
300 hours of operation or
replace if needed
Fan blades and
air deflectors
Clean each season or
as needed
Air passages
around burner head
Check each season for dirt
and debris. Remove debris
with a clean, soft cloth.
Cleaning and Storage Instructions
WARNING
Fire, Burn, and Explosion Hazard
■ This heater contains electrical and mechanical components in the fuel management, and safety systems.
■ Such components may become inoperative or fail due to dust, dirt, wear and aging.
■ Periodic cleaning and inspection as well as proper maintenance are essential to avoid serious injury or property
damage.
CLEANING
The heater should have dirt or dust removed periodically:
a. Before each use give the heater a general cleaning
using compressed air or a soft brush or dry rag on
its case and internal components. At this time,
dust off the motor case to prevent the motor from
over-heating.
b. At least once a year, give the heater a thorough
cleaning. At this time, remove the fan and motor
assembly and brush or blow off the fan blade
assembly. Additionally, make sure the burner air
venturi port is free of dust accumulation.
STORAGE
1. Drain all fuel from fuel filters, fuel lines, and pump.
WARNING
Do not use a pressure washer, water, or liquid cleaning
solution on any heater controls. Use of a pressure
washer, water, or liquid cleaning solution on the control
components can cause severe personal injur y or
property damage due to water and/or liquids:
■ In electrical components, and wires causing electrical
shock or equipment failure.
■ On fuel pump and hose connections causing corrosion
which can result in fuel leaks and fire or explosion from
the leak.
Clean all components of the heater with pressurized air,
a dry brush, or a dry cloth.
7. Remove drain plug and drain fuel tank. Replace drain
plug.
2. Clean and flush fuel filter and canister.
8. Properly dispose of old and dirty fuel.
3. Remove drain plug and drain fuel tank. Replace drain
plug.
4. If any debris is noted in old fuel, add 1 or 2 quarts of
clean kerosene to tank, stir, and drain again. This will
prevent debris from clogging filters during future use.
Install fuel cap and drain plug.
9. Store heater in a dry location. Make sure storage
place is free of dust and corrosive fumes.
Do not store kerosene over summer months for use during
next heating season. Using old fuel could damage heater.
5. Add 2 gallons of recommended fuel to fuel tank.
Replace fuel cap.
6. Operate heater for 5 minutes (See Star t Up
Instructions). Shut heater down, let it cool completely.
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Service Instructions
GENERAL
3.
The high limit, thermostat, and air pressure switch can
be tested by disconnecting the leads at the
component, and jumpering the leads together:
WARNING
Burn Hazard
■ Heater surfaces are hot for a period of time after the
--
Reconnect the electrical supply and open fuel
supply valves.
■ Allow the heater to cool before performing service,
--
■ Failure to follow this warning will result in burns
If the heater lights, the component is defective
and must be replaced.
--
Do not leave the jumper on or operate the heater if
the par t is defective. Replace the par t
immediately.
--
An alternate method for checking the components
is to perform a continuity check.
heater has been shut down.
maintenance, or cleaning.
causing injury.
WARNING
Fire and Explosion Hazard
■ Do not disassemble or attempt to repair any heater
components.
■ All component parts must be replaced if defects are
5.
All serviceable components such as the burner, high
limit, switch,pump, motor, fan, and photocell are
accessed by removing the upper shell at the fan end
of the heater. Electrical components,such as ignition
module,on/off switch, relay, and ignition transformer,
are accessed by opening the control box on the heater.
found.
■ Failure to follow this warning will result in fire, causing
property damage, injury, or death.
1.
Disconnect the electrical supply before servicing
unless necessary for your service procedure.
6.
Disconnect the electrical leads for the respective
component.
2.
Clean the heater’s nozzle with compressed air or a
soft, dry rag. Do not use files, drills, broaches, etc. to
clean the nozzle hole. Doing so will enlarge the hole,
causing combustion or ignition problems. Replace the
nozzle if it cannot be cleaned properly.
7.
For reassembly, reverse the respective service
procedure. Ensure fuel connections are tightened
securely.
8.
After servicing, start the heater to ensure proper
operation.
BURNER NOZZLE
-- If cleaning out nozzle, remove the fuel line from
the nozzle inlet as shown in Fig. 7. Blow out with
air.
-- If removing nozzle from burner, proceed as follows.
1. Disconnect the fuel line, ignition cables, and photo cell
from burner head. Loosen the three nuts at burner head.
and remove head from heat chamber. See Fig.7.
FIG. 7
2. Remove the nut as shown in Fig.8.
3. Remove nozzle with manifold and turbo disc from
head.See Fig.9.
4. Loosen screw securing turbo disc to manifold. See Fig.9.
5. Remove the nozzle from the manifold.
FIG. 9
FIG. 8
TURBO DISC
IGNITION
CABLES
NUT
NUT
NOZZLE
PHOTO
CELL
13
FUEL LINE
FUEL PUMP
Removal
1. Disconnect fuel supply line from pump.
2. Using a 2.5 mm. allen key, loosen the three set screws
where pump slides to motor shell. See Fig. 10.
4. To adjust pressure use 4mm allen wrench at adjustment
screw, lower left of the pump, marked “-” and the “+” .
Turn the allen head clockwise towards the “+” to increase
the pressure. Turn counter clockwise towards the “-” to
decrease pressure. See Fig.11.
FIG. 11
3. Pull pump assembly from motor. Ensure pump coupling is
in good condition.
4. Disconnect solenoid valve lead from pump.
PRESSURE GAUGE
ADJUST
PRESSURE
FIG. 10
SET SCREW
COUPLING
Maintenance
-- Before use, remove the filter using a 4 mm. allen key
and check for debris. See Fig.12.
-- Rinse the filter with clean kerosene.
Checking Pressure
FIG. 12
1. Remove pressure gauge plug from fuel pump port as
shown in Fig.11, located in the upper right hand corner of
the pump. Use a 4 mm allen wrench.
2. Install a pressure gauge that has 1/8-28 BSP (British
Straight Pipe) threads to the fuel port marked “P”. See
Fig. 12. ( If 1/8 in. NPT is used, apply some pipe thread
compund to the threads)
3. Start heater (See Start-Up). Allow motor to reach full
speed. Pump pressure must be that given on dataplate
or Pg. 4 of Owner’s Manual.
HIGH LIMIT SWITCH
Mounted on the heat chamber near the burner head,
the high limit is a normally closed switch that opens
if the burn chamber reaches abnormally high
temperatures, cutting power to the gas solenoid valve.
The switch may be tested by applying a soft flame for
about 20 seconds to the sensing side of the switch
Check for continuity before and after flame application
to determine if the switch has opened. Allow the
switch to cool. Recheck continuity to ensure the switch
has closed.
FIG. 13
HIGH LIMIT
14
SETTING FOR HIGH ALTITUDE
Set the air adjustment collar at the burner to compensate for
change in altitude. The heater is set from the factory to
operate at 1,000 ft. above sea level. Failure to set the
burner’s air opening will result in smoke being emitted from
the vent stack during operation.
FIG. 14
Loosen the wing screw at the burner head and slide the
adjustmewnt collar accordingly to these opening sizes in
the table below. Note that these are approximate. The
opening should be increased or decreased as
necessary to prevent the heater from emitting smoke.
Air Opening Setting
Altitude
6 mm.
2,000’- 3,000’
7 mm.
4,000’- 5,000’
9 mm.
6,000’- 7,000
WING SCREW
AIR OPENING
FAN AND MOTOR
1. Remove the fan guard from the heater.
2. Using a 4 mm. allen key, loosen the set screw at the
fan hub. See Fig. 15.
FIG. 15
3. Slide the fan from the motor shaft.
SET SCREW
4.. Disconnect the wiring for the motor and the capacitor
from the junction box at the motor.
1.2
5
5. Remove the pump from the end of the motor opposite
the fan. (see Pump Service Instructions)
6. Remove all screws securing the motor to its support.
See Fig.16.
NOTES: a. Ensure fan hub is spaced 1.25 inches from
shaft end. See Fig.15.
FIG.16
b. Fan set screw must be located directly
over the shaft flat before tightening.
REMOVE ALL
15
PHOTOCELL
1. Remove the photocell by firmly grasping its body and
pulling it from its holder. See Fig. 17.
2.
FIG. 17
Ensure tab on photocell body is firmly pushed within
slot of holder at reassembly to lock photcell in place
Cleaning
-- Disconnect photcell from holder.
-- Using a clean dry cloth, wipe lens of photocell.
Testing the photocell:
-- Disconnect electrical leads of photocell.
-- Connect ohm meter between leads.
-- Note resistance of photocell. Ohm meter should read
anywhere from 50 to 60 k ohm.
-- Shine a bright light (flash light) at the photocell lens.
-- Resistance should drop to anywhere from 2 - 4 k
ohm. If no change in resistance, the photo cell is
defective and should be replaced.
PHOTOCELL
IGNITERS
Cleaning and Checking Gap
a. Loosen nuts at burner head.See Fig.18.
b. Remove head from heat chamber.
c. Clean the igniter tips using emery cloth.
d. Ensure proper gap.See Fig.19
FIG. 19
Replacement.
-- Follow steps a and b above.
-- Remove the ignition cables and igniter mounting
screws.
-- Ensure proper igniter gap after servicing.
FIG. 18
NUT
SCREWS
X
Y
Z
5/32 in (.157 in.) 3/32 in. (.0938 ) 5/32 in. (.157)
IGNITION CABLES
16
AIR PRESSURE SWITCH AND TUBING
■ The air pressure switch is mounted to the inside of a
FIG. 21
small access panel at the fan end of the heater. See Fig.
20.
■ Ensure the switches flexible tubes and fittings are not
blocked with dust/dir t or pinched. Tubes must be
securely connected to the pressure switch and fittings.
■ The tube fittings are located at the exterior below the fan
(See Fig. 21) and in the lower barrel of the heater near a
wiring exit hole, see Fig. 22. Ensure this fitting is
positioned as shown.
LOW PRESSURE FITTING
(TUBE RUNS TO LOWER
BARB ON SWITCH
■ The tube connected to the fitting below the fan guard is
connected to the barbed connection on lower section of
the switch. The tube connected to the fitting at the lower
barrel is connected to the barb on the upper section.
FIG. 20
FIG. 22
HIGH PRESSURE FITTING
(TUBE CONNECTED TO
UPPER BARB ON SWITCH)
RED WIRE TO NORMALLY OPEN
(NO +) TERMINAL ON SWITCH
WHITE WIRE TO
TERMINAL C
HIGH PRESSURE
TUBE CONNECTED
TO UPPER BARB ON SWITCH.
FUEL FILTER WITH HEATING ELEMENT
1. Loosen the bolt at the top of the fuel filter
housing.
2. Remove filter from housing bowl and clean as
necessary with fresh fuel. Replace filter if
necessary.
3. Ensure filter gasket and bowl o-ring are in good
condition and properly located prior to
reassembly. Tighten the bowl to the housing
securely. A defective o-ring will prevent proper
suction of fuel from the bowl.
■ The fuel bowl should start feeling warm to
touch within the first few minutes of
connecting the heater to the power supply.
■ If the element does not warm up by this
time, check element continuity. If defective,
replace complete bowl and filter assembly.
-- Heating element is not available
as a separate part.
17
FIG. 23
BOLT
FILTER GASKET
O-RING
Troubleshooting Information
READ THIS ENTIRE SECTION BEFORE BEGINNING TO
TROUBLESHOOT PROBLEMS.
WARNING
■ This heater can start at any time.
■ Troubleshooting this system may require operating the
heater with line voltage present. Use caution when
working on the heater.
■ Failure to follow this warning may result in property
damage, personal injury or death.
This guide is intended for use by a QUALIFIED HEATER
SERVICE PERSON. DO NOT ATTEMPT TO SERVICE THESE
HEATERS UNLESS YOU HAVE BEEN PROPERLY TRAINED.
TEST EQUIPMENT REQUIRED
The following pieces of test equipment will be required to
troubleshoot this system with minimal time and effort.
• Digital Multimeter - for measuring AC voltage and resistance.
• High Pressure Gauge - for checking pressures at the fuel pump
against dataplate rating.
■ Visually inspect equipment for apparent damage.
■ Check all wiring for loose connections and worn
insulation.
Components should be replaced only after each step has
been completed and replacement is suggested in the flow
chart. Refer to the Servicing sections as necessary to obtain
information on disassembly and replacement procedures of
the component once the problem is identified by the flow
chart.
Refer to the system operation sequence in this section to gain
an understanding as to how the heater operates during a call
for heat. Understanding the sequence of operation is
important as it relates to problem solving.
If the heater is operating and ignition failure occurs, the
heater will attempt one retrial for ignition. If the retry fails, the
heater locksout, with the reset button emitting a red light
If RED light is observed at reset button:
-- Heater has failed ignition attempt
TO RESET
-- Position the ON/OFF switch to OFF.
-- Push and release the reset button.
-- Red light goes out.
-- Push the ON/OFF switch to ON position (depending
if thermostat is used)
-- Heater begins ignition cycle
-- Light will turn GREEN.
-- If ignition failure occurs and light turns RED, observe
ignition sequence to determine cause of
failure.
Problems
Page
Motor does not run, heater does not light. . . . . . . . . . . . . .19
Motor runs,heater ignites, emits smoke. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .19
Motor runs, igniter does not spark . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20
Motor runs, ignitor sparks, heater does not light.
or lights but goes out . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20
Motor shuts off immediately after burner shuts down . .20
OPERATION SEQUENCE:
-- Power cord is connected to line voltage.
-- Line voltage is sent to fuse.
-- Fuse sends voltage to:
- Indicator lamp
- Heated fuel filter
- Relay
- ON/OFF switch
-- ON/OFF switch set to on.
-- Power sent to thermostat (if used)
-- Thermostat closes and voltage is returned from thermostat
to ignition control. (GREEN light comes on from reset)
-- Ignition control sends voltage to motor relay.
-- Relay closes
- Sends power to fan motor.
- Fan motor starts
- Fan motor turns pump, creating fuel pressure
-- Ignition control module sends voltage to ignition transformer
and to solenoid valve
-- Ignition transformer sends high voltage to igniters
- Ignitors spark
-- Solenoid valve opens
-- Ignition occurs
- Ignitor continues to spark until photocell proves
flame.
- Ignitor stops sparking.
-- Thermostat opens once heat demand is satisfied
-- Ignition control keeps the fan motor running for 90 seconds
to allow a cool down cycle for the heat chamber.
- Ignition control shuts off fan motor
-- Proces begins again on a call for heat
IGNITION FAILURE SEQUENCE:
-- Trial for ignition takes approximately 20 seconds.
-- If photocell does not prove burner flame exists:
-- Fuel solenoid valves close.
-- Ignition spark shuts off.
-- Fan motor stops.
-- RED light comes on from reset.
-- To retry for ignition, the system must be reset:
-- Refer to Reset Instructions
18
19
No
Are air inlet and
outlet free of
blockages?
No
No
Check for correct
pressure.
No
No
Yes
Yes
No
Is
proper voltage
supplied to power
cord?
Yes
No
Is relay receiving
voltage from
ignition control?
No
Have fuel lines
been checked for
leaks?
No
Are fuel and filter
clean
No
Yes
Yes
Check o-ring. If defective,
replace it.
No
Is fuel filter
o-ring in
good
condition?
Defective relay.
Yes
Yes
Defective
motor or
capacitor
Check fuse for continuity. If
none, replace fuse.
No
Does fuse deliver
proper voltage?
Is relay sending
power to fan motor?
Drain and refill with clean
fuel. Check filter and filter
bowl. Clean with fresh
kerosene.
Yes
Yes
Determine electrical requirements of
heater. Ensure it matches power
supply. Check wiring of power supply
to heater.
Yes
Check the fuel lines for
tightness. If tight, check
for leaks. Replace if leaks
are found
Water condensation in fuel
tank. Drain and fill with
fresh fuel.
Verify collar
setting. and air
opening.
Yes
No
Does thermostat
send out voltage
received from
ON/OFF switch?
Set the thermostat to a
temeprature setting
above room temperature
No
Is
thermostat set to
call for heat?
Check thermostat for continuity. Check for proper wiring
integrity. If good, replace
Replace if defective.
ignition control.
Yes
Yes
Is air adjustment collar
on burner set to proper
setting for altitude?
Is pump pressure set
to requirements?
Yes
Remove nozzle and clean
it with pressurized air.
Yes
No
Move the
selector switch
to the ON
position.
Replace the switch.
Remove blockages
Has nozzle been
checked for
blockage?
Motor runs,
heater ignites,
but emits smoke
Yes
Is
selector
switch set to
ON?
Is ON/OFF switch
sending out power
when postioned to
ON?
Plug heater in.
No
Is heater
plugged in?
Defective wiring or
electrical connection.
Repair as needed.
No
Does relay
receive power
when heater
is plugged in?
Motor does not
run on call
for heat
Problem
Yes
Reconnect heater to
its power supply and
reset the heater
No
Is heater
connected to its
power supply?
Check for proper pressure.
Ensure motor is operating
properly. Check condition of
coupling between pump and
motor. If motor and coupling
are good, and pump pressure
cannot be set, replace pump.
No
Has pump
pressure been
checked?
Determine electrical
requirements of heater.
Ensure it matches power
supply. Check wiring of power
supply to heater.
No
Is heater
recieving proper
voltage ?
Motor shuts off
immediately after call
for heat is satisfied
Motor runs,
igniter sparks,
heater does not
light, or lights
and goes out
Motor runs,
Igniter does
not spark.
Problem
20
Yes
Yes
Yes
Defective
ignition control.
Replace control.
No
Yes
Check tubes and
fittings. If necessary
remove and blow out
with air.
No
No
Is
ignition
transformer
sending out high
voltage?
Yes
No
Is
ignitor insulator
cracked?
ignitor.
Yes Replace
No
Are air pressure
switch tubes securely
connected to proper
ports at air pressure
switch?
Yes
Yes
Check for contiuity or
jumper the switch. if
switch is open or heater
ignites after bypassing
the switch,replace switch
No
Is high limit heat
switch closed ?
No
Are air tube
fittings properly
positioned?
Ensure good electrical
connections. If good,
replace valve.
No
check photocell.
Replace if
defective.
Yes burner goes out,
If fuel ignites but
Ensure fittings are
positioned according to
illustrations in manual.
Does solenoid
valve open?
Verify tubes are secure and properly
connected.
Yes
Check both ignition ltransformer leads
for continuity. If leads are
Has
Check the ignitor
good,determine if ignition transformer ignitor assembly Yes
gap. Refer to
is sending high voltage.:
been cleaned?
ignitor gapping
-- Disconnect solenoid valve wiring.
instructions in this
-- Remove ignition leads from ignitor
manual.
--Hold a screwdriver tip about 1/8 in.
No
from ends of both leads.
-- Turn heater on.
Clean the ignitor
-- Spark should be seen from both
electrodes. Use emery
leads. If none, replace ignition
cloth.
transformer.
Yes
Are air pressure tubes
and fittings clean?
Are air pressure
switch contacts
closed?
Yes
Check for proper voltage
from control module to
ignition transformer. Check
all wiring connections. If
control board is not
sending voltage to ignition
transformer, replace
ignition control module.
No
Is ignition
transformer
receiving proper
voltage from control
module?
Start the heater. Check
continuity across switch
terminals. If contacts are open,
jumper the switch. If heater
ignites, the switch is defective.
Yes
Securely attach the
case at fan end to
heater.
No
Is upper case at fan
end securely fastened
to heater?
Ensure leads are
connected at ignition
transformer and
ignfitor.
No
Are ignition
transformer leads
securely connected?
Electrical Connection
NEUTRAL
AUTO RESET
LIMIT SWITCH
21
Heater Component Function
Air Pressure Switch
Safety device used to insure that the proper air flow is being
achieved as the gas solenoid is opened.
Burner
Mounted to the rear of the combustion chamber. The burner
meters and mixes the amount of air entering the chamber to
obtain proper combustion charactersitcs.
Fan Blade Assembly
Component used in conjunction with the motor to push the
cool air over the heat exchanger for transfer of heat before
blowing it into the occupied area.
Filter
The purpose of the filter is to trap very small particles which
may be present in in the fuel system. The high degree of
filtering is necessary to prevent foreign materials from
entering the burner nozzle.
Fuel Heating Element
Ensures the fuel being supplied to the pump remains in
liquid form even when the heater is used on cold days.
Heat Exchanger
Sealed combustion chamber over which cool air passes for
heat transfer. Also provides an area where burner flame
mixes with combustion air, thereby providing heat.
High Limit Switch
Safety device wired into the control system, used to break
the electrical circuit to the solenoid valve in the event of an
overheat situation.
Igniter
Ignition device used on automatic direct spark ignition
control systems. Ignites fuel by spark.
Ignition Control
Cicuit board which sends voltages to various controls in an
automatic ignition system, and monitors safe operation of
the heater. The device also incorporates a reset which must
be pushed to restart the heater if ignition fails
Ignition Transformer
Receives 120 volts from the ignition module and then
boosts it to a very high voltage at the ignitor causing the fuel
sprayed from the nozzle to ignite.
Motor
Electric device used to force preheated air through the
heater and to circulate heat within a certain area. Converts
electrical energy into mechanical energy. Drives the pump
and rotates the fan.
Nozzle
Sprays the fuel under pressure from the pump. .
On/Off Switch
Simple electrical device used to supply power to the ignition
control for heater operation.
Photocell
A light senstive resistor. Used to sense the presence of light
in the combsution chamber, allowing the heater to continue
its operation.
Pump
Connected to the motor shaft by a coupling, the pump pulls
fuel from the tank and forces it to the nozzle under pressure
for ignition when the fan motor is in operation.
Relay
Electrical component wired between ignition control and
motor. Used to feed voltage to motor upon receipt of voltage
from ignition control.
Solenoid Valve
Electro-megnetic device mounted on the pump body. The
solenoid acts as an on/off valve for fuel flow to the burner
nozzle. On this heater, there are two solenoid valves,
creating two stages of heat.
Thermostat
Electrical device used as an automatic “on/off” switch which
will respond to changes in temperature in a certain area.
Can be wired so contacts in the thermostat open or close on
temperature increase or decrease.
22
Parts Identification
PARTS SCHEMATIC
5
2
1
4
69
6
70
71
36 37
B
13
14 78
15 14
38
3
A
39
8
35
16
9
10
34
11
B
12
7
55
59
77
56
32
60
54
78
78
74
58
57
63
33
75
61
31
62
16
18
22
74
73
31
45
46
44
43
24
42
41
17
19
20
A
21
76
65
61
30
40
29
64
53
26
47
52
28
66
67
23
25
18
17
68
27
14
50
72 49
51
24
23
PARTS LIST
Item
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
Outlet cone
Chimney 150mm
Combustion chamber support
Combustion chamber
Exhaust end upper case
Fan end upper case
Lower case
Motor w/capicitor
Capacitor 80 uF
Motor flange
Axial fan
Fan guard
Fuel line with fittings
Hose fitting
Filter support
Fuel line
Handle and leg
Plug
Fuel line 1/4 x 24 in.
Siphon tube and fitting
Fitting,siphon tube
Cord bracket
Fuel tank with cap
Fuel cap (standard)
(with fuel gauge)
Axle with supports
Support, axle
Wheel wtih spring washer
Spring washer
Drain plug with o ring
O ring for drain plug
Electrical componets compartment assembly
Control box cover
Bushing
High limit switch
Washers for limit switch
Burner head
Terminal,burner ground
Altitude adjustment collar
Air diverter
Electrical drawer
Fuse holder
Fuse
Terminal block
Relay
Terminal strip
Ignition transformer
Ignition control
Electrical components plate
Switch ON/OFF
Thermostat plug
* Bold Item Numbers Indicate Immediate Parts Availability.
Description
572392
572393
572600
572599
572396
572397
572598
572399
572601
572401
572402
570449
572602
572403
572645
572597
572391
572728
572388
572387
572644
572404
572384
572386
572647
572385
572642
572383
572643
572382
572646
572606
572381
572638
570887
572639
572604
572611
572608
572607
572605
572372
570086
572610
570132
572609
572612
572613
572614
572366
572615
24
PARTS LIST (cont.)
* Bold Item Numbers Indicate Immediate Parts Availability.
51
Thermostat cap
52
Power cord
53
Indicator lamp
54
Nozzle
55
Burner disc
56
Ignitor
57
Nut,
58
Nozzle manifold
59
Burner flange
60
Ignition cables,high voltage
61
Fuel line
62
Photocell
63
Holder, photocell
64
Pump
65
Solenoid spool
66
Solenoid valve
67
Hose Fitting
68
Coupling
69
Heated fuel filter assembly
70
O ring / gasket kit for fuel filter
71
Fuel Filter with o ring and gasket
72
Reset switch cover
73
Air pressure swich
74
Tubing air pressure switch
75
Straight connection
76
Solenoid valve cable
77
Connection, 1/8 in.
78
Connection
25
572365
572364
572363
572616
572617
572618
572619
572620
572621
572622
572355
572623
572624
572625
572626
572627
572355
572356
572389
572640
572354
572628
572630
572631
572632
572633
572634
572635
Warranty Policy
EQUIPMENT
L.B. White Co., Inc. warrants that the component parts of its
heater are free from defects in material and workmanship,
when properly installed, operated, and maintained in
accordance with the Owner’s Manual safety guides and
labels contained with each unit. If, within 12 months from
the date of purchase by the end user, any component is
found to be defective, L.B. White Co., Inc. will at its option,
repair or replace the defective part or heater, with a new
par t or heater, F.O.B., Onalaska, Wisconsin.
A warranty card on file at L.B. White will automatically
qualify the heater and its component parts for warranty
consideration. If a warranty card is not on file, a copy of the
bill of sale will be required to establish warranty
qualification. If neither is available, the warranty period will
be 12 months from date of shipment from L B. White.
PARTS
L.B. White Co., Inc. warrants that replacement parts
purchased from the company and used on the appropriate
L. B. White heater are free from defects both in material and
workmanship for 12 months from the date of purchase by
the end user. Warranty is automatic if a component is found
defective within 12 months of the date code marked on the
part. If the defect occurs more than 12 months later than
the date code but within 12 months from the date of
purchase by the end user, a copy of a bill of sale will be
required to establish warranty qualification.
The warranty set forth above is the exclusive warranty
provided by L.B. White, and all other warranties, including
any implied warranties or merchantability or fitness for a
particular purpose, are expressly disclaimed. In the event
any implied warranty is not hereby effectively disclaimed
due to operation of law, such implied warranty is limited in
duration to the duration of the applicable warranty stated
above. The remedies set forth above are the sole and
exclusive remedies available hereunder. L.B. White will not
be liable for any incidental or consequential damages
directly or indirectly related to the sale, handling or use of
the heater, and in any event L.B. White's liability in
connection with the heater, including for claims based on
negligence or strict liability, is limited to the purchase price.
Some states do not allow limitations on how long an implied
warranty lasts, so the above limitation may not apply to you.
Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of
incidental or consequential damages, so the above
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 state to state.
Replacement Parts and Service
Contact your local L.B. White dealer for replacement parts
and service or call the L.B. White Co., Inc. at (800) 3457200 for assistance. Be sure that you have your heater
model number and configuration number when calling.
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