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INSTALLATION AND OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS P / N 80900 - H REV . 01 / 05 GAS VC201A - H VC351A - H VC501A - H VC701A - H _ VCR501A - H VCR701A - H GAS VC202A - H VC352A - H VC502A - H VC702A - H IVCR352A - H VCR502A - H VCR702A - H This appliance is equipped with a safety control system designed to protect against improper venting of combustion products . THIS UNIT IS NOT TO BE INSTALLED IN MOBILE HOMES . 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 flalr _ nable vapors and liquids in the vicinity of this or any other appliance . RADIANT FRONT WHAT TO DO IF YOU SMELL GAS : â¢ Do not try to light any appliance . â¢ Do not touch any electrical switch ; do not use any phone in your building . â¢ hnmediately call your gas supplier from a neighbor's phone . Follow the gas supplier's instructions . â¢ If you cannot reach your gas supplier , call the fire department . CLOSEDFRONT INSTALLATION AND SERVICE MUST BE PERFORMED BY A QUALIFIED INSTALLER , to the heat exchanger may smoke slightly SERVICE AGENCY OR THE GAS SUPPLIER . upon initial firing . Provide adequate venti - The coating selected to provide longer life lation if this occurs . WARNING : Operation of this heater when not connected to a properly installed and maintained venting system or tampering with the vent safety shut - off system can result in Carbon Monoxide ( CO ) poisoning and possible death . 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 warranD T and may create unsafe conditions .
TABLE OF CONTENTS RADIANTS & GLASS PANELS . . . . . . . . . . . 8 SPECIFICATIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 BURNER ORIFICE & ORIFICE CHART . . . . . . . . . . 8 INTRODUCTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 PROPER BURNER FLAME . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 VENTING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3,4 MAINTENANCE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 GASStJPPLY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 LIGHTINGINSTRUCTIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 LOCATION & SPECIAL PRECAI _ IONS 5 TROUBLE SHOOTINGCHART . . . . . . . . . . . . 11,12 COMBUSTION & VENTILATION AIR . . . . 6 BLOWER INSTRUCTIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 CLEARANCES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 TSK WALL STAT KIT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 DRAFTD1VERTER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 PARTSDRAWING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 IX ) ORKNOB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 PARTSPRICE LIST . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 PILOTADJUSTMENT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 WARRANTY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 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 , with the latest edition of National Fuel Gas Code , ANSI . Z223 . 1 , or CAN1 - B 149 ) . The appliance , when installed , must be electrically grounded in accordance with local codes , or in the absence of local codes , with the latest edition of National Electrical Code ANSI / NFPA 70 , or Canadian Electrical Code CSA - C22 . 1 . All of the ANSI and NFPA standards referred to in these installation instructions are the ones that were applicable at the time the design of this appliance was certified . The ANSI standards are available from the American Gas Association , 1515 Wilson Blvd . , Arlington , VA . 22209 . The NFPA standards are available from the national Fire Protection Association , 60 Batterymarch Street , Boston , Massachusetts 02110 . Canadian standards are available from International Approval Services , 178 Rexdale Boulevard , Etobicoke , Ontario , Canada M9W 1R3 . The design of this appliance was certified to comply with ANSI Z21 . 11.1 vented room heaters and CAN1 - 2.1 - M86 . Installer must leave these instructions with the consumer , have them complete , and return the warranty card . ROOM HEATER SPECIFICATIONS Your room heater comes packed in a single carton . Before installation , check the rating plate to verify that the Model Nmnber is correct and that the room heater is equipped t \ _ r the type gas you intend to use . SPECIFICATIONS TYPE CONTROL GAS MODEL NUMBERS CLOSED FRONT THERMOSTAT BULB NATURAL VC201A - H VC351A - H VC501A - H VC701A - H CLOSED FRONT THERMOSTAT BULB L . R VC202A - H VC352A - H VC502A - H VC702A - H RADIANT FRON1 THERMOSTAT BULB NATURAL N / A VCR351A - H VCR501A - H VCRT01A - H RADIANTFRON1 THERMOSTAT BULB L . R N / A VCR352A - H VCR502A - H VCRT02A - H HEIGHT 20 " 26 " 26 " 30 " WIDTH 24 " 30 " 30 " 36 " DEPTH 15 - 1 / 4 " 15 - 1 / 4 " 19 - 1 / 4 " 19 - 1 / 4 " INPUT ( BTU / HR . ) 20,000 35,000 50,000 70,000 GAS INLET / OUTLET SIZE 1 / 2X3 / 8 " 1 / 2X3 / 8 " 1 / 2X3 / 8 " 1 / 2X3 / 8 " VENT SIZE 3 " 4 " 4 " 5 " CENTER OF VENT TO FLOOR 16 - 1 / 2 " 21 - 1 / 2 " 21 - 1 / 2 " 25 - 1 / 2 " N / A 5 5 5 NUMBER OF RADIANTS ( " VCR " SERIES ) N / A 2 2 2 NUMBER OF RADIANT GLASS _ " VCR " SE _ _ _ . ES _ 55 LBS . 84 LBS . ll2LBS . 138 LBS . APPROX . SHIPPING WEIGHT ( " VC " SERIES ) N / A 96 LBS . 124 LBS . 150 LBS . APPROX . SHIPPING WEIGHT ( " VCR " SERIES ) * OPTIONAL BLOWER MODEL N / A CHB - 3 CHB - 3 CHB - 3 * Blowers also available factory mounted on 50M Btu units . All 70M Btu units come with blower mounted only . Page 2
INTRODUCTION THIS IS A GAS - FIRED , GRAVITY VENTED ROOM HEATER 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 INSTRCTIONS THOROUGHLY BEFORE INSTALLING , SERVICING , OR USING THIS 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 . VENTING This heater must be connected to a properly installed and maintained venting system . This heater is equipped with a vent safety shut - off device . Pilot outage will occur if the heater is not connected to a vent system . Pilot outage _ occur due to restriction or blockage in the vent or if connected to a masonry chimney having an area reeater than the vent size shown on Page 2 . This appliance should be vented through a properly sized listed type B vent that has been constructed in accordance with the National Building Code . Ifa horizontal section of vent is used , it must slope upwards a minimum of Â¼ inch per t \ _ ot of length . This heater must not be connected to a vent system being used t \ _ r wood or coat burning appliances . The use of more than one appliance per vent system will most likely cause the vent safety shut - off device to shut off the heater due to the cooling of vent temperatures through the draft diverter of the second appliance . In some situations , the vent safety shut - off may shut do , am the heater ifa too large , unlined , masonry chimney is used . Due to low vent temperatures associated with more efficient heaters it may take too long to get the vent action going in a chimney before the shut - off device will shut down the heater . If this is the case , we recommend lining the chimney with the proper size type B vent pipe or type B chimney liner . WARNING : Do not bypass the vent safety shutoff switch . To do so could expose the consumer to property damage , personal injury or possible death . The switch , when activated , will extinguish the pilot flame . If the homeowner experiences this problem , the vent system must be checked and corrected . NOTE : An existing vent that has worked for years may not be adequate for todays design because of higher efficiency requirements resulting in lower stack temperatures . The following is a list of possible causes and corrective actions . POSSIBLE CAUSES CORRECTIVE ACTION 1 . Blockage in vent pipe Check vent pipe t \ _ rblockage , such as bird nest , wasp nest , twigs , leaves , etc . 1 . A ) ) 1 . B Check that the vent cap is properly installed , not shoved too far down on the vent pipe . 2 . Burner is over firin Check the manifold pressure . 2 . A ) ) 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 main burner orifice section of instructions for proper oririce size and re - orifice accordingly . 3 . Improper vent system 3 . Correct vent system . The vent should not terminate less than 5 feet above the drafthood connection . A A ) Vent too short A ) gas vent extending through an exterior wall shall not terminate adjacent to thefoot wall or below eaves or parapets . Also , the top of the vent must be at least 2 above any obstacles within a 10 t \ _ ot radius , including the root ' . See Fimlre A . B ) Restriction in vent B ) All type " B " vent shall extend in a generally vertical direction with o fl ; ets not system caused by exceeding 45 de mees , except that a vent system having not more than one 60vertical ofl _ ets de _ ee oft ; et may be allowed . A W angle greater than 45 degrees fiom the 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 oft ; ets used should be as tar above the drat'thood as possible to allow a venting action to begin bel \ _ re aW restriction is encountered . C ) Incorrect vent pipe Use listed " B " type vent pipe . Do not use transite or any other type of ceramic O pipe for venting . Do not use single wall pipe . 4 . Loose connections on the 4 . Check the connection on both the switch and the gas valve . Tighten if necessary . vent safety wiring harness Page 3
VENTING Ridge Chhnney - - FIGURE A FIGURE A CONNECTING THE VENT INTO Termination of vent must be AN EXISTING CHIMNEY rZ3 securely guyed or braced if ' I i SAFE ( See " Venting " } it extends more than five ( 5 ) See NOTE : This lnay result feet above roof . Termination i in the vent safely switch I I i Seat around collar shutting down the pilot i i i & flashings depending on size and i draw of chimney . . 1 / 4 FIGUNE 7A I Maintain I i l " Clearance UNSAFE I N I I \ Firestop Support Assembly Vertical Vent Terminate vent at least 5 ft . FIGURE 7B Elbow above draft RECOMMENDED Use proper size " B " i i pipe or chimney liner m m inside chimney . m m m m I I FIGURE 7C I Page 4
GAS SUPPLY LOCATION AND SPEICAL PRECAUTIONS This vented room heater must be connected to a gas supply capable of supplying the appliances full rated capacity . Due to high temperatures the appliance should be located out of traffic and away from furniture and Provide a 1 / 8 inch N . RT . plugged tapping , accessible for test gauge connection , ilnmediately upstream of the gas draperies . supply connection to the appliance . The lninilnum inlet Children and adults should be alerted to the hazards pressure in the gas supply pipe should be 4.5 " w . c . for Natural Gas and 11.0 " w . c . for Propane Gas , " for the of high surface temperature and should stay away purpose ofinput adjustment " . The lnaxilnum inletpressure to avoid burns or clothing ignition . in the gas supply pipe should never exceed 14 " w . c . for either Natural or Propane Gas . The gas supply piping Youngchildren should be carefully supervised when should be sized in accordance with ANSI Z223 . 1 National they are in the same room as the appliance . Fuel Gas Code . The norlnal manifold pressure should be 3.5 " w . c . for Natural Gas and 10.0 " w . c . for Propane Clothing or other flalmnable material should not be Gas . placed on or near the appliance . If the outlet pressure of the gas valve must be adjusted , Any safety screen , guard , or casing top removed this should be done by a qualified serviceman using proper for servicing a room heater must be replaced prior tools and instruments . to operating the appliance . Check all connections with soapy water for possible gas Do not use this heater if any part has been under leaks . Never use a match , candle or other ignition source . water . Ilr _ nediately call a qualified service technician It is recommended that pipe compound which is resistant to inspect the heater and to replace any part of the to the action of liquefied petroleum gases be used . Do control system and any gas control which has been under water . not use Teflon tape or Teflon impregnated compound . The appliance and its individual shutoff valve must be For purpose of identifying the sides of the heater . disconnected from the gas supply piping during any When you are facing the front of the heater the right side has the access door and the left side is solid . pressure testing of that system at the test pressure in excess of 1 / 2psig . If heater is installed in a residential garage , all burners The appliance must be isolated from the gas supply piping and pilot must be above 18 " . Locate or protect by closing its individual manual shutoffvalve during any heater so it cannot be damaged by a moving vehicle . pressure testing of the gas supply piping system at test pressures equal to or less than 1 / 2psig . Page 5
COMBUSTION AND VENTILATION AIR ALL COMBUSTION AIR FROM When installed , this gas appliance must be provided with fresh air for ADJACENT INDOOR SPACES combustion , ventilation , and dilution of hot flue gases . The minilnum required THROUGH INDOOR COMBUSTION volume of the area where the appliance is installed should be 50 cubic feet per AIR OPEN1NGS 1,000 btu / hr . If installed in an area of the home that is considered an unconfined space , the Listed Vent Cap 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 thousand btu ) , tiesh air can be supplied by providing two permanent openings into adjoining rooms . Each opening shall have a lninilnum free area of one square inch per 1,000 bm 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 Opening 12 inches of the ceiling and one within 12 inches of the floor . See Figmre A . If the home is ofunusually tight construction ( new and remodeled homes ) , tiee 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 comlnunicate directly with the outdoors , or spaces that comlnunicate FIGURE A freely with the outdoors , such as a ventilated attic and crawl space through galvanized or equivalent corrosion - resistant ducts . Exception : unobstructed stud and joist spaces are acceptable ducts provided that not more than one tire ALL COMBUSTION AIR FROM block is removed . Special provisions must be taken to insure that these stud OUTDOORS . INLET AIR FROM and joist spaces cannot be blocked with insulation or other objects . Each of VENTILATED CRAWL SPACE AND these openings using vertical ducts shall have a minilnum free area of one OUTLET AIR TO VENTILATED ATTIC square inch per 4,000 btu / hr of total input rating of all gas appliances . See / UL Listed Vent eCapnt Figmre B and C . If horizontal ducts are used , the minimum tiee area shall be one ' pUL Listed Gas V square inch per 2,000 btu / hr of total input rating of all gas appliances . Ventilation Louvers , _ _ 1 [ _ 1 end of attic " Fresh make - up air can also be provided through a duct to one permanent II Irr . opening commencing within 12inches of the ceiling . The minimuln tiee area of - , , - ! , = = this opening shall be one square inch per 3,000 btu / hr of the total input rating Outlet Air ofalt gas appliances but not less than the sum of the areas of all vent connectors in the space . See Figure D . - ' - Inlet Air When calculating the amount of fresh air needed you must include make - up air . . . . . . . . . l , l , , , f â¢ - - â¢ requirements for the operation of exhaust tans , kitchen ventilation systems , Uventilation - clothes dryers , and fireplaces . louvers for unheated crawl space Additional intbnnation can be t \ _ und in the latest edition of ANSI Z223 . 1 ( National Fuel Gas Code ) . FIGURE B ALL COMBUSTION AIR FROM OUTDOORS ALL COMBUSTION AIR FROM OUTDOORS THROUGH SINGLE COMBUSTION AIR OPENING THROUGH VENTILATED ATTIC â¢ UL Listed Vent UL Listed Vent Cap Gas Vent ( each end of attic ) Opening Outlet Air Alternate Inlet Air Duct ( Ends 1 Ft . opening [ 300 1rim ] above floor ) location FIGURE C Page 6 FIGURE D
DRAFT DIVERTER CLEARANCES If the area where the appliance is to be installed contains The draft diverter must be installed in the same atmospheric pressure zone as the combustion air supply for the main burner . carpeting , tile , or combustible materials , other than wood flooring , the appliance shall be installed on a metal plate ( stoveboard ) , a wood panel , or other non - combustible DOOR KNOB materials . The use of ceramic or quarry tile is acceptable and provides an appealing surface that is easily cleaned . Remove from the inside of the casing door and assemble to This material is to extend 2 inches from each side and 12 the outside of the door . VC201 and VC202 have fin _ er holes inches from the front . It is advisable to extend this to the in the door in lieu of knob . wall behind the appliance . Clearances to combustibles are as follows : l ] C18IN.M 34 IN . 45.72 â¢ Fromjacket to adjacent side walls , 2 " on the 20 / 35 , and 86.36 CM 6 " on the 50 / 70 . Maintain adequate clearance on right side t \ _ r accessibility . l 55.88 CM â¬ â¢ From rear surface vertical vent pipe to rear walls 6 " . â¢ Fromrear ofunit to rearwall , 13 " on 20 / 35 , and 14 " on the 50 / 70 . â¢ From top ofheater to ceiling , 34 " on the 20 / 35 , and 31 " on the 50 / 70 . CLEARANCES - VC20 , VC35 , VCR35 From top of heater to any overhanging projections such as a mantle or window sill is 22 " on the 20 / 35 , and 19 inches on the 50 / 70 models , with a maximum horizontal extension of 18 inches . 31IN . i , , _ . _ 18 IN . 45.72 CM 78.7 CM The clearances around the air opening into the combustion 19IN . chamber must be maintaine & and the burner must be kept clean . 4 _ 8.3CM Do not permit dust or dirt to accumulate here . The other clearances previously mentioned must be maintained . There must be adequate room provided and maintained around the heater for accessibility and t \ _ r the flow of combustion and ventilation air . CLEARANCES - VC50 & VCT0 , VCR50 & VCR70 TEMPERATURE WIR1NG DIAGRAM Page 7
PILOT ADJUSTMENT MAIN BURNER ORIFICE This appliance was shipped from the factory with an orifice The pilot flame can be obsel - ved by opening the pilot lighting sized to give the correct gas input using the gas for which the hole cover . The pilot flame should surround the top 3 / 8 to L / _ , heater was equipped . There may be local conditions , such as inch of the therlnocouple ( see Figmre 2 ) . If the flame needs variation in gas pressure or BTU content of the gas , which adjusting , first locate the pilot adjustment screw cap and relnove . may be cause for a change in the orifice . The gas company Adjustment screw is underneath ( see Figmre 1 ) . To increase the supplying the fuel or the installing contractor should check flame , turn the pilot adjustment screw counterclockwise l _ ' N . the gas input rate . To decrease the flame , mm the screw cloc _ vise i " X . NOTE : If the rate exceeds the " BTUH INPUT " on the rating plate by The pilot is unremllated . If incoming line pressure is more than 5 % , the orifice should be replaced with a smaller orifice by a 7 " w . c . Natural Gas or 11 " w . c . for L . R Gas , the pilot flame size qualified technician to reduce the input to the rating plate should be decreased . value . The input rate may need to be adjusted for elevation . See the following charts to deterlnine the correct orifice size t \ 3ryourd Model Number and elevation . These orifice sizes are base on a heating value of 1020 for Natural Gas and 2500 for L . R Gas . CAUTION : As elevation increases , derating is necessary for Pilot Adj . Screw the sate and proper operation of this heater . Do not increase FIGURE 1 the Btu input rate by increasing the orifice size or gas pressure . Allow for elevation derating when sizing gas heating equipment . t PILOT FLAME 3 / 8 TO NATURAL GAS ADJUST - 1 / 2 INCH SPECIFIC ELEVATIONS MENT Model 0to 2,000 - 4,000 - 6,000 - 8,000 ' Pilot flame No . 2,000 ' 4,000 ' 6,000 ' 8,000 ' 10,000 ' should VC201 45 47 48 49 50 VC351 35 37 38 40 42 envelop VC501 30 31 31 32 35 3 / 8 to 1 / 2 VC701 25 27 28 29 30 inch on the VCR351 35 37 38 40 42 tip of the VCR501 30 31 31 32 35 enerator . VCR701 25 27 28 29 30 ORDER KIT # 49820 45 - 1 HIGH ALTITUDE KIT FIGURE 2 L . P . GAS SPECIFIC ELEVATIONS RADIANTS AND GLASS PANELS Model 0 to 2,000 - 4,000 - 6,000 - 8,000 ' FOR ALL VCR MODELS No . 2.000 ' 4,000 ' 6,000 ' 8,000 ' 10,000 ' VC202 1.31rnn 55 56 56 57 VC352 1.651rnn 53 53 54 54 ( See Figure 9 Replacement Parts Section ) VC502 47 49 49 50 51 VC702 41 42 43 44 46 INSTALL GLASS AND RADIANTS AS FOLLOWS : VCR352 1.651rnn 53 53 54 54 VCR502 47 49 49 50 51 STEP 1 . Remove three screws liom under top of opening in VCR702 41 42 43 44 46 bezel t _ rameassembly . ORDER KIT # 49820 45 - 1 HIGH ALTITUDE KIT STEP2 . Pull top ofbezeI down and lay aside . STEP 6 . Install glass panels by inserting top edge into upper STEP 3 . Remove glass liom bottom pad in shipping carton . retainer and lower into bottom support , and slide glass into STEP 4 . Remove carton containing radiants liom cavity of position . Do not allow a crack between the two glass panels . combustion chamber . Never operate heater with either glass missing or cracked . STEP 5 . Remove radiants from carton and install by tilting STEP 7 . Re - install bezel by placing bezel tabs over lower liont backwards and lilting at the same time into opening . Place and swing bezel into position and secure with three screws . the radiants on the burner radiants supports . The radiants must be straight . Never operate heater if any radiant is tilted to liont or rear . 1 Continued Page 8
CAUTION : Theremaybemomentaryandspasmodic orangeflashesintheflmne . Thisiscausedbytheburning ( ; LEANING : To clean the front casing of your heater , it is only necessary to use a soft cloth . Light dust can be removedht of air bornedustparticlesandisnotto beconfusedwith in this way . To obtain a polish or gloss , use a little lig theyellowtippingwhichisastableorpermanenstituation machine oil on the cloth . Do not use metal polish or cleaning solution . The burner ports should be kept fiee tiom lint and whenthereisinsufficienptrimaryair . dust . PROPER BURNER FLAME CLEANING OF COMBUSTION CHAMBER The combustion chamber of your console heater should never need to be cleaned if proper burner adjustment and gas pressures are maintained . However , if an unusual circumstance should occur , the following procedure should be t \ _ llowed in cleaning your combustion chamber . 1 . Turn off gas supply to heater at manual valve in supply line to heater . 2 . Disconnect heater at ground joint union ahead of INNER MANTLE 1 / 4 " main gas valve . OUTER MANTLE 3 - 5 " 3 . Remove main control and orifice asselnbly . 4 . Remove burner . 5 . Remove combustion chamber . FIGURE 3 6 . Using a scraper , scrape inside of a primary combustion chamber . This should be area of heaviest accumulation of carbon . 7 . Remove plug bottom located in bottom rear of SERVICE RECORD second combustion chalnber . Using a bottlebrush , clean inside of this chamber . Shake residue out the clean - out hole . 8 . Clean the rear chamber by using bottlebrush through the vent tube openings . 9 . Replace combustion chamber , burner and control . Check all gas piping for leaks before lighting heater . Repair service should be perforlned by qualified persons . The heater should be inspected before initial use . An annual cleanin _ of control compartlnent and safety perforlnance check should be made by a qualified service person . Morehe fiequent cleaning may be required when exposed to t excessive lint conditions due to carpeting and beddin _ material , etc . It is imperative that the control compartlnent , burners , and circulatin _ air passageways of the heater be kept clean . Any safety screen , casing top , or guard nremovedg t \ _ r selwicin _ the heater must be replaced prior to operati heater . If the venting system is not maintained in proper operating condition , the vent safety shutoff will not allow heater tom operate . Periodic examination of the entire venting syste as a routine part of the safety pert \ _ rmance check is recommended on an annual basis . It is advised that the pilot and main burner flames be checkedin at least twice during the heating season tbr any changes flame characteristics . See Figure 2 and Figure 3 . THIS IS A GAS - FIRED APPLIANCE , KEEP THE AREA CLEAR OF GASOLINE AND OTHER FLAMMABLE VAPORS AND LIQUIDS . ALL COMBUSTIBLE MATERIAL MUST BE KEPT CLEAR OF THIS AREA . HAVE A QUALIFIED SERVICEMAN CHECK THE BURNER PERIODICALLY . REMOVE AND CLEAN IF NECESSARY . Page 9
MODELS : VC201A - H , VC202A - H , VC351A - H , VC352A - H , VC501A - H , VC502A - H , VC701A - H , VC702A - H , VCR351A - H , VCR352A - H , VCR501A - H , VCR502A - H , VCR701A - H , VCR702A - H FOR YOUR SAFETY READ BEFORE LIGHTING WARNING : If you do not follow these instructions exactly , a fire or explosion may result I causing property damage , personal injury or loss of life . A . This appliance has a pilot which must be lighted by hand . If you cannot reach your gas supplier , call the fire department . When lighting the pilot , follow these instructions ex - actly . C . Use only your hand to push in or mm the gas control knob . B . BEFORE LIGHTING smell all axouM the appliance area Never use tools . If the knob will not push in or turn by t \ _ rgas . Be sure to smell next to the floor because some hand , don't try to repair it , call a qualified service technician . gas is heavier than air and will settle on the floor . Force or attempted repair may result in a fire or explosion . WHAT TO DO IF YOU SMELL GAS : D . Do not use this appliance if any part has been under water . Do not try to light any appliance . Ilnmediately call a qualified service technician to inspect Do not touch any electric switch ; do not use any phone the appliance and to replace any part of the control system in your building . and any gas control which has been under water . Ilnmediately call your gas supplier from a neighbor's phone . Follow the gas supplier's instructions . LIGHTING INSTRUCTIONS 1 , STOP ! Read the intbnnation on the safety label . Pilot is located on 2 . Turn temperature control knob to " OFF " or it's end of combustion lowest position . chamber above Depress and turn gas control knob clockwise burner . / " X to " OFF " position . Gas Control Knob Â® Â® Push in gas control kmob and hold in . hnlnediately Â® NOTE : Knob can begin a series of pushing and releasing the red not be tamed fioln piezo iNlitor button , while observing the pilot . " PILOT " to " OFF " Continue to spark until pilot is lit . Continue to unless knob is hold the gas control knob in for about one ( 1 ) Â® PILOT pushed in slightly . minute after the pilot is tit . Release the gas control Do not force . knob and it will pop back up . Pilot should remain _ iED * lit . If pilot goes out , repeat steps 3 thin 9 . If knob does not pop up when released , STOP Wait five ( 5 ) minutes to clear out any gas . Then and immediately call your service technician smell for gas , including near the floor . If you smell or gas supplier . gas , STOP ! Follow " B " in the inforlnation on the If the pilot will not stay lit after several tries , safety label . If you don't smell gas , go to the next turn the gas control knob to " OFF " and call step . your service technician or gas supplier . 5 . Open casing door and pilot lighting hole cover . 10 . Close pilot lighting hole cover and casing 6 . Findpilot . ( Followmetalpitot robe fiom gas control ) . door . 7 . Locate red piezo ignitor button on top of heater . 11 . Turn gas control knob counterctoclcvvise 8 . Turn gas control knob countercloclcaise _ to to " ON " . " PILOT " . 12 . Turn telnperature control knob to desired setting TO TURN OFF GAS TO APPLIANCE 1 . Turn the telnperature control knob to it's lowest setting . 2 . Push in gas control knob slightly and turn clockwise / ' N to " OFF " . Do not force . Page 10
TROUBLE SHOOTING CHART for qualified serviceman - MAIN BURNER SYMPTOM POSSIBLE CAUSES CORRECTIVE ACTION Flame too large 1 . Defective operator section of gas valve . 1 . Replace complete valve . 2 . See orifice chart to determine the correct orifice size 2 . Burner orifice too large . for your Model Number and elevation . 3 . Pressure regulator malfunction . 3 . Regulator must be adjusted by a qualified serviceman usin _ proper tools and instruments . Noisy Flame Noisy pilot . 1 . Reduce pilot gas with adjusting screw on combination gas . ( Fig . 1 ) . 2 . Burr in orifice ( if it whistles or resonates ) . 2 . Remove burr or replace orifice ( Do not enlarge orifice ) . 3 . Excessive gas input . 3 . See " Flame Too Large " , above . Yellow tip flames ( Some 1 . Clogged main burner ports . 1 . Clean main burner ports ( Do not enlarge ports ) . Clean draft hood . yellow tipping on LP Gas 2 . Clogged draft hood . 2 . is permissible ) 3 . Linted up air shutter . 3 . Check for dust or lint at air mixer opening and around the shutter . Floating Flame i . Blocked venting . i . Clean flue passageways to relieve blockage . 1 . Clean flue . Gas Odor 1 . Chinmey or flue obstruction . 2 . Drafts around heater . 2 . Eliminate drafts . 3 . Gas leak . 3 . Shut offgas service immediately . Check piping . Call gas company . See " For Your Safety " ( Page 1 ) , and " Gas Supply " ( Page 3 ) . Delayed Ignition i . Pilot flame too small . 1 . Check pilot orifice , clean , increase pilot gas flow if necessary by adjusting at colnbination control valve ( Fig . 1 ) . 2 . Burner ports clogged near pilot . 2 . Clean burner ports ( do not enlarge ports ) . 3 . Low gas pressure . 3 . Check gas supply pressure . See " Gas Supply " . 4 . Pilot decreases in size when main 4 . Supply piping is inadequately sized . Consult local gas burners come on . utility or competent installer . 5 . Drafts around unit . 5 . Eliminate drafts . 6 . Pilot lighter door open causing 6 . Close pilot lighter door . disturbance of pilot flame . 7 . Improper venting . 7 . See " Venting " ( Page 2 ) . 8 . Pressure regulator malflmction . 8 . Regulator must be adjusted by a qualified serviceman usin _ proper tools and instruments . Failure to ignite 1 . Main gas off . 1 . Open all manual gas valves . 2 . Defective gas valve . 2 . Replace gas valve . Condensation of 1 . Improper venting . 1 . See " Venting " . water vapor . Burner won't turn off l . Defective or sticking automatic valve . i . Clean or replace valve . 2 . Excessive gas pressure ( The supply gas 2 . To con'ect this situation contact the gas company pressure must not exceed 1 / 2 psi or 14 " supplying the gas . See " Gas Supply " . water column ) . TROUBLE SHOOTING CHART - POOR HEATING RESULTS Incorrect gas input I . Gas input not checked . i . Re - check gas input . See " Gas Supply " . 2 . Clogged orifice . 2 . Check orifices for clogging . If clogged , clean out the hole carefully with a smooth wood toothpick . ( Do not in any way enlarge or distort it ) . 3 . Pressure regulator . 3 . Regulator must be adjusted by a qualified serviceman using proper tools and instruments . 4 . Thermostat capillary tube damaged . 4 . Replace gas valve . Page 11
TROUBLE SHOOTING CHART - POOR HEATING RESULTS - Cont'd . SYMPTOM POSSIBLE CAUSES CORRECTIVE ACTION i . Heater undersized . Not enough heat i . This is especially true when a dwelling or room is enlarged . Have the heat loss calculated and compare to the heater output ( 70 % of input ) . Your gas company or installer can supply you with this information . If heater is undersized , replace with correct size unit . 2 . Temperature dial set too low . 2 . Raise setting of temperature dial . See " Lighting and Shutting Down Instructions " . 3 . Incon'ect gas supply pressure . 3 . Check gas supply pressure and regulator pressure as outlined above . Too nmch heat 1 . Temperature dial set too high . 1 . Lower setting of temperature dial . See " Lighting and Shutting Down Instructions " . 2 . Combination control valve sticks open . 2 . Replace combination control valve . TROUBLE SHOOTING CHART - AUTOMATIC PILOT & VALVE l . Burner won't light Pilot flame too large or too small . 1 . Re - adjust pilot flame using adjustment on combination control valves ( See Fig . 1 & 1A ) . 2 . Defective combination control valve . 2 . Replace valve . 1 . Pilot outage Dirt in pilot orifice . 1 . Clean pilot orifice with air or solvent , do not ream . 2 . Pilot lighter door open . 2 . Close pilot lighter door . 3 . Defective automatic pilot section in 3 . Replace combination control valve . combination control valve . 4 . Defective thermocouple . 4 . Replace thermocouple . 5 . Vent safety shut off system . 5 . See " Venting " section . 1 . Pilot will not stay lit Pilot flame too large or too small . 1 . Re - adjust pilot flame using adjustment on combination when control knob control valves ( See Fig . 1 & 1A ) . is released 2 . Defective thermocouple . 2 . Replace thermocouple . 3 . Defective gas valve . 3 . Replace gas valve . 4 . Loosen connections at spill switch or 4 . Tighten connections . ECO on gas valve . Page 12
CHB - 3 BLOWER INSTALLATION - ( OPTIONAL ) ( STANDARD ON 70,000 BTU UNITS ONLY ) STEP 1 . Run black wire and white wire that comes froln bottom of junction box down through the heat shield . See Figure A . STEP 2 . Insert junction box into opening in back of heater . Attach using four # 8x 1 / 2 " black screws provided . See Figure A . STEP3 . Attach f : answitch to tan switch bracket using two # 8xl / 2 " plated , Phillip head screws provided . The 2 " flange on the bottom of bracket and terminals on the fan switch should be toward the back of the heater when properly installed . STEP 4 . Locate the two engagement holes in base of heater . On a 35,000 Btu heater these hole s are approximately 6 - 1 / 2 " fiom the back edge and right and left holes are 5 - 1 / 4 " and 7 - 1 / 4 " respectfully fiOlnthe right side ( as viewed fiOlnback ofheater ) . On a 50,000 Btu heater the holes are approximately 10 - 3 / 4 " fiom the back edge and right and left holes are 5 - 3 / 8 " and 7 - 3 / 8 " respectfully from the right side . Attach tan switch bracket to base using two # 8x 1 / 2 " hex head screws provided . This will require a Â¼ " socket and ratchet . See Figure A . STEP 5 . Locate the blower opening and mounting tab on the base of " the heater . Insert the front flange of the blower housing under the mounting tab , lower the back of the blower down onto the base alining the clemance holes in the blower base with the engagement holes in the heater base . Secure the blower to the base with two # 8 screws provided . See figure A . STEP 6 . Connect black wire from junction box to right tan switch terminal . See Figure B . STEP 7 . Connect white wire from junction box to white fan motor wire . See Figure B . STEP 8 . Connect black wire from tan motor to left fan switch terlninal . See Figure B . STEP9 . ] ' urn variable speed control switch clockwise _ ( as viewed from fiont of unit ) to " OFF " . STEP 10 . Plug power cord into 115 V . grounded receptacle . STEP 11 . Turnvariable speed conuol switch counterclockwise _ ' N ( as viewed fiom front ofuni0 fiOln " OFF " to " HIGH " . Blower wilt now cycle on automatically when the switch temperature is met after the main burner comes on . I - he blower will continue to run for a short period after the main burner goes off . Blower speed can be adjusted by setting the variable speed control switch between high and low . WARNING : This appliance is equipped with a three - prong ( grounding ) plug for your protection against shock hazard and should be plugged directly into a properly grounded three - prong receptacle . Do not cut or remove the grounding prong fiom this plug . CAUTION : Label all wires prior to disconnection when servicing controls . Wiring errors can cause ilnproper and dangerous operation . Verify proper operation after servicing . Box Junction m _ Speed : _ 1 MOTOR SWITCH Zvcer WHITE Cord BLACK GREEN Fan Switch MOTO Bracket CONTROL " If any part of the original wire as suppied Housing with the appliance must be replaced , it must be replaced with a wire of at least , , , , a 105 degree C temperature rating . " Mounting Tab FIGURE B FIGURE A Page 13
TSK WALL STAT KIT OPTIONAL ( VC / VCR - H SERIES HEATERS ) WALL THERMOSTAT INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS Your heater can be re - wired to operate with a millivolt wall thermostat by your installer . See wiring diagram below for correct wiring . NOTE : Do not disconnect the wire from the blocked flue switch to the " TH " terminal on the gas valve . STEP 1 . Disconnect wire leading from Part # 70080 ( Bulb Control Switch ) from valve . STEP 2 . Cut the remaining wire leading from Part # 70080 ( Bulb Control Switch ) to the blocked flue switch , leaving its end connected to the blocked flue switch and leaving enough length to reach the gas valve . Strip 1 / 2 " of the insulation from the cut end of the wire . STEP 3 . Connect one leg of thermostat wire to the " TH / PP " terminal on the gas valve . STEP 4 . Connect second leg from the thermostat to the stripped wire coming from the blocked flue switch . Secure this connection inside the heater cabinet . STEP5 . Secure both red wires from blocked flue switch inside heater cabinet . Make sure none of the wires have enough slack to lay against the heat exchanger or draft hood . THERMOSTAT OPTIONAL BLOCKED FLUE SWITCH PILOT GENERATOR WIRE NUT Page 14
MODELS INCLUDED : VENTED CONSOLE HEATER VC - H / Closed Front Circulators Prices and specifications subject to change without notice . All prices VCR - H / Radiant Front Circulators are F . O . B . factory . CHB3 Blower Â® Â® Â® Â® Â® Â® 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 & NOTICE : When ordering any schematic drawings on current models component in the control train are shown at www . cozyheaters . com assembly , specify either Honeywell or Robertshaw components . REV . 01 / 05 Page 15
HOW TO PROPERLY ORDER PARTS : In addition to part description and part nnmber , please give model number , and type of gas used . This information can be found on the rating plate that is attached to rear of heater . NAT . V ( 201A - H V ( / VCR351A - H VC / VCR501A - H VC / VCR70tA - H MODEL NUMBER L . P . VC202A - H VC / VCR352A - H VC / VCR502A - H VC / VCR702A - H REE PART LIST PART LIST PART LIST PART LIST PART DESCRIPTION NO . NO . PRICE NO . PRICE NO . PRICE NO . PRICE 1 74315 $ 164.30 74315 $ 164.30 74315 $ 164.30 74315 $ 164.30 Valve , VS821A1061 Honeywell , Nat . Gas 1 74316 $ 164.30 74316 $ 164.30 74316 $ 164.30 74316 $ 164.30 \ 2 : Ive , VS821A1418 Honeywell , LP . Gas 2 80063 $ 22.90 80063 $ 22.90 80063 822.90 80063 $ 22.90 Pilot Assy . 0.140.504 L . P . Gas Pilot Assv . 0.140.514 Nat . Gas 2 80062 $ 22.90 80062 $ 22.90 80062 $ 22.90 80062 $ 22.90 Manifold 3 80133 $ 16.60 80133 $ 16.60 80135 $ 17.60 80135 $ 17.60 Orifice Nut 4 80024 $ 2.50 80024 $ 2.50 80024 $ 2.50 80024 $ 2.50 Burner Orifice . Natural Gas 5 80025 $ 3.40 80058 $ 3.40 80119 $ 3.40 80169 $ 3.40 Burner Orifice , L . P . Gas 5 80027 $ 3.40 80060 $ 3.40 80120 $ 3.40 80167 $ 3.40 9 45332 $ 1.60 45332 $ 1.60 45332 $ 1.60 45332 $ 1.60 Pilot Lighting Hole Cover Pilot Generator 10 70098 $ 32.30 70098 $ 32.30 70098 $ 32.30 70098 $ 32.30 11 70012 $ 6.60 70012 $ 6.60 70012 $ 6.60 70012 $ 6.60 Pilot Tubing Ass3 : w / Fittings 12 80102 $ 10.60 80106 $ 10.10 80106 $ 10.10 80106 $ 10.10 Vent Safety Spill Switch / VC 12 NiA N _ 80105 $ 10.10 80106 $ 10.10 80106 $ 10.10 Vent Safety Spill Switch / V ( R 13 80196 $ 4.50 80197 $ 4.90 80197 84.90 80198 85.60 Wiring Harness 15 45350 $ 4.50 45350 $ 4.50 45350 $ 4.50 45350 $ 4.50 Bulb Switch Mounting Bracket Control Rod Grommet 16 80010 $ 1.20 80010 $ 1.20 80010 $ 1.20 80010 $ 1.20 Bulb Control Switch 17 70080 $ 60.10 70080 $ 60.10 70080 $ 60.10 70080 $ 60.10 18 80123 $ 50.70 80124 $ 53.40 80125 $ 53.40 80126 $ 57.10 Burner , Steel 19 45817 $ 12.50 45817 $ 12.50 45817 $ 12.50 45817 $ 12.50 Burner Mounting Plate Assy . 20 45125 $ 4.70 45605 $ 6.30 46445 $ 7.20 46445 $ 7.20 Casing Door 21 80005 $ 1.20 80005 $ 1.20 80005 $ 1.20 80005 $ 1.20 Casing Door Latch 22 NiA N _ 80055 $ 1.60 80055 $ 1.60 80055 $ 1.60 Casing Door Knob 23 45102 $ 23.00 45590 $ 28.70 46430 $ 31.20 47140 $ 38.00 Casing Left Side , w / Insulation 24 45112 $ 24.30 45600 $ 30.10 46440 $ 32.70 47150 $ 39.40 Casing Right Side w Insulation 25 45150 $ 20.10 45612 $ 40.50 45612 $ 40.50 47158 $ 44.70 Casing , Back Assembly 26 45050 $ 50.20 45550 $ 61.40 46400 $ 67.50 47100 $ 74.30 Casing , Top Assy . w / Insulation 28 45070 $ 53.40 45560 $ 63.80 45560 $ 63.80 47110 $ 74.30 " VC " Casing Front with / Insulation 28a 45073 $ 19.10 45563 $ 23.60 45563 $ 23.60 47113 $ 30.90 " V ( " Casing Trim Top & Sides 28b 45074 $ 9.90 45564 $ 12.00 45564 $ 12.00 47114 $ 14.00 " VC " Casing Bottom Trim 28c 45077 $ 8.00 45567 $ 9.90 45567 $ 9.90 47117 $ 12.00 " VC " Casing ( : enter Trim w / Clips 29a NiA N _ 46060 $ 63.80 46060 $ 63.80 47610 $ 69.10 " V ( R " Bezel Assembly 29b NiA NiA 46035 $ 28.40 46035 $ 28.40 47585 $ 36.40 " VCR " Upper Front Panel with / Insulation " VCR " Lower Front Panel 29c NiA N'A 46040 $ 25.40 46040 $ 25.40 47590 $ 28.90 29d NiA N _ 46045 $ 16.40 46045 $ 16.40 47595 $ 19.70 " VCR " Casing Upper Trim 29e NiA NA 46047 $ 14.90 46047 $ 14.90 47596 $ 16.70 ' WCR " Casing Lower Trim NiA 80006 $ 9.30 80006 $ 9.30 80006 $ 9.30 80006 $ 9.30 Cozy Logo Emblem NiA 80007 $ 2.20 80007 $ 2.20 80007 $ 2.20 80007 $ 2.20 Clips , for Cozy Emblem 30 45175 $ 51.70 45640 $ 68.90 46460 $ 76.90 47180 $ 83.80 Casing Base Assembly 31 80009 $ 1.50 80009 $ 1.50 80009 $ 1.50 80009 $ 1.50 Leg Levellers ( 4 per heater ) 32 45200 $ 126.80 45675 $ 168.70 46500 $ 222.70 47200 $ 270.20 Heat Exchanger , Closed Front 32 NiA N _ 46100 $ 174.20 46825 $ 220.50 47700 $ 282.20 Heat Exchanger , Radiant Front NiA NiA N _ 45845 $ 1.80 45845 $ 1.80 45845 $ 1.80 Heat Exchanger Spacer 32A NiA NA 45760 $ 3.80 45760 $ 3.80 45760 $ 3.80 Rear Leg , Heat Exchanger Draft Diverter Assemblv 33 45300 $ 35.90 45783 $ 48.80 46558 $ 46.50 47293 $ 50.60 Gnsset 34 * 45195 $ 3.00 * 45195 $ 3.00 * 45195 $ 3.00 * 45195 $ 3.00 Radiant Glass Panel . " VCR " Series 35 NiA NA * 80079 $ 16.40 * 80079 $ 16.40 * 80079 $ 16.40 36 NiA NA 80073 $ 15.20 80073 $ 15.20 80073 $ 15.20 Radiant for " VCR " Series ( 5 per htr . ) 37 NiA NiA * 46160 $ 4.90 * 46160 $ 4.90 * 46160 $ 4.90 Radiant Support Rail " VCR " Series 38 80016 $ 5.70 80016 $ 5.70 80016 $ 5.70 80016 $ 5.70 Piezo Ignitor Piezo Wire 39 80127 $ 3.80 80128 $ 4.00 80129 $ 4.40 80129 $ 4.40 41 45340 $ 5.10 45340 $ 5.10 45340 $ 5.10 45340 $ 5.10 Valve Support Bracket NiA 91267 $ 1.90 91267 $ 1.90 91267 $ 1.90 91267 $ 1.90 Lighting Instructions BLOWER PARTS CHB - 3 42 70111 $ 26.70 Speed Control Switch w / Knob & Dec Fan Switch 43 80253 $ 7.40 Fan Switch Bracket 44 47840 $ 3.80 Power Cord 45 80202 $ 4.20 46 80256 $ 3.80 Motor Wiring Harness 47 80251 $ 56.30 Blowe > Motor Assembly Blower Gasket - 7 - 1 / 4 " NiA * 80257 $ 1.20 Blower Gasket - 4 - 5 / 8 " NiA * 80258 $ 1.20 48 47850 $ 12.70 Junction Box Assembly Junction Box ( : over 49 47870 $ 5.10 50 47820 $ 13.30 Blower Nozzle Assembly 51 47835 $ 2.20 Mounting Bracket NiA 47335 $ 16.40 Blower Platform Assy . ( 70 only ) I MARCH 2005 Revised 01 / 05 Page 16 * 2 Required
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 safe _ " 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 WHAT TO DO IF YOU SMELL GAS . . . SYSTEM â¢ Do not try to light any appliance . Your gas control and pilot light system has a â¢ Do not touch any electrical switch ; do not use safety device whose purpose l'S to shut - off the any phone in your building . gas supply to the appliance if the pilot light goes â¢ Immediately call your gas supplier from a out . If you have trouble lighting the pilot or neighbor's phone . Follow the gas supplier's keeping l't lit , it may mean that this safety device instructions . is warning you that there is a problem with your â¢ If you cannot reach your gas supplier , call the system . Inspection and repairs or replacement fire department . must be made by a trained gas service technician . Installation and service must be performed by a qualified installer , service agency or the gas supplier . 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 TAMPERING IS DANGEROUS The pilot safety system may also not work if you â¢ Your gas has been odorized so that you can do not follow the lighting instructions carefully smell it . Always smell around for gas before or if you tamper with the gas control that you use lighting your appliance . to light the pilot . Tampering with the gas control , â¢ Sniff for L . E - gas at floor level . LP - gas is particularly with tools , can damage the safety heavier than air and may temporarily exist at mechanism in the control and can allow gas to floor level . leak . This can result in a fire or explosion causing property damage , personal injury or death . IF YOU SMELL GAS , DON'T LIGHT IT â¢ 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 IF YOU CAN'T LIGHT IT , phone . Turn offthe gas to the appliances and DON'T FIGHT IT ! call your gas supplier from another location . â¢ 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 Association gama mechanism in the gas control and can create a hazardous condition . THIS IS NOT AN ADVERTISEMENT
ILIIINI'ii'gIAI IitAIll'ii'T The Louisville Tin & Stove Co . warrants to the the installer , the user should write directly to the manufi _ cturer , and the name of an alternative service source original user the accompanying product for the period specified herein , provided said product is installed , will be supplied . operated , maintained , serviced , and used according to the The product safety registration card ( packed inside instructions and specifications accompanying the product . the appliance ) must be completed and returned to the _ actory . THIS WARRANTY IS EXPRESSLY IN LIEU AS OUTLINED IN OUR INSTR [ CTIONS , ANY WARRANTY CONSIDERATIONS ARE OF ANY OTHER WARRANTIES , EXPRESS OR CONTINGENT ON INSTALLATION BY A IMPLIED ( WHETHER WRITTEN OR ORAL ) . ANYOR IMPLIED WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY QUALIFIED INSTALLER ( CONTRACTOR ) . SELF - INSTALLATION IS NOT RECOMMENDED AND OF FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE IS IAY INAALIDATE YO [ _ R WARRANTY . EXPRESSLY LIMITED TO THE DURATION OF THE MANUFACTURER'S EXPRESS , WRITTEN If within a period of one year from the date of WARRANT ' _ q installation of the product , any part supplied by the UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES SHALL THE manufacturer proves to be defective due to workmanship or material , it will replace such part , provided parts have MANUFACTURER BE LIABLE FOR ANY SPECIAL , not been subjected to misuse , alteration , neglect , or INDIRECT OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES YOR EXPENSES ARISING DIRECTLY OR INDIRECTL accidents . The term of the wan'anty for the heat exchanger FROM ANY COMPONENT OR FROM THE USE is covered in Table A below . Any claim not made within THEREOF . THE REMEDIES SET FORTH HEREIN ten ( 10 ) days after the expiration of the wan'anty period SHALL BE THE EXCLUSIVE REMEDIES AVAILABLE shall be deemed waived by the user . TO THE USER AND ARE IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER The manufacturer shall have no liability or be REMEDIES . required to perform any obligation under this warranty SOME STATES DO NOT ALLOW unless , when requested , the user returns , at the user's LIMITATIONS ON HOW LONG AN IMPLIED expense , the component or product claimed defective , to the manufacturer for inspection , to enable the manufacturer WARRANTY LASTS , SO THE ABOVE LIMITATIONS MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU . to determine if the claimed defect is covered by this SOME STATES DO NOT ALLOW THE warranty . EXCLUSION OR LIMITATION OF INCIDENTAL OR No charges for freight , labor or other expenses incurred in the repair , removal , or replacement of any CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES , SO THE ABOVELY LIMITATIONS OR EXCLUSIONS MAY NOT APP product or component claimed to be defective , will be TO YOU . paid by the manufacturer to the user , and the THIS WARRANTY GIVES YOU SPECIFIC manufacturer will not be liable for any expenses incurred , by the user , in remedying any defect in the LEGAL RIGHTS , AND YOU MAY ALSO HAVE OTHER RIGHTS , WHICH VARY , FROM STATE TO STATE . product . Service under this warranty is the responsibility of the installer . In the event service under this wan'anty is needed , the user of the product shall request such service directly from the installer . If the user is unable to locate TABLEA Warranty for gas appliance heat exchangers only . Product Warranty Period 10Years Cozy Gas Fired Floor Furnace 10Years Cozy Gas Fired Walt Furnace 10Years Cozy Gas Fired Vented Console Heater 10Years Cozy Gas Fired Direct Vent Heater 10Years Cozy Gas Fired Counterflow Furnace 10Years Cozy Gas Fired Counterflow Direct Vent Furnace 10Years Cozy Gas Fired Direct Vent Baseboard Furnace 10 Years Cozy Gas Fired Hi - Efficient Direct Vent Walt Furnace LOUISVILLE TIN AND STOVE COMPANY RO . Box2767 - Louisville , Kentucky40201 - 2767