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HOME OWNER / INSTALLER FOR YOUR SAFETY THIS MANUAL MUST BE READ IN ITS ENTIRETY BEFORE OPERATING HEATER RHFE - 1004FA ENERGYSAVER GAS DIRECT VENT WALL FURNACE Owner's Operation and Installation Manual WARNING : IF THE INFORMATION IN THIS MANUAL iS NOT FOLLOWED EXACTLY , A FIRE OR EXPLOSION MAY RESULT CAUSING PROPERTY DAMAGE , PERSONAL INJURY OR LOSS OF LIFE . DO NOT STORE OR USE GASOLINE OR OTHER FLAMMABLE VAPORS AND LIQUIDS IN THE VICINITY OF THIS OR ANY OTHER APPLIANCE . WHAT TO DO IF YOU SMELL GAS • DO NOT TRY TO LIGHT ANY APPLIANCE . • DO NOT TOUCH ANY ELECTRICAL SWITCH ; DO NOT USE ANY PHONE IN YOUR BUILDING . • IMMEDIATELY CALL YOUR GAS SUPPLIER FROM A NEIGHBOR'S PHONE . FOLLOW THE GAS SUPPLIER'S INSTRUCTIONS . • IF YOU CANNOT REACH YOUR GAS SUPPLIER , CALL THE FIRE DEPARTMENT . INSTALLATION AND SERVICE MUST BE PERFORMED BY A QUALIFIED INSTALLER , SERVICE AGENCY OR THE GAS SUPPLIER . manufactured ( mobile ) home , where not prohibited by local codes . | This appliance is only for use with the type of gas indicated on the Rating Plate . / I This appliance may be installed in a after market permanently located , isThiLSs : ; pliancies not convertible for use with other gases , unless a certified kit J INSTALLER : MUST LEAVE MANUAL WITH UNIT AFTER INSTALLATION . OWNER : RETAIN THIS MANUAL SAFELY , FOR FUTURE REFERENCE .
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r WARNING IMPROPER INSTALLATION , ADJUSTMENT , ALTERATION , SERVICE OR MAINTENANCE CAN CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE , PERSONAL INJURY OR LOSS OF LIFE , REFER TO THE OWNER'S INFORMATION MANUAL PROVIDED WITH THIS APPLIANCE . INSTALLATION AND SERVICE MUST BE PERFORMED BY A QUALIFIED INSTALLER , SERVICE AGENCY OR THE GAS SUPPLIER . . . j ENERGYSAVER RHFE - 1004FA Operation Manual Table of Contents Page FEATURES OF THE RHFE - 1004FA UNITS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 SAFETY DEVICES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 IMPORTANT POINTS / USAGE AND INSTALLATION MUSTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 DIMENSIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 SPECIFICATIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 SAFETY POINTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 GETTING TO KNOW YOUR NEW RHFE - 1004FA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 CONTROL PANEL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 CUT - AWAY DIAGRAM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 NOTICE BEFORE INSTALLATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 GAS CONNECTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 CANADIAN VENT REGULATIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 LOCATION / CLEARANCES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 SLEEVE AND MANIFOLD INSTALLATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 FI'I - I'ING UNIT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 OPERATING INSTRUCTION LABEL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 ADDITIONAL CUSTOMER OPERATING INFORMATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 TESTING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30 CHECK . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30 PRE - SERVICE CHECK . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31 TROUBLE SHOOTING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32 ERROR MESSAGES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33 MAINTENANCE / SERVICE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34 WIRING DIAGRAM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35 WARRANTY INFORMATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38 PARTS LIST . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45 RHFE - 1004FA FLOW DIAGRAM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50 EXTENDED FLUE PIPE KIT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51 TECHNICAL DATA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56
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FEATURES OF THE RHFE - 1004FA UNITS I • Clean Heating Forced Flue Type • Easy Operation One - Touch Ignition • Sensible Temperature Control Feature • Comfortable Room Temperature Control and Display • Warm Air Outlet at Floor Level ( Keeps Your Feet Warm ) • Child Safety Lock • Room Temperature Setting Memory • Dirty Air Filter Indicator Lamp • Energy - Saving Economy Setting • Humidifier Tray • Air Flow Directional Louvers • Direct Vent Easily Installed • Proportional Heating Variable Capacity • Hush ! Quiet Operation • Modern Design Minimizes Floor Space Requirements • Failure Message Display SAFETY DEVICES I I Spark Safety Device : Automatically shuts unit down when there is an abnormal spark at time of ignition . Flame Failure Device : Activated when burner flame fails . This prevents raw gas from being released . Overheat Switch : This device automatically cuts the gas off if the heater exceeds a predetermined temperature . This is normally caused by an obstruction in front of the louvers , or a blocked fan filter , Two Fusible Links : Backs up the overheat switch . If the fusible link cuts the unit off , a service call by an authorized person is required to replace the link . - 1 -
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Overcurrent Prevention Device : This is a 5 amp . glass fuse found on P . C . board . Design to shut unit down in case of overcurrent . If fuse blows all indicator lamps will be " OFF " . Power Outaqe Safety Device : This safety device cuts off gas passage and stops operation . Local and state codes must be adhered to prior to installation . Rinnai is continually updating and improving products therefore specifications are subject to change without prior notice . NAT , LPG Minimum supply gas pressure 5.0 " ( 127mmH20 ) 11.0 " ( 279mmH20 ) Maximum supply gas pressure 10.5 " ( 267mmH20 ) 13.0 " ( 330mmH20 ) Manifold test pressure Factory set Factory set • _ See conversion for setting gas pressures . • There's 1 / 8 " NPT pipe tap provided for gas pressure test . That is located on the gas control assembly A . The minimum inlet gas supply pressure is for the purpose of input adjustment . f GENERAL INFORMATION THIS SERIES IS DESIGN CERTIFIED BY THE AMERICAN GAS ASSOCIATION LABORATORIES ( AGA ) AND INTERNATIONAL APPROVAL SERVICES ( IAS ) . ALTERATION OF THE ORIGINAL DESIGN INSTALLED OTHER THAN AS SHOWN IN THESE INSTRUCTIONS OR USED WITH A TYPE OF GAS NOT SHOWN ON THE RATING PLATE , IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE PERSON AND COMPANY MARKING THE CHANGE . Thank you for purchasing a Rinnai gas forced flue heater . Before using this product , please read this manual carefully to insure proper use of the product . Please read the attached warranty thoroughly and keep it in a safe place . - 2 -
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IMPORTANTPOINTS / USAGEANDINSTALLATIOMNUSTS Unpack heater and check for damage . ( DO NOT INSTALL DAMAGED HEATER . ) If heater is damaged , contact your supplier for advice . Before installing a heater , check the label for the correct gas type ( see label on heater ) . Refer to local gas authority for confirmation of gas type if you are in doubt . Included in Carton : Customers Operating Information IMPORTANT Before using this product , please read this manual carefully to insure proper use of product . 1 . The installation must conform with local codes or , in absence of local codes , the National Fuel Gas Code , ANSI Z223 . 1 or the Canadian Installation Code , CAN / CGA - B149 . 2 . For information on gas type , see data plate on the appliance . 3 . This heater must not be installed where curtains or other combustible materials could come into contact with it . In some cases curtains may need restraining . 4 . This appliance is not designed to be built in . 5 . If you move , check the gas type in the area where you are moving to . The local gas authority will be able to advise on local regulations . 6 . This heater discharges a large volume of warm air at low level to provide even heat distribution . If the air in the room contains cooking vapor or cigarette smoke , and the heater is used on a carpet , the surface of the carpet may become discolored . In addition , some nylon carpets contain dyes which may be affected by the warm air flow . Some soft vinyl surfaces are also subject to distortion , or discoloration by warm air . To prevent discoloration of carpets , etc . , a mat should be placed under the appliance , extending about 30 " ( 750mm ) in front of it . 10 " ( 250ram ) Diagram shows minimum _ / " _ o " clearances from combustible L . _ J materials . 2 % 40 " ( lm ) Rinnai recommends 10 inches ( 250mm ) clearance on both sides for future servicing . 7 . Read these rules and the instructions carefully . Check all local codes . Failure to follow these could cause a malfunction of the heater resulting in death , serious bodily injury and / or property damage . 8 . This appliance is only for use with the type of gas indicated on the rating plate . This appliance is not convertible for use with other gases , unless a certifiekidt is used . If a conversion of the unit is needed , conversions must be performed at Rinnai America or anthorized agent at owner's expense . 9 . WARNING : Any change to this heater or its controls can be dangerous . 10 . if a gas leak is suspected , turn heater off , tum gas supply valve off at appliance connector valve . Open windows to ventilate area immediately and contact your dealer or gas company . 11 . DO NOT PLACE CLOTHING OR FLAMMABLE MATERIALS , GASOLINE AND OTHER FLAMMABLE VAPORS AND LIQUIDS , ON OR NEAR THE HEATER . - 3 -
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12 . YOUNG CHILDREN SHOULD BE CAREFULLY SUPERVISED WHEN THEY ARE IN THE SAME ROOM WITH THE HEATER . 13 . LPG containers must not be installed indoors . 14 . Do not Use this room heater if any part has been under water . Immediately call a qualified service technician to inspect the room heater and to replace any part of the control system and any gas control which has been under water . 15 . Adequate clearances for accessibility for purposes of servicing and proper operation should be provided . 16 . Adequate clearances around air openings should be provided . 17 . Do not install in areas where curtains , drapes , clothing , or other moving flammables are within 12 inches of this unit . 18 . Periodic examination of the venting system is required . 19 . The flow of combustion and ventilation air should not be obstructed . 20 . A manufactured Home ( Mobile Home ) installation must conform with the Manufactured Home Construction and Safety Standard , title 24CFR , Part 3280 , or , when such a standard is not applicable , the Standard for Manufactured Home Installations , ANSI A225 . 1 or Standard for Gas Equipped Recreational Vehicles and Mobile Housing , CSA Z240 . 4 . 21 . " This appliance must be installed in accordance with the current standard CSA Z2 . 40.4 GAS EQUIPPED RECREATIONAL VEHICLES AND MOBILE HOUSING . Cet appareil dolt ette installe conformement aux , exigences de la norme Z240 . 4 en vigeuer de rACNOR , Installations de gaz dans les constructions mobiles et vehicules recreatifs . " 22 . If a blockage occurs at the vent terminal due to snow , ice , leaves , spider webs or other type of obstructions the unit will stop working . The unit will not function until the blockage has been removed . If the unit then fails to operate contact a qualified service agency . 23 . For manufactured ( mobile ) home or residential installation , this unit has been designed and certified to be converted from natural gas to propane or vice - versa . When provisions are being made to convert this unit , a certified conversion kit must be used . You must also readjust manifold gas pressure to specifications indicated in the conversion manual . If in doubt contact Rinnai America for assistance . 24 . Clothing or other flammable material should not be placed on or near the appliance . - 4 -
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DIMENSIONS FLUE MANIFOLD POSITION inches ( ram ) Center of hole for flue manifold can be drilled anywhere within the shaded area . ( To avoid studs , etc . ) FOR WEATHERBOARD WALLS DRILL THROUGH CENTER OF WEATHER BOARD FROM OUTSIDE , THEN DRILL FROM p INSIDE THROUGH PLASTERBOARD . I Flue Hole - - - - - _ E g _ : 14 1 / 16 " ( 357.5 ) Before drilling the flue hole , check for water and gas pipes as well as electric cables . Use a 3 1 / 8 " ( 80ram ) drill for hole through wall . 40 1 / 2 " ( 1029 ) 365 / 8 " ( 93o ) 12 3 / 8 " _ GAS CONNECTION < 11 13 / 16 " ( 300 ) I 13 3 / 4 " q - 5 -
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SPECIFICATIONS I BTU / h MIN . CLEARANCES FAN CFM MODEL # OUTPUT SIDE INPUT OUTPUT TOP FRONT Low Low RHFE - 1004FA - N LO : 203.4 10,500 8,400 2 H 10 " 40 " ( 50mm ) ( 250mm ) ( lm ) High High NATURAL H1 : 360.6 38,400 30,700 Low Low RHFE - 1004FA - P LO : 203.4 10,500 8,400 2 n 10 " 40 " ( 250ram ) ( lm ) ( 50mm ) High High PROPANE H1 : 360.5 36,500 29,200 SPECIFICATIONS Type of Appliance Fan forced flued gas furnace Model RHFE - 1004FA ENERGYSAVER Width - - 36 5 / 8 " ( 930mm ) Dimensions Depth - - 12 3 / 8 " with back spacer ( 315mm with back spacer ) Height - - 26 3 / 8 " ( 670mm ) Weight Approx . 90 Ibs . ElectricaI - - AC 120V 60Hz 121 watts Connections Gas - - l / 2 " female NPT Combustion System Stainless steel bunsen burner Ignition System Continuous spark Operation Finger touch control buttons Electronic thermostat HI - LOW / OFF Temperature Control Up / down switch 2 ° F increments Modulates Continuous Temperature Range LOW - - - - 55 ° F 60 ° F _ 80 ° F HI = High Combustion Warm Air Outlet Bottom front louver Indicator / Lamps Operation / Combustion , Filter , SetTemp . , RcomTemp . , Economy , FunctionLock . Operating Buttons ON / OFF , Up / down , Function - lock , Economy Economy Mode Energy saving feature Humidifier Tray Capacity - - 7 pints ( 3000cc ) - 6 -
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Flame failure - Flame rod Over heat - Bi - metal switch , thermal fuse , thermistor Power failure - PCB Safety Devices Power surge - 5 Amp . fuse Fan delay - Micro computer timer Pre - purge - Combustion fan , pre - purge timer , spark sensor Room over heat - Automatic cut off at 104 ° F after 10 minutes Noise Level Range HI _ LOW - - - - 47 _ 37dB ( A ) Combustion Method Forced combustion TYPE Air Supply Exhaust Closed Type Radiation Method Forced convection Wall Penetration 3 1 / 8 " ( 80mm ) AIR SUPPLY / Hole EXHAUST PIPE Max . Extended 13ft . , 2 bends ( 4m , 2 bends ) Length SPECIFICATIONS FOR VENT SIZES 3 " - - 4 1 / 2 " S Thin Walls Mobile Home ( 75 - - 115 ) mm 4 1 / 2 " - - 9 1 / 2 " A Wood Walls ( 115 - - 240 ) mm 9 1 / 2 " - - 15 3 / 4 " B Wood / Brick ( 240 - - 400 ) mm 15 3 / 4 " - - 23 5 / 8 " C Brick / Block ( 400 - - 600 ) mm 23 5 / 8 " - - 31 1 / 2 " D Special ( 600 - - 800 ) mm * * BTU - Efficiency increase with vent size . Clearances from combustibles see page 3 . * * Thermal efficiency rating determined under continuous operating conditions , and was determined independently of any installed system . - 7 -
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I SAFETY POINTS Do not restrict the warm air discharge by This appliance must not be used for any placing articles in front of the heater . purpose other than heating . Do not spray aerosols while the heater is Do not install the heater in an unusually operating . Most aerosols contain butane dusty area . gas , and can be a fire hazard if used near this heater when it is in use . • Y Do not allow curtains or other flammable or Do not allow anyone to sit on or lean against combustible materials to come into contact the appliance . with the heater . Combustible materials must not be placed where the heater could ignite them . - 8 -
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SAFETY POINTS J Keep flammable materials , trees , shrubs , Do not allow anyone to poke articles etc . , away from the flue terminal . through the louvers . Gasoline Filter should be cleaned at regular intervals . Young children should be supervised at all times . Hand or body contact with the louvers should be avoided . See page 29 . Clean as needed . Do not place articles containing liquids on Do not allow young children or an infant to top of the heater . Liquid spilled on the sleep directly in front of the heater . controls may cause extensive damage . - 9 -
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I GE'rrlNG TO KNOW YOUR NEW RHFE - 1004FA I CONTROL PANEL _ P _ l RATURE | CONTROL DISPLAY J FILTER LAMP WAAR , ORMUT _ LET _ OPERLAATMIPON MODEL NUMBER , _ HUMIDIFIER SERIAL NUMBER , I _ OOR RATING PLATE 1 GAS TYPE , ETC . | AND POUR WATER _ , / NTO THE TRAY . AIR FILTER 1 / 2 " NPT THERMISTOR EXHAUST PIPE POWER CORD PLUG 120V AC COMBUSTION / EEXHAUSTRMINAL VENT T INTAKE HOSE COMBUSTION AIR - 10 -
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CONTROL PANEL ALL BunONS BEEP WHEN OPERATED . f TEMPERATURE DISPLAY Easy operation SHOWS EITHER THE One touch ignition ON / OFF SUTTON 1 TEMPERATURE OR CODED ERROR MESSAGES . J ( CONTROLPANEL > \ R ¢ _ e _ TT : _ _ _ © Temptrol Con Function Lock [ I f ENERGY SAVING FUNCTION BUTTON LOCK BUTTONS Lampis " green " Lamp is " green " " v " adjust temp . to whenthisfeature is when this feature lower setting . activated . JS on . " A " adjust temp . to TEMPERATURE 1 _ _ a higher setting , J f FILTER LAMP OPERATION LAMP Flashes when filter This lamp tums is dirty . " green " when power is on . Lamp will change to " red " when burner is on . J J < INDICATOR DISPLAY ) \ - 11 -
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CONVECTION FAN OVER HEAT SWITCH OPERATION P . C . B . OPERATION SWITCH CONVECTION MOTOR THERMAL FUSE AIR FILTER FILTER LAMP SUB HEAT EXCHANGER B OPERATION / COMBUSTION LAMP MAIN P . C . B . SUB HEAT EXCHANGER A WALL BRACKETS O HEAT EXCHANGER PRESSURE SENSOR , - i MODULATING VALVE FRONT PANEL MANUAL VALVE SOLENOID VALVE NO . 1 SOLENOID VALVE NO . 2 GAS LINE No . 3 I SOLENOID VALVE NO . 3 FLAME ROD No . 3 TRANSFORMER I FLAME ROD NO . 2 I BURNER No . 3 GAS LINE No . 1 GAS LINE No . 2 THERMISTOR LOUVER OVERHEAT THERMISTOR HUMIDIFIER TRAY FLAME ROD NO . 1 POWER SUPPLY CORD ELECTRODE BURNER NO . 1 _ COMRUSTION MOTOR BURNER No . 2 AIR SHUT [ ER ADJUSTING ROD FILLER
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NOTICE BEFORE INSTALLATION I The heater must be installed by a qualified service The appliance , when installed , must be electrically person according to these installation instruction . grounded in accordance with local codes or , in the absence of local codes , with the National Electrical Check your local building codes for the proper method Code , ANSI / NFPA 70 or Canadian Electrical Code , of installation . In the case of absence of local cedes , CSA C22 . 1 , if an external electrical source is utilized . this heater should be ir _ stalled in accordance with the National Fuel Gas Code ANSI 7 _ 223.1 . WARNING : THIS APPLIANCE IS EQUIPPED WITH A THREE - PRONG ( GROUNDING ) PLUG FOR YOUR PROTECTION AGAINST SHOCK Check local codes or , in the absence of local codes , the current CAN / CGA B149 INSTALLATION CODE . HAZARD AND SHOULD BE PLUGGED DIRECTLY INTO A PROPERLY GROUNDED THREE - PRONG DUE TO HIGH TEMPERATURES , THE RECEPTACLE . APPLIANCE SHOULD BE LOCATED OUT OF Do not cut or remove the grounding prong from the TRAFFIC AND AWAY FROM FURNITURE AND plug . DRAPERIES . CHILDREN AND ADULTS SHOULD BE ALERTED Rinnai recommends a dedicated electrical circuit . TO THE HAZARDS OF HIGH SURFACE This gas appliance must not be connected to a TEMPERATURES AND SHOULD STAY AWAY TO chimney flue serving a separate solid - fuel burning AVOID BURNS OR CLOTHING IGNITION . appliance . When the appliance is installed directly on carpeting , tile or other combustible material other than wood " WARNING " Do not operate appliance with the panel ( s ) removed , cracked or broken . Replacement flooring , the appliance shall be installed on a metal or of the panel ( s ) should be clone by a licensed or wood panel extending the full width and depth of the qualified service person . appliance . INSTALLATION AND REPAIR SHOULD BE DONE BY A QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSON . THE APPLIANCE SHOULD BE INSPECTED BEFORE USE AND AT LEAST ANNUALLY BY A QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSON . MORE FREQUENT CLEANING MAY BE REQUIRED DUE TO EXCESSIVE LINT FROM CARPETING , BEDDING MATERIAL , ETC . IT IS IMPERATIVE THAT CONTROL COMPARTMENTS , BURNERS AND CIRCULATING AIR PASSAGEWAYS OF THE UNIT BE KEPT CLEAN . - 13 -
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INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS I Spare rubber seal Flue Manifold . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . f ( ' A ' Flue units only ) @ ( For weatherboard installations ) Brackets Wall Back Spacer ! Set I . f _ . 1 aPilrasintilcet tie for i J 7 ( M4 ) For Back SpacerSet 4 ( M5 ) For Wall Brackets Air inlet hose 1 1 ( M4X20 ) For Flue LockStopper Vent adaptor 1 ( M4 ) For Flue Manifold Pipe stopper 2 A & S ( M4 . 8X32 ) WoodScrews Wall BracketScrews Pipe stopper 1 ConversionManual E Owner'sManual Template Check to ensure gas type on rating plate matches gas being supplied to the unit . If not , unit may have been converted and should be checked to ensure conversion was done properly . If not , unit could be damaged due to being overtired . Refer to local gas authority for confirmation of gas type if in doubt . Refer to data plate located inside of the front panel . Check for damage , if the unit is damaged contact your supplier or Rinnai . Do not install a damaged unit before checking with your supplier . Refer to an approved pipe sizing chart if in doubt about size of gas line . - 14 -
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GAS CONNECTION I 1 . The gas supply line shall be gas - tight , sized and so installed as to provide a supply of gas sufficient to meet the maximum demand of the heater without loss of pressure . 2 . A shut off valve ( and appliance connector valve ) should be installed in the upstream of the gas line to permit servicing . 3 . Flexible pipe and any appliance connector valve used for gas piping shall be types approved by nationally recognized agencies . 4 . Any compound used on the threaded joint of the gas piping shall be a type which resists the action of liquefied petroleum gas . 5 . Supplied gas pressure must be within the limits shown in the specifications . 6 . After completion of gas pipe connections , all joints including the heater must be checked for gas tightness by means of leak detector solution , soap and water , or an equivalent nonflammable solution , as applicable . CAUTION : Since some leak test solutions , including soap and water , may cause corrosion or stress cracking , the piping shall be rinsed with water after testing , unless it has been determined that the leak test solution is noncorrosive . 7 . The appliance and its appliance main gas valve must be disconnected from the gas supply piping system during any pressure testing of that system at test pressures in excess of 1 / 2 P . S . I ( 3 . SkPa ) . The appliance must be isolated from the gas supply piping system by closing its individual manual shut off valve dudng any pressure testing of the gas supply system at test pressures equal to or less than 1 / 2 psig . , One 1 / 8 " test plug is provided for testing of manifold pressure see schematic for location . ( On page 43 , item # 125 ) At time of installation installer must supply a 1 / 8 " N . P . T . plugged tapping , accessible for test manometer connection , immediately up stream of the gas supply connection to the appliance . - 15 -
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CANADIAN VENT REGULATIONS CAN / CGA - B149 . 1 - M9t A vent shall not terminate : ( a ) Directly above a paved sidewalk or paved driveway which is located between two single family dwellings and serves both dwellings ; ( b ) less than 7 ft . ( 2.13m ) above a paved sidewalk or a paved driveway located on public property ; ( c ) within 6 ft . ( 1.8m ) of a mechanical air supply inlet to any building ; ( d ) above a meter / regulator assembly within 3 ft . ( 900mm ) horizontally of the vertical centerline of the regulator ; ( e ) within 6 ft . ( 1.8m ) of any gas service regulator vent outlet ; ( f ) less than 1 ft . ( 300mm ) above grade level ; ( g ) within the following distances of a window or door which can be opened in any building , any non - mechanical air supply inlet to any building or the combustion air inlet of any other appliance ; ( i ) 1 ft ( 300mm ) for inputs up to and including 100,000 Btuh ( 30kW ) , ( ii ) 3 ft ( 900ram ) for inputs exceeding 100,000 Btuh ( 30kW ) ; and ( h ) underneath a veranda , porch or deck , unless ( i ) the veranda , porch or deck is fully open on a minimum of two sides beneath the floor , and ( ii ) the distance between the top of the vent termination and the underside of the veranda , porch or deck is greater than 1 ft . ( 300ram ) . FOR COMPLIANCE TO NFPA 54 OR Z223 . 1 U . S . A . Vent terminal must be located at least 3 feet above any forced air inlet location within 10 feet away . Vent terminal must not be located over public walk ways or be detrimental to regulators and equipment where condensate could be a problem . Vent terminal must be kept clear of snow at all times . The bottom of the vent terminal and the sir intake must be located at least 12 inches above grade . The vent terminal of a direct vent appliance with an input of 50,000 Btu per hour or less shall be located at least 9 inches form any opening through which flue gases could enter a building , and such an appliance with an input over 50,000 Btu per hour shall require a 12inches vent termination clearance . The bottom of the vent terminal and the air intake shall be located at least 12 inches above grade . - 16 -
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LOCATION / CLEARANCES I When positioning the heater the main points The flue terminal should be positioned away from flammable materials . governing the location are : 1 . Flueing 2 . Warm air distribution This heater is not designed to be built in . " " Flue Terminal Do not flue into natural draught flues or fireplaces , this unit can only be used with one of the five types of Rinnai flue kits . Do not flue unit into other rooms . Flue terminal must be outside . The flue is not designed to be positioned under floors , or below the level of the heater . Flue may be positioned directly under opening windows , with a minimum clearance of 9 " ( 230mm ) . FLUE SIZES : 5 Flue lengths are available . S flue walls 3 " , - , - 4 1 / 2 " ( 75 _ 115mm ) A flue walls 4 1 / 2 " _ 9 112 " ( 115 _ 240mm ) B flue walls 9 1 / 2 " , - - - 15 3 / 4 " ( 240 _ 400mm ) C flue walls 15 3 / 4 " - - - 23 5 / 8 " ( 400 _ 600mm ) D flue walls 23 5 / 8 " - - - 31 1 / 2 " ( 600 _ 800mm ) - 17 -
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SNOW AREAS In areas subject to heavy snowfall , keep snow clear of flue terminal at all times . STANDARD INSTALLATION OF FLUE MANIFOLD . Diagram below shows minimum clearances and distances from obstructions . Also check local regulations . Flammable _ / / / ' Jk _ Non ' / _ " _ , . - ' / . , _ Flammable : I _ all " , E 24 Y / / / / / / / / / _ . , , . . _ . . . _ . L _ Wall _ / / / i / / / / / / / ' X _ \ \ \ \ \ \ ' x . \ \ " _ Floor Side Clearances 20 " ( 500mm ) - 18 -
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SLEEVE AND MANIFOLD INSTALLATION METHOD FOR STANDARD WALLS 1 . Disassemble Manifold from Sleeve . The flue consists of 3 parts , sleeve , inside connectors and tube , outside terminal ; ( dis - assembly by pulling hard on outside terminal and inner connections , then pull sleeve off outer terminal . ) Connection Sleeve Terminal 2 . Adjustment of Sleeve Length . Do not extend Measure walt thickness through previously drilled 3 1 / 8 " beyond _ line ( 80mm ) hole . Extension joint End of sleeve should protrude 3 / 16 " ' - - 3 / 8 " ( 5 _ 10ram ) t'l \ under . plastic Extension from outside wall . Adjust sleeve length to wall thickness plus 3 / 16 " - - 3 / 8 " ( 5 _ 10mm ) . ( Sleeve is ! lHJJillfll threaded for adjustment . ) Do not extend beyond red Adjust length by turning sleeve . line . 3 . For S and A flue only . Depending on flue set and wall thickness extension A B C piece = C " may need to be removed . Cut plastic , remove extension , then follow instruction 2 . This applies to " S " and " A " flues only . There is no extension on other flues , they can be fully Removeextensionat this adjusted by tuming the threaded section . " A " Flue only point it necessary . 4 . Fixing Sleeve . 5 - 10ram . : _ Fix to the wall , using the 3 screws provided . NOTE : The flange is marked " TOP " , sleeve must be IIIII fitted with this mark Up . Check sleeve protrudes 3 / 16 " _ 3 / 8 " ( 5 _ - 10mm ) on the outside . Fix _ , g Screw : ; ' : : . : : 1 ; : - " ! . : ' . ' : i : ; ' . " . " . . . - . . . . . - . - . . . . Don't remove green plastic covering from sleeve . - 19 -
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5 . Check rubber seal is in place on terminal . * For weather board walls , add spare rubber seal Terminal seal provided to compensate for weather board angle . ( ¢ dd " weather board " - - - _ 6 . Installation of Terminal • . : _ ' . : " : _ . . ' . _ : From outside , insert terminal into sleeve with the " A " • , • . . . . _ . . . . . . _ Label mark at the top . Left hand side fixing tie is marked " LEF'F ' ( from inside ) . " TOP " mark " A " Fixing tie : . . : . : _ : - : . Terminal 7 . Attached Ties Cut ( leave 2gram free ) Pull hard on left and dght hand side ties , clip ties over lugs inside sleeve . You should be able to pull ties 2 or 3 slots past the starting point . Cut the ties , leaving about 3 / 4 " ( 20mm ) past the lugs . Bend ties so they are parallel with the wall . Sleeve 8 . Insert Inner Connection Assembly . Push assembly into the terminal tube , make sure _ - Top Mark " TOP " mark is uppermost . Fix with 3 screws provided . _ - , _ nnections : ' " " i'i _ ' ' " ? ' ' : ; ' . ! ; " " ' : 9 . Manifold can still be turned after attaching . Outlet Inlet - 20 -
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FITTING UNIT 1 . Fix Flue Adapter to Flue 4 , Secure with plastic tie as shown below . Manifold with PIPE STOPPER S as shown below . Inletelbow Inlet hose When servicing unit replace plastic tie with new one . ( Available at local hardware store or contact local distrilbutor . ) 2 . Fit Wall bracket as shown below . 5 . Connect Vent Sliding Tube with PIPE STOPPER S and E as shown below . Flue Manifold Screw Sliding Tube PIPE STOPPER S 3 . Fit Air inlet Hose to heater . Fix Side PIPE STOPPER E Back Spacers with screws . Sliding Tube should not be extended beyond the RED LINE . Red line should not be visible after sliding the Pipe " A " * Swivels for location adjustment Pipe " B " - Telescopic - telescopes into pipe A and flue manifold tube back into the vent outlet . Pipe " C " - Fits on manifold = Air Intake " pipe Air Inlet Hose Connect Air Inlet Hose to Manifold Inlet . Do not kink the hose . - 21 -
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6 . Slide the insulation sleeve up to the flue • INSTRUCT CUSTOMER ON USE OF HEATER manifold , slip the securing clip over the sleeve as shown . When you are satisfied that the appliance is operating correctly , explain operation of heater to the customer . Fault - Failure Procedure If unabte to get the heater to operate correctly , contact Rinnai directly or your Agent or Gas Utility . Do not use electrical extension cords to connect unit to power supply . Keep the power cord away from 7 _ the flue . Fix Back Spacer , Top to heater . ( 3 screws in top back cover ) . Some items are not covered under the unit's warranty . Example : annual maintenance , carbon on flame rods / igniter , dust , spider webs , improper conversions , etc . 8 . If necessary , the unit can be levelled using the adjustable legs under the front right and left hand side legs . Upto _ djustable Leg - 22 -
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OPERATING INSTRUCTION LABEL ENERGYSAVER RHFE - 1004FA FOR YOUR SAFETY READ BEFORE OPERATING WARNING : If you do not follow these instructions exactly , a fire or explosion may result causing property damage , personal injury or loss of life . A . This appliance does not have a pilot . It is equipped If you cannot reach your gas supplier , call the fire with an ignition device which automatically lights the department . burner , Do not try to light the burner by hand . C . Use only your hand to push in or tum the gas control B . BEFORE OPERATING smell all around the appliance knob , Never use tools . If the knob will not push in or area for gas , Be sure to smell next to the floor turn by hand , don't try to repair it , call a qualified because some gas is heavier than air and will settle on service technician . Force or attempted repair may the floor . 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 Do not try to light any appliance . water . Immediately call a qualified service technician Do not touch any electdc switch ; do not use any to inspect the appliance and to replace any part of the phone in your building . control system and any gas control which has been under water . immediately call your gas supplier from a neighbor's phone . Foltow the gas supplier's instructions . OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS STOP ! Follow " B " in the safety information above on • STOP ! Read the safety information above on this label this label . If you don't smell gas go to next step . 5 . Turn Manual gas valve to the full on position . 1 . Set the thermostat to lowest setting . 6 . Turn on all electric power to the appliance via ON / OFF 2 . Turn off all electdc power to the appliance via the button . ON / OFF button on the control panel . Locate manual 7 . Set the thermostat to desired setting . gas valve to be found on back side of heater . 8 . Burner is lit when indicator lamp " ON " turns rod . 3 . Turn Manual valve clockwise ( ' _ to the full OFF 9 . " ON " indicator flashes when burner fails to ignite . position . 10 . If the appliance will nct operate , follow the instruction 4 . Wait five ( 5 ) minutes to clear out any gas . Then smell " TO turn off gas to appliance " and call your service for gas , including near the floor . If you then smell gas , technician or gas supplier . See manual for additional information . T ratureButton LED " o o BACK SIDE OF HEATER MANUAL GAS VALVE OPEN CLOSED - - @ ® © TO TURN OFF GAS TO APPLIANCE 1 . " rum off electhc power to the appliance using the NOTE : The fan will continue to operate until the appliance is ON / OFF button located on the control panel . cool , do not turn the appliance off by unplugging if from the 2 . Locate manual valve on back side of unit . wall , 3 . Turn manual valve clockwise to the full OFF position . Keep burner and control combar _ ' nent clean . Refer to the installation and operating instruc _ ons accompanying heater . - 23 -
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I ADDITIONALCUSTOMEROPERATINGINFORMATIONI IGNITION Make certain the heater is connected into both the gas and the electric power . Depress the ignition ON / OFF button slowly and firmly . TEMPERATURE LEVEL When you release the ignition ON / OFF button the ' LED Display will illuminate , the spark will ignite the main SetTemp © I ] Room Temp © _ _ bumer and the Combustion fan will begin to run . If the heater does not ignite within 15 seconds the spark will stop and the ' LED Display will show Error Code . Control Turn off unit and repeat ignition operation . I @ Temp _ 1 L - - _ , I , O . _ . J Function Lock COMBUSTION INDICATOR This heater has an automatic ignition system , when the main burner has lit , the combustion Lamp will glow red , and the spark will stop . There may be a smell of Filter 0N - burning dust or oil the first time the heater is lit or when the heater has been out of operation for a long time , this [ ] 0 is normal . You may need to repeat the ignition operation the first time the heater is plugged in , due to air in the gas line . TEMPERATURE CONTROL TEMPERATURE CONTROL The thermostat automatically modulates the burner and the fan to maintain the room temperature which you have selected . SetTemp 0 To change the room temperature , simply adjust the RoomTemp 0 [ _ temperature control buttons until the desired setting is 0 indicated . @ The temperature range from LO to HI is about 55 ° F ( 12 ° C ) to 122 ° F ( 50 ° C ) . Temperature control may be Func _ Lock affected by the location of the heater . - 24 -
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ROOM TEMPERATURE DISPLAY ' Temperature is indicated by the L . E . D . display on the control Set Temp © panel . The first time when the appliance is turned on , the preset Room Temp O temperature ' 72 F degrees ' ( from the factory ) will be shown on the L . E . D . display . Every time the Set Temp has been changed , that set temperature will be latest data appearing on the L . E . D . display on the next time the appliance is turned on . To get to Set Temp , press either ' up ' or ' down ' button . At the Control I ( _ Temp _ 1 Set Temp , press ' up ' to increase the temperature or ' down ' to decrease . When the desired temperature is set , 10 seconds [ , tO J later the LED display will change to the room temperature mode Function Lock which will show the current room temperature . IGNITION BUTTON TO TURN UNIT OFF Depress ignition ON / OFF button again . The appliance will stop operate . Do not turn off by unplugging at the power outlet . Convection fan continues to run until heater is cool . ECONOMY BUTrON To select ' Economy Mode ' , push the ' Economy ' button , ECONOMY the green lamp will glow . 30 minutes after the room temperature reaches the preset temperature ( set by the © thermostat ) , the ' Economy Mode ' if set , reduces the temperature by 2 ° F , after another 30 minutes it reduces Cc the temperature by a further 2 ° F . This is an energy ' _ T saving feature . It does not operate if the heater is under capacity for the room size . Funct FILTER LAMP Filter 0N - If the filter lamp glows dudng operation , check air filter for dust . If there is dust present , clean filter . See 0 section on care of heater . Turn heater off before cleaning filters . - 25 -
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OPERATING PRECAUTIONS Please read this section carefully , before using your Forced flue heater . Gas Type , Power Source , and Manufactured Date • Type of gas , power source and manufactured date are displayed on the nameplate placed on the right side of the unit . Do not use gas other than the type of gas ( gas group ) indicated on the nameplate . This equipment is for 120 V AC ( 60Hz ) only . Do not use power source other than what is listed . Caution • Should the type of gas or power source be different , please contact your dealer . Using a different type of gas or power source may affect the performance or may be dangerous . • If you are moving to another area , please check the types of gas and power source provided in the area . If the types of gas and power source are different , adjustment or modification is necessary . Please consult the gas provider in the new area . Usage Do not use for drying clothes ! Do not use for any other purposes other than heating ( e . g . , drying the laundry ) . Draping clothes over the unit blocks the warm air outlet or the filter area and is very dangerous , as it causes heat to build up inside the unit . Usage Location • Do not use near flammable material ! ! ! Place the unit sufficiently away from flammable objects such as fumiture , wall and curtains . Check carefully when installing the unit . 10 " ( 250mm ) REQUIRED DISTANCE FROM FLAMMABLES : ° " o / L Top : At least 10 " ( 250mm ) Right : At least 2 " ( 50mm ) 2 - _ . Q Left : At least 2 " ( 50mm ) ( sore Front : At least 40 " ( lm ) ram ) 40 " ( lm ) Rinnai recommends 10 " ( 250mm ) clearance on both sides for future servicing . • Watch for falling objects ! ! ! Do not place under a shelf or in other locations where there is a danger of an object falling on the unit . • Avoid using in special purpose rooms ! ! ! This equipment is made for use as a heater for a residential building . Do not use in beauty salons , factories and other places where spray or chemicals are used or where a large amount of dust is present . Do not use hair treatment products containing silicon in a room heated by the Forced flue heater , as they may cause ignition error , flame extinction or other malfunctions . - 26 -
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Insert a board under the unit when placing on carpeted floor ! ! T This heater may be installed on combustible flooring . When the heater is installed directly on carpeting , tile or other combustible material other than wood flooring , the heater shall be installed on a metal or wood panel extending the full width and depth of the heater . Emergency Procedures : Stay calm and turn the unit off ! ! ! In case of an emergency ( e . g . , abnormal overheating of the unit , loud noise ) , always stay calm , turn the unit off by pushing the ON / OFF button , close the gas valve and contact your dealer or the Rinnai office or store near you . i _ , . _ 11 . _ i During a Thunderstorm When a thunderstorm is approaching , turn the unit off and unplug the power cord . Heavy thunderstorm may cause damage to the unit . Inspection and Maintenance Be sure to perform inspection and maintenance procedures . ( See page 29 and 34 for details . ) In particular , check the gas connection , power connection and air supply / exhaust pipe connection . Do not use the unit if you suspect maffunctioning or damage . Incomplete repairs are dangerous . In case of malfunctioning , read the instructions on page 32 and or contact your dealer or the nearest Rinnai office . During Snow Accumulation If the air supply / exhaust vent is covered by snow or damaged by falling icicles , the exhaust may be blocked and cause malfunctioning of the unit Keep the area around the air snow iii ! i i ! i iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii supply / exhaust vent free of snow and icicles . Minimum clearance from snow accumulations should be at least ( 249 . 24 " Installation of Unit : • Please ask your dealer to installthe unit properly in a safe location : • Refer to the installation manual to make sure the unit is installed properly . Customer's Operating Information The following pages explain how to use the Forced flue heater . Also read " Operating Precautions " on pages 23 - - 26 . When Using for the First Time • Check the power cord and power plug . • Firmly plug the unit into an electrical outlet , ensure outlet is properly grounded . An outlet that is not grounded properly can cause unit to operate erratically . • Make sure the power cord is not exposed to the heat from the exhaust pipe . • Fully open the gas valve on the unit . - 27 -
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BeforetheColdSeasonBegins • Check the air supply / exhaust connection . • Before using this heater , inspect the air supply / exhaust connection to make sure the pipe is not disconnected or bent . • Check the main unit and the air supply / exhaust . • Make sure there is no combustible or flammable material near the main unit or the air supply / exhaust . CAUTION : If you find a problem with the air supply / exhaust do not use the unit . Contact your dealer or the nearest Rinnai office . Function Lock The Function lock feature prevents accidents due to tampering by small children . • Press both " / k " and % / " button at the same time . The " Function Lock " lamp should comes on and engage the function lock . • Cancelling the Function lock . Press both = A " and % / " button again and hold for two ( 2 ) seconds . This will disengage the function lock . Note : If the Function lock is engaged while the unit is operating , all operations by switches and buttons will be disabled except tuming the unit off . If the Function lock is engaged while the unit is off , all operation will be disabled . When you turn the unit on and the Function lock is engaged you must cancel the Function lock before preceding . AIR FLOW CONTROL : • The direction of air flow may be changed to the left or right . Use a screwdriver or a similar object to change the direction of the verticaE louver . CAUTION : • DO not adjust repeatedly ( more than 5 - 6 times ) , as it may cause the louver to break . • The hodzontal louver ( which determines the vertical air flow direction ) is fixed and cannot be adjusted . • Do not adjust the air flow direction while warm air is flowing , as it may cause bum injury . Irb Sensible Temperature Control : The sensible temperature control feature enables comfortable heating which matches the conditions in the room . • Based on the information collected by the room temperature thermistor when the heating starts , the heating capacity is automatically adjusted to achieve a comfortable heating effect and to reach the set room temperature quickly . - 28 -
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Adding Water to Humidifier : Humidifier Tray So that you can humidify the air your RHFE - UNIT is fitted with an enamelled tray behind the air outlet . To fill the tray , open the door as shown in the diagram and pour water into the tray using the spout built into the door . The air will be humidified as it passes over the water in the tray . Access Door DO NOT FILL THE TRAY WHILE THE UNIT IS IN OPERATION . CLOSE THE DOOR AFTER FILLING . The RHFE UNIT is a very high Pull efficiency appliance , during operation a small amount of water is produced in the vent tubes , this drains into the enamel tray . It is quite normal for a small quantity of water to remain in the bottom of 1FillerSpout Do not force door opentoo far . the tray . Close doorduring operation . Caution : • The humidifier tray and the surrounding area are hot when the unit is on . To avoid bums , do not add water to the tray while unit is on . • Avoid adding water when the room is susceptible to condensation . • If the water overflows from the water level hole when adding water , do not add any more water . Care of Unit Exterior : Dampen soft cloth with warm water , wring water out well and wipe the unit . Caution : Never use volatile substances such as benzine or thinners , as they cause fading of paint or deformation of resin . Care of Air Filter : Always clean the air filter when the filter indicator lamp starts blinking . • The filter indicator lamp starts blinking when the dust accumulates on the air filter . In this event , turn the unit off immediately , wait until the unit cools off and clean the filter . Even if the lamp is not blinking , if you think the filter is dirty , clean the filter while you are cleaning the room . This will ensure comfortable use . _ k , , AIR RLI _ RS The air filter may be removed . Clean both sides of the filter with a vacuum cleaner or a duster . If the tilter is greasy , wash quickly with detergent , shake water off and dry completely . After cleaning and drying , replace the filter securely . CAUTION : • If you continue to use the heater with the filter indicator lamp flashing , the sensor may detect trouble and tum the unit off . Causing the room temperature display lamp " 14 " and the " operation / combustion " lamp to flash , indicating that the safety device has been activated . In this event , clean the air filter immediately as above . - 29 -
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I TESTING I CHECK I Testing Unit Fault - Failure Procedure Purge air from gas line . If unable to get the unit to operate correctly , contact Refer to pipe sizing chart if in doubt about the size of Rinnai Agent , or Gas Utility . Please read the fault the gas line . finding charts before reporting faults . Connection can easily be reached from the top , rear of the unit . Check for leaks , using soapy water after Do not use this heater if any part has been under turning gas on . water . Immediately call a qualified service technician to inspect the heater and to replace any Plug unit in and turn power on , ( CAUTION - 120V part of the control system and any gas control which inside unit ) . has been under water . Tum thermostat to " HI " , tum control to " ON " . Unit should ignite within 10 seconds . " WARNING " Do not operate appliance with the If unit does not ignite , there may be air in the gas panel ( s ) removed , cracked or broken . line , turn control " OFP then " ON " again . Installation and repair it should be done by a Check pressure , regulator is factory set , if pressure qualified service person . The appliance should be is incorrect , check supply before altering regulator . inspected before use and at least annually by a The appliance must be stopped before testing unit . qualified service person . Remove the test point screw and connect More frequent cleaning may be required due to manometer to pressure point on the modulating excessive lint from carpeting , bedding material , etc . . valve . It is imperative that control compartments , bumers Turn the unit to " ON " position using the ON / OFF and circulating air passageways of the appliance be button on the operation panel and check pressure . kept clean . Ventilating system should be inspected If pressures are correct remove manometer and and cleaned annually of all debris and spider webs . replace test point plug . Leak test all gas connections . Rinnai's service assistance telephone number is 1 / 800 / 621 - - 9419 . WARNING : DO NOT OPERATE UNIT UNTIL PROPER INSTALLATION HAS BEEN COMPLETED . - 30 -
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PRE - SERVICE CHECK I Before asking for a service calJ please check the following points . These points are pare of the normal operation of the unit . • At Ignition : Is the heater plugged in ? Heater does not operate . Have the fuses or breaker blown at the switch board ? Is there a power failure ? Is the air filter blocked ? is anything blocking the outlet for the hot air ? Is the flue blocked ? The fan is started automatically after a short delay . Warmghatisr . does not flow when the burner 1 This is to allow the heat exchanger to warm up , helping to avoid cold draughts . . d , This is caused by grease or oil and dust on the heat exchanger and will stop 1 Smoke or strange smells are produced after a short time . on the f rst tda ght up after nstallation . 1 simply expansion exchanger . , , , 1 , Sharp clicking noises at ignition , or when I This is noise from the heat unit cuts down on the thermostat , or goes out . • During Combustion : gas This is the sound of the solenoid valves opening and closing . operates . Cnlouinskeinwghen the thermostat I m _ Is the air filter blocked ? [ Unit is not heating room . 1 " Is the set temperature high enough ? Is the warm air outlet blocked by anything ? Are the doors and windows of the room dosed ? Allow heater to coo ] , clean air filter , operate again . Air filter is blocked or the louvers are 1 b ocked or obstructed . / J Even after unit has cooled down the heater does not ignite again . Repair is Heater will not re - ignite after overheating . ] = 1 , necessary . Contact your local agent or Rinnai for a Service call . • When the unit is turned off . This is to remove the residual heat from the heat exchanger , the fan will stop Convectionfancontinuesto runafter when the heater COOlsdown . tumingOFF . • Other Points : High efficiency appliances tend to discharge water vapor on co _ ddays , this is Steam is o3sdlarged from the flue terminal . I _ normal Unit cuts off without apparent reason . I _ ' JCheckwhethefrilteraareblockedd , irtyfilterswiUcausethe heatertooverheat ] . I Power Failure . I _ I ' I Switx : d'Ol FF , then ON again when power is restorad to re - set ¢ ordrois . ] - 31 -
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TROUBLE SHOOTING I I Your RHFE - IOO4FA requires very little maintenance , simply clean the rear fan filter as needed and wipe the outer case and louver section with a damp cloth . O _ , ( / ) roblem _ c o _ E Remedy " Q O ' ) t _ _ C : O o _ o2 - ID 0 Cause _ . - - " o J = _ " 6 . _ m . . z _ o E 0 L1 " - - 0 _ \ z rn Not Plugged In • • Plug In Re - ignite manually after Power Cut • • power is restored ( Initial Installation ) Purge air Air In Gas Pipe • ( Installer ) Gas Filter Blocked • • • Service Call Miss Ignition • • Service Call Flue terminal obstructed • • • Clear obstruction Flue manifold not connected Service Call Louver obstructed • • Clear obstruction Air filter blocked • • Clean filter Gas Escape • Service Call Function Lock Set Cancel Function Lock Gas turned off at meter • • Turn gas on General maintenance items are not covered under unit's warranty . Such as cleaning dust , debris and carbon from flame rod , spider webs , and improper set up of unit . - 32 -
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ERROR MESSAGES will flash on the Digital Display of the controlpanel . This assists with diagnosingthe fault , and may enable you to | _ The Energysaver 1004 has the abilityto check its own operationcontinuously . If a fault occurs , an Error Message overcome a problem withouta service call . Please quote the code displayed when inquiring about service , j FAULT REMEDY CODE DISPLAYED Check gas is turned ON . 11 Ignition failure Service call if repeated . Flame failure Check gas is turned ON . 12 Servicecall if repeated . Clean filter 14 Overheat Servicecall if repeated . Lower room temperature 16 Room overheat to lessthan 40 ° C ( 104 ° F ) . 31 Room Temperature Service call . Sensor faulty 32 33 Overheat Temperature Service call . Sensor faulty 34 53 Sparker failure Service call . Combustion fan failure Service call . 61 70 Faulty ON / OFF switch Service call . 71 Faulty solenoids Service call . 72 Faulty Flame Rod Service caII . Communication Error Turn heater OFF , 73 then ON again . 49 Sensor breakdown Service Call . Flue block Check around flue terminal 99 If the Error Message s _ llremains or returns on the next operation , contact Rinnai or your nearest sewice I In all cases , you may be able to clear the Error Message simply by tuming the heater OFF , then ON again . ' _ J agent and arrange for a service call . m33m
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MAINTENANCE / SERVICE I MAINTENANCE SUGGESTIONS VISUAL CHECK SATISFACTORY This heater has been designed and constructed for a long performance life when installed and operated FRONT VIEW properly under normal conditions . Regular BLUE FLAME inspections , as outlined in this section , are strongly recommended as means of keeping your heater FLAME ROD operating efficiently throughout the season . 1 . Cleaning L J Heater must be cleaned annually . Keep heater clear of dust and debris especially in and around UNSATISFACTORY burner . Cleaning procedures of heater are as follows : FRONT VIEW YELLOW FLAME 1 ) Turn heater off . Allow to cool for one hour . 2 ) Remove the Front Panel by removing screws . See schematic page 38 . 3 ) Use pressurized air to remove dust from FLAME ROD around main burner , heat exchangers and fan blades . 4 ) Use soft dry cloth to wipe cabinet . DO NOT DAMAGE OR DISTORT ANY PARTS OF HEATER . • VENT MAINTENANCE DO NOT USE WET CLOTH OR SPRAY • VENT SYSTEM CLEANERS ON BURNER . Must be checked annually for blockage or 2 . Visual check of main bumer flames . deterioration . See vent installation instructions for proper assembly . Flame pattern should be as shown in the • MAINTENANCE - ELECTRIC MOTORS following Figures . Motors are permanently lubricated and need The burner must flame evenly over the entire no lubrication . Keep fan and motor free of surface when operating correctly . The flame dust and dirt . Clean annually . must burn with a clear blue stable flame . See page 40 item # 417 for location of view ports . Any and all parts removed for inspection or service must be replaced before operating unit . 3 _ The appliance area must be kept clear and free from combustible matedals , gasoline and other flammable vapors and liquids . 4 . The flow of combustion and ventilation air should not be obstructed . 5 . Verify proper operation after servicing . - 34 -
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MARK PARTS NAME MARK PARTS NAME OH . TH OVER HEAT THERMISTOR MS MAIN SWITCH R . TH THERMISTOR OHS OVER HEAT SWITCH FM CONVECTION FAN MOTOR TF1 _ 3 THERMAL FUSE F FUSE SP SPARKER ER ELECTRODE SV1 _ 3 MAIN SOLENOID VALVE 1 - - 3 POV MODULATING SOLENOID VALVE BL COMBUSTION FAN MOTOR TR TRANSFORMER PS PRESSURE SENSOR UNIT FR1 - 3 FLAME ROD 143 INDICATOLRAMP TEST SW I _ R1 I ACI20V ER If any of the original wire as supplied with the appliance must be replaced , it must be replaced with a wire of a least a 194 ° F temperature rating and number 18AWG or its equivalent . " CAUTION : Label all wires prior to disconnection when servicing controls . Wiring errors can cause improper and dangerous operation . " Verify operation after servicing
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WARRANTY INFORMATION Please record below : Purchased from : Address : Phone : Date of Purchase : Model No . : Serial No . : Installed by : Installer'slicense No . : Address : Phone : Date of installation : The installer is responsible for your heater's correct installation . Keep in a safe place for your records . CONSUMER'S NOTICE : Consumer product safety commission suggest all heating systems should be checked annually to be certain venting system is free of foreign matter , and that safety and electrical components be checked for safe operation . See maintenance . - 36 -
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LIMITED WARRANTY RINNAI FURNACE Rinnai America corporation warrants the products described in this warranty , including any parts and components thereof , to be free from any defects in materrials and workmanship for the period specified below , subject to the terms specified in this warranty . This warranty gives you specific legal hghts , and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state or country . This warranty extends to the original purchaser and applies to products purchased and retained for use within the U . S . A . and Canada . This warranty applies to furnaces manufactured after June 1 , t995 . MODEL PERIOD OF COVERAGE TYPE OF FAILURE 10 YEARS LIMITED * DEFECTIVE RHFE - 1004FA FROM DATE HEAT OF PURCHASE EXCHANGER FIVE YEARS DEFECTIVE RHFE - 1004FA FROM DATE MATERIALS OF PURCHASE TWO YEARS REASONABLE RHFE - 1004FA FROM DATE LABOR OF PURCHASE * * In the event of a malfunction , operational difficulty or failure of the product , or any parts or components , during the warranty term , resulting from defects in mstedais of workmanship Rinnai will remedy the malfunction , operational difficolty , or failure . The remedy will consist of repair or replacement of the product ( including payment of reasonable shipping costs ) , or refund of the purchase pdce , at the option of Rinnai . You may obtain the benefits of warranty coverage by returning the product to a qualified Rinnai servicing agent for the approphate repair or replacement . All warranty service end / or replacement of parts must be performed for you by a servicing agent which has been qualified by Rinnsi or its authorized distributor . Any such warranty replacement or repair shall be subject to the terms and conditions of this warranty for the remainder of the original period of coverage . In order to obtain the name and location of the qualified Rinnal servicing agent closest to you , please write Rinnai at the address shown on the back side of the warranty card or call RJnnaJ at 1 - 800 - 621 - 9419 in U . S . A . and Canada . This warranty does not cover travel time or any failure due to , operational difficulty , or malfunction due to accident , abuse , misuse , misapplication , improper installation or improper maintenance or service , or from any cause other than defects in materials or workmanship . If any part of your Rinnai EnergySaver fails because of a manufacturing defect in material or workmanship within two veers from the date of original purchase , Rinnai will furnish without charge the required replacement part , shipping and reasonable labor . In addition for the following three years , Rinnai will furnish without charge , the required replacement parts and shipping costs . In addition , if the heat exchangers faU because of a manufacturing defect in material or workmanship within the third throuoh the fifth year , from the date of original purchase , Rinnal will furnish without charge replacement heat exchangers , shipping costs included . Related service labor , import duties or custom fees and diagnosis calls are not included . In addition , if the heat exchangers fail because of a manufacturing defect in matedal or workmanship within the sixth throuoh tenth vear from the date of original purchase , Rinnai will make the following allowances , based on retail cost , toward purchase of replacement heat exchangers . Any local transportation , related service labor , import duties or customs fees and diagnosis calls are not included . Year of Failure Allowance 6 $ 50.00 - - U . S . A . 7 $ 40.00 - - U . S . A . 8 $ 30.00 - - U . S . A . 9 $ 2O . 00 - - U . S . A . 10 $ 10.00 - - U . S . A . Any implied warranties of merchantability and fitness applicable to the equipment are limited in duration to the period of coverage of this express written warranty . Some states / provinces do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts , so this limRation may not apply to you . Rinnai is not liable for any special , indirect or consequential damages ; some states / provinces do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages , so this limitation or exclusion may not apply to you . Rinnal does not authorize any person or company to assume for it any other obligation or liability in connection with the sale , application , engineering , installation , use , removal , return , or replacement of its products ; and no such representations are binding on Rinnai . The Warranty Registration Card provided below should be retumed within two weeks of purchase to help Rinnai better serve you . However , the retum of the Registration Card is not necessary in order to validate this warranty . Proof of purchase with date and serial number is required . " * The laborwarrantymay be extended3 additionalyearsfor a total of 5 years fullwarranty . Mail $ 25.00 per year to Rinnaiwiththe completed warrantyregistrationcard ( page57 ) , FOR EXTENDED WARRANTY - PLEASE REMIT PAYMENT WITH " III'IECARD PLEASE RETURN THE CARD TO RINNAI WITHIN TWO WEEKS OF PURCHASE - 37 -
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PARTS LIST J REMARKS PART NAME SIZE No . DRAWING No . QTY ' tO . 8 ] O01F - O73X02 SIDE PANEL i RHA WHITE 001 RHA WHITE TOP PLATE tO . 8 002 1004F - 207 ] RHA WHITE OPERATION LID t1 . 0 003 1004F - 2073 - 2 1 004 556F - 558 - 2 FULCRUM ¢ 3 . 2 1 ZUAAO2SZ STOPPER 005 e2 1 RHA WHITE ] O01F - 1514 - 2X02 DECORATION PANEL ASS'Y 006 RHA WHITE ] O01F - ] 60 - 2XO ] FRONT PANEL SSS'Y B 1 007 ESCUTCHEON PANEL 1 tO . 3 008 1004F - 2080 1 t1 . 2 CONSERVATIVEGRAY 009 ] O01F - O84 - 2X02 LOUVER SUPPORT TRIM 1 ! CONSERVATEVEGRAY ] O01F - ] 63 - 2XO ] LOUVER ASS'Y B 010 RHAWHITE ] O01F - ] 62X04 BOTTOM TRIM ASS'Y 1 011 FILLER ASS'Y D 1 CONSERVATIVEGRAY 012 ] O01F - ] 64 - 4XO ] LOUVER DOOR HINGES 1 013 1001F - 078 1.8 FILLER 1 BLACK 014 551F - O ] 5XO ] 1 015 RHF300 - 185 - ] MAGNET BACK SPACER LEFT A 1 tO . 6 RHA WHITE 016 1001F - 1410 - 2 BACK SPACER B RIGHT A 1 tO . 6 RHA WHITE 017 lO01F - 1411 - 1 1 t1 . 0 RHA WHITE o18 1001F - 166 - 4 OPERATION LID D 1 RHA WHITE 019 100 ] F - 165 - 10 BACK SPACER UPPER ASS'Y J BLACK 1004F - 228 AIR FILTER ASS'Y 2 020 1001F - O92X01 BACK SPACER SUPPORT 2 t1 . 2 021 2 t1 . 2 RHA WHITE 022 RHF1000 - 117X01 WALL BRACKET 024 lO01F - 157X02 LEG ASS'Y 2 550F - O220X01 RUBBER BRACKET ASS'Y 2 025 550F - O225X01 BASE SUPPORT RUBBER 4 026 lO01F - 145 - 3X04 HIGH BURNER ASS'Y C 1 100 HIGH BURNER ASS'Y C 1 101 1001F - 145 - 3X04 LOW BURNER ASS'Y C 1 102 t O01F - 147 - 3X01 103 RHF250 - O75X02 DAMPER PANEL 2 tO . 5 ] 04F BURNER BRACKET PACKING 2 t2 1001F - 049 1004F - 2022 BURNER BRACKET LEFT ASS ' _ 1 105 BURNER BRACKET RIGHT ASS'Y 1 106 1004F - 2020 1 107 ] O01F - ] O _ 2X02 FLAME ROD 1 tO . 6 108 RHF250 - 038 ELECTRODE CLIP 1091 1001F - 216 ELECTRODE 1 ] O01F - ] 68XO ] ELECTRODE BRACKET 1 tO . 6 110 ELECTRODE SEAL PACKING 1 t2 . 0 111 1001F - 175 AIR SHUTTER ADJUSTMENT 2 112 RHF250 - 076 € 4 MAININJECTOR 2 113 1004 _ 2031 114 11004R2036 MAININJECTOR 1 1 tO . 6 1001 _ 042X01 BURNER SHIELD LEFT 115 116 ilO01 _ 041XO1 BURNER SHIELD RIGHT 1 tO . 6 1004 _ 2066 INTERCONNECTION C ASS'Y 1 117 INTERCONNECTION B ASS'Y 1 118 1004F - 2065 1004F - 2064 ] NTERCONNECTION A ASS'Y 1 119 0 RING 6 P8 120 MlOB4 - 8 1 t1 . 2 121 1001F - 101 - 2X01 INTERCONNECTION CLIP INTERCONNECTION BRACKET 1 t1 . 2 122 CP - 30488X02 - 45 -
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QTY ' ! SIZE No . DRAWINGNo . PARTNAME REMARKS I i t1 . 2 123 1004F - 2030 INTERCONNECTIOBNRACKET l r 124 l O04F - 2060 - A GASCONTROLASS'Y AC GASCONTROLASS'Y ] 124 1004F - 2060 - C ] 125 CP - 40104 HANDLESPRING ] t ] . 6 126 1001F - 008 - 2 VALVEBRACKETBPPERA 127 1001F - 106 - 1 REVOLVINGSTO l t ] . 2 REVOLVINGSTOPPERC I i t1 . 2 128 lO01F - lO6 - 3X02 MANUALVALVE ] 129 1001F - 163332 130 1001F - 16 COCKREINFORCEMEBNOTARD 1 t1 . 2 131 1001F - 1626 SHAFTADAPTOR 1 132 1001F - 1639X02 SHAFT 1 _ 8XtO . 7 133 1001F - 1630 HANDLESUPPORT 1 t1 . 6 1 tO . 4 134 1001F - 1631XO1 VALVEPANEL ] 135 REH18 - 25 SHAFTGUIDE ] 136 CP - 40369 - 33 HANDLEASS'YCHANGEARSS'YB 137 lO01F - 138 - 2X05 MAINHEATEX ] ] t4 138 RHFlO00 - 167 INLETFLANGEPACKING 2 139 300FT - 14X03 GLASSWINDOWPACKING 140 300FT - 15X01 VIEWINGGLASS 2 t3 . 0 141 300FT - 12 GLASSCLIP 2 tO . 6 1 tO . 6 142 1001F - 115X01 BLANKINGPANEL 1 tO . 6 143 1004F - 2048 OT . THBRACKETHANNGoE . 144 1001F - 142 - 2XO6 SUBHEATEXC R1ASS'YB 1 145 1004F - 112 RECTIFICATIOBNOARDASS'YB 1 146 1001F - 151X01 RECTIFICATIBOONARDLEF ASS'Y 1 SUBHEATEXCHANGNEoR . 2ASS ' Y 1 147 1001F - 143XO4 148 1001F - 169XOl SPACEREATEXCHANGERCLIPA 1 € 16 149 lO01FO2 ] - 1X01 SUB H 1 t1 . 0 150 1001F - 02 ] - 2 SUB HEATEXCHANGERCLIPB 1 t1 . 0 151 lO01F - 183X02 SUBHEATEXCHANGEBRASS'Y 1 152 RHF1000 - 174 HEATEXCHANGBERRACKETSLIP 2 _ bl6 3 153 RHF1OOO - 142 - a ORINGAUSTELBOWASS'Y 154 1001F - 131 EXHA ] 155 1001F - 132 - 2 SLIDEPIPEB ] tO . 5 ] 157 lO04F - 53OXOl EXHAUSTADAPTORB ASS'Y l tl . 0 158 1004F - 401 SLIDEPIPESTOPPER l 159 1001F - 25OX02 EXHAUSTPIPESTOPPERASS'Y'Y 160 1001F - 1730XO2 EXHAUSPTIPESTOPPERSASS l 161 1001F - 111XO3 COVER l 162 RHF1000 - 145 ELBOWCOVERSTOPPER 1 tO . 8 163 431F - 1900 FLUEASS'Y ] 164 RHF1000 - 132 AIRINTAKEELBOW ] 165 RHFIOOO - ] 30 - d AIRINTAKEFLEXIBLEHOSE l L = I 50 166 1004 _ 2032 - 1x02 AIRINLET 1 l t2 167 1004F - 2033 AIRINLETPACKING 168 1004F - 2052 - 1 CLEAR SENSINGTUBE A t _ 3XL400 BLACK 169 1004F - 2052 - 2 SENSINGTUBE BCT l _ 4XL490 170 1001F - 158XO1 AIRINTAKEDU 1 17 ] 1001F - 053 SEALPACKING ] t3 ] 72 ] 00 ] F - ] 53 - 2 COMBUSTIONFAN CASING 1 178 CP - 303 ] 0 SCREWFORMOTOR 3 M5XO . 8X22 180 1004F - 2082 COMBUSTIOFNANTOTALASS'Y 1 - 46 -
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SIZE REMARKS PART NAME 3TY No . DRAWINGNo . 1 ! CAP 181 304F - g112 1 REAR PANEL ASS'Y 400 1001F - 186 - 1X17 1 FRAME LEFT ASS'Y 401 lO01F - 154X05 1 FRAME RIGHT ASS'Y ! 402 1001F - 156X10 1 t3 WARM AIR SEAL PACKING 403 O01F - ] 12X01 tl . 0 1 CONVECTION FAN SUPPORT B 404 00 ] F - 004 - 2 t1 . 2 1 TOP PANEL SUPPORT 405 001F - 066 1 t1 . 0 FRAME CORNER 406 O01F - O64X02 1 t1 . 0 TOP PANEL REINFORCEMENT 4O7 001F - 110 1 FRAME CORNER ASS'Y 408 004F - 2006 1 CONVECTION MOTOR 409 ES - 02051 t1 . 2 2 CONVECTION MOTOR BRACKET 410 550F - OgO3X01 1 CONVECTION FAN A 411 O04F - 308 - 1X01 1 CONVECTION FAN B 412 l O04F - 30B - 2X01 2 FAN CASING ASS'Y 413 ; O01F - 152X05 tO . 8 2 BELL MOUTH 414 RHFIOOO - B9X01 1 HEAT SHILD BOARD B ASS'Y 415 1001F - 159 - 2X07 2 t4 SEAL PACKING 416 RC - 223 - 21 - 1 2 t ] . 0 VIEWING WINDOW PANEL 417 1001F - 137 1 t0 . 25 INSULATION SHEETING 418 302F - 0523 1 tO . 6 O . H . S . PROTECTOR 419 302F - OBO6X01 tO . 8 ELECTRODE VIEWING PANEL 1 420 lO01F - O62X04 1 tO . 5 ELECTRODE COVER 421 1001F - OTOX02 2 tO . 8 O . H . S . BRACKET i422 1001F - 217 1 OVERHEAT SWlCH 423 ES - O1131X01 tO . 5 WATER LEVEL INDICATOR 1 424 1001F - 172 1 WATER LEVEL LABEL t50 / _ 425 550F - 141B BLACK 1 tO . 6 HUMIDIFIER TRAY 426 1001F - 037 1 TRANSFORMER BRACKET 427 1004F - 20t6 1 MAGNET 429 RHF300 - 185 - 1 4 P . C . B . SUPPORT 430 _ CP - 90436 - 3 1 THERMISTOR HOLDER 431 RC - 213 - 628 BLACK 1 ! POWER SUPPLY CABLE BRACKET 432 RC - 329 - 1033 1 : EDGE 433 1004F - 2009 2 NYRON RIVET 434 550F - 0418 1 CONVECTION MOTOR SUB ASS'Y 435 IO04F - 2086 1 OPERATION P . C . B . ASS'Y 700 004F - 2075 1 INDICATOR ASS'Y 702 ] 004F - 2078 1 IGNITOR ASS'Y 7031E1 - 161 TRANSFORMER 1 704 E % 251 1 MAIN P . C . B . TOTAL ASS'Y 705 1004F - 2010 1 706 1004F - 2051 PRESSURE SENSOR 1 POWER SUPPLY CABLE ASS'Y 707 CP - 90466 - 3 1 MOTOR LEAD ASS'Y B 708 1004F - 2054 1 SENSOR LEAD ASS'Y 709 1004F - 2053 FR LEAD ASS'Y 1 710 1004F - 2059 1 HIGHTENSION CORD ASS'Y 711 1001F - 1667 - 3 1 THERMISTOR LEAD ASS'Y 712 1004F - 2057 1 SV . IG LEAD ASS'Y 713 1004F - 2058 1 TF LEAD ASS'Y 714 1004F - 2061 LPG 1 RATING PLATE t25 / _ + t25 / J 800 CP - 72135 - 19 NG 1 RATING PLATE 800 CP - 72135 - 20 t25 / J + t25 / J - 47 -
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No . DRAWING No . PART NAME QTY ' SIZE REMARKS 801 CP - 72151 - 19 RATING PLATE ] t25u + t25 _ LPG 801 CP - 72151 - 20 RATING PLATE ] _ t25 / _ + t25u _ NG 802 1004F - 2093 OPERATION LABEL 1 t80u i ! 803 1001F - 1651 FILTER LABEL ] t25u + t25u 804 556F - 2065 CAUTION LABEL ] t25 / _ + t25 / _ CAUTION MARK 805 1001F - 1656 1 t25u + t25u 8061431F - 1840 PROPANE STICKER ] t80u NG STICKER I 806 431F - 1841 t80u EXHAUST CAUTION LABEL I 807 ] O01F - ] 654XO ] t80 u I 808 CP - 72062 - 2 SPEC MARK I 809 431F - 1860 POWER SUPPLY CABLE LABELi I t5O u GAS CHECK LABEL I S ] O 431F - ] 862XO ] tl40d GAS CHECK LABEL I 810 431F - ] 863XO ] t t140U 811 431F - 1830 EXHAUST CAUTION LABEL I t25u + t25u 812 CP - 71747 - 2 PULLLABEL I 850 1004F - 2090 OWNER'S MANUAL I 851 ] GO4F - 2092 CONVERTION MANUAL I 852 1004F - 2091 TEMPLATE I 853 1004F - 2095 - 1 I CONVERSION SET ( TO NG ) 853 1004F - 2095 - 2 I CONVERSION SET _ O LPG ) 854 FOT - ] 06 - 6 KEY I 855 FOT - 187 OPERATION LID SET I ZBAO408SBC SCREW M4XO , 7X8 901900ZBA0408S SCREW M4XO . TX8 902 ZBAO4OSSZ SCREW M4XO . 7X8 903 CP - 30421 - 1 SCREW M4XO . 7X8 904 ZBAO4 ] 2SZ SCREW M4XO . 7X ] 2 ! 905 ZBB04 ] OSC SCREW M4XO . 7X ] O 906 ZBDO408SC SCREW M4XO . 7X8 907 ZBDO408SZ SCREW M4XO . 7X8 908 ZEABO408SZ SCREW 4X8 909 ZEABO408SB SCREW 4X8 910 ZEAB0408SC SCREW 4X8 911ZGAAO308SZ SCREW 3X8 912 ZAAO506SZ SCREW M5XO . 8X6 913 ZAAO420SZ SCREW M4X20 914 ZEDBO4OSSZ SCREW 4X8 9 ] 5JZHAAO408SZ SCREW M4X8 916 ZHADO5 ] OSC SCREW M5X ] O 917 ZDAAO4 ] OSZ SCREW 4X10 SCREW M4XO . 7X8 9 ] 8iZlADO408SZ 918 ZlADO410SC SCREW M4XO . 7X ] 0 919 ZRABO4SZ NUT M4 920 ZSCAO4SZ WASHER M4 921 C _ 30408X01 SCREW 4.8XL32 922 ZAAO306SZ SCREW M3XO . 5X6 923 CP - 30486 - 2 SCREW ZSCAO4SC 924i WASHER M4 925 ZRAA04SC NUT M4 926 ZAAO440UK SCREW M4XO . 7X40 - 48 -
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Vent sizes : 5 Vent lengths are available , inch ( ram ) S Vent suits walls 3 " 44 1 / 2 " ( 75 4115 ) A Vent suits walls 41 / 2 " _ 91 / 2 " ( 115 _ 240 ) B Vent suits walls 9 1 / 2 " - - - - 15 3 / 4 " ( 2404400 ) C Vent suits walls 15 3 / 4 " - - - - 23 5 / 8 " ( 40046001 D Vent suits walls 23 5 / 8 " _ 31 1 / 2 " ( 6004800 / ® A ® c ® D REMARKS QTY PARTS NAME PARTS NO . RANK NO . 1 VENT KIT - S FOT - 150 1 M 1 FOT - 151 2 M VENT KIT - A 1 FOT - 152 3 M VENT KIT - B 1 FOT - 153 4 M VENT KIT - C 1 FOT - 154 5 M VENT KIT - D 1 SEE PAGE 14 . 6 RUBBER SEAL - 49 -
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RHFE - 1004FA FLOW DIAGRAM I ] 1 [ _ FLUE MANIFOLD AIR HLTER OVERHEAT SWITCH _ MODULATING SUB HEAT VALVE ( POV ) SOLENOID TO ( SV ] HLTER OLENOID VALVE ( SV2 ) FLAME ROD \ FLAME ROD 1 PRESSURE COMBUSTION / - SENSOR I - - 1 \ . _ . , o _ gT _ , , THERMISTOR - - - - GAS COMBUSTION AIR < _ X CONVECTION AIR - 50 -
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EXTENSION SET PARTS AND INSTALLATION GUIDE FOT - - 102 FOT - - 103 FOT - - 114 FOT - - 115 llU si This extension set is to be used for installations requiring extra distance . MAXIMUM VENT LENGTH 13 ' WITH 2 ELBOWS NAMES AND NUMBERS OF PARTS A FOT - 102 ( 11.4 - 20.3 inch ) I • B FOT - 103 ( 21.0 - 39.6 inch ) , 1 | _ ) _ % = = _ ( _ EXHAUST PIPE _ SCREW A ( _ PIPE STOPPER A _ PIPE CLAMP ( _ EXHAUST PIPE ( STRAIGHT ) 40 inch QPIPE STOPPER B ( _ WALL - FIXTURE _ SCREW B A FOT - 102 ( 29.5 inch ) B FOT - 103 ( 49.2 inch ) i = C FOT - 114 ( 906 inch ) , I i _ EKIRE _ III _ IIt _ IIIII ] I _ IIIIIIIrlI ! rlILI Jl _ Jlll [ I ; llll ] [ ] m _ l Jl IIIImt JfllliHl _ : _ 11 ilUglJ [ llml ( _ ) AIR INTAKE HOSE _ TOP STOPPER ( _ NUT ( _ X _ ) RING ( _ ) BENT ELBOW _ HOSE JOINT PARTS No FOT - 102 FOT - 103 FOT - 114 FOT - 115 ( X ) _ _ A EXHAUST PIPE FOT 111 - 1 1 EXHAUST PIPE FOT 112 - 1 1 1 _ B ( _ EXHAUST PIPEISTRAIGHT ) FOT 114 - 3 1 A AIR INTAKE HOSE RHF 1000 - 130 - e 1 ( _ B AIR INTAKE HOSE RHF 1000 - 130 - b 1 C AIR INTAKE HOSE RHF 1000 - 130 - f 1 ( _ ) BENT ELBOW FOT 025 - 4 1 _ ) HOSE JOINT FOT 0648 1 1 1 ( _ PIPE STOPPER A 1001F - 250 1 1 2 2 ( _ PIPE STOPPER B FOT 111.6 1 1 1 _ ) TOP _ rOPPER FOT 062 - 7 1 1 1 ( _ ) PIPE CLAMP FOT 064 - 11 2SET 3SET 4SET WALL FIXTURE FOT 064 - 12 2 3 4 _ ) NUT FOT 062 - 10 2 3 4 SCREW A ZAA0420SC 2 3 4 SCREW B CP - 30408 4 6 8 O RING M10B - 4 - 49 1 - 51 -
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• TYPES COMPATIBLE WITH EXTENSION SET RHFE - 1004FA INSTALLING AN EXTENSION KIT Installing an extension kit requires construction of an air line and the exhaust line . The air line is connected between the Air Suppty Elbow at the rear of the heater and the air inlet port on the Flue pipe . Similarly , the exhaust line is connected between the joint pipe at the rear of the heater , and the exhaust port on the Flue pipe . Caution : Check to see there is no debris in pipe or hose . • HOW TO INSTALL MODEL : RHFE - 1004FA Example : Using 2 sets of extension set and 1 bent set . Example : Using 80 inches slide pipe set . VENT MANIFOLD ( COMES WITH MAIN UNIT ) AIR INTAKE ELBOW ( COMES WITH MAIN UNIT ) ( FLUE ADAPTOR \ ( COMES WITH MAIN UNIT ) PIPE STOPPER A " FLUE ADAPTOR ( COMES WITH MAIN UNIT PIPE STOPPER A PIPE STOPPER A ' PIPE STOPPER B PIPE CLAMP EXHAUST PIPE PIPE STOPPER A PIPE STOPPER A ( COMES WITH POT - I15 ) PIPE CLAMP BENT ELBOW ( COMES W1TH FOT - 115 ) - _ PIPE STOPPER B PIPE CLAMP " _ PIPE STOPPER A PIPE CLAMP 40 INCH STRAIGHT PIPE HOSE JOINT _ UST PIPE PIPE CLAMP PIPE STOPPER A HOSE JOINT _ PIPE STOPPER A PIPE STOPPER E PIPE STOPPER E AIR INTAKE HOSE AIR INTAKE HOSE - 52 -
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1 . How to connect exhaust pipes Exhaust pipe Exhaust pipe f Fit inside Female end / Male enc ] _ Female end / . Male end / _ _ / P _ pe stopper B _ . . _ topper A To connect the exhaust pipes , fit the male end into the female end and clamp with pipe stopper A to prevent slipping . The exhaust pipe can be telescoped to the required length ; do not cut it . Female end Male end Connect bent pipe Pipe stopper A 2 . How to connect air intake hose " 7 _ Screw in counterclockwise J _ ' _ / . . . . . . . / Air intake elbow / Main unit a = rretake hose Screw hose joint half of its length onto the air intake hose , then screw another air intake hose into the joint . The hose can be cut to the required length . IMPORTANT : The PVC air line is longer than the exhaust line and may need to be cut to size . Be sure , however , to thoroughly deburr all rough edges . 3 . Affixing the air intake hose and exhaust pipe 4 . How to use the bent pipe Air intake _ Air intake _ l _ ' _ _ Exhaust pipe Adjustthe _ • Set the air intake hose and exhaust pipe into the pipe With the exhaust pipes inserted into the ends , bend clamps , screw the clamp onto the wall fixture , and affix to the wall with screw B . the bent pipe to the angle reguired for installation . This part is mainly used for curves and for connection • The air intake hose and exhaust pipe can also be to vent terminal . screwed onto the wall using the pipe clamp and the nut . - 53 -
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• CAUTIONS 1 . Maximum extendable length 2 . To prevent water condensation FOR BEST ROOM AIR HUMIDITY , KEEP WATER IN THE HUMIDIFIER TRAY . Condensed water _ 1 ! may accumulate LI here , a ? d cause a t _ lockage X CAUTION • 13 feet , 2 bends Never allow the exhaust pipe to sag , as condensed • The bend where the hose and pipes leave the body is not counted . water may accumulate and cause incomplete combustion . • The air intake hose should run along the exhaust pipe . 3 . Condensed water formed by combustion , will run back to the unit , and may overflow from the condensation pan if pipes are 3 " slope ( approximate ) longer then 8 feet . Therefore , pipes exceeding these lengths should be made to drain to the outside by giving their horizontal portions 3 " or more downward and outward slope . - 54 -
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4 . Wherever the air intake hose and exhaust pipe run sideways , try to have the exhaust pipe on top ( to prevent the air intake hose from sagging onto the exhaust pipe ) . Exhaust pipe Exhaust pipe Air intake hose Air intake hose QUALIFIED INSTALLING AGENCY The installation must conform to local codes , in the absence of local codes , the installation must conform with American National Standard ( National Fuel Gas Code ) known as NFPA 54 and ANSI Z223 . 1.1996 . Available from the American National Standards Institute , Inc . , 1430 Broadway , New York , N . Y . 10018 or from the National Fire Protection Association , 470 Atlantic Avenue , Boston , Mass . 02210 . - 55 -
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TECHNICAL DATA DIMENSIONS WEIGHT GAS RATE ( BTU / h ) INPUT OUTPUT Width : 36 5 / 8 " 90 Lbs . NG LP NG LP Height : 26 3 / 8 " Depth : 12 3 / 8 " LOW 10,500 10,500 LOW 8,400 8,400 HIGH 38,400 36,500 HIGH 30,720 29,200 Burner Orifices : NG LPG PARTS No . QTY ' PARTS No . QTY ' HI 1004F - 2031 - 2 - 1.80 2 1004F - 2031 - 1 - 0.95 2 LOW 1004F - 2036 - 2 - 1.95 1 1004F - 2036 - 1 - 1.20 1 GAS CONVERSION SPECIFICATIONS , DIAMETER OF DAMPER MANIFOLD DIFFERENTAL iGAS ORIFICE ( mm ) A - DJUSTMENT MODEL PRESSURE ( W . C . ) TYPE HI LOW FRONT RIGHT LEFT HI LO RHFE - 1004FA - N NG 1.8O 1.95 7 / 10 10 / 10 10 / 10 3.7 " W . C . 2.0 " W . C . RHFE - 1004FA - P LPG 0.95 1.20 10 / 10 10 / 10 10 / 10 10.1 " W . C . 4.3 " W . C . GAS SUPPLYPRESSURE NATURAL PROPANE MINIMUM 5.0 " W . C . 11.0 " W . C . MAXIMUM 10.5 " W . C . 13.0 " W . C . • The minimum inlet gas supply pressures is for the purpose of input adjustment . • Heaters may be converted from one gas to another using Rinnai conversion kits . - 56 -
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NAME TITLE NO POSTAGE NECESSARY COMPANY IF MAILED I1 [ 111 ADDRESS IN THE UNITED STATES CITY STATE ZIP PHONE NUMBER BUSINESS REPLY MAIL RRST CLASS PERMITNO . 271 LAGRANGEG , A _ WiLL BEPAIDBY _ Rinnai America Corp . 1662 Lukken Industrial Drive West - 57 - LaGrange GA 30240 - 9867 I , , 11,11 , , , , , I , 1,1 , , 111 , , , I , 1 , , I , , I , , 11 , , I , , , I , , , 111
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EXTENDED WARRANTIES AVAILABLE SEE WARRANTY FURNACE WARRANTY REGISTRATION CARD Owner's Name Rimud Installation Add _ ss AMERICA CORPORATION City , State , Zip 1662 Lukken Industrial Drive West Dealer's Name La Grange , Georgia 30240 Phone : l - 800 - 621.9419 Address City . State . Zip Type of Dealer Model Type of Gas Serial No . Date Purchased Comments : 1004F - 2090 × 02 PLEASE RETURN THIS CARD TO RINNAI WITHIN TWO WEEKS OF PURCHASE Printed in Japan 1999.7
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