Wayne P265 Burner user manual

GAS BURNER

WAYNE COMBUSTION SYSTEMS

801 GLASGOW AVE.

FORT WAYNE, IN 46803

Publication Date 5/01 - Revision B - Manual 101220

NOTE: Dimensions in ( ) are informational only. English values take priority.

FOR YOUR SAFETY

IF YOU SMELL GAS:

1. OPEN WINDOWS

2. DONT TOUCH ELECTRICAL SWITCHES

3. EXTINGUISH ANY OPEN FLAME

4. IMMEDIATELY CALL YOUR GAS

WARNING: If the information in these instructions is not followed exactly, a fire or explosion may result causing property damage, personal injury or death.

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 the appliance.

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

Immediately call your gas supplier from a neighbors phone. Follow the gas suppliers instructions.

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

CARBON MONOXIDE

POISONING HAZARD

CARBON MONOXIDE IS A COLORLESS, ODORLESS GAS

THAT CAN KILL. FOLLOW THESE RULES TO CONTROL

CARBON MONOXIDE.

Do not use this burner if in an unvented, enclosed area. Carbon monoxide may accumulate.

Do not adjust the pressure regulator. High pressures produce carbon monoxide.

Check flue gases for carbon monoxide. This check requires specialized equipment.

Allow only qualified burner service persons to adjust the burner.

Special instruments and training are required.

Read the owners manual before using.

OVERHEATING HAZARD

SHOULD OVERHEATING OCCUR:

Shut off the manual gas valve to the appliance.

Do not shut off the control switch to the pump or blower.

Installation and service must be performed by a qualified installer, service agency or the gas supplier. Warranty is voided if not installed by qualified service person.

ELECTRIC SHOCK HAZARD

HIGH VOLTAGES ARE PRESENT IN THIS EQUIPMENT.

FOLLOW THESE RULES TO AVOID ELECTRIC SHOCK.

Use only a properly grounded circuit. A ground fault interrupter is recommended.

Do not spray water directly on burner.

Turn off power before servicing.

Read the owners manual before using.

THESE INSTRUCTIONS SHOULD BE AFFIXED TO THE

BURNER OR ADJACENT TO THE HEATING APPLIANCE.

SPECIFICATIONS

BURNER MODELS

MINIMUM INPUT

MAXIMUM INPUT

P-250AF & P-250AF-EP & P250AF-DI

50,000 BTU/HR (14.65 kW/Hr)

P-265 & P-265-EP

65,000 BTU/HR (19.05 kW/Hr)

P-265-F & P-265F-EP

65,000 BTU/HR (19.05 kW/Hr)

ELECTRICAL Power Supply - 115V/60HZ 1 Ph.

MOUNTING: Adjustable Flange is Standard

Pedestal Mount is Optional.

These instructions were prepared for the guidance of those installing this particular gas conversion burner. While thy apply in principle to all installations, they should not be interpreted as meaning the only safe and economical way to install a conversion burner. It may be necessary to deviate from these instructions in some instances in order to comply with local gas company rules or codes in effect in the area in which the installation is made. It is recommended that the installer confer with the local gas company and with the proper municipal officials regarding any specific code or regulation governing the installation of gas conversion burners, the installation must conform with local codes or, in the absence of local codes, with the American National

Standard Installation of Domestic Gas Conversion Burners, Z21.8-1984, and the National Fuel Gas Code, ANSI Z223.1-1984.

Safe and Economical operation of the burner throughout its service life is dependent to a large extent upon its proper installation in the heating appliance. Therefore, we may impress upon the installer that good clean workmanlike installations mean satisfied customers.

VISUAL INSPECTION OF THE HEATING SYSTEM

A conversion burner shall not be installed in an appliance located in a room or basement where facilities for normal air circulation or infiltration are so limited so as to interfere with ready obtainment of all air necessary for proper combustion and draft hood dilution, unless at the time of burner installation special provisions are made for combustion and draft hood dilution

In open basements of homes of normal construction (without basement storm windows or tight stair doors) infiltration of combustion air is usually sufficient to replace that drawn up the flue, so special provisions are seldom necessary.

When the heating appliance is installed in a tightly close room without ventilating openings to outdoors or other rooms, provisions shall be made for suppling air for combustion through special openings, one near the floor line and the other near the ceiling, each to be sized on the basis of one square inch or more of free area for each 1,000

BTU (.2931 kW)