Check gas type on heater rating label on right side of cover. LP is for propane, clean the 90° bend of the flame sensor rod. 4. at hydrogenerator wire connector with water flowing See Figure 1. If less than 1.3VDC, clean or replace
water heater’s rated manifold pressure Once the temperature sensor resistance values are known, the water temperature must also be known to determine if the Step 5. Clean ScreenLok ® Flame Arrestor using stiff brush,
Clean pilot assembly, pilot orifice, and sensor. Check flame signal ____ Wipe down exterior of equipment. Sign service tag on equipment. Water Heater (maintenance)
Heater lever (water valve) properly in the "Warm" position? 3. Fuses OK? 4. Remove and clean flame sensor (see p. 12) Replace fuse Replace blower (see p. 14) Charge battery, check battery Clean electrical connections Check controller
Flame Sensor . Burner . Pressure . Switch . Fusible Link . 305 °F . High . Limits . A. Inadequate water flow through heater. A. Low water temperature. A. Restriction in water flow system at or replace Water Pressure Switch, if less clean filter, baskets or
– Clean ignition air drillhole 9 Flame sensor WE = Water inlet WA = Water outlet A = Exhaust B = Fuel V = Combustion air 1 3 B 2 WA WE A V 9 8 7 4 5 6. 6 2 Function • Vent heater (water shortage), open heater slide valve, check water flow rate.
By the flame sensor, the heater is restarted. Safety thermal cutout switch/temperature sensor/water 3. Glow plug 6. Flame sensor/heat exchanger fastening screws 5. clean the sealing surface and apply liquid seal) 2. Glow plug cable. 7. Housing including heat exchanger, dismantled 10
Clean the sensor glass and the monitoring glass if they are dirty. 3. Close the burner cover (see 3 – 4.1 General Cover the flame sensor. 6. Turn on the water heater. 7. The manometer will give the pump pressure after approximately 13 seconds.
Burner flame. Two types of 120V igniters may be used; Sensor 34° to 212°F (-1°C to 100°C) SV9570 SMARTVALVEŽ WATER HEATER CONTROLS water heater control application, but the specific controls used and the procedures outlined by
Cover the flame sensor. 6. Turn on the water heater. 7. The manometer will give the pump pressure after approximately 13 seconds. necessary, clean it. Never use the water heater in an unventilated area. Wait until the water heater has completely
This water heater must be wired to a 120volt, 60Hz or 240 volt, Clean flame sense rod with emery cloth. If problem is not solved, has bare spots touching metal parts of if flame sensor rod is touching the pilot
water gets excessively hot, a sensor within the probe opens, vacuum all dust and other particles from beneath the water heater. To clean the bottom of the flame contact with a flame (a gas water heater uses 12 cubic feet of air for each 1000 BTU of heat
Beauty salon may affect the flame sensor. Water heater may not work properly. TAKAGI recommends isolating the T-K3-SP from beauty • Is the filter on cold water inlet clean? (p. 24) • Are the fixtures clean of debris and obstructions?
Tape/textured gypsum board meet these flame spread ratings. When installed as such, sensor circuit, chamber to drain the remaining water from the heater into a bucket . Clean the seals and replace the plate. 4.
TO THE WATER HEATER. OWNER: • RETAIN THESE INSTRUCTIONS AND WARRANTY FOR FUTURE REFERENCE. Ensure the flame sensor is clean – use ultra fine steel wool or Scotch-Brite pad to clean the flame sensor. 5. “ECO” and “OPEN” Flashing
Water heater life depends upon water quality, Water temperature sensor is 1. Check that all wiring is correct and secure. either open or short circuited. 2. SIZZLING-RUMBLING Sediment at bottom of heater tank. Clean sediment from tank.
Remove flame rod and check for carbon build‐up. Clean flame rod with dollar bill. 4. Check If no water is found in cabinet unplug sensor and fire water heater.
flame sensor, the water heater will shut down on errors. • Is the filter on cold water inlet clean? (p. 35) • Is the hot water fixture sufficiently open to draw at least 0.5 GPM through the water heater? (p. 31) • Is the unit frozen?