IMPORTANT: This water heater has a resettable Burner flame yellow-lazy 1. Provide ventilation to water heater. Check flue way, flue baffle, burner 2. Check with gas utility company 3. Clean, locate source and correct 4. Replace thermostat
Do not use heater if any part has been under water. Immediately call a quali-fied service technician to inspect the room heater and to replace any part of Yellow flame during burner combustion Slight smoke or odor during initial operation
flame covering 5/8” to 3/4” of the ignitor has been verified. 4. Water heater has to be in failed mode, i.e. Blower is running, although there is no flame in combustion chamber. Check for 24 volts AC on yellow wire at the ignition control.
Heater lever (water valve) is „Hot” setting? °C 053 Flame loss in „Power” setting Heater has started (flame detected) and indicates flame loss in a power setting. ge = yellow gn = green vi = violet br = brown gr = grey bl = blue
As the water heater in most new homes has been banished to the garage, basement, closet or attic, simple needs of water heaters have been forgotten or over- A lack of combustion air will cause the main burner to have an unstable yellow flame pattern in the combustion chamber.
Water heater has a main burner flame. The main burner flame: 1. which can come on at any time and 2. will ignite flammable vapors. Vapors: 1. cannot be seen, G/Y:GREEN/YELLOW, AC 120V O:ORANGE,ORANGE CODE DE COULEUR COLOR CODE MIN BUTTON BOUTON MIN. G/YorG W BOUTON MAX. BL BL BL LED G G
Important: This water heater has a resettable thermal switch Burner flame yellow-lazy 1. Provide ventilation to water heater. Check flue way, flue baffle, burner 2. Check with gas utility company 3. Clean, locate source and correct 4.
Water Heater Troubleshooting A propane flame should have a bluish green flame with a tinge of yellow at the tip. • Check for power and electrical continuity at the lower and upper heating elements. Replace water heating element if necessary.
Might be that a water heater has a recovery rate of 30 gallons of water per hour at 80 degree F. (Fahrenheit) temperature rise. • Yellow burner flame • Sooting water heater • Possible carbon monoxide • Smell of burnt gas in the room .
If your pilot model water heater is not operating properly, first check if the stove or other If the flame is yellow or orange, the water heater should be shut off immediately in the LP gas mode. It can still be operated in the electric mode.
Your water heater is built to the current industry safety standard and meets all FVIR (flammable vapor ignition resistant) requirements. This assures that any If the yellow flame or pilot outage problem persists, perform the following
Do NOT use a Patio Heater that has an excessively yellow flame or that has an excessive smell or that is blackened with soot in any way. water solution to check for gas leaks, any leak will cause bubbles. Spider Web examples: Fig 1. Fig 1.
RESULT IN A YELLOW, LUMINOUS BURNER FLAME, CAUSING CARBONING OR SOOTING OF THE COMBUSTION CHAMBER, BURNERS, AND FLUE TUBES AND CREATES A RISK OF When the water heater has been used for other than single family residential application; 1.
YELLOW FLAME DESIGN UNVENTED (VENT-FREE) This heater has a pilot with an Oxygen Depletion Sensor Shutoff System (ODS). The ODS/pilot is a required feature for vent-free room heaters. Gas water heater* _____ Btu/Hr Gas