Instruction/ maintenance manual of the product 1200G United States Stove
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1 •DRAWINGS FOR ILLUSTRATION PURPOSES ONLY• Model 1200G SOLID FUEL W ARM AIR FURNA CE Owners Manual C O M P A N Y U N I T E D S T A T E S S T O V E C S S U WARNOCK HERSEY R *FOR P ARALLEL INST ALLA TION WITH AN EXISTING FORCED AIR, GAS OR OIL FIRED FURNA CE (U .
2 •DRAWINGS FOR ILLUSTRATION PURPOSES ONLY• T OOLS AND MA TERIALS NEEDED TOOLS Pencil 6 Foot Folding Rule or Tape Tin Snips Drill, Hand or Electric Drill Bit (For Sheet Metal Screws) 1/8" Dia. Screw Driver (Blade-Type) Gloves Sabre Saw 5/16" Nut Driver or 5/16" Socket with Rachet MATERIALS 6" Pipe, 6" Elbow, Collar and Thimble; as required (24 gauge min.
3 •DRAWINGS FOR ILLUSTRATION PURPOSES ONLY• CA UTION Your Furnace has the following labels. Read and obey all labels. REFER TO MARKINGS ON THE APPLIANCE FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION. CAUTION! INSPECT FLUE PIPES, FLUE PIPE JOINTS AND FLUE PIPE SEALS REGULARL Y T O ENSURE THA T SMOKE AND FLUE GASES ARE NO T DRA WN INT O , AND CIRCULA TED BY , THE AIR CIRCULA TION SYSTEM.
4 •DRAWINGS FOR ILLUSTRATION PURPOSES ONLY• Read these rules and the instructions carefully. Failure to follow them will cause a hazard that could result in death, serious bodily injury, and/or property damage. Check your local codes. This installation must comply with their rulings.
5 •DRAWINGS FOR ILLUSTRATION PURPOSES ONLY• Your Supplemental Furnace is designed to be a supplemental or central heating source for your home. This solid fuel furnace may be installed in conjunction with a properly operating central fur- nace that is listed or certified in accordance with nationally recognized safety standards and equipped with the required controls and other safety features and which has been installed with appropriate standards of National Fire Protection Association with installation clearances specified in the furnace nameplate marking.
6 •DRAWINGS FOR ILLUSTRATION PURPOSES ONLY• MODEL 1200G DIMENSIONS FIG. 1 .
7 •DRAWINGS FOR ILLUSTRATION PURPOSES ONLY• 1. 2. 3. 4. FIG. 3 The furnace should be located in the same room as the central system and as close as possible, but no closer than 9". There should be no wall between the furnace and the warm air outlet duct that is connected directly to the warm air outlet plenum of the central furnace.
8 •DRAWINGS FOR ILLUSTRATION PURPOSES ONLY• LISTED FACTORY BUILT CHIMNEY Carefully follow chimney manufacturer's instructions. Use only a Listed Residential Type or Building Heating Appliance Chimney. If your chimney starts at the ceiling (Fig.
9 •DRAWINGS FOR ILLUSTRATION PURPOSES ONLY• RULES FOR CONNECT OR PIPE INST ALLA TION FIG. 6 The crimped end of the chimney connector fits inside the furnace flue collar. Install additional chimney connector and elbow with the CRIMPED END TOWARD THE FURNACE.
10 •DRAWINGS FOR ILLUSTRATION PURPOSES ONLY• ASSEMBL Y OF FURNA CE Your furnace requires the following items to be assembled or installed by the service person: Feed Door Handle Feed Door Latch Ash Door Handle Ash Door Latch Blower and Blower Control Electrical Connections Remove all parts from inside the furnace and inspect for damage, including the firebrick as some breakage could occur during shipment.
11 •DRAWINGS FOR ILLUSTRATION PURPOSES ONLY• BLO WER & COMPONENT ASSEMBL Y - FIG. 10 JUNCTION BOX MOUNTING BRACKET 1. Attach the Honeywell Limit Control to the bracket as shown below, using (2) of the #12 x 3/4" Tek Screws provided in the parts bag.
12 •DRAWINGS FOR ILLUSTRATION PURPOSES ONLY• MODEL 1200Q WIRING DIAGRAM - FIG. 11 LIMIT CONTROL BLACK WHITE WHITE BLACK WHITE BLACK GREEN 2 x 4 JUNCTION BOX BLOWER TO HOUSE SUPPL Y NOTE: GROUND HOUSE SUPPLY TO INSIDE OF JUNCTION BOX.
13 •DRAWINGS FOR ILLUSTRATION PURPOSES ONLY• Installation Please see all methods of Installation in Appendix at the rear of this booklet. This is a furnace, not a free standing stove. You must direct heated air from 12" outlet away from the furnace, or it will not function properly.
14 •DRAWINGS FOR ILLUSTRATION PURPOSES ONLY• POWER FAILURE INSTRUCTIONS: Operation after loss of power Remove filter if provided. Do not expect to keep home at normal temperatures. Do not load fuel abov e bottom of feed door . Set Fuel door and Ash door spin draft maxim um closed per the factory installed stops.
15 •DRAWINGS FOR ILLUSTRATION PURPOSES ONLY• CENTRAL INST ALLA TION (U.S. & CANAD A) ADD-ON INST ALLA TION (U .S. ONL Y) .
16 •DRAWINGS FOR ILLUSTRATION PURPOSES ONLY• AL TERNA TIVE P ARALLEL INST ALLA TION WIRING DIA GRAM - FIG. 14 TO GAS/OIL/ELECTRIC TRANSFORMER HOTBLAST COMBINATION CONTROL LIMIT FAN JUMPER IN H H POWER SUPPLY GAS/OIL/ELECTRIC POWER SUPPLY JUNCTION BOX CENTRAL FURNACE BLOWER MOTOR WOOD FURNACE BLOWER MOTOR CAUTION! DO NOT CONNECT PLENUM FAN CONTROL SWITCH ACROSS FURNACE LIMIT CONTROL.
17 •DRAWINGS FOR ILLUSTRATION PURPOSES ONLY• Your Hotblast Furnace is for burning wood only. WOOD BURNING: (1)use Hardwood, 18" to 26", split and air dried (seasoned) for six months. (2) set thermostat to "HIGH" before opening feed door.
18 •DRAWINGS FOR ILLUSTRATION PURPOSES ONLY• Do not expect a furnace to draw. It is the chimney that creates the draft. Smoke spillage into the house or exces- sive build-up of water or creosote in the chimney would keep it from functioning properly.
19 •DRAWINGS FOR ILLUSTRATION PURPOSES ONLY• MODEL 1200G - P AR TS .
20 •DRAWINGS FOR ILLUSTRATION PURPOSES ONLY• KEY NO. DESCRIPTION QTY. PART NO. 1 FIREBOX WELDMENT 1 69121 2 CABINET SIDE 2 24568 3 CABINET TOP W ELDMENT 1 69151 4 FIRE BRICK 16 89066 5 GRATE 4 40288 6 ASH PAN WELDMENT 1 68228 7 SMOKE CURTAIN 1 23800 8 1/4-20 x 1-1/4 BOLT 2 83445 9 SMOKE CURTAIN CLIP 2 23787 10 1/4-20 KEP NUT 9 83250 11 BAFFLE 1 24576 12 FEED DOOR HINGE 1 24959 13 1/4-20 x 1/ 2 BOLT 9 83409 14 HINGE PIN 4 83872 15 FEED DOOR GASKET 4.
21 •DRAWINGS FOR ILLUSTRATION PURPOSES ONLY• APPENDIX INST ALLA TION A NOTE: ANTI-BACKDRAFT FLAPPERS OR BAFFLE ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS INSTALLATION.
22 •DRAWINGS FOR ILLUSTRATION PURPOSES ONLY• APPENDIX INST ALLA TION B NOTE: ANTI-BACKDRAFT FLAPPERS OR BAFFLE ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS INSTALLATION.
23 •DRAWINGS FOR ILLUSTRATION PURPOSES ONLY• APPENDIX INST ALLA TION C NOTE: ANTI-BACKDRAFT FLAPPERS OR BAFFLE ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS INSTALLATION.
24 •DRAWINGS FOR ILLUSTRATION PURPOSES ONLY• APPENDIX INSTALLATION D (U.S. ONLY) INSTALLATION E (U. S. ONLY) .
25 •DRAWINGS FOR ILLUSTRATION PURPOSES ONLY• APPENDIX INSTALLATION F INSTALLATION G .
26 •DRAWINGS FOR ILLUSTRATION PURPOSES ONLY• NOTES .
27 •DRAWINGS FOR ILLUSTRATION PURPOSES ONLY• List of Problems Possible Cause Solutions 1. Smoking when feed door is open. 2. Furnace does not heat. 3. Blower does not run. 4. No air from registers - fan running. 5. Air from registers is not hot.
28 •DRAWINGS FOR ILLUSTRATION PURPOSES ONLY• THIS MANU AL WILL HELP Y OU OBT AIN EFFICIENT , DEPEND ABLE SER VICE FROM Y OUR HO TBLAST FURNACE, AND ENABLE Y OU T O ORDER REP AIR P AR TS CORRECTL Y . KEEP THIS MANU AL IN A SAFE PLA CE FOR FUTURE REFERENCE.
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