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User manual Louisville Tin and Stove, model WOW403

Manafacture: Louisville Tin and Stove
File size: 731.33 kb
File name: 98ee4c4d-7c9d-4db7-a115-f5e151c2305d.pdf
Language of manual:en
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8. Make sure no electrical wires or water pipes are in stud space selected. 9. RESIDENTIAL GARAGE INSTALLATION. Gas utilization equipment in residential garages shall be installed so that all burners and burner ignition devices are located not less than 18 inches {46 cm} above the floor. Unit should be located or protected so it is not subject to damage by a moving vehicle. Use care in selecting a good location within the garage. DO NOT locate the heater where heated air will be directed onto a nearby parked vehicle, as vehicle paint may discolor or rubber may harden and crack. DO NOT allow open or closed containers of paint, gasoline or other liquids having flammable vapors to be stored or used in the same area as the heater. 10. Gas supply line must be 3/8” minimum. Consult gas supplier, local code agency, or ANSI Z223.1 for proper sizing and routing of supply line. 11. Unit must have a grounded 115 v. electrical outlet. Heater is equipped with a 3-prong, 9 ft. factory installed power cord. FIGURE 3 CEILING FLOOR LEFT SIDE WALL RIGHT SIDE WALL 12” (30 cm) 12” (30 cm) 12” (30 cm) 6” (15 cm) (153 cm) 60” FRONT OF PANEL Page 7 STEP 3 - LOCATE THERMOSTAT 1. Thermostat must be installed in same room as heater. 2. Locate thermostat on an inside wall approximately 5 feet {153 cm} above the floor and at least 6 feet {183 cm}from the heater. 3. Do not locate thermostat so as to be effected by heat from sources other than the heater (i.e. direct sunlight, lamps, T.V. sets, radiators, registers, etc.). 4. Do not locate thermostat in unusually cool locations (i.e. outside wall, on a wall separating the heated area from an unheated area, in drafts from stairwells, doors, windows, etc.). 5. Install thermostat where there is good air circulation and where it is readily accessible for wiring, service and adjustment. Never install in a corner, alcove, over or behind furniture or behind a door. STEP 4 - GAS SUPPLY ROUGH-IN 1. An inch and a half (1-1/2”) opening is provided toward the right front of the liner bottom for installation of the gas supply line. This opening facilitates installation of a gas supply line located inside the room where the heater is installed. If the gas supply line is located in a stud space or other concealed area consult the gas supplier, local code officials or the latest edition of ANSI Z223.1/NFPA 54 for special instructions and approval for a concealed gas supply line. NOTE: If gas supply line is concealed, it must be brought into the room under the heater as there must be a manual shut-off valve installed in the gas supply line that is accessible from inside the room where the heater is installed. 2. The valve must be connected only by means of a pipe union of the ground joint type. 3. Mr. Installer, support gas valve, with a second wrench, when connecting the gas supply line, to prevent damage. 4. Install at least 3/8” gas supply line. Contact local gas supplier if any questions. 5. Install a drip leg in gas supply line immediately upstream from the gas connection to heater. (see local codes), and provide a 1/8” N.P.T. plugged tapping, accessible for test gauge connection and an individual manual shut off valve accessible within room where heater is installed. (See Figure 4). The heater and its individual shut off 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 psig (3.5Pa). The heater must be isolated from the gas supply piping system by closing its individual manual shut off valve during any pressure testing of the gas supply piping system at test pressures equal to or less than 1/2 psig (3.5Pa). 6. Test all connections for leaks using a soapy solution. NEVER USE AN OPEN FLAME TO TEST FOR LEAKS. 7. The maximum inlet gas supply pressure for natural or L.P./Propane gas is 1/2 p.s.i. or 14” w.c. 8. The minimum inlet gas supply pressure for the purpose of adjustment is 4.5” w.c. for natural gas or 11.0” w.c. for L.P./Propane gas. FIGURE 4 WOW Heater Outside Wall Outside Wall WOW Heater Floor Floor Floor Gas Supply Gas Supply Drip Leg Drip Leg Drip Leg Gas Supply Manual shut off valve must be in room with heater Manual shut off valve must be in room with heater Manual shut off valve must be in room with heater GAS SUPPLY FROM CRAWL SPACE GAS SUPPLY THROUGH OUTSIDE WALL GAS SUPPLY INSIDE ROOM WITH HEATER WOW Heater NOTE: 1/8” NPT plugged tapping must be provided in gas supply line immediately ahead of the heater. This tapping may be in the manual cutoff valve or in a separate fitting. E.) Center outer cabinet in window opening and slide in so bottom flange is flush against windowsill. Secure cabinet to windowsill through holes provided in cabinet bottom. Use appropriate fasteners (not provided) for type of material you are securing into. (See Figure 7). F.) Lower window onto the outer cabinet top. Do not apply excessive downward force as the cabinet top could be damaged. Leave a minimum 1/16” gap between ...

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