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Thermo Products OC2-56

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Category: Electric Heaters

PLATE PART NO. TOP-25752 BTM-35733 35750 35750 35750 35750 MTG. PLATE GASKET PART NO. 330090 330088 330088 330088 330088 **NOZZLE SIZE .50-60A .60-60A* .75-60A* .90-60A* 1.10-60A* NOZZLE PART NO. 380393 380394 380395 380396 380397 OIL PUMP PRESSURE 170 PSI 145 PSI 145PSI 145 PSI 150PSI BURNER F3 F3 F5 F5 F5 BURNER PART NO. 380215 380215 380216 380216 380216 * A refers to hollow pattern nozzle ** NOTE: The reason the Riello burner nozzle sizes are smaller than the standard Thermo Pride burner noz

Thermo Products Built Tough for Lifetime Comfort OMC-70

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Since 1955, Thermo Pride has backed our heat exchangers with the industry’s only transferable Limited Lifetime Warranty. We also offer a full five-year parts warranty at no additional cost. Together, these make up Thermo Pride’s unique “Peace of Mind” warranty…our assurance to you that, when you buy Thermo Pride, you buy the best. Comfort Comfort is the purpose behind any heating system. “Temperature rise” makes the difference between feeling warm, comfortable air from the registers in your home

Thermo Products MHA1-50

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208 IN.2 304 IN.2 394 IN.2 484 IN.2 DISPOSABLE TYPE FILTER 300 FT./MIN. 344 IN.2 506 IN.2 656 IN.2 804 IN.2 * The Thermo Products supplied filter can be cut to size to fit other filter retention systems as long as the minimum size requirement is met. NOTICE: Any internal stiffeners used in the filter must not be removed, although they can be cut to the length required. C. VISUAL INSPECTION PROCEDURE It is recommended that the homeowner/user conduct the following periodic visual inspection of the

Thermo Products CHX1-75

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: If you suspect there is a problem with the furnace, its venting system or any other related problem, immediately contact a qualified service agency. 11. Your furnace should be described by the model number and serial number when contacting a qualified heating contractor. This important information is located on the rating plate behind the front door. 12. Should this unit be installed in an attic or other insulated area or if the area is insulated after the furnace is installed, the furnace mus

Thermo Products OH5-85

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. WARNING: NEVER burn garbage or refuse in your furnace. Never try to ignite oil by tossing burning papers or other material into your furnace. . WARNING: Thermo Pride oil furnaces are designed to burn No. 1 or No. 2 distilate fuel oil. NEVER USE GASOLINE OR A MIXTURE OF OIL AND GASOLINE. . CAUTION: DO NOT ATTEMPT TO START THE BURNER WHEN: 1. Excess oil has accumulated, 2. The furnace is full of vapors 3. The combustion chamber is very hot. IF ONE OR MORE OF THESE CONDITIONS EXIST, CONTACT A QUA

Thermo Products CHB1-100

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: Shut off the power to the furnace before removing blower compartment door to avoid injury from moving parts. A. ANNUAL INSPECTION The homeowner must have this furnace professionally inspected at the beginning of each heating season by a qualified heating contractor to ensure proper operation. 11 All installations and services must be performed by qualified service personnel. NOTICE: This furnace has been shipped from the factory with a permanently lubricated circulating air blower motor. Any m

Thermo Products CDX1-75

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Make sure there are no signs of deterioration of the furnace or base. 7. Examine the entire furnace, including removing the vestibule door and inspect the control compartment and the furnace for signs of damaged or unusually worn wiring, condensation, sooting or other damage or deterioration. 8. Restore power to the furnace. Follow the operating instructions to light furnace. 15 All installations and services must be performed by qualified service personnel. 9. Make sure the burner flames are in

Thermo Products OC5-85

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“Y” DIMENSION IS MEASURED FROM THE BLOWER PAN ON “H” MODELS AND FROM THE BASE ON “L” AND “C” MODELS. Fig 1: Recommended location for drilling hole to connect vent pipe to the furnace through the left hand side casing. A. DRAFT REGULATORS: A draft regulator is supplied with the furnace and should be installed according to the regulator manufacturers recommendations. With the burner operating, use a draft gauge to adjust the regulator to the proper setting. (refer to the instructions enclosed with

Thermo Products CDX1-100N

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WHAT TO DO IF YOU SMELL GAS: • DO NOT TRY TO LIGHT ANY APPLIANCE. • DO NOT TOUCH ANY ELECTRICAL SWITCH; DO NOT USE ANY PHONE IN YOUR BUILDING. • LEAVE THE BUILDING IMMEDIATELY. • IMMEDIATELY CALL YOUR GAS SUPPLIER FROM A NEIGHBOR’S PHONE. FOLLOW THE GAS SUPPLIER’S INSTRUCTIONS. • IF YOU CANNOT REACH YOUR GAS SUPPLIER; CALL THE FIRE DEPARTMENT. INSTALLATION AND SERVICE MUST BE PERFORMED BY A QUALIFIED INSTALLER, SERVICE AGENCY OR THE GAS SUPPLIER. (REFERRED TO IN THESE INSTRUCTIONS AS A QUALIFIED

Thermo Products OH2-56

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8 Fig. 10: (Side view) Burner insertion illustration F. HORIZONTAL FURNACE POSITIONS: The horizontal furnace may be turned end for end, or rotated, making the top into the bottom, as shown in Fig. 11. Fig. 11: A horizontal furnace rotated 180° (or flipped end for end) to reverse airflow direction After the furnace has been positioned, the bottom burner mounting stud must be broken off before mounting the burner (See Fig. 12). Also, the fan & limit and its mounting bracket must be relocated once





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