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Amtrol WH-9 Classic Series

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Category: Water Heaters

Water too hot and/ 2. Temperature set too high 2. Reduce temperature setpoint or ER2 message on 3. Temperature sensor not fully inserted 3. Re-insert thermistor wire or temperature sensor. Smart Control™ 4. Stuck zone valve 5. Flow check valve stuck open 4. Repair or replace 5. Clean, repair or replace 1. Air in boiler loop 1. Purge boiler loop. Check air elimination equipment. Noise from 2. Faulty circulator pump 2. Repair or replace pump BoilerMate® 3. Thermal expansion 3. Ensure the proper Th

Amtrol WH-7 Classic Series

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The sensor will function with either side placed toward the floor. 2. If the sensor will be used to detect another potential leak source, such as basement flooding, the sensor must be placed on a flat section of floor in an area where water will first collect. If the level cannot reach 1/32”, the alarm feature may not function. Do not place in a high-traffic area where the sensor could be stepped on or moved. The sensor will function with either side placed toward the floor. 3. After placing the

Amtrol WELL-X1

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Category: Water Systems

As in all plumbing products and water storage vessels, bacteria can grow in this Product, especially during times of non-use. Consult your local plumbing professional regarding any steps you may wish to take to safely disinfect your home’s plumbing system. DANGER! EXPLOSION HAZARD, WHEN THE WELL-X1™ HAS BEEN IN SERVICE AND A CHANGE TO A HIGHER PRE-CHARGE PRESSURE IS NECESSARY DUE TO A REQUIRED CHANGE IN THE PRESSURE SWITCH SETTING, FAILURE TO FOLLOW INSTRUCTION MANUAL CAN CAUSE A RUPTURE OR EXPL

Amtrol WELL-X-TROL WX-401

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This allows you to use the Well- X-Trol® “principle of separation of air and water” on larger jobs that are beyond the typical residential range. The Well-X-Trol® models we’ll be working with in this handbook are listed in Table 1. The design features of these larger models allow us to apply them more creatively than the smaller residential models found in the Well-X-Trol® 100, 200, and 250 series. The Larger Well-X-Trol®s are Designed and Built for Maximum Acceptance on Each Operating Cycle In

Amtrol WELL-X-TROL 420

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We now must select a pressure range (min. to max.) to establish pressurized delivery of water to the system and that we overcome elevation (static height) and friction loss of the piping. We must select a minimum pressure at the Well- X-Trol® location that will insure enough pressure to keep water flow under pressure at the top of the system…overcoming both the static height and the resistance to flow through the piping. We’ll do this by pre-charging the Well-X-Trol® to a pressure (P1) equal to

Amtrol WELL-X-TROL

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6. Slowly open the service valve to allow the system to pressurize. The pressure may drop slightly during this process. After the valve is fully open, open the fixture closest to the Well-X1™ to begin drawing water from the tank. 7. When the system reaches the factory cut-in (pump on) setting of 40 psig, the pump will start. Like a traditional mechanical switch, the pressure will begin to rise, repeating the cycle. If desired, the Well-X1™ settings can now be adjusted as shown below. OPEN CLOSES

Amtrol VALUE-WELL 100 PSIG

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Category: Water Systems

aveRTISSeMenT: eXaMIneR TouTeS LeS InfoRMaTIonS gEnERaLeS de SEcuRITE eT de PRoduIT deLa Page 5 avanT L’InSTaLLaTIon. adveRTencIa: anTeS de InSTaLaR, RePaSe Toda La InfoRMacIOn geneRaL de SeguRIdad y deL PRoducTo Que Se encuenTRa en La PAgIna 8. Your well tank by AMTROL has been carefully assembled and factory tested. To enjoy the full service your well tank can provide, you should read and follow all of the instructions in this manual. When all installation steps have been completed, make sure

Amtrol Therm-X-Trol

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Category: Water Heaters

Amtrol TD-7ZDW

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Category: Electric Heaters

Open the cold water supply valve to the boiler. b. Check for system leaks. c. Close the weighted check valve on the boiler return piping of the BOILER MATE™ d. Open the drain valve on the boiler return line to release entrapped system air. e. Close the drain valve f. Open the weighted check valve. C. ELECTRICAL WIRING All wiring must be in accordance with local codes, regulations, and ordinances or, in the absence of such codes, the National Electrical Code ANSI/NFPA No. 70, latest edition. The

Amtrol TD-7Z

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Category: Electric Heaters

Reassemble the access panel/electronic control to the BOILER MATE™. 6. Confirm that the temperature sensor is firmly inserted into the thermostat well. 7. Proceed with the installation. TYPICAL INSTALLATIONFIGURE 1BOILERHEATING ZONESHEATINGSYSTEMRETURNZONE VALVESCONTROLLED BYTHERMOSTATHEATINGCIRCULATORCIRCULATORBOILERMATE™ DRAINVALVETHERMALLOOPDOMESTICHOT WATER VACUUMBREAKERDRAIN VALVEFLOW CHECKVALVETHERM-X-TROL® DOMESTICCOLD WATERSUPPLYPRVSHUT-OFFVALVESHUT-OFFVALVESHUT-OFFVALVEBOILERSUPPLYRELIE





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