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INNOVATIVETUBEINTEGRITYSAFETYSYSTEM*(TISS™) Space-Ray’snewlydevelopedTubeIntegritySafetySystem* (TISS)providespeaceofmind.Itmayneverbeneeded,butintheunlikelyeventofatubefailure,youwillbehappythatyouhaveaTISS.Itissimple.Alowvoltagecircuitcontinuouslymonitorstheclearanceabovethereflectorforexcessiveoverheatandtubeintegritycompromise.Youmayneverknowitisthere,butonapositivepressuretubeheateritisnicetoknowyouhavetheTISS. LowVoltageCircuitControlTopofReflector10’LongAluminumWire& SleeveAssemblySpringR

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Space-Rayinfraredheatersheatlikethesunbytransferringradiantheatenergydirectlytotheareastobeheated.Radiantenergyisabsorbedbyconcretefloors,objectsandpeople,andre-radiatedtowarmthesurroundingarea.Thisprincipleissimilartothesun’sradiantheatenergyheatingtheEarthbutnottheupperatmosphere.Thisheatingtech- nologycreatesacomfortzoneatfloorlevel,notattheceiling,andismuchmoreefficientthanconventionalforcedairheatingsystems. AhighlyradiantefficientSpace-Rayinfraredheatingsystemcannormallysaveabuild- ingowne

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1). The burner will light. DO NOT operate the heater in any other than the full “ON” position. 9. IMPORTANT: DO NOT attempt to adjust the main burner input using the main gas supply valve, for this may cause the pilot and thermocouple to shut down the burner (Fig. 2). Shut-down instructions: To turn the heater OFF, • For short periods of time, turn the main burner off by rotating the gas valve knob clockwise to the “PILOT” position. • For extended periods of non use, turn the appliance completel

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or 10 ft. body section) 5 43319050 Reflector - - 4’-llVi” long (5’ section only; 1 per 5 ft. body section) 6 43319100 Reflector - - 9’-llV2” long (10’ section only; 1 per 10 ft. body section) 7 43320000 End Reflector (2 per heater) 8 43342000 Corner Reflector Package 9 42921000 Tube Flange Gasket 10 42912080 10' Tube Assembly, 4” OD, ALC w/one 24-hole flange (staiVend tube) 11 41932100 10’ Tube Assembly, 4” OD, ALC w/out flange (extension tube) 12 42912100 5’ Tube Assembly, 4” OD, ALC w/

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See the following drawings for typical examples. 1. Use only noncombustible materials for hangers and brackets. 2. A minimum No. 2 chain with a working load limit of 115 lbs. is required. 3. Turnbuckles should be used with chains to allow leveling of the heater. All “S” hooks and eye bolts must be manually crimped closed by the installer. 3. When using rigid means for heater suspension (rod, flat bar, etc.) provide sufficient lengths orswingjoints to compensate for expansion. See Figures b a

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B) Check for loose or broken motor lead wire. C) Check to see that blower wheel turns freely and is not rubbing housing. Blower wheel may have worked loose from shaft and jammed against housing. D) Check for blower wheel damage; replace if necessary. If no damage, readjust blower wheel on shaft & retlghten set screw. E) If all above does not correct, replace motor. 31) CLEANING AND ANNUAL MAINTENANCE_ This heater must be cleaned and serviced annually before the start of each heating season and

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Secure with 3/8” connectors as previously described in the attachment of the control box and draft inducer. Connect wire leads as shown in the Connection Wiring Diagram. The SJO cable should be located and secured to protect it from mechanical damage. CONNECTION WIRING DIAGRAM Single Heater Per Thermostat Multiple Heaters Per Thermostat -E3- Fused Disconnect Switch ► Continue To Additional Hea**'» -E3-E3- TYPICAL WIRING AND THERMOSTAT CONNECTIONS 23) VENTING_ A. BASIC FLUE VENTING —

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(Natural Gas) 52 30333080 Valve, VR8205P-2416 @10”w.c. (Propane Gas) -20- FORM #43155010 Feb-04 CONTROL COMPONENTS (Continued) MODELS: LTS40-175 and LTU80-175 ITEM NO. PART NO. DESCRIPTION 53 42757010 Restrainer Nipple, 4” long 54 42885000 Spark Module Shield 55 42887000 Burner Clamp 56 42890010 Burner Assembly 57 42899000 Burner Bracket Sub-Assembly 58 42888000 Electrode Bracket 59 42893000 Air Inlet Plate (Perforated) 60 42905000 Access Panel 61 42906000 Cabinet Assembly 62 428

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Avoid bringing combustion air to the heater from an attic space. There is no guarantee that adequate combustion air will be supplied. If the heater is installed less than 2 ft. from the ceiling, a flexible transition section (e.g., flexible aluminum duct) must be provided to allow for expansion/contraction of straight tube heaters (LTS series). In colder climates, where necessary, insulate the outside combustion air duct. Avoid locating the outside combustion air duct directly above the contro

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Corrective action and system reset are necessary. Form #43155010 FeW)4 29) TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE OF DIRECT SPARK IGNITION SYSTEM -START- TURN GAS SUPPLY ON. SET THERMOSTAT TO CALL FOR HEAT. Power To Control Module? (25 vac nominal) Yes Ignition Module 30-Second Delay For Prepurge? Yes Spark Across Igniter or Igniter/Sensor Gap? Yes Main Burner Lights? Yes Spark Stops when Burner Is Lit? Yes Call for Heat Ends and System Shuts Off? No ✓ Check line voltage. ✓ Low voltage transf





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