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MASTERTEMP ® POOL AND SPA HEATER INSTALLATION AND USER’S GUIDE FOR YOUR SAFETY - READ BEFORE OPERATING If you do not follow these instructions exactly, a fire or explosion may result, causing property damage, personal injury or loss of life. For additional free copies of this manual; call (800) 831-7133. FOR YOUR SAFETY - This product must be installed and serviced by authorized personnel, qualified inpool/spa heater installation. Improper installation and/or operation can create carbon monoxide gas and flue gases which can cause serious injury, property damage, or death. For indoor installations, as an additional measure of safety, Pentair Aquatic Systems strongly recommends installation of suitable Carbon Monoxide detectors in the vicinity of this appliance and in any adjacent occupied spaces. Improper installation and/or operation will void the warranty.

120/240 VAC NATURAL GAS/LP GAS Models

Natural

Propane

175K BTU/HR 200K BTU/HR (ASME) 200K BTU/HR 200K BTU/HR (HD ASME) 250K BTU/HR 250K BTU/HR (HD) 250K BTU/HR (ASME) 250K BTU/HR (HD ASME) 300K BTU/HR 400K BTU/HR 400K BTU/HR (HD) 400K BTU/HR (ASME) 400K BTU/HR (HD ASME)

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OWNER: Retain For Future Reference

Improper installation, adjustment, alteration, service or maintenance can cause propertydamage, personal injury or death. Installation and service must be performed by a qualified installer, service agency or the gas supplier.

WHAT TO DO IF YOU SMELL GAS

FOR YOUR SAFETY

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Do not try to light any appliance. Do not touch any electrical switch; do not use any phone in your building. 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.

DO NOT store or use gasoline or other flammable vapors and liquids in the vicinity of this or other appliances. Pentair Water Pool and Spa, Inc. 1620 Hawkins Ave., Sanford, NC 27330 • (800) 831-7133 or (919) 566-8000 10951 W. Los Angeles Ave., Moorpark, CA 93021 • (800) 831-7133 or (805) 553-5000

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Customer Service and Tecnincal Support If you have questions about ordering Pentair Quality Water Systems replacement parts, and pool products, please call: Phone: (800) 831-7133 Fax: (800) 284-4151

(8 A.M. to 7:00 PM Eastern Time/Pacific Time) Web sites: www.pentairpool.com - www.staritepool.com

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Contents Section 1. Heater Identification Information ....................................................................... Section 2. Warning and Safety Information .........................................................................

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Important Notices ................................................................................................................................................................................. Warranty Information ............................................................................................................................................................................ Code Requirements .............................................................................................................................................................................. Consumer Information and Safety Information ...................................................................................................................................... General Specifications .........................................................................................................................................................................

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Heater Description ................................................................................................................................................................................ Putting the Heater into Service ............................................................................................................................................................ Specifications ...................................................................................................................................................................................... Plumbing Connections .......................................................................................................................................................................... Valves .................................................................................................................................................................................................. Manual By-Pass .................................................................................................................................................................................. Water Connections ............................................................................................................................................................................... Below Pool Level Installation ................................................................................................................................................................ Gas Connections ................................................................................................................................................................................. Sediment Traps .................................................................................................................................................................................... Gas Pipe Sizing ................................................................................................................................................................................... Testing Gas Pressure/Gas Pressure Requirements ............................................................................................................................. Outdoor Installation (US and Canada) / Heater Clearances .................................................................................................................. Outdoor Installation Venting Guidelines ................................................................................................................................................ Indoor Venting — General Requirements (Category I and Category III requirements) ......................................................................... Heater Clearances — General Requirements (Indoor Installation for US or Outdoor Shelter for Canada) ............................................. Outside Vent Cover Removal ............................................................................................................................................................... Combustion Air Supply /Direct Air Intake Duct with 3-inch PVC Pipe (Indoor Installation) ..................................................................... Corrosive Vapors and Possible Causes ................................................................................................................................................ Vent Installation (Indoor Installation for U.S. or Outdoor Shelter for Canada) ........................................................................................ Vertical Venting - Negative Pressure ................................................................................................................................................... Horizontal or Vertical Venting - Positive Pressure ................................................................................................................................ Connecting Special Gas Venting .......................................................................................................................................................... Outdoor Shelter Vent Installation .......................................................................................................................................................... Garage or Utility Room Installation ....................................................................................................................................................... Control Panel Indexing ......................................................................................................................................................................... Final Installation Check ........................................................................................................................................................................ Electrical Connections .......................................................................................................................................................................... Fireman’s Switch Connection/Remote Control Connections .................................................................................................................. MasterTemp Heater Wiring Diagram ..................................................................................................................................................... Electrical Schematic Ladder Diagram ...................................................................................................................................................

Section 4. Operation ............................................................................................................... Basic System Operation ...................................................................................................................................................................... HSI (Hot-Surface Ignition) Lighting/Operation ....................................................................................................................................... Operating ............................................................................................................................................................................................. To Turn Off Gas to Appliance ............................................................................................................................................................... Safety Controls ....................................................................................................................................................................................

Section 5. Troubleshooting ................................................................................................... Initial Troubleshooting and Troubleshooting Chart ................................................................................................................................. Heater Will Not Fire Troubleshooting .................................................................................................................................................... LED Diagnostics .................................................................................................................................................................................. Burner / Heat Exchanger Troubleshooting ............................................................................................................................................

Section 6. Maintenance .......................................................................................................... Care and Maintenance .......................................................................................................................................................................... Pressure Relief Valve ........................................................................................................................................................................... After Start-Up ...................................................................................................................................................................................... Spring, Fall and Winter Operation ......................................................................................................................................................... Maintaining Pool Temperature ............................................................................................................................................................... Energy Saving Tips .............................................................................................................................................................................. Chemical Balance ................................................................................................................................................................................ Replacement Parts .............................................................................................................................................................................. Rev. M 1-8-15

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Section 1: Heater Identification Information To identify the heater, see rating plate on the inner front panel of the heater. There are two designators for each heater, one is the Model Number and the other is the Heater Identification Number (HIN). a. Heater Identification Number (HIN) The following example simplifies the identification system: 1) MT : MasterTemp 2) Model Size : (175, 200, 250, 300 or 400) : Input rating (Btu/hr) X 1000 3) Fuel Type : (LP = Propane gas or NA = Natural gas) 4) Construction : (STD = Standard Model) (HD = Heavy Duty Model) (ASME = ASME Certified Model) (HD ASME = Heavy Duty ASME Model)

HEATER IDENTIFICATION INFORMATION — (HIN)

H. I. N. HEATER IDENTIFICATION NUMBER ID DESIGNATOR FOR PENTAIR AQUATIC SYSTEMS MASTERTEMP® HEATERS

Example: 1

2

3

4

MT

250

NA

ASME

CONSTRUCTION =

STD

= STANDARD MODEL

HD

= HEAVY DUTY MODEL

ASME = ASME CERTIFIED MODEL HD ASME = HEAVY DUTY ASME MODEL

FUEL TYPE =

NA = NATURAL GAS LP = PROPANE GAS

MODEL SIZE = BTU INPUT in 1000 of BTU / HR

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Section 2: Warning and Safety Instructions IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS READ AND FOLLOW ALL INSTRUCTIONS SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS MASTERTEMP ® Pool and Spa Heater Congratulations on your purchase of the MasterTemp Pool and Spa Heater. Proper installation and service of your new heating system and correct chemical maintenance of the water will ensure years of enjoyment. The MasterTemp heater is a compact, lightweight, efficient, induced-draft, gas fired high performance pool and spa heater that can be directly connected to schedule 40 PVC pipe. The MasterTemp heater also comes equipped with the Pentair multifunction temperature controller which shows, at a glance, the proper functioning of the heater. All MasterTemp heaters are designed with a direct ignition device, HSI (hot-surface ignition), which eliminates the need for a standing pilot. The MasterTemp heater requires an external power source (120/240 VAC 60 Hz) to operate. SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS TO OWNER: Retain this manual for future reference. This instruction manual provides operating instructions, installation and service information for the MasterTemp high performance heater. The information in this manual applies to all MasterTemp heater models. READ AND REVIEW THIS MANUAL COMPLETELY, it is very important that the owner/installer read and understand the section covering installation instructions, and recognize the local and state codes before installing the MasterTemp heater. Its use will reduce service calls and chance of injury and will lengthen product life. History and experience has shown that most heater damage is caused by improper installation practices.

IMPORTANT NOTICES For the installer and operator of the MasterTemp heater: The manufacturer’s warranty may be void if, for any reason, the heater is improperly installed and/or operated. Be sure to follow the instructions set forth in this manual. If you need any more information, or if you have any questions regarding to this pool heater, please contact Pentair Aquatic Systems at (800) 831-7133.

WARRANTY INFORMATION The MasterTemp pool and spa heater is sold with a limited factory warranty. Specific details are described on the warranty registration card which is included with the product. Return the warranty registration card after filling in the serial number from the rating plate inside the heater. Pentair Aquatic Systems high standards of excellence include a policy of continuous product improvement resulting in your state-of-the-art heater. We reserve the right to make improvements which change the specifications of the heater without incurring an obligation to update the current heater equipment. These heaters are designed for the heating of chlorine, bromine or salt system swimming pools and spas or in non-stationary installations, and should never be employed for use as space heating boilers or general purpose water heaters. The manufacturer’s warranty may be void if, for any reason, the heater is improperly installed and/or operated. Be sure to follow the instructions set forth in this manual.

CAUTION OPERATING THIS HEATER CONTINUOUSLY AT WATER TEMPERATURE BELOW 68° F. WILL CAUSE HARMFUL CONDENSATION AND WILL DAMAGE THE HEATER AND VOID THE WARRANTY. Do not use the heater to protect pools or spas from freezing if the final maintenance temperature desired is below 68° F., as this will cause condensation related problems. Rev. M 1-8-15

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CODE REQUIREMENTS Installation must be in accordance with all local codes and/or the latest edition of the National Fuel Gas Code, ANSI Z223.1 and the latest edition of the National Electrical Code, NFPA 70 (US). Installation in Canada must be in accordance with the latest CAN/CGA-B149.1 or .2 and CSA C22.1 Canadian Electric Code, part 1. The heater, when installed, must be electrically grounded and bonded in accordance with local codes, or, in absence of local codes, with the National Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA70 (US) or in Canada in accordance with the Canadian Electric Code, part 1.as applicable.

DANGER CARBON MONOXIDE GAS IS DEADLY – Exhaust from this pool heater contains toxic levels of carbon monoxide, a dangerous, poisonous gas you cannot see or smell.

CONSUMER INFORMATION AND SAFETY

WARNING The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission warns that elevated water temperature can be hazardous. See below for water temperature guidelines before setting temperature. 1.

Spa or hot tub water temperatures should never exceed 104° F (40° C). A temperature of 100° F (38° C) is considered safe for a healthy adult. Special caution is suggested for young children.

2.

Drinking of alcoholic beverages before or during spa or hot tub use can cause drowsiness which could lead to unconsciousness and subsequently result in drowning.

3.

Pregnant women beware! Soaking in water above 102° F (39° C) can cause fetal damage during the first three months of pregnancy (resulting in the birth of a brain-damaged or deformed child). Pregnant women should stick to the 100° F (38° C) maximum rule.

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Before entering the spa or hot tub, the user should check the water temperature with an accurate thermometer. Spa or hot tub thermostats may err in regulating water temperatures by as much as 4° F (2.2° C).

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Persons with a medical history of heart disease, circulatory problems, diabetes or blood pressure problems should obtain their physician's advice before using spas or hot tubs.

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Persons taking medication which induce drowsiness, such as tranquilizers, antihistamines or anticoagulants should not use spas or hot tubs.

WARNING Should overheating occur or the gas supply fail to shut off, turn off the manual gas control valve to the heater. Do not use this heater if any part has been under water. Immediately call a qualified service technician to inspect the heater and to replace any part of control system and gas control which has been under water. MASTERTEMP® Pool and Spa Heater Installation and User’s Guide

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SAFETY INFORMATION The MasterTemp® pool heaters are designed and manufactured to provide many years of safe and reliable service when installed, operated and maintained according to the information in this manual. Throughout the manual, safety warnings and cautions are identified by the “ “ symbol. Be sure to read and comply with all of the warnings and cautions. DANGER — CARBON MONOXIDE GAS IS DEADLY READ OWNERS MANUAL COMPLETELY BEFORE OPERATING THIS PRODUCT MUST BE INSTALLED AND SERVICED BY A PROFESSIONAL SERVICE TECHNICIAN, QUALIFIED IN POOL HEATER INSTALLATION. Some jurisdictions require that installers be licensed. Check with your local building authority about contractor licensing requirements. Improper installation and/or operation could create carbon monoxide gas and flue gases which could cause serious injury or death. Improper installation and/or operation will void the warranty. Exhaust from this pool heater contains toxic levels of carbon monoxide, a dangerous, poisonous gas you cannot see or smell. Symptoms of carbon monoxide exposure or poisoning include dizziness, headache, nausea, weakness, sleepiness, muscular twitching, vomiting and inability to think clearly. IF YOU EXPERIENCE ANY OF THE ABOVE SYMPTOMS, IMMEDIATELY TURN OFF THE POOL HEATER, LEAVE THE VICINITY OF THE POOL OR SPA AND GET INTO FRESH AIR IMMEDIATELY. THE POOL HEATER MUST BE THOROUGHLY TESTED BY A GAS PROFESSIONAL BEFORE RESUMING OPERATION. EXCESSIVE CARBON MONOXIDE EXPOSURE CAN CAUSE BRAIN DAMAGE OR DEATH.

NEVER use this pool heater indoors without specified ventilation system (and properly installed vent pipe). NEVER use this pool heater in the home or in partly enclosed areas (such as garages), unless the specified ventilation system is used. If used outdoors, install far from open windows, doors, vents and other openings. Pentair strongly recommends that all vents, pipes and exhaust systems be initially and periodically tested for proper operation. This testing can be accomplished by using a hand-held carbon monoxide meter and/or by consulting with a gas professional. Pool heaters must be used in conjunction with carbon monoxide detectors installed near the pool heater. The carbon monoxide detectors must be periodically inspected for proper operation so as to insure continued safety. Broken or malfunctioning carbon monoxide detectors must be replaced immediately. WARNING — FOR YOUR SAFETY This product must be installed and serviced by a professional service technician, qualified in pool heater installation. Some jurisdictions require that installers be licensed. Check with your local building authority about contractor licensing requirements. Improper installation and/or operation could create carbon monoxide gas and flue gases which could cause serious injury or death. Improper installation and/or operation will void the warranty. WARNING — This heater is equipped with an unconventional gas control valve that is factory set with a manifold pressure of -.2 inches wc. Improper installation, adjustment, alteration, service or maintenance can cause property damage, personal injury or loss of life. Installation or service must be performed by a qualified installer, service agency or the gas supplier. If this control is replaced, it must be replaced with an identical control. Do not attempt to adjust the gas flow by adjusting the regulator setting.

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SAFETY INFORMATION, (cont’d.)

WARNING — Risk of fire or explosion from incorrect fuel use or faulty fuel conversion. Do not try to run a heater set up for natural gas on propane gas or vice versa. Only qualified service technicians should attempt to convert heater from one fuel to the other. Do not attempt to alter the rated input or type of gas by changing the orifice. If it is necessary to convert to a different type of gas, consult your Pentair dealer. Serious malfunction of the burner can occur which may result in loss of life. Any additions, changes, or conversions required in order for the appliance to satisfactorily meet the application needs must be made by a Pentair dealer or other qualified agency using factory specified and approved parts. The heater is available for use with natural gas or LP (propane) gas only. It is not designed to operate with any other fuels. Refer to the nameplate for the type of gas the heater is equipped to use. • Use heater only with the fuel for which it is designed. • If a fuel conversion is necessary, refer this work to a qualified service technician or gas supplier before putting the heater into operation. WARNING — Risk of fire or explosion from flammable vapors. Do not store gasoline, cleaning fluids, varnishes, paints, or other volatile flammable liquids near heater or in the same room with heater. WARNING — Risk of explosion if unit is installed near propane gas storage. Propane (LP) gas is heavier than air. Consult local codes and fire protection authorities about specific installation requirements and restrictions. Locate the heater away from propane gas storage and filling equipment as specified by the Standard for the Storage and Handling of Liquefied Petroleum Gases, CAN/CSA B149.2 (latest edition) or ANSI/NFPA 58 (latest edition). WARNING — Risk of fire, carbon monoxide poisoning, or asphyxiation if exhaust venting system leaks. Only qualified service technicians should attempt to service the heater, as leakage of exhaust products or flammable gas may result from incorrect servicing. WARNING — Risk of asphyxiation if exhaust is not correctly vented. Follow venting instructions exactly when installing heater. Do not use a drafthood with this heater, as the exhaust is under pressure from the burner blower and a draft hood will allow exhaust fumes to blow into the room housing the heater. The heater is supplied with an integral venting system for outdoor installation. A vent conversion kit (See Page 24 for Part Numbers for Conversion Kits) is available for installations in enclosures (Canada) or indoors (U.S.). Use the specified venting, and only the specified venting, when heater is installed in an enclosure or indoors. In Canada, this pool heater can only be installed outdoors or in an enclosure that is not normally occupied and has no openings directly into occupied areas. See Page 19 for enclosure venting requirements. CAUTION — Label all wires prior to disconnection when servicing controls. Wiring errors can cause improper and dangerous operation. Wiring errors can also destroy the control board. • Connect heater to 120 or 240 Volt, 60 Hz., Single Phase power only. • Verify proper operation after servicing. • Do not allow children to play on or around heater or associated equipment. • Never allow children to use the pool or spa without adult supervision. • Read and follow other safety information contained in this manual prior to operating this pool heater.

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CONSUMER INFORMATION AND SAFETY

WARNING The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission warns that carbon monoxide is an "invisible killer". Carbon monoxide is a colorless and odorless gas. 1. Carbon monoxide is produced by burning fuel, including natural gas and propane. 2. Proper installation, operation and maintenance of fuel-burning appliances in the home is the most important factor in reducing carbon monoxide poisoning. 3. Be sure that fuel burning appliances such as heaters are installed by professionals according to manufacturer's instructions and codes. 4. Always follow the manufacturer's directions for safe operation. 5. Have the heating system (including vents) inspected and serviced annually by a trained service technician. 6. Examine vents regularly for improper connections, visible cracks, rust or stains. 7. Install battery-operated carbon monoxide alarms. The alarms should be certified to the requirements of the most recent UL, IAS, CSA and IAPMO standard for carbon monoxide alarms. Test carbon monoxide alarms regularly and replace dead batteries.

GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS NOTICE: •

Combustion air contaminated by corrosive chemical fumes can damage the heater and will void the warranty.



The Combination Gas Control Valve on this heater differs from most appliance gas controls. If it must be replaced, for safety reasons replace it only with an identical gas control.



The access door panels must be in place to provide proper ventilation. Do not operate the heater for more than five (5) minutes with the access door panels removed.



This heater is design certified by CSA International as complying with the Standard for Gas Fired Pool Heaters, ANSI Z21.56/CSA 4.7, and is intended for use in heating fresh water swimming pools or spas.



The heater is designed for the heating of chlorine, bromine or salt system swimming pools and spas. It should NOT be used as a space heating boiler, or general purpose water heater.



The heater is design certified by CSA International for installation on combustible flooring. Specified minimum clearances must be maintained to combustible surfaces (see “Heater Clearances”, page 18).



The heater should be located in an area where leakage of the heater or connections will not result in damage to the area adjacent to the heater or to the structure. When such locations cannot be avoided, it is recommended that a suitable drain pan, adequately drained, be installed under the heater. The pan must not restrict air flow.



The heater may not be installed within 5 ft. (1.5M ) of the inside surface of a pool or spa unless it is separated by a solid fence, wall or other permanent barrier.

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Section 3: Installation Instructions HEATER DESCRIPTION

Two inch PVC water piping connects directly to the manifold/header on the heat exchanger using 2" PVC slip unions provided with the heater. The outer manifold remains cool; no heat sinks are required. A thermal regulator and an internal bypass regulate the water flow through the heat exchanger to maintain the correct outlet temperature. The heater operator control panel board assembly is located on top of the heater.

SEQUENCE OF OPERATION

Exhaust

Gas

Figure 1 is a diagram of the heater showing how it operates. Precisely matched orifice plates meter the air and gas into the mixer. The blower draws the air and gas through the mixer and forces it into the burner’s flame holder. A sealed heat exchanger surrounds the flame holder, discharging exhaust gases out the flue.

Air Blower

Mixer Inlet (Cold Water)

Outlet (Mixed Water)

Burner

Heating Coils

An electronic temperature sensing thermistor in the manifold adapter inlet controls the heater operation. When the inlet water Figure 1. temperature drops below the temperature set on the operating control, the burner controller supplies power to the combustion air blower through a series of safety interlocks. The interlocks consist of: • the pressure switch (PS), which senses that the pump is running, • the high limit switch (HLS), which opens if the heat exchanger outlet temperature goes above 135° F (57° C), and • the air flow switch (AFS), which senses the pressure drop across the air metering orifice, • the automatic gas shut-off (AGS) switch, which opens if the heat exchanger outlet temperature goes above 140° F (60° C). • the stack flue sensor (SFS), which shuts down the heater if the flue gas temperature reaches 480° F (249° C). The air flow switch (AFS) senses the pressure drop across the air metering orifice. As soon as there is sufficient air flow, the AFS closes, closing the circuit to the hot surface igniter (HSI), which ignites the fuel mixture. On a call for heat, the blower and HSI are energized. In about 20 seconds, the gas valve opens and ignition occurs. The HSI then switches to a sensing mode and monitors the flame. The heater is equipped with a digital operating control that enables the user to pre-set the desired pool and spa water temperatures. The control enables the user to select between pool and spa heating, and features a digital display that indicates the water temperature.

PUTTING THE HEATER INTO SERVICE If the heater is installed below the level of the pool, or more than two feet above pool level, the pressure switch setting should be adjusted. See WATER PRESSURE SWITCH, in the SAFETY CONTROLS Section. Before putting the heater into service for the first time, follow the instructions under “BEFORE START-UP” (page 33) in the front of this manual. Check for proper operation of the heater by following the steps under “OPERATION INSTRUCTIONS.” Damage to equipment caused by improper installation or repair will void the warranty.

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SPECIFICATIONS These installation instructions are designed for use by qualified personnel only, trained especially for installation of this type of heating equipment and related components. Some states require installation and repair by licensed personnel. If this applies in your state, be sure your contractor bears the appropriate license. See Figure 2 for Outdoor and Indoor Installations. DIMENSIONS IN INCHES 23.02" (58.5 cm)

28.15" (71.5 cm)

21.0" (53.3 cm)

32.61" (82.8 cm) 16" (40.6 cm)

FRONT

TOP ELECTRICAL CONDUIT PORT

28.2" (71.6 cm) 22.7" (57.7 cm) 16.0" (40.6 cm)

10.13" (25.7 cm) 5.6" (14.2 cm)

EXHAUST SIDE

PLUMBING SIDE Figure 2.

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PLUMBING CONNECTIONS The MasterTemp heater has the unique capability of direct schedule 40 PVC plumbing connections. A set of bulkhead fittings is included with the MasterTemp heater to insure conformity with Pentair’s recommended PVC plumbing procedure. Other plumbing connections can be used. See Figure 3 for plumbing connections.

CAUTION Before operating the heater on a new installation, turn on the circulation pump and bleed all the air from the filter using the air relief valve on top of the filter. Water should flow freely through the heater. Do not operate the heater unless water in the pool/spa is at the proper level. If a manual by-pass is installed, temporarily close it to insure that all air is purged from the heater.

TO POOL

POOL HEATER

PUMP FILTER

MANUAL BY-PASS GATE VALVE

Figure 3.

FROM POOL

WATER CONNECTIONS The heater requires proper water flow and pressure for its operation. See Figure 5 for the recommended installation. The filter pump discharges to the filter, the filter discharges to the heater, and the heater discharges directly to the pool or spa. A manual bypass valve should be installed across the heater when the pump flow exceeds 120 GPM (454 LPM). See “WATER FLOW RATE” on page 13- Table 1 for setting of the manual by-pass valve.

3-Way Valve

Chlorinator

Check Valve

Heater Main Drain

Filter

Make sure that the outlet plumbing from the heater contains no shut-off valves or other flow restrictions that could prevent flow through the heater (except for pool installations as noted below, or winterizing valves where needed). To switch flow between the pool and spa, use a diverter valve. Do not use any valve that can shut off the flow.

Pool

Install the chemical feeder downstream of the heater. Install a chemical resistant one-way check valve between the heater and the chemical feeder to prevent back-siphoning through the heater when the pump is off.

From Pool

Spa Pump

3-Way Valve

3-Way Valve Figure 5.

NOTICE: If the heater is plumbed in backwards, it will cycle continuously. Make sure piping from filter is not reversed when installing heater. Connect the heater directly to 2" PVC pipe, using the integral unions provided. Heat sinks are not required. The low thermal mass of the heater will prevent overheating of the piping connected to the pump even if the heater shuts down unexpectedly. Occasionally a two-speed pump will not develop enough pressure on the low speed to operate the heater. In this case, run the pump at high speed only to operate the heater. If this does not solve the problem, do not try to run the heater. Instead, correct the installation. Do not operate the heater while an automatic pool cleaner is also operating. If the circulation pump suction is plugged (for example by leaves), there may not be adequate flow to the heater. Do not rely on the pressure switch in this case.

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VALVES When any equipment is located below the surface of the pool or spa, valves should be placed in the circulation piping system to isolate the equipment from the pool or spa. Check valves are recommended to prevent back-siphoning. Backsiphoning is most likely to occur when the pump stops, creating a pressure-suction differential. Do NOT sanitize the pool by putting chlorine tablets or sticks into the skimmer(s). When the pump is off, this will cause a high concentration of chlorine to enter the heater, which could cause corrosion damage to the heat exchanger.

CAUTION Exercise care when installing chemical feeders so as to not allow back siphoning of chemical into the heater, filters or pump. When chemical feeders are installed in the circulation of the piping system, make sure the feeder outlet line is down stream of the heater, and is equipped with a positive seal noncorrosive “Check Valve”, (P/N R172288), between the feeder and heater.

MANUAL BY-PASS Figure 4.

Where the water flow rate exceeds the maximum 120 GPM, a manual bypass should be installed and adjusted. After installing the valve, adjust the valve to bring the flow rate within the acceptable range. Then remove the valve handle or lock it in place to avoid tampering. See Figure 4. Model

Min. (GPM) (LPM)

Max. (GPM) (LPM) *

175

20 (76)

120 (454)

200

20 (76)

120 (454)

250

25 (95)

120 (454)

300

30 (114)

120 (454)

400

40 (152)

120 (454)

Table 1.

Cool water

* Do not exceed the maximum recommended flow rate for the connecting piping.

Warm water out 1. Set Manual By-Pass Valve. 2. Remove Handle.

* Pumps 2 HP or larger can produce water pressure flow in excess of 120 GPM. For these pumps, a BY-PASS VALVE is recommended.

Outlet to pool

See page 46 for Pressure Relief Valve Installations.

Inlet to heater

BELOW POOL LEVEL INSTALLATION If the heater is below water level, the pressure switch must be adjusted. This adjustment must be done by a qualified service technician. See following CAUTION before installation.

CAUTION BELOW OR ABOVE POOL INSTALLATION The water pressure switch is set in the factory at 3.00 PSI (± 0.75 PSI). This setting is for a heater installed at pool level. If the heater is to be installed more than 1’ above or below, the water pressure switch must be adjusted by a qualified service technician. See page 35, Figure 29.

FLOW SWITCH If the heater is installed more than 5’ above the pool or more than 4’ below the pool level, you will be beyond the limits of the pressure switch and a flow switch must be installed. Locate and install the flow switch externally on the outlet piping from the heater, as close as possible to the heater. Connect the flow switch wires in place of the water pressure switch wires. Rev. M 1-8-15

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GAS CONNECTIONS GAS LINE INSTALLATIONS Before installing the gas line, be sure to check which gas the heater has been designed to burn. This is important because different types of gas require different gas pipe sizes. The rating plate on the heater will indicate which gas the heater is designed to burn. The Table 2, shown on page 15, show which size pipe is required for the distance from the gas meter to the heater. The table is for natural gas at a specific gravity of .65 and propane at a specific gravity of 1.55. When sizing gas lines, calculate three (3) additional feet of straight pipe for every elbow used. When installing the gas line, avoid getting dirt, grease or other foreign material in the pipe as this may cause damage to the gas valve, which may result in heater failure. The gas meter should be checked to make sure that it will supply enough gas to the heater and any other appliances that may be used on the same meter. The gas line from the meter will usually be of a larger size than the gas valve supplied with the heater. Therefore a reduction of the connecting gas pipe will be necessary. Make this reduction as close to the heater as possible. The heater requires a gas supply of not less than 4" (10.2 cm) wc and not more than 14" (35.6 cm) wc. Gas supply pressures outside of this range may result in improper burner operation. A minimum flowing or dynamic inlet pressure (while the heater is running) of 4" (10.2cm) wc is required to maintain input rating with no more than a 2” pressure drop between static and dynamic. The gas supply must be installed in accordance with the National Fuel Gas Code, ANSIZ223.1, or standard CSA B149.1, Natural Gas and Propane Installation Codes, as applicable and all applicable local codes. Install a manual shut-off valve and a sediment trap and union located outside the heater panels, see Figure 6. Do not use a restrictive gas cock. The following minimum gas pipe sizes are recommended for natural gas supply piping, see Table 2 on page 15. For low pressure LP gas, pipe size may be reduced by 1/4", with a minimum pipe size of 1/2". Check for compliance with local codes. The heater and any other gas appliances must be disconnected from the gas supply piping system during any pressure testing on that system, (greater than ½ PSI). The heater and its gas connection must be leak tested before placing the heater in operation. Do not use flame to test the gas line. Use soapy water or another nonflammable method.

NOTE A manual main shut-off valve must be installed externally to the heater.

WARNING DO NOT INSTALL THE GAS LINE UNION INSIDE THE HEATER CABINET. THIS WILL VOID YOUR WARRANTY.

SEDIMENT TRAPS Install a sediment trap and union located outside the heater panels in accordance with National code requirements. Do not use a restrictive gas cock. The sediment trap shall be either a tee fitting with a capped nipple in the bottom outlet which can be removed for cleaning, as illustrated in Figure 6, or an other device recognized as an effective sediment trap. All gas piping should be tested after installation in accordance with local codes.

18–24" of 3/4" Manual Gas line from Shut-off Valve Valve 1" Dia. or larger (See "Recommended Pipe Sizes" Chart) Bell Reducer

At least 9"

Union

At least 3"

Sediment Trap

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GAS PIPE SIZING STAGE TWO “LOW PRESSURE” GAS PIPE SIZING PIPE SIZING FOR GAS LINE CONNECTIONS MAXIMUM EQUIVALENT PIPE LENGTH (Ft.) Natural Gas at 1000 B.T.U. per Cubic Foot Propane Gas at 2500 B.T.U. per Cubic Foot

1/2” MODEL

Table 2.

3/4”

1”

1-1/4”

1-1/2”

2”

2-1/2”

NAT PRO NAT PRO NAT PRO NAT PRO NAT PRO NAT PRO NAT PRO

175

-

20’

30’

80’

125’ 250’ 450’ 600’

-

-

-

-

-

-

200

-

20’

30’

80’

125’ 250’ 450’ 600’

-

-

-

-

-

-

250

-

10’

20’

50’

70’

150’ 250’ 500’ 600’

-

-

-

-

-

300

-

-

10’

30’

50’

100’ 200’ 350’ 400’ 600’

-

-

-

-

400

-

-

-

10’

20’

60’

-

-

-

100’ 150’ 200’ 450’ 400’

TESTING GAS PRESSURE Before operating the heater, the heater and its gas connections must be leak tested. Do NOT use an open flame to test for leaks. Test all gas connections for leaks with soapy water or another non-flammable method (see page 14). 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 (3.5 kPa). The heater must be isolated from the gas supply system by closing its individual manual shut-off valve during any pressure testing of the gas supply at test pressures equal to or less than 1/2 psig (3.5 kPa).

CHECKING THE GAS PRESSURE THROUGH THE COMBINATION GAS CONTROL VALVE

WARNING Risk of fire and explosion. Improper installation, incorrect adjustment, alteration, service, or maintenance of the Combination Gas Control Valve can lead to fire or explosion, causing loss of life, personal injury, and/or property damage. If it is necessary to adjust the gas valve, this must be done by only by a qualified service agency. These instructions are for the use of qualified service technicians only! This appliance is equipped with an unconventional gas control valve that is factory set with a manifold pressure of –.2" (–0.5cm) wc. Installation or service must be performed by a qualified installer, service agency, or the gas supplier. If this control valve is replaced, it must be replaced with an identical control.

Connection To Air Flow Switch

for Service

To Gas Valve Vent

To Air Flow Switch

Connection for Test To High Side of Differential Pressure Gauge

To Gas Valve Vent

Figure 7.

Pressure Tap Inlet

Vent

Pressure Tap To Low Side of

Differential Pressure Gauge The combination gas valve incorporates dual shut-off valves and a negative-pressure regulator. For proper operation, the regulated pressure at the outlet manifold of the valve must be –0.2" (–0.5cm) wc below the reference pressure at the blower mixer inlet, and the gas valve ‘VENT’ tap must be connected to the end cap air orifice as shown in Figure 7.

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CAUTION The use of Flexible Connectors (FLEX) is NOT recommended unless they are properly sized according to the supplier recommendations for the heater rating.

GAS PRESSURE REQUIREMENTS

Natural Gas Pressure

Propane

Model Inches W.C.

Maximum Inlet

MT

14

14

Minimum Inlet

MT

4

4

Manifold

MT

-0.2 ± 0.1

-0.2 ± 0.1

NOTE: All readings must be taken while heater is operating. Any adjustments or readings made while heater is off will result in performance problems.

OUTDOOR INSTALLATION

Table 3.

(U.S. and Canada)

For heaters located outdoors, using the built-in stackless venting system.

WARNING Risk of explosion if a unit burning propane gas is installed in a pit or other low spot. Propane is heavier than air. Do not install the heater using propane in pits or other locations where gas might collect. Consult your local building code officials to determine installation requirements and specific installation restrictions of the heater relative to propane storage tanks and filling equipment. Installation must meet the requirements for the Standard for the Storage and Handling of Liquid Petroleum Gases, ANSI/NFPA 58 (latest edition) in the U.S., or CAN/CSA B149.2 (latest edition) in Canada. Consult local codes and fire protection authorities about specific installation restrictions. Locate the heater on a level surface in an open area that is protected from drainage or run-off. Install the heater in an area where leaves or other debris will not collect on or around the heater. To avoid damage to the electronic components in the heater, take care to prevent prolonged exposure to driving sources of water (such as lawn sprinklers, heavy roof runoff, hoses, etc.). Avoid operation in persistent, extreme, moist or salty environments. In extreme weather, shut down the heater and disconnect the power to it until the weather has moderated. In areas subject to hurricanes or very high winds, purchase the Bolt Down Bracket Kit, P/N 460738.

HEATER CLEARANCES – OUTDOOR IMPORTANT! • In an outdoor installation it is important to ensure water is diverted from overhanging eves with a proper gutter/drainage system. The heater must be set on a level foundation for proper drainage. • This unit shall not be operated outdoors at temperatures below -20o F.

If the heater is located under a roof overhang, there must be at least three (3) feet (1m) of clearance between the bottom of the overhang and the top of the heater exhaust vent, see Figure 8. If the heater is under a roof overhang, the space around the heater must be open on three sides. DO NOT, under any circumstances, install the heater under ANY deck.

For Heater mounting bolts and clamps, purchase separately Bolt Down Bracket Kit, Part No. 460738.

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For minimum exhaust vent clearances for all building openings, including but not limited to vented eaves, doors, windows, gravity air inlet, see Figure 9, show below. In Canada, the heater must be installed with the top of the vent at least 10 feet (3m) below, or to either side of, any opening into a building. Orient the heater for convenient access to the water connections and the gas and electrical connections. Note: Check local building codes for installing the heater from any property line set back requirements (see the installation diagram below).

CAUTION If installing the heater next to or near an air conditioning unit or a heat pump, allow a minimum of 36 in. (91.4 cm) between the air conditioning unit and the heater.

3 ft. (1 M) or more

Figure 8.

OUTDOOR INSTALLATION VENTING GUIDELINES

From window or door

4' 3'

SIDE VIEW

4' Property Line

6 in

4' From building wall Force Air Inlet

s de co ts. g n n i ild me bu uire al oc k req l k ec bac Ch set r fo

Exhaust Grill (Vent)

Building

Vent Termination: Must be at least 3 ft. above any forced air inlet located within a 10 ft. radius. Must be located 6 in. away from the building wall and the following distances away from any building wall openings, included but not limited to vented eaves, doors, windows, gravity air inlet: 4 ft. below, 4 ft. horizontally

Figure 9.

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INDOOR VENTING — General Requirements The heater may be installed as a Category I or Category III appliance.

Vented Appliance (Category I) – Vertical only An appliance that operates with a nonpositive vent static pressure and with a vent gas temperature that avoids excessive condensate production in the vent, see pages 20-23.

Vented Appliance (Category III) – Vertical or Horizontal An appliance that operates with a positive vent static pressure and with a vent gas temperature that avoids excessive condensate production in the vent, see pages 24-26. If you are considering connecting this heater to a pre-existing vent system, make sure that the vent system meets the appropriate venting requirements as given in this manual on pages 18-28. If not, replace the vent system. DO NOT use a draft hood with this heater. The MasterTemp heaters are capable of a 270-degree discharge rotation and operate with a positive vent static pressure and with a vent gas temperature less than 400° F (204° C). The total length of the horizontal run must not exceed the length that is listed in Table 11 on page 21-22.

HEATER CLEARANCES — General Requirements INDOOR INSTALLATION (U.S.) OR OUTDOOR SHELTER (CANADA) The following clearances must be maintained from combustible surfaces: TOP .............................. 6 in. (15 cm) EXHAUST SIDE .......... 6 in. (15 cm) HEADER SIDE ............ 6 in. (15 cm)

For service access, it is advisable to allow for sufficient clearance on at least one door panel.

6 in.

DOOR PANELS† ........ 6 in. (15 cm) Note (†) For service access it is advisable to allow for sufficient clearance on at least one door panel. The heater is design certified by CSA International for installation on combustible flooring. For installation on carpeting, the heater must be mounted on a metal or wood panel that extends at least three inches (10cm) beyond the base of the heater. If the heater is installed in a closet or alcove, the entire floor shall be covered by the panel. On an outdoor shelter installation, the exhaust discharges into a vent pipe. Orient the heater so that the vent pipe does not interfere with adjustment of the operating controls. The control panel located on the top panel can be rotated to any of the three sides of the heater for easy access. However, the control panel must not be located on the side where the vent is located.

OUTSIDE VENT COVER REMOVAL

6 in.* 6 in.*

6 in.

Figure 10.

The heater is supplied from the factory with a built-in stackless outside vent for outdoor installation. Remove the outside vent cover for outdoor shelter installation.

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COMBUSTION AIR SUPPLY For indoor installation, the heater location must provide sufficient air supply for proper combustion and ventilation of the surrounding area. The minimum requirements for the air supply specify that the room in which a heater is installed should be provided with two permanent air supply openings; one within 12 inches (30cm) of the ceiling, the other within 12 inches (30cm) of the floor for combustion air, in accordance with the latest edition of ANSI Z223.1, or the National Fuel Gas code, the CSA B149.1, Natural Gas and Propane Installation Codes, as applicable, and any local codes that may apply. These openings shall directly, or through duct, connect to outdoor air.

Note: For indoor installations where combustion air might be insufficient, see “Direct Air Intake Duct with 3-inch PVC Pipe (Indoor Installation)” below. Air Supply Requirements Guide for MasterTemp Heaters Minimum Net Free Open Area for Each Opening* (Square Inches/Centimeters) All Air From Inside Building

All Air From Outside Building

Model Combustion

Vent

Combustion

Vent

175

200 sq. in. 1290 sq. cm.

200 sq. in. 1290 sq. cm.

50 sq. in. 323 sq. cm.

50 sq. in. 323 sq. cm.

200

200 sq. in. 1290 sq. cm.

200 sq. in. 1290 sq. cm.

50 sq. in. 323 sq. cm.

50 sq. in. 323 sq. cm.

250

250 sq. in. 1613 sq. cm.

250 sq. in. 1613 sq. cm.

63 sq. in. 406 sq. cm.

63 sq. in. 406 sq. cm.

300

300 sq. in. 1935 sq. cm.

300 sq. in. 1935 sq. cm.

75 sq. in. 484 sq. cm.

75 sq. in. 484 sq. cm.

400

400 sq. in. 2580 sq. cm.

400 sq. in. 2580 sq. cm.

100 sq. in. 645 sq. cm.

100 sq. in. 645 sq. cm.

* Area indicated is for one of two openings; one at floor level and one at the ceiling.

Table 4.

Direct Air Intake Duct with 3-inch PVC Pipe (Indoor Installation) For indoor heater installations where combustion air supply might be insufficient, the MasterTemp® Heater is certified for a direct air intake duct using 3-inch PVC pipe. If outside air is drawn through 3” PVC duct directly into the heater, PVC pipe can be installed in accordance with the following requirements: The air intake opening MUST be installed at least 1 ft. above the roof line or normal snow levels for free air flow. The Category I or III exhaust vent termination cap must have at least 3 ft. minimum vertical clearance from air intake duct. (See diagram on page 20).

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Combustion 3 in. PVC Pipe Inlet Air Intake Duct Requirements* Combustion Air Intake 3 in. Pipe (Vertical or Horizontal) No. of 90° Elbows Maximum Length in Feet (M) 0 70 ft. (21.3 M) 1 58 ft. (17.7 M) 2 46 ft. (14.0 M) 3 34 ft. (10.4 M) 4 22 ft. ( 6.7 M) Table 5.

WARNING! DO NOT USE PVC PIPE FOR FLUE EXHAUST VENT. FLUE EXHAUST VENT TEMPERATURES CAN BE IN EXCESS OF 400° F. FLUE EXHAUST VENT MUST BE CATEGORY I or CATEGORY III METAL VENT. Note (*): Combustion Air Intake Duct Connection Kit (Part Number 461031) for all MasterTemp heater models can be purchased separately. See page 52 for parts list.

NOTE Each 90-degree elbow reduces the maximum horizontal PVC air intake duct run by 12 feet and each 45degree elbow in the PVC air intake duct run reduces the maximum run by 6 feet. See the Table 5 above for the maximum lengths using 90-degree elbows.

Corrosive Vapors and Possible Causes Area

CAUTION

Likely Contaminants

Chlorinated swimming pools and spas

Pool or spa cleaning chemicals. Acids, such as hydrochloric or muriatic acid.

New construction and remodeling areas

Glues and cements, construction adhesives, paints, varnishes, and paint and varnish strippers. Waxes and cleaners containing calcium or sodium chloride.

Beauty parlors

Permanent wave solutions, bleaches, aerosol cans containing chlorocarbons or fluorocarbons.

Refrigeration plants or various industrial finishing and processing plants

Refrigerants, acids, glues and cements, construction adhesives.

Dry cleaning and laundry areas

Bleaches, detergents, or laundry soaps containing chlorine. Waxes and cleaners containing chlorine, calcium or sodium chloride.

Chemicals should not be stored near the heater installation. Combustion air can be contaminated by corrosive chemical fumes which can void the warranty.

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INDOOR INSTALLATION (U.S.) OR OUTDOOR SHELTER (CANADA)

(Category I) Always vent the heater to the outdoors, see Note*. • Vent it vertically using Type “B” double wall vent connector pipe.

NOTE *: Vent must be at least eight (8) feet away from nearest vertical surface. Vents extending five (5) feet or more above the roof must be braced or guyed. Consult your local code officials for detailed information.

Locate the heater so as to minimize the length of horizontal venting and the number of vent elbows required. Horizontal vent runs must slope up 1/4" per foot (2cm/M) from the heater to allow exhaust condensate to drain and it is recommended to have a condensate drain as described in the venting installation instructions.

VERTICAL VENTING - NEGATIVE PRESSURE (See Figures 11, 12 and 13) Vent the heater vertically in a negative pressure (positive draft) system in accordance with the National Fuel Gas Code, ANSI Z223.1/NFPA 54 and/or CSA B149.1, Natural Gas and Propane Installation Codes, and local codes. Type “B” Double-wall vent connector is recommended; however single-wall pipe is allowed by the National Fuel Gas Code in some circumstances. Consult your local code official for detailed information. Do not use a draft hood with this heater.

Clean the Interior Surface

Vent Body V

4" x 8" Metal Flue Collar Vent Pipe

To connect a negative pressure metal gas vent to the heater, order the appropriate Metal Flue Collar from the chart below: Metal Flue Collar

Part No.

4 x 6"

77707-0076

4 x 8"

77707-0077

Combustion Chamber Flue Collar

Clean and RTV This Surface

Figure 11.

1. See Table 7, to determine allowable vent sizes for your heater. NOTICE: Table 7 is for installations in which the total lateral vent length (that is, the horizontal distance from the flue collar to the main vertical portion of the vent) is less than 1/2 the total vent height (the vertical distance from the flue collar to the vent termination) and which have three or less elbows in the system. For venting systems which do not meet these conditions, consult the National Fuel Gas Code, ANSI Z223.1 (U.S.), or the standards CSA B149.1 and B149.2 (Canada).

Read “VERTICAL VENTING – NEGATIVE PRESSURE” before using this table. Table 7. – Permitted Minimum and Maximum Vent Heights By Size and Heater Model Type "B" Double-Wall Vent with Type "B" Double-Wall Connector in Feet (Meters) Vent Size

Model 175 Height min./max.

Model 200 Height min./max.

Model 250 Height min./max.

Model 300 Height min./max.

Model 400 Height min./max.

6 in.

6 ft. (1.8)/100 ft. (30.5)

6 ft. (1.8)/100 ft. (30.5)

18 ft. (5.5)/100 ft. (30.5)

30 ft. (9)/100 ft. (30.5)

Not Rec.

7 in.

6 ft. (1.8)/100 ft. (30.5)

6 ft. (1.8)/100 ft. (30.5)

8 ft. (2.4)/100 ft. (30.5)

10 ft. (3)/100 ft. (30.5)

15 ft. (4.6)/100 ft. (30.5)

8 in.

6 ft. (1.8)/100 ft. (30.5)

6 ft. (1.8)/100 ft. (30.5)

6 ft. (1.8)/100 ft. (30.5)

6 ft. (1.8)/100 ft. (30.5)

8 ft. (2.4)/100 ft. (30.5)

9 and 10 in.

6 ft. (1.8)/50 ft. (15.3)

6 ft. (1.8)/50 ft. (15.3)

6 ft. (1.8)/50 ft. (15.3)

6 ft. (1.8)/100 ft. (30.5)

6 ft. (1.8)/100 ft. (30.5)

Type "B" Double-Wall Vent with Single-Wall Connector in Feet (Meters) Vent Size

Model 175 Height min./max.

Model 200 Height min./max.

Model 250 Height min./max.

Model 300 Height min./max.

Model 400 Height min./max.

6 in.

6 ft. (1.8)/15 ft. (4.6)

6 ft. (1.8)/15 ft. (4.6)

6 ft. (1.8)/15 ft. (4.6)

Not Rec.

Not Rec.

7 in.

6 ft. (1.8)/8 ft. (2.4)

6 ft. (1.8)/8 ft. (2.4)

6 ft. (1.8)/8 ft. (2.4)

10 ft. (3)/20 ft. (6)

15 ft. (4.6)/50 ft. (15.3)

8 in.

Not Rec.

Not Rec.

Not Rec.

6 ft. (1.8)/20 ft. (6)

8 ft. (2.4)/20 ft. (6)

9 in.

Not Rec.

Not Rec.

Not Rec.

Not Rec.

6 ft. (1.8)/6 ft. (1.8)

10 in.

Not Rec.

Not Rec.

Not Rec.

Not Rec.

Not Rec.

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NOTE The allowable vent runs for each vent pipe diameter are different and can not be exceeded. Each 90-degree elbow reduces the maximum horizontal vent run by 12 feet and each 45-degree elbow in the vent run reduces the maximum vent run by 6 feet. See Table 7 on page 21 for the maximum vent lengths using 90-degree and 45-degree elbows.

2. Install the metal Flue Collar in the Vent Body of the heater (located under the outside vent cover). Fasten the metal Flue Collar to the Vent Body with two #10 sheet metal screws. Use high temperature silicone RTV to seal the Flue Collar to the Vent Body. Before connecting the metal Flue Collar to the Vent Body, wet a clean cloth or paper towel with isopropyl alcohol (rubbing alcohol) and vigorously wipe the socket of the Vent Body. Immediately wipe the cleaned surfaces dry with a clean cloth or paper towel. Repeat for the exterior of the 4" end of the metal Flue Collar. Attach the metal Flue Collar to the Vent Body using the RTV supplied with the kit, following the vent manufacturer’s instructions (included with kit).

Listed Termination Cap

Min. 10 Ft. Storm Collar

Flashing 6" Minimum Clearance to Combustible Materials

Class B Double Wall Metal Vent Pipe Metal Flue Collar

Vent Body

3. Attach the vent pipe to the metal Flue Collar with sheet-metal screws.

WARNING Risk of fire or asphyxiation if vent is not assembled according to manufacturer’s instructions or if vent parts from different manufacturers are mixed. Vent parts from different manufacturers ARE NOT interchangeable. Mixing parts from more than one manufacturer may cause leaks or damage to vent. When assembling a vent, pick one manufacturer and be sure that all vent parts come from that manufacturer and are specified by the manufacturer for your system. Follow manufacturer’s instructions, local code requirements, National Fuel Gas Code requirements (U.S.) or standards CSA B149.1 and B149.2 (Canada) carefully during assembly and installation.

Firestop

Support Vertical Vent Pipe so adapter does not take weight of pipe.

Figure 12. – Typical Metal Vent Pipe Installation - U.S.

(Vertical – Negative Pressure)

Min. 2 Ft. (.7 M)

Listed Termination Cap

Min. 10 Ft. (3.3 M) Storm Collar

Flashing 6" (15 cm) Minimum Clearance to Combustible Materials

Type B Double Wall Metal Vent Pipe Vent Body

Metal Flue Collar

Condensate Drain w/trap

Firestop Type B Double Wall Metal Vent Tee Support Vertical Vent Pipe so adapter does not take weight of pipe. Dispose of condensate according to local codes.

Figure 13. – Typical Metal Vent Pipe Installation - Canada

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4. Install vent pipe so that it can expand and contract freely as the temperature changes. Support the vent pipe according to applicable codes and the vent manufacturer’s instructions. Pipe support must allow the vent pipe free movement out and back, from side to side, or up and down as necessary, without putting a strain on the heater or vent body. Slope horizontal pipe runs up from the heater at least 1/4" per foot (2cm per meter). Install Listed condensate drains at low points where condensate might collect. Plumb condensate drains to a drain through hard piping or high temperature tubing such as silicone rubber or EPDM rubber – do not use vinyl or other low temperature tubing. Follow drain manufacturer’s installation instructions. 5. Use Listed fire stop for floor and ceiling penetrations. Use Listed thimble for wall penetrations. Use a Listed roof flashing, roof jack, or roof thimble for all roof penetrations. Do not fill the space around the vent (that is, the clear air space in the thimble or fire stop) with insulation. The roof opening must be located so that the vent is vertical. 6. Do not run the heater vent into a common vent with any other appliance.

WARNING Fire Hazard. Do not vent the heater directly into a masonry chimney. Installation into a masonry chimney must use a chimney liner and must meet the National Fuel Gas Code, ANSI Z223.1/NFPA 54 and/or CSA B149.1, Natural Gas and Propane Installation Codes requirements and all local code requirements.

WARNING Risk of fire, carbon monoxide poisoning, or asphyxiation. It is recommended to use a CO Monitor and Fire Alarm in rooms that contain gas fired appliances.

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HORIZONTAL OR VERTICAL VENTING - POSITIVE PRESSURE

(See Figures 14, 15, and 16)

(Category III) Vent the heater either horizontally or vertically using an optional vent adapter of the 4-inch special gas approved Category III vent pipes. Install the vent pipe in accordance with local codes and the provisions of the National Fuel Gas Code, ANSI Z223.1 (U.S.), or the standards CSA B149.1, Natural Gas and Propane Installation Codes (Canada), and the vent manufacturer’s instructions. Do not use a draft hood with this heater. Install the vent according to the vent manufacturer’s detailed instructions. Note: Maintain clearance between the vent pipe and combustible surfaces according to the vent manufacturer’s instructions and code requirements. Do not place any insulating materials around the vent or inside the required clear air space surrounding the vent. See Table 11 for maximum permissible vent lengths. NOTE The allowable vent runs for each vent pipe diameter are different and can not be exceeded. Each 90° elbow reduces the maximum horizontal vent run by 12 feet and each 45-degree elbow in the vent run reduces the maximum vent run by 6 ft. See the Table 8 below for the maximum vent lengths using 90° elbows.

The MasterTemp heater is a “Category III” appliance (which Table 8. requires a four (4) inch special gas approved “Category 4 in. Special Gas Vent (Vertical or Horizontal)* III” vent pipe) and is a forced-draft pool and spa heater which No. of 90° Elbows Maximum Length in Feet (M) uses positive pressure to push flue gases through the vent pipe to the outside. Flue gases under positive pressure may escape 0 70 ft. (21.3M) into the dwelling with any cracks or loose joints in the vent pipe, or improper vent installation. The vent pipe must be of a 1 58 ft. (17.7M) sealed-seam construction, such as those listed for use with 2 46 ft. (14.0M) “Category III Appliances”, and for operating temperatures less than 400°F (204°C). Vent pipe construction will be of UL 1738 3 34 ft. (10.4M) approved non-corrosive material, such as stainless steel. A 4 22 ft. (6.7M) condensate trap may be needed. The use of “Approved” thimbles, roof jacks and/or side vent terminals are required; and the proper *Minimum vent length is one foot (.34M), or in accordance clearances to combustible materials must be maintained in w i t h ve n t m a n u fa c t u r e r ’ s i n s t r u c t i o n , a n d l o c a l a n d accordance with type of vent pipe employed—in the absence of a national codes. Horizontal vents 3’(1M) or less in length do not require a condensate tee, but must slope down clearance recommendation by the vent pipe manufacturer, the requirements of the Uniform Mechanical Code should be met. See toward the outlet at 1/4” to the foot (2cm/M) to allow condensate to drain. page 19, for heater ventilation air requirements. It is recommended that vent runs over 18 feet may need to be insulated to reduce condensation related problems and/or the use of a condensate trap in the vent run close to the heater may be necessary in certain Do NOT combine exhaust vent pipes to a installations such as cold climates. Horizontal vents 3’ (1M) or less in common exhaust vent in multiple unit length do not require a condensate tee. The MasterTemp heater is installations. Run separate vent pipes. suitable for through-the-wall venting.

CAUTION

CONNECTING SPECIAL METALIC GAS VENT TO THE HEATER 1. Order an optional appliance adapter kit, (Pentair offers optional appliance adapter kits, call Customer Service at (800) 831-7133 for more information): Part No. 77707-0086 for Saf-T Vent® or Saf-T Vent® CI. Part No. 77707-0087 for Z-Vent. 2. Remove the outside vent cover. 3. Install the Appliance Adapter in the Vent Body of the heater (located under the outside Vent Cover). Before connecting the Appliance Adapter to the Vent Body, wet a clean cloth or paper towel with isopropyl alcohol (rubbing alcohol) and vigorously wipe the socket of the Vent Body. Immediately wipe the cleaned surfaces dry with a clean cloth or paper towel. Repeat for the exterior of the heater end of the Appliance Adapter. Attach the appliance adapter to the vent body using the adhesive specified by the vent manufacturer, following the vent manufacturer’s instructions. MASTERTEMP® Pool and Spa Heater Installation and User’s Guide

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WARNING Risk of carbon monoxide poisoning if adapter is improperly attached. Mechanical connections (such as screws) can cause cracking and leaks in the adapter. Do NOT drill holes or use screws to connect the appliance adapter to the heater vent body. Attach with manufacturer’s specified adhesive.

WARNING Risk of fire or asphyxiation if vent is not assembled according to manufacturer’s instructions or if vent parts from different manufacturers are mixed. Vent parts from different manufacturers ARE NOT interchangeable. Mixing parts from more than one manufacturer may cause leaks or damage to vent. When installing a vent, pick one manufacturer and be sure that all vent parts come from that manufacturer and are specified by the manufacturer for your system. Follow manufacturer’s instructions and local and National Fuel Gas Code (U.S.) or CSA B149.1, Natural Gas and Propane Installation Codes (Canada) requirements carefully during assembly and installation. 4. Install vent pipe so that it can expand and contract freely as the temperature changes. Support the vent pipe according to applicable codes and vent manufacturer’s instructions. Pipe support must allow the vent pipe free movement out and back, from side to side, or up and down as necessary, without putting a strain on the heater or vent body. It is recommended to slope the horizontal pipe runs up from the heater at least 1/4" per foot (2cm/M). Install “Approved” condensate drains at low points where condensate might collect. Plumb condensate drains to a drain through hard piping or high-temperature tubing such as silicone rubber or EPDM rubber – do not use vinyl or other low temperature tubing. Follow drain manufacturer’s installation instructions. 5. Use an “Approved” firestop for floor and ceiling penetrations. Use an “Approved” thimble for wall penetrations. Use an “Approved” roof flashing, roof jack, or roof thimble for all roof penetrations. Do not fill the space around the vent (that is, the clear air space in the thimble or firestop) with insulation. The roof opening must be located so that the vent is vertical. 6. Vent Termination – Vertical (See Figures 14 and 15), for height of vent termination above the roof. Use an “Approved” vent terminal specified by local and national codes and your manufacturer’s instructions. A roof termination must be vertical. In Canada, the Vent Cap location shall have a minimum clearance of 4 feet (1.2M) horizontally from electric meters, gas meters, regulators, and relief openings.

Vent Cap and Riser Furnished by Installer

Chimney or Gas Vent

Outlet Air Opening

Side Wall Vent

Inlet Air Opening

Heater

Figure 14. Vent Cap and Riser Furnished by Installer

Chimney or Gas Vent

Outlet Air Opening

7. Make sure entire installation is sealed according to approved standard. Side Wall Vent

Heater

Inlet Air Opening

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4' Min. Vent Termination

Vent Termination

4' Min.

Vent Termination

1' Min.

4' Min.

1' Minimum above snow or finished grade (whichever is higher)

Max. 12" Min. 3"

4' Min.

At least 7' above grade adjacent to public walkways

Gas Meter Forced Air Inlet

3' Minimum clearance if horizontal distance to exhaust opening is less than 10 feet. Figure 16.

8. Vent Termination – Horizontal The terminal must be located (U.S. – See Figure 16): • • • • • •

at least 3" and at most 12" out from the wall (see Figure 17), following the vent manufacturer’s instructions at least 12" above finished grade or the normally expected snow accumulation level, whichever is higher at least 4 feet below or horizontally from, or 1 foot above, any doors or windows or gravity air inlet to a building at least 3 feet above any forced air inlet located within 10 feet at least 4 feet horizontally from electric meters, gas meters, regulators and relief equipment at least 7 feet above grade adjacent to walkways or similar traffic areas

The terminal must be located (Canada – See Figure 16): • • • •

at least 10 feet (3.3M) from any opening into a building at least 12" (.3M) above finished grade or the normally expected snow accumulation level, whichever is higher at least 4 feet (1.2M) horizontally from electric meters, gas meters, regulators and relief equipment at least 7 feet (2.1M) above grade adjacent to walkways or similar traffic areas

Allow at least three feet (1M) vertical clearance over vent termination when terminating under an overhang. Avoid corners or alcoves where snow or wind could have an effect. Exhaust may affect shrubbery and some building materials. Keep shrubbery away from termination. To prevent staining or deterioration, sealing or shielding exposed surfaces may be required.

Metal Special Support Gas Vent weight requires of pipe Appliance Adapter Condensate Tee

Listed Terminal

Metal Vent Body

WARNING Fire Hazard. Do not run the heater vent into a common vent with any other appliance. Do not run the Special Gas Vent into, through, or within any active vent such as a factory built or masonry chimney.

Condensate drain w/Trap (Optional)

Slope at least 1/4" per foot (2 cm per Meter) down towards condensate drain

3" (7.6 cm) Min., 12" (30.5 cm) Max. Clearance Figure 17.

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OUTDOOR SHELTER INSTALLATION In Canada, this pool heater can only be installed outdoors or in an enclosure that is not normally occupied and has no direct openings into occupied areas.

WARNING Risk of asphyxiation if exhaust is not correctly vented. Follow venting instructions exactly when installing heater. Do not use a draft hood with this heater, as the exhaust is under pressure from the burner blower and a draft hood will allow exhaust fumes to blow into the room housing the heater. Exhaust venting to the outdoors is required for all outdoor shelter installations.

WARNING Risk of explosion if a unit burning propane gas is installed in a pit or other low spot. Propane is heavier than air. Do not install the heater using propane in pits or other locations where gas might collect. Consult your local building code officials to determine installation requirements and specific installation restrictions of the heater relative to propane storage tanks and filling equipment. Installation must meet the requirements for the Standard for the Storage and Handling of Liquefied Petroleum Gases, CAN/CSA B149.2 (latest edition) or ANSI/NFPA 58 (latest edition). Consult local codes and fire protection authorities about specific installation restrictions. The heater is design certified by CSA International for installation on combustible flooring; in alcoves; basements; in closet or utility rooms (in the U.S.).

GARAGE OR UTILITY ROOM INSTALLATION In Canada, the heater must be installed in a room that is not normally occupied and has no openings directly to occupied areas.

WARNING Risk of fire and explosion if installed at floor level in an automotive garage or near gasoline or flammable liquid storage. Gasoline fumes are heavier than air and will settle to floor level in closed spaces. Gasoline fumes and spilled gasoline or other volatile liquids (such as some paints and varnishes) will travel across the floor and can be ignited by a gas appliance. In any utility room or residential garage installation, install the heater with the base at least 18 inches (.5M) above the floor, see Figure 18. In a garage, install a rail or wall to protect the heater from physical damage by a moving vehicle. Provide an adequate ventilation air supply (See Table 4, page 19). Choose a location that will avoid contamination by chemical fumes.

CAUTION

Leave 3 ft. (1 m) or more of clearance above heater

A Propane (LPG) fired heater must not be installed in a garage in Massachusetts, by order of the Massachusetts State Fire Marshal. For more information, call the Massachusetts State Fire Marshal’s office. NOTICE: Combustion air contaminated by corrosive chemical fumes can damage the heater and will void the warranty (See Table 6, page 20).

Leave 6 in. (15 cm) of clear space between heater and combustible surface.

RAISE AT LEAST 18 in. (46 cm) above floor 18 in. to avoid flammable vapors

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CONTROL PANEL INDEXING On an outdoor shelter installation, the exhaust discharges into a vent pipe. Orient the heater so that the vent pipe does not interfere with adjustment of the operating controls. The control panel located on the top panel can be rotated to any of the three sides of the heater for easy access, see Figure 19.

Top Panel

Door Access Panel

1. Remove the bolts from the door panels. Remove both door access panels. 2. Remove the four corner wing nuts that secure the top panel. Lift the top panel upward to remove the top panel. 3. Rotate the top panel to the desired position located at 90° angles. Note that the control panel must NOT be located on the side where the vent is located. 4. Replace the top panel down onto the side panels. Be sure that there are no wires caught under the panel. 5. Secure the top panel using the four corner wing nuts. 6. Reattach the door access panels.

Door Access Panel

Figure 19.

FINAL INSTALLATION CHECK Check that horizontal vent pipe runs slope uniformly at least 1/4" per foot (2cm per meter) to condensate drain(s). No sags, no dips, no high or low spots. Check that vent is supported at elbows, tees, and horizontal and vertical runs according to manufacturer’s instructions and code requirements. Check that vent supports and wall and ceiling penetrations allow free movements up, down, and sideways without putting any strains on the heater or vent body. Check for at least six inch (15cm) free air clearance between the heater vent pipe and combustible materials. Check that all joints are completely together and sealed. In Florida, building codes require that the heater be anchored to the equipment pad or platform to withstand high wind pressures created during hurricanes. A Bolt Down Bracket Kit, P/N 460738, is available with anchor clamps designed to hold the unit to the equipment pad in high wind conditions. Installation of the anchor clamps are recommended in all installations and are required in Florida, (See Florida Building Code 301.13).

For Heater mounting bolts and clamps, purchase separately Bolt Down Bracket Kit, Part No. 460738.

Lead Anchor

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ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS Electrical Rating: 60 Hz 120 / 240 Volts AC, single phase Enclose the incoming AC power line to the heater, in an approved flexible conduit connected directly to the junction box on the inside of the access door panel. Line voltage field wiring should be 14 gauge, with a circuit capacity of 15 Amps.

CAUTION This heater is designed to operate at 120 or 240 VAC. It is not recommended to be connected to OR operate on a 208 VAC.

NOTE • Before making any electrical connections to the power supply, remove the access door panels, open the control box and plug in the correct plug (120 VAC or 240 VAC). See plugs below.

CAUTION The heater ships from the Factory with the 240 VAC plug installed. Installing the 120V plug and then connecting the heater to 240V line current will immediately destroy the transformer, control board and ignition control module, and will void warranty. If you install the 240V plug and connect the heater to 120 VAC line current, the heater will not operate. • If any of the original wiring supplied with this heater must be replaced, installer must supply (No. 18 AWG, 600V, 105° C. U.L. approved AWM low energy stranded) copper wire or it’s equivalent. Please read the boxes headed “IMPORTANT! READ ME FIRST!” on pages 38 and 42 before proceeding. 1. All wiring must be in accordance with all applicable codes. 2. The heater, when installed, must be electrically grounded and bonded in accordance with local codes or, in the absence of local codes, with the National Electrical Code or the Canadian Electrical Code (as applicable). A bonding lug is provided on the outside of the panel under the vent for this purpose. 3. Electrical power circuits to the pool heater must follow local codes and National Electrical Code or Canadian Electrical Code (as applicable). 4. All wiring between the heater and devices not attached to it, or between separate devices which are installed in the field, must be “Type T” wire rated for 35°C rise. 5. All line voltage wiring shall be enclosed in approved flexible conduit, and shall be securely attached to the field wiring box located inside the access door panel. The conduit or cable connector at the field wiring box should contain an insulating bushing or its equivalent to prevent abrasion of the wires as they enter the box. 6. The filter pump should run continuously when the heater is on, and for at least 5 minutes after the heater turns off. Any switches in the pump circuit (including circuit breakers) that can disconnect the pump must also disconnect the heater. 7. Do not wire single-pole switches, including protective devices, into a grounded line. The heater is not sensitive to polarity. Connect the L1 of the power supply to the black wire, the L2 or neutral lead to the red wire, and the ground wire to the green wire. A time clock controlling the filter pump should have a low-voltage Fireman’s Switch that switches off the heater at least 15 minutes before shutting off the pump. Always use crimp type connectors when connecting two wires. AC VOLTAGE SELECT PLUGS: (120 VAC or 240 VAC) Rev. M 1-8-15

AC Plug 120 Volt or 240 Volt

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CONNECTION OF FIREMAN’S SWITCH OR REMOTE CONTACT

CAUTION If, while there is line voltage connected to the heater, you touch either line voltage terminal with any 24VAC wire that is connected to the control board (including the Fireman’s Switch jumper), you will immediately destroy the control board and void the warranty.

REMOTE CONTROL CONNECTIONS 1. Switch off power to heater at main circuit breaker panel. 2. Unbolt and remove the access door panels. 3. Open control box cover (see Figure 21). 4a. To connect a 2-Wire Control (such as Pentair’s IntelliTouch® or EasyTouch® Control Systems) or a timer: - Remove the factory installed jumper from the Fireman’s Switch terminals. - Connect wires between the Fireman’s Switch terminals on the heater and the relay. Connect wires from the controller or timer to the Fireman’s Switch. Controller, timer or relay should be sized to handle 24VAC at 0.5 Amp (because it will be completing the 24VAC control board circuit on the heater as shown in Figure 22). DO NOT apply line voltage to the Fireman’s Switch terminals. Use 18 gauge wire with a minimum 3/64” (1.2mm) thick insulation rated for a temperature rise of at least 105°C. - Knock-outs are provided to route the wires through the bottom of the control box and past the junction TRANS box. 4b. To connect a 3-Wire Control:

Figure 21. BK O Y Y

THERMISTOR

24 VAC

J6

1

FS

24VAC

VAL TH IND GND 24VAC

Y Y

OPERATING CONTROL O

MEMBRANE PAD CONNECTION ENABLE TOGGLE DISABLE TOGGLE

FUSE

W

TRANS

FUSE

BK

9

- Connect wires between the control board terminals on the heater and the external relays, as shown in Figure 23. Use at least 2 relays per heater, to allow for an “OFF setting” on each heater mode. Select relays that can handle logic level switching. DO NOT apply line voltage to control board terminals. - Move jumper (as shown on Figure 23) to enable external control and to disable the heater membrane pad’s “Pool ON” and “Spa ON” buttons (the “OFF” key on the membrane pad remains functional). - Knock-outs are provided to route the wires through the bottom and the top of the control box and past the junction box. 5. Close control box cover.

TERMINAL BOARD F I R E M A N S

L1 F1

TRAN S FL

S W I T C H

W W

L2

R

BM R L2

L1

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GND

JUNCTION BOX

G

R

L2

L1

GROUND (GND )

NOTICE: The fuse for the Fireman’s Switch is a 1.25 Amp 1¼ x ¼” fast blow fuse, which is commonly available.

12 Pin Receptacle

To control heaters that are operated in parallel, connect wiring at same locations on heater as 2-Wire or 3-Wire Control. It is imperative that each control circuit is isolated from the other control circuits, to avoid that current will flow from one heater to another through the control circuits.

BK

6. Re-install the access door panels.

24VAC

Time Clock or Remote (Purchase Separately – Supplies Power to Circulator Pump) Fireman's Switch Completes the heater 24 Volt AC Control Board Circuit. DO NOT connect this circuit to Line Voltage!

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MASTERTEMP HEATER WIRING DIAGRAM (3-WIRE SYSTEM) CONNECTION DIAGRAM AGS Switch

Air Flow Switch

Stack Flue Sensor

Extra Switch 1

Gas Valve

Hi-Limit Switch

Y/R Y/BL Y/O

Pressure Switch

Y/W Y Y Y Y Y

O O BL

W

O O

W

THERMISTOR

HLS

FS

PS

24VAC

R

Y

BR BR

PR PR

R

VAL TH IND GND 24VAC

Y/W

ES1

OPERATING CONTROL

AFS

NA/LP Models Only Y/W

J6

Y

1

BL

Y/O

Y/BL Y/R Y

Y

Y

Y

MEMBRANE PAD CONNECTION

AGS SFS

6

JMP3

GAS

1

External Control Interface Circuit Disabled, Heater Membrane Pad Enabled

Spa Line Common Line Pool Line

JMP

External Control Interface W

Y

BK

1 JMP

F1

24 F2 VAC

DIAGNOSTIC INDICATOR

1

IGNITION CONTROL MODULE Y

External Control Interface Circuit Enabled, "Pool On" and "Spa On" Keys Disabled. "OFF" Key on Membrane Pad Remains Functional.

Y 24 VAC

S1 240

GY

S1/ 120

L1 L2

GY BK

S2

SEC

TH IND VAL GND

Y/W

GY

Y/O W

Y/BL Y/R

O

BK

120 VAC IGNITER

Y/W W GND

BK

Plug –12 pin 120V – Black 240V – Red

O GY

BK

L1 BK

F1

F I R E M A N S

TRAN S FL

S W I T C H

L2 BM

BK

1

R

Y

GY

R W

W R GY

BK

W

R

W

Y

R

BK Y

BLOWER BL

JUNCTION BOX Line 1

BK

Line 2

R

Ground

G

BL

NOTICE: Touching any 24VAC wire, including the Fireman's Switch wire, to any 120/240V terminal while the heater is connected to line power will immediately destroy the control board and void the warranty.

G

GND

Replace jumper with leads to Fireman"s Switch (field installed)

12 Position Receptacle

Figure 23.

GND

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MASTERTEMP HEATER ELECTRICAL SCHEMATIC LADDER DIAGRAM LADDER DIAGRAM 240 VAC

L1

L2

IGNITER L1

S1

F1

F2

S2

L2

BLOWER

GND

240 VAC CLASS II TRANSFORMER

24 VAC OPERATING CONTROL 24 VAC 24 VAC

GND

AIR FLOW SWITCH

LOGIC

24V

TH WATER PRESSURE SWITCH

HI LIMIT SWITCH IND

COM NO

AGS SWITCH

INLET TEMPERATURE CONTROL SWITCH

VAL

GAS VALVE

STACK FLUE SENSOR

THERMISTOR SENSOR

NOTES: 1.)

L1

L2

S2

F1

GND

F2 IND

S1

24 VAC

VAL AND TH

ARE CONNECTED ON THE IGNITION MODULE. 2. )

PIN AND SOCKET CONNECTOR.

3. )

IF ANY OF THE ORIGINAL WIRES AS SUPPLIED WITH THE APPLIANCE MUST BE REPLACED, THEY MUST BE REPLACED WITH TYPE 105° C OR ITS EQUIVALENT.

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Operation Instructions BASIC SYSTEM OPERATION Start pump, make sure the pump is running and is primed, to close the water pressure switch and supply power to heater. Be sure the pool and/or spa is properly filled with water. Follow the Lighting/Operating instructions below.

MASTERTEMP HEATER HSI ELECTRONIC IGNITION LIGHTING/OPERATION FOR YOUR SAFETY: READ BEFORE LIGHTING

WARNING If you do not follow these instructions exactly, a fire or explosion may result causing property damage, personal injury or loss of life. Do not attempt to light the heater if you suspect a gas leak. Lighting the heater can result in a fire or explosion which can cause personal injury, death, and property damage.

START-UP AND OPERATION START-UP AND SHUTDOWN INSTRUCTIONS ARE ON THE LABEL ATTACHED TO THE COVER OF THE APPLIANCE CONTROL BOX.

BEFORE START-UP A. This appliance does not have a pilot. It is equipped with an ignition device which automatically lights the burners. Do not try to light the burners by hand. B. BEFORE OPERATING, smell all around the appliance area for gas. Be sure to smell next to the floor because some gas is heavier than air and will settle on the floor. 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. – 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. C. Use only your hand to turn the gas control on or off. Never use tools. If you cannot change the ON/OFF setting by hand, don't try to repair it, call a qualified service technician. Forced or attempted repair may result in a fire or explosion.

E. Do not operate the pool heater unless the pool or spa is properly filled with water. F. Before operating the appliance for the first time or after it has been off for an extended time, perform the following checklist: 1. Remove debris or other articles from inside the heater and the area around the heater and its exhaust vent. Make sure the ventilation openings are clear of debris or obstruction. For installations in an enclosed space, make sure openings for combustion and ventilation air are unobstructed. 2. Keep heater area clear and free from combustibles, flammable liquids and chemicals. 3. Check that all water connections are tight. 4. Water must be flowing through the heater during operation. Make sure that pool/spa is filled with water and have pump operating. Check that water flow is unobstructed from the appliance. When operating for the first time or after an extended shut-down, run filter pump for several minutes to clear all air from the system.

D. Do not use this heater if any part has been under water. Immediately call a qualified service technician to inspect the heater and to replace any part of the control system and any gas control which has been under water.

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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS 1. STOP! Read the safety information on (page 33).

Water Pressure Switch

2. Set both pool and spa thermostats to the lowest settings. 3. Turn off all electric power to the appliance. 4. This appliance does not have a pilot. It is equipped with an ignition device which automatically lights the burner. Do not try to light the burner by hand. 5. Remove the access door panels by unfastening the four screws located on each door, then lift up and out from the bottom of the panel to remove. If necessary, the screws may be used as handles, see Figure 25. 6. Toggle-Style Valve: Pull toggle toward you to turn gas off , see Figure 26.

Figure 25.

7. Wait five (5) minutes to clear out any gas. If you then smell gas, STOP! Follow “B” in the “Before Start-up” instructions (page 33). If you don’t smell gas, go to the next step. 8. Push the toggle switch away from you to switch the gas on.

Gas control is shown OFF. Push toggle switch away from you to switch ON.

9. Replace the Door Access Panels. All panels must be in place when operating the heater. 10. Set 3-way valves on inlet and outlet to pool or spa, as appropriate. 11. Turn on all electric power to the appliance. 12. Press either the POOL ON or SPA ON button switch on the operating control. 13. Set the thermostat to desired setting (NOTICE: Setpoint must be above actual water temperature or burner will not fire). See “OPERATING the CONTROL PANEL”. 14. The blower should come on immediately, and after about 20 seconds, the burner should fire. When operating for the first time, the burner may not fire on the first try because of air in the gas line. If it does not fire at first, push the OFF switch, wait five minutes, and again push the POOL or SPA ON switch. The burner should fire after about 20 seconds. You may have to repeat this until all of the air has cleared the gas line.

You are here.

Figure 26.

15. The burner should fire until the pool/spa temperature reaches the desired temperature set on the thermostat. The blower will continue to run for about 45 seconds after the burner shuts off. If any of the safety interlocks should open during burner operation, the burner shuts off immediately, but the blower continues to run for about 45 seconds. Should overheating occur or the gas supply fail to shut off, turn off the manual gas control valve to the appliance. 16. If the appliance will not operate, follow the instructions below “TO TURN OFF GAS TO THE APPLIANCE”, and call your service technician or gas supplier.

TO TURN OFF GAS TO APPLIANCE 1. Press the OFF button on operating control. 2. Switch off all electric power to the unit. 3. Remove the access door panels, see Figure 25. 4. Toggle-Style Valve: Pull toggle toward you to turn gas off, see Figure 26. 5. Replace the Access Door Panels.

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SAFETY CONTROLS Figure 27.

AIR FLOW SWITCH (AFS) The air flow switch, (see Figure 27), is a safety device used to insure that the combustion air blower (fan) is operating and has been designed to monitor the vacuum (negative) pressure within the blower housing. The air flow switch is factory set and is connected upstream of the ignition module. The ignition module does not operate unless the air pressure switch and all safety switches are closed.

WATER PRESSURE SWITCH Air Flow Switch

WARNING Hazardous pressure. Do not bypass the Water Pressure Switch or render it inoperable. The water pressure switch, (see Figure 28). If the water flow is restricted, the water pressure switch may prevent the burner from firing and cause the “Service System” light to go on. If the light remains on after the filter has been serviced, have a qualified service technician check the system.

Figure 28.

Water Pressure Switch

For deck-level heater installations, the Water Pressure Switch is factory set at 3.00 psi (20.6 kPa). NOTE: See, Below Pool Level Installation Instructions on page 13. If the pressure switch is one feet (.3M) below or above the pool water level, reset the switch so that it is open when the pump is off and closed when the pump is running. Turn the star-wheel on the switch clockwise ( ) to raise setting (heater below the pool) and counterclockwise ( ) to lower the setting (heater above the pool – see Figure 29. Test the switch after resetting. NOTICE: When the heater is mounted more than five feet (1.5M) above or four feet (1.2M) below the deck level, a Pressure Switch is no longer adequate. A Flow Switch must be installed instead. NOTICE: Heater operation with incorrect Pressure Switch setting may cause operation with no water flow. Operation of the heater without sufficient water flow may severely damage it.

Turn star wheel clockwise to raise pressure set point if pressure switch is more than 4 feet (1.2M) below water level

HIGH LIMITS A “High Limit”, is a safety device that opens the electrical circuit and shuts off the heater based on a water temperature set point within the “High Limit Device”. The MasterTemp heater series of heaters contains two (2) high limit devices which are located on the main inlet / outlet header.

Star Wheel

A reference scale is on the back of pressure switch

Figure 29. Turn star wheel counterclockwise to lower pressure set point if pressure switch is more than 5 feet (1.5M) above water level

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SAFETY CONTROLS, (cont’d.)

Flame Current Check Point

OPERATION OF IGNITION MODULE

Diagnostic LED 1 Flash - Air Flow Fault 2 Flashes - Flame No Call for Heat 3 Flashes - Ignition Lockout

The Ignition Module, (see Figure 30), is microprocessor based and operates on 24VAC supplied by the transformer. The control utilizes a microprocessor to continually and safely monitor, analyze, and control the proper operation of the gas flame holder. The module with the presence of the flame sensor, using flame rectification, allows the heater to operate.

OPERATING THE CONTROL PANEL

Figure 30.

The five operating switches are: POOL ON

Press this button to govern heater operation by the pool temperature setting.

SPA ON

Press this button to govern heater operation by the spa temperature setting.

Temperature Up and Down

Digital Temperature Display

HEATER OFF Press this button to switch off the heater.  TEMP

Press this button to raise the temperature setting.

 TEMP

Press this button to lower the temperature setting.

System Operation Indicator Lights

To toggle the display between degrees Centigrade (°C) and degrees Fahrenheit (°F):

Dual Temperature Controls

Heater "OFF" Switch

Figure 31.

1. Turn the Operating Control OFF. 2. Press TEMP or  TEMP for 5 seconds. The display will flash once and change modes (°C to °F or vice versa). 3. Turn the Operating Control ON. When either the TEMP or  TEMP buttons are depressed, the digital display will indicate the temperature setting. After five seconds, the display will return to the actual pool/spa temperature. In addition to the digital temperature display, there are five indicator lights: The POOL ON light indicates that the pool water temperature is governing operation of the heater. The SPA ON light indicates that the spa water temperature is governing operation of the heater. The HEATING light comes on and stays on when the burner is firing. This light should be on whenever the burner is on. It blinks when the heater is calling for heat but not firing. If this light is on but the burner fails to come on, one of the “service” lights should come on, indicating a fault in the system. The SERVICE SYSTEM light indicates that there is insufficient water flow to the heater. If the pump is operating, this usually indicates that the filter and/or skimmers should be cleaned (some filters may require back-washing). If the light remains on after the filter/skimmers have been serviced, the system should be checked by a qualified service technician. The SERVICE HEATER light indicates a fault in the heater or its controls. If this light comes on, shut down the heater (See “TO TURN OFF GAS TO THE APPLIANCE” on page 34), and have a qualified service technician check the system.

WARNING Risk of explosion or fire causing burns or death if safety interlocks are disabled. DO NOT attempt to operate heater when SERVICE HEATER light is on or if blower or burner will not start. Instead, follow instructions under “To Switch Off Gas to the Appliance,” and call a qualified service technician to repair unit.

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TEMPERATURE SETTING The heater comes factory set at 78° F. for the pool mode and 100° F. for the spa mode. Using the up and down arrows, you can set the thermostats to a minimum temperature of 65° F., or a maximum of 104° F. If you desire to heat only one body of water, the thermostat is capable of an off mode. As an example, if you only wish to heat the spa and not the pool, simply depress and hold the pool down arrow, and the thermostat will lower its setting to 65° F. then go to an off mode.

MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE SET POINT 1. Unbolt and remove the door panels (see Figure 32).

Top Panel

Door Access Panel

2. Access the control panel board on the underside of the top cover. Locate the yellow button on the corner of the control board. 3. Push the Max. Temp. Set Point button on the back of the control board (see Figure 33). The following sequence should happen: A.

The unit will come on and the POOL ON light will come on.

B.

Press the TEMP or  TEMP pad (on TOP of the panel) to set maximum pool temperature.

C.

Wait up to 30 seconds; the POOL ON light will go off and the SPA ON light will come on. To override the time delay, push the Max. Temp. Set Point button again.

E.

Wait up to 30 seconds; the SPA ON light will go off and the unit will shut down. To override the time delay, push the Max. Temp. Set Point button again.

S M A ET X

1

Press the TEMP or  TEMP button on the control panel and set maximum spa temperature to 104°F (40°C) or less.

Figure 32.

S

D.

Door Access Panel

4. Reinstall the access door panels.

S

T E S AX M

1

Figure 33.

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Troubleshooting Instruction Initial Troubleshooting Only qualified, trained service technicians with appropriate test equipment should service the heater. Remember that all parts of the system affect heater operation. Before starting this troubleshooting procedure, make sure that the pump is running correctly, that there are no blockages in the system, that the valves are correctly set and that the time clock is correctly set and is running.

IMPORTANT! READ ME FIRST! NOTICE: Installing the black 120 volt plug in the control box and then connecting the heater to a 240 volt line will destroy the trans former, control broad, and ignition control module, and will void the warranty. If you install the red 240 volt plug and then connect the heater to a 120 volt line, the heater will not operate. READ THE FOLLOWING CAREFULLY: 1. Check the line voltage to your heater. This heater will operate

on either 120 Volts AC or 240 Volts AC. 2. Remove the covers and check the 12-pin plug in the back of the control box. The plug must match the voltage in the heater circuit. 3. If the 12-pin plug is not plugged into the back of the control box, select the correct plug from the bag in the control box and plug it in. The BLACK plug is for 120 volts, the RED plug is for 240 volts.

Start here for directions to specific Troubleshooting Chart Is green “POOL” or “SPA” LED “on”?

NO

Go to chart “HEATER WILL NOT FIRE - A” (Page 39)

YES

Go to chart “HEATER WILL NOT FIRE - B” (Page 40)

YES Is red “SERVICE SYSTEM” LED “on”? NO Is red “SERVICE HEATER” LED “on”?

YES

NO

Are any red diagnostic LED’s on back of board (AGS, AFS, SFS, HLS, PS or THERMISTOR) “on”

NOTICE: Any or all of the diagnostic LED’s may come “on” momentarily when you turn on the power to the heater.

Go to specific safety switch troubleshooting chart (Pages 43 and 44)

YES

Go to chart ‘HEATER WILL NOT FIRE -C” (Page 41)

NO

Turn off power to heater for about 5 seconds, and turn back on. Make sure temperature setting is above water temperature. Wait one minute. Do any diagnostic LED’s on back of board (AGS, AFS, SFS, HLS, PS, or THERMISTOR) come “on” and stay on?

YES

YES

NO

Does red “SERVICE HEATER” LED come “on” NO

Verify that water temperature setting is above water temperature reading. If it is, and heater either will not fire or no red LED’s come “on”, replace Control Board. WARNING Hazardous voltage. Can shock, burn or kill. Disconnect power before servicing any components.

WARNING Fire and Explosion hazard. Do not jumper switch terminals to remedy a failed safety switch.

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Heater Will Not Fire - A Start NO

Is green “SPA” or “POOL” LED “on” YES Check that correct 12-pin plug is installed (red is 240V, black is 120V)

YES

Depress “POOL” or “SPA” ON button on Membrane Pad. Does “POOL” or “SPA” LED come on? NO

YES

Check for line voltage to heater.

NO

Heater should fire on demand for heat.

Restore power to heater.

YES

NO If plug is not installed: Install correct plug. 240V plug in 120V circuit: Replace with correct plug. 120V plug in 240V circuit: Replace transformer, control board, and ignition control module (see “HEATER WILL NOT FIRE-C and -D”, Pages 41 and 42). Check fuse and all other 24V components for damage.

Check for 24 VAC at secYES ondary of Transformer. NO Check for Line Voltage between L1 and L2 terminals on Terminal Board.

NO

YES Check for Line Voltage at Transformer primary pins. White connects to Pin 3 on Transformer, Black to Pin 2, Orange to Pin 1. 240V: check Pin1 to Pin 3. 120V: check Pin 2 to Pin 3. Jumper Fireman’s Switch at Terminal Board and depress “POOL” or “SPA” ON button on membrane pad. Does “SPA” or “POOL” LED come “on”?

NO

Check wiring connections between power supply and Junction Box and between Junction Box and Terminal Board; restore continuity. Check wiring connections between Terminal Board and Transformer primary and restore continuity.

YES

Replace Transformer.

YES

Check Fireman’s Switch circuit connections (time clock, wiring, external controller relay).

NO YES

NO

Leaving jumper in place, check for 24 VAC between Fireman’s Switch terminals and ground. Remove jumper. Check ribbon cable connection between Membrane Pad and J6 on Control Board. Depress “POOL” or “SPA” On pad again. Does “POOL” or “SPA” LED come on? Jumper pins 6 and 5 on J6 of Control Board. Does “SPA” LED come on? Jumper pins 6 and 4 on J6 of Control Board. Does “POOL” LED come on?

NO

Remove jumper. Check wiring between Transformer and J7 terminals on Control Board and between J7 and Fireman’s Switch on Terminal Board, check fuse, and restore continuity.

YES

Heater should fire on demand for heat.

YES

Replace Membrane Pad.

NO

Replace Control Board.

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Heater Will Not Fire - B Start Is red “SERVICE HEATER” LED “on”

NO

Is red “SERVICE SYSTEM” LED on?

NO

YES YES

Verify that pump is on, filter is not blocked, and the water flow is above the minimum requirement.

NO

YES With pump running, adjust Water Pressure Switch to lower pressure until ‘SERVICE SYSTEM” LED goes out. Then verify that “SERVICE SYSTEM” LED goes on with pump off.

Increase POOL/SPA temperature setting on Membrane Pad above actual water temperature. Heater should fire on demand for heat. If not, and no other red LED’s light, replace Control Board.

Service pump/filter and eliminate other flow obstructions.

YES

Heater should fire on call for heat. Re-verify that water flow is above minimum requirement.

NO Minimum Flow Requirements

Check that water pressure is within the adjustment range of the Pressure Switch (0-5 psig)

NO Model 175 200 250 300 400

YES CONTINUE

Verify that switch wiring is OK and Pressure Switch port is not blocked, and replace water Pressure Switch.

Flow 20 gal/min (76 LPM) 20 gal/min (76 LPM) 25 gal/min (95 LPM) 30 gal/min (114 LPM) 40 gal/min (151 LPM)

If water pressure is outside of adjustment range that will open switch with pump off and close switch with pump on, replace with flow switch set above minimum flow requirement. Minimum Flow Requirements Model 175 200 250 300 400

Check whether any of the red diagnostic LED’s on back of board (AGS, AFS, SFS, HLS or PS) are “on”

YES

Flow 20 gal/min (76 LPM) 20 gal/min (76 LPM) 25 gal/min (95 LPM) 30 gal/min (114 LPM) 40 gal/min (151 LPM)

Go to “Diagnostic LED’s”, (Pages 43 and 44)

NO GO TO “HEATER WILL NOT FIRE - C” Page 41

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Heater Will Not Fire - C Start NO

Is “SERVICE HEATER” LED “on”? YES

If any red diagnostic LED’s (AGS, AFS, SFS, HLS, PS, or THERMISTOR) come “on”, go to to Pages 43 and 44.

NO

Go to “INITIAL TROUBLESHOOTING”

Turn off power to heater for 5 seconds, and turn back on. Make sure temperature setting is above water temperature. Wait one minute.

YES

Does heater fire and stay on?

CONTINUE NO

NO

Did burner fire at all?

Did Blower come on?

YES

YES Verify that gas is flowing to burner during ignition try. Observe gas meter for movement during ignition try (wait for about 30 seconds after calling for heat).

Go to “BURNER TROUBLESHOOTING” (Page 44)

Go to “HEATER WILL NOT FIRE-D” (Page 42)

YES

Replace Ignition Control Module.

YES

NO Check for 24 VAC between VAL and GND terminals on Ignition Control Module. SEE NOTE 2.

Check for 24 VAC between VAL and GND terminals on Control Board. SEE NOTE 2. NO Fix wiring between VAL and GND terminals of Ignition Control Module and Control Board.

YES

Replace Control Board. NO

NO

Check for 24 VAC between TH and GND terminals on Ignition Control Module. SEE NOTE 1. NO

YES

Continue to observe heater for several minutes. Cycle heater on and off several times. Observe for delayed or rough ignition, poor combustion, premature extinction of flame, evidence of boiling, or operation of any diagnostic LED. Go to pertinent troubleshooting section if any malfunction is observed.

Check for 24 VAC between TH and GND terminals on Control Board. SEE NOTE 1.

Verify that gas supply is open all the way to Gas Valve, and Gas Valve is set at “on” position. Check for 24 VAC to Gas Valve terminals during ignition try. (Voltage appears about 24 seconds after call for heat). SEE NOTE 2. YES Replace Gas Valve with identical part.

YES

NO

Fix wiring between TH and GND terminals of Ignition Control Module and Control Board. Replace Control Board.

Check for 24 VAC between GAS terminals on Control Board. SEE NOTE 2.

YES

Fix wiring between GAS terminals on Control Board and Gas Valve.

NO Replace Control Board.

NOTE 1: Voltage appears immediately after call for heat, and may be on for only about 30 seconds. NOTE 2: Voltage appears about 24 seconds after call for heat, and may be on for only about 7 seconds.

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Heater Will Not Fire - D IMPORTANT! READ ME FIRST! IMPORTANT! READ ME FIRST!! If your heater is correctly connected to 240 Volts AC, the Ignition Control Module (ICM) will convert the 240VAC to an intermittent pulse to the ignitor. Digital meters don’t read this type of signal well. (An analog meter will give a better reading than a digital meter). If the ICM is bad, your volt-

meter will read either 0 VAC or 240 VAC. If your ICM is good, your meter will read some voltage between 0 and 240 VAC. Exactly what reading you get will depend on the meter, but with a good ICM, the reading won’t be 0 VAC or 240 VAC, but somewhere in between.

Start Gas flows during ignition try, but burner does not fire.

NO

Go back to chart “HEATER WILL NOT FIRE-C” (Page 41).

YES Check voltage across igniter leads; OK? NO

Replace Ignition Control Module. On a 120 V installation, check the ignitor for damage if it has seen 240 VAC.

YES

Check gas pressure. OK?.

YES

Replace HSI Igniter.

NO

Increase gas flow into heater: • Replace gas line with larger line; • Replace regulator; • Replace meter; or • All of the above.

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Diagnostic LED's: AGS, AFS, HLS, PS, THERMISTOR Verify that water flow rate is above minimum required for heater.

AGS or HLS "on" Replace High Limit Switch (HLS) or Automatic Gas Shutoff (AGS)

NO

YES YES

Verify that inlet water temperature is below 104° F.

Service pump and filter to restore proper flow. After servicing, verify proper operation of Pressure Switch (PS).

NO Replace thermistor or Control Board to correct overheating.

CONTINUE If problem persists, verify proper operation of Internal Bypass Valve and Thermal Governor, and check for Heat Exchanger blockage.

PS "on"

Verify that water flow rate is above minimum required for heater.

NO

Does Blower operate?

YES

Service pump and filter to restore proper flow.

CONTINUE Verify that wiring is YES OK and pressure tap CONTINUE Adjust Water Pressure Switch to close with pump running and open with is not blocked. Replace Pressure Switch pump off.

AFS "on"

NO Replace Blower.

Verify that wires BM and F1 are correctly connected at the terminal strip (see Heater Connection Diagram, Page 30).

YES

Disconnect Blower and check for line voltage between pins 1 and 3 of Blower Connector on ignition try. NO

YES

NO

Check for 24 VAC between 24 VAC and GND terminals on Ignition Control Module on ignition try. Check that IND wire is correctly connected. NO Verify correct connection of wiring between 24 VAC and IND terminals on Ignition Control Module and Control Board, and replace Control Board.

YES

Disconnect wires F1 and F2 from Ignition Control Module and short them together. Does Blower come on? YES

THERMISTOR "on"

NO NO NO

Verify correct connection of wiring and that pressure taps to AFS are OK. Verify that vinyl tubing to AFS and Blower is not misrouted, kinked, disconnected, or punctured. Replace Air Flow Switch (AFS). If problem persists, replace Blower.

Connect correctly and retry. Does Blower start? Replace Blower. Does Blower start on ignition try? Replace Ignition Control Module. Verify Thermistor wiring. If OK, replace Thermistor.

CAUTION Do not jumper a safety switch to remedy a failed switch.

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Verify that there is no blockage in Blower intake, Heat Exchanger, and exhaust and that exhaust is not too long (see “Indoor Vent Installation”, Page 18.

NOTE: ES1 is a spare and should be jumpered.

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Diagnostic LED's: SFS SFS "on" Check Heat Exchanger Coil for leaks, liming, soot, or low flow. Heater starts and runs OK, but temperature of exhaust climbs to 450˚–500˚ in 3–5 minutes.

YES YES

Check Thermal Regulator: Open at 120˚?

NO Heater starts after several tries, exhaust temperature stays below 250˚. OR Heater doesn’t start at all (exhaust stays cold).

Check pressure and volume of fuel supply

NO

YES

Replace Heater Membrane Pad. DONE

Check Thermal-Regulator: Seats correctly? Replace Heater Control Board.

NOT OK

DONE

Correct Fuel Supply, reset Heater and retry. Heater should fire correctly. NO NO

Reset power to Heater and retry. Heater should fire.

Replace Stack Flue Sensor DONE

NO

Reset power to Heater and retry. Heater should fire.

Check continuity in wiring harness between Control YES Board and Probe. Continuity OK?

Check Heat Exchanger Coil for leaks, liming, soot, or low flow.

NO

Repeat checks on fuel supply, Thermal Regulator, check for correct orifices, etc.

NO

Replace Heater Control Board. DONE Reset power to Heater and retry. Heater should fire.

YES NO

Does the Digital Temperature Display show Error Code “E05” or “E06”?

YES Clean/tighten pins as needed.

NO NO (Basic)

Replace Heater Membrane Pad. DONE Reset power to Heater and retry. Heater should fire.

DONE Reset power to Heater and retry. Heater should fire.

NO (HD )

NO

YES

Check the J3 and J6 connectors for corrosion/ looseness on the male pins.

YES

Correct problem; Heater should fire.

OK Disconnect the sensor and check continuity across its terminals. Resistance should be 3.5-4.0 megaohms. = open circuit; 0 = shorted. Does sensor check OK?

NO

NO

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Burner Troubleshooting SYMPTOM

CAUSE

REMEDY

Loud, high-pitched whine

Flame is too rich.

Verify pressure tap between gas valve and blower inlet. See page 15 and verify that the gas regulator setting is –0.2" (–0.5cm) wc. Contact a qualified technician or service agency to replace the gas orifice.

Flame is “fluttery .” Exhaust may have acrid smell or burner may fail to stay lit.

Flame is too lean.

See page 16 and verify that the gas regulator setting is –0.2" (–0.5cm) wc.

Burner pulsates or surges, especially on ignition.

Exhaust vent is too long.

Reduce length of exhaust vent and/or number of elbows.

Combustion appears normal, but flame does not stay lit.

Flame current is not being sensed.

Check for wet or damaged igniter with low resistance to ground. Replacewith new igniter.

Contact a qualified technician or service agency to replace the gas orifice.

Verify burner flameholder is properly grounded. Replace Ignition Control Module.

Heat Exchanger Troubleshooting SYMPTOM

CAUSE

REMEDY

Boiling in heat exchanger. May be accompanied by “bumping” sounds.

Low water flow to heater.

Service pump and or filter.

Heat exchanger plugged.

Service heat exchanger. Correct water chemistry.

Bypass valve stuck open.

Service bypass valve.

Thermal governor stuck closed.

Replace thermal governor.

Thermal governor failed.

Replace thermal governor.

Sweating.

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Maintenance Instructions CARE AND MAINTENANCE

WARNING Risk of fire or explosion from flammable vapors. Do not store gasoline, cleaning fluids, varnishes, paints, or other volatile flammable liquids near heater or in the same room with heater. The following maintenance is recommended every six months and at the start of every swimming season: 1. Inspect the heater panels and venting system to make sure that there are no obstructions to the flow of ventilating air or burner exhaust. Check that room air intakes are open and clear of obstructions. 2. Keep the area in and around the heater clear and free from combustible materials, gasoline and other flammable vapors and corrosive liquids. 3. Test the operation of the pressure relief valve by lifting the valve lever (if installed). 4. Test for proper operation of the water pressure switch. (See “WATER PRESSURE SWITCH” (page 35) for testing instructions). 5. On enclosed installations with high-temperature Special Gas Vent systems, repeat the “Final Installation Check,” page 28. Check for evidence of joint leakage. Make sure that joints have not slipped partially or completely apart. Check pipe and fittings for cracks or breaks. The combustion air blower is permanently lubricated, and does not require periodic lubrication. The burner does not require maintenance or adjustment by the user. Call a qualified service technician if you suspect that the burner may require maintenance.

PRESSURE RELIEF VALVE (NOT FACTORY INSTALLED) Canadian code requires and some U.S. local codes may require installation of a Pressure Relief Valve (PRV). Purchase separately and install (P/N 460925) a 3/4" pressure relief valve complying with the ANSI/ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code, having a capacity equal to the Btu/hr rating of the heater. The relief pressure of the valve MUST NOT EXCEED 50 PSI. The relief valve must be installed vertically. To install the valve, use a 3/4" x 3-1/2” brass nipple at the manifold and two (2) brass elbows and nipples (supplied), as shown in Figure 34. No valve is allowed to be placed between the manifold adapter and the relief valve. Note: Be sure to use threaded seal tape (PTFE) or equivalent, on all treaded metal pipe connections. To avoid water damage or scalding from operation of the relief valve, install a drain pipe in the outlet of the pressure relief valve that will direct water discharging from the valve to a safe place for disposal. DO NOT install any reducing couplings or valves in the drain pipe. The drain pipe must be installed as shown in Fig. 34 to allow complete drainage from the valve and drain line.

(PRV)

3/4” x 1-3/8” Brass Nipple (22.86 cm x 38.00 cm)

Drill through the NPT Port, then use a 3/4" x 2-1/2 Brass Nipple and Elbow (user supplied) for a PRV Installation.

Figure 34.

Important! The relief valve should be tested at least once a year by lifting the valve lever.

WARNING Explosion hazard. Any heater installed with restrictive devices in the piping system downstream from the heater, (including check valves, isolation valves, flow nozzles, or therapeutic pool valving), must have a relief valve installed as described above.

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AFTER START-UP CHECKING WATER FLOW

WARNING Fire or flooding hazard. If the unit overheats and the burner fails to shut off, follow instructions under “To Turn Off Gas to the Appliance”, page 34, and call a qualified service technician to repair unit. After start-up, the outlet water pipe should feel slightly warmer than the inlet pipe. If it feels hot, or if you hear the water in the heater boiling, there may not be enough water flow to the appliance. Make sure that the filter is not plugged. If water temperature remains high but the unit continues to operate, turn off the appliance and call your service technician.

SPRING AND FALL OPERATION If the pool is only used occasionally, lower the pool thermostat to 68° F (20° C) and leave the heater on. This will keep the pool and the surrounding ground warm enough so that the heater should restore the pool to a comfortable temperature within about one day.

WINTER OPERATION

CAUTION • Operating this heater continuously at water temperatures below 68° F. (20° C) will cause harmful condensation and will damage the heater and void the warranty. • If the heater has been drained for freezing condition, do NOT turn "ON" until the system is circulating water. • Water trapped in the heat exchanger can result in freeze damage to the exchanger or headers. Freeze damage is specifically not covered by the warranty. • When starting the heater for the swimming season with a water temperature below 50° F (10° C), the heater may be used to heat the water; however, make sure that the heater operates continuously until the water temperature reaches the heater’s minimum setting of 68° F (20° C). During cold weather, if there is no danger of freezing, operate the filter pump continuously even if the heater is not operating. If air temperatures are expected to drop below freezing (32° F/0° C), shut down the heater and winterize it.

For outdoor heaters in freezing climates, shut the heater down and drain it for winter as follows: 1. 2. 3.

Turn off electrical supply to the heater and pump. Close main gas control valve and manual gas valve (located outside the heater). Turn switch on heater gas valve to OFF. In northern climates where they may be required, open drain cock located on the bottom of the manifold adapter, and drain the heat exchanger and manifold adapter completely. If heater is below pool water level, be sure to close isolation valves to prevent draining the pool (isolation valves are not required and should not be used on heaters installed above pool water level except when needed for winterizing valves). Assist the draining by blowing out the heat exchanger through the pressure switch fitting with low pressure compressed air (less than 5 PSI or 35 kPa).

WARNING Explosion hazard. Purging the system with compressed air can cause components to explode, with risk of severe injury or death to anyone nearby. Use only a low pressure (below 5 PSI or 35 kPa), high volume blower when air purging the heater, pump, filter, or piping. 4. 5.

Remove the Water Pressure Switch. Plug the port in the manifold to prevent bugs and dirt from getting into the manifold. Drain the plastic inlet/outlet manifold through the outlet pipe. If the pipe does not drain naturally to the pool, install a drain cock in the outlet pipe to drain the manifold.

6.

Cover air inlet grate with a plastic bag to prevent bugs, leaves, etc., from getting into the heater.

NOTICE: Water trapped in the heater can cause freeze damage. Allowing the heater to freeze voids the warranty. To return the heater to service after winterizing: 1. 2.

Close drain cock and fittings. Before starting the heater, circulate water through the heater for several minutes until all air noises stop. See also “BEFORE START-UP” (page 33) and “CARE AND MAINTENANCE” (page 46).

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MAINTAINING POOL TEMPERATURE To maintain pool temperature, make sure that the heater switch and valving are reset to pool settings after using the spa.

ENERGY SAVING TIPS 1. Keep the pool or spa covered when not in use. This will reduce heating costs, reduce water evaporation, conserve chemicals and reduce load on the filtering system. 2. Reduce pool thermostat to 78° F (25° C) or lower; reduce spa temperature to 100° F (38° C). This is accepted as being the most healthy temperature for swimming by the American Red Cross. 3. Use a time clock to start the filter pump at 6 a.m. or later. The swimming pool loses less heat after daybreak. 4. For pools used only on weekends, lower the thermostat setting by 10° F to 15° F (5° C to 8° C) during the week to reduce heat loss. A properly sized heater will restore normal temperature within one day. 5. Turn the heater off when the pool will not be used for an extended period. 6. Follow a regular program of preventive maintenance for the heater each new swimming season. Check operation of the heater and its controls.

CHEMICAL BALANCE POOL AND SPA WATER Your pool heater was designed specifically for your spa or pool and will give you many years of trouble-free service, provided you keep your water chemistry in proper condition. Water chemistry should follow good swimming pool water chemistry practices. When using a chlorinator, install it down stream from the heater and at a lower level than the heater outlet. Install a corrosion resistant positive seal “Check Valve”, (P/N R172288), between the heater and the chlorinator to prevent concentrated chemicals from back-siphoning into the heater. Back-siphoning is most likely to occur when the pump stops, creating a pressure-suction differential. Do NOT sanitize the pool by putting chlorine tablets or sticks into the skimmer(s). When the pump is off, this will cause a high concentration of chlorine to enter the heater, which could cause corrosion damage to the heat exchanger. Three major items that can cause problems with your pool heater are: improper pH, disinfectant residual, and total alkalinity. These items, if not kept properly balanced, can shorten the life of the heater and cause permanent damage.

CAUTION Heat exchanger damage resulting from chemical imbalance is not covered by the warranty.

WHAT A DISINFECTANT DOES Two pool guests you do not want are algae and bacteria. To get rid of them and make pool water sanitary for swimming - as well as to improve the water's taste, odor and clarity - some sort of disinfectant must be used. Chlorine and bromine are universally approved by health authorities and are accepted disinfecting agents for bacteria control.

WHAT IS A DISINFECTANT RESIDUAL? When you add chlorine or bromine to the pool water, a portion of the disinfectant will be consumed in the process of destroying bacteria, algae and other oxidizable materials. The disinfectant remaining is called chlorine residual or bromine residual. You can determine the disinfectant residual of your pool water with a reliable test kit, available from your local pool supply store. You must maintain a disinfectant residual level adequate enough to assure a continuous kill of bacteria or virus introduced into pool water by swimmers, through the air, from dust, rain or other sources. MASTERTEMP® Pool and Spa Heater Installation and User’s Guide

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CHEMICAL BALANCE, (cont’d.) It is wise to test pool water regularly. Never allow chlorine residual to drop below 0.6 ppm (parts per million). The minimum level for effective chlorine or bromine residual is 1.4 ppm. pH - The term pH refers to the acid/alkaline balance of water expressed on a numerical scale from 0 to 14. A test kit for measuring pH balance of your pool water is available from your local pool supply store; see Table 9. Muriatic Acid has a pH of about 0. Pure water is 7 (neutral). Weak Lye solution have a pH of 13-14.

RULE: 7.4 to 7.6 is a desirable pH range. It is essential to maintain correct pH, see Table 9.

If pH becomes too high (over alkaline), it has these effects: 1. 2. 3. 4.

Greatly lowers the ability of chlorine to destroy bacteria and algae. Water becomes cloudy. There is more danger of scale formation on the plaster or in the heat exchanger tubing. Filter elements may become blocked.

If pH is too low (over acid) the following conditions may occur: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Excessive eye burn or skin irritation. Etching of the plaster. Corrosion of metal fixtures in the filtration and recirculation system, which may create brown, blue, green, or sometimes almost black stains on the plaster. Corrosion of copper tubes in the heater, which may cause leaks. If you have a sand and gravel filter, the alum used as a filter aid may dissolve and pass through the filter.

CAUTION: Do not test for pH when the chlorine residual is 3.0 ppm or higher, or bromine residual is 6.0 ppm or higher. See your local pool supply store for help in properly balancing your water chemistry. RULE: Chemicals that are acid lower pH. Chemicals that are alkaline raise pH.

ALKALINITY High or Low: "Total alkalinity" is a measurement of the total amount of alkaline chemicals in the water, and control pH to a great degree. (It is not the same as pH which refers merely to the relative alkalinity/acidity balance.) Your pool water's total alkalinity should be 100 - 140 ppm to permit easier pH control. A total alkalinity test is simple to perform with a reliable test kit. You will need to test about once a week and make proper adjustments until alkalinity is in the proper range. Then, test only once every month or so to be sure it is being maintained. See your local pool dealer for help in properly balancing the water chemistry.

WATER CHEMISTRY PARAMETERS

Table 9.

Disinfectant levels Minimum Ideal Maximum Free Chlorine, ppm 1.0 2.0-4.0 5.0** Combined Chlorine, ppm None None 0.2 Bromine, ppm 2.0 4-6 10.0 Other Sanitizers Levels not established. Consult local health department before use. Chemical Values pH 7.2 7.4-7.6 7.8** Total Alkalinity (Buffering), ppm 60 80-100 180 as CaCO3 Salt ppm 2000 3200 5000** Total Dissolved Solids, ppm N/A N/A 1,500 ppm > TDS at startup* Calcium Hardness, ppm, as CaCO3 150 200-400 500-1,000 Heavy Metals None None None Biological Values Algae None None None Bacteria None None Refer to Local Code *Start-up TDS includes source water TDS and any other inorganic salt added at start-up. NOTE (**): Failure to adhere to the listed water chemistry parameters may result in premature failure of the heat exchanger and will void the heater warranty. Rev. M 1-8-15

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1 For complete Electrical System parts breakdown (Key Nos. 1 through 4), See Page 53

3

For complete Burner System parts breakdown (Key Nos. 5 through 7), See Page 51

2

5

6

7

9

4

8

For complete Water System parts breakdown (Key Nos. 8 through 9), see Page 52

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CLAMP LID TUB DESIGN Lid Nut/Washer (9x)

Combustion Chamber Gasket

For heaters manufactured between 1/12/2009 and 10/31/2013 (clamp lid tub design) Note: Kits also include Clamp Assembly, O-Ring and Silicon Tube (see page 52)

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MASTERTEMP HEATER REPLACEMENT PARTS REPAIR PARTS – BURNER SYSTEM Model Key

Part

No.

Description

175NA

200NA

250NA

300NA

400NA

Qty.

175LP

200LP

250LP

300LP

400LP

1

Combination Gas Control Valve Kit

1

42001-0051S

42001-0051S

42001-0051S

42001-0051S

42001-0051S

2

3/4" Union

2

38404-4097S

38404-4097S

38404-4097S

38404-4097S

38404-4097S

3

Gas Orifice

1

4

Gas Orifice O-Ring

1



Gas Orifice Kit – NG (Incl. Key Nos. 3 and 4)†

460794

77707-0431

460739

460753

77707-0411



Gas Orifice Kit – Propane (Incl. Key Nos. 3 and 4)†

460795

77707-0461

460740

460754

77707-0441



NG to Propane Conversion Kit 460794

77707-1461

460741

460755

77707-1441

460795

77707-1431

460742

460756

77707-1411

(Incl. Key Nos. 3 and 4)† •

Propane to NG Conversion Kit (Incl. Key Nos. 3 and 4)†

5

Air Blower Kit Natural Gas Units

1

77707-0251

77707-0251

460743

460757

77707-0253

Propane Units

1

77707-0254

77707-0254

460744

460758

77707-0256

460798

77707-0111

460745

460759

77707-0113



Air Orifice Kit (Includes Key Nos. 6 and 7)

1

6

Air Orifice

1

7

Air Orifice Grill

1

42001-0114S

42001-0114S

42001-0114S

42001-0114S

42001-0114S



Blower/Adapter Plate Gasket Kit 1

77707-0011

77707-0011

77707-0011

77707-0011

77707-0011

77707-0202

77707-0202

460746

77707-0203

77707-0204

(Includes Key Nos. 8, 9, 10, 12) •

Flameholder Kit (Includes Key Nos. 10, 11, 12, 13 and on 300 & 400 models only - Flameholder Insert)

1

8

Blower/Adapter Plate Gasket

1

9

Blower Adapter Plate

1

10

Flameholder/Adapter Plate Gasket

1

11

Flameholder Assembly

1

12

Flameholder/Combustion Chamber Gasket*

1

13

Flameholder Insulation Cap

1



Flameholder Insert

1

14

Condensate Evaporator Plate

1

15

One Piece Metal Chamber/Combustion Chamber Assembly

1



Insulation Kit (Includes Key No. 13,14,16,17,18,19)

16

Bottom Outer Insulation Blanket*

17

1" Bottom Inner Insulation

18

1" Top Insulation

19

Top Outer Insulation Blanket*



Lower Enclosure Insulation

20

One Piece Metal Elbow/Combustion Chamber Cover Assembly

• 21

1 1

474095 474095 474095 474095 474095 474957 474957474957 474957 474957 42001-0200S42001-0200S42001-0200S42001-0200S42001-0200S 77707-0008 77707-0008 77707-0008 77707-0008 77707-0008

1 1 1 1 1

Combustion Chamber O-Ring Kit

1

Metal Vent Cover

1

Cover Assembly

42001-0074S

42001-0074S

42001-0074S

42001-0074S

42001-0074S

474094 474094 474094 474094 474094 474958 474958 474958 474958 474958 42001-0214S42001-0214S42001-0214S 42001-0214S42001-0214S 474201 474201 474201 474201 474201 474952 474952 474952 474952 474952 42002-0005S 42002-0005S 42002-0005S 42002-0005S 42002-0005S 42001-0214S

42001-0214S

42001-0214S

42001-0214S

Heater Top

1 1

42001-0214S

22

42002-0034Z

42002-0034Z

42002-0034Z

42002-0034Z

42002-0034Z

23

Side Panel {Service Panel}

1

42002-0039

42002-0039

42002-0039

42002-0039

42002-0039

24

Side Panel {Manifold}

1

42002-0033

42002-0033

42002-0033

42002-0033

42002-0033

25

Heater Bottom

1

42002-0031

42002-0031

42002-0031

42002-0031

42002-0031

26

Side Panel {Flue Stack}

1

42002-0032

42002-0032

42002-0032

42002-0032

42002-0032

27

J-Box Cover

1

42002-0041

42002-0041

42002-0041

42002-0041

42002-0041

28 •

Screw Kit, Panel Combustion Air Intake Duct Connection Kit

1 1

474292 461031

474292 461031

474292 461031

474292 461031

474292 461031

* †

Not available separately. Not included with heater. Order separately .



For heaters manufactured between 1/12/2009 and 10/31/2013 (clamp lid tub design) Note: Kits also include Clamp Assembly, O-Ring and Silicon Tube. For heater manufactured AFTER 10/31/2013 (New 9-bolt lid tub design) For heater manufactured BEFORE 1/12/2009

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2

5 7 6

8 9 10

11 12 13

14 15 16

17

18

22

19

21 20 REPAIR PARTS – WATER SYSTEM Model Key

Part

No.

Description

1

1

1

175NA - 200NA

250NA

300NA

400NA

Qty.

175LP - 200LP

250LP

300LP

400LP

Tube Sheet Coil Assembly Kit (NA, LP Series) (Includes Key No.3)

1

Tube Sheet Coil Assembly Kit (NA - HD Series) (Includes Key No.3)

77707-0232 474058

460747 474059

77707-0233 474060

77707-0234 474061

1

– –

473710 474063

– –

77707-0244 474065

460941 474097 474955

– – –

460940 474096 474956

474349, 474954



474350, 474953

Tube Sheet Coil / Combustion Chamber Kit (ASME SERIES) Bronze Header - Key Nos. 3-12, 15, 20-22, 1

1

Tube Sheet Coil / Combustion Chamber Kit (HD ASME SERIES)

2

Manifold Kit (Includes Key Nos. 3-14, 21, & Key Nos. 5-7 in “Electrical System”, Page 53

• 3 4 5 • 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14

Basic Manifold Kit (includes Key No. 3,5,10-14) Coil/Tubesheet Sealing O-Ring Kit Manifold Bottom Plate Manifold O-Ring O-Ring Kit (Incl. Key Nos. 3, 5) Manifold Insert* Manifold Baffle Plate Manifold Bypass Valve Water Pressure Switch Manifold 5/16" Washer, S.S. 5/16x18x2-3/4" Hex Cap screw Connector Tube O-Ring Connector Tube Kit (Includes 1 Connector Tube and 1 O-Ring) Thermal Regulator Kit (Incl. Key No. 16, 17, 18, 19 and Spring Clip) Thermal Regulator (Includes Spring Clip) Thermal Regulator Spring Thermal Regulator Cap O-Ring Thermal Regulator Spring Clip Thermal Regulator Cap Drain Plug 3/4" Pipe Plug Pressure Relief Valve (Recommended (Purchase Separately)

15 16 17 18 • 19 20 21 22

*   

– 472732Z –

1

77707-0014

460748

77707-0015

77707-0016

()

474200 77707-0117(6)

474200 460749(8)

474200 77707-0118(10)

474200 77707-0119(12)

77707-0120

77707-0120

77707-0120

77707-0120

77707-0001 42001-0060S

77707-0001 42001-0060S

77707-0001 42001-0060S

77707-0001 42001-0060S

U9-226

U9-226

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 10 10 2

U9-226

U9-226

2

77707-0017

77707-0017

77707-0017

77707-0017

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

77707-0010 38000-0007S

77707-0010 38000-0007S

77707-0010 38000-0007S

77707-0010 38000-0007S

35505-1313

35505-1313

35505-1313

35505-1313

U178-920P U78-60ZPS

U178-920P U78-60ZPS

U178-920P U78-60ZPS

U178-920P U78-60ZPS

1

38674-0719

38674-0719

38674-0719

38674-0719

Not available separately. • Not illustrated. For heaters manufactured between 1/12/2009 and 10/31/2013 (clamp lid tub design) - Note: Kits also include Clamp Assembly, O-Ring and Silicon Tube. For ASME heater manufactured AFTER 10/31/2013 (New 9-bolt lid tub design) For heater manufactured BEFORE 1/12/2009

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3 16 13

4

10 11 12

5

8 9

7

6

REPAIR PARTS – ELECTRICAL SYSTEM Model Key No.

Part Description

Qty.

175NA - 200NA 175LP - 200LP

250NA 250LP

300NA 300LP

400NA 400LP

1

Heater Display Cover

1

42002-0035

42002-0035

42002-0035

42002-0035

2

Igniter Bracket

1

42001-0030S

42001-0030S

42001-0030S

42001-0030S

3

Igniter/Igniter Gasket Kit Incl. Key Nos. 3 and 4)

1

77707-0054

77707-0054

77707-0054

77707-0054

4

Igniter Gasket

1

42001-0066S

42001-0066S

42001-0066S

42001-0066S

5

Automatic Gas Shutoff Switch (AGS)

1

42002-0025S

42002-0025S

42002-0025S

42002-0025S

6

High Limit Switch

1

42001-0063S

42001-0063S

42001-0063S

42001-0063S

7

Thermistor

1

42001-0053S

42001-0053S

42001-0053S

42001-0053S

8

Terminal Board

1

42001-0056S

42001-0056S

42001-0056S

42001-0056S

9

Fireman’s Switch Fuse (1.25A, 1-1/4")

1

32850-0099

32850-0099

32850-0099

32850-0099

10

Ignition Control Module

1

42001-0052S

42001-0052S

42001-0052S

42001-0052S

11

Transformer, 120/240V

1

42001-0107S

42001-0107S

42001-0107S

42001-0107S

12

Air Flow Switch

1

42001-0061S

42001-0061S

42001-0061S

42001-0061S

13

Control Board Kit (NA, LP Series)

1

42002-0007S

42002-0007S

42002-0007S

42002-0007S



Heater Wiring Harness - 120/240V

1

42001-0104S

42001-0104S

42001-0104S

42001-0104S

120/240 Volt Plug Kit

1

42001-0105S

42001-0105S

42001-0105S

42001-0105S

14

Heater, Top

1

42002-0034Z

42002-0034Z

42002-0034Z

42002-0034Z

15

Membrane Pad (NA, LP Series)

1

472610Z

472610Z

472610Z

16

Stack Flue Sensor

1

42002-0024S

42002-0024S

42002-0024S





Not available separately.

*

Kit parts not available separately.

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