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Replacing the gas valve
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18 | Replacing The Gas Valve
Installing gas valve
1. Replace both the grey fi ber washer on the left side of the gas
valve and the rubber gasket on the top of the gas valve.
2. Hold replacement gas valve in place and reinstall the three allen
screws into the top of the gas valve. (Fig. 3, pos. 4).
3. Reinstall 30mm hex nut on the left side of gas valve.
(Fig. 3, pos. 3)
4. Open manual gas shutoff valve and check for leaks at all connec-
tions.
5. Reinstall silicone pressure balance tube to right side of gas
valve. (Fig. 3, pos. 2).
6. Reconnect wire connection to gas valve. (Fig. 3, pos. 1).
Calibrating gas valve
1. Reinstall combustion cover. (Fig. 1, step 2).
2. Return control unit to normal position and secure with 3 Phillips
head screws. (Fig. 2)
3. Plug in water heater & push power button to the "ON" position.
4. Open a hot water tap. If heater fi res, adjust CO₂ using Technical
Service Bulletin: Measuring and adjusting CO₂.
5. If the heater does not fire, allow the unit to display the EA error
code and shut off hot water tap. The fan will continue to run to
purge the heater of gasses. Continue to the next section for a
rough gas valve adjustment.
Rough gas valve adjustment
Note: Do not forcefully tighten adjustment screws past bottom out
point. Stop bottoming out screw when resistance is felt.
Failure to do so will damage the gas valve.
Data subject to change without notice | Printed in the USA | BTC 740002320 B | 06.2011
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1. Locate adjustment screw on gas valve. Loosen Phillips head
screw so retaining cover can be rotated to expose brass slotted
screw. (Fig. 4, pos. 1 & 2).
2. Turn brass slotted screw clockwise gently until it bottoms out
and/or screw resistance increases. (Fig. 4, pos. 3).
3. Once the slotted screw is bottomed out, make the following
adjustment to the slotted screw depending on your model and
gas type. (Fig. 4, pos. 3)
For models 830ES, 940ES, 940ESO, C950ES:
Natural Gas: 2.5 turns counter-clockwise on brass slotted screw
Liquid Propane: .75 turns counter-clockwise on brass slotted screw
For model C1050ES:
Natural Gas: 3 turns counter-clockwise on brass slotted screw
Liquid Propane: 1 turn counter-clockwise on brass slotted screw
For models C1210ES/C1210ESC:
Natural Gas: 2.5 turns counter-clockwise on brass slotted screw
Liquid Propane: Leave brass slotted screw bottomed out
4. Open a hot water tap. If heater fi res, adjust CO₂ using Technical
Service Bulletin: Measuring and adjusting CO₂. If heater still
does not fi re, contact Bosch Thermotechnology Corp.
5. Reinstall brass slotted screw cover and secure with Phillips
screw. (Fig. 4, pos. 1 & 2).
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FAILURE TO PROPERLY CALIBRATE THE
HEATER'S CO₂ LEVEL MAY RESULT IN A
HAZARDOUS CONDITION CAUSING
SEVERE PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
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Bosch Thermotechnology Corp.
50 Wentworth Avenue
Londonderry, NH 03053
Tel: 1-800-283-3787
Fax: 1-603-584-1687
www.bosch-climate.us
Bosch Thermotechnology Corp.
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