Any insulation on the ground wire should be stripped back about ¾ inch. The ground lead must be
connected to the pillar terminal marked "GR."
Make sure the terminal block screws are tightened securely. Loose connections can cause wires to
Make sure that the ground wire is wrapped around its terminal stud and into the saddle washer. The
nut should be tightened securely.
Attach the front cover and tighten the retaining screws.
4 way term. block (for AE115)
6 way term. block (for AE 125)
Front cover (white)
PCB enclosure (lid)
PCB enclosure (base)
Control PCB (for AE115)
Control PCB (for AE125)
¾" Inlet filter
Starting up the PowerStar
Checking for leaks
Let the water run through the unit for a few seconds. Check that no pipe joints leak.
Adjusting the temperature dial
The temperature adjustment is made using the dial on the bottom edge of the unit. The adjustment
is between approximately 95°F and 135°F. Turning the dial clockwise increases the temperature
setting as indicated by the marking on the unit.
Adjusting the flow
Open fully both inlet and outlet shut-off valves at the heater, then :
Turn on fully the highest flowing hot water faucet (e.g., bathtub) clos est to the outlet connection.
Adjust the outlet shut-off valve until the water flow rate from the hot faucet corresponds to the value
given in Graph 1 on Page 8.
(Refer to Diagram 1, Page 3)
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