I n s t a l l a t i o n & S e r v i c i n g
High efficiency condensing gas boiler
Pictured: E75CN, E110CN
E75CP, E110CP
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 store or use gasoline or other flammable vapors and
Toll-free: 1-800-621-9419 • Fax: 678-829-1666 • www.rinnai.us
Read this manual thoroughly before installing, servicing, putting
into operation or using this boiler and vent system.
maintenance can cause property damage, personal injury or
loss of life. Refer to this manual. For assistance or additional
information consult a qualified installer or the gas supplier.
The user manual is part of the documentation that is delivered
to the installation's operator. Go through the information in this
manual with the owner/operator and make sure that he or she is
familair with all necessary operating instructions.
Installation and service must be performed by a qualified
installer, service technician or the gas supplier.
In the Commonwealth of Massachusetts this boiler must be
installed by a licensed Plumber or Gas Fitter.
liquids in the vicinity of this or any other appliance.
- 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.
Address: 103 International Drive, Peachtree City, GA, 30269
These instructions to be retained by user.

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  • Page 1

    - 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. Address: 103 International Drive, Peachtree City, GA, 30269 Toll-free: 1-800-621-9419 • Fax: 678-829-1666 • www.rinnai.us Instructions E75CN/E110CN E75CP/E110CP...

  • Page 2

    Contents of instructions These installation instructions contain important information for the safe installation, start-up and maintanance of boilers with capacities 75,000 through 110,000 BTU/hr. These installation instructions are intended for professional installers, who have the necessary knowledge and are approved for working on heating and gas systems. Subject to technical changes Changes may be made without notice to the illustrations, process steps and technical data as a result of our policy of continuous improvement.

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    6.1.3 6.4.1. 6.4.2 6.7.1 6.7.2 6.7.3 6.7.4 6.7.5 6.7.6 6.7.7 6.7.8 Electrical connections Boiler controls Starting up: Filling and de-aerating the boiler and installation 10 Adjustments 10.1 10.2 Isolating the boiler 12 Commissioning 12.1 12.2 12.3 12.4 12.5 12.6 12.7 13 Maintenance 13.1...

  • Page 4: Safety And General Instructions, Designated Use, Hazard Definitions, Symbol Definitions

    1.3 Symbol definitions Please observe these instructions in the interest of your own safety. The boiler is designed for heating water for a central heating system and generating domestic hot water. The boiler is delivered with a burner controller (MCBA) pre-installed.

  • Page 5: The Following Instructions Must Be Followed

    The boiler must be located in an area where leakage of the boiler or connections will not result in damage to the area adjacent to the boiler or to lower floors of the structure. When such locations cannot be avoided, it is recommended that a suitable drain pan be installed under the boiler.

  • Page 6: Follow These Instructions For The Space Heating Water, Tools, Materials And Additional Equipment

    – Never use water that has been treated by salt bedding exchangers, reverse osmosis, D.I., or distilled water to soften the water to fill the heating system. – Do not use inhibitors or other additives unless approved by Rinnai for that purpose! –...

  • Page 7: Regulations And Guidelines

    Standard for Controls and Safety Devices for Automatically Fired Boilers, ANSI/ ASME CSD-1. Install CO detectors per local regulations. Boiler requires an inspection every 2 years and maintenance every 4 years or 4000 hours. See maintenance section chapter 14.

  • Page 8: Description Of The Boiler

    A copy of the installation instructions shall remain with the appliance and/or equipment at the completion of the installation. The Rinnai E boiler is a room sealed, condensing and modulating central heating boiler, with an integrated DHW fascility.

  • Page 9: Packaging And Transportation, Scope Of Delivery, Transportation

    Only transport the boiler using appropriate transportation equipment, such as a handtruck with a fastening belt or special equipment for maneuvering steps. When shipping the boiler must be secured on the transportation equipment to prevent it from falling off. Protect all parts against impacts if they are to be transported.

  • Page 10: Installation, Requirements For The Installation Room

    (e.g. in spraycans, solvents and detergents, paints, adhesives) in proximity of the boiler. The boiler must be installed in such a way that it is protected from water (dripping, spraying, rain, etc.) during boiler operation and service (circulator replacement, condensate trap, control replacement, etc.) This boiler is for intended for indoor installations only.

  • Page 11: Fitting The Boiler

    4 quick releases before the boiler is started up. Turn the boiler to its side and remove the wall bracket from the back of the NOTICE boiler by removing the 2 screws.

  • Page 12: Dimensions

    Back / Center of pipe c, k and w* Back / Center of pipe f, g and r* Pipe length vent co-axial Pipe length vent parallel dimensions 0.4" Boiler type E75CN E75CP inches / mm 25.6" / 650 19.7" / 500 15.6"...

  • Page 13

    Connection for combustion air supply and vent system f w g k r c boiler connections / mounting points Vent system / Combustion air supply Gas pipe - g Supply pipe - f Return pipe - r Condensate pipe - c...

  • Page 14: Plumbing Kits

    Plumbing Kit 1 Suitable for: E75CN / E75CP E110CN / E110CP plumbing kit 1 Rinnai supplies with each type of boiler a Plumbing kit. Find below the dimensions. See chapter 6.1 for additional information. (REF. 5.12) (REF. 16.07) 200mm 7.87 1 1/4”...

  • Page 15: Clearances From Boiler

    5.3.2 Clearances from boiler ceiling Min. 10" / 250mm 15.7" service clearances to the boiler Minimum required clearances to combustibles All types inch / mm Top of boiler 2" / 50 Back of boiler 0" Front of boiler 6" / 150 Left side of boiler 2"...

  • Page 16: Technical Specifications

    5.4 Technical specifications Boiler type Input Hs CH Propane orifice diameter Display indication at start-up Output non-condensing CH Output EN677 efficiency CH Output AFUE CH Efficiency at 98.6/86°F (36/30°C) part load, Hs, EN677 CH AFUE according IBR (at full load) Electr.

  • Page 17: Connecting The Boiler, Central Heating System

    See further chapter 6.6; The vent system and air supply system. It consists of a concentric connection 3"/5" (80/125 mm). The boiler can be converted to a twin pipe connection that will accept 80mm flue and intake air or with the use of the included adapters 3”...

  • Page 18: Plumbing Kit Installation, Safety Valve

    Plumbing Kit installation Rinnai supplies specific Plumbing Kits with each boiler type, which must be fitted directly underneath the boiler on the supply and return pipe. Use of the Rinnai boiler without the plumbing kit will result in the void of warranty.

  • Page 19

    120V, 2 Amp. If a pump with a larger current draw is required an isolation relay must be used. See the Rinnai Boiler Applications Manual for further information. The extra external pump must be selected according the installation resistance and required flow.

  • Page 20: Low Water Cut Off

    An ASME 30 psi pressure relief valve is installed on the plumbing kit included with the boiler. The Rinnai E boiler has a factory installed pressure switch type Low Water Cut Off (LWCO). Check your local codes to see if a Low Water Cut Off is required (LWCO) and if this device conforms to local code.

  • Page 21: Gas Supply Connection

    If these instructions are not followed exactly, a fire or explosion may result causing property damage, personal injury or death. Rinnai wall mounted boilers are built to run on Natural Gas or Propane Gas. The gas type the boiler is suitable for is indicated on the packaging and on...

  • Page 22: Gas Connection With Natural Gas

    The nominal inlet gas pressure measured at the boiler should be 7" W.C. (18 mbar) for Natural gas (Gas A). Maximum pressure with no flow (lockup) or with the boiler running is 10.5 inches W.C.

  • Page 23: Gas Connection With Propane Gas

    Use a gas shut off valve compatible with propane gases. A sediment trap must be provide upstream of the gas controls. The boiler pipe is equiped with external 3/4" M-NPT thread, onto which the tail piece of the gas shut off valve can be screwed. Use appropriate sealing.

  • Page 24: Hot Water Supply, Condensate Drain Pipe

    For Canada, use CSA or ULC certified PVC or CPVC pipe, fittings and cement. Periodic cleaning of the condensate disposal system must be carried out. See the Rinnai Boiler Application Manual for further information and for a piping diagram for the condensate.

  • Page 25: Vent System And Air Supply System, Intake / Exhaust Guidelines

    If it becomes necessary to access an enclosed vent system for service or NOTICE repairs, Rinnai is not responsible for any costs or difficulties in accessing the vent system. Warranty does not cover obtaining access to an enclosed vent system.

  • Page 26: Examples Vent And Air Supply Systems

    6.7.2a Examples vent and air supply systems (concentric) Wall thickness for vent termination installation: Minimum: Maximum: Short termination with wall terminal Short termination with roof terminal 100mm / 4” 508mm / 20” Termination with wall terminal on higher level figure 9A Termination with roof terminal and bends figure 10A Examples wall terminals...

  • Page 27

    6.7.2 b Examples vent and air supply systems (parallel) Wall thickness for vent termination installation: Minimum: Maximum: Horizontal with concentric termination Vertical vent and horizontal air intake figure 11C 100mm / 4” 508mm / 20” figure 11A Horizontal with parallel termination WHICHEVER IS Vertical with concentric termination figure 11D...

  • Page 28: Installation Of The Vent System

    Room Air System (outdoor combustion air) The boiler can use room air for combustion. If this option is selected the boiler must first be converted to the Parallel system. A single exhaust pipe can then be fitted. It is required to use a room air filter when using indoor air for combustion.

  • Page 29: Recommended Vent/air Intake Terminal Position

    6.7.4 Recommended vent/air intake terminal position Terminals should be positioned as to avoid products of combustion entering openings into buildings or other vents. Maintain 12” of clearance above the highest anticipated snow level or grade or, whichever is greater. Please refer to your local codes for the snow level in your area.

  • Page 30

    (for room air application only) Horizontal vent systems should always be installed sloping towards the boiler (min. 21 mm/m, 1/4 “/ feet), in order to avoid condensate retaining in the vent system. With the condensate running back to the boiler the risk of ice forming at the terminal is reduced.

  • Page 31: Dimensioning Of The Exhaust And Air Intake Duct

    Failure to provide a properly installed vent and air system may cause severe NOTICE personal injury or death. Use only the material listed in Rinnai's vent documentation for vent pipe, and WARNING fittings. Failure to comply could result in severe personal injury, death or substantial property damage.

  • Page 32: Combustion Air And Vent Piping Lengths

    Vent Concentric system Length concentric Number of tube, boiler to roof elbows 90° horizontal In the table below you find the maximum equivalent pipe length of the vent/air system based on 3" diameter. These lengths are for single pipe (room air), twin pipe, and concentric venting systems.

  • Page 33: Calculation Of Compensation Factor

    Engineering group. This is to ensure the product is installed and the overall system is designed properly and that the units are commisioned properly. Not involving of Rinnai's Engineering group would result in no support of the product and no warranty.

  • Page 34

    Unconfined Space 91,300 BTU Boiler Unconfined space When using indoor air, Rinnai strongly recommends the use of an indoor air filter, P/N 808000025. This boiler requires adequate combustion air for ventilation and dilution of flue gases. Failure to provide adequate combustion air can result in unit failure, fire, explosion, serious bodily injury or death.

  • Page 35

    Combustion air provided to the appliance should not be taken from any area of the structure that may produce a negative pressure (i.e. exhaust fans, powered ventila- tion fans). Gas Vent / Boiler Exhaust OUTLET AIR DUCT BOILER INLET AIR DUCT Louvers and grills 12in.

  • Page 36

    Combus- tion air to the appliance can be provided from a well ventilated attic or crawl space. Gas Vent / Boiler Exhaust OUTLET AIR DUCT BOILER INLET AIR DUCT...

  • Page 37: Electrical Connections

    Install a 120V main switch next to the boiler as service main switch of the boiler. Lead the cable through the back part of the boiler using a strain relief and lead the cable through the cable supports to the Control Tower.

  • Page 40: Boiler Controls

    This water temperature is called the T-set value. On a call for central heating the boiler ignites first at low input. The input is then changed slowly to match the load required. The boiler operates in this way to avoid excessive water noises and temperature overshoot.

  • Page 41: Explanation Of The Function Buttons

    8.1 Explanation of the function buttons Only qualified personel who are trained for servicing these boilers are permitted to make alterations in the controller to calibrate the boiler to the installation. NOTICE 1. Display. See previous page for further information.

  • Page 42: Starting Up: Filling And De-aerating The Boiler And Installation, Requirements Of The Water System

    Observe the following rules of safety: All work on the unit must take place in a dry environment. Rinnai units may never be in operation without their housing, except in connection with maintenance or adjustments (see Chapter 12 and 13).

  • Page 43: Filling The Heating System

    The system should be tested at least once a year and as recommended by the producer of the glycol solution. Use only Rinnai approved inhibitors. See the Rinnai Boiler Applications Manual NOTICE for an approved list of inhibitors.

  • Page 44

    Especially in the first week noises may be heard which indicate the presence of air. The automatic air vent in the boiler will remove this air, which means the water pressure can reduce during this period and therefore topping off with water will have to be done.

  • Page 45

    FOR YOUR SAFETY READ BEFORE OPERATING WARNING: If you do not follow these instructions exactly, a fire or explosion may result causing property damage, personal injury or loss of life. A. This appliance does not have a pilot. It is equipped with an ignition device which automatically lights the burner.

  • Page 46: Adjustments, Altering Adjustments

    Press once or more on the MODE-button until StBY or Good is shown: NOTICE When the boiler is installed it is ready for use. All adjustments of the boiler control are already pre-programmed for a heating system with radiators/convectors with a supply temperature of 185°F.

  • Page 47

    Parameter Mode DESCRIPTION PARA FACTORY 186°F maximum supply temperature CH type of CH installation: radiators with large surface areas or underfloor heating as additional heating: T max. supply 158°F K factor heating curve 1.8; gradient 10°F/min; gear differential 10°F under floor heating with radiators as additional heating: T max.

  • Page 48: Outdoor Reset

    Rinnai RS100 thermostat and will be taken care of by the RS100 itself and do not have to be adjusted. For further information regarding to the RS100 thermostat refer to the Rinnai RS100 installation manual.

  • Page 49: Activating Factory Settings (green Button Function), Isolating The Boiler

    24 hours in order to prevent these parts from seizing up. In the event of frost danger during an isolated boiler it is advisable to drain CAUTION the boiler and/or the installation.

  • Page 50: Commissioning

    Always check the installation of all parts through which gas flows (by bubble test using leak-search spray) During the commissioning of the boiler the Rinnai Installation, Commissioning, and Service card must be filled out. Removing casing...

  • Page 51: Testing For Gas Leaks, Testing The Ignition Safety Shut Off Device

    12.1 Testing for gas leaks Prior to start-up of the boiler you must check the external tightness of the gas supply valve and confirm this in the start-up report. Cover endangered positions before leak testing. WARNING Do not spray the leak testing agent onto cables, plugs, electrical connec- tion lines or electronic circuit boards.

  • Page 52: Checking For Contamination

    18 NOTICE In order to be able to check the boiler for contamination in the following running years it is advisable to measure the maximum air displacement in the boiler when putting the boiler into operation. This value can be different with each type of boiler.

  • Page 53: Checking Of The Zero Pressure Control

    12.4 Checking of the zero pressure control The zero pressure control is set at the factory. To measure this value you need NOTICE a difference pressure gauge with a range of +0,2 to -0,8 mbar (+0.08 to -0.001” W.C.). Follow the next procedure: Connect the hose of the digital pressure gauge to the upper measuring nipple of the gas valve Check point contamination...

  • Page 54: Checking The O

    Remove the black cover of the gas valve by unscrewing the sealed screw. Put the boiler into operation and take care that it can deliver its heat; Tip: If there is no demand for heat on CH, turn the hot water tap completely open and measure the O Press the MODE-button for 5 seconds.

  • Page 55: Measuring The Ionization Current, Installing The Casing

    Press the 12.7 Installing the casing Install the cover on the boiler and clos all 4 quick releases of the casing Tighten the 4 screws A,B,C and D in the quick releases (figure 24); Tighten the screw E behind the door on the front of the casing (figure 24);...

  • Page 56: Maintenance, Inspection

    When doing this the circumstances of the boiler’s location must be taken into account. From this one can determine whether to deviate from this advice. Please contact Rinnai for further guidance on the frequency and service requirements. Contact details can be found on the back page of this manual.

  • Page 57: Measuring The Inlet Gas Pressure

    14.2.1 Visual inspection for general signs of corrosion Check all gas and water pipes for signs of corrosion. Replace any pipes that are corroded. 14.2.2 Measuring the ionization current See subsection 12.6 “Measuring the ionization current". 14.2.3 Measuring the inlet gas pressure See subsection 6.4.1 and .2 “Gas connection with natural gas"...

  • Page 58: Maintenance Activities

    Make sure that during refitting the clamping rods they are put in the right position. They should be turned vertical. If the boiler should activated with clamping rods in the wrong position it will cause serious property damage, personal injury or loss of life.

  • Page 59

    WARNING the boiler can be damaged and will cause serious property damage, personal injury or loss of life. Use of non-Rinnai parts will result in the void of warranty. first remove the screw (7); pull the condensation cup (8) downwards, out of the condensate tray (14) Check this for impurities.

  • Page 60: Warranty

    Further checks: Inspect the pressure relief valve Clean the water filter in the return pipe Check the pH of the water or glycol/water mixture. Verify proper operation after servicing. For warranty conditions refer to the warranty card supplied with the boiler.

  • Page 61: Parts Of The Boiler

    Parts of the boiler Rinnai E-Series 1 heat exchanger 2 ignition unit 3 fan unit 4 air inlet damper 5 gas valve 6 automatic de-aerator 7 ceramic burner cassette 8 plate heat exchanger DHW T1 supply sensor T2 return sensor...

  • Page 62: Blocks And Errors

    Blocks and Errors Error indication (short reference) Blocks with a number in the last 2 positions. Block 01: External safety contact cut off Block 11: Maximum T of flow and return sensor in central heating has repeatedly been exceeded. Du- ring the block normal operation of the hot water supply is possible.

  • Page 63

    An error, which has been detected, is indicated on the display by a block message. Blocks can be temporary in nature. The controller will do everything possible to prevent a system lock and temporarily switching off the boiler as a result of a block. Please see below for a summary of blocks.

  • Page 64

    (3-Way-Thermostatic valve, Plumbing Kit installed?) possible causes: (radiator) shut-off valves closed or blocked water filter activeted room sensor (RS101) in non leading room (closed thermostatic radiator valves?) check pump height.

  • Page 65

    "green key function" is executed: Make sure that the text on the display. Continue to press the Store key until factory settings are now copied and the boiler will come into operation normally. DHW fascility to high can be seen...

  • Page 66

    15.1.5 Block 67 a temperature difference has been detected between the supply and return sensor whilst the burner is not in operation. After the average T has disappeared, the block will disappear. check the sensors NTC 1 and NTC 2 check the supply and return sensor for the resistance value and replace the defective sensor...

  • Page 67

    De-aeration cycle is started. When water flow is detected during this cycle, the de-aeration cycle is terminated and the burner is released. check the boiler pump check the installation for the presence of air; If there is a secondary pomp installed and it is not hydraulicly seperated could cause pressure differences.

  • Page 68

    Below is a summary of the Errors. with one figure on the last 2 characters. Error boiler has not been burning but an ionisation flow (flame) has still been detected...

  • Page 69

    24 Volt short-circuit as a result of a 24 Volt short-circuit inside or outside the boiler the fuse F2 will have blown. This fuse is placed in the control unit and can be seen after the black covering cap is removed.

  • Page 70

    15.2.3 Error 02 no temperature difference between supply (3) and return (4) boiler has not been able to ignite any gas or has not received any check whether: - the gas valve is open; - there is power to the gas valve;...

  • Page 71

    After the voltage has once again returned, if the error causing the interference is no longer present, this mes- sage is given.

  • Page 72

    15.2.6 Error 05 control unit error check the ribbon cable between the control unit and the display incorrect data will be detected in case of a poor connection between the control unit and the display. If necessary, replace the ribbon cable between these two components.

  • Page 73

    15.2.7 Error 07 control unit error software error control unit check the gas valve replace the control unit. The controller will automatically load the program into the new control unit.

  • Page 74

    15.2.8 Error 11 control unit error check the interface and the ribbon cable between the control unit and the display incorrect data will be detected in case of a poor connection between the control unit and the display or if the interface is incorrectly positioned.

  • Page 75

    F2 due to the 24 volt short-circuit inside or outside the boiler, fuse F2 has blown. This fuse is positioned in the control unit and can be seen when the black covering lid has been removed.

  • Page 76

    15.2.10 Error 13 control unit error software error control unit replace the control unit. The controller will automatically load the program into the new control unit.

  • Page 77

    3,400 2,300 1,700 1,300 Resistance table NTC-Sensors flow sensor ground connection check the data in Error mode boiler data during error 1 error 2 operational status 3 flow temp. 4 return temp. 5 kW burner 6 % pump 1 = 14...

  • Page 78

    Signal maximum flow water temperature exceeded (T check actual flow temperature suddenly increase caused by completely hydraulic shut off of the boiler (filter, pump, thermostat valve, service valve) check flow sensor NTC1 measure the resistance value (see table) exchange defective part if necessary.

  • Page 79

    15.2.13 Error 19 Temp NTC 12K °F (12k /77°F) supply sensor T1 return sensor T2 DHW sensor T3 outside sensor T4 flue gas sensor T5 98,000 -0.4 90,000 82,000 74,000 10.4 66,000 58,000 17.6 53,500 21.2 49,000 24.8 45,000 28.4 40,500 36,000 35.6...

  • Page 80

    15.2.14 Error 28 no signal from the fan the fan is not spinning check fuse F3, this fuse is positioned in the control unit and can be seen once the black covering lid has been removed fuse is working and the error is repeated check the wiring to the fan and the control unit and/or the 24 volt power supply to the fan...

  • Page 81

    15.2.15 Error 31 internal shut down of supply sensor T1 check the data in Error mode boiler data during error 1 error 2 operational status 3 supply temp. 4 return temp. 5 kW burner 6 % pump 1 = 31...

  • Page 82

    15.2.16 Error 32 shut down of return sensor T2 check the data in Error mode boiler data during error 1 error 2 operational status 3 supply temp. 4 return temp. 5 kW burner 6 % pump 1 = 32 2 = 00...

  • Page 83

    15.2.17 Error 36 contact for supply sensor T1 open check the data in Error mode boiler data during error 1 error 2 operational status 3 supply temp. 4 return temp. 5 kW burner 6 % pump 1 = 36 2 = 00...

  • Page 84

    15.2.18 Error 37 contact for return sensor T2 open check the data in Error mode boiler data during error 1 error 2 operational status 3 supply temp. 4 return temp. 5 kW burner 6 % pump 1 = 37 2 = 00...

  • Page 85

    15.2.19 Error 41 15.2.20 Error 42 control unit error software error control unit replace the control unit. The controller will automatically load the program into the new control unit. control unit error software error control unit replace the control unit. The controller will automatically load the program into the new control unit.

  • Page 86: Other Errors

    Other errors 16.1 Central heating but no hot water central heating but no domestic hot water -Key of the hot water program is not switched on switch on DHW program on the Control Tower DHW sensor of flowswitch defective replace DHW sensor or flowswitch when using RS101 - check timer times for DHW program, if necessary reset...

  • Page 87: Central Heating

    16.2 Hot water but no central heating heating program is not room thermostat (on/ off) is not giving any signal to the boiler RS100 with outdoor (Room sensor-On) is not circulating to central heating hot water but no central heating...

  • Page 88

    16.3 Central heating installation gets hot without being requested central heating installation gets hot without being requested -Key pump program is on switch off dirt in three-port valve or three-port valve cartridge is getting jammed clean or replace...

  • Page 89

    16.4 Insufficient quantity of hot water insufficient quantity of hot water hot and cold water connection to the boiler mixed up check left = hot, right = cold incorrect flow reducing valve check for the type and for contamination, if necessary replace and/or clean.

  • Page 90

    DHW power for the boiler is set too low check PARA chapter Step No. 43 check the functioning and wiring of the DHW sensor T3...

  • Page 91

    T > 36°F the boiler decreases the check setting of room thermostat or RS101 supply water Check setting PARA chapter Step No. 1 and...

  • Page 92: Spare Parts

    Spare parts . d e v r e s e r s e g n a h C 9 0 . 2 0 / 0 0 . 0 6 . 1 5 . U 8 d e v r e s e r s e g n a h C 9 0 .

  • Page 102: Parts List Vent System

    Vent Products Listed and Tested Vent Products for E75C, E110C, Q85S, Q130S, Q175S, Q175C and Q205S Manufacturer Heatfab Manufacturer IPEX Manufacturer Rinnai/ Ubbink Manufacturer York International Miscellaneous Terminal Air Intake Pipe Vent Pipe Vent Manufacturer Contact Information for Installation Instructions and Parts Lists:...

  • Page 103: Common Venting Guidelines

    At the time of removal of an existing boiler, the following steps shall be followed with each appliance remaining connected to the common venting system...

  • Page 104

    Appendix A - Outoor Reset Sensor Data R 25 °C R 100 ° C 25/85 c i f Temp [°C] [kOhm] 171.70 98.82 58.82 36.10 22.79 14.77 12.00 9.81 6.65 4.61 3.25 2.34 1.71 1.27 0.95 0.73 0.56 12 kΩ 950 Ω...

  • Page 108

    P e a c h t r e e C i t y , 3 0 2 6 9 Toll Free: (800) 621-9419 • Tel: (678) 829-1700 • Fax: (678) 829-1666 • E-mail: info@rinnai.us • Internet: www.rinnai.us E. & O. E.

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