Understand the signal words WARNING, AND CAUTION.
These words are safety alert words. WARNING indicates
hazards which could result in personal injury or death.
CAUTION is used to indicate unsafe practices which could
result in minor injury or property damage.
DO NOT use this furnace if any component was underwater.
Immediately call a qualified heating contractor to inspect
the furnace and replace any part of the furnace control
system that was underwater. This furnace does not have a
pilot light. It is equipped with an electronic ignition system
that automatically lights the burner.
The flow of combustion and ventilating air must not be
obstructed from reaching the furnace. Air openings provided
in the casing of the furnace must be kept free of obstructions
which would restrict airflow, thereby affecting efficiency and
safe operation of your furnace.
Also, air openings provided to the area in which the furnace
is installed and the space around the furnace shall not be
blocked or obstructed. Keep this in mind should you choose to
remodel the area which contains your furnace.
The furnace and venting system require a generous amount
of clean air to operate safely. Lack of adequate combustion
and ventilation air can result in erratic operation of the
burner, noisy and poor combustion, sooting of the combustion
chamber, and fuel odors in the air. Never block off or restrict
the supply of air to the furnace.
The combustion air for your furnace must be fresh unconta-
minated air. Paints, varnishes, laundry bleaches, detergents,
many household cleaners, water softening salts, adhesives, and
all such products release fumes containing compounds which
could lead to early heat exchanger and vent system deteriora-
tion. Do not store these types of products near your furnace.
Never store gasoline, combustible materials, or other
flammable liquids or vapors near your furnace.
TO PREVENT AN EXPLOSION OR POSSIBLE INJURY,
DEATH AND EQUIPMENT DAMAGE, DO NOT STORE
COMBUSTIBLE MATERIALS, GASOLINE OR OTHER
FLAMMABLE VAPORS OR LIQUIDS NEAR THE UNIT.
Carbon monoxide, fire or smoke can cause serious bodily
injury, death, and/or property damage.
A variety of potential sources of carbon monoxide can be found
in a building or dwelling such as gas-fired clothes dryers, gas
cooking stoves, water heaters, furnaces and fireplaces.
User's Information Guide
High Efficiency Oil Furnaces
Highboy Vertical, Lowboy Front or Rear Flue,
Downflow / Horizontal
Dangers, Warnings & Cautions
To Start the Furnace
The Problem Solver
Regular Dealer Maintenance
The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission recommends
that users of fuel-burning appliances install carbon monoxide
detectors as well as fire and smoke dectectors, listed by a
nationally recognized agency (e.g. Underwriters Laboratories
or International Approval Services), to help alert dwelling
occupants of the presence of fire, smoke or unsafe levels of
The manufacturer of your furnace does not test any detec-
tors and makes no representations regarding any brand or
type of detector.
Installing and servicing heating equipment can be hazardous
due to fuel oil and electrical components. Only trained and
qualified personnel should install, repair or service heating
Untrained personnel can perform basic maintenance
functions such as cleaning and replacing air filters. All other
operations must be performed by trained service personnel.
Parts and controls of this furnace are unique. Should service
or modification be required, be sure your servicer uses only
factory authorized parts, kits, or accessories for this furnace.
If you experience a problem with the operation of your
furnace, check the "Problem Solver" section of this manual
before you call for a possibly unneeded service call.