5. Service water valve See chapter 5.2 for intervals
6. ECO (overheat sensor) tripped due to overheating
re-ignite the appliance
10 minutes later. If it happens
again, contact your service person.
is too hot
gas type on right side panel rating plate.
NG is a natural gas unit and LP is for liquid propane.
2. Since the unit does not measure
the output water may be warmer in the
summer than in the winter.
Use the slide control
lower output temperature
in chapter 4.4.
• 3. Contact
your service person
if water temperature
• 4. Check the inlet water pressure.
a private well system with the use of a pressure tank,
tank is not water logged.
• 5. Service water valve See chapter 5.2 for intervals
• 6. ECO (overheat sensor) tripped
due to overheating
10 minutes later. If it
happens again, contact
your service person.
is not hot enough
1. Adjust the temperature
2. Shut off installer supplied
cold water supply valve
(if none installed, install before proceeding).
by the 125
and check all taps. Water
running is a sign
of a plumbing
Consult a local plumber or
service person for help in correcting
• 3. While the heater is running with full hot water flow,
the flames should
be 3-4" tall off the burner bed. If
are not this tall, have the gas pressure
or your service person.
• 4. Service water valve See chapter 5.2 for intervals