It is important that you fill out the owner’s registration card not use any phone in your building. and mail it today. This will assist Amana in contacting you • Immediately call your gas supplier from should any service or warranty information change in the future.
Induced Draft Motor Lubrication ......................10 Air Circulating Blower Motor Lubrication .................... 10 IV. For More Information ..................10 V. Safety Labels ....................11 Amana Refrigeration, Inc. Fayetteville, TN 37334 ATTENTION INSTALLING PERSONNEL As a professional installer you have an obligation to Remember, it is your responsibility to install the know the product better than the customer.
I. General Information WARNING This furnace is built to provide many years of safe and de- PERSONAL INJURY HAZARD pendable service, providing it is properly installed and main- tained. However, abuse and/or improper use can shorten To avoid personal injury or fire, minimum the life of the furnace and create hazards for you, the home- clearances to combustible surfaces must be owner.
• When the furnace is installed in a confined space within Air Requirements a home and the air for combustion and ventilation en- ters the space through ducts from the outside...be sure WARNING to check the entering and outlet (grilled) openings so that they are always clear and clean.
II. Operation Propane Furnaces Only Thermostat WARNING There are many types and styles of thermostats but the op- PERSONAL INJURY HAZARD eration is usually similar. BE SURE TO BECOME FAMIL- IAR WITH YOUR THERMOSTAT. The simplest type of ther- To avoid death, personal injury or property mostat only starts and stops the furnace to maintain the damage due to explosion or fire, install a gas proper room temperature.
Operating Instructions 1. Close the manual gas valve external to the furnace. 2. Turn off the electrical power supply to the furnace. 3. Set room thermostat to lowest possible setting. 4. Remove the louvered door on the front of the furnace by lifting up and pulling it forward.
Reset After Control Lock-Out If ignition has not been achieved for any reason after sev- eral ignition cycles, the electronic control module will lock- out the furnace. Ignition is no longer attempted. On fur- naces with a self diagnostic control module, the control di- agnostic light will then repeat a single flash followed by a pause.
Roll-Out Protection Device III. Maintenance When flames from the burners are not properly drawn into AT LEAST ONCE A YEAR, BEFORE THE HEATING SEA- the heat exchanger, a flame roll-out limit switch will open SON BEGINS, have the furnace checked by a qualified ser- causing combustion to cease.
Filters must be inspected, cleaned or changed every two Wash, rinse, and dry a permanent filter. Both sides of a metal months or as required. It is the owner's responsibility to keep filter should be sprayed with a dust adhesive as recom- air filters clean.
Repeat with the left filter. (Figure 11) 7. Replace the blower door, then reconnect the electrical power. Ask a participating Amana dealer about Amana's extended service plan. It adds to the strong warranty with additional parts and labor coverage.
V. Safety Labels NOTE: If safety labels are missing or illegible, contact the installing dealer or Amana Customer Service Department for ordering information.
THIS COMPARTMENT MUST BE CE COMPARTIMENT DOIT RESTER W ARNING: AVERTISSEMENT: CLOSED EXCEPT WHEN SERVICING FERME, SAUF POUR L'ENTRETIEN B13580-1 To obtain the proper labels, the Model, Manufacturing Number and Serial Number of the unit must be supplied. These numbers are recorded on the nameplate of the furnace. For convenience, record this information here: MODEL NUMBER: _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ MANUFACTURING NUMBER: P _ _ _ _ _ _ _F SERIAL NUMBER: 9 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _...