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Looking for a manual for a American Standard hydronic gas heating system

Want a owners manual for our American Standard hydronic gas heating furnace. The house was built in 1968 and the furnace is the original furnace. The previous owners left us no manuals. Thanks, Vickie

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These 3 links are for (in order): Daily programming (same time every day), 5day/2day programming, and weekly (different times each day) programming; http://www.kirklees.gov.uk/knh/publications/rwb9daily.pdf http://www.kirklees.gov.uk/knh/publications/rwb9daily%20wend%20day.pdf http://www.kirklees.gov.uk/knh/publications/rwb9daily%207day.pdf Hope this helps :)

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Worked it out for myself - no solution needed now thank you.

Posted on Jun 22, 2008

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SOURCE: how to light a American Standard furnace

If it is an old furnace with a manual pilot light there are pilot lighting instructions usually on a door or panel. If it is 15 years old or newer it probably has either a spark ignition or a hot surface ignitor. These can't be lit manually. If they fail they usually require parts to be repaired.

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SOURCE: 3 amp fuse blows on a carrier 58mcb furnace board

Hi!!! Does your ac unit work fine?If not check your low voltage problem..You have a low voltage problem check the wire going out to your condensor make sure that they are not touching..Good luck..Check low voltage wires..short in progress..

Posted on Jan 04, 2009

SOURCE: Looking for an Owners Manual

Hi, not sure if this will help. Click the link and choose your model. All in PDF format and can be downloaded for free.... http://www.manualz.info/Manuals_pdf/SUZUKI/

Posted on Jan 15, 2009

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I have some confusion about what you are asking......

There is no such thing as "Hydronic Electric Baseboards"......

I am assuming you are referring to the oil filled baseboard heaters. If so....

The same amount of btu's required to heat a space remain the same whether the elements heat a liquid to warm the air or whether they heat the air directly, the same amount of wattage will be consumed. So, their is no more or less efficiency between the two.

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I am concerned of the readings you have given. 120 volts to ground, but 168 volts to neutral? And having 10 amps of current at the "ventor", but only 1 amp for the whole furnace worries me, because power for the "ventor" comes through the furnace.

You should not have 168 volts to anything! Unless somehow 240 volts is feeding the system, and there is a medium resistance short somewhere.

The controller boards are sensitive to AC polarity (if you will). Neutral should be tied to neutral on the board. You can check that by testing for voltage between the neutral terminal and chassis ground (assuming the chassis is properly grounded.). The hot leg of incoming power, which should be 120 volts, should be connected to the terminal that says 120 VAC.

If your getting 168 volts AC somehow, then something is wrong, and you need to disconnect power from this unit until you find the cause.

As a heat-A/C tech, you should know the sequence of operation for all furnaces is pretty much the same. The boards, while manufactured by different manufacturers, all operate pretty much the same way.

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This is one where you will need a good control man or woman. The American Standard ASYST system is not intended for the homeowner to change out. It has a room sensor wire that others do not account for.

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