Question about Dayton Gas Furnace Heater
We have a dayton 75,000BTU forced air furnace- 3E227A overhead heater, the wires on it don't make any sense I need the wiring instructions to get it properly wired... Please help
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Dayton 3E227A Heating Cycle
The sensor for the thermostat is probably going bad or has bad connections. It is (or thinks it is) heating up fast and therefore shuts of the heater.
Posted on Dec 31, 2007
If you intend to use this in a residential garage, you will have to use standard galvanized round pipe coming off the unit, 24 gauge will suffice, use a minimum of 6”-8” from the unit. From there you will have to make the transition to the B-Vent. Always double check with you local codes in your area.
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Posted on Dec 02, 2008
Contact Dayton on the internet for this problem. The diagram should be available on their site. Or they will give you a number for customer care. They can give you step-by-step instructions. I am a technician and this is what I would do as their are millions of wiring diagrams. Many are noy up to date.
Posted on Dec 07, 2008
you can look for a gas that we go in place of the one you have, try national energy they sell gas valves and should have one to fit your heater , i would change the thermocouple as well .
hope this helps
Posted on Dec 08, 2008
Pilot lighted furnaces have a thermocouple made from disasimilar metals that when heated create electricity to actuate a relay that alows the gas to flow to the furnace.
When the thermocouple gets coated with carbon from the pilot lights constant burning it acts as an insulator and keeps the thermocouple from getting enough heat to generate electricity, a very good safety factor.
What you have to do is locate the thermocouple it should be located over the pilot light, you will see a gray substance around the thermocouple it will be hard like cement, take a knife and scrape away as much of the gray material as possible then sand the themocouple with a medium sandpaper until it shines, use one of you wifes emery boards, this should solve your problem.
Posted on Feb 24, 2009
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