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Need to know where the wires go on a willliams wall heater ,no spec plate,gravitiy,no-electric start,only thermocoupler wires(2) & wires from stat(2)

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Have you tried looking on their website or try here
http://www.manualslib.com/manual/194741/Williams-Gravity-1403622.html

Posted on Oct 20, 2013

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SOURCE: wireing the baseboard heater

I can help you if you still here.

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SOURCE: wiring for baseboard heater

I hope you are using a Line Voltage Thermostat!! First, make sure that the power feeding the thermostat is coming from a two pole breaker of the correct amperage (20 amp). If you are using 12-2 wire with ground then please mark the white wire with black tape at each end to identify it as a HOT power source and not a Neutral wire (which is a grounded lead). Do the same for the 12-2 wires feeding the baseboard heater from the Line Voltage Thermostat. The wires from the thermostat (One Black & one White w/black tape) will be wired to each one of the two wires (one Black & one Red or two Black wires) at the baseboard heater. It doesn't matter which wire from the thermostat is wired to which wire at the heater, just as long as there is one wire to one and one wire to the other.(eg. Black from stat to Black at heater/White w/blk. tape from stat to Red at heater OR Black from stat to Black at heater/White w/blk. tape from stat to OTHER Black at heater). I have seen baseboard heaters with two black wires or one black and one red wire. Hope this helps, but if you are confused then please have an experienced tech. do it for you.

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SOURCE: Williams Wall Heater thermocouple replacment

A standard thermocouple will cost you approx $10.00 to $20.00 at a hardware store. I'm including a link to a site with a video to help you identify and replace the thermocouple. The video demonstration is on a gas-fired water heater; however, the principle operation and replacement of the thermocouple is the same for a standard gas-fired furnace. Let us know if this was helpful to you and good luck in your endeavor! :-)

http://videos.howstuffworks.com/discovery/34524-gimme-shelter-replacing-a-thermocouple-video.htm

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You need to preform a continuity check between your T-stat wires. More than likely, the wire that initializes the call for heat is grounded to one of the other wires. Also, if the unit worked fine prior to the initial problem, it's likely that you haven't purchased the proper t-stat for the unit. Wall heaters typically operate using a millivolt t-stat and not your typical heating stat you would find on a central unit. If you did purchase the correct stat, then more than likely it's not wired correctly, or you have a direct short, as mentioned above, in the wiring.

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If the pilot light stays lit as long as you keep the valve depressed, then the problem is the thermocouple is bad. The pilot light makes enough electricity via the thermocouple to hold open the gas valve that feeds the burners. If the thermocouple fails to produce that electricity, the gas valve will shut down and switch off the gas flow to the whole unit.

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Pilot is lit ,but when i turn the thremostat on nothing.


Has the control knob been turned from the PILOT position to the ON position?
If that has been done, check the wiring from the thermostat to the Gas Control Valve in the heater. Make sure the wires are connected in both places (T-Stat & Control Valve). If all of that appears to be correct, there's a good chance that the Thermopile (I think Williams calls it a Pilot Generator) has failed. This part generates millivolts of electricity to open and close the gas valve when the Thermostat calls for heat. But, don't confuse the Thermopile with the Thermocouple. Your unit has both. And since the pilot is burning, that tells me it's not a problem with the Thermocouple.

Anyway, the only way to test the thermopile is with a millivolt multimeter. You will have to consult your Owners Manual for the proper millivolt output for your heater.

Hope this helps head you in right direction in solving this problem.

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The first thing to do is verify that you have power to your heater.If you have a volt meter you can remove cover from electric box inside furnace and set meter to a.c. volts and check across black and white wires. You can also turn your thermostat to fan on setting and fan should run if not you may not have power to heater or bad t-stat.
After you're sure you have power to heater turn thermostat to auto and heat. Turn temp setting up high enough to call for heat. See if your induced draft motor comes on. If it does not then check electrical connections or replace draft motor.If you have power to heater and t-stat is good if draft motor does not run then nothing else will work.
You can by pass t-stat to see if it's the problem by removing cover and and taking base off the wall to get to stat wires. Locate wires that are hooked to terminals marked R or Rh and W. Remove these wires and touch them together. If t-stat is bad this should make heater come on and run. If this works then you need to replace stat.
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Hi, I will walk you through to check the stat. Pull off the cover 1st. You will need a screwdriver, a small one. Could be slotted or phillips. Loosen all of the screws you can see until the t-stat comes off. You have 3 sections counting cover. You will now see the sub-base and wires. You should have only 2 wires to the stat. You will need a piece of scrap insulated wire, even a piece of old speaker wire twisted togeter at each end will work. No worry of shock. Just jump or touch across the 2 terminals and hold them on and if it fires up and comes on, the thermostat is the fault. More then likely that will be the problem. Any hardware store will have one. Get a heat milivolt only, even if the salesman trys to sale you a heat/cool 24 volt stat which will work, but will cause problems in the future. I am sure it is stat. If not, contact me and I will walk you through what else would cause this. If the pilot is on, there is no ignitor on this furnace, either a thermopile generator or a thermocouple, a high limit switch and the main gas valve. Keep me posted, it will only take you a few minutes to test the t-stat. Let me know.
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