Question about Heating & Cooling
When the blower is on the air is pulled in at the bottom but nothing comes out at the top why
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: I need help relighting the
First, turn the wall switch to the off position. Second, turn the key all the way tcountercockwise to the open position. At the front of the unit, below the hearth opening there is a black front access panel. Should have a little recessed part. pull it out and expose the gas valve. Turn the plunger/knob that says off, on, pilot to the pilot position. You'll knw your in the pilot position when it lines up with the indicator (usually a red or black mark on the gas valve body). If you are in the pilot position, you will be able to push in the pilot (it will feel springy). Push the plunger in and then push the red button (piezo ignition button) in until it makes a snapping sound. You may have to do this several times because the air has to bleed out from the pilot tubing. This should light the pilot BUT wait. DO NOT LET GO OF THE PLUNGER ONCE THE PILOT IS LIT. You need to keep the plunger depressed for about 30 seconds and then let it go. After 30 seconds let the plunger go and verify the pilot is lit. If not try the last step over. After the pilot is lit, you may turn the plunger/knob to the on position. Now go back to the wall switch and flip it on. If it doesn't come on tap it hard. Sometimes dust can actually prevent it from making good connection. I work on fireplaces for a living and coincidentally worked on this model today. Simple as pie.
Posted on Sep 15, 2010
SOURCE: Where does the FBK200 blower
As you are aware the Marco Fireplace Co is no longer in business. However, the blower model # you listed is a DESA/Vanguard part number. In any event, it may work.
The blower goes in the lower compartment (probably louvered) under the firebox. It is then attached to the rear wall of the compartment, with the blower output facing up the back wall of the firebox. There should be an arrow on the blower housing indicating which way it should point.
If your firebox is already wired for a blower and has a duplex receptacle in place (for the blower to plug into), you're in business. If it doesn't I highly recommend that you install one and not try to hard wire the blower.
The blower, if purchased new, should come will all the hardware to mount it. If it didn't you can use sheet metal screws to attach it to the rear wall of the firebox. However, make sure that you put a rubber flat washer behind the mounting frame and then screw thru it into the firebox wall. This will help eliminate vibration and noise.
Hope this helps to get you started.
Posted on Feb 25, 2011
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