Question about Heating & Cooling
Do not leave it on. The thermostat could [ figuratively freeze up] lock on a certain temperature, overheat and cause internal wires to catch on fire
Posted on Nov 23, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 1004F Rinnai Gas Heater
I found the manual online... I have the same thing, and had a couple of problems with it. I'll try to paste the link here: http://lib.store.yahoo.net/lib/hectors876/1004om.pdf It's 60 pages, so I wouldn't advise printing it, but save it to your favorites list ;)
Posted on Oct 05, 2008
The Rinnai's temperature probe is located very low (about 2" off the floor} and is telling you what temperature the floor is. There are two things you can do. Remove the front cover and look for a yellow wire wrapped up with a black plastic tie. Remove it from the tie and feed out some extra wire to the back of the heater. Next take off the right side trim panel closest to the wall. You will find a yellow wire with a black rubber tip clipped into a black plastic holder. Un-secure the probe and relocate it higher up in the back of the heater. Do not place it near the cloth and metal vent pipe. It is OK to place it near the corrugated gray plastic pipe. This will give the probe a better sample of the room air. The second way is to insulate the wall behind the heater so that the probe will not be effected by cold air infiltrating from the wall. If this does not help the situation, replace the probe called a thermistor. I can send you one for $25.00 if you find you need one. Contact me at email@example.com.
Posted on Dec 20, 2009
SOURCE: I have a Rinnai 1004F,
Not sure about Vent Control however the Economy button is like a night time set back. Over a 2 hour period it will decrease the temperature up to 6 degrees from set point. In morning, just take off economy and unit will come up to temp. Go to www.rinnai.us for on-line manual.
Posted on Nov 28, 2010
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