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BARD MANUFACTURING COMPANY
File: Vol I, Tab 20
Bryan, Ohio 43506
Since 1914...Moving ahead, just as planned.
USER'S INFORMATION MANUAL
WG-Series Combination Gas/Electric Wall-Mount™
We're pleased you've chosen our air conditioner/gas furnace to supply your cooling/heating needs. Please
keep this manual in a safe, yet readily available place. It contains important and useful information.
ATTENTION, INSTALLER: After installing air conditione
CONTENTS Figures Section 1 Rating Plate Information .............................................. 1 Figure 1 Typical Gas Piping ..................................... 6 Section 2 Figure 2 Step-by-Step Instructions Important Safety Precautions ...................................... 1 on Lighting Burners.................................... 9 Section 3 Figure 3 Filter Locations ....................................... 11 Understanding How Your Furnace and Air Conditioner Works ......................
SECTION 1 RATING PLATE INFORMATION Record the manufacturer’s name, unit model number and serial number below. These are your furnace rating plate. Record installation date which is important for warranty purposes. YOUR FURNACE INFORMATION Furnace Type ________________________________________________________________ Manufacturer’s Name__________________________________________________________ Model Number _______________________________________________________________ Serial Number ________
Aldehydes have a strong pungent, acrid smell that can cause nausea. Carbon monoxide is tasteless, colorless and WARNING odorless. It can cause headaches, flu-like symptoms or nausea. We refer to all these Front door must be in place during furnace symptoms as nausea in this manual. It can also operation. Hot surfaces behind front door. cause death by asphyxiation. WARNING 2.2 STORAGE AND USE OF FLAMMABLE, Any unfamiliar smell can alert you to CORROSIVE AND COMBUSTIBLE presence
2.3 ALTERATION OF FURNACE CONTROLS The ignition system consists of a direct spark igniter (DSI) and remote sensor. When the thermostat calls for heat the DSI sparks to light main burner gas. Once ignited the remote sensor confirms flame WARNING carryover to all burners. There is a 60 second delay after main burner is on Do not alter any gas or electrical controls until the comfort air blower starts on heating speed. (gas control or safety controls) in any After the thermostat is satis
High Pressure Switch and Lockout Sequence PHASE MONITOR If the high pressure switch opens, the compressor All units with three phase scroll compressors are contactor will de-energize immediately. The equipped with a three phase line monitor to prevent lockout time in the CCM will go into a soft compressor damage due to phase reversal. lockout and stay locked out until the high pressure The phase monitor in this unit is equipped with two switch closes and the delay on break has expired. LEDs.
b. Manual In-Line Shut-off Valve in Gas In an emergency you must know how to turn off gas Supply Line. and electricity. Find out how before the emergency. This valve could be next to furnace. Figure 1 shows a typical installation. Normally, gas is ON when you turn the WARNING shut-off valve handle parallel to gas pipe. Gas is OFF when you turn handle 90° from Should overheating occur or the gas gas pipe. supply fail to shut off, shut off the manual gas valve to the furnace before shutti
FIGURE 1 TYPICAL GAS PIPING MIS-1478 Manual 2100-366 Page 6
b. If you can do so safely, turn gas off. Use 4.B POSSIBLE EMERGENCIES AND manual shut-off valve at gas meter or on RECOMMENDED ACTIONS propane (LP) gas tank. You may need a wrench or tools. If you can safely turn off electricity at the main circuit panel, do so. If you cannot do these things safely, leave WARNING your home or building immediately. Call your gas supplier or fire department from a If gas or electricity is off due to an neighbor’s phone for help. emergency, only a qualif
5. Possible Emergency: Main electrical circuit SECTION 6 PROPER MAINTENANCE OF breaker for furnace cannot be reset without YOUR FURNACE tripping again or new fuses continue to blow. You need special abilities, mechanical skills and tools to maintain your furnace properly. If you are ACTION: uncertain about your abilities or if you lack proper a. Move gas valve control level to OFF. skills or tools, do not try to maintain or repair your furnace yourself. Instead, contact a qualified install
FIGURE 2 START UP PROCEDURE Manual 2100-366 Page 9
6.D KEEP AIR FILTER(S) CLEAN furnace rating plate. Special attention must be given to these items if any remodeling is As a user, your personal responsibility is to done. keep air filter(s) clean. 2. Make sure the vent terminal is in place and is physically sound. CAUTION 3. Reviewing that the return air duct connection(s) is physically sound, is sealed to the furnace casing. A dirty air filter(s) reduces system efficiency and can cause erratic control 4. The physical support of the fu
FIGURE 3 FILTER LOCATIONS MIS-1449 FIGURE 4 PERIODIC INSPECTIONS MIS-1447a Manual 2100-366 Page 11
FIGURE 5 START-UP PROCEDURES DECAL WARNING IMPORTANT Leakage of products of combustion into the living area may result in asphyxiation These procedures must be followed at ini- resulting in injury or death tial start-up and at any time power has been removed for 12 hours or longer. To prevent compressor damage which 5. Restore the electrical power to the furnace may result from the presence of liquid by turning the switch back on. Adjust the refrigerant in the compressor crankcase. t
SECTION 9 REPLACEMENT PARTS Replacement parts for the gas/electric units are available through local distributors. A replacement parts list manual is supplied with each unit. When ordering parts or making inquiries pertaining to any of the units covered by these instructions, it is very important to always supply the complete model number and serial number of the unit. This is necessary to assure that the correct parts (or an approved alternate part) are issued to the service agency. SECT
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