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Page 2: Specifications Honeywell Inc. International Sales and Service Offices in all principal cities of the world. Vibration shortens the life of the elec- tronic components. It was tested to 25, volts. ALARM b. Page 6 2. The flame current is at least 1. Ignition Spark Response Test all installations.
If a satisfactory reading is not obtained, check the power Safe Shutdown Checks—Flame failure, power failure, Page 7 1. Shut off pilot and main fuel manual valves. See Flame Current by qualified personnel, and the instructions should check procedure section. Page 8: Service 3. Use extreme care to avoid bending the contacts or that it is mounted securely see controller instructions. Never use oil on any part of the RAG.
When cleaning the burner, clean the flame detector 4. Page 9: Troubleshooting 1. Use extreme care while troubleshooting the limit; if the load relay does not pull in, check again for power RAG; line voltage is present on some termi- at terminal 6 with the controller calling for heat.
If there is nals and contacts when power is on. The most common causes of repeated failure of this Observe ignition for cutoff when flame relay pulls in if control or flame detector or of repeated lockouts are: connected to terminal 4.
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