Williams Wall Furnace 25-35-50 Manual

. Refer to this manual. For assistance or for additional information consult a qualified installer, service agency or the gas supplier. Williams Furnace Co.  250 West Laurel Street  Colton, California 92324 U.S.A. Warranty & Installation Record – 2 Warranty The manufacturer, Williams Furnace Co., warrants this wall furnace or heater to the original purchaser under the following conditions: LIMITED ONE-YEAR WARRANTY 1.

Any part thereof which proves to be defective in material or workmanship within one year from date of original purchase for use will be replaced at the Manufacturer’s option, FOB to its factory. Installation Record. 2 Table of Contents.3 Unpack the furnace. 6 Safety Rules. 4 Learn how to unpack the new Williams Furnace and verify that all its parts are in working order.

Williams Wall Furnace 25-35-50

Introduction.5 Basic Description.5 Install the furnace. Safety Rules Install the furnace vent directly to the outdoors so that harmful combustible flue gases will not collect inside the WARNING: Read these rules and the instructions building. Follow the venting instructions for your type of carefully. Failure to follow these rules and installation exactly. Introduction – 5 Introduction Basic Description The following steps are all needed for proper installation and DO NOT convert the furnace from natural gas to L.P.

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Gas or from L.P. Gas to natural gas without the proper manufacturer’s gas safe operation of your furnace. If you have any doubts as to any requirements, check with local authorities. Introduction Optional Accessories OVAL VENT KIT 9901 DIFFUSER GRILLE KITS 6703 & 6704 This U.L. Listed B/W vent kit contains 4 feet of oval double walled Let’s you route some heated air in a two-way direction.

Kit 6704 vent pipe, plate spacers and starter or hold-down plate that starts for one-way direction. Installing Your Furnace 1.

Locate the furnace properly within the space to be heated. The following steps are needed for proper installation and safe operation of your furnace. If you have any doubts as to any 2. Install the furnace in accordance with local codes or requirements, always consult your local Heating or Plumbing ordinances and instructions provided.

Installing Your Furnace FIGURE 3 Minimum Clearances With standard furnace discharge outlet, do not install closer than 4 inches to intersecting wall. Choose a location for the thermostat about 5 feet above the floor on an inside wall. The thermostat wire supplied with your furnace is 20 feet long, which should be enough to run up through the attic so the thermostat can be a maximum of 16 feet from the furnace measured in a straight line, or approximately 12 feet from the. Installing Your Furnace AIR REQUIREMENTS FIGURE 4 Draft Hood Spillage The requirements for providing air for combustion and ventilation are listed in the National Fuel Gas Code NFPA 54/ANSI Z223.1 (in Canada: CAN/CGA B149). Most homes will require that outside air be supplied to the heated area by means of ventilation grilles or ducts connecting directly to the outside or spaces open to the outdoors such as attic or crawl space. Installing Your Furnace within 12 inches of the bottom of the room connecting directly to 4. Spillage means air starvation and a fresh air duct or air unconfined space.

Each opening must have a free area of at least intakes must be installed to provide air directly to the 100 square inches or 1 square inch per 1000 Btu/hr. Installing Your Furnace FIGURE 7 Grilles Connecting Rooms to FIGURE 8 Air from Outdoors or Crawl Make Unconfined space Space Openings for inlet or outlet air should not be made into attic area if attic is equipped with a thermostat controlled power vent.

FIGURE 9 Free Area Btu/hr./Input. Installing Your Furnace Locate and drill one (1) 1-1/2 inch hole at selected locations as MODELS: 3508231; 3508232; 3508631; 3508632 shown on Page 12, Fig. 11 and Page 13, Fig. 13 or Page 14, Fig.

Locate header plate between wall studs at 74 inches from finished floor and nail into position with end flanges pointing up. MODELS: 5508231; 5508232 spliced wires are properly cleaned, soldered and 6508631; 6508632 taped. MODELS: 5008631; 5008632 MODELS: 3508231; 35631; 3508632 Surface Mount Installation FIND THE STUDS AND CEILING JOISTS ELECTRICAL SUPPLY ROUGH-IN (See CAUTION on page 7) The electrical supply openings must be made in the wall or floor Find two studs at spot where furnace is to be placed. Installing Your Furnace NOTE If you decide to route gas line through right side of furnace, simply remove the knock-out provided in furnace side.

NOTES If a pre-existing gas piping stub location is not compatible with hole or knock-out provided in furnace, you may make an alternate entry hole in furnace back wall per Fig. Installing Your Furnace ALL MODELS Nail the ceiling plate spacers either across or in between the cut out section of ceiling plate. If nailed between, ends must be bent ATTACH HOLD-DOWN PLATE at 90 degrees. (RECESSED MOUNT) NOTE Header plate should already be attached to wall studs. See ATTACH HEADER PLATE, on Page 11 and 12. DISCONNECT WIRING REMOVE BURNER AND CONTROLS MODELS: 3508231; 3508232; 3508631; 3508632 MODELS: 3508231; 3508232; 5508231; 5508232 Locate the burner and screws that secure it. Remove the two (2) Remove the screws holding the ignition control unit and cover to screws (one from each end).

Installing Your Furnace PART NUMBER P321900 ALL OTHER MODELS Locate the burner and hex nuts that secure it. Remove the two (2) hex nuts (one from each end).

Flip up the wire hinges. Lift one end of burner at a time until free. Remove burner and controls from the compartment. Installing Your Furnace Gas Supply and Piping Gas control valve, within the furnace, is shipped with a seal over the gas inlet tapping. Do not remove seal until ready to connect piping. FIGURE 21 WARNING: Danger of property damage, bodily injury or death. Installing Your Furnace The following rules apply: disconnected during testing.

(SEE WARNING.) Apply soap solution to each joint. Bubbles forming indicate a leak. Use new, properly reamed pipe free from metal chips and even the slightest leak at once.

Debris such as steel or black iron pipe. Installing Your Furnace Thermostat Installation 1. If an old thermostat is being replaced and is in a satisfactory FIGURE 24 Route Thermostat Cable location and the wiring appears to be in good condition, use existing wiring. If in doubt, use new wire. Installing Your Furnace Start-Up Procedure CHECK THE MANIFOLD GAS PRESSURE Start the furnace using the procedures in section OPERATING YOUR FURNACE.

A tapped opening is provided in the gas valve to facilitate measuring the manifold gas pressure. A 'U Tube' manometer having a scale range from 0 to 12-inches of water should be used WARNING: Danger of bodily injury or death.

NOTE: NOTE Models 3508631; 3508632 are equipped with a single speed fan. Models 3508231; 3508232 are equipped with a single speed fan.

TWO-SPEED FAN OPERATION MODELS: 5508231; 5508232 TWO-SPEED FAN OPERATION Blower will first operate at low speed then shift to high speed as MODELS: 5008631. Care – 23 Operating Your Furnace FOR YOUR SAFETY, READ BEFORE LIGHTING. If you cannot reach your gas supplier, call the fire department.

WARNING: If you do not follow these instructions Use only your hand to push in or turn the gas control knob. Exactly, a fire or explosion may result causing Never use tools. Caring for Your Furnace How To Care For Your Furnace PILOT BURNER WARNING: Danger of bodily injury or death. Turn off electric power supply at the disconnect switch, Light pilot using instructions in OPERATING YOUR FURNACE fuse box or service panel before removing any (on pages 22 and 23, depending on your model).

Care – 25 Caring for Your Furnace How To Care For Your Furnace TO REMOVE BURNER(S) BURNER CLEANING Disconnect gas line inside cabinet. Check burner. If cleaning is required, contact a qualified service technician to clean and service burner. Refer to 'Mounting Your Furnace' section (pages 16 and 17). WARNING: Danger of bodily injury or death.

Furnace Technical Information Main Burner Orifice Input. Model Number Gas Type Rating Btu/hr.

3508632 NATURAL.106 35,0 L.P.070 35,0 NATURAL.106 35,0 L.P.070 35,0 NATURAL.093 50,0 L.P.060 50,0 NATURAL.094. Care – 27 Troubleshooting FOR MODELS: 3508631; 3508632; 5008631; 5008632; 6508631; 6508632.Also applicable to Models equipped with an electric intermittent pilot system.

(Continued on next page) SYMPTOM POSSIBLE CAUSE CORRECTIVE ACTION Check pilot flame – it must impinge on thermocouple. Pilot flame may be low or 1. 'HIGH' speed when operating at maximum input capacity.

If there is no change in motor speed, replace selector switch. FOR MODELS: 3508231; 3508232; 5508231; 5508232.Also applicable to Models equipped with an electric intermittent pilot system. (Continued on next page). Care – 29 Troubleshooting SYMPTOM POSSIBLE CAUSE CORRECTIVE ACTION Broken or shorted Remove wire at 'PV/MV' terminal at the ignition control, being careful not touch electrode assembly.


Any metal parts; disconnect the electrode wire at the ignition control. Connect one end of a jumper wire to terminal 'GND'. Wiring Diagrams Wiring Diagrams MODELS - 35232 MODELS - 55232. Accessories– 31 Wiring Diagrams MODELS - 35632 MODELS - 55232 FOR 55M B.T.U. FAN TYPE VENTED WALL. Replacement Parts 3508231; 3508232; 3508631; 3508632 USE ONLY MANUFACTURER’S AUTHORIZED PARTS FOR PARTS LIST SEE PAGES 36 AND 37.

Replacement Parts 36 & 37. Replacement Parts 5008631; 5008632; 5508231; 5508232; 6508631; 6508632 USE ONLY MANUFACTURER’S AUTHORIZED PARTS FOR PARTS LIST SEE PAGES 38 AND 39.

Replacement Parts 38 & 39. Replacement Parts List REPLACEMENT PARTS FOR MODELS 3508231; 3508232; 3508631 and 3508632 PART NO. FOR MODEL Ref. Description Number 352 3508632 Outer Casing, Less Front Panel 12C10 12C10 12C10 12C10 Inner Liner 12B15 12B15 12B15 12B15 Heating Element. Replacement Parts List Thermocouple ––– ––– P233100 P233100 Flame Sensor P271100 P271100 ––– ––– 50mm BURNER 12B56 12B56 12B56 12B56 Thermostat P322016 P322016 P322016 P322016 Ignition Control Unit P321900 P321900 ––– ––– Wire Assembly P321522 P321522 ––– ––– Wire Assembly (2 required) P321935/35A P321935/35A –––.

Replacement Parts List REPLACEMENT PARTS FOR MODELS 5008631; 5008632; 5508231; 5508232; 6508631 and 6508632 PART NO. FOR MODEL Ref. Description Number 506 556 Outer Casing, Less Front Panel 7C55-4 7C55-4 7C55-3 7C55-3 7C55-3 7C55-3 Inner Liner 11B46 11B46 7B79. Replacement Parts List Manifold P323656 P323656 P323656 P323656 P323656 P323656 Orifice Fitting, P332619 P090542 P332620 P332622 P090551 P090536 Specify Model and Gas (2 required) Valve, Natural Gas ––– P323209 ––– P323210 ––– P323209 Valve, Liquid Propane Gas P322042 ––– P322044 –––. PART NUMBER 4. PART DESCRIPTION All parts listed herein may be ordered from your equipment supplier. The Model Number of your Williams wall furnace will be found on the nameplate near gas valve, inside control compartment.

Williams Furnace Company. 250 West Laurel Street, Colton, CA 92324 .

. 43501 Answers SOURCE: Hi, The problem is with the thermocouple. This is the metal thing that the pilot flame hits when it is burning.if the flame is not hitting it then it does not get hot enough. Make sure the flame is hitting it.if not then adjust the hood over the flame to get it on the thermocouple. If it is hitting it then replace the thermocouple.for that heater though the thermo is probably and OEM part and may have to be bought from the manufacturer. Heatman101 Posted on Nov 07, 2010. 8220 Answers SOURCE: This heater has 2 type gas valves one valve has the thermostat built into it.

No wiring needed for that puppy. Looks like this: So I am guessing that one ain't you. Your heater must use a millivolt gas valve with the 2 wire wall thermostat. The pilot generator does 2 things. It holds the pilot on and it produces voltages that operate the solenoid and open and close the valve when the room thermostat makes contacts.

So what goes wrong with these? The pilot generator will sometimes hold the pilot flame but whn the 2 wires are touched together or you tun on the wall thermostat the whole thang just dies. That my friend is a weak thermopile generator. The other thang that goes wrong is the solenoid on the gas valve is open and therefore the gas won't come on. Their is also a fuse mounted on there that melts and kills the magnet that the generator holds in for the pilot. Posted on Nov 05, 2011.

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This is a general guide and is not. PDF Dec 08, 2015. What you have is a Direct Vent, Gas WALL Heater. It is normally mounted about 6' off the floor on an exterior wall (since it has to be direct vented out). Not sure what the red and white wires are for, but suspect it's for the optional thermostatically controlled blower connection. In any event, to help you install this heater properly, I have included a link to the Owner/Installation Manual, which should provide all the information you need to complete the installation correctly.

You can download and print the manual for future reference. Feb 26, 2011. A couple thoughts. On some of the wall furnace gas valves there's a knob that you can set for low fire or high fire. If your valve has this make sure it is in the high fire setting. Is the wall furnace controlled by a wall thermostat or a knob on the heater? With the thermostat turned all the way up like to 90, does the burner and fan continue to run or is the burner short cycling.

Is the fan clean and running up to speed. Some of the Williams wall furnace had a two speed fan motor so when the fan came on at first it would run on low speed.

As the heat exchanger got hotter the internal fan switch would switch it to high speed. Outside of that you would need a monometer to check the manifold gas pressure. Aug 31, 2017.