Honeywell S8600 manual

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    TABLE 1—INTERMITTENT PILOT IGNITION MODULES. IGNITER- 100 SENSOR TYPE PREPURGE PERCENT LOCKOUT IGN[...]

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    2 CORROSIVE CHEMICALS Corrosive chemicals can also attack the module and gas control and eventually [...]

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    We recommend mounting the module with the terminals down to protect them from dripping water and dus[...]

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    4 Ground Control System The igniter, flame sensor and ignition module must share a common ground wit[...]

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    5 69-0463 Fig. 3 — S8600A,B; S8610A,B connections in a heating system with an atmospheric burner. [...]

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    Fig. 5 — S8600F,H,M; S8610F,H; S8660D; S8670D connections in a heating system with power-assisted [...]

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    Fig. 6 — S8600F,H,M; S8610F,H; S8660D; S8670D connections in a heating system with a two-stage gas[...]

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    Fig. 7 — S8600F,H,M; S8610F,H; S8660D; S8670D in a heating system with an atmospheric burner and a[...]

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    Fig. 8 — S8600F,H,M; S8610F,H; S8660D; S8670D connections in a heating-cooling system with power-a[...]

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    Fig. 9 — S8600F,H,M; S8610F, H; S8660D; S8670D connections in a hydronic heating sytem with a D80D[...]

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    Fig. 10 — S8600F,H,M; S8610F,H; S8660D; S8670D connections in a commercial water heater control sy[...]

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    call for heat. ❏ Make sure pilot lights smoothly when gas reaches the pilot burner. ❏ Make sure [...]

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    13 69-0463 TRIAL FOR IGNITION Pilot Ignition Following prepurge timing (S8660, S8670), or on the cal[...]

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    14 WARNING When performing the following steps, do not touch stripped end of jumper or SPARK termina[...]

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    15 69-0463 • Make sure electrical connections are clean and tight. Replace damaged wire with moist[...]

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    Fig. 15 — S8660, S8670 troubleshooting guide. 16 Check continuity of ignition cable and ground wir[...]

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    17 69-0463 Fig. 16 — Representative schematic for S8600F,H, M; S8610F,H. See Fig. 1 for hookup. S8[...]

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    Fig. 17 — Representative schematic for S8600A,B; S8610A,B. See Fig. 3 for hookup. 18 L1 (HOT) L2 1[...]

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    19 69-0463 EXHIBIT A RECOMMENDED PROCEDURE FOR SAFETY INSPECTION OF AN EXISTING APPLIANCE INSTALLATI[...]

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    EXHIBIT B PROCEDURE FOR INSTALLING AUTOMATIC INTERMITTENT PILOT SYSTEMS Prior to beginning this proc[...]