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Installation and Operation Instructions For Custom Mark III CP Series Oil Fired Unit   By:

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INSTALLATION

AND

Operation Instructions

FOR

CUSTOM MARK III

CP SERIES OIL FIRED UNIT

MANUFACTURED BY

AXEMAN ANDERSON COMPANY

300 East Mountain Avenue South Williamsport, PA 17701

CPO2O 8410 5C

INSTALLATION AND OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS

CUSTOM MARK III

CP SERIES OIL FIRED UNIT

GENERAL

The Custom Mark III CP Series Oil Fired Unit is a high quality heating unit that will provide many years of comfortable and economical heat if properly installed and given proper care. It is IMPORTANT therefore that these instructions should be followed carefully.

SHIPMENT

The unit is completely assembled at the factory except for the following parts which are packed in a separate carton and strapped to the skids inside the shipping carton:

1 3/4" × Close Steel Nipple 1 3/4" × 3/4" × 1/2" Tee 1 Fig. 105 Tridicator 1 3/4" No. 10 402 05 ASME Relief Valve 1 3/4" No. 600 19 Boiler Drain 1 T87F 2055 Thermostat

The jacket extension for 128CPO is shipped in separate carton.

DAMAGE IN TRANSIT

Upon receipt of shipment of this material, inspect all cartons for external damage. If external damage is noted, open the carton and inspect for damage to equipment. Mark the number of cartons received in this condition on the delivering carrier's waybill, and request the services of their inspector.

If, upon opening a carton, concealed damage is discovered, open the entire shipment and note all equipment so damaged. Contact the delivering carrier and request inspection of the damaged equipment. Do not destroy the carton. The inspector from the freight company will need this to determine reason for damage.

Normally claims for any and all damages should be filed with the freight company within five working days after receipt of shipment.

All materials are sold F.O.B. Factory. It is the responsibility of the consignee to file claim with the delivering carrier for material received in a damaged condition.

LOCATING UNIT

BEFORE REMOVING SHIPPING CARTON, LOCATE UNIT IN ITS FINAL POSITION

The carton is plainly marked so as to indicate which is the outlet burner end of the unit which is also the end where the return and flue are located. Clearance should be provided in both the front and rear of the unit for cleaning. Where possible it is good practice to locate the unit so its sides are parallel to the chimney flue. In all instances locate unit as near chimney flue as possible in order to avoid use of a long flue pipe.

REMOVING CARTON

Once the packaged unit is in its proper place, cut all around the carton on the scored line as shown on carton. The entire carton may then be lifted from the skids.

If it is found necessary to move the unit a little more to place it in the exact location ready for piping, do so before removing skids.

DO NOT PUSH AGAINST ANY PART OF JACKET OR OIL BURNER WHEN MOVING UNIT. TO MOVE UNIT, PUSH AGAINST SKIDS, FLUE BOX OR SMOKE BOX . PUSHING AGAINST JACKET WILL RESULT IN DAMAGE.

REMOVING SKIDS

The skids are specially designed for easy removal. It is necessary, however, to follow these instructions carefully.

A. After unit is in proper place, remove the two cross pieces from skids by pulling out all scaffolding (double headed) nails.

B. By inserting pinch bar or 2" × 4" underneath the smoke box (rear of unit), tilt one side of unit just high enough to lift lugs out of holes in skid, then knock skid out from underneath unit. Then do the same thing on the other side of unit. THE UNIT IS NOT BOLTED TO THE SKIDS. The 3/4" lugs welded to the unit simply fit into the 3/4" holes in the skids.

IMPORTANT DO NOT TILT UNIT BY PUSHING AGAINST JACKET IT IS NOT NECESSARY AND BY DOING SO THE JACKET WILL BE DAMAGED

LEVELING UNIT

In case floor is uneven, unit may easily be made level by inserting shims under the 4 shipping lugs... Continue reading book >>




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