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Electric Water HeaterOWNERS MANUALFORCE 10 MARINE COMPANY23080 HAMILTON ROAD RICHMOND BC CANADA V6V 1C9 TEL 604 5220233 FAX 604 5229608If your water Heater is Damaged or you have questions regarding installation performance or operation please contact Force 10 Marine Customer Service at 18006638515 or you for selecting a Force 10 Marine Electric Water Heater Your unit was carefully inspected and tested at our factory We take pride in producing one of the finest Water Heaters for marine use Please take the time to read this manual carefully many of its instructions are essential to the safe operation of your unit Because of the continuing refinement of our product designs your Water Heater may possess features not discussed in the manual We have tried to supply all the information you might need so please take time to read this manual before using your Water Heater Force 10 advises strongly against unauthorized modification of this product but we do encourage you to correct problems which may arise Please make note of the model and serial number of your Water Heater for future reference Model Serial Any recommendation or advice by Force 10 Marine Company or any of its employees is given with the understanding that it is solely as an accommodation to the customer and should not be relied upon by the customer without an independent verification of its applicability to the customers particular SAFETY using electrical appliances basic safety precautions to reduce the risk of fire electric shock or injury to persons should be followed including Read all Instructions before Operating This water heater must be grounded Connect only to properly grounded circuit Install or locate this water heater only in accordance with the provided installation instructions Use this water heater only for its intended use as described in this manual Do not use an extension cord set with this water heaterPage 1 of 10 ENG00926 Do not operate this water heater if it has a damaged power line if it is not working properly or if it has been damaged or dropped This water heater should be serviced only by qualified service personnel Contact nearest authorized service facility for examination repair or This is an electrical appliance that requires a specific energy source Each unit is manufactured to run on either 120 OR 240 volt circuitry Be sure you have purchased the correct unit based on your power source This heater is equipped with a heat exchanger so that the water may be heated by the coolant from your engine This may cause the water temperature to get excessively hot unless your unit is equipped with a Temperature Control Valve which holds the temperature at approximately 140 deg F Do not operate this water heater if there is damage to the heater or if not performing properly Contact Force 10 for assistance The tank and heat exchanger are aluminum Do not use any chemicals in the heat exchanger that may cause damage to it Use only the engine manufacturers recommended coolant Do not use raw water in heat exchanger circuit Damage caused by a damaging chemical or salt reaction is not covered under gas is produced in a hot water system served by this heater that has not been used for a long period of time 2 weeks or more Hydrogen gas is extremely flammable To reduce the risk of injury under these conditions it is recommended that the hot water faucet be opened for several minutes at the kitchen sink before using any electrical appliance connected to the hot water system When hydrogen is present there will probably be an unusual sound such as air escaping through the pipe as the water begins to flow There should be no smoking or open flame near the faucet at the time it is open NOTE Small DC electric currents move between boat and shore through the safety ground wire in the shore cord causing galvanic damage to your water heater To prevent galvanic damage this product should be used in conjunction with a galvanic isolator These devices are inexpensive and easily installed Galvanic corrosion is not covered by warrantyPage 2 of 10 To reduce the risk of excessive pressures and temperatures in this water heater install temperature and pressure protective equipment required by local codes and no less than a combination temperature and pressure relief valve certified by a nationally recognized testing laboratory that maintains periodic inspection of production of listed equipment or materials as meeting the requirements for Relief Valves and Automatic Gas Shutoff Devices for Hot Water Supply Systems ANSI Z21221986 This valve must be marked with a maximum set pressure not to exceed the marked maximum working pressure of the water heater Install the valve into an opening provided and marked for this purpose in the water heater and orient it or provide tubing so that any discharge from the valve exits only within 6 inches above or at any distance below the structural floor and does not contact any live electrical part The discharge opening must not be blocked or reduced in size under any circumstances For your convenience this device has already been installed on you unit MOUNTING 1 If you are using the heat exchange feature locate the water heater as close to the engine as possible The heat exchanger port or TCV inlet if equipped must be lower that the coolant output port of the engine 2 Your unit is equipped with mounting brackets located either on the sides of the tank or the front and back of the tank Use stainless steel screws to securely fasten the heater PLUMBING 1 Connect cold water supply and hot water outlet to the heater as indicated on the front of the tank The tank is supplied with 12 NPT Female fitting Force 10 recommends the installation of a check valve on the cold water inlet Seal all pipe fittings with Teflon tape or Loctite thread sealant Thermal Expansion When a Water Heater is installed in a closed watersupply system such as one having a back flow preventer in the cold water supply means shall be provided to control thermal expansion 2 The heat exchanger inlet or TVC inlet if equipped and the outlet is a 58 hose barb fitting Connect hoses to the hose barb fitting using stainless steel hose clamps 3 If your unit is equipped with a TCV Temperature Compensation Valve the coolant loop to the water heater exchanger must be an auxiliary loop in the engine coolant circulation system The TCV can not be installed inline with the engine coolant system Figure 1 on page 5Page 3 of 10 CONNECTIONS Standard model without TCV654 2 3 11 2 3 4Cold Water In Drain Valve Heat Exchanger Inlet Heat Exchanger Return 5 SRV 6 Hot Water OutModel with TCV873 564 21 2 3 4 5 6 7 81Cold Water In Drain Valve Heat Exchanger Inlet Heat Exchanger Return SRV Hot Water out TCV TCV Adjustment NutPage 4 of 10 ENG00926HEAT EXCHANGER INSTALLATION DIAGRAM Figure14 A Temperature Pressure relief valve SRV is factory installed A drain hose should be installed to comply with ABYC standards Section H23 23742 in the Installation of Potable Water Systems chapter Due to thermal expansion the SRV may weep slightly This is normal 1 Remove the AC wiring access cover by unscrewing the screw at the top of the cover The bottom is held in by a tab The tab should be between the front case and the insulation 2 Connect the electrical supply by a qualified electrician The electrical supply shall be armored cable or conduit per NEC code ANSINFPA 701993 See figure 2 on page 7 for Wiring Diagrams Note Wiring diagram is located on the inside of the removable access panelPage 5 of 10 ENG009263 Connect Line Hot to the pigtail wire coming from the High Temperature Limiter Connect the Neutral to the unused screw terminal on the heating element marked with a white N 4 A strain relief should be installed in the hole on the front of the access panel to secure the AC wire 5 Ground the water heater using the ground connection screw on the inside of the access cover Do not use a switch in the grounding circuit ELECTRICAL IN HOT CONTROL ACCESS COVER HI TEMP LIMITER 120V 1500W PN 14456 240V 1500W PN 120V 240V 1500W PN 15214 SHOWN WITH OUT INSULATING COVERGROUND CONNECTION STUD POWER NUETRAL HEATER ELEMENT 6 11 20 Gallon 120VAC 1500W PN 14121 240VAC 1500W PN 14122 5 Gallon 120VAC 1500W PN 141215 240VAC 1500W PN 141225Page 6 of 10 ENG00926GROUND WIREWIRING DIAGRAMS Figure 2DO NOT CONNECT LINE HOT DIRECTLY TO THE When the Water Heater is operating from the AC Power water temperature in the tank is regulated at 140 deg F 60 deg C The thermostat is nonadjustable HEAT EXCHANGER When the Water Heater is operating from the Heat Exchanger water temperature in the tank will approach the temperature of the engine coolant If the Heater is equipped with a Temperature Control Valve TCV the water temperature in the tank will be regulated at approximately 140 deg F 60 deg C The Temperature Control Valve TCV regulates the flow of coolant through the Heat Exchanger by sensing the output temperature of the water in the tank As the output water temperature rises the thermal actuator closes the valve and restricts the coolant flow through the Heat Exchanger limiting the water temperature to approximately 140 deg F 60 deg F When the output water temperature cools the valve opens and allows engine coolant to flow through the heat exchangerPage 7 of 10 1 Completely fill the tank and entire water system Flush water through the tank to eliminate any trapped air 2 Check all connections for leaks 3 Apply power to the Water Heater and check to ensure the water is hot The water will meet maximum temperature within 2 hour Caution Do not operate water heater without the heating element submerged in water MAINTENANCE 1 Disconnect AC Power prior to draining the water system 2 Flush Tank periodically 3 If the temperature in the tank environment is going to drop below 32 deg F 0 C drain the tank to prevent freezing and possible damageTROUBLE SHOOTING GUIDEPROBLEMNo output from the tank Water does not get hot when plugged into AC PowerCAUSEAir Lock in the system High Limiter switch has tripped Failed Thermostat Element has burned all the water lines Cycle AC Power Replace Thermostat Replace Element Install Expansion tank Lift leaver to flush valve and reseat Tighten the collar hex nut on the TCV Replace O Ring Replace TCV Replace TCVWater Dripping from SRVThermal Expansion Valve poppet not seated from TCV Connection Bad sealLeak from TCV vent holeFailed temperature sensor seal Leaking shaft sealPage 8 of 10 Capacity Tank Material Case Material Weight Dry 5 Gallon Aluminum Stainless Steel 22 lb406XXX 6 Gallon Aluminum Stainless Steel 25 lb411XXX 11 Gallon Aluminum Stainless Steel 30 lb418XXX 20 Gallon Aluminum Stainless Steel 47 lbOverall Size including mounting plate WDHFront Back Mount Front Back Mount w TCV Side Mount Side Mount w TCV Cross MountNA NA 155 165 136 155 1675 136 NA136 20 136 136 205 136 155 195 136 155 20 136 NA16 225 16 16 23 16 1875 215 16 1875 22 16 NANA NA NA NA 1875 1875 295Standard Heat Exchanger Location Electrical Rating120 V 240 VFront 1500 Watts 125A 1500 Watts 625A Yes120 V UL 174 Including Marine Supplement CSA C222 No 11094Front 1500 Watts 125A 1500 Watts 625A YesFront 1500 Watts 125A 1500 Watts 625A YesFront 1500 Watts 125A 1500 Watts 625A YesIgnition Protection 174 Including Marine UL 174 Including Marine UL 174 Including Marine Supplement CSA C222 Supplement CSA C222 Supplement CSA C222 No No 11094 No 11094 11094240 VCE 12 NPT F 12 NPT F 58 Hose Barb 34 NPT F 2 YearsCE 12 NPT F 12 NPT F 58 Hose Barb 34 NPT F 2 YearsCE 12 NPT F 12 NPT F 58 Hose Barb 34 NPT F 2 YearsCE 12 NPT F 12 NPT F 58 Hose Barb 34 NPT F 2 Inlet Water Outlet Heat Exchanger sugject to change without noticePage 9 of 10 WarrantyForce 10 Marine Company warranties the Hot Water tank to the original consumer to be free from defective materials and workmanship while under normal use and service for a period of 2 year During the warranty period Force 10 Marine Company will at its option and without charge repair andor replace but not remove or reinstall the faulty product The purchaser will return defective products to the address stated below No product will be accepted by Force 10 Marine Company without a Return Authorization Number Return of defective products must be accompanied by written details of the problems and proof of purchase The buyer shall be responsible for shipping and insurance charges if any on the products returned for repair under the terms of this warranty Force 10 Marine Company will pay shipping of products returned to the buyer This limited warranty applies only to products that have been installed and used in accordance to printed instructions of Force 10 Marine Company and does not cover improper use vandalism negligence or accidentsFORCE 10 MARINE COMPANY 23080 HAMILTON ROAD RICHMOND BC CANADA V6V 1C9 TEL 604 5220233 FAX 604 5229608 WEB 10 of 10 REGISTRATION Name Address City StateProvince Country Zip Postal Code Telephone Email address MODEL SERIAL Purchase of Boat Model of Boat Purchased from Dealer Name Signature Mail to Date Force 10 Marine Company 23080 Hamilton Rd Richmond BC Canada V6V 1C9 604 5229608Fax to

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