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Dayton Heating &... | Answered on May 13, 2019

so you go to daytons website, download the manual and figure out what it means

Dayton Heating &... | Answered on Apr 06, 2019

The fan will run on for approx 1 minute after it has been turned off. This is to cool the unit down and clear any fumes or gas.

Dayton Heating &... | Answered on Mar 30, 2019

A safety is holding out the main gas valve from opening when call for heat ,check all safety switches to make sure they are closed

Dayton Heating &... | Answered on Mar 09, 2019

The High temperature limit controls how much heat your furnace will deliver. The higher the temperature the hotter the air it delivers. At the same time, the higher the temperature, the hotter the exhaust that is wasted energy. The amount of heat you need relates to outside temperature. Some more sophisticated controls would adjust the high limit to change with outside temperature However, with a fixed limit, the lower the limit the more efficient your operation. If you are looking for maximum efficiency, then you should lower the limit to the point where the fan runs continuously on a cold day. If the fan shuts down, it means that you are making more heat in the furnace than you need. You might want to change the high limit
to be higher in the colder part of the winter when you need maximum heat, and then lower it when the outside temperature worms up.
If you are getting adequate heat at 150 Deg. you should not go higher, because the higher the limit, the lower the efficiency and the greater the stress on the furnace.

Dayton Gas... | Answered on Mar 02, 2019

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Dayton Heating &... | Answered on Mar 01, 2019

I am seeing that this tstat says it handles 24-277 volts but when specs are pulled this tstat is a high voltage tstat. Obviously it could be done but what you really need is a simple 24 volt tstat wired to r and w. You can also get a tstat that doesnt have batteries if you wired in the C terminal.

Dayton Heating &... | Answered on Feb 08, 2019

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