Broan 114 User Manual
Factory Wired 240/208 V.A.C.
MODEL • 114
READ AND SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
1.All electrical work must be done in accordance with local and/ or National Electrical Code as applicable. For safety, this product must be grounded. If you are unfamiliar with methods of installing electrical wiring, secure the services of a qualified electrician.
2.Turn off power at service entrance before installing wiring, servicing, or cleaning this product.
3.Do not install heater upside down or sideways. Heater must be located in the horizontal position.
4.Do not recess louvered face of the heater more than three inches from the vertical face of any overhang (cabinet).
5.Do not locate heater behind doors, furniture, etc., where the air flow to the unit will be restricted.
6.To avoid electrical shock; do not install heater within arm’s length of tub or shower enclosure.
7.To avoid motor bearing damage and noisy and/or unbalanced impellers, keep drywall spray, construction dust, etc., off power unit.
8.Provide this heater with a separate electrical circuit following directions under “Wire the Heater” section.
9.This product is equipped with a thermostat which may start it automatically. Turn off power at service entrance before cleaning or servicing.
10.This heater includes a visual alarm to warn that parts are getting excessively hot. If the alarm lights are activated, immediately turn the heater off and inspect for any objects on or adjacent to the heater that may cause high temperatures.
11.Please read specification label on product for further information and requirements.
PLAN THE INSTALLATION
This heater is designed for installation in an enclosed space such as under a counter or kickspace to provide warm, gentle heat at the floor level. Reread Safety Notes 3 through 8 for guidelines in planning the installation.
The Model 114 is factory wired for 240/208 V.A.C. operation. It offers a choice of heat outputs and can be internally connected for multiple wattages at different voltages shown in the table below.
All ratings are
*See “FIELD CONVERSION TO 120 V.A.C.” section.
INSTALL THE HEATER
1.Mark the intended mounting location in the base plate under the counter or kickspace, and remove required material to provide for easy insertion and removal of the heater cabinet.
2.The unit will be secured in place with screws through the side angle support brackets. Provide adequate material behind side angle support for secure mounting.
Installer: Leave this manual with the homeowner. Homeowner: Use and Care information on page 3.
MODEL • 114
FIELD CONVERSION TO 120 V.A.C.
If a 120 V.A.C. circuit is to be used, make wiring changes as follows:
1.Disconnect white wire from heater element terminal “2” and connect it to terminal “4.” The heater will now operate at 120 V.A.C., 750W, 6.3A.
2.For 120 V.A.C, 1500W, 12.5A operation, add the short red jumper wire (provided) between terminals “1” and “2”.
3.Remove alarm light wire leads from terminals “1” and “3” of the high temperature limit. Remove white wire lead from limit terminal “1” and reconnect at limit terminal “3”. Secure wire leads with wire tie so there is no interference with unit operation.
NOTE: Terminal numbers are marked on the side of the blower housing, above the heater elements.
NOTE: The thermostat control circuit must be wired prior to the wiring of the heater unit.
This heater may be thermostatically controlled by either a line voltage
OPTIONAL LINE VOLTAGE
1.Locate thermostat on an inside wall away from all drafts and approximately
2.Route all wiring through the thermostat first and then to the heater.
OPTIONAL (MODEL 90)
1.Remove the top cover from the heater.
2.Remove the 5/8” knockout located on the left side of the front panel (use a screwdriver to remove the knockout). Also remove the two plastic hole plugs (see illustration).
3.Install thermostat from back side of front panel and fasten in place, from front, with two screws and washers provided (see illustrations).
4.Attach temperature control knob by gently pushing it on to the thermostat shaft. Flats on shaft and knob must line up for proper installation (do not force control knob onto shaft).
5.Remove black wire from thermal fuse and attach it to thermostat terminal marked “4”.
6.Remove white wire from temperature limit terminal marked “1” (Note: the other end of this wire is attached to incoming field wiring) and attach it to the thermostat terminal marked “1”.
7.Attach black thermostat wire to thermal fuse andwhite thermostat wire to the temperature limited marked “1”.
MODEL • 114
WIRE THE UNIT
WARNING: Disconnect power at service entrance before wiring this product.
1.Run electrical power cable to installation location. Provide two feet of slack to allow heater to be pulled out far enough to remove top cover for cleaning or servicing.
NOTE: It is recommended that flexible conduit be used for field wiring to the unit to protect the wires from sharp objects or hazardous environments.
NOTE: Be sure supply voltage meets the equipment requirement. Refer to the rating plate, unit wiring diagram and specification table.
2.Remove top cover for access to wiring box at rear of heater.
3.Remove one of the two knockouts and connect power cable to heater using appropriate connector. Allow at least six inches of wiring inside of wiring box.
1.Turn thermostat counterclockwise to its lowest setting.
2.Turn on power to circuit at service entrance.
3.Turn thermostat clockwise.The heating element and fan should come on. Set thermostat to desired temperature level. During proper operation, the heater will cycle on and off periodically.
If heater does not come on:
1.Return the thermostat to lowest setting.
2.Shut off power at service entrance.
3.Remove the top cover. Check for proper line voltage and reinspect wiring connections. Reread installation procedure making sure all steps were followed.
4.Also check the thermal fuse. It may be open and need to be replaced. Consult the service parts list for the part number of a replacement fuse. Follow the procedure described in the last paragraph of the warranty when ordering replacement parts.
NOTE: Always disconnect power at service entrance before cleaning or servicing heater.
The only maintenance required for this heater is to periodically vacuum the front grille and housing. Simply remove the two side angle support screws, slide heater out, and remove top cover for access to the blower housing.
4.Connect black to black, white to white and green (or bare wire) to ground screw, as shown. Tuck wires down inside the wiring box.
5.Replace top cover.
WARNING: Do not operate heater without top cover in place.
6. Slide heater into place and secure to mounting surface.
MODEL • 114
Cycling Thermal Overload Limit Switch
Heater Element (2 Required)
Strain Relief Bushing
Head AB Pt.
Head AB Pt.
Head Type F
(2 Required) (Optional)
Plastic Hole Plug (2 Required)
* Standard Hardware. May be purchased locally.
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