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For tankless service, repair, flushing  or tankless water heater repairs and parts call us.We are an autherized Takagi tankless hot water heater dealers. Full sales and service of on demand water heaters.

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On sale till March 15  T-KJR and TK-3 or untill supplies last. These tankless water heaters units come complete with everything you need to install.

Any appliance that deals with gas needs a licensed gas fitter to install.

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T-KJr   $2149.00 Can.

Comes with venting and flush out valves

The T-KJr model is the smallest unit in the Takagi line-up. The T-KJr is perfect for light residential (i.e. small apartment units) and radiant heating applications. Full service to nthese areas.Mississauga Oakville Burlington Etobicoke Milton Brampton and Toronto GTAMississauga Oakville Burlington Etobicoke Milton Brampton and Toronto GTA  

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T-KJr2-IN/OS  Call for pricing

The all new T-KJr2 model is available in 2 models the T-KJr2-IN and T-KJr2-OS having a max GPM of 6.6GPM. The T-KJr2 model is the smallest unit in the Takagi line-up. The T-KJr2 is perfect for light residential (i.e. small apartment units) and radiant heating applications. Sales and repair Mississauga Oakville Hamilton Brantford, Port dover Ontario. Scarborough Toronto.Dundas Ontario Canada

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T-K4-IN/OS Call for pricing

The all new T-K4 models have an impresive max GPM of 8.0GPM !  The T-K4-OShas a built-in power venting system and was designed specifically for outdoor installations. The T-K4-OS does not require any additional Category III venting or vent caps, making installation one step easier for installers. The T-K4-IN can be installed indoor with option DV kit available.

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T-K3  $Call.00 Can.

Comes with venting and valves complete.

The T-K3 model, also known as the "Revolutionary T-K3," is one of Takagi's most versatile and powerful residential units. The T-K3 offers Easy-Link capability, which allows you to connect up to four units without the use of a controller unit. The T-K3 can also be converted to a direct vent model Sales in Hamilton, Brantford port dover, Niagara, St Catharines Wellan Miss., Oakville Burlington..

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T-D2-IN/OS Call for pricing

The NEW T-D2-IN/OS model was specifically designed for light commercial applications. The T-D3-IN/OS offers all the features of the "Revolutionary T-K3-Pro" model and now has an outside specific model along with a max flow rate of 10.0GPM. Try the new T-D2-IN/OS and see why Takagi offers the most durable and best quality commercial tankless heaters on the market! Boiler and heating systems can be combined with Tankless water heaters. Infloor heating and radiant heating services.

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T-K3-Pro Call for pricing

The NEW T-K3-Pro model was specifically designed for light commercial applications.  The T-K3-Pro offers all the features of the "Revolutionary T-K3" model and utilizes HRS-35 copper alloy.  Try the new T-K3-Pro and see why Takagi offers the most durable and best quality commercial tankless heaters on the market! Great for boiler replacement for infllor heating systems.

       

 

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T-H2

Now Available   
The T-H2 model is available in either Direct Vent (only) or Outdoor (only) models. Takagi's T-H2 "2nd Generation High Efficiency Tankless" unit, is one of the most energy efficient tankless units (up to 0.90 EF) in the Tankless industry.  The T-H2 was designed for residential and light commercial use and offers Easy-Link and much more.

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T-H2-DV Specification Sheet
T-H2-OS Specification Sheet

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T-M32

The NEW T-M32 model was specifically designed for heavy-duty commercial applications.  The T-M32 offers "true commercial grade" components and can be Easy-Linked and Multi-Linked to meet high demands.  Try the new T-M32 or T-M32 ASME model and see why Takagi offers the most durable and best quality commercial tankless heaters on the market!  

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T-M50

The NEW T-M50 model, also know as "The Monster" was specifically designed for heavy-duty commercial applications.  The T-M50 offers "true commercial grade" components and can be Easy-Linked and Multi-Linked to meet high demands.  The T-M50 also offers a dual-combustion system for added redundancy.  Try the new T-M50 or T-M50 ASME model and see why Takagi offers the most durable and best quality commercial tankless heaters on the market! 

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Tankless Water Heaters

We repair most tankless water heaters. We troubleshoot tankless and do repair and service to Takagi tankless ondemand gas heaters. Leave tankless troubleshooting to the experts. (
 

Quick Overview

Since there is no tank to fill, there is no end to your supply of hot water. Depending on the model, Takagi Tankless water heaters deliver between 200 gallons and 500 gallons of hot water every hour on demand. Tankless systems guarantee that an endless supply of water is available to residences, commercial spaces or anywhere a constant source of hot water is needed.

Tankless water heaters, also known as inline, instantaneous or continuous flow, have every reason to be called a good option. The thing is that the conventional water heaters cannot compete with tankles ones.

As it goes without saying, tankless water heaters have no reservoirs. The process of heating takes nothing, but a few seconds. That is the reason why they are called instantaneous. A lot of advantages are associated with the absence of reservoir. For example, tankless water heaters don't have to reheat the woter contained in the tank over and over again. This advantage reduces your energy bill.

Tankless water heaters usually supply hot water to all appliances and for the whole house. However, there are smaller models that are designed to heat water for limited area. Point-of-use tankless water heaters are very convenient to locate, for example one might place them under a sink.

By and large, tankless water heaters are convenient, efficient and reliable. They don't take up much room and thus look quite compact.

 

What are tankless water heaters?

Tankless units – also known as on-demand water heaters – produce hot water only when it is needed.  This differs from conventional hot water tanks, which store a typical 150 litres (40 gallons) or more of water at a constant temperature – resulting in standby losses, from dissipated heat, of up to 20 per cent.  Tankless units range in size from less than 15 litres (four gallons) to more than 42 litres (11 gallons) of hot water per minute and vary in efficiency from about 80 to 98 per cent, the latter usually employing newer, condensing technology. By contrast, many conventional tanks have an efficiency rating of 60 per cent or less.

How do tankless heaters work?

When hot water is demanded, an electronic ignition spark fires a burner, which (via a heat exchanger) heats water running through a maze of copper pipes.  Within a few seconds, the water should be hot enough to use.  The heater keeps producing hot water, at its rated litres/gallons per minute, as long as it’s demanded.  As soon as the hot water is no longer needed, the heater automatically turns off. 

What are other benefits of tankless water heaters?

  • Because they are not much bigger than an electric panel and can hang on a wall, tankless heaters require very little space compared with a conventional tank.
  • Their lifespan is about 20 years, about twice as long as conventional tanks, which also tend to become less efficient as they build up with sediments.
  • Most tankless units use electronic ignition instead of conventional tanks’ pilot lights, which steadily consume gas and can go out.
  • Tankless heaters can produce an endless supply of hot water, at their rated capacity, and thus won’t suddenly run out, say, in the middle of a shower.  The downside of running the hot water longer than needed is it defeats the energy-efficiency potential of tankless heaters.
  • A tankless heater can be an ideal choice if you’re away for long stretches of time.  That’s because it consumes no energy when it’s not in use, unlike a tank, which normally keeps 150 litres (40 gallons) of water continuously heated when you’re away, for example, on a three-week vacation.

Will a tankless heater produce enough hot water to meet my needs?

If you need to use two or more hot-water appliances or fixtures at the same time, a tankless heater might not meet your needs.  If, for example, your tankless unit has a maximum capacity of 16 litres (4.2 gallons) per minute and you want to run your dishwasher and washing machine at the same time, or have two simultaneous showers, the demand could outstrip the supply.

You might be able to circumvent this problem by staggering your hot water uses (some appliances have timers, for example, allowing you to delay their operation), doing your laundry in cold water or by replacing inefficient washing machines, dishwashers, showerheads and faucet aerators with low-flow units.  You can also buy larger-capacity heaters, which can have outputs as high as 42-plus litres (11-plus gallons) per minute but they cost more.

Are there any other potential drawbacks?

Some users complain of delays in getting hot water, though this is also true, to a certain extent, with conventional hot water tanks.  The problem is exacerbated when the tankless heater is a long ways from its intended use; it can be mitigated by placing the heater closer or by having more than one heater, each close to its intended use – though this certainly raises the total cost of producing hot water.  As well, tankless heaters, with a minimum flow of two litres (0.5 gallons) or more, may not fire at all when just a trickle of hot water is needed, say, for shaving.

Up to a third of our monthly energy bills go towards heating water and this is indeed a major expense for any home and if you're looking to save money, then you want to look at all the options available. This is where tankless water heaters have their uses and they have a number of advantages in helping you to save money while being particularly economical and efficient.

Water is normally heated in your house and stored in a boiler. This is the case with any other systems are a tankless water heater. The boiler then needs to be kept hot in such situations which of course costs more money on the energy bills. A tankless water heated basically heats the water as it runs so energy is only being consumed when you are running hot water straight from the tap.

Because of this, the reason it saves on your energy bill is pretty obvious. The amount of annual savings can be quite considerable and also coupled with the efficiency of such water heaters, they can be well worth the investment. However, as with everything, there are high quality products and low quality products.

Quality - with higher quality you have a longer life of water heaters, better technology, higher performance and efficiency, fancier look, and sometimes longer warranty, but they are more expensive.

 

While tankless water heaters may appear to be relatively new to many of us here in Canada, they have actually been used in many European countries for years. We have just been slow to adopt the design, although they seem to be making great strides in the advancing technology these days.

Since more and more people are beginning to turn to the “new” tankless style, we are finding that the tankless water heater prices are beginning to drop and becoming more available to homeowners as an alternative option for heating their water. They actually have quite a few benefits over the more traditional style of water heaters.

Heating water accounts for up to 30 percent of the average home's energy budget. Some makers of gas-fired tankless hot water heaters claim their products can cut your energy costs up to half over regular storage heaters. So is it time to switch?

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Tankless hot water heater Troubleshooting & Repair service.

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Takagi tankless heaters have proven themselves to be highly reliable over the years, requiring little maintenance or repair. However, a few minor service requirements should be performed at least once a year to insure trouble-free performance. These are outlined in your Service and Installation Manual under “Maintenance and Service.”


External Troubleshooting

A very high percentage of service problems requiring troubleshooting can usually be traced to causes external to the unit. These problems in order of occurrence are:


Improper Venting: The most common error is the use of normal B-vent, which can quickly destroy the heat exchanger due to acidic condensation. Improper venting is also unsafe. All Takagi tankless water heaters must use sealed stainless steel vent pipe approved for use in Category III appliances.
Gas Supply Line Problems: Undersized Line: There is a great tendency to just “hook up to the existing gas line,” which is usually only ½ inch diameter. As stated in the installation manual and in this guide, the minimum size is ¾ inch, but this size is good only for certain lengths from the source. Strict attention must be paid to the gas-line requirements section in the installation manual. Make sure that you size for the maximum BTU per hour rating and not the minimum.
Incorrect Gas Pressure: The working pressure should be from 5 to 10½ inches WC for Natural Gas and 9½ to 14 inches for Liquid Propane, depending on the model.
Wrong Type of Gas: Make sure that you order the correct heater for the type of gas you will be using, Natural Gas or Liquid Propane. There is no modification available to change the unit.
Water Flow/Temperature Fluctuation Problems: If there is a low flow from the heater, the first thing to check would be the input filter. Turn off the cold supply, relieve the hot pressure and remove the filter to check for debris. Clean or replace the filter and then check the flow again. If there is inadequate hot water or variations in temperature, check for plumbing “cross flow,” which means there is a connection somewhere between hot and cold. This may be as inconspicuous as a worn seal in a one-handle faucet. To check for this, shut off the cold supply to the heater and open either the pressure relief valve or any hot-water faucet. If there is a steady flow of water from the hot output after the pipe has drained, there is a cross flow somewhere that must be fixed.
Other causes of temperature fluctuations can be missing or incorrectly installed check valve, especially on multiple systems. The gas line may be too small, or the heater temperature may be set too high in an effort to “get more hot water.” This can cause a shower to be turned too far to the cold side, which doesn’t allow enough hot-water flow to keep the heater on steadily. In most circumstances, the heater should be set to its default of 122°F.
Hard Water Problems: In areas where the water is very hard with high levels of calcium and magnesium (about 9+ grains per gallon or 70 to 140 parts per million), Takagi recommends that the water be treated with a water softener or some other de-scaling device. Do not use a reverse osmosis process! It will destroy the heat exchanger. Removing minerals or keeping them in suspension will greatly lengthen the life of the heater and reduce service problems.
Environmental Issues: The heaters should be installed in relatively clean areas with access to combustion air that is free from dust, lint, grease, or chemicals. If any of these conditions are present, a direct vent model should be installed. For this reason, restaurant, beauty salon and industrial applications should always get a direct vent unit, which draws it combustion air from the outside.



Internal Troubleshooting and Repair


Internal troubleshooting should be done only after all of the above external criteria have been thoroughly checked and repaired. If the heater still does not work correctly, here are some basic steps to take with all Takagi models. A more in-depth troubleshooting guide is available in the Service and Installation Manual provided with the heater.

Remove the front cover.
Make sure there is AC power to the unit by pressing the test button on the black GFCI panel
The red LED should turn on. If it does not, check for power to the unit or blown fuses. Push the reset button. The LED will turn off and the unit should be ready to fire.
Make sure that there is gas supply to the unit. This should be done using a pressure gauge or by verification from the gas company.
Make sure there is good water flow. If there is not, check the filter, as described above under water flow problems. Check for reversed hot and cold lines. (Oops! Even licensed professional plumbers can make an occasional mistake.) Do you have adequate water pressure and flow? All units need 0.75 gallons per minute to activate, except the T-K3, which needs 0.5 GPM.
Check the following sequence of events after turning a hot water fixture on:

1. The fan turns on.
2. The igniter starts sparking or clicking.
3. The gas valves “clunk” as they open up.
4. A flame appears in the viewing window and the red “burner on” lamp lights up.
5. Adequate hot water starts flowing out of the unit in about 6 to 10 seconds. This timing applies to all Takagi models except the T-M1, which may take a few seconds longer.
If one of the above does not happen, use one of the following methods to determine the cause of the problem:

1. Check the hi-limit switch at the upper-left-hand corner of the heat exchanger. It is a small, black, round switch that may have a center button popped out slightly. This may have happened randomly, or it may be a sign that your heat exchanger is clogging up with deposits and needs to be flushed out. If resetting this switch causes the heater to run temporarily before the button pops out again, a service call is required.
2. Use your service manual’s “Common Troubleshooting” section to determine what is causing the problem. This section explains the meaning of the error codes, which are shown as flashing LED’s on the computer board or as numeric codes on a remote control. These error codes are also available on the Takagi Translator, a tool for selecting the proper Takagi model for any hot-water application.

 

 

Item #   Part #  Description Common parts for other units
   
T-KJr./T-K1S   
   
1  EKJ07  Case assembly 
2 EKJ11  Front cover 
3 EW002  Screw M4×10 (Coated)  *
4 EKJ09  Bracket  TK3,Pro,OS,SP
5 EKJ43  Back guard panel 
6 EW000  Screw M4×12 (w/washer)  *
7 EKJ05  Transformer 
8 EKN35  Pressure switch 
101 EKJ37  Burner assembly 
102 EW003  Screw M4×10  *
103 EKN61  Rod cap  TK3,Pro,OS,SP,TH1TM32,TM50,TK1S
104 EKJ44  High voltage ignite cable  TH1
105 EKN52  Flame sensor wire  TK1S
106 EM167  Wire clamp 60 TK2,TKD20,TK3,Pro,OS,SP,TH1,TM1,TM199,TM32,TM50,TK1S
107 EKJ03 Manifold assembly with gas valve assembly (LP) 
 EKJ04 Manifold assembly with gas valve assembly (NG) 
108 EKJ56 Manifold gasket 
109 EW00E  Screw M4×14  *
110 EKN22  Manifold pressure port screw  TH1,TM1,TM199,TK1S
111 EKJ31  Gas valve wire 
112 EKN53  Proportional gas valve wire  TK1S
113 EKJ00  Gas inlet 
114 EK042  O-ring P20 NBR (Black)  TK2,TKD20,TK3,Pro,OS,SP,TM50
115 EW00F  Pan screw M4×10 (w/washer)  TK1S
116 EKJ13  GFI plate 
117 EKN73  Ground fault circuit interrupter  TK3,Pro
118  EKN19  AC100V wire 
119 EW00G  Screw M4×12  *
120 EKN74  Igniter  TK3,Pro,OS,SP,TH1,TM32,TM50,TK1S
121 EKJ32  IG-EH wire 
122 EKJ59  Freeze protection thermostat  TK2,TK3,Pro,SP,TM32,
123 EW004 Hex head screw M4×12 (w/washer) 
124 EKJ41  Fan motor 
125 EKJ55  Pressure switch sensing plate 
126 EK275  Silicon tube  TK2,TKD20
127 EKJ10  Silicon ring 
128 EW00H  Pan screw M4×12 (w/washer)  *
129 EKN63  Overheat cut-off fuse fixing plate  TH1
130  EKN62  Overheat-cut-off-fuse 
131 EK029  Fuse fixing plate 14  TK2,TKD20,TK3,Pro,OS,SP,TM1,TM199
132 EKN34  Hi limit switch  TK3,Pro,OS,SP,TH1,TM32,TM50
133  EW00A  Screw M3×6  *
134 EW00J  Screw M4×12 
135  EK022  Gas filter  TM1,TM199
139  EKJ45  Flame rod 
140 EKJ48  Igniter rod 
401 EKJ36  Heat exchanger assembly 
402 EZM16  O-ring P16 EPDM (Purple) TK2,TKD20,TK3,Pro,OS,SP,TH1,TM1,TM199,TM32,TM50,TK1S
403 EKJ47  Pipe heater 120 
404 EKJ40  Fixing plate  TH1,TK1S
405  EKJ01  Water inlet 
406 EKN68  Inlet drain plug  TH1,TK1S
407 EZM15  O-ring P15 EPDM (Purple)  TK3,Pro,OS,SP,TH1,TM32,TM50,TK1S
408 EKN65  Filter  TH1,TK1S
409 EKJ46  Freeze protection heater 
410 EKN69  Inlet thermistor  TK1S
411 EZM04  O-ring P4 EPDM (Purple) TK2,TKD20,TK3,Pro,OS,SP,TH1,TM1,TM199,TM32,TM50,TK1S
412 EW00L Pan screw M4×6 (w/washer)   *
413 EM192  Fastener “16A” TK2,TKD20,TK3,Pro,OS,SP,TH1,TM1,TM199,TM32,TK1S
414 EKJ02  Water outlet 
415  EK046  Outlet drain plug  TM1,TM199
416  EZM06  O-ring P6 EPDM (Purple) TK2,TKD20,TK3,Pro,OS,SP,TH1,TM1,TM199,TM32,TM50,TK1S
417 EKJ42  Outlet thermistor 
418 EKJ12  Inlet connecting pipe 
419 EKN28  Flow adjustment valve  TK1S
420 EKN70  Flow sensor  TK1S
421 EKJ57  Heater 100 
701 EKJ06  Computer board 
702 EKN72  Computer board cover  TK1S
703 EKJ64  Junction box 
704 EW014  Screw M4×8 (w/washer) 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Item #   Part #  Description Common parts for other units
   
T-KJr./T-K1S   
   
1  EKJ07  Case assembly 
2 EKJ11  Front cover 
3 EW002  Screw M4×10 (Coated)  *
4 EKJ09  Bracket  TK3,Pro,OS,SP
5 EKJ43  Back guard panel 
6 EW000  Screw M4×12 (w/washer)  *
7 EKJ05  Transformer 
8 EKN35  Pressure switch 
101 EKJ37  Burner assembly 
102 EW003  Screw M4×10  *
103 EKN61  Rod cap  TK3,Pro,OS,SP,TH1TM32,TM50,TK1S
104 EKJ44  High voltage ignite cable  TH1
105 EKN52  Flame sensor wire  TK1S
106 EM167  Wire clamp 60 TK2,TKD20,TK3,Pro,OS,SP,TH1,TM1,TM199,TM32,TM50,TK1S
107 EKJ03 Manifold assembly with gas valve assembly (LP) 
 EKJ04 Manifold assembly with gas valve assembly (NG) 
108 EKJ56 Manifold gasket 
109 EW00E  Screw M4×14  *
110 EKN22  Manifold pressure port screw  TH1,TM1,TM199,TK1S
111 EKJ31  Gas valve wire 
112 EKN53  Proportional gas valve wire  TK1S
113 EKJ00  Gas inlet 
114 EK042  O-ring P20 NBR (Black)  TK2,TKD20,TK3,Pro,OS,SP,TM50
115 EW00F  Pan screw M4×10 (w/washer)  TK1S
116 EKJ13  GFI plate 
117 EKN73  Ground fault circuit interrupter  TK3,Pro
118  EKN19  AC100V wire 
119 EW00G  Screw M4×12  *
120 EKN74  Igniter  TK3,Pro,OS,SP,TH1,TM32,TM50,TK1S
121 EKJ32  IG-EH wire 
122 EKJ59  Freeze protection thermostat  TK2,TK3,Pro,SP,TM32,
123 EW004 Hex head screw M4×12 (w/washer) 
124 EKJ41  Fan motor 
125 EKJ55  Pressure switch sensing plate 
126 EK275  Silicon tube  TK2,TKD20
127 EKJ10  Silicon ring 
128 EW00H  Pan screw M4×12 (w/washer)  *
129 EKN63  Overheat cut-off fuse fixing plate  TH1
130  EKN62  Overheat-cut-off-fuse 
131 EK029  Fuse fixing plate 14  TK2,TKD20,TK3,Pro,OS,SP,TM1,TM199
132 EKN34  Hi limit switch  TK3,Pro,OS,SP,TH1,TM32,TM50
133  EW00A  Screw M3×6  *
134 EW00J  Screw M4×12 
135  EK022  Gas filter  TM1,TM199
139  EKJ45  Flame rod 
140 EKJ48  Igniter rod 
401 EKJ36  Heat exchanger assembly 
402 EZM16  O-ring P16 EPDM (Purple) TK2,TKD20,TK3,Pro,OS,SP,TH1,TM1,TM199,TM32,TM50,TK1S
403 EKJ47  Pipe heater 120 
404 EKJ40  Fixing plate  TH1,TK1S
405  EKJ01  Water inlet 
406 EKN68  Inlet drain plug  TH1,TK1S
407 EZM15  O-ring P15 EPDM (Purple)  TK3,Pro,OS,SP,TH1,TM32,TM50,TK1S
408 EKN65  Filter  TH1,TK1S
409 EKJ46  Freeze protection heater 
410 EKN69  Inlet thermistor  TK1S
411 EZM04  O-ring P4 EPDM (Purple) TK2,TKD20,TK3,Pro,OS,SP,TH1,TM1,TM199,TM32,TM50,TK1S
412 EW00L Pan screw M4×6 (w/washer)   *
413 EM192  Fastener “16A” TK2,TKD20,TK3,Pro,OS,SP,TH1,TM1,TM199,TM32,TK1S
414 EKJ02  Water outlet 
415  EK046  Outlet drain plug  TM1,TM199
416  EZM06  O-ring P6 EPDM (Purple) TK2,TKD20,TK3,Pro,OS,SP,TH1,TM1,TM199,TM32,TM50,TK1S
417 EKJ42  Outlet thermistor 
418 EKJ12  Inlet connecting pipe 
419 EKN28  Flow adjustment valve  TK1S
420 EKN70  Flow sensor  TK1S
421 EKJ57  Heater 100 
701 EKJ06  Computer board 
702 EKN72  Computer board cover  TK1S
703 EKJ64  Junction box 
704 EW014  Screw M4×8 (w/washer) 

 

 

 

 

 

 

T-KJr./T-K1S   
   
1  EKJ07  Case assembly 
2 EKJ11  Front cover 
3 EW002  Screw M4×10 (Coated)  *
4 EKJ09  Bracket  TK3,Pro,OS,SP
5 EKJ43  Back guard panel 
6 EW000  Screw M4×12 (w/washer)  *
7 EKJ05  Transformer 
8 EKN35  Pressure switch 
101 EKJ37  Burner assembly 
102 EW003  Screw M4×10  *
103 EKN61  Rod cap  TK3,Pro,OS,SP,TH1TM32,TM50,TK1S
104 EKJ44  High voltage ignite cable  TH1
105 EKN52  Flame sensor wire  TK1S
106 EM167  Wire clamp 60 TK2,TKD20,TK3,Pro,OS,SP,TH1,TM1,TM199,TM32,TM50,TK1S
107 EKJ03 Manifold assembly with gas valve assembly (LP) 
 EKJ04 Manifold assembly with gas valve assembly (NG) 
108 EKJ56 Manifold gasket 
109 EW00E  Screw M4×14  *
110 EKN22  Manifold pressure port screw  TH1,TM1,TM199,TK1S
111 EKJ31  Gas valve wire 
112 EKN53  Proportional gas valve wire  TK1S
113 EKJ00  Gas inlet 
114 EK042  O-ring P20 NBR (Black)  TK2,TKD20,TK3,Pro,OS,SP,TM50
115 EW00F  Pan screw M4×10 (w/washer)  TK1S
116 EKJ13  GFI plate 
117 EKN73  Ground fault circuit interrupter  TK3,Pro
118  EKN19  AC100V wire 
119 EW00G  Screw M4×12  *
120 EKN74  Igniter  TK3,Pro,OS,SP,TH1,TM32,TM50,TK1S
121 EKJ32  IG-EH wire 
122 EKJ59  Freeze protection thermostat  TK2,TK3,Pro,SP,TM32,
123 EW004 Hex head screw M4×12 (w/washer) 
124 EKJ41  Fan motor 
125 EKJ55  Pressure switch sensing plate 
126 EK275  Silicon tube  TK2,TKD20
127 EKJ10  Silicon ring 
128 EW00H  Pan screw M4×12 (w/washer)  *
129 EKN63  Overheat cut-off fuse fixing plate  TH1
130  EKN62  Overheat-cut-off-fuse 
131 EK029  Fuse fixing plate 14  TK2,TKD20,TK3,Pro,OS,SP,TM1,TM199
132 EKN34  Hi limit switch  TK3,Pro,OS,SP,TH1,TM32,TM50
133  EW00A  Screw M3×6  *
134 EW00J  Screw M4×12 
135  EK022  Gas filter  TM1,TM199
139  EKJ45  Flame rod 
140 EKJ48  Igniter rod 
401 EKJ36  Heat exchanger assembly 
402 EZM16  O-ring P16 EPDM (Purple) TK2,TKD20,TK3,Pro,OS,SP,TH1,TM1,TM199,TM32,TM50,TK1S
403 EKJ47  Pipe heater 120 
404 EKJ40  Fixing plate  TH1,TK1S
405  EKJ01  Water inlet 
406 EKN68  Inlet drain plug  TH1,TK1S
407 EZM15  O-ring P15 EPDM (Purple)  TK3,Pro,OS,SP,TH1,TM32,TM50,TK1S
408 EKN65  Filter  TH1,TK1S
409 EKJ46  Freeze protection heater 
410 EKN69  Inlet thermistor  TK1S
411 EZM04  O-ring P4 EPDM (Purple) TK2,TKD20,TK3,Pro,OS,SP,TH1,TM1,TM199,TM32,TM50,TK1S
412 EW00L Pan screw M4×6 (w/washer)   *
413 EM192  Fastener “16A” TK2,TKD20,TK3,Pro,OS,SP,TH1,TM1,TM199,TM32,TK1S
414 EKJ02  Water outlet 
415  EK046  Outlet drain plug  TM1,TM199
416  EZM06  O-ring P6 EPDM (Purple) TK2,TKD20,TK3,Pro,OS,SP,TH1,TM1,TM199,TM32,TM50,TK1S
417 EKJ42  Outlet thermistor 
418 EKJ12  Inlet connecting pipe 
419 EKN28  Flow adjustment valve  TK1S
420 EKN70  Flow sensor  TK1S
421 EKJ57  Heater 100 
701 EKJ06  Computer board 
702 EKN72  Computer board cover  TK1S
703 EKJ64  Junction box 
704 EW014  Screw M4×8 (w/washer) 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Item #   Part #  Description Common parts for other units
   
T‐K4‐IN / T‐K4‐OS   
   
001 EK402  Case assembly (IN)  T‐D2‐IN
 EKK41  Case assembly (OS)  T‐K3‐OS, T‐D2‐OS
002 EK403 Front cover (IN) 
 EK409  Front cover (OS) 
003  EK401  Air blockage plate  T‐KJr2‐IN/OS, T‐D2‐IN/OS
004  EKJ09  Bracket T‐K3, T‐K3‐Pro, T‐K3‐SP/OS, T‐KJr2‐IN/OS,T‐D2‐IN/OS
005  EKJ64  Junction box T‐K3, T‐K3‐Pro, T‐K3‐SP/OS, T‐H2‐DV/OS,T‐KJr2‐IN/OS, T‐D2‐IN/OS, T‐M50, T‐M32
006  EKJ66  Junction box inner plate T‐K3, T‐K3‐Pro, T‐K3‐SP/OS, T‐H2‐DV/OS,T‐KJr2‐IN/OS, T‐D2‐IN/OS
007 EKK5H  Back guard panel  T‐K3, T‐K3‐Pro, T‐K3‐SP/OS, T‐D2‐IN/OS
050 EW000  Screw M4×12 (W/Washer)  *
051 EW001  Screw M4×10 (W/Washer) *
052  EW002  Screw M4×10 (Coated)  *
053  EW003  Screw M4x10  *
054  EW004  Hex head screw M4×12 (W/Washer)  *
055  EW005  Hex head screw M4x8  *
056  EX014  Screw M4x10  *
057  EW00B  Screw M3x6 SUS3  *
058  EW008  Screw M3x10 *
059 EW00H Pan screw M4x12 (W/Washer) *
060  EW024  Pan screw M4x10 FEZN *
061  EKK31  Tap tight screw M4x12 FEZN  *
062 EW006  Pan screw M4x10 *
063   EW00A Screw M3x6  *
064  EW009  Screw M4x6 *
065  EW00D  Pan screw M4x8 *
066  EC00X  Nylon clamp T‐K3, T‐K3‐Pro, T‐K3‐SP/OS, T‐H2‐DV/OS,T‐KJr2‐IN/OS, T‐D2‐IN/OS, T‐M32
067  EM167  Wire clamp 60 T‐K3, T‐K3‐Pro, T‐K3‐SP/OS, T‐H2‐DV/OS,
101 EKH5W  Burner assembly  T‐H2‐DV/OS, T‐D2‐IN/OS
102 EKH6T  Manifold with gas valve assembly  LP T‐H2‐DV/OS, T‐D2‐IN/OS
 EKK5K  Manifold with gas valve assembly  NA T‐D2‐IN/OS
103 EKK25 Fan motor T‐K3, T‐K3‐Pro, T‐K3‐SP, T‐H2‐DV/OS, T‐D2‐IN,T‐M50, T‐M32
 EKK54   T‐K3‐OS , T‐D2‐OS
104  EKK0G  Burner holder gasket T‐K3, T‐K3‐Pro, T‐K3‐SP/OS, T‐H2‐DV/OS,T‐D2‐IN/OS, T‐M50
105  EKK2X Burner gasket T‐K3, T‐K3‐Pro, T‐K3‐SP/OS, T‐H2‐DV/OS,T‐KJr2‐IN/OS, T‐D2‐IN/OS
106  EKK2V  Burner window T‐K3, T‐K3‐Pro, T‐K3‐SP/OS, T‐H2‐DV/OS,T‐KJr2‐IN/OS, T‐D2‐IN/OS, T‐M50, T‐M32
107 EKK2W  Rod holder gasket T‐H2‐DV/OS, T‐KJr2‐IN/OS, T‐D2‐IN/OS, T‐M50,T‐M32
108 EKK0E Flame rod T‐K3, T‐K3‐Pro, T‐K3‐SP/OS, T‐H2‐DV/OS,T‐D2‐IN/OS, T‐M50, T‐M32
109  EKK0F  Igniter rod T‐K3, T‐K3‐Pro, T‐K3‐SP/OS, T‐H2‐DV/OS,T‐D2‐IN/OS, T‐M50, T‐M32
110  EKK32  Rod holder T‐K3, T‐K3‐Pro, T‐K3‐SP/OS, T‐H2‐DV/OS,T‐D2‐IN/OS, T‐M50, T‐M32
111  EKN61  Rod cap T‐K3, T‐K3‐Pro, T‐K3‐SP/OS, T‐H2‐DV/OS,T‐KJr2‐IN/OS, T‐D2‐IN/OS, T‐M50, T‐M32
112  EK412  Burner damper  T‐D2‐IN/OS
113 EKK2Y  Manifold gasket A T‐K3, T‐K3‐Pro, T‐K3‐SP/OS, T‐H2‐DV/OS,T‐KJr2‐IN/OS, T‐D2‐IN/OS, T‐M50
114  EKK2K Manifold gasket B T‐K3, T‐K3‐Pro, T‐K3‐SP/OS, T‐H2‐DV/OS,T‐KJr2‐IN/OS, T‐D2‐IN/OS, T‐M50
115  TU001  Fan damper  T‐D2‐IN
116 EKK2D  Pressure port T‐K3, T‐K3‐Pro, T‐K3‐SP, T‐H2‐DV/OS, T‐D2‐IN/OS,T‐M50, T‐M32
117 EKK2N Combustion chamber tube T‐K3, T‐K3‐Pro, T‐K3‐SP, T‐H2‐DV/OS, T‐D2‐IN
 EX019   T‐D2‐OS, T‐M50
118 EKK1E  Gas inlet T‐K3, T‐K3‐Pro, T‐K3‐SP/OS, T‐H2‐DV/OS,T‐KJr2‐IN/OS, T‐D2‐IN/OS
119  EKK2Z Gas inlet ring T‐K3, T‐K3‐Pro, T‐K3‐SP/OS, T‐H2‐DV/OS,T‐KJr2‐IN/OS, T‐D2‐IN/OS
120  EKK1B  Igniter plate T‐K3, T‐K3‐Pro, T‐K3‐SP/OS, T‐H2‐DV/OS,T‐KJr2‐IN/OS, T‐D2‐IN/OS, T‐M50, T‐M32
121  EKK4H  Surge box plate  T‐KJR2‐IN/OS
150 EZP18 O‐ring P18 NBR (Black) T‐K3, T‐K3‐Pro, T‐K3‐SP/OS, T‐KJr2‐IN/OS,T‐D2‐IN/OS, T‐M50
151  EK042 O‐ring P20 NBR (Black) T‐K3, T‐K3‐Pro, T‐K3‐SP/OS, T‐H2‐DV/OS,T‐KJr2‐IN/OS, T‐D2‐IN/OS, T‐M50
152 EKK3G  Silicon ring  T‐K3‐OS, T‐D2‐OS, T‐M50
153  EKK53 Rain protection plate in Exhaust chamber T‐K3‐SP/OS, T‐D2‐OS
154  EKK56 Exhaust port  T‐K3‐OS, T‐KJr2‐IN/OS, T‐D2‐IN/OS
401 EK406  Heat exchanger assembly (IN) 
 EK413  Heat exchanger assembly (OS) 
402  EK427 &nb

 


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