FRONT AND RIGHT SIDE COMPONENTS
Control Panel Assembly
The control panel assembly (16) contains the operator controls and indicators used during operation. The hinged panel
provides a central location for troubleshooting the ASH electrical components/controls.
The instruction plate (17) shows the electrical and fuel schematics and provides instructions for operating the ASH.
Power Cable Adapter
The power cable adapter (18) adapts the ASH power cable assembly to a 120 Vac, single-phase, screw terminal supply.
REAR AND LEFT SIDE COMPONENTS
The exhaust pipe (1) removes exhaust gases from the ASH.
Exhaust Pipe Stowage Compartment
The exhaust pipe is stored in the exhaust pipe stowage compartment (2) when the ASH is being shipped or when not in
Exhaust Cover Plate
The exhaust cover plate (3) covers the ASH exhaust port when shipped or when in storage. The exhaust cover plate is
stowed in the exhaust elbow stowage position when the elbow is attached to the exhaust port.
The sight glass (4) is used to look into the burner assembly/heat exchanger assembly compartment to ensure that ignition
is on and the burner flame is functioning properly.
Wheel Assembly (Left Side)
The wheel assembly (5) allows for movement and positioning of the ASH when used in conjunction with the right side
The exhaust elbow (6) when attached to the exhaust port at the rear of the ASH directs exhaust fumes upward into the
External Fuel Connection
The external fuel connection (7) is a quick-disconnect and is used to connect the external fuel hose to the ASH. When
not in use, a removable cap protects the external fuel connection.
Fuel Selector Valve
The fuel selector valve (8) allows for selection of an external fuel source or the ASH's internal fuel tank.
Fuel Tank Cap
The fuel tank cap (9) prevents dirt and debris from entering the internal fuel tank. The cap is removable for filing the
internal fuel tank.