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Service

Instructions Models listed


on pages 4-6

80% GDT, GMP, GMPE, GMPH,


GMPV, GMT, GMTH, GPD
90% GMNT, GMNTE, GMNV, GMPN, GSM,
GSMS, GSU

This Forced Air Central Unit Design Complies With


Requirements Embodied in The American National
Standard / National Standard of Canada Shown Below.
ANSI Z21.47•CSA-2.3 Central Furnaces

®
This manual is to be used by qualified, professionally trained HVAC technicians only.
Goodman does not assume any responsibility for property damage or personal injury RS6610003
due to improper service procedures or services performed by an unqualified person. January 2007

Copyright © 2000-2007 Goodman Manufacturing Company, L.P.


TABLE OF CONTENTS
IMPORTANT INFORMATION ........................... 2-3 SERVICING .................................................. 30-56
PRODUCT INFORMATION ........................... 4-12 SERVICING TABLE OF CONTENTS ................ 32
SPECIFICATIONS ....................................... 13-23 TROUBLESHOOTING ....................................... 46
DIMENSIONS ............................................... 24-27 WIRING DIAGRAMS .................................... 58-77
MAINTENANCE .................................................. 28

IMPORTANT INFORMATION
Pride and workmanship go into every product to provide our customers with quality products. It is possible, however,
that during its lifetime a product may require service. Products should be serviced only by a qualified service
technician who is familiar with the safety procedures required in the repair and who is equipped with the proper tools,
parts, testing instruments and the appropriate service manual. REVIEW ALL SERVICE INFORMATION IN THE
APPROPRIATE SERVICE MANUAL BEFORE BEGINNING REPAIRS.

IMPORTANT NOTICES FOR CONSUMERS AND SERVICERS


RECOGNIZE SAFETY SYMBOLS, WORDS AND LABELS

WARNING

THIS UNIT SHOULD NOT BE CONNECTED TO, OR USED IN CONJUNCTION WITH, ANY DEVICES THAT ARE NOT DESIGN CERTIFIED FOR USE WITH THIS UNIT OR HAVE NOT BEEN
TESTED AND APPROVED BY GOODMAN. SERIOUS PROPERTY DAMAGE OR PERSONAL INJURY, REDUCED UNIT PERFORMANCE AND/OR HAZARDOUS CONDITIONS MAY RESULT
FROM THE USE OF DEVICES THAT HAVE NOT BEEN APPROVED OR CERTIFED BY GOODMAN.

WARNING

TO PREVENT THE RISK OF PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY, OR DEATH,


DO NOT STORE COMBUSTIBLE MATERIALS OR USE GASOLINE OR OTHER
FLAMMABLE LIQUIDS OR VAPORS IN THE VICINITY OF THIS APPLIANCE.

W ARNING

G OODMAN W ILL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY INJURY OR PROPERTY DAM AGE ARISING FROM IMPROPER SERVICE OR SERVICE PROCEDURES.
I F YOU INSTALL OR PERFORM SERVICE ON THIS UNIT, YOU ASSUME RESPONSIBILITY FOR ANY PERSONAL INJURY OR PROPERTY DAMAGE WHICH
MAY RESULT. M ANY JURISDICTIONS REQUIRE A LICENSE TO INSTALL OR SERVICE HEATING AND AIR CONDITIONING EQUIPMENT.

W ARNING

HIGH VOLTAGE
D ISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS UNIT. M ULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. F AILURE
TO DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAM AGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.

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IMPORTANT INFORMATION

WARNING

IF THE INFORMATION IN THESE INSTRUCTIONS IS NOT FOLLOWED EXACTLY, A


FIRE OR EXPLOSION MAY RESULT CAUSING PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL
INJURY OR LOSS OF LIFE.

– DO NOT STORE OR USE GASOLINE OR OTHER FLAMMABLE VAPORS AND


LIQUIDS IN THE VICINITY OF THIS OR ANY OTHER APPLIANCE.

– WHAT TO DO IF YOU SMELL GAS:


• DO NOT TRY TO LIGHT ANY APPLIANCE.
• DO NOT TOUCH ANY ELECTRICAL SWITCH; DO NOT USE ANY
PHONE IN YOUR BUILDING.
CARBON MONOXIDE POISONING HAZARD
• IMMEDIATELY CALL YOUR GAS SUPPLIER FROM A NEIGHBOR’S
PHONE. FOLLOW THE GAS SUPPLIER’S INSTRUCTIONS. Special Warning for Installation of Furnace or Air Handling Units in
Enclosed Areas such as Garages, Utility Rooms or Parking Areas
• IF YOU CANNOT REACH YOUR GAS SUPPLIER, CALL THE FIRE
DEPARTMENT.
– INSTALLATION AND SERVICE MUST BE PERFORMED BY A QUALIFIED INSTALLER, Carbon monoxide producing devices (such as an automobile, space
SERVICE AGENCY OR THE GAS SUPPLIER. heater, gas water heater, etc.) should not be operated in enclosed areas
such as unventilated garages, utility rooms or parking areas because of
the danger of carbon monoxide (CO) poisoning resulting from the exhaust
emissions. If a furnace or air handler is installed in an enclosed area such
WARNING as a garage, utility room or parking area and a carbon monoxide producing
device is operated therein, there must be adequate, direct outside
ventilation.
SHOULD OVERHEATING OCCUR OR THE GAS SUPPLY FAIL TO SHUT OFF, TURN
OFF THE MANUAL GAS SHUTOFF VALVE EXTERNAL TO THE FURNACE BEFORE
TURNING OFF THE ELECTRICAL SUPPLY.
This ventilation is necessary to avoid the danger of CO poisoning which
can occur if a carbon monoxide producing device continues to operate in
the enclosed area. Carbon monoxide emissions can be (re)circulated
throughout the structure if the furnace or air handler is operating in any
mode.

CO can cause serious illness including permanent brain damage or death.


-
B10259-216

To locate an authorized servicer, please consult your telephone book or the dealer from whom you purchased this
product. For further assistance, please contact:

CONSUMER INFORMATION LINE


GOODMAN® BRAND PRODUCTS
TOLL FREE 1-877-254-4729 (U.S. only)
email us at: customerservice@goodmanmfg.com
fax us at: (731) 856-1821
(Not a technical assistance line for dealers.)

Outside the U.S., call 1-713-861-2500.


(Not a technical assistance line for dealers.) Your telephone company will bill you for the call.

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PRODUCT IDENTIFICATION
NOMENCLATURE

G M T 070 3 *
BRAND
G: Goodman Gas Furnace

AIR FLOW DIRECTION


M: Multi-Position Engineering
D: Dedicated Downflow Revision
P: 80% Single Stage
S: 92% Single Stage

MAXIMUM CFM
@ 0.5" ESP
DESCRIPTION
3: 1,200
T: 80% Tubular Heat Exchanger 4: 1,600
P: 80% Non-Tubular Heat Exchanger 5: 2,000
D: Downflow Position
M: Multi-Position (Upflow/Horizontal)

KBTUH
045: 45,000
050: 50,000
060: 60,000
070: 70,000
075: 75,000
090: 90,000
100: 100,000
115: 115,000
125: 125,000
140: 140,000

GDT045-3 GMP050-3 GMP125-5 GMT045-3 GMT090-4A GPD050-3 GSM060-3


GDT045-3A GMP050-32 GMP125-52 GMT045-34 GMT090-4B GPD100-4 GSM080-4
GDT045-3B GMP050-32C GMP125-52C GMT045-3A GMT090-5 GPD125-4 GSM100-4
GDT070-3 GMP075-3 GMP150-5 GMT045-3B GMT090-5A GSMS060-3
GDT070-3A GMP075-32 GMP150-52 GMT070-3 GMT090-5B GSMS080-4
GDT070-3B GMP075-32C GMP150-52C GMT070-3A GMT115-5 GSMS100-4
GDT090-4 GMP075-4 GMT070-3B GMT115-5A
GDT090-4A GMP100-3 GMT070-4 GMT115-5A
GDT090-4B GMP100-4 GMT070-4A GMT115-5B
GDT115-5 GMP100-42 GMT070-4B GMT135-5
GDT115-5A GMP100-42C GMT090-3 GMT140-5
GDT115-5B GMP100-5 GMT090-3A GMT140-5A
GMP125-4 GMT090-3B GMT140-5B
GMT090-4 GMT140-5D

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PRODUCT IDENTIFICATION
NOMENCLATURE

G M P V 070 3 *
BRAND
G: Goodman Gas Furnace

AIR FLOW DIRECTION Engineering


M: Multi-Position Revision
D: Dedicated Downflow

MAXIMUM CFM
DESCRIPTION @ 0.5" ESP
3: 1,200
T: 80% Tubular Heat Exchanger
4: 1,600
P: 80% Non-Tubular Heat Exchanger
5: 2,000

BLOWER TYPE KBTUH

V: Variable Speed - Single Stage 045: 45,000


E: Variable Speed - Two Stage 070: 70,000
H: High Air Flow 075: 75,000
090: 90,000
100: 100,000
115: 115,000
125: 125,000
140: 140,000

GMPV075-1.5 GMPE075-3 GMTH045-3 GMPH050-3


GMPV075-3 GMPE075-3A GMTH045-3A GMPH075-4
GMPV100-3 GMPE100-4 GMTH045-3B GMPH080-5
GMPV100-5 GMPE100-4A GMTH070-4 GMPH120-5
GMPV125-3 GMPE125-5 GMTH070-4A
GMPV125-5 GMPE125-5A GMTH070-4B
GMTH090-5
GMTH090-5B
GMTH115-5

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PRODUCT IDENTIFICATION
NOMENCLATURE

G M P N 070 3 *
BRAND
G: Goodman Gas Furnace

AIR FLOW DIRECTION


Engineering
M: Multi-Position Revision
D: Dedicated Downflow
S: 90+ Condensing Furnace

MAXIMUM CFM
@ 0.5" ESP
DESCRIPTION
3: 1,200
M: Upflow/Horizontal 4: 1,600
P: Position 5: 2,000
N: 92.6% Condensing

BLOWER TYPE KBTUH

N: 90% Condensing Furnace 040: 40,000


S: Single Stage Operation 060: 60,000
T: Single Stage - Tubular Heat Exchanger 080: 80,000
TE: Two-stage/Variable Speed - Tubular Heat Exchanger 100: 100,000
120: 120,000

GMNT040-3 GMNTE060-3 GMPN040-3 GSMS060-3


GMNT040-3B GMNTE080-4 GMPN060-3 GSMS080-4
GMNT045-3B GMNTE100-4 GMPN080-4 GSMS100-4
GMNT060-3 GMNTE120-5 GMPN100-4
GMNT060-3B GMPN120-5
GMNT080-4
GMNT080-4B
GMNT090-5A
GMNT100-4
GMNT100-4B
GMNT120-5
GMNT120-5B
GMNT120-5D

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PRODUCT IDENTIFICATION
Model # Description

80% AFUE. Downflow application, single stage, induced draft motor,


psc multi-speed motor, integrated control module with diagnostics,
GDT hot surface ignition system, multiple roll out switches, pressure
switches, aluminized tubular steel heat exchanger, aluminized inshot
burners.

80% AFUE. Multi-position (Upflow, Horizontal Left or Right), single


stage, induced draft motor, psc multi-speed motor, integrated control
GMT module with diagnostics, hot surface ignition system, roll out
switches, pressure switches, aluminized tubular steel heat
exchanger and inshot burners.
80% AFUE. Multi-position (Upflow, Horizontal Left or Right), single
stage, multi-position induced draft motor, psc multi-speed motor,
integrated control module with diagnostics, hot surface ignition
GMTH system, multiple roll out switches, pressure switches, a rotating
combustion blower motor that allows venting the furnace through the
top panel, right hand side panel and left hand side panel, aluminized
steel heat exchanger and inshot burners.
80% AFUE. Multi-position (Upflow, Downflow, Horizontal Left or
Right), single stage, induced draft motor, psc multi-speed motor,
GMP integrated control module with diagnostics, hot surface ignition
system, multiple roll out switches, pressure switches, aluminized
steel heat exchanger, aluminized inshot burners, LoNox.
80% AFUE. Multi-position (Upflow, Downflow, Horizontal Left or
Right), two-stage gas valve, multi-position induced draft motor,
GMPE variable-speed ECM motor, integrated control module with
diagnostics, hot surface ignition system, multiple roll out switches,
outlet air limit switch and LoNox approved.
80% AFUE. Multi-position (Upflow, Downflow, Horizontal Left or
Right), single stage, induced draft motor, psc multi-speed motor,
GMPH integrated control module with diagnostics, hot surface ignition
system, multiple roll out switches, pressure switches, aluminized
steel heat exchanger and inshot burners.
80% AFUE. Multi-position (Upflow, Downflow, Horizontal Left or
Right), single stage, induced draft motor, variable speed ECM motor,
GMPV integrated control module with diagnostics, hot surface ignition
system, multiple roll out switches, pressure switches, aluminized
steel heat exchanger, aluminized inshot burners.
80% AFUE. Downflow application. Single stage, induced draft motor,
psc multi-speed motor, integrated control module with diagnostics,
hot surface ignition system, multiple roll out switches, pressure
GPD switches, aluminized steel heat exchanger, aluminized inshot
burners, LoNox, gas and electric connections can be made on the
left or right side.

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PRODUCT IDENTIFICATION
Model # Description

90% AFUE. Multi-position (Upflow or Horizontal), single stage,


induced draft motor, variable speed motor, hot surface ignition
GMNV system, roll out switch, pressure switch, aluminized steel heat
exchanger and aluminized inshot burners.

92.6% AFUE. Multi-position (Upflow, Horizontal Left or Right),


induced draft, psc multi-speed motor, integrated control module with
GMNT diagnostics, hot surface ignition system, multiple roll out switches,
pressure switches, multi-position induced draft motor, tubular heat
exchanger (primary) and aluminized inshot burners.

92.6% AFUE. Multi-position (Upflow, Horizontal Left or Right), two-


stage gas valve, two-stage induced draft motor, variable speed
GMNTE blower motor, integrated control module with diagnostics, hot surface
ignition system, roll out switches, pressure switches, tubular heat
exchanger (primary) and aluminized inshot burners, LoNOx.

92.6% AFUE. Multi-position (Upflow, Downflow, Horizontal), single


stage, induced draft motor, psc multi-speed motor, integrated control
GMPN module with diagnostics, hot surface ignition system, multiple roll out
switches, pressure switches, aluminized steel heat exchanger and
aluminized inshot burners.

92.6% AFUE. Multi-position (Upflow, Horizontal), two-stage gas


valve, two-stage induced draft motor, psc multi-speed motor,
GSM integrated control module with diagnostics, hot surface ignition
system, multiple roll out switches, pressure switches, aluminized

92.6% AFUE. Multi-position (Upflow, Horizontal Left or Right), single-


stage application, induced draft, psc multi-speed motor, integrated
GSMS control module with diagnostics, hot surface ignition system, multiple
roll out switches, pressure switches, aluminized steel heat
exchanger and inshot burners.

92.6% AFUE. (Upflow Only), two0stage gas valve, induced draft


motor, psc multi-speed motor, integrated control module with
GSU diagnostics, hot surface ignition system, flame roll-out switch,
pressure switches, aluminized stell heat exchanger, stainless steel
secondary heat exchanger and aluminized inshot burners.

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GSU
GDT

GSU
GPD
GMT

GSM
GMP

GMNV
GMPH
GMNT

GSMS
GMPE
GMPV
GMTH

GMPN
GMPH
Used
Model

Where

GMNTE
Number
Honeywell Spring B1880006

X
X
X
X
X
X
X
White-Rodgers Spring B1880007 PLPT-00A
Orifice (0.55) B4089955

Not used in this application


Honeywell Spring B1880006

X
X

X
X
White-Rodgers Spring B1880004 LPM-01
ACCESSORIES

Orifice (0.55) B2589900

LP Gas Valve B1282618


Honeywell Spring B1880006

X
X
X
X

X
LPM-03
White-Rodgers Spring B1880007
Orifice (1.25) B25899125

2-Stage LP Gas Valve B1282624


Honeywell Spring B1880006

X
LPM-04
White-Rodgers Spring B1880007
Orifice (1.25) B25899125

Honeywell Spring B1880006

X
X
White-Rodgers Spring B1880007 LPT-01/01A
Orifice (1.25) B40899125
ACCESSORIES

Honeywell Spring B1880006


X
X
X
X
X
X
X

White-Rodgers Spring B1880007 LPT-00/00A


Orifice (0.55) B4089955

Orifices (6 ea./PACK)
(0.43) B2589901 / (0.44) B2589902
(0.45) B2589903 / (0.46) B2589904

X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X

X
X
X
X
X

(0.47) B2589905 / (0.48) B2589906 HA-02


(0.49) B2589907 / (0.55) B2589900
(0.56) B2589908 / (0.57) B2589909
(0.58) B2589910
X
X
X
X

X
X

Sidewall Venting SVB-80


X

Combustible Floor Base SBM


X
X

Conventric Vent Kit CVK

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PRODUCT IDENTIFICATION LIGHTING INSTRUCTIONS
GMT
FOR YOUR SAFETY READ BEFORE OPERATING
WARNING: Improper

ent, alteration, service

cause injury or prop-

the user's information

this furnace. For ass-


control switch or knob. Never use
B. BEFORE OPERATING smell around tools. If the gas control switch or knob
smell next to the floor because some gas vice agency or the
Force or attempted repair may result in gas supplier.

WHAT TO DO IF YOU SMELL GAS


This furnace must be
Do not touch any electric switch;
ce with the manufac-
turers instructions
the control system and any gas control
which has been under water.
the gas suppliers instructions.

OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS

gas, go to the next step.


PGB & PGJ
8. Move the gas control switch or knob For outdoor install-

9. Replace control access panel.

WARNING: If not ins-


5. Remove control access panel.
6. Move the gas control switch or knob
to "OFF". acturer's instructions,
follow the instructions "To Turn Off Gas this product could
expose you to subst-
technician or gas supplier. ances in fuel combus-
tion which can cause

ess and which are

GAS CONTROL
GAS CONTROL
cancer, birth defects
or other reproductive
harm.
This product contains
TO TURN OFF GAS TO APPLIANCE
4. Move the gas control switch or knob contains a chemical
to "OFF". Do not force.
appliance if service is to be performed. 5. Replace control access panel.
3. Remove control access panel.

FOR YOUR SAFETY Do not store or use gasoline or


other flammable vapors and liquids in the vicinity of this
or any other appliance.

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PRODUCT IDENTIFICATION LIGHTING INSTRUCTIONS
GMP, GMPE, GMPN, GMNT, GMTH
FOR YOUR SAFETY READ BEFORE OPERATING WARNING: Improper
installation, adjustm-
If you do not follow these instructions exactly, ent, alteration, service
WARNING a fire or explosion may result causing property
damage, personal injury or loss of life.
or maintenance can
cause injury or prop-
erty damage. Refer to
A. This appliance does not have a pilot. It If you cannot reach your gas supplier, the user's information
is equipped with an ignition device which call the fire department. manual provided with
automatically lights the burners. Do not this furnace. For ass-
try to light the burners by hand. C. Use only your hand to move the gas istance or additional
control switch or knob. Never use information consult a
B. BEFORE OPERATING smell around tools. If the gas control switch or knob qualified installer, ser-
the appliance area for gas. Be sure to will not operate, don't try to repair it, vice agency or the
smell next to the floor because some gas call a qualified service technician. gas supplier.
is heavier than air and will settle on the Force or attempted repair may result in
floor. a fire or explosion.
WHAT TO DO IF YOU SMELL GAS
Do not try to light any appliance. D. Do not use this appliance if any part This furnace must be
Do not touch any electric switch; has been under water. Immediately call installed in accordan-
do not use any telephone in your a qualified service technician to inspect ce with the manufac-
building. the appliance and to replace any part of turers instructions
Immediately call your supplier the control system and any gas control and local codes. In
from a neighbor's phone. Follow which has been under water. the absence of local
the gas suppliers instructions. codes follow the
National Fuel Gas
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS Code, ANSI Z223.1.

1. STOP! Read the safety information 7. Wait five (5) minutes to clear out any
above on this label. gas. If you then smell gas, STOP!
Follow "B" in the safety information For indoor installation.
2. Set the thermostat to lowest setting.
above on this label. If you don't smell
3. Turn off all electric power to the appl- gas, go to the next step. PGB & PGJ
iance. 8. Move the gas control switch or knob For outdoor install-
4. This appliance is equipped with an to "ON". ation only.
automatic ignition system which autom-
atically lights the burners. Do not try to 9. Replace control access panel.
light the burners by hand. 10. Turn on all electric power to the WARNING: If not inst-
appliance. alled, operated and
5. Remove control access panel.
11. Set the thermostat to the desired maintained in accord-
6. Move the gas control switch or knob setting. ance with the manuf-
to "OFF". acturer's instructions,
12. If the appliance will not operate,
GAS CONTROL
follow the instructions "To Turn Off Gas this product could
SWITCH SHOWN
IN "ON" POSITION To Appliance" and call your service expose you to subst-
technician or gas supplier. ances in fuel combus-
tion which can cause
death or serious illn-
ess and which are
OFF

ON

known to the State of


GAS CONTROL California to cause
GAS CONTROL SWITCH SHOWN cancer, birth defects
KNOB IN "ON" POSITION
or other reproductive
harm.
TO TURN OFF GAS TO APPLIANCE This product contains
fiberglass insulation.
1. Set the thermostat to its lowest setting. 4. Move the gas control switch or knob Fiberglass insulation
to "OFF". Do not force. contains a chemical
2. Turn off all electric power to the known by the State of
appliance if service is to be performed. 5. Replace control access panel. California to cause
3. Remove control access panel. cancer.

FOR YOUR SAFETY Do not store or use gasoline or


other flammable vapors and liquids in the vicinity of this
or any other appliance.

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PRODUCT IDENTIFICATION LIGHTING INSTRUCTIONS
GMP, GMPE, GMPN
FOR YOUR SAFETY READ BEFORE OPERATING
WARNING: Improper
If you do not follow these instructions exactly, installation, adjustm-
ent, alteration, service
WARNING a fire or explosion may result causing property
damage, personal injury or loss of life. or maintenance can
cause injury or prop-
A. This appliance does not have a pilot. It If you cannot reach your gas supplier, erty damage. Refer to
is equipped with an ignition device which call the fire department. the user's information
automatically lights the burners. Do not manual provided with
try to light the burners by hand. C. Use only your hand to move the gas this furnace. For ass-
control switch or knob. Never use istance or additional
B. BEFORE OPERATING smell around tools. If the gas control switch or knob information consult a
the appliance area for gas. Be sure to will not operate, don't try to repair it, qualified installer, ser-
smell next to the floor because some gas call a qualified service technician. vice agency or the
is heavier than air and will settle on the Force or attempted repair may result in gas supplier.
floor. a fire or explosion.
WHAT TO DO IF YOU SMELL GAS
Do not try to light any appliance. D. Do not use this appliance if any part This furnace must be
Do not touch any electric switch; has been under water. Immediately call installed in accordan-
do not use any telephone in your a qualified service technician to inspect ce with the manufac-
building. the appliance and to replace any part of turers instructions
Immediately call your supplier the control system and any gas control and local codes. In
from a neighbor's phone. Follow which has been under water. the absence of local
the gas suppliers instructions. codes follow the
National Fuel Gas
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS Code, ANSI Z223.1.

1. STOP! Read the safety information 7. Wait five (5) minutes to clear out any
above on this label. gas. If you then smell gas, STOP! For indoor installation.
Follow "B" in the safety information
2. Set the thermostat to lowest setting.
above on this label. If you don't smell
3. Turn off all electric power to the appl- gas, go to the next step. PGB & PGJ
iance. 8. Move the gas control switch or knob For outdoor install-
4. This appliance is equipped with an to "ON". ation only.
automatic ignition system which autom- 9. Replace control access panel.
atically lights the burners. Do not try to WARNING: If not inst-
light the burners by hand. 10. Turn on all electric power to the
appliance. alled, operated and
5. Remove control access panel. maintained in accord-
11. Set the thermostat to the desired ance with the manuf-
6. Move the gas control switch or knob setting. acturer's instructions,
to "OFF". this product could
12. If the appliance will not operate,
follow the instructions "To Turn Off Gas expose you to subst-
X
P,M To Appliance" and call your service ances in fuel combus-
X
X
X
O
F
C
HI technician or gas supplier. tion which can cause
F
SCR
death or serious illn-
ON C
ess and which are
EW
REP

L O known to the State of


California to cause
GAS CONTROL
SWITCH SHOWN
cancer, birth defects
IN "ON" POSITION or other reproductive
harm.
This product contains
TO TURN OFF GAS TO APPLIANCE fiberglass insulation.
Fiberglass insulation
1. Set the thermostat to its lowest setting. 4. Move the gas control switch or knob contains a chemical
to "OFF". Do not force. known by the State of
2. Turn off all electric power to the
appliance if service is to be performed. 5. Replace control access panel. California to cause
cancer.
3. Remove control access panel.

FOR YOUR SAFETY Do not store or use gasoline or


other flammable vapors and liquids in the vicinity of this
or any other appliance.

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SPECIFICATIONS GMT
MODEL GMT045-3 GMT070-3 GMT070-4 GMT090-3 GMT090-5 GMT090-5 GMT115-5 GMT135-5

Btuh Input (US) Natural Gas 45,000 70,000 70,000 90,000 90,000 90,000 115,000 140,000
Output (US) Natural Gas 36,000 56,000 56,000 72,000 72,000 72,000 92,000 108,000
Btuh Input (US) LP Gas 40,000 60,000 60,000 80,000 80,000 80,000 100,000 120,000
Output (US) LP Gas 32,000 48,000 48,000 64,000 64,000 64,000 80,000 96,000
A.F.U.E. 80% 80% 80% 80% 80% 80% 80% 80%
Rated External Static (" w.c.) .10 - .50 .10 - .50 .10 - .50 .10 - .50 .10 - .50 .10 - .50 .10 - .50 .10 - .50
Temperature Rise (°F) 25 - 55 25 - 55 20 - 50 35 - 65 35 - 65 35 - 65 35 - 65 45 - 75
Pressure Switch Trip Point (" w.c.) -0.60 -0.60 -0.60 -0.60 -0.60 -0.70 -0.70 -0.75
Blower Wheel (D" x W") 10 X 6 10 X 6 10 X 8 10 X 8 10 X 8 10 X 10 10 X 10 11 x 10
Blower Horsepower 1/3 1/3 1/2 1/3 1/2 1/2 1/2 3/4
Blower Speeds 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3
Max CFM @ 0.5 E.S.P. 1438 1165 1518 1400 1532 1875 1988 2209
Power Supply 115-60-1 115-60-1 115-60-1 115-60-1 115-60-1 115-60-1 115-60-1 115-60-1
Minimum Circuit Ampacity (MCA) 5.2 5.2 7.8 5.2 7.8 7.8 7.8 9.6
Maximum Overcurrent Device 15.0 15.0 15.0 15.0 15.0 15.0 15.0 15.0
Transformer (VA) 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40
Primary Limit Setting (°F) 300 180 170 210 210 320 220 160
Auxiliary Limit Setting (°F) 120 120 120 120 120 120 120 120
Rollout Limit Setting (°F) 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300
Fan Delay On Heating 30 secs. 30 secs. 30 secs. 30 secs. 30 secs. 30 secs. 30 secs. 30 secs.
Off Heating * 150 secs. 150 secs. 150 secs. 150 secs. 150 secs. 150 secs. 150 secs. 150 secs.
Fan Delay On Cooling 5 secs. 5 secs. 5 secs. 5 secs. 5 secs. 5 secs. 5 secs. 5 secs.
Off Cooling 60 secs. 60 secs. 60 secs. 60 secs. 60 secs. 60 secs. 60 secs. 60 secs.
Fan Delay On - Fan Only 5 secs. 5 secs. 5 secs. 5 secs. 5 secs. 5 secs. 5 secs. 5 secs.
Gas Supply Pressure (Natural/Propane) (" w.c.) 7 / 11 7 / 11 7 / 11 7 / 11 7 / 11 7 / 11 7 / 11 7 / 11
Manifold Pressure (Natural/Propane) (" w.c.) 3.5 / 10 3.5 /10 3.5 /10 3.5 / 10 3.5 / 10 3.5 / 10 3.5 / 10 3.5 / 10
Orifice Size (Natural/Propane) #43 / #55 #43 / #55 #43 / #55 #43 / #55 #43 / #55 #43 / #55 #43 / #55 #43 / #55
Num ber of Burners 2 3 3 4 4 4 5 6
Filter Size (in2.) Permanent 290 290 385 290 385 480 480 480
Disposable 580 580 770 580 770 960 960 960
Vent Connector Diameter (inches) 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4
Shipping Weight (lbs.) 114 124 136 146 146 156 166 176

* Off Heating - This fan delay timing is adjustable (90, 120 or 150 seconds), 150 seconds as shipped.

1 Vent and combustion air diameters may vary depending upon vent length. Refer to furnace installation instructions.
2 Minimum Circuit Ampacity = (1.25 x Circulator Blow er Amps) + ID Blow er amps.
3 Maximum Overcurrent Protection refers to maximum recommended fuse or circuit breaker size.

NOTES:
1. All furnaces are manufactured for use on 115 VAC, 60 Hz, single phase electrical supply.
2. Gas Service Connection 1/2" FPT.
3. Important: It is required to size fuses and w ires properly and make electrical connections in accordance w ith the National Electrical
Code and/or all existing local codes.

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SPECIFICATIONS GMT*A/B
MODEL GMT045-3A/B GMT070-3A/B GMT070-4A/B GMT090-3A/B GMT090-4A/B GMT090-5A/B GMT115-5A/B GMT140-5A/B
Btuh Input (US) Natural Gas 45,000 70,000 70,000 90,000 90,000 90,000 115,000 140,000
Output (US) Natural Gas 36,000 56,000 56,000 72,000 72,000 72,000 92,000 112,000
Btuh Input (US) LP Gas 40,000 60,000 60,000 80,000 80,000 80,000 100,000 120,000
Output (US) LP Gas 32,000 48,000 48,000 64,000 64,000 64,000 80,000 96,000
A.F.U.E. 80% 80% 80% 80% 80% 80% 80% 80%
Rated External Static (" w.c.) .10 - .50 .10 - .50 .10 - .50 .10 - .50 .10 - .50 .10 - .50 .10 - .50 .10 - .50
Temperature Rise (°F) 25 - 55 25 - 55 20 - 50 35 - 65 35 - 65 35 - 65 35 - 65 40 - 70
Pressure Switch Trip Point (" w.c.) -0.60 -0.60 -0.60 -0.60 -0.60 -0.70 -0.70 -0.75
Blower Wheel (D" x W") 10 X 6 10 X 6 10 X 8 10 X 8 10 X 8 10 X 10 10 X 10 11 x 10
Blower Horsepower 1/3 1/3 1/2 1/3 1/2 1/2 1/2 3/4
Blower Speeds 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3
Max CFM @ 0.5 E.S.P. 1438 1165 1518 1400 1532 1875 1809 1987
Power Supply 115-60-1 115-60-1 115-60-1 115-60-1 115-60-1 115-60-1 115-60-1 115-60-1
Minimum Circuit Ampacity (MCA) 5.2 5.2 7.8 5.2 7.8 7.8 7.8 9.6
Maximum Overcurrent Device 15.0 15.0 15.0 15.0 15.0 15.0 15.0 15.0
Transformer (VA) 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40
Primary Limit Setting (°F) 300 180 170 210 210 320 220 160
Auxiliary Limit Setting (°F) 120 120 120 120 120 120 120 120
Rollout Limit Setting (°F) 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300
Fan Delay On Heating 30 secs. 30 secs. 30 secs. 30 secs. 30 secs. 30 secs. 30 secs. 30 secs.
Off Heating * 150 secs. 150 secs. 150 secs. 150 secs. 150 secs. 150 secs. 150 secs. 150 secs.
Fan Delay On Cooling 5 secs. 5 secs. 5 secs. 5 secs. 5 secs. 5 secs. 5 secs. 5 secs.
Off Cooling 60 secs. 60 secs. 60 secs. 60 secs. 60 secs. 60 secs. 60 secs. 60 secs.
Fan Delay On - Fan Only 5 secs. 5 secs. 5 secs. 5 secs. 5 secs. 5 secs. 5 secs. 5 secs.
Gas Supply Pressure (Natural/Propane) (" w.c.) 7 / 11 7 / 11 7 / 11 7 / 11 7 / 11 7 / 11 7 / 11 7 / 11
Manifold Pressure (Natural/Propane) (" w.c.) 3.5 / 10 3.5 /10 3.5 /10 3.5 / 10 3.5 / 10 3.5 / 10 3.5 / 10 3.5 / 10
Orifice Size (Natural/Propane) #43 / #55 #43 / #55 #43 / #55 #43 / #55 #43 / #55 #43 / #55 #43 / #55 #43 / #55
Number of Burners 2 3 3 4 4 4 5 6
2
Filter Size (in .) Permanent 290 290 385 290 385 480 480 480
Disposable 580 580 770 580 770 960 960 960
Vent Connector Diameter (inches) 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4
Shipping Weight (lbs.) 120 130 143 153 153 163 163 183

* Off Heating - This fan delay timing is adjustable (90, 120 or 150 seconds), 150 seconds as shipped.

1
Vent and combustion air diameters may vary depending upon vent length. Refer to furnace installation instructions.
2
Minimum Circuit Ampacity = (1.25 x Circulator Blower Amps) + ID Blower amps.
3
Maximum Overcurrent Protection refers to maximum recommended fuse or circuit breaker size.
NOTES:
1. All furnaces are manufactured for use on 115 VAC, 60 Hz, single phase electrical supply.
2. Gas Service Connection 1/2" FPT.
3. Important: It is required to size fuses and wires properly and make electrical connections in accordance with the National Electrical
Code and/or all existing local codes.

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SPECIFICATIONS GMT
MODEL GMT045-3 GMT070-3 GMT070-4 GMT090-3 GMT090-5 GMT090-5 GMT115-5 GMT135-5

Btuh Input (US) Natural Gas 45,000 70,000 70,000 90,000 90,000 90,000 115,000 140,000
Output (US) Natural Gas 36,000 56,000 56,000 72,000 72,000 72,000 92,000 108,000
Btuh Input (US) LP Gas 40,000 60,000 60,000 80,000 80,000 80,000 100,000 120,000
Output (US) LP Gas 32,000 48,000 48,000 64,000 64,000 64,000 80,000 96,000
A.F.U.E. 80% 80% 80% 80% 80% 80% 80% 80%
Rated External Static (" w.c.) .10 - .50 .10 - .50 .10 - .50 .10 - .50 .10 - .50 .10 - .50 .10 - .50 .10 - .50
Temperature Rise (°F) 25 - 55 25 - 55 20 - 50 35 - 65 35 - 65 35 - 65 35 - 65 45 - 75
Pressure Switch Trip Point (" w.c.) -0.60 -0.60 -0.60 -0.60 -0.60 -0.70 -0.70 -0.75
Blower Wheel (D" x W") 10 X 6 10 X 6 10 X 8 10 X 8 10 X 8 10 X 10 10 X 10 11 x 10
Blower Horsepower 1/3 1/3 1/2 1/3 1/2 1/2 1/2 3/4
Blower Speeds 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3
Max CFM @ 0.5 E.S.P. 1438 1165 1518 1400 1532 1875 1988 2209
Power Supply 115-60-1 115-60-1 115-60-1 115-60-1 115-60-1 115-60-1 115-60-1 115-60-1
Minimum Circuit Ampacity (MCA) 5.2 5.2 7.8 5.2 7.8 7.8 7.8 9.6
Maximum Overcurrent Device 15.0 15.0 15.0 15.0 15.0 15.0 15.0 15.0
Transformer (VA) 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40
Primary Limit Setting (°F) 300 180 170 210 210 320 220 160
Auxiliary Limit Setting (°F) 120 120 120 120 120 120 120 120
Rollout Limit Setting (°F) 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300
Fan Delay On Heating 30 secs. 30 secs. 30 secs. 30 secs. 30 secs. 30 secs. 30 secs. 30 secs.
Off Heating * 150 secs. 150 secs. 150 secs. 150 secs. 150 secs. 150 secs. 150 secs. 150 secs.
Fan Delay On Cooling 5 secs. 5 secs. 5 secs. 5 secs. 5 secs. 5 secs. 5 secs. 5 secs.
Off Cooling 60 secs. 60 secs. 60 secs. 60 secs. 60 secs. 60 secs. 60 secs. 60 secs.
Fan Delay On - Fan Only 5 secs. 5 secs. 5 secs. 5 secs. 5 secs. 5 secs. 5 secs. 5 secs.
Gas Supply Pressure (Natural/Propane) (" w.c.) 7 / 11 7 / 11 7 / 11 7 / 11 7 / 11 7 / 11 7 / 11 7 / 11
Manifold Pressure (Natural/Propane) (" w.c.) 3.5 / 10 3.5 /10 3.5 /10 3.5 / 10 3.5 / 10 3.5 / 10 3.5 / 10 3.5 / 10
Orifice Size (Natural/Propane) #43 / #55 #43 / #55 #43 / #55 #43 / #55 #43 / #55 #43 / #55 #43 / #55 #43 / #55
Num ber of Burners 2 3 3 4 4 4 5 6
Filter Size (in2.) Permanent 290 290 385 290 385 480 480 480
Disposable 580 580 770 580 770 960 960 960
Vent Connector Diameter (inches) 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4
Shipping Weight (lbs.) 114 124 136 146 146 156 166 176

* Off Heating - This fan delay timing is adjustable (90, 120 or 150 seconds), 150 seconds as shipped.

1 Vent and combustion air diameters may vary depending upon vent length. Refer to furnace installation instructions.
2 Minimum Circuit Ampacity = (1.25 x Circulator Blow er Amps) + ID Blow er amps.
3 Maximum Overcurrent Protection refers to maximum recommended fuse or circuit breaker size.

NOTES:
1. All furnaces are manufactured for use on 115 VAC, 60 Hz, single phase electrical supply.
2. Gas Service Connection 1/2" FPT.
3. Important: It is required to size fuses and w ires properly and make electrical connections in accordance w ith the National Electrical
Code and/or all existing local codes.

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SPECIFICATIONS GMT*A/B
MODEL GMT045-3A/B GMT070-3A/B GMT070-4A/B GMT090-3A/B GMT090-4A/B GMT090-5A/B GMT115-5A/B GMT140-5A/B
Btuh Input (US) Natural Gas 45,000 70,000 70,000 90,000 90,000 90,000 115,000 140,000
Output (US) Natural Gas 36,000 56,000 56,000 72,000 72,000 72,000 92,000 112,000
Btuh Input (US) LP Gas 40,000 60,000 60,000 80,000 80,000 80,000 100,000 120,000
Output (US) LP Gas 32,000 48,000 48,000 64,000 64,000 64,000 80,000 96,000
A.F.U.E. 80% 80% 80% 80% 80% 80% 80% 80%
Rated External Static (" w.c.) .10 - .50 .10 - .50 .10 - .50 .10 - .50 .10 - .50 .10 - .50 .10 - .50 .10 - .50
Temperature Rise (°F) 25 - 55 25 - 55 20 - 50 35 - 65 35 - 65 35 - 65 35 - 65 40 - 70
Pressure Switch Trip Point (" w.c.) -0.60 -0.60 -0.60 -0.60 -0.60 -0.70 -0.70 -0.75
Blower Wheel (D" x W") 10 X 6 10 X 6 10 X 8 10 X 8 10 X 8 10 X 10 10 X 10 11 x 10
Blower Horsepower 1/3 1/3 1/2 1/3 1/2 1/2 1/2 3/4
Blower Speeds 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3
Max CFM @ 0.5 E.S.P. 1438 1165 1518 1400 1532 1875 1809 1987
Power Supply 115-60-1 115-60-1 115-60-1 115-60-1 115-60-1 115-60-1 115-60-1 115-60-1
Minimum Circuit Ampacity (MCA) 5.2 5.2 7.8 5.2 7.8 7.8 7.8 9.6
Maximum Overcurrent Device 15.0 15.0 15.0 15.0 15.0 15.0 15.0 15.0
Transformer (VA) 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40
Primary Limit Setting (°F) 300 180 170 210 210 320 220 160
Auxiliary Limit Setting (°F) 120 120 120 120 120 120 120 120
Rollout Limit Setting (°F) 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300
Fan Delay On Heating 30 secs. 30 secs. 30 secs. 30 secs. 30 secs. 30 secs. 30 secs. 30 secs.
Off Heating * 150 secs. 150 secs. 150 secs. 150 secs. 150 secs. 150 secs. 150 secs. 150 secs.
Fan Delay On Cooling 5 secs. 5 secs. 5 secs. 5 secs. 5 secs. 5 secs. 5 secs. 5 secs.
Off Cooling 60 secs. 60 secs. 60 secs. 60 secs. 60 secs. 60 secs. 60 secs. 60 secs.
Fan Delay On - Fan Only 5 secs. 5 secs. 5 secs. 5 secs. 5 secs. 5 secs. 5 secs. 5 secs.
Gas Supply Pressure (Natural/Propane) (" w.c.) 7 / 11 7 / 11 7 / 11 7 / 11 7 / 11 7 / 11 7 / 11 7 / 11
Manifold Pressure (Natural/Propane) (" w.c.) 3.5 / 10 3.5 /10 3.5 /10 3.5 / 10 3.5 / 10 3.5 / 10 3.5 / 10 3.5 / 10
Orifice Size (Natural/Propane) #43 / #55 #43 / #55 #43 / #55 #43 / #55 #43 / #55 #43 / #55 #43 / #55 #43 / #55
Number of Burners 2 3 3 4 4 4 5 6
2
Filter Size (in .) Permanent 290 290 385 290 385 480 480 480
Disposable 580 580 770 580 770 960 960 960
Vent Connector Diameter (inches) 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4
Shipping Weight (lbs.) 120 130 143 153 153 163 163 183

* Off Heating - This fan delay timing is adjustable (90, 120 or 150 seconds), 150 seconds as shipped.

1
Vent and combustion air diameters may vary depending upon vent length. Refer to furnace installation instructions.
2
Minimum Circuit Ampacity = (1.25 x Circulator Blower Amps) + ID Blower amps.
3
Maximum Overcurrent Protection refers to maximum recommended fuse or circuit breaker size.
NOTES:
1. All furnaces are manufactured for use on 115 VAC, 60 Hz, single phase electrical supply.
2. Gas Service Connection 1/2" FPT.
3. Important: It is required to size fuses and wires properly and make electrical connections in accordance with the National Electrical
Code and/or all existing local codes.

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SPECIFICATIONS GDT
MODEL GDT045-3 GDT070-3 GDT090-4 GDT115-5

Btuh Input (US) Natural Gas 45,000 70,000 100,000 115,000

Output (US) Natural Gas 36,000 56,000 80,000 100,000

Btuh Input (US) LP Gas 40,000 60,000 80,000 100,000

Output (US) LP Gas 32,000 48,000 64,000 80,000

A.F.U.E. 80% 80% 80% 80%

Rated External Static (" w.c.) .10 - .50 .10 - .50 .10 - .50 .10 - .50

Temperature Rise (°F) 25 - 55 30 - 60 40 - 70 45 - 75

Pressure Switch Trip Point (" w.c.) -0.60 -0.60 -0.60 -0.70

Blower Wheel (D" x W") 10 X 6 10 X 6 10 X 8 10 X 10

Blower Horsepower 1/3 1/3 1/2 1/2

Blower Speeds 3 3 3 3

Max CFM @ 0.5 E.S.P. 1340 1225 1670 1965

Power Supply 115-60-1 115-60-1 115-60-1 115-60-1

Minimum Circuit Ampacity (MCA) 5.2 5.2 7.8 7.8

Maximum Overcurrent Device 15.0 15.0 15.0 15.0

Transformer (VA) 40 40 40 40

Primary Limit Setting (°F) 300 240 250 220

Auxiliary Limit Setting (°F) 120 120 120 120

Rollout Limit Setting (°F) 300 300 300 300

Fan Delay On Heating 30 secs. 30 secs. 30 secs. 30 secs.

Off Heating * 150 secs. 150 secs. 150 secs. 150 secs.

Fan Delay On Cooling 5 secs. 5 secs. 5 secs. 5 secs.

Off Cooling 60 secs. 60 secs. 60 secs. 60 secs.

Fan Delay On - Fan Only 5 secs. 5 secs. 5 secs. 5 secs.

Gas Supply Pressure (Natural/Propane) (" w.c.) 7 / 11 7 / 11 7 / 11 7 / 11

Manifold Pressure (Natural/Propane) (" w.c.) 3.5 / 10 3.5 /10 3.5 / 10 3.5 / 10

Orifice Size (Natural/Propane) #43 / #55 #43 / #55 #43 / #55 #43 / #55

Number of Burners 2 3 4 5
2
Filter Size (in .) Permanent 290 290 385 480

Disposable 580 580 770 960

Vent Connector Diameter (inches) 4 4 4 4

Shipping Weight (lbs.) 114 124 146 168

* Off Heating - This fan delay timing is adjustable (90, 120 or 150 seconds), 150 seconds as shipped.

Minimum Circuit Ampacity = (1.25 x Circulator Blower Amps) + ID Blower amps.3 Maximum Overcurrent Protection refers to maximum recommended fuse or
circuit breaker size.
NOTES: 1. All furnaces are manufactured for use on 115 VAC, 60 Hz, single phase electrical supply.
2. Gas Service Connection 1/2" FPT.
3. Important: It is required to size fuses and wires properly and make electrical connections in accordance with the National Electrical Code
and/or all existing local codes.
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SPECIFICATIONS GDT-A
MODEL GDT045-3A GDT070-3A GDT090-4A GDT115-5A

Btuh Input (US) Natural Gas 45,000 70,000 100,000 115,000

Output (US) Natural Gas 36,000 56,000 72,000 100,000

Btuh Input (US) LP Gas 40,000 60,000 80,000 100,000

Output (US) LP Gas 32,000 48,000 64,000 80,000

A.F.U.E. 80% 80% 80% 80%

Rated External Static (" w.c.) .10 - .50 .10 - .50 .10 - .50 .10 - .50

Temperature Rise (°F) 25 - 55 30 - 60 35 - 65 40 - 70

Pressure Switch Trip Point (" w.c.) -0.60 -0.60 -0.60 -0.70

Blower Wheel (D" x W") 10 X 6 10 X 6 10 X 8 10 X 10

Blower Horsepower 1/3 1/3 1/2 1/2

Blower Speeds 3 3 3 3

Max CFM @ 0.5 E.S.P. 1340 1225 1670 1965

Power Supply 115-60-1 115-60-1 115-60-1 115-60-1

Minimum Circuit Ampacity (MCA) 5.2 5.2 7.8 7.8

Maximum Overcurrent Device 15.0 15.0 15.0 15.0

Transformer (VA) 40 40 40 40

Primary Limit Setting (°F) 300 240 250 220

Auxiliary Limit Setting (°F) 120 120 120 120

Rollout Limit Setting (°F) 300 300 300 300

Fan Delay On Heating 30 secs. 30 secs. 30 secs. 30 secs.

Off Heating * 150 secs. 150 secs. 150 secs. 150 secs.

Fan Delay On Cooling 5 secs. 5 secs. 5 secs. 5 secs.

Off Cooling 60 secs. 60 secs. 60 secs. 60 secs.

Fan Delay On - Fan Only 5 secs. 5 secs. 5 secs. 5 secs.

Gas Supply Pressure (Natural/Propane) (" w.c.) 7 / 11 7 / 11 7 / 11 7 / 11

Manifold Pressure (Natural/Propane) (" w.c.) 3.5 / 10 3.5 /10 3.5 / 10 3.5 / 10

Orifice Size (Natural/Propane) #43 / #55 #43 / #55 #43 / #55 #43 / #55

Number of Burners 2 3 4 5
2
Filter Size (in .) Permanent 290 290 385 480

Disposable 580 580 770 960

Vent Connector Diameter (inches) 4 4 4 4

Shipping Weight (lbs.) 120 130 153 175

* Off Heating - This fan delay timing is adjustable (90, 120 or 150 seconds), 150 seconds as shipped.

Minimum Circuit Ampacity = (1.25 x Circulator Blower Amps) + ID Blower amps.3 Maximum Overcurrent Protection refers to maximum recommended fuse or
circuit breaker size.
NOTES: 1. All furnaces are manufactured for use on 115 VAC, 60 Hz, single phase electrical supply.
2. Gas Service Connection 1/2" FPT.
3. Important: It is required to size fuses and wires properly and make electrical connections in accordance with the National Electrical Code
and/or all existing local codes.
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SPECIFICATIONS GDT-B
MODEL GDT045-3B GDT070-3B GDT090-4B GDT115-5B

Btuh Input (US) Natural Gas 45,000 70,000 100,000 115,000

Output (US) Natural Gas 36,000 56,000 72,000 92,000

Btuh Input (US) LP Gas 40,000 60,000 80,000 100,000

Output (US) LP Gas 32,000 48,000 64,000 80,000

A.F.U.E. 80% 80% 80% 80%

Rated External Static (" w.c.) .10 - .50 .10 - .50 .10 - .50 .10 - .50

Temperature Rise (°F) 20 - 50 30 - 60 35 - 65 40 - 70

Pressure Switch Trip Point (" w.c.) -0.60 -0.60 -0.60 -0.70

Blower Wheel (D" x W") 10 X 6 10 X 6 10 X 8 10 X 10

Blower Horsepower 1/3 1/3 1/2 1/2

Blower Speeds 4 4 4 4

Max CFM @ 0.5 E.S.P. 1262 1262 1844 2134

Power Supply 115-60-1 115-60-1 115-60-1 115-60-1

Minimum Circuit Ampacity (MCA) 8.1 8.1 12.5 12.5

Maximum Overcurrent Device 15.0 15.0 15.0 15.0

Transformer (VA) 40 40 40 40

Primary Limit Setting (°F) 300 240 250 220

Auxiliary Limit Setting (°F) 120 120 120 120

Rollout Limit Setting (°F) 300 300 300 300

Fan Delay On Heating 30 secs. 30 secs. 30 secs. 30 secs.

Off Heating * 150 secs. 150 secs. 150 secs. 150 secs.

Fan Delay On Cooling 5 secs. 5 secs. 5 secs. 5 secs.

Off Cooling 60 secs. 60 secs. 60 secs. 60 secs.

Fan Delay On - Fan Only 5 secs. 5 secs. 5 secs. 5 secs.

Gas Supply Pressure (Natural/Propane) (" w.c.) 7 / 11 7 / 11 7 / 11 7 / 11

Manifold Pressure (Natural/Propane) (" w.c.) 3.5 / 10 3.5 /10 3.5 / 10 3.5 / 10

Orifice Size (Natural/Propane) #43 / #55 #43 / #55 #43 / #55 #43 / #55

Number of Burners 2 3 4 5
2
Filter Size (in .) Permanent 290 290 385 480

Disposable 580 580 770 960

Vent Connector Diameter (inches) 4 4 4 4

Shipping Weight (lbs.) 120 130 153 175

* Off Heating - This fan delay timing is adjustable (90, 120 or 150 seconds), 150 seconds as shipped.
Minimum Circuit Ampacity = (1.25 x Circulator Blower Amps) + ID Blower amps.3 Maximum Overcurrent Protection refers to maximum recommended fuse or
circuit breaker size.
NOTES: 1. All furnaces are manufactured for use on 115 VAC, 60 Hz, single phase electrical supply.
2. Gas Service Connection 1/2" FPT.
3. Important: It is required to size fuses and wires properly and make electrical connections in accordance with the National Electrical Code
and/or all existing local codes.
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SPECIFICATIONS GMTH
MODEL GMTH045-3 GMTH070-3 GMTH115-5

Btuh Input (US) Natural Gas 45,000 70,000 115,000

Output (US) Natural Gas 36,000 56,000 92,000

Btuh Input (US) LP Gas 40,000 60,000 100,000

Output (US) LP Gas 32,000 48,000 80,000

A.F.U.E. 80% 80% 80%

Rated External Static (" w.c.) .10 - .50 .10 - .50 .10 - .50

Temperature Rise (°F) 15 - 45 20 - 50 35 - 65

Pressure Switch Trip Point (" w.c.) -0.60 -0.60 -1.00

Blower Wheel (D" x W") 10 X 6 11 X 8 11 X 10

Blower Horsepower 1/3 3/4 3/4

Blower Speeds 3 3 3

Max CFM @ 0.5 E.S.P. 1490 1891 2188

Power Supply 115-60-1 115-60-1 115-60-1

Minimum Circuit Ampacity (MCA) 7.8 9.6 9.6

Maximum Overcurrent Device 15.0 15.0 15.0

Transformer (VA) 40 40 40

Primary Limit Setting (°F) 230 240 300

Auxiliary Limit Setting (°F) 120 120 120

Rollout Limit Setting (°F) 300 300 300

Fan Delay On Heating 30 secs. 30 secs. 30 secs.

Off Heating * 150 secs. 150 secs. 150 secs.

Fan Delay On Cooling 5 secs. 5 secs. 5 secs.

Off Cooling 60 secs. 60 secs. 60 secs.

Fan Delay On - Fan Only 5 secs. 5 secs. 5 secs.

Gas Supply Pressure (Natural/Propane) (" w.c.) 7 / 11 7 / 11 7 / 11

Manifold Pressure (Natural/Propane) (" w.c.) 3.5 / 10 3.5 /10 3.5 / 10

Orifice Size (Natural/Propane) #43 / #55 #43 / #55 #43 / #55

Number of Burners 2 3 5
2
Filter Size (in .) Permanent 290 385 480

Disposable 580 770 960

Vent Connector Diameter (inches) 4 4 4

Shipping Weight (lbs.) 114 140 170

* Off Heating - This fan delay timing is adjustable (90, 120 or 150 seconds), 150 seconds as shipped.

Minimum Circuit Ampacity = (1.25 x Circulator Blower Amps) + ID Blower amps.3 Maximum Overcurrent Protection refers to maximum recommended fuse or
circuit breaker size.
NOTES: 1. All furnaces are manufactured for use on 115 VAC, 60 Hz, single phase electrical supply.
2. Gas Service Connection 1/2" FPT.
3. Important: It is required to size fuses and wires properly and make electrical connections in accordance with the National Electrical Code
and/or all existing local codes.
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SPECIFICATIONS GMTH-A/B
MODEL GMTH045-3A/B GMTH070-3A/B GMTH090-5A/B

Btuh Input (US) Natural Gas 45,000 70,000 90,000

Output (US) Natural Gas 36,000 56,000 72,000

Btuh Input (US) LP Gas 40,000 60,000 80,000

Output (US) LP Gas 32,000 48,000 64,000

A.F.U.E. 80% 80% 80%

Rated External Static (" w.c.) .10 - .50 .10 - .50 .10 - .50

Temperature Rise (°F) 15 - 45 20 - 50 35 - 65

Pressure Switch Trip Point (" w.c.) -0.60 -0.60 -0.70

Blower Wheel (D" x W") 10 X 6 10 X 8 11 X 10

Blower Horsepower 1/3 3/4 3/4

Blower Speeds 4 3 3

Max CFM @ 0.5 E.S.P. 1499 1773 2134

Power Supply 115-60-1 115-60-1 115-60-1

Minimum Circuit Ampacity (MCA) 12.5 11.8 11.8

Maximum Overcurrent Device 15.0 15.0 15.0

Transformer (VA) 40 40 40

Primary Limit Setting (°F) 230 240 240

Auxiliary Limit Setting (°F) 120 120 120

Rollout Limit Setting (°F) 300 300 300

Fan Delay On Heating 30 secs. 30 secs. 30 secs.

Off Heating * 150 secs. 150 secs. 150 secs.

Fan Delay On Cooling 5 secs. 5 secs. 5 secs.

Off Cooling 60 secs. 60 secs. 60 secs.

Fan Delay On - Fan Only 5 secs. 5 secs. 5 secs.

Gas Supply Pressure (Natural/Propane) (" w.c.) 7 / 11 7 / 11 7 / 11

Manifold Pressure (Natural/Propane) (" w.c.) 3.5 / 10 3.5 /10 3.5 /10

Orifice Size (Natural/Propane) #43 / #55 #43 / #55 #43 / #55

Number of Burners 2 3 4
2
Filter Size (in .) Permanent 290 385 480

Disposable 580 770 960

Vent Connector Diameter (inches) 4 4 4

Shipping Weight (lbs.) 120 130 153

* Off Heating - This fan delay timing is adjustable (90, 120 or 150 seconds), 150 seconds as shipped.

Minimum Circuit Ampacity = (1.25 x Circulator Blower Amps) + ID Blower amps.3 Maximum Overcurrent Protection refers to maximum recommended fuse or
circuit breaker size.
NOTES: 1. All furnaces are manufactured for use on 115 VAC, 60 Hz, single phase electrical supply.
2. Gas Service Connection 1/2" FPT.
3. Important: It is required to size fuses and wires properly and make electrical connections in accordance with the National Electrical Code
and/or all existing local codes.
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SPECIFICATIONS GMP
PERFORMANCE RATINGS
Natural Gas Natural Gas Temperature
Model Input Heating Capacity DOE**
Rise Range
Number AFUE
Btuh Btuh (°F)
GMP050-3 45,000 36,000 80.0 25 - 55
GMP075-3 75,000 60,000 80.0 35 - 65
GMP075-4 75,000 60,000 80.0 25 - 55
GMP100-3 100,000 80,000 80.0 45 - 75
GMP100-4 100,000 80,000 80.0 35 - 65
GMP100-5 100,000 80,000 80.0 35 - 65
GMP125-4 125,000 100,000 80.0 45 - 75
GMP125-5 125,000 100,000 80.0 45 - 75
GMP150-5 140,000 112,000 80.0 35 - 65

BEFORE PURCHASING THIS APPLIANCE, READ IMPORTANT ENERGY COST AND EFFICIENCY
INFORMATION AVAILABLE FROM YOUR RETAILER.

SPECIFICATION DATA

Circulator Blower Filter Size (in2.)4 Minimum Maximum


Vent
Model 1
Circuit Overcurrent Ship. Wt.
Number Size No. of Diameter Ampacity Protection3
2
(lbs)
HP (in.) Permanent
(D"xW") Speeds (Amps) (Amps)

GMP050-3 10 X 6 1/3 4 4 14 X 25 5.2 15.0 114


GMP075-3 10 X 6 1/3 4 4 14 X 25 5.2 15.0 124
GMP075-4 10 X 8 1/2 3 4 16 X 25 7.8 15.0 136
GMP100-3 10 X 8 1/3 4 4 16 X 25 5.2 15.0 146
GMP100-4 10 X 8 1/2 3 4 16 X 25 7.8 15.0 146
GMP100-5 11 X 10 3/4 3 4 20 X25 8.2 15.0 156
GMP125-4 10 x 10 1/2 3 4 20 X 25 7.8 15.0 166
GMP125-5 11 X 10 3/4 3 4 20 X 25 8.2 15.0 166
GMP150-5 10 X 6(2) 3/4 3 4* 24 X 25 9.6 15.0 176
1
Vent and combustion air diameters may vary depending upon vent length. Refer to furnace installation instructions.
2
Minimum Circuit Ampacity = (1.25 x Circulator Blower Amps) + ID Blower amps.
3
Maximum Overcurrent Protection refers to maximum recommended fuse or circuit breaker size.
4 Filter dimensions for bottom application. All models require 18" x 25" filter(s) for side air installations. Permanent air filters
recommended. Both sides or bottom inlet(s) must be used for applications over 1800 cfm.
* GMP150-5 requires 5" diameter vent in downflow configuration.
NOTES:
1. All furnaces are manufactured for use on 115 VAC, 60 Hz, single phase electrical supply.
2. Gas Service Connection 1/2" FPT.
3. Important: It is required to size fuses and wires properly and make electrical connections in accordance with the National
Electrical Code and/or all existing local codes.
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SPECIFICATIONS GPD
PERFORMANCE RATINGS

Natural Gas (Btuh) Propane Gas DOE Temperature Rise


Model Number
AFUE Range
Input Output Input Output
GPD050-3 45,000 36,000 40,000 32,000 80.0 25 - 55
GPD075-3 75,000 60,000 60,000 48,000 80.0 30 - 60
GPD100-4 100,000 80,000 80,000 64,000 80.0 40 - 70
GPD125-4 125,000 100,000 100,000 80,000 80.0 45 - 75

BEFORE PURCHASING THIS APPLIANCE, READ IMPORTANT ENERGY COST AND EFFICIENCY
INFORMATION AVAILABLE FROM YOUR RETAILER.

SPECIFICATION DATA

Circulator Blower Filter Size (in2.) Minimum Maximum


Vent
Model 1
Circuit Overcurrent Ship. Wt.
Diameter
Number Size
HP
No. of
Permanent Ampacity Protection3
2
(lbs)
(D"xW") Speeds (in.)
(Amps) (Amps)

GPD050-3 10 X 6 1/3 4 4 188 x 375 5.2 15.0 114


GPD075-3 10 X 6 1/3 4 4 275 x 555 5.2 15.0 124
GPD100-4 10 X 8 1/2 3 4 303 x 606 7.8 15.0 146
GPD125-4 10 X 10 1/2 3 4 347 x 649 7.8 15.0 166
1
Vent and combustion air diameters may vary depending upon vent length. Refer to furnace installation instructions.
2
Minimum Circuit Ampacity = (1.25 x Circulator Blower Amps) + ID Blower amps.
3
Maximum Overcurrent Protection refers to maximum recommended fuse or circuit breaker size.
NOTES:
1. All furnaces are manufactured for use on 115 VAC, 60 Hz, single phase electrical supply.
2. Gas Service Connection 1/2" FPT.
3. Important: It is required to size fuses and wires properly and make electrical connections in accordance with the National Electrical
Code and/or all existing local codes.

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DIMENSIONS GMT
28"
A 3-1/4"
2"
3/4" 19-5/8" 5-1/16"
B
3-1/4"
3-1/8"
3/4" 8"
12-3/4"
GAS INLET 13-1/4" GAS INLET

39"

LOW VOLTAGE LOW VOLTAGE

ELEC. 14-1/4"
ELEC.
10-1/4"

1-3/8"

Model Number A B

GMT045-3*
14" 12 1/2"
GMT070-3*
GMT070-4*
GMT090-3* 17-1/2" 16"
GMT090-4*
GMT090-5*
21" 19-1/2"
GMT115-5*

GMT140-5* 24-1/2" 23"

MINIMUM CLEARANCES TO COMBUSTIBLE MATERIALS


(INCHES)
Vent**
Sides Rear Front* Top
SW B
1 0 3 6 1 1
Approved for line contact in the horizontal position.
*36" clearance for serviceability recommended.
**Single Wall Vent (SW) to be used only as a connector. Refer to the venting
tables outlined in the Installation Manual for additional venting requirements.

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DIMENSIONS GDT

28"
A 1-3/8"
3/4" 19-5/8"
B

3/4"
10-1/4"
LOW VOLTAGE
14-1/4"
ELEC.

39"

GAS INLET
GAS INLET

11-3/8"
8-5/8"

4-3/8" 1-7/8"

Non Combustible
Model Number A B
Floor Base

GDT045-3*
14" 12-1/2" SBT14
GDT070-3*

GDT090-4* 17-1/2" 16" SBT17

GDT115-5* 21" 19-1/2" SBT21

MINIMUM CLEARANCES TO COMBUSTIBLE MATERIALS


(INCHES)
Vent**
Sides Rear Front* Top
SW B
1 0 3 6 1 1
*36" clearance for serviceability recommended.
**Single Wall Vent (SW) to be used only as a connector. Refer to the venting
tables outlined in the Installation Manual for additional venting requirements.

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DIMENSIONS GMP
51.43 A

43.50 1.91 B 1.91 12.38 (TYP)


1.91
1.91 10.00

1.91 7.94

20.16
13.18

11.59

31.27
99.06

10.16 10.16

38

25.88 25.88

` 71.12
3.49 58.42

Non Combustible
Model Number A B
Floor Base

GMP050-32
14" 12-1/2" SBM14
GMP075-32

GMP100-42 17-1/2" 16" SBM17

GMP125-52 21.0" 19.5" SBGM21

GMP150-52 25 23 SBM24

MINIMUM CLEARANCES TO COMBUSTIBLE MATERIALS (INCHES)

Vent** Top
Sides Rear Front*
SW B Horizontal Upflow
1 0 3 6 1 8 1
*36" clearance for serviceability recommended.
**Single Wall Vent (SW) to be used only as a connector. Refer to the venting tables
outlined in the Installation Manual for additional venting requirements.

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DIMENSIONS GMPE
20 1/4" A 4 7/8"
3/4" 3/4" (TYP)
3/4" 17 1/8" B
45º 3 15/16"
3/4" 3/4" (TYP)

3 1/8"

7 15/16"
5 3/16"

4 9/16"

12 5/16" 39"

4" 4"

15"

10 3/16" 10 3/16"

1 3/8" (TYP) C 23"


28"

Non Combustible
Model Number A B C
Floor Base

GMPE075-3 17.5" 16.0" 16.0" SBM17

GMPE100-4
21.0" 19.5" 19.5" SBM21
GMPE125-5

MINIMUM CLEARANCES TO COMBUSTIBLE MATERIALS


(INCHES)
Vent**
Sides Rear Front* Top
SW B
1 0 3 6 1 1
*36" clearance for serviceability recommended.
**Single Wall Vent (SW) to be used only as a connector. Refer to the venting
tables outlined in the Installation Manual for additional venting requirements.

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MAINTENANCE
8. Remove the vent from the furnace venter blower.
9. Remove the venter blower and collector box.
10. With a stiff wire brush on a flexible handle and remove
any loose scale from the heat exchanger at both the
flue and burner openings.
11. With a vacuum remove any loose scale dislodged and
any additional debris found in the heat exchanger.
12. Visually inspect the heat exchanger cells for any fail-
MAIN BURNER ADJUSTMENT ures using a bright light. If any failures are discov-
1. The main burners should not need adjustment in most ered it is important to disable the furnace and no-
instances. However, burner air shutters on some mod- tify the end user that it remains inoperable until
els are provided should adjustment be necessary. After repairs are implemented.
the furnace has been in operation for at least five (5) 13. Reassemble the furnace in the reverse order. Note: No
minutes loosen the air shutter locking screws and close additional screws or wires are supplied. All components
the shutter until yellow tipped flames appear. Slowly open must be reassembled to avoid an unsafe condition.
the shutter until the yellow disappears. Retighten the 14. Reconnect gas supply and check for leaks using a soap
locking screw. solution. If a flexible gas line is used examine it for cracks
MOTOR LUBRICATION AND MAINTENANCE or weakness. Replace if necessary.
1. The circulating air blower is equipped with bearings that 15. Restore electrical power.
are permanently lubricated by the motor manufacturer
and require no lubrication. At the time of the monthly
filter inspection clean the exterior of the circulating mo-
tor, especially around the perimeter air holes to prevent
the possibility of overheating due to an accumulation of
dust or dirt on the windings and motor casing. Dirty fil-
ters will restrict the air flow over the motor windings and 16. Follow the lighting instructions to place the furnace into
possibly cause an overheating condition. operation.
2. The induced draft vent motors are prelubricated by the AIR FILTERS
motor manufacturer and require no attention.
INSPECTING / CLEANING HEAT EXCHANGERS
NOTE: It is the obligation of the installer to advise the user
to have the furnace inspected and cleaned annually. To clean
the heat exchanger perform the following:
1. Adjust the room thermostat to its lowest setting. 1. Prior to inspecting air filters, turn off the electric supply
2. Turn off the gas and electric supply to the furnace. to the appliance. Instructions for replacing filters can be
found in the Installation and Operating Instructions. Do
not operate the furnace without air filters in place.
2. Inspect filters monthly. Failure to change air filters regu-
larly can result in permanent damage to the circulating
blower motor and adversely effect the furnace perfor-
mance.
3 Remove the access control door.
4. Disconnect the gas supply line attached to the gas valve.
5. Remove the wire connected to the gas valve.
6. Remove the burner box assembly. Care must be exer-
cised to avoid damage to any components.
7. Inshot burners should not require cleaning. However, if
they exhibit signs of corrosion they can be cleaned by
brushing with a stiff wire brush.

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MAINTENANCE
IGNITION SYSTEM DRAIN SYSTEM (Condensing Furnaces Only)
1. Inspect the drain system during the normal monthly fil-
ter change. Any blockages should be corrected to in-
sure proper operation of the furnace.
GENERAL FURNACE INSPECTION
The preceding sections cover specific areas of maintenance;
1. Integrated control boards are not field servicable. however, on a regular basis the following should be inspected:
2. Check for tight wire connections on the integrated con- 1. Return air connection(s) must be sealed to the furnace
trol board. and terminate outside the furnace room.
3. Turn off electrical power to furnace before tightening any 2. The return air plenum(s) must be free of holes or other
electrical connections. openings and show no signs of distortion.
3. The seal between the furnace and the base or flooring to
VENT AND COMBUSTION AIR INSPECTION which the furnace is mounted should show no signs of
1. Check that the vent and vent connector are securely deterioration, sags, cracks or gaps and must provide a
attached to the furnace and show no signs of deteriora- definite seal between the base or flooring and the fur-
tion or sagging. nace.
2. Check for leaks around the fittings or joints.
3. Check for proper vent pipe clearance from combustible
materials. Check vent pipe for proper venting to the out-
side of the structure. Follow all local code requirements
for proper vent piping, termination and required clear-
ances.

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SERVICING

1 0 0
9 9 1 1 9 9 1
2 8 8 2 2 8 8 2
3 7 7 3 3 7 7 3
4 6 6 4 4 6 6 4
5 5 5 5
1 Million 100 Thousand 10 Thousand 1 Thousand

Quarter One CUBIC


Foot
FEET
Foot

GAS RATE -- CUBIC FEET PER HOUR


Size of Test Dial Size of Test Dial
Seconds 1/4 1/2 1 2 5 Seconds 1/4 1/2 1 2 5
for One cu/ft cu/ft cu/ft cu/ft cu/ft for One cu/ft cu/ft cu/ft cu/ft cu/ft
Revolution Revolution
10 90 180 360 720 1800 36 25 50 100 200 500
11 82 164 327 655 1636 37 -- -- 97 195 486
12 75 150 300 600 1500 38 23 47 95 189 474
13 69 138 277 555 1385 39 -- -- 92 185 462
14 64 129 257 514 1286 40 22 45 90 180 450
15 60 120 240 480 1200 41 -- -- -- 176 439
16 56 113 225 450 1125 42 21 43 86 172 429
17 53 106 212 424 1059 43 -- -- -- 167 419
18 50 100 200 400 1000 44 -- 41 82 164 409
19 47 95 189 379 947 45 20 40 80 160 400
20 45 90 180 360 900 46 -- -- 78 157 391
21 43 86 171 343 857 47 19 38 76 153 383
22 41 82 164 327 818 48 -- -- 75 150 375
23 39 78 157 313 783 49 -- -- -- 147 367
24 37 75 150 300 750 50 18 36 72 144 360
25 36 72 144 288 720 51 -- -- -- 141 355
26 34 69 138 277 692 52 -- -- 69 138 346
27 33 67 133 265 667 53 17 34 -- 136 340
28 32 64 129 257 643 54 -- -- 67 133 333
29 31 62 124 248 621 55 -- -- -- 131 327
30 30 60 120 240 600 56 16 32 64 129 321
31 -- -- 116 232 581 57 -- -- -- 126 316
32 28 56 113 225 563 58 -- 31 62 124 310
33 -- -- 109 218 545 59 -- -- -- 122 305
34 26 53 106 212 529 60 15 30 60 120 300
35 -- -- 103 206 514

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SERVICING
GAS HEATING - SERVICE ANALYSIS GUIDE
Complaint No Heat Unsatisfactory Heat

Burner Shuts Off prior to T'Stat being Satisfied

See Service Procedure Reference


Burner Ignites-Locks Out
System Will Not Start

Soot and /or Fumes


Burner Won't Ignite

Not Enough Heat


POSSIBLE CAUSE

Too Much Heat


Short Cycles
Long Cycles
SYMPTOM
Test Method
DOTS IN ANALYSIS
Remedy
GUIDE INDICATE
"POSSIBLE CAUSE"

Power Failure • Test Voltage S-1


Blown Fuse • Test Voltage S-4
Loose Connection • Check Wiring S-2
Shorted or Broken Wires • Check Wiring S-3
No Low Voltage • Check Transformer S-4
Faulty Thermostat • • • • Check Thermostat S-3
Faulty Transformer • Check Transformer S-4
Poor or High Resistance Ground • Measure Ground Resistance S-13
Improper Heat Anticipator Setting • • • • Adjust Heat Anticipator Setting S-3
Improper Thermostat Location • • • • Relocate Thermostat
Faulty Limit or Roll Out Switch • • Test Control S-5 & 7
Faulty Flame Sensor • Test Flame Sensor S-14
Faulty Ignition Control • • Test Control S-13
Gas Valve or Gas Supply Shut Off • Turn Valves to On Position S-11
Faulty Induced Draft Blower • • Test Blower S-9
Broken or Shorted Ignitor • Test Ignitor S-12
Dirty Flame Sensor, Low uA • Clean Flame Sensor S-14
Flame Sensor not in Flame, Low uA • Test/Adjust Position of Flame Sensor S-14
Faulty Gas Valve • • • Replace Gas Valve S-11
Open Auxiliary Limit • • Reset Control S-6
Improper Air Flow or Distribution • • Check Duct Static S-21
Cycling on Limit • • • Check Controls & Temperature Rise S-5 & 22
Delayed Ignition • Test for Delayed Ignition S-19
Flashback • Test for Flashback S-20
Orifice Size • • • Check Orifices S-16
Gas Pressure • • • • Check Gas Pressure S-18
Cracked Heat Exchanger • Check Burner Flames S-15
Stuck Gas Valve • • • Replace Gas Valve S-11
Furnace Undersized • Replace with Proper Size Furnace
Faulty Pressure Switch • • • Test Pressure Switch S-8
Blocked or Restricted Flue • Check Flue/Drawdown Pressure S-8
Open Roll Out Switch • • Test Control S-7
Bouncing On Pressure Switch • Test Negative Pressure S-8

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SERVICING
SERVICING SECTION INDEX
S-1 Checking Voltage ......................................................................................................... 33
S-2 Checking Wiring ........................................................................................................... 33
S-3A Thermostat and Wiring ................................................................................................ 33
S-3B Heating Anticipator ....................................................................................................... 34
S-3C Cooling Anticipator ....................................................................................................... 34
S-4 Checking Transformer and Control Circuit .................................................................. 34
S-5 Checking Primary Limit Control ................................................................................... 37
S-6 Checking Auxiliary Limit Control ................................................................................... 38
S-7 Checking Flame Rollout Control .................................................................................. 39
S-8 Checking Pressure Control .......................................................................................... 41
S-9 Checking Air Circulator Blower Motor or Induced Draft Blower Motor .......................... 44
S-9A Checking Variable Speed Air Circulator Blower Motor.................................................. 44
S-10 Checking Capacitor ...................................................................................................... 48
S-10A Resistance Check ........................................................................................................ 49
S-11 Checking Gas Valve ..................................................................................................... 49
S-12 Checking Hot Surface Ignitor ........................................................................................ 50
S-13 Checking Integrated Ignition Controls ........................................................................... 50
S-14 Checking Flame Sensor............................................................................................... 56
S-15 Checking Main Burners ................................................................................................ 57

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SERVICING
S-1 CHECKING VOLTAGE 2. Using an ohmmeter to check continuity of any suspected
open wires.
3. If any wires must be replaced, replace with AWM, 105°C.
4/64 thick insulation of the same gauge or its equivalent.

S-3 CHECKING THERMOSTAT, WIRING AND


ANTICIPATOR
S-3A Thermostat and Wiring

1. Remove the burner door on 80% furnace or blower com-


partment door on 90% furnace to gain entry to Junction
Box.
2. Remove cover from Junction Box and gain access to
1. Remove the blower compartment door to gain access to
incoming power lines.
the thermostat low voltage wires located at the furnace
With Power ON: integrated control module terminals.
2. Remove the thermostat low voltage wires at the furnace
control panel terminal board.
3. Jumper terminals R to W (W1 and W2) on the integrated
ignition control.
3. Using a voltmeter, measure the voltage across the hot With Power On (and Door Interlock Switch closed):
and neutral connections.
NOTE: To energize the furnace, the Door Interlock Switch
must be engaged at this point.
4. No reading - indicates open wiring, open fuse, no power,
or etc. from unit to fused disconnect service. Repair as
4. Induced Draft Motor must run and pull in pressure switch.
needed.
5. If the hot surface ignitor heats and at the end of the this
5. With ample voltage at line voltage connectors, energize
ignitor warm-up period the gas valve opens and the burn-
the furnace blower motor by jumpering terminals R to G
ers ignite, the trouble is in the thermostat or wiring.
on the integrated ignition control.
6. With power off, check the continuity of the thermostat
6. With the blower motor in operation, the voltage should
and wiring. Repair or replace as necessary.
be 115 volts ± 10 percent.
If checking the furnace in the air conditioning mode, pro-
7. If the reading falls below the minimum voltage, check
ceed as follows.
the line wire size. Long runs of undersized wire can cause
low voltage. If wire size is adequate, notify the local power 7. With power off, Jumper terminals R to Y to G.
company of the condition. 8. Turn on the power.
8. After completing check and/or repair, replace Junction 9. If the furnace blower motor starts and the condensing
Box cover and reinstall burner compartment door on 80% unit runs, then the trouble is in the thermostat or wiring.
or blower compartment door on 90% furnace. Repair or replace as necessary.
9. Turn on electrical power and verify proper unit operation. 10. After completing check and/or repair of wiring and check
and/or replacement of thermostat, reinstall blower com-
partment door.
S-2 CHECKING WIRING 11. Turn on electrical power and verify proper unit operation.
S-3B Heating Anticipator
The heating anticipator is a wire wound adjustable heater
which is energized during the "ON" cycle to help prevent
overheating of the conditioned space.
1. Check wiring visually for signs of overheating, damaged The anticipator is a part of the thermostat and if it should fail
insulations and loose connections. for any reason, the thermostat must be replaced.

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SERVICING
The heating anticipator setting for furnaces covered in this With Power On (and Door Interlock Switch closed):
manual is 0.70 Amps. 5. Check transformer primary voltage at incoming line volt-
If the anticipator current draw is unknown, then an amp draw age connections, fuse, splices, and blower door inter-
should be taken to determine the anticipator setting. Use lock switch.
an amprobe as shown in the following drawing. 6. If line voltage is available to the primary side of trans-
former and not at secondary side, the transformer is
10 TURNS OF inoperative. Replace.
THERMOSTAT WIRE
(From "W" on thermostat) 7. After completing check and/or replacement of trans-
former and check and/or repair of control circuit, rein-
STATIONARY JAW stall blower compartment door.
OF AMPROBE
8. Turn on electrical power and verify proper unit opera-
tion.

S-5 CHECKING PRIMARY LIMIT CONTROL


The 80% furnaces use nonadjustable, automatic reset, pri-
mary limits part # B13701(87-99) and B13709*. The illustra-
READS 4 AMPS tion below shows how to test limit controls. See the follow-
CURRENT DRAW ing note BEFORE replacing the limit control.
WOULD BE .4 AMPS
NOTE: The following service problems could cause the pri-
mary limit to open up and should be checked first:
Checking Heating Anticipator Current (Amp) Draw 1. Low air flow. Check for dirty evaporator coil, dirty
blower wheel, blower motor not running or turning too
slow, high duct static pressure (duct system under-
S-3C Cooling Anticipator sized), high static air filters, return air duct or return grilles
The cooling anticipator is a small heater (resistor) in the undersized.
thermostat. During the "OFF" cycle it heats the bimetal el-
ement helping the thermostat call for the next cooling cycle.
This prevents the room temperature from rising too high be-
fore the system is restarted. A properly sized anticipator
should maintain room temperature within 1 1/2 to 2 degrees
range.
1. Remove burner compartment door to gain access to the
The anticipator is fixed in the subbase and is not to be re- primary limit.
placed. If the anticipator should fail for any reason, the sub-
2. Remove low voltage wires at limit control terminals.
base must be changed.
3. With an ohmmeter, test between these two terminals
S-4 CHECKING TRANSFORMER AND CON- as shown in the following drawing. Should read continu-
TROL CIRCUIT ous unless heat exchanger temperature is above limit
A step-down transformer 120 volt primary to 24 volt second- control setting. If not as above, replace the control.
ary, 40 VA (Heating and Cooling Models) supplies ample
capacity of power for either operation.

VOLT / OH M
METER

1. Remove blower compartment door to gain access to the


thermostat low voltage wires located at the furnace inte-
grated control module.
2. Remove the thermostat low voltage wires at the furnace
integrated control module terminals.

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SERVICING
4. After completing check and/or replacement of primary
limit control, reinstall burner compartment door.
5. Turn on electrical power and verify proper unit operation.
As shown in the following drawing, limit control should read
continuous unless the heat exchanger temperature is above
limit control setting. If not as above, replace the control VOLT / OHM
METER

COLOR
IDENTIFYING
Volt / Ohm SLEEVES
Meter
COLOR
IDENTIFYING
TAB

Testing Primary Limit Control


(GMNT, GMT Furnaces)
6. After completing check and/or replacement of primary
Testing Primary Limit Control limit control, reinstall burner compartment door.

(GMP, GMPN Furnaces) 7. Turn on electrical power and verify proper unit operation.
To aid in identifying these controls, refer to the following
Primary Limit Charts for temperature setting and length speci-
fications.

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SERVICING
80% Primary Limit
( GDT - GMT - GMTH )
Part Number B1370187 B1370190 B1370191 B1370192 B1370193 B1370194 b1370195 B1370196 B1370919 B1370920 B1370921
Open Setting °F 160 210 220 230 240 250 300 320 170 F 180 F 240 F
Length (Inches) 3" 3" 3" 3" 3" 3" 3" 3" 7" 7" 7"
GDT 045-3* --- --- --- --- --- --- 1 --- --- --- ---
GDT 070-3* --- --- --- --- 1 --- --- --- --- --- ---
GDT 090-4* --- --- --- --- --- 1 --- --- --- --- ---
GDT 115-5* --- --- 1 --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---

GMT 045-3* --- --- --- --- --- --- 1 --- --- --- ---
GMT 070-3* --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- 1 ---
GMT 070-4* --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- 1 --- ---
GMT 090-3* --- 1 --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---
GMT 090-4* --- 1 --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---
GMT 090-5* --- --- --- --- --- --- --- 1 --- --- ---
GMT 115-5* --- --- 1 --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---
GMT 135-5* 1 --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---
GMT 140-5* 1 --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---

GMTH 045-3* --- --- --- 1 --- --- --- --- --- --- ---
GMTH 070-4* --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- 1
GMTH 090-5* --- --- --- --- 1 --- --- --- --- --- ---
GMTH 115-5* --- --- --- --- --- --- 1 --- --- --- ---

80% Primary Limit


( GMP - GMPE - GMPH - GPD )
Part Number B1370902 B1370903 B1370905 B1370908 B1370910 B1370911 B1370912 B1370914 B1370915
Open Setting °F 210 240 290 160 170 220 240 220 230
Length (Inches) 3" 3" 3" 7" 7" 3" 7" 7" 3"
GMP 050-3* --- --- --- --- --- --- 1 --- ---
GMP 075-3* --- --- --- 1 --- --- --- --- ---
GMP 075-4* --- --- --- --- --- 1
GMP 100-3* --- --- 1 --- --- --- --- --- ---
GMP 100-4* --- --- 1 --- --- --- --- --- ---
GMP 100-5* 1 --- --- --- --- --- --- ---
GMP 125-4* 1 --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---
GMP 125-5* --- --- --- --- --- --- 1 --- ---
GMP 150-5* --- --- --- --- --- --- --- 1 ---

GMPE 075-3* --- --- --- --- 1 --- --- --- ---
GMPE 100-4* --- --- --- --- --- --- 1 --- ---
GMPE 125-5 --- --- --- 1 --- --- --- --- ---

GMPH 050-3* --- 1 --- --- --- --- --- --- ---
GMPH 075-3* --- 1 --- --- --- --- --- --- ---
GMPH 080-5* --- --- --- --- 1 --- --- --- ---
GMPH 120-5* --- --- --- --- --- --- --- 1 ---

GPD 050-3* --- --- --- --- --- --- 1 --- ---
GPD 075-3* 1 --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---
GPD 100-4* --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- 1
GPD 125-4* --- --- --- --- --- 1 --- --- ---

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90% Primary Limit
Part Number B1370187 B1370188 B1370189 B1370190 B1370906 B1370908 B1370909 B1370910
Open Setting °F 160 170 200 210 150 160 160 170
Length (Inches) 3" 3" 3" 3" 7" 7" 3" 7"
GMPN 040-3* --- --- --- --- 1 --- --- ---
GMPN 060-3* --- --- --- --- --- 1 --- ---
GMPN 080-4* --- --- --- --- --- 1 --- ---
GMPN 100-4* --- --- --- --- --- --- --- 1
GMPN 120-5* --- --- --- --- --- 1 --- ---

GSM 060-3 --- --- --- --- --- --- 1 ---


GSM 080-4 --- --- --- --- --- 1 --- ---
GSM 100-4 --- --- --- --- --- --- --- 1

GSMS 060-3 --- --- --- --- --- --- 1 ---


GSMS 080-3 --- --- --- --- --- 1 --- ---
GSMS 100-4 --- --- --- --- --- --- --- 1

GMNT 040-3* --- 1 --- --- --- --- --- ---


GMNT 060-3* 1 --- --- --- --- --- --- ---
GMNT 080-4* --- --- 1 --- --- --- --- ---
GMNT 100-4* --- 1 --- --- --- --- --- ---
GMNT 120-5* --- 1 --- --- --- --- --- ---

GMNTE 060-3* --- 1 --- --- --- --- --- ---


GMNTE 080-4* --- 1 --- --- --- --- --- ---
GMNTE 100-4* --- --- --- 1 --- --- --- ---
GMNTE 120-5* --- --- --- 1 --- --- --- ---

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S-6 CHECKING AUXILIARY LIMIT CONTROL 90% Auxiliary Limit
The auxiliary limit switch (B13701-55) is a safety control Part Number B13701-55
that senses high temperature within the furnace or duct work. Open Setting °F 120
This control is preset to open at 120°F and close at 90°F. It NA
GMPN 040-3*
is not adjustable and automatically resets. The control is
GMPN 060-3* NA
located in the blower compartment of the furnace on the
GMPN 080-4* NA
blower housing. Auxiliary limits may be on the side or front
GMPN 100-4* NA
of the blower housing.
GMPN 120-5* NA
80% Auxiliary Limit
Part Number B13701-55 GSM 060-3 NA
Open Setting °F 120 GSM 080-4 NA
GDT 045-3* 1 GSM 100-4 NA
GDT 070-3* 1
GDT 090-4* 1 GSMS 060-3 NA
GDT 115-5* 1 GSMS 080-3 NA
GSMS 100-4 NA
GMP 050-3* 1
GMP 075-3* 1 GMNT 040-3* 1
GMP 075-4* 1 GMNT 060-3* 1
GMP 100-3* 1 GMNT 080-4* 1
GMP 100-4* 1 GMNT 100-4* 1
GMP 100-5* 1 GMNT 120-5* 1
GMP 125-4* 1
GMP 125-5* 1
GMNTE 060-3* 1
GMP 150-5* 1 GMNTE 080-4* 1
GMNTE 100-4* 1
GMPE 075-3* 1 GMNTE 120-5* 1
GMPE 100-4* 1
GMPE 125-5* 1

GMPH 050-3* 1 AUXILIARY LIMIT


GMPH 075-3* 1 CONTROL

GMPH 080-5* 1
GMPH 120-5* 1

GMT 045-3* 1 BLOWER HOUSING

GMT 070-3* 1
GMT 070-4* 1
GMT 090-3* 1 AUXILIARY LIMIT
CONTROL
GMT 090-4* 1
GMT 090 -5* 1
GMT 115-5* 1
GMT 135-5* 1
GMT 140-5* 1

Auxiliary Limit Control Location


GMTH 045-3* 1
GMTH 070-4* 1 (Side location shown)
GMTH 090-5* 1 GMP furnace with the edge card control board is connected
GMTH115-5* 1 in series with the primary limit which connects to the inte-
grated ignition control. Interruption of the circuit will cause a
GPD 050-3* 1 (4) flash code on the control board. These symptoms are
GPD 075-3* 1 identical to a trip of the primary limit control. The air circula-
GPD 100-4* 1 tion blower will run continuously.
GPD 125-4* 1
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GDP, GDT, GMP, GMPE, GMNT, GMT, GMTH and GPD
furnaces using the 9-pin connector on the control board is
connected in series through the rollout switches. Interrup-
tion of the circuit will cause a (1) flash code of ignition
failure. If its temperature should be exceeded, it will open,
interrupting the voltage to the gas valve causing it to close.
The auxiliary limit control is designed to prevent furnace
operation in case of main blower failure. It may also open
if the power supply is interrupted while the furnace is fir- ROLLOUT
ing. SWITCH

Flame Rollout Switch Location


(80% Upflow Furnace Shown, Downflow Similar)
1. Remove blower compartment door to gain access to
the auxiliary limit control which is located on the blower
The control is designed to open should a flame roll out occur.
housing or on the blower deck.
An over firing condition or flame impingement on the heat
2. Remove the wires from the auxiliary limit control ter- shield may also cause the control to open.
minals.
On some models the ignition control diagnostic light will flash
3. Use an ohmmeter, test for continuity across the two (1) one time indicating a trip of the rollout switch. These symp-
terminals (refer to the following auxiliary limit control toms are identical to a trip of the auxiliary limit control.
figure). No reading indicates the control is open.
On other models the ignition controls diagnostic light will flash
4. Verify proper operation of blower motor and static (4) four times indicating an open primary limit, rollout switch,
pressure of duct system. Problem could be caused auxiliary switch or stack overtemp switch open. Check the
by a dirty evaporator coil. flash codes for the model you are working on.
The circuit between the ignition control and gas valve will be
interrupted when the rollout switch opens up.
Refer to the Rollout Limit Charts on the next page for tem-
perature settings and part numbers.

V OLT / OH M
M ETE R

1. Remove the burner compartment door to gain access to


the rollout switch(es) mounted to burner bracket.
The servicer should reset the ignition control by opening and
closing the thermostat circuit. Then look for the ignitor glow-
ing which indicates there is power to the ignition control.
Measure the voltage between each side of the rollout control
and ground while the ignition control tries to power the gas
Testing Auxiliary Limit Control valve.
2. Measure the voltage between each side of the rollout con-
S-7 CHECKING FLAME ROLLOUT CONTROL trol and ground during the ignition attempt. Refer to the
A temperature activated manual reset control is mounted following figure.
to the manifold assembly as shown in the following illus-
tration. Locations of the rollout switch may vary.

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80% Rollout Limit
Part Number B13701-45 B1370154
Open Setting °F 300 350 F
GDT 045-3* 1 ---
VOLT / OHM 1 ---
METER
GDT 070-3*
GDT 090-4* 1 ---
GDT 115-5* 1 ---

G
ND
RED
RESET
BUTTON GMP 050-3* --- 4
GMP 075-3* --- 4
GMP 075-4* --- 4
GMP 100-3* --- 4
GMP 100-4* --- 4
COLOR
IDENTIFYING GMP 100-5* --- 4
TAB GMP 125-4* --- 4
Checking Flame Rollout Switch GMP 125-5* --- 4
GMP 150-5* --- 4
( 80% & 90% Furnaces )
GMPE 075-3* --- 4
a. If no voltage is measured on either side of control it GMPE 100-4* --- 4
indicates ignition control or wiring to control problem. GMPE 125-5* --- 4
b. If voltage is measured on one side of the control and
GMPH 050-3* --- 4
not the other it indicates the control is open.
GMPH 075-3* --- 4
c. If voltage is measured on both sides of the control the GMPH 080-5* --- 4
wiring to gas valve or valve is a fault. GMPH 120-5* --- 4
3. After check and/or replacement of rollout switch, rein-
stall burner compartment door and verify proper unit op- GMT 045-3* 2 ---
eration. GMT 070-3* 2 ---
GMT 070-4* 2 ---
GMT 090-3* 2 ---
GMT 090-4* 2 ---
GMT 090-5* 2 ---
GMT 115-5* 2 ---
GMT 135-5* 2 ---
GMT 140-5* 2 ---

GMTH 045-3* 2 ---


GMTH 070-4* 2 ---
GMTH 090-5* 2 ---
GMTH 115-5* 2 ---

GPD 050-3* --- 1


GPD 075-3* --- 1
GPD 100-4* --- 1
GPD 125-4* --- 1

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90% Rollout Limit INDUCED DRAFT BLOWER
PRESSURE SWITCH
Part Number B13701-45 B1370154 PRESSURE SWITCH
HOSE
Open Setting °F 300 350 F OPEN TO
ATMOSPHERE
GMPN 040-3* 4 --- 1/4" TEE

GMPN 060-3* 4 ---


GMPN 080-4* 4 ---
INCLINED MANOMETER
GMPN 100-4* 4 ---
GMPN 120-5* 4 --- HOSE TO INDUCED
DRAFT BLOWER TAP

GSM 060-3 --- 2 INDUCED


DRAFT
GSM 080-3 --- 2 BLOWER

GSM 100-4 --- 2 ID Blower Pressure Switch


Negative Pressure Measurement
GSMS 060-3 --- 2
GSMS 080-4 --- 2 (80% Furnace shown for illustration purposes)
GSMS 100-4 --- 2
INDUCED DRAFT BLOWER
PRESSURE SWITCH
GMNT 040-3* 4 ---
GMNT 060-3* 4 --- PRESSURE SWITCH
HOSE OPEN TO
GMNT 080-4* 4 --- * * *
ATMOSPHERE
GMNT 100-4* 4 ---
M 1

P 3
O
F
F *

C 2

ON

* *

1/4" TEE
GMNT 120-5* 4 --- COIL COVER
PRESSURE SWITCH

GMNTE 060-3* 4 --- INCLINED MANOMETER


GMNTE 080-4* 4 --- INDUCED HOSE TO INDUCED
DRAFT
GMNTE 100-4* --- 4 BLOWER
DRAFT BLOWER TAP

GMNTE 120-5* 4 ---


ID Blower Pressure Switch
Negative Pressure Measurement
S-8 CHECKING PRESSURE CONTROL (90% Furnace shown for illustration purposes)
The pressure control is a safety device to prevent the com-
bustion cycle from occurring with inadequate venting caused
Reconnect pressure switch electrical wires.
by a restricted or blocked vent pipe on the 80% and 90%
furnaces.

4. Energize furnace for heating cycle. The induced draft


blower motor will begin to run. The inclined manometer
should read a negative pressure.
5. Remove and check the two electrical wires and using
the VOM check from Common to NC (Normally Closed)
1. Remove burner compartment door to gain access to pres- - should read open. Check from Common to NO (Nor-
sure switch(es). mally Open) - should read closed. If not as above, re-
2. Remove wires from the pressure switch(es) electrical place control.
terminals. 6. Reconnect wires to the control and place in a heating
3. Using a VOM check from common terminal to NC (Nor- cycle.
mally Closed) - should read closed. Check from Com- NOTE: See the following pages for the pressure switch trip
mon to NO (Normally Open) - should read open. points and usage charts.
If switch reads as above proceed to Step 4, otherwise re-
place control.
4. Remove the pressure control hose from the control and
interconnect with an inclined manometer as shown in
the following figures.
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PRESSURE SWITCH TRIP POINTS AND USAGE CHART

Trip Point
Inches Water Column (" w.c.)

MODEL 0 to 8,000 ft.

Low Fire High Fire


Part # Part #
Negative Pressure Negative Pressure

GSM 060-3 -0.38 B13701-57 -1.40 B13701-56

GSM 080-4
-0.38 B13701-57 -1.10 B13701-59
GSM 100-4

PRESSURE SWITCH TRIP POINTS AND USAGE CHART

Trip Point
Inches Water Column (" w.c.)
MODEL
0 to 8,000 ft.
Low Fire High Fire
Part #
Negative Pressure Negative Pressure

GMNTE 060-3* -0.60 -1.25 B13702-01

GMNTE 080-4* -0.55 -0.95 B13702-04

GMNTE 100-4* -0.35 -0.85 B13702-02

GMNTE 120-5* -0.40 -0.75 B13702-03

PRESSURE SWITCH TRIP POINTS


AND USAGE CHART

Trip Point
Inches Water Column (" w.c.)
MODEL
0 to 8,000 ft.

Negative Pressure Part #

GMT/GMTH/GDT 045-3*
GMT/GMTH/GDT 070-3*
GMT 070-4* -0.60 B13701-42
GMT 090-3*
GMT/GDT 090-4*
GMT/GMTH 090-5*
-0.70 B13701-58
GMT/GDT 115-5*

GMTH 115-5* -0.85 B13701-50

GMT 140-5* -0.75 B13701-79

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PRESSURE SWITCH TRIP POINTS
AND USAGE CHART

Trip Point
Inches Water Column (" w.c.)
MODEL
0 to 8,000 ft.

Negative Pressure Part #

GSMS 060-3 / 080-4 / 100-4 -0.38 B13701-57

GMPN/GMNT 040-3*
-1.19 B13701-48
GMPN 060-3*
GMNT 060-3*
GMPN 080-4*
-0.85 B13701-50
GMPN/GMNT 100-4*
GMPN 120-5*

GMNT 080-4* -1.10 B13701-59

GMNT 120-5* -0.75 B13701-79

PRESSURE SWITCH TRIP POINTS


AND USAGE CHART

Trip Point
Inches Water Column (" w.c.)

MODEL 0 to 8,000 ft.

Negative Pressure Part #

GMP/GMPH/GPD 050-3*
GMPH 080-5
GMP 100-3*
GMP/GMPE/GPD 100-4*
-0.40 B13701-26
GMP 100-5*
GMPH 120-5*
GMP/GPD 125-4*
GMP/GMPE 125-5*
GMP/GMPE/GPD 070-3
-0.35 B13701-33
GMP/GMPH 075-4*

GMP 150-5 -0.60 B13701-42

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S-9 CHECKING AIR CIRCULATOR BLOWER ECM/ICM Control Connections
MOTOR OR INDUCED DRAFT BLOWER Control functions (G, Y, W, W1, W2) may be active at less
MOTOR than 1/2 control voltage. (i.e. 12 volts). Relay contacts on
control functions must reliably switch low currents (less than
5 MA). Some thermostats (with triac switches) and Solid
State Relays may allow enough "leakage" current to turn
on "G". Thermostats that "steal" power thru "Y" or other
functions are not compatible.
1. Remove blower compartment door to gain access to the The ECM control interface can be as simple as a direct
circulator blower motor and induced draft blower motor connection to the thermostat. For example: "R" to "G" will
wire leads connected at integrated ignition control. cause the fan to come at "Fan-Only" CFM, "R" to "G" to "Y"
2. Disconnect the motor wire leads from its connection point will cause the fan to come on at Cooling speed and R to G
at integrated ignition control module and capacitor if ap- to W will cause the fan to come on at heating speed. The
plicable. ECM/ICM control requires a common connection from the
transformer (transformer common to C1, C2 on control). In
3. Using and ohmmeter, test for continuity between each typical applications C1 and C2 will be tied together.
of the motor leads.
Checking ECM/ICM Motors
4. Touch one probe of the ohmmeter to the motor frame
(ground) and the other probe in turn to each lead. ECM/ICM motors connect directly to the AC Line Voltage.
DO NOT insert contactors in series with the ECM/ICM Mo-
If the windings do not test continuous or a reading is ob- tor AC Line. The control is powered continuously to insure
tained to ground, replace the motor. reliable start-up. The connector plug is polarized, verify and
5. After completing check and/or replacement of circulator reverify correct connector orientation before applying power.
blower motor or induced draft blower motor, reinstall DO NOT force plug into motor and make sure power is off
blower compartment door. before inserting power connector. DO NOT apply voltage to
6. Turn on electrical power and verify proper unit operation. terminals 1 or 2.

S-9A CHECKING VARIABLE SPEED AIR CIRCU-


LATOR BLOWER MOTOR
Variable Speed furnaces incorporate the GE© ICM or vari-
able speed blower motors for greater efficiency. ECM/ICM
motors vary the motor RPMs to provide a set volume of air Check for line voltage on terminals 4 and 5. Verify terminal
over a wide range of conditions. These motors use an elec- 3 is ground. terminals. Terminals 1 and 2 are jumpered in
tronic control module attached to the motors end bell to the harness for 120VAC operation.
control motor operation. Some unique features of these
motors are:
1. Constant Airflow. These motors will maintain constant 5 AC Line Hot Connection
airflow in excess of .80 static. In other words, as the
static increases so does the motors RPM so that a con- 4 AC Line Neutral Connection
stant CFM is maintained.
3 Gnd
NOTE: The motor in these units will move more air under
higher static conditions than a similar sized unit using a
PSC motor. Because this motor does not load up and re-
2

1
} Lines 1 and 2 will be connected
for 120VAC Power Connector
applications only
duce airflow like a PSC motor, in some undersized duct
installations this may cause noise or high airflow complaints.
2. Ramp-up/Ramp-down feature. These motors ramp up POWER CONNECTOR
and down at the beginning or end of a cycle to reduce
(1/2 HP MOTORS)
air rush noise.
"Motor Half“
3. High voltage is present at these motors all the time.
Motor operation is controlled through the low voltage (Viewed from Plug End)
motor interface board.

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inductor
5 AC Line Hot Connection

4 AC Line Neutral Connection

3 Gnd Do not apply 24 volts to terminals "Out +" or "Out -".

}
Make sure connector is fully seated.
2 Lines 1 and 2 will be connected
for 120VAC Power Connector Make sure pins are fully seated in connector housing.
1 applications only Verify C1 and C2 are connected to transformer common.
Verify "R" is connected to transformer hot.
After verifying above connections, motor can be tested by
POWER CONNECTOR applying 24 volts to control pins. Example: R to G will cause
(3/4 & 1 HP MOTORS) the fan to come at "Fan-Only" CFM, R to G to Y will cause
the fan to come on at cooling speed and R to G to W will
"Motor Half“
cause the fan to come on at heating speed.
(Viewed from Plug End)
If motor does not respond as noted, ICM control unit is bad
and should be replaced.
OUT - 8 16 OUT +

ADJUST +/- 7 15 G (fan)

Y1 6 14 Y/Y2

COOL 5 13 EM HT/W2

DELAY 4 12 24VAC (R)

COMMON 2 3 11 HEAT

W/W1 2 10 BK/Pwm (Speed)

COMMON 1 1 9 O (Rev Valve)

CONTROL CONNECTOR
"Motor Half“
(Viewed from connector end)

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Troubleshooting Chart for ECM Variable Speed Air Circulator Blower Motors
Symptom Fault Description(s) Possible Causes Corrective Action Cautions and Notes
- Motor rocks
- This is normal start-up for
slightly ---- ---- ----
variable speed motor.
when starting.

- Manual disconnect switch off or - Check 230 Vac power at motor.


door switch open. - Check low voltage (24 Vac R to C) at motor.
- Turn power OFF prior to repair.
- Blown fuse or circuit breaker. - Check low voltage connections
Wait 5 minutes after
- 24 Vac wires miswired. (G, Y, W, R, C) at motor.
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- No movement. disconnecting power before


- Unseated pins in wiring - Check for unseated pins in connectors
opening motor.
harness connectors. on motor harness.
- Motor won't - Handle electronic motor/control with care.
- Bad motor/control module. - Test with a temporary jumper between R - G.
start. - Moisture present in motor or control module. -

- Turn power OFF prior to repair.


- Check for loose motor mount.
- Loose motor mount. Wait 5 minutes after
- Motor rocks, - Make sure blower wheel is tight on shaft.
- Blower wheel not tight on motor shaft. disconnecting power before
but won't start. - Perform motor/control replacement check,
- Bad motor/control module. opening motor.
ECM motors only.
- Handle electronic motor/control with care.

- Motor
oscillates up & - It is normal for motor to
down while oscillate with ---- ---- ----
being tested no load on shaft.
off of blower.

- Variation in 230 Vac to motor. - Check line voltage for variation or "sag".
- Unseated pins in wiring harness - Check low voltage connections
connectors. (G, Y, W, R, C) at
- Varies up and down
- Erratic CFM command from motor, unseated pins in motor - Turn power OFF prior to repair.
or intermittent.
"BK" terminal. harness connectors.
- Motor starts, - Improper thermostat connection or setting. - Check-out system controls - Thermostat.
but runs - Moisture present in motor/control module. - Perform Moisture Check.*
erratically.
- Does removing panel or filter
- Incorrect or dirty filter(s). reduce "puffing"?
- "Hunts" or "puffs" at
- Incorrect supply or return ductwork. - Check/replace filter. - Turn power OFF prior to repair.
high CFM (speed).
- Incorrect blower speed setting. - Check/correct duct restrictions.
- Adjust to correct blower speed setting.

*MOISTURE CHECK: - Is condensate drain plugged?


NOTE: You must use the correct replacement control motor module since they are factory programmed for specific operating modes. Even
- Connectors are oriented "down" (or as recommended - Check for low airflow (too much latent capacity). though they look alike, different modules may have completely different functionality. The ECM variable speed motors are currently the only
by equipment manufacturer). motors that can have the motor/control module replaced.
- Check for undercharged condition.
- Arrange harnesses with "drip loop" under motor.
- Check and plug leaks in return ducts, cabinet. IMPORTANT NOTE: Using the wrong motor/control module voids all product warranties and may produce unexpected results.

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Troubleshooting Chart for ECM Variable Speed Air Circulator Blower Motors
Symptom Fault Description(s) Possible Causes Corrective Action Cautions and Notes

- Check low voltage (Thermostat) - Turn power OFF prior to repair.


wires and connections. Wait 5 minutes after
- Stays at low CFM despite - 24 Vac wires miswired or loose.
- Verify fan is not in delay mode - disconnecting power before
system call for cool - "R" missing/not connected at motor.
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wait until delay complete. opening motor.


or heat CFM. - Fan in delay mode.
- Perform motor/control replacement - Handle electronic motor/control
check, ECM motors only. with care.

- Motor starts, - Turn power OFF prior to repair.


but runs Wait 5 minutes after
erratically. - Is fan in delay mode? - wait until delay time complete.
- "R" missing/not connected at motor. disconnecting power before
- Stays at high CFM. - Perform motor/control replacement check, ECM
- Fan in delay mode. opening motor.
motors only.
- Handle electronic motor/control
with care.

- Current leakage from controls - Check for Triac switched t'stat


- Blower won't shut off. - Turn power OFF prior to repair.
into G, Y, or W. or solid state relay.

- High static creating high blower speed.


- Check/replace filter.
- Incorrect supply or return ductwork.
- Air noise. - Check/correct duct restrictions. - Turn power OFF prior to repair.
- Incorrect or dirty filter(s).
- Adjust to correct blower speed setting.
- Incorrect blower speed setting.

- Loose blower housing, panels, etc. - Check for loose blower housing,
- High static creating high blower panels, etc.
- Excessive - Noisy blower or cabinet. speed. - Check for air whistling thru seams in - Turn power OFF prior to repair.
noise. - Air leaks in ductwork, cabinets, ducts, cabinets or panels.
or panels. - Check for cabinet/duct deformation.

- Does removing panel or filter


- High static creating high blower speed.
reduce "puffing"?
- "Hunts" or "puffs" at - Incorrect or dirty filter(s).
- Check/replace filter. - Turn power OFF prior to repair.
high CFM (speed). - Incorrect supply or return ductwork.
- Check/correct duct restrictions.
- Incorrect blower speed setting.
- Adjust to correct blower speed setting.

- Turn power OFF prior to repair.


- Motor failure or Wait 5 minutes after
- Evidence of malfunction has - Replace motor and perform disconnecting power before
- Moisture in motor/control module.
Moisture. occurred and moisture Moisture Check.* opening motor.
is present. - Handle electronic motor/control
with care.

*MOISTURE CHECK: - Is condensate drain plugged?


NOTE: You must use the correct replacement control motor module since they are factory programmed for specific operating modes. Even
- Connectors are oriented "down" (or as recommended - Check for low airflow (too much latent capacity). though they look alike, different modules may have completely different functionality. The ECM variable speed motors are currently the only
by equipment manufacturer). motors that can have the motor/control module replaced.
- Check for undercharged condition.
- Arrange harnesses with "drip loop" under motor.
- Check and plug leaks in return ducts, cabinet. IMPORTANT NOTE: Using the wrong motor/control module voids all product warranties and may produce unexpected results.

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Replacing ECM™ Control Module 8. Install the new control module back on the motor being
Use the following steps to replace the control module for careful to engage the locating pin into the appropriate
the GE© variable speed indoor blower motor. mating motor hole. Replace the two 1/4" hex head bolts.
Tighten the bolts snugly. It is not necessary to over-
1. You must have the correct replacement module. The
tighten.
controls are factory programmed for specific operating
modes. Even though they look alike, different modules Note: Before replacing the blower/motor assembly, it is im-
may have completely different functionality. Using the portant to look at the installation to see if some application
wrong control module voids all product warranties and fault has caused the motor to fail.
may produce unexpected results. Is there any evidence of water damage to the failed control?
2. Remove all power from the unit being serviced. (Corrosion on the inside or outside of the casting.) If yes, do
moisture check.
9. Re-install the blower/motor assembly into the furnace.
10. Plug the 16-pin control plug into the motor. The plug is
keyed. Make sure the connector is properly seated and
latched.
11. Plug the 5 pin power connector into the motor even though
the plug is keyed, observe the proper orientation. Do not
force the connector. It plugs in very easily when prop-
erly oriented. Reversing this plug will cause imme-
Do NOT work on the motor with power applied. Wait at
diate failure of the control module.
least 5 minutes after disconnecting power from the equip-
ment before opening the motor. 12. Final installation check. Make sure the motor is installed
as follows:
3. It is usually not necessary to remove the motor from the
blower assembly. However it is recommended that the a. As far into the blower housing as possible.
whole blower assembly, with the motor, be removed. b. Belly bands not covering vent holes or on the control
Unplug the two cable connectors to the motor. There module.
are latches on each connector. Do not pull on the wires.
The plugs remove easily when properly released. c. Motor connectors should oriented as to prevent the
accumulation of moisture in the control.
4. Observe the flat end of the motor control module casting
and located the two standard ¼" hex head bolts. Re- d. Use wire ties to create a drip loop in the motor cables.
move these bolts from the motor while holding the con- 13. The installation is now complete. Reapply power to the
trol module. Do not remove the two torx head screws. furnace and verify that the new motor control module is
5. The control module is now free of the motor but still at- working properly.
tacked by a plug and cable. Carefully rotate the control
so as to gain access to the plug on the end of the cable.
Squeeze the release latch and gently pull the plug out
of the control module. Do not pull on the wires. Grip the
plug only.
6. The control module is now completely detached from the
S-10 CHECKING CAPACITOR
motor. Verify with a standard ohmmeter that the resis-
tance from each motor lead (in the motor plug just re- The direct drive motors are of the (psc) permanent split ca-
moved) to the motor shell is greater than 100k ohms. pacitor design. A run capacitor is wired across the auxiliary
(Measure resistance to unpainted motor end plate). If and a portion of the main windings. The capacitors primary
any motor lead fails this test do not proceed to install function is to reduce the line current while greatly improving
the control module. The motor is defective and must be the torque characteristics of a motor. This is accomplished
replaced. Installing the new control module will cause it by using the 90° phase relationship between the capacitor
to fail also. current and voltage in conjunction with the motor windings
so that the motor will give two phase operation when con-
7. Verify that the replacement control module is correct for
nected to a single phase circuit. The capacitor also reduces
your application. If so, orient the new module next to the
the line current to the motor by improving the power factor
motor and carefully insert the plug removed in step 5.
to the load.
Be sure the plug latches. It will click when properly in-
serted.

48
SERVICING
S-10B Capacitance Check

Two quick ways to test a capacitor are a resistance and a


capacitance check. Refer to the next two figures for proper
meter connections for the resistance and capacitance test-
ing of the capacitor. VOLT / OHM
METER
S-10A Resistance Check
15 AMP FUSE

AMMETER
VOLT / OHM
METER

With power On (and Door Interlock Switch closed):


R
O
IT
AC
AP
C

Testing Capacitor Resistance


Using a hookup as shown above, take the amperage and
voltage readings and use them in the formula:
Capacitance (MFD)= 2650 x Amperage/Voltage
4. After completing check and/or replacement of capaci-
tor, reinstall blower compartment door.
5. Turn on electrical power and verify proper unit operation.

S-11 CHECKING GAS VALVE


1. Remove blower compartment door to gain access to ca- Gas valves provide control of main burner gas flow, pressure
pacitor. regulation, and 100 percent safety shut-off.
2. Discharge capacitor and remove wire leads. Gas valve should have 24 volts with a call for heat. If you
have 24 volts at the gas valve and it will not open, replace.
3. Set an ohmmeter on its highest ohm scale and connect
No voltage at the gas valve indicates a problem somewhere
the leads to the capacitor. A digital meter with built-in
else in the system.
capacitance can be used or an analog meter shown
above. Gas pressure on the inlet and outlet side of the gas valve
should be checked and adjusted when needed.
a. Good Condition - indicator swings to zero and
slowly returns toward infinity.
b. Shorted - indicator swings to zero and stops there
- replace.
c. Open - no reading - replace. Reverse leads. Check
again no reading - replace.
d. Reverse leads and recheck.

49
SERVICING
S-12 CHECKING HOT SURFACE IGNITOR NOTE: Failure to earth ground the furnace, reversing the
neutral and hot wire connection to the line (polarity), or a
The igniter most commonly used is the (B1401018S) 120V
high resistance connection in the neutral line may cause
silicone carbide resistive element ignitor for ignition.
the control to lockout due to failure to sense flame.

1. Remove burner compartment door to gain access to the


ignitor.
2. Disconnect the ignitor from the Ignition Control. The ground wire must run from the furnace all the way back
to the electrical panel. Proper grounding can be confirmed
3. Using an ohmmeter measure the resistance of the igni- by disconnecting the electrical power and measuring resis-
tor. tance between the neutral (white) connection and the burner
4. Ignitor cool should read between 40 to 75 ohms. closest to the flame sensor. Resistance should be less than
5. Reconnect ignitor. 10 ohms.
The ignition control is a combination electronic and electro-
mechanical device and is not field repairable. Complete unit
must be replaced.

6. Place unit in heating cycle, measure current draw of


ignitor during preheat cycle.
Should read approximately 4 to 4.5 amps.
These tests must be completed within a given time frame
7. If ignitor is receiving 115 Volts and will not light, replace. due to the operation of the ignition control. Refer to Se-
8. After check and/or replacement of hot surface ignitor, quence of Operation section of this manual.
reinstall burner compartment door and verify proper unit The ignition control is capable of diagnosing many furnace
operation. failures to speed troubleshooting. A flashing red diagnostic
indicator light on the control flashes a code for any discov-
ered failures.
When the control is powered up normally, the light will be
solid red for normal operation. This can be used to test for
115 volts and 24 volts to the control since both must be
present for the light to flash. If this step fails, check for 115
B1401018S volts to the control, check the fuse and check the trans-
former and its associated wiring.
S-13 CHECKING INTEGRATED IGNITION
See the flash codes shown on the following pages of this
CONTROLS
manual.
The furnaces are equipped with a combination ignition mod-
ule and fan control. This device ignites the burners upon a
call for heat. It also controls the venter blower and the vari-
ous speed selections and timings of the circulating air blower.
This control is located in the circulating air blower compart-
ment. Upon a demand for heat the venter motor is ener-
gized. After a short purge, the electronic ignition device is
energized. The burners are ignited and after a short delay,
the burner flame is proven. The circulating air blower is en-
ergized approximately (30) seconds after the burners are
ignited. A field selectable fan off timer will turn the circulat-
ing air blower off.
THIS CONTROL IS NOT FIELD SERVICABLE.

50
SERVICING
FLASH CODES
GDT, GMNT, GMP, GMPN, GMT, GMTH, GMNT, GSMS

INSTALLER/SERVICEMAN
THE STATUS LIGHT ON THE FURNACE CONTROL MAY
BE USED AS A GUIDE TO TROUBLESHOOTING THIS
APPLIANCE. STATUS LIGHT CODES ARE AS FOLLOWS:

STATUS LIGHT EQUIP. PROBLEM CHECK


ON NORMAL OPERATION -
1 BLINK IGNITION FAILURE GAS FLOW
GAS PRESSURE
GAS VALVE
FLAME SENSOR

2 BLINKS CLOSED PRESSURE PRESSURE SWITCH


SWITCH STUCK CLOSED
3 BLINKS PRESSURE SWITCH VENTER
FAILURE TO CLOSE PRESSURE SWITCH
VENT BLOCKAGE
4 BLINKS OPEN LIMIT SWITCH MAIN LIMIT OPEN
AUX. LIMIT OPEN
5 BLINKS FALSE FLAME SENSED STICKING GAS VALVE
RAPID CONTINUOUS INCORRECT TWINNING REVERSETRANSFORMER
SECONDARY LEADS
INCORRECT PRIMARY
REVERSE PRIMARY
POLARITY
WIRES

ADVERTISSEMENT
DECONNECTER DU CIRCUIT D'ALIMENTATION ELECTRIQUE AVANT L'ENTRETIEN.
INSPECTER LES FILTRES CHAQUE MOIS ET REMPLACER SI NECESSAIRE.
TOUS LES FILTRES À AIR DOIVENT ÊTRE APPROUVÉS PAR LES
ULC OU LEUR EQUIVALENT. ON RECÒMMANDE D'UTILISER DES FILTRES À
AIR PERMANTS. UTILISER LE TABLEAU SUIVANT POUR REMPLACER LES FILTRES À
AIR.
CHASSIS BOTTOM SIDE AIR

WARNING SIZE

DIM ENIO NS
DU BATI
APPLICATION
INSTALLÉ
SUR DESSOUS
INSTALLATION
INSTALLÉ
SUR LE CÔTÉ
DISCONNECT THE ELECTRIC
POWER BEFORE SEVICING.
INS PE CT FILTERS MO NTH LY AND
14" 14 " X 25" 18" X 25"
RE PL ACE W HE N NE CES SA RY .
A LL A IR FIL TERS M UST B E 17 .5" 16 " X 25" 18" X 25"
CE RTIFIED B Y ULC O R
E QU IVA LE NT. P ERM AN ENT A IR 21 " 20 " X 25" 18" X 25"
FILTE RS AR E RE CO MM EN DED.
W HEN RE PLA CING A IR FILTERS , 24.5" 24 " X 25" 18" X 25"
US E TH E FO LLOW ING C HART:

51
SERVICING
FLASH CODES
GMNTE

INSTALLER/SERVICEMAN
THE STATUS LIGHT ON THE FURNACE CONTROL MAY
BE USED AS A GUIDE TO TROUBLESHOOTING THIS
APPLIANCE. STATUS LIGHT CODES ARE AS FOLLOWS:

STATUS LIGHT EQUIP. PROBLEM CHECK


ON FAILED CONTROL BOARD REPLACE CONTROL

1 BLINK IGNITION FAILURE GAS FLOW


GAS PRESSURE
GAS VALVE
FLAME SENSOR
2 BLINKS CLOSED LOW FIRE PRESSURE SWITCH
PRESSURE SWITCH STUCK CLOSED
3 BLINKS LOW FIRE VENTER
PRESSURE SWITCH PRESSURE SWITCH
FAILURE TO CLOSE VENT BLOCKAGE
4 BLINKS OPEN LIMIT SWITCH MAIN, ROLLOUT, AUX,
OR STACK OVERTEMP OPEN
6 BLINKS 115 V POWER REVERSED 115 V POLARITY
7 BLINKS LOW FLAME SENSE FLAME SENSOR
8 BLINKS IGNITER/UNIT GROUND IGNITER/UNIT GROUND
9 BLINKS HIGH FIRE VENTER
PRESSURE SWITCH PRESSURE SWITCH
FAILURE TO CLOSE VENT BLOCKAGE
CONTINUOUS BLINKS FALSE FLAME SENSED STICKING GAS VALVE

ADVERTISSEMENT
DECONNECTER DU CIRCUIT D'ALIMENTATION ELECTRIQUE AVANT L'ENTRETIEN.
INSPECTER LES FILTRES CHAQUE MOIS ET REMPLACER SI NECESSAIRE.
TOUS LES FILTRES À AIR DOIVENT ÊTRE APPROUVÉS PAR LES
ULC OU LEUR EQUIVALENT. ON RECÒMMANDE D'UTILISER DES FILTRES À
AIR PERMANTS. UTILISER LE TABLEAU SUIVANT POUR REMPLACER LES FILTRES À
AIR.

CHASSIS BOTTOM SIDE AIR

WARNING SIZE

DIMENSIONS
APPLICATION
INSTALLÉ
INSTALLATION
INSTALLÉ
DISCONNECT THE ELECTRIC DU BATI SUR DESSOUS SUR LE CÔTÉ
POWER BEFORE SEVICING.
INSPECT FILTERS MONTH LY AND
REPLACE W HEN NECESSARY. 14" 14" X 25" 18" X 25"
ALL AIR FILTERS M UST BE
17.5" 16" X 25" 18" X 25"
CERTIFIED BY ULC OR
EQU IVALENT. PERM ANENT AIR 21" 20" X 25" 18" X 25"
FILTERS AR E RECOMM EN DED.
W HEN REPLACING AIR FILTERS, 24.5" 24" X 25" 18" X 25"
USE THE FOLLOW ING CHART:

52
SERVICING
FLASH CODES
GMPE

INSTALLER/SERVICEMAN
THE STATUS LIGHT ON THE FURNACE CONTROL MAY
BE USED AS A GUIDE TO TROUBLESHOOTING THIS
APPLIANCE. STATUS LIGHT CODES ARE AS FOLLOWS:

STATUS LIGHT EQUIP. PROBLEM CHECK


ON NORMAL OPERATION
1 BLINK FAILURE TO DETECT GAS FLOW
FLAME SENSE GAS PRESSURE
GAS VALVE
FLAME SENSOR
2 BLINKS CLOSED PRESSURE PRESSURE SWITCH
SWITCH STUCK CLOSED
3 BLINKS PRESSURE SWITCH VENTER
FAILURE TO CLOSE PRESSURE SWITCH
VENT BLOCKAGE
4 BLINKS OPEN LIMIT SWITCH MAIN LIMIT OPEN
AUX. LIMIT OPEN
5 BLINKS FALSE FLAME SENSED STICKING GAS
VALVE
RAPID CONTINUOUS REVERSED POLARITY REVERSE POWER
INCORRECT TWINNING SUPPLY LEADS
REVERSE TRANS.
SECONDARY LEADS

WARNING
DISCONNECT THE ELECTRIC POWER BEFORE SEVICING.

INSPECT FILTERS MONTHLY AND REPLACE WHEN NECESSARY.


ALL AIR FILTERS MUST BE CERTIFIED BY U.L. OR EQUIVALENT.
PERMANENT AIR FILTERS ARE RECOMMENDED. WHEN REPLACING
AIR FILTERS USE THE FOLLOWING CHART:

MODEL FILTER
SIZE
GMPE075-1.5/3 18" X 25"
GMPE100-2.5/4 18" X 25"
GMPE125-3/5 18" X 25"

53
SERVICING
FLASH CODES
GMPH

INSTALLER/SERVICEMAN
THE STATUS LIGHT ON THE FURNACE CONTROL MAY
BE USED AS A GUIDE TO TROUBLESHOOTING THIS
APPLIANCE. STATUS LIGHT CODES ARE AS FOLLOWS:

STATUS LIGHT EQUIP. PROBLEM CHECK


ON NORMAL OPERATION -

1 BLINK IGNITION FAILURE GAS FLOW


GAS PRESSURE
GAS VALVE
FLAME SENSOR

2 BLINKS CLOSED PRESSURE PRESSURE SWITCH


SWITCH STUCK CLOSED
3 BLINKS PRESSURE SWITCH VENTER
FAILURE TO CLOSE PRESSURE SWITCH
VENT BLOCKAGE
4 BLINKS OPEN LIMIT SWITCH MAIN LIMIT OPEN
AUX. LIMIT OPEN
5 BLINKS FALSE FLAME SENSED STICKING GAS VALVE
RAPID CONTINUOUS INCORRECT TWINNING REVERSETRANSFORMER
SECONDARY LEADS
INCORRECT PRIMARY
REVERSE PRIMARY
POLARITY WIRES

ADVERTISSEMENT
DECONNECTER DU CIRCUIT D'ALIMENTATION ELECTRIQUE AVANT L'ENTRETIEN.
INSPECTER LES FILTRES CHAQUE MOIS ET REMPLACER SI NECESSAIRE.
TOUS LES FILTRES À AIR DOIVENT ÊTRE APPROUVÉS PAR LES
ULC OU LEUR EQUIVALENT. ON RECÒMMANDE D'UTILISER DES FILTRES À
AIR PERMANTS. UTILISER LE TABLEAU SUIVANT POUR REMPLACER LES FILTRES À
AIR.

CHASSIS BOTTOM SIDE AIR


APPLICATION INSTALLATION

WARNING SIZE

DIMENIONS
DU BÂTI
INSTALLÉ
SUR DESSOUS
INSTALLÉ
SUR LE CÔTÉ
DISCONNECT THE ELECTRIC
POWER BEFORE SEVICING.
INS PE CT FIL TERS MO NTH LY AND 14" 14" X 25" 18" X 25"
RE PLACE W HE N NE CES SA RY .
A LL A IR FILTERS M UST B E 17.5" 16" X 25" 18" X 25"
CE RTIFIE D BY ULC O R 20" X 25" 18" X 25"
21"
E QU IVA LE NT. P ERM AN ENT A IR
FILTE RS AR E RE CO MM EN DED. 24.5" 24" X 25" 18" X 25"
W HEN RE PLA CING A IR FILTERS ,
US E TH E FO LLOW ING C HART:

54
SERVICING
FLASH CODES
GSU

INSTALLER/SERVICEMAN
THE STATUS LIGHT ON THE FURNACE CONTROL MAY
BE USED AS A GUIDE TO TROUBLESHOOTING THIS
APPLIANCE. STATUS LIGHT CODES ARE AS FOLLOWS:

STATUS LIGHT EQUIP. PROBLEM CHECK


ON NORMAL OPERATION ---

GAS FLOW
1 BLINK IGNITION FAILURE GAS PRESSURE
GAS VALVE
FLAME SENSOR
2 BLINKS CLOSED PRESSURE SWITCH
PRESSURE SWITCH STUCK CLOSED
LOW FIRE VENTER MOTOR
3 BLINKS PRESSURE SWITCH
PRESSURE SWITCH VENT BLOCKAGE
FAILURE TO CLOSE PRESSURE PORT TAP STOPPED UP

4 BLINKS OPEN LIMIT SWITCH MAIN LIMIT OPEN

5 BLINKS FALSE FLAME SENSED GAS VALVE STICKING


6 BLINKS HIGH FIRE VENTER MOTOR
PRESSURE SWITCH
PRESSURE SWITCH VENT BLOCKAGE
FAILURE TO CLOSE PRESSURE PORT TAP STOPPED UP

CHECK POLARITY SWAP SEC. TRANSFORMER LEADS


RAPID CONTINOUS SWAP L1 & L2 LEADS
INCORRECT TWINNING
CHECK FUSE & TRANSFORMER
NO LIGHT IGNITION CONTROL FAILURE CHECK FOR 115V at Control Board

ADVERTISSEMENT
DECONNECTER DU CIRCUIT D'ALIMENTATION ELECTRIQUE AVANT L'ENTRETIEN.
INSPECTER LES FILTRES CHAQUE MOIS ET REMPLACER SI NECESSAIRE.
TOUS LES FILTRES À AIR DOIVENT ÊTRE APPROUVÉS PAR LES
ULC OU LEUR EQUIVALENT. ON RECÒMMANDE D'UTILISER DES FILTRES
À
AIR PERMANTS. UTILISER LE TABLEAU SUIVANT POUR REMPLACER LES FILTRES
À
AIR.

CHASSIS BOTTOM SIDE AIR

WARNING SIZE

DIMENSIONS
APPLICATION
INSTALLÉ
INSTALLATION
INSTALLÉ
DISCONNECT THE ELECTRIC DU BATI SUR DESSOUS SUR LE CÔTÉ
POWER BEFORE SEVICING.
INSPECT FILTERS MONTHLY AND
REPLACE WHEN NECESSARY. 14" 14" X 25" 18" X 25"
ALL AIR FILTERS MUST BE
17.5" 16" X 25" 18" X 25"
CERTIFIED BY ULC OR
EQUIVALENT. PERMANENT AIR 21" 20" X 25" 18" X 25"
FILTERS ARE RECOMMENDED.
WHEN REPLACING AIR FILTERS, 24.5" 24" X 25" 18" X 25"
USE THE FOLLOWING CHART:

55
SERVICING
S-14 CHECKING FLAME SENSOR 3. Be sure the negative side of the meter is connected to
the wire and the positive side of the meter is to sensor
A flame sensing device is used in conjunction with the igni-
terminal.
tion control module to prove combustion. If proof of flame is
not present the control will de-energize the gas valve and Digital Meter

"retry" for ignition or lockout. 2.0


DC
The following drawing illustrated from a bottom view, the
approximate distances for the ignitor and flame sensor to
the gas inshot burner. This may vary on different models.
You will note they are in the main burner stream.

IGNITOR FLAME SENSOR

3/8" ± .1/16"

1/4
± .1/16 WIRE FROM
FLAME
SENSOR CONTROL
BOARD

4. Place the unit into a heating cycle.


5. As soon as flame is established a micro-amp reading
Models with Integrated Ignition should be evident once proof of flame (micro-amp read-
Control & Flame Sensor Probe ing) is established, the hot surface ignitor will be de-
energized.
6. The Integrated Ignition controls will have 1 to 4 micro-
amps. If the micro-amp reading is less .8uA (micro-amp
DC). Check for high resistance wiring connections, sen-
sor to burner gap, dirty flame sensor, or poor grounding.
7. Clean flame sensor with steel wool or emery cloth be-
fore replacing any components. DO NOT use sandpa-
per. See note below.
1. Disconnect the flame sensor wire from the sensor ter- NOTE: Contaminated fuel or combustion air can create a
minal. nearly invisible coating on the flame sensor. This coating
works as an insulator causing a loss in the flame sense
2. Connect a micro-amp meter in series with this wire and
signal. If this situation occurs the flame sensor must be
the sensor terminal. See next illustration.
cleaned with steel wool or emery cloth.

56
SERVICING
S-15 CHECKING MAIN BURNERS
The main burners are used to provide complete combustion
of various fuels in a limited space, and transfer this heat of
the burning process to the heat exchanger.
Proper ignition, combustion, and extinction are primarily due In checking main burners, look for signs of rust, oversized
to burner design, orifice sizing, gas pressure, primary and and undersized carry over ports restricted with foreign ma-
secondary air, vent and proper seating of burners. terial, etc, refer to previous drawing.
We have used several in shot burner designs over the years Other older main burners (shown below) should not need
and illustrated in the following illustrations. adjustment in most instances. However, burner air shutters
are provided should adjustment be necessary. After the
furnace has been in operation for at least five (5) minutes
loosen the air shutter locking screws and close the
shutter until yellow tipped flames appear. Now slowly
open the shutter until the yellow disappears. Retighten
the locking screw.

.023" - .027"

(Beckett Burner - New Style)

57
58
FROM FURNACE
CHASSIS GROUND
W W
Y G G 115 / 60 / 1
CONDENSING
UNIT R R POWER SUPPLY
T'STAT TWIN COOL
W
DS
G
24V HEAT
TO 115/1/60 R
M1
POWER SUPPLY IDBR1
M2 HEAT

R 3 2 1 HSI
B W I.D.B.

FS
BL 6 5 4 COOL
IND
9 8 7
G PVR IDBR2
B P.V.
BL PRI

PSO
PSI

LIMIT
LIMIT
FS
GV
NEUTRALS TRANS L2
R
HSIR
WIRING DIAGRAMS

DS
B

HSI
W
W
LS C
R
HIGH VOLTAGE!

FUSE

W IDBR2
R
P.V. W G
MOTOR B B
W
W

HSIR
BL PS1 PVR
G
R MED
O
LOW
IDBR1
B LS P GV
R HIGH SO PS2 ROS ROS ROS

G IDB
HSI Y
BL

PS1 BR WIRING
BR
Y LINE VOLTAGE WIRE SPLICE
FS
LOW VOLTAGE MARKED TERMINAL
CAPACITOR FIELD INSTALLED POWER UNMARKED TERMINAL
GV COMPONENT LEGEND FIELD INSTALLED CONTROL
ROS ROS ROS PS2 SO
DS DOOR SWITCH
P P P P P
FS FLAME SENSOR
GV GAS VALVE WIRE CODE NOTES
HSI HOT SURFACE IGNITOR B BLACK (1) 1. REPLACEMENT WIRE MUST
HSIR HOT SURFACE IGNTION RELAY BL BLUE (4) BE THE SAME SIZE AND TYPE
IDB INDOOR BLOWER BR BROWN (7) OF INSULATION AS ORIGINAL.(105ºF).

IDBR1 INDOOR BLOWER HEAT RELAY G GREEN (8 2. WARNING: CABINET MUST BE


IDBR2 INDOOR BLOWER COOL RELAY O ORANGE (6) PERMANENTLY GROUNDED AND
PK PINK (9) CONFORM TO N.E.C. & LOCAL CODES.
LS LIMIT SWITCH
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO

PU PURPLE (5)
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS

PS1 PRESSURE SWITCH, FIRE 3. THE LEADS FROM THE MOTOR MAY
PS2 PRESSURE SWITCH, COMB. BOX R RED (2) BE CHANGED TO REQUIRED SPEED.
NOTE: PV POWER VENTOR W WHITE (0)
*HI - BLACK
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.

THE LEADS FROM THE MOTOR PVR POWER VENT RELAY Y YELLOW (3)
*MED - BLUE
MAY BE CHANGED TO THE *LOW - RED ROS ROLLOUT SWITCH
REQUIRED SPEED. *MED-LO - ORANGE SO STACK OVERTEMP SWITCH
B14933-223

Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
GMTH, GMT
FROM FURNACE
CHASSIS GROUND
W W 115 / 60 / 1
CONDENSING Y G G POWER SUPPLY
UNIT R R
T'STAT DS
TWIN COOL
W
G
24V HEAT IDBR1
TO 115/1/60 R HEAT
M1
POWER SUPPLY
M2
I.D.B.
B R 3 2 1 HSI
COOL
W

FS
BL 6 5 4
PVR IDBR2
IND
G 9 8 7 P.V.
B

PSO
PSI
PRI

LIMIT
LIMIT
FS
HSIR

GV
BL NEUTRALS TRANS L2
WIRING DIAGRAMS

DS
B
HSI

W LS C
R
W FUSE
HIGH VOLTAGE!

IDBR2
G
W
W R
P.V. W
MOTOR B B
W HSIR
PVR
PS
BL
G
R MED
IDBR1
O LOW
GV
SO ROS ROS ROS ROS

B LS P HIGH
R

G IDB
Y
HSI
BL
PS BR
BR WIRING
Y FS WIRE SPLICE
LINE VOLTAGE
LOW VOLTAGE MARKED TERMINAL
CAPACITOR
FIELD INSTALLED POWER UNMARKED TERMINAL
GV ROS SO
ROS ROS ROS COMPONENT LEGEND FIELD INSTALLED CONTROL
P P P P P DS DOOR SWITCH
FS FLAME SENSOR
GV GAS VALVE WIRE CODE NOTES
HSI HOT SURFACE IGNITOR B BLACK (1) 1. REPLACEMENT WIRE MUST
HSIR HOT SURFACE IGNTION RELAY BL BLUE (4) BE THE SAME SIZE AND TYPE
IDB INDOOR BLOWER BR BROWN (7) OF INSULATION AS ORIGINAL.(105ºF).

IDBR1 INDOOR BLOWER HEAT RELAY G GREEN (8) 2. WARNING: CABINET MUST BE
IDBR2 INDOOR BLOWER COOL RELAY O ORANGE (6) PERMANENTLY GROUNDED AND
PK PINK (9) CONFORM TO N.E.C. & LOCAL CODES.
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO

LS LIMIT SWITCH
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS

PS1 PRESSURE SWITCH, FIRE PU PURPLE (5)


3. THE LEADS FROM THE MOTOR MAY
PS2 PRESSURE SWITCH, COMB. BOX R RED (2) BE CHANGED TO REQUIRED SPEED.
PV POWER VENTOR W WHITE (0)
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.

PVR POWER VENT RELAY Y YELLOW (3)


ROS ROLLOUT SWITCH
SO STACK OVERTEMP SWITCH
B14933-226

Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
59
GMNT
60
FROM FURNACE
CHASSIS GROUND
W W 115 / 60 / 1
CONDENSING Y G G POWER SUPPLY
UNIT R R
T'STAT DS
TWIN COOL
W
G
24V HEAT IDBR1
TO 115/1/60 R HEAT
M1
POWER SUPPLY
M2
I.D.B.
3 2 1 COOL
B R HSI
W

FS
BL 6 5 4
PVR IDBR2
7 IND
9 8 P.V.
G
B
HSIR

PSO
PRI

PSI

LIMIT
LIMIT
FS
GV
BL NEUTRALS TRANS L2
R
WIRING DIAGRAMS

DS
B HSI

W LS C
R
W FUSE

IDBR2
HIGH VOLTAGE!

G
W R
W W
P.V.
MOTOR
B B
W HSIR
PVR
PS1

BL
G
R MED IDBR1
O LOW
GV
ALS SO ROS ROS ROS ROS

B LS P HIGH
R

G IDB
Y
HSI
BL
PS1 BR
BR WIRING
Y FS LINE VOLTAGE WIRE SPLICE
LOW VOLTAGE MARKED TERMINAL
CAPACITOR
FIELD INSTALLED POWER UNMARKED TERMINAL
COMPONENT LEGEND
GV ROS ROS ROS ROS SO ALS FIELD INSTALLED CONTROL
ALS AUXILIARY LIMIT SWITCH
P P P P P P
DS DOOR SWITCH
FS FLAME SENSOR
WIRE CODE NOTES
GV GAS VALVE
B BLACK (1) 1. REPLACEMENT WIRE MUST
HSI HOT SURFACE IGNITOR
BL BLUE (4) BE THE SAME SIZE AND TYPE
HSIR HOT SURFACE IGNTION RELAY BR BROWN (7) OF INSULATION AS ORIGINAL.(105ºF).
IDB INDOOR BLOWER
G GREEN (8) 2. WARNING: CABINET MUST BE
IDBR1 INDOOR BLOWER HEAT RELAY O ORANGE (6) PERMANENTLY GROUNDED AND
IDBR2 INDOOR BLOWER COOL RELAY PK PINK (9) CONFORM TO N.E.C. & LOCAL CODES.
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO

LS LIMIT SWITCH PU PURPLE (5)


DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS

PS1 PRESSURE SWITCH, FIRE 3. THE LEADS FROM THE MOTOR MAY
R RED (2)
BE CHANGED TO REQUIRED SPEED.
PS2 PRESSURE SWITCH, COMB. BOX
W WHITE (0)
PV POWER VENTOR
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.

Y YELLOW (3)
PVR POWER VENT RELAY
ROS ROLLOUT SWITCH
SO STACK OVERTEMP SWITCH B14933-227

Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
GMNT
FROM FURNACE
CHASSIS GROUND
W W
CONDENSING Y G G
UNIT R R
T'STAT 115 / 60 / 1
TWIN COOL
W POWER SUPPLY
G
24V HEAT
TO 115/1/60 R DS
M1
POWER SUPPLY M2

R 3 2 1 HSI
IDBR1 HEAT
B W

FS
BL 6 5 4
IND I.D.B.
9 8 7 COOL
G
B
PRI

PSO
BL

PSI
FS

LIMIT
LIMIT
GV
NEUTRALS TRANS L2
PVR IDBR2
R P.V.
WIRING DIAGRAMS

DS HSIR
B

W
HSI
W

LS
R
HIGH VOLTAGE!

W FUSE
R
P.V. W
MOTOR B B IDBR2
W G

G BL W
R MED HSIR
O PS1 PVR
LOW

B LS P
R HIGH IDBR1
GV
SO PS2 ROS ROS ROS
G IDB
HSI Y
BL

PS1 BR
BR
Y FS
WIRING CODE
NOTES:
CAPACITOR ALS AUX. LIMIT SWITCH FACTORY WIRING 1. REPLACEMENT WIRE MUST
GV PS2 SO DS BLWR. DOOR SWITCH HIGH VOLTAGE BE THE SAME SIZE AND TYPE
ROS ROS ROS
PFC POWER FACTOR TRANS. LOW VOLTAGE OF INSULATION AS ORIGINAL
P P P P P (105°C).
FS FLAME SENSOR
FRS FLAME ROLL-OUT SWITCH WIRE CODE
GV GAS VALVE 2. WARNING CABINET MUST BE
B BLACK (1) PERMANENTLY GROUNDED AND
HSI HOT SURFACE IGNITOR
BL BLUE (4) CONFORM TO N.E.C. & LOCAL
ICB IGNITION CONTROL BOARD CODES.
LS MAIN LIMIT SWITCH BR BROWN (7)
MC MOTOR CONTROLLER G GREEN (8
3. ALL UNUSED MOTOR
PS PRESSURE SWITCH O ORANGE (6) SPEED LEADS GET
TR TRANSFORMER PK PINK (9) PLACED ON M1, M2 OR CAPPED.
PU PURPLE (5)
PV POWER VENTER
IDB INDOOR BLOWER R RED (2)
IDBR INDOOR BLWR RELAY W WHITE (0)
Y YELLOW (3)
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO

PVR POWER VENT RELAY


DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS

CR COOL RELAY
NOTE: HR HEAT RELAY
*HI - BLACK
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.

THE LEADS FROM THE MOTOR *MED - BLUE


MAY BE CHANGED TO THE *LOW - RED
REQUIRED SPEED. *MED-LO - ORANGE
B48578-02

Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
61
GMNT B SERIES
62
FROM FURNACE
CHASSIS GROUND
W W 115 / 60 / 1
CONDENSING Y G G POWER SUPPLY
UNIT R R
T'STAT
W COOL DS
TWIN
G
24V HEAT
TO 115/1/60 R
M1 IDBR1
POWER SUPPLY HEAT
M2

R 3 2 1 HSI
B I.D.B.
W COOL

FS
BL 6 5 4
8 7 IND
G 9
PVR IDBR2
B P.V.
PRI

PSO
GV
FS

PSI

LIMIT
LIMIT
BL NEUTRALS TRANS L2
R
HSIR
DS
B
WIRING DIAGRAMS

HSI
W
W
LS
R
FUSE

IDBR2
W
HIGH VOLTAGE!

W *O *R
P.V . G
MOTOR B *B
W
W
*BL HSIR
PVR
G PS1
R
O

IDBR1
B P
GV
LS ALS SO ROS ROS ROS ROS
R
G IDB
HSI
BL
Y BR
BR

PS
Y CAPACITOR
WIRING
LINE VOLTAGE WIRE SPLICE
FS MARKED TERMINAL
LOW VOLTAGE
FIELD INSTALLED POWER UNMARKED TERMINAL
COMPONENT LEGEND
FIELD INSTALLED CONTROL
GV ROS ROS ROS ROS SO ALS ALS AUXILIARY LIMIT SWITCH
P P P P P P DS DOOR SWITCH
FS FLAME SENSOR
WIRE CODE NOTES
GV GAS VALVE
B BLACK (1) 1. REPLACEMENT WIRE MUST
HSI HOT SURFACE IGNITOR
BL BLUE (4) BE THE SAME SIZE AND TYPE
HSIR HOT SURFACE IGNTION RELAY BR BROWN (7) OF INSULATION AS ORIGINAL.(105ºF).
IDB INDOOR BLOWER
G GREEN (8) 2. WARNING: CABINET MUST BE
IDBR1 INDOOR BLOWER HEAT RELAY O ORANGE (6) PERMANENTLY GROUNDED AND
IDBR2 INDOOR BLOWER COOL RELAY PK PINK (9) CONFORM TO N.E.C. & LOCAL CODES.
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO

LS LIMIT SWITCH PU PURPLE (5)


DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS

PS1 PRESSURE SWITCH, FIRE 3. THE LEADS FROM THE MOTOR MAY
R RED (2) BE CHANGED TO REQUIRED SPEED.
*HI - BLACK PS2 PRESSURE SWITCH, COMB. BOX
W WHITE (0)
*MED - BLUE PV POWER VENTOR
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.

Y YELLOW (3) 4. ALL UNUSED MOTOR LEADS GET PLACED


*LOW - RED PVR POWER VENT RELAY ON M1 AND M2 OR CAPPED.
*MED-LO - ORANGE ROS ROLLOUT SWITCH
SO STACK OVERTEMP SWITCH B14933-234

Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
GMNT B SERIES
ROS ROS ROS
P P
PV
115 / 60 / 1
P
P POWER SUPPLY
DS
LS
NOT ALL
ROS
PFC MODELS
P O
IDB
SO W LOW
PVR1
GV PVR2 PV
PS
P
HSIR HIGH

HI
COM
LOW
P O
WIRING DIAGRAMS

BL FS
P
BL IDB HSI
R P P

ALS G
R
XFMR
Y C

PS G FUSE PVR1
W1
R Y R
HSIR
B
HIGH VOLTAGE!

B
SO LS RO RO RO RO ALS
BR
W GV

W LOW
HIGH
PS1
W2
FS HOT NEUTRALS PS2
B PVR2
R

XFMR
XFMR

EAC
LINE
HUM
HUM
CIRC
EAC
LINE
HIGH HEAT

W LOW HEAT
BL
YLO
LOW COOL
IDB
HIGH COOL
Y
PFC FAN
B G
24V NOT ALL
W HSI
MODELS

W
G COMPONENT LEGEND WIRING
B
ALS AUXILIARY LIMIT SWITCH LINE VOLTAGE WIRE SPLICE
DS DOOR SWITCH MARKED TERMINAL
LOW VOLTAGE
DS FS FLAME SENSOR FIELD INSTALLED POWER UNMARKED TERMINAL
GV GAS VALVE FIELD INSTALLED CONTROL
TO 115/1/60
HSI HOT SURFACE IGNITOR
POWER SUPPLY
HSIR HOT SURFACE IGNTION RELAY
IDB INDOOR BLOWER WIRE CODE NOTES
PFC POWER FACTOR CHOKE (1)
B BLACK 1. REPLACEMENT WIRE MUST
XFMR TRANSFORMER BE THE SAME SIZE AND TYPE
BL BLUE (4)
LS LIMIT SWITCH BR BROWN (7) OF INSULATION AS ORIGINAL.(105ºF).
PS1 PRESSURE SWITCH, LOW FIRE G GREEN (8)
PS2 PRESSURE SWITCH, HIGH FIRE 2. WARNING: CABINET MUST BE
O ORANGE (6) PERMANENTLY GROUNDED AND
PV POWER VENTOR PK PINK (9) CONFORM TO N.E.C. & LOCAL CODES.
PVR1 POWER VENT RELAY, LOW FIRE
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO

PU PURPLE (5)
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS

PVR2 POWER VENT RELAY, HIGH FIRE 3. POWER FACTORY CHOKE PRESENT
R RED (2) ONLY ON UNITS WITH 3/4 AND
*HI - BLACK ROS ROLLOUT SWITCH
W WHITE (0) 1 HP INDOOR BLOWERS.
*MED - BLUE SO STACK OVERTEMP SWITCH
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.

Y YELLOW (3)
*LOW - RED
*MED-LO - ORANGE

B14933-235

Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
63
GMNTE
64
FROM FURNACE
CHASSIS GROUND 115 / 60 / 1
POWER SUPPLY
W W
CONDENSING Y G G
UNIT R R
T'STAT W COOL
TWIN
G
24V R HEAT
TO 115/1/60 M1 IDBR1
POWER SUPPLY HEAT
M2

R 3 2 1 HSI I.D.B.
B W COOL

FS
BL 6 5 4
IND
9 8 7 PVR
G IDBR2
B P.V.
PRI

GV
FS

PSI
PSO

LIMIT
LIMIT
BL NEUTRALS TRANS L2
R HSIR

DS
WIRING DIAGRAMS

HSI
W
W

LS
HIGH VOLTAGE!

R
FUSE
W
W R IDBR2
P.V.
*
MOTOR
B B G
W

W
BL
G * HSIR
R MED PS PVR
O
LOW

B R P IDBR1
HIGH
LS
R
G IDB
HSI GV
BL SO ROS ROS ROS ROS
Y BR
BR

PS
Y CAPACITOR WIRING CODE NOTES:
DS - DOOR SWITCH
SO FACTORY WIRING 1. REPLACEMENT WIRE MUST
FS - FLAME SENSOR BE THE SAME SIZE AND TYPE
HIGH VOLTAGE
FS GV - GAS VALVE OF INSULATION AS ORIGINAL
LOW VOLTAGE
(105°C).
HSI - HOT SURFACE IGNITOR
2. WARNING CABINET MUST BE
P HSIR HOT SURFACE IGNITION RELAY
PERMANENTLY GROUNDED AND
GV IDB - INDOOR BLOWER CONFORM TO N.E.C. & LOCAL
ROS ROS ROS ROS CODES.
IDBR - INDOOR BLOWER RELAY
BL P WIRE COLOR CODE
P P P
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO

LS - LIMIT SWITCH
B BLACK (1) PK PINK (9)
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS

PS - PRESSURE SWITCH
BL BLUE (4) P PURPLE (5)
NOTE: PV - POWER VENTOR
BR BROWN (7) W WHITE (0)
PVR - POWER VENT RELAY
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.

THE LEADS FROM THE MOTOR * MED HI - YELLOW G GREEN (8) Y YELLOW (3)
MED LOW - ORANGE ROS - ROLLOUT SWITCH O ORANGE (6) R RED (2)
MAY BE CHANGED TO THE
REQUIRED SPEED. SO - STACK OVERTEMP SWITCH
B2857804

Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
GMPN
TO THERMOSTAT
WHITE=W1 L1
BROWN=W2
GREEN=G L2
RED=R
YELLOW=Y
DS

{
TO PFC
Y IDBR
CONDENSING HEAT
UNIT BL

I.D.B.
IDBR
COOL
W W
HUM
G COOL
R
24V TWIN ICB OT2
W Y
R OT1
G HEAT G PVR
OTC
R 27
M1 O P.V.
BR
M2 C1
B
C2
HSIR
3 2 1 W1/W2
R HSI
W2
WIRING DIAGRAMS

FS
W E
BL 6 5 4
R
BL IND
9 8 7 Y1
NEUTRALS L2 Y/Y2
G
HSI

J2 J3 MC

FUSE
HIGH VOLTAGE!

R W
LS O LS
R P B SEE NOTE R

#3
BL FS IDBR
115V
BR PFC G
B PVR
Y Y
PS B IDB W W1
W
PS
W
BL BR
W2R
ALS
4 ROS
AL ROS ROS ROS
W2
P P.V. 2 GV
RELAY
B
1 3
ROS
B 6

W2R
BL
W HSI W2

P
PFC - POWER-FACTOR CHOKE TRANSFORMER
ROS ALS - AUXILIARY LIMIT SWITCH
DS - DOOR SWITCH WIRING CODE NOTES:
CR - COOL RELAY 1. REPLACEMENT WIRE MUST
HR - HEAT RELAY FACTORY WIRING
P HIGH VOLTAGE BE THE SAME SIZE AND TYPE
GV FS - FLAME SENSOR OF INSULATION AS ORIGINAL
B LOW VOLTAGE
GV - GAS VALVE (105°C).
LO P HSI - HOT SURFACE IGNITOR FIELD WIRING
ROS ICB - INTERGRATED CIRCUIT BOARD HIGH VOLTAGE 2. WARNING CABINET MUST BE
BL COM W IDB - INDOOR BLOWER PERMANENTLY GROUNDED AND
ROS G CONFORM TO N.E.C. & LOCAL
IDBR - INDOOR BLOWER RELAY
HI WIRE COLOR CODE CODES.
LS - LIMIT SWITCH
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO

PS - PRESSURE SWITCH B BLACK PK PINK


DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS

P DS PV - POWER VENTOR 3. PFC USED ON


BL BLUE P PURPLE GMPE100 & 125 MODELS
PVR - POWER VENT RELAY
BR BROWN W WHITE ONLY.
ROS - ROLLOUT SWITCH
G GREEN Y YELLOW
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.

B MC - MOTOR CONTROLLER
POWER SUPPLY O ORANGE R RED
TR - TRANSFORMER
115/1/60 HSIR - HOT SURFACE IGNITOR RELAY
W2R - W2 RELAY B2557806
BR

Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
65
GMPE
66
L1 L2
TO TO THERMOSTAT
CONDENSING Y
UNIT BL
DS

{
IDBR PFC
HEAT
W W
R G HUM R
W TWIN COOL
24V OT2 Y I.D.B.
G OT1 G IDBR
ICB HEAT OTC COOL
R M1 O BR
B M2 C1
C2
3 2 1 W1/W2
HSI PVR
W O W2

FS
6 5 4 E
BL P.V.
R
BL IND
9 8 7
Y1
NEUTRALS L2
Y/Y2 HSIR
G

J2 J3 MC
WIRING DIAGRAMS

HSI
R W
LS O
R P B
SEE NOTE
#3
BL FS FUSE
115V
BR PFC LS
B R
Y Y W
HIGH VOLTAGE!

PS B IDB
W
IDBR
W G
BL BR PVR
ALS W1
4
W2 PS
P 2
P.V. RELAY
B
1 3

ROS W2R
B
AL ROS ROS ROS ROS
BL
GV
W HSI

ROS
W2R

B W2
GV P

LO P
W G
BL ROS
COM DS COMPONENT LEGEND WIRING
ROS
HI ALS AUXILIARY LIMIT SWITCH WIRE SPLICE
LINE VOLTAGE
P B DS DOOR SWITCH MARKED TERMINAL
POWER SUPPLY LOW VOLTAGE
115/1/60 FS FLAME SENSOR FIELD INSTALLED POWER UNMARKED TERMINAL
BR
FSR FLAME ROLLOUT SWITCH FIELD INSTALLED CONTROL
GV GAS VALVE
HSI HOT SURFACE IGNITOR
ICB IGNITION CONTROL BOARD WIRE CODE NOTES
LS LIMIT SWITCH
B BLACK 1. REPLACEMENT WIRE MUST
MC MASTER CONTROLLER BL BLUE BE THE SAME SIZE AND TYPE
PS PRESSURE SWITCH BR BROWN OF INSULATION AS ORIGINAL.(105ºF).
TR TRANSFORMER
G GREEN 2. WARNING: CABINET MUST BE
PV POWER VENTOR
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO

O ORANGE PERMANENTLY GROUNDED AND


IDB INDOOR BLOWER
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS

PK PINK CONFORM TO N.E.C. & LOCAL CODES.


*HI - BLACK IDBR INDOOR BLOWER RELAY PU PURPLE
*MED - BLUE PVR POWER VENT RELAY 3. PFC USED ON GMPE100 & 125 MODELS
R RED
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.

*LOW - RED ONLY.


CR COOL RELAY
W WHITE
*MED-LO - ORANGE HR HEAT RELAY Y YELLOW
B14933-184

Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
GMPE
FURNACE CHASSIS GND. POWER SUPPLY
BL
Y 115 / 60 / 1
W W
Y G G
OPTIONAL CONDENSING
R R
UNIT IDBR1 HEAT
T'STAT TWIN
W COOL

G HEAT I.D.B.
24V
TO 115/1/60 R IDBR2 COOL
POWER SUPPLY M1

M2

R 3 2 1 PVR
B P.V.

FS
HSI
BL 6 5 4
IND
9 8 7 PRI HSIR
G
NEUTRALS TRANS L2
B BL

FS

PSI
GV
PSO

LIMIT
LIMIT
BL
R
HSI
DS
WIRING DIAGRAMS

B B
Y
R Y
W LS
BL W R FUSE
IDBR2
G
PVR
W
P.V. W *R W
HIGH VOLTAGE!

MOTOR B B HSIR
W PS
IDBR1
BL
G *
MED
R
P O LOW

ALS HIGH
B GV
LS ALS ROS ROS ROS ROS
R
P G IDB
HSI
ROS
Y BR
BR

PS P
Y
ROS CAPACITOR
COMPONENT LEGEND WIRING
ALS AUXILIARY LIMIT SWITCH LINE VOLTAGE WIRE SPLICE
FS DS DOOR SWITCH MARKED TERMINAL
P ROS P LOW VOLTAGE
GV FS FLAME SENSOR FIELD INSTALLED POWER UNMARKED TERMINAL
ROS GV GAS VALVE
FIELD INSTALLED CONTROL
HSI HOT SURFACE IGNITOR
ICB INTEGRATED CIRCUIT BOARD
IDB INDOOR BLOWER WIRE CODE NOTES
IDBR INDOOR BLOWER RELAY
B BLACK 1. REPLACEMENT WIRE MUST
LS LIMIT SWITCH
BL BLUE BE THE SAME SIZE AND TYPE
PS PRESSURE SWITCH OF INSULATION AS ORIGINAL.(105ºF).
BR BROWN
PV POWER VENTOR
G GREEN 2. WARNING: CABINET MUST BE
PVR POWER VENT RELAY
O ORANGE PERMANENTLY GROUNDED AND
TR TRANSFORMER
PK PINK CONFORM TO N.E.C. & LOCAL CODES.
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO

ROS ROLLOUT SWITCH


DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS

PU PURPLE
SO STACK OVER
R RED
TEMP SWITCH
W WHITE
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.

Y YELLOW
B14933-175

Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
67
GMPH
68
COOL 25
POWER SUPPLY
HEAT 115 / 60 / 1
M1

M2
B

R
FURNACE CHASSIS GND. BL
BL
Y
IDBR1 HEAT
W W
OPTIONAL CONDENSING Y G G
UNIT R R I.D.B.
IDBR2 COOL
T'STAT W COOL
TWIN
G
24V HEAT PVR
TO 115/1/60 R
M1

POWER SUPPLY P.V.


M2

B 3 2 1 HSIR
WIRING DIAGRAMS

R HSI

FS
BL 6 5 4
IND
G 9 8 7

B BL HSI
PRI

PSI
PSO
GV
FS

LIMIT
LIMIT
NEUTRALS TRANS L2
BL
R
HIGH VOLTAGE!

DS
B B
Y Y
LS
R FUSE
R
W
IDBR2
BL W
G
PVR
W
HSIR
W PS
P.V. W *R
MOTOR B B IDBR1
W

G BL
R * GV
MED ROS ROS
O
LOW
LS
B R
HIGH

Y G IDB
P NOTES:
HSI
PS
1. REPLACEMENT WIRE MUST
Y BR WIRING CODE BE THE SAME SIZE AND TYPE
DS - DOOR SWITCH
OF INSULATION AS ORIGINAL
BR FS - FLAME SENSOR FACTORY WIRING (105°C.)
GV - GAS VALVE HIGH VOLTAGE
P LOW VOLTAGE 2. WARNING CABINET MUST BE
ROS HSI - HOT SURFACE IGNITOR
CAPACITOR PERMANENTLY GROUNDED AND
GV HSIR - HOT SURFACE IGNITOR RELAY CONFORM TO N.E.C. & LOCAL
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO

ROS IDB - INDOOR BLOWER CODES.


DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS

FS
IDBR - INDOOR BLOWER RELAY WIRE COLOR CODE
P 3. FOR MODEL GMT140-5
LS - LIMIT SWITCH BLACK (9) SEE FIG #1.
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.

B (1) PK PINK
PS - PRESSURE SWITCH
*MED - BLUE BL BLUE (4) P PURPLE (5) 4. ALL UNUSED MOTOR SPEED
PV - POWER VENTOR BR BROWN (7) W WHITE (0) LEADS GET PLACED ON
NOTE: *LOW - RED
PVR - POWER VENT RELAY G GREEN (8) Y YELLOW (3) MI AND M2.
THE LEADS FROM THE MOTOR MAY BE *MED-HI - ORANGE
CHANGED TO THE REQUIRED SPEED. ROS - ROLLOUT SWITCH O ORANGE (6) R RED (2)
*MED-LO - YELLOW B4057802

Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
GMT & GMT A SERIES
BL FURNACE CHASSIS GND.
POWER SUPPLY
Y
W W 115 / 60 / 1
OPTIONAL CONDENSING Y G G
UNIT R R
SEENOTE#3
COOL
T'STAT W TWIN
G
24V HEAT
TO 115/1/60 R
M1 IDBR1
POWER SUPPLY HEAT
M2

10
3 2 1
B R HSI I.D.B.
IDBR2 COOL

FS
BL 6 5 4
IND
9 8 7 PVR
G
B BL P.V.
PRI

GV
FS

PSI
PSO

LIMIT
LIMIT
NEUTRALS TRANS L2
BL
R HSIR
WIRING DIAGRAMS

DS
B B
Y Y
R HSI
W
BL W
HIGH VOLTAGE!

LS
R FUSE
W
W R IDBR2
P.V. *
MOTOR
B B
W G

PVR
BL W
G * HSIR
R MED
PS
O LOW
IDBR1

B
HIGH
LS
GV
R ROS ROS
G IDB
HSI

Y BR
BR
P
PS
Y CAPACITOR NOTES:

1. REPLACEMENT WIRE MUST


WIRING CODE BE THE SAME SIZE AND TYPE
DS - DOOR SWITCH
OF INSULATION AS ORIGINAL
FS - FLAME SENSOR FACTORY WIRING (105°C).
FS HIGH VOLTAGE
GV - GAS VALVE
P ROS LOW VOLTAGE 2. WARNING CABINET MUST BE
HSI - HOT SURFACE IGNITOR
GV PERMANENTLY GROUNDED AND
HSIR - HOT SURFACE IGNITOR RELAY CONFORM TO N.E.C. & LOCAL
ROS IDB - INDOOR BLOWER CODES.
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO

P IDBR - INDOOR BLOWER RELAY WIRE COLOR CODE


3. MODEL GMT140-5 USES HIGH
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS

17
LS - LIMIT SWITCH BLACK (9) SPEED (BLK) FOR HEATING
B (1) PK PINK
PS - PRESSURE SWITCH AND COOLING.
BL BLUE (4) P PURPLE (5)
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.

NOTE: PV - POWER VENTOR BR BROWN (7) W WHITE (0)


THE LEADS FROM THE MOTOR MAY BE *MED - BLUE PVR - POWER VENT RELAY G GREEN (8) Y YELLOW (3)
CHANGED TO THE REQUIRED SPEED. *LOW - RED ROS - ROLLOUT SWITCH O ORANGE (6) R RED (2) B4057801

Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
69
GMT, GMTH
70
BL FURNACE CHASSIS GND.
POWER SUPPLY
Y
W W 115 / 60 / 1
OPTIONAL CONDENSING Y G G
UNIT R R
T'STAT TWIN COOL
W

24V G HEAT
TO 115/1/60 R M1
POWER SUPPLY IDBR1 HEAT
M2
B 3 2 1
R

FS
I.D.B.
6 5 4 HSI COOL
BL IDBR2
IND
9 8 7
G
PVR
B
BL PRI

FS

PSI
GV
PSO
P.V.

LIMIT
LIMIT
BL NEUTRALS TRANS L2
R
HSIR
DS
WIRING DIAGRAMS

B B
Y Y
R
HSI
W
BL W

LS
R
HIGH VOLTAGE!

W FUSE
R
P.V.
W
*
MOTOR B B IDBR2
W
G
PVR
BL
G * W
MED
R HSIR
LOW PS
O
HIGH IDBR1
B
LS
R GV
G IDB ROS ROS

HSI

Y BR
BR
P
PS
Y CAPACITOR

FS COMPONENT LEGEND WIRING


P DS DOOR SWITCH WIRE SPLICE
ROS LINE VOLTAGE
GV FS FLAME SENSOR
LOW VOLTAGE MARKED TERMINAL
ROS
GV GAS VALVE
FIELD INSTALLED POWER UNMARKED TERMINAL
P HSI HOT SURFACE IGNITOR
FIELD INSTALLED CONTROL
HSIR HOT SURFACE IGNITOR RELAY
IDB INDOOR BLOWER
IDBR INDOOR BLOWER RELAY WIRE CODE NOTES
LS LIMIT SWITCH
B BLACK 1. REPLACEMENT WIRE MUST
PS PRESSURE SWITCH
BL BLUE BE THE SAME SIZE AND TYPE
PV POWER VENTOR OF INSULATION AS ORIGINAL.(105ºF).
BR BROWN
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO

PVR POWER VENT RELAY


DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS

ROS ROLLOUT SWITCH G GREEN 2. WARNING: CABINET MUST BE


O ORANGE PERMANENTLY GROUNDED AND
PK PINK CONFORM TO N.E.C. & LOCAL CODES.
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.

PU PURPLE
3. MODEL GMT140-5 USES HIGH SPEED (BLK)
R RED FOR HEATING AND COOLING.
W WHITE
Y YELLOW
B14933-230

Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
GMT
POWER SUPPLY
COOL
HEAT
115 / 60 / 1

M1
B
M2
FURNACE CHASSIS GND. R
BL BL
Y
W W
OPTIONAL CONDENSING Y IDBR1 HEAT
G G FIG # 1
UNIT R R
I.D.B.
T'STAT TWIN IDBR2 COOL
W COOL
G HEAT
24V
TO 115/1/60 R PVR
POWER SUPPLY M1
P.V.
M2
R 3 2 1
B HSIR

FS
HSI
6 5 4
WIRING DIAGRAMS

BL
9 8 7 IND
G PRI
NEUTRALS TRANS L2
B
BL

GV
FS
HSI

PSI
PSO

LIMIT
LIMIT
BL
R

DS
B B
LS C
YY
R R FUSE
W
HIGH VOLTAGE!

IDBR2
BL W
G

PVR
W
HSIR
W PS
P.V. W *R
W MOTOR B B IDBR1

G BL
* GV
R MED ROS ROS

O LOW
LS
B R
HIGH

Y G IDB
HSI P
PS
Y BR WIRING
BR
LINE VOLTAGE WIRE SPLICE
P LOW VOLTAGE MARKED TERMINAL
ROS
GV CAPACITOR FIELD INSTALLED POWER UNMARKED TERMINAL
ROS
FS FIELD INSTALLED CONTROL
P
COMPONENT LEGEND
DS DOOR SWITCH
WIRE CODE NOTES
FS FLAME SENSOR
GV GAS VALVE B BLACK 1. REPLACEMENT WIRE MUST
BL BLUE BE THE SAME SIZE AND TYPE
HSI HOT SURFACE IGNITOR
BR BROWN OF INSULATION AS ORIGINAL.(105ºF).
HSIR HOT SURFACE IGNITOR RELAY
IDB INDOOR BLOWER G GREEN 2. WARNING: CABINET MUST BE
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO

O ORANGE PERMANENTLY GROUNDED AND


IDBR INDOOR BLOWER RELAY
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS

PK PINK CONFORM TO N.E.C. & LOCAL CODES.


LS LIMIT SWITCH
PS PRESSURE SWITCH PU PURPLE
3. FOR MODEL GMT140-5, SEE FIG. # 1.
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.

PV POWER VENTOR R RED


PVR POWER VENT RELAY W WHITE 4. ALL UNUSED MOTOR SPEED LEADS
ROS ROLLOUT SWITCH Y YELLOW GET PLACED ON M1 AND M2.
B14933-231

Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
71
GMT, GMTH, & GMTH A SERIES
72
BL FURNACE CHASSIS GND. POWER SUPPLY
Y
W W 115 / 60 / 1
OPTIONAL CONDENSING Y G G
UNIT R R
T'STAT W COOL
TWIN
G
24V R HEAT
TO 115/1/60
M1

POWER SUPPLY IDBR1 HEAT


M2

R 3 2 1 HSI
B I.D.B.

FS
BL 6 5 4 IDBR2 COOL
IND
9 8 7
G PVR
B BL P.V.
PRI

PSO
GV
FS

PSI

LIMIT
LIMIT
NEUTRALS TRANS L2
BL R
HSIR
DS
B B
Y Y
WIRING DIAGRAMS

R
HSI
W
BL W

LS C

R
W FUSE
W R
P.V. *
HIGH VOLTAGE!

W MOTOR B B IDBR2
G
PVR
G BL W
*
MED HSIR
R
O PS
LOW
IDBR1
B
HIGH
LS
R GV
G IDB ROS ROS

HSI

Y BR
BR
P
PS
Y CAPACITOR

FS
WIRING
P LINE VOLTAGE WIRE SPLICE
ROS
GV LOW VOLTAGE MARKED TERMINAL
ROS
FIELD INSTALLED POWER UNMARKED TERMINAL
P FIELD INSTALLED CONTROL

COMPONENT LEGEND
DS DOOR SWITCH
WIRE CODE NOTES
FS FLAME SENSOR
GV GAS VALVE B BLACK 1. REPLACEMENT WIRE MUST
BL BLUE BE THE SAME SIZE AND TYPE
HSI HOT SURFACE IGNITOR
BR BROWN OF INSULATION AS ORIGINAL.(105ºF).
HSIR HOT SURFACE IGNITOR RELAY
IDB INDOOR BLOWER G GREEN 2. WARNING: CABINET MUST BE
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO

O ORANGE PERMANENTLY GROUNDED AND


IDBR INDOOR BLOWER RELAY
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS

PK PINK CONFORM TO N.E.C. & LOCAL CODES.


LS LIMIT SWITCH
PS PRESSURE SWITCH PU PURPLE
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.

PV POWER VENTOR R RED


PVR POWER VENT RELAY W WHITE
ROS ROLLOUT SWITCH Y YELLOW
B14933-197

Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
GMT, GMTH
BL FURNACE CHASSIS GND.
POWER SUPPLY
Y
W W 115 / 60 / 1
OPTIONAL CONDENSING Y G G
UNIT R R
T'STAT W COOL
TWIN
G
24V R HEAT
TO 115/1/60 M1 IDBR1 HEAT
POWER SUPPLY
M2

R 3 2 1 HSI I.D.B.
B COOL
IDBR2
BL 6 5 4

FS
G IND
9 8 7 PVR
G
B P.V.
PRI
NEUTRALS TRANS L2
(1)
HSIR
WIRING DIAGRAMS

(2)
DS

FS
HSI
W
W
(7)
HIGH VOLTAGE!

(8) LS
R
FUSE
(6)
(9)
P.V. W IDBR2
W MOTOR B
G

PVR
W
B R W HSIR
R PS
O
(5) IDBR1
(4)

LS
GV
ALS ROS
IDB
HSI
P
Y BR
BR

PS
Y CAPACITOR WIRING CODE NOTES:
ALS - AUXILIARY LIMIT SWITCH 1. REPLACEMENT WIRE MUST
FACTORY WIRING
DS - DOOR SWITCH HIGH VOLTAGE BE THE SAME SIZE AND TYPE
OF INSULATION AS ORIGINAL
FS - FLAME SENSOR LOW VOLTAGE
(3) (105°C).
ROS ALS FS
GV - GAS VALVE
HSI - HOT SURFACE IGNITOR 2. WARNING CABINET MUST BE
GV PERMANENTLY GROUNDED AND
IDB - INDOOR BLOWER CONFORM TO N.E.C. & LOCAL
BL IDBR - INDOOR BLOWER RELAY WIRE COLOR CODE CODES.
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO

LS - LIMIT SWITCH B BLACK (1) P PURPLE (5)


DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS

HI - BLACK PS - PRESSURE SWITCH BL BLUE (4) W WHITE (0)


NOTE: MED HI - YELLOW PV - POWER VENTER G GREEN (8) Y YELLOW (3)
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.

THE LEADS FROM THE MOTOR MED LO - ORANGE PVR - POWER VENT RELAY O ORANGE (6) R RED (2)
MAY BE CHANGED TO THE MED - BLUE ROS - ROLLOUT SWITCH
REQUIRED SPEED. LO - RED
B25578-04

Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
73
GPD, GDT, GDT A & B SERIES
74
31

BL FURNACE CHASSIS GROUND.


Y 22
L2 L1
W1 W 23

W2 BR 24
CONDENSING UNIT Y
G G 25

R R
THERMOSTAT

DS

COOL
OVERCURRENT
PROTECTION IGM
HT. MED HEAT - SECOND STAGE
DEVICE W1
HT. LO
12 9 6 3
W2
TO 115/1/60 IGM
24V G 11 8 5 2 HSI HEAT - FIRST STAGE
POWER SUPPLY
I.D.B.
R 10 7 4 1

G IGM
IND HI
B COOL
B BL IND LO
WIRING DIAGRAMS

DS
BL IGM
R HI SPD
B
PRI
NEUTRALS TRANS L2
IGM PV
R LO SPD.

B
BL
HIGH VOLTAGE!

R Y P BL O R O W P.V.
R Y
MOTOR B
HSI
W
115V
W
G LS
R C
W FUSE 24V
(ON IGM)
BL
IDBR (ON IGM)
B
W G

R
R PVR (ON IGM)
O *
R MED
W1

P O
17 PS2
LS LOW
SO PS1 SO PS3 ROS ROS
B Y
HIGH

PS1
G IDB
Y PVR (ON IGM)
HSI P
W2
BR
PS3 BR
PS2 GV

CAPACITOR
GV DS - DOOR SWITCH
ROS ROS P
FS - FLAME SENSOR
LO P GV - GAS VALVE WIRING CODE NOTES:
COM BL HSI - HOT SURFACE IGNITOR
FS HIGH VOLTAGE 1. REPLACEMENT WIRE MUST
IDB - INDOOR BLOWER
HI R BE THE SAME SIZE AND TYPE
IDBR - INDOOR BLOWER RELAY LOW VOLTAGE OF INSULATION AS ORIGINAL
IGM - IGNITION MODULE (105°C).
LS - LIMIT SWITCH
2. WARNING CABINET MUST BE
PCB - PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD PERMANENTLY GROUNDED TO
CONFORM TO N.E.C. & LOCAL
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO

WIRE COLOR CODE PS3 - PRESSURE SWITCH COMB. BOX


CODES.
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS

PS1 - PRESSURE SWITCH LO FIRE


B BLACK P PURPLE PS2 - PRESSURE SWITCH HI FIRE
BL BLUE W WHITE PV - POWER VENTER
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.

BR BROWN Y YELLOW PVR - POWER VENT RELAY


G GREEN R RED ROS - ROLLOUT SWITCH
O ORANGE PK PINK SO - STACK OVERTEMP B28578-09

Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
GSM
FROM FURNACE
CHASSIS GROUND 115 / 60 / 1
POWER SUPPLY
W W
CONDENSING Y G G DS
UNIT R R
T'STAT W COOL
TWIN
G
24V R HEAT
TO 115/1/60 M1 IDBR1
POWER SUPPLY HEAT
M2

R 3 2 1 HSI I.D.B.
B COOL
W

FS
BL 6 5 4
IND
9 8 7 PVR
G IDBR2
B P.V.
PRI

GV
FS

PSI
PSO

LIMIT
LIMIT
BL NEUTRALS TRANS L2
R HSIR
WIRING DIAGRAMS

DS
B

HSI
W
W
HIGH VOLTAGE!

LS C
R
FUSE
W
W R IDBR2
P.V. *
MOTOR B B G
W

W
BL
G * HSIR
R MED PVR
O PS1
LOW

HIGH
B P
IDBR1
LS
R
G IDB
HSI GV
BL SO PS2 ROS ROS
Y BR
BR

PS1
DS - DOOR SWITCH
Y CAPACITOR WIRING CODE NOTES:
FS - FLAME SENSOR
FACTORY WIRING 1. REPLACEMENT WIRE MUST
GV - GAS VALVE BE THE SAME SIZE AND TYPE
HIGH VOLTAGE
FS HSI - HOT SURFACE IGNITOR OF INSULATION AS ORIGINAL
LOW VOLTAGE
(105°C).
HSIR HOT SURFACE IGNITION RELAY
IDB - INDOOR BLOWER 2. WARNING CABINET MUST BE
GV IDBR1 - INDOOR BLOWER HEAT RELAY PERMANENTLY GROUNDED AND
ROS ROS PS2 SO CONFORM TO N.E.C. & LOCAL
IDBR2 - INDOOR BLOWER COOL RELAY WIRE COLOR CODE CODES.
P P P P
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO

LS - LIMIT SWITCH
B BLACK (1) PK PINK (9)
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS

PS1 - PRESSURE SWITCH, FIRE


BL BLUE (4) P PURPLE (5)
NOTE: PS2 - PRESSURE SWITCH, COMB. BOX
BR BROWN (7) W WHITE (0)
PV - POWER VENTOR
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.

THE LEADS FROM THE MOTOR * MED HI - YELLOW G GREEN (8) Y YELLOW (3)
PVR - POWER VENT RELAY O ORANGE (6) R RED (2)
MAY BE CHANGED TO THE MED LOW - ORANGE
REQUIRED SPEED. ROS - ROLLOUT SWITCH
SO - STACK OVERTEMP SWITCH B28578-08

Wiring is subject to change. Always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
75
GSMS
TWINNING DIAGRAMS GSU & GSM
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING THIS
UNIT. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE PRESENT. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.

INDUCER
BLOWER
CONDENSER

MED

HSI

LO
LO
M1

HI

HI

TRNSL2
PRI

NOTE 1: MUST USE ONE SOURCE OF POWER FOR BOTH FURNACES.


NEUTRALS
FURNACE 1
PSO2
GVHI
PSI2
GND
BLUE

N/U
N/U
TWIN
TWO-STAGE THERMOSTAT

N/U

FS

ISOLATION RELAY
GV
PSO