Click the Link Below to Download the Miller Oil-Fired Furnace Service Manual
Miller introduced the first oil-burning gas furnace more than 50 years ago. Today, Miller oil furnaces continue to be one of the most installed oil furnaces in manufactured homes (mobile homes, double-wide homes, pre-built homes, trailer, etc), because of features such as:
- High-efficiency drum or multiple-tube heat exchangers ensure optimum efficiency and long life.
- Natural gas, propane gas or oil burner substitution allows total flexibility in the choice of fuel sources to accommodate moves to other geographic locations, fuel availability and fluctuations in fuel prices.
- Built with the Beckett oil burner made by the most reliable burner manufacturer in America.
- High-efficiency operation meets all federal energy efficiency standards.
- The choice of air conditioning-ready furnaces allows easy hook up of a matching cooling system to further improve your year-round comfort and efficiency.
- Meets HUD requirements.
Like all mechanical heat sources, the Miller oil-fired warm ai furnace does require annual maintenance in order to continue running efficiently. Below, you can download a Miller Forced Hot Air Oil Fired Furnace Cleaning & Basic Troubleshooting Guide that is intended to provide basic information for troubleshooting and homeowner knowledge in the annual cleaning of a Miller Warm Air – Oil Fired Furnace. The steps within the manual should be carried out by a trained professional. This book is designed to make homeowners more informed of just what procedures need to be followed in a proper warm air furnace cleaning! Be aware!!! Untrained technicians may be subject to operational hazards and personal injury. Click the link below to download a PDF file that outlines the process of how to clean and troubleshoot a Miller oil-fired forced hot air furnace. Often times, Miller oil-fired furnaces are referred to as a trailer furnace or a mobile home forced hot air furnace. The PDF manual outlines the following Miller mobile home furnace maintenance and troubleshooting routines.
Use the arrows above to navigate the various pages of the Miller Oil-Fired Furnace Service Manual
- No Heat Is Coming From The Miller Oil-Fired Furnace
- How to Properly Verify and Adjust the Electrode Settings on a Miller Oil-Fired Furnace
- Cleaning the Fuel Pump on a Miller Oil-Fired Furnace
- Bleeding Your Furnace, Remove Air From the Fuel Delivery Line
- Cleaning Your Miller Oil-Fired Furnace Steps 1 & 2
- Cleaning the Miller Warm Air Furnace
- Step 3 Changing Your Oil Burner Nozzle on a Miller Mobile Home Furnace
- Inspecting The Furnace and Blower Maintenance
- Miller Mobile Home Furnace Cleaning Procedure
Although the steps that are outlined in the Miller Furnace repair manual should be carried out by a licensed technician, many of the procedures can be accomplished by a homeowner. Be sure to follow the steps that are outlined in the Miller Warm Air Oil Fired Furnace Cleaning & Basic Troubleshooting PDF Manual.