Model # UHXNEGVT12501
Alternate Part #'s 47-150-1670, HAY-15-1502, HAYUHXNEGVT12501
Indoor Neg. Pressure Vertical 6" Vent Adapter Kit - H250FD
This kit enables indoor installation where the exhaust vent pipe termination is required to be vertically terminated a minimum of 3 feet above the roof and a minimum of 2 feet above any portion of a building within 10 feet horizontally. This kit DOES NOT allow horizontal vent termination.
The instructions are not very clear on the installation.
I can seem to find where the red wire goes. Is there a video or better instructions for where the red wire is hooked up.
We have to say that in some states it is required that this installation be done by a licensed technician. The red wire will go in series to the vent pressure switch supplied. some earlier years require splicing in series, later models will have the red wire having a quick connect to add the vent pressure switch in line.
i have a 250fd heater located outside vent free, and do to flue gas smell i would like to install a flue pipe about 8 feet high, what part would i need?
This vent kit UHXNEGVT12501 is for Vertical venting Only with Termination of the vent Above Roof of House/ Building. The UHXPOSHZ12501 Vent can be used for horizontal or vertical venting and Termination of the vent is Immediately Outside Wall of House/Building.
I have a H250FDN NAT GAS POOL HEATER ,can I use a indoor draft hood with this heater along with 6 inch B vent, my previous heater used this set up and I was under the impression that it would be more efficient and safer? local pool guy says to remove draft hood and just go straight B vent.Heater in a pool house well vented.
Yes you can use an indoor draft hood with this heater in conjuction with the vent pipe and this is the method the manufacture says to install for a pool house installation. You should follow the H250FDN Indoor Installation Instructions listed on page 13-19 of the Hayward Heater installation guide.