Miller has made mobile home home furnaces for decades and they have changed over that time. The internal wiring schematic is specific generation you are working on and will be in the manual for that generation. As to the over arching methodology. You bring power to the primary control and then bring the thermostat to the TT connection and when the thermostat closes the ignition cascade for that that generation begins.
most mobile homes have the same general space and design for mobile home oil furnaces, most will fit in the same area and might only require an extended pipe due to being shorter or taller than other furnaces. The easiest and best way is to simply measure your old furnace and look at the size of this one. This is a basic sized mobile home oil furnace and fits in most mobile home furnace closets.
No this is a heating furnace only. Cooling is not included with this item. If cooling was desired the HVAC contractor would install an "A coil" in the plenum of the heating system and connect it to an AC compressor mounted out side. The fan in the furnace would be wired to run when needed and act as what is called an air handler.
I am not sure I understand what you mean by 'Furnace Eye". If you are referring to the "Cad Cell" I typically don't clean them, I replace them as part of the furnace cleaning. If you open up the parts breakdown found under the header "info and guides" on the Home Depot product listing page you will find it as part #23. It is not a Miller specific item, as it is part of the burner.
There a number of different things that could be wrong, I cannot offer a theory based on the information provided. Basically I would use a volt meter and figure out what component is stopping the cascade of operation.
That depends on the blower speed selected. Please consult the PDF of the specification sheet found on the product listing page under the header "Info and guides"
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This is normally a mobile home furnace which fits inside the small mobile home furnace closet. It can be installed inside a house depending on the current setup of the house, but usually not. This type of furnace is made to have the stack go up to the mobile home roof, AND on the bottom to co-exist with the trailers AC system, where both systems use the mobile home vents for both purposes. Most houses have house-specific oil furnaces that are designed for houses in mind.
yes they should be fine. Mobile home furnaces are usually general in design with slight differences in height only. Both of these oil furnaces use the same base Ma100 or MA200 universal base and flue. Both use the same general size and installation instruction manuals and instructions.