Whirlpool Packaged Terminal Air Conditioner Instruction manual

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PACKAGED TERMINAL AIR CONDITIONER (PTAC) /
PACKAGED TERMINAL HEAT PUMP (PTHP) AND
ACCESSORY INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
Table of Contents
PTAC/PTHP AND ACCESSORY SAFETY ....................................2
PLANNING THE INSTALLATION ..................................................2
Typical Unit Components ............................................................2
Required Parts, Accessories and Options...................................3
INSTALLATION REQUIREMENTS ................................................4
Tools and Parts ............................................................................4
Location Requirements ................................................................5
Electrical Requirements ...............................................................5
DRAIN KIT INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS ..............................6
Location Requirements ................................................................6
Internal Drain Installation..............................................................7
External Drain Installation.............................................................7
WALL SLEEVE INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS........................8
Wall Sleeve Requirements ...........................................................8
Wall Sleeve Installation ................................................................9
WALL SLEEVE EXTENSION
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS ................................................10
Location Requirements ..............................................................10
Wall Sleeve Extension Installation .............................................10
STANDARD GRILLE INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS ............12
ARCHITECTURAL LOUVER
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS ................................................13
WALL SLEEVE ADAPTER KIT
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS ................................................14
CHASSIS INSTALLATION............................................................14
Unpacking ..................................................................................14
Install Chassis ............................................................................15
Make Electrical Connection .......................................................15
CONDUIT KIT/JUNCTION BOX
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS ................................................17
Tools and Parts ..........................................................................17
Location Requirements ..............................................................17
FRONT COVER SIDE MOUNT KIT
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS ................................................20
CONTROLS...................................................................................21
LIMITING TEMPERATURE RANGE ...........................................22
HEAT PUMP CHANGEOVER AND EMERGENCY HEAT
CONTROL ADJUSTMENT ...........................................................22
Heat pumps and emergency heat operation .............................22
FAN CYCLE SWITCH ...................................................................23
OUTSIDE AIR VENT CONTROL ..................................................23
AIR DISCHARGE GRILLE ............................................................24
REMOTE WALL THERMOSTAT
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS ................................................24
Installation Requirements...........................................................24
Location Requirements ..............................................................24
Install the Remote Wall Thermostat ...........................................24
Check Fan Operation .................................................................26
Check Thermostat Operation.....................................................26
Thermostat Operation ................................................................26
DISCONNECT SWITCH INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS .......27
Location Requirements ..............................................................27
Disconnect Switch Installation ...................................................27
SUBBASE KIT INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS.......................28
Installation Requirements...........................................................28
Make Electrical Connections .....................................................30
DESK CONTROL KIT INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS...........34
Make Electrical Connections 230/208 Volt Power Supply........35
Make Electrical Connections 265 Volt Power Supply ...............36
LATERAL DUCT ADAPTER/ LATERAL DUCT
EXTENSION KIT INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS ...................37
Location Requirements ..............................................................37
PTAC/PTHP CARE .......................................................................40
Cleaning the Air Filters ...............................................................40
Cleaning the Front Cover ...........................................................40
Performing Maintenance ............................................................41
TROUBLESHOOTING ..................................................................42
ASSISTANCE OR SERVICE .........................................................43
In the U.S.A. ...............................................................................43
In Canada ...................................................................................43
WARRANTY ..................................................................................44
92008711
11/03
PTAC/PTHP AND ACCESSORY SAFETY
Your safety and the safety of others are very important.
We have provided many important safety messages in this manual and on your appliance. Always read and obey all
safety messages.
This is the safety alert symbol.
This symbol alerts you to potential hazards that can kill or hurt you and others.
All safety messages will follow the safety alert symbol and either the word “DANGER” or
“WARNING.” These words mean:
You can be killed or seriously injured if you don't
immediately follow instructions.
You can be killed or seriously injured if you don't
follow instructions.
All safety messages will tell you what the potential hazard is, tell you how to reduce the chance of injury, and tell you
what can happen if the instructions are not followed.
PLANNING THE INSTALLATION
Typical Unit Components
NOTE: The wall sleeve and outdoor grille are not provided.
4
3
2
1
1. Front cover
2. Chassis
3. Wall sleeve (not provided)
4. Outdoor grille (Louver) (not provided)
2
Required Parts, Accessories and Options
Part Number
Description
4396585
Wall sleeve - G-90 zinc coated steel is prepared in an 11-step process, then
electrostatically coated with a polyester finish and cured in an oven for exceptional
durability. The wall sleeve is insulated for thermal efficiency. 16 in. high x 42 in. wide x
13¾ in. deep (40.6 cm x 106.7 cm x 35 cm) .
4396586
Standard grille - standard, stamped aluminum, anodized to resist chalking and oxidation.
4396591
4396595
Architectural Louvers - consist of heavy-gauge aluminum alloy:
■ Clear, extruded aluminum
■
Dark bronze acrylic enamel
4396587
Drain kit - attaches to the bottom of the wall sleeve for internal draining of condensate or
to the rear wall sleeve flange for external draining. Recommended on all PTAC/PTHPs to
remove excess condensate. Packaged in quantities of 10.
4396594
Wall sleeve extension - 4 in. (10.2 cm) deep anodized aluminum extension that attaches
to the outside of the wall sleeve when the wall is thicker than:
■ 13 in. (33 cm) if no accessories are attached to the wall sleeve
■
12³⁄₄ in. (32.4 cm) if a lateral duct is used
■
11³⁄₄ in. (29.8 cm) if a subbase is used
4396592
Subbase - provides unit support for walls less than 6 in. (15.2 cm) thick or for any wall
structurally unable to support the chassis weight. Includes leveling legs, side filler panels
and mounting brackets for electrical accessories. Accepts power disconnect switch and
conduit kit.
4396597
Conduit kit with junction box - makes field wiring connections for direct wired 265 volt
PTAC/PTHPs. Kit includes a means of quick disconnect for easy removal of the chassis. It
can be used with or without a subbase.
4396590
Desk control kit - allows the PTAC/PTHP to be turned on or off from a remote central
station via a 24 volt interface. All kits are field installed.
4396593
Remote wall thermostat - wall mounted remote thermostat.
MODE
FAN
3
Part Number
Description
4396598
Disconnect switch - installed in the subbase and provides a means for disconnecting
power to the PTAC/PTHP.
4396583
Wall sleeve adapter - G-90 zinc coated steel, 2.4 in. (6.1 cm) sleeve extension attached
to the room side of the sleeve to allow for the installation of a 13³⁄₄ in. (35 cm) PTAC/
PTHP into an 11¹⁄₂ in. (29.2 cm) wall sleeve.
4396600
Lateral duct adapter - attaches to the PTAC/PTHP and provides a transition to direct up
to 35% of the total airflow to a secondary room, either left or right of the PTAC/PTHP. Kit
includes duct plenum with discharge grille and internal baffle, adapter and end cap.
4396601
Lateral duct extension - 3 ft. (91.4 cm) insulated plenum that attaches to the left or right
side of the duct adapter. The extension can be cut to length by the installer. Maximum
allowable straight extension is 15 ft. (4.6 m).
ATXFT0
Replacement filters - These are original equipment return air filters. They are reusable
and can be cleaned by vacuuming, washing, or blowing out, and are sold in convenient
10 packs (2 filters per chassis).
4396602
Front cover side mount kit - modifies the method of attaching the front cover when the
PTAC/PTHP is mounted close to or against the floor.
INSTALLATION REQUIREMENTS
These instructions are intended as a general guide only and do
not supersede any national or local codes in any way.
Compliance with all local, state, or national codes pertaining to
this type of equipment should be determined prior to installation.
Read this entire instruction manual before starting the
installation.
All models are designed for through the wall installation only.
IMPORTANT: The installation of field wiring must conform to the
requirements of the National Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA NO. 70(latest edition) in the United States, and any state laws and local
ordinances (including plumbing or wastewater codes). In Canada,
the installation of field wiring must conform to the requirements
of the Canadian Electrical Code, PART I, CSA STANDARD C22.11993 or current edition. Local authorities having jurisdiction
should be consulted before installation is made. Such applicable
regulations or requirements take precedence over the general
instructions in this manual.
Tools and Parts
Check that you have everything necessary for correct installation.
Proper installation is your responsibility. Read and follow the
instructions provided with any tools listed here.
Tools Needed:
■
Sheet metal cutting tool
■
¹⁄₄ in. nut driver
■
Tape measure
■
⁵⁄₁₆ in. nut driver
■
Phillips screwdriver
■
⁵⁄₃₂ in. drill bit
■
Flat-blade screwdriver
■
³⁄₁₆ in. drill bit
■
Level
■
⁵⁄₁₆ in. drill bit
■
Drill
■
¹⁄₁₂ in. drill bit
■
Center punch
■
NEC Class 2, 24 volt
thermostat wire
Parts Needed:
4
■
Flashing
■
Silicone sealant
■
Location Requirements
■
This PTAC/PTHP is intended to be installed through an
exterior wall of the building where the wall is 6 in. (15.2 cm) to
13 in. (33 cm) thick. For locations where the wall is a different
thickness, see “Required Parts, Accessories, and Options.”
■
This PTAC/PTHP is intended to be installed using a wall
sleeve in a wall opening.
■
This PTAC/PTHP may be installed flush with the floor or at
different heights above the floor. See “Required Parts,
Accessories, and Options.”
■
■
The location shall accommodate the drainage of condensate.
Condensate drainage options include drainage to the exterior
of the building, to the interior of the building or to the wall
interior.
Electrical
The PTAC/PTHP will have field wiring configurations based upon
the specific installation. Additional wiring options include:
■ Disconnect switch kit installed in the subbase provides a
means for disconnecting power to the PTAC/PTHP.
NOTE: See “Subbase Kit” previous.
■
Desk control kit allows the PTAC/PTHP to be turned on or off
from a remote central station via a 24 volt interface.
■
Conduit kit with junction box makes the field wiring
connections for direct wired 265 volt models and includes a
means of quick disconnect for easy removal of the chassis. It
can be used with or without the subbase.
The location shall accommodate the correct electrical
provisions based on the connection method (cord connected
up to 230 volt, direct wired for 265 volt). See “Required Parts,
Accessories, and Options.”
IMPORTANT: The instructions indicate the order of installation of
each part or accessory at the point where the component should
be installed. If that accessory or part is not required or is already
installed, then proceed to the next step.
The PTAC/PTHP is intended for mounting through an exterior
wall. If the wall is thicker than 13 in. (33 cm), an extension to
the wall sleeve must be used. The PTAC/PTHP should be
installed level or pitched slightly to the outside. The exterior
of the sleeve must be caulked at the building interface.
NOTE: See “Subbase Kit” previous.
■
Digital remote thermostat is a wall mounted remote
thermostat.
■
A time delay fuse is provided with 265 volt PTAC/PTHPs.
Electrical Requirements
Accessory Kits
Wall installation
■
Drain kit attaches to the bottom of the wall sleeve for internal
draining of condensate or to the rear wall sleeve flange for
external draining. Recommended on all PTAC/PTHPs to
remove excess condensate. Packaged in quantities of 10.
■
Wall sleeve extension retrofit kit is a 2.4 in. (6.1 cm) sleeve
extension attached to the room side of the sleeve to allow for
the installation of a 13³⁄₄ in. (35 cm) PTAC/PTHP into an
11¹⁄₂ in. (29.2 cm) wall sleeve.
■
Front cover side mount kit modifies the method of attaching
the front cover.
■
Subbase kit Includes leveling legs, side filler panels and
mounting brackets for electrical accessories. Accepts power
disconnect switch and conduit kit.
IMPORTANT: Subbase kit provides PTAC/PTHP support for
walls less than 6 in. (15.2 cm) thick or for any wall structurally
unable to support the chassis weight.
■
■
■
■
Standard grille (louver) is stamped aluminum, anodized to
resist chalking and oxidation. It consists of heavy-gauge
aluminum alloy in the following finishes: clear, extruded
aluminum and dark bronze acrylic enamel.
Architectural louver is a replacement for the standard louver.
It consists of heavy-gauge aluminum alloy in the following
finishes: clear, extruded aluminum and dark bronze acrylic
enamel.
Lateral duct adapter kit attaches to the PTAC/PTHP and
provides a transition to direct up to 35% of the total airflow to
a secondary room, either left or right of the PTAC/PTHP. Kit
includes duct plenum with discharge grille and internal baffle,
adapter and end cap.
Lateral duct extension is a 3 ft (91.4 cm) insulated plenum
that attaches to the left or right side of the duct adapter. The
extension can be cut to length by the installer. Maximum
allowable straight extension is 15 ft (4.6 m).
WARNING
Electrical Shock Hazard
Plug into a grounded 3 prong outlet.
Do not remove ground prong.
Do not use an adapter.
Do not use an extension cord.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in death,
fire, or electrical shock.
IMPORTANT: Connect PTAC/PTHP to a single-outlet circuit only.
230/208 Volt PTAC/PTHP
All 230/208 volt PTAC/PTHPs are equipped with power cords.
230/208 volt
PTAC/PTHP
250 volt Receptacles
and Overcurrent Protection
AMPS
15
20
30
6-15R
6-20R
6-30R
RECEPTACLE
NEMA Type
The field-supplied outlet must match plug on service cord and
be within reach of service cord.
5
265 Volt PTAC/PTHP
WARNING
All 265 volt PTAC/PTHPs are equipped with pigtail leads for field
wiring.
IMPORTANT:
■ Use copper conductors only.
■
Wire sizes are per NEC.
■
Use on individual branch circuit only.
■
Use overcurrent protection indicated on PTAC/PTHP's rating
plate.
■
PTAC/PTHP must be grounded to branch circuit.
■
Check local codes.
Electrical Shock Hazard
Electrically ground PTAC/PTHP.
Connect ground wire to green pigtail lead.
Use copper wire for supply connection.
Correct wire gauge is shown in the chart below.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in
death or electrical shock.
Rating Plate Ampacity
AWG
Less than 15
14
16 - 20
12
21 - 30
10
DRAIN KIT INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
Location Requirements
■
Unpack and dispose of packaging materials.
■
The drain kit accessory contains 10 complete drain kits.
■
Locate the drain kit in the primary area for best drainage.
Maintain at least ¹⁄₂ in. (1.27 cm) distance from the embossed
area. If the primary area cannot be used, locate the drain kit in
the secondary area and cut away the foam insulation to allow
access to the drain. Do not locate the drain kit within 3 in.
(7.6 cm) of the indoor side of the sleeve.
1
2
3
4
3"
(7.6 cm)
1. Secondary area
2. Primary area - no foam insulation
3. If the drain must be located in the secondary area,
the foam insulation must be cut away and removed
to allow access to the drain.
4. Embossed area
6
NOTES:
Determine whether the drain will be located on the exterior of the
wall, internally in the wall cavity or internally in the room.
Internal drain
■ Drain kit located inside the room will allow condensate to
drain to a field drain located inside the room.
■
Drain kit located inside the wall cavity will allow condensate
to drain to a field drain located inside the wall cavity.
External drain
■ Drain kit located outside will allow condensate to drain to a
field drain located outside or to drain away from the wall
sleeve.
■
When using an external drain system, select the drain hole on
the back of the wall sleeve which best meets your drainage
situation.
■
The cover plate and external drain tube assembly may be
placed on either side of the wall sleeve.
Internal Drain Installation
External Drain Installation
(Located inside the wall cavity or in the interior of the room)
(located on the exterior of the wall)
NOTE: If installing an internal drain, install drain kit on the wall
sleeve before the wall sleeve is installed.
1. Using the mounting plate from the drain kit as a template,
mark and drill two ³⁄₁₆ in. mounting holes and a ¹⁄₂ in. drain
hole at the location chosen above.
2. Remove the backing from the gasket and mount it on the flat
side of the mounting plate. Insert the drain tube through the
hole in the gasket and mounting plate so the tube flange will
be against the wall sleeve.
1. Peel the backing tape from the gaskets and mount them on
the curved side of one cover plate and one mounting plate.
2. Place the drain tube through the gasket and the mounting
plate with the flange toward the wall sleeve.
3. Using 2 - #10 x ¹⁄₂ in. sheet metal screws (provided), attach
the drain tube assembly to one of the 2 drain holes at the rear
of the wall sleeve.
Position the large flange at the bottom of the sleeve facing
toward the sleeve, and partially tighten the screws. Rotate the
drain tube to a horizontal position to allow for the wall sleeve
to be installed into the wall. Once the wall sleeve is installed,
position the drain tube to the desired angle. Before tightening
the screws, check to be sure the tube’s position will allow the
wall sleeve to fit through the wall. Tighten screws.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
1
1. Screw
2. Wall sleeve
3. Gasket
4. Mounting plate
3
5. Nut
6. Drain tube
7. Optional 4 in. (10.2 cm)
straight drain tube
8
3. Position the assembly beneath the drilled holes and secure it
with #10 - 24 x ¹⁄₂ in. machine screws and locknuts (provided).
Seal the tops of the screws with silicone sealant.
4. Connect the drain tube to the drain system in the building.
IMPORTANT: Follow all local building codes when making
this connection.
5. Attach the 2 cover plates and gaskets over the drain holes at
the rear of the wall sleeve with #10 sheet metal screws
(provided).
NOTE: Check that the 4 overflow slots at the rear of the wall
sleeve are not blocked.
1
2
3
7
6
4
5
1. Drain holes
2. Overflow slots
3. Foam gasket
4. Mounting plate
1
3
4
5
5. #10 x ¹⁄₂ in. sheet metal screws
6. ¹⁄₂ in. O.D. tube
7. Optional 4 in. (10.2 cm) straight drain tube
8. Cover plate (no center hole)
4. Using 2 - #10 x ¹⁄₂ in. sheet metal screws (provided), attach
the cover plate to the remaining drain hole. Check that the
large flange on the plate is positioned at the bottom of the
sleeve.
NOTE: Check that the 4 overflow slots at the rear of the wall
sleeve are not blocked.
5. Discard any unused kit parts.
1
2
1. Drain holes
2. Overflow slots
3. Gasket
4. Cover plate
5. #10 sheet metal screws
7
WALL SLEEVE INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
Wall Sleeve Requirements
IMPORTANT: The wall sleeve is designed for walls that are 13 in.
(33 cm) in depth or less. For deeper walls, an accessory wall
sleeve extension is required.
■ Provide a support lintel if the wall sleeve is installed in a
concrete or masonry wall.
■
An accessory drain kit is required for the elimination of PTAC/
PTHP condensate.
■
When installing a drain kit, it is recommended that the
installation of the drain kit be completed before installing the
wall sleeve. See “Required Parts, Accessories and Options”
and “Drain Kit Installation Instructions.”
■
Wall Opening Requirements
Refer to the following illustration for proper dimensions and
location of wall opening and the placement of the electrical
outlet.
Wall opening with lintel
1
2
3
1
2
Unpack and dispose of packaging materials.
NOTE: Do not remove weatherboard and center support from
wall sleeve until ready to install chassis and outdoor grille.
4
5
IMPORTANT:
■ If additional support for the wall sleeve is required, or the wall
sleeve projects more than 8 in. (20.3 cm) into the room, an
accessory subbase must be used. See “Subbase Installation
Instructions.”
■
1. Main studs
2. Jack studs
3. Lintel
If a hole is to be cut into an existing wall to install the sleeve,
disconnect power to all wires within the wall.
4. Mounting screw holes
5. No holes in bottom of wall
sleeve unless drain kit is used
Typical wall sleeve installation
.
in
¹⁄₄" m
42 cm)
3
.
07
.
m)
(1
1
2
16¹⁄₄"
(41.3 cm)
x
ma
7c
2
" (1
50
5
10"
(25.4 cm)
max.
1
(34 3³⁄₄"
.9 c
m)
2
3
4
1. Lintel to support masonry walls
2. Electrical outlet
3. Wall opening
5
6
4. Wall sleeve
5. Insulation
6. Smooth side of screw clip
facing into room
NOTE: Construct wall opening to comply with all applicable
building codes.
8
Wall Sleeve Installation
1. From the inside of the building, position the wall sleeve in the
opening and push it through the wall so it protrudes at least
¹⁄₄ in. (6.4 mm) on the outside.
¹⁄₄"
(6.4 cm)
min.
A
1
2
13³⁄₄"
(35 cm)
3
B
4
1. Outdoor grille
2. Wall sleeve
Dimension*
3. Caulking
4. Wall
A
Allow for
wall
finishing
B
Allow for floor finishing
(Minimum)
Min.
Max.
¹⁄₂"
(12.7 mm)
¹⁄₄"
(6.4 mm)
----
With Subbase
1³⁄₄"
(4.5 cm)
3¹⁄₂"
(8.9 cm)
5"
(12.7 cm)
With Lateral Duct
³⁄₄"
(1.9 cm)
¹⁄₄"
(6.4 mm)
----
No Accessories
2. Position the wall sleeve so that it is level or tilts slightly toward
the outside of the building to facilitate condensate drainage.
Level wall sleeve side to side.
NOTE: Do not drill any holes in the bottom of the wall sleeve,
unless required by the installation of the drain kit.
3. Drill two ³⁄₁₆ in. holes through each side of the sleeve, drilling
only through the wall sleeve and not into the wall. Locate one
hole approximately 4 in. (10.2 cm) from the top and another
hole 4 in. (10.2 cm) from the bottom of the sleeve where it will
attach to the wall.
4. If the wall construction is wood, screw the 4 #10 x 1 in. wood
screws (provided) through the holes in the sides of the wall
sleeve. If the wall construction is not wood, obtain and use
#10 or larger fasteners suitable for the particular type of wall
construction.
IMPORTANT: When sealing the sleeve on the outside of the
building, do not let the sealant block the 2 condensate drain
holes or the 4 overflow slots at the bottom flange of the
sleeve.
5. Apply silicone sealant around the wall sleeve where it projects
through the inside and outside wall surfaces.
6. Apply silicone sealant to the screw heads.
7. If the chassis and outdoor grille are to be installed later, leave
the weatherboard and center support in place. Otherwise,
remove them and proceed with installing the outdoor grille.
After installing the outdoor grille, replace the weatherboard
and center support.
NOTE: Do not dispose of the weatherboard and center
support until the chassis installation is complete.
*If more than one accessory is to be installed, use the
maximum dimension. If the wall thickness is more than
13³⁄₄" (35 cm) - (A + ¹⁄₄" [6.4 mm]), a sleeve extension is
required. If wall thickness is less than 6 in. (15.2 cm), a
subbase is required. See “Required Parts, Accessories and
Options.”
IMPORTANT: Do not allow any tilt toward the inside of the
building. This could result in condensate dripping into the inside
of the room.
9
WALL SLEEVE EXTENSION
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
Location Requirements
■
The PTAC/PTHP is intended for mounting through an exterior
wall. If the wall is thicker than 13 in. (33 cm), an extension to
the wall sleeve must be used. The PTAC/PTHP should be
installed level or pitched slightly to the outside. The exterior
of the sleeve must be caulked at the building interface.
■
Unpack and dispose of packaging materials.
2. Run a bead of silicone sealant along the perimeter of the
flashing.
3. Attach wall sleeve extension to the wall sleeve using 4 sheet
metal screws (provided).
NOTE: Do not overtighten the screws. The wall sleeve
extension is aluminum, and overtightening will strip out the
holes.
NOTE: Do not remove weatherboard and center support from
wall sleeve until ready to install chassis and outdoor grille.
Wall Sleeve Extension Installation
1. Construct and install flashing into wall cutout, as shown.
1
2
8
3
Wall sleeve extensions—maximum of 3 may be used.
7
4
2
4. Run a bead of silicone sealant along the bottom mating
surfaces of the wall sleeve and the wall sleeve extension. Run
this bead at least 3 in. (7.6 cm) up the side seams.
5
5
1
6
2
1. Front edge
2. Flashing
3. 2 in. (5.03 cm) minimum
4. Depth of wall
5. Silicone sealant around perimeter
6. Wall
7. Drip edge must extend
below wall opening
8. Outside edge
1. Seal up this edge at least 3 in. (7.6 cm) on
both sides.
2. Seal this entire surface.
IMPORTANT: If using a wall sleeve extension and internal drain
kit, after installing the flashing, run a bead of silicone sealant
between the flashing and the wall sleeve and extension assembly
where the hole was drilled for the drain tube.
10
5. From the inside of the building, position the wall sleeve in the
opening and push it through the wall so it protrudes at least
¹⁄₄ in. (6.4 mm) on the outside.
7. Drill two ³⁄₁₆ in. holes through each side of the sleeve, drilling
only through the wall sleeve and not into the wall. Locate one
hole approximately 4 in. (10.2 cm) from the top and another
hole 4 in. (10.2 cm) from the bottom of the sleeve where it will
attach to the wall.
8. If the wall construction is wood, screw the 4 #10 x 1 in. wood
screws (provided) through the holes in the sides of the wall
sleeve. If the wall construction is not wood, obtain and use
#10 or larger fasteners suitable for the particular type of wall
construction.
IMPORTANT: When sealing the sleeve on the outside of the
building, do not let the sealant block the 2 condensate drain
holes or the 4 overflow slots at the bottom flange of the
sleeve.
¹⁄₄"
(6.4 cm)
min.
A
1
2
13³⁄₄"
(35 cm)
B
3
4
1. Wall sleeve extension
2. Outdoor grille
Dimension*
A
Allow for
wall
finishing
3. Caulking
4. Wall
B
Allow for floor finishing
(Minimum)
Min.
Max.
¹⁄₂"
(12.7 mm)
¹⁄₄"
(6.4 mm)
----
With Subbase
1³⁄₄"
(4.5 cm)
3¹⁄₂"
(8.9 cm)
5"
(12.7 cm)
With Lateral Duct
³⁄₄"
(1.9 cm)
¹⁄₄"
(6.4 mm)
----
No Accessories
6. Position the wall sleeve so that it is level or tilts slightly toward
the outside of the building to facilitate condensate drainage.
Level wall sleeve side to side.
NOTE: Do not drill any holes in the bottom of the wall sleeve,
unless required by the installation of the drain kit.
9. Apply silicone sealant around the wall sleeve where it projects
through the inside and outside wall surfaces.
10. Apply silicone sealant to the screw heads.
11. If the chassis and outdoor grille are to be installed later, leave
the weatherboard and center support in place. Otherwise,
remove them and proceed with installing the outdoor grille.
After installing the outdoor grille, replace the weatherboard
and center support.
NOTE: Do not dispose of the weatherboard and center
support until the chassis installation is complete.
*If more than one accessory is to be installed, use the
maximum dimension. If the wall thickness is more than
13³⁄₄" (35 cm) - (A + ¹⁄₄" [6.4 mm]), a sleeve extension is
required. If wall thickness is less than 6 in. (15.2 cm), a
subbase is required. See “Required Parts, Accessories and
Options.”
IMPORTANT: Do not allow any tilt toward the inside of the
building. This could result in condensate dripping into the inside
of the room.
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STANDARD GRILLE INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
NOTE: Unpack and dispose of packaging materials.
1. Remove the center support and weatherboard, if still installed
in the wall sleeve.
4. Grasp the grille by the attached plastic handles. Position it
with the condensate drain knockouts facing down. From the
inside of the building, maneuver the grille through the wall
sleeve and pull toward you until the screw heads are inserted
into the keyhole slots at the top of the wall sleeve. Tighten the
2 screws.
1
1
2
2
3
3
2
2
3
1. Wall sleeve
2. Weatherboard
3. Center support
2. Insert 6 plastic grommets into the outdoor grille openings
from the outside of the grille.
1
2
1. Plastic handles
2. Plastic grommets
3. Condensate drain knockouts
5. Insert the remaining screws into the remaining holes and into
the grommets and tighten all screws.
3
2
2
3
1. Plastic handles
2. Plastic grommets
3. Condensate drain knockouts
3. Insert 2 - #8 x ³⁄₈ in. sheet metal screws (provided) in the top
2 outside edge plastic grommets. Tighten the screws halfway
into the grommets.
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ARCHITECTURAL LOUVER
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
NOTE: Unpack and dispose of packaging materials.
1. Remove the center support and weatherboard, if still installed
in the wall sleeve.
2. Screw a threaded metal stud into each of the holes at the
4 corners of the louver.
3. Grasp the louver at the vertical supports. Position it with the
condensate drain knockouts facing down. From the inside of
the building, maneuver the louver through the wall sleeve.
Pull it toward you until the threaded studs are inserted into
the 4 holes of the wall sleeve.
3
5
1
6
1
2
4
1. Architectural louver
2. Condensate drain knockouts
3. Threaded stud
4. Interior side of wall sleeve
5. Washer
6. Nut
4. While holding the louver with one hand, place the washer and
start the nut on one of the studs. Tighten the nut.
5. Repeat with the remaining 3 studs.
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WALL SLEEVE ADAPTER KIT
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
■
Unpack and dispose of packaging materials.
■
This kit retrofits the 11¹⁄₂ in. (29.2 cm) deep wall sleeve to
accept a replacement PTAC/PTHP requiring a 13³⁄₄ in. (35 cm)
deep sleeve.
Wall Sleeve Adapter Orientation
1. Install 2 screw clips over the holes on the top flange of the
wall sleeve with the flat side facing outward.
1
3. Fasten the adapter to the wall sleeve with 6 - #10 x ¹⁄₂ in.
screws (provided), driving the screws from the inside of the
wall sleeve adapter into the screw clips mounted on the face
of the wall sleeve. The angle flange assists in properly
aligning the 2 parts.
4. Remove the protective paper from the foam insulation pieces.
Install the 2 short foam pieces on the short, inside walls of the
adapter. Install the long foam piece on the top, inside wall of
the adapter.
3
2
4
1
1
2
5
1. Install screw clips.
2. Existing screw clips
3. Wall sleeve
2
4. Angle flange
5. Wall sleeve adapter
2. Insert the angle flange of the wall sleeve adapter over the
bottom flange of the existing sleeve. Align the top of the
adapter with the top surface of the existing wall sleeve.
1
1. Additional insulation pieces
2. Existing insulation
CHASSIS INSTALLATION
Unpacking
2. Remove the 2 chassis shipping brackets from the ends of the
shipping pallet.
WARNING
Excessive Weight Hazard
Use two or more people to move and install PTAC/PTHP.
1
2
Failure to do so can result in back or other injury.
NOTES:
■ Check to be sure wall sleeve, wall sleeve extension (if used),
wall sleeve adapter (if used), rear grille, and drain kit are
properly installed before chassis installation.
■
Locate PTAC/PTHP near the location it will be installed.
IMPORTANT: Copper refrigerant tubes are not handles. Product
damage will occur if tubes are used to lift or move the chassis.
1. Remove banding and carton.
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3
1. Compressor
2. Chassis shipping bracket
3. Shipping pallet
3. Remove the front cover, which is contained in a protective
plastic bag, from chassis.
4. Dispose of all shipping and packaging material.
4. Install the front cover by placing the top of the front cover
onto the metal flange at the top of the chassis. Rotate the
front cover into place. Insert the thumbscrews (provided) into
the slots located at the bottom back corners of the front
cover. Tighten to secure the cover.
NOTE: If the unit has been placed in such a way that there is
no room to insert the thumbscrews from the bottom, a side
mounting kit may be used. See “Required Parts, Accessories
and Options.”
Install Chassis
WARNING
Make Electrical Connection
Electrical Shock Hazard
Disconnect power before servicing.
Replace all parts and panels before operating.
Failure to do so can result in death or electrical shock.
1. Disconnect power.
2. Center the chassis in the installed sleeve and carefully push
the chassis until the chassis flange and gasket contact the
sleeve flange.
IMPORTANT: The installation of field wiring must conform to the
requirements of the National Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA NO. 70(latest edition) in the United States, and any state laws and local
ordinances (including plumbing or wastewater codes). In Canada,
field wiring must conform to the Canadian electrical code PART I,
CSA STANDARD C22.1-1993 or current edition. Local authorities
having jurisdiction should be consulted before installation is
made. Such applicable regulations or requirements take
precedence over the general instructions in this manual.
Cord Connected Models
WARNING
Electrical Shock Hazard
1
Plug into a grounded 3 prong outlet.
Do not remove ground prong.
Do not use an adapter.
2
Do not use an extension cord.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in death,
fire, or electrical shock.
1. Wall sleeve
2. Chassis flange and gasket
3. Locate the 4 - #10 x 1 in. chassis mounting screws
(provided). Tighten the screws into the wall sleeve screw
clips.
1. Plug into a grounded 3 prong outlet.
2. Reconnect power.
2
1
3
1. Chassis mounting screw
2. Screw clips
3. Chassis flange
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5. Pivot the control box down, pull the chassis pigtail wires into
the control box, and remove the bushing from the hole. The
field-supplied wires will be routed through this hole.
Direct Wired Models
WARNING
1
Electrical Shock Hazard
2
Disconnect power before servicing.
Replace all parts and panels before operating.
Failure to do so can result in death or electrical shock.
1. Bushing
2. Control box
■
Field wiring connections for direct-wired models can be done
in one of 2 ways:
■
Using field-supplied conduit and wires
■
Using the Conduit with Junction Box Kit accessory. See
“Required Parts, Accessories and Options.”
6. Install field-supplied conduit into the same hole as the
original bushing for the chassis pigtail wires on the control
box.
1
Field Wiring Connections
1. Disconnect power.
2. Remove the PTAC/PTHP front cover using the thumbscrews.
3. Route the incoming power supply through suitable conduit to
the PTAC/PTHP control box.
4. Remove the 4 screws holding the control box.
2
1. Field-supplied conduit
2. Control box
1
1
2
7. Connect the chassis pigtail wires to the incoming power
supply wires using the UL listed wire nuts (provided). Connect
the black wire to the incoming L1 (black) wire. Connect the
white wire to the incoming neutral (white) wire. Connect the
green wire to the incoming ground (green or bare) wire.
2
3
1. Remove these screws.
2. Do not remove these screws.
3. Bushing
1 2
1. Black wire
2. Incoming L1 wire (black wire)
3. Green wire
3 4
5 6
4. Ground wire (green or bare wire)
5. White wire
6. Neutral wire (white wire)
8. Reattach the PTAC/PTHP control panel using the 4 screws
removed earlier.
9. Reattach the PTAC/PTHP front cover using the thumbscrews
removed earlier.
10. Reconnect power.
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CONDUIT KIT/JUNCTION BOX
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
■
Tools and Parts
Power supply wires must be located within 30 in. (76.2 cm) of
conduit exit from chassis.
Tools needed
WARNING
Flat-blade screwdriver
■
Parts supplied
■
Wire harness
■
Bushing
■
Flexible conduit
■
Straight connector
■
Junction box
■
Right angle connector
■
Junction box cover
■
Wire nuts
Location Requirements
■
Electrical Shock Hazard
Disconnect power before servicing.
Replace all parts and panels before operating.
Failure to do so can result in death or electrical shock.
Unpack and dispose of packaging materials.
WARNING
Electrical Shock Hazard
Electrically ground PTAC/PTHP.
Connect ground wire to green pigtail lead.
Use copper wire for supply connection.
Correct wire gauge is shown in the chart below.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in
death or electrical shock.
Rating Plate Ampacity
AWG
Less than 15
14
16 - 20
12
21 - 30
10
1. Disconnect power.
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2. Skip this step if incoming power supply is in subbase.
Determine the location of the power supply. Position the
junction box in such a way that the power supply wires can
be routed into the junction box. Install the junction box on the
wall using 4 screws (provided) or other fasteners designed for
the wall.
6. Remove the knockout from the junction box cover and install
the right-angle connector on the junction box cover, as
shown.
1
2
1
2
1. Junction box
2. Power supply wires
3
3. Remove the PTAC/PTHP front cover using the thumbscrews.
4. Remove the 4 screws holding the control box, as shown.
1. Junction box
2. Junction box cover
3. Right-angle connector
7. Insert one bushing (provided) into one end of the flexible
conduit.
1
1
2
2
3
1
2
1. Remove these screws.
2. Do not remove these screws.
3. Bushing
5. Pivot the control box down, pull the chassis pigtail wires into
the control box and remove the bushing from the hole. The
field supply wires will be routed through this hole.
1
2
1. Bushing
2. Control box
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3
4
1. Flexible conduit
2. Bushing
3. Right-angle connector
4. Junction box cover
8. Leave the right-angle connector off of the flexible conduit.
Feed the long wires of the provided harness through the
right-angle connector in the junction box cover and into the
conduit end with the bushing and out of the straightconnector end of the conduit.
12. If incoming power supply is in subbase, proceed to the
subbase instructions.
13. Connect conduit wires (black to black, green to green, white
to white) to the chassis pigtail wires using the UL listed wire
nuts (provided).
1 2
3 4
1. Black wire
2. Black wire
3. Green wire
9. Insert the second bushing (provided) into the other end of the
flexible conduit.
10. Insert one conduit end into the right-angle connector and the
other end into the straight connector. Tighten the screws. Be
sure that the flexible conduit and the connectors are secured
together.
11. Install the straight-connector end of the conduit into the same
location as the original bushing for the chassis pigtail wires
on the control box.
5 6
4. Green wire
5. White wire
6. White wire
14. Route the flexible conduit from the bottom of the control box
to the junction box.
15. Connect conduit wires (black to incoming L1, green to ground
wire, white to neutral) to the chassis pigtail wires using the UL
listed wire nuts (provided).
1
2
1. Straight connector
2. Control box
1 2
3 4
1. Black wire
2. Incoming L1 wire (black wire)
3. Green wire
5 6
4. Ground wire (green wire)
5. White wire
6. Neutral wire (white wire)
16. Insert the wires neatly into the junction box and install the
junction box cover using 2 screws.
17. Reattach the PTAC/PTHP control panel using the 4 screws
removed earlier.
18. Reattach the PTAC/PTHP front cover using the thumbscrews
removed earlier.
19. Reconnect power.
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FRONT COVER SIDE MOUNT KIT
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
NOTE: Unpack and dispose of packaging materials.
4. Loosen the 2 screws on the bottom of each side bracket.
NOTE: Do not remove these screws.
Kit Installation
1. Remove front cover.
2. Locate the indent on the inside lower back corners of the
front cover and drill a ⁵⁄₁₆ in. hole in the indent on each side.
2
1
1
1. Indent - inside view
2. Front of front cover
3. Remove the screw clip from the bottom of each side bracket.
Save it for reinstallation.
1
1. Screw clip
1. Side-bracket screws—loosen; do not remove
5. Slide the appropriate mounting bracket onto the side-bracket
screws and tighten the screws.
6. Install the screw clip onto the mounting bracket with the
smooth side facing the outside. Repeat on the other bracket.
1
2
1. Screw clip
2. Mounting bracket
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7. Install the front cover by placing the top of the front cover
onto the metal flange at the top of the chassis. Rotate the
front cover into place.
8. Thread the thumbscrews through the drilled holes in the front
cover into the screw clips to secure the front cover to the
chassis.
CONTROLS
NOTE: For remote wall thermostat controlled models, see
“Remote Wall Thermostat Installation Instructions.”
Fan Control
Set the fan control to the desired setting.
Temperature Control
Turn the temperature control knob to a mid setting. Adjust the
performance of the PTAC/PTHP by turning the temperature
control knob clockwise (until it stops) for maximum cooling and
counterclockwise (until it stops) for maximum heating.
Experiment to find the setting that suits you best.
NOTE: Cooling will not begin if the room temperature is below
60ºF (15.6ºC). Heating will not begin if the room temperature is
above 90ºF (32.2ºC).
T E M P E R AT U R E
WARMER
COOLER
Low Cool
High Cool
Use this setting for sleeping comfort.
Use this setting for maximum cooling.
Low Heat
High Heat
Use this setting for sleeping comfort.
Use this setting for maximum heating.
Fan Only
Use this setting for circulating air without
heating or cooling.
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LIMITING TEMPERATURE RANGE
1
2
5
3
4
1. Control panel
2. Adjustment limiting screws
3. Fan control
4. Temperature control
5. Thermostat mounting panel
The adjustment limiting screws under the temperature control
knob can be relocated to change the maximum heat and cool set
points.
1. Remove the front cover.
2. Turn the temperature control knob to the midpoint of the dial.
3. Remove the 4 screws holding the control panel. Lift up the
control panel.
4. Remove temperature control knob.
5. Locate the 2 adjustment limiting screws in the thermostat
mounting panel.
NOTES:
■
These screws are factory installed for a maximum
temperature set point range of 60° to 90°F (16º to 32ºC).
■
Each hole in the plate represents approximately a 4°F
(2ºC) change from the adjacent hole.
6. To adjust the temperature range, move the adjustment
limiting screws to the desired location.
7. Replace the knob when the desired range has been set.
8. Replace the control panel using the 4 screws removed earlier.
9. Replace the front cover.
HEAT PUMP CHANGEOVER AND EMERGENCY HEAT
CONTROL ADJUSTMENT
Heat pumps and emergency heat operation
Heat pump equipped models use backup electric resistance
heating coils. At extremely low, outdoor ambient temperatures,
the heat pump is automatically disabled and the PTHP operates
solely on electric resistance heat.
Heat Control Adjustment
The heating control is located behind the front cover on the right
side panel of the chassis. Its function is to allow you to set the
outdoor temperature range in which the heat pump operates.
This control switches the unit heating supply mode between the
heat pump and electric resistance heat based on the outdoor
ambient temperature. These changeover temperatures are based
on the settings of the control. The factory setting is at the one
o'clock position.
To adjust the heat control:
Insert a flat-blade screwdriver into the slot as shown.
1. To increase the changeover set point, turn
counterclockwise.
2. To decrease the changeover set point, turn clockwise.
Emergency Heat Only
In the event of a compressor malfunction in the heat pump mode,
turn the screw to the extreme counterclockwise emergency heat
position. Heating will be supplied using electric resistance heat
only.
NOTE: In the emergency heat position, the compressor is
disconnected for both heat pump and cooling operations.
Service is required to restore full function of the PTHP. Return the
control to its original position after repairs have been made.
1
1. Heat control slot
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FAN CYCLE SWITCH
On standard models with unit-mounted controls, the fan cycle
switch is located behind the front cover. It is designed to operate
the fan either continuously or intermittently. When the switch is in
the CONTINUOUS position, the fan will run continuously at the
selected speed when the unit is turned on. With the fan cycle
switch in the CYCLE position, the fan will run only when the
compressor or heating elements cycle on.
NOTE: It is recommended that this switch be set in the
continuous position for maximum comfort and temperature
control.
Adjusting the Fan Cycle Switch
1. Remove the front cover.
2. Select CONTINUOUS or CYCLE.
3. Reattach the front cover.
NOTE: On remote thermostat models, the fan cycle or
continuous control is on the wall thermostat.
OUTSIDE AIR VENT CONTROL
The vent control lever is located behind the front cover on the left
side of the unit. The unit is shipped with the vent control lever in
the closed position and a locking screw in place. The screw must
be removed to operate the lever. When the lever is Open (back
toward the wall), outside air is mixed with indoor air. When the
lever is Closed (forward toward the room interior), no outside air
is admitted into the room and room air is recirculated through the
unit.
NOTE: The vent should remain closed for peak operating
efficiency.
Operating the Outside Air Vent Control
1. Remove the front cover.
2. Remove the outside air vent control retaining screw.
3. Move the outside air vent control forward (Closed) or back
(Open).
4. Replace the outside air vent control retaining screw.
5. Reattach the front cover.
1
2
1. Outside air vent control retaining screw
2. Outside air vent in closed position
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AIR DISCHARGE GRILLE
The indoor air discharge grille can be positioned to direct the air
either straight up or at an angle into the room.
1
Changing the Airflow Direction
1.
2.
3.
4.
Remove the front cover.
Locate and remove the 6 grille retaining screws, as shown.
Turn the grille 180º and refasten the grille to the front cover.
Reattach the front cover.
1
1
1. Grille retaining screws
REMOTE WALL THERMOSTAT
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
Installation Requirements
■
Unpack and dispose of packaging materials.
■
This thermostat is a wall mounted, low-voltage thermostat
that maintains room temperature by controlling the operation
of the PTAC/PTHP. Batteries are not required—temperature
and mode settings are preserved with the power off.
■
■
This is not a 2-stage heat pump thermostat with emergency
heat selection. The PTAC/PTHP turns on the electric heat
automatically based on the outdoor coil temperature, which is
influenced by the outdoor temperature and humidity
conditions.
Location Requirements
For best performance, thermostat should be mounted:
■ Approximately 5 ft (152.4 cm) from floor.
■
Close to or in the room with the PTAC/PTHP, preferably on an
inside partitioning wall.
■
On a section of wall without pipes or duct work.
For best performance, do not mount thermostat:
■ Close to a window, on an outside wall, or next to a door
leading to the outside.
■
Exposed to direct light and heat from a lamp, the sun, a
fireplace, or other heat source. This may cause a false
reading.
■
Close to or in direct airflow from the PTAC/PTHP.
■
In areas with poor air circulation (behind a door or in an
alcove).
Chassis must be installed before installing remote
thermostat.
IMPORTANT: Improper wiring or installation may cause the
thermostat not to function. Wiring must conform to local and
national electrical codes.
Wall Thermostat Terminal Designation:
Terminal Letter
Operation
Contact Made
Y
Cooling
During call for cooling.
W
Heating
During call for heating.
G
Fan
Continuous if the slider
is in the “Fan” position;
otherwise, on call for
cooling or heating.
C (common)
Common Terminal Constant
R
24 V to the
thermostat
Constant (directly from
the transformer)
B (Heat Pump
units Only)
Reversing Valve
Made continuously when
the mode switch is in
heating.
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Install the Remote Wall Thermostat
Replacing Existing Thermostat
1. Disconnect power to avoid product damage during removal
of existing thermostat.
2. Disconnect wires from existing thermostat, one at a time. Do
not allow wires to fall back into the wall.
3. As each wire is disconnected, record wire color and terminal
marking.
4. Remove existing thermostat from wall.
5. See “Installing New Thermostat.”
IMPORTANT: Mercury is a hazardous waste and must be
disposed of properly. Contact the Thermostat Recycling
Corporation at www.nema.org/trc for further information, or
contact your local waste management authorities.
Installing New Thermostat
1. Disconnect power to avoid product damage during
installation of new thermostat.
2. Remove the PTAC/PTHP front cover.
3. Locate the terminal strip on the front of the control box.
7. Route thermostat wires through hole in back plate. Level
back plate against wall (for aesthetic value only — thermostat
need not be leveled for proper operation) and mark wall
through any 2 of the 6 available mounting holes.
8. Drill two ³⁄₁₆ in. mounting holes in wall where marked.
Optional Mounting Method: Mounting holes on thermostat
are designed to fit on a horizontally mounted junction box.
1.587
2.375
Rem
ote
Con
trol
Uni
t
OFF
ON
CWY R G B
4. Connect the field supplied 5 or 6 conductor, NEC Class 2,
24 volt thermostat wire to the terminals in accordance with
the wiring diagram.
1
2.625
3.275
9. Secure back plate to wall with 2 anchors and screws
(provided) making sure all wires extend through hole in back
plate.
10. Connect wires to proper terminals of the thermostat
connector block.
2
1
3
1. Typical PTAC/PTHP unit
2. Used for PTHP only
3. Wall thermostat
2
5. Route the 24 volt thermostat wire alongside the conduit or
service cord to the location chosen for the thermostat.
6. Separate the front housing and back plate of the thermostat.
3
1. Typical PTAC/PTHP unit
2. Used for PTHP only
3. Wall thermostat
1
2
11. Push any excess wire back into wall. Excess wire inside the
thermostat housing can interfere with proper airflow across
the temperature sensor. Seal hole in wall to prevent air leaks.
Air leaks can affect operation.
12. Install thermostat housing on back plate.
13. Reattach the PTAC/PTHP front cover.
1. Back plate
2. Front housing
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14. Reconnect power.
NOTE: On power up, the LCD readout will display oP
momentarily, then the room temperature.
1
2
3
4
5
6
Fan button on Thermostat
The PTAC/PTHP fan will automatically cycle with the heating and
cooling operation and will remain off when the PTAC/PTHP is off.
Press the FAN button on the thermostat until “FAN” is displayed
to cause the fan to run continuously, even when the heating and
cooling operations are off.
Fan Speed switch on PTAC/PTHP control panel
3.30"
(83.8 mm)
The Fan Speed switch on PTAC/PTHP control panel selects
between low and high fan speed and is independent of the wall
thermostat.
0.8"
(20.3 mm)
4.55"
(115.6 mm)
1. Heat display
2. Cool display
3. Fan display
4. Set display
5. Mode button
6. Fan button
REMOTE CONTROL UNIT
HI
SEE WALL
THERMOSTAT
FOR UNIT
OPERATION
Check Fan Operation
LOW
Fan Operation
1. To start fan operation, press FAN button on thermostat until
“FAN” is displayed.
2. To stop fan operation, press FAN button on thermostat until
“FAN” is no longer displayed.
Check Thermostat Operation
Fan
Speed
Delay Timer
A 5-minute time delay is built into the thermostat immediately
upon power up, and any time the compressor turns off. The
compressor will not turn on until the delay timer has expired.
Pressing ▲ and FAN buttons simultaneously will override the
delay timer for 1 cycle.
Heating Operation
Cycle Timer
1. Press and release MODE button on thermostat until HEAT is
displayed.
2. Press ▲ button until LCD readout reads 10 degrees above
displayed room temperature. Heating system should begin to
operate within 5 minutes.
Cooling Operation
1. Press and release MODE button on thermostat until COOL is
displayed.
2. Press ▼ button until LCD readout reads 10 degrees below
displayed room temperature. Cooling system should begin to
operate within 5 minutes.
In normal heating and cooling operation, the thermostat will not
allow more than 4 cycles per hour (or 1 cycle every 15 minutes).
Both the Y and W outputs have a 15-minute timer that starts
counting down when the output is turned on, (e.g., if Y output is
turned on for 9 minutes and then satisfies, it cannot turn back on
for another 6 minutes regardless of demand). Pressing ▲ and
FAN buttons simultaneously or changing the set point will
override the timer for 1 cycle.
Minimum on Timer
Once the PTAC/PTHP has turned on, it will remain on for a
minimum of 3 minutes regardless of demand. The PTAC/PTHP
can turn off in less than 3 minutes if mode or set point change.
Error Messages
Thermostat Operation
E4
Internal memory failure. Replace
thermostat.
- - (two dashes)
Cannot read room temperature. Replace
thermostat.
Temperature Display
The thermostat will display room temperature until the ▲ or ▼
buttons are pressed. The word SET appears when these buttons
are pressed, and the current set point is displayed. If no buttons
are pressed for 5 seconds, the display will change back to show
room temperature.
Mode button on Thermostat
Press the MODE button on the thermostat to turn the PTAC/
PTHP off or to select heating or cooling operation.
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DISCONNECT SWITCH INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
Parts Required
■
12 AWG green wire
3. Remove the 2 screws holding the disconnect switch cover
and remove it from the subbase.
Location Requirements
■
Unpack and dispose of packaging materials.
■
The installation of field wiring must conform to the
requirements of the National Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA NO.
70-(latest edition) in the United States, and any state laws
and local ordinances (including plumbing or wastewater
codes). In Canada, field wiring must conform to the Canadian
electrical code PART I, CSA STANDARD C22.1-1993 or
current edition. Local authorities having jurisdiction should be
consulted before installation is made. Such applicable
regulations or requirements take precedence over the general
instructions in this manual.
■
1
2
3
4
5
This kit is intended only for use with the subbase. The switch
must be installed in the subbase before the subbase is
installed.
1. Ground lug
2. Disconnect switch cover
3. Subbase access cover
Disconnect Switch Installation
WARNING
Electrical Shock Hazard
4. Subbase front cover
5. Switch plate
4. Remove the rectangular knockout in the disconnect switch
cover.
5. Remove and dispose of the 2 machine screws from the
disconnect switch.
6. Place the switch plate over the switch and attach the entire
assembly to the disconnect switch cover using 2 sheet metal
screws (provided).
1
Disconnect power before servicing.
Replace all parts and panels before operating.
Failure to do so can result in death or electrical shock.
2
1. Disconnect power.
2. Remove subbase access cover and front cover.
3
4
1. Sheet metal screws
2. Disconnect switch
3. Switch plate
4. Disconnect switch cover
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7. Reattach disconnect switch cover assembly to subbase.
8. Attach a 12 A.W.G. ground wire to the ground terminal on the
disconnect switch and to the ground lug in the subbase.
Power supply wires will be connected during subbase
installation.
9. Replace all covers.
1
1. Ground wire to subbase ground lug
SUBBASE KIT INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
Subbase Assembly
Installation Requirements
■
Unpack and dispose of packaging materials.
■
If your wall thickness is less than 6 in. (15.2 cm), the subbase
kit is required.
■
)
.4
"
8³⁄₄
cm
3
If wiring through the subbase, connections must be made
behind the front cover. See “Make Electrical Connections.”
)
5.4
cm
(6
)
³⁄₄"
25 .6 cm
54
(
¹⁄₂" m)
1
2
c
47
"(
8¹⁄₂
1
1
2
"
6¹⁄₂
.5
(16
6
)
cm
1¹⁄₂"
"
3¹⁄₂ m)
9c
(8.
3
1¹⁄₂"
4
1. End bracket
2. Side skirt
3. Leg bolt
28
(98
5
4. Front cover
5. Access cover
6. Receptacle plate
Subbase Kit Installation
3. Attach the end brackets to the subbase with 4 - #10 x ¹⁄₂ in.
screws (provided).
WARNING
Electrical Shock Hazard
Disconnect power before servicing.
Replace all parts and panels before operating.
Failure to do so can result in death or electrical shock.
WARNING
4. Position the subbase under the wall sleeve.
5. Turn the leg bolts (5 in. maximum) until the subbase is tight
against the wall sleeve.
6. Using the end brackets as a template, align, center punch
and drill two ⁵⁄₃₂ in. holes (each side) in the wall sleeve.
3¹⁄₂" (8.9 cm)
to 5" (12.7 cm)
Electrical Shock Hazard
Electrically ground PTAC/PTHP.
Connect ground wire to ground lug.
Use copper wire for supply connection.
Correct wire gauge is shown in the chart below.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in
death or electrical shock.
Rating Plate Ampacity
AWG
Less than 15
14
16 - 20
12
21 - 30
10
1
1. Align, center punch and drill two ⁵⁄₃₂ in.
holes in wall sleeve.
IMPORTANT: The installation of field wiring must conform to the
requirements of the National Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA NO. 70(latest edition) in the United States, and any state laws and local
ordinances (including plumbing or wastewater codes). In Canada,
field wiring must conform to the Canadian electrical code PART I,
CSA STANDARD C22.1-1993 or current edition. Local authorities
having jurisdiction should be consulted before installation is
made. Such applicable regulations or requirements take
precedence over the general instructions in this manual.
1. Disconnect power.
2. Remove the chassis from the wall sleeve (if installed).
7. Remove the 4 screws attaching the end brackets to the
subbase and remove the end brackets. Leave the subbase in
place.
8. With the subbase in place under the wall sleeve, measure
from the center of the end bracket mounting holes in the
subbase to the wall. Record this measurement.
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IMPORTANT: The next steps require you to make permanent
modifications to the decorative side skirts. The modifications are
for left and right sides, and the skirts will not be interchangeable
after modification.
1
Make Electrical Connections
NOTE: If the subbase is to be used only for structural support of
the PTAC/PTHP, you do not need to read this section on making
electrical connections.
WARNING
2
3
Electrical Shock Hazard
Disconnect power before servicing.
Replace all parts and panels before operating.
Failure to do so can result in death or electrical shock.
230/208 volt power supply
■
In 230/208 volt applications, a field-supplied NEC approved
receptacle can be installed in the subbase along with the
optional disconnect switch accessory.
1. Distance from center of holes in subbase to wall
2. Side skirt
3. Make cut on closest inside scored line to measurement.
230/208 V
1
Black
L1
9. Transfer the measurement recorded in Step 8 to each of the
side skirts.
2
White
L2
3
1
Field Supplied
Wiring
1. Disconnect switch (if used)
2. Field-supplied NEC approved receptacle
3. Ground lug in subbase
1
230/208 volt installation with field-supplied NEC approved
receptacle
Parts needed
2
2
1. Measurement recorded in Step 8
2. Side skirts
NOTE: Round the measurement down to the closest score
mark when transferring the measurement. Example: If
measurement was 7 in. (17.8 cm), use the score mark that is
at 6⁷⁄₈ in.
10. Cut the skirts along the scored marks.
11. Reattach the end brackets and side skirts to the subbase.
Adjust the side skirts until they touch the wall. Tighten the
screws.
12. Attach the end brackets to the wall sleeve with 4 - #10 x ¹⁄₂ in.
screws (provided).
13. Adjust the leg bolts as needed to level the wall sleeve.
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■
NEC approved receptacle
■
Green wire
1. Disconnect power.
2. Route incoming power supply wires into the subbase behind
the front cover.
3. Connect the incoming L1 black wire to the L1 side of the
receptacle.
4. Connect the incoming L2 white or red wire to the L2 side of
the receptacle.
5. Connect the incoming green or bare ground wire to the
subbase ground lug.
6. Connect a field-supplied green wire between the receptacle
and the subbase ground lug.
7. Reinstall the chassis into the wall sleeve, and plug power
cord into receptacle.
8. Reattach the PTAC/PTHP front cover using the thumbscrews
removed earlier.
9. Replace all subbase covers.
10. Reconnect power.
265 V
1
Black
L1
Neutral
230/208 volt installation with field-supplied NEC approved
receptacle and disconnect switch accessory
Parts needed
■
NEC approved receptacle
■
Black, white or red, and green wires
1
3
4
2
5
4. Ground wire to subbase
ground lug
5. Incoming L2 white or red
power supply
4. Connect the field-supplied black wire from the disconnect
switch to the L1 side of the receptacle.
5. Connect the field-supplied white or red wire from the
disconnect switch to the L2 side of the receptacle.
6. Connect the incoming green or bare ground wire to the
subbase ground lug.
7. Connect a field-supplied green wire between the receptacle
and the subbase ground lug.
8. Reinstall the chassis into the wall sleeve, and plug power
cord into receptacle.
9. Reattach the PTAC/PTHP front cover using the thumbscrews
removed earlier.
10. Replace all subbase covers.
11. Reconnect power.
265 volt power supply
■
White
Green
Green
2
3
5
4
Field Supplied
Wiring
1. Disconnect power.
2. Route incoming power supply wires into the subbase behind
the front cover.
3. Connect the incoming L1 black wire and the incoming
L2 white or red wire to one side of the disconnect switch.
Connect a field-supplied black wire and field-supplied white
or red wire to the other side of the disconnect switch. These
2 wires must be long enough to reach the receptacle.
1. Black wire to receptacle
2. White or red wire to
receptacle
3. Incoming L1 black power
supply
Black
White
In 265 volt applications, field-supplied conduit and wires or
the conduit and junction box accessory can be installed in
the subbase along with the optional disconnect switch
accessory.
1. Disconnect switch (if used)
2. Ground lug in subbase
3. Quick disconnect connector (if used)
4. Wire nuts
5. Unit control box
NOTE: The quick disconnect connector is part of the conduit kit
accessory.
265 volt installation with field-supplied conduit and wires
Parts needed
■
Black, white and green wires
■
UL listed wire nuts
■
Conduit to reach between chassis control box and subbase
1. Disconnect power.
2. Route incoming power supply wires into the subbase behind
the front cover.
3. Route the field-supplied black, white and green wires through
the field-supplied conduit.
4. Attach one conduit connector to the receptacle plate in the
subbase.
5. Connect the incoming L1 black wire to the field-supplied
black wire in the conduit using field-supplied UL listed wire
nuts.
6. Connect the incoming neutral white wire to the field-supplied
white wire in the conduit using field-supplied UL listed wire
nuts.
7. Connect the incoming green or bare ground wire and the
field-supplied green wire to the subbase ground lug.
8. Reinstall the chassis into the wall sleeve.
9. Route the field-supplied conduit with wires from the subbase
to the PTAC/PTHP control box.
10. Remove the 4 screws holding the control box.
1
1
2
2
3
1. Remove these screws.
2. Do not remove these screws.
3. Bushing
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11. Pivot the control box down, pull the chassis pigtail wires into
the control box, and remove the bushing from the hole. The
field-supplied wires will be routed through this hole.
15. Reattach the PTAC/PTHP front cover using the thumbscrews
removed earlier.
16. Replace all subbase covers.
17. Reconnect power.
265 volt installation with field-supplied conduit and wires
and disconnect switch accessory
Parts needed
1
2
1. Bushing
2. Control box
12. Install field-supplied conduit into the same hole as the
original bushing for the chassis pigtail wires on the control
box.
■
Black, white and green wires
■
UL listed wire nuts
■
Conduit to reach between chassis control box and subbase
1. Disconnect power.
2. Route incoming power supply wires into the subbase behind
the front cover.
3. Route the field-supplied black, white and green wires through
the field-supplied conduit.
4. Attach one conduit connector to the receptacle plate in the
subbase.
5. Connect the incoming L1 black wire and incoming neutral
white wire to one side of the disconnect switch. Connect the
field-supplied black wire and field-supplied white wire from
the conduit to the other side of the disconnect switch.
1
1
3
4
2
2
5
1. Straight connector
2. Control box
13. Connect the chassis pigtail wires to the field-supplied conduit
wires using field-supplied UL listed wire nuts. Connect the
black wire to the incoming L1 (black) wire. Connect the white
wire to the incoming neutral (white) wire. Connect the green
wire to the ground wire attached to the subbase ground lug.
1. Black wire to PTAC/PTHP
2. White wire to PTAC/PTHP
3. Incoming L1 black power
supply
4. Ground wire to subbase
ground lug
5. Incoming neutral white
power supply
6. Connect the incoming green or bare ground wire and the
field-supplied green wire from the conduit to the subbase
ground lug.
7. Reinstall the chassis into the wall sleeve.
8. Route the field-supplied conduit with wires from the subbase
to the PTAC/PTHP control box.
9. Remove the 4 screws holding the control box.
1
1
1 2
3 4
1. Black wire
2. Incoming L1 wire (black wire)
3. Green wire
5 6
4. Ground wire (green wire)
5. White wire
6. Neutral wire (white wire)
14. Reattach the PTAC/PTHP control panel using the 4 screws
removed earlier.
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2
2
3
1. Remove these screws.
2. Do not remove these screws.
3. Bushing
10. Pivot the control box down, pull the chassis pigtail wires into
the control box, and remove the bushing from the hole. The
field-supplied wires will be routed through this hole.
14. Reattach the PTAC/PTHP front cover using the thumbscrews
removed earlier.
15. Replace all subbase covers.
16. Reconnect power.
265 volt installation with conduit kit with junction box
accessory
1
2
1. Bushing
2. Control box
11. Install field-supplied conduit into the same hole as the
original bushing for the chassis pigtail wires on the control
box.
1
1. Disconnect power.
2. Route incoming power supply wires into the subbase behind
the front cover.
3. Install the conduit kit with junction box accessory to the
PTAC/PTHP chassis following the instructions for that
accessory.
4. Reinstall the chassis into the wall sleeve.
5. Route the conduit into the subbase.
6. Attach the right-angle conduit connector to the receptacle
plate in the subbase.
7. Connect the incoming L1 black wire to the black wire in the
conduit using UL listed wire nuts (provided).
8. Connect the incoming neutral white wire to the the white wire
in the conduit using UL listed wire nuts (provided).
9. Connect the incoming green or bare ground wire and green
wire in the conduit to the subbase ground lug.
10. Reattach the PTAC/PTHP front cover using the thumbscrews
removed earlier.
11. Replace all subbase covers.
12. Reconnect power.
265 volt installation with conduit kit with junction box
accessory and disconnect switch accessory
2
1. Straight connector
2. Control box
12. Connect the chassis pigtail wires to the field-supplied conduit
wires using field-supplied UL listed wire nuts. Connect the
black wire to the incoming L1 (black) wire. Connect the white
wire to the incoming neutral (white) wire. Connect the green
wire to the ground wire attached to the subbase ground lug.
1. Disconnect power.
2. Route incoming power supply wires into the subbase behind
the front cover.
3. Install the conduit kit with junction box accessory to the
PTAC/PTHP chassis following the instructions for that
accessory.
4. Reinstall the chassis into the wall sleeve.
5. Route the conduit into the subbase.
6. Attach the right-angle conduit connector to the receptacle
plate in the subbase.
7. Connect the incoming L1 black wire and incoming neutral
white wire to one side of the disconnect switch. Connect the
black wire and white wire from the conduit accessory to the
other side of the disconnect switch.
1
3
4
1 2
3 4
1. Black wire
2. Incoming L1 wire (black wire)
3. Green wire
5 6
4. Ground wire (green wire)
5. White wire
6. Neutral wire (white wire)
13. Reattach the PTAC/PTHP control panel using the 4 screws
removed earlier.
2
5
1. Black wire to conduit accessory
2. White wire to conduit accessory
3. Incoming L1 black power
supply
4. Ground wire to subbase
ground lug
5. Incoming neutral white
power supply
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8. Connect the incoming green or bare ground wire and green
wire in the conduit accessory to the subbase ground lug.
9. Reattach the PTAC/PTHP front cover using the thumbscrews
removed earlier.
10. Replace all subbase covers.
11. Reconnect power.
DESK CONTROL KIT INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
■
Unpack and dispose of packaging materials.
■
The installation of this kit enables the PTAC/PTHP to be
turned on or off from a remote location.
4. Remove the 4 screws and rotate the control panel open.
Install the Desk Control Kit
1
1
WARNING
2
2
3
Electrical Shock Hazard
1. Remove these screws.
2. Do not remove these screws.
3. Bushing
Disconnect power before servicing.
Replace all parts and panels before operating.
1
4
2
1. Disconnect power.
2. Remove the front cover.
3. Remove the thermostat bulb from the coil face by removing
the clip.
5
5. Mount the desk control relay on the control box back wall
with 2 screws (provided).
1
Failure to do so can result in death or electrical shock.
2
2
1
4
5
2
1
4
2
5
4
1
5
3
1
2
1. Thermostat bulb
2. Clip
4
1. Existing relay (heat pump
models only)
2. Use these holes to mount
desk control relay.
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3. Control box back wall (other
electrical components not
shown for clarity)
4. Desk control relay installed
■
Terminal numbers are marked on the desk control relay.
1
1
5
2
1
4
2
5
Each desk control relay requires approximately 10 VA of
power.
2
■
4
Make Electrical Connections
230/208 Volt Power Supply
7. Run the harness wire ends with the quick connectors through
the hole and connect them to the coil terminals of the desk
control relay coil.
1. White wire
2. Black wire
Desk control relay
■
If PTAC/PTHP is 265 volt, see “Make Electrical Connections
265 Volt Power Supply.”
■
Determine whether PTAC/PTHP is equipped with standard or
remote thermostat controls, and see the appropriate section.
Standard Controls (no remote wall thermostat installed)
1. Disconnect power.
2. Remove the ribbed power cord lead from the L2 terminal on
the unit switch, and connect it to terminal #2 on the desk
control relay.
3. Connect the black wire, included with the desk control kit, to
the L2 terminal on the unit switch and to terminal #1 on the
desk control relay.
4. Remove the smooth power cord lead from the L1 terminal on
the unit switch, and connect it to terminal #5 on the desk
control relay.
5. Connect the white wire, included with the desk control kit, to
the L1 terminal on the unit switch and terminal #4 on the desk
control relay.
6. Remove and discard the hole plug in the bottom of the
control box next to the heat anticipator wires.
8. Snap the strain relief bushing (provided) over the wire harness
and insert it into the hole in the control box. Be sure that there
is enough wire slack inside the control box to rotate the
control box fully opened.
Remote Thermostat Control (on some models) (remote
wall thermostat installed)
1. Disconnect power.
2. Remove the ribbed power cord lead from the 230 volt
terminal on the unit transformer, and connect it to terminal
#2 on the desk control relay.
3. Connect the black wire, included with the desk control kit, to
the 230 volt terminal on the unit transformer and terminal
#1 on the desk control relay.
4. Remove the smooth power cord lead from the COM terminal
on the unit transformer, and connect it to terminal #5 on the
desk control relay.
5. Connect the white wire, included with the desk control kit, to
the COM terminal on the unit transformer and terminal #4 on
the desk control relay.
6. Remove and discard the hole plug in the bottom of the
control box.
1
1
2
1. Thermostat bulb
2. Heat anticipator
3. Strain relief bushing
3
4
5
6
4. 24 volt wire harness (supplied)
5. 24 volt wires (field supplied) to front desk
6. Hole plug
1. Strain relief bushing
2. 24 volt wire harness
(supplied)
2
3
4
3. 24 volt wires (field supplied) to front desk
4. Hole plug
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7. Run the harness wire ends with the quick connectors through
the hole and connect them to the coil terminals of the desk
control relay coil.
■
If PTAC/PTHP is 230/208 volt, see “Make Electrical
Connections 230/208 Volt Power Supply.”
■
Determine whether PTAC/PTHP is equipped with standard or
remote thermostat controls, and see the appropriate section.
1
1
5
4
2
Standard Controls (no remote wall thermostat installed)
2
1. White wire
2. Black wire
8. Snap the strain relief bushing (provided) over the wire harness
and insert it into the hole in the control box. Be sure that there
is enough wire slack inside the control box to rotate the
control box fully opened.
1. Disconnect power.
2. Remove the white wire from the L2 terminal on the unit
switch, and connect it to the terminal #2 on the desk control
relay.
3. Connect the white wire, included with the desk control kit, to
the L2 terminal on the unit switch and terminal #1 on the desk
control relay.
4. Remove the fused, black wire from the unit L1 terminal on the
unit switch, and connect it to terminal #5 on the desk control
relay.
5. Connect the black wire, included with the desk control kit, to
the L1 terminal on the unit switch and terminal #4 on the desk
control relay.
6. Remove the strain relief bushing holding the heat anticipator
wires.
Complete 230/208 Volt Installation
1. Rotate the box back to its original position and reinstall the
4 screws. Make sure that all the wires are connected inside
the control box.
2. Run the wires from the front desk and connect them to the
relay coil harness. Use the supplied wire nuts on this
connection. These wires connect to the front desk control
switch.
IMPORTANT: The installation of field wiring must conform to
the requirements of the National Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA
NO. 70-(latest edition) in the United States, and any state
laws and local ordinances (including plumbing or wastewater
codes). In Canada, field wiring must conform to the Canadian
electrical code PART I, CSA STANDARD C22.1-1993 or
current edition. Local authorities having jurisdiction should be
consulted before installation is made. Such applicable
regulations or requirements take precedence over the general
instructions in this manual.
3. Reinstall the thermostat bulb and heat anticipator on the coil
face.
4. Reinstall the plastic front.
5. Reconnect power.
6
5
1
2
1. Thermostat bulb
2. Heat anticipator
3. Strain relief bushing
3
4
4. 24 volt wire harness (supplied)
5. 24 volt wires (field supplied) to front desk
6. Hole plug
7. Run the harness wire ends with the quick connectors of the
supplied 24 volt wire through this hole, and connect them to
the coil terminals of the desk control relay coil.
Make Electrical Connections
265 Volt Power Supply
2
5
4
2
1
Desk control relay
36
5
Terminal numbers are marked on the desk control relay.
2
■
4
Each desk control relay requires approximately 10 VA of
power.
1
■
1
1. White wire
2. Black wire
8. Replace the strain relief bushing. This bushing now holds the
relay coil harness as well as the existing heat anticipator
wires.
5
2
1
4
1. Disconnect power.
2. Remove the fused, black wire from the 277 volt terminal on
the unit transformer, and connect it to terminal #2 on the desk
control relay.
3. Connect the black wire, included with the desk control kit, to
the 277 volt terminal on the unit transformer and terminal #1
on the desk control relay.
4. Remove the white wire from the COM terminal on the unit
transformer, and connect it to the terminal #5 on the desk
control relay.
5. Connect the white wire, included with the desk control kit, to
the COM terminal on the unit transformer and the terminal #4
on the desk control relay.
6. Remove and discard the hole plug in the bottom of the
control box next to the fuse holder.
7. Run the harness wire ends with the quick connectors of the
supplied 24 volt wire through this hole, and connect them to
the coil terminals of the desk control relay coil.
1
Remote Thermostat Control (on some models) (remote
wall thermostat installed)
2
1. White wire
2. Black wire
8. Replace the strain relief bushing. This bushing now holds the
relay coil harness as well as the existing heat anticipator
wires.
Complete 265 Volt Installation
5
4
1
1. Strain relief bushing
2. 24 volt wire harness
(supplied)
2
3
3. 24 volt wires (field supplied) to front desk
4. Hole plug
5. Fuse holder
1. Rotate the box back to its original position and reinstall the
4 screws. Make sure that all the wires are connected inside
the control box.
2. Run the wires from the front desk and connect them to the
relay coil harness. Use the supplied wire nuts on this
connection. These wires connect to the front desk control
switch.
IMPORTANT: The installation of field wiring must conform to
the requirements of the National Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA
NO. 70-(latest edition) in the United States, and any state
laws and local ordinances (including plumbing or wastewater
codes). In Canada, field wiring must conform to the Canadian
electrical code PART I, CSA STANDARD C22.1-1993 or
current edition. Local authorities having jurisdiction should be
consulted before installation is made. Such applicable
regulations or requirements take precedence over the general
instructions in this manual.
3. Reinstall the thermostat bulb and heat anticipator on the coil
face.
4. Reinstall the plastic front.
5. Reconnect power.
LATERAL DUCT ADAPTER/ LATERAL DUCT EXTENSION
KIT INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
■
Location Requirements
■
Duct extensions come in 3-ft lengths. They can be combined
for a total straight maximum extension length of 15 ft (4.6 m),
or they can be cut to any desired length.
■
The duct extension attaches to the air plenum and directs air
in the right or left direction from the PTAC/PTHP.
■
Determine the location of the duct and air termination.
■
Determine the location of the secondary discharge grille.
The wall sleeve must project at least ³⁄₄ in. (1.9 cm) out from
the wall surface.
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WARNING
6. Use the seal plates on the chassis as templates. Align the
bottom edge of the seal plate against the slanted edge of the
deck, and align the side with the outer edge of the cutoff
flange. Mark the location of the holes, center punch and drill
two ⁵⁄₃₂ in. holes through the flanges on each side.
Electrical Shock Hazard
1
Disconnect power before servicing.
Replace all parts and panels before operating.
1
Failure to do so can result in death or electrical shock.
2
Install Lateral Duct Adapter
1.
2.
3.
4.
Disconnect power.
Remove front cover.
Remove the chassis from the wall sleeve (if installed).
Locate and mark 4 mounting holes in the wall sleeve to attach
the mounting brackets for the lateral duct adapter.
5. Center punch and drill four ⁵⁄₃₂ in. holes in the wall sleeve.
1. Seal plate
2. Holes in cutoff flanges
³⁄₈"
(9.5 mm)
⁵⁄₃₂" Holes
4¹⁄₈"
(10.5 cm)
2¹⁄₂"
(6.4 cm)
7. Using 4 unpainted screws, screw the left and right seal plates
to the cutoff flanges.
8. Remove the discharge grille by removing the 6 screws from
underneath the plastic front.
1
2
1
1. Remove these screws.
2. Discharge grille — remove and
discard.
9. Discard the grille.
10. Install the chassis in the sleeve, and reattach the plastic front.
11. Determine whether the duct extension will be routed to the
left or right side of the duct adapter.
12. Attach 1 duct extension to the duct adapter using 3 painted
screws. Make certain that the labels are on the same side.
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13. Attach the left and right mounting brackets using 4 unpainted
screws.
1
2
2
5
1
3
3
2
2
4
3
4
1. Left mounting bracket
2. Front of duct adapter
3. Unpainted screws
3
4
1
4. Back of duct adapter
5. Right mounting
bracket
1. Front of duct
adapter
2. Discharge grille
3. Air deflector
4. End view
14. Remove the duct adapter discharge grille. Discard plastic
wrapping.
15. Install the plenum into the duct adapter and attach it with
3 unpainted screws.
Complete Installation
1
5
6
2
3
7
4
8
2
6
1
3. Cut the duct extension to length so that it is flush with the
wall in the other room.
4. Slide the assembly through the hole in the wall, and attach
the entire assembly to the unit with 4 painted screws through
the mounting brackets.
5. Attach the secondary discharge grille to the interior wall with
4 grille screws (provided).
7
7¹⁄₄"
(18.4 cm)
5. Duct extension
6. Front of duct adapter
7. Plenum
8. Assembled end view
1
16. Attach the end cap to the open end of the duct adapter using
3 painted screws.
17. Install air deflector and discharge grille using 2 painted
screws. The air deflector installs between the duct adapter
and grille, with the flanged edge down and toward the front of
the duct adapter.
NOTE: To increase airflow out of side register, position the
deflector plate toward the front of the duct adapter. To
decrease airflow to the side register, position the deflector
plate to the rear of the duct adapter.
7¹⁄₄"
(18.4 cm)
1. Unpainted screws
2. Duct adapter
3. Mounting bracket
4. End cap
1. Attach additional duct extensions using 4 painted screws
each.
2. Cut the opening in the wall to 7¹⁄₄ in. (18.4 cm) high x 7¹⁄₄ in.
(18.4 cm) wide.
The top of the duct will be approximately 25⁷⁄₈ in. (65.7 cm)
from the bottom of the sleeve. The rear of the extension will
be approximately flush with the front of the sleeve. Always
measure your assembly to be sure, as installation tolerances
may change overall dimensions.
2
1. Wall opening dimensions
2. Secondary discharge grille
6. Reconnect power.
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PTAC/PTHP CARE
Your new PTAC/PTHP is designed to give you dependable
service. This section tells you how to clean and care for your
PTAC/PTHP properly.
4. Replace air filters by sliding filters down into the front cover.
Cleaning the Air Filters
The air filters are removable for easy cleaning. Clean filters help
remove dust, lint, and other particles from the air and are
important for best cooling or heating and operating efficiency.
Check the filters every month to see whether cleaning is needed.
Do not operate the PTAC/PTHP without the filters in place.
1. Remove air filters by sliding filters up and out of front cover.
Cleaning the Front Cover
2. Shake off loose debris into trash receptacle.
3. Use a vacuum cleaner to clean air filters. If air filters are very
dirty, wash in warm water with a mild detergent. Do not wash
air filters in the dishwasher or use any chemical cleaners. Air
dry filters completely before replacing to ensure maximum
efficiency.
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1. Remove air filters and clean separately. See “Cleaning the air
filters.”
2. Remove the 2 thumb screws from the bottom of the front
cover and remove the front cover.
3. Clean the front cover with warm water and a mild soap or
detergent. Use a soft cloth.
4. Rinse front cover and dry thoroughly with a soft, dry cloth.
5. Reattach front cover.
6. Replace filters.
3. Remove the chassis from the wall sleeve.
Performing Maintenance
WARNING
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3
2
4
5
6
Electrical Shock Hazard
Disconnect power before servicing.
Replace all parts and panels before operating.
Failure to do so can result in death or electrical shock.
WARNING
Excessive Weight Hazard
Use two or more people to move and install PTAC/PTHP.
Failure to do so can result in back or other injury.
Your PTAC/PTHP needs maintenance to help ensure steady, top
performance throughout the year.
1. Disconnect power.
2. Remove front cover. See “Cleaning the front cover.”
1. Condenser coil
2. Evaporator coil
3. Fan motor
4. Compressor terminals
5. Control box
6. Base pan
4. To avoid product damage, cover the fan motor, control box,
and compressor terminals and make sure no water or other
liquids get inside any of these parts.
5. Carefully clean and hose out base pan, condenser coil and
evaporator coil. Clean at least once a year or more often if the
condenser and evaporator coils and base pan collect dirt,
sand, leaves, insects, or algae. Also, clean if you detect an
odor coming from the air conditioner.
6. After cleaning the air conditioner, remove any coverings used
to protect electrical components.
7. Replace PTAC/PTHP into wall sleeve.
8. Replace front cover.
9. Replace air filter.
10. Wait 24 hours before starting the PTAC/PTHP again. This
allows time for all areas to dry out.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
If the PTAC/PTHP is not working satisfactorily, follow these basic
troubleshooting suggestions.
Being familiar with the sequence of operation on Standard
Controlled Operating Units or the operation of the Remote
Thermostat Controlled Units is important. The following
questions and answers may help to identify performance
problems.
Environmental Effects - Heating Mode
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Is the PTAC/PTHP properly sized to the room area and
heat load demand? Multiplying the width x length x 3.5
provides an approximation of the number of BTU's required
for the area. Other factors can affect the number of BTU’s
required for an area, such as, the number of electrical
devices, solar gains, etc. Consider these factors when sizing
the PTAC/PTHP for your application.
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Is the outdoor temperature 70°F (21.1ºC) or above? The
PTAC/PTHP is designed for proper cooling operation at
outdoor temperatures below 70°F (21.1ºC).
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Is the indoor temperature 60°F (15.6ºC) or below? Ambient
indoor temperatures of 60°F (15.6ºC) or below will take a
longer period of run time to heat the area. Long run times
may indicate that the PTAC/PTHP is undersized.
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Has the room area been increased where the PTAC/PTHP
is located? If the area where the PTAC/PTHP is located has
been increased, the PTAC/PTHP may not provide adequate
heat.
Environmental Effects - Cooling Mode
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Is the PTAC/PTHP sized to the room size area and the
cooling load demand? Room width x length x 3.5 equals an
approximation of the number of BTU's required for the area.
Other factors can affect the number of BTU’s required for an
area, such as, the number of electrical devices, solar gains,
etc. Consider these factors when sizing the PTAC/PTHP for
your application.
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Is the outdoor temperature 60°F (15.6ºC) or below? The
PTAC/PTHP is designed for proper cooling operation at
outdoor temperatures above 60°F (15.6ºC).
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Is the indoor temperature 80°F (26.7ºC) or above? Ambient
indoor temperatures of 80°F (26.7ºC) or above will take a
longer period of run time to cool down the area. Long run
times may indicate that the PTAC/PTHP is undersized.
■
Is indoor humidity high? This condition will cause the PTAC/
PTHP to operate longer to remove humidity before noticing
any cooling effect.
■
Has the cooling load been increased by additional
devices such as computer equipment or has the room
area been increased where the PTAC/PTHP is located? If
conditions have changed, the PTAC/PTHP may not be able to
cool and condition as effectively as previously planned.
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Insufficient Maintenance and Inspection
Installation errors are the most common cause of poor
performance. Please follow the installation instructions carefully.
ASSISTANCE OR SERVICE
Before calling for assistance or service, please check
“Troubleshooting.” It may save you the cost of a service call. If
you still need help, follow the instructions below.
When calling, please know the purchase date and the complete
model and serial number of your appliance. This information will
help us to better respond to your request.
If you need replacement parts
If you need to order replacement parts, we recommend that you
use only factory specified replacement parts. Factory specified
replacement parts will fit right and work right because they are
made with the same precision used to build every new
WHIRLPOOL® appliance.
To locate factory specified replacement parts in your area, call
our Customer Interaction Center telephone number or your
nearest Whirlpool designated service center.
In the U.S.A.
Call the Whirlpool Customer Interaction Center
toll free: 1-800-253-1301.
Our consultants provide assistance with:
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Features and specifications on our full line of appliances.
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Installation information.
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Use and maintenance procedures.
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Accessory and repair parts sales.
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Specialized customer assistance (Spanish speaking, hearing
impaired, limited vision, etc.).
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Referrals to local dealers, repair parts distributors, and
service companies. Whirlpool designated service technicians
are trained to fulfill the product warranty and provide afterwarranty service, anywhere in the United States.
For further assistance
If you need further assistance, you can write to Whirlpool
Corporation with any questions or concerns at:
Whirlpool Brand Home Appliances
Customer Interaction Center
553 Benson Road
Benton Harbor, MI 49022-2692
Please include a daytime phone number in your correspondence.
In Canada
For product related questions, please call the Whirlpool Canada
Inc. Customer Interaction Center toll free:
1-800-461-5681
Monday to Friday 8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. (EST).
Saturday 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. (EST).
Our consultants provide assistance with:
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Features and specifications on our full line of appliances.
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Referrals to local dealers.
For parts, accessories and service in Canada
Call 1-800-807-6777. Whirlpool Canada Inc. designated service
technicians are trained to fulfill the product warranty and provide
after-warranty service, anywhere in Canada.
For further assistance
If you need further assistance, you can write to Whirlpool Canada
Inc. with any questions or concerns at:
Customer Interaction Center
Whirlpool Canada Inc.
1901 Minnesota Court
Mississauga, Ontario L5N 3A7
Please include a daytime phone number in your correspondence.
To locate the Whirlpool designated service company in your
area, you can also look in your telephone directory Yellow
Pages.
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WHIRLPOOL® PACKAGED TERMINAL
AIR CONDITIONER (PTAC) AND PACKAGED TERMINAL
HEAT PUMP (PTHP) WARRANTY
ONE YEAR FULL WARRANTY
For one year from the date of installation, if this PTAC/PTHP fails when operated and maintained according to instructions attached to
or furnished with the product, Whirlpool Corporation will pay for replacement parts and repair labor to correct defects in materials or
workmanship. Service must be provided by a Whirlpool designated service company.
FIVE YEAR FULL WARRANTY
For five years from the date of purchase, if this PTAC/PTHP fails when operated and maintained according to instructions attached to or
funished with the product, Whirlpool Corporation will pay for replacement parts and repair labor to correct defects in materials or
workmanship in the sealed refrigeration system, including the compressor, evaporator, condenser, reversing valve and connecting
tubing. Service must be provided by a Whirlpool designated service company.
SECOND THROUGH FIFTH YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY
For the second through fifth year from the date of purchase, if this PTAC/PTHP fails when operated and maintained according to
instructions attached to or furnished with the product, Whirlpool Corporation will pay for replacement parts to correct defects in
materials or workmanship in the electrical or air flow systems including the fan motor, capacitor, fan, blower wheel, switches,
thermostat, relays, frost controls, heat control, heater, heater protectors, compressor overload, solenoids, auxiliary controls, and
transformer. This is a limited parts-only warranty and does not include labor or transportation to and from the service shop. Service
must be provided by a Whirlpool designated service company.
Whirlpool Corporation will not pay for:
1. Service calls to correct the installation of your PTAC/PTHP, instruct you how to use your PTAC/PTHP, to replace fuses or correct
wiring or reset circuit breakers, or to clean or replace owner accessible air filters.
2. Damage resulting from accident, alteration, misuse, abuse, fire, floods, acts of God, improper installation not in accordance with
local electrical and plumbing codes, or use of products not approved by Whirlpool Corporation or Whirlpool Canada Inc.
3. Replacement parts or repair labor costs for units operated outside the United States or Canada.
4. Pickup and delivery, or any transportation and reinstallation charges that may be required.
5. The removal and reinstallation of your PTAC/PTHP.
6. Repairs to parts or systems resulting from unauthorized modifications made to the PTAC/PTHP.
WHIRLPOOL CORPORATION AND WHIRLPOOL CANADA INC. SHALL NOT
BE LIABLE FOR INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES.
Some states and provinces do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so this exclusion or
limitation may not apply to you. This warranty gives you specific legal rights and you may also have other rights which vary from state to
state or province to province.
Outside the United States and Canada, a different warranty may apply. For details, please contact your Whirlpool authorized
dealer.
If you need service, first see “Troubleshooting” section of the Installation/Operation Manual. After checking “Troubleshooting,”
additional help can be found by checking the “Assistance or Service” section, or by calling the Whirlpool Corporation. Customer
Interaction Center at 1-800-253-1301 (toll-free), from anywhere in the United States. In Canada, please call 1-800-807-6777.
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Keep this warranty and your sales slip together for future
reference. You must provide proof of purchase or installation
date for in-warranty service.
Write down the following information about your PTAC/PTHP to
better help you obtain assistance or service if you ever need it.
You will need to know your complete model number and serial
number.
Dealer name____________________________________________________
Address ________________________________________________________
Phone number __________________________________________________
Model number __________________________________________________
Serial number __________________________________________________
Purchase date __________________________________________________
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All rights reserved.
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Whirlpool Canada Inc. licensee in Canada
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