SeaMach™
Self-contained Reverse Cycle
Air Conditioners
Models SP/SC 05-07-10-12-16-18-24
Owner’s Manual
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Safety Considerations........................................................................... 2
Routine Maintenance............................................................................ 3
General Description.............................................................................. 5
Thermostats and Controllers ................................................................. 6
Winterizing the System........................................................................14
Troubleshooting..................................................................................15
Spare Parts ........................................................................................19
Warranty............................................................................................23
Manufactured By:
Marvair® Division of AIRXCEL®, Inc.
P.O. Box 400 • Cordele, GA 31010
156 Seedling Drive • Cordele, GA 31015
(229) 273-3636 • Fax: (229) 273-5154
Email: marvair@airxcel.com
Internet: www.marvair.com
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Chapter 1 – Safety Considerations
Congratulations on your purchase of a SeaMach™ marine air conditioner by Marvair®. Your air
conditioner has been designed to provide years of safe, dependable operation. These instructions contain
a general description on the operation of the unit, how set up or program the thermostat/ controller, a list
of routine maintenance items, basic trouble shooting information, and the warranty.
The first thing we recommend for you to do is to write down the model number and the serial number of
the SeaMach unit. Both numbers can be found on the data label on the unit. Refer to them whenever you
call upon your SeaMach dealer regarding this unit.
Model No. _________________________________
Serial Number___________________
Safety Considerations
Self-contained units or evaporators of split systems should never be installed in engine rooms or
other areas where fuel, battery or bilge vapors may be introduced to the living quarters on board.
These components do not meet federal requirements for ignition protection. Do not install in spaces
containing gasoline engines, tanks, LPG/CPG cylinders, valves, fuel line fittings, or regulators. Failure
to comply may result in injury or death. (Condensing units do comply with USCG/ABYC Ignition
Protection standards and may be installed in engine compartments.)
Do not terminate condensate drain line within four feet of any outlet of engine or generator exhaust
systems, nor in a compartment housing an engine or generator.
Installation and servicing of this system can be hazardous due to system pressure and electrical
components. When working on this equipment, always observe precautions described in the literature,
tags and labels attached to the unit(s). Follow all safety codes.
Marvair recommends that you use only factory certified, EPA licensed refrigerant technicians and
qualified marine electricians. ABYC certification in both HVAC and Marine electrical trades is
desirable. In receiving these certifications, a technician and his employer has made a statement of
commitment to professional, technically proficient and reliable service.
CAUTION: Under both heating and cooling modes of operation, certain components will run at fairly
high temperatures. Exercise care in working around operating equipment. Do not touch operating
machinery without the aid of qualified personnel, as referred to above.
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Chapter 2 - Routine Maintenance
Return Air Grilles
Return air filters should be cleaned regularly. The filter shipped with your SeaMach™ unit is located in
front of the air coil can be cleaned with a vacuum cleaner or rinsed with fresh water.
Condensate Pan and Lines
The condensate and lines can develop an algae type growth. Periodic inspection and treatment with a
mild solution of bleach and water poured into the condensate pan will keep the condensate pan and lines
clear.
Sea Water Strainer
The seawater strainer is available in several configurations – bronze or plastic. Yours has been sized in
accordance to system specifications for volume of water required. It is used to prevent debris such as
eelgrass, sea week, leaves, etc., from passing through the system water lines and condensing coil. These
items could lodge themselves in the water supply causing several possible shutdown faults, and left
unchecked, equipment damage. Should the strainer become clogged or partially obstructed, adverse
performance will be experienced. The first indication will be a high pressure. (For mechanical controls
see Troubleshooting.) The unit will shut down. Turn unit off; check strainer and pump, restart. (See
Pump and Troubleshooting.)
To eliminate these potential problems, it is recommended that you check to make sure you have water
flow each time you turn the system on and clean your strainer weekly. More often as conditions dictate.
Localized situations: In some regions, it is common to experience a tremendous presence of jellyfish or
sea nettles concentrated in back bay marinas for short periods of time. These can clog strainers and
water pumps every hour to hour and a half in some cases. In such severe conditions, seek the advice of
your local factory service representative. They will be most familiar with solutions to localized
situations. Marvair works closely with our servicing dealers when custom solutions are required. During
the warranty period, factory approval must be obtained for any modification to be done to alleviate the
problem without voiding warranty coverage.
Sea Water Pump
Your seawater pump has been sized in accordance with specifications for system water flow and
volume. While it will shut down to protect from damage, it is not advisable to run the seawater pump
dry. Possible damage may still be incurred. Damage incurred due to a pump running dry is not covered
under warranty. The pump is not self-priming. It must be initially primed upon commissioning. Properly
installed, once primed, barring haul outs or interrupted water flow due to an external cause, it should not
need to be primed again.
Occasionally, sea grass, jellyfish and other items may pass through your strainer and get lodged in the
pump impeller. Should cleaning your strainer fail to eliminate a water flow problem, you should next
check the pump. First loosen the discharge line and gently remove it from the pump assembly. (Make
sure the seacock is open.) Water should rise above the pump to a level equal to the waterline of your
boat. If not, there is a blockage.
Loosen and remove the four screws in the front of the wet end assembly. Gently rock the face on the
assembly back and forth until you break the seal between it and the rubber O-ring gasket. Water should
now be flowing freely. If not, the blockage is between the strainer and the pump. If water is flowing,
close the seacock. Remove pump face. The impeller is now exposed. Any debris should be easily seen
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and removed. Re-assemble. Be careful not to deform O-ring. Replace the four screws. Before sealing the
face against the O-ring, open the seacock. Water should be leaking visibly from the pump face. Tighten
screws. Water will stop leaking when proper seal is achieved. Do not over tighten. In this manner, you
have primed the pump. Restart system. (If problem persists, see Troubleshooting.)
Grilles and Proper Air Flow
The most important thing to remember with all grilles, both supply and return air, is that they must never
be restricted by objects such as bed linens, duffel bags, tackle bags, etc.
Return Air Grille(s) and Filter(s)
Return air grilles are available in both aluminum and wood in standard configurations. They do not have
adjustable louvers and are available with and without filters. Return air filters should be cleaned
regularly. The filter shipped with your SeaMach™ unit is located in front of the air coil can be cleaned
with a vacuum cleaner or rinsed with fresh water.
If your unit’s return air grille has a filter, be sure that your boat builder or installation technician has
removed the standard filter that comes with every unit in front of the evaporator (air) coil. Two filters
can unduly restrict air flow and in some cases, cause problems with performance. Use EITHER a return
air filter grille or the supplied filter, never both.
Depending upon the floor plan, your boat’s space constraints may dictate that a unit be installed in an
area that makes it difficult to access and clean the filter. If this is the case, and you do not have a return
air filter grille, you should consider removing the disposable unit filter and upgrading to a return air
filter grille.
NOTE: Blocking the return air grille of neglecting filter cleaning will result in a restriction of air flow.
In the heating mode, this will cause a HIGH PRESSURE FAULT shutdown. In the cooling mode, after a
period of time, you will experience icing of the evaporator coil and a resultant LOW PRESSURE
FAULT shutdown.
Supply Air Grille(s)
Most installations will have more than one supply air grille. Standard main supply air grilles are
generally made of aluminum or wood frames with two or four-way adjustable louvers. These may be
adjusted to direct air flow from the grille to ensure a uniform cabin temperature. Main supply air grilles
should never be closed at any time while running in either the heating or cooling modes. Secondary
supply air grilles more frequently will be a 4” round plastic design, but they can also be of the aluminum
or wood frame standard configuration and are usually located out of the main salon, galley, dinette area.
These may, depending upon the style you or your boat manufacturer has chosen, be closable. During the
day, these may be closed should you like more air directed to the main living area. Consult with your
local SeaMach service representative if you are unsure which are the main supply grilles on your boat.
Closing off the main supply air grille or secondary air grilles, in some applications, may restrict air flow
and cause ice up of the evaporator in the cooling mode or high pressure fault shut down in the heating
mode.
Should either of these conditions occur, open all closed supply air grilles and restart system. This should
eliminate the problem. If the problem recurs again, consult your local SeaMach service representative.
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Chapter 3 - General Description
The SeaMach™ line of reverse cycle air conditioners built by Marvair® are self-contained, water-cooled
units designed for use with either fresh or seawater. The SP models are built in various sizes with
capacities from 5,000 to 24,000 BTUH. Both 115 volt and 230volt models are available. The S*M
models are designed to be used with a 24 volt wall mounted thermostat. The S*B models have an
electronic control board which allows the use of a multifunction MachAir OLED thermostat/controller.
SP models use R-22 refrigerant, SC models use R-407c refrigerant.
Operating Ranges
The SeaMach™ reverse cycle air conditioner is designed to operate in the heating mode with a
minimum inlet water temperature of 60°F (15°C) and in the cooling mode with a maximum inlet water
temperature of 100°F (38°C).
Heating
Cooling
Max. Water Temperature
85°F (29°C)
100°F (38°C)
Min. Water Temperature
50°F (10°C)
60°F (15°C)
Max. Entering Air Temperature
78°F (25°C)
95-115°F* (35°C – 46°C*)
Min. Entering Air Temperature
55-65 °F* (12°C – 18°C*)
68°F (19°C)
* Depends upon inlet water temperature and relative humidity.
General Operation
The SeaMach™ reverse cycle air conditioner has both a heating and cooling mode of operation.
It uses R-22 or R407c refrigerant in a conventional vapor compression cycle to transfer heat from the air
in the boat to the water. In the cooling mode, a blower blows the cabin air through the indoor or
evaporator coil where it is cooled and dehumidified. Liquid refrigerant passing through the evaporator is
boiled into a gas by heat removed from the air. The warmed refrigerant gas enters the compressor where
its temperature and pressure are increased. The hot refrigerant gas travels to the water coil or condenser
where it is cooled by the water and condenses to a liquid. Liquid refrigerant is metered back into the
evaporator coil to repeat the process.
In the heating mode, the process is reversed. A special reversing valve reverses the flow of the
refrigerant throughout the system exchanging the roles of the condenser and evaporator. The refrigerant
flows through the water or evaporator coil, picks up heat from the water, and becomes a vapor. The
vapor then enters the compressor where it is compressed to a higher temperature. It is then pumped to
the indoor coil where the air moving across the coil picks up the heat and the warm air is blown into the
room. The compressed refrigerant vapor condenses to a liquid as it gives up heat. Finally, liquid
refrigerant flows into the capillary tubes into the indoor coil where the cycle is repeated.
The SeaMach™ reverse cycle air conditioner is controlled by a thermostat or controller mounted on the
wall.
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Chapter 4 - Thermostats and Controllers
Your SeaMach unit is controlled by a wall mounted thermostat (models SPM or SCM) or a MachAir
OLED multifunction thermostat/ controller (models SPB or SCB). Please determine which unit you have
installed and proceed with the appropriate instructions for setting up the thermostat. Before setting up
either thermostat:
1. Turn the seacock valve to the open position
2. If the water pump has a dedicated breaker, turn it on. Verify that water is being discharged
overboard.
3. Turn on the circuit breaker to the SeaMach™ unit.
Instructions for the MachAir OLED Thermostat/Controller for use with
SeaMach Models SPB or SCB
General Description
The MachAir™ OLED is a digital thermostat/controller that provides temperature and humidity control,
allows for fan speed adjustment and shows fault conditions in a compact, yet easily readable display.
The MachAir™ OLED thermostat/controller is designed to operate with SeaMach™ self contained
models SPB and SCB and split systems models, CUB and CCB. The SeaMach OLED (Organic Light
Emitting Diode) is the latest in display technology with features not available in other, less advanced
systems. OLED (Organic Light Emitting Diode) displays are brighter, thinner, lighter and use less power
than older LCDs. In addition, OLED’s offer wider viewing angles and higher contrast than LCDs.
The thermostat/controller is easily programmed to allow the user to customize the operation of the
SeaMach unit. Intuitive icons enable the viewer to see at a glance the operating status of the unit and the
cabin temperature. If the display has not been touched for 4-1/2 minutes, the display dims. After another
4-1/2 minutes, the display enters QUIET mode. During this time, a small light will rotate around the
display’s perimeter, showing that the system is functioning. To protect the board from voltages
fluctuations, there are fuses on the board in the SeaMach unit. Prior to calling for service, please check
these fuses and replace if required.
Set Up (Programming)
The following instructions provide a step by step procedure for setting up (programming) the
MachAir™ OLED thermostat/controller. Before starting, it is advisable to completely read the Set Up
instructions. Also, make sure that SeaMach™ unit has been installed properly and power is connected to
the SeaMach unit. There is a factory installed 2 to 3 minute time delay from when the display is
activated until the compressor turns on. This delay prevents destructive short cycling of the compressor.
While the time delay is in effect, a bar in the lower left hand corner of the display rotates. This rotating
bar indicates that the delay is in process. When the compressor time delay has elapsed, the compressor
will turn on, COMP will be displayed, and the bar will disappear. Changing either the Temperature set
point or the Mode selection
will start the delay timer.
To turn the display on,
gently push on the 4
position touch pad for 2
seconds. The display will
illuminate and Set Point
will be displayed.
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To enter the Set Up mode, gently push & release on the center of the 4 position touch pad. During SET
UP, if the touch pad is not pressed for 4 seconds, the thermostat /controller will exit the SET UP mode.
To return to SET UP, press the center of the touch pad. Press & release the right side of the touch pad
repeatedly to return to your previous point in the SET UP mode.
Temperature Set Point Set Up
To adjust the temperature set point, gently push on the top of
the touch pad to raise the set point temperature or on the
bottom to lower the set point temperature. Note: the
temperature scale – ºF or ºC – can be selected in step 5.
After selecting the desired set point, press on the right side
once of the touch pad to move to Operating Mode Set Up.
Operating Mode Set Up
The SeaMach™ unit has five modes of operation – Auto, Cool Only, Heat Only, Fan Only and the
Dehumidification Mode. Press either the top or the bottom of the touch pad to select the desired mode.
Note: the Auto mode is recommended for normal operation.
Auto – The SeaMach™ unit will automatically heat or cool, depending upon the set point temperature.
Cool – The SeaMach™ unit will only operate in the cooling mode.
Heat - The SeaMach™ unit will only operate in the heating mode.
Fan Only – The fan in the SeaMach™ unit will run to provide air circulation in the cabin, but no heating
or cooling will be provided.
Dehumidification Mode – This mode is recommended when the boat is going to be unoccupied for
more than 48 hours during warm or hot seasons. In the Dehumidification mode, the SeaMach™ unit will
operate in the cooling mode for 15 minutes every 6 hours to remove moisture from the cabin. The unit
will only operate if the cabin temperature is 67°F (19°C) or above.
To proceed to Fan Mode Set Up, press the right side of the touch pad.
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Fan Mode Set Up
In the Fan Mode, there are three selections – Manual, Auto and Continuous. Select Manual, Auto or
Continuous by pressing the top or the bottom of the touch pad.
In the Manual mode, a constant fan speed is selected; the desired fan speed is selected in Fan Speed
Selection Set Up (next screen).
If Auto is selected, the fan will automatically change speeds, depending on the difference between the
temperature in the cabin and the set point temperature. The fan will start on maximum speed. As the
cabin temperature approaches the set point temperature, the fan will slow down to the minimum set
speed. The minimum speed is selected in Fan Speed Selection (next screen). Auto is the recommended
Fan Mode selection.
In Continuous mode, the compressor will cycle on and off depending on the temperature in the cabin,
but the fan will run continuously.
To move to Fan Speed Set Up, press on the right side of the touch pad.
Fan Speed Set Up
In the previous Fan Mode, either Manual or Auto was selected.
If Manual was selected, set the desired fan speed by pressing the top or bottom of the touch pad. In this
mode the fan remains at a constant speed and does not vary. The number indicates the fan speed on a
scale from 1-28.
If Auto, was selected in the Fan Mode, now select the Low Fan Speed. The lower the setting, the longer
it takes to reach the set point temperature. The number indicates the fan speed on a scale of 1-28.
To move to Temperature Scale Set Up, press on the right side of the touch pad.
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Temperature Scale Set Up
The temperature can be displayed in either Fahrenheit or Centigrade by pressing the top or bottom of the
touch pad.
To move to Air Sensor Set Up, press the right side of the touch pad.
Air Sensor Set up
The SeaMach™ OLED display has an internal temperature sensor. In some installations this sensor may
be affected by an external heat source. An optional remote sensor can be installed to provide a more
accurate sensing of the cabin temperature. If you do not have a remote air sensor, select “INT” by
pressing the top or bottom of the touch pad. If there is a remote sensor, select “OPT”.
Note: If OPT is selected without connecting the remote sensor, an alarm notice will be displayed.
This completes the set up of your MachAir™ OLED controller. To have the controller accept your
selections, do not press the 4 position touch pad for 10 seconds and the controller will automatically exit
the program mode.
Operating Screens
Cooling Screen
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Dehumidification Screen
Defrost Screen
Defrost - Under certain conditions in the cooling mode, ice may form on the indoor coil. A dirty filter or
restricted air flow can cause ice to form on the coil. To prevent excessive ice formation, the fan will
continue to run, but the compressor will automatically turn off until the temperature of the coil rises to
the factory set temperature. When this temperature is reached, the SeaMach™ unit will automatically
resume normal operation.
Alarms
In addition to controlling the temperature, the MachAir™ OLED controller also monitors the operation
of the SeaMach™ unit and will display fault conditions. If a problem is detected, a message will be
displayed on the screen. Once an alarm has been detected, it is necessary to turn power off to the
SeaMach unit at the breaker and then restore power to the unit to clear the alarm.
Low Voltage - The display will show Low Voltage if low voltage is detected for 10 seconds. For 115
volt units, the low voltage threshold is 93 volts; for 230 volts the threshold is 185 volts. These limits are
factory set and cannot be changed.
Sensor INT - The display will show SENSOR INT when the built–in sensor in the MachAir OLED
display is defective. If this display persists, contact Marvair or your local SeaMach service center.
Sensor OPT - The display will show SENSOR OPT (optional) when the remote sensor is defective or if
the remote sensor was selected in the Air Sensor set up, but a remote sensor is not connected. If this
display persists, contact Marvair or your local SeaMach service center.
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LP (Low Refrigerant Pressure) or HP (High Refrigerant Pressure) - When either LP or HP is
displayed, the SeaMach unit will turn off and try to restart after 3 minutes. If there is a second LP or HP
fault, the SeaMach unit will shut down and LP or HP will be displayed. High pressure is most often due
to inadequate water flow. Check the overboard water discharge and the pump fuse.
Low pressure is frequently due to inadequate or restricted air flow, e.g., a dirty filter or closed supply air
grilles. Contact Marvair or your local SeaMach service center.
Sensor Coil - The display will show COIL SENSOR when the defrost sensor is defective or not properly
installed. If this display persists, contact Marvair® or your local SeaMach™ service center.
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Instructions for the Manual Thermostat for use with SeaMach models SPM or
SCM.
Cooling Cycle
1. Set the compressor time delay to 3 minutes
2. Adjust the cooling temperature set point on the thermostat higher than the cabin temperature.
3. Slowly lower the thermostat’s cooling set point until the set point is below the cabin temperature.
The blower, compressor and pump should be operating.
4. Close all doors and hatches.
5. Allow the unit to operate 10 minutes.
6. After 10 minutes, there should be a 15°F (8°C) to 20°F (11°C) difference in the supply and return air
temperatures.
Heating Cycle
Note: Do not turn unit “OFF” and then immediately back “ON”. Wait three minutes to
allow refrigerant pressures to equalize.
1. Adjust the heating temperature set point on the display module or the thermostat higher than the
cabin’s temperature.
2. Slowly raise the thermostat’s heating set point until the set point is above the cabin temperature. The
blower, compressor and pump should be operating.
3. Close all doors and hatches.
4. Allow the unit to operate 5 minutes.
5. After 5 minutes there should be a 15°F (8°C) to 25°F (11°C) difference in the supply and return air
temperature.
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Chapter 5 - Winterizing the System
There are two scenarios for winterizing the system – the boat remains in the water or the boat is
out of the water, in dry dock storage. Please follow the procedures described below for your situation.
Boat remains in the water
In water storage requires the use of a potable anti-freeze solution throughout the system’s water supply
and discharge lines. Be sure to follow all state, local and federal ordinances before discharging an antifreeze solution overboard.
1. Close ball valve.
2. Disconnect water line at ball valve.
3. Insert line into a bucket of potable anti-freeze.
4. Run air conditioner until a solid stream of anti-freeze is being discharged overboard.
5. Reconnect water line at ball valve.
Boat is out of water in dry dock
With the boat out of the water:
1. Open the seacock to permit all the water to drain out of system via the thru-hull fitting.
2. Remove and empty the seawater strainer basin.
3. Loosen the screws on the pump head to allow the water to drain from the pump and from the water
line between the pump and strainer.
4. Close the seacock.
When the boat is put back into the water in the spring:
1. Gradually open the seacock to allow water to fill the system to the level of the pump.
2. Tighten the pump face to achieve a seal.
3. When pump is primed, open the seacock valve completely.
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Chapter 6 – Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting Guide
PROBLEM/SYMPTOM
The unit does not
operate.
LIKELY CAUSE(S)
1. Power supply problem.
2. Tripped breaker/disconnect.
3. Thermostat
Blower runs but
compressor does not
start.
1. Power supply problem.
2. Thermostat
3. Safety switches are
tripping out unit.
4. Loose or defective
wires.
5. Compressor
6. Refrigerant leakage or
loss.
7. Control board
Compressor runs, but
blower will not run.
8. Compressor Run
Capacitor
1. Blower motor capacitor
2. Blower motor.
3. Power supply problem.
4. Control board
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CORRECTION
1. Check voltage at power supply. Check wiring to
unit and external breakers or fuses.
2. Check circuit protection devices for continuity.
3. Setpoint may be too high if in cooling mode or too
low if in heating mode; check unit and reset.
Thermostat may be out of calibration or otherwise
defective. Also check for loose connection(s).
1. Check voltage at power supply. Voltage at unit
must be + 10% of rated nameplate voltage.
2. Check the thermostat and unit for loose wires.
Secure any loose connection. Check location of
sensor and make sure that it does not touch the
indoor coil. The sensor and/or thermostat should
be replaced if defective.
3. Check for water flow. Check refrigerant charge.
Check switches for loose wire connection, broken
or burned contacts.
4. Tug on wires to see if they will separate from their
connections. Replace terminals if they are loose
or weak.
5. Check for electrical shorts, ground and open
circuits. Replace compressor if defective. If
electrical checks are ok, install a start capacitor
and direct wire to see if the compressor will start.
If this fails, remove and replace the compressor.
6. Locate leak(s), reclaim, repair, evacuate and
recharge unit with refrigerant.
7. Verify that power is being provided from the
control board. Replace control board if it is
defective.
8. Verify capacitance, check for electrical shorts and
ground. If defective, replace.
1. Verify capacitance, check for electrical shorts and
ground. If defective, replace.
2. Check for electrical shorts, ground and open
circuits. Replace blower motor if it is defective.
3. Check voltage at power supply. Voltage at unit
must be + 10% of rated nameplate voltage.
4. Verify that power is being provided from the
control board. Replace control board if it is
defective.
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PROBLEM/SYMPTOM
Unit provides
insufficient cooling.
LIKELY CAUSE(S)
1. Restriction in water
system.
2. Water pump.
3. Air filter.
4. Indoor coil.
5. Ice on indoor coil.
6. Unit is undersized
Unit provides
insufficient heating.
7.Low refrigerant
1. Restriction in water
system.
2. Water pump.
3. Air filter.
4. Indoor coil.
5. Unit is undersized.
6. Water temperature.
7. Reversing valve.
8. Low refrigerant
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CORRECTION
1. Strainer or thru-hull fitting are clogged. Clean and
check for water flow. Make sure seacock (ball
valve) is open.
2. Check for electrical shorts, ground and open
circuits. Replace water pump if it is defective.
Replace water pump if it is undersized.
3. Clean or replace the air filter if it is dirty.
4. The indoor coil may require cleaning if the unit
was operated without a filter.
5. Thermostat setting is too low. Shut down unit until
ice has melted and restart at a higher temperature
setting.
6. Check if the unit is undersized for the load.
Replace with larger unit or add additional unit(s) if
necessary.
7. Add refrigerant
1. Strainer or thru-hull fitting are clogged. Clean and
check for water flow. Make sure seacock (ball
valve) is open.
2. Check for electrical shorts, ground and open
circuits. Replace water pump if it is defective or
undersized.
3. Clean or replace the air filter if it is dirty.
4. The indoor coil may require cleaning if the unit
was operated without a filter.
5. Check if the unit is undersized for the load.
Replace with larger unit or add additional unit(s) if
necessary.
6. Check water inlet temperature using a
thermometer. The inlet water temperature should
never be below 50°F.
7. Check for power to the solenoid coil, verify that
the coil is functional. If the unit still does not
switch to heating, replace the reversing valve,
evacuate and recharge the unit.
8. Add refrigerant
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PROBLEM/SYMPTOM
Noise operation.
LIKELY CAUSE(S)
1. Copper tubing is
vibrating.
2. Indoor blower assembly.
Water is leaking from
unit.
3. Loose cabinet or
components.
4. Improper unit
installation.
1. Condensate pan.
2. Condensate drain line
or pump.
3. Loose fittings or
connections.
Electrical shock at unit.
1. Electrical component is
shorted to ground.
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CORRECTION
1. Adjust by bending slightly to a more stable
position. Separate any tubing that is making
contact with other tubing or components.
2. If blower wheel is hitting housing, adjust the wheel
position in the housing. Replace blower motor or
assembly if the bearing(s) are defective.
3. Check and tighten loose screws.
4. Make sure unit is level and secure to deck.
1. Check for leaks and repair as required.
2. Check for leaks and repair as required.
3. Tighten fittings and connections. Check the
condensate drain line for leaks.
1. Check control board, blower motor, compressor
and pumps with an ohmmeter or high potential
tester. Determine what is grounded and replace
or rewire.
2. Line trip is too sensitive
Page 17 of 24
SeaMach™ Reverse Cycle Air Conditioners
Alarm Screens – MachAir™ OLED only
PROBLEM/SYMPTOM
Low Voltage
Int. Air Sensor
Sensor OPT
LPS (low refrigerant
pressure) in cooling
mode or HPS (high
refrigerant pressure) in
heating mode
LPS (low refrigerant
pressure) in heating
mode or HPS (high
refrigerant pressure) in
cooling mode
Coil Sensor
LIKELY CAUSE(S)
1. Insufficient power to unit.
1. The internal air sensor in the
display is defective.
1. The optional remote sensor is
not connected.
2. Internal sensor was selected
in the programming mode, but
a remote sensor is not
installed.
3. Remote sensor is not properly
connected.
4. Remote sensor is defective.
1. Blocked or severely restricted
air flow.
2. Improper refrigerant charge
1. Inadequate water flow
2. Defective pump
1. Frost sensor not properly
installed.
2. Defective frost sensor
SeaMach Owner’s Manual 5/05
CORRECTION
1. Check power supply to the unit.
1. Replace display. Contact Marvair or your
local SeaMach representative.
1. Install the remote sensor.
2. Change OPT to INT in the air sensor SET
UP.
3. Connect remote sensor properly.
4. Replace sensor. Contact Marvair or your
local SeaMach representative.
1. Clean filter, open any closed grilles and
checked for kinks in duct work.
2. Contact Marvair or your local SeaMach
representative.
1. Check strainer. Clean if necessary. Check
for kinked water lines. Make sure the pump
is primed.
2. Replace pump
1. Properly attach the frost sensor.
2. Replace the frost sensor.
Page 18 of 24
SeaMach™ Reverse Cycle Air Conditioners
Chapter 7 – Spare Parts List
THERMOSTAT PARTS LIST
MACHAIR™
OLED
MACHAIR™ 1
DESCRIPTION
Control Board
Display, Black
Display, White
Display, Beige with Cover
Display, Manual
Display Cable, 15 Ft.
Air Sensor
Control Board
Display
Frost Sensor
Remote Mount Temperature
Sensor and 20 Ft. Cable
SPMxxRCB SPMxxRCA SPMxxRCF
SCMxxRCB SCMxxRCA SCMxxRCF
80525
80525
80525
80527
80527
80527
80528
80528
80528
80529
80529
80529
80519
80519
80519
80526
80526
80526
70347
70347
70347
SPBxxRCB
SCBxxRCB
80525
80527
80528
80529
--80526
70347
SPBxxRCA
SCBxxRCA
80525
80527
80528
80529
--80526
70347
SPBxxRCF
SCBxxRCF
80525
80527
80528
80529
--80526
70347
80505
80518
70331
80506
80518
70331
80506
80518
70331
80505
80518
70331
80506
80518
70331
80506
80518
70331
80510
80510
80510
80510
80510
80510
SPB16RCBL
SPB16RCBL
10229
50265
SPB18RCBR
SPB18RCBL
10256
50315
REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST - SPBxxRCB
ITEM
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
DESCRIPTION
Compressor
Capacitor, Compressor
Motor Protector, Compressor
Texas Instruments P/N
Indoor Coil, R.H. Unit
Indoor Coil, L.H. Unit
Motor/Blower Assembly, Standard
Motor/Blower Assembly, High Static
Capacitor, Blower Motor, Standard
Capacitor, Blower Motor, High Static
Distributor, with Screen
Tube, Capillary (Qty)
Heat Exchanger
Valve, Reversing
Coil, Reversing Valve
Switch, High Pressure
Switch, Low Pressure
Plenum, Adapter Ring
Hose Adapter, Blower (Optional)
Filter, Return Air
SeaMach Owner’s Manual 5/05
SPB05RCBL
10257
50296
SPB07RCBR
SPB07RCBL
10239
50296
SPB10RCBR
SPB10RCBL
10012
50265
SPB12RCBR
SPB12RCBL
10067
50265
MRA5731-114 MRA4761-114 MRA4760-114 MRA4759-117
n/a
60127
30061
n/a
50308
n/a
None
81224
60126
20279A
20278A
70080
70047
None
None
60087
60119
30053
30047
50308
50303
20276
81032 (Two)
60091
20279A
20278A
70080
70047
01316
90134 (5")
81291
Internal
60088
60089
60090
60090
60121
60122
60123
60123
30049
30049
30052
30056
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
50301
50301
50298
50298
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
20276
20275
20275
20294
81224 (Two) 81032 (Three) 81224 (Three) 80950 (Three)
60092
60092
60092
60092
20280A
20280A
20280A
20280A
20278A
20278A
20278A
20278A
70080
70080
70080
70080
70047
70047
70047
70047
01317
01317
01317
01317
90135 (6")
90135 (6")
90136 (7")
90136 (7")
81289
81289
81288
81288
Page 19 of 24
SeaMach™ Reverse Cycle Air Conditioners
REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST - SPBxxRCA
ITEM
1
2
DESCRIPTION
Compressor
Capacitor, Compressor
Motor Protector, Compressor
Texas Instruments P/N
Indoor Coil, R.H. Unit
Indoor Coil, L.H. Unit
Motor/Blower Assembly, Standard
Motor/Blower Assembly, High Static
Capacitor, Blower Motor, Standard
Capacitor, Blower Motor, High Static
Distributor, with Screen (Qty)
Tube, Capillary (Qty)
Heat Exchanger
Valve, Reversing
Coil, Reversing Valve
Switch, High Pressure
Switch, Low Pressure
Plenum, Adapter Ring
Hose Adapter, Blower (Optional)
Filter, Return Air
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
SPB07RCAR
SPB07RCAL
51450
50306
SPB10RCAR
SPB10RCAL
10081
50306
MRA5472-114 MRA4765-114
60087
60119
30054
30046
50307
50302
20276
81032 (Two)
60091
20279A
50232A
70080
70047
01316
90134 (5")
81291
60088
60121
30048
n/a
50299
n/a
20276
81224 (Two)
60092
20280A
50232A
70080
70047
01317
90135 (6")
81289
SPB12RCAR
SPB12RCAL
10082
50265
SPB16RCAL
SPB16RCAL
10228
50265
SPB18RCAR
SPB18RCAL
10007
50265
MRA4763-114
SPB24RCAR
SPB24RCAL
10223
50280
Internal
60089
60090
60090
60118
60122
60123
60123
60124
30048
30051
30057
30059
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
50299
50297
50297
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
20275
20275
20294
20275 (Two)
81032 (Three) 81224 (Three) 80950 (Three) 81032 (Six)
60092
60092
60092
60117
20280A
20280A
20280A
20220A
50232A
50232A
50232A
50232A
70080
70080
70080
70080
70047
70047
70047
70047
01317
01317
01317
01317
90135 (6")
90136 (7")
90136 (7")
90136 (7")
81289
81288
81288
81288
REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST - SCBxxRCB
ITEM
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
DESCRIPTION
Compressor
Capacitor, Compressor
Motor Protector, Compressor
Texas Instruments P/N
Indoor Coil, R.H. Unit
Indoor Coil, L.H. Unit
Motor/Blower Assembly, Standard
Motor/Blower Assembly, High Static
Capacitor, Blower Motor, Standard
Capacitor, Blower Motor, High Static
Distributor, with Screen
Tube, Capillary (Qty)
Heat Exchanger
Valve, Reversing
Coil, Reversing Valve
Switch, High Pressure
Switch, Low Pressure
Plenum, Adapter Ring
Hose Adapter, Blower (Optional)
Filter, Return Air
SeaMach Owner’s Manual 5/05
SCB07RCBR
SCB07RCBL
10247
50296
SCB10RCBR
SCB10RCBL
10250
50296
SCB12RCBR
SCB12RCBL
10248
50265
SCB16RCBL
SCB16RCBL
10249
50265
MRA5731-114 MRA5723-114 MRA5784-113 MRA4759-117
60087
60119
30053
30047
50308
50303
20276
81032 (Two)
60091
20279A
20278A
70080
70047
01316
90134 (5")
81291
60088
60121
30049
n/a
50301
n/a
20276
81224 (Two)
60092
20280A
20278A
70080
70047
01317
90135 (6")
81289
60089
60090
60122
60123
30049
30052
n/a
n/a
50301
50298
n/a
n/a
20275
20275
81032 (Three) 81224 (Three)
60092
60092
20280A
20280A
20278A
20278A
70080
70080
70047
70047
01317
01317
90135 (6")
90136 (7")
81289
81288
Page 20 of 24
SeaMach™ Reverse Cycle Air Conditioners
REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST - SCBxxRCF
ITEM
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
SCB07RCFR
SCB07RCFL
10245
50265
DESCRIPTION
Compressor
Capacitor, Compressor
Motor Protector, Compressor
Texas Instruments P/N
Indoor Coil, R.H. Unit
Indoor Coil, L.H. Unit
Motor/Blower Assembly, Standard
Motor/Blower Assembly, High Static
Capacitor, Blower Motor, Standard
Capacitor, Blower Motor, High Static
Distributor, with Screen (Qty)
Tube, Capillary (Qty)
Heat Exchanger
Valve, Reversing
Coil, Reversing Valve
Switch, High Pressure
Switch, Low Pressure
Plenum, Adapter Ring
Hose Adapter, Blower (Optional)
Filter, Return Air
SCB10RCFR
SCB10RCFL
10246
50265
SCB12RCFR
SCB12RCFL
10243
50265
SCB16RCFL
SCB16RCFL
10244
50265
MSP28APW-114 MRA1723-114 MST16AHZ-112 MST16AHW-112
60087
60119
30054
30046
50307
50302
20276
81032 (Two)
60091
20279A
50232A
70080
70047
01316
90134 (5")
81291
60088
60121
30048
n/a
50299
n/a
20276
81224 (Two)
60092
20280A
50232A
70080
70047
01317
90135 (6")
81289
60089
60122
30048
n/a
50299
n/a
20275
81032 (Three)
60092
20280A
50232A
70080
70047
01317
90135 (6")
81289
60090
60123
30051
n/a
50297
n/a
20275
81224 (Three)
60092
20280A
50232A
70080
70047
01317
90136 (7")
81288
REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST - SPMxxRCB
ITEM
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
DESCRIPTION
Compressor
Capacitor, Compressor
Motor Protector, Compressor
Texas Instruments P/N
Indoor Coil, R.H. Unit
Indoor Coil, L.H. Unit
Motor/Blower Assembly, Standard
Motor/Blower Assembly, High Static
Capacitor, Blower Motor, Standard
Capacitor, Blower Motor, High Static
Distributor, with Screen
Tube, Capillary (Qty)
Heat Exchanger
Valve, Reversing
Coil, Reversing Valve
Switch, High Pressure
Switch, Low Pressure
Plenum, Adapter Ring
Hose Adapter, Blower (Optional)
Transformer, 40 VA
Contactor, Compressor and Pump
Relay, Indoor Blower
Terminal Block (Qty)
Ground Lug
Thermostat, Heat Pump, ICM
Filter, Return Air
SeaMach Owner’s Manual 5/05
SPM05RCBL
10257
50296
SPM07RCBR
SPM07RCBL
10239
50296
SPM10RCBR
SPM10RCBL
10012
50265
SPM12RCBR
SPM12RCBL
10067
50265
SPM16RCBL
SPM16RCBL
10229
50265
MRA5731-114 MRA4761-114 MRA4760-114 MRA4759-117
n/a
60087
60127
60119
30061
30053
n/a
30047
50308
50308
n/a
50303
None
20276
81224
81032 (Two)
60126
60091
20279A
20279A
20278A
20278A
70080
70080
70047
70047
None
01316
None
90134 (5")
50203
50203
50104
50104
50023
50023
80812 (Two) 80812 (Two)
80271
80271
50121
50121
81291
60088
60121
30049
n/a
50301
n/a
20276
81224 (Two)
60092
20280A
20278A
70080
70047
01317
90135 (6")
50203
50104
50023
80812 (Two)
80271
50121
81289
SPM18RCBR
SPM18RCBL
10256
50315
Internal
60089
60090
60090
60122
60123
60123
30049
30052
30056
n/a
n/a
n/a
50301
50298
50298
n/a
n/a
n/a
20275
20275
20294
81032 (Three) 81224 (Three) 80950 (Three)
60092
60092
60092
20280A
20280A
20280A
20278A
20278A
20278A
70080
70080
70080
70047
70047
70047
01317
01317
01317
90135 (6")
90136 (7")
90136 (7")
50203
50203
50203
50104
50104
50104
50023
50023
50023
80812 (Two) 80812 (Two) 80812 (Two)
80271
80271
80271
50121
50121
50121
81289
81288
81288
Page 21 of 24
SeaMach™ Reverse Cycle Air Conditioners
REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST - SPMxxRCA
ITEM
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
DESCRIPTION
Compressor
Capacitor, Compressor
Motor Protector, Compressor
Texas Instruments P/N
Indoor Coil, R.H. Unit
Indoor Coil, L.H. Unit
Motor/Blower Assembly, Standard
Motor/Blower Assembly, High Static
Capacitor, Blower Motor, Standard
Capacitor, Blower Motor, High Static
Distributor, with Screen
Tube, Capillary (Qty)
Heat Exchanger
Valve, Reversing
Coil, Reversing Valve
Switch, High Pressure
Switch, Low Pressure
Plenum, Adapter Ring
Hose Adapter, Blower (Optional)
Transformer, 40 VA
Relay, Compressor and Pump
Relay, Indoor Blower
Terminal Block (Qty)
Ground Lug
Thermostat, Heat Pump, ICM
Filter, Return Air
SPM07RCAR
SPM07RCAL
51450
50306
SPM10RCAR
SPM10RCAL
10081
50306
SPM12RCAR
SPM12RCAL
10082
50265
MRA5472-114 MRA4765-114
60087
60119
30054
30046
50307
50302
20276
81032 (Two)
60091
20279A
50232A
70080
70047
01316
90134 (5")
50203
50023
50023
80812 (Two)
80271
50121
81291
60088
60121
30048
n/a
50299
n/a
20276
81224 (Two)
60092
20280A
50232A
70080
70047
01317
90135 (6")
50203
50023
50023
80812 (Two)
80271
50121
81289
SPM16RCAL
SPM16RCAL
10228
50265
MRA4763-114
SPM18RCAR
SPM18RCAL
10007
50265
SPM24RCAR
SPM24RCAL
10223
50280
Internal
60089
60090
60090
60118
60122
60123
60123
60124
30048
30051
30057
30059
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
50299
50297
50297
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
20275
20275
20294
20275 (Two)
81032 (Three) 81224 (Three) 80950 (Three) 81032 (Six)
60092
60092
60092
60117
20280A
20280A
20280A
20220A
50232A
50232A
50232A
50232A
70080
70080
70080
70080
70047
70047
70047
70047
01317
01317
01317
01317
90135 (6")
90136 (7")
90136 (7")
90136 (7")
50203
50203
50203
50203
50023
50023
50023
50023
50023
50023
50023
50023
80812 (Two) 80812 (Two) 80812 (Two) 80812 (Two)
80271
80271
80271
80271
50121
50121
50121
50121
81289
81288
81288
81288
REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST - SCMxxRCF
ITEM
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
DESCRIPTION
Compressor
Capacitor, Compressor
Motor Protector, Compressor
Texas Instruments P/N
Indoor Coil, R.H. Unit
Indoor Coil, L.H. Unit
Motor/Blower Assembly, Standard
Motor/Blower Assembly, High Static
Capacitor, Blower Motor, Standard
Capacitor, Blower Motor, High Static
Distributor, with Screen
Tube, Capillary (Qty)
Heat Exchanger
Valve, Reversing
Coil, Reversing Valve
Switch, High Pressure
Switch, Low Pressure
Plenum, Adapter Ring
Hose Adapter, Blower (Optional)
Transformer, 40 VA
Relay, Compressor and Pump
Relay, Indoor Blower
Terminal Block (Qty)
Ground Lug
Thermostat, Heat Pump, ICM
Filter, Return Air
SeaMach Owner’s Manual 5/05
SCM07RCFR
SCM07RCFL
10245
50265
SCM10RCFR
SCM10RCFL
10246
50265
SCM12RCFR
SCM12RCFL
10243
50265
SCM16RCFL
SCM16RCFL
10244
50265
MSP28APW-114 MRA1723-114 MST16AHZ-112 MST16AHW-112
60087
60119
30054
30046
50307
50302
20276
81032 (Two)
60091
20279A
50232A
70080
70047
01316
90134 (5")
50203
50023
50023
80812 (Two)
80271
50121
81291
60088
60121
30048
n/a
50299
n/a
20276
81224 (Two)
60092
20280A
50232A
70080
70047
01317
90135 (6")
50203
50023
50023
80812 (Two)
80271
50121
81289
60089
60122
30048
n/a
50299
n/a
20275
81032 (Three)
60092
20280A
50232A
70080
70047
01317
90135 (6")
50203
50023
50023
80812 (Two)
80271
50121
81289
60090
60123
30051
n/a
50297
n/a
20275
81224 (Three)
60092
20280A
50232A
70080
70047
01317
90136 (7")
50203
50023
50023
80812 (Two)
80271
50121
81288
Page 22 of 24
SeaMach™ Reverse Cycle Air Conditioners
Chapter 8 – Warranty
Marvair® SeaMach™ Self-Contained and Split Systems Warranty
Parts
If any part of your Marvair SeaMach unit fails because of a manufacturing defect within twentyseven months from the date of original shipment by Marvair or within twenty-four months from the date
of original start-up, whichever is the later date, Marvair will furnish without charge, EXW Cordele,
Georgia, the required replacement part.
In addition, if the air coil fails because of a manufacturing defect within sixty-three months from the
date of original shipment by Marvair or within sixty months from the date of original start-up,
whichever is the later date, Marvair will furnish without charge, EXW Cordele, Georgia, the required
replacement coil.
In addition, if any stainless steel component fails because of a manufacturing defect within one
hundred twenty three months from the date of original shipment by Marvair or within one hundred
twenty months from the date of original start-up, whichever is the later date, Marvair will furnish
without charge, EXW Cordele, Georgia, the required replacement part.
In addition, if the display or PC board in the SeaMach unit, models SPB or SCB, fails because of a
manufacturing defect within thirty-nine months from the date of original shipment by Marvair or within
thirty-six months from the date of original start-up, whichever is the later date, Marvair will furnish
without charge, EXW Cordele, Georgia, the required replacement part.
In addition, if the thermostat used with the SeaMach unit, models SPM or SCM, fails because of a
manufacturing defect within fifteen months from the date of original shipment by Marvair or within
twelve months from the date of original start-up, whichever is the later date, Marvair will furnish
without charge, EXW Cordele, Georgia, the required replacement part.
Any incidental supplies, e.g. filters, driers, fuses, are not included. The owner must provide proof of
the date of the original start-up. The owner’s registration card filed with Marvair, the date of the
purchase of the vessel, an invoice, or similar document are examples of proof of the date of the original
start-up.
Labor
If any part of your Marvair SeaMach air conditioner fails because of a manufacturing defect within
fifteen months from the date of original shipment by Marvair or within twelve months from the date of
original start-up, whichever is the earlier date, Marvair will pay for the related service labor to replace
the failed part according to the Marvair labor rate schedule currently in effect. The owner must provide
proof of the date of the original start-up. The owner’s registration card filed with Marvair, the date of the
purchase of the vessel, an invoice, or similar document are examples of proof of the date of the original
start-up.
When service is required, it must be performed during normal working hours (8:00 a.m. to 5:00
p.m.) Monday through Friday and must be performed by Marvair personnel or their designated Service
Representative.
SeaMach Owner’s Manual 5/05
Page 23 of 24
SeaMach™ Reverse Cycle Air Conditioners
The responsibility of the Owner of the Equipment includes the following:
1. To operate the equipment according to the manufacturer's instructions.
2. To provide easy accessibility for service.
3. To check and reset circuit breaker(s) and disconnect before calling for service. (Circuit
breaker(s) may be in the main service panel.)
4. To keep the unit clean and free of dirt.
5. To clean and/or replace the filter as required. (The filter may be located in the return air filter
grille or in front of the evaporator coil.)
6. To keep the evaporator coil clean and the condenser coil free of sediment or scale.
7. To pay the charges incurred when any of the above have not been done.
8. To pay for repair or replacement of any material or part other than those within the Marvair
unit or thermostat itself.
9. To check any fuses on the circuit board and replace as required.
The owner of the product may ship the allegedly defective or malfunctioning product or part to
Marvair, at such owner’s expense, and Marvair will diagnose the defect and, if the defect is covered
under this warranty, Marvair will honor its warranty and furnish the required replacement part. All costs
for shipment and risk of loss during shipment of the product or part to Marvair and back to the owner
shall be the responsibility and liability of the owner. Upon request by an owner, Marvair may arrange
for remote diagnosis and repair of the allegedly defective or malfunctioning product or part.
An owner requesting performance under this Warranty shall provide reasonable access to the
allegedly defective or malfunctioning product to Marvair and its authorized agents and employees.
This warranty does not cover damage caused by improper installation including any refrigerant leaks
in the tubing and fittings between the evaporator and condenser sections on split systems; misuse of
equipment; negligent servicing; damage due to use of the product for purposes other than those for
which it was designed; damage caused by natural disasters, power surges, lightning and submersion;
damage caused by unauthorized modifications; and damage caused by improper wiring or power supply
to the air conditioner including operating the unit with an undersized generator.
THIS WARRANTY AND SERVICE POLICY CONSTITUTE THE EXCLUSIVE REMEDY
OF ANY PURCHASER OF A MARVAIR REVERSE CYCLE AIR CONDITIONER AND IS IN
LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING,
WITHOUT LIMITATION, ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR
FITNESS FOR USE, TO THE FULLEST EXTENT PERMITTED BY LAW. IN NO EVENT
SHALL ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR USE
EXCEED THE TERMS OF THE APPLICABLE WARRANTY STATED ABOVE AND
MARVAIR SHALL HAVE NO OTHER OBLIGATION OR LIABILITY. IN NO EVENT
SHALL MARVAIR BE LIABLE FOR INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES OR
MONETARY DAMAGES.
THIS WARRANTY GIVES YOU SPECIFIC LEGAL RIGHTS, AND YOU MAY ALSO HAVE
OTHER RIGHTS WHICH VARY FROM STATE-TO-STATE. Some states do not allow limitations or
exclusions, so the above limitations and exclusions may not apply to you.
4/05 Rev. 2
SeaMach Owner’s Manual 5/05
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