Amana PTC093E35AXXXAB Specifications

Service
Instructions
PACKAGE TERMINAL
AIR CONDITIONERS & HEAT PUMPS
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This manual is to be used by qualified HVAC technicians only. Goodman does not assume any responsibility for
property damage or personal injury for improper service procedures done by an unqualified person.
RS4200003 Rev. 1
October 2005
INDEX
PRODUCT IDENTIFICATION ........................................................................................................ 4
SPECIFICATIONS ......................................................................................................................... 5
PROPER INSTALLATION ........................................................................................................... 12
WALL SLEEVE INSTALLATION ........................................................................................................................... 12
FRONT REMOVAL ................................................................................................................................................ 14
CHASSIS INSTALLATION .................................................................................................................................... 15
WIRING ................................................................................................................................................................. 15
OPERATING CONTROLS ..................................................................................................................................... 16
SCHEMATICS BASED ON 1 STAGE COOL,
2 STAGE HEAT MECHANICAL THERMOSTATS ....................................................................... 17
CONFIGURATION SETTINGS ............................................................................................................................... 22
MAINTENANCE ........................................................................................................................... 24
OPERATIONS .............................................................................................................................. 27
SEQUENCE OF OPERATION ................................................................................................................................ 27
SERVICING ................................................................................................................................. 32
DIGITAL BOARD DIAGNOSTICS ......................................................................................................................... 40
DISASSEMBLY ........................................................................................................................... 50
SCHEMATICS ............................................................................................................................. 52
WARNING
THIS AIR CONDITIONER IS NOT MEANT TO PROVIDE
UNATTENDED COOLING OR LIFE SUPPORT FOR
PERSONS OR ANIMALS WHO ARE UNABLE TO
REACT TO THE FAILURE OF THIS PRODUCT.
THE FAILURE OF AN UNATTENDED AIR CONDITIONER MAY RESULT IN EXTREME HEAT IN THE CONDITIONED SPACE CAUSING OVERHEATING OR
DEATH OF PERSONS OR ANIMALS.
PRECAUTIONS MUST BE TAKEN TO WARN OF OR
GUARD AGAINST SUCH AN OCCURENCE.
2
WARNING
TO PREVENT PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH DUE TO
ELECTRICAL SHOCK, UNPLUG THE UNIT AT THE
WALL OUTLET OR TURN OFF POWER AT THE FUSE
BOX OR CIRCUIT BREAKER BEFORE SERVICING
THE UNIT. LINE VOLTAGE WILL BE PRESENT AT
THE CONTROL BOARD, TERMINALS L1 AND L2,
WHENEVER POWER IS APPLIED TO THE UNIT
REGARDLESS OF THE MASTER SWITCH POSITION.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION
Pride and workmanship go into every product to provide our customers with quality products. It is possible, however, that
during its lifetime a product may require service. Products should be serviced only by a qualified service technician who
is familiar with the safety procedures required in the repair and who is equipped with the proper tools, parts, testing
instruments and the appropriate service manual. REVIEW ALL SERVICE INFORMATION IN THE APPROPRIATE
SERVICE MANUAL BEFORE BEGINNING REPAIRS.
IMPORTANT NOTICES
WARNING
CAUTION
IF REPAIRS ARE ATTEMPTED BY UNQUALIFIED PERSONS, DANGEROUS
CONDITIONS (SUCH AS EXPOSURE TO ELECTRICAL SHOCK) MAY
RESULT. THIS MAY CAUSE SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH.
GOODMAN WILL NOT ASSUME RESPONSIBILITY FOR ANY INJURY OR
PROPERTY DAMAGE ARISING FROM IMPROPER SERVICE OR SERVICE
PROCEDURES. IF YOU PERFORM SERVICE ON YOUR OWN PRODUCT,
YOU ASSUME RESPONSIBILITY FOR ANY PERSONAL INJURY OR
PROPERTY DAMAGE WHICH MAY RESULT.
To locate an authorized servicer, please consult your telephone book or the dealer from whom you purchased this product.
For further assistance, please contact:
CONSUMER INFORMATION LINE
GOODMAN COMPANY, L.P. TOLL FREE
1-877-254-4729 (U.S. only)
email us at: customerservice@goodmanmfg.com
fax us at: (731) 856-1821
(Not a technical assistance line for dealers.)
Outside the U.S., call 1-713-861-2500.
(Not a technical assistance line for dealers.)
Your telephone company will bill you for the call.
RECOGNIZE SAFETY SYMBOLS, WORDS AND LABELS
DANGER
DANGER - Immediate hazards which WILL result in
severe personal injury or death.
WARNING
WARNING - Hazards or unsafe practices which COULD
result in severe personal injury or death.
CAUTION
CAUTION - Hazards or unsafe practices which COULD
result in minor personal injury or product or property damage.
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PRODUCT IDENTIFICATION
NT
E
12
A
35
A
3
*
A
Package
Engineering
Terminal Units
Revision
Model Type
E - Cooler
P - Heat Pump
Voltage
3 = 230/208-1-60
4 = 265-1-60
Option Code
Nominal Cooling Capacity
07: 7,000 Btuh
09: 9,000 Btuh
12: 12,000 Btuh
15: 15,000 Btuh
A = Standard Model
C = Seacoast Model
Electric Heat
25 = 2.5 kW
Design Series
PT
C
07
3
A
35
A
*
Engineering
Design Level
Package Terminal
A-L
Model Type
C = Cooler
H = Heat Pump
Cooling Capacity, BTUH
07 = 7000BTUH
09 = 9000BTUH
12 = 12000BTUH
15 = 15000BTUH
Voltage
2 = 115V 60HZ 1 PH
3 = 230/208V 60 HZ 1 PH
4 = 265V 60HZ 1 PH
5 = 240/220V 50 HZ 1 PH
Major Design Series
A
B
4
Special Feature Code
A = Standard Model
B = Power Vent
C = Sea Coast Model
D = Cond. Disposal Pump
F = Hydronic w/PowerVent and Door
G = Hydronic w/Power Door
H = Hydronic w/Manual Door
J = Power Door
K = Cond. Pump & Power Vent
L = Cond. Pump & Power Door
Heater Size
00 = 0.0 KW
15 = 1.5 KW
25 = 2.5 KW
35 = 3.5 KW (230/208V)
3.7KW (265V)
50 = 5.0 KW
SPECIFICATIONS
COOLING DATA (COOLING with ELECTRIC HEAT)
PTC073A**AA
Voltage
1&3
Capacity (BUTH)
PTC074A**AA
PTC093A**AA
PTC094A**AA
PTC123A**AA
PTC124A**AA
PTC153A**AA
PTC154A**AA
230/208
265
230/208
265
230/208
265
230/208
265
7,500/7,400
7,500
9,000/8,800
9,000
12,200/12,000
12,200
14,200/14,000
14,200
Amps
2.5/2.6
2.0
3.5/3.8
3.0
4.6/5.0
3.7
7.4/7.9
6.5
Watts
625/610
625
810/790
810
1,145/1,125
1,145
1,510/1,490
1,510
11.6
11.6
11.1
11.1
10.8
10.8
9.4
9.4
4.0
3.3
4.8
4.1
7.3
5.7
8.4
7.7
HIGH
220/215
220
220/215
220
290/270
290
325/315
325
LOW
175/155
175
175/155
175
220/190
220
250/220
250
EER
UNIT WITHOUT
ELECTRIC HEATER
Minimum Circuit Ampacity
2&4
Cool, Wet Coil
CFM
Dry Coil
HIGH
235/230
235
235/230
235
310/290
310
345/335
345
LOW
185/165
185
185/165
185
235/205
235
265/235
265
Ventilated Air
35
35
35
35
45
45
50
50
Dehumidification
(pints/hr)
1.9
1.9
2.7
2.7
3.8
3.8
4.4
4.4
Net Weight
110
110
120
120
130
130
140
140
Shipping Weight (approx.
lbs.)
130
130
140
140
150
150
160
160
PTH124A**AA
PTH153A**AA
PTH154A**AA
COOLING DATA (HEAT PUMP)
PTH073A**AA
1&3
Voltage
Capacity (BUTH)
PTH074A**AA
PTH093A**AA
PTH094A**AA
PTH123A**AA
230/208
265
230/208
265
230/208
265
230/208
265
7,400/7,200
7,400
9,000/8,800
9,000
12,000/11,600
12,000
14,000/13,800
14,000
Amps
2.5/2.6
2.0
3.5/3.8
3.0
4.6/5.0
3.7
7.4/7.9
6.5
Watts
625/610
625
810/790
810
1,145/1,125
1,145
1,490/1,470
1490
11.5
11.5
11.1
11.1
10.6
10.6
9.4
9.4
4.0
3.3
4.8
4.1
7.3
5.7
8.4
7.7
HIGH
220/215
220
220/215
220
290/270
290
325/315
325
LOW
175/155
175
175/155
175
220/190
220
250/220
250
EER
UNIT WITHOUT
ELECTRIC HEATER
2&4
Minimum Circuit Ampacity
Cool, Wet Coil
CFM
Dry Coil
HIGH
235/230
235
235/230
235
310/290
310
345/335
345
LOW
185/165
185
185/165
185
235/205
235
265/235
265
Ventilated Air
35
35
35
35
45
45
50
50
Dehumidification
(pints/hr)
1.9
1.9
2.7
2.7
3.8
3.8
4.4
4.4
Net Weight
110
110
120
120
130
130
140
140
Shipping Weight (approx.
lbs.)
130
130
140
140
150
150
160
160
NOTES:
1. All 265V models must use Amana’s subbase (PTSB4**C) or Amana’s hard wire kit (PTPWHWK4).
2. Minimum branch circuit ampacity rating conform to the National Electric Code. However, local codes should apply.
3. Minimum voltage on 230/208 volt models is 197 volts; maximum is 253 volts. Minimum voltage on 265 volt models is 238.5 volts; maximum is 291.5
volts.
4. Overcurrent protection for all units without electric heaters is 15 amps. Overcurrent protection on 265 volt models must be cartridge-style time
delay fuses (included and factory installed on Amana chassis).
5. Heating capacity and efficiency are based on unit operation without condensate pump. Unit automatically switches to electric heat at 25°F
outdoor coil temperature.
6. Total watts for 15,000 Btuh models; subtract 30 watts for PT12*A**AA and 70 watts for PT07/09*A**AA.
7. Please specify 2-digit heater kW size to complete model number.
8. Total amps for 12,000 and 15,000 Btuh models; subtract 0.2 amps for PT07/09*A*AA.
EER -
Energy Efficiency Ratio per American
Refrigeration Institute (ARI) Test
Procedures and Canadian Standards
Association (CSA) Test Procedures
COP -
Coefficient of Performance per ARI Test
Procedures
5
SPECIFICATIONS
HEATING PERFORMANCE - REVERSE CYCLE
Heating Capacity
Reverse Cycle
PTH073A**AA
1&7
PTH074A**AA
PTH094A**AA
PTH123A**AA
PTH124A**AA
PTH153**AA
PTH154A**AA
Amps
2.6/3.0
2.2
2.6
4.5/5.1
3.9
5.0/5.6
4.1
Watts
575/565
575
770
1,020/1,000
1,020
1,350/1,320
1,350
BTUH5
6,800/6,700
6,800
8,500
11,200/11,100
11,200
13,400/13,100
13,400
3.3
3.3
3.2
3.1
3.1
2.9
2.9
COP
5
CFM (Dry)
235/230
235
234
310/290
310
345/335
345
Outdoor Ambient
ºF
Heating BTUH
Note 5
Heating BTUH
Note 5
Heating BTUH
Note 5
Heating BTUH
Note 5
Heating BTUH
Note 5
Heating BTUH
Note 5
Heating BTUH
Note 5
62
8,500/8,400
8,500
10,600/10,500
10,600
13,200/13,000
16,500/16,200
16,500
57
7,900/7,800
7,900
10,000/9,900
10,000
12,400/12,200
15,500/15,200
15,500
52
7,200/7,100
7,200
9,300/9,200
9,300
11,600/11,400
14,400/14,100
14,400
47
6,500/6,400
6,500
8,400/8,300
8,400
10,800/10,600
13,400/13,100
13,400
(COP)
3.3/3.3
3.3
32./3.2
3.2
3.1/3.1
2.9/2.9
2.9
452
5,800/5,700
5,800
7,600/7,500
7,600
10,000/9,800
12,300/12,100
12,300
37
5,200/5,100
5,200
6,800/6,700
6,800
9,200/9,000
11,400/11,200
11,400
32
Outdoor Ambient
ºF
62
4,600/4,500
4,600
6,000/5,900
6,000
8,400/8,200
10,300/10,100
10,300
Watts
Watts
Watts
Watts
Watts
Watts
Watts
600/650
660
860
860
1,120/1,100
1,500/1,470
1,500
57
635/625
635
830
830
1,090/1,070
1,450/1,420
1,450
52
600/590
600
800
800
1,050/1,030
1,400/1,380
1,400
47
575/565
575
770
770
1,020/1,000
1,350/1,320
1,350
42
550/540
550
840
740
990/970
1,290/1,265
1,290
37
525/515
525
710
710
950/930
1,225/1,200
1,225
32
500/490
500
680
680
920/900
1,170/1,140
1,170
Rating
Point
COOLING DATA (COOLING with ELECTRIC HEAT)
PTC073A**AB
PTC073A**AC
1&3
Voltage
Capacity (BUTH)
PTC074A**AB
PTC074A**AC
PTC093A**AB
PTC093A**AC
PTC094A**AB
PTC094A**AC
PTC123A**AB
PTC123A**AC
PTC124A**AB
PTC124A**AC
PTC153A**AB
PTC153A**AC
PTC154A**AB
PTC154A**AC
230/208
265
230/208
265
230/208
265
230/208
265
7,100/7,000
7,100
9,100/8,900
9,100
12,000/11,900
12,000
14,200/14,000
14,200
Amps
2.8/3.0
2
3.7/3.8
3
4.6/5.0
4.3
6.3/6.9
5.9
Watts
610/600
610
805/785
805
1,120/1,110
1,130
1,545/1,520
1,525
11.6
11.6
11.3
11.3
10.7
10.7
9.2
9.3
4.0
3.6
5.1
4.4
6.4
5.7
8.4
7.4
EER
UNIT WITHOUT
ELECTRIC HEATER
2&4
Minimum Circuit Ampacity
Cool, Wet Coil
CFM
HIGH
245/240
245
245/240
245
325/315
325
325/315
325
LOW
220/205
220
220/205
220
250/229
250
250/220
250
Dry Coil
HIGH
265/260
265
265/260
265
345/335
345
345/335
345
LOW
230/215
230
230/215
230
265/235
265
265/235
265
Ventilated Air
FAN ONLY*
65*
65*
65*
65*
70*
70*
70*
70*
COMPRESSOR & FAN*
65*
65*
65*
65*
70*
70*
70*
70*
Dehumidification
(pints/hr)
1.6
1.6
2.6
2.6
3.5
3.5
4.4
4.4
Net Weight
90
90
95
95
105
105
110
110
Shipping Weight (approx.
lbs.)
105
105
110
110
120
120
125
125
NOTES:
1. All 265V models must use Amana’s subbase (PTSB4**C) or Amana’s hard wire kit (PTPWHWK4).
2. Minimum branch circuit ampacity rating conform to the National Electric Code. However, local codes should apply.
3. Minimum voltage on 230/208 volt models is 197 volts; maximum is 253 volts. Minimum voltage on 265 volt models is 238.5 volts; maximum is 291.5
volts.
4. Overcurrent protection for all units without electric heaters is 15 amps. Overcurrent protection on 265 volt models must be cartridge-style time
delay fuses (included and factory installed on Amana chassis).
5. Heating capacity and efficiency are based on unit operation without condensate pump. Unit automatically switches to electric heat at 25°F
outdoor coil temperature.
6. Total watts for 15,000 Btuh models; subtract 30 watts for PT12*A**AA and 70 watts for PT07/09*A**AA.
7. Please specify 2-digit heater kW size to complete model number.
8. Total amps for 12,000 and 15,000 Btuh models; subtract 0.2 amps for PT07/09*A*AA.
6
EER -
Energy Efficiency Ratio per American
Refrigeration Institute (ARI) Test
Procedures and Canadian Standards
Association (CSA) Test Procedures
COP -
Coefficient of Performance per ARI Test
Procedures
SPECIFICATIONS
HEATING PERFORMANCE - REVERSE CYCLE
Heating Capacity
Reverse Cycle1&7
PTH073A**AB
PTH073A**AC
PTH074A**AB
PTH074A**AC
PTH093A**AB
PTH093A**AC
PTH094A**AB
PTH094A**AC
PTH123A**AB
PTH123A**AC
PTH124A**AB
PTH124A**AC
PTH153A**AB
PTH153A**AC
PTH154A**AB
PTH154A**AC
Amps
2.6/3.0
2.2
3.2/3.6
2.6
4.5/5.1
3.9
5.7/6.3
5.4
Watts
570/550
570
740/730
740
1,020/1,000
1,020
1,390/1,380
1,390
13,300
5
6,400/6,200
6,400
8,100/8,000
8,100
10,800/10,600
10,800
13,300/13,200
5
3.3
3.3
3.2
3.2
3.1
3.1
2.8
2.8
CFM (Dry)
Outdoor
Ambient
ºF
62
235/230
235
235/230
230
310/290
310
345/335
345
Heating BTUH
Note 5
Heating BTUH
Note 5
Heating BTUH
Note 5
Heating BTUH
Note 5
Heating BTUH
Note 5
Heating BTUH
Note 5
Heating BTUH
Note 5
Heating BTUH
Note 5
BTUH
COP
Rating
Point
8,400/8,200
8,400
10,300/10,200
10,300
13,200/13,000
13,200
16,400/16,300
16,400
57
7,800/7,600
7,800
9,700/9,600
9,700
12,400/12,200
12,400
15,400/15,300
15,400
52
7,100/6,900
7,100
9,000/8,900
9,000
11,600/11,400
11,600
14,300/14,200
14,300
47
6,400/6,200
6,400
8,100/8,000
8,100
10,800/10,600
10,800
13,300/13,200
13,300
(COP)
3.3/3.3
3.3
32./3.2
3.2
3.1/3.1
2.9/2.9
2.9
2.9
452
5,700/5,500
5,700
7,300/7,200
7,300
10,000/9,800
10,000
12,300/12,200
12,300
37
5,100/4,900
5,100
6,500/6,400
6,500
9,200/9,000
9200
11,300/11,200
11,300
32
Outdoor
Ambient
ºF
62
4,500/4,300
4,500
5,700/5,600
5,700
8,400/8,200
8400
10,200/10,100
10,200
Watts
Watts
Watts
Watts
Watts
Watts
Watts
Watts
645/625
645
835/825
835
1,151/1,095
1,115
1,540/1,530
1,540
57
630/610
630
805/795
805
1,085/1,065
1,085
1,500/1,490
1,500
52
595/575
595
780/770
780
1,055/1,035
1,055
1,450/1,440
1,450
47
570/550
570
740/730
740
1,020/1,000
1,020
1,390/1,380
1,390
42
540/520
540
710/700
710
985/965
985
1,335/1,325
1,335
37
515/505
515
675/665
675
945/925
945
1,250/1,240
1,250
32
495/485
495
630/620
630
915/895
915
1,170/1,160
1,170
27
460/450
460
590/580
590
885/865
885
1,110/1,090
1,100
COOLING DATA (HEAT PUMP)
PTH073A**AB
PTH073A**AC
1&3
Voltage
Capacity (BUTH)
PTH74A**AB
PTH074A**AC
PTH093A**AB
PTH093A**AC
PTH094A**AB
PTH094A**AC
PTH123A**AB
PTH123A**AC
PTH124A**AB
PTH124A**AC
PTH153A**AB
PTH153A**AC
PTH154A**AB
PTH154A**AC
230/208
265
230/208
265
230/208
265
230/208
265
7,100/7,000
7,100
9,000/8,800
9,000
12,000/11,800
12,000
14,000/13,800
14,000
Amps
2.8/3.0
2.3
3.5/3.8
3.0
4.6/5.0
4.3
6.3/6.9
5.9
Watts
651/610
615
805/785
805
1,120/1,110
1,120
1,505/1,485
1,505
11.5
11.5
11.2
11.2
10.7
10.7
9.3
9.3
4.0
3.6
5.1
4.4
6.4
5.7
8.4
7.4
EER
UNIT WITHOUT
ELECTRIC HEATER
2&4
Minimum Circuit Ampacity
Cool, Wet Coil
CFM
HIGH
245/240
245
245/240
245
325/315
325
325/315
325
LOW
220/205
220
220/205
220
250/229
250
250/220
250
Dry Coil
HIGH
265/260
265
265/260
265
345/335
345
345/335
345
LOW
230/215
230
230/215
230
265/235
265
265/235
265
Ventilated Air
FAN ONLY*
65*
65*
65*
65*
70*
70*
70*
70*
COMPRESSOR & FAN*
65*
65*
65*
65*
70*
70*
70*
70*
1.6
1.6
2.6
2.6
3.5
3.5
4.4
4.4
Dehumidification
(pints/hr)
Net Weight
95
90
100
100
110
110
115
115
Shipping Weight
(approx. lbs.)
110
110
115
115
125
125
130
130
NOTES:
1. All 265V models must use Amana’s subbase (PTSB4**C) or Amana’s hard wire kit (PTPWHWK4).
2. Minimum branch circuit ampacity rating conform to the National Electric Code. However, local codes should apply.
3. Minimum voltage on 230/208 volt models is 197 volts; maximum is 253 volts. Minimum voltage on 265 volt models is 238.5 volts; maximum is 291.5
volts.
4. Overcurrent protection for all units without electric heaters is 15 amps. Overcurrent protection on 265 volt models must be cartridge-style time
delay fuses (included and factory installed on Amana chassis).
5. Heating capacity and efficiency are based on unit operation without condensate pump. Unit automatically switches to electric heat at 25°F
outdoor coil temperature.
6. Total watts for 15,000 Btuh models; subtract 30 watts for PT12*A**AA and 70 watts for PT07/09*A**AA.
7. Please specify 2-digit heater kW size to complete model number.
8. Total amps for 12,000 and 15,000 Btuh models; subtract 0.2 amps for PT07/09*A*AA.
EER -
Energy Efficiency Ratio per American
Refrigeration Institute (ARI) Test
Procedures and Canadian Standards
Association (CSA) Test Procedures
COP -
Coefficient of Performance per ARI Test
Procedures
7
SPECIFICATIONS
COOLING DATA (COOLING with ELECTRIC HEAT)
PTC073B***E
PTC073B***G
PTC073B***J
PTC073B***K
Voltage1&3
Capacity (BUTH)
PTC074B***E
PTC074B***G
PTC074B***J
PTC074B***K
PTC093B***E
PTC093B***G
PTC093B***J
PTC093B***K
PTC094B***E
PTC094B***G
PTC094B***J
PTC094B***K
PTC123B***E
PTC123B***G
PTC123B***J
PTC123B***K
PTC124B***E
PTC124B***G
PTC124B***J
PTC124B***K
PTC153B***E
PTC153B***G
PTC153B***J
PTC153B***K
PTC154B***E
PTC154B***G
PTC154B***K
PTC154B***J
230/208
265
230/208
265
230/208
265
230/208
265
7,100/6,900
7,100
9,100/8,900
9,100
12,000/11,900
12,000
14,000/13,900
14,000
Amps
2.8/3.0
2
3.7/3.8
3
4.6/5.0
4.3
6.3/6.9
5.9
Watts
610/595
610
790/775
790
1,110/1,100
1,130
1,470/1,450
1,470
11.6
11.6
11.5
11.5
10.8
10.8
9.5
9.5
4.0
3.6
5.1
4.4
6.4
5.7
8.8
7.7
HIGH
245/240
245
245/240
245
325/315
325
325/315
325
LOW
220/205
220
220/205
220
250/229
250
250/220
250
EER
UNIT WITHOUT
ELECTRIC HEATER
2&4
Minimum Circuit Ampacity
Cool, Wet Coil
CFM
Dry Coil
HIGH
265/260
265
265/260
265
345/335
345
345/335
345
LOW
230/215
230
230/215
230
265/235
265
265/235
265
Ventilated Air
65
65
65
65
70
70
70
70
Dehumidification
(pints/hr)
COMPRESSOR & FAN*
1.6
1.6
2.6
2.6
3.5
3.5
4.4
4.4
Net Weight
90
90
95
95
105
105
110
110
Shipping Weight
(approx. lbs.)
105
105
110
110
120
120
125
125
PTH124B***E
PTH124B***G
PTH124B***J
PTH124B***K
PTH153B***E
PTH153B***G
PTH153B***J
PTH153B***K
PTH154B***E
PTH15AB***G
PTH15AB***J
PTH15AB***K
*Approximately 95 CFM with optional power vent kit. Actual vent CFM performance will vary due to application and installation conditions.
COOLING DATA (COOLING with ELECTRIC HEAT)
PTH073B***E
PTH073B***G
PTH073B***J
PTH073B***K
1&3
Voltage
Capacity (BUTH)
PTH074B***E
PTH074B***G
PTH074B***J
PTH074B***K
PTH093B***E
PTH093B***G
PTH093B***J
PTH093B***K
PTH094B***E
PTH094B***G
PTH094B***J
PTH094B***K
PTH123B***E
PTH123B***G
PTH123B***J
PTH123B***K
230/208
265
230/208
265
230/208
265
230/208
265
7,000/6,800
7,000
9,100/8,900
9,100
12,000/11,800
12,000
14,000/13,900
14,000
Amps
2.8/3.0
2
3.5/3.8
3
4.6/5.0
4.3
6.3/6.9
5.9
Watts
605/585
605
790/775
790
1,110/1,090
1,110
1,505/1,495
1,505
11.6
11.6
11.5
11.5
10.8
10.8
9.3
9.3
4.0
3.6
5.1
4.4
6.4
5.7
8.8
7.7
HIGH
245/240
245
245/240
245
325/315
325
325/315
325
LOW
220/205
220
220/205
220
250/229
250
250/220
250
EER
UNIT WITHOUT
ELECTRIC HEATER
2&4
Minimum Circuit Ampacity
Cool, Wet Coil
CFM
Dry Coil
HIGH
265/260
265
265/260
265
345/335
345
345/335
345
LOW
230/215
230
230/215
230
265/235
265
265/235
265
Ventilated Air
65
65
65
65
70
70
70
70
Dehumidification
(pints/hr)
COMPRESSOR & FAN*
1.6
1.6
2.6
2.6
3.5
3.5
4.4
4.4
Net Weight
95
95
100
100
110
110
115
115
Shipping Weight
(approx. lbs.)
110
110
115
115
125
125
130
130
NOTES:
1. All 265V models must use Amana’s subbase (PTSB4**D) or an Amana® brand hard wire kit (PTPWHWK4).
2. Minimum branch circuit ampacity ratings conform to the National Electric Code. However, local codes should apply.
3. Minimum voltage on 230/208 volt models is 197 volts; maximum is 253 volts. Minimum voltage on 265 volt models is 238.5 volts; maximum is 291.5 volts.
4. Overcurrent protection for all units without electric heaters is 15 amps. Overcurrent protection on 265 volt models must be cartridge-style time delay fuses (included
and factory installed on Amana® brand all 265 volt chassis).
5. Heating capacity and efficiency are based on unit operation without condensate pump. Unit automatically switches to electric heat at approximately 24°F outdoor ambient.
6. Total watts for 12,000 and 15,000 Btuh models. Subtract 70 watts for PT107/09*B*AE.
7. Please specify 2-digit heater kW size to complete model number.
9. Refrigerant used in all systems is R-22.
8. Total amps for 12,000 and 15,000 Btuh models; subtract 0.2 amps for PT07/09*B*AE.
10. All units meet or exceed ASHRAE 90.1 standards..
8
SPECIFICATIONS
HEATING PERFORMANCE - REVERSE CYCLE
Heating Capacity
Reverse Cycle1&7
Amps
PTH074B***E
PTH074B***G
PTH074B***J
PTH074B***K
6200
PTH073B***E
PTH073B***G
PTH073B***J
PTH073B***K
6,200/6,000
PTH123B***E
PTH123B***G
PTH123B***J
PTH123B***K
10,800/10,600
PTH094B***E
PTH094B***G
PTH094B***J
PTH094B***K
8200
PTH093B***E
PTH093B***G
PTH093B***J
PTH093B***K
8,200/8,000
PTH124B***E
PTH124B***G
PTH124B***J
PTH124B***K
10800
PTH153B***E
PTH153B***G
PTH153B***J
PTH153B***K
13,300/13,200
PTH154B***E
PTH154B***G
PTH154B***G
PTH154B***G
13,300
Watts
2.6/3.0
2.2
3.2/3.6
2.6
4.5/5.1
3.9
5.7/6.3
5.4
BTUH5
550/530
550
750/730
750
1020/1,000
1020
1,340/1,330
1,340
COP5
3.3
3.3
3.2
3.2
3.1
3.1
2.9
2.9
CFM (Dry)
235/230
235
235/230
230
310/290
310
345/335
345
Outdoor
Ambient
ºF
Heating BTUH
Note 5
Heating BTUH
Note 5
Heating BTUH
Note 5
Heating BTUH
Note 5
Heating BTUH
Note 5
Heating BTUH
Note 5
Heating BTUH
Note 5
Heating BTUH
Note 5
62
7,200/7,000
7,200
9,800/9,600
9,800
13,000/12,800
13,000
15,800/15,700
15,800
57
6,900/6,700
6,900
9,300/9,100
9,300
12,300/12,100
12,300
15,000/14,900
15,000
52
6,500/6,300
6,500
8,700/8,500
8,700
11,600/11,400
11,600
14,200/14,100
14,200
47
6,200/6,000
6,200
8200/8,000
8,200
10,800/10,600
10,800
13,300/13,200
13,300
(COP)
3.3/3.3
3.3
3.2/3.2
3.2
3.1/3.1
3.1
2.9/2.9
2.9
452
5,900/5,700
5,900
7,700/7,500
7,700
10,100/9,900
10,100
12,500/12,400
12,500
37
5,600/5,400
5,500
7,200/7,00
7,200
9,400/9,200
9,400
11,700/11,600
11,700
32
Outdoor
Ambient
ºF
62
5,300/5,100
5,200
6,700/6,500
6,700
7,900/7,700
7,900
10,000/9,900
10,000
Watts
Watts
Watts
Watts
Watts
Watts
Watts
Watts
580/560
580
810/790
810
1,120/1,100
1,120
1,465/1,455
1,465
57
575/555
575
800/780
800
1,090/1,075
1,090
1,440/1,430
1,440
52
555/535
555
775/755
775
1,060/1,045
1,060
1,405/1,395
1,405
47
550/530
550
750/730
750
1,020/1,005
1,020
1,340/1,330
1,340
42
540/525
560
730/710
730
985/970
985
1,325/1,315
1,325
37
530/515
545
705/685
705
950/935
950
1,285/1,275
1,285
32
515/500
535
690/670
690
900/885
900
1,240/1,230
1,190
Rating
Point
HEAT PERFORMANCE (ELECTRIC HEAT) ELECTRIC DATA
(ALL BTUH SIZES, ALL MODELS)
Nominal Heating
(BTUH)
Voltage
Electric Heater Size
(kW)
Number
of
Stages
230V
208V
230/208
2.5/2.0
1
8,500
6,800
2,650/2,140 11.5/10.2
14.2
15
6 - 15 P
230/208
3.5/2.9
1
12,000 9,900
3,650/3,040 15.8/14.5
19.6
20
6 - 20 P
230/208
5.0/4.1
1 or 2
17,100 14,000
5,150/4,240 22.3/20.3
27.8
30
6 -30 P
265
2.5
1
8,500
2,650
10.0
12.4
15
7 - 20 P
265
3.5
1
12,600
3,850
14.6
18.1
20
7 - 20 P
265
5.0
1 or 2
17,100
5,150
19.5
24.2
25
7 - 30 P
Total
Watts
Total
Amps
Minimum
1
Ampacity
Overcurrent
5
Protection
Power
1
Cord
265V
NOTES:
1. All 265V models must use Amana’s subbase (PTSB4**D) or an Amana® brand hard wire kit (PTPWHWK4).
2. Minimum branch circuit ampacity ratings conform to the National Electric Code. However, local codes should apply.
3. Minimum voltage on 230/208 volt models is 197 volts; maximum is 253 volts. Minimum voltage on 265 volt models is 238.5 volts; maximum is 291.5 volts.
4. Overcurrent protection for all units without electric heaters is 15 amps. Overcurrent protection on 265 volt models must be cartridge-style time delay fuses (included
and factory installed on Amana® brand all 265 volt chassis).
5. Heating capacity and efficiency are based on unit operation without condensate pump. Unit automatically switches to electric heat at approximately 24°F outdoor ambient.
6. Total watts for 12,000 and 15,000 Btuh models. Subtract 70 watts for PT107/09*B*AE.
7. Please specify 2-digit heater kW size to complete model number.
9. Refrigerant used in all systems is R-22.
8. Total amps for 12,000 and 15,000 Btuh models; subtract 0.2 amps for PT07/09*B*AE.
10. All units meet or exceed ASHRAE 90.1 standards..
9
SPECIFICATIONS
COOLING DATA (ELECTRIC HEAT)
NTE07A**A3A
Voltage
1&3
Capacity (BUTH)
NTE07A**A4A
NTE09A**A3A
NTE09A**A4A
NTE12A**A3A
NTE12A**A4A
NTE15A**A3A
NTE15A**A4A
230/208
265
230/208
265
230/208
265
230/208
265
7,100/6,900
7,100
9,100/8,900
9,100
11,900/11,700
11,900
13,700/13,500
13,700
Amps
2.8/3.0
2.3
3.7/3.8
3.0
4.9/5.3
4.3
6.3/6.9
5.9
Watts
655/640
655
830/810
830
1,165/1,145
1,165
1,540/1,515
1,540
10.8
10.8
11
11
10.2
10.2
8.9
8.9
4.0
3.6
5.1
4.4
6.4
5.7
8.4
7.4
HIGH
245/240
245
245/240
245
325/315
325
325/315
325
LOW
220/205
220
220/205
220
250/229
250
250/220
250
EER
UNIT WITHOUT
ELECTRIC HEATER
2&4
Minimum Circuit Ampacity
Cool, Wet Coil
CFM
Dry Coil
HIGH
265/260
265
265/260
265
345/335
345
345/335
345
LOW
230/215
230
230/215
230
265/235
265
265/235
265
Ventilated Air
FAN ONLY*
65*
65*
65*
65*
70*
70*
70*
70*
COMPRESSOR & FAN*
65*
65*
65*
65*
70*
70*
70*
70*
Dehumidification
(pints/hr)
1.6
1.6
2.6
2.6
3.5
3.5
4.4
4.4
Net Weight
90
90
95
95
105
105
110
110
Shipping Weight (approx.
lbs.)
105
105
110
110
120
120
125
125
NTP12A**A4A
NTP15A**A3A
NTP15A**A4A
*Approximately 95 CFM with optional power vent kit. Actual vent CFM performance will vary due to application and installation conditions.
COOLING DATA (HEAT PUMP)
NTP07A**A3A
1&3
Voltage
Capacity (BUTH)
NTP07A**A4A
NTP09A**A3A
NTP09A**A4A
NTP12A**A3A
230/208
265
230/208
265
230/208
265
230/208
265
7,000/6,800
7,000
8,900/8,700
8,900
11,600/11,400
11,600
13,700/13,500
13,700
Amps
2.8/3.0
2.3
3.5/3.8
3.0
4.6/5.0
4.3
6.3/6.9
5.9
Watts
655/635
655
825/805
825
1,160/1,140
1,160
1,540/1,515
1,540
10.7
10.7
10.8
10.8
10.0
11.0
8.9
8.9
4.0
3.6
5.1
4.4
6.4
5.7
8.4
7.4
HIGH
245/240
245
245/240
245
325/315
325
325/315
325
LOW
220/205
220
220/205
220
250/229
250
250/220
250
EER
UNIT WITHOUT
ELECTRIC HEATER
2&4
Minimum Circuit Ampacity
Cool, Wet Coil
CFM
Dry Coil
HIGH
265/260
265
265/260
265
345/335
345
345/335
345
LOW
230/215
230
230/215
230
265/235
265
265/235
265
Ventilated Air
FAN ONLY*
65*
65*
65*
65*
70*
70*
70*
70*
COMPRESSOR & FAN*
65*
65*
65*
65*
70*
70*
70*
70*
Dehumidification
(pints/hr)
1.6
1.6
2.6
2.6
3.5
3.5
4.4
4.4
Net Weight
95
95
100
100
110
110
115
115
Shipping Weight (approx.
lbs.)
110
110
115
115
125
125
130
130
NOTES:
1. All 265V models must use Amana’s subbase (PTSB4**D) or an Amana® brand hard wire kit (PTPWHWK4).
2. Minimum branch circuit ampacity ratings conform to the National Electric Code. However, local codes should apply.
3. Minimum voltage on 230/208 volt models is 197 volts; maximum is 253 volts. Minimum voltage on 265 volt models is 238.5 volts; maximum is 291.5 volts.
4. Overcurrent protection for all units without electric heaters is 15 amps. Overcurrent protection on 265 volt models must be cartridge-style time delay fuses (included
and factory installed on Amana® brand all 265 volt chassis).
5. Heating capacity and efficiency are based on unit operation without condensate pump. Unit automatically switches to electric heat at approximately 24°F outdoor ambient.
6. Total watts for 12,000 and 15,000 Btuh models. Subtract 70 watts for PT107/09*B*AE.
7. Please specify 2-digit heater kW size to complete model number.
9. Refrigerant used in all systems is R-22.
8. Total amps for 12,000 and 15,000 Btuh models; subtract 0.2 amps for PT07/09*B*AE.
10. All units meet or exceed ASHRAE 90.1 standards..
10
SPECIFICATIONS
OPERATING VOLTAGES
WARNING
USE EXTREME CAUTION WHEN CHECKING HIGH VOLTAGE.
Use a voltmeter, check the voltage at the outlet.
The reading must be within the minimums and maximums shown below for the operating voltage.
Operating Voltages
Operating Voltage
Minimum Voltage
Maximum Voltage
230/208
197
253
265
238
291
NOTE:
1. All 265 volt models must use subbase or hard wire kit.
2. Minimum branch circuit ampacity ratings conform to the National Electric Code. However, local codes should apply if in
conflict.
3. Minimum voltage on 230/208 volt models is 197 volts; maximum is 253 volts. Minimum on 265 volts is 238 volts; maximum
is 291 volts.
4. Overcurrent protection for all units without electric heaters is 15 amps. Overcurrent protection on 265 volt models must be
cartridge-style time delay fuses (included and factory installed on chassis).
5. Heating capacity and efficiency is based on unit operation without condensate pump. Unit automatically switches to
electric heat at 25° F outdoor coil temperature.
6. Total watts for 15,000 BTUH models; subtract 30 watts for PT*12*A**AA and 70 watts for PT*07/09*A**AA.
7. Please specify 2-digit heater kW size to compete model number.
8. Total amps for 12,000 and 15,000 BTUH models; subtract 0.2 amps for PT*07/09*A**AA
• LCDI or AFCI Power Cords - Underwrites Laboratories and the National Electric Code (NEC) now require power cords that
sense current leakage and can open the electrical circuit to the unit on units rated at 250 volts or less. In the event that unit
does not operate, check the reset button located on or near the head of the power cord as part of the normal troubleshooting
procedure.
LCDI Power Cord
11
PROPER INSTALLATION
WALL SLEEVE INSTALLATION
Wood
Frame
Lintel
WARNING
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR
INSTALLING. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE
PRESENT. FAILURE TO DO SO MAY CAUSE
PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
The wall sleeve must be installed before the air conditioner or
heat pump chassis can be set in place. Read the instructions
thoroughly before proceeding.
Pre-installation Considerations
Framing with Lintel
Before proceeding with the sleeve installation, ensure the following guidelines for locating the wall opening and sleeve are
met:
• The wall opening must be the correct size. See the figures
below for wall sleeve Dimensions and minimum wall opening size.
16 1/16"
410 mm
• When installed in the opening, the wall sleeve must be
horizontally level from side to side and pitched (one quarter bubble in the sight glass) to the outside. DO NOT INSTALL LEVEL (FRONT TO BACK) OR SLOPE THE WALL
SLEEVE TOWARD THE ROOM.
• The installer must determine and supply the mounting bolts
and/or screws to attach the wall sleeve to the sides of the
wall opening. Make sure the wall opening is adequate for
strong support.
• The installer must provide adequate sealing and insulation
around the sleeve after it is installed (air and water tight).
See Block and Brick Veneer Installation Figure for one of
many types of constructions.
10 42
65 "
m
m
Wall Receptacle Within 58" From
Bottom Right Side Corner on
208/230 VAC Units Only
"
13 3/4 m
350 m
Concrete
Lintel
13 1/2" (340 mm)
Maximum
(No Accessories)
1/4"
6 mm
Minimum
Projection
Wall Sleeve Dimensions
Outside
Wall
13 3/4"
350 mm
Steel
Lintel
Caulk Top,
Bottom, and
Both Sides
Top of Wall Sleeve
Internal
Adjacent
Wall
"A"
Minimum
"A"
Minimum
Internal
Adjacent
Wall
Allow Front Clearance (See Table 1)
Power Supply
Conduit
Finished
Floor
Receptacle
Minimum Unit Clearances
• The wall sleeve will need to be installed with minimum
clearances to the floor and adjacent walls. Minimum projections of the sleeve into and out of the room will also
have to be met. See Minimum Unit Clearances and Minimum Interior and Exterior Projections Figures as well as
Minimum Clearances and Projections table for details.
• If installed in a concrete or masonry wall, a lintel must be
provided in the wall opening for support. Do not use the
wall sleeve as a lintel. See Framing with Lintel Figure
for a typical lintel construction.
12
Block and Brick Veneer Installation
PROPER INSTALLATION
Room
Side
Outside
Wall
"C" in
Table 1
4
10 2 1/
Mi 75 m 4"
nim m
um
Carpet or
Finished Floor
Cabinet
Side
16 1/4"
415 mm
Minimum
"B" in
Table 1
1/4"
6 mm
Minimum
Finished Floor
Dimension "B"
in Table 1
Minimum Interior and Exterior Projections
Minimum Wall Opening Dimensions
MINIMUM CLEARANCES AND PROJECTIONS
Minimum
Clearances
Option
A
Minimum
Projection
B
C
in.
mm
in.
mm
in.
Wall Sleeve Only
3
75
0
0
0
mm
0
Subbase Kit
3
75
3 1/4
85
2 3/4
70
Leveling Legs Kit
3
75
3
75
2
50
Duct Kit
3
75
0
0
1 3/8
35
Drain Kit
3
75
01
01
0
0
Hard Wire Kit
Hydronic Heat Kit
"A" Series
Hydronic Heat Kit
"J" Series
3
75
1 1/4
30
0
0
9
230
0 to 3 1/43
0 to 853
32
752
6
150
0
0
2 1/2
65
When 230/208 volt units are to be installed, the power supply
may be either cord connected or permanent wiring. Permanent
wiring may be done through the accessory hard wire junction
box, or the accessory subbase.
When 265 volt units are to be installed, the power supply must
be permanent wiring. Permanent wiring may be done through
the accessory hard wire junction box, or the accessory subbase. An exposed cord connection on 265 volt units is not
permitted.
The subbase accessory includes leveling legs. If added wall
sleeve support is required and the subbase is not to be used
as an accessory, leveling leg kit may be installed.
Drain Kit
1
If inside mounted then B = 1 1/2 inches (40 mm).
2
To achieve a flush fit between the hydronic front and the finished wall,
Dimension “C” must be between 3” and 3 1/8”. If this dimension is more
than 3 1/8” there will be a gap between the front and the wall. This gap
could permit occupant access to hydronic lines or other dangerous parts.
This dimension can be from 0” to 3-1/4”, but cannot exceed 3-1/4”. If this
dimension exceeds 3-1/4”, the skirt around the front will not reach the
floor.
3
•
For installations in walls deeper than 13-1/2 inches, special care is necessary to prevent problems with rain water,
condensate drainage and intake/discharge air. Under these
circumstances, careful job site analysis and precautions
are required. You must consult with your Sales Representative and receive approval before attempting such installations.
•
If used, a 230/208 volt wall receptacle must be located
within 58 inches of the lower right sleeve corner. Extension cords must not be used with the unit. See the note on
Wall Sleeve Dimensions Figure.
An indoor/outdoor drain kit is available as an accessory item.
When a drain kit is to be installed, do so before installing the
wall sleeve in the wall. See the drain kit for actual installation
instructions.
Subbase, Leveling Legs, Main Duct, and Hydronic Heat
Kits
Installation of these kits requires drilling of mounting holes on
both sides of the wall sleeve. The minimum required clearance
distance between the wall sleeve and wall is shown in Minimum Clearances and Projections Table. If the distance between wall sleeve and wall will be at or near the minimum clearance distance, mount these kits on the sleeve before installing
the sleeve in the wall. The kit installation instructions are included with the accessory kits.
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PROPER INSTALLATION
Alternative
Fastening Method
(Field Supplied)
16 1/16"
410 mm
Wood Screw
Toggle Bolt
Expansion
Anchor Bolt
Mounting
Holes
(Drilled by
Installer)
10 42
65 "
m
m
Wall Receptacle Within 58" From
Bottom Right Side Corner on
208/230 VAC Units Only
Plastic
Anchor
"
13 3/4 m
350 m
Screws
Attaching Wall Sleeve to Opening
6. Check the level of the wall sleeve and adjust if necessary.
Wall Sleeve Dimensions
Outside Enclosure Panel Removal
The sleeve stiffener must be taken out before the enclosure
panel can be removed from the sleeve.
The enclosure panel can be removed by folding the four flaps
up and downward and manipulating the front ends of the top
plus bottom towards the center. The entire panel can be pulled
out diagonally from one side.
Install the wall sleeve condenser air grille by using the screws
and holes provided.
Installation (WS900B or WS900D)
After the wall opening is checked and approved for location,
size, and clearances, complete the following to install the wall
sleeve.
NOTE: Check with Amana® Technical Service when a chassis
is installed in any wall sleeve not supplied by Goodman.
1. Remove the outside enclosure panel from the wall sleeve.
2. Slide the wall sleeve into the wall opening. Do not distort
the cabinet shape to fit the wall opening. The unit chassis
must fit snugly and uniformly into the wall sleeve.
7. Caulk or seal around the outside of the entire sleeve.
8. If the unit chassis will not be installed immediately, replace the enclosure panel on the outside opening of the
sleeve. This will prevent weather damage to the building
interior.
9. Recycle or dispose of packaging materials per local codes.
OUTDOOR GRILLE
An outside grille must be installed to direct air flow for proper
unit operation and also protect the outdoor coil. The grille must
be installed before installing the chassis. Refer to the Installation Instructions supplied with the outdoor grille kit for a complete description of the installation procedure.
This model requires either a Stamped Grille Kit (Model SGK-B) or an Architectural Grille Kit (Model AGK--B). When replacing an old chassis with an existing grille, please check with
your sales representative to determine if the new chassis should
be used with the old outdoor grille. An improper outdoor grille
can decrease cooling or heating capacity, increase energy
usage and shorten compressor life.
FRONT REMOVAL
1. Grasp the cabinet front as shown.
3. Locate the sleeve within the range of minimum projections,
as shown in Minimum Wall Opening Dimensions and Minimum Interior and Exterior Projections Figures, so both
sides are at least the minimum projection from the wall.
4. Check the level of the wall sleeve. For proper drainage, the
sleeve should be level from side to side and one-quarter
bubble in the sight glass sloping to the outside.
5. Two holes will need to be drilled in both sides of the wall
sleeve for mounting into the wall. Drill holes of proper size
and in the proper location so the screws will engage into
strong supporting members of the wall. DO NOT DRILL
THROUGH BOTTOM OF SLEEVE. The following figure
shows possible fastening methods.
2. Pull the bottom of the cabinet front away from the chassis
until the retaining clips disengage.
3. Lift the cabinet front off the chassis. Reverse this procedure to reinstall the cabinet front.
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PROPER INSTALLATION
CHASSIS INSTALLATION
1. Remove the cabinet front from the chassis as described in
Front Removal.
per unit. The two screws must be removed before the front can
be removed.
Mounting Screws
Location
2. Insert the chassis into the wall sleeve.
Wall Sleeve
Chassis
Front Mounting Screws
Slide Chassis In
Outside
Wall
3. Slide the chassis into the wall sleeve until the chassis
flanges contact the front edge of the wall sleeve.
Screws
(3 on each
side of unit)
Chassis
Wall Sleeve
Outside
Wall
4. Secure the chassis to the wall sleeve using three screws
on each side of the chassis to ensure a proper seal between the chassis and the wall sleeve. The screws are
supplied in a plastic bag which is attached to the power
cord.
IMPORTANT NOTES:
1. The unit is equipped with a rubber grommet mounted compressor. These grommets are factory set and require no
adjustment.
2. If a standard subbase is used, be sure the right hand subbase cover is removed before the chassis is installed in
the sleeve.
3. Check the indoor and outdoor grilles for obstructions to air
flow. The unit must be located where curtains, furniture,
trees, shrubs or other objects do not block the air flow to
and from the unit. If air is obstructed and/or deflected back
into the unit, the air conditioner’s compressor may cycle
on and off rapidly. This could damage the compressor and
void the warranty.
Front Mounting Holes - Two mounting holes are provided to
give the owner the option of securing the front to the chassis.
The mounting holes are located behind the intake grille. The
owner must supply two 1/2 inch long #8 sheet metal screws
WIRING
CAUTION
TO AVOID PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY
OR DEATH DUE TO ELECTRICAL SHOCK:
• DO NOT USE AN EXTENSION CORD WITH THIS UNIT.
• USE ONLY COPPER CONDUCTORS.
• WIRING TO THE UNIT MUST BE PROPERLY POLARIZED AND GROUNDED.
Cord connection to a wall socket is not permitted for 265-volt
units. All 265-volt units must be hard wired using the hard wire
kit or make use of the plug-in receptacle in the standard subbase.
Heaterless Units
If a heaterless unit is ordered, field provisions must be made
for supplemental heat if desired. Refer to the Installation Instructions supplied with the heater kit for a complete description of the installation procedures. All 208/230 volt heaterless
units are shipped with a 15 Amp power cord and all heaterless
265 volt units are shipped with a 20 Amp power cord.
When adding a heater kit to a unit, the power cord supplied
with the heater kit must be used in place of the power cord
supplied with the unit. The following table specifies power cord
rating requirements for the various heater kits.
POWER CORD REQUIREMENTS
230/208 Volt Units
265 Volt Units
Power Cord Rating
(amp)
Power Cord Rating
(amp)
1.5
15
20
2.5
15
20
3.5
20
Not Applicable
3.7
Not Applicable
20
5
30
30
Heater Size
(kW)
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PROPER INSTALLATION
NOTE: Heaterless units are shipped with an auxiliary data label
on the front side of the mid-partition panel. If an electric heater
kit is field installed, the installer must mark the appropriate
box on the label to indicate the electric heater capacity. If no
heater is installed, the box labeled “None” must be marked.
Refer to the unit nameplate for over current protection data.
Additional Control Inputs (Not used on NTE or NTP Models)
The control inputs shown below provide addition unit control
and features. To access these control inputs, the cabinet front
must be removed (see Front Removal).
ON/OFF
MASTER
SWITCH
CAUTION
ON/AUTO
REMOTE/STANDARD
C
R
FAN
CYCLE
THERMOSTAT
CONTROL
G W2 Y\W1B RS FD RC
ON
Two rotary knobs controlling temperature and operational mode
are located behind the control door located to the top-right of
the cabinet front.
ON
LED1
MASTER
SWITCH STATUS
SW2
EH IN LS FD1 FD2 TF1 TF2 C R GL W2 Y/W1B GH
AUXILIARY REMOTE THERMOSTAT
P10
AUXILIARY
P11
P12
M1
COM A
DS1 DS2 MS1 MS2 EH IN
LS FD1 FD2 TF- TF+
R
GL W2 Y/W1 B GH
P13
M2
COM B
Cool
Fan
Only
IAT
BLACK
High
Cool
Low
Heat
Warm
B
REMOTE THERMOSTAT
C
ON / OFF
MASTER SWITCH
High
Heat
C
ON
A
RMT/STD ON/AUTO
THERMOSTAT FAN ALL OFF D
CYCLE
CONTROL
1
Users Controls
ON / OFF
3
OPERATING CONTROLS
2
DO NOT INSTALL A 5kW HEATER KIT IN ANY 7,000
OR 9,000 BTU CHASSIS.
Low
Cool
Off
Furthermore, to access the 24V accessory input connections,
the terminal strip cover must be removed as shown (A and B
Series units only).
Mode Switch
Thermostat
Mode Switch
Thermostat
Thermostat Setting
Turning the thermostat control clockwise will provide a cooler
room temperature; turning it counterclockwise will provide a
warmer room temperature. Adjusting the thermostat to the mid
setting (vertical) will set the room temperature at approximately
75° F.
Terminal Strip
Cover
Mode Switch
Master Switch (Not used on NTE or NTP Models)
The table below describes the unit function corresponding to
the various mode switch settings.
The master switch disconnects power to all of the system components. When this switch is in the off position, the compressor, fan motor, reversing valve, and electric resistance heater
will all be de-energized.
MODE SWITCH SETTINGS
Switch
Position
OFF
Unit Function
Unit is completely off. However, before servicing, open all
disconnects and/or remove plug.
FAN ONLY Unit operates on low fan speed to circulate room air.
Unit operates on the low fan speed to circulate air
for cooling.
Unit operates on high fan speed to circulate air
HIGH COOL
for cooling.
Unit operates on the low fan speed to circulate air
LOW HEAT
for heating.
Unit operates on the high fan speed to circulate air
HIGH HEAT
for heating.
LOW COOL
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PROPER INSTALLATION
SCHEMATICS BASED ON 1 STAGE COOL, 2 STAGE HEAT MECHANICAL THERMOSTATS
Wiring Schematic for Remote Heat Pump
A - B SERIES
Wiring Schematic for Straight Cool Unit
C - E SERIES
O
RS
B
B
Y
Y /W 1
W1
W2
W2
G
G
R
R
1 4 P in
C o n n e c to r
C
C o n t ro l B o a rd
C o n n e c tio n s
T h e rm o s ta t
C o n n e c tio n s
Wiring Schematic for Straight Cool Unit
A - B SERIES
R GL W2 Y/W1 B GH
FD
X1
O
B
Y
W1
W2
G*
EH IN LS FD1 FD2 TF(-)TF(+) C
X1
AUXILIARY
RC
REMOTE THERMOSTAT
*NOTE: For high speed fan operation, connect “G” to “GH”.
R
C
T h e rm o s ta t
C o n n e c tio n s
C o n tro l B o a rd
C o n n e c tio n s
Wiring Schematic for Remote Heat Pump
G - L SERIES
*NOTE: For high speed fan operation, connect “G” to “GH”.
FD
O
RS
B
B
Y
Y /W 1
W1
W2
W2
GL W2 Y/W1 B
GH
X1
O
B**
18 Pin Connector
Y
R
R
W1
R
C
Control Board
Connections
R
G
REMOTE THERMOSTAT
LS FD1 FD2 TF- TF+
C
G
AUXILIARY
DS1 DS2 MS1 MS2 EH IN
W2
X1
G*
RC
Thermostat
Connections
C
C o n tro l B o a rd
C o n n e c tio n s
T h e rm o s ta t
C o n n e c tio n s
Wiring Schematic for Remote Heat Pump
C - E SERIES
R GL W2 Y/W1 B GH
W2
AUXILIARY
DS1 DS2 MS1 MS2 EH IN
REMOTE THERMOSTAT
LS FD1 FD2 TF- TF+
C
R
GL W2 Y/W1 B
GH
R*
C
Control Board
Connections
Thermostat
Connections
X1
O
B**
Y
W1
18 Pin Connector
R
EH IN LS FD1 FD2 TF(-) TF(+) C
G
C
AUXILIARY
B
Y
W1
W2
14 Pin
Connector
*NOTE: For high speed fan operation, connect “G” to “GH”.
G*
REMOTE THERMOSTAT
*NOTE: For high speed fan operation, connect “G” to “GH”.
Wiring Schematic for Straight Cool Unit
G - L Series
Thermostat
Connections
Control Board
Connections
17
PROPER INSTALLATION
REMOTE/STANDARD SWITCH (NOT USED ON NTE OR
NTP MODELS)
The figures below shows a wiring schematic for connecting the
front desk switch to the unit.
The remote/standard switch is used to change the control of
the unit from the standard on board controls in the standard
mode, to a remote wall mounted thermostat in the remote mode.
For remote control operation refer to Remote Operation section. To set remote switch on the "G & K" board, see
Configuration Settings.
ON/OFF
MASTER
SWITCH
REMOTE/STANDARD
C
R
G W2 Y\W1B RS FD RC
THERMOSTAT
CONTROL
ON/AUTO
FAN
CYCLE
Fan Cycle Switch
Front Desk
Switch
The fan cycle switch sets the operational mode of the fan. In
the ON position, the fan will run continuously whenever the
unit is in the heat or cool mode. In the AUTO position, the fan
will cycle on and off with the compressor or electric heater
when the unit is in the cool or heat mode.
Remote Control Inputs (Not used on NTE or NTP Models)
The C, R, G,(GL for low fan speed or GH for high speed fan on
"C Models and later") W2, Y/W1 and B terminals provide control inputs for a remote wall mounted thermostat. See schematics page 17.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Disconnect power to the unit and/or turn
the Master Switch on the control board to OFF when connecting or altering wiring to any terminal. Failure to do so may
result in shorting the fuse or damaging the control board.
REMOTE
THERMOSTAT
AUXILIARY
EH IN LS FD1 FD2 TF(-)TF(+) C
ON / OFF
MASTER
SWITCH
R GL W2 Y/W1 B GH
ON / AUTO
FAN
CYCLE
RMT/STD
THERMOSTAT
CONTROL
FUSE
LED
C
B
A
ALL OFF D
FRONT
DESK
SWITCH
AUXILIARY
DS1 DS2 MS1 MS2 EH IN
REMOTE THERMOSTAT
LS FD1 FD2 TF- TF+
C
R
GL W2 Y/W1 B
GH
Front Desk Control (Not used on NTE or NTP Models)
The FD and RC terminals or FD1 and FD2 provide control inputs for a front desk switch. Shorting across these two terminals will disable unit operation. The only control function which
will remain active when these terminals are shorted is freeze
protection. Any switch which will produce a short circuit across
these two terminals can be used as a front desk switch. The
contact resistance of the switch, when closed, must be less
than 200 ohms for the front desk feature to operate properly.
The following table shows the maximum wire length and corresponding gage size for installation of a front desk switch.
MAXIMUM WIRE LENGTH
FOR FRONT DESK SWITCH
Wire Size
(AWG)
Maximum
Length Allowed
(ft)
#24
400
#22
600
#20
900
#18
1500
#16
2000
M2
IAT
BLACK
FRONT
DESK
SWITCH
Front Desk Switch Wiring Schematic
IMPORTANT NOTE: Do not apply 24VAC across these terminals. Applying 24VAC to these terminals will result in failure
of the control board. Shorting these terminals to any other terminals may also result in control board failure.
Remote Temperature Sensing (Not used on NTE or NTP Models)
The RS and RC terminals provide control inputs for a remote
temperature sensor.
Remote
Sensor
2
C
R
G
W2 Y\W1 B
RS FD
RC
RS
RC
“C” Models or Later
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3
PROPER INSTALLATION
1. Remove indoor ambient thermistor from plastic holder on
indoor coil.
Indoor Ambient
Thermistor
Plastic
Holder
Temperature Limiter
The temperature limiting feature can reduce energy costs by
controlling the maximum temperature available in heating and
the minimum temperature available in cooling. While approximate temperature settings are shown below, actual room temperature will vary slightly.
71° F 68° F
66° F 63° F
75° F
64° F
69° F
82° F
87° F
76° F
63° F
Indoor Coil
2. Cut off end of thermistor, separate leads 1” back from cut
and strip 1/2” of insulation from each lead.
86° F
85° F 87° F
79° F 83° F
Low End
Cooling Limits
High End
Heating Limits
Temperature Limiter Settings
Separate and strip leads.
3. Wire nut the stripped leads to the two sensor wires running from terminals 2 and 3 on the remote temperature
sensor base .
Remote
Sensor
2
265V
230V
LINE 1
HEATER
HEATER
LINE 2
COMP
FAN HIGH
FAN LOW
3
Temperature Limiter
R-VAL VE
INDOOR
AIR
AUXILIARY
LED
EH IN LS FD1 FD2 TF1 TF2 C R GL W2 Y/W1B GH
B
AUXILIARY REMOTE THERMOSTAT
R GL W2 Y/W1 B GH
RMT/STD
THERMOSTAT
CONTROL
FUSE
MASTER
SWITCH STATUS
C
ON
A
RMT/STD ON/AUTO
THERMOSTAT FAN ALL OFF D
CYCLE
CONTROL
REMOTE THERMOSTAT
EH IN LS FD1FD2 TF1 TF2 C
ON / OFF
MAST ER
SWITCH
ON / OFF
ON
LED1
1
P6
BLUE
INDOOR
COIL
P3
P5
BLACK RED
ON
OUTDOOR
COIL
3
ESCUTCHEON
(COVERING CONTROL BOARD)
The temperature limits are set by selecting the proper holes
to use for the limiter screws. The figure above shows the high
and low end temperatures corresponding to the various limiter holes. Since these temperatures correspond to the unit's
thermistor sensor, actual room temperatures will vary depending
on the room heating/cooling load. For example, if the limiter
screws are put in the shaded holes, the coolest setting in the
cooling mode will be 68° F and the warmest setting in the
heating mode will be 83° F."A & B model units only, C
models and later have DIP Switches to set the limits"
2
Cut Thermistor
Wire Here
ON / AUTO
FAN
CYCLE
C
B
A
ALL OFF D
4. Place the mode switch in the “OFF” position. Reestablish
power to the unit. The remote temperature will automatically activate.
NOTE: Ensure the mode switch is in the OFF position before
electrical power is applied to the unit. If the mode switch is not
in the OFF position when electrical power is applied to the
unit, the random restart feature will activate causing a two to
four minute start-up delay.
NOTE: Freeze protection temperatures will be sensed by the
remote temperature sensing device and not at the PTAC unit
(sensed at the PTAC unit when a remote thermostat is used).
POSITION
COOL
HEAT
A
70-78
65-73
B
68-81
63-76
C
66-83
61-78
D
63-88
58-83
Temperature Settings
NOTE: Select only on pin position.
After determining the temperature limits desired, set the limiter as follows:
1. Remove the front cabinet (see Front Removal) to allow
access to the control panel.
2. Remove the unit control knobs by pulling the knobs off
the control shafts.
3. Remove the escutcheon plate by lifting it off the control
panel cover to expose the temperature limiter as shown.
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PROPER INSTALLATION
Diagnostic Light
Temperature
Limiting Screws
The green diagnostic light located in the lower left hand corner
of the touchpad and indicates operation warnings. This light
usually indicates that either the filter or coils need cleaning.
Please refer to the Maintenance and Cleaning section for the
proper cleaning procedure. If this light is still on after cleaning,
please refer to the Diagnostic & Status Report section for assistance.
Additional Control Inputs
Temperature Limiter
4. Remove the two screws supplied in the top of the control
panel cover, and drive them into the desired limiter holes.
The control inputs provide additional unit control and features.
To access these control inputs, the cabinet front must be removed (see Front Removal).
5. Replace the escutcheon plate, control knobs and front.
Master Switch
NOTE: To achieve maximum efficiency, it may be necessary
to change the temperature limiter screws seasonally.
Users Controls "Digital Touch Pad"
A six button touch key pad located behind the control door
controls both temperature and operation mode. The key pads
can be used alone or in combination.
The master switch disconnects power to all of the system components. When this switch is in the off position, the compressor, fan motor, reversing valve, and electric resistance heater
will all be de-energized.
WARNING
TO PREVENT PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL
INJURY OR DEATH DUE TO ELECTRICAL SHOCK,
UNPLUG THE UNIT AT THE WALL OUTLET OR TURN
OFF POWER AT THE FUSE BOX OR CIRCUIT
BREAKER BEFORE SERVICING THE UNIT. LINE
VOLTAGE WILL BE PRESENT AT THE CONTROL
BOARD, TERMINALS L1 AND L2, WHENEVER POWER
IS APPLIED TO THE UNIT REGARDLESS OF THE
MASTER SWITCH POSITION.
Status LED
User Controls
Thermostat Setting
Pressing the COOL thermostat control and the up or down
arrows will provide a cooler room temperature, respectively.
Pressing the HEAT thermostat control and the up or down arrow keys will provide a warmer room temperature.
Fan Speed
The fan speed touch key will deliver high, low or auto fan speed
to circulate room air. NOTE: The AUTO selection will not be
available if a fan speed is selected without COOL or Heat selection.
Fan Operation HIGH or LOW with HEAT or COOL mode selected - The selected fan speed shall run in the selected speed.
Fan Operation AUTO with HEAT or COOL mode selected - The
fan will run in low and high speed. The changes in fan speed
are automatic. See "Configuration Settings" section for further
details.
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Remote Control Inputs
The C, R, GL, W2, Y/W1, B/O, and GH terminals provide control inputs for a “manufacturer-approved” remote wall mounted
thermostat. The “B” terminal can be configured to become “O”
if needed see Configuration Settings For remote control thermostat operation, refer to the Remote Thermostat Operation
section.
Vent Control
NOTE: Vent control is only used on units with the power vent
or power vent door kit not installed.
The vent control allows fresh air to be drawn into the conditioned area. This fresh air can provide ventilation when the blower
is operating, but it will increase the heating or cooling load and
operating costs.
To obtain access to the vent control, remove the cabinet front
(see Front Removal). Remove the shipping screw (if installed)
from the vent door. Then remove the label (if present) from over
the vent control lever on the left side of the chassis.
PROPER INSTALLATION
Use the following procedure to change the angle of the discharge air flow:
Label
1. Remove the front cabinet (see Front Removal).
2. Position the front so that the backside is accessible.
Vent Control
Vent Door Shipping Screw
Rotate the vent control lever to either open or close the damper.
Vent
Open
3. Remove the four nuts which secure the discharge air grille
to the cabinet front.
Vent
Closed
HYDRONIC HEAT INSTALLATIONS
To avoid the risk of freezing the steam or water coil during
prolonged shut down periods, the vent door must be left closed
when the outdoor temperature might fall below freezing or a
power door kit must be installed.
4. Rotate the grille 180° end-for-end.
5. Reinstall the nuts securing the discharge air grille to the
cabinet front. Reinstall the cabinet front on the unit.
AIR DISCHARGE GRILLE
The discharge grille can be adjusted to expel air at either a 15°
or 40° angle.
15° Discharge
Angle
40° Discharge
Angle
Discharge Grille Orientation Options
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PROPER INSTALLATION
CONFIGURATION SETTINGS FOR G & K
BOARDS
The control can be configured to operate a wide range of options. The options listed below with the * are the factory default settings. If these are acceptable, then the unit does not
require any additional configuration and is fully operable. To
configure the unit, first select the configuration feature code
setting and then an option code to change from the factory
default setting.
To enter configuration feature mode:
1. Press and continue to hold the up and down
arrow
keys and quickly press the OFF
key twice within
a two (2) second time frame.
The display will alternate between displaying the feature code C1 and the option code 0 (factory default setting). The lower right dot on
the display will flash. To enter the other option codes for
C1 (rE and L5) press either the up or down arrow key.
2. To select a configuration feature code other than C1,
press the HEAT
key until the desired configuration
comes up. To scroll to a previously viewed configuration
codes press the COOL
key.
Once you have scrolled to the correct feature, then to select the option code for your desired configuration, press
either the up or down key
to scroll through the op-
tions of the selected feature code.
To exit configuration mode:
Press the OFF
key. Configuration feature mode will
also exit if no keys are pressed for a period of two (2) minutes.
Below are the most common configuration settings. Additional
codes are present and may be accessed within this menu.
Contact the manufacturer for additional information.
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PROPER INSTALLATION
Feature
Code
Description
Interface Usage
C1
C2
Option
Code
Description
0*
Unit is only controlled by the touchpad behind the door.
rE
Unit is both controlled by a wireless thermostat
and/or the touchpad behind the door.
L5
Unit is controlled by a wired thermostat only via
on the low voltage terminals.
Au*
The fan only runs with the call for heating or cooling.
On
The fan runs continuously except in the OFF position.
Fan Operation
C4
Room Indentification first two
digits (00 to 99)
00-99
Set first two digits of room identification
C5
Room Identification last two
digits (00 to 99)
00-99
Set last two digits of room identification
0*
"No Occupancy" detection devices
1
Wired Door Switch and Motion Sensor present
18
Enter "No Occupancy" routine 18 hours after last control
selection
1
Normally Closed Device
0*
Normally Open Device
C6
Occupancy
C7
Motion Sensor Type
C8
Cooling Temperature Limiting
60-72 (65*)
Select temperature between 60 and 72 for minimum
cooling set point
C9
Heating Temperature Limiting
74-90 (80*)
Select temperature between 74 and 90 for maximum
heating set point
Reverse Cycle "B" or "O"
selection for thermostat
8*
Mating thermostat has a "B" terminal
C0
0
Mating thermostat has an "O" terminal
Not used
c1
c2
0*
Not Active
A
Active
Wired Unrented Set Back
c3
Unrented Cooling Temperature
60-90 (79*)
Select temperature between 60 and 90 unrented cooling set point.
c4
Unrented Heating Temperature
60-90 (63*)
Select temperature between 60 and 90 unrented heating set point.
0*
Not Twinned
CA
Twinned Unit
5
Twinned (Slave)
0*
Not Active
1
Active
U
Active in No occupancy / Unrented State
3-8
3-8
F*
Fahrenheit Scale
C
Celsius Scale
1*
On
0
Off
Cb
Dehumidification
CC
Dehumidistat call for a drop in temperature
Cd
English/Metric Temperature
CE
Freeze Protection
* Indicates factory default.
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MAINTENANCE
NOTE: The compressor does not require maintenance. It is
hermetically sealed, permanently lubricated.
WARNING
NOTE: Available accessory filter kits are FK10B (air intake
filter - 10 per pack) and CFK10B (charcoal filter - 10 per pack).
The charcoal filters will greatly improve the quality of the air by
absorbing odors from tobacco smoke, mold, mildew, etc. Both
filters are permanent and cleanable. Contact your sales person
for details.
TO PREVENT PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL
INJURY OR DEATH DUE TO ELECTRICAL SHOCK,
DISCONNECT THE ELECTRICAL POWER SUPPLY
BEFORE CLEANING THIS UNIT.
WARNING
TO AVOID THE RISK OF PROPERTY DAMAGE,
ELECTRICAL SHOCK OR PERSONAL INJURY, CLEAN
AIR FILTERS AND COILS REGULARLY. CLOGGED OR
SEVERELY RESTRICTED FILTERS OR COILS
REDUCE AIRFLOW WHICH CAN CAUSE DRASTIC
EFFICIENCY LOSS AS WELL AS SEVERE COMPONENT DAMAGE TO COMPRESSORS, ELECTRICAL
HEATER OR FAN MOTOR. IN EXTREME CASES,
CLOGGED FILTERS AND/OR COILS MAY CREATE A
FIRE HAZARD AND WILL VOID THE WARRANTY.
WARNING
SOME LOCAL CONDITIONS AND ENVIRONMENTS
CAN CAUSE FUNGI AND OTHER MATERIAL TO
GROW INSIDE THE PTAC UNIT. THIS MATERIAL
WHEN DRIED, AS WELL AS OTHER FOREIGN
MATERIAL, SIMILAR TO DRYER LINT IN YOUR
CLOTHES DRYER, ARE FIRE HAZARDS. BE SURE TO
THOROUGHLY CHECK AND CLEAN THE UNIT'S
COILS, BLOWER WHEEL AND BASEPAN PER THE
INSTRUCTIONS CONTAINED IN THIS MANUAL.
MONTHLY MAINTENANCE AND CLEANING
Intake Air Filter
To properly maintain the operational performance of your PTAC
unit, it is extremely important that the inlet air filter be cleaned
once per month or more often if operated in dusty or dirty locations or conditions. The intake air filter is constructed of durable polypropylene. The “air intake” air filter can be easily
inserted into the cabinet front using the cabinet filter guides.
The intake air grille swings out for easy access to the filter.
Before cleaning the intake filter, turn the unit off by setting the
mode switch to the OFF position. Filter should be cleaned as
required.
The following procedure is used to remove the intake filter:
1. Open the intake grille by grasping the top intake louver.
2. Pull the intake grille open.
3. Slide filter upward and remove.
4. Clean filter with vacuum or with running water.
Reverse this procedure to reinstall the filter.
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Intake Filter Removal
Vent Screen
Before cleaning the vent screen, disconnect power to the unit
by unplugging the power cord at the wall outlet or subbase, or
disconnect power at the fuse box or circuit breaker. If unit is
operated with vent door closed, the vent screen does not
need to be cleaned.
1. Remove the cabinet front as described in Front Removal.
2. Remove the six screws securing the chassis to the wall
sleeve.
3. Slide the chassis out of the wall sleeve far enough so that
the vent screen is accessible.
4. Remove the three screws securing the vent mesh screen
to the partition panel.
5. Clean and replace the vent screen, slide the chassis back
into the wall sleeve, secure it in place with six screws and
reinstall the front cabinet.
MAINTENANCE
Basepan and Condenser Coil
WARNING
DO NOT USE COMMERCIAL GRADE COIL CLEANERS.
SOME OF THESE CLEANERS MAY CONTAIN ETHYLENE DIAMINE TETRACETIC AICD (EDTA) WHICH
CAN SHORTEN THE LIFE OF THE CONDENSER COIL.
Vent - (Left Side Unit)
Cabinet Front
The cabinet front and discharge air grille can be cleaned with a
water dampened cloth . Under no circumstances should hydrocarbon-based cleaners (e.g. acetone, benzene, naphtha
gasoline, etc.) be used to clean the front or air grilles. Use care
when cleaning the control area.
YEARLY MAINTENANCE AND CLEANING
NOTE: Use a mild biodegradable detergent such as Simple
Green™ when cleaning the unit.
Special care must be taken to protect the unit’s control board
and other electrical components from getting any water on them
while cleaning. The use of harsh or caustic cleaning agents or
materials such as bleach or coil cleaners that are not designed
for PTAC products will cause damage or deterioration of the
aluminum fin or coil material and is not recommended. Care
must be taken not to bend the aluminum fin stock.
Routine Scheduled Maintenance
To achieve continuing top performance and high efficiency,
establish a “once a year” cleaning/inspection schedule for the
unit. Take the unit out of the sleeve and thoroughly clean and
rinse. Be sure to include in the yearly cleaning the evaporator
coils, and condenser coils, basepan, and drain passages.
Scheduled maintenance can be accomplished by either local
maintenance staff or by an authorized servicer. They must
follow the instructions described in this manual.
Before cleaning the basepan and condenser coil, turn OFF
unit mode switch and disconnect power to the unit. To disconnect power, either unplug the power cord at the wall outlet or
subbase, or disconnect power at the fuse box or circuit breaker.
1. Create a water-tight seal by tightly covering the entire control panel area and fan motor with plastic. Creating this
seal prevents water from entering the control area or the
fan motor and damaging the unit.
2. Spray condenser coil and basepan down with water. Next
spray a mild biodegradable detergent such as Simple
Green™ onto the condenser coil and basepan. Let set for
five (5) minutes.
3. Rinse condenser coil and basepan with water again. NOTE:
Ensure water pressure is no higher than that of an ordinary
garden hose and the water temperature no higher than
120°F.
4. Tilt the non-compressor side of the unit up no higher than
45 degrees and allow water to drain out the other side of
the unit.
5. Remove excess water left in the basepan by wiping the
basepan with a dry cloth.
6. Remove the water-tight seal from the motor and control
panel area.
7. Reinstall unit back into wall sleeve.
8. Allow unit to dry for 24 hours before reapplying power. When
power is reapplied test unit for proper operation.
9. Place a non-acidic algaecide in the basepan to inhibit bacteria growth. Ensure the algaecide is compatible with wet
coil operation and is not corrosive to the coil.
Adverse Operating Conditions Maintenance
Units operating in dusty or corrosive locations; i.e. dusty construction site or sea coast, must be cleaned more often. A
minimum of four (4) times a year will maintain proper operational conditions and protect unit components.
Wall Sleeve
Clean the wall sleeve while cleaning the unit. The caulking
around the sleeve should be checked to make sure that any
potential air and water openings around the sleeve are properly
sealed. The wall sleeve’s level should also be rechecked.
Proper leveling for most installations are a ¼ bubble tilt to the
outside and level from right to left. Contact your sales person
for detailed maintenance or cleaning instructions.
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MAINTENANCE
WARNING
HIGH PRESSURE AND HIGH TEMPERATURE CLEANING IS NOT RECOMMENDED. DOING SO COULD
DAMAGE THE ALUMINUM FIN STOCK AND ELECTRICAL COMPONENTS.
CLEARANCE CHECK
Clearances around the unit should also be checked to make
sure that the intake air and discharge air paths have not become blocked or restricted. A minimum of eight inches clearance is needed from unit to furniture, beds, or other objects for
proper operation. Restricted discharge or intake air will reduce
the units operational performance. In severe airflow restrictions
damage can occur to unit components such as the compressor, electric heater or fan motor.
NORMAL OPERATING SOUNDS AND
CONDITIONS
Water Trickling Sounds
Water is picked up and distributed over the coil. This
improves the efficiency and helps with water removal.
Water Dripping
Water will collect in the base pan during high humidity days.
This can cause overflow and drip from the outside of the unit.
Air Sounds
The fan cycle switch sets the operational mode of the fan in
the on position. When the unit is in conditioning mode for example high or low heat or cool, the fan will run continuously. In
the AUTO position , the fan will cycle on and off with the compressor or electric heater.
Starting Delay
You may notice a few minutes delay in the starting if you try to
start the unit too soon after turning the unit off. This is due to a
built in delay to protect the compressor.
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OPERATIONS
SEQUENCE OF OPERATION
•
Fan Advance/ Delay- The advance feature will allow the
fan to start six seconds prior to the compressor starting in
either cooling or heating mode. The delay will keep the fan
running for thirty seconds after the compressor stops in
either cooling or heating modes.
•
Remote Thermostats - Always use an approved thermostat supplied by the manufacturer. A wall thermostat that
has not been approved by the manufacturer may not work
correctly with this unit.
•
Remote Functions - All functions are controlled by a wall
mounted thermostat.
•
Remote Fan- When GL terminal is connected to R terminal the remote fan speed is switched to low. GH terminal
connected to the R terminal fan speed is switched to high.
•
Fuse Protection- The fuse protection has been maximized
on the 24 volt circuit so accidental groundings of the external terminals will not result in a burned out board. The unit
may be operated in standard mode if the fuse is blown.
There will be an auxiliary fuse supplied with the board. It
will be attached to the main fuse by a plastic clip. The fuse
is a 500 ma fuse. When replacing the fuse always use the
correct fuse part #M0804205.
•
Random Delay - When the master switch is turned on or
power is reapplied to the control, all functionality will be
locked out for a random period between two and four minutes, if Y or W inputs are active in remote or the mode
switch is set to HI/LO heat or cool. The delay can be avoided
if the front desk terminals are closed for more than two
seconds, or the mode switch is in the off or fan only position.
•
Transformer Selection- Some boards come with the
transformer selection set for on-board use, if an external
transformer is utilized move the jumper from "ON-BOARD
to EXTERNAL". If applicable, the wiring for an external transformer connects to the "EXT XFRMR" terminals.
•
Indoor Ambient Thermistor- The Indoor Ambient Thermistor senses actual room temperature.
•
Indoor/Outdoor Coil Thermistors- In the cooling mode,
if the compressor is engaged continuously for 20 minutes
and the Indoor Coil Thermistor is below 30 degrees the
compressor is disengaged until the ICT rises above 45
degrees. The Outdoor Coil Thermistor senses coil temperature which correlates to outdoor air temperature. Heat
pump operation can operate as low as 24°F outdoor temperature depending upon humidity conditions and/or the
balance point of the system. After defrost is initiated, the
compressor remains off for at least thirty minutes and resumes operation when the outdoor coil temperature
reaches 33°F. Electric resistance heat will maintain the
ambient room temperature anytime the temperature falls
4°F below the room set point temperature.
•
Load Shedding-The LS & IN terminals are used for load
shedding. A switch can be added to close the circuit to
lock out the compressor and electric heat when the power
company or energy management system is trying to reduce its load for a specified time.
Cooling Mode
Set the thermostat to the desired temperature then set the
mode switch to high or low cool. The fan motor will start first
then the compressor will start approximately 10 seconds later.
When the room temperature has reached the desired temperature the compressor will shut off and the fan will continue to run
for 30 seconds then shut off. If the fan cycle switch has been
set to "ON" or the electronic board has been programmed for
"ON" the fan will continue to run.
Heating Mode
Set the thermostat to the desired temperature then set the
mode switch to high or low heat. The fan motor will start, the
reversing valve will engage and then the compressor or electric
heat strip will start. If the unit is a heat pump the temperature
of the room and the set point of the thermostat will determine if
the unit brings on the compressor or electric heat. The room
temperature will need to be within 4 degree's of the thermostat
set point on "C-K" models and 2 1/2 degree's on "A-B" models
for the compressor to come on in the heat pump mode. Any
time the temperature of the room is more then 4 degree's or 2
1/2 degree's colder than the set point the electric heat will be
energized. The outdoor coil thermostat or thermistor will lock
out the compressor when the outdoor coil reaches a certain
temperature. Clamp on bi-metal thermostat disc's may be on
"A-B" model units. The bi-metal thermostats will open when
the coil temperature reaches 25º ± 5º and closes at 50º. The
plug in thermistors on the "C-K" models will lock the compressor out at 24º outdoor temperature and allow heat pump operation to come back on at 33º.
CONTROL BOARD CHARACTERISTICS
•
Automatic 3-minute Compressor Lockout - After the
compressor cycles off, it will not restart for three minutes.
This feature is enabled in standard or remote thermostat
control.
NOTE: This delay may be defeated by shorting the “FD1” and
“FD2” terminals together for a minimum of 5 seconds
•
Compressor lock-in feature- Whenever the compressor
is switched from off to on because the room temperature
has risen above or fallen below the specified limit it will
remain on for at least four minutes. However , if the thermostat point is changed during the four minutes this lock
in feature is overridden.
•
Automatic 2nd Stage Electric Heat (Heat Pump Models)- If the room temperature falls to 4°F below the set
point temperature, the reverse cycle heat pump is shut off
and the strip heat is turned on.
•
Automatic Freeze Protection - Whenever power is supplied to the unit and the master switch is in the ON position, automatic freeze protection is active. If the thermistor
senses temperature below 40°F+/-5°F, the fan motor and
electric strip heat (or hydronic heat, if applicable) are
switched on. The heater and fan will remain on until the
Thermistor senses a temperature of 43°F.
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OPERATIONS
• Sample Before Start - The SBS routine is used in the
cooling mode. This routine runs the unit fan on low speed
for up to 120 seconds. The sample fan is aborted if compressor demand is detected. To avoid unnecessary sampling the period between samples will be based on specific room conditions. The default sample before start period after a power up is 5 minutes. The period is corrected
every time a sample run is completed without a compressor demand. The minimum sample period is 5 minutes
and the maximum period is 15 minutes.
• Remote Temperature Sensor - An auxiliary temperature sensor ( RTS02) may be connected to the control that
senses actual room temperature. This sensor replaces the
Indoor Ambient Thermistor and will connect to the Indoor
Air terminals on the control.
• Front Desk Control - The front desk control terminals are
FD1 and FD2. These terminals will provide a connection
for a user supplied switch that will allow the operation of
the unit to be remotely defeated.
SWITCHES
70
78
65
"B" On
68
81
68
76
"C" On
66
81
61
78
"D" All Off (Default)
63
88
58
83
• Emergency Hydronic Heat - A switch can be added to
the EH & IN terminals to close the circuit to enable the
fan, enable the heater relay and lockout the compressor to
continue minimum operations with auxiliary power, if the
main power goes out.
FLASHES
SITUATION
CORRECTIVE
ACTION
1 Flashes
Control OK
Board OK
2 Flashes
24vac Fuse Blown
3 Flashes
Indoor Coil Thermister Failure
4 Flashes
Mode Switch Failure
Replace Fuse
Replace Indoor Coil
Thermister
Replace Board
5 Flashes
Thermostat Control
6 Flashes
Thermostat Input Failure
8 Flashes
Indoor Ambient
Thermister Failure
Replace Board
Replace Thermostat or
Correct Wiring
Replace Thermister
• Temperature Limiter Switch- A three position dip switch
will modify the temperature desired setting by activating
the appropriate switch. Only one switch may be activated
at a time.
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• Self diagnostic Mode-The diagnostic mode is initiated
by the following routine. Set the thermostat in the coolest
position and the mode switch in the off position. Rotate
the thermostat counterclockwise to the warmest setting
and rotate the mode switch counterclockwise to the fan
only position simultaneously and wait two seconds (or until
fan relay engages). Return the thermostat and mode switch
to their starting positions by rotating them both clockwise
simultaneously. The diagnostic routine will run the unit
through each mode in the following sequence:
• Transfer Fan- A transfer fan may be used if a user supplied relay is connected to TF1 and TF2. Make sure the
relay is a manufactured approved relay. The relay will be
energized whenever the blower/fan relay is energized.
• On Board Diagnostics -The LED light will flash once every 6 seconds. If an error occurs the LED will flash from 2
to 8 flashes every 6 seconds. Refer to the chart below for
possible causes for the flash codes. See page 29 for diagnostics on the digital board.shes
Situation
Corrective Action
COOLING RANGE HEATING RANGE
"A" On
MODE
TIME
Fan Only
5
Off
1
High Cool
17
Off
3
(reversing valve energize)
High Heat
(rev cycle)
17
Off
1
Low Heat
(elec heat)
5
DIGITAL BOARD DIAGNOSTICS
If a failure is detected on the digital board, there will be a green
light constantly lit up. This light is located under the OFF touch
pad button. The board will need to be programed into the Diagnostic Maintenance & Status Report mode to determine the
failure and the procedures to correct the failure.
DIAGNOSTIC MAINTENANCE & STATUS REPORT
To enter Diagnostic Status Report mode, press and hold
the up and down
arrows and, while holding, quickly
press the COOL key
twice.
Active Failures.
•
If there are no active failures or lockouts, the display will
show a double dash, “- -”. If there is a code listed, see the
unit “Diagnostic Codes” chart for a list of definitions.
Operating Temperatures.
• If not in Diagnostic Status Report Mode, enter as instructed
above and press the Fan Speed
key.
• If already in Diagnostic Status Report mode, press the
Fan Speed
key. The display will show the temperature of the desired set point, SP; the temperature at
the wireless thermostat, rL; the indoor ambient temperature behind the filter, IA; the indoor coil temperature, IC;
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OPERATIONS
the indoor discharge air temperature, Id; the outdoor coil
temperature, OC; the outdoor ambient temperature, OA;
and the spare probe temperature, IH. If any of the probes
are not populated the display will show the corresponding
failure code.
Past Failure Log
•
If not in Diagnostic Status Report Mode, enter as instructed
above and press the Fan Speed
key twice.
•
If already in Diagnostic Status Report mode, press the
Fan Speed
key. While the display is showing operating temperatures, the last 10 failure codes active or past
can be requested by pressing the Fan Speed
key
again. The codes are displayed last entry first followed
subsequently by each preceding code.
Note that modes F1 and Fd are also displayed in the normal
control operation (see “Diagnostic Codes” chart).
To exit Diagnostic Status Report mode, press the OFF
key.
DIAGNOSTIC CODES
CODE
M
O
D
E
S
F
A
I
L
U
R
E
S
A
I
R
F
L
O
W
W
A
R
N
I
N
G
S
STATUS
DISPLAY
ERROR
LIGHT
SUGGESTED ACTION
FP
Freeze Protection Engaged. The room temperature
measured by the wireless remote thermostat or indoor
ambient thermistor active sensor falls below 40°F.
Y
N
No Action required. This setting will disengage when
the room temperature rises above 43°F.
Fd
Front Desk switch is closed. All outputs are switched off.
Y
N
Open front desk switch to allow occupant unit
operation.
Fb
Low Remote Battery Warning.
N
Y
Replace Battery in Wireless Devices.
Y
Y
Replace black Indoor Ambient Thermistor or
Wireless Remote Thermostat.
F1
Indoor Ambient Thermistor reads outside the range -20°F to
200°F & the wireless thermostat is not communicating to the
unit control or
Indoor Ambient Thermistor (IAT) without a wireless remote
thermostat reads outside the range -20°F to 200°F.
F4
Indoor Coil Thermistor either above or below operating
tolerances.
N
Y
Replace Red Indoor Coil Thremistor .
F5
Wireless Thermostat failure.
N
Y
Replace Wireless Thermostat.
F6
Indoor Discharge Thermistor either above or below operating
tolerances.
N
Y
Replace Yellow Indoor
Discharge Thermistor.
L6
Discharge Air Too Hot..
N
Y
Clean Filter or Remove Air Blockage.
L8
Air Restriction in Heating.
N
Y
Clean Filter or Evaporator Coil.
L9
Air Restriction in Cooling.
N
Y
Clean Filter or Evaporator Coil.
LC
Outdoor Coil Thermistor temperature high.
N
Y
Clean Condensor Coils, Check Fan
fault code. Code will reset after cleaning.
C1
Clean Indoor Coil / Filter.
N
Y
Check for Blocked Indoor Air.
C0
Clean Outdoor Coil.
N
Y
Check for Blocked Outdoor Air.
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Refrigeration Sealed System
OPERATIONS
Process
Strainer
Capillary
Tube
Discharge Line
Suction Line
Condenser
Evaporator
Compressor
Refrigeration Sealed System - Air Conditioner
Capillary
Tube
Check Valve
(Open)
Process
Strainer
Capillary
Tube
Discharge Line
Suction Line
Condenser
Evaporator
Suction Line
D
i
s
c
h
a
r
g
e
L
i
n
e
Reversing
Valve
Compressor
Refrigeration Sealed System - Heat Pump (Air Conditioning Mode)
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Refrigeration Sealed System
OPERATIONS
Capillary
Tube
Check Valve
(Closed)
Process
Strainer
Capillary
Tube
Suction Line
Discharge Line
Condenser
Evaporator
Suction Line
D
i
s
c
h
a
r
g
e
L
i
n
e
Reversing
Valve
Compressor
Refrigeration Sealed System - Heat Pump (Heat Pump Mode)
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SERVICING
REFRIGERATION SYSTEM SERVICE
WARNING
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR
INSTALLING. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE
PRESENT. FAILURE TO DO SO MAY CAUSE
PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
from the truth. Oxygen from moisture plus normal compressor
and motor heat reacts chemically with the refrigerant and oil to
form corrosive hydrochloric and hydrofluoric acids. These acids contribute to the breakdown of motor winding insulation
and the corrosion of compressor working parts and cause unnecessary compressor failure. Sludge, which is a residue of
the chemical action, coats all compressor parts, the inside of
refrigerant tubing, and may even restrict refrigerant flow through
the capillary tube(s).
Leak Testing
WARNING
BRAZING REQUIRES HIGH TEMPERATURES. TAKE
PRECAUTION TO PROTECT AGAINST PERSONAL
INJURY OR PROPERTY DAMAGE. TO AVOID THE
RISK OF FIRE, THE REFRIGERATION SYSTEM MUST
BE KEPT FREE FROM CONTAMINATION DUE TO THE
PRESENCE OF AIR. FOLLOW THESE INSTRUCTIONS
EXACTLY. TO AVOID THE RISK OF BURNS,
PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH,
DO NOT PLUG IN THIS PRODUCT OR APPLY POWER
TO THE COMPRESSOR IF THE COMPRESSOR
TERMINAL COVER HAS BEEN REMOVED OR IS NOT
FIRMLY IN PLACE.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Effective July 1,1992 before opening any
refrigerant system it is the responsibility of the service technician
to capture the refrigerant for safe disposal.
Refer to the cooling and heater performance charts in this section for capacity test procedure.
A step-by-step procedure for determining source of trouble,
suggested method and normal values are provided in the Diagnosis Charts.
Service operations requiring opening of the hermetically sealed
refrigeration system should not be performed in the home. The
unit must be taken to a well equipped shop where special equipment for evacuating, dehydrating, charging and testing is available. The following equipment is necessary.
Equipment to use dry nitrogen of no more than .0012 grains of
moisture. Vacuum pump capable of evacuating to a minimum
of 50 microns.
Vacuum Pump - Kenney or equivalent. Micron gauge to check
vacuum. Refrigerant charging cylinder accurate to within 1/4
oz. Electronic leak detector - General Electric or equivalent.
Electrical equipment to test: compressors, capacitors, voltage
relays and overload protectors Electrical test board or portable
equipment, including: volt meter, ammeter, and watt meter.
Silver soldering and brazing equipment: Pinch off tools 1/4" to
5/8" Thermocouple tester.
Dehydrating And Evacuating Refrigeration System
A rather popular misconception exists that since air conditioners normally operate with a refrigerant temperature above 32°F.,
moisture in the system is harmless. Nothing could be further
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Refrigerant leaks are best detected with a halide or electronic
leak detector.
The importance of careful leak testing cannot be overemphasized. Undetected leaks invariably lead to repeated calls and
eventually result in system contamination, restrictions and
burned out compressors.
For a system that contains a refrigerant charge and is suspected of having a leak, stop the operation, check all tubing
and fittings. Soap suds may also be used.
NOTE: The flame of the halide detector will glow green in the
presence of R22 refrigerant.
If a leak is detected, do not attempt to apply more brazing
material to the joint. Recover the charge, unbraze the joint,
clean and rebraze.
For a system that has been newly repaired and does not contain a charge, connect a cylinder of refrigerant, through a gauge
manifold, to the process tube of the compressor and liquid line
strainer. Open the valve on the cylinder and manifold and allow
the pressure to build up within the system. Check for and
handle leaks as described above.
After the test has been completed, recover the test charge,
evacuate the system, and recharge with clean refrigerant.
Brazing
Satisfactory results require cleanliness, experience and the
use of proper material and equipment.
The connections to be brazed must be properly sized, free of
rough edges and clean.
The generally accepted materials are:
SIL-FOS (Alloy of 15% silver, 80% copper, 5% phosphorus) is
used without flux on copper to copper. DO NOT USE FOR A
COPPER TO STEEL CONNECTION. Recommended heat is
approximately 1400°F.
SILVER SOLDER (Alloy of 30% silver, 38% copper, 32% zinc.)
is used with fluoride base flux on copper to steel, brass to
copper, steel to steel, brass to steel. Recommended heat is
approximately 1200°F.
Evacuation
WARNING
TO PREVENT SEVERE BURNS. DO NOT ALLOW THE
SLUDGE OR OIL TO CONTACT THE SKIN.
SERVICING
IMPORTANT NOTE: Effective July 1,1992. Before opening any
refrigerant system it is the responsibility of the service technician
to capture the refrigerant for safe disposal.
This is the most important part of the entire service procedure.
The life and efficiency of the equipment is dependent upon the
thoroughness exercised by the serviceman when evacuating
air (non-condensables) and moisture from the system.
Air in the system causes high condensing temperature and
pressure, resulting in increased power input and reduced performance.
Moisture chemically reacts with the refrigerant and oil to form
corrosive hydrofluoric and hydrochloric acids. These attack
motor windings and parts, causing breakdown.
The equipment required to thoroughly evacuate the system is
a high vacuum pump, capable of producing a vacuum equivalent to 50 microns, and a thermocouple vacuum gauge to give
a true reading of the vacuum in the system.
NOTE: Never use the system compressor as a vacuum pump
or run when under a high vacuum. Motor damage could occur.
1. Connect the vacuum pump, vacuum tight manifold set with
high vacuum hoses, thermocouple vacuum gauge and charging cylinder.
2. Connect the low side line to the process tube of the compressor.
3. Connect the high side line to the process tube of liquid line
strainer.
NOTE: If either process tube is not long enough to receive the
compression or flare fitting and still leave room for a pinch-off,
swag the tube and braze in an extra length of tubing.
4. Start the vacuum pump and open shut off valve to the high
vacuum gauge manifold only. After the compound gauge
(low side) has dropped to approximately 29 inches of
vacuum open the valve to the vacuum thermocouple gauge.
See that the vacuum pump will bank-off to a minimum of
50 microns. A high vacuum pump can only produce a
good vacuum if its oil is not contaminated.
5. If the vacuum pump is working properly, close the valve to
the vacuum thermocouple gauge and open the high and
low side valves or the high vacuum manifold set. With the
valve on the charging cylinder closed, open the manifold
valve to the cylinder.
6. Evacuate the system to at least 29 inches gauge before
opening valve to thermocouple vacuum gauge.
7. Continue to evacuate to a minimum of 250 microns. Close
valve pump and watch rate of rise. If vacuum does not rise
above 1500 microns in three minutes, system can be considered properly evacuated.
8. If thermocouple vacuum gauge continues to rise and levels
off at about 5000 microns, moisture and non-condensables
are still present. If gauge continues to rise a leak is present.
Repair and re-evacuate.
9. Close valve to thermocouple vacuum gauge and vacuum
pump. Shut off pump and prepare to charge.
Charging
Charge the system with the exact amount of refrigerant.
Refer to the unit nameplate for the correct refrigerant charge.
An inaccurately charged system will cause future problems.
1. When using an ambient compensated calibrated charging
cylinder, allow liquid refrigerant only to enter the high side.
2. After the system will take all it will take, close the valve on
the high side of the manifold.
3. Start the system and charge the balance of the refrigerant
though the low side. Do not charge in a liquid form.
4. Close the low side valve on the manifold and pinch-off both
process tubes. Remove the manifold set, crimp shut the
open ends of the process tubes and braze.
5. Recheck for refrigerant leaks.
NOTE: Do not use a refrigerant other than that shown on the
serial number identification plate.
All precautionary measures recommended by the refrigerant
manufacturers and suppliers should be observed.
Line Piercing Valves
Line piercing valves may be used for diagnosis but are not
suitable for evacuating or charging due to the minute holes
pierced in the tubing.
Line piercing valves must not be left on the refrigerant system.
The connection between the valve and the refrigerant tubing is
not hermetically sealed and will eventually leak.
Open Lines
During any processing of the refrigeration system the lines
should never be left open to atmosphere since water vapor will
enter and add to the problem of proper evacuation.
Operating Test
The final step in a successful repair is an accurate operating
test. Follow the Cooling and Heating Performance tests provided to make sure the product is again performing to design
standards.
WARNING
NEVER TEST OPERATION WITHOUT THE UNIT IN
THE WALL SLEEVE. A SERIOUS CHANGE IN DESIGN
SPECIFICATIONS FOR AIR MOVEMENT THROUGH
THE EVAPORATOR AND CONDENSER COMPARTMENTS, CAUSING THE FAN MOTOR TO OVER HEAT
AND THE REFRIGERATION SYSTEM TO BECOME
UNBALANCED WILL OCCUR WHEN THE UNIT IS
NOT INSTALLED IN THE WALL SLEEVE.
Efficient operation is dependent on a balanced system. One of
the most common reasons for inefficiency is the users failure
to adequately clean the condenser thereby creating reduced
air movement.
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SERVICING
Cooling Performance Test Thermometers
The following precautions are necessary in observing the thermometer readings in the cooling performance test.
1. Use two accurately calibrated refrigeration type thermometers or a thermocouple potentiometer.
2. Thermometers are affected by body heat or changes in air
flow. Therefore, the thermometers must be secured in proper
locations with masking tape, wire or other applicable retainers.
3. Readings should be observed without touching or moving
the thermometers.
chrometer should be plus or minus 1°F within reading obtained on thermometer in the return air. Check wet bulb
temperature on sling psychrometer and record same.
D. After the wet bulb temperature, dry bulb temperature, and
return air temperature have been recorded, proceed to calculate the temperature difference as follows.
E. Subtract temperature obtained in Step B from temperature
obtained in Step A. The remainder temperature is used to
calculate from the Cooling Range Chart.
EXAMPLE: Assume a PTH15 unit is under test and the temperature readings indicated below were obtained.
1. Return air D.B. temperature: 80°F, Step A.
Place Discharge Air
Thermostat Here
2. Discharge air D.B. temperature: 69°F, Step B.
3. Return air, wet and dry bulb temperature as recorded in
Step C: Dry Bulb 80°F, Wet Bulb 75°F.
4. In left hand column of Cooling Capacity Charge headed
Dry Bulb, find the 80° value.
Place Inlet Air
Thermostat Here
(Center in Grille)
Sling Psychrometer
The sling psychrometer is used to obtain the wet bulb temperature in determining the percent relative humidity.
To obtain the wet bulb operate the sling psychrometer as
follows:
Saturate the wick (only once during procedure of obtaining
wet bulb readings) with clean water slightly below room
temperature. Psychrometer reading should be acquired five
to six feet in front of the unit and approximately four feet off
the floor.
NOTE: Direct discharge airflow away from the sling
psychrometer.
The cooling performance test should not be employed when
outside temperatures are 20° below that of the room. Best
results are obtained when the test is conducted under peak
load conditions.
The air conditioner must operate at least 20 minutes on the
High Cool position before testing.
Cooling Test
The following temperature must be recorded for the cooling
performance test:
A. Dry bulb temperature of return air at conditioner. Locate
thermometer as illustrated.
B. Dry bulb temperature of air leaving conditioner. Thermometer has to be located as illustrated.
C. The dry bulb thermometer temperature on the sling psy-
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5. In column headed Wet Bulb find the 75°F value and find
the value 8 -13 in the cooling range column under the Model
"PTH153 PTH154".
This data shows that the temperature of the air passing through
the cooling coil is reduced at least 8°F but not more than 13°F.
This example unit is operating normally for the existing conditions.
For the example unit under test, the temperature difference
was 11°F (80°F, return air, minimum 69°F discharge air). Since
the value is within the listed cooling range 8 - 13, this unit is
considered to be operating normally.
For Total Power Input Test (wattage) the following additional readings must be recorded after the unit under
test is interconnected with a wattmeter.
• Outdoor dry bulb temperature. Avoid direct exposure of
thermometer to sunlight or to hot condenser discharge air.
• Total watts input, measured by wattmeter or calculate by
multiplying applied voltage by unit amps.
Calculating Procedure
1. Locate the outdoor temperature obtained in first column of
Total Power Consumption Cooling Chart.
2. Locate in second column the return air wet bulb temperature obtained in Step C.
3. The total watts input should come between minimum and
maximum values indicated for each model.
EXAMPLE: Assume that a PTH15 is again under test. Proceed as follows and observe test readings as simultaneously
as possible.
1. Outdoor dry bulb temperature reading - 95°F.
2. Check watts input - 1510.
3. Wet bulb temperature as described in Step C - 75°F.
SERVICING
In column headed Outdoor Dry Bulb Temperature of the Power
Consumption Chart find the 95°F value. Read to the right from
the 95°F value and find the room wet bulb temperature (75°F).
1. Outside coil inlet D.B. temperature readings as described
in Step A: 45°F.
Read to the right front the 75°F W.B. value in the PTH15 column and note the minimum and maximum wattage of 1460 1575.
3. Inside coil inlet D.B. temperature reading as described in
Step B: 75°F.
Since the wattage reading (1510) obtained in the test is within
the prescribed range, the total power input in watts is considered to be normal.
Electric Heat Test
For the electric heat test, the following readings must be recorded after the unit is interconnected with a wattmeter or by
recording the total amp draw to the unit.
2. Check watts input: 1370 W.
Read to the right from the 75°F inside coil inlet D.B. value in
the column and note the minimum and maximum wattage of
1335 - 1470.
Since the wattage reading (1370) obtained in the test is within
the prescribed range, the total power input in watts is considered to be normal.
See the charts on the following pages.
NOTE: Cabinet front must be in place during this test.
•
Record supply voltage to unit.
•
Operate unit in highest heat setting.
•
Record wattage recorded on wattmeter or total amp draw
to unit.
•
Refer to heating watts/amps chart. (Whichever is applicable for voltage rating on the unit being tested.)
•
The total watts or amps recorded should fall within the
minimum and maximum watts/amps listed on these charts.
EXAMPLE: Assume that a PTH15 230/208V with 3.5 kW electric heater is under test.
1. Supply voltage as recorded - 208volts.
2. Watts recorded -2750W or Amps recorded - 13.5 Amps.
3. Locate the readings listed on the following pages. You will
note that these readings fall within the voltage, watts and
amp draw minimum and maximum ranges listed and therefore the unit heating performance would be considered
normal.
Heating Power Consumption Test (Heat Pump Mode Only)
For the total power consumption test, the following readings
must be recorded after the unit is interconnected with a wattmeter.
•
Outside coil inlet air dry bulb temperature.
•
Inside coil inlet air dry bulb temperature.
•
Total watts input measured by wattmeter.
Calculating procedure
1. Locate temperature obtained in Step A in first column of
Heating Wattage Chart.
2. Locate in second column the inside coil inlet D.B. temperature.
3. The total watts input should come between minimum and
maximum values indicated for each model.
EXAMPLE: Assume that a PTH15 is under test.
Proceed as follows and observe test readings as simultaneously
as possible.
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SERVICING
COOLING WATTAGE - HEAT PUMPS
Model
Temperature
Outside Coil
Dry Bulb (ºF)
100
95
90
85
80
36
Room
Wet Bulb
(ºF)
PTH073
PTH074
PTH093
PTH094
PTH123
PTH124
PTH153
PTH154
Total
Wattage
Input
Total
Wattage
Input
Total
Wattage
Input
Total
Wattage
Input
Total
Wattage
Input
Total
Wattage
Input
Total
Wattage
Input
Total
Wattage
Input
Min
Max
Min
Max
Min
Max
Min
Max
85
625
698
805
885
1110
1205
1500
1615
80
630
700
810
890
1115
1210
1520
1635
75
630
700
810
890
1120
1215
1530
1645
70
630
700
810
890
1115
1210
1530
1650
65
625
695
805
885
1110
1205
1525
1645
60
615
685
795
875
1105
1200
1515
1630
55
605
675
785
865
1090
1185
1495
1610
85
590
660
760
840
1060
1155
1430
1545
80
595
665
765
845
1065
1160
1445
1565
75
600
670
770
845
1065
1160
1460
1575
70
595
665
765
845
1065
1160
1460
1575
65
590
660
760
840
1060
1155
1455
1570
60
585
655
755
835
1050
1145
1440
1560
55
570
645
745
820
1040
1135
1420
1540
85
560
630
720
800
1010
1105
1355
1475
80
565
635
725
805
1015
1110
1375
1490
75
565
635
725
805
1015
1110
1385
1505
70
565
635
725
805
1015
1110
1390
1505
65
560
630
720
800
1010
1105
1385
1500
60
550
620
710
790
1000
1095
1370
1485
55
540
610
700
780
990
1085
1350
1465
85
525
600
680
755
960
1055
1285
1400
80
530
600
685
760
965
1060
1305
1420
75
535
605
685
765
965
1060
1315
1430
70
530
600
685
760
965
1060
1315
1435
65
525
600
680
755
960
1055
1310
1430
60
520
590
670
750
950
1045
1300
1415
55
510
580
660
735
940
1035
1275
1395
85
495
565
635
715
910
1005
1215
1330
80
500
570
640
720
915
1005
1230
1350
75
500
570
640
720
915
1010
1240
1360
70
500
570
640
720
910
1005
1245
1360
65
495
565
635
715
910
1005
1240
1355
60
485
555
630
705
900
995
1225
1345
55
475
545
615
695
890
985
1205
1320
SERVICING
COOLING CHANGE OF TEMPERATURE - AIR CONDITIONERS
Model
PTC073
Temperature
Outside Coil
Dry Bulb (ºF)
Room
Wet Bulb
(ºF)
85
90
85
80
75
70
Temperature
Across
Indoor Coil
(ΔT)
PTC074
PTC093
PTC094
PTC123
PTC124
PTC153
PTC154
Temperature
Temperature
Temperature
Temperature
Temperature
Temperature
Temperature
Across
Across
Across
Across
Across
Across
Across
Indoor Coil (ΔT) Indoor Coil (ΔT) Indoor Coil (ΔT) Indoor Coil (ΔT) Indoor Coil (ΔT) Indoor Coil (ΔT) Indoor Coil (ΔT)
Min
Max
Min
Max
Min
Max
Min
Max
1
3
2
6
1
5
1
4
80
6
11
10
15
9
13
8
13
78
15
19
18
23
17
22
16
21
70
23
28
27
31
25
30
24
29
80
3
8
7
11
5
10
5
9
75
11
16
14
19
13
18
12
17
70
18
23
22
26
20
25
20
24
65
26
31
29
34
28
33
27
32
75
7
12
10
15
9
13
8
13
70
14
18
17
21
15
20
15
19
65
20
25
23
28
22
26
21
26
60
27
31
30
34
28
33
28
32
70
9
14
12
17
10
15
10
15
65
14
19
17
22
15
20
15
20
60
19
24
22
27
20
25
20
25
55
24
29
27
32
25
30
25
30
65
9
13
11
15
9
13
9
14
60
13
17
15
19
13
17
13
18
55
17
21
19
23
17
21
17
22
PTH124
PTH153
PTH154
COOLING CHANGE OF TEMPERATURE - HEAT PUMPS
Model
PTH073
Temperature
Outside Coil
Dry Bulb (ºF)
90
85
80
75
70
Room
Wet Bulb
(ºF)
Temperature
Across
Indoor Coil
(ΔT)
PTH074
PTH093
PTH094
PTH123
Temperature
Temperature
Temperature
Temperature
Temperature
Temperature
Temperature
Across
Across
Across
Across
Across
Across
Across
Indoor Coil (ΔT) Indoor Coil (ΔT) Indoor Coil (ΔT) Indoor Coil (ΔT) Indoor Coil (ΔT) Indoor Coil (ΔT) Indoor Coil (ΔT)
Min
Max
Min
Max
Min
Max
Min
85
1
3
2
6
1
5
1
Max
4
80
6
11
10
15
9
13
8
13
78
15
19
18
23
17
22
16
21
70
23
28
27
31
25
30
24
29
80
3
8
7
11
5
10
5
9
75
11
16
14
19
13
18
12
17
70
18
23
22
26
20
25
20
24
65
26
31
29
34
28
33
27
32
75
7
12
10
15
9
13
8
13
70
14
18
17
21
15
20
15
19
65
20
25
23
28
22
26
21
26
60
27
31
30
34
28
33
28
32
70
9
14
12
17
10
15
10
15
65
14
19
17
22
15
20
15
20
60
19
24
22
27
20
25
20
25
55
24
29
27
32
25
30
25
30
65
9
13
11
15
9
13
9
14
60
13
17
15
19
13
17
13
18
55
17
21
19
23
17
21
17
22
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SERVICING
COOLING AMPERAGE CHART - AIR CONDITIONER
M o del
P T C 0 73
P T C 07 4
P T C 09 3
P T C 09 4
P T C 123
P T C 124
P T C 153
P T C 154
C o nd Inlet A ir
T empe rature (ºF )
A mperage
A mpera ge
A mpera ge
A mpe rage
A mpe rage
A mpe rage
A mperage
A mpera ge
M in
M ax
M in
M ax
M in
M ax
M in
M ax
M in
M ax
M in
M ax
M in
M ax
M in
M ax
100
2.8
3.0
2.3
2.5
3.5
3.9
2.7
2.9
4.8
5.4
4.0
4.4
6.4
7.1
5.8
6.4
95
2.6
2.9
2.2
2.4
3.3
3.7
2.5
2.8
4.6
5.1
3.8
4.2
6.0
6.7
5.5
6.1
90
2.5
2.8
2.1
2.3
3.2
3.5
2.4
2.7
4.4
4.9
3.7
4.0
5.7
6.4
5.3
5.8
85
2.4
2.7
2.0
2.2
3.0
3.3
2.3
2.5
4.2
4.6
3.5
3.9
5.4
6.0
5.0
5.5
80
2.3
2.5
1.9
2.1
2.9
3.2
2.2
2.4
4.0
4.4
3.3
3.7
5.1
5.7
4.8
5.3
COOLING AMPERAGE CHART - HEAT PUMPS
M o del
P T H073
P T H074
P T H093
P T H 094
P T H123
P T H124
P T H153
P T H 154
Co nd Inlet Air
T emperature (ºF )
Amperage
Amperage
Amperage
A mperage
A mperage
Amperage
Amperage
Amperage
Min
M ax
Min
M ax
Min
Max
M in
Max
Min
M ax
Min
M ax
Min
Max
M in
Max
100
2.8
3.0
2.4
2.6
3.5
3.9
2.8
3.0
4.8
5.3
4.2
4.6
6.4
7.1
5.7
6.3
95
2.6
2.9
2.3
2.5
3.3
3.7
2.6
2.9
4.5
5.0
4.0
4.4
6.0
6.7
5.4
6.0
90
2.5
2.7
2.1
2.4
3.2
3.5
2.5
2.8
4.3
4.8
3.8
4.2
5.7
6.4
5.2
5.7
85
2.3
2.6
2.0
2.2
3.0
3.3
2.4
2.7
4.1
4.5
3.6
4.0
5.4
6.0
4.9
5.4
80
2.2
2.4
1.9
2.1
2.9
3.2
2.3
2.5
3.9
4.3
3.4
3.8
5.1
5.7
4.7
5.1
HEATING WATTAGE - HEAT PUMPS
Model
Temperature
Outside Coil
Dry Bulb (ºF)
50
45
40
35
38
Room
Wet Bulb
(ºF)
PTH073
PTH074
PTH093
PTH094
PTH123
PTH124
PTH153
PTH154
Total
Wattage
Input
Total
Wattage
Input
Total
Wattage
Input
Total
Wattage
Input
Total
Wattage
Input
Total
Wattage
Input
Total
Wattage
Input
Total
Wattage
Input
Min
Max
Min
Max
Min
Max
Min
Max
85
615
660
810
855
1095
1180
1450
1585
80
595
640
790
835
1075
1155
1425
1555
75
580
625
775
820
1050
1135
1395
1530
70
565
610
755
800
1030
1110
1370
1500
65
550
595
735
780
1005
1085
1340
1475
85
595
640
775
820
1060
1140
1390
1520
80
580
625
755
800
1035
1120
1360
1495
75
560
605
740
785
1015
1095
1335
1470
70
545
590
720
765
990
1070
1305
1440
65
530
575
700
745
970
1050
1280
1415
85
575
620
740
785
1020
1100
1325
1460
80
560
605
720
765
1000
1080
1300
1435
75
545
590
700
745
975
1055
1270
1405
70
525
570
685
730
950
1035
1245
1380
65
510
555
665
710
930
1010
1220
1350
85
555
600
705
750
985
1065
1265
1400
80
540
585
685
730
960
1040
1240
1370
75
525
570
665
710
935
1020
1210
1345
70
510
555
650
695
915
995
1185
1315
65
490
535
630
675
890
975
1155
1290
SERVICING
HEATING CHANGE OF TEMPERATURE - HEAT PUMPS
Model
PTH073
PTH074
PTH093
PTH094
PTH123
PTH124
PTH153
PTH154
Temperature
Across
Indoor Coil (ΔT)
Temperature
Across
Indoor Coil (ΔT)
Temperature
Across
Indoor Coil (ΔT)
Temperature
Across
Indoor Coil (ΔT)
Temperature
Across
Indoor Coil (ΔT)
Temperature
Across
Indoor Coil (ΔT)
Temperature
Across
Indoor Coil (ΔT)
Temperature
Across
Indoor Coil (ΔT)
Max
Temperature
Outside Coil
Dry Bulb (ºF)
50
45
40
35
Room
Wet Bulb
(ºF)
Min
Max
Min
Max
Min
Max
Min
85
21
25
27
32
30
34
29
33
80
22
26
28
33
31
35
30
34
75
23
27
29
34
32
36
31
35
70
24
28
30
35
33
37
32
36
65
25
29
31
36
34
38
33
37
85
18
23
24
29
27
32
28
33
80
19
24
25
30
28
33
29
34
75
2
25
26
31
29
34
30
35
70
21
26
27
32
30
35
31
36
65
22
27
28
33
31
36
32
37
85
16
21
22
26
25
30
28
33
80
17
22
23
27
26
31
29
34
75
18
23
24
28
27
32
30
35
70
19
24
25
29
28
33
31
36
65
20
25
26
30
29
34
32
37
85
14
18
19
24
23
27
28
32
80
15
19
20
25
24
28
29
33
75
16
20
21
26
25
29
30
34
70
17
21
22
27
26
30
31
35
65
18
22
23
28
27
31
32
36
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SERVICING
Past Failure Log
DIGITAL BOARD DIAGNOSTICS
If a failure is detected on the digital board, there will be a green
light constantly lit up. This light is located under the OFF touch
pad button. The board will need to be programmed in the Diagnostic Mode to determine failure code and procedures to follow to correct problem.
Diagnostic Maintenance & Status Report
The Diagnostic Maintenance & Status Report Mode provides
detailed information on PTAC control operation and operational
status including present modes, failures, airflow restriction
warnings, operating temperatures, and past failures. The lower
right hand dot on the center display flashes in this mode. In
some cases the green LED located in the lower left hand corner of the touchpad below the OFF key will also be lit. This
Green LED “Status Light“ only illuminates if there is an status
code that has been activated and should be reviewed. In most
cases, this light indicates that the indoor room filter is dirty
should be cleaned or replaced. NOTE: Dirty filters cause the
unit to consume more energy than normally needed to condition a room. Once the filter has been cleaned or replaced, the
LED should go out. If the LED is still illuminated after the filter
has been cleaned, activate the Diagnostic and Status mode to
view any active codes. The unit may need additional cleaning
or maintenance of the evaporator or condenser coils. Please
perform this step before calling a servicer. A servicer should
be called only if cleaning the filter or coils does not clear
the status code or the code indicates that servicer should
be called.
DIAGNOSTIC STATUS REPORT MODE.
To enter Diagnostic Status Report mode, press and hold
the up and down
arrows and, while holding, quickly
press the COOL key
twice.
Active Failures.
•
If there are no active failures or lockouts, the display will
show a double dash, “- -”. If there is a code listed, see the
unit “Diagnostic Codes” chart for a list of definitions.
Operating Temperatures.
•
If not in Diagnostic Status Report Mode, enter as instructed
above and press the Fan Speed
•
key.
If already in Diagnostic Status Report mode, press the
Fan Speed
key. The display will show the temperature of the desired set point, SP; the temperature at
the wireless thermostat, rL; the indoor ambient temperature behind the filter, IA; the indoor coil temperature, IC;
the indoor discharge air temperature, Id; the outdoor coil
temperature, OC; the outdoor ambient temperature, OA;
and the spare probe temperature, IH. If any of the probes
are not populated the display will show the corresponding
failure code.
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• If not in Diagnostic Status Report Mode, enter as instructed
above and press the Fan Speed
key twice.
• If already in Diagnostic Status Report mode, press the
Fan Speed
key. While the display is showing operating temperatures, the last 10 failure codes active or past
can be requested by pressing the Fan Speed
key
again. The codes are displayed last entry first followed
subsequently by each preceding code.
Note that modes F1 and Fd are also displayed in the normal
control operation (see “Diagnostic Codes” chart).
To exit Diagnostic Status Report mode, press the OFF
key.
SERVICING
DIAGNOSTIC CODES
CODE
F
A
I
L
U
R
E
S
L
O
C
K
O
U
T
S
W
A
R
N
I
N
G
S
STATUS
FP
Freeze Protection Engaged. The room tem perature
m easured by the wireless rem ote therm ostat or indoor
am bient therm istor active sensor falls below 40°F.
Fd
Front Desk switch is closed. All outputs are switched off.
F1
Indoor Am bient Therm istor reads outside the range -20°F to
200°F & the wireless therm ostat is not com m unicating to the
unit control or
ERROR
LIGHT
SUGGESTED ACTION
Y
N
This feature can be disabled by the Unit
Configuration Settings; however, this setting would
disengage as soon as the am bient room
tem perature rises above 43°F.
Y
N
Y
Y
N
Y
N
Y
N
Y
N
Y
DISPLAY
Open front desk switch.
Replace red Indoor Am bient Therm istor or
W ireless Rem ote Therm ostat.
Indoor Am bient Therm istor (IAT) without a wireless rem ote
therm ostat reads outside the range -20°F to 200°F
F4
Indoor Coil Therm istor either above or below operating
tolerances.
F5
W ireless Therm ostat failure
F6
Indoor Discharge Therm istor either above or below operating
tolerances.
Fb
Low Rem ote Battery
L6
Discharge Air Too Hot. Indoor Discharge Therm istor senses
output greater than 175°F.
N
Y
Clean Filter or Rem ove Air Blockage
L8
Heating tem perature change too large
N
Y
Clean Filter or Evaporator Coil
L9
Cooling tem perature change too large
N
Y
Clean Filter or Evaporator Coil
LC
Outdoor Coil Therm istor tem perature high
N
Y
Clean Condensor Coils, Check Fan
fault code. Code will reset after cleaning.
C1
Clean Indoor Coil / Filter
N
Y
Check for blocked Indoor Air
C0
Clean Outdoor Coil
N
Y
Check for blocked Outdoor Air
Replace Red Indoor Coil Threm ister
Replace W ireless Therm ostat
Replace Yellow Indoor
Discharge Therm istor
Replace Battery in W ireless Devices.
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SERVICING
PTAC ANALYSIS CHART
Power Failure
Blown Fuse
Loose Connection
Shorted or Broken Wires
Open Overload
Faulty Thermostat
Shorted or Open Capacitor
Internal Overload Open
Shorted or Grounded Compressor
Compressor Stuck
Open Control Circuit
Low Voltage
Faulty Evap or Cond. Fan Motor
Shorted or Grounded Fan Motor
Shortage or Refrigerant
Restructed Liquid Line
Dirty Air Filter
Dirty Indoor Coil
•
•
• •
•
•
•
• • • • • •
• •
• •
•
•
•
•
• •
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
• •
•
•
• •
• •
•
• •
•
• •
Dirty Outdoor Coil
Noncondensibles
Recirculation of Condensing Air
• •
• •
•
•
Improperly Located Thermostat
System Undersized
•
Broken Values
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•
See Service Procedure Reference
High head pressure
•
• •
• •
•
•
Inspect Connection - Tighten
S-2
Test Circuits With Ohmmeter
S-3
Test Continuity of Overloads
S-17A
Test Continuity of Thermostat & Wiring
S-3
Test Capacitor
S-15
Test Continuity of Overload
S-6
Test Motor Windings
S-17
Use Test Cord
S-17
Test Control Circuit with Voltmeter
S-1
Test Voltage
S-1
Repair or Replace
S-16
Test Motor Windings
Test for Leaks, Replace Drier
S-16
S-1, S-2
Replace Restricted Part
•
•
•
• •
•
•
•
Inspect Filter - Clean or Replace
Inspect Coil - Clean
Reduce Blower Speed
Recover & Replace Cap Tube
S-116
Inspect Coil - Clean
Remove Charge, Replace Cap Tube
S-1, S-2
Remove Obstruction to Air Flow
Check Windows, Doors, Vent Fans, etc.
Relocate Thermostat
•
Refigure Cooling Load
•
•
Broken Internal Parts
Inefficient Compressor
High Suction Pressure
•
•
•
S-1
Impact Fuse Size & Type
•
•
•
• •
•
Infiltration of Outdoor Air
Low head pressure
Test Voltage
Too Much Air across Indoor Coil
Overcharge of Refrigerant
Low suction pressure
Test Method
Remedy
Compressor is noisy
Certain areas too cool others, too warm
Not cool enough on warm days
Too cool and then too warm
System runs continuously - little cooling
Compressor cycles on overload
Compressor runs - goes off on overload
Condenser fan will not start
Evaporator fan will not start
Compressor and Condenser Fan will not start
Compressor will not start - fan runs
SYMPTOM
DOTS IN ANALYSIS
GUIDE INDICATE
"POSSIBLE CAUSE"
System Will Not Start
POSSIBLE CAUSE
System
Operating
Pressures
Unsatisfactory
Cooling
No Heat
Complaint
• •
Replace Compressor
S-17
Test Compressor Efficiency
S-104
Test Compressor Efficiency
S-104
SERVICING
S-1 Checking Voltage
the evaporator.
9. Pull heater assembly up and out of the chassis.
WARNING
LINE VOLTAGE NOW PRESENT.
10. Disconnect floodback protector.
11. If the unit has a Red Thermistor on the indoor coil follow
steps 1-6 then steps 12 and 13.
12. Remove the access panel on the evaporator assembly.
1. Using a voltmeter, measure the voltage across terminals
L1 and L2 of the outlet.
2. No reading - indicates open wiring, open fuse(s), no power
or etc. from the unit to fused disconnect service. Repair
as needed.
S-2
1. Visually inspect all the wires.
2. Check wires for loose connections (tighten as needed or
replace Terminal if needed).
3. Check wires for pinched or cut wires.
S-3 Checking Thermostat, Wiring and Anticipator
WARNING
LINE VOLTAGE NOW PRESENT.
With power ON and thermostat calling for cooling.
13. The thermistor is clipped on the vertical section of the 90º
bend of the inlet line to the indoor coil. Unclip the thermistor and remove.
Checking Floodback Protector Thermostat
1. Use a voltmeter to check for 24 volts at thermostat wires C
and R on the terminal strip of the control board.
1. With power off, remove the floodback protector thermostat
leads from the circuit board.
2. No voltage indicates trouble in the thermostat, wiring or
external transformer source.
2. Check the floodback protector thermostat for continuity.
Below 30º ± 5ºF, the thermostat should read open. Above
60º + 6ºF, the thermostat should always read closed. Between 30 ± 5ºF and 60º ± 5ºF, the thermostat will read
open if coil temperature has been below 30º ± 5ºF and not
yet reset by going above 60º ± 5ºF. Otherwise, the thermostat will read closed.
3. Check the continuity of the thermostat and wiring. Repair
or replace as necessary.
S-5 Floodback Protector or Thermistor
FLOODBACK PROTECTOR
Opens at 30° F, Closes 60°F
INDOOR COIL THERMISTOR
See page 45 for resistance/temperature
1. Remove front cover.
2. Remove control knobs by pulling straight up away from the
escutcheon. (Skip this step if unit has a digital board.)
3. Remove the escutcheon by lifting front of escutcheon up
and pulling top tabs from holes. (Skip this step if unit has
a digital board.)
5. Remove the two mounting screws, one on each side of the
control board cover. Tilting the control panel out, remove
the cover.
6. Disconnect the floodback protector wiring or thermistor from
the control board’s Indoor Switch terminals.
7. Remove the two screws securing the top screen to the
evaporator assembly. (Be sure to slide the top of the screen
between the top flange and chassis when reassembling.)
8. Remove the two screws securing the heater assembly to
S-5 Outdoor Coil Thermostat or Thermistor
OUTDOOR THERMOSTAT OR THERMISTOR
1. Remove chassis from wall sleeve..
2. Remove control knobs by pulling straight up away from the
escutcheon. (Skip this step if unit has digital board.)
3. Remove the escutcheon by lifting front of escutcheon up
and pulling top tabs from holes. (Skip this step if unit has
digital board.)
4. Remove the two mounting screws, one on each side of the
control board cover. Tilting the control panel out, remove
the cover.
5. Disconnect outdoor thermostat wiring from the control board
OD STAT terminal or unplug the Blue Thermistor from the
connector.
6. Remove the outdoor thermostat from the outside coil.
7. Carefully slide thermostat wiring through the center partition. When replacing, be sure all holes in the center partition are properly sealed with Permagum.S-5 Outdoor Coil
Thermostat or Thermistor (Switchover Thermostat)
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Checking Switchover Thermostat
5. All heater assembly components are now accessible.
1. With power off, remove the switchover thermostat leads
from the circuit board.
2. Check, the switchover thermostat for continuity . Below
25° ±5°F the thermostat should read open. Above 60° +
6°F the thermostat should always read closed. Between
25° ±5°F and 50° ±5°F the thermostat will read open if coil
temperature has been below 25° ±5°F and not yet reset by
going above 50°±5°F otherwise the thermostat will read
closed
3. Replace the switchover thermostat if it does not test as
above.
4. The "C-K" models with the blue thermistor on the outdoor
coil, will lock out the compressor at 24°. The compressor
will re-engage when the coil temperature has warmed up
to 33°. See Thermistor OHMS values in the chart on
page 45.
6. All heaters manufactured after May of 2004 have a manual
reset limit on the heater. See image at bottom of previous column.
Checking Heater Assembly
1. With power off to the unit and heater, remove the heaters
in question and visually inspect the element for broken
condition.
2. Remove the wires from the element and check for continuity through the heater. If there is no continuity the heater
needs to be replaced.
S-7 Drain Pan Valve (Heat Pump Models Only)
DRAIN VALVE
1. Remove the chassis from the wall sleeve.
2. Remove the mounting screw and remove the drain valve.
The drain pan perates to remove condensate from base pan.
This is a thermal operated device that opens at 40°F and closes
at 60°F.
S-6 Heater Assembly
HEATER ASSEMBLY
1. Remove front cover.
Checking Operation of the Drain Valve
2. Remove the two mounting screws holding the screen above
the indoor coil in place. Remove the screen. (Be sure to
slide the top of the screen between the top flange and
chassis when reassembling.)
3. Remove the two screws holding the blower inlet panel in
place. Lift the blower inlet panel out of the unit and set
aside.
1. Cool the valve to 40°F or below and the plunger should
open.
2. Warm the valve up to 60°F and the plunger should close.
S-10a Fuse Replacement
Blower
Inlet
Panel
4. Remove heater from the blower inlet panel by removing the
two #8 mounting screws.S-6 Heater Assembly
#8 Screw
All heaters produced
May of 2004 have a
manual reset limit.
#8 Screw
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Control Board
The above boards fuse should be removed form the holder and
checked with a ohm meter. Continuous ohms indicate a good
fuse on reading indicates a open fuse replace fuse. The fuse
can only be replaced once. After the first replacement, the unit
must be checked for cause of repeated failure.
Ranco control boards have two fuses in a plastic holder. If the
fuse is blown, turn the holder over and insert the new fuse. If
the unit still does not operate check the fuse with a ohm meter.
The fuse can only be replaced once. After the first replacement, the unit must be checked for cause of repeated failure.
"G" & "K" model boards do not have fuses.
THERMISTOR RESISTANCE - TEMPERATURE CHARACTERISTIC
Thermistor Resistance-Temperature Characteristic
180000
Resistance (ohms)
160000
140000
120000
100000
80000
60000
40000
20000
0
0
10
20
30
40
50
60
70
80
90
100 110 120 130 140 150 160 170
Temperature (deg F)
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SERVICING
S-15 Capacitor Check
Attach Line Sel red wire
to appropriate voltage
terminal.
XFRMR
SELECT
LOW
COOL
OFF
OUTDOOR
COIL
INDOOR
COIL
INDOOR
AIR
Ohmmeter
ON
ON
ON / OFF
LED1
MASTER
SWITCH STATUS
Ohmmeter
REV.
VALVE
3
EXTERNAL
ON-BOARD
ext
xfrmr
FAN
HIGH
COOL
FAN
LOW
P6
HIGH
HEAT
LOW
HEAT
HIGH
BLUE
COMP
P5
LINE 2
RED
HEATER
P3
HEATER
Capacitor
BLACK
DANGER HIGH VOLTAGEFAN
LINE 1
C
2
Line
Sel
230
vac
B
Capacitor
ON
A
RMT/STD ON/AUTO
EH IN LSFD1FD2 TF1 TF2 C R GL W2 Y B GH THERMOSTAT FAN ALL OFF D
CYCLE
AUXILIARY REMOTE THERMOSTAT
CONTROL
1
265
vac
CAPACITOR
1. Remove front cover.
Ohmmeter
Capacitor
2. Remove control knobs by pulling straight up away from the
escutcheon.
3. Remove the escutcheon by lifting front of escutcheon up
and pulling top tabs from holes.
4. Remove the two mounting screws, one on each side of the
control board cover. Tilting the control panel out, remove
the cover.
5. Disconnect all wiring to the capacitor. Label the wires to
ensure proper reassembly.
6. Remove the screw securing the capacitor mounting clamp
to the center partition. Remove the capacitor.
Resistance Check
WARNING
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR
INSTALLING. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE
PRESENT. FAILURE TO DO SO MAY CAUSE
PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
Capacitor Resistance TEST
1. Set an ohmmeter on its highest ohm scale and connect
the leads to the capacitor a. Good Condition - indicator swings to zero and slowly
returns to infinity. (Start capacitor with bleed resistor
will not return to infinity. It will still read the resistance of
the resistor).
b. Shorted - indicator swings to zero and stops there - replace.
c. Open - no reading - replace. (Start capacitor would read
resistor resistance).
2. Testing for ohms between either capacitor terminal and
the capacitor body must show infinite ohms.
Capacitance Check
Using a hookup as shown below, take the amperage and voltage readings and use them in the formula:
Discharge capacitor and remove wire leads.
WARNING
DISCHARGE CAPACITOR THROUGH A 20 TO 30 OHM
RESISTOR BEFORE HANDLING.
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WARNING
LINE VOLTAGE NOW PRESENT.
SERVICING
14. Pressing the tabs on the right side of the shroud separate
the shroud from the outdoor coil.
Voltmeter
15 Amp
Fuse
15. Remove the two screw securing the outdoor coil to the
base pan.
16. Carefully lift the outdoor coil over the basepan lip away
from the fan wheel.
Capacitor
Ammeter
17. Push the shroud back toward the center partition panel.
18. Loosen the Allen screw securing the fan wheel clamp to
the motor shaft. Remove the fan blade. The fan blade must
be 1 inch away from the outdoor coil when reinstalled.
19. Remove the three mounting bolts securing the fan motor
to the center partition. Remove the motor.S-16 Checking
Fan and Motor Blower Windings
Testing Capacitance
Capacitance (MFD) = 2650 X Amperage
Voltage
If the value obtained is not within 10% of the rating printed on
the capacitor, replace.
The auto reset fan motor overload is designed to protect the
motor against high temperature and high amperage conditions
by breaking the common circuit within the motor, similar to the
compressor internal overload. However, heat generated within
the motor is faster to dissipate than the compressor, allow at
least 45 minutes for the overload to reset, then retest.
S-16 Checking Fan and Motor Blower Windings
BLOWER WHEEL, BLOWER MOTOR, FAN
BLADE
1. Remove chassis from the wall sleeve.
2. Remove control knobs by pulling straight up away from the
escutcheon.
3. Remove the escutcheon by lifting front of escutcheon up
and pulling top tabs from holes.
4. Remove the two mounting screws, one on each side of the
control board cover. Tilting the control panel out, remove
the cover.
5. Remove the two screws securing the top screen to the
evaporator assembly. (Be sure to slide the top of the screen
between the top flange and chassis when reassembling.)
WARNING
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR
INSTALLING. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE
PRESENT. FAILURE TO DO SO MAY CAUSE
PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
1. Remove the motor leads from their respective connection
points and capacitor (if applicable).
2. Check the continuity between each of the motor leads.
3. Touch one probe of the ohmmeter to the motor frame
(ground) and the other probe in turn to each lead.
If the windings do not test continuous or a reading is obtained
from lead to ground, replace the motor.
6. Remove the two screws securing the heater assembly to
the evaporator.
7. Pull heater assembly up and out of the chassis.
8. Loosen the Allen screw securing the clamp holding the
blower wheel on the motor shaft.
9. Pull the blower wheel off the shaft.
10. Disconnect the blower motor wiring as follows:
White from capacitor C terminal
WARNING
TO PREVENT PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL
INJURY OR DEATH DUE TO ELECTRICAL SHOCK,
ONLY QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL ARE
AUTHORIZED TO USE THE DIAGNOSTIC BOX
OR THIS PROCEDURE.
Red from control board FAN LOW terminal
Brown from capacitor FAN terminal
S-17 Compressor Windings
Black from control board FAN HIGH terminal
COMPRESSOR
Gently pull the wire through the center partition.
1. Remove the chassis from the wall sleeve.
11. Remove the two screws securing the side center partition
side brace to the top brace. Remove the brace.
2. Remove the compressor terminal cap and disconnect all
compressor wiring.
12. Remove the two screws securing the condenser air baffle
to the center partition. Remove the brace.
3. After capturing the refrigerant from the system, debraze
the inlet and discharge tubing from the compressor.
13. Remove all screws from the sides of the outdoor coil securing the shroud to the coil.
4. Remove the three foot mounting bolts and remove the compressor.
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SERVICING
Test Cord Connections
WARNING
TO PREVENT PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL
INJURY OR DEATH DUE TO ELECTRICAL SHOCK,
DO NOT CONNECT ELECTRICAL POWER TO THIS
UNIT OR TO THE COMPRESSOR IF THE
COMPRESSOR TERMINAL COVER HAS BEEN
REMOVED OR IS NOT FIRMLY IN PLACE.
L1
L2
Fuses
Compressor
Top
Outlet
If the test indicates shorted, grounded or open windings, see
procedure for the next steps to be taken.
Accumulator
Terminals
R S
C
Resistance Test
1. With no power, remove the leads from the compressor
terminals.
Capacitor
2. Touch the leads of an ohmmeter to terminals C-S, start
windings and C-R, run winding.
Ground Test
With no power and compressor leads removed:
Set an ohmmeter on its highest scale. Touch one lead to the
compressor body (clean point of contact, as a good connection is a must) and the other probe to each compressor terminal in turn. If a reading is obtained, then the compressor is
grounded and must be replaced.
1. Connect a good capacitor of the right MFD and voltage
rating into the circuit as shown.
2. Carefully apply line voltage.
a. If the compressor starts and continues run, the cause
for failure is somewhere else in the system.
b. If the motor fails to start - replace.
Since all single phase compressors are of the permanent split
capacitor design the high and low side pressure must be approximately equal or the low torque compressor may not start.
Ohmmeter
S-17A Overload
Compressor
Top
Outlet
Accumulator
Terminals
R S
C
Each compressor is equipped with an internal overload.
The line break internal overload senses both motor amperage
and winding temperature. High motor temperature or amperage heats the disc causing it to open, breaking the common
circuit within the compressor.
Fuse, circuit breaker, ground fault protective device, etc. has
not tripped.
Compressor Ground Test
If the voltage, capacitor, overload and motor windings test fail
to show the cause for failure.
With no power, wire a test cord to line voltage (L1 & L2).
1. With no power to the unit, remove the compressor cover,
and overload lead from the compressor terminal.
2. Using an ohmmeter: Test continuity between terminals of
the overload. If not continuous, the overload is open, replace the overload.
S-104 Checking Compressor Efficiency
NOTE: The wire size of the test cord must equal the line size,
and the fuses in the test line must be of the proper size and
type.
The reason for compressor inefficiency is broken or damaged
suction and/or discharge valves, or scroll flanks on Scroll compressors, reducing the ability of the compressor to pump refrigerant vapor.
The condition of the valves or scroll flanks is checked in the
following manner.
1. Attach gauges to the high and low side of the system.
2. Start the system and run a "Cooling Performance Test.
If the test shows:
a. Below normal high side pressure.
b. Above normal low side pressure.
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SERVICING
c. Low temperature difference across coil.
d. Low amp draw at compressor.
and the charge is correct. The compressor is faulty - replace
the compressor. NOTE: THIS TEST CANNOT BE DONE IN
THE HEATING MODE.
S-116 Filter Drier Replacement
6. Clean the end of the capillary tube and insert into the tube,
it may be necessary to crimp tubing around the capillary
tube, being careful not to damage the capillary tube. Insert
the bottom of the filter drier into the condenser elbow, it
may be necessary to heat slightly to get coupling to go
into place.
Brazing
WARNING
WARNING
HIGH VOLTAGE!
DISCONNECT ALL POWER BEFORE SERVICING OR
INSTALLING. MULTIPLE POWER SOURCES MAY BE
PRESENT. FAILURE TO DO SO MAY CAUSE
PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
1. Remove the two screws securing the front. Not all installations have the screws. Then remove the front. Do this by
pulling the bottom corners out and lifting up.
BRAZING REQUIRES HIGH TEMPERATURES. TAKE
PRECAUTION TO PROTECT AGAINST PERSONAL
INJURY OR PROPERTY DAMAGE.
Satisfactory results require cleanliness, experience and the
use of proper material and equipment.
The connections to be brazed must be properly sized, free of
rough edges and clean.
The generally accepted materials are:
2. Remove the six screws securing the unit to the
wall sleeve. If screws are not present they should be installed when units is reinstalled.
•
SIL-FOS (Alloy of 15% silver, 80% copper, 5% phosphorus) is used without flux on copper to copper. DO
NOT USE FOR A COPPER TO STEEL CONNECTION.
Recommended heat is approximately 1400°F.
•
SILVER SOLDER (Alloy of 30% silver, 38% copper, 32%
zinc.) Is used with fluoride base flux on copper to steel,
brass to copper, steel to steel, brass to steel. Recommended heat is approximately 1200°F. This is the most
important part of the entire service procedure.
3. Pull unit from wall sleeve and take unit to adequate work
area. Taking care not to spill any condensate which may
still be in the basepan.
8. Braze coupling and cap tube into place.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Effective July 1,1992. Before opening any
refrigerant system it is the responsibility of the service technician to capture the refrigerant for safe disposal.
S-122 Reversing Valve
4. After all the refrigerant has been recovered from the
system, remove bottom of strainer by unbrazing the strainer
from the condenser elbow. Hold the strainer with a pair of
pliers while heating up the brazed joint with a torch. When
joint is hot pull up on strainer and remove.
Heat up Capillary tube and remove from line.
Occasionally the reversing valve may stick in the heating or
cooling position or in the mid-operation.
When stuck in the mid-position, part of the discharge gas from
the compressor is directed back to the suction side resulting
in excessively high suction pressure.
Check the operation of the valve by starting the system and
switching the operation from COOLING to HEATING and then
back to COOLING.
If the valve fails to change its position, test the voltage (230 V.
or 265 V.) at the valve coil connector cap, while the system is
on the HEATING CYCLE.
WARNING
5. To install the new filter drier assembly, remove the end
plugs and clean the ends to be brazed into place.
SET THE THERMOSTAT ALL THE WAY COUNTERCLOCKWISE TO PREVENT THE FAN FROM
SUDDENLY COMING ON AND ENDANGERING
THE SERVICER'S HANDS.
49
DISASSEMBLY
If no voltage is registered to the coil, check the operation of the
reversing relay and the continuity of the connecting wires.
If voltage is registered at the coil, tap the valve body lightly
while switching the system from HEATING to COOLING etc. If
this fails to cause the valve to switch position, remove the coil
connector cap and wiring and test the continuity of the valve
coil. If the coil does not test continuous replace it.
If the valve is inoperative, replace.
SOUND LEVEL
Noise complaints are frequently caused by a faulty installation
or by the customer’s lack of knowledge and information.
Sources of actual noise may be traced to operational components, tubing vibration, or misalignment of case or sleeve with
chassis.
4. Lift the cabinet front off the chassis. Reverse this procedure to reinstall the cabinet front.
CHASSIS
COMPONENT REPLACEMENT
1. Disconnect power to the unit.
Replacement of the compressor, evaporator, condenser, capillary tubes and reversing valve must be in accordance with accepted service practices. These procedures include a complete evacuation of both high and low sides, and changing of
both strainer whenever the refrigerant system is opened.
2. Remove the front cover.
Before replacing a component in the sealed system, make
sure that the cause for complaint does not lie in the electrical
circuit, control, overload or is due to some other reason. The
serviceman must be familiar with the operational characteristics of the product and should not jump to conclusions.
FRONT COVER
1. Remove the two screws securing the front to the chassis.
NOTE: Not all installations will use these screws.
HOLES TO
SECURE FRONT
3. Remove three screws on each side of the chassis, securing the chassis to the wall sleeve.
4. Carefully slide chassis out of wall sleeve, placing on floor
or protected cart.
ESCUTCHEON, CONTROL BOARD,
CONTROL PANEL
1. Remove front cover.
2. Remove control knobs by pulling straight up away from the
escutcheon.
3. Remove the escutcheon by lifting front of escutcheon up
and pulling top tabs from holes. "E-K" models the escutcheon is permenantly attached to the cover.
4. Remove the two mounting screws, one on each side of the
control board cover. Tilting the control panel out, remove
the cover.
5. Disconnect all wiring to the control board. Label the wires
to ensure proper reassembly.
6. Remove the thermistor in front of the evaporator.
7. Remove the four control board mounting screws and remove the control board.
POWER CORD
2. Grasp the cabinet front as shown.
1. Remove the unit front by tilting the bottom of the front outward and then lift the front straight up.
2. Remove the control knobs on the control panel cover by
pulling upward on the knobs. Remove the escutcheon.
3. Remove the control panel cover by removing the two screws
holding the control panel cover. Tilt the control panel forward to gain access to the wires.
4. Remove the power cord clamp located near the bottom
right of the chassis.
3. Pull the bottom of the cabinet front away from the chassis
until the retaining clips disengage.
50
DISASSEMBLY
6. Remove the two screws securing the top screen to the
evaporator assembly. (Be sure to slide the top of the screen
between the top flange and chassis when reassembling.)
Right Side
Of Unit
Control
Panel
7. Remove screws on mid partition panel and shift out of the
way.
Power Cord Clamp
8. Remove the two screws securing the heater assembly to
the evaporator.
Incoming
Power
Opening
Power
Cord
9. Pull heater assembly up and out of the chassis.
5. On 230/208 volt units disconnect the ribbed lead from the
C terminal on the capacitor and the smooth lead from LINE
2 terminal on the control board and the green ground wire
from the partition panel.
On 265 volt units disconnect the ribbed lead from the C
terminal on the capacitor and the smooth lead from the
fuse holder and the green ground wire from the partition
panel.
10. Disconnect all wiring to the heater assembly and remove
the assembly.
11. Remove the floodback protector or thermistor from the
evaporator discharge tube.
12. Remove screws holding evaporator to basepan and partition panel.
13. After recapturing the refrigerant charge (see Refrigeration
Service section), debraze the tubes into the evaporator.
Be sure to protect all chassis components, especially foam
parts, from excessive heat.
X X
Ribbed Wire
H
C
F
Capacitor
BK18
BK18 on LINE 2 with fuse shown
connected is for 265 volt units. For
230/208 volt units, connect power
cord to LINE 2.
LINE1 HEATER HEATER LINE 2
COMP
FAN
HIGH
FAN R-VALVE
LOW
Control Panel
14. Lift the evaporator up over the basepan edge and remove.
OUTDOOR COIL
1. Remove the chassis from the wall sleeve.
2. After capturing the refrigerant from the system, debraze
the inlet and discharge tubing from the outdoor coil.
3. Remove all screws from the sides of the outdoor coil securing the shroud to the coil.
4. Pressing the tabs on the right side of the shroud separate
the shroud from the outdoor coil.
5. The "E-K" models have a four piece condenser shroud where
the top, sides and schroud will come apart separately.
EVAPORATOR
1. Remove front cover.
2. Remove control knobs by pulling straight up away from the
escutcheon.
3. Remove the escutcheon by lifting front of escutcheon up
and pulling top tabs from holes.
4. Remove the two mounting screws, one on each side of the
control board cover. Tilting the control panel out, remove
the cover.
5. Lift control panel off hinges and shift out of the way.
5. Remove the two screw securing the outdoor coil to the
base pan.
6. Carefully lift the outdoor coil over the basepan lip.
VENT DOOR
1. Remove Chassis from wall sleeve.
2. Remove P clamp securing vent door control cable to center partition and disconnect cable from vent door.
3. Remove vent door by opening door and pulling hinge tabs
out of slots in center partition.
4. Remove the door by pulling hinge tabs out away from the
center partition.
51
SCHEMATICS
! WARNING
TO AVOID POSSIBLE ELECTRICAL SHOCK, PERSONAL INJURY,
OR DEATH, DISCONNECT THE POWER BEFORE SERVICING.
1ST STAGE
ANTICIPATOR
CURRENT: .1
2ND STAGE
ANTICIPATOR
CURRENT: .2
REMOTE THERMOSTAT OPERATION
HEAT PUMP W/AUXILIARY
ELECTRIC HEAT
COOLING UNIT
W/ELECTRIC HEAT
FUNCTION
CONNECT
R TO:
FUNCTION
CONNECT
R TO:
OFF
-----
OFF
-----
FAN
G
FAN
G
COOL
G, Y/W1
COOL
G, Y/W1
HEAT
G,B,Y/W1*
OR
G, W2
1ST STAGE
HEAT
G,B,Y/W1
2ND STAGE
HEAT
G, W2
H
WIRING DIAGRAM
11172401 REV 0
C
F
OD
FAN/COMP
CAP
YL10
RD13
COMP
S
R
BR14
C
RIBBED
WIRE
2
GN
1
WH15
BK20
ELECTRIC
HEATER
FAN
MOTOR
FUSE
REV
VALVE
SOLENOID
VT12
6
3
RD33
BK18
BR34
RD17
BR35
BK16
LINE 1
HEATER
HEATER
LINE 2
COMP
BK19
FAN HIGH
FAN LOW
R-VALVE
7
8
INDOOR
SWITCH
C
R
G W2 Y/
W1 B
RS FD RC
9
FLOODBACK
PROTECTOR
24 VAC
BK40
ID TUBE
BK40
24 VAC
BK30
OD TUBE
BK30
3
REMOTE/STANDARD
THERMOSTAT
CONTROL
ON
OFF
MASTER
SWITCH
5
REMOTE
TEMPERATURE
SENSOR
SWITCHOVER
OUTDOOR
SWITCH
FRONT
DESK
SWITCH
4
NOTES:
1
WARNING: DISCONNECT POWER BEFORE SERVICING. WIRING
TO UNIT MUST BE PROPERLY POLARIZED (FOR 265V) AND GROUNDED.
2
RIBBED WIRE MUST BE CONNECTED AS SHOWN
3
ON HEAT PUMP MODELS ONLY.
4
ON UNITS WITH REMOTE WALL MOUNTED TEMPERATURE SENSOR.
5
ON UNITS WITH FRONT DESK CONTROL SWITCH.
6
BK18 ON LINE 2 WITH FUSE SHOWN CONNECTED FOR 265V. FOR 230V, CONNECTB
POWER CORD TO LINE 2.
7
REMOVE FOR 265V APPLICATIONS.
8
REMOVE FOR NON-HEAT PUMP APPLICATIONS.
9
FOR REMOTE OPERATION, SET SWITCH TO REMOTE POSITION
CHASSIS
GN1
CONTROL
PANEL
PTC and PTH Standard Unit - One Stage Heat
(Temperature Sensor and Front Desk Control Added)
Wiring is subject to change, always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
52
SCHEMATICS
! WARNING
TO AVOID POSSIBLE ELECTRICAL SHOCK, PERSONAL INJURY,
OR DEATH, DISCONNECT THE POWER BEFORE SERVICING.
H
F
C
OD
FAN/COMP
CAP
YL10
RD13
S
COMP
R
C
2
BR14
RIBBED
WIRE
GN
1
ELECTRIC
HEATER
WH15
BK20
FAN
MOTOR
FUSE
REV
VALVE
SOLENOID
VT12
3
RD33
BK18
BR34
RD17
BR35
BK16
LINE 1
HEATER HEATER LINE 2
BK19
COMP FAN HIGH FAN LOWR-VALVE
INDOOR
SWITCH
ON
OFF
MASTER
SWITCH
Y/
C R G W2 W1 B RS FD RC
On / Off
Fan Cycle
FLOODBACK
PROTECTOR
24 VAC
BK40
ID TUBE
BK40
24 VAC
BK30
OD TUBE
BK30
OUTDOOR
SWITCH
3
SWITCHOVER
REMOTE/STANDARD
THERMOSTAT
NOTES:
WARNING: DISCONNECT POWER BEFORE SERVICING. WIRING
1
TO UNIT MUST BE PROPERLY POLARIZED (FOR 265V) AND GROUNDED.
2
RIBBED WIRE MUST BE CONNECTED AS SHOWN
3
ON HEAT PUMP MODELS ONLY.
CHASSIS
GN1
CONTROL
PANEL
NTE and NTP Standard Unit
Wiring is subject to change, always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
53
SCHEMATICS
! WARNING
TO AVOID POSSIBLE ELECTRICAL SHOCK, PERSONAL INJURY,
OR DEATH, DISCONNECT THE POWER BEFORE SERVICING.
1ST STAGE
ANTICIPATOR
HEAT PUMP W/AUXILLARY CURRENT: .1
2ND STAGE
ELECTRIC HEAT
ANTICIPATOR
CONNECT
CONNECT CURRENT: .2
FUNCTION
R TO:
R TO:
WIRING DIAGRAM
11179901
REMOTE THERMOSTAT OPERATION
COOLING UNIT
W/ELECTRIC HEAT
FUNCTION
OFF
-----
OFF
FAN
G
FAN
----G
COOL
G, Y/W1
COOL
HEAT
G,B,Y/W2
OR
G, W2
1ST STAGE
HEAT
2ND STAGE
HEAT
G, Y/W1
G,B,Y/W1
G, W2
W
H
F
C
OD
FAN/COMP
CAP
YL10
RD13
RD33
S
R
BR14
C
WH15
RIBBED
WIRE
2
GN
1
FAN
MOTOR
BK16
1
3
2
BR36
4 2 STG HT
5
6
A
ELECTRIC
HEATER
VT17
2 STG HT
BK20
COMP
B
BK16
6
BR34
RD17
FUSE
REV
VALVE
SOLENOID
VT12
BR35
3
BK18
VT18
2 STG HT
BK19
VT20
2 STG HT
VT19
2 STG HT
LINE 1
HEATER HEATER LINE 2
COMP FAN HIGH FAN LOWR-VALVE
7
8
INDOOR
SWITCH
C R G W2Y/
W1 B RS FD RC
9
BK40
ID TUBE
BK40
24 VAC
BK30
OD TUBE
REMOTE/STANDARD
OUTDOOR
THERMOSTAT
SWITCH
CONTROL
ON
OFF
MASTER
SWITCH
REMOTE
TEMPERATURE 4
SENSOR
FLOODBACK
PROTECTOR
24 VAC
3
BK30
SWITCHOVER
FRONT
5 DESK
SWITCH
NOTES:
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
WARNING: DISCONNECT POWER BEFORE SERVICING. WIRING
TO UNIT MUST BE PROPERLY POLARIZED (FOR 265V) AND GROUNDED.
RIBBED WIRE MUST BE CONNECTED AS SHOWN
ON HEAT PUMP MODELS ONLY.
ON UNITS WITH REMOTE WALL MOUNTED TEMPERATURE SENSOR.
ON UNITS WITH FRONT DESK CONTROL SWITCH.
BK18 ON LINE 2 WITH FUSE SHOWN CONNECTED FOR 265V. FOR 230V, CONNECTB
POWER CORD TO LINE 2.
REMOVE FOR 265V APPLICATIONS.
REMOVE FOR NON-HEAT PUMP APPLICATIONS.
FOR REMOTE OPERATION, SET SWITCH TO REMOTE POSITION
CHASSIS
GN1
CONTROL
PANEL
IF SUPPLY VOLTAGE IS 208V MOVE 240V LEAD TO 208V TAP ON TRANSFORMER.
265V TRANSFORMER IS NOT SHOWN.
PTC and PTH Standard Unit - Two Stage Heat
(Temperature Sensor and Front Desk Control Added)
Wiring is subject to change, always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
54
SCHEMATICS
! WARNING
TO AVOID POSSIBLE ELECTRICAL SHOCK, PERSONAL INJURY,
OR DEATH, DISCONNECT THE POWER BEFORE SERVICING.
1ST STAGE
ANTICIPATOR
HEAT PUMP W/AUXILLARY CURRENT: .1
2ND STAGE
ELECTRIC HEAT
ANTICIPATOR
CONNECT
CONNECT CURRENT: .2
FUNCTION
R TO:
R TO:
WIRING DIAGRAM
11143201
REMOTE THERMOSTAT OPERATION
COOLING UNIT
W/ELECTRIC HEAT
FUNCTION
OFF
-----
FAN
G
-----
OFF
G
FAN
COOL
G, Y/W1
HEAT
G,B,Y/W1*
OR
G, W2
G, Y/W1
COOL
1ST STAGE
HEAT
2ND STAGE
HEAT
G,B,Y/W1
G, W2
H
F
C
OD
FAN/COMP
CAP
YL10
RD13
RD33
S
COMP
R
Condensate
Pump
BR14
C
BK20
RIBBED
WIRE
2
GN
1
5
6
A
B
OR8
(CP)
208
240
RD17
BR35
HEATER HEATER LINE 2
REV
VALVE
SOLENOID
W H6
(C P )
YL3
(C P )
3
BK19
BK16
LINE 1
COM
Transformer 10
Line
VT12
BK18
BR34
2
4
FAN
MOTOR
FUSE
6
1
3
Load
ELECTRIC
HEATER
WH15
YL1
(C P )
COMP FAN HIGH FAN LOWR-VALVE
7
8
INDOOR
SWITCH
C R G W2 Y/
W1 B RS FD RC
9
ON
OFF
MASTER
SWITCH
REMOTE
TEMPERATURE 4
SENSOR
FLOODBACK
PROTECTOR
24 VAC
BK40
ID TUBE
BK40
24 VAC
BK30
OD TUBE
REMOTE/STANDARD
OUTDOOR
THERMOSTAT
SWITCH
CONTROL
3
BK30
SWITCHOVER
FRONT
5 DESK
SWITCH
NOTES:
WARNING: DISCONNECT POWER BEFORE SERVICING. WIRING
1
TO UNIT MUST BE PROPERLY POLARIZED (FOR 265V) AND GROUNDED.
2
RIBBED WIRE MUST BE CONNECTED AS SHOWN
3
ON HEAT PUMP MODELS ONLY.
4
ON UNITS WITH REMOTE WALL MOUNTED TEMPERATURE SENSOR.
5
6
7
8
9
10
ON UNITS WITH FRONT DESK CONTROL SWITCH.
BK18 ON LINE 2 WITH FUSE SHOWN CONNECTED FOR 265V. FOR 230V, CONNECTB
POWER CORD TO LINE 2.
REMOVE FOR 265V APPLICATIONS.
REMOVE FOR NON-HEAT PUMP APPLICATIONS.
FOR REMOTE OPERATION, SET SWITCH TO REMOTE POSITION
IF SUPPLY VOLTAGE IS 208V MOVE 240V LEAD TO 208V TAP ON TRANSFORMER.
265V TRANSFORMER IS NOT SHOWN.
CHASSIS
GN1
CONTROL
PANEL
PTC and PTH
(Condensate Pump - One Stage Heat)
Wiring is subject to change, always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
55
SCHEMATICS
! WARNING
TO AVOID POSSIBLE ELECTRICAL SHOCK, PERSONAL INJURY,
OR DEATH, DISCONNECT THE POWER BEFORE SERVICING.
1ST STAGE
ANTICIPATOR
HEAT PUMP W/AUXILLARY CURRENT: .1
2ND STAGE
ELECTRIC HEAT
ANTICIPATOR
CONNECT
CONNECT CURRENT: .2
FUNCTION
R TO:
R TO:
WIRING DIAGRAM
11179101
REMOTE THERMOSTAT OPERATION
COOLING UNIT
W/ELECTRIC HEAT
FUNCTION
OFF
-----
OFF
FAN
G
FAN
COOL
G, Y/W1
HEAT
G,B,Y/W1*
OR
G, W2
----G
G, Y/W1
COOL
1ST STAGE
HEAT
2ND STAGE
HEAT
G,B,Y/W1
G, W2
H
F
C
OD
FAN/COMP
CAP
YL10
RD13
RD33
S
COMP
R
Condensate
Pump
BR14
C
BK20
RIBBED
WIRE
2
GN
1
5
6
B
YL5
(C P )
VT18
2 STG HT
BR34
A
B
OR8
(CP)
Transformer 10
Line
FAN
MOTOR
FUSE
6
6
208
ELECTRIC
HEATER
5
240
A
BR36
2 STG HT
VT17
2
STG
HT
2
4
COM
2
4
1
3
Load
1
3
WH15
REV
VALVE
SOLENOID
VT12
BK18
RD17
BR35
VT20
2 STG HT
WH6
(C P )
YL3
(C P )
3
BK19
BK16
YL1
(C P )
VT 19
2 STG HT
LINE 1
HEATER HEATER LINE 2
COMP FAN HIGH FAN LOWR-VALVE
7
8
INDOOR
SWITCH
C R G W2 Y/
W1 B RS FD RC
9
BK40
ID TUBE
BK40
24 VAC
BK30
OD TUBE
REMOTE/STANDARD
OUTDOOR
THERMOSTAT
SWITCH
CONTROL
ON
OFF
MASTER
SWITCH
REMOTE
TEMPERATURE 4
SENSOR
6
7
8
9
10
3
BK30
SWITCHOVER
FRONT
5 DESK
SWITCH
NOTES:
WARNING: DISCONNECT POWER BEFORE SERVICING. WIRING
1
TO UNIT MUST BE PROPERLY POLARIZED (FOR 265V) AND GROUNDED.
2
RIBBED WIRE MUST BE CONNECTED AS SHOWN
3
ON HEAT PUMP MODELS ONLY.
4
ON UNITS WITH REMOTE WALL MOUNTED TEMPERATURE SENSOR.
5
FLOODBACK
PROTECTOR
24 VAC
CHASSIS
GN1
CONTROL
PANEL
ON UNITS WITH FRONT DESK CONTROL SWITCH.
BK18 ON LINE 2 WITH FUSE SHOWN CONNECTED FOR 265V. FOR 230V, CONNECTB
POWER CORD TO LINE 2.
REMOVE FOR 265V APPLICATIONS.
REMOVE FOR NON-HEAT PUMP APPLICATIONS.
FOR REMOTE OPERATION, SET SWITCH TO REMOTE POSITION
IF SUPPLY VOLTAGE IS 208V MOVE 240V LEAD TO 208V TAP ON TRANSFORMER.
265V TRANSFORMER IS NOT SHOWN.
PTC and PTH
(Condensate Pump - Two Stage Heat)
Wiring is subject to change, always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
56
SCHEMATICS
! WARNING
TO AVOID POSSIBLE ELECTRICAL SHOCK, PERSONAL INJURY,
OR DEATH, DISCONNECT THE POWER BEFORE SERVICING.
REMOTE THERMOSTAT OPERATION
COOLING UNIT
W/ELECTRIC HEAT
CONNECT
R TO:
FUNCTION
G
FAN
POWER
VENT
MOTOR
MUFFIN
FAN
POWER
VENT
G, Y/W1
COOL
*
HEAT
G, W2
OR
G,B,Y/W1
11191801 REV 2
1ST STAGE
HEAT
G,B,Y/W1
2ND STAGE
HEAT
G, W2
LOAD
COOL
G, Y/W1
WIRING DIAGRAM
* FOR A HEAT PUMP
THERMOSTAT USED
ON A STRAIGHT
COOL UNIT
-----
OFF
G
FAN
CONNECT
R TO:
FUNCTION
-----
OFF
1ST STAGE
ANTICIPATOR
CURRENT: .1
2ND STAGE
ANTICIPATOR
CURRENT: .1
HEAT PUMP W/AUXILIARY
ELECTRIC HEAT
TRANSFORMER
10
LINE
208
C
COM
240
H
F
OD
FAN/COMP
CAP
YL10
WH8
(PV)
BK11
(PV)
BR14
RD13
BU9
(PV)
COMP
4
5
6
7
8
9
POWER VENT
RELAY
RD14
(PV)
A
BU2
(PV)
BK12
(PV)
1
WH15
GN
1
3
2
R
C
RIBBED
WIRE
2
2
3
S
1
ON/OFF
SWITCH
B
BK20
WH7
(PV)
BK17
(PV)
FAN
MOTOR
BU4
(PV)
BU10
(PV)
ELECTRIC
HEATER
BK16
RD17
BR34
REV
VALVE
SOLENOID
VT12
6
TERMINAL
BLOCK
RD33
BK18
BR35
3
BU15
(PV)
BK19
LINE 1
HEATER
HEATER
LINE 2
COMP
FAN HIGH
FAN LOW
R-VALVE
7
8
INDOOR
SWITCH
C
R
G
W2
Y/
W1
B
RS
FD
RC
9
FLOODBACK
PROTECTOR
24 VAC
BK40
ID TUBE
BK40
24 VAC
BK30
OD TUBE
BK30
3
ON
OFF
MASTER
SWITCH
REMOTE/STANDARD
THERMOSTAT
CONTROL
5
REMOTE
TEMPERATURE
SENSOR
OUTDOOR
SWITCH
SWITCHOVER
FRONT
DESK
SWITCH
4
NOTES:
1
2
WARNING: DISCONNECT POWER BEFORE SERVICING. WIRING
TO UNIT MUST BE PROPERLY POLARIZED (FOR 265V) AND GROUNDED.
RIBBED WIRE MUST BE CONNECTED AS SHOWN.
3
ON HEAT PUMP MODELS ONLY.
4
ON UNITS WITH REMOTE WALL MOUNTED TEMPERATURE SENSOR.
CHASSIS
5
ON UNITS WITH FRONT DESK CONTROL SWITCH.
6
7
BK18 ON LINE 2 WITH FUSE SHOWN CONNECTED FOR 265V. FOR 230V, CONNECT
POWER CORD TO LINE 2.
REMOVE FOR 265V APPLICATIONS.
8
REMOVE FOR NON-HEAT PUMP APPLICATIONS.
9
FOR REMOTE OPERATION, SET SWITCH TO REMOTE POSITION.
10
GN1
CONTROL
PANEL
IF SUPPLY VOLTAGE IS 208V MOVE 240V LEAD TO 208V TAP ON TRANSFORMER.
265V TRANSFORMER NOT SHOWN.
PTC and PTH
(Power Vent - One Stage Heat)
Wiring is subject to change, always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
57
SCHEMATICS
! WARNING
TO AVOID POSSIBLE ELECTRICAL SHOCK, PERSONAL INJURY,
OR DEATH, DISCONNECT THE POWER BEFORE SERVICING.
1ST STAGE
ANTICIPATOR
CURRENT: .1
2ND STAGE
ANTICIPATOR
CURRENT: .1
REMOTE THERMOSTAT OPERATION
COOLING UNIT
W/ELECTRIC HEAT
HEAT PUMP W/AUXILIARY
ELECTRIC HEAT
CONNECT
R TO:
FUNCTION
-----
OFF
G
FAN
MUFFIN
FAN
POWER
VENT
G, Y/W1
COOL
*
HEAT
G, W2
OR
G,B,Y/W1
POWER
VENT
MOTOR
1ST STAGE
HEAT
G,B,Y/W1
2ND STAGE
HEAT
G, W2
LOAD
COOL
G, Y/W1
11191901 REV 2
* FOR A HEAT PUMP
THERMOSTAT USED
ON A STRAIGHT
COOL UNIT
-----
OFF
G
FAN
CONNECT
R TO:
FUNCTION
WIRING DIAGRAM
TRANSFORMER
10
LINE
208
C
COM
240
H
F
OD
FAN/COMP
CAP
YL10
WH8
(PV)
BK11
(PV)
BR14
RD13
BU9
(PV)
COMP
4
5
6
7
8
9
A
BU2
(PV)
BK12
(PV)
1
POWER VENT
RELAY
RD14
(PV)
2
WH15
GN
1
3
R
C
RIBBED
WIRE
2
2
3
S
1
ON/OFF
SWITCH
B
BK20
BK17
(PV)
1
2
3
4
5
6
FAN
MOTOR
BR36
2 STGE HT
WH7
(PV)
BU4
(PV)
BU10
(PV)
ELECTRIC
HEATER
BK16
RD17
2 STGE HT
B
VT12
6
TERMINAL
BLOCK
RD33
VT20
2
STGE
HT
VT18
2 STGE
HT
REV
VALVE
SOLENOID
A
BK18
VT17
2 STGE
HT
BR34
BR35
3
BU15
(PV)
BK19
VT19
2 STGE
HT
LINE 1
HEATER
HEATER
LINE 2
COMP
FAN HIGH
FAN LOW
R-VALVE
7
8
INDOOR
SWITCH
C
R
G
W2
Y/
W1
B
RS
FD
RC
9
FLOODBACK
PROTECTOR
24 VAC
BK40
ID TUBE
BK40
24 VAC
BK30
3
OD TUBE
REMOTE/STANDARD
THERMOSTAT
CONTROL
ON
OFF
MASTER
SWITCH
5
REMOTE
TEMPERATURE
SENSOR
BK30
OUTDOOR
SWITCH
SWITCHOVER
FRONT
DESK
SWITCH
4
NOTES:
1
2
WARNING: DISCONNECT POWER BEFORE SERVICING. WIRING
TO UNIT MUST BE PROPERLY POLARIZED (FOR 265V) AND GROUNDED.
RIBBED WIRE MUST BE CONNECTED AS SHOWN.
3
ON HEAT PUMP MODELS ONLY.
4
ON UNITS WITH REMOTE WALL MOUNTED TEMPERATURE SENSOR.
CHASSIS
5
ON UNITS WITH FRONT DESK CONTROL SWITCH.
6
7
BK18 ON LINE 2 WITH FUSE SHOWN CONNECTED FOR 265V. FOR 230V, CONNECT
POWER CORD TO LINE 2.
REMOVE FOR 265V APPLICATIONS.
8
REMOVE FOR NON-HEAT PUMP APPLICATIONS.
9
FOR REMOTE OPERATION, SET SWITCH TO REMOTE POSITION.
10
GN1
CONTROL
PANEL
IF SUPPLY VOLTAGE IS 208V MOVE 240V LEAD TO 208V TAP ON TRANSFORMER.
265V TRANSFORMER NOT SHOWN.
PTC and PTH
(Power Vent - Two Stage Heat)
Wiring is subject to change, always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
58
SCHEMATICS
! WARNING
TO AVOID POSSIBLE ELECTRICAL SHOCK, PERSONAL INJURY,
OR DEATH, DISCONNECT THE POWER BEFORE SERVICING.
1ST STAGE
ANTICIPATOR
HEAT PUMP W/AUXILLARY CURRENT: .1
2ND STAGE
ELECTRIC HEAT
ANTICIPATOR
CONNECT
CONNECT CURRENT: .2
FUNCTION
R TO:
R TO:
WIRING DIAGRAM
11179401
REMOTE THERMOSTAT OPERATION
COOLING UNIT
W/ELECTRIC HEAT
FUNCTION
OFF
-----
OFF
FAN
G
FAN
COOL
G, Y/W1
HEAT
G,B,Y/W1*
OR
G, W2
----G
POWER
VENT
MOTOR
G, Y/W1
COOL
1ST STAGE
HEAT
2ND STAGE
HEAT
G,B,Y/W1
G, W2
F
C
Load
H
OD
FAN/COMP
CAP
YL10
WH8
(PV)
R
BK11
(PV)
WH15
RIBBED
WIRE
COMP
GN
1
FAN
MOTOR
ELECTRIC
HEATER
BK16
2
5
3
6
7
8
9
A
RD17
TERMINAL
BOARD
BR35
BK18
BU2
BK12 (PV)
(PV)
3
2
1
ON/OFF
SWITCH
B
BU15
(PV)
RD14
(PV)
VT12
BK20
1
4
FUSE
6
BR34
BU9
(PV)
BR14
C
2
208
S
240
RD33
COM
TRANSFORMER
10
Line
RD13
POWER VENT
RELAY
REV
VALVE
SOLENOID
3
BK17
(PV)
BK19
BU10
(PV)
BU4
(PV)
LINE 1
HEATER HEATER LINE 2
COMP FAN HIGH FAN LOWR-VALVE
7
8
INDOOR
SWITCH
C R G W2 Y/
W1 B RS FD RC
9
ON
OFF
MASTER
SWITCH
REMOTE
TEMPERATURE 4
SENSOR
FLOODBACK
PROTECTOR
24 VAC
BK40
ID TUBE
BK40
24 VAC
BK30
OD TUBE
REMOTE/STANDARD
OUTDOOR
THERMOSTAT
SWITCH
CONTROL
3
BK30
SWITCHOVER
FRONT
5 DESK
SWITCH
NOTES:
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
WARNING: DISCONNECT POWER BEFORE SERVICING. WIRING
TO UNIT MUST BE PROPERLY POLARIZED (FOR 265V) AND GROUNDED.
RIBBED WIRE MUST BE CONNECTED AS SHOWN
ON HEAT PUMP MODELS ONLY.
ON UNITS WITH REMOTE WALL MOUNTED TEMPERATURE SENSOR.
ON UNITS WITH FRONT DESK CONTROL SWITCH.
BK18 ON LINE 2 WITH FUSE SHOWN CONNECTED FOR 265V. FOR 230V, CONNECTB
POWER CORD TO LINE 2.
REMOVE FOR 265V APPLICATIONS.
REMOVE FOR NON-HEAT PUMP APPLICATIONS.
FOR REMOTE OPERATION, SET SWITCH TO REMOTE POSITION
CHASSIS
GN1
CONTROL
PANEL
IF SUPPLY VOLTAGE IS 208V MOVE 240V LEAD TO 208V TAP ON TRANSFORMER.
265V TRANSFORMER IS NOT SHOWN.
PTC and PTH
(Power Door - One Stage Heat)
Wiring is subject to change, always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
59
SCHEMATICS
! WARNING
TO AVOID POSSIBLE ELECTRICAL SHOCK, PERSONAL INJURY,
OR DEATH, DISCONNECT THE POWER BEFORE SERVICING.
1ST STAGE
ANTICIPATOR
HEAT PUMP W/AUXILLARY CURRENT: .1
2ND STAGE
ELECTRIC HEAT
ANTICIPATOR
CONNECT
CONNECT CURRENT: .2
FUNCTION
R TO:
R TO:
WIRING DIAGRAM
11179501
REMOTE THERMOSTAT OPERATION
COOLING UNIT
W/ELECTRIC HEAT
FUNCTION
OFF
-----
OFF
FAN
G
FAN
COOL
G, Y/W1
HEAT
G,B,Y/W1*
OR
G, W2
----G
POWER
VENT
MOTOR
G, Y/W1
COOL
1ST STAGE
HEAT
2ND STAGE
HEAT
G,B,Y/W1
G, W2
F
C
Load
H
OD
FAN/COMP
CAP
YL10
WH8
(PV)
R
BK11
(PV)
WH15
RIBBED
WIRE
2
4
1
3
6
A
B
FAN
MOTOR
BR 36
2 STG HT
VT 17
2
STG
HT
5
COMP
GN
1
ELECTRIC
HEATER
BK16
3
6
7
8
9
BU2
BK12 (PV)
(PV)
3
2
1
ON/OFF
SWITCH
B
BU15
(PV)
RD14
(PV)
TERMINAL
BOARD
BR35
VT18
2
5
A
RD17
VT12
BK20
1
4
FUSE
6
BR34
BU9
(PV)
BR14
C
2
208
S
240
RD33
COM
TRANSFORMER
10
Line
RD13
POWER VENT
RELAY
REV
VALVE
SOLENOID
3
BK18
BK17
(PV)
2 STG HT
BU4
(PV)
VT 20
2 STG HT
BK19
BU10
(PV)
VT19
2 STG HT
LINE 1
HEATER HEATER LINE 2
COMP FAN HIGH FAN LOWR-VALVE
7
8
INDOOR
SWITCH
C R G W2 Y/
W1 B RS FD RC
9
ON
OFF
MASTER
SWITCH
REMOTE
TEMPERATURE 4
SENSOR
FLOODBACK
PROTECTOR
24 VAC
BK40
ID TUBE
BK40
24 VAC
BK30
OD TUBE
REMOTE/STANDARD
OUTDOOR
THERMOSTAT
SWITCH
CONTROL
3
BK30
SWITCHOVER
FRONT
5 DESK
SWITCH
NOTES:
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
WARNING: DISCONNECT POWER BEFORE SERVICING. WIRING
TO UNIT MUST BE PROPERLY POLARIZED (FOR 265V) AND GROUNDED.
RIBBED WIRE MUST BE CONNECTED AS SHOWN
ON HEAT PUMP MODELS ONLY.
ON UNITS WITH REMOTE WALL MOUNTED TEMPERATURE SENSOR.
CHASSIS
GN1
CONTROL
PANEL
ON UNITS WITH FRONT DESK CONTROL SWITCH.
BK18 ON LINE 2 WITH FUSE SHOWN CONNECTED FOR 265V. FOR 230V, CONNECTB
POWER CORD TO LINE 2.
REMOVE FOR 265V APPLICATIONS.
REMOVE FOR NON-HEAT PUMP APPLICATIONS.
FOR REMOTE OPERATION, SET SWITCH TO REMOTE POSITION
IF SUPPLY VOLTAGE IS 208V MOVE 240V LEAD TO 208V TAP ON TRANSFORMER.
265V TRANSFORMER IS NOT SHOWN.
PTC and PTH
(Power Door - Two Stage Heat)
Wiring is subject to change, always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
60
SCHEMATICS
! WARNING
TO AVOID POSSIBLE ELECTRICAL SHOCK, PERSONAL INJURY,
OR DEATH, DISCONNECT THE POWER BEFORE SERVICING.
1ST STAGE
ANTICIPATOR
HEAT PUMP W/AUXILLARY CURRENT: .1
2ND STAGE
ELECTRIC HEAT
ANTICIPATOR
CONNECT
CONNECT CURRENT: .2
FUNCTION
R TO:
R TO:
WIRING DIAGRAM
11143001
REMOTE THERMOSTAT OPERATION
COOLING UNIT
W/ELECTRIC HEAT
-----
OFF
-----
FAN
G
FAN
G
G, Y/W1
HEAT
G,B,Y/W1*
OR
G, W2
G, Y/W1
COOL
G,B,Y/W1
TRANSFORMER
10
Line
G, W2
OD
FAN/COMP
CAP
S
7
BR14
WH15
RIBBED
WIRE
1
4
R
C
2
BK11
(PV)
RD14
(PV)
RD13
RD33
COMP
BU4
(PV)
WH8 A
(PV)
2
1
B
BK12
(PV)
ON/OFF
SWITCH
2
4
5
6
A
B
OR
(CP)
Transformer
10
Line
208
1
3
YL#
(CP)
COM
TERMINAL
BOARD
BK18
3
BU2
(PV)
RD17
VT12
BR35
BU10
(PV)
240
BR34
9
WH7
(PV)
FUSE
6
8
BU9
(PV)
Load
BK16
3
6
BU15
(PV)
FAN
MOTOR
ELECTRIC
HEATER
2
5
POWER VENT
RELAY
BK17
(PV)
GN
1
WH6
(CP)
F
C
YL10
208
240
H
COM
1ST STAGE
HEAT
2ND STAGE
HEAT
Load
COOL
MUFFIN
FAN
Condensate
Pump
FUNCTION
OFF
POWER
VENT
MOTOR
3
REV
VALVE
SOLENOID
YL1
(CP)
YL5
(CP)
BK19
LINE 1
HEATER HEATER LINE 2
COMP FAN HIGH FAN LOWR-VALVE
7
8
INDOOR
SWITCH
C R G W2 Y/
W1 B RS FD RC
9
ON
OFF
MASTER
SWITCH
REMOTE
TEMPERATURE 4
SENSOR
FLOODBACK
PROTECTOR
24 VAC
BK40
ID TUBE
BK40
24 VAC
BK30
OD TUBE
REMOTE/STANDARD
OUTDOOR
THERMOSTAT
SWITCH
CONTROL
3
BK30
SWITCHOVER
FRONT
5 DESK
SWITCH
NOTES:
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
WARNING: DISCONNECT POWER BEFORE SERVICING. WIRING
TO UNIT MUST BE PROPERLY POLARIZED (FOR 265V) AND GROUNDED.
RIBBED WIRE MUST BE CONNECTED AS SHOWN
ON HEAT PUMP MODELS ONLY.
ON UNITS WITH REMOTE WALL MOUNTED TEMPERATURE SENSOR.
ON UNITS WITH FRONT DESK CONTROL SWITCH.
BK18 ON LINE 2 WITH FUSE SHOWN CONNECTED FOR 265V. FOR 230V, CONNECTB
POWER CORD TO LINE 2.
REMOVE FOR 265V APPLICATIONS.
REMOVE FOR NON-HEAT PUMP APPLICATIONS.
FOR REMOTE OPERATION, SET SWITCH TO REMOTE POSITION
CHASSIS
GN1
CONTROL
PANEL
IF SUPPLY VOLTAGE IS 208V MOVE 240V LEAD TO 208V TAP ON TRANSFORMER.
265V TRANSFORMER IS NOT SHOWN.
PTC and PTH
(Condensate Pump with Power Vent- One Stage Heat)
Wiring is subject to change, always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
61
SCHEMATICS
! WARNING
TO AVOID POSSIBLE ELECTRICAL SHOCK, PERSONAL INJURY,
OR DEATH, DISCONNECT THE POWER BEFORE SERVICING.
1ST STAGE
ANTICIPATOR
HEAT PUMP W/AUXILLARY CURRENT: .1
2ND STAGE
ELECTRIC HEAT
ANTICIPATOR
CONNECT
CONNECT CURRENT: .2
FUNCTION
R TO:
R TO:
WIRING DIAGRAM
11179701
REMOTE THERMOSTAT OPERATION
COOLING UNIT
W/ELECTRIC HEAT
-----
OFF
-----
FAN
G
FAN
G
G, Y/W1
HEAT
G,B,Y/W1*
OR
G, W2
G, Y/W1
COOL
G,B,Y/W1
TRANSFORMER
10
Line
G, W2
OD
FAN/COMP
CAP
S
7
BR14
WH15
RIBBED
WIRE
2
4
5
6
A
B
COMP
BU4
(PV)
WH8 A
(PV)
2
5
3
6
8
9
WH7
(PV)
BR36
BK16
TERMINAL
BOARD
BK18
2
4
5
6
A
B
OR
(CP)
YL#
(CP)
YL5
(CP)
VT20
Transformer
10
Line
208
VT17
BR35
1
3
COM
BR34
ON/OFF
SWITCH
240
VT12
6
BK12
(PV)
RD17
FUSE
3
2
Load
ELECTRIC
HEATER
BU10
(PV)
1
B
BU15
(PV)
FAN
MOTOR
BU9
(PV)
BU2
(PV)
POWER VENT
RELAY
BK17
(PV)
GN
1
1
3
1
4
R
C
2
BK11
(PV)
RD14
(PV)
RD13
RD33
WH6
(CP)
F
C
YL10
208
240
H
COM
1ST STAGE
HEAT
2ND STAGE
HEAT
Load
COOL
MUFFIN
FAN
Condensate
Pump
FUNCTION
OFF
POWER
VENT
MOTOR
3
REV
VALVE
SOLENOID
YL1
(CP)
VT18
VT19
BK19
LINE 1
HEATER HEATER LINE 2
COMP FAN HIGH FAN LOWR-VALVE
7
8
INDOOR
SWITCH
C R G W2 Y/
W1 B RS FD RC
9
BK40
ID TUBE
BK40
24 VAC
BK30
OD TUBE
REMOTE/STANDARD
OUTDOOR
THERMOSTAT
SWITCH
CONTROL
ON
OFF
MASTER
SWITCH
REMOTE
TEMPERATURE 4
SENSOR
FLOODBACK
PROTECTOR
24 VAC
3
BK30
SWITCHOVER
FRONT
5 DESK
SWITCH
NOTES:
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
WARNING: DISCONNECT POWER BEFORE SERVICING. WIRING
TO UNIT MUST BE PROPERLY POLARIZED (FOR 265V) AND GROUNDED.
RIBBED WIRE MUST BE CONNECTED AS SHOWN
ON HEAT PUMP MODELS ONLY.
ON UNITS WITH REMOTE WALL MOUNTED TEMPERATURE SENSOR.
ON UNITS WITH FRONT DESK CONTROL SWITCH.
BK18 ON LINE 2 WITH FUSE SHOWN CONNECTED FOR 265V. FOR 230V, CONNECTB
POWER CORD TO LINE 2.
REMOVE FOR 265V APPLICATIONS.
REMOVE FOR NON-HEAT PUMP APPLICATIONS.
FOR REMOTE OPERATION, SET SWITCH TO REMOTE POSITION
CHASSIS
GN1
CONTROL
PANEL
IF SUPPLY VOLTAGE IS 208V MOVE 240V LEAD TO 208V TAP ON TRANSFORMER.
265V TRANSFORMER IS NOT SHOWN.
PTC and PTH
(Condensate Pump with Power Vent- Two Stage Heat)
Wiring is subject to change, always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
62
SCHEMATICS
! WARNING
TO AVOID POSSIBLE ELECTRICAL SHOCK, PERSONAL INJURY,
OR DEATH, DISCONNECT THE POWER BEFORE SERVICING.
REMOTE THERMOSTAT OPERATION
COOLING UNIT
W/ELECTRIC HEAT
FUNCTION
CONNECT
R TO:
OFF
-----
OFF
FAN
G
FAN
G, Y/W1
HEAT
G, W2
OR
G,B,Y/W1
----G
G, Y/W1
COOL
*
COOL
CONNECT
R TO:
FUNCTION
WIRING DIAGRAM
20319701
1ST STAGE
ANTICIPATOR
CURRENT: .1
2ND STAGE
ANTICIPATOR
CURRENT: .1
HEAT PUMP W/AUXILIARY
ELECTRIC HEAT
1ST STAGE
HEAT
G,B,Y/W1
2ND STAGE
HEAT
G, W2
* FOR A HEAT PUMP
THERMOSTAT USED
ON A STRAIGHT
COOL UNIT
H
C
F
OD
FAN/COMP
CAP
YL10
BR14
RD13
COMP
S
RIBBED
WIRE
2
R
C
WH15
RD14
(PV)
GN
1
BK20
5
REV
VALVE
SOLENOID
3
FAN
MOTOR
VT12
BK18
RD33
TERMINAL
BLOCK
ELECTRIC
HEATER
BK16
BK19
6
230V
HEATER
LINE 1
HEATER
LINE 2
COMP
FAN HIGH
FAN LOW
R-VALVE
P6
BLUE
3
265V
RD17
P5
RED
OUTDOOR
COIL
P3
BLACK
INDOOR
COIL
INDOOR
AIR
AUXILIARY
REMOTE THERMOSTAT
8
EH IN LS FD1FD2TF1 TF2 C R GL W2 Y/W1B GH
ON / OFF
MASTER
SWITCH
FUSE
RMT/STD
THERMOSTAT
CONTROL
ON / AUTO
FAN
CYCLE
C
B
A
ALL OFF D
4
FRONT
DESK
SWITCH
NOTES:
1
WARNING: DISCONNECT POWER BEFORE SERVICING. WIRING TO UNIT MUST BE PROPERLY POLARIZED (FOR 265V) AND GROUNDED.
2
RIBBED WIRE MUST BE CONNECTED AS SHOWN
3
ON HEAT PUMP MODELS ONLY.
4
ON UNITS WITH FRONT DESK CONTROL SWITCH.
5
BK18 ON LINE 2 WITH FUSE SHOWN CONNECTED FOR 265V. FOR 230V, CONNECT POWER CORD TO LINE 2.
6
CONNECTED TO APPROPRIATE TERMINAL AT FACTORY.
7
USE COPPER
CONDUCTORS ONLY
CHASSIS
GN1
CONTROL
PANEL
FOR R EMOTE OPER ATION, SET SWITCH TO R MT POSITION
WIRE LEGEND
HIGH VOLTAGE
(FACTORY)
HIGH VOLTAGE
(FACTORY OR FIELD)
LOW VOLTAGE
(FACTORY OR FIELD)
PTC and PTH - C Models
Wiring is subject to change, always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
63
SCHEMATICS
! WARNING
TO AVOID POSSIBLE ELECTRICAL SHOCK, PERSONAL INJURY,
OR DEATH, DISCONNECT THE POWER BEFORE SERVICING.
1ST STAGE
ANTICIPATOR
CURRENT: .1
2ND STAGE
ANTICIPATOR
CURRENT: .1
REMOTE THERMOSTAT OPERATION
COOLING UNIT
W/ELECTRIC HEAT
HEAT PUMP W/AUXILIARY
ELECTRIC HEAT
CONNECT
R TO:
FUNCTION
-----
OFF
PO WE R
VENT
MOTOR
-----
OFF
G
FAN
CONNECT
R TO:
FUNCTION
WIRING DIAGRAM
20320101 REV 1
G
FAN
10
HEAT
G, W2
OR
G,B,Y/W1
MUFFIN
FAN
POWER
VENT
G, Y/W1
COOL
*
G, Y/W1
1ST STAGE
HEAT
G,B,Y/W1
2ND STAGE
HEAT
G, W2
LOAD
COOL
TRANSFORMER
* FOR A HEAT PUMP
THERMOSTAT USED
ON A STRAIGHT
COOL UNIT
9
LINE
208
C
COM
240
H
F
OD
FAN/COMP
CAP
YL10
WH8
(PV)
BK11
(PV)
BR14
RD13
BU9
(PV)
1
4
COMP
WH15
7
8
POWER
VENT
RELAY
9
GN
A
B
BK17
(PV)
FAN
MOTOR
BU2
(PV)
1
RD14
(PV)
2
1
R
C
RIBBED
WIRE
2
3
6
3
S
2
5
BK12
(PV)
ON/OFF
SWITCH
BK20
WH7
(PV)
BU4
(PV)
5
6
HYDRONIC
A
B
BU10
(PV)
3
4
RD17
VT12
TRANSFORMER
5
9
RD33
TERMINAL
BLOCK
LINE
208
BK18
COM
240
PK31
REV
VALVE
SOLENOID
3
BK16
3
2
LOAD
1
BU15
(PV)
BK19
6
230V
LINE 1
HEATER
HEATER
LINE 2
COMP
FAN HIGH
R-VALVE
FREEZE STAT
OUTDOOR
COIL
INDOOR
COIL
INDOOR
AIR
AUXILIARY
REMOTE THERMOSTAT
8
EH IN LS FD1FD2TF1 TF2 C R GL W2 Y/W1B GH
FIELD SUPPLIED
MOTORIZED VALVE
FAN LOW
P6
BLUE
265V
GY22
P5
RED
6 6
GY21
P3
BLACK
BK25
5 5
BK49
7
BK48
BU22
RD20
4 4
BK
BU
RD
3 3
BK24
YL12
1 1
N.C.BU21
BK23
2 2
N.O.YL13
BU20
PK30
ON / OFF
MASTER
SWITCH
FUSE
RMT/STD
THERMOSTAT
CONTROL
ON / AUTO
FAN
CYCLE
C
B
A
ALL OFF D
4
FRONT
DESK
SWITCH
NOTES:
1
2
WARNING: DISCONNECT POWER BEFORE SERVICING. WIRING
TO UNIT MUST BE PROPERLY POLARIZED (FOR 265V) AND GROUNDED.
RIBBED WIRE MUST BE CONNECTED AS SHOWN
3
ON HEAT PUMP MODELS ONLY.
4
ON UNITS WITH FRONT DESK CONTROL SWITCH.
5
BK18 ON LINE 2 WITH FUSE SHOWN CONNECTED FOR 265V. FOR 230V, CONNECT
POWER CORD TO LINE 2.
CONNECTED TO APPROPRIATE TERMINAL AT FACTORY.
6
7
8
9
10
CONNECT YL13 IF USING N.O. VALVE
CONNECT BU21 IF USING N.C. VALVE.
FOR REMOTE OPERATION, SET SWITCH TO RMT POSITION
IF SUPPLY VOLTAGE IS 208V MOVE 240V LEAD TO 208V TAP ON TRANSFORMER.
265V TRANSFORMER NOT SHOWN.
ON UNITS WITH POWERVENT ONLY.
USE COPPER
CONDUCTORS ONLY
CHASSIS
GN1
CONTROL
PANEL
WIRE LEGEND
HIGH VOLTAGE
(FACTORY)
HIGH VOLTAGE
(FACTORY OR FIELD)
LOW VOLTAGE
(FACTORY OR FIELD)
PTC and PTH - C Models
(Condensate Pump with Power Vent- Two Stage Heat)
Wiring is subject to change, always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
64
SCHEMATICS
! WARNING
TO AVOID POSSIBLE ELECTRICAL SHOCK, PERSONAL INJURY,
OR DEATH, DISCONNECT THE POWER BEFORE SERVICING.
1ST STAGE
ANTICIPATOR
CURRENT: .1
2ND STAGE
ANTICIPATOR
CURRENT: .1
REMOTE THERMOSTAT OPERATION
HEAT PUMP W/AUXILIARY
ELECTRIC HEAT
COOLING UNIT
W/ELECTRIC HEAT
CONNECT
R TO:
FUNCTION
-----
OFF
G
FAN
COOL
G, Y/W1
HEAT
G, W2
OR
G,B,Y/W1
G, Y/W1
COOL
*
20045701 REV 0
-----
OFF
G
FAN
CONNECT
R TO:
FUNCTION
WIRING DIAGRAM
1ST STAGE
HEAT
G,B,Y/W1
2ND STAGE
HEAT
G, W2
* FOR A HEAT PUMP
THERMOSTAT USED
ON A STRAIGHT
COOL UNIT
H
C
F
OD
FAN/COMP
CAP
YL10
RD13
COMP
S
R
C
BR14
RIBBED
WIRE
2
GN
1
WH15
BK20
1
2
3
4
LOAD
5
FAN
MOTOR
6
VT12
TRANSFORMER
HYDRONIC
RD33
A
FUSE
REV
VALVE
SOLENOID
6
10
LINE
B
208
COM
240
PK31
BK16
GY21
PK30
3
BK18
RD17
GY22
5
6
5
6
BU22
4
4
BK23
3
3
BK25
BU20
1
1
RD20
2
2
YL12
BK19
LINE 1
HEATER
HEATER
LINE 2
COMP
FAN HIGH
FAN LOW
R-VALVE
RD
BK
8
FREEZE STAT
BK49
BK48
11
BU
BK24
N.C.BU21
N.O.YL13
7
INDOOR
SWITCH
C
R
G
W2
Y/
W1
B
RS
FD
RC
9
FLOODBACK
PROTECTOR
24 VAC
BK40
ID TUBE
BK40
24 VAC
BK30
3
BK30
FIELD SUPPLIED
MOTORIZED VALVE
OD TUBE
ON
OFF
MASTER
SWITCH
REMOTE/STANDARD
THERMOSTAT
CONTROL
REMOTE
TEMPERATURE
SENSOR
5
4
SWITCHOVER
OUTDOOR
SWITCH
FRONT
DESK
SWITCH
NOTES:
1
2
WARNING: DISCONNECT POWER BEFORE SERVICING. WIRING
TO UNIT MUST BE PROPERLY POLARIZED (FOR 265V) AND GROUNDED.
RIBBED WIRE MUST BE CONNECTED AS SHOWN
3
ON HEAT PUMP MODELS ONLY.
4
ON UNITS WITH REMOTE WALL MOUNTED TEMPERATURE SENSOR.
5
ON UNITS WITH FRONT DESK CONTROL SWITCH.
6
7
BK18 ON LINE 2 WITH FUSE SHOWN CONNECTED FOR 265V. FOR 230V, CONNECT
POWER CORD TO LINE 2.
REMOVE FOR 265V APPLICATIONS.
8
REMOVE FOR NON-HEAT PUMP APPLICATIONS.
CHASSIS
9
10
11
GN1
CONTROL
PANEL
FOR REMOTE OPERATION, SET SWITCH TO REMOTE POSITION
IF SUPPLY VOLTAGE IS 208V MOVE 240V LEAD TO 208V TAP ON TRANSFORMER.
265V TRANSFORMER NOT SHOWN.
CONNECT YL13 IF USING N.O. VALVE.
CONNECT BU21 IF USING N.C. VALVE.
Hydronic
Wiring is subject to change, always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
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SCHEMATICS
! WARNING
TO AVOID POSSIBLE ELECTRICAL SHOCK, PERSONAL INJURY,
OR DEATH, DISCONNECT THE POWER BEFORE SERVICING.
1ST STAGE
ANTICIPATOR
CURRENT: .1
2ND STAGE
ANTICIPATOR
CURRENT: .1
REMOTE THERMOSTAT OPERATION
COOLING UNIT
W/ELECTRIC HEAT
HEAT PUMP W/AUXILIARY
ELECTRIC HEAT
CONNECT
R TO:
FUNCTION
-----
OFF
20045801 REV 0
POWER
VENT
MOTOR
-----
OFF
G
FAN
CONNECT
R TO:
FUNCTION
WIRING DIAGRAM
G
FAN
11
G, Y/W1
HEAT
G, W2
OR
G,B,Y/W1
*
MUFFIN
FAN
POWER
VENT
G, Y/W1
COOL
1ST STAGE
HEAT
G,B,Y/W1
2ND STAGE
HEAT
G, W2
LOAD
COOL
TRANSFORMER
* FOR A HEAT PUMP
THERMOSTAT USED
ON A STRAIGHT
COOL UNIT
10
LINE
208
C
COM
240
H
F
OD
FAN/COMP
CAP
YL10
WH8
(PV)
BK11
(PV)
BR14
RD13
BU9
(PV)
COMP
4
5
6
7
8
9
A
BU2
(PV)
BK12
(PV)
1
POWER VENT
RELAY
RD14
(PV)
2
WH15
GN
1
3
R
C
RIBBED
WIRE
2
2
3
S
1
ON/OFF
SWITCH
B
BK20
BK17
(PV)
FAN
MOTOR
4
5
6
BU10
(PV)
BK16
HYDRONIC
VT12
TRANSFORMER
6
10
RD33
A
RD17
3
3
BU4
(PV)
B
TERMINAL
BLOCK
LINE
208
BK18
COM
240
PK31
REV
VALVE
SOLENOID
2
LOAD
1
WH7
(PV)
BU15
(PV)
BK19
GY21
5
6
5
6
BU22
BK23
4
4
BK25
3
3
BU20
1
1
RD20
2
2
YL12
PK30
LINE 1
HEATER
GY22
HEATER
LINE 2
COMP
FAN HIGH
FAN LOW
R-VALVE
RD
BK
8
FREEZE STAT
BK49
BK48
12
BU
BK24
N.C.BU21
N.O.YL13
7
INDOOR
SWITCH
C
R
G
W2
Y/
W1
B
RS
FD
RC
9
FLOODBACK
PROTECTOR
24 VAC
BK40
ID TUBE
BK40
24 VAC
BK30
OD TUBE
BK30
FIELD SUPPLIED
MOTORIZED VALVE
3
ON
OFF
MASTER
SWITCH
REMOTE/STANDARD
THERMOSTAT
CONTROL
REMOTE
TEMPERATURE
SENSOR
4
5
SWITCHOVER
OUTDOOR
SWITCH
FRONT
DESK
SWITCH
NOTES:
1
2
WARNING: DISCONNECT POWER BEFORE SERVICING. WIRING
TO UNIT MUST BE PROPERLY POLARIZED (FOR 265V) AND GROUNDED.
RIBBED WIRE MUST BE CONNECTED AS SHOWN
3
ON HEAT PUMP MODELS ONLY.
4
ON UNITS WITH REMOTE WALL MOUNTED TEMPERATURE SENSOR.
5
ON UNITS WITH FRONT DESK CONTROL SWITCH.
6
BK18 ON LINE 2 WITH FUSE SHOWN CONNECTED FOR 265V. FOR 230V, CONNECT
POWER CORD TO LINE 2.
REMOVE FOR 265V APPLICATIONS.
7
8
REMOVE FOR NON-HEAT PUMP APPLICATIONS.
9
FOR REMOTE OPERATION, SET SWITCH TO REMOTE POSITION
10
11
12
CHASSIS
GN1
CONTROL
PANEL
IF SUPPLY VOLTAGE IS 208V MOVE 240V LEAD TO 208V TAP ON TRANSFORMER.
265V TRANSFORMER NOT SHOWN.
ON UNITS WITH POWERVENT ONLY.
CONNECT YL13 IF USING N.O. VALVE
CONNECT BU21 IF USING N.C. VALVE.
Hydronic
(Condensate Pump with Power Vent or Power Door)
Wiring is subject to change, always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
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SCHEMATICS
! WARNING
TO AVOID POSSIBLE ELECTRICAL SHOCK, PERSONAL INJURY,
OR DEATH, DISCONNECT THE POWER BEFORE SERVICING.
1ST STAGE
ANTICIPATOR
CURRENT: .1
2ND STAGE
ANTICIPATOR
CURRENT: .1
REMOTE THERMOSTAT OPERATION
COOLING UNIT
W/ELECTRIC HEAT
FUNCTION
HEAT PUMP W/AUXILIARY
ELECTRIC HEAT
CONNECT
R TO:
OFF
HEAT
G, W2
OR
G,B,Y/W1
G
FAN
COOL
*
G, Y/W1
R TO:
-----
OFF
G
FAN
COOL
CONNECT
FUNCTION
---------
G, Y/W1
1ST STAGE
HEAT
G,B,Y/W1
2ND STAGE
HEAT
G, W2
* FOR A HEAT PUMP
THERMOSTAT USED
ON A STRAIGHT
COOL UNIT
H
F
C
OD
FAN/COMP
CAP
YL10
RD13
COMP
S
R
C
BR14
RIBBED
WIRE
2
GN
1
WH15
20
LOAD
TRANSFORMER
COM
265
230
ELECTRIC
HEATER
FUSE
FAN
MOTOR
REV
VALVE
SOLENOID
5
7
RD33
3
BK18
RD17
BR34
GY21
BR34
GY22
VT12
BK16
19
X2
X1
BK37
LINE 1
HE ATER 2
HEATE R 1
CO MPRE SS OR
LINE 2
FA N
FA N
RE V
HIG H
LOW
V ALVE
X3
X4
E1
E2
E3
E4
E5
E6
E8
E7
E9
K1
E 10
K2
K3
K6
IDT
K5
G REEN
P1
P2
E12
12VA CLAS S 2 ONLY
E11
24V AC~T RANSFORMER
K4
Y ELLOW
BK37
P4
CP4
P5
O CT
BLUE
P9
P8
ICT
RE D
ORANG E
CR11
SW2
P10
P11
P 13
M1
M2
COM A
O N / O FF
DS 1 DS2 MS1 MS 2 EH
IN
LS
FD1 FD2 TF-
TF+
C
AUXI LIARY
R
GL
REMOTE
W2 Y /W1 B
THERMOSTATE
GH
IA T
B LA CK
6
MASTER S WITCH
CO M B
NOTES:
1
2
WARNING: DISCONNECT POWER BEFORE SERVICING. WIRING
TO UNIT MUST BE PROPERLY POLARIZED (FOR 265V) AND GROUNDED.
RIBBED WIRE MUST BE CONNECTED AS SHOWN
3
ON HEAT PUMP MODELS ONLY.
4
ON UNITS WITH FRONT DESK CONTROL SWITCH.
5
BK18 ON LINE 2 WITH FUSE SHOWN CONNECTED FOR 265V. FOR 230V & 115V, CONNECT
POWER CORD TO LINE 2.
FOR REMOTE OPERATION, SEE CONFIGURATION CHART.
6
7
IF SUPPLY VOLTAGE IS 208V/230V USE THE 230V TAP ON TRANSFORMER.
IF SUPPLY VOLTAGE IS 265V USE THE 265V TAP ON TRANSFORMER.
115V TRANSFORMER NOT SHOWN.
8
FOR CONTINUOS FAN OPERATION SEE CONFIGURATION CHART.
4
FRONT
DESK
SWITCH
USE COPPER
CONDUCTORS ONLY
CHASSIS
GN1
CONTROL
PANEL
WIRE LEGEND
HIGH VOLTAGE
(FACTORY)
HIGH VOLTAGE
(FACTORY OR FIELD)
LOW VOLTAGE
(FACTORY OR FIELD)
PTH and PTC-G, K Models
Wiring is subject to change, always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
67
SCHEMATICS
! WARNING
TO AVOID POSSIBLE ELECTRICAL SHOCK, PERSONAL INJURY,
OR DEATH, DISCONNECT THE POWER BEFORE SERVICING.
1ST STAGE
ANTICIPATOR
CURRENT: .1
2ND STAGE
ANTICIPATOR
CURRENT: .1
REMOTE THERMOSTAT OPERATION
COOLING UNIT
W/ELECTRIC HEAT
HEAT PUMP W/AUXILIARY
ELECTRIC HEAT
FUNCTION
CONNECT
R TO:
OFF
-----
FUNCTION
CONNECT
R TO:
OFF
-----
* FOR A HEAT PUMP
THERMOSTAT USED
ON A STRAIGHT
COOL UNIT
FAN
G
FAN
G
COOL
G, Y/W1
COOL
G, Y/W1
G, W2
OR
G,B,Y/W1*
1ST STAGE
HEAT
G,B,Y/W1
HEAT
2ND STAGE
HEAT
G, W2
H
C
F
OD
FAN/COMP
CAP
YL10
CONDENSATE
PUMP
BR14
RD13
2
1
3
4
5
6
COMP
C
RIBBED
WIRE
2
R
OR8
(CP)
CONDENSATE
RELAY
TRANSFORMER
20
6
B
A
LINE
WH15
GN
208
COM
240
1
LOAD
S
LOAD
FAN
MOTOR
WH6
(CP)
TRANSFORMER
8
LINE
COM
208
240
REV
VALVE
SOLENOID
ELECTRIC
HEATER
VT12
BK16
5
RD33
BR34
BR34
GY21
19
BK18
YL5
(CP)
3
RD17
GY22
YL3
(CP)
BK37
YL1
(CP)
BK37
X2
X1
LINE 1
HEATER 2
HEATER 1
COMPRESSOR
LINE 2
FAN
HIGH
FAN
LOW
REV
VALVE
E8
E9
E10
X3
X4
E2
E3
E4
E5
E6
E7
K1
K3
K2
K6
P1
K5
IDT
YELLOW
E11
P2
GREEN
E12
CP4
P4
24VAC~TRANSFORMER
12VA CLASS 2 ONLY
K4
P5
P9
ICT
RED
P8
OCT
BLUE
CR11
ORANGE
E1
SW2
P10
P11
P13
M1
M2
COM A
COM B
ON / OFF
MASTER SWITCH
DS1 DS2 MS1MS2 EH
IN
LS FD1 FD2 TF- TF+ C
GL W2 Y/W1 B
REMOTE
GH
THERMOSTATE
IAT
BLACK
7
AUXILIARY
R
4
FRONT
DESK
SWITCH
NOTES:
1
2
WARNING: DISCONNECT POWER BEFORE SERVICING. WIRING
TO UNIT MUST BE PROPERLY POLARIZED (FOR 265V) AND GROUNDED.
RIBBED WIRE MUST BE CONNECTED AS SHOWN.
3
ON HEAT PUMP MODELS ONLY.
4
ON UNITS WITH FRONT DESK CONTROL SWITCH.
5
BK18 ON LINE 2 WITH FUSE SHOWN CONNECTED FOR 265V. FOR 230V AND 115V, CONNECT
POWER CORD TO LINE 2.
6
IF SUPPLY VOLTAGE IS 208V MOVE 240V LEAD TO 208V TAP ON TRANSFORMER.
265V AND 115V TRANSFORMER NOT SHOWN.
7
FOR REMOTE OPERATION, SEE CONFIGURATION CHART.
8
IF SUPPLY VOLTAGE IS 208V, MOVE 204V LEAD TO 208V TAP ON TRANSFORMER.
265V AND 115V TRANSFORMER NOT SHOWN.
9
USE COPPER
CONDUCTORS ONLY
CHASSIS
GN1
CONTROL
PANEL
WIRE LEGEND
FOR CONTINUOS FAN OPERATION SEE CONFIGURATION CHART.
HIGH VOLTAGE
(FACTORY)
HIGH VOLTAGE
(FACTORY OR FIELD)
LOW VOLTAGE
(FACTORY OR FIELD)
PTH and PTC-G, K Models
(Condensate Pump)
Wiring is subject to change, always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
68
SCHEMATICS
! WARNING
TO AVOID POSSIBLE ELECTRICAL SHOCK, PERSONAL INJURY,
OR DEATH, DISCONNECT THE POWER BEFORE SERVICING.
1ST STAGE
ANTICIPATOR
CURRENT: .1
2ND STAGE
ANTICIPATOR
CURRENT: .1
REMOTE THERMOSTAT OPERATION
HEAT PUMP W/AUXILIARY
ELECTRIC HEAT
COOLING UNIT
W/ELECTRIC HEAT
CONNECT
R TO:
FUNCTION
CONNECT
R TO:
FUNCTION
-----
OFF
-----
FAN
G**
FAN
G**
COOL
G, Y/W1
COOL
G, Y/W1
1ST STAGE
HEAT
G,B,Y/W1
HEAT
G, W2
OR
G,B,Y/W1*
2ND STAGE
HEAT
G, W2
MUFFIN
FAN
POWER
VENT
** GL- low speed
GH- high speed
LOAD
OFF
POWER
VENT
MOTOR
* FOR A HEAT PUMP
THERMOSTAT USED
ON A STRAIGHT
COOL UNIT
TRANSFORMER
6
LINE
208
C
COM
240
H
F
OD
FAN/COMP
CAP
YL10
WH8
(PV)
BK11
(PV)
BR14
RD13
BU9
(PV)
COMP
5
6
7
8
9
265
COM
230
A
BK17
(PV)
FAN
MOTOR
BU2
(PV)
BK12
(PV)
1
POWER
VENT
RELAY
RD14
(PV)
GN
1
4
2
WH15
8
LINE
3
R
C
RIBBED
WIRE
2
TRANSFORMER
2
3
LOAD
S
1
ON/OFF
SWITCH
B
20
WH7
(PV)
BU4
(PV)
BU10
(PV)
BK16
RD17
TERMINAL
BLOCK
RD33
3
5
BU15
(PV)
REV
VALVE
SOLENOID
ELECTRIC
HEATER
BK18
BK37
19
BK37
BR34
BR34
GY21
VT12
GY22
X2
X1
LINE 1
HEATER 1
HEATER 2
LINE 2
FAN
HIGH
COMPRESSOR
FAN
LOW
REV
VALVE
X3
X4
E2
E3
E4
E5
E6
E7
E8
E9
K3
K2
K5
K6
P1
K4
IDT
YELLOW
E11
P2
GREEN
E12
CP4
P4
24VAC~TRANSFORMER
12VA CLASS 2 ONLY
K1
E10
P5
P9
ICT
RED
P8
OCT
BLUE
CR11
ORANGE
E1
SW2
P10
P11
P13
M1
M2
COM A
COM B
ON / OFF
MASTER SWITCH
DS1 DS2 MS1MS2 EH
IN
LS FD1 FD2 TF- TF+ C
GL W2 Y/W1 B
REMOTE
GH
THERMOSTAT
IAT
BLACK
7
AUXILIARY
R
4
FRONT
DESK
SWITCH
NOTES:
2
1
WARNING: DISCONNECT POWER BEFORE SERVICING. WIRING
TO UNIT MUST BE PROPERLY POLARIZED (FOR 265V) AND GROUNDED.
RIBBED WIRE MUST BE CONNECTED AS SHOWN.
3
ON HEAT PUMP MODELS ONLY.
4
ON UNITS WITH FRONT DESK CONTROL SWITCH.
5
BK18 ON LINE 2 WITH FUSE SHOWN CONNECTED FOR 265V. FOR 230V AND 115V, CONNECT
POWER CORD TO LINE 2.
6
IF SUPPLY VOLTAGE IS 208V MOVE 240V LEAD TO 208V TAP ON TRANSFORMER.
265V AND 115V TRANSFORMER NOT SHOWN.
7
FOR REMOTE OPERATION, SEE CONFIGARATION CHART.
8
IF SUPPLY VOLTAGE IS 208V/230V USE THE 230V TAP ON TRANSFORMER.
IF SUPPLY VOLTAGE IS 265V USE THE 265V TAP ON TRANSFORMER.
115V TRANSFORMER NOT SHOWN.
9
FOR CONTINUOUS FAN OPERATION SEE CONFIGURATION CHART.
USE COPPER
CONDUCTORS ONLY
CHASSIS
GN1
CONTROL
PANEL
WIRE LEGEND
HIGH VOLTAGE
(FACTORY)
HIGH VOLTAGE
(FACTORY OR FIELD)
LOW VOLTAGE
(FACTORY OR FIELD)
PTH and PTC-G, K Models
(Power Vent)
Wiring is subject to change, always refer to the wiring diagram on the unit for the most up-to-date wiring.
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