Whirlpool ACC602XP0 User's Manual

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BEFORE YOU USE YOUR
AIR CONDITIONER
It is your responsibility to make
sure that your air conditioner:
Has been properly
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Is the right
to cool.
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Copy your Model and
Serial Numbers here...
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connected
to electricity.
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Is properly
electrically
grounded.
Is properly
used only
intended to do.
Is properly
want
for the job it was
Is not used by children
able to operate it properly.
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or anyone
not
maintained.
Also, remove energy label and buy guide.
Use damp cloth to take off any glue
residue. Do not use a sharp instrument
or any harsh or abrasive cleaners.
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Purchase date from sales slip.
Copy this information
in these spaces. Keep
this book, your warranty
and sales slip together
in a handy place. (To remove front panel, see
the area you
Is properly
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Complete
Model
and Serial Numbers
(Model
and Serial Numbers
are on a plate attached
to
the front
of the unit.
You can see it after
removing the plastic front panel.)
size for
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When you need service or call with a question,
have this information
ready:
installed.
Energy Saving Tips
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Improve
windows,
home
insulation
and close fireplace
(seal
flue).
Close blinds or drapes on sunny
house; add window awnings.
Keep air filter clean. Don’t
with drapes or furniture.
doors,
side of
block air flow
Ventilate
attic
(high temperature
add to normal cooling load).
levels
Try not to use heat producing appliances
during the hottest part of the day. Turn
other
radios,
televisions,
and
lights,
appliances off when not needed.
Keep heat registers and cool air returns
closed or blocked off so cooled air won’t
escape.
Use a vent fan in areas where cooking,
laundry,
or bathing is done to pull out
extra heat and moisture near its source.
Contents
page
page
Before You Use Your Air Conditioner
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Energy Tips ..................
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Electrical Requirements
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Installation
Instructions
How to Start and
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Use Your Air Conditioner
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Cleaning and Caring for Your
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Air Conditioner
Cooling Load Guide .................
Self-Service Checklist ................
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Service Information
@ 1985 Whirlpool
Corporation
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Electrical Requirements
For Your Air Conditioner
ELECTRICAL REQUIREMENTS ARE DIFFERENT
FOR THE TWO MODELS SHOWN ON THE
COVER, DEPENDING ON THE AMPERE RATING
OF YOUR UNIT. THE NUMBER OF AMPERES IS
PRINTED ON THE SERIAL PLATE, ATTACHED TO
THE FRONT OF THE UNIT, BEHIND THE FRONT
PANEL (SEE PAGE 2).
OBSERVE ALL LOCAL
AND ORDINANCES
GOVERNING
Do not, under any circumstances,
power supply cord ground prong.
grounding
type wall receptacle, grounded
in
accordance with the National
Electrical
Code
and local codes and ordinances. If a mating wall
receptacle is not available,
it is the personal
responsibility
and obligation of the customer to
have a properly grounded 3-prong wall receptacle
installed by a qualified electrician. See Figure 1.
Figure
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3-PRONG
GROUNDING
PLUG
CODES
3-‘PRONG
GROUNDING
WALL RECEPl ‘ACLE
PbWEi-SUPPLY
remove the
ALTERNATE
RECEPTACLE WIRING
RECEPTACLE
WIRING
should be at least as
large as 14 gauge. Use copper wire only. It is the
personal responsibility
and obligation
of the
customer
to provide
proper
and adequate
receptacle wiring installed by a qualified electrician. OBSERVE
NATIONAL
ELECTRICAL
CODE
AND
ALL
LOCAL
GOVERNING
CODES AND ORDINANCES.
Electrical Requirements
A 115 volt (103.5 min., 126.5 max.) 60 hertz AC
only, 15 ampere fused electrical supply is required
(time delay fuse or time delay circuit breaker required). It is recommended that a separate circuit,
serving only this appliance, be provided for models
with serial plate amperes up through 7.5. A separate
circuit is required for models with serial plate amperes
of 7.6 through 72.0. Do not use an extension cord.
CORD
GROUNDING
METHOD
If changing and properly
grounding
the wall
receptacle is impossible and where local codes
permit
(consult
your electrical
inspector),
a
temporary
adapter may be plugged into the
existing 2-prong wall receptacle to mate with the
3-prong power supply cord. See Figure 2. THIS,
HOWEVER,
IS NOT RECOMMENDED.
If this is done, you must connect the grounded
eyelet on the adapter to the wall receptacle
cover plate screw and from this same screw, you
must connect a separate copper ground wire
(#14 minimum) to a grounded cold water pipe.*
See Figure 2. Do not ground to a gas supply
pipe. Do not connect to electrical supply until
appliance is permanently
grounded.
GROUND ASSEMBLY
(ATTACH TO GROUNDED
ELECTRICALLY
GROUNDED MET
COLD WATER PI
(REMOVE PAINT
Electrical Connection
Electrical
Ground
RECOMMENDED
is Required
GROUNDING
on this Appliance
METHOD
For your personal safety, this appliance must be
grounded.
This appliance
is equipped
with a
power supply cord having a 3-prong grounding
plug. To minimize
possible shock hazard, the
cord must be plugged into a mating 3-prong
RECEPTACLE
POWER SUPPLY CORD
*Cold water pipe must have metal continuity
to
electrical
ground and not be interrupted
by
plastic, rubber or other electrically
insulating
connectors
(including
water meter or pump)
without
adding a jumper wire at these connections.
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INSTALLATION
INSTRUCTIONS
for Your Air Conditioner
Unpack the mounting parts that came with your air conditioner
window installation instruction you should follow.
to determine which
If you have
these parts,
follow:
INSTRUCTION
If you have these parts,
follow:
INSTRUCTION
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(below).
(on page 8):
Installation
Instructions
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Unpack mounting parts before installing your air
conditioner. Make sure you have all the necessary
parts (see Figure 3). A normal installation can be
made with a screwdriver, saw, small level, pocket
knife, tape measure, drill and %“, 9&” and 3/16”
drill bits.
CAUTION:
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Be sure air conditioner
does not fall out of
window during installation.
Handle
the air conditioner
with
care,
Watch out for the sharp metal fins on
the front and rear coils.
Do not use the collected water for drinking
purposes. It is not sanitary.
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4A
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4C
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Shelf (1)
Support Bracket (1)
Sill Bracket (1)
5/16-in.
bolt (2)
5/16-m.
nut (2)
5/16-in.
flat washer (2)
5/16-in.
lockwasher
(2)
Translucent
Panel (1)
Screw - 10 x l-in. (21
Description
6A
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13
screw - 10 x 1% in. (2)
Screw - 9 x %-in. (51
Side Seal Strip (1)
Lower Track Seal (1)
Locking Bracket (1)
Foam Seal Strip (1)
Panel Frame (1)
Thread Cutting Screw
#6/32 x %-in. (41
of Parts
If using Item 13 for fastening
Item10
plastic, use 9/64-in.
die. or #26 drill.
or
12 to metal
or
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Pick the right window.
First, decide what
room(s) you want to cool. Then choose a
window that will allow the air-conditioned
air
to flow freely and directly into the room(s)
you want cooled. Remember, it’s difficult
to
move air around corners. If the inner sliding
window slides to the left, the unit will be
installed on the right. Remove window screen
if there is one. Choose a sliding window
that’s also near an electrical outlet. (Refer
to the ELECTRICAL
REQUIREMENT
page
for type of receptacle and wiring needed.)
Do not use an extension cord. The sliding
window
in which you place your air conditioner should have an opening of at least
15-l/2”
wide and 21 -l/4”
to 40.7/8”
high
(see Figure 4). For installations
up to 62.
l/4”
high, a special kit (Part No. 977449)
is available. For windows as low as 20.7/16”,
you must install without
filler frame and
remove top angle on unit, reinstalling 3 screws
into top of cabinet.
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Install support bracket (Item 2) with either
short or long leg down and with end of bracket
either toward or away from window, depending upon construction
and depth of wall and
window sill (see Figure 6). Install sill bracket
(Item 3). Each bracket is attached using one
5/16” bolt, nut and washers (Items 4, 4A, 4B
and 4C).
Figure 6
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This model may also be installed in steel hinged
casement windows.
The steel hinged casement window must have an opening at 15-l/2”
wide and no more than 16-l/2” wide.
Reinstall assembled shelf with two brackets
into the window
opening. Adjust brackets
until shelf is firmly seated and sloping down
to outside. If you use a level, be sure you have
l/2 bubble of slope. Without a level, place the
translucent
panel (Item 5) on shelf. The top
of long side of the panel will be 5/16” back
from the window line (see Figure 7).
Figure 4
Figure 7
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Place shelf in window with
track surface (see Figure 5).
tabs against the
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If slope back is correct, tighten all nuts securely.
Install
lower track seal (Item 4)
shown in Figure 8. This track seal has two
holes which
line up with matching
screw
holes in shelf.
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Install shelf 2-3/8”
from
opening (see Figure 9).
side of window
Measure height of opening (see Figure 9).
Subtract
20-9116 ” from measured height.
This will be the actual height of translucent
panel
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Peel backing from seal strip (Item 8) and press
it onto side filler frame guides on each side of
unit (see Figure 12).
Figure
Figure 9
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Measure out the distance from Figure 9 and
mark it along the 20-l ‘4” side of translucent
panei. Clamp panel between a board and an
appropriate
supporting
surface close to mark
and cut with fine tooth saw (see Figure 10.)
Remove burrs.
CUT OFF EXCESS
LENGTH BELOW UNIT.
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. Place unit in window by resting unit on shelf.
Push unit towards window so side angles are
sealing against the side jamb stop (see Figure
13). Slide the opened window sash firmly to
side of unit. Push unit and filler frame to
make certain the frame and unit sealing strips
are sealing
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Lift vertically
and remove panel frame from
unit. Slide translucent
panel into groove in
frame, keeping honeycomb
side to the face
side of frame (see Figure 11). Slide frame
back into place on unit. Panel should enter
the top angle groove.
Figure 13
SEAL
STRIP
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Figure 11
SEAL
PLAIN SIDE -
HONEYCOMB
SIDE
STRIP
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Using l/8” drill, install locking screws (Item
7). Use two screws in top jamb and in the side
bottom flanges (see Figure 14). If you need
additional
holding strength,
add two more
screws at upper sides of filler frame (marked
“A”). Also, two screws can be added at unit
sides (marked “B”).
However, if you add
screws at “B”, you must use a 3 ‘16” drill bit
to predrill
through
the plastic sides of air
conditioner
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Figure 14
FOR
INSTALLATION
WINDOWS
THAT
DO
OR TOP TRACK.
IN
NOT
SLIDING
HAVE SIDE
The top flanges and one side flange of the air
conditioner
must butt up to a flange on the
window. These window flanges must not be
more than 1’16” thick. On the side with the
open sash, the leading edge of the sash becomes the flange. The flange is on the top and
jamb side of most metal windows. Use a metal
angle or add wood to provide a flange for the
unit in windows where there is no side jamb
stop, or where there is a thick wood jamb
stop. Follow the three suggestions shown in
Figure 17.
ADD SCREWS
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Figure 17
3/4”x3/4”
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B
ADD ANGLE
160R 18 GAUGE
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ADD SCREWS”
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ANGLE
ADD WOOD
AS SHOWN
OR DOTTED
ADD ANGLE
TO WOOD STOP
FOR INSTALLATION
IN STEEL
CASEMENT WINDOWS.
Follow Steps 2 and 3 on page 5. NOTE: in
Step 3, the shelf tabs must butt to the front
of the bottom angle on the casement (see
Figure 18).
Lock the sliding sash at bottom using lock
bracket
(Item 10) and screw (Item 7) as
shown in Figure 15. Use a l/8” drill bit to
drill through
track before inserting screw.
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Figure 15
SLIDING SASH
ROOM
SIDE
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(ROOM SIDE)
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Cut seal strip (Item 11) to length. Install it
between space of opened sash and glass of
the closed sash (see Figure 16).
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When Step 3 is finished, follow Steps 4, 5,
and 6 on page 5; Steps 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 and 12
on page 6. Then follow Steps 19 and 20 on
page 7 and 8.
Open window at least 180” to allow room for
unit cabinet.
If necessary, remove window
crank handle so the window will open wide
enough and not interfere with shelf against
the bottom sill angle. Tie opened window to
the wall or frame to prevent the window from
swinging.
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Figure 19
15-112”
MIN.
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1
CENTER
AVAILABLE
20
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+
UNIT IN
OPENING
ROOM
SIDE
Drill g/64” holes in the window jamb top to
line up with holes in filler frame (see Figure
19). Use two thread cutting screws (Item 13)
to secure unit. If you need additional
holding strength, add to screws at the bottom of
the unit side channels (see Figure 14 on
page 7).
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Unpack mounting parts before installing your air
conditioner. Be sure you have all the necessary
parts (see Figure 20 and 21). This air conditioner
will fit most steel casement windows. A normal
installation can be made with a screwdriver, 5/16”
socket driver, tape measure and drill.
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UNIT
14-112”
Installation
Instructions
Figure 20
Figure 21
1. x10x
3f8” Long SM. Screw
2. Y lo-32 x 3/E” Long Mach. Screw
3. Bottom
fvlounting
Bracket
NOTE:
Abova
by factory.
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Be sure air conditioner
does not fall out of
window during installation.
Handle
the air conditioner
with
care.
Watch out for the sharp metal fins on
the front and rear coils.
Do not use the collected water for drinking
purposes. It is not sanitary.
KNURLED KNOB
SCREWS
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Parts
(Not
Shipped
4.
5.
Knurled Knob
Top Mounting
Loose)
installed
Screw
Bracket
on unit
. Pick the right window.
First, decide what
room(s) you want to cool. Then choose a
window
that will allow the air-conditioned
air to flow freely and directly into the room(s)
you want cooled. Remember, it’s difficult
to
move air around corners. Choose a window
that’s also near an electrical outlet. (Refer to
the ELECTRICAL
REQUIREMENT
page
for type of receptacle and wiring needed.) Do
not use an extension cord. To be able to use
the window mounting
parts shown in Figure
20, the window
should have a minimum
width of 14-l/2”
and maximum width of 16”
(see “A” in Figure 22). The window should
have a minimum
height of lo-5/8”
and
maximum
height of 1 l-l/4”
(see “B” in
Figure 22).
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them loose enough so there is about l/16” of
play. Tighten
the bottom screws (Item 2).
This will pull the unit mounting flange tightly
to the window frame, sealing and locking the
air conditioner
in place.
Remove
selected.
the glass from the frame opening
Clear away any hardened putty.
Before sliding unit through
the casement
opening, remove the bottom window bracket
(Item 3) on both sides of the unit. NOTE:
only the top screws (Item 1) need to be
removed.
WIN[IOW
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Check the knurled knob screws to see that the
top mounting brackets (Item 5) are retracted
to the center of the unit. They must not interfere with the window
frame when the unit
is installed (see Figure 23).
Loosen the two knurled knob screws and slide
the top mounting bracket (Item 5) toward the
outside of the unit, engaging the window
frame (see Figure 26). Tighten the knurled
knob screw in this position. This will lock the
unit in place so it cannot tilt into the room.
The installation
is now complete.
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Lift the unit into the window opening and
slide it back until the mounting frame comes
into contact
with the window
frame (see
Figure 24).
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FRAA(IE
OUTSIt% OF WBJOOW
OPTIONAL
MOUNTING
INSTRUCTIONS
If the window thickness will not allow you to
use the four mounting brackets provided with
the unit, remove brackets and fasten flanges
of unit with sheet metal screws (see Figure 27).
These screws are not provided. The window
opening for your installation
must not be
wider than 15”.
HOW TO START AND USE
YOUR AIR CONDITIONER
THERMOSTAT
CONTROL
FAN SPEED
CONTROL
EXHAUST
CONTROL
FAN SPEED
CONTROL
THERMOSTAT
CONTROL
Be sure air conditioner
it in.
To Start Your Air Conditioner
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is OFF before plugging
The Exhaust Control
The Exhaust Control setting
smoky air from the room.
Set exhaust control (if your unit is so equipped) to CLOSED for maximum cooling.
Choose either
speed setting.
LO COOL
or HI COOL
fan
LO COOL . . . . . . . . . . for sleeping comfort
HI COOL
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FAN ONLY . . for circulating
no cooling is desired
cooling
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Set exhaust control
to OPEN. Adjust fan
control
to speed desired. If no cooling
is
desired, use FAN ONLY setting.
room air when
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Turn the thermostat control to number 6
(mid-setting). You can adjust the air conditioner’s cooling performance by resetting
the thermostat control to a higher number
for maximum cooling. Lower the number
setting for less cooling. You will need to
experiment to find the setting which suits
you best.
stale or
To exhaust room air
OPEN
3
draws
FAN
ONLY
2.
To circulate room air
Set exhaust control to CLOSED.
control to FAN ONLY.
Adjust
fan
Cleaning and Caring fdr Your
Air Conditioner
Proper use and care of your air conditioner
will
help insure longer life and lower operating costs.
Follow
these instructions
carefully.
Call your
dealer for an annual checkup.
Cleaning of Front Panel
CLOSED
FAN
ONLY
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Remove the front
panel from unit when
cleaning. Press down at top edge of the front
as shown in Figure 30 or 31 (depending on
your model).
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Changing Air Direction
The louvers in the grille area at the top of the air
conditioner
control the direction of the cooled air.
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When the front moves away from
cabinet, pull top of front toward you.
Lift up and away
clips.
from
the bottom
top
of
spring
If your unit looks like Figure 28, move the
lever at top of the grille to the right, left or
straight ahead. Simply move the lever in the
direction
you want the air to go. The rear
vertical louvers in the grille can be adjusted
left or right or straight ahead. The front set is
fixed and directed upward.
Figure 30
Figure 31
Figure 28
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If your unit looks like Figure 29, turn the cir
cular air discharge grrlles on top of the unit.
Both grilles can be adjusted to the right or
left, or adjusted individually.
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Clean front panel with warm water and mild
soap or detergent. Use a soft cloth. Rinse and
dry. Replace front panel.
Wipe control
panel clean with a soft dry cloth.
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Cleaning Air Conditioner Filter
The filter
is cleanable. A clean filter helps
remove dust, lint and other particles from the
air. Check every two weeks to see if filter
needs cleaning.
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Call the service company recommended
by your
dealer to:
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Inspect and clean the coils and condensate
water passages.
Remove filter by releasing it from plastic
clips as shown in Figure 32 or 33 (depending
on your model).
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Check fan and oil the fan motor.
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The compressor
Expense of annua!
responsibility.
is sealed and needs no oiling.
inspection
is customer’s
- or If you are familiar with electrical appliances,
you can do the cleaning and maintenance
yourself.
Ifs you decide to go ahead, follow
these steps:
using a vacuum cleaner.
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If very dirty, wash filter with warm water
and mild
detergent.
Air dry thoroughly
before replacing.
Figure 32
- CLIPS
- FILTER
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REMOVE UNIT FROM CABINET.
Wrap the
motor, electrical control
box and electrical
terminals box in plastic film and make sure no
water or other liquid gets inside any of these
parts. It could damage the insulation
and
cause serious trouble.
Figure 33
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CLIPS
FILTER
. Carefully
clean and hose out the base, coils
and condensate pans. Clean at least once a
year or more often if the condenser coils and
pans collect
dirt, sand, leaves, insects or
algae. Also, clean if you detect an odor
from the air conditioner.
While the cabinet
is open, this is a good time to oil the fan
motor.
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Annual Maintenance for Your
Air Conditioner
Your air conditioner
help insure steady,
the year.
needs annual maintenance to
top performance
throughout
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Remove plastic film from motor and electrical
parts.
4 . Replace unit in cabinet.
NOTE: It’s a good idea to wait 24 hours
before starting the unit again. This aliows
time for all areas to dry out. The water from
rainfall or from normal operation
does not
harm these components.
Notes:
Oiling of the Fan Motor
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Oil the fan motor per instructions
on the
motor. To add oil, pull out the oil hole plug
at each end of the motor. (see Figure 34).
OIL PLUGS
An easy to use one-ounce capsule of especially
recommended
oil (Part No. 10943) can be
ordered from your dealer.
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3
. Replace the plug to keep dirt
bearings.
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from
motor
Reinstall the unit in cabinet after performing
maintenance.
(See Installation
Instructions.)
COOLING
LOAD GUIDE-SQUARE
FEET METHOD
ROOM AIR CONDITIONERS
To make sure you choose
the right size umt. use this COOLING LOAD GUIDE SQUARE FEET
It IS a quick. easy means of computing
capacity
METHOD
For WIWIXS In e~praure shading lnsulallon and bulldlng construction AHAM Cooling Load Esllmate Form FtAC~l must be used
2000
I800
1600
I400
1200
1000
800
600
400
200
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COOLING CAPACITY REQUIRED-BTU/HR
INSTRUCTIONS:
1. Determine lhe area to be cooled I” square feet and locate lhal
polnl on lhe left side of chart
2. Move horizontally
across lo the center line of Band A, B or C
according
to the condmon of the celling In the area lo be cooled
Band A-Occupied
Space Above Celling
0end B-Insulated
Celling Under Attic
Bmnd C-Non-Insulated
Celling Under AttIc
3. From center of band move wthm the band to lett lor more
northerly exposure or rlght for more westerly exposure
4. From thls point. read down to bottom of chart to determine
required
Bluihr output
Write the Btuihr figure In the space
lndlcated below
5.-
Btuihr
(from number
4 above)
6.
Locale your qeographlc
area on lnsel map and multiply
factor showhbytlgure
In number 5
~~ If room air condltloner
IS Intended orlmarllv for mohttime cooling. subtracl 30% (from hg;re In nimber 67
6,-Subtract 30 Bluihr from figure in number 7 (or 6) for
each Itnear foot of wall separating
the area lo be cooled
from anolher cooled room
9.--If more lhan two people occupy area, add 600 Btuihr per
oerson (to Oaure In number 61 11 onlv one oerson
subtract’600
tituihr
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~ Add 4000 Btuihr (lo figure In number 9) II area lo be
cooled Includes kitchen
For best resulls, a room condltlonmg
unll or units with a cooling
capaclly rallng close to that estlmaled above should be selected
A smaller capacity umt operatmg
continuously
~111 contrlbute
more to comfort than a larger capacity unit operating
Intermittently
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Room
A-1
Air Conditioner
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If you needserviceor
assistance,we suggestyou
follow thesefour steps:
1. Before calling for assistance
3. If you need service Whirlpool
Performance problems often result from little things
you can find and fix yourself without tools of any
kind.
Unit won’t run:
1. Is unit plugged in?
2. Is switch ON?
3. Is thermostat
set too WARM?
4. Is time-delay
fuse blown?
5. Has local Dower failed?
Unit blows fuses:
1. Are time-delay
fuses used?
2. Is an extension
cord being used? (Do not use.)
3. Are you waiting
two minutes
after turning
circuit off before trying to restart unit?
cooling
Unit turns on and off, or does not cool room:
1. Is filter clean?
2. Are coils clean?
Both
evaporator
(inside)
and condenser (outside)?
3. Is there excessive moisture or heat? (Open vessel cooklng,
showers, etc.)
4. Set fan to higher speed.
5. Set thermostat
to a cooler setting.
Operating
sounds:
When-your
room air conditioner
is operating
normally,
you will hear sounds such as:
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Droplets
of water hitting
the condenser,
causing a
“pinging”
or “clicking”
sound. Water droplets
help
to cool the condenser.
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Air movement
from the fan, especially
on high fan
speed setting.
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Clicks from thermostat
cycle.
Sounds also may be caused by house construction
such as vibration
of the unit due to wall construction
or unsteady window
mounting
area.
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TECH-CARE
technicians are trained
to fulfill
the product
warranty
and provide
after-warranty
service,
anywhere in the United States. To locate TECHCARE service in your area, call our COOL-LINE
service assistance telephone number (see Step 2) or
look in your telephone
directory
Yellow Pages
under:
If you need assistance
Call the Whirlpool
COOL-LINE@ service assistance
telephone number. Dial free from:
Continental
U.S. . . . . . . . . . (800) 253-1301
Michigan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (800) 632-2243
Alaska & Hawaii . . . . . , . . . (800) 253-l 121
and talk with one of our trained Consultants. The
Consultant
can instruct you in how to obtain satisfactory operation from your appliance or, if serservice
vice is necessary, recommend a qualified
company in your area.
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number (see Step 2) and talk with one of our
Consultants, or if you prefer, write to:
Mr. Robert Stanley
Division Vice President
Whirlpool Corporation
2000 US-33 North
Benton Harbor, MI 49022
If you must call or write, please provide: model
number, serial number, date of purchase, and a
complete description of the problem. This information is needed in order to better respond to your
request for assistance.
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