INSTALLATION & OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS Total Comfort TCR Series Air Handler NOTICE TO HOMEOWNER THIS PRODUCT MUST BE INSTALLED AND SERVICED BY A QUALIFIED INSTALLER AND WHERE REQUIRED BY LAW, A LICENSED TECHNICIAN. READ AND UNDERSTAND THESE INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE INSTALLING AND/OR OPERATING YOUR SUMMERAIRE TC SERIES AIR HANDLER FOR YOUR SAFETY THIS PRODUCT SHOULD BE INSTALLED AND SERVICED BY TRAINED AND REGISTERED TECHNICIANS ONLY. IF THIS APPLIANCE IS INSTALLED WITH A CENTRAL AIR CONDITIONING UNIT, THE A/C SYSTEM REFRIGERANT CHARGE AND SYSTEM OPERATION MUST BE VERIFIED BY A CERTIFIED/LICENSED MECHANIC. SUMMERAIRE MFG. PETERBOROUGH, ONTARIO Canada, K9J 6X6 Table of Contents Important Notes For Installer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Product Description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Equipment Selection and Sizing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Domestic Water Piping . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Start-up Procedures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Service and Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Electrical . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Control Design Detail . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Upflow Installation Illustration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 ECM Fan Motor Connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 Parts Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 Wiring Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 Parts List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 Warranty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 WARNING This appliance is not intended for installation in a non conditioned space where the potential may exist for the water and or drain lines to freeze. 1.0 1.1 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. IMPORTANT NOTES FOR THE INSTALLER A Quick Check List Are the water connections to the water heater oriented in a way to avoid trapping air in the heating circuit? Is the purge valve installed on the return line from the air handler upstream from the isolation valve? Is the air handler hung and isolated to avoid transmitting vibration through framing and duct work? Full port isolation valves MUST be provided. Restrictive valves will limit performance. Are thermostat connections correct, including cooling and continuous run connections? Have the packing materials been removed from the blower and the pump? Is there an installation manual for the home owner? Is the unit accessible? Are there clearances for service and component replacement? Is the filter cover in place? Is a clean filter in place? Is the supplied filter rack installed? If this appliance is installed with air conditioning, the A/C refrigerant charge and system operation must be verified by a certified/ licensed mechanic prior to commissioning. 3 2.0INTRODUCTION 2.1The Total Comfort Series line of air handlers are designed for use with hydronic (boiler) systems, tank-less or on demand water heaters, or in combination space and domestic water heating systems (combo systems or aqua air systems). Combo heating systems use the home’s water heater to provide both the space heating and domestic hot water, eliminating the need for a furnace. 3.0 3.1 PRODUCT DESCRIPTION Heating Coils All heating coils are potable water grade copper suitable for use in plumbing systems. No lead solder is used in any component construction. All coils and internal piping conform to ASTM B-68, B-88 and/or B-743 standards. High density aluminum fins provide maximum heat transfer for small coil surface. 3.2 Fan and Motor All fans are wide body dynamically balanced for extra quiet operation. Multi-directional sleeve bearing motors allow mounting in any direction for maximum installation flexibility. 3.3 Circulating Pump The circulating pump is matched for maximum performance. Air handlers come with internally mounted pumps for ease of installation. Externally mounted pumps can be added for long runs from the hot water source to the air handler. 4 3.4 Check Valve A check valve is built into the water pump to protect against backflow of water to avoid short circulating around water heater during domestic water use and protect against thermal siphoning. Check valves (½”), can have a maximum elevation of 25’ (8 metres) above the water heater. Check valves (¾”) can have a maximum elevation of 50’ (15 metres) above the water heater. 3.5 Connecting to a Water Heater Any properly sized gas, propane or oil fired water heater will work in a combo heating system. Make sure the water heater being used is approved for combo applications. Tank-less water heater may reduce the capacity of air handlers due to the higher internal pressure drop. Use only approved and tested air handlers when using any tank-less water heater. Make sure the Tank-less water heater is approved for combo heating. 3.7 Water Refresher If the circulating pump has not run in the previous 24 hours, the control will turn the pump on for 1 minute to flush the lines and heat exchanger. This will help ensure that the water lubricated pumps do not stick during long periods of inactivity. 5 4.0 EQUIPMENT SELECTION AND SIZING Proper sizing of systems components is crucial for proper operation. 1. Obtain room by room heat loss and/or heat gain 2. Determine heating water temperature 3. Determine duct layout Make sure a proper room-by-room heat loss and heat gain for the dwelling is calculated using Manual J, HRAI, ASHRAE or other approved sizing method. 5.0 Installation 5.1 The installer shall adhere to all local, state and national code requirements pertaining to the installation of this equipment. 5.2 The TCR Series air handler can be mounted in most directions. Upflow, horizontal left and horizontal right. You cannot install the air handler on it’s back or suspended with front cover facing down. Adequately sized drain pan and drain connection must be installed under this appliance. This appliance shall not be installed in a non conditioned space where the potential may exist for the appliance and or water lines and drain line to freeze. 5.3 Provide at least 2 feet ( 0.75 meters) of clearance from the front of the cabinet for service and maintenance. Zero clearance is acceptable on the other sides. 6.0 Domestic Water Piping 6.01 A webstone ball valve with drain/purge valve must be installed. The drain valve must be located downstream of the pump and check valve, and upstream of the isolation valve (if isolation valve is present). With this arrangement, any air trapped in the system can easily be flushed out following the instructions in the Start-up & Troubleshooting sections. 6 6.02 Isolation valves are recommended. Installing isolation valves facilitates easy servicing and ensures positive purging of the system during startup. 6.03 For combo systems all joints in copper pipe must be lead-free solder. All piping must be suitable for potable water use. 6.04 Maximum pipe lengths for all TCR series air handlers should be 24 feet for 1/2” piping or 120 ft for 3/4” piping. Pipe lengths indicated are actual lengths. Allowance has been made for a reasonable number of valves and fittings. For distances that are greater, a second circulator may be added or pipe size may be increased in diameter. 6.05 When both top and side connections are provided on the water heater, the side connections should be used for the space heating loop. 6.06 When the space heating loop connections are made to the domestic water connections. • The heating loop connections should be positioned horizontally in a vertical section of the domestic water line for both inlet and outlet. Refer to the piping schematic for details. • Connect the heating loop to the domestic water connections as close to the water heater as possible. 6.07 Avoid sections of pipe in the heating loop that can trap air where possible. It is usually impossible to install a system, without having at least one part of the system or heating coil able to trap air. This will not be a problem if the connection to the domestic water lines is made properly, and the system is properly purged on setup: • The circulating pump is capable of removing small amounts of entrained air from the heating loop. • Following the flushing procedures in the Start-up section will ensure that there is no air in the system after initial set-up. • Proper connections between the domestic water lines and the heating loop will ensure that any air that collects in the water tank, does not make its way into the heating loop. 7 6.08 If connected to a water heater, air bleed valves at high points of the heating system are not required and NOT recommended. 6.09 Anti-Scald Valve Anti-scald valves are not required for normal operation, but may be used for installations where the local, state, or national code demands it or the home owner wishes a lower domestic water temperature than 140F (60C). It is not recommended that anti-scald valves be installed unless required. If an anti-scald device is to be installed, it must comply with ASSE standards no. 1016 and 1017. 6.10 Boiler Piping Use a primary, secondary piping arrangement to de-couple the flow through the boiler from the flow through the air handler. Make certain the supply and return connections for the air handler heating loop are not more than 4 pipe diameters apart. Make certain the supply connection is upstream of the return connection for boilers operating at or below 160F (71C). Maximum length of piping to and from the Air Handler shall be as per paragraph 6.04. 6.11 Water Heater or Boiler Follow the manufacturer’s instructions for installation and start-up of the water heater or boiler. Make sure the heating device is turned off during air handler installation and service. Ensure system has been refilled, and all air is purged from the system before turning on the heating device. 6.12 Duct Work All duct designs must be designed to conform with ARI Manuals “J” and “D” or local codes and requirements. To minimize fan noise in the living space, it is recommended that the first six feet of supply and return air duct be lined with acoustic insulation. Return and supply air duct work should be the same size as the air handler openings up to the first branch, fitting or transition. 8 7.0 START-UP PROCEDURES Refer to Installation Notes page 3 and Prestart checklist page 22. Do not start the air handler or water heater until ALL Air has been purged from water lines and air handler pump! 1. Fill the boiler loop or water heater with water, but do not start it. 2. Purge all air from the heating boiler or domestic hot water system. 3. Purge all air from the space-heating loop by closing the isolation valve on the return leg of the loop and open the drain to purge air. Open the return leg isolation valve and then close the drain valve. 4. Start the boiler or water heater according to the manufacturer’s instructions. Set the design water temperature and wait for the system to shut off. You can check that the water heater is set properly by running hot water from a faucet into a glass. Using a thermometer measure the temperature of the water as soon as the water heater burner shuts off. If the set-point temperature is too low or is above 140F, reset the tank control, run water until the burner starts again and repeat the measurement. 5. Turn on the power to the air handler and set the room thermostat for heat to energize the fan and pump. If a gurgling sound is present, it should subside within one minute. If noise is still present after one minute, repeat step 3 to purge air as necessary. 6. Check supply and return pipes for temperature differences to make sure there is flow. There should be a noticeable difference in temperature between supply and return lines. Warning, use caution when supply water temperature is above 120 degrees F. 9 8.0 SERVICE AND MAINTENANCE 8.1Filter The TCR Series of air handlers are provided with a disposable filter media. This filter should be inspected monthly and removed and replaced as required. 8.2Coils Air conditioning and heating coils should not require cleaning if the filter maintenance schedule is adhered to. If a filter is damaged or collapses from plugging, dust may foul the coils. If this happens, replace the filter and carefully vacuum the heating coil. 8.3 Pump The circulating pump is water lubricated and should require no regular maintenance. The system control has a cycle timer to exercise the pump even during prolonged periods of no heat to avoid seizing from long idle periods. 9.0TROUBLESHOOTING 9.1 Pump does not run In areas where hard water is present the pump may stick and fail to run. Often, closing the isolation valve on the return leg and opening the drain port so that water flows through the pump can free this. For Grundfos pumps, remove the screw-on cover from the face of the pump, and rotate the shaft one turn with a slotted screwdriver. If either method fails to free the pump, removal for cleaning or replacement is necessary. The daily pump exercise will help prevent pump sticking. 10 9.2 Pump is noisy at start-up Air is present in heating loop. If sound has not diminished within 1 minute, purge air in accordance with the Start-Up procedures. If heat source is a water heater, check to make sure branch connections for heating loop are horizontal to prevent the collecting of air in the heating loop. 9.3 Water heater T&P is weeping A check valve or back-flow preventer may have been installed in the system. Some form of pressure relief may be required. Options are: - Install expansion tank ( potable water safe ) - Install pressure relief valve; locate outlet over laundry tub or floor drain. - Install combination toilet tank/pressure relief valve. 9.4 Cold water at hot faucet When heat source is a water heater, the most probable cause is reverse flow through the heating loop from the stuck check valve; repair or replace valve. 9.5 Insufficient or no heat 9.5.1 Plugged air filter or coil. Refer to Maintenance section for filter care and coil cleaning. 9.5.2 Tank-less water heater inlet filter plugged. See manufacturers instructions 9.5.3 Air in heating loop; purge system. 9.5.4 Inlet and outlet connections to air handler backwards; reverse connections 9.5.5 Water heater supply tube (dip tube) is restricted or damaged; check and/or replace. Tank style water heaters only. 11 9.5.6 Supply water temperature set too low or not calibrated properly; check water temperature. In the case of water heater; If the temperature has been set too low because of homeowner preference, it may be necessary to install and anti-scald valve to control the faucet temperature and raise the operating temperature of the water heater. 9.5.7 Restriction in heating loop; remove restrictions, check valves stick, valves too restrictive, left partially closed after purging or closed valve. 9.5.8 Water heater supply temperature is unstable. Check water heater setting and temperature sensors for good contact on coil headers. 9.6 Heating during Standby mode Probable cause is thermal Siphoning. See check valve description for details; repair or replace check valve. Check elevation of the air handler above water heater to see if motorized valve required for positive shut-off. 10.0Electrical 10.1 Warning! Make sure unit is properly grounded. Locate air handler on a separate circuit. All TCR Series Air Handlers that use PSC (permanent split capacitor) motors operate on 115v or 230v / 1 ph / 60hz 3 wire plus ground line voltage. All controls are 24 volt. Verify voltage requirements prior to installation. Refer to specification label on unit. The TCR series of air handlers that use DC (ECM) motors are 120/1/60. 10.2Thermostat Most standard heat/cool, setback, or electronic thermostats are compatible with the TC Series Air Handlers. Thermostat wire from the thermostat is connected to the screw terminals located on exterior terminal strip. Should be connected as follows: 12 Y - thermostst Y (cooling) input to Air Handler R – power ( 24vac ) W – heating C – cooling (24vac common for A/C) G – continuous run fan ( if present on thermostat ) Y1 - cooling output to condensor 10.3 Electrical Information Air handler wiring diagrams are located on the inside of the access panel for reference during installation and servicing. Name plate data is located on the front access panel. 10.4 RELAY CONTROLS: 10.4.1 Heat Relay (Boiler 115VAC 5A Max dry contact) The heat relay is on when the thermostat calls for heat. 10.5 CONTROL INPUTS: 10.5.1 Heating Control A 24VAC input is provided to control the heating function. When the thermostat calls for heat 24VAC is applied to the W contact and a heating cycle will be initiated. NOTE: the heating cycle control will be ignored while a cooling cycle is in progress. 10.5.2 Thermostat Fan On/Auto Control The 24VAC Thermostat Fan On/Auto input will select the fan operation. When the control is in the Auto state the fan will be off while not heating/cooling. In the Fan On state the fan will run at the low speed. 10.6CONNECTORS: Refer to wiring diagram page 20 The Heat Relay (T , T) is on when the thermostat calls for heat. The connector is a two terminal connector that provides a contact closure when the Heat Relay is on. The contacts will support up to 24VAC at 2 Amps. 13 NOTICE: A FIELD FABRICATED AUXILARY DRAIN PAN WITH DRAIN PIPE IS REQUIRED IN ALL CONFIGURATIONS. Upflow Installation Caution: Return air openings shall not be installed in black panel. Return air openings must be cut out to knockouts provided. Minimum return air opening shall be 18” X 18”. FOR HORIZONTAL INSTALLATION OVER A FINISHED SPACE, A FIELD FABRICATED AUXILARY DRAIN PAN WITH DRAIN PIPE IS REQUIRED TO PREVENT DAMAGE BY OVERFLOW DUE TO BLOCKED CONDENSATE DRAIN. 14 Notice: In ECM fan motor applications, the fan motor operates independent of the air handler relays. The ECM motor is programmed to provide soft start and stop cycles. 15 TC1530RE Air Handler 1/3 H.P. ECM - Air Flow Selectable Options Heat Fan Speed Switches 1 & 2 OFF OFF 1050 ON OFF 825 OFF ON 675 ON ON 550 Adjust Fan Speed Switches 3 & 4 OFF/OFF ON/OFF OFF/ON OFF/OFF CFM ON/OFF OFF/ON CFM Heating 1050 1155 924 Heating 825 910 726 Cooling 1175 1290 1034 Cooling 925 1010 814 ON/OFF OFF/ON ON/OFF OFF/ON OFF/OFF OFF/OFF CFM CFM Heating 675 740 594 Heating 550 605 484 Cooling 750 825 660 Cooling 600 660 528 Cool Fan Speed Switches 5 & 6 OFF OFF 1175 ON OFF 925 OFF ON 750 ON ON 600 Cool Fan Speed Profiles Switches 7 & 8 PreRun Time Min. Motor % ShortRun Time Min. Motor % MotorOFF Time Min. Motor % OFF OFF 5 82 2 88 2 75 ON OFF 3 82 2 88 2 75 OFF ON 2 82 - - 4 75 ON ON - - - - 4 75 Heating Fan Speed Profile PreRun Time Min. Motor % ShortRun Time Min. Motor % MotorOFF Time Min. Motor % 1 25 1 50 1 50 NOTE: Power to the Air Handler must be turned off before changing switch settings. Above values are approximations only, actual results may vary. NOTE: Factory set switch positions are indicated in bold Air flow shown above are approximate at .20” ESP. TC2540RE Air Handler 1/2 H.P. ECM - Air Flow Selectable Options Heat Fan Speed Switches 1 & 2 OFF OFF 1300 ON OFF 980 OFF ON 760 Adjust Fan Speed Switches 3 & 4 OFF/OFF ON/OFF OFF/ON OFF/OFF CFM ON/OFF OFF/ON CFM Heating 1300 1430 1140 Heating 980 1050 860 Cooling 1640 1804 1440 Cooling 1270 1400 1100 ON/OFF OFF/ON ON/OFF OFF/ON OFF/OFF OFF/OFF CFM CFM Heating 760 830 660 Heating 760 830 660 Cooling 980 1050 860 Cooling 740 800 650 Cool Fan Speed Switches 5 & 6 OFF OFF 1640 ON OFF 1270 OFF ON 980 ON ON 740 Cool Fan Speed Profiles Switches 7 & 8 PreRun Time Min. Motor % ShortRun Time Min. Motor % MotorOFF Time Min. Motor % OFF OFF 5 82 2 88 2 75 ON OFF 3 82 2 88 2 75 OFF ON 2 82 - - 4 75 ON ON - - - - 4 75 NOTE: Power to the Air Handler must be turned off before changing switch settings. Above values are approximations only, actual results may vary. NOTE: Factory set switch positions are indicated in bold Air flow shown above are approximate at .20” ESP. 17 TC3550RE Air Handler 3/4 H.P. ECM - Air Flow Selectable Options Heat Fan Speed Switches 1 & 2 OFF OFF 1650 ON OFF 1590 OFF ON 1470 ON ON 1320 Adjust Fan Speed Switches 3 & 4 OFF/OFF ON/OFF OFF/ON OFF/OFF CFM ON/OFF OFF/ON CFM Heating 1650 1800 1480 Heating 1590 1750 1430 Cooling 1875 2060 1680 Cooling 1730 1900 1560 ON/OFF OFF/ON ON/OFF OFF/ON OFF/OFF OFF/OFF CFM CFM Heating 1470 1620 1320 Heating 1320 1450 1180 Cooling 1620 1780 1450 Cooling 1500 1650 1350 Cool Fan Speed Switches 5 & 6 OFF OFF 1875 ON OFF 1730 OFF ON 1620 ON ON 1500 Cool Fan Speed Profiles Switches 7 & 8 PreRun Time Min. Motor % ShortRun Time Min. Motor % MotorOFF Time Min. Motor % OFF OFF 5 82 2 88 2 75 ON OFF 3 82 2 88 2 75 OFF ON 2 82 - - 4 75 ON ON - - - - 4 75 NOTE: Power to the Air Handler must be turned off before changing switch settings. Above values are approximations only, actual results may vary. NOTE: Factory set switch positions are indicated in bold Air flow shown above are approximate at .20” ESP. 18 11.0 Parts Diagram 1 2 3 4 12 11 10 7 8 9 19 20 11.1 Item # 1 1 2 2 2 3 4 7 7 7 8 9 10 10 11 11 11 11 11 11 12 Parts List REPLACEMENT PART 2.GROMMET720 2.GROMMET825 2.COILTC1530 2.COILTC2540 2.COILTC3550 2.PUMP15427 2.TRANS40VA24 2.BLWRG10DD2450 2.BLWRG10DD3550 2.BLWRG108DD 2.FILTSCREWAH 2.FILTPULLAH 8.CAP370V5MF 8.CAP370V75MF 2.MTR1973 2.MTR1971 2.MTR5846 2.MTR1530ECM 2.MTR2540ECM 2.MTR3550ECM 8.SWPADDLE DESCRIPTION Water line grommet Water line grommet Coil assy c/w copper fittings & pump Coil assy c/w copper fittings & pump Coil assy c/w copper fittings & pump Grundfos Water Pump Transformer 40va 24v Delhi blower Delhi blower Delhi blower Filter cover plate screw knob Filter pull c/w screw and nut Capacitor 370V 5MF Capacitor 370V 7.5 MF Emerson motor 1/2hp 208-230v 3sp Emerson motor 1/4hp 208-230v 3sp Emerson motor 3/4hp 208-230v 4sp GE ECM motor 1/3hp #5460 GE ECM motor 1/2hp #5462 GE ECM motor 3/4hp #5464 Fan door safety switch TC TC TC TC TC TC 1530R 2540R 3550R 1530RE 2540RE 3550RE X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X Not Shown In Diagram Item # REPLACEMENT PART 2.BLWRASSYTC1530 2.BLWRASSYTC2540 2.BLWRASSYTC3550 2.BLWRASSYTC1530E 2.BLWRASSYTC2540E 2.BLWRASSYTC3550E 2.BOARDTCR 2.BOARDTAP 2.COILTC1530NP 2.COILTC2540NP 2.COILTC3550NP 2.CHOKE DESCRIPTION TC TC TC TC TC TC 1530R 2540R 3550R 1530RE 2540RE 3550RE Blower assy c/w motor,cap,blower PSC X X Blower assy c/w motor,cap,blower PSC X X Blower assy c/w motor,cap,blower PSC X X Blower assy c/w motor, blower ECM X Blower assy c/w motor, blower ECM X Blower assy c/w motor, blower ECM X Control Board X X X X X X Tap select board for ECM motors X X X Coil assy without pump X Coil assy without pump X X Coil assy without pump X X Power factor correction choke X 8794740DE 21 PRESTART CHECKLIST 1) q REMOVE PACKING MATERIALS FROM LEFT SIDE OF BLOWER 2) q REMOVE PACKING MATERIALS FROM UNDER WATER PUMP 3) q BLEED ALL AIR FROM WATER LINES 4) q BLEED AIR FROM END OF WATER PUMP AT SLOTTED BLEED SCREW GENTLY OPEN BLEED SCREW ABOUT 1/2 TURN UNTIL AIR BLEEDS OUT ENSURE WATER DOES NOT LEAK ONTO CONTROL BOARD IN FAN COMPARTMENT 5) q IF A/C COIL IS INSTALLED IN RETURN AIR DUCT UPSTREAM OF AIR 6) q INITIATE CALL FOR HEAT, q PUMP TURNS ON q FAN TURNS ON HANDLER, AIR FILTER IS INSTALLED UPSTREAM OF A/C COIL 7) q CANCEL CALL FOR HEAT PUMP TURNS OFF, FAN TURNS OFF 22 PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS !IR¬(ANDLER¬-ODEL¬4#0R (IGH¬3PEED -ED¬3PEED ,OW¬3PEED !IR¬&LOW¬#&- ¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬ 4OTAL¬%30¬INWG !IR¬(ANDLER¬-ODEL¬4#0R !IR¬&LOW¬#&- (IGH¬3PEED -ED¬3PEED ,OW¬3PEED ¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬ 4OTAL¬%30¬INWG !IR¬(ANDLER¬-ODEL¬4#0R !IR¬&LOW¬#&- (IGH¬3PEED -ED¬3PEED ,OW¬3PEED ¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬¬ 4OTAL¬%30¬INWG 23 12.0 Summeraire Mfg. Air Handler Warranty All TC series Air Handler parts are warranted to be free from defect in materials or faulty workmanship for a one-year period from the date of original installation subject to the Conditions of Warranty set out below. Where the original date of installation cannot be determined, the warranty will be deemed to begin six (6) months after the date of manufacture. Replacement parts will only carry the unexpired portion of the warranty. In addition, Summeraire Mfg. will provide a five-year warranty from the date of installation for heating coils, piping and cabinetry, subject to the Conditions of Warranty set out below. Replacement parts will only carry the unexpired portion of the warranty. 12.1 Conditions of Warranty Summeraire Mfg. assumes no costs for warranty service or costs associated with the replacement of parts. This warranty does not include labor, including diagnostic labor nor any freight associated with the repair service, or sales tax that might be incurred by the purchaser under this warranty. This warranty does not cover defects caused by improper installation, modifications, alteration, abuse or accident to, or misuse of the product or its operation in a manner contrary to the instructions included with this unit at the time of shipment, or failure to perform maintenance as detailed in aforementioned instructions. This warranty will not cover normal maintenance, equipment that has been moved from its original installation location, operated beyond rated capacity and at voltages other than the rate specified in the nameplate, acts of god such as floods, winds, fires and lightning, exposed to corrosive elements such as salt, chlorine, fluorine, or other damaging chemicals. This warranty will not cover part deficiencies due to lime or scale deposits. This warranty will not apply to damage or defect resulting from operation with system components other than those specified in the installation instructions, which are not authorized in writing by Summeraire Mfg. 12.2 Limitation of Warranties Summeraire Mfg. makes no express warranties other than the warranties set out above. All implied warranties including the implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose are excluded to the extent legally permissible, or are limited to a period of one (1) year. Should such exclusion or limitation of warranty be unenforceable, such implied warranties are in any event limited to the duration of the express warranty, set forth above. Liability for incidental, punitive and/or consequential damages, whether arising out of breach of warranty, breach of contract, negligence or otherwise, is excluded. THIS PRODUCT MUST BE INSTALLED AND SERVICED BY A QUALIFIED INSTALLER AND WHERE REQUIRED BY LAW, A LICENSED TECHNICIAN OTHERWISE THE WARRANTY SHALL BECOME VOID. Keep your warranty working for you. Please complete and mail your Warranty Registration Card to: Summeraire Mfg., P.O. Box 4088, 2040 Fisher Drive, Peterborough, Ontario, Canada, K9J 7B1 to register this warranty. 24 Notes: A-TCR-INSMAN-EN-REV11 Specifications and illustrations subject to change without notice and without incurring obligations.