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Installer’s Guide
Air Conditioner/Heat Pumps
4TTZ0/4TWZ0 with ComfortLinkTM II and Charge AssistTM
ALL phases of this installation must comply with NATIONAL, STATE AND LOCAL CODES
IMPORTANT — This Document is customer property and is to remain with this unit. Please return to service information pack upon completion of work.
These instructions do not cover all variations in systems or provide for every possible contingency to be met in connection with
the installation. Should further information be desired or should particular problems arise which are not covered sufficiently for the
purchaser’s purposes, the matter should be referred to your installing dealer or local distributor.
NOTE: The manufacturer recommends installing only approved matched indoor and outdoor systems. All of the manufacture’s split
systems are A.H.R.I. rated only with TXV/EEV indoor systems. Some of the benefits of installing approved matched indoor and
outdoor split systems are maximum efficiency, optimum performance and the best overall system reliability.
Table of Contents
Section 1. Safety...................................................................................... 2
Section 2. Unit Location Considerations.............................................. 3
Section 3. Unit Preparation..................................................................... 5
Section 4. Setting the Unit...................................................................... 5
Section 5. Refrigerant Line Considerations.......................................... 6
Section 6. Refrigerant Line Routing...................................................... 7
Section 7. Refrigerant Line Brazing....................................................... 8
Section 8. Refrigerant Line Leak Check.............................................. 10
Section 9. Evacuation............................................................................ 11
Section 10. Service Valves.................................................................... 11
Section 11. Electrical - Low Voltage..................................................... 12
Section 12. Electrical - High Voltage.................................................... 17
Section 13. Start Up............................................................................... 18
Section 14. System Charge Adjustment.............................................. 19
Section 15. Checkout Procedures and Troubleshooting.................... 30
Section 1. Safety
▲! WARNING
This information is intended for use by individuals
possessing adequate backgrounds of electrical and
mechanical experience. Any attempt to repair a central
air conditioning product may result in personal injury
and/or property damage. The manufacture or seller
cannot be responsible for the interpretation of this
information, nor can it assume any liability in connection with its use.
▲! WARNING
These units use R-410A refrigerant which operates
at 50 to 70% higher pressures than R-22. Use only
R-410A approved service equipment. Refrigerant
cylinders are painted a “Rose” color to indicate the
type of refrigerant and may contain a “dip” tube to
allow for charging of liquid refrigerant into the system. All R-410A systems use a POE oil that readily
absorbs moisture from the atmosphere. To limit this
“hygroscopic” action, the system should remain sealed
whenever possible. If a system has been open to the
atmosphere for more than 4 hours, the compressor oil
must be replaced. Never break a vacuum with air and
always change the driers when opening the system
for component replacement. For specific handling
concerns with R-410A and POE oil, reference Retrofit
Bulletin SS-APG006-EN and APP-APG011-EN or
APP-APG012-EN.
▲! WARNING
LIVE ELECTRICAL COMPONENTS!
During installation, testing, servicing, and troubleshooting of this product, it may be necessary to work
with live electrical components. Failure to follow all
electrical safety precautions when exposed to live
electrical components could result in death or serious
injury.
▲! CAUTION
If using existing refrigerant lines make certain that all
joints are brazed, not soldered.
! CAUTION
▲
Scroll compressor dome temperatures may be hot. Do
not touch the top of compressor; it may cause minor to
severe burning.
NOTE: It is recommended to install manufacturer approved matched ­indoor and outdoor systems.
NOTE: All approved split systems are AHRI rated with only
TXV indoor systems.
NOTE: The benefits of installing approved indoor and
outdoor split ­systems are maxi­­mum efficiency, optimum
performance and the best overall system ­reliability.
▲! WARNING
UNIT CONTAINS R-410A REFRIGERANT!
R-410A operating pressures exceed the limit of R-22.
Proper service equipment is required. Failure to use
proper service tools may result in equipment damage
or personal injury.
SERVICE
USE ONLY R-410A REFRIGERANT AND APPROVED POE COMPRESSOR OIL.
▲! WARNING
Extreme caution should be exercised when opening
the Liquid Line Service Valve. Turn counterclockwise
until the valve stem just touches the rolled edge. No
torque is required. Failure to follow this warning will
result in abrupt release of system charge and may
result in personal injury and /or property damage.
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Section 2. Unit Location Considerations
2.1 Unit Dimensions and Weight
Table 2.1
Unit Dimensions and Weight
Models
H x D x W (in)
Weight* (lb)
4TTZ0024A
54 x 34 x 37
335
4TTZ0036B
54 x 34 x 37
335
4TTZ0048A/B
54 x 34 x 37
420
4TTZ0060A
54 x 34 x 37
420
4TWZ0024A
54 x 34 x 37
340
4TWZ0036B
54 x 34 x 37
345
4TWZ0048A/B
54 x 34 x 37
430
4TWZ0060A
54 x 34 x 37
430
* Weight values are estimated (uncrated).
When mounting the outdoor unit on a roof, be
sure the roof will support the unit’s weight.
H
W
D
Properly selected isolation is recommended to
alleviate sound or vibration transmission to the
building structure.
2.2 Refrigerant Piping Limits
1. The maximum length of refrigerant lines
from outdoor to indoor unit should NOT
exceed sixty (60) feet.
2. The maximum vertical change should not
exceed twenty five (25) feet*.
3. Service valve connection diameters are
shown in Table 5.1.
NOTE: For line lengths greater than sixty (60)
feet, Refer to Refrigerant Piping Application
Guide, SS-APG006-EN or Refrigerant Piping
Software Program, 32-3312-03 (or latest revision).
Standard
Line Set
60’ Max
Line Length
*
35’ Max
Line
Length
25’
Max
Line
Lift
*
25’
Max
Line
Lift
35’ Max
Line
Length
* Restricted to maximum vertical change of 25 ft.
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2.3 Suggested Locations for Best Reliability
Ensure the top discharge area is unrestricted for
at least five (5) feet above the unit.
Avoid Install
Near Bedrooms
Three (3) feet clearance must be provided in
front of the control box (access panels) and any
other side requiring service.
Do not locate close to bedrooms as operational
sounds may be objectionable.
Min 5’ Unrestricted
Min. 12” to
Shrubbery
Avoid locations such as near windows where
condensation and freezing defrost vapor can
annoy a customer.
Min 3’
Unrestricted
Access Panel
Position the outdoor unit a minimum of 12” from
any wall or surrounding shrubbery to ensure
adequate airflow.
Outdoor unit location must be far enough away
from any structure to prevent excess roof runoff
water or icicles from falling directly on the unit.
Min. 12” to
Shrubbery
Min. 12”
to Wall
2.4 Cold Climate Considerations (Heat Pump only)
NOTE: It is recommended that these precautions be taken for units being installed in areas
where snow accumulation and prolonged below
freezing temperatures occur.
• Units should be elevated 3-12 inches above
the pad or roof­top, depending on local
weather. This additional height will allow
drainage of snow and ice melted during
defrost cycle prior to its refreezing. Ensure
that drain holes in unit base pan are not
­obstructed preventing draining of defrost
water.
• If possible, avoid locations that are likely to
accumulate snow drifts. If not possible, a
snow drift barrier should be installed around
the unit to prevent a build-up of snow on the
sides of the unit.
Min. 12”
Snow
Barrier
Snow Legs
3-12” Elevation
Pad
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2.5 Coastal Considerations
If installed within one mile of salt water, including seacoasts and inland waterways, models without factory supplied Seacoast Salt Shields require the addition of BAYSEAC001 (Seacoast Kit) at installation time.
Section 3. Unit Preparation
3.1 Prepare The Unit For Installation
STEP 1 - Check for damage and report promptly to the carrier any damage found to the unit.
STEP 2 - To remove the unit from the pallet,
remove tabs by cutting with a sharp tool.
Section 4. Setting the Unit
4.1 Pad Installation
When installing the unit on a support pad, such
as a concrete slab, consider the following:
• The pad should be at least 1” larger than the
unit on all sides.
• The pad must be separate from any structure.
• The pad must be level.
• The pad should be high enough above grade
to allow for drainage.
• The pad location must comply with National,
State, and Local codes.
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Section 5. Refrigerant Line Considerations
5.1 Refrigerant Line and Service Valve Connection Sizes
Table 5.1
Line Sizes
Service Valve Connection Sizes
Model
Vapor
Line
Liquid
Line
Vapor Line
Connection
Liquid Line
Connection
4TTZ0024A
3/4
3/8
5/8
3/8
4TTZ0036B
3/4
3/8
3/4
3/8
4TTZ0048A/B
7/8
3/8
3/4
3/8
4TTZ0060A
7/8
3/8
3/4
3/8
4TWZ0024A
5/8
3/8
5/8
3/8
4TWZ0036B
3/4
3/8
3/4
3/8
4TWZ0048A/B
3/4
3/8
3/4
3/8
4TWZ0060A
3/4
3/8
3/4
3/8
5.2 Factory Charge
Trane outdoor condensing units are factory charged with the system charge required for the outdoor condensing unit, fifteen (15) feet of tested connecting line, and the smallest indoor evaporative coil match. See unit
nameplate. If connecting line length exceeds fifteen (15) feet and/or a larger indoor evaporative coil is
installed, then final refrigerant charge adjustment is necessary. Use Charge Assist™ or the Manual Charging procedure found in the outdoor unit Service Facts. Charge level can always be verified with the Refrigerant
Charging Chart found in the Service Facts.
5.3 Required Refrigerant Line Length
Determine required line length and lift. You will
need this later in STEP 2 of Section 14.
Total Line Length = __________ Ft.
Line Length
Total Vertical Change (lift) = __________ Ft.
5.4 Refrigerant Line Insulation
Important: The Vapor Line must always be
insulated. DO NOT allow the Liquid Line and
Vapor Line to come in direct (metal to metal)
contact.
Liquid Line
Vapor Line
Insulation
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5.5 Reuse Existing Refrigerant Lines
! CAUTION
▲
If using existing refrigerant lines make certain
that all joints are brazed, not soldered.
For retrofit applications, where the existing
indoor evaporator coil and/or refrigerant lines
will be used, the following precautions should
be taken:
• Ensure that the indoor evaporator coil and
refrigerant lines are the correct size.
• Ensure that the refrigerant lines are free of
leaks, acid, and oil.
Important: For more information see publication number SS-APG006-EN.
Section 6. Refrigerant Line Routing
6.1 Precautions
Important: Take precautions to prevent noise
within the building structure due to vibration
transmission from the refrigerant lines.
Comply with National, State, and Local Codes when
isolating line sets from joists, rafters, walls, or other
structural elements.
For Example:
• When the refrigerant lines have to be fastened to floor joists or other framing in a structure, use isolation type
hangers.
• Isolation hangers should also be used when refrigerant lines are run in stud spaces or enclosed ceilings.
• Where the refrigerant lines run through a wall or sill, they should be insulated and isolated.
• Isolate the lines from all ductwork.
•Minimize the number of 90º turns.
8 Feet Maximum
Joist/Rafter
Isolator
Side View
8 Feet Maximum
Line Set
Secure Vapor line from joists using isolators every 8 ft. Secure
Liquid Line directly to Vapor line using tape, wire, or other appropriate method every 8 ft.
Isolation From Joist/Rafter
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8 Feet Maximum
Wall
Isolator
8 Feet Maximum
Side View
Line Set
Secure Vapor Line using isolators every 8 ft. Secure Liquid Line
directly to Vapor Line using tape, wire, or other appropriate
method every 8 ft.
Isolation In Wall Spaces
Wall
Sealant
Ductwork
Insulation
Vapor Line
Isolator
Line Set
Isolation Through Wall
DO NOT hang line sets from ductwork
Section 7. Refrigerant Line Brazing
7.1 Braze The Refrigerant Lines
STEP 1 - Remove caps or plugs. Use a deburring tool to debur the pipe ends. Clean both
internal and external surfaces of the tubing
using an emery cloth.
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STEP 2 - Remove the pressure tap cap and
valve cores from both service valves.
STEP 3 - Purge the refrigerant lines and indoor
coil with dry nitrogen.
STEP 4 - Wrap a wet rag around the valve
body to avoid heat damage and continue the
dry nitrogen purge.
Braze the refrigerant lines to the service
valves.
Continue the dry nitrogen purge. Do not remove the wet rag until all brazing is completed.
Important: Remove the wet rag before stopping
the dry nitrogen purge.
NOTE: Precautions should be taken to avoid
heat damage to basepan during brazing. It is
recommended to keep the flame directly off of
the basepan.
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STEP 5 - Replace the pressure tap valve cores
after the service valves have cooled.
Section 8. Refrigerant Line Leak Check
8.1 Check For Leaks
STEP 1 - Pressurize the refrigerant lines and
evaporator coil to 150 PSIG using dry nitrogen.
150 PSIG
STEP 2 - Check for leaks by using a soapy solution or bubbles at each brazed location.
Remove nitrogen pressure and repair any leaks
before continuing.
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Section 9. Evacuation
9.1 Evacuate the Refrigerant Lines and Indoor Coil
Important: Do not open the service valves until
the refrigerant lines and indoor coil leak check
and evacuation are complete.
0350
Microns
STEP 1 - Evacuate until the micron gauge reads
no higher than 350 microns, then close off the
valve to the vacuum pump.
ON
OFF
STEP 2 - Observe the micron gauge. Evacuation
is complete if the micron gauge does not rise
above 500 microns in one (1) minute.
1 MIN.
Once evacuation is complete blank off the
vacuum pump and micron gauge, and close the
valves on the manifold gauge set.
Section 10. Service Valves
10.1 Open the Gas Service Valve
Important: Leak check and evacuation must be
completed before opening the service valves.
CAP
NOTE: Do not vent refrigerant gases into the
atmosphere
VALVE STEM
STEP 1 - Remove valve stem cap.
STEP 2 - Using an adjustable wrench, turn valve
stem 1/4 turn counterclockwise to the fully open
position.
STEP 3 - Replace the valve stem cap to prevent
leaks. Tighten finger tight plus an additional 1/6
turn.
1/4 TURN ONLY
COUNTERCLOCKWISE
FOR FULL OPEN
POSITION
UNIT SIDE
OF VALVE
PRESSURE TAP PORT
GAS LINE CONNECTION
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10.1 Open the Liquid Service Valve
▲! WARNING
Extreme caution should be exercised when
opening the Liquid Line Service Valve. Turn
counterclockwise until the valve stem just
touches the rolled edge. No torque is required.
Failure to follow this warning will result in abrupt
release of system charge and may result in
personal injury and /or property damage.
Cap
Unit Side
of Service
Valve
3/16” Hex Wrench
Rolled Edge to
Captivate Stem
Important: Leak check and evacuation must be
completed before opening the service valves.
Hex Headed
Valve System
STEP 1 - Remove service valve cap.
STEP 2 - Fully insert 3/16” hex wrench into the
stem and back out counterclockwise until valve
stem just touches the rolled edge (approximately
five (5) turns.)
Service Port
STEP 3 - Replace the valve cap to prevent leaks.
Tighten finger tight plus an additional 1/6 turn.
Section 11. Electrical - Low Voltage
11.1 Low Voltage Maximum Wire Length
Table 11.1 defines the maximum total length of
low voltage wiring from the outdoor unit, to the
indoor unit, and to the thermostat.
NOTE: The use of color coded low voltage
wire is recommended to simplify connections
between the outdoor unit, the control, and the
indoor unit.
NOTE: The maximum total cable length for the
entire comfort control communicating system is
500 ft. 18 AWG.
Table 11.1
ComfortLinkTM II Control Wiring
WIRE SIZE
MAX. WIRE LENGTH
18 AWG
250 Ft.
24 VOLTS
WIRE SIZE
MAX. WIRE LENGTH
18 AWG
150 Ft.
16 AWG
225 Ft.
14 AWG
300 Ft.
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11.2 Low Voltage Hook-up Diagrams
Communicating Outdoor Unit
Fully Communicating System
Neatly bundle all low voltage
wires behind the service
valve cover as shown.
TAM8 Communicating
Air Handler
Communicating
Comfort Control
Brown
Y2
Y1 Note 1
O
D - Note 2
D
R
B
B - Blue
Brown
Red
Blue
Blue
Notes:
1. In communicating mode, unused terminals are non-functional. Do not use.
2. “D” is the data line. Installer to select a wire color.
3. If a 3rd party condensate overflow switch is installed, it should be wired in series with R to the thermostat
or connected to the External Switch terminals on the AFC. See External Switch wiring section in the air
handler Installer’s Guide.
4. For 24 VAC Outdoor equipment, accessory BAYCC24VK01A must be ordered separately.
Field wiring
Communicating Outdoor Unit
Fully Communicating System
Neatly bundle all low voltage
wires behind the service
valve cover as shown.
Comm. Variable Speed
Furnace or Air Handler
Communicating
Comfort Control
Note 3
Brown
Red
Blue
Field wiring
R
BK
D - Note 2
D
Y1
Y2
G Note 1
W1
W2
W3
B - Blue
B
O
Brown
Blue
Notes:
1. In communicating mode, unused terminals are non-functional. Do not use.
2. “D” is the data line. Installer to select a wire color.
3. To connect optional devices (such as a float switch), wire in series from indoor unit “R” to Comfort Control “R”.
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Air Conditioner
or Heat Pump - Note 4
TAM7 Air Handler
with 24 Volt Control
Hook-up Diagram
Neatly bundle all low voltage
wires behind the service
valve cover as shown.
Note 5
Black
TAM7 Air Handler
24 Volt
(X2)
Yellow
Comfort Control
X2
W
G
Y1
O
R
B
Y2
Yellow/Red
W3 *
W2
W1
BK
G
Y2
YI (In)
O
R
B
YO (Out)
White
Green
Yellow
Orange
Red
Blue
Brown
Field wiring
W1 - White
Orange
Red
Blue
Y2 - Brown
O - Orange
R - Red
B - Blue
Y1 - Yellow
Note:
1. * For multiple stages of electric heat, jumper W1, W2, and W3 together if comfort control has only one stage of heat.
2. YI and YO connections must be made as shown for freeze protection and internally mounted condensate overflow circuits to
work properly.
3. If a 3rd party condensate overflow switch is installed, it should be wired in series between YO and Y to the outdoor unit.
4. Air conditioner models do not use the Black (X2) or Orange wires from the outdoor unit.
5. For non-communicating applications, use 24 volt harness accessory BAYACHP024A.
TAM7 Air Handler with 24 Volt Control
Hook-up Diagram (Continued)
OUTDOOR
on
HP
1
1
R4
1 2 3 4 5
Control
Board
AC (System)
2 (Compressor)
INDOOR
R NET 1
}
Cool Off Delay
}
R6
CFM/Ton
U1
C22
Torque
D9
L1
C10
C21
C19
C18
C15
C12
R13
R14
Must configure to “ON” for 20 SEER
(2 compressors)
on
R NET 2
R22
1 2 3 4 5
R1
Must configure to “ON” for 20 SEER (2 stages)
2 (Stages)
S1
1
Must configure to “OFF” for heat pump.
} Capacity (Tons)
CFM
S2
+12V
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Air Conditioner or
Heat Pump - Note 6
Communicating Indoor Unit
with 24 Volt Control
Hook-up Diagram
Neatly bundle all low voltage
wires behind the service
valve cover as shown.
Comfort Control
R
Y1
Y2
G
W1
X2
B
O
Red
Yellow
Brown
Green
White
Blue
Orange
Comm. Variable Speed
Furnace or Air Handler - Note 1
R
BK
D
Yellow
Y1
Y2
G
W1
W2
W3
B
O
Note 7
Yellow
Black
Yellow/Red
Brown
Notes:
1. See User Interface setup menu for 24 VAC control mode and cooling CFM options.
2. First stage CFM for 4TTZ0 and 4TWZ0 equals 50%.
3. For furnace+heat pump applications, comfort control must be dual fuel capable or use accessory TAYPLUS103A.
4. W3 terminal may not be present on indoor unit.
5. Comfort Control may not have W2 or W3 terminals.
6. Air conditioner models do not use Black (X2) or Orange wires from the outdoor unit.
7. For non-communicating applications, use 24 volt harness accessory BAYACHP024A.
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Orange
Red
Red
Blue
(X2)
Black
Blue
Orange
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FAULT IDENTIFICATION
A fault condition is indicated by the fault LED
on the control board inside the heat pump
control box.
In normal operation, the status LED will flash
once each second. If the light is flashing more
than once per second or not at all, refer to the
Service Facts for that unit.
FRC_DFT
OUTDOOR CONTROL
BOARD – PIN
IDENTIFICATION
TST
The demand defrost control measures heat
pump outdoor ambient temperature with a sensor located outside the outdoor coil. A second
sensor located on the outdoor coil is used to
measure the coil temperature. The difference
between the ambient and the colder coil temperature is the difference or delta-T measurement. This delta-T measurement is representative of the operating state and relative capacity
of the heat pump system. By measuring the
change in delta-T, we can determine the need
for defrost. The coil sensor also serves to
sense outdoor coil temperature for termination
of the defrost cycle.
TEST_COMMON
11.3 Defrost Control (Heat Pump only)
DEFROST CONTROL CHECKOUT
Normal operation requires:
a. Status LED on board flashing 1 time/second.
b. 12 VDC between D & B in communicating
mode.
PIN IDENTIFICATION
c. 24 VAC between R & B in 24V mode.
1. TEST_COMMON (Shorting any of the
other pins to this pin causes the function
of the other pin to be executed. Leaving
this pin open results in the normal mode of
operation.)
d. Defrost initiation when FRC_DFT pin is
shorted to TEST_COMMON pin.
If a defrost control problem is suspected, refer to
the service information in control box.
2. TST = Test (Shorting TEST_COMMON to
this pin speeds up all defrost board timings.)
3. FRC_DFT = Forced Defrost (Short
TEST_COMMON to this pin for two [2]
seconds to initiate a forced defrost. Remove the short after defrost initiates.)
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Section 12. Electrical - High Voltage
12.1 High Voltage Power Supply
▲! WARNING
LIVE ELECTRICAL COMPONENTS!
During installation, testing, servicing, and
troubleshooting of this product, it may be necessary to work with live electrical components.
Failure to follow all electrical safety precautions when exposed to live electrical components could result in death or serious injury.
The high voltage power supply must agree with
the equipment nameplate.
Power wiring must comply with national, state,
and local codes.
Follow instructions on unit wiring diagram located
on the inside of the control box cover and in the
Service Facts document included with the unit.
12.2 High Voltage Disconnect Switch
Install a separate disconnect switch at the
outdoor unit.
For high voltage connections, flexible electrical conduit is recommended whenever vibration transmission may create a noise problem
within the structure.
12.3 High Voltage Ground
Ground the outdoor unit per national, state, and
local code requirements.
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Section 13. Start Up
13.1 System Start Up
STEP 1 - Ensure Sections 7 through 12 have
been completed.
STEP 2 - Set System Thermostat to OFF.
OFF
DONE
CANCEL
STEP 3 - Turn on disconnect(s) to apply power
to the indoor and outdoor units.
ON
OFF
STEP 4 - Wait one (1) hour before starting the
unit if compressor crankcase heater accessory is used and the Outdoor Ambient is below
70ºF.
60 MIN.
STEP 5 - Set system thermostat to ON.
ON
DONE
CANCEL
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Section 14. System Charge Adjustment
14.1 Temperature Measurements
STEP 1 - Check the outdoor temperatures.
Subcooling (in cooling mode) is the only recommended method of charging above 55º F ambient outdoor temperature. See Section 14.2.
120º F
See Section 14.2 for
Outdoor
Temperatures
Above 55º F
55º F
Outdoor Temp 1
For outdoor temperatures below 55º F, follow
the Superheat charging instructions (in heating
mode). See Section 14.6.
NOTE: It is important to return in the spring or
summer to accurately charge the system in the
cooling mode with outdoor ambient temperature
below 55ºF.
See Section 14.6 for
Outdoor
Temperatures
Below 55º F
55º F
Outdoor Temp 2
For best results the indoor temperature should
be kept between 70º F to 80º F.
80º F
70º F
Indoor Temp
14.2 Subcooling Charging in Cooling (Above 55º F Outdoor Temp.)
STEP 1 - Use the refrigerant line total length
and lift measurements from Section 5.3.
Total Line Length = __________ Ft.
Vertical Change (Lift) = __________ Ft.
LIFT
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STEP 2 - Using the total Line Length and Lift measured in STEP 1 and the subcool charging table corrections below,
determine the Dip Switch position for your model.
SUBCOOL CHARGING TABLE CORRECTIONS FOR LINE LENGTH AND RISE
TABLE B
REFRIGERANT LINE LIFT (FEET)
REFRIGERANT LINE LIFT (FEET)
TABLE A
All other approved, matched systems.
Max Lift
25
20
15
Dip Switch 2-ON
10
0
Dip Switch 1-ON
4TEE3_03 Air Handler Downflow & Horizontal Left Only
These
matches
ONLY
4TXCB003 Coil Downflow & Horizontal Right Only
4TXCC006 Coil Downflow & Horizontal Right Only
Max Lift
25
20
15
Dip Switch 3-ON
10
0
10
20
25
30
40
60
80
TOTAL REFRIGERANT LINE LENGTH (FEET)
10
20
25
30
40
60
80
TOTAL REFRIGERANT LINE LENGTH (FEET)
SUBCOOL CHARGING TABLE CORRECTIONS FOR LINE LENGTH AND RISE
TABLE B
REFRIGERANT LINE LIFT (FEET)
REFRIGERANT LINE LIFT (FEET)
TABLE A
All other approved, matched systems.
Max Lift
25
20
15
Dip Switch 3-ON
10
0
Dip Switch 2-ON
4TEE3_06 Air Handler
4TXCC008 Coil
4TXCD010 Coil
These matches ONLY
Max Lift
25
20
15
Dip Switch 1-ON
10
0
10
20
25
30
40
60
80
TOTAL REFRIGERANT LINE LENGTH (FEET)
10
20
25
30
40
60
80
TOTAL REFRIGERANT LINE LENGTH (FEET)
All other approved, matched systems.
Max Lift
25
20
15
MIDDLE
Dip Switch 2-ON
10
0
UPPER
Dip Switch 3-ON
LOWER
Dip Switch 1-ON
REFRIGERANT LINE LIFT (FEET)
SUBCOOL CHARGING TABLE CORRECTIONS FOR LINE LENGTH AND RISE
REFRIGERANT LINE LIFT (FEET)
5-TON HP MODELS ONLY
4-TON HP MODEL ONLY
2-TON HP MODEL ONLY
SUBCOOL CHARGING TABLE CORRECTIONS
4TEE3_10 Downflow & Horizontal Left Only
Max Lift
25
20
15
Dip Switch 3-ON
10
0
10
20
25
30
40
60
80
TOTAL REFRIGERANT LINE LENGTH (FEET)
10
20
25
30
40
60
80
TOTAL REFRIGERANT LINE LENGTH (FEET)
REFRIGERANT
LINE LIFT (FEET)
3-TON HP MODELS
AND
ALL AC MODELS
SUBCOOL CHARGING TABLE CORRECTIONS FOR LINE LENGTH AND RISE
All approved, matched systems.
25
20
15
10
0
Max Lift
UPPER
LOWER
Dip Switch 2-ON
Dip Switch 1-ON
10
Dip Switch 3-ON
MIDDLE
20
25
30
40
60
80
TOTAL REFRIGERANT LINE LENGTH (FEET)
Dip Switch setting from Subcool Charging Table Corrections = __________
Set Dip Switch on the Charge AssistTM control board.
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14.3 Determine the charge adjustment procedure
Final refrigerant charge adjustment is necessary. Choose the appropriate method below.
•
•
Charge AssistTM procedure in Section 14.4
Manual charging procedure in Section 14.5
14.4 Charge AssistTM Procedure
NOTE: Outdoor Temperature (ODT) must be
between 55°F and 120°F. See Section 14.1
OUTDOOR CONTROL BOARD –
CHARGE ASSIST™
IMPORTANT: Be sure to set Dip Switches on
the Outdoor Control Board for Line Length and
Lift before entering Charge Assist™ Mode. See
Section 14.2
STEP 1 - To enter Charge Assist™ Mode, press
the MODE button for at least one (1) second.
The on-board LEDs will indicate if the system is
capable of continuing. For a detailed description
of on-board LEDs and their function, see the
Service Facts.
The system will take approximately 12-20
minutes to stabilize before the charge can be
checked by Charge Assist™. Once the system
is stabilized, watch to see which LED turns
on next. If the system charge is correct, the
“CHARGED” LED will turn on and remain on for
one (1) hour. Once charged, the system will exit
Charge Assist™ and control will return to the
Comfort Control.
STEP 2 - If the system charge is low, the “ADD”
LED will turn on and stay on up to one (1) hour
or until enough refrigerant is added to reach the
required system charge level and turn on the
“CHARGED” LED.
When the “ADD” LED is on, the charging solenoid output will be active. This feature works to
automatically control refrigerant flow with BAYCAKT001.
CHARGE ASSIST™ PORT
STEP 3 - If the system charge is high, the “REC”
LED will turn on and the unit will exit Charge
Assist™. You must recover refrigerant from the
system before re-entering Charge Assist™.
For instructions on the Charge Assist™ tool
BAYCAKT001, see the Installer’s Guide
18-HH15D1-* (the position of the * denotes the
latest revision number).
NOTE: Charge Assist™ port is designed for liquid refrigerant charging.
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14.5 Manual Charging Procedure in Cooling between 55°F and 120°F OD Ambient
NOTE: Outdoor Temperature (ODT) must be
between 55°F and 120°F. See Section 14.1
IMPORTANT: Be sure to set Dip Switches on
the Outdoor Control Board for Line Length and
Lift. Use the corresponding charge chart and
dip switch column in Section 14.2 to determine
desired liquid pressure when using the manual
charging procedure.
STEP 1 - Stabilize the system by operating for a
minimum of 20 minutes.
At startup, or whenever charge is removed or
added, the system must be operated for a minimum of 20 minutes to stabilize before accurate
measurements can be made.
20 MIN.
STEP 2 - Measure the liquid line temperature
and pressure at the outdoor unit’s service valve.
Measured Liquid Line Temp = __________ º F
Liquid Gage Pressure = __________ PSIG
107 °F
Dip Switch setting from 14.2 Step 2 __________
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Use the liquid line temperature and liquid line
gage pressure from Step 2, along with the Dip
Switch setting column, to determine the proper
Liquid Gage Pressure.
STEP 3 - Find the appropriate refrigerant charging chart on the following page for your system
type and tonnage.
STEP 4 - Locate your liquid line temperature in
the left column of the table and the intersecting
liquid line gage pressure under the DIPSWITCH
selection column.
Example:
• A 3 ton AC is installed with line length of 30
feet and a line lift of 15 feet.
• The Dip Switch setting is 2-ON.
• The measured liquid line temperature is
85°F and the Liquid Gage Pressure is 299
PSIG.
3 TON AC R410A REFRIGERANT CHARGING CHART
LIQUID GAGE PRESSURE (PSIG)
ONLY DIPSWITCH ONLY DIPSWITCH ONLY DIPSWITCH
1 ON
2 ON
3 ON
Liquid
Temp (°F)
55
60
65
70
75
80
85
90
95
100
105
110
115
120
125
LOWER *
MIDDLE
UPPER
186
186
190
202
202
206
219
219
222
237
237
240
256
256
260
277
277
280
299
299
302
322
322
325
346
346
350
371
371
375
397
397
402
425
425
430
454
454
460
484
484
491
515
515
523
* Data is based on 10.5° of subcooling at a 95° ambient
PRINTED FROM D155861P02 REV 2
Example
299 PSIG is shown as the intersection of the
Dip Switch ON column and the 85°F Liquid
Temperature row.
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2 TON HP R410A REFRIGERANT CHARGING CHART
2 TON AC R410A REFRIGERANT CHARGING CHART
LIQUID GAGE PRESSURE (PSIG)
ONLY DIPSWITCH ONLY DIPSWITCH ONLY DIPSWITCH
1 ON
2 ON
3 ON
LIQUID GAGE PRESSURE (PSIG)
2 Ton AC
ONLY DIPSWITCH ONLY DIPSWITCH ONLY DIPSWITCH
1 ON
2 ON
3 ON
Liquid
Temp (°F)
55
60
65
70
75
80
85
90
95
100
105
110
115
120
125
LOWER *
MIDDLE
UPPER
2 Ton HP
191
196
197
205
210
212
221
226
227
237
243
244
255
261
263
274
281
283
295
302
305
316
325
328
339
349
352
364
374
378
390
401
406
417
430
435
445
460
465
475
491
497
505
524
530
* Data is based on 10.1° of subcooling at a 95° ambient
PRINTED FROM D155861P01 REV 2
3 Ton AC
Liquid
Temp (°F)
55
60
65
70
75
80
85
90
95
100
105
110
115
120
125
LOWER *
MIDDLE
UPPER
3 Ton HP
Liquid
Temp (°F)
55
60
65
70
75
80
85
90
95
100
105
110
115
120
125
LOWER *
MIDDLE
4 Ton HP
UPPER
5 TON AC R410A REFRIGERANT CHARGING CHART
5 Ton AC
Liquid
Temp (°F)
55
60
65
70
75
80
85
90
95
100
105
110
115
120
125
LOWER *
MIDDLE
UPPER
191
197
201
207
213
218
224
231
236
242
249
255
261
268
275
281
289
296
302
310
318
324
333
342
347
356
366
372
381
392
397
407
418
423
434
446
451
462
474
479
491
504
509
521
535
* Data is based on 11.2° of subcooling at a 95° ambient
PRINTED FROM D155861P04 REV 2
LIQUID GAGE PRESSURE (PSIG)
ONLY DIPSWITCH ONLY DIPSWITCH ONLY DIPSWITCH
1 ON **
2 ON
3 ON
Liquid
Temp (°F)
55
60
65
70
75
80
85
90
95
100
105
110
115
120
125
LOWER *
MIDDLE
UPPER
LIQUID GAGE PRESSURE (PSIG)
ONLY DIPSWITCH ONLY DIPSWITCH ONLY DIPSWITCH
1 ON
2 ON
3 ON
Liquid
Temp (°F)
55
60
65
70
75
80
85
90
95
100
105
110
115
120
125
SEE TABLE B **
SEE TABLE A *
SEE TABLE A
202
204
206
217
220
223
234
238
240
251
256
259
270
277
280
290
298
301
312
321
325
334
345
349
358
370
375
383
397
403
409
425
432
436
454
462
465
485
494
494
516
527
525
550
562
* Data is based on 15.9° of subcooling at a 95° ambient
** Data is based on 13.5° of subcooling at a 95° ambient
** With AM7 or AM8: Dip switch 1 = 13° of subcooling at 95° ambient
PRINTED FROM D155859P03 REV 4
200
203
208
217
221
225
235
239
243
254
258
263
274
279
284
295
301
306
318
323
329
341
347
354
366
372
379
392
398
406
418
426
434
446
454
464
475
483
495
506
514
526
537
545
560
* Data is based on 15.0° of subcooling at a 95° ambient
** With AM7 or AM8: Dip Switch 1 = 13° subcooling at a 95° ambient
PRINTED FROM D155861P03 REV 2
LIQUID GAGE PRESSURE (PSIG)
ONLY DIPSWITCH ONLY DIPSWITCH ONLY DIPSWITCH
1 ON
2 ON
3 ON
SEE TABLE B
4 TON HP R410A REFRIGERANT CHARGING CHART
4 TON AC R410A REFRIGERANT CHARGING CHART
4 Ton AC
SEE TABLE A
192
199
210
206
213
227
221
229
245
238
246
264
256
264
284
275
284
306
295
305
329
316
327
354
339
350
380
363
374
407
388
400
435
415
427
465
443
456
497
471
485
529
502
516
563
* Data is based on 9.5° of subcooling at a 95° ambient
** Data is based on 18.0° of subcooling at a 95° ambient
PRINTED FROM D155859P01 REV 4
194
195
199
208
210
215
224
227
232
242
246
250
260
265
270
280
286
291
301
308
313
324
331
337
348
356
362
373
382
388
399
409
416
427
438
445
456
467
475
486
498
507
517
531
540
* Data is based on 11.5° of subcooling at a 95° ambient
** With AM7 or AM8: Dip switch 1 = 10° of subcooling at 95° ambient
PRINTED FROM D155859P02 REV 4
186
186
190
202
202
206
219
219
222
237
237
240
256
256
260
277
277
280
299
299
302
322
322
325
346
346
350
371
371
375
397
397
402
425
425
430
454
454
460
484
484
491
515
515
523
* Data is based on 10.5° of subcooling at a 95° ambient
** With AM7 or AM8: Dip switch 1 = 11° of subcooling at 95° ambient
PRINTED FROM D155861P02 REV 2
LIQUID GAGE PRESSURE (PSIG)
ONLY DIPSWITCH ONLY DIPSWITCH ONLY DIPSWITCH
1 ON **
2 ON
3 ON
SEE TABLE A *
3 TON HP R410A REFRIGERANT CHARGING CHART
3 TON AC R410A REFRIGERANT CHARGING CHART
LIQUID GAGE PRESSURE (PSIG)
ONLY DIPSWITCH ONLY DIPSWITCH ONLY DIPSWITCH
1 ON **
2 ON
3 ON
Liquid
Temp (°F)
55
60
65
70
75
80
85
90
95
100
105
110
115
120
125
5 TON HP R410A REFRIGERANT CHARGING CHART
5 Ton HP
LIQUID GAGE PRESSURE (PSIG)
ONLY DIPSWITCH ONLY DIPSWITCH ONLY DIPSWITCH
1 ON
2 ON
3 ON
UPPER & 4TEE3_10
LOWER *
MIDDLE
DOWNFLOW & HORIZ.
Liquid
LEFT **
Temp (°F)
55
208
208
210
60
225
225
227
65
242
242
245
70
260
260
264
75
280
280
284
80
300
300
305
85
322
322
327
90
345
345
350
95
369
369
374
100
394
394
400
105
420
420
426
110
447
447
454
115
476
476
483
120
505
505
513
125
536
536
544
* Data is based on 14.8° of subcooling at a 95° ambient
** Data is based on 16.7° of subcooling at a 95° ambient
PRINTED FROM D155859P04 REV 4
Note: See page 20 for subcool charging correction tables A and B
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STEP 5 - Adjust refrigerant level to attain
proper gage pressure.
Add refrigerant if the Liquid Gage Pressure
is lower than the chart value.
1. Connect gages to refrigerant bottle
and unit as illustrated.
2. Purge all hoses.
3. Open bottle.
4. Stop adding refrigerant when liquid
line temperature and Liquid Gage
Pressure matches the charging
chart.
Recover refrigerant if the Liquid Gage Pressure is higher than the chart value.
STEP 6 - Stabilize the system.
1. Wait 20 minutes for the system condition to stabilize between adjustments.
20 MIN.
NOTE: When the Liquid Line Temperature and
Gage Pressure approximately match the chart,
the system is properly charged.
2. Remove gages.
3. Replace service port caps to prevent
leaks. Tighten finger tight plus an additional 1/6 turn.
STEP 7 - Verify typical performance.
(Example
only - see Service Facts)
PRESSURE CURVES FOR 4TWX5049E1000B
4TEE3F49C1
4TEE3F49C1
Cooling @ 1450 SCFM
Refer to System Pressure Curves in the Service
Facts to verify typical performance.
DISCHARGE PRESSURE (PSIG)
550
Heating @ 1350 SCFM
500
INDOOR ENTERING
WET BULB CURVES
TOP TO BOTTOM
71, 67, 63 AND 59 DEG F.
500
(2)
450
INDOOR ENTERING
DRY BULB CURVES
TOP TO BOTTOM
80, 70, AND 60 DEG F.
450
400
400
350
350
(4)
(3)
300
300
250
250
(1)
200
40
60
80
200
100
-5
120
5
15
25
35
45
55
25
35
45
55
65
OUTDOOR TEMPERATURE (Degree F)
170
SUCTION PRESSURE (PSIG)
165
160
140
INDOOR ENTERING
WET BULB CURVES
TOP TO BOTTOM
71, 67, 63 AND 59 DEG F.
150
145
120
110
100
(5)
140
INDOOR ENTERING
DRY BULB CURVES
TOP TO BOTTOM
80, 70, AND 60 DEG F.
130
(2)
155
(3)
90
135
80
130
70
60
125
50
120
115
40
(1)
110
40
60
80
30
100
120
-5
5
15
65
OUTDOOR TEMPERATURE (Degree F)
COOLING PERFORMANCE CAN BE CHECKED WHEN THE OUTDOOR TEMP IS ABOVE 65 DEG F.
TO CHECK COOLING PERFORMANCE, SELECT THE PROPER INDOOR CFM, ALLOW PRESSURES TO STABILIZE. MEASURE INDOOR WET BULB
TEMPERATURE, OUTDOOR TEMPERATURE, DISCHARGE AND SUCTION PRESSURES. ON THE PLOTS LOCATE OUTDOOR TEMPERATURE (1);
LOCATE INDOOR WET BULB (2); FIND INTERSECTION OF OD TEMP. & ID W.B. (3); READ DISCHARGE OR SUCTION PRESSURE IN LEFT
COLUMN (4).
EXAMPLE: (1) OUTDOOR TEMP. 82 F.
(2) INDOOR WET BULB 67 F.
(3) AT INTERSECTION
(4) DISCHARGE PRESSURE @ 1450 CFM IS 323 PSIG
(5) SUCTION PRESSURE @ 1450 CFM IS 140 PSIG
ACTUAL:
DISCHARGE PRESSURE SHOULD BE +/- 10 PSI OF CHART
SUCTION PRESSURE SHOULD BE +/- 3 PSIG OF CHART
INTERCONNECTING LINES
GAS - 7/8" O.D.
LIQUID - 3/8" O.D.
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STEP 8 - Record System Information for reference.
Record system pressures and temperatures after
charging is complete.
Outdoor model number = _________________
Measured Suction Line Temp = __________ º F
Measured Outdoor Ambient = __________ º F
Liquid Gage Pressure = __________ PSIG
Measured Indoor Ambient = __________ º F
Suction Gage Pressure = __________ PSIG
Measured Liquid Line Temp = __________ º F
Dip Switch Selection = _____________
14.6 Subcooling Charging Below 55º F Outdoor Temp. (In Heating Only)
STEP 1 - Check the outdoor temperature. If
the ODT is less than 55º F, follow these charging instructions for the heating mode of operation. For temperatures above 55º F, see Section 14.1.
NOTE: It is important to return in the spring
or summer to accurately charge the system in
the cooling mode with outdoor ambient above
55ºF.
80º F
70º F
55º F
Outdoor Temp
Indoor Temp
For best results the indoor temperature should
be kept between 70º F and 80º F. See the
Indoor Temp illustration. Add system heat if
needed.
STEP 2 - Stabilize the system by operating in
the heating mode for a minimum of 20 minutes.
Important: Whenever charge is added or removed, the system must run for a minimum of
20 minutes before accurate measurements can
be made.
20 MIN.
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36 °F
STEP 3 - Measure the suction line pressure and
temperature at the “true” suction line and record
the values below.
NOTE: the side service panel will need to be
removed to gain access to this area.
Attach temperature probe and the gage as
shown. Ensure the probe is securely attached
and well insulated.
Measured
Suction Line Temperature = __________º F
Measured
Suction Line Pressure = __________º F
Compare these values to the 15 degree superheat chart in Table 13.2.
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STEP 4 - Use the measured values from Step 3
to determine a target superheat of 15 degrees.
Example: Assume a suction pressure of 81
PSIG and a suction temperature of 36º F.
When the suction temperature is in line with
the suction gage pressure, the target superheat
value will be 15 degrees. (Example values highlighted in Table 13.2)
Table 13.2
15 degree Superheat Chart
Suction Line
Temp
Suction Gage
Pressure
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
34
36
38
40
42
44
46
48
50
52
54
56
58
60
62
64
70
42
44
47
50
52
55
58
61
64
67
70
74
77
81
84
88
92
96
100
104
108
112
117
121
126
131
136
141
157
STEP 5 - Adjust refrigerant level to attain 15
degrees of superheat.
Add refrigerant if the suction line temperature
is above the value that is in line with the measured suction gage pressure.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Connect gages as shown in Step 3.
Purge all hoses.
Open bottle.
Stop adding refrigerant when the suction line temperature is in line with the
measured suction line pressure in Table
13.2.
Recover refrigerant if the suction line temperature is lower than the temperature that is in line
with the system’s suction pressure.
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STEP 6 - Stabilization and completion.
1. Wait 20 minutes for the system condition to stabilize between adjustments.
20 MIN.
NOTE: When the suction temperature is in line
with the suction gage pressure, the target superheat value will be 15 degrees.
2. Remove gages.
3. Replace service port caps to prevent
leaks. Tighten finger tight plus an additional 1/6 turn.
STEP 7 - Target 10–15 degrees of subcooling
using Section 14.1 as a guide.
NOTE: It is important to return in the spring or
summer to accurately charge the system in the
cooling mode with outdoor ambient above 55ºF.
STEP 8 - Verify typical performance.
(Example only - see Service Facts)
PRESSURE CURVES FOR 4TWX5049E1000B
550
DISCHARGE PRESSURE (PSIG)
Refer to System Pressure Curves in the Service
Facts to verify typical performance.
4TEE3F49C1
4TEE3F49C1
Cooling @ 1450 SCFM
Heating @ 1350 SCFM
500
INDOOR ENTERING
WET BULB CURVES
TOP TO BOTTOM
71, 67, 63 AND 59 DEG F.
500
(2)
450
INDOOR ENTERING
DRY BULB CURVES
TOP TO BOTTOM
80, 70, AND 60 DEG F.
450
400
400
350
350
(4)
(3)
300
300
250
250
(1)
200
40
60
80
200
100
-5
120
5
15
25
35
45
55
25
35
45
55
65
OUTDOOR TEMPERATURE (Degree F)
170
SUCTION PRESSURE (PSIG)
165
160
140
INDOOR ENTERING
WET BULB CURVES
TOP TO BOTTOM
71, 67, 63 AND 59 DEG F.
(2)
155
150
145
120
110
100
(5)
140
INDOOR ENTERING
DRY BULB CURVES
TOP TO BOTTOM
80, 70, AND 60 DEG F.
130
(3)
90
135
80
130
70
60
125
50
120
115
40
(1)
110
40
60
80
30
100
120
-5
5
15
65
OUTDOOR TEMPERATURE (Degree F)
COOLING PERFORMANCE CAN BE CHECKED WHEN THE OUTDOOR TEMP IS ABOVE 65 DEG F.
TO CHECK COOLING PERFORMANCE, SELECT THE PROPER INDOOR CFM, ALLOW PRESSURES TO STABILIZE. MEASURE INDOOR WET BULB
TEMPERATURE, OUTDOOR TEMPERATURE, DISCHARGE AND SUCTION PRESSURES. ON THE PLOTS LOCATE OUTDOOR TEMPERATURE (1);
LOCATE INDOOR WET BULB (2); FIND INTERSECTION OF OD TEMP. & ID W.B. (3); READ DISCHARGE OR SUCTION PRESSURE IN LEFT
COLUMN (4).
EXAMPLE: (1) OUTDOOR TEMP. 82 F.
(2) INDOOR WET BULB 67 F.
(3) AT INTERSECTION
(4) DISCHARGE PRESSURE @ 1450 CFM IS 323 PSIG
(5) SUCTION PRESSURE @ 1450 CFM IS 140 PSIG
ACTUAL:
DISCHARGE PRESSURE SHOULD BE +/- 10 PSI OF CHART
SUCTION PRESSURE SHOULD BE +/- 3 PSIG OF CHART
INTERCONNECTING LINES
GAS - 7/8" O.D.
LIQUID - 3/8" O.D.
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Section 15. Checkout Procedures and Troubleshooting
15.1 Operational And Checkout Procedures
Final phases of this installation are the unit Operational and Checkout Procedures. To obtain proper performance, all units
must be operated and charge adjustments made.
Important: Perform a final unit inspection to be sure that factory tubing has not shifted during shipment. Adjust tubing if necessary so tubes do not rub against each other when the unit runs. Also be sure that wiring connections are tight and properly
secured.
Electric heaters, if used, are to be installed in the air handling device according to the instructions accompanying the air
handler and the heaters.
IMPORTANT: See Limited Warranty information in Use and Care Manual.
CHECKOUT PROCEDURE
After installation has been completed, it is recommended that the entire system be checked against the following list:
1. Leak check refrigerant lines. ......................................... [ ]
2. Properly insulate suction lines and fittings..................... [ ]
3. Properly secure and isolate all refrigerant lines............. [ ]
4. Seal passages through masonry.
If mortar is used, prevent mortar from coming
into direct contact with copper tubing............................ [ ]
5. Verify that all electrical connections are tight................. [ ]
6. Observe outdoor fan during on cycle for clearance
and smooth operation.................................................... [ ]
7. Be sure that indoor coil drain line drains freely. Pour water
into drain pan................................................................. [ ]
8. Be sure that supply registers and return grilles are open
and unobstructed........................................................... [ ]
9. Be sure that a return air filter is installed....................... [ ]
10. Be sure that the correct airflow setting is used.
(Indoor blower motor).................................................... [ ]
11. Operate complete system in each mode to
ensure safe operation.................................................... [ ]
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15.2 Troubleshooting
.
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REFRIGERANT CIRCUIT
Head Pressure Too High
Head Pressure Too Low
Suction Pressure Too High
Suction Pressure Too Low
Liquid Refrig. Floodback (TXV/EEV)
Liquid Refrig. Floodback
(Cap. Tube)
I.D. Coil Frosting
Compressor Runs
Inadequate or No Cooling/Htg
ELECTRICAL
Compressor & O.D. Fan
Won’t Start
Compressor Will Not Start
But O.D. Fan Runs
O.D. Fan Won’t Start
Compressor Hums But Won’t Start
Compressor Cycles on IOL
I.D. Blower Won’t Start
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DEFROST
Unit Won’t Initiate Defrost
Defrost Terminates on Time
Unit Icing Up
C - Cooling
H - Heating
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6200 Troup Highway
Tyler, TX 75707
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The manufacturer has a policy of continuous product and product data improvement
and it reserves the right to change design and specifications without notice.
Representative-only illustrations included in this document.
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09/11
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