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Owner’s Manual
Durango Window Cooler
Model WEAC628
Please keep this important manual in a safe place. It is the owner’s responsibility to
ensure that regular maintenance is carried out on this evaporative cooling product.
Failure to do so will void all guarantees beyond statutory and legal requirements.
BONAIRE DURANGO WINDOW COOLER
General Information
Thank you for purchasing a quality Bonaire Evaporative Cooler. We care about your safety
and would ask you to spend a few minutes reading these simple instructions before installing
or operating this product.
Safety!
Read carefully all of these instructions prior to installing
and operating the unit.
•
Read and Save these Instructions. Do not throw these Instructions away.
•
Complete the unit assembly before attempting to install, refer
to page 7.
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Installation of this cooler in any manner not prescribed by these instructions could
cause a safety issue and WILL void any warranty.
•
Use only with a 240V 50Hz single phase grounded outlet.
•
Unplug the cooler and position the rotary control knob to the 0 position when installing,
servicing or cleaning.
•
Do not operate cooler with Rear Filter Panel removed.
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Do not operate cooler with a damaged cord, plug or other component.
•
Do not run the power cord under carpet or other floor covering.
•
Do not use the power cord with an adaptor plug that converts the 3 pin plug into a 2
prong connector.
•
Do not use the cooler with an improperly grounded outlet.
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Do not alter or modify this cooler.
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Do not allow children to install, operate or service this cooler.
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WARNING: To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not use this product with any
solid state speed control device.
•
Use only qualified electricians for replacement or servicing of switches, or electrical
motors and components in this cooler.
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This Window Mounted Cooler is suitable for installation in windows (either sash hung
or sliding) with a minimum opening width of 560mm (22”) and height of 560mm (22”).
Please ensure that the directions for correct mounting are adhered to for the SAFE
operation of this Cooler.
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Ensure there is a minimum 100mm (4”) clearance above the external cabinet for
maintenance purposes.
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General Information
Important Notes:
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TEXT AND ILLUSTRATION COPYRIGHT CLIMATE TECHNOLOGIES 2008
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All rights reserved. No part of this document may be reproduced or transmitted in any
form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopying, recording or by
any information storage and retrieval system, without prior permission in writing from
Climate Technologies.
•
Climate Technologies is constantly researching and developing improved product
features and therefore reserves the right to change the specifications without
notice. E. & O.E.
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Table of Contents
Introduction................................................................................................................. 5
Operation Instructions ............................................................................................... 5
GENERAL .................................................................................................................................5
Introduction ..........................................................................................................................5
Unit Internal View ................................................................................................................5
Unit Operation .....................................................................................................................6
Bleed Off .............................................................................................................................6
COOLER OPERATION.................................................................................................................7
Before Starting ....................................................................................................................7
Operating the unit ................................................................................................................7
Installation................................................................................................................... 8
INSTALLATION REQUIREMENTS ..................................................................................................8
UNPACKING THE UNIT ...............................................................................................................8
INSTALLATION ...........................................................................................................................9
Internal Fixing of the Unit ....................................................................................................9
External Fixing of the Unit .................................................................................................10
Water Connection ..............................................................................................................11
Commissioning ..................................................................................................................11
Maintenance ...............................................................................................................12
GENERAL ...............................................................................................................................13
Filter Pads .........................................................................................................................13
Water Tank ........................................................................................................................13
Water Distributor ...............................................................................................................13
Water Level / Float Valve ..................................................................................................13
Motor and Fan ...................................................................................................................13
Bleed Off ...........................................................................................................................14
ELECTRICAL ...........................................................................................................................14
MAINTENANCE PLANNER .........................................................................................................15
Parts List ....................................................................................................................16
Problem Solving ........................................................................................................17
Optional Extras ..........................................................................................................18
Warranty .....................................................................................................................19
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Operation Instructions
Introduction
Operation Instructions
GENERAL
Introduction
Your evaporative air conditioner is engineered to meet the rigors of harsh environments. Used
and maintained in accordance with this manual, it will provide you with years of quiet, cool and
environmentally friendly operation. Please take the time to read this manual.
The principal of your unit is to introduce fresh air, which is washed through the filter pads to
provide cool fresh air. The warm stale air within the room is forced out by the cool air through
open doors or windows.
Unit Internal View
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Operation Instructions
Unit Operation
It is essential for successful operation of the evaporative cooler that there be sufficient free air
openings in the room to be cooled – approximately 0.5m². Open doors and windows will
usually provide this as per the diagrams below.
Please Note:- It is important for good ventilation that doors or windows are not open on the
windward side of the house.
Bleed Off
The bleed off rate is factory preset and is not adjustable without direction of
the manufacturer. It is critical to the life of the product that the bleed off
function is not restricted in any way as this may void unit warranty and will
cause damage to your filters and cooler.
The function of the bleed off must be inspected by the owner on a regular
basis to ensure the bleed off continuously flows when the unit is operating
in “COOL” mode.
All evaporative coolers require water bleed-off to prevent build-up
of mineral deposits as the result of the evaporative cooling
process. This will maximize the life of the premium CELdek® filter
pads and minimize mineral deposits inside the cooler. The bleedoff function only operates in COOL mode (when the water pump
operates).
Should water supply contain high levels of total dissolved solids
(greater than 300 p.p.m.), increase the bleed rate. See page 14.
This bleed water can be used in gardens or diverted to drains
using standard garden hose and fittings from your local hardware
store.
Please Note: - Any additional pipe work fitted to the bleed off by the owner must slope away
from the unit in a down hill manner.
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Operation Instructions
COOLER OPERATION
Before Starting
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Always ensure that there is another open window or door through which the air can
exhaust to other parts of the house. Refer page 5 correct operation and ventilation.
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Ensure that the filters are kept clean.
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Ensure that the water to the cooler is turned on.
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Ensure the plug is connected to a 240V 50Hz single phase grounded appliance socket
on the inside of the house and turned on.
•
IMPORTANT. After the first 10 hours of operation in COOL mode, the water must
be drained from the unit water tank to remove any new product residuals. This
process must be repeated after a further 10 hours of COOL mode operation. (See
page 13 for removing the over flow pipe.)
Operating the unit
The Durango window cooler can be operated in either of 2 modes, COOL or FAN.
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COOL Mode.
Move control knob to “COOL” side. Select
desired fan speed
1 - Sleep Mode
2 - Normal Operation
Max - Quick Cool down
The unit will now operate with the fan
motor and water pump activated.
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FAN Mode
Move the control knob to the “FAN” side
(pump isolated). Select desired fan speed
1 - Sleep Mode
2 - Normal Operation
Max - Quick Cool down
The unit will now operate with the fan motor
only activated.
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To turn the unit off, rotate the control knob to
the O position
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Installation
Installation
INSTALLATION REQUIREMENTS
Tools
Materials Required (Not supplied)
-
Drill (Power or Cordless)
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Adjustable Wrench.
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Phillips Head Screw Driver
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Drill bits for drilling pilot holes into
window frame. 1/8" (3.2mm) drill or
appropriate for size of screw used.
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¾” Philips Head Screws for affixing
Window Infill Panel
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Silicone for sealing Window Infill
Panel
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Copper or plastic high pressure
water pipe for mains water supply.
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840mm (33”) of suitable spacer
material (if required)
UNPACKING THE UNIT
Warning
When you receive your unit the fan assembly will be partially located inside the
wet section of the product.
Before installing the product in the window the telescopic section of the
unit MUST be fixed in place.
Step 1
Pull the fan assembly out of the unit by
approximately 6” (150mm) until it hits
the wet box wall.
Step 2
Fix the fan assembly into place using
the 12 pozi-drive screws supplied.
Ensure the screws are done up tight so
there is no vibration between the fan
housing and the wet box.
The unit is now ready for installing into your
window.
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Installation
INSTALLATION
Note that it is not necessary to remove the Rear Filter Panel from the unit
for installation.
Do not connect the power to the cooler until the installation is complete.
Internal Fixing of the Unit
•
IT IS MANDATORY THAT THE METAL FIXING BRACKETS SUPPLIED ARE FITTED
TO ENSURE A SECURE INSTALLATION.
Utilise the 2 fixing brackets and 4 screws provided as shown in the diagram to ensure the
unit is adequately locked into position.
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•
•
•
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Ensure that the bracket is aligned within the indicated mounting track area on the
underside of the fan housing – see diagram below. Drill 2x1/8” (3.2mm) holes and insert
screws into unit as per diagram and repeat for window frame with appropriate screws.
Ensure that the cooler is now fixed rigidly to the house structure
Close window against unit.
Measure the gap of the opening &
cut the in-fill panel to fit in the gap
left.
Fit in fill panel with screws (length
of screws must not exceed 25mm
(1”) in length) and seal any gaps
with silicone.
Check that the unit is still level
using spirit level on top edge of
Rear Filter Panel.
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Installation
External Fixing of the Unit
•
Ensure that the location chosen to mount the cooler is strong enough to support the
operating weight of the unit. The unit’s nominal operating weight is 42 kg.
•
Ensure that the window opening is large enough for the neck of the cooler (nominally
550mm high by 550mm wide).
•
Ensure there is a minimum 100mm (4”) clearance above the external cabinet for
maintenance purposes.
•
Position the cooler through the window (two or more people will be required for this) so
that the unit is hard up against the outside wall of the house.
Note that if the cooler does
not fit hard up against the
outside wall (e.g. a
protruding timber or brick
window sill), utilise a spacer
block of wood (not
provided) which must be
attached to the wall (the
unit is then fixed to this
wood).
•
Ensure there is a 100mm (4”) clearance above the unit so the rear panel can be
remove for service
•
Ensure that the unit is installed level in the vertical and horizontal positions as
illustrated, prior to fixing the cooler.
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Installation
•
Use the two ‘Wallmate’ screws provided to fix the cooler to the outside of the house if a
‘stucco-type’ wall is being used. (Note that if the unit is not hard up against the wall,
these fixing screws will go into the spacer block all ready installed).
•
For solid walls, brick or masonry, use suitable masonry lag anchors.
•
Place the unit in position, mark screw positions, remove unit then drill pilot holes for
timber walls (1/8” or 3.2mm).
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Replace unit in window, fit screws.
Water Connection
Fit mains water supply line to the float valve installed. The float valve connection is ½”
BSP.
Note: Water connection line to float valve must be flushed before connecting.
The overflow is factory fitted. The bleed hose protruding through the overflow fitting
SHOULD bleed water during normal operation at a rate between 6 – 12 Litres per hour.
This is normal and is designed to preserve the quality of the Cooler and Cooling efficiency
of the Unit. If required this Bleed water can be plumbed away using standard 'over-thecounter' garden hose and fittings.
The float valve is factory set and should require no further adjustment at time of installation
(see page 13 if adjustment is required).
Your cooler is now ready for commissioning.
Commissioning
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Check that another door or window in the room is open to allow air to exhaust to other
parts of the house.
Turn the water supply to the cooler on.
Plug the cooler into a 240V 50Hz single phase grounded appliance socket on the inside of
the house and switch the socket on.
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Turn the unit on to FAN mode and check the operation of the three speed fan.
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Rotate the control knob to COOL mode and operate the three speed fan and pump.
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•
Leaving the unit in the COOL mode, check that a constant small stream of bleed off water
is coming from the overflow tube. This bleed off is designed to reduce mineral build up on
the CELdek® filter pads.
You may notice a wet paper smell as the water circulates around the filter pads. This is
normal during the commissioning phase and at the beginning of each season when the
unit is operated after the winter break. It will only last for a short time.
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Maintenance
Maintenance
ALL MAINTENANCE CAN ONLY BE PERFORMED BY A QUALIFIED
SERVICE PERSON.
Before commencing any maintenance work on your unit, ensure it is
disconnected from the power supply.
Note: It is essential that your evaporative cooler is maintained in accordance with this manual.
Failure to do so will affect the life of the product and reduce the level of efficiency.
THIS MANUAL CONTAINS A 5 YEAR MAINTENANCE PLANNER TO USE IN
CONJUNCTION WITH THESE INSTRUCTIONS. See page 15.
STEP 1
STEP 2
STEP 3
Remove Rear Filter Panel fixing screws (4 off).
Lift the Rear filter
Panel in a vertical
fashion 3” or
75mm.
Pull the Rear Filter
Panel away from
unit.
Step 4 (Optional)
The pump hose will be attached to Rear Filter Panel. Should the hose come off during
removal of Rear Filter Panel or be removed for servicing the filters, care should be taken to
re-attach the hose and snap lock clamp before replacing Rear Filter Panel.
IMPORTANT: The rotation of the snap lock clamp must be correct (see diagram above) to
refit the Rear Filter Panel assembly.
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Maintenance
GENERAL
Filter Pads
Visually check CELdek® pads for damage or blockage. Gently hose down pads from both
sides to remove any build up of salts, dust and pollen. In dusty areas more regular cleaning is
recommended. Check the water distributor, making sure it is clear and free from blockage.
Failure to do so may lead to uneven water distribution and therefore less efficient operation.
Water Tank
It is important to keep the water tank clean and free from sediment and algae growth. Using a
small soft bristle brush, brush all surfaces in the tank while it is full of water (DO NOT
FORGET THE PUMP STRAINER). Turn off the water inlet to the unit (an isolation valve
should be fitted to the water inlet before the float valve or at the water supply faucet). Drain the
tank by undoing the external overflow fitting lock nut and removing the overflow fitting. After
refilling it may be necessary to repeat this procedure if the tank is very dirty.
Water Distributor
Check the water distribution system for blockage. Check the delivery tube for kinks or holes.
Note: Water supply line to float valve must be flushed before connecting.
Water Level / Float Valve
The water level should be set at nominal 19mm (¾”) below height of stand pipe lip. The float
valve is a mechanical type and is factory set. If it requires adjustment screw the float valve ball
in or out for the correct settings. If the valve is leaking, it may require replacement.
Note: Water connection line to float valve must be flushed before connecting.
Note: Some discharge from the overflow may be experienced after shut down due to
water draining back from the CELdek® filter pads. This is normal.
Motor and Fan
Check that the fan spins freely and that there is no build up on the blades. Check the motor for
corrosion and spray with an anti corrosive agent if necessary.
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Maintenance
Bleed Off
The bleed off should be checked to ensure it runs continuously and that there is no build up of
mineral deposits in or on your cooler. White deposits indicate high mineral content and the
bleed off system should be checked. Should the bleed nozzle become blocked, use a fine pin
or similar to clear.
If the bleed is running as per normal, the bleed nozzle is clean and the deposits are still
forming, then more bleed may be required.
In areas of poor water quality (where total
dissolved solids are greater than 300 p.p.m.)
increase the diameter of the bleed nipple using a
1.6mm (1⁄16“) drill bit.
Note: Before drilling the bleed nipple remove it
from the bleed hose as there may be water
accumulated in the water distribution system.
Pump Operation
Check the pump spins freely and that the strainer
is clean. Ensure the rubber water slinger is in
place on the stainless steel shaft under the
motor.
After a long idle period, the pump may stop
rotating due to a mineral build up on the stainless
shaft adjacent to the motor. To free the pump
shaft, remove mineral build up and rotate the
shaft using fingers or suitable sized pliers. See
diagram.
Spraying the area with suitable water
displacement lubricate may assist.
In areas of low voltage, the pump may not
provide enough water to wet the filters. To
rectify, remove the water restrictor from the
pump supply hose adjacent to the bleed off
tee piece. See diagram.
ELECTRICAL
No general maintenance
is required to the
electrical system.
Electrical connections and
maintenance should only be carried
out by a qualified electrician.
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Maintenance
MAINTENANCE PLANNER
1st
Year
PRESEASON
CHECK
FIRST
MIDSEASON
SERVICE
SECOND
MIDSEASON
SERVICE
END OF SEASON
SERVICE AND
SHUT DOWN
1.1
Check quality of filters
1.2
Check fan & pump
1.3
Fill unit with water
1.4
Start unit
1.5
Check bleed-off system
2.1
Check and clean filters
2.2
Drain, clean and refill water tray
2.3
Check bleed-off system
2.4
Check strainers and filters
2.5.
Check unit operates correctly
3.1
Check and clean filters
3.2
Drain, clean and refill water tray
3.3
Check bleed-off system
3.4
Check strainers and filters
3.5
Check unit operates correctly
4.1
Turn off water supply
4.2
Drain and clean unit
4.3
Leave drain plug removed
4.4
Check motor and pump and
spray with a water
displacement lubricant.
2nd
Year
3rd
Year
4th
Year
5th
Year
ALL MAINTENANCE CAN ONLY BE PERFORMED BY A QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSON.
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Parts List
Parts List
No
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
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Description
Filter Retainer Clips
Rear Filter Panel Assembly
Filter Pad Set
Motor Mounting Brackets
Motor
Fan Retaining Clip
Fan
Control Knob
Switch
Capacitor 3.0 μF
Float Valve Assembly
Overflow Fitting
Stand Pipe – 120mm
Pump Filter Basket
Pump
Bleed Nipple
Part Number
6280134SP
6280103SP
6280116SP
6282006SP
6281610SP
6280804SP
6280806SP
6280133SP
6201609SP
0160183SP
6280920SP
6050920SP
6280913SP
6050811SP
6280807SP
6280803SP
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Problem Solving
Problem Solving
ALL MAINTENANCE CAN ONLY BE PERFORMED BY A QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSON.
PROBLEM
Unit fails to start
Filter Pads not
wetting.
Water leaking from
overflow
Water Droplets in
air stream
Excessive humidity
Inadequate
Cooling
Unpleasant Odour
PROBABLE CAUSE
REMEDY
a
Power Failure
a
Wait for power to be turned
on.
b
Tripped Circuit Breaker
b
Reset circuit breaker
c
Blown Fuse
c
Replace
d
Electrical Fault
d
Climate Technologies Service
a
Pump Seized
a
Refer to Maintenance page.
See Pump section.
b
Electrical fault with pump
b
Climate Technologies Service
c
Low voltage in your area
c
Remove water restrictor at
bleed tee. See page 14.
a
Float Valve Leaking
a
Check adjustment or replace
float valve if necessary
b
Drain from CELdek® Pads
b
Normal Operation – adjust
float level
a
Loose Delivery Tube
a
Check and tighten
b
Break in tubing
b
Replace as necessary
c
Pump appears to deliver
excessive water to pads
c
Check the condition of the
filter pad. Wash if pad shows
heavy build up of minerals
d
Bleed nozzle is blocked
d
Clean bleed nozzle
a
Not enough air flow
a
Increase fan speed
b
Inadequate Exhaust
b
Provide more open area to
exhaust stale air by opening
windows and doors in
adjacent rooms.
a
Dirty Filters
a
Clean
b
Dry Filters
b
Check control set on COOL
mode. Check water delivery
system. Adjust if necessary.
a
Unit located near odour source
a
Remove source
b
Algae in water tank
b
Clean tank and refill with fresh
water.
High Mineral Content
Rapid formation of
white deposits on
pads
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Bleed off should be checked
to see if bleed nozzle is
blocked, clear if necessary
and clean CELdek® pad.
Increase the bleed rate – see
page 14. More regular
maintenance may be required.
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Optional Extras
Optional Extras
Optional Winter Cover Instructions
The optional winter cover has been design to provide you with a simple method to seal the
unit from winter draughts.
To INSTALL the optional winter cover:
1. Place the lower fin of the winter cover into the gap between the first and second grilles
at the bottom of the fan grille.
2. Ensure the grille clips line up with the appropriate grille and push on.
To REMOVE the optional winter cover:
1. Simply pull the cover off using the winter cover handle.
2. Store the winter cover for the next winter.
To purchase the optional winter cover please call your nearest Climate Technologies
dealer.
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Warranty – Australia ONLY
Warranty
IMPORTANT
Please read this warranty information and complete the Dealers Product information
on the following page. KEEP this with your original purchase documents for any claim
under warranty.
WARRANTY PROCEDURES:
Firstly refer to your owners manual to ensure you have followed the correct operating
procedures of your product, and refer to the trouble shooting guide to assist solving any
problems you may have.
1. Read this warranty statement carefully before you request warranty service as items
relation to installation are not covered by this appliance warranty.
2. A proof of product purchase must be provided for warranty service, to validate the
appliance is within the manufacturer’s warranty periods.
3. This warranty is only for products and associated original controls for Climate
Technologies manufactured product.
4. Only an authorised Climate Technologies service provider must carry out warranty
service.
Climate Technologies provides the following Manufacturers warranty additional to all implied
warranties and other statutory rights which you may have under the Trade Practices Act and
similar State & Territory Laws, subject to the following terms and conditions.
TERMS AND CONDITIONS:
Conditions to warranty
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Subject to the exclusions noted, Climate Technologies warrant the product for the
period as prescribed in the table following this statement to be free from Inherent
defects in materials and workmanship for functional and structural components.
•
This product is only valid if the product is operated in accordance with the
manufacturers instructions
•
The appliance must not be modified or changed in any way.
•
Your proof of purchase MUST be produced before free service will be provided.
•
Traveling time and mileage are included within 30km of either your authorised Climate
Technologies dealer or service provider’s premises. Customers in areas other than the
above are responsible for any traveling time and mileage required to carry out warranty
repairs.
•
The product must be installed by a qualified person in the manner prescribed by local &
statutory regulations and to the manufacturer’s specifications.
•
Service within the terms of this warranty will be recognised where we are satisfied that
the appliance or part was supplied within the relevant time limits. Documents of
purchase and Dealer/Installer information will assist in this process.
•
Product fitness for purpose and overall system design / sizing is solely the
responsibility of the dealer / installer. This includes but is not limited to heat load
calculations, air flow, system balancing, humidity, water quality etc.
•
The product must be installed in an easily and safe accessible area for service,
appliances installed in areas not easily and safely assessable, costs will be borne by
the owner for access equipment should maintenance be required.
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Warranty – Australia ONLY
DIY (Do It Yourself) installation Warranty
•
If the product has been installed as a DIY, a supply part only warranty will apply. Parts
only will be supplied free of charge on the return of the faulty part and the owner will be
responsible for all labour charges incurred for the part to be fitted by a qualified person.
Labour warranty as prescribed in the following table is void in this situation.
Remote Location Warranty
•
If the product has been installed outside the Climate Technologies service network, a
supply part only warranty will apply. Parts only will be supplied free of charge on the
return of the faulty part and the owner will be responsible for all labour charges
incurred for the part to be fitted by a qualified person. Labour warranty as prescribed in
the following table is void in this situation.
Exclusions to warranty.
•
Consumable items subject to wear and tear such as filter pads, drive belts and
bearings are not covered by this warranty.
•
Components used as part of the installation such as grilles filters, ducting, fittings, zone
motors and consumer services pipe work are warranted from your place of purchase
and not covered by this warranty.
•
Damage caused by elements such as wind, rain, lighting, floods etc along with power
spiking and brownouts are not considered defective material or workmanship and as
such are not considered warranty.
•
No responsibility will be accepted for outside elements such as pests, animals, pets
and vermin that may cause damage to the unit.
•
Harsh environmental situations such as salt air that may cause cabinet damage /
rusting can not be considered warranty.
•
The manufacturer does not accept liability or any claims for damage to building
contents, carpet, walls, ceilings, foundations or any other consequential loss either
direct or indirect. Damage resulting from, power spikes, incorrect operation, incorrect
installation, incorrect maintenance is also not covered.
•
All warranties are NOT transferable.
Conditions where warranty may be void.
•
If there is no certificate of compliance for plumbing, electrical or refrigeration as
required by State & Territory Laws. Climate Technologies reserves the right to refuse
service on non-compliant installations.
•
The defective operation of the appliance that is due to failure of electricity, gas, water
or refrigerant gas supplied.
•
Defects are caused by neglect, incorrect application, abuse or by accidental damage of
the appliance.
•
An unauthorized person has attempting to repair the appliance.
•
A situation arises referenced in the trouble-shooting guide.
•
A charge will be made for, work done or a service call where there is nothing wrong
with the appliance.
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Warranty – Australia ONLY
PERIODS OF WARRANTY – YEARS BY PRODUCT AND APPLICATION:
DURANGO WINDOW COOLER
Unit Components
RESIDENTIAL
Part
**All Components
2
COMMERCIAL
Labour
2
Part
1
Labour
1
** Filter pads are a consumable item and therefore are not covered by the above warranty
periods
AGED NEW PRODUCT WARRANTIES
For a New Product warranty to apply, a product needs to be sold and installed within 3 years
of the manufacturing date.
Product that is aged as the result of extended storage or being used for demonstration
purposes, the following warranty will apply.
•
For a product that is greater than 3 years and less than 5 years old from date of
manufacture the statutory warranty will apply and any voluntary warranty originally
supplied will be reduced by 1 year
•
For a product that is greater than 5 years of age from date of manufacture, the statutory
warranty will apply to electrically functioning components only. All other components being
cabinets, louvres, filters etc. will not be covered by warranty.
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PROOF OF PURCHASE:
It is important that the name of the Dealer or Retailer from whom you purchased your product
and the name of the installer are recorded on this page. The installer is responsible for the
correct installation, start up and demonstrating the operation of this product. The Dealer or
retailer is also responsible for issuing the relevant certificates of compliance for the electrical
connections. (These may differ from state to state)
Please attach your proof of purchase here. Your receipt is your warranty and will be required
to validate any warranty.
DEALER PRODUCT INFORMATION:
Dealer/Retailer:
Dealer Address:
Dealer Phone Number:
Unit Model Number:
Serial No:
Date Installed:
Installed by:
Date Commissioned:
Commissioned by:
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WARRANTY ON REPLACEMENT PARTS:
Parts replaced under warranty are warranted for the balance of the original warranty period.
SERVICE CENTRES:
Only qualified service personnel should conduct any service work carried out on your air
conditioning system. It is important that periodical service is carried out on your product to
ensure your will receive the efficiency benefits the product provides.
For Metro Service only ring the numbers below.
South Australia/
(08) 8307 5230
Northern Territory
New South Wales /
(03) 8795 2457
Australian Capital Territory
Western Australia
(08) 9454 1000
Victoria/Tasmania
(03) 8795 2456
Queensland
(03) 8795 2457
Outside Metro areas please contact your nearest Climate Technologies Service Provider.
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Manufactured by
Climate Technologies Pty Ltd
ABN 13 001 418 042
26 Nylex Avenue
Salisbury, SA 5108
AUSTRALIA
www.climatetechnologies.com
Part No 6282212/A
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