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Champion RWC35 Owner`s manual
CHAMPION•ESSICK
Window Evaporative
Cooler Manual
Manual Control Units
ow Units
Wind
W
ith
l
Conver tible Gril
e
Convertible Kit Not Shipped With Cooler
Available Upon Request At No Additional Cost
WC37 • N37W
WC44 • N44W
WC46 • N46W
WC50 • N50W
Remote Control Units
RWC35 • RN35W
RWC46 • RN46W
RWC50 • RN50W
Circle the model of your cooler and
record the serial number below.
Encierre con un circulo el modelo de su
enfriador y escribe el número de serie abajo.
Read Carefully All Of This Manual
Before Installing The Unit.
Serial #
Lea Con Cuidado Todo Este Manual Antes
De Instalar La Unidad.
Número De Serie
Read And Save These Instructions
Vea el Español en el interior
Safety Rules
Evaporative Cooling
1. Read these instructions carefully.
Evaporative cooling is nature’s way of cooling. When air is moved
over a wet surface, water is evaporated and heat is absorbed. When
stepping out of a swimming pool with the wind blowing, evaporative
cooling makes you feel cool, even though the air may be warm.
The human body itself is cooled primarily by the evaporation of
perspiration.
This unit works on the same principle. Air is drawn across wet
filter pads where the air is cooled by evaporation and then circulated
throughout the building. It is this combination of cooled air and the
movement of air over the skin which makes it feel cool.
Unlike refrigeration systems which recirculate the air, an evaporative
cooler continually brings in fresh air while exhausting old air. You
are completely replacing the air every 2 to 4 minutes by opening
windows or doors or a combination of both. The air is always fresh,
not stale, laden with smoke and odors as happens with refrigerated
air conditioning.
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2. Unit must be in the Off Position and Unplugged from power
receptacle when installing or performing any maintenance.
3. This cooler will run on 120 volt A.C., 60 Hz (cycle) current
only.
4. Motor and pump are grounded and have an automatic thermal
overload switch which will shut motor off when it overheats. The
motor will restart automatically when it cools down.
5. Pump receptacle is for grounded evaporative cooler pump only.
Do not plug anything else into receptacle.
WARNING: To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not
use this fan with any “solid-state fan speed control device.”
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Operation
Manual Control Units
• Pump setting. The rotary switch has 6 settings. The “Pump”
setting will operate the pump without the blower. For best results
turn the switch to “Pump” for a few minutes to wet the pads before
operating the fan.
• High and low cool settings. The “High Cool” and “Low Cool” settings operate both the pump and the blower. Turn the unit to “Low
Cool” when possible. This lower speed allows the air to stay longer
in the wet pads and therefore increases it’s cooling efficiency.
• High and low vent settings. The “High Vent” and “Low Vent”
settings operate the blower without the pump. This is useful on
cool nights or at times when just a fan is desired.
Remote Control Units
These units may be controlled using the 3 buttons on the front panel
of the cooler or with the remote control.
• PUMP button. Pressing this button toggles the pump on and off.
When the LED is lit, the pump is running. For best results turn
on the pump for a few minutes to wet the pads before operating
the fan. The pump must be on while operating the fan for cooling.
You may also want the pump turned off at times when just a fan is
desired.
• FAN button. Pressing this button will cycle the fan through High
Speed / Low Speed / Off. The LED’s on the front of the control
indicate wether the fan is on high speed, low speed or off (no LED’s
lit). Note: There will be a 2 second delay between a button press
and the operation of the fan.
• ON/OFF button. Pressing this button while the pump or fan is on
will turn everything off. Pressing it again while in the off state will
return the fan and pump to their previous operating settings. When
first plugging in the cooler or after power has been interrupted,
pressing the On/Off button will start the cooler in the default state
which is with the pump on and the fan on high.
• Remote Control. To operate the cooler with the remote you must
be within 20 feet and in sight of the cooler. Aim the remote at the
front panel. The buttons on the remote control have the same functions as the buttons on the front panel of the cooler. The remote
uses two AAA alkaline batteries which are included. A holder for
mounting on a wall is also included with the unit.
Open Windows To Exhaust Air
An often misunderstood concept of evaporative cooling is the amount
of air that should be exhausted. How much should you open your
windows? The fact is that most people do not open their windows
enough. The following method will help you determine the amount
to open your windows.
Champion Air Balancing Method
1. Take a piece of tissue paper and cut it lengthwise into 3 equal
strips.
2. Turn your cooler on High Cool.
3. Open one window at least six inches wide in each room that you
want to cool.
4. Take the piece of tissue paper and put it up against the screen of
the open window furthest from the cooler discharge opening. Let
go of it. It will do one of three things.
2
IF
THEN
It falls down.
CLOSE all of the windows one inch and try step 4 again.
IF
THEN
It plasters itself to the screen.
OPEN all of the windows one inch and try step 4 again.
IF
THEN
It stays on the screen lightly.
PERFECT. You are done. Enjoy your cooler.
Notes:
• When switching to Low Cool, you must rebalance your home.
Repeat step 4.
• Once you balance your home you can cool some areas more than
others by opening those windows more and closing the others by
the same amount. Repeat step 4 to make sure your home is still air
balanced.
Cooler Installation
Installing House Legs
• NOTE: If installing unit without the use of the installation kit,
omit these directions and those pertaining to Fig. 2.
• Remove two corner screws in the bottom pan (A-Fig 1).
• Place the house leg bracket in the
corner of the bottom pan, using the
two top holes in the bracket (B-Fig 1).
A
Replace the two previously removed
screws to hold the house leg bracket
B
in place (As shown by dotted house
leg bracket).
• Refer to the instructions “Adjust
Fig. 1
house legs” below for adjusting the
house legs.
Mounting Cooler
CAUTION: Make sure that the mounting surface is strong
enough to support the operating weight of the cooler when in use.
(For operating weight, see Specification Table.)
CAUTION: Never plug in cooler until installation is complete
and unit has been tested for rigidity.
• Lift out all removable louvered sides.
• Screw chain hooks into window facing. Position the two chain
hooks above the neck of
the cooler a distance equal
A
to the width of the cooler
apart (A-Fig. 2). Hook
one hanger chain in each
“S” Hook
D
hook and then one “S”
B
hook in the other end of
C
each chain.
Window
NOTE: The chain hooks
Neck
supplied with this mountH
ing kit are for use in wood.
E
Additional anchors can be
purchased at your local
hardware store for anFG
choring in other types of
Fig. 2
materials such as concrete
or brick.
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• Install float valve. Install
valve in the provided hole in
corner post (Fig. 6) and attach
water supply line.
Window Fill-In
Panels
Top Panel
Retainer
Corner Post
Float Rod
Bottom Panel
Retainer
Fig. 3
• Position cooler in window. Position neck of
cooler so that bottom of neck flange rests on window sill and flange
(E-Fig. 2) is snug against edge of sill (H-Fig. 2). With cooler in
position, hook the “S” hooks into the holes of the top pan near the
back of the cooler (B-Fig. 2).
• Break fill-in panels to fit. With cooler installed, as described
above, measure for each window fill-in panel and score with sharp
knife and straight edge guide to desired width. To break window
fill-in panels, the panel should be laid over the edge of a straight flat
surface at the point to be broken off. Apply pressure on the edge
of the panel that extends over the edge of the surface and break off
unwanted piece.
• Install fill-in panels. Place one window fill-in panel on each side
of grill and into panel retainer strip at bottom of grill. Place the
other panel retainer strips onto top of neck flange and fill-in panels.
Be sure the panels are snug up against cooler neck.
• Place window behind retainer strip. Raise back of cooler so that
the window (D-Fig. 2) may be brought down behind top of panel
retainer strip (C-Fig. 2).
• Level Cooler. Adjust the chains to level the cooler.
• Adjust house legs. Pull out house legs so that the rubber bumpers
rest against house siding (F-Fig. 2). Tighten screw in retaining
collar. (G-Fig. 2).
Connecting Water
Overflow Pipe
Nipple
Rubber Washer
Bottom Pan
Nut
• Fill pan. Allow water to fill
to within 1” of the top of the
overflow pipe and adjust float
to maintain this water level.
This can be accomplished by
bending the float rod (Fig.
6).
Fig. 6
Maintenance
WARNING: Before doing any maintenance be sure power is
off and unit is unplugged. This is for your safety.
Spring Start-Up
• Oil bearings. The blower bearings and cooler motor in this unit
should be oiled with a few drops of non-detergent 20/30 weight oil
once each year. The motor does not need oil if it has no oil lines
for oiling. Motors that have no oil lines are lifetime oiled at the
factory and require no further oiling for the life of the unit.
CAUTION: Do not over oil.
Over oiling can cause motor burn
3 Lb.
out, due to excessive oil getting into
3/4 Inches
motor winding.
• Check belt tension. A 3 lb. force
should deflect the belt 3/4 inches (see
Fig. 7). Readjust belt if needed.
Fig. 7
• Clean pump. Cleaning the pump is necessary once a year at startup. For your safety, turn unit off and unplug from power receptacle.
Remove the pump from the mount slot. Remove the base of the
pump as shown in Fig. 8. Clean the pump and turn the impeller
to ensure free operation. Remove the pump spout and check for
any blockage. After cleaning,
Remove
reinstall the base onto the pump.
Base
Press firmly to make sure it is
secure. Reattach the pump to
the mount in the cooler using
the plastic retainer to ensure that
the pump will not overturn. Do
Impeller
not forget to replace the spout
Fig. 8
and water delivery tube onto the
pump outlet.
Fig. 4
Sillcock
• Replace Pads. Aspen pads should be replaced once or twice a
season, depending upon the length of the season. At the beginning
and at mid season a clean pad is more absorbent and efficient and
will deliver substantially more cool air.
Nut
Faucet
Water Supply
Valve
Ferrule
• Install overflow assembly. Remove
nut and place nipple through the hole in
the pan, with the rubber washer between
the pan and the head of the drain nipple
(Fig. 4). Screw on nut and draw up tight
against bottom of pan. Insert overflow
pipe in nipple to retain water. Overflow
pipe may be removed to drain pan when
necessary. A garden hose may be
screwed on the drain nipple to
drain water away from your unit.
• Connect water supply line. Install a sillcock and water valve on
faucet as shown by figure 5. Place
the nut and ferrule on the tubing
and tighten the nut until water
tight.
Water Supply
Line
Washer
Nut
Ferrule
Nut
• Install window panel
retainers. Place two
panel retainer strips onto
bottom of neck flange
and position to the width
of the window. Cut the
strips to fit if necessary.
These strips hold the
window fill-in panels
(Fig. 3).
Winter Shut Down
• Drain water. Always drain all of the water out of the cooler and
water supply line when not in use for prolonged periods, and particularly at the end of the season. Keep the water line disconnected
from both the unit and water supply so that it does not freeze.
Fig. 5
• Cover unit. To protect the life of the finish, a cover for the unit is
suggested in extended periods of non use.
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• Cover grill. To help keep out cold air you can use the optional
plastic grill cover. This cover may be purchased from your local
distributor. To install the cover, line up the grill cover with the grill
so that the tabs on the cover will slide over the center section of the
grill. Slide the grill cover onto the grill. The tabs will snap into
place. To remove, just pull the grill cover straight forward away
from the grill.
• Unplug unit from power supply during extended periods of
non-use.
By following the operating, installation, and maintenance suggestions
as outlined, you can get many years of efficient and satisfactory
service from your cooler. In the event additional information is
desired, your dealer will be more than glad to assist you in every
possible way.
Vertical Duct Conversion
This window unit can be reconfigured to a vertical tunnel configuration for installation into smaller width openings. Follow the
subsequent steps if this is desired. Note: Tunnel mount strips used
to convert tunnel are not shipped with this cooler. If desired,
call Customer Service at 1-800-643-8341 to have it shipped to
you at no cost.
Remove top
1. Remove the 9 screws
screws last. Do
from the sides and botNot Drop Tunnel
tom of the tunnel.
2. Remove the top 4 middle screws of the top
pan while holding the
tunnel in place (Fig 9).
Be careful not to drop
the tunnel, or damage
to the electric cords
could occur. You may
Fig. 9
need to loosen other
screws in the top pan
to make it easier to remove the tunnel.
3. Rotate the tunnel 90 degrees counter-clockwise (Fig 10). Be careful as you rotate the tunnel that you don’t damage or disconnect
the cords which are still connected to the controls and the front
panel.
4. Insert the flange of the tunnel
between the front panel and the
top pan. Line up the two larger
holes in the tunnel with the
center two holes of the top pan.
(Fig 11).
5. Using the screws taken from the
top pan, secure the tunnel to the
unit. Do not tighten the screws,
leave them loose until the rest of
Fig. 10
the tunnel has been secured.
6. Line up the three holes at the
bottom of the tunnel with
Line up to the two
the holes in the front panel.
middle holes
Using the screws taken from
the bottom of the tunnel previously, secure the tunnel to
the front panel.
7. Make sure all the screws removed from the top pan are in
place and tighten all screws.
8. Skip this step for the RWC35
& RN35W models. Remove
the three screws (2 in models
Fig. 11
WC37 & N37W) from each
side of the front panel as
shown in figure 12.
Metal
CAUTION: Make sure that
Strip
you do not remove the bottom
most screw. It holds the blower
housing in place.
9. To cover up the gap in the front
panel, use the two strips of metal
obtained from Customer Service.
Line up the holes in the metal strips
to the holes in the front panel and
Do Not Remove
secure them with the screws preBottom Screw
viously removed in step 8. (See
Fig. 12
Fig. 12) Install the metal strips so
that there is no gap between the
top pan and the metal strip. If there is a gap, turn the metal strip
around.
NOTE: When mounting a cooler with this type of vertical tunnel
configuration, the unit should be supported by a flat support or
stand. The installation method mentioned in the owner’s manual
using chains and legs should not be used. The filler panels in
the installation kit may be used to seal off the window above the
cooler duct.
Wiring Diagrams
Manual Control
Remote Control
Blower Motor
Plug
Hi
Low
Gnd
Com.
Pump
Motor
4
Black
Red
Green
White
Switch
Blower Motor
Hi
Low
Gnd
Com.
Black
Red
Green
White
Ground
Screw
LockPlate
w/ Grommet
Control
Ground
Wire
Pump
Motor
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Troubleshooting
Problem
Failure to
start or no air
delivery
Possible Cause
1. No electrical power to
unit
• Fuse blown
• Circuit breaker
tripped
• Electric cord unplugged or damaged
2. Belt too loose or tight
3. Motor overheated
• Belt too tight
• Blower bearings dry
4. Motor locked
Inadequate
air delivery
with cooler
running
1. Insufficient air exhaust
2. Belt too loose
3. Pads plugged
Inadequate
cooling
1. Inadequate exhaust in
house
2. Pads not wet
• Pads plugged
• Open spots in pads
• Trough holes
clogged
• Pump not working
properly
Remedy
1. Check power
Problem
1. Open windows or
doors to increase air
flow
2. Adjust belt tension or
replace if needed
3. Replace pads
1. Open windows or
doors to increase air
flow
2. Check water distribution system
• Replace pads
• Repack pads
• Clean trough and
unplug holes
• Replace or clean
pump (Unplug
unit)
Remedy
Motor cycles
on and off
1. Low voltage
2. Excessive belt tension
3. Blower shaft tight or
locked
4. Bearings dry
1. Check voltage
2. Adjust belt tension
3. Oil or replace bearings (Unplug unit)
4. Oil bearings
Noisy
1. Bearings dry
2. Wheel rubbing blower
housing
3. Loose parts
1. Oil bearings
2. Inspect and realign
(Unplug unit)
3. Tighten loose parts
Excessive
humidity in
house
1. Inadequate exhaust
1. Open doors or windows
Musty or
unpleasant
odor
1. Stale or stagnate water
in cooler
2. Pads mildewed or
clogged
3. Pads not wetting
properly
• Trough holes
clogged
• Pump not working
properly
1. Drain pan and clean
pads
2. Replace pads
1. Float arm not adjusted
properly
2. Overflow assembly
leaking
1. Adjust float
• Replace fuse
• Reset breaker
• Plug in cords or
replace if damaged
2. Adjust belt tension
3. Determine cause of
overheating
• Adjust belt tension
• Oil blower bearings
4. Replace motor
Possible Cause
Water draining from
cooler
3. Check water distribution system
• Clean
• Replace or clean
pump (Unplug
unit)
2. Tighten nut and
overflow pipe.
Limited Warranty
This warranty is extended to the original purchaser of an evaporative cooler installed and used under normal conditions. It does not cover damages incurred
through accident, neglect, or abuse by the owner. We do not authorize any person or representative to assume for us any other or different liability in connection with this product.
Terms And Conditions Of The Warranty
For Eight Years from date of purchase, we will replace the original base assembly if water leakage should occur due to rust out.
For One Year from date of purchase, we will replace any original component provided by Champion Cooler which fails due to any defect in material or factory workmanship only.
Exclusions From The Warranty
We are not responsible for replacement of cooler pads. These are disposable components and should be replaced periodically. We are not responsible for any
incidental or consequential damage resulting from any malfunction.
We are not responsible for any damage received from the use of water softeners, chemicals, descale material, plastic wrap, or if a motor of a higher horsepower
than what is shown on the serial plate is used in the unit.
We are not responsible for the cost of service calls to diagnose cause of trouble, or labor charge to repair and/or replace parts.
For limited warranty to be valid the evaporative cooler must be maintained per the Maintenance Section of this manual.
How To Obtain Service Under This Warranty
Contact the Dealer where you purchased the evaporative cooler. If for any reason you are not satisfied with the response from the dealer, contact the Customer
Service Department: 5800 Murray Street, Little Rock, Arkansas 72209. 1-800-643-8341. Email: info@championcooler.com.
This limited warranty applies to the original purchaser only.
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General Specifications / Especificaciones Generales
Model No.
Modelo
Weight (lbs.)
Peso (libras)
Cabinet Dimensions (in.)
Dimensions De La Caja (pulgadas)
Dry
Seco
Operating
Lleno
Height
Altura
Width
Anchura
RWC35, RN35W
113
WC37, N37W
125
190
30 1/2
202
33 7/16
WC44, N44W
WC46, N46W
RWC46, RN46W
137
214
152
WC50, N50W,
RWC50, RN50W
155
Window Opening Req’d (in.)
Abertura Requerida (pulgadas)
Depth
Profundidad
Width
Anchura
Height
Altura
31 1/2
21
21 3/4
14 3/4
28 1/8
28 1/8
21 3/4
14 3/4
34 1/2
34 1/8
28 1/2
21 3/4
14 3/4
246
34 1/2
34 1/8
34 1/8
21 3/4
14 3/4
249
34 1/2
34 1/8
34 1/8
21 3/4
14 3/4
Motor Specifications / Especificaciones Del Motor
Model No.
Modelo
Motor Part #
Motor - Nº
HP
CV
Speed
Velocidad
Volts
Voltios
Motor Pulley Part #
Polea Del Motor - Nº
Drive Belt Part #
Banda - Nº
RWC35, RN35W
110442
1/3
2
115
110271
110226 (4L-480)
WC37, N37W
110445
1/3
2
115
110271
110211 (4L-450)
WC44, N44W
110445
1/3
2
115
110272
110215 (4L-560)
WC46, N46W
RWC46, RN46W
110445
1/3
2
115
110272
110215 (4L-560)
WC50, N50W
RWC50, RN50W
110447
1/2
2
115
110273
110215 (4L-560)
Parts Drawing / Dibujo De Piezas
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Replacement Parts List / Lista De Piezas De Repuesto
When ordering parts, please be sure to furnish the following information on all orders. Failure to do so may delay your order. /
Al pedir piezas, incluya toda la información siguiente con su pedido. El no proporcionar toda esta información resultará en una demora.
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4.
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3.
4.
5.
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8.
9.
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12.
13.
14.
15.
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Cooler Model No. / Modelo de la unidad
Cooler serial number / Número de serie de la unidad
Description and part number / Descripción y número de pieza
Date of purchase / Fecha de compra
WC46, N46W
RWC46, RN46W
RWC35,
WC37,
WC44,
WC50, N50W
Description / Descripción
RN35W
N37W
N44W
RWC50, RN50W
Top Pan / Tapa ........................................................................................................................322175-001
222903-001
222905-001
220901-003
Bottom Pan / Base De La Caja ..............................................................................................222175-002
222904-003
222903-006
220902-002
Louvered Side Assembly / Montaje De Reja Lateral ............................................................324006-107 (2) 324006-303 (3) 324006-106 (2) 324007-205 (3)
Water Trough, Side / Canal De Agua, Lateral .......................................................................226004-001 (2) 226003-001 (3) 226003-001 (2) 226003-002 (3)
Aspen Pads, Side / Filtros De Paja, Lateral ..........................................................................110084 (2)
110091 (3)
110094 (2)
110098 (3)
Pad Retainer, Side / Soporte Para El Filtro, Lateral .............................................................3PW-16 (6)
3PW-3 (9)
3PW-3 (6)
3PW-5 (9)
Louvered Back Assembly / Montaje De Reja Posterior ........................................................324006-108
See/Vea #3
324007-205
See/Vea #3
Water Trough, Back / Canal De Agua, Posterior...................................................................226004-002
226003-002
Aspen Pads, Back / Filtros De Paja, Posterior ......................................................................110083
110098
Pad Retainer, Back / Soporte Para El Filtro, Posterior .........................................................3PW-15
3PW-5 (3)
Corner Post, With Float Hole / Poste De Esquina, Con Agujero Para Flotador ...................224018-002
224003-022
224003-032
224003-032
Corner Post, For Pump Mount / Poste De Esquina, Para Montar La Bomba .......................224018-001
224003-046
224003-047
224003-047
Front Panel / Panel Delantero ................................................................................................224175-001
224106-007
224103-006
224105-004
Tunnel / Túnel (Cuello Del Enfriador)...................................................................................322120-001
322120-001
322120-001
322120-001
Blower Housing / Caja De La Rueda.....................................................................................324175-002
324104-009
324103-007
324105-006
Blower Wheel / Rueda ...........................................................................................................110765
12BW
15BW
16BW
Shaft, Blower Wheel / Eje De La Rueda ................................................................................110179
110182
110182
110183
Bearings, Blower Wheel Shaft / Cojinetes Del Eje De La Rueda..........................................110351-001 (2) 110351 (2)
110351 (2)
110351 (2)
Pulley, Blower Wheel / Polea De La Rueda ..........................................................................110270
110274
110275
110275
Drive Belt / Correa.................................................................................................................110226
110211
110215
110215
Motor / Motor .........................................................................................................................110442*
110445*
110445*
*
Pulley, Motor / Polea Del Motor ............................................................................................110271
110271
110272
*
Motor Mount / Montura Del Motor .......................................................................................320175-001
314003-001
314003-025
314003-024
Motor Mount Clips / Seguros Para Montar Motor ................................................................314005-001
314005-001
314005-001
314005-001
Float Valve / Válvula Del Flotador ........................................................................................FL-C
FL-C
FL-C
FL-C
Pump Mount / Montura De La Bomba...................................................................................222175-005
218001-031
218001-031
218001-031
Pump Screen / Malla Para La Bomba ...................................................................................281001-001
281001-001
281001-001
281001-001
Pump / Bomba ........................................................................................................................110436
110436
110436
110436
Pump Retainer / Sujetador De La Bomba ..............................................................................110714
110714
110714
110714
Tube, Water Delivery / Tubo De Agua ...................................................................................310716
310716
310716
310716
Water Distributor Assembly / Sistema Del Distribuidor De Agua .........................................3D-15
3D-2
3D-3
3D-10
Holder, Water Distributor / Soporte Para El Distribuidor De Agua ......................................
110574 (3)
110574 (3)
110574 (6)
Over Flow Assembly / Montaje De Desagüe .........................................................................3OA-1
3OA-1
3OA-1
3OA-1
House Leg Collar Assembly / Montaje De Collar De La Pata ..............................................3HL-3 (2)
3HL-1 (2)
3HL-1 (2)
3HL-1 (2)
House Leg / Pata ....................................................................................................................310811 (2)
310811 (2)
310811 (2)
310811 (2)
Retainers, Window Panels / Guarda De Retención Para Los Paneles ..................................110599 (4)
110599 (4)
110599 (4)
110599 (4)
Window Panels / Paneles De Relleno Para La Ventana ........................................................110603 (2)
110603 (2)
110603 (2)
110603 (2)
†Electrical Cord, Motor / Cable Eléctrico Del Motor ...........................................................
110364†
110364
110372†
†Wiring Harness / Cableado Eléctrico...................................................................................
110375†
110375
110375†
†Switch / Interruptor ..............................................................................................................
110425†
110425
110425†
†Knob, Switch / Perilla Del Interruptor ................................................................................
110839-006†
110839-006
110839-006†
†Switch Box / Caja Para El Interruptor ..................................................................................
222006-001† 222006-001
222006-001†
†Lockplate, Manual Units / Placa De fijación, Unidades De Control Manual ......................
222007-001† 222007-001
222007-001†
†Grill Assembly, Maunual Units / Rejilla Completa, Control Manual ..................................
110839-1†
110839-1
110839-1†
‡Grill Assembly, Remote Units / Rejilla Completa, Control A Distancia .............................110839-2‡
110839-2‡
110839-2‡
‡Lockplate & Grommet, Remote Units / Placa De fijación Con Pasahilo, Control A Distancia..............322007-004‡
322007-004‡ 322007-004‡
‡Electronic Control Assembly / Montaje De Control Electrónico .........................................110400‡
110400‡
110400‡
‡Dress Ring / Anillo Decorativo .............................................................................................110403‡
110403‡
110403‡
‡Remote Control / Mando A Distancia ...................................................................................110401-1‡
110401-1‡
110401-1‡
**Grill Cover / Cubierta Para La Rejilla ..............................................................................110829**
110829**
110829**
110829**
**Bleed-Off Kit / Equipo De La Válvula De Desahogo ........................................................310586**
310586**
310586**
310586**
§Mount Strips For Vertical Tunnel / Tiras De Metal Para El Conducto Vertical ................70804§
322008-001§ 322008-001§ 322008-001§
Blower Brace / Soporte Para La Caja De La Rueda .............................................................222175-003 (2)
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See motor specification table. / Vea la tabla de especificaciones del motor.
Optional accessories. Must be purchased separately. / Accesorios opcionales. Debe comprarlos por separados.
For Manual Control units. / Para las unidades de control manual .
For Remote Control units. / Para las unidades de control a distancia.
Not included with unit. Call 1-800-643-8341 to obtain this part at no additional cost. / No incluido con la unidad. Llame 1-800-643-8341 para obtener esta parte
sin coste adicional.
NOTE: Standard hardware items may be purchased from your local hardware store.
NOTA: Artículos de uso corriente pueden comprarse en la ferretería de su localidad.
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