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Marquis 4300 DM Owner`s manual
OWNER’S MANUAL
3000 DM
4300 DM
4800 DM
5500 DM
6500 DM
CIRCLE THE MODEL OF YOUR
COOLER AND RECORD THE SERIAL
NUMBER BELOW.
ENCIERRE CON UN CIRCULO EL
MODELO DE SU ENFRIADOR Y ESCRIBE
EL NUMERO 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
NUMERO DE SERIE
READ AND SAVE THESE INTRUCTIONS
EVAPORATIVE COOLING
VEA EL ESPAÑOL EN EL INTERIOR.
SAFETY RULES
1. Read instructions carefully.
2. Electrical hook up should be done by a qualified electrician,
so that all electrical wiring will conform to your local
standards.
3. Always turn OFF POWER and UNPLUG motor and pump
inside the cooler before installing or performing any
maintenance.
4. Your cooler will run on 120 volt AC., 60 Hz (cycle) current
only.
5. Motor and pump have a grounded, molded plug and an
automatic thermal overload switch which will shut motor off
when it overheats. The motor will restart automatically when
it cools down.
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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With this unit being a fresh air system, you are not trapped
with recirculating air that can become stale, laden with smoke
and odors, as happens with refrigerated air conditioning
systems. Instead, you are completely replacing the air every
2 to 4 minutes by either opening doors or windows or a
combination of both to exhaust the air continually.
OPERATION
To eliminate delivery of hot air when starting cooler, turn on
pump only for the first few minutes, then turn on the blower
motor.
These coolers may be used without water for ventilation
purposes. When outside air is cool (for example, at night) or
when humidity is high the water pump can be turned off.
A cooler can also be installed with a thermostat and attic
exhaust dampers to provide completely automatic operation.
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OPEN WINDOWS TO EXHAUST AIR
MOTOR
CLIPS
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 two methods will
help you determine the amount to open your windows.
FIRST METHOD
You should allow an opening of at least 2 square feet (288
square inches) for each 1000 CFM rating of your unit.
Example: At 3077 CFM, model 4300 DM requires 6.2 square
feet (886 square inches) of opening (3077/1000 * 2 = 6.2).
Multiply the number of windows by window width in inches
and divide this into the number of square inches required for
your size unit. This will give you the height to open windows.
In this example, four 36 inch wide windows should be opened
6.2 inches each.
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.
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.
INSTALLATION
NOTE: The pump and float are installed in the cabinet. The
belt, motor pulley, and motor cord are included in the cabinet,
the motor is shipped separately.
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.
MOTOR INSTALLATION
• Install motor cord. Connect motor cord to motor using the
following color code: Black - Hi, Red - Low, White - Com.,
Green - Ground.
2
MOTOR
PULLEY
BLOWER
HOUSING
BLOWER
PULLEY
ADJUSTABLE
YOKE
FIG. 1
FIG. 2
• Mount motor. Install blower motor in the motor mount yokes,
adjusting the yoke if necessary. Fasten with the provided
mounting clips (see Fig. 1).
• Install pulley. Install the adjustable motor pulley so that it
aligns with the blower drive pulley (see Fig. 2) and tighten
set screw.
ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION
WARNING: Disconnect all electrical service that will
be used for this unit before you begin the installation.
• Remove junction box.
SCREWS
The electrical junction
box is located in the upper inside corner of the
cooler cabinet. Remove the two screws
and slide cover down for
access to plug wiring (Fig. 3).
JUNCTION
BOX
FIG. 3
• Hook up electrical. Electrical hook up should be done by a
qualified electrician, so that all electrical wiring will conform
to your local standards. See Fig. 4 for the wiring diagram.
IMPORTANT: When a single speed motor is used, do not
use the red lead on the receptacle and motor plug wiring.
Tape off end of both of the red leads.
WARNING: Make sure that cooler cabinet is properly
grounded to a suitable ground connection for maximum
safety.
BLACK
RED
GREEN
WHITE
HI
LO
TO SWITCH
COM.
WHITE
BLACK/BLUE
GREEN
PUMP
GROUND
GROUND
115 VOLTS
60 HERTZ
FIG. 4
WATER CONNECTION
• 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. 5). Screw on
nut and draw up tight against botOVERFLOW PIPE
tom of pan. Insert overflow pipe in
nipple to retain water. Overflow
NIPPLE
pipe may be removed to drain pan
RUBBER WASHER
when necessary. A garden hose
BOTTOM PAN
may be screwed on the drain
NUT
nipple to drain water away from
FIG. 5
your unit.
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• Attach water line to float.
Attach the water supply line
to the float in the same manner as above. The float may
be installed in either the corner post or bracket (Fig. 8).
• Fill pan. Allow water to fill to
within 1” of top of pan and adjust float to maintain this
water level. This can be accomplished by bending the
float rod.
1/4” TUBING
SADDLE
VALVE
COLD
WATER
PIPE
NUT
FAUCET
FERRULE
FIG. 6
WATER SUPPLY
VALVE
• Connect water supply line.
Find the closest supply of water. Use a saddle valve (Fig. 6)
to connect 1/4” tubing to the
cold water supply or use a
Sillcock and water valve connected to an outside faucet
(Fig. 7). Place the nut and ferrule on the tubing and tighten
the nut until water tight. IMPORTANT: Do not connect the
water supply to any soft water
applications. Soft water will
cause corrosion and decrease the life of the cooler.
NOTE: No attempt should be made to completely install this
unit without the aid of an electrician or someone familiar with
testing amperage draw. Failure to comply with these instructions may void your warranty.
SILLCOCK
MAINTENANCE
FIG. 7
CORNER
POST
BRACKET
WARNING: Before doing any maintenance be sure
power is off. At the time you remove a pad frame be sure
to unplug motor and pump. This is for your safety.
SPRING START-UP
FLOAT
• Adjust water amount. Your
FIG. 8
cooler is equipped with a
unique water metering valve (Fig. 9). The amount of water
delivered to the pads may be decreased by pressing the
plastic valve as the arrows indicate.
INCREASE
If water is splashing out of water
troughs, you may need to decrease
the amount of water delivery. Check
to see that all pads are saturated with
DECREASE
water and that there are no dry spots
or openings in the pads.
FIG. 9
AMPERAGE DRAW AND BELT TENSION
This unit is equipped with an adjustable motor drive sheave
for adjusting the blower wheel speed to the proper loading on
different duct systems. It is important that the motor drive pulley is adjusted to correct size to assure maximum air delivery
without damage to the motor. Be sure to follow these instructions carefully.
• Adjust drive pulley. After the unit is completely installed,
adjust the drive pulley to the least diameter and adjust belt
tension. See the maintenance section for adjusting belt tension.
• Start cooler. Install all pad frames, start pump, and allow to
operate until pads are wet.
• Check amperage. With pads wet and unit started, check
amperage draw with an amperage meter.
• Adjust pulley if necessary. If amperage draw is less than
motor rating, turn off electrical power and remove pad frame.
Unplug motor inside cooler, this will protect you from someone turning on unit while you are working inside. This should
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be done for your safety. Adjust pulley to a larger diameter and readjust
belt tension, plug motor in, install pad
frame, and retest amperage draw.
DECREASE
Repeat this process until correct
AMPERAGE
amperage draw is attained. Increasing motor pulley diameter increases
amperage draw. Decreasing motor
FIG. 10
pulley diameter decreases amperage
draw (see Fig. 10).
CAUTION: Do not operate cooler with larger amperage draw than specified on motor plate.
• 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 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 out, due to excessive oil getting into
3 LB.
motor winding.
3/4 INCHES
• Check belt tension. A 3 lb.
force should deflect the belt 3/
4 inches (see Fig. 11). Readjust belt if needed.
FIG. 11
• Change Pads. The 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.
• Clean pump. Cleaning the pump is
necessary once a year
DEPRESS HERE
TO REMOVE
at start-up. For your
safety, turn unit off and
unplug motor and
pump. Remove the
pump from the mount
slot. Remove the base
of the pump as shown
FIG. 12
in Fig. 12. Clean the
pump and turn the impeller to ensure free operation. Remove the pump spout
and check for any blockage. After cleaning, reinstall the base
onto the pump. Reattach the pump to the mount in the cooler
using the plastic retainer to ensure that the pump will not
overturn. Do not forget to replace the spout and water delivery tube onto the pump outlet. The pump has automatic
reset thermal protection.
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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.
• Unplug motor and pump. When cooler is not used for
extended periods, unplug the motor and pump from inside
cooler.
• Cover unit. To protect the life of the finish, a cover for the
unit is suggested in 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.
TROUBLESHOOTING
PROBLEM
POSSIBLE CAUSE
REMEDY
Failure to start or no
air delivery
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
• Motor pulley diameter too large
4. Motor locked
1. Check power
• 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
• Adjust pulley to correct diameter
4. Replace motor
Inadequate air
delivery with cooler
running
1.
2.
3.
4.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Inadequate cooling
1. Inadequate exhaust in house
2. Pads not wet
• Pads plugged
• Open spots in pads
• Trough holes clogged
• Pump not working properly
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)
Motor cycles on and
off
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
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
3. Check water distribution system
• Clean
• Replace or clean pump (Unplug unit)
Water draining onto
roof
1. Float arm not adjusted properly
2. Overflow assembly leaking
1. Adjust float
2. Tighten nut and overflow pipe.
4
Insufficient air exhaust
Belt too loose
Pads plugged
Motor underloaded
Low voltage
Excessive belt tension
Blower shaft tight or locked
Bearings dry
Motor pulley diameter too large causing
motor overload
Open windows or doors to increase air flow
Adjust belt tension or replace if needed
Replace pads
Adjust pulley to full load ampere rating of motor
Check voltage
Adjust belt tension
Oil or replace bearings (Unplug unit)
Oil bearings
Adjust pulley so full load ampere rating of motor
is not exceeded
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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 WARRANTY
For Eight Years from date of installation, we will replace the original base assembly if water leakage should occur due to rust
out.
For One Year from date of installation, we will replace any original component provided by Champion Cooler Corporation
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 the replacement of parts.
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: Champion Cooler Corporation, 5800 Murray Street, Little Rock,
Arkansas 72209. 1-800-643-8341. E-mail: info@championcooler.com.
THIS LIMITED WARRANTY APPLIES TO ORIGINAL PURCHASER ONLY
GENERAL SPECIFICAT IONS / ESPECIFICACIONES GENERALES
Model No.
Modelo
3000 DM
4300 DM
4800 DM
5500 DM
6500 DM
Weight (lbs.)
Peso (libras)
Cabinet Dimensions (in.)
Dimensiones De La Caja (pulgadas)
Duct Opening (in.)
Abertura De Ducto (pulgadas)
Dry
Seco
Operating
Lleno
Height
Altura
Width
Anchura
Depth
Profundidad
Width
Anchura
Height
Altura
120
164
164
215
215
186
247
248
315
319
33 7/16
39 13/16
39 13/16
42 7/16
42 7/16
28 1/8
34 1/8
34 1/8
39
39
28 1/8
34 1/8
34 1/8
39
39
13 5/8
17 3/4
17 3/4
19 3/4
19 3/4
13 5/8
17 3/4
17 3/4
19 3/4
19 3/4
MOT OR SPECIFICAT IONS / ESPECIFICACIONES DEL MOTOR
Model No.
Modelo
Motor Part #
Motor - N°
HP
HP
Speed
Velocidad
Volts
Voltios
*Motor Pulley Part #
Polea Del Motor - N°
Electrical Cord Part #
Cable Eléctrico - N°
Drive Belt Part #
Banda - N°
3000 DM
110444-002
110445-002
1/3
1
2
115
110277
110364
110211 (4L-450)
4300 DM
110444-002
110445-002
1/3
1
2
115
110278
110364
110215 (4L-560)
4800 DM
110446-002
110447-002
1/2
1
2
115
110278
110364
110215 (4L-560)
5500 DM
110446-002
110447-002
1/2
1
2
115
110278
110364
110214 (4L-690)
6500 DM
110448-002
110449-002
3/4
1
2
115
110278
110364
110214 (4L-690)
*1/2" Bore x Adjustable O.D. / Taladro de 1/2 pulgadas x Diámetro Externo Ajustable.
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REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST / LISTA DE PIEZAS DE REPUESTO
All parts may be ordered from your dealer, but not directly from the factory. Be sure that you furnish the following information on all
orders. /
Todas las partes pueden ser pedidas con su concesionario, pero no directamente a la fábrica. Incluya toda la información siguiente con su
pedido:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Cooler serial number / Número de serie de la unidad
Description and part number / Descripción y número de parte
Cooler size / Tamaño de la unidad
Date of purchase / Fecha de compra
Failure to supply all of this information will delay your order. / El no proporcionar toda esta información resultará en una demora.
No.
N°
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
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Description / Descripción
3000 DM
Top Pan / Tapa ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 222903-003
Bottom Pan / Base De La Caja ------------------------------------------------------------ 322907-001
Louvered Side / Reja Lateral -------------------------------------------------------------- 324006-103
Aspen Pads / Filtros De Paja ------------------------------------------------------------- 110091
Pad Retainers / Soporte Para El Filtro -------------------------------------------------- 3PW-4
Corner Post, With Float Hole / Poste De Esquina, Con Agujero Para Flotador - 224003-008
Corner Post, No Float Hole / Poste De Esquina, Sin Agujero Para Flotador ----- 224003-008
Cut-Off Plate / Placa Externa -------------------------------------------------------------- 224002-001
Blower Housing / Caja De La Rueda ----------------------------------------------------- 324106-202
Blower Wheel / Rueda ---------------------------------------------------------------------- 12BW
Shaft, Blower Wheel / Eje De La Rueda ------------------------------------------------- 110182
Bearings, Blower Wheel Shaft / Cojinetes Del Eje De La Rueda ------------------- 110351
Pulley, Blower Wheel / Polea De La Rueda -------------------------------------------- 110274
Drive Belt / Banda De Transmisión -------------------------------------------------------- 110211
Motor / Motor --------------------------------------------------------------------------------- *
Pulley, Motor / Polea Del Motor ----------------------------------------------------------- 110277
Motor Mount / Montura Del Motor -------------------------------------------------------- 314003-002
Motor Mount Clips / Seguros Para Montar Motor -------------------------------------- 314005-001
Electrical Cord, Motor / Cable Eléctrico Del Motor ----------------------------------- 110364
Float Valve / Válvula Del Flotador -------------------------------------------------------- FL-C
Pump Mount / Montura De La Bomba --------------------------------------------------- 216003-001
Pump Screen / Malla Para La Bomba --------------------------------------------------- 281001-001
Pump Assembly / Bomba ------------------------------------------------------------------ NOR-120P
Pump Retainer / Sujetador De La Bomba ----------------------------------------------- 110866B
Connector, Pump Mount / Unión Para La Montura De La Bomba ----------------- 3PM-1
Float Bracket / Soporte Del Flotador ----------------------------------------------------- 216001-003
Tube, Water Delivery / Tubo De Agua --------------------------------------------------- 310716
Water Flow Control Valve / Válvula Reguladora Del Flujo De Agua -------------- 281013-001
Over Flow Assembly / Montaje De Desagüe ------------------------------------------- 3OA-1
Water Distributor Assembly / Sistema Del Distribuidor De Agua ------------------ 3D-4
Holder, Water Distributor / Soporte Para El Distribuidor De Agua ----------------- 110574
Electrical Junction Box / Caja De Empalme -------------------------------------------- 320106-001
Receptacle, Motor / Tomacorriente Del Motor ----------------------------------------- 110369
Receptacle, Pump / Tomacorriente De La Bomba ------------------------------------- 110370
Bearing Mount, Right / Montura Del Cojinete, Direcha ------------------------------ Bearing Mount, Left / Montura Del Cojinete, Izquierda ------------------------------- Motor Mount Support, Right / Soporte Para El Montura Del Motor, Direcho ---- Motor Mount Support, Left / Soporte Para El Montura Del Motor, Izquierdo ---- Channel Retainer Support / Soporte Para El Retendedor De Canal --------------- -
4300 DM
4800 DM
220901-002
320905-001
324007-103
110090
3PW-5
224003-009
224003-009
224004-002
324113-001
16BW
110183
110351
110275
110215
*
110278
314003-004
314005-001
110364
FL-C
216003-001
281001-001
NOR-120P
110866B
3PM-1
216001-003
310716
281013-001
3OA-1
3D-5
110574
320106-001
110369
110370
-
5500 DM
6500 DM
220903-002
320906-001
324008-103
110092
3PW-6
224003-010
224003-010
224004-003
324111-001
20BW
110183
110351
110276
110214
*
110278
314003-008
314005-001
110364
FL-C
216003-001
281001-001
NOR-120P
110866B
3PM-1
216001-003
310716
281013-001
3OA-1
3D-6
110574
320106-001
110369
110370
214114-001
214114-001
214114-002
214114-002
218114-001
* See motor specification table. / Vea la tabla de especificaciones del motor.
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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