Specifications | Friedrich 920-159-01 (10-03) Air Conditioner User Manual

Vert-I-Pak®
Single Package Vertical Air Conditioning System
A-Series
24,000 BTU/h
Installation & Operation Manual
920-159-01 (10-03)
920-159-01 (10-03)
Table of Contents
Installation Recommendations......................................................................................................................................................... 3
I.
General Specifications
Model Number Identification Guide ................................................................................................................................... 4
VERT-I-PAK Chassis Specifications ................................................................................................................................... 4
II.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Installation
Utility Closet Dimensions ................................................................................................................................................... 5
Wall Plenum & Architectural Louver Installation ................................................................................................................ 6
Electrical Information ..................................................................................................................................................... 7-9
Indoor Return Air Grille Installation .................................................................................................................................. 10
Ductwork Preparation and CFM ....................................................................................................................................... 11
Chassis Installation.......................................................................................................................................................... 11
Chassis Final Connections (Electrical, Duct, Drain & Wall Thermostat)............................................................................ 12
Final Installation Checklist............................................................................................................................................... 12
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
Chassis Operation
Thermostat Control .......................................................................................................................................................... 12
Low Ambient Protection for Compressor & Fan ................................................................................................................ 12
Heating Defrost (Heat Pump Models only)........................................................................................................................ 12
Fresh Air Door................................................................................................................................................................... 13
Condensate Disposal System .......................................................................................................................................... 13
III.
IV.
Service, Maintenance & Warranty
14. Servicing / Chassis Quick Changeouts............................................................................................................................. 13
15. Routine Maintenance....................................................................................................................................................... 13
16. Warranty .......................................................................................................................................................................... 14
V.
Vert-I-Pak Accessories .................................................................................................................................................... 15
Please read this manual thoroughly prior to equipment installation or operation. It is the installer’s
responsibility to properly apply and install the equipment. Installation must be in conformance with
the NFPA 70-2002 National Electric Code or current edition and Universal Mechanical Code current
edition and applicable local or national codes.
Proper installation is not difficult but it is essential.
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Vert-I-Pak Installation Recommendations
6"
60"
RECESS OK
For proper unit performance and maximum operating life please refer to theSMALL
minimum
installation clearances below.
Figure 1
60"
60"
60"
VERT-I-PAK® units must be installed on an outside wall. 60"
Confined spaces and/or covered
areas should be
avoided. Units should be installed no closer than 12" apart when two units are side by side. If three of more
units are to operate next to one another allow a minimum of60"60" between units or pairs60"
of units. Also, a vertical
clearance of 60" should be maintained between units. Units installed on the bottom floor should be mounted
6"
6"
at least 6" off of the ground.
B
6"
60"
SMALL RECESS OK
A
60"
60"
60"
60"
LARGER RECESS OK. IF A> 5xB
60"
60"
60"
60"
60"
6"
60"
6"
12"
B
A
Figure 2
LARGER RECESS OK. IF A> 5xB
60"
Any time obstructions are present use
the following guidelines for proper
60"
spacing from the VERT-I-PAK
louver:
60"
BUILDING
60"
VPAK
• For minor obstructions60"
such as lamp
poles or small shrubbery a clearance
of 24" from the outdoor louver should
be maintained.
• For major obstructions such as a solid12"
fence, wall or other heat rejecting
device like a condensing unit, a minimum distance of 72" should be kept.
24"
12"
VPAK
VPAK
24"
POLE
SHRUB
72"
OUTDOOR
CONDENSING
UNIT
FENCE
MAJOR OBSTRUCTION
The above suggestions are for reference only and do not represent all possible installations. Please contact the factory
for information regarding affects of other installation arrangements.
By following these simple recommendations you can be confident that your Friedrich Vert-I-Pak ® will provide years
of worry-free operation.
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Section I. General Specifications
VERT-I-PAK® MODEL IDENTIFICATION GUIDE
MODEL NUMBER
V
E
ENGINEERING CODE
SERIES
V=Vertical Series
E=Cooling with or without electric heat
H=Heat Pump
OPTIONS
RT = Standard Remote Operation
SP = Seacoast Protected
ELECTRIC HEATER SIZE
A-Series
00 = No electric heat
25 = 2.5 KW
34 = 3.4 KW
50 = 5.0 KW
75 = 7.5 KW
10 = 10 KW
DESIGN SERIES
A = 32" and 47" Cabinet
NOMINAL CAPACITY
A-Series (Btu/h)
09 = 9,000
12 = 12,000
18 = 18,000
24 = 24,000
VOLTAGE
K = 208/230V-1Ph-60Hz
Vert-I-Pak® Chassis Specifications
MODEL:
V(E,H)A24
Voltage (V)
230/208
Refrigerant
R-22
Chassis Width
23.125
Chassis Depth
23.125
Chassis Height **
47.25
Supply Duct Collar ***
10"
Drain Connection
3/4" FPT
Min. Circuit Amps
See Nameplate
CFM Indoor
See chart, pg. 11
Max. Duct ESP
.4 in. water
NOTES:
** Height includes 2" duct collar & isolators under unit.
*** Factory collar accepts 10" flex duct.
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II. Installation
1) Utility Closet Dimensions
Recommended utility closet dimensions and a typical indoor installation are illustrated in Figure 1. Three inches minimum clearance on
three sides of the unit must be allowed for return airflow, installation access and service access. See Figures 1 & 2 for clearances and
reference dimensions.
Typical Utility Closet
Figure 3
Chassis Shown in Closet, on Optional Platform
Rigid Ductwork
Field-supplied
Filter (25" x 20")
58"
Exterior Wall
Flexible Ductwork
VPAWP1-8/1-14 Wall Plenum
Power
Disconnect
Plenum
29"
VPRG4 Access Panel &
Return Air Filter Grille
Optional Platform
3" Clearance on all
three sides
minimum for
Figure 4
Chassis is
shipped with
vibration
isolators
installed
VPDP1 drain pan
beneath unit is
required on all
VEA/VHA24 units.
Drain pan must be
installed prior to
chassis installation
Top View
• Vert-I-Pak Chassis 2-ton dimensions:
23" wide x 23" deep x 47 1/4" high.
control box
electrical
entrance
• VPAWP1-8/1-14 Wall Plenum cut-out
dimensions 24 5/8" wide x 30 7/8" high.
• VPRG4 Access Panel cutout dimensions:
27" wide by 55 3/4" high.
• See Figure 8 (Page 10) for proper
chassis installation.
NOTE: Drain pan must be installed in closet prior to chassis
insertion into plenum. See Figure 7 (page 8) for drain pan
installation details.
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2) Wall Plenum and Architectural Louver Installation
A. Install the wall plenum (VPAWP1-8/1-14) components in accordance with the installation instructions provided with each accessory.
IMPORTANT REMINDER: FRIEDRICH WALL PLENUM IS NOT DESIGNED TO CARRY STRUCTURAL
LOADS. PROPER WALL HEADER CONSTRUCTION IS REQUIRED. THE PLENUM REQUIRES
PROPER FLASHING, SHIM AND CAULK FOR A WEATHER RESISTANT INSTALLATION.
B. Ensure that the divider is adjusted properly for the depth of the wall in accordance with the accessory installation manual
Figure 5
Wall Plenum & Outdoor Louver Installation
Proper Header
Caulk all 8
flange corners
Proper Flashing
Proper Caulking
Inside Wall Plenum
(Part B)
Outside Wall
Architectural louver VPAL2 mounted
on the outside wall plenum (Part A)
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Proper Caulking
Proper Flashing
•
Rough opening dimension 24 5/8" wide x 30 7/8" high.
•
Ensure that the bottom of the plenum is 1 1/2" from the floor of the closet. Note: 9,000 / 12,000 / 18,000 installation
height may be different. Refer to specific installation manual for clarification.
•
For proper airflow, maintain a minimum distance of 12" between Vert-I-Pak units. Consult the factory for any
installation or application questions.
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3) Electrical Information
Electrical Data
Voltage ( V)
LRA - Comp. (A)
Cooling Current (A)
MIN. Ckt. Amps (A)
Max Branch Circuit Fust (Amps)
Power Connection
Recommended Branch
Circuit Wire Sizes*
AWG - American Wire Gauge
230/208
68
13.7/12.4
17.2/15.9
25/25
14/14
00
10
K
/V
EA
A
VH
/V
EA
A
VH
24
24
K
24
VH
A
/V
EA
/V
EA
A
VH
K
75
50
K
24
24
/V
EA
A
VH
VH
A
/V
EA
24
K
K
25
34
MODEL
230/208 230/208 230/208 230/208 230/208
68
68
68
68
68
13.7/12.4 13.7/12.4 13.7/12.4 13.7/12.4 13.7/12.4
22.1/20.3 30.7/28.1 44.3/40.3 57.9/52.7 15.6/15.6
25/25
35/30
45/45
60/60
20/20
HARD WIRED
12/12
8/10
6/6
4/6
14/14
* Single circuit from main box. Based on copper wire, single insulated conductor at 60°C.
NOTE:
Use copper conductors ONLY. Wire sizes are per NEC. Check local codes for overseas applications.
Sample Nameplate (see your chassis nameplate)
E
L
P
M
A
S
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IMPORTANT: ALL 208/230V CHASSIS MUST BE HARD WIRED WITH PROPERLY SIZED
BREAKER. SEE NAMEPLATE FOR SPECIFIC CHASSIS ELECTRICAL REQUIREMENTS.
SEE PAGE 9 - FIGURE 8 FOR UNIT WIRING AND WALL THERMOSTAT WIRING. SEE PAGE
7 FOR WIRE SIZE. USE HACR TYPE BREAKERS TO AVOID NUISANCE TRIPS. ALL FIELD
WIRING MUST BE DONE IN ACCORDANCE WITH NEC AND LOCAL CODES.
3) Electrical Information (continued)
Figure 6
Electrical Requirements
Note: All field wiring must comply with NEC and local codes. It
is the responsibility of the installer to insure that the electrical
codes are met.
CAUTION
Electric shock hazard.
Wire Size
Use ONLY wiring size recommended for single
outlet branch circuit.
Fuse/Circuit
Breaker
Use ONLY type and size fuse or HACR circuit
breaker indicated on unit's rating plate (See sample
on page 6). Proper current protection to the unit is
the responsibility of the owner.
Grounding
Unit MUST be grounded from branch circuit to
unit, or through separate ground wire provided on
permanently connected units. Be sure that branch
circuit or general purpose outlet is grounded.
Wire Sizing
Use recommended wire size given in tables and
install a single branch circuit. All wiring must comply
with local and national codes. NOTE: Use copper
conductors only.
Figure 7
Drain Connection
and Location
Turn OFF electric power before service
or installation.
All electrical connections and wiring MUST
be installed by a qualified electrician and
conform to the National Electrical Code and
all local codes which have jurisdiction.
Failure to do so can result in property
damage, personal injury and/or death.
CAUTION
THE ACCESSORY DRAIN PAN
(VPDP1) MUST BE INSTALLED
BEFORE INSTALLING THE UNIT.
1. The accessory drain pan has two (2)
provisions (left & right) for connecting
an external condensate drain.
2. A field supplied condensate drain
system must be connected to one of
the two 3/4" FPT connections.
3. The remaining connection must be
plugged using the 3/4" pipe plug
(provided) and field suppled teflon
tape or pipe joint compound.
4. Failure to follow these procedures
may result in serious property
damage.
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3) Electrical Data (continued)
Figure 8
Electrical & Thermostat Wiring Diagrams
FOR 208 VOLT MODELS ONLY
MOVE THE WHITE WIRE AS
SHOWN BELOW
WHITE
BLACK
RT2
THERMOSTAT
(FRONT)
COM. 208V
240V
TRANSFORMER
THERMOSTAT CONNECTIONS
(EAR)
24V
UP
G
R
R
W
B
Y
C
RED
BLACK
WHITE
RED
HEATER
2.5 KW & 3.4 KW
5 KW
YELLOW
BROWN
HEATER
7.5 KW & 10 KW
COIL, SOLENOID
QUICK DISCONNECT
RED
RED
L1
L2
RED
BLACK
BLACK
RED
R
G
B
M
WHITE
24V
2
4
1
3
BLACK
W Y
CAPACITOR
LOW AMBIENT
CONTROL
RED
RED
RED
RED
RED
WHITE
PRESSURE
SWITCH
COM. 208V 240V
TRANSFORMER
HER
C
FAN
TERM BOARD
WHITE
HEAT
RELAY
HEAT
RELAY
REV VALVE
RELAY
FAN
RELAY
COMPR RELAY
YELLOW
c
BLACK
BLUE
RED
"F"
"F"C"F"
R
S
COMPRESSOR
RED
BLACK
BLACK
BLUE
RED
COMP WIRE HARNESS
YELLOW
WHITE
WHITE
2
4
2
4
2
4
1
3
1
3
1
3
BLACK
(2.5KW/3.4KW
5 KW)
2
4
1
3
(2.5KW/3.4KW
5 KW)
BLACK
BLACK
BLACK
BLACK
HEAT
RELAY
(7.5KW/10KW)
2
4
1
3
HEAT
RELAY
(7.5KW/10KW)
2
4
1
3
BLACK
BLACK
WIRE NUT (RED)
GREEN
BLACK
SEE NOTE #6
BLACK
RED
BLUE
GREEN
BROWN
RED
C
YELLOW
T-STAT
DEFROST
H
BLACK
INSULATOR
L
WHITE
2-REQ'D
GREEN
WHITE
CAPACITOR
c
NOTE:
WHITE
CONDENSER
MOTOR
BROWN
FAN
GREEN
TO MOTOR
MOUNT
BLUE
WHITE
RM
HE
BROWN
TO MOTOR
MOUNT
WIRE NUT (RED)
BLOWER
MOTOR
SEE NOTE #4
BLACK
THE DIAGRAM ABOVE ILLUSTRATES THE TYPICAL THERMOSTAT WIRING AND 208
VOLT TRANSFORMER WIRING. SEE THE UNIT CONTROL PANEL FOR THE ACTUAL
UNIT WIRING DIAGRAM AND SCHEMATIC.
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4) Indoor Return Air Grille Installation
There are three Indoor Return Air Grille options as shown in Figure 9. Choose the option that best suits your needs. Use the installation
instructions provided with accessories for installation details.
Figure 9
Return Air Grille Options
Option 1
VPRG4
Return Air Grille with Access Panel
A field-supplied (25" x 20") filter is
mounted inside the hinged access door.
Option 2
VPRG2
Return Air Grille
All Vert-I-Pak chassis are shipped with a 20" x 14"
filter installed. If an accessory filter holder is to be
used, you MUST remove the factory shipped filter
from the chassis. Do NOT use two filters
Unit requires a field-supplied
access door or panel and a
16" x 20" filter.
Notes:
A. These are the Friedrich recommended return air grille / filter / access panel arrangements. Consult the factory on other
arrangements. Improper return air arrangements will cause performance problems.
B. Return air arrangements are shown from the front, but can also be installed from the right or left side of the unit.
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5) Indoor Airflow Data
6) Chassis Installation
The Vert-I-Pak A series units must be installed with a free return air
configuration. The table below lists the indoor airflow at corresponding
static pressures. All units are shipped from the factory and are rated
at low speed.
NOTE: Prior to installing the chassis, ensure that the drain pan and
line are free from debris.
To change to high speed replace the low speed lead (blue) with the
high speed lead (black) on the blower relay.
.1” ESP
.2” ESP
.3” ESP
.4” ESP
VEA/VHA24K
Low
High
750
815
725
780
700
745
675
700
All values listed are inches
W.C. with a wet indoor coil
with filter installed.
A. Ensure that the wall plenum is installed in accordance with
the VPAWP1-8/1-14 Installation Manual.
B. Ensure that the VPDP1 drain pan is installed correctly (see
page 8). Using the 3/4" plugs supplied with the pan, plug
the unused condensate drain hole. Connect a drain to the
condensate exit location. Be sure to use teflon tape or
approved pipe sealant on all drain connections and plugs
(see page 8).
C. Place the chassis into the closet with the outdoor side
facing the wall plenum opening.
D. Slide the chassis into the wall plenum until the plenum
divider seal is established and the factory-installed chassis
to plenum gasket has sealed to the top flange of the
plenum. (See Figure 10)
Figure 10
Slide-in View / Chassis Installation
Chassis to
plenum gasket
The Vert-I-Pak chassis must be inserted into
the wall plenum so that the plenum divider
gasket makes contact with the condenser
baffle in the unit. The chassis will fit
approximately 2 3/ 8" into the wall plenum.
NOTE: Prior to installing the chassis,
ensure that the drain pan and line are free
from debris.
2 3/8
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7) Chassis Final Connections
With the chassis in place, you are now ready to begin chassis
connections:
A. Move the thermostat switches to "OFF" and "AUTO." This
will keep the thermostat from cycling the chassis until final
connections are complete.
B. Connect the ductwork onto the 10" collar. Plastic wireties (field
supplied) are suggested to secure the ductwork in place. Use
2 wire ties, one for each inner and outer flex duct sleeve.
RT2 Digital Thermostat
D. For 208 Volt power only: you must move the transformer wire
as shown in Figure 8, Page 9.
III. Chassis Operation
E. Review the Final Installation Checklist on Page 12 before
replacing the power quick disconnect, reconnecting power
to the chassis, plugging in the remote thermostat harness, or
operating the chassis.
9) Remote Thermostat Control
Electrical shock and moving parts hazard can cause injury
or death. If you have not done so, pull out the disconnect
head found on the front of chassis before continuing installation! Disconnect external power at the breaker.
8) Final Installation Checklist
12
o
Correct line voltage?
o
Chassis deck level?
o
Plenum divider baffle installed?
o
Wall plenum caulked? Level? Flashing?
o
HACR type breaker/fuse?
o
Single circuit only?
o
Ductwork connected?
o
Chassis weather seal in place?
o
Wall thermostat wired correctly?
o
Chassis inserted into plenum?
The chassis requires a simple single stage heat-cool wall thermostat.
Each chassis comes with a terminal strip located in the electrical
control box. All internal chassis wiring (low & high voltage) is factory
ready for 230 Volt operation. For 208 Volt operation a single wire
MUST BE CHANGED ON THE TRANSFORMER. Refer to Figure
8 on page 9.
10) Low Ambient Protection
Each chassis is equipped with Low Ambient Protection in the form of
a suction line thermostat. This thermostat will prevent compressor
operation at low suction line temperatures. Each chassis is also
equipped with a factory installed bellows that will drain water from
the base pan to prevent the fan slinger from freezing during winter
weather.
11) Heating Defrost (Heat Pump Models Only)
All Heat Pumps have a passive heating defrost system. Defrost
occurs as needed and automatically switches to electric heat during
defrost. When the outdoor ambient temperature drops below a 45°F
factory setting, the chassis automatically switches to electric heat.
As outdoor ambient temperatures rise above 45°F, the chassis
returns to the heat pump mode. The changeover temperature
is user adjustable from approximately 32°F - 55°F. The defrost
thermostat may also be used to lock out the compressor in an
emergency heat situation.
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12) Fresh Air Door
15) Routine Maintenance
The Fresh Air Door is an "intake" system. The fresh air door is
opened via a slide on the front of the chassis located just above
the indoor coil. Move the slide left to open and right to close the
fresh air door. The system is capable of up to 60 CFM of fresh air
@ ~.3" H20 internal static pressure.
Performing Routine Maintenance
13) Condensate Disposal System
The VPDP1 drain pan features two 3⁄4 female PVC fittings to
attach a drain connection to on the left or right side of the drain
pan. Condensate piping can be routed to the left, right or beneath
the unit platform.
See page 8 or the drain pan installation manual for more
information.
Part 1: The system’s first stage increases energy
efficiency utilizing a factory installed fan that slings
the cold condensate onto the hot outdoor coil.
Part 2: When high outdoor humidity prevents the slinger
from disposing of all the condensate, the excess
condensate overflows into the condensate drain
pan and out of the 3⁄4" internal drain connections.
Part 3: If Parts 1 & 2 fail for any reason, excess
condensate overflows from a spillway directly into
the wall plenum to the outside of the building. IF
THIS OCCURS, THIS IS YOUR WARNING THAT
THE CHASSIS OR DRAIN NEEDS SERVICING.
IV. Service & Warranty
14) Servicing / Chassis Quick Changeouts
The chassis is designed for quick disconnect and change out. For
minor electrical service, the control box cover lifts straight up after
the screws & disconnect head are removed. For major electrical,
refrigeration and fan service the chassis may be removed from
utility closet.
With the proper maintenance and care, your system will operate
economically and dependably. Maintenance can be accomplished
easily by referring to the following directions. However, before
performing any maintenance, consider these important safety
precautions:
WARNING: Electrical Shock Hazard. Before attempting any service
work or routine maintenance, turn off all electrical connections to
the unit. Failure to do so may result in property damage, personal
injury and/or death.
CAUTION: Although great care has been taken to minimize sharp
edges in the construction of your unit, be extremely careful when
handling parts or reaching into the unit.
Replace Air Filter
A dirty air filter reduces the efficiency of your Vert-I-Pak and
allows lint and dirt to accumulate on the indoor-air coil. Lint and
dirt on the indoor-air coil can damage your unit and void the
warranty. The air filter should be replaced as it becomes dirty.
To replace the filter (chassis mounted return air filter):
1. Slide the filter clear of the filter rails.
2. Remove the filter.
3. Install new disposable filter.
CAUTION: Do not operate your system without a filter in place,
nor block the front of the unit return air opening.
Inspect and Clean Indoor-air Coil
Eventually, minor amounts of lint and dirt may pass through the
filter and collect on the indoor-air coil. These minor accumulations
can be carefully vacuumed away with a brush attachment on
a vacuum cleaner. Care must be taken to avoid bending the
aluminum fins on the coil. Bent fins should be straightened using
a special fin tool available from most HVAC service technicians.
Inspect Outdoor-air Intake and Exhaust
C. Disconnect the thermostat wiring harness.
The unit’s outdoor-air intake and outdoor-air exhaust paths must
remain clear. Check the OA exhaust frequently. Keep it free of all
debris, snow, or ice. The OA intake should also be kept free of
obstructions. Blocking the OA exhaust or OA intake opening will
reduce the efficiency of your unit, could damage it, and may void
your warranty.
D. Disconnect the electrical connection.
Inspect and Clean Condensate Drain
To Remove the Chassis from the Closet:
A. Switch the wall Thermostat off.
B. Pull the Power Disconnect located in the front of the chassis.
E. Disconnect the ductwork.
F. Slide the chassis out of the wall plenum.
G. Lift the chassis out of the utility closet.
Electrical shock and moving parts hazard can cause injury
or death. Pull out the disconnect head found on the front
of the chassis before servicing.
The condensate drain must be routed to a suitable drainage
area. Check the unit condensate drain periodically. Keep it free of
anything that may block or impede the flow of condensate water.
If there is any accumulation of foreign matter in the drain pipe, it
should be removed and cleaned. The entire drain line must be
protected from freezing.
16) Warranty
All service work must be done by a qualified servicer. See Warranty
on the next page, and consult your dealer or contractor for details
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FRIEDRICH AIR CONDITIONING CO.
Post Office Box 1540 · San Antonio, Texas 78295-1540
(210) 357-4400 · FAX (210) 357-4480
VERT- I-PAK® A SERIES SINGLE PACKAGE VERTICAL AIR CONDITIONERS
LIMITED WARRANTY
SAVE THIS CERTIFICATE. It gives you specific rights, you may also have other rights which may vary from state to state and province
to province.
In the event that your unit needs servicing, contact your nearest authorized service center. If you do not know the nearest service center,
ask the company that installed your unit or contact us - see address and telephone number below. To obtain service and/or warranty parts
replacement, you must notify an authorized FRIEDRICH Air Conditioning Co. service center, distributor, dealer, or contractor of any defect
within the applicable warranty period.
When requesting service: please have the model and serial number from your unit readily available.
Unless specified otherwise herein, the following applies:
FRIEDRICH VERT-I-PAK A SERIES VERTICAL AIR CONDITIONERS AND HEAT PUMPS
LIMITED WARRANTY - FIRST YEAR (Twelve (12) months from the date of installation). Any part found to be defective in the material
or workmanship will be repaired or replaced free of charge by our authorized service center during the normal working hours; and
LIMITED WARRANTY - SECOND THROUGH FIFTH YEAR (Sixty (60) months from the date of installation). ON THE SEALED
REFRIGERATION SYSTEM. Any part of the sealed refrigeration system that is defective in material or workmanship will be repaired or
replaced free of charge (excluding freight charges) by our authorized service center during normal working hours. The sealed refrigeration
system consists of the compressor, metering device, evaporator, condenser, reversing valve, check valve, and the interconnecting tubing.
These warranties apply only while the unit remains at the original site and only to units installed inside the continental United
States, Alaska, Hawaii, Puerto Rico and Canada. The warranty applies only if the unit is installed and operated in accordance with
the printed instructions and in compliance with applicable local installation and building codes and good trade practices.
For international warranty information, contact the Friedrich Air Conditioning Company - International Division.
Any defective part to be replaced must be made available to FRIEDRICH in exchange for the replacement part. Reasonable proof must
be presented to establish the date of install, otherwise the beginning date of this certificate will be considered to be our shipment date plus
sixty days. Replacement parts can be new or remanufactured. Replacement parts and labor are only warranted for any unused portion
of the unit’s warranty.
We will not be responsible for and the user will pay for:
1. Service calls to:
A) Instruct on unit operation. B) Replace house fuses or correct house wiring. C) Clean or replace air filters. D) Remove the unit
from its installed location when not accessible for service required. E) Correct improper installations.
2. Parts or labor provided by anyone other than an authorized service center.
3. Damage caused by:
A) Accident, abuse, negligence, misuse, riot, fire, flood, or acts of God. B) Operating the unit where there is a corrosive atmosphere
containing chlorine, fluorine, or any damaging chemicals (other than in a normal residential environment). C) Unauthorized alteration or repair of the unit, which in turn affects its stability or performance. D) Failing to provide proper maintenance and service. E)
Using other than a “Seacoast Protected” unit in a coastal environment. F) Using an incorrect power source. G) Faulty installation
or application of the unit.
We shall not be liable for any incidental, consequential, or special damages or expenses in connection with any use or failure
of this unit. We have not made and do not make any representation or warranty of fitness for a particular use or purpose and
there is no implied condition of fitness for a particular use or purpose. We make no expressed warranties except as stated in
this certificate. No one is authorized to change this certificate or to create for us any other obligation or liability in connection
with this unit. Any implied warranties shall last for one year after the original purchase date. Some states and provinces do not
allow limitations on how long an implied warranty or condition lasts, so the above limitations or exclusions may not apply to you. The provisions of this warranty are in addition to and not a modification of or subtraction from the statutory warranties and other rights and remedies
provided by law.
In case of any questions regarding the provisions of this warranty, the English version will govern.
Rev 9-03
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920-159-01 (10-03)
IV. Vert-I-Pak Accessories
MODEL
DESCRIPTION
VPAWP1-8
WALL PLENUM Two-part sleeve that telescopes in and
out from 5 1/2" to 8" in depth. The wall plenum sits inside
the exterior wall penetration.
DIMENSIONS: 30 3/8" high x 24 1/8" wide.
CUTOUT DIMENSIONS: 30 7/8" high x 24 5/8" wide.
VPAWP1-14
Same as VPAWP1-8, but telescopes 8" to 14" as required.
VPAL2
ARCHITECTURAL LOUVER Extruded aluminum louver
that attaches to the outdoor section of the wall plenum.
DIMENSIONS: 31 1/16" high x 25 9/16" wide.
VPSC2
Same as VPAL2 but can be ordered in a special color to
match the exterior wall.
RT2
PHOTO
DIGITAL THERMOSTAT Digital electronic thermostat with
"one touch" adjustment. Mounts to wall for control of unit.
VPRG4
ACCESS PANEL / RETURN AIR GRILLE – Serves as
an access panel to chassis and interior return air grille.
A Þeld-supplied (25" x 20") Þlter is mounted inside the
hinged access door.
DIMENSIONS: 58" high x 29" wide.
CUTOUT DIMENSIONS: 553/4" high x 27" wide.
VPRG2
RETURN AIR GRILLE – Interior return air grille that
hinges to allow a Þeld supplied (16" x 20") Þlter to slip
inside. Must be used when an access door / panel
already exists in closet.
DIMENSIONS: 18 7/16" high x 22 3/8" wide.
VPDP1
DRAIN PAN for VEA/VHA24 models. Drain pan may be
installed prior to chassis for easy installation/removal.
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FRIEDRICH AIR CONDITIONING CO.
Post Office Box 1540 · San Antonio, Texas 78295-1540
4200 N. Pan Am Expressway · San Antonio, Texas 78218-5212
(210) 357-4400 · Fax (210) 357-4480
www.friedrich.com
Printed in the U.S.A.
920-159-01 (10-03)
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