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DRICAL Owner's Manual - DrizAir® Dehumidfiers 115v Models: 1200, 2000, 2400 DRI-EAZ PRODUCTS, INC. 15180 Josh Wilson Road, Burlington, WA USA 98233 Fax: (360) 757-7950 Phone US: (360) 757-7776 www dn-eaz com 07-01486 А 04-04 Copyright 2004 Dri-Eaz Products, Inc. Owner's Manual Dri-Eaz DrizAir® Dehumidfiers 115-volt models: 1200, 2000, 2400 READ AND SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS A WARNING ik “ FIRE AND ELECTRIC SHOCK HAZARD Unit must be electrically grounded. Insert 3- prong plug on power cord directly into matching grounded receptacle. «Do not use adaptor Keep winng and motor dry. «Do not operate in standing water «Do not operate in rain or snow. «If electrical components become wet, allow them to dry before using. Read and understand manual before use. Use a 115V, 3-prong grounded connection 07-01480 А 04-04 Copyright 2004 Dri-Eaz Products, Inc. Do not use with an adapter Use and Operation INTRODUCTION DrizAir dehumidifiers reduce humidity in enclosed structural environments by removing water vapor from the air. With proper use, DrizAir dehumidifiers can help dry wet materials like carpet, carpet pad, floors, walls, building con- tents and more. Using DrizAir dehumidifiers may also prevent secondary damage caused by high humidity. For best results, we recommend you use DrzAir dehumidifiers with Dn-Eaz TurboDryer airmovers. The airmovers speed evaporation by lifting moisture into the air. How THE DRIZAIR DEHUMIDIFER Works DrizAir refrigerant dehumidifiers operate by pulling moist air in across a very cold evaporator core. The moisture condenses (freezes) on the coil. At inter- vals, the machine will go into defrost mode, warming the frost back to water. The water collects in a tray and leaves the unit through a drain hose or pump. IMPORTANT: Before moving the unit, make sure there's no water in the pump. See how to use the PURGE function under “How to use the touchpad con- troller” on page 3. SETTING UP A DRYING AREA Use in an enclosed space You should operate DrizAir dehumidifiers in an enclosed area, as this cre- ates a drying chamber. Close all doors, windows or areas that open to the outside to maximize the unit's water removal efficiency. Also, keep traffic though the drying chamber to a minimum. How to position the DrizAir dehumidifier - Place your DrizAir dehumidifier in the middle of a room away from walls and contents - Keep it away from anything that could prevent airflow into and out of the unit. Le lllustration of proper dehumidifier placement READ AND SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS CAUTION Do not operate DrizAir dehumidifiers at temperatures above 90°F (32°C). This can cause damage to both the machine and the structure's contents. Over-dried materi- als (especially wood products) may crack, shrivel, or discolor. Use of a dehumidifier in high-heat conditions will reduce its efficiency and the life of the machine. Managing temperature rise DrizAir dehumidifiers warm the air as they remove moisture. Optimal drying temperatures range from 68-85°F (20-29°C). The most accurate way to monitor temperature is with a thermo-hygrometer, however, you can use an indoor/outdoor thermometer to gauge temperature just make sure it's located in the center of the room away from the airflow of the dehumidifier. If the temperature rises to unsafe levels (over 90°F/32°C) you can use the structure's HVAC (air conditioning) system to bring the temperature down. Just set it to 80°F (27°C), and continue to operate the dehumidifier. If there's no HVAC system, call a Dri-Eaz at 888-867-3235, and a Technical Specialist help you find an appropriate solution. OPERATING YOUR DRIZAIR DEHUMIDIFIER Setup Place dehumidifier upright. If you transport a DrizAir dehumidifier in a hori- zontal position, set it upright (vertical) for at least 30 minutes before you turn it on. This is necessary because when the machine is horizontal, the oil from the compressor flows into the refrigerant coils reducing the ability of the dehumidifier to function. || Locate drainage system E Termos The Evolution LGR pump connects to a plastic drainage hose. On the | CORD DrizAir 1200 and 2000, you'll find the hose wrapped around the air outlet located on the back of the unit. On the 2400, its just below the outlet (see diagrams to left). Unwrap the entire hose (see caution below) and place the unattached end in a sink, drain, bucket even outside; anywhere that water can drain out safely. If you use a bucket or contained receptacle for water collection, check it regularly. CAUTION 5 == Ш | Uncoil and straighten the entire drain hose. Do not leave any of | portion of the hose coiled om the unit. Also check for kinks, or | | obstructions that would restrict the flow of water. Failure to do so DrizAir 2400 may cause a water backup in the pump resulting in leakage. CAUTION Plug in electrical cord Dust can cause UNIt to overheat Locate the electrical cord either on the top or back of the unit. The entire and shut down. line of DrizAir dehumidifiers runs on a 115-volt (15 amp) grounded outlet, Do not operate unit when dust or air- which is standard in most homes. For the DrizÆir 1200, 2000 and 2400, bome particles are present, such as dur- press the “on” button on the touchpad. ing sanding or spray-painting. If the unit experiences a loss of power, which can result from a power inter- Inspect and clean coils frequently ruption or overheating, we recommend you let the unit sit off for five minutes Read and understand manual before restarting. Otherwise it might shut off again. before use. 07-01480 А 04-04 Copyright 2004 Dri-Eaz Products, Inc. READ AND SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS How To UsE THE ToucHPAD CONTROL KEys The Touchpad on DrizAir dehumidifiers has one display and four keys. The normal display messages are: DEHUMIDIFIER OFF CMPRSR DELAY DEHUMIDIFIER ON PUMP PURGING TOTAL HRS DEFROST ON JOB HRS GET SERVICE ERO4 BPA En [UN DIE when you first plug in the unit, the touchpad display will cycle contin- uously through three messages: DEHUMIDIFER OFF, TOTAL HOURS, and JOB HOURS. ON-OFF. Press the ON-OFF key to tum the unit on or off. When Illustration of Touchpad tuming the machine on, usually the display reads CMPRSR DELAY and performs a numeral count down from a maximum of 60 seconds to 0. The compressor delay gives the machine time to warm up (when needed). If you dont see a compressor delay countdown, the machine is ready to go. Once the unit completes the CMPRSR DELAY, the display reads DEHUMIDIFIER ON, and continues to cycle between TOTAL HOURS, JOB HOURS and DEHUMIDIFIER ON. Press the ON-OFF key again to tum the unit off. The display will read DEHUMIDIFIER OFF O DISPLAY. Press the DISPLAY key to stop the display at DEHUMID- IFER ON or OFF, TOTAL HOURS, or JOB HOURS as it cycles. Press DISPLAY again to re-start the display cycle. How to change the language display CAUTION While in the change-language mode, pressing other keys can change the programming of the machine. Do NOT press other keys youre not instructed to press. Use the DISPLAY key to change the display language. Follow these steps: 1. Start with the unit unplugged. 2. While holding down the DISPLAY key, plug the unit in. The display reads ENGLISH. 3. To change to FRANCAIS, DEUTSCH, or ESPANOL, press the DISPLAY key or the CLEAR key. 4. When the desired language is shown in the display, unplug the unit, and the language is set. CLEAR. Press the CLEAR key to reset the JOB HOURS: 1. As the display cycles between DEHUMIDIFIER ON, JOB HOURS, OR TOTAL HOURS, press the DISPLAY key when JOB HOURS appears on the screen. That will make the display read JOB HOURS steadily. 2. Then press the CLEAR key to re-set the numerals to 00000. 3. Press DISPLAY again to re-start the display cycle. NOTE: the TOTAL HOURS reading cannot be re-set. 07-01488 A 04-04 Copyright 2004 Dri-Eaz Products, Inc. READ AND SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS PURGE. Press the PURGE key to empty water from the pump reservoir. During normal operation, the pump purges automatically A WARNING every six minutes, or whenever the reservoir is full. The display will read PUMP PURGING with a numeral countdown. To purge the pump manually: lll 1) Tum the power off using the OFF key, and let the unit sit wv plugged in for about 10 minutes. This allows water to drip from the coils. ELECTRIC SHOCK 2) Press PURGE to remove residual water. HAZARD Unplug unit before performing Other displays During normal operation, the temperature sensor detects frost forming on the Never use a water hose or pres- coils, causing a defrost cycle to start. The display will read DEFROST ON. sure washer to clean coils; water partment causing a shock cycle, the display returns to DEHUMIDIFIER ON. hazard. Error messages Follow cleaning instructions in When the display menu shows the error message "GET SERVICE," followed manual. by "ERO1" or another numeral, follow these steps: 1. Unplug the unit and then plug it back in. This may re-set the electronics. 2. If that does not fix the problem, try the solution (if one is listed) in the “Error Message Table” to the left. J. If that does not fix the problem, contact the Dri-Eaz Service Error Message Table Department at 868-867-3235. FR Problem with electronic . 1235 control panel. Contact Dri- Mai nte nance Eaz Service at 888-867- 6 3233. MAINTENANCE INTERVALS ER 4 Check the temperature or sensor cable, contact A WARNING °Ш Service for instructions ELECTRIC SHOCK HAZARD 838-867-3235. Unplug any DrizAir dehumidifier before performing maintenance. ER 8 Check the touchpad key. Press and release each Before Each Use key several times. - Inspect the electrical cord for damage. Look for fraying, cuts, etc. Do not use the unit if you find any. Call Dri-Eaz for the nearest Service Center 888-867-3235. ER 9 Check for obstructions or = Inspect filter. Look for accumulated dust and dirt that would restrict airflow kinks in the drain hose. through the filter into the unit. If any is visible, vacuum out the debris. Do not wash the filter, as it will reduce the effectiveness of the electrostatic material. IMPORTANT: Replace the filter whenever » It has been vacuumed clean 3 times * It has been used on a meld remediation job Monthly Remove housing, in order to locate the coils, catch basin, float shaft, and drain hose. 07-01486 А 04-04 Copyright 2004 Dri-Eaz Products, Inc. READ AND SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS « Check coils, and clean when visibly dirty (see diagram 1). Dirty coils can cause the unit to overheat. 1. Unplug unit 2. Remove housing, locate coils and allow coils to dry if wet. 3. Vacuum both sides of the coils until clean, being careful not to let the nozzle touch the fins; as that may cause damage by bending them. = Check catch basin tray. and clean when dirt and debris are present. 1. Wipe clean with a rag. « Check drain hose. 1. Look for obstructions. Disconnect and clear any debris present. 2. Reattach gravity drain hose. Annually Have ihe pump system inspecied. 1. Call a the Dri-Eaz Service Department, and they'll help locate a service center near you 888-867-3235. 2. To inspect the pump system yourself, use the detailed instructions located at www. dri-eaz com in the Service section. Once there, click “repairs” on the left menu and select Troubleshoot a leaking pump. Be sure to follow the directions specific to the model you own. If you have questions as you go through the process, call a Dri- Eaz Service associate for assistance at 888-867-3233. Diagram 1 lag Diagram 2 DrizAir 1200 DrizAir 2000/2400 mg Re + LEE à 2) EL J 07-01-4806 À 04-04 Copyright 2004 Dri-Eaz Products, Inc. TROUBLESHOOTING For any problems not listed below, call your local distributor or contact our Service Department toll free at 888-867-3235. PROBLEM CAUSE SOLUTION Unit does not operate No power to machine Plug in the unit; check power at outlet. Switch not turned on Tum on switch. Compressor will not start Unit needs 5 minutes before restart Switch off unit, wait 5 minutes before starting. Overload preventing start up Reduce room temperature below 90°F (32°C). Blower wheel not tuming Obstructed blower Remove obstruction. Loose blower wheel set screw Tighten Screw. Unit operating, but room not dry Not enough time to dry Allow more time for drying. Poor air movement in room Increase aimovement with TurboDryers. Excessive air infiltration Reduce airflow into the area being dried. Unit continuously in defrost Room temperature too low Increase room temperature. Unit collects little water Room air is dry Check humidity with hygrometer. Room temperature too low Increase the room temperature. Airflow through unit restricted Check filter and coils, clean if debris. Pump does not function Stuck float valve Clean float valve shaft. SPECIFICATIONS MODEL DRIZAIR 1200, F203 CONTROLS TOUCHPAD DrizAir TYPE STANDARD REFRIGERANT [HOUR METER YES 1200 HEIGHT 32" (83 CM) WATER PUMP-OUT — |CENTRIFUGAL WIDTH 20" (50 CM) DRAIN HOSE LENGTH |40 FT (122 M} " DEPTH 19.5" (50 СМ) AIR FILTER IM HIGH AIRFLOW® USE WEIGHT 60 18 (36 КС) WHEELS SEMI-PNEUMATIC WATER REMOVAL MAX [122 PT/DAY (58 L) HANDLE TELESCOPING WATER REMOVAL AHAM [64 PT/DAY (30 Г.) HOUSING ROTOMOLDED OPERATING RANGE 33°-100° F(1°-38°C) [POWER 115V 6.4 AMPS COMPRESSOR TYPE 6,670 BTU ROTARY CORD LENGTH 25 FT (7.6 M) DEFROST TYPE HOT-GAS BYPASS SAFETY MARKS UL, C-UL PROCESS AIR 227 CFM (386 CMH) DrizAir 2000 LOW GRAIN REFRIGERANT |HOUR METER YES " (50 СМ) DRAIN HOSE LENGTH [40 FT (12.2 MI) USE WEIGHT 137 LB (БО Кб) WHEELS SEMI-PNEUMATIC TER REMOVAL MAX 4PTIDAY (106 L) HANDLE FIXED METAL j TING RANGE 33° 100° F(1°-38°C) — [POWER 115V 8 AMPS PROCESS AIR 360 CFM (511 CMH) DrizAir MODEL DRIZAIR 2400, F246 CONTROLS TOUCHPAD 2400 TYPE [OW GRAIN REFRIGERANT [HOUR METER YES HEIGHT 47" (119 CM) WATER PUMP-OUT CENTRIFUGAL WIDTH 24" (61 СМ) DRAIN HOSE LENGTH [40 FT (22M) DEPTH 27" (63 CM) AIR FILTER 3M HIGH AIRFLOW* USE WEIGHT 167 LB (73 KG) WHEELS SEMI-PNEUMATIC WATER REMOVAL MAX — [220 PT/DAY (1141) HANDLE ROTOMOLD METAL WATER REMOVAL AHAM |148 PT/DAY (701) HOUSING ROTOMOLDED OPERATING RANGE 33° 100° F(1°-35°C) — [POWER 115V 11 AMPS COMPRESSOR TYPE 13.315 BTU ROTARY CORD LENGTH 75 FT (7.6 M) DEFROST TYPE HOT-GAS BYPASS SAFETY MARKS UL, C-UL PROCESS AIR 360 CFM (517 CMA) 07-01480 А 04-04 Copyright 2004 Dri-Eaz Products, Inc.
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