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Friedrich SH20L30-A User's Manual
Service & Parts Manual
2005
Room Air Conditioners
50 & 60 Hz Models
SH15L30-A
SH20L30-A
SH20L50-A
HG-SVC-PRTS-05 (4-05)
TABLE OF CONTENTS
PAGE
Specifications ................................................................................................................................... 3
Performance Data ............................................................................................................................ 3
Component Operation & Testing ...................................................................................................... 4
Compressors .................................................................................................................................... 4
Thermal Overload ............................................................................................................................ 4
Checking Compressor Efficiency...................................................................................................... 5
Fan Motor ......................................................................................................................................... 5
Solid State Relay .............................................................................................................................. 5
System Control Switch .................................................................................................................... 6
Run Capacitor................................................................................................................................... 6
Thermostat ....................................................................................................................................... 6
Low Ambient Bypass Valve .............................................................................................................. 8
Sealed Refrigeration System Repairs .............................................................................................. 8
Hermetic Component Replacement ................................................................................................. 9
Special Procedure in the case of Compressor Motor Burn-Out ...................................................... 9
Rotary Compressor Special Troubleshooting & Service ................................................................ 10
Refrigerant Charge ......................................................................................................................... 10
Troubleshooting
.................................................................................................................. 11-13
Wiring Diagram ............................................................................................................................... 14
Cabinet Parts Diagram .................................................................................................................. 15
Chassis Parts Diagram .................................................................................................................. 16
Parts List .................................................................................................................................... 17-19
2
26
34
26
19800/19500
20000
SH20L50
15/16
15/16
25 15/16
17 15/16
17 15/16
SH20L50
27 3/8
27 3/8
27
3/8
9 3/16
9 3/16
9
3/16
Depth
Hood to
Louvers
3 1/16
3 1/16
3
1/16
Minimum
Extension
Into
Room
10.2
10.0/10.9
7.9/8.7
Amps
AHAM
Dimensions (Inches)
220/240
230/208
230/208
Depth
Overall
123
125
206
16 15/16
16 15/16
16
15/16
Minimum
Extension
Outside
2342
2200/2167
1765/1765
Watts
-
196
129
27 7/8
27 7/8
27
7/8
Min.
42
42
42
Max.
Window Width
(Inches)
8.5
9.0/9.0
8.5/8.5
EER
MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE RATING FOR CLASS I, DIVISION 2, GROUPS A,B,C,D
18 3/16
18 3/16
16
3/16
26
250V - 15A
250V - 15A
250V - 15A
Volts - Amps
Circuit Rating
Breaker or
T - D Fuse
8-way
8-way
8-way
10.2
10.1
8.2
166
166
140
Net
179
179
152
Shipping
Weight
(Lbs.)
425
375
375
CFM
Room Side Air
Circulation
-
271
258
Discharge
Amps
Cool
-
-
-
Amps
Heat
-
-
-
Locked
Rotor
Amps
ELECTRICAL RATINGS
OPERATING TEMPERATURE CODE T3B
26 3/16
26 3/16
3/16
Width
-
75
76
Suction
OPERATING
PRESSURES
Air Direction
Controls
-
28
98
SubCooling
Thru-The-Wall
Finished Hole
(Inches)
5.7
5.7
4.0
(Pints/ Hr.)
Moisture
Removal
-
8
16
Super
Heat
Height
-
97
108
Liquid
Temp
Energy
Efficiency
Ratio AHAM
-
52
61
Due to continuing engineering research and technology, specifications are subject to change without notice.
Manufactured under U.S. Design Patent DES 368, 306 decorative front; Utility Patent 5, 622, 058
MAXIMUM outdoor ambient operating temperature is 130°F (54°C).
25 15/16
15
SH15L30
25
Width
Height
SH20L30
Model
59
46
56
CONDENSER
Discharge Suction
TEMP.
Temp
Temp
DEG. F
Electrical Characteristics (60 Hertz)
49
46
52
Volts Rated
Installation Information
15000/15000
SH20L30
(BTU/Hr.- AHAM)
SH15L30
Model
Cooling Capacity
Product Specifications
SH20L50-A
54
46
SH20L30-A
50 Hz Model
54
SH15L30-A
60 Hz Models
E(out)
E(in)
Discharge
Air
Temp.
Drop F.
EVAPORATOR
TEMP. DEG. F
EVAPORATOR AIR
TEMP. DEG. F
Performance Data: Cooling
3
34
39.0
28.5
Charge
in OZ.
R-22
REF.
434
357
363
Evap
CFM
1200
1100
1100
Motor
RPM
20
20
15
60 Hertz
Amps
BREAKER
FUSE
COMPONENT OPERATION AND TESTING
FIGURE 2 COMPRESSOR WINDING TEST
WARNING
DISCONNECT ELECTRICAL POWER TO THE
UNIT BEFORE SERVICING OR TESTING
COMPRESSORS
Compressors are single phase, 208/230 volt. All
compressor motors are permanent split capacitor
type, using only a running capacitor across the start
and run terminal.
All compressors are internally spring mounted and
externally mounted on rubber isolators.
Line Voltage Overload
The compressor is equipped with an internal line
voltage overload. This overload is embedded in the
windings of the motor to sense the motor temperature.
The overload will open and disconnect the power to the
motor due to high temperatures caused by:
Testing Procedures
1.
Terminal "C" and "S" - no continuity - open
winding - replace compressor.
2.
Terminal "C" and "R" - no continuity - open
winding - replace compressor.
3.
Terminal "R" and "S" - no continuity open
winding - replace compressor.
4.
Terminal "C" and the shell of the compressor
– continuity – grounded motor – replace
compressor.
5.
Should continuity exist between terminals
"R" and "S", but not between terminals
"C" and "S" and "C" and "R", the internal
overload may be open. If the compressor
is extremely hot, allow it sufficient time to
cool. It may require as long as one hour for
the compressor to cool sufficiently for the
internal overload to close.
1. A locked rotor.
2. Excessive running amps.
3. High discharge temperature.
4. Low refrigerant charge.
FIGURE 1 INTERNAL OVERLOAD
LINE BREAK
INTERNAL OVERLOAD
OHMMETER
COMPRESSOR WINDING TEST (Figure 2.)
Remove the compressor terminal box cover and
disconnect the wires from the terminals. Using an
ohmmeter, check continuity across the following:
4
GROUND TEST
FAN MOTOR (Figure 4)
Use an ohmmeter set on its highest scale. Touch one
lead to the compressor body (clean point of contact,
as a good connection is a must) and the other probe
in turn to each compressor terminal. (See Figure 3.)
If a reading is obtained, the compressor is grounded
and must be replaced.
A 230 volt single phase permanent split capacitor motor
is used to drive the evaporator blower and condenser
fan. A running capacitor is wired across the start and
run terminals of the motor.
The motor is totally enclosed and is protected with a line
voltage overload located internally of the motor. The
motor shaft is stainless steel to resist corrosion.
FIGURE 3 TYPICAL GROUND TEST
FIGURE 4 FAN MOTOR
FAN MOTOR – TEST
CHECKING COMPRESSOR EFFICIENCY
The reason for compressor inefficiency is normally
due to broken or damaged suction and/or discharge
valves, reducing the ability of the compressor to pump
refrigerant gas.
This condition can be checked as
follows:
1. Install a piercing valve on the suction and
discharge or liquid process tube.
2. Attach gages to the high and low sides of
the system.
3. Start the system and run a "cooling or
heating performance test."
Disconnect power to the unit.
1. Determine that the capacitor is serviceable.
2. Disconnect the black lead from the circuit
board.
3. Apply "live" test cord leads to the common
terminal of the capacitor and the black lead.
The motor should run at high speed.
SOLID STATE RELAY (Figure 5)
Two 50 amp rated 208/230 volt solid state relays
are used to energize the compressor and fan motor.
Terminals 3 and 4 are the 208/230 volt line side.
Terminals 1 and 2 are load side contacts.
FIGURE 5 SOLID STATE RELAY
If test shows:
Line side
A. Below normal high side pressure.
B. Above normal low side pressure.
C. Low temperature difference across the coil.
Load side
The compressor valves are faulty
- replace the compressor.
LED indicates
contacts closed
when lit
5
SYSTEM CONTROL SWITCH (Figure 6)
CAPACITOR – TEST
This switch is double pole, single throw. Check for
continuity between terminals 2 and 3, and 5 and 6.
1.
Remove the capacitor from the unit.
2.
Check for visual damage such as bulges, cracks,
or leaks.
3.
For dual rated capacitors, apply an ohmmeter lead
to the common (C) terminal and the other probe to
the compressor (HERM) terminal. A satisfactory
capacitor will cause a deflection on the pointer,
then gradually move back to infinity.
4.
Reverse the leads of the probe and momentarily
touch the capacitor terminals. The deflection of the
pointer should be two times that of the first check
if the capacitor is good.
5.
Repeat steps 3 and 4 to check the fan motor
capacitor.
FIGURE 6 SWITCH, ON-OFF
CAPACITOR, RUN
A run capacitor is wired across the auxiliary and main
winding of a single phase permanent split capacitor
motor such as the compressor and fan motors. A single
capacitor can be used for each motor or a dual rated
capacitor can be used for both.
The capacitor’s primary function is to reduce the
line current while greatly improving the torque
characteristics of a motor. The capacitor also reduces
the line current to the motor by improving the power
factor of the load. The line side of the capacitor is
marked with a red dot and is wired to the line side of
the circuit (see Figure 7.)
FIGURE 7
RUN CAPACITOR HOOK–UP
COMPRESSOR
FAN
MOTOR
NOTE: A shorted capacitor will indicate a low
resistance and the pointer will move more to the
“0” end of the scale and remain there as long as
the probes are connected. An open capacitor
will show no movement of the pointer when
placed across the terminals of the capacitor.
THERMOSTAT
A cross ambient
thermostat is used to
maintain the desired
comfort level. The
thermostat reacts only to a
change in temperature at the
bulb location.
Important to the
successful operation
of the unit is the position
of the sensing bulb in
relation to the evaporator
(see Figure 8).
FIGURE 8 SENSING
BULB LOCATION
RED DOT
RUN CAPACITOR
6
RANGE:
Thermostat
(Part No. 618-225-02)
60° F ( ± 2° ) to 90° F( ± 4° )
TEST
Remove the wires from the thermostat. Turn the
thermostat to its coldest position. Check to see if
there is continuity between the two terminals. Turn the
thermostat to its warmest position. Check continuity
to see if the thermostat contacts open.
Note: The temperature must be within the range listed
to check the thermostat. Refer to the troubleshooting
section in this manual for additional information on
thermostat testing.
7
LOW AMBIENT BYPASS VALVE (Figure 9)
The HazardGard unit is designed to operate at low
outside ambient temperatures. This is accomplished by
the use of a bypass valve installed in the refrigeration
circuit. The valve is connected between the discharge
line at the compressor and the suction process tube.
The valve responds to suction pressure which, when
reduced in the system, causes the valve to open and
bypass hot gas from the high pressure side to the low
pressure side of the system. The hot gas entering the
compressor mixes with the cool gas returned through
the suction line, thus increasing the suction pressure.
The valve is preset to open when the suction pressure
reaches 50 psig. This pressure setting cannot be
altered. The system can be operated at outdoor
temperatures as low as 45° F before the evaporator
coil will begin to accumulate frost.
To determine if the valve operates, block the return air
to the evaporator coil. Turn on the unit and touch the
tube at the bypass valve outlet which connects to the
suction process tube. When the low side pressure
reaches approximately 50 psig, the valve will begin
to open and the tube will get hot. This method will
determine if the valve is responding to the suction
pressure change.
SEALED REFRIGERATION SYSTEM
REPAIRS
EQUIPMENT REQUIRED:
1. Voltmeter
2. Ammeter
3. Ohmmeter
4. E.P.A Approved Refrigerant Recovery System
5. Vacuum Pump (capable of 200 microns or less
vacuum).
6. Acetylene Welder
7. Electronic Halogen Leak Detector (G.E. Type
H-6 or equivalent).
8. Accurate refrigerant charge measuring device
such as:
a. Balance Scales - 1/2 oz. accuracy
b. Charging Board - 1/2 oz. accuracy
9. High Pressure Gauge - (0-400 lbs.)
10. Low Pressure Gauge - (30" - 150 lbs.)
11. Vacuum Gauge - (0-1000 microns)
FIGURE 9
LOW AMBIENT Bypass
VALVE
8
EQUIPMENT MUST BE CAPABLE OF:
1.
Recovering CFC’s as low as 5%.
2.
Evacuation from both the high side and low side
of the system simultaneously.
3.
Introducing refrigerant charge into the high side of
the system.
4.
Accurately weighing the refrigerant charge actually
introduced into the system.
5.
Facilities for flowing nitrogen through the
refrigeration tubing during all brazing processes.
HERMETIC COMPONENT REPLACEMENT
The following procedure applies when replacing
components in the sealed refrigeration circuit or
repairing refrigerant leaks. (Compressor, condenser,
evaporator, capillary tube, refrigerant leaks, etc.)
1. Recover the refrigerant from the system at the
process tube located on the high side of the system
by installing a line tap on the process tube. Apply
the gauge from the process tube to EPA approved
gauges from the process tube to the EPA approved
recovery system. Recover the CFC’s in the system
to at least 5%.
2. Cut the process tube below the pinch off in the
suction side of the compressor.
3. Connect the line from the nitrogen tank to the
suction process tube.
4. Drift dry nitrogen through the system and unsolder
the more distant connection first. (Filter drier, high
side process tube, etc.)
5. Replace the inoperative component, and always
install a new filter drier. Drift dry nitrogen through
the system when making these connections.
6. Pressurize the system to 30 PSIG with proper
refrigerant and boost the refrigerant pressure to
150 PSIG with dry nitrogen.
7. Leak test the complete system with the electric
halogen leak detector, correcting any leaks
found.
8. Reduce the system to zero gauge pressure.
9. Connect the vacuum pump to the high side and
low side of the system with deep vacuum hoses,
or copper tubing. (Do not use regular hoses.)
10. Evacuate the system to an absolute holding
pressure of 200 microns or less.
NOTE: This procedure can be sped up by the
use of heat lamps, or by breaking the vacuum
with refrigerant or dry nitrogen at 5,000 microns.
Pressure system to 5 PSIG and leave in the system a minimum of 10 minutes. Recover refrigerant, and proceed with evacuation to a pressure
of 200 microns or a minimum of 10%.
11. Break the vacuum by charging the system from
the high side with the correct amount of refrigerant
specified. This will prevent boiling the oil out of the
crankcase.
NOTE: If the entire charge will not enter the high
side, allow the remainder to enter the low side
in small increments while operating the unit.
12. Restart the unit several times after allowing
pressures to stabilize. Pinch off the process tubes,
cut and solder the ends. Remove the pinch off tool,
and leak check the process tube ends.
SPECIAL PROCEDURES IN THE CASE OF
COMPRESSOR MOTOR BURNOUT
1. Recover all refrigerant and oil from the system.
2. Remove the compressor, capillary tube and filter
drier from the system.
3. Flush the evaporator, condenser and all connecting
tubing with dry nitrogen, or equivalent, to remove all
contamination from the system. Inspect the suction
and discharge lines for carbon deposits. Remove
and clean if necessary.
4. Reassemble the system, including a new drierstrainer and capillary tube.
5. Proceed with processing as outlined under hermetic
component replacement.
9
ROTARY COMPRESSOR SPECIAL
TROUBLESHOOTING AND SERVICE
REFRIGERANT CHARGE
Basically, troubleshooting and servicing rotary compressors is the same as on the reciprocating compressor with only a few exceptions.
1. The refrigerant charge is extremely critical. Measure
the charge carefully and as exactly as possible to
the nameplate charge.
1. Because of the spinning motion of the rotary, the
mounts are critical. If vibration is present, check
the mounts carefully.
2. The correct method for charging the rotary is to
introduce liquid refrigerant into the high side of the
system with the unit off. Then start the compressor
and enter the balance of the charge, gas only, into
the low side.
2. The electrical terminals on the rotary are in a
different order than the reciprocating compressors.
The terminal markings are on the cover gasket.
Use your wiring diagram to insure the correct
connections.
The introduction of liquid into the low side, without
the use of a capillary tube, will cause damage to
the discharge valve of the rotary compressor.
NOTE:
All inoperative compressors returned to Friedrich
must have all lines properly plugged with the
plugs from the replacement compressor.
10
TROUBLESHOOTING
PROBLEM
UNIT DOES NOT RUN.
POSSIBLE CAUSE
TO CORRECT
Power disconnected.
Check power source.
System switch in “Off”
position.
Set switch correctly.
Branch circuit fuse blown or
circuit breaker tripped.
Replace fuse, reset breaker. If repeats, check fuse
or breaker size. Check for shorts in unit wiring and
components.
Inoperative system switch.
Test for continuity.
Loose or disconnected wiring Check wiring and connections.
at switch.
Connect per wiring diagram.
EVAPORATOR COIL
FREEZES UP.
COMPRESSOR RUNS
CONTINUALLY.
DOES NOT CYCLE
OFF.
THERMOSTAT DOES
NOT TURN UNIT ON.
THERMOSTAT DOES
NOT TURN UNIT OFF.
Inoperative switch (On-Off).
Test for continuity, 3 and 2, 5 and 6.
Dirty Filter.
Clean as recommended in Owner’s Manual.
Restricted air flow.
Check for dirty or obstructed coil - clean as required.
Inoperative thermostat.
Test for shorted thermostat or stuck contacts.
Short of refrigerant.
De-ice coil and check for leak.
Partially restricted capillary.
De-ice coil. Check temperature differential across coil.
Touch test coil return bends for same temperature. Test for
low running current.
Inoperative fan motor.
Test and replace if inoperative.
Excessive heat load.
Test cooling performance of unit. Unit undersized.
Restriction in line.
Check for partially iced coil. Check temperature split
across coil.
Refrigerant leak.
Check for presence of oil on silver soldered connections.
Check for partially iced coil. Check split across coil.
Check for low running amperage.
Thermostat contacts stuck.
Check operation of thermostat. Replace if contacts
remain closed.
Loss of charge in thermostat
bulb.
Place jumper across thermostat terminals. If unit
operates, replace thermostat.
Loose or broken parts in
thermostat.
Check as above.
Incorrect wiring.
Connect per wiring diagram.
System switch open.
Test for continuity at switch terminals 2 and 3.
Thermostat set at coldest
point
Turn to highest temperature setting to see of unit will cycle
off.
Thermostat contacts stuck.
Disconnect power to the unit. Remove cover of thermostat
and check if contact is stuck, if so replace thermostat.
Switch (On - Off) shorted.
Test switch for open contacts at terminals 2 and 3 with
switch in “Off” position.
11
TROUBLESHOOTING (Continued)
PROBLEM
POSSIBLE CAUSE
TO CORRECT
Compressor attempts to start
before system pressures are
equalized.
Allow a minimum of two (2) minutes to allow pressures to
equalize before attempting to start.
COMPRESSOR
ATTEMPTS TO
START, OR RUNS
FOR SHORT
PERIODS ONLY.
Low or fluctuating voltage.
Check voltage with unit operating. Check for other
appliances on the circuit. Unit should be on separate
circuit for proper voltage, and be fused separately.
Incorrect wiring.
Connect per wiring diagram.
Shorted or incorrect capacitor.
Check by substituting a known good capacitor of correct
rating.
CYCLES ON
OVERLOAD.
Restricted or low air flow through
condenser coil.
Check for proper fan speed or blocked condenser.
Compressor running abnormally
hot.
Check for kinked discharge line or restricted condenser.
Check amperage.
Overload opens too soon.
Change compressor if all other corrections above are
normal.
Thermostat contacts not closing.
Check continuity of thermostat at coldest setting. Jump
contacts, if compressor runs, replace thermostat.
COMPRESSOR
DOES NOT START FAN MOTOR RUNS.
DOES NOT COOL,
OR COOLS ONLY
SLIGHTLY.
12
Low voltage supply.
Check for nameplate voltage.
Switch (On-Off) inoperative.
Test for continuity.
Open capacitor.
Check by substituting a known good capacitor of correct
rating.
Internal overload open.
Check voltage at compressor terminals. If voltage is
satisfactory, replace compressor.
Relay open
Replace relay
Open or shorted compressor
windings
Check windings for continuity and resistance. Direct test
compressor. If direct test fails, replace compressor.
Thermostat open or inoperative.
Set to coldest position. Test thermostat and replace if
necessary.
Dirty air filter.
Clean as recommended in Owner’s Manual.
Dirty or plugged condenser or
evaporator coil.
Use steam or detergents to clean.
Poor air circulation in area being
cooled.
Adjust air louvers.
Low capacity - undercharge.
Clean, check for leak and make repair.
Compressor not pumping
properly.
Check amperage draw against nameplate. If not
conclusive, make pressure test.
TROUBLESHOOTING (Continued)
PROBLEM
FAN MOTOR DOES
NOT RUN.
POSSIBLE CAUSE
TO CORRECT
Defective switch (On-Off).
Check continuity across terminals 2 and 3.
Fan capacitor open.
Check by substituting a known good capacitor of the
same rating.
Inoperative fan motor.
Direct test fan motor.
Incorrect wiring of fan circuit.
Connect per wiring diagram.
Relay open.
Replace Relay.
Check for seized motor bearings. Rotate by hand, add oil, if noisy, replace.
Bound fan blade or blower wheel. Adjust for proper clearance.
SWITCH (ON-OFF)
DOES NOT CUT
FAN MOTOR OFF.
NOISY AND/OR
VIBRATION.
WATER LEAKS
INTO ROOM.
OUTSIDE WATER
LEAKS.
Selector Switch Relay
Replace selector switch. Replace relay.
Poor installation.
Refer to Installation Instructions for proper installation.
Fan blade striking chassis.
Adjust motor mount to attain proper fan blade and
blower wheel clearance.
Compressor vibrating.
Check for deteriorated compressor grommets, or
missing mounting parts.
Loose cabinet parts, improperly
mounted components, tubing
rubbing.
Adjust and tighten as required.
Evaporator drain pan
overflowing.
Clean obstructed drain trough.
Condensation forming on bottom Evaporator drain pan broken or cracked. Reseal or
of base pan.
replace.
Water dripping from discharge
air grilles.
Dirty evaporator coil, or extremely high humidity
conditions. Clean coil with steam or detergent.
Evaporator drain pan cracked or
obstructed.
Repair and clean, or replace as required.
Water in center section of base
pan (compressor area).
Remove condenser shroud, Clean and remove old
sealer from base pan and shroud. Apply new sealer,
reinstall and check.
Dirty Condenser coil.
Clean with steam or detergent.
Fan blade and slinger ring
improperly positioned.
Adjust fan blade to 1/2" clearance from condenser coil.
13
WIRING DIAGRAM
MODELS SH15L30-A, SH20L30-A, SH20L50-A
14
HAZARDGARD CABINET PARTS
15
HAZARDGARD CHASSIS PARTS
16
HAZARDGARD PARTS LIST
MODELS
ELECTRICAL PARTS
1
COMPRESSOR
61193549
1
COMPRESSOR
61193550
1
COMPRESSOR
61193565
2
MOTOR, FAN
61871426
2
MOTOR, FAN
61871427
CODE
SH20L50-A
PART NO#
SH20L30-A
DESCRIPTION
SH15L30-A
REF
1
600
1
600
1
1
600
110
1
110
2
MOTOR, FAN
61871450
1
110
5
SWITCH, ON-OFF DPST
60935300
1
1
1
130
*
INSULATOR, ELECTRICAL
61829700
1
1
1
399
399
*
RELAY, SOLID STATE
61108800
2
2
2
6
THERMOSTAT
61825502
1
1
1
120
7
CAPACITOR 20/7.5 440 V.
61080546
1
1
1
150
7
CAPACITOR 25/7.5 440 V
61080547
1
1
1
150
*
HARNESS, WIRE, COMP.
61821308
1
1
1
399
MODELS
REFRIGERATION PARTS
9
EVAPORATOR COIL
61850100
9
EVAPORATOR COIL
61850001
10
CONDENSER COIL
62050400
10
CONDENSER COIL
62050401
DRIER, LIQUID
60308101
1
CAPILLARY TUBE
01390005
1
CAPILLARY TUBE
03760518
VALVE, BY-PASS
60809500
*
CODE
SH20L50-A
PART NO#
SH20L30-A
DESCRIPTION
SH15L30-A
REF
1
1
1
1
410
1
1
480
2
2
471
1
1
520
1
400
1
1
400
410
471
17
HAZARDGARD PARTS LIST
CHASSIS PARTS
26
MODELS
SHROUD, CONDENSER
61803601
26
SHROUD, CONDENSER
61804901
27
BRACE, COND.SHROUD
61802600
3
22
FAN BLADE, COND.
60542003
1
22
FAN BLADE, COND.
60542004
23
BLOWER WHEEL, EVAP.
60610616
23
BLOWER WHEEL, EVAP.
60610617
30
SCROLL
61814905
30
SCROLL
61817505
29
BLOWER FRONT
61817300
29
BLOWER FRONT
61817400
35
PLENUM ASSEMBLY
61831005
17
DECORATIVE PANEL
61822602
11
KNOB, CONTROL
37
37
CODE
SH20L50-A
PART NO#
SH20L30-A
DESCRIPTION
SH15L30-A
REF
1
720
1
1
720
3
3
722
1
1
710
1
1
1
1
700
743
1
1
1
1
742
1
1
1
753
1
1
1
760
61493905
1
1
1
761
GRILLE, INTAKE
61808905
1
GRILLE, INTAKE
61811110
1
1
772
*
LATCH, INTAKE GRILLE
61989000
2
2
2
752
*
FILTER, AIR
60865808
1
*
FILTER, AIR
60865809
1
1
754
1
743
742
772
754
*
HOLDER, FILTER
61823000
2
2
2
756
8
HOLDER, THERMOSTAT
61829800
1
1
1
999
25
FAN MOTOR MOUNT
61802500
1
25
FAN MOTOR MOUNT
61804100
1
1
900
32
BASE PAN
61803414
1
1
1
730
DRAIN PAN, EVAP.
61803800
1
1
1
840
BOLT, COMP. MOUNT
91400400
3
3
3
791
GROMMET, COMP. MOUNT
01193549
3
3
3
790
36
OUTER SHELL
61825703
1
36
OUTER SHELL
61825704
1
1
*
REAR GRILLE
61803800
*
*
34
,
900
770
1
770
771
REAR GRILLE
61818801
1
1
771
40
ANGLE, WINGBOARD TOP
61819701
1
1
1
999
41
ANGLE,WINGBORD SIDE
61819801
2
2
2
999
1
1
1
999
38
WINGBOARD
60294408
38
WINGBOARD
60294409
*
BAG, ASSY. HARDWARE
60846016
1
1
1
999
*
GASKET, CHASSIS
61717301
1
1
1
780
*
DRAIN KIT, DC-2
01900235
1
1
1
*
START KIT, CAP.\RELAY
01900312
1
1
1
999
OPTIONAL ACCESSORY ITEMS
18
710
700
19
Use Factory Certified Parts.
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.
HG-SVC-PRTS-05 (4-05)
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