W415-2208 PSC Gas High Condo Pack
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INSTALLATION AND OPERATING
INSTRUCTIONS
THRU-THE-WALL PACKAGED UNIT
HIGH EFFICIENCY CONDENSING
GAS HEAT & ELECTRIC COOLING
CONFORMSTOANSI/ULSTD.1995,ANSISTD.Z21.47
CERTIFIEDTOCAN/CSASTD.C22.2NO.236,
CAN/CSASTD.2.3ANDCAN/CGASTD.2.17
CACM Revision B
9700539
WARNING
!
!
ELECTRICAL SHOCK, FIRE OR EXPLOSION
HAZARD
FAILURE TO FOLLOW SAFETY WARNINGS
AND INSTRUCTIONS EXACTLY COULD
RESULT IN SERIOUS INJURY, DEATH OR
PROPERTY DAMAGE.
IMPROPER INSTALLATION, ADJUSTMENT,
ALTERATION, SERVICE, OR MAINTENANCE
CAN CAUSE INJURY OR PROPERTY
DAMAGE. REFER TO THIS MANUAL.
INSTALLATION AND SERVICE MUST BE
PERFORMED BY A QUALIFIED INSTALLER,
SERVICE AGENCY, OR THE GAS SUPPLIER.
UNIT CONTAINS R-410A REFRIGERANT AND
POE COMPRESSOR OIL.
USE ONLY R-410A REFRIGERANT AND
APPROVED POE COMPRESSOR OIL.
PROPER SERVICE EQUIPMENT IS
REQUIRED. USE ONLY R-410A APPROVED
SERVICE EQUIPMENT.
FOR YOUR SAFETY, DO NOT STORE OR
USE GASOLINE OR OTHER FLAMMABLE
VAPORS AND LIQUIDS IN THE VICINITY OF
THIS OR ANY OTHER APPLIANCE. SUCH
ACTIONS COULD RESULT IN PROPERTY
DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY, OR DEATH.
!
CAUTION
!
INSTALLATION SHALL BE MADE IN
ACCORDANCE WITH THE REQUIREMENTS OF
THE LOCAL AUTHORITIES HAVING
JURISDICTION, AND WITH THE NATIONAL
FUEL GAS CODE, ANSI Z223.1 (LATEST
EDITION) AND THE NATIONAL ELECTRICAL
CODE IN THE UNITED STATES OR
CAN/CGA-B149.1 & .2 AND THE CANADIAN
ELECTRICAL CODE CSA C22.1 PART 1
(LATEST EDITION) IN CANADA.
ANY ALTERATION OF INTERNAL WIRING WILL
VOID CERTIFICATION AND WARRANTIES.
THE HIGHEST EFFICIENCY THRU-THE-WALL
SELF CONTAINED HEATING & COOLING UNIT
!
IMPORTANT
!
• Installationandservicemustbeperformedbyaqualified
installer,serviceagencyorthegassupplier.
• Beforeservicing,disconnectallelectricalpowertounit.
• Whenservicingcontrols,labelallwirespriortodisconnecting.
Reconnectwirescorrectly.
• Verifyproperoperationafterservicing.
• Donotstoreorusegasolineorotherflammablevaporsand
liquidsinthevicinityofthisoranyotherappliance.
• Afterinstallingtheunit,showuserlocationsofmainelectrical
disconnectswitchtoCondopackandhowtheunitcanbe
de-energizedusingswitch.
WHAT TO DO IF YOU SMELL GAS:
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Donottrytolightanyappliance.
Donottouchanyelectricalswitch;donotuseanyphoneinyourunit.
Leavetheunitimmediately.
Immediatelycallyourgassupplierfromaneighbor’sphone.
Followthegassupplier’sinstructions.
■ Ifyoucannotreachyourgassupplier,callthefiredepartment.
MANUFACTURERRESERVESTHERIGHTTODISCONTINUE,ORCHANGEATANYTIME,
SPECIFICATIONSORDESIGNSWITHOUTNOTICEANDWITHOUTINCURRINGOBLIGATIONS.
Wolf Steel Ltd�, 24 Napoleon Rd�, Barrie, ON, L4M 0G8 Canada /
103 Miller Drive, Crittenden, Kentucky, USA, 41030
Phone(866)820-8686•Fax(705)725-1150•www.napoleonheatingandcooling.com
•Email:[email protected]•
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
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1. MODEL NOMENCLATURE .........����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 3
2.OVERVIEW ..................................����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 3
3.SAFETY .......................................����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 4
3.1 SAFETY SYMBOLS AND WARNINGS ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 4
3.2 SAFETY RULES
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3.3 CODES ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 8
4.INSTALLATION ...........................����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 9
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.5
4.6
4.7
4.8
4.9
4.10
4.11
4.12
4.13
4.14
4.15
4.16
UNIT DIMENSIONS��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 10
UNIT LOCATION AND CLEARANCES ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 11
PACKAGED UNIT PREPARATION
������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 16
WALL SLEEVE ASSEMBLY ����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 17
UNIT SUPPORT ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 23
PACKAGED UNIT INSTALLATION
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DUCTWORK ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 25
CONDENSATE DRAIN CONNECTION �������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 27
VENTING AND COMBUSTION PIPING ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 29
GAS SUPPLY AND PIPING ����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 29
GAS CONNECTIONS
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GAS INLET PRESSURE
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LEAK TESTING
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PURGING GAS LINES
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CONVERSIONS ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 31
ELECTRICAL ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 34
5.1
5.2
5.3
5.4
FURNACE STARTUP
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FURNACE SHUTDOWN
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AIR CONDITIONING STARTUP
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AIR FLOW
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6.1
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
6.6
GENERAL SAFETY RULES ����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 48
COOLING CHASSIS
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AIR FILTER
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LUBRICATION
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GAS METER ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 50
ROUTINE MAINTENANCE ����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 50
7.1
7.2
7.3
7.4
7.5
7.6
FURNACE TROUBLESHOOTING CHART
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AIR CONDITIONING TROUBLESHOOTING
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ADJUSTING SYSTEM CHARGE
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DIAGNOSTIC CODES FOR STATUS LED
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FAULT CODE HISTORY
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INSTALLATION OF HIGH WIND WEDGE KIT �������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 55
5. STARTUP AND SHUTDOWN .....��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 44
6.MAINTENANCE ..........................��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 48
7.TROUBLESHOOTING ................��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 51
8. PSC REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 56
8.1 PSC CONDO PACK CABINET
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8.2 CACM - AIR CONDITIONING MODULE������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 58
8.3 CCGM - PSC HEATING MODULE
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9. OWNER’S SERVICE INFORMATION ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 64
10.WARRANTY ................................��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 65
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1. MODEL NOMENCLATURE
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S
BRAND
MODEL
C
HEAT
TYPE
040
HEAT
CAPACITY
P=Condo Pack
S=Single Packaged Vertical
R=Roof Top
P=Packaged Residential
C - Gas Condensing
S - Gas Standard
E - Electrical
H - Hydronic
D - Duct only (No heat)
i.e. PSD000A012A
G a s C o n d e n s i n g Gas Standard(80%)
Heat designation
Heat designation
000 - Duct Only
000 - Duct Only
015 - 15 000 Btu/h 026 - 26 000 Btu/h
030 - 30 000 Btu/h 038 - 38 000 Btu/h
040 - 40 000 Btu/h 051 - 51 000 Btu/h
050 - 50 000 Btu/h 064 - 64 000 Btu/h
E l e c t r i c H eat
H yd ro n i c H e at
Heat designation
Heat designation
000 - Duct Only
000 - Duct Only
005 - 5.0 kW
030 - 30 000 Btu/h
007 - 7.5 kW
042 - 42 000 Btu/h
010 - 10 kW
015 - 15 kW
A
COOLING
TYPE
018
COOLING
CAPACITY
A
REVISION
A, B, C...
Air Conditioning
000 - Blower Only
012 - 12 000 Btu/h / 1.0 Ton
018 - 18 000 Btu/h / 1.5 Ton
024 - 24 000 Btu/h / 2.0 Ton
030 - 30 000 Btu/h / 2.5 Ton
A - Air Conditioning - std. eff. Rev A
B - Air Conditioning - std. eff. Rev B
C - Air Conditioning - high eff.
H - Heat Pump - std. eff.
P - Heat Pump - high eff.
F - Blower Only (No Cool) i.e. PSC040F000A
Example:
PSC040B018A
- Condo Pack
- Single Packaged Vertical
- Condensing Gas heating 40k Btu/h
- Rev B AC 1.5 ton
- Rev A
2. OVERVIEW
These instructions cover the installation of the Condo Pack, which consists of four separate sections:
the wall sleeve, the cabinet, the air conditioning (AC) and the furnace modules. Instead of replacing the
complete system, the AC and furnace modules can be partially or fully removed for servicing. All control
harnesses are separated with modular quick disconnects, so module replacements do not require rewiring.
Both modules have been factory run-tested and ready for easy installation as a complete package. This
unit, equipped with a high efficiency furnace module, is certified as a Category IV direct vent central forced
air furnace.
These instructions are intended as an aid to the licensed service technician. Improper installation
may damage equipment, void the warranty, and can create a hazard, resulting in injury or death. Our
HVAC systems and components are designed to be installed by qualified HVAC technicians ONLY. The
installation of HVAC systems includes electrical, gas, and refrigerant connections and is regulated by
a multiple set of laws, codes and guidelines, at the federal, state and local levels. It is the installer’s
responsibility to install the product in accordance with all applicable codes and regulations. It is the home
owner’s responsibility to properly maintain the equipment. NO WARRANTY is offered for the products
that were installed by unlicensed/unauthorized persons. Failure to comply with this policy could lead to
violations of applicable laws that are punishable. Documentation and specifications are continuously
updated and subject to change. Please download the latest version of specifications and manuals at http://
www.napoleonheatingandcooling.com.
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3. SAFETY
Only trained service technicians familiar with standard service instructions and training materials should
attempt installation, service, and repair of these units. Improper installation, adjustment, alteration, service,
maintenance, or use can cause explosion, fire, electrical shock, or other conditions which may cause death,
personal injury, or property damage. For information and assistance, consult a qualified installer, service
agency, your distributor or branch.
Follow all safety codes. Wear safety glasses, protective clothing, and work gloves. Have fire extinguisher
available. Read instructions thoroughly and follow all warnings or cautions included in literature and
attached to the unit. Consult federal, provincial, state, and local codes for special requirements.
3.1
SAFETY SYMBOLS AND WARNINGS
UnderstandandpayparticularattentiontothewordsDANGER,WARNING,andCAUTIONandthefollowing
definedsymbolsareusedthroughoutthismanualtonotifythereaderofpotentialhazardsofvaryingrisklevels.
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DANGER
!
WARNING
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CAUTION
!
IMPORTANT
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INDICATES AN IMMINENTLY HAZARDOUS SITUATION WHICH, IF NOT AVOIDED, WILL
RESULT IN DEATH OR SERIOUS INJURY.
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INDICATES A POTENTIALLY HAZARDOUS SITUATION WHICH, IF NOT AVOIDED,
COULD RESULT IN DEATH OR SERIOUS INJURY.
!
INDICATESAPOTENTIALHAZARDOUSSITUATIONWHICH,IFNOTAVOIDED,MAY
RESULTINMINORORMODERATEINJURY.ITMAYALSOBEUSEDTOALERT
AGAINSTUNSAFEPRACTICES.
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SUGGESTS IMPORTANT PROCEDURE STEPS TO INSURE PROPER INSTALLATION,
RELIABILITY, OR OPERATION.
NOTE
HIGHLIGHTSSUGGESTIONSWHICHWILLRESULTINENHANCEDINSTALLATION,
RELIABILITY,OROPERATION.
H3.3.2.SafetySymbols
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!
WARNING
!
IF THE INFORMATION IN THESE INSTRUCTIONS IS NOT FOLLOWED EXACTLY, A FIRE OR
EXPLOSION MAY RESULT, CAUSING PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
FOR YOUR SAFETY
DO NOT STORE OR USE GASOLINE OR OTHER FLAMMABLE VAPORS AND LIQUIDS, OR
OTHER COMBUSTIBLE MATERIALS IN THE VICINITY OF THIS OR ANY OTHER APPLIANCE.
WHAT TO DO IF YOU SMELL GAS
• DO NOT TRY TO LIGHT ANY APPLIANCE.
• DO NOT TOUCH ANY ELECTRICAL SWITCH; DO NOT USE ANY PHONE IN YOUR UNIT.
• IMMEDIATELY CALL YOUR GAS SUPPLIER FROM A NEIGHBOR’S PHONE, OR A
CELLULAR PHONE FROM A LOCATION WELL AWAY FROM THE UNIT. FOLLOW THE GAS
SUPPLIER’S INSTRUCTIONS.
• IF YOU CANNOT REACH YOUR GAS SUPPLIER, CALL THE FIRE DEPARTMENT.
• DO NOT RE-ENTER THE UNIT UNTIL AUTHORIZED TO DO SO BY THE GAS SUPPLIER OR
THE FIRE DEPARTMENT.
IMPROPER INSTALLATION, ADJUSTMENT, ALTERATION, SERVICE OR MAINTENANCE CAN
CAUSE INJURY, PROPERTY DAMAGE OR LOSS OF LIFE. REFER TO THIS MANUAL.
INSTALLATION AND SERVICE MUST BE PERFORMED BY A QUALIFIED INSTALLER,
SERVICE AGENCY OR THE GAS SUPPLIER.
H3.3.3. GS_CP
!
WARNING
!
FOR PROPER AND SAFE OPERATION THE FURNACE NEEDS AIR FOR COMBUSTION AND
VENTILATION. DO NOT BLOCK OR OBSTRUCT AIR OPENINGS ON THE FURNACE, AIR
OPENINGS TO THE AREA IN WHICH THE FURNACE IS INSTALLED, AND THE SPACINGS
AROUND THE FURNACE.
!
WARNING
!
SHOULD THE GAS SUPPLY FAIL TO SHUT OFF OR IF OVERHEATING OCCURS, SHUT OFF
THE GAS VALVE TO THE FURNACE BEFORE SHUTTING OFF THE ELECTRICAL SUPPLY.
!
WARNING
!
DO NOT USE THIS FURNACE IF ANY PART HAS BEEN UNDER WATER. A WATER
DAMAGED FURNACE IS EXTREMELY DANGEROUS. ATTEMPTS TO USE THE FURNACE
CAN RESULT IN FIRE OR EXPLOSION. A QUALIFIED SERVICE AGENCY SHOULD BE
CONTACTED TO INSPECT THE FURNACE AND TO REPLACE ALL GAS CONTROLS,
CONTROL SYSTEM PARTS, ELECTRICAL PARTS THAT HAVE BEEN WET OR
THE FURNACE IF DEEMED NECESSARY.
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WARNING
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THIS INFORMATION IS INTENDED FOR USE BY QUALIFIED HVAC TECHNICIANS.
ANY ATTEMPT TO REPAIR A CENTRAL AIR CONDITIONING PRODUCT MAY RESULT IN
PERSONAL INJURY AND/OR PROPERTY DAMAGE. THE MANUFACTURER OR SELLER
CANNOT BE RESPONSIBLE FOR THE INTERPRETATION OF THIS INFORMATION, NOR
CAN IT ASSUME ANY LIABILITY IN CONNECTION WITH ITS USE.
!
CAUTION
!
UNITCONTAINSR-410AREFRIGERANTANDPOECOMPRESSOROIL.USEONLYR-410A
REFRIGERANT AND APPROVED POE COMPRESSOR OIL. REFRIGERANT LINES MUST
BE BRAZED AND RATED FOR R410 PRESSURES! PROPER SERVICE EQUIPMENT IS
REQUIRED. USE ONLY R-410A APPROVED SERVICE EQUIPMENT. FAILURE TO USE
PROPERSERVICETOOLSMAYRESULTINEQUIPMENTDAMAGEORPERSONALINJURY.
ALLR-410ASYSTEMSUSEPOEOIL.POEOILEASILYABSORBSMOISTUREFROMTHEAIR.
ASYSTEMWHICHHASBEENEXPOSEDTOTHEATMOSPHEREFORMORETHAN4HOURS
REQUIRESTHATTHECOMPRESSOROILBEREPLACED.NEVERBREAKA
VACUUMWITHAIRANDALWAYSCHANGETHEFILTERDRIERWHENOPENINGTHE
SYSTEMFORCOMPONENTREPLACEMENT.
!
WARNING
!
HOT SURFACE! DO NOT TOUCH TOP OF COMPRESSOR. COMPRESSOR AND DISCHARGE
PIPES MAY BE EXTREMELY HOT. THIS MAY CAUSE MINOR TO SEVERE BURNS.
!
CAUTION
!
DURING THE INSTALLATION, TESTING, SERVICING,AND TROUBLESHOOTING OF THIS
PRODUCT,ITMAYBENECESSARYTOWORKWITHELECTRICALCOMPONENTS.THERE
ISARISKOFELECTRICSHOCKWHICHCANCAUSEINJURYORDEATH:
DISCONNECTALLREMOTEELECTRICPOWERSUPPLIESBEFORESERVICING!
H3.3_AC
!
WARNING
!
THESE INSTRUCTIONS ARE INTENDED AS AN AID TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL
FOR PROPER INSTALLATION, ADJUSTMENT AND OPERATION OF THIS UNIT.
READ THESE INSTRUCTIONS THOROUGHLY BEFORE ATTEMPTING INSTALLATION OR
OPERATION. FAILURE TO FOLLOW THESE INSTRUCTIONS MAY RESULT IN IMPROPER
INSTALLATION, ADJUSTMENT, SERVICE OR MAINTENANCE, POSSIBLY RESULTING IN
FIRE, ELECTRICAL SHOCK, CARBON MONOXIDE POISONING, EXPLOSION,
PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
H3.4.2_CP
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3.2
SAFETY RULES
1. Use this unit only with type of gas approved for the furnace module. Refer to the unit rating plate.
2. Store this unit only in dry indoor locations (protected from weather).
3. DO NOT install this unit outdoors or in a mobile home, trailer or recreational vehicle. This appliance is not
designed/certified for these installations.
4. DO NOT install unit in a corrosive or contaminated atmosphere.
5. For lighting and shutting down the furnace refer to “Furnace Start Up and Furnace Shut Down”, section 5. of
this manual.
6. Install this unit only in dry indoor locations (protected from weather).
7. Provide adequate combustion and ventilation air to the unit space as specified in section 4.9 “Venting and
Combustion Piping”.
8. Combustion products must be discharged outdoors using factory installed vent system only, as specified in
section 4.9 “Venting and Combustion Piping”.
9. Never test for gas leaks with an open flame. Use a commercially available soap solution made specifically for
the detection of leaks to check all connections as specified in “Gas Supply and Piping” section of this manual.
10.Both Supply and Return Air must be ducted to the appliance from rooms separate to the enclosure housing
the appliance. Be sure that duct system has external static pressure within allowable operating range
(as listed on unit’s Rating Plate). Completely seal supply and return air ducts to unit casing.
See Section 4.7 “Ductwork” for more detail.
11. RETRUN air must be ducted to the appliance from a separate room(s) within the conditioned space.
Fresh make up air must never be added directly to RETURN air duct; fresh make up air must always
be brought in via an external HRV system before adding it to the RETURN air duct.
12.Always install unit to operate within the temperature-rise range and an external static pressure range (ducting),
as listed on the unit rating plate.
13.A gas-fired unit for installation in a storage garage must be installed so that the ignition sources, including
blowers and contactors (See page 16, “IMPORTANT”, 1a.), are no less than 18” (457 mm) above the floor.
The unit must be located, or protected to avoid physical damage by vehicles. See safety warnings.
14.Return air temperature range that must be maintained is:
• between 55°F (13°C) and 80°F (27°C) for gas heat and
• between 65°F (18°C) and 90°F (32°C) for air conditioning.
15.The furnace must be kept free and clear of insulating material. Carefully examine the furnace area when the
furnace is installed or/when insulation is added. Insulating material may be combustible.
16. DO NOT USE FOR HEATING AND COOLING BUILDINGS OR STRUCTURES UNDER CONSTRUCTION!
Units that are damaged or entrained with construction debris will not be covered under warranty.
17.Before installing unit, make sure you know all applicable codes. National, state and local codes may take
precedence over any instructions in this manual. Be sure to consult:
• Authorities having jurisdiction over HVAC system installations;
• Local code authorities for information on electrical wiring.
!
WARNING
!
WHEN THIS UNIT IS INSTALLED IN A STORAGE GARAGE, IT MUST BE INSTALLED SO
THE BURNERS AND IGNITION SOURCE ARE LOCATED NO LESS THAN 18” (457 mm)
ABOVE THE FLOOR TO PREVENT THE RISK OF IGNITING FLAMMABLE VAPORS WHICH
MAY BE PRESENT IN THE GARAGE.
THE FURNACE MUST BE LOCATED OR PROTECTED TO AVOID PHYSICAL DAMAGE BY
VEHICLES.
FAILURE TO HEED THESE WARNINGS CAN CAUSE A FIRE OR EXPLOSION, RESULTING
IN PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR LOSS OF LIFE.
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3.3
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CODES
1. This unit must be installed:
a�
b.
c�
Inaccordancewithalllocalcodes,by-lawsandregulationsbythoseauthoritieshavingjurisdiction.
InCanada,thisfurnacemustbeinstalledinaccordancewiththecurrentCAN/CGA-B149.1and
B149.2NaturalGasandPropaneCode.
IntheUnitedStates,thisfurnacemustbeinstalledinaccordancewiththecurrentANSIZ223.1
(NFPA54)NationalFuelGasCode.
2. Electrical connections must be made in accordance with:
a� Anyapplicablelocalcodes,by-lawsandregulations.
b. Canada:currenteditionofCAN/CSAC22.1andC22.2,CanadianElectricalCode(Part1and2).
c� UnitedStates:currenteditionofANSI/NFPA70,NationalElectricalCode.
3. Codes and additional information may be obtained from:
CanadianStandardsAssociation
5060SpectrumWay
Mississauga,Ontario,L4W5N6
Phone:(416)747-4000
website:www.csa.ca
NationalFireProtectionAssociation
1BatterymarchPark
Quincy,MA,02169-7471
Phone:(617)770-3000
website:www.nfpa.org
!
WARNING
AmericanGasAssociation
400 North Capitol Street, NW,
Suite450
WashingtonDC,20001
Phone:(202)824-7000
website:www.aga.org
H6.4
!
DO NOT INSTALL THIS UNIT IN A MOBILE HOME! THIS UNIT IS NOT APPROVED FOR
INSTALLATION IN A MOBILE HOME. DOING SO COULD CAUSE FIRE, PROPERTY
DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR LOSS OF LIFE.
THE FURNACE CONTAINS FOIL COVERED FIBERGLASS INSULATION. INHALATION OF
FIBERGLASS PARTICLES IS ASSOCIATED WITH RESPIRATORY DISEASE INCLUDING
CANCER.
NATURAL GAS AND PROPANE ARE NORMALLY ODORIZED BY THE FUEL SUPPLIER.
IN SOME CASES, THE ODORANT MAY NOT BE PERCEIVABLE. INSTALLATION OF UL
AND ULC RECOGNIZED FUEL GAS DETECTORS INSTALLED IN ACCORDANCE WITH
THEIR MANUFACTURER’S INSTRUCTIONS ARE RECOMMENDED AS AN ADDITIONAL
MARGIN OF SAFETY.
THE EXHAUST GASES FROM THIS FURNACE CONTAIN CHEMICALS WHICH ON
SOME OCCASIONS MAY INCLUDE CARBON MONOXIDE. CARBON MONOXIDE IS AN
ODORLESS, TASTELESS, CLEAR COLORLESS GAS WHICH IS HIGHLY TOXIC. EVEN
LOW CONCENTRATIONS ARE SUSPECTED OF CAUSING BIRTH DEFECTS AND OTHER
REPRODUCTIVE HARM.
UL AND ULC RECOGNIZED CO DETECTORS ARE REQUIRED FOR ALL BUILDINGS
EQUIPPED WITH FOSSIL FUEL BURNING APPLIANCES. ALL CO DETECTORS SHOULD
BE INSTALLED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THEIR MANUFACTURER’S INSTRUCTIONS AND
APPLICABLE LOCAL BUILDING CODES.
FIRE, EXPLOSION OR CARBON MONOXIDE POISONING HAZARD!
FAILURE TO REPLACE WITH PROPER CONTROL COULD RESULT IN FIRE, EXPLOSION
OR CARBON MONOXIDE POISONING.
REPLACE GAS VALVE ONLY WITH THE SAME MODEL NUMBER OR AS SPECIFIED BY THE
MANUFACTURER.
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4. INSTALLATION
The unit is shipped in one
package, completely assembled
and wired. The air conditioning
and furnace condensate drains
are shipped separately with the
unit for field install.
If any damage is found, proper
notation should be made on the
carrier’s freight bill. Damage
claims should be filed with the
carrier as quickly as possible.
Check the rating plate (at the
front of the access panel) to
confirm heating and cooling
capacities. The unit should be
operated only with the type of
gas and electrical supply noted
on the rating plate.
WALL
SLEEVE
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CHASSIS
CABINET
PRIMARY HEAT
EXCHANGER
SUPPLY OUTLET
ELECTRICAL
BOX
COMBUSTION
DISCHARGE
TERMINAL
GAS
CONNECTION
FURNACE
MODULE
THERMOSTAT
WIRING
SLOT
CONTROL
BOARD
INSPECTION WINDOW
FILTER
ACCESS
PANEL
FLAME
INSPECTION
WINDOW
COOLING
MODULE
RETURN
INLET
FURNACE
DRAIN
AC
DRAIN
FIG. 4.0
IMPORTANT
!
!
BEFORE INSTALLATION, REMOVE THE CHASSIS SHIPPING BRACKETS AND
REPLACE THE SCREWS BACK TO THE UNIT.
!
WARNING
!
DO NOT INSTALL CONDOPACK UNIT IN UNCONDITIONED SPACE. THE AMBIENT OF
THE MECHANICAL ROOM IN WHICH HIGH EFFICIENCY CONDENSING GAS CONDOPACK
UNIT IS TO BE INSTALLED MUST BE KEPT AT LEAST 55°F IN ORDER TO PREVENT THE
CONDENSATE FROM FREEZING DURING HEATING SEASON. THERE MUST NOT BE ANY
AIR INFILTRATION FROM OUTDOORS INTO THE MECHANICAL ROOM. ANY OPENINGS IN
EXPOSED EXTERIOR WALL FOR DUCTING AND PIPING MUST BE COMPLETELY SEALED.
H3.90
1� Thefurnacemustnotbelocatedinanareawherethecombustionairisladenwithchemicalcompounds
suchasbromine,chlorineorfluorine,asmaybefoundinswimmingpoolchemicals,laundrydetergents,
etc.Thesecompoundswhenexposedtoflame,formacidswhichattacktheheatexchangerandother
components.
Exposuretothefollowingsubstancesinthecombustionairsupply(butnotlimitedtothefollowing)arenot
allowed,andwillaffectwarrantyclaims:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Aerosols,particularlyCFCbasedorpropelledaerosols
Airfresheners
“AirplaneGlue”andsimilaradhesivesandcements
Ammonia,ascommonlyfoundinpermanentwavesolutionsusedinhairdressingsalons
Anti-staticfabricsoftenersusedinclothesdryers
Carbontetrachloride
Chlorinatedcleanersandwaxes
Chlorineandbrominebasedswimmingpoolchemicals
De-icingsaltsorchemicals(rocksalt,etc.)
Drycleaningfluidssuchasperchloroethylene
Fumesfromcuringpolyurethaneandsimilarsubstances
HalogenbasedrefrigerantsincludingR-12andR-22
Hydrochloricacid,muriaticacidandotheracidbasedmasonrywashingandcuringmaterials
Printer’sinks,paintremovers,varnishes,varsol,toluene,etc.
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Watersoftenersaltandchemicals
2� Ifthefurnaceisinstalledinanareawherefreezingmayoccur,agarage,anattic,acrawlspaceorany
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4.1
UNIT DIMENSIONS
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15
16 "
16"
Combustion discharge
terminal
3
58"
1
20 2 "
1
38"
8"
1
24 4 "
1
28 4 "
SUPPLY OUTLET
28"
1
32"
29"
Flame
inspection
window
Control
Board
Inspection Window
45
1
43 8 "
ELECTRICAL CONNECTION
GAS CONNECTION
*When flexible connectors
are used, the maximum length
shall not exceed 36”.
45 3
8"
AC
DRAIN
8" MIN
FLOOR
15
1 16 "
1
1 16 "
1
78"
1
24 8 "
15
20 16 "
1
25 16 "
RETURN INLET
28 7 "
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15 "
1 16
FURNACE
DRAIN
1
32 8
FIG. 4.1
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4.2
UNIT LOCATION AND CLEARANCES
NOTE
OUTSIDE
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Sleeve Flange
ALTHOUGH IT IS NOT POSSIBLE TO DETAIL ALL OF
CONSTRUCTION PARAMETERS THAT COULD BE
ENCOUNTERED, THE FOLLOWING GUIDELINES
AND PRECAUTIONS ARE RECOMMENDED:
Drain holes
• MASONRY WALLS MUST HAVE A LINTEL TO
SUPPORT THE WALL.
• DURING THE WALL SLEEVE ASSEMBLY PAY
ATTENTION THAT THE SIDE PANEL FLANGES AND
THE BASE PANEL DRAIN HOLES ARE ON THE
SAME SIDE OF WALL SLEEVE, SEE FIG 4.2.
FIG. 4.2
INSIDE
To minimize the effect of interaction between multiple units in a building there are some general location
considerations that need to be taken into account. The installer must verify that these conditions have been met before installing the unit. Installation of units
in locations that do not follow these rules may lead to abnormal operation and premature failure. The use of
these general rules may differ depending on each individual application. Please contact the manufacturer or
your dealer for alternatives and application assistance.
The general location considerations are:
•
Each wall with Condo Pack unit installed should be at least 2ft away (for
every floor) from the opposite building wall facing the unit. If facing wall
also has a Condo Pack unit installed, those two walls should be at least 4ft
apart. See “Minimum Distance to the Opposite Wall ” Table 1 below.
•
A six story building with six Condo Pack units installed in a vertical array,
should be at least 12ft away from the opposite building wall and at least 24ft
away if the opposite building wall also contains Condo Pack units. •
Buildings taller than six stories will have the same distance parameters as six-story buildings.
•
If three or more adjacent walls form an air shaft with Condo Pack units facing each
other in each wall, the distance between opposite walls should be increased by 20%.
NUMBER OF FLOORS WITH
THE UNITS
1
2
3
4
5
6 or more
TABLE 1
MINIMUM DISTANCE TO THE OPPOSITE BUILDING WALL
WITHOUT an unit installed
WITH an unit installed
in the opposite building wall
in the opposite building wall
2 feet
4 feet
6 feet
8 feet
10 feet
12 feet
4 feet
8 feet
12 feet
16 feet
20 feet
24 feet
•
At least 32” of unobstructed space should be provided in front of the indoor
side, whether enclosed or not, in order to change filters, for unit inspection
and to permit removal of the cooling module should repair be required.
•
Do not install directly on carpeting, tile, or other combustible material other than wood flooring.
The grille side of the unit should protrude minimum 1/2” but no more than 1” (maximum) from
the face of the building and should not be obstructed by foreign objects. Refer to FIG. 4.2.2.
•
If the unit is installed in an outside wall of a storage garage, it must be
located or protected to avoid physical damage by vehicles. This unit must
be installed so that no electrical components are exposed to water.
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4.2.1Venting Guidelines
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This appliance should be installed in a location such that the vent outlet is located in the following manner:
In Canada:
Inadditiontothegeneralguidelines,inCanada,theventexhaustshallnotterminate:
• Directlyaboveapavedsidewalkorpaveddrivewaywhichislocatedbetweentwosingle-familydwellings
andservesbothdwellings;
• Lessthan7feet(2.1m)aboveapavedsidewalkorpaveddrivewaylocatedonpublicproperty;
• Within6feet(1.8m)ofamechanicalairsupplyinlettoanybuilding;
• Aboveameter/regulatorassemblywithin3feet(.91m)horizontallyofthecenterlineoftheregulator;
• Within3feet(.91m)ofanyserviceregulatorventoutlet;
• Lessthan12”(305mm)abovegradeleveloranticipatedsnowlevel;
• Within12”(305mm)ofanydoor,windowthatcanbeopened,ornon-mechanicalairsupplyinlettoany
building;
•
•
•
Within12”(305mm)ofthecombustionairinletofanyotherappliance;
Recommendedpractice(wherepracticable)istomaintainthesameverticalclearancebetweenthevent
andtheoverhangasthehorizontallydistancetheoverhangprotrudesfromthebuilding.
Unlessgoverningbodieshavinglocaljurisdictionspecifyaminimumclearancelarger,theminimum
clearancebetweenaventterminalandaoverhangingstructureshallbe40inches(1m).
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In USA:
Inadditiontothegeneralguidelines,intheUnitedStates,theventexhaustshallbeinstalledinaccordance
withthefollowing:
• Theclearancefromthebottomoftheterminaltogradeshallbe12”(305mm).
• Theventshallnotterminateoverpublicwalkwaysoroveranareawherecondensateorvaporcould
createanuisanceorhazard.
• Theventterminalshallbeinstalled4feet(1.2m)below,4feet(1.2m)horizontallyfrom,or1foot(305mm)
aboveanydoor,window,soffit,undereaveventorgravityairinlettothebuilding.
• Theventterminalshallhaveaminimumhorizontalclearanceof4feet(1.2m)fromelectricmeters,gas
meters,regulatorsandreliefequipment.
• Locatetheventterminal3feet(0.91m)aboveanyforcedairinletlocatedwithin10feet(3m).Anyfreshair
ormake-upairinlet,suchasforadryerorfurnaceareaisconsideredaforcedairinlet.
H14.3.1_CPACK
Avoidlocatingtheterminalswherethefluegascouldbecomestagnantandallowrecirculationintothe
combustionairintake.
Avoidlocatingtheterminalinlocationswheredrippingcondensatemaycauseproblemssuchassidewalks,
patios,aboveplanters,nearwindowswhereexhaustgasesmaycausefogging,icing,etc.
Avoidlocatingtheterminationtooclosetoshrubsandothervegetation.Thecondensatemaystuntorkillthem.
Caulkallcracks,seamsorjointswithina6foot(1.8m)radiusofthetermination.
Donotterminateunderadeckunlessthereisadequateclearancetopreventdamagefromthefluegases.
Aterminationmaybelocatedattheendofapatiodeck.Pipingrunningbeneaththedeckmustbesuitably
insulatedandsuspendedinamannertopreventcondensatefromcollectingandfreezing.
Whenlocatingventterminations,considerationmustbegiventoprevailingwinds,location,andother
conditionswhichmaycauserecirculationofthecombustionproductsofadjacentvents.
Check local codes for distance between vent terminal and a inside corner formed by two exterior walls.
If not specifiedbylocalcode,minimumdistancebetweenventterminalandaninsidecornerformedby
two exterior walls is 6 inches (0.15m).
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CAUTION
!
IMPROPERLOCATIONORINSTALLATIONCANRESULTINSTRUCTURALDAMAGETOTHEBUILDING,
DAMAGETOTHEEXTERIORFINISHOFTHEBUILDING,ORMAYALLOWRECIRCULATIONORFREEZING
OFTHEFLUEGASESONTOORINTOTHECOMBUSTIONAIRINTAKE.MOISTUREINTHEFLUEGASES
CONDENSESASITLEAVESTHETERMINALS.THISMOISTURECANFREEZEONEXTERIORWALLS,
SOFFITS,ANDOTHERNEARBYOBJECTS.SOMEDISCOLORATIONISTOBEEXPECTED.
Recommendedverticalclearanceofaventterminalandoverhangingstructureshouldbemaximizedtoprevent
condensateproductsfromdepositingandfreezingonoverhang.Thispracticehelpspreventdegradationofbuilding
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materials.
Recommendedpractice(wherepracticable)istomaintainthesameverticalclearancebetweentheventandthe
OBJECTS.SOMEDISCOLORATIONISTOBEEXPECTED.
Checklocalcodesfordistancebetweenventterminalandainsidecornerformedbytwoexteriorwalls.Ifnot
specifiedbylocalcode,minimumdistancebetweenventterminalandaninsidecornerformedbytwoexteriorwalls
is6inches(0.15m).
Recommendedverticalclearanceofaventterminalandoverhangingstructureshouldbemaximizedtoprevent
condensateproductsfromdepositingandfreezingonoverhang.Thispracticehelpspreventdegradationofbuilding
materials.
Recommendedpractice(wherepracticable)istomaintainthesameverticalclearancebetweentheventandthe
overhangasthehorizontaldistancetheoverhangprotrudesfromthebuilding.
Unlessgoverningbodieshavinglocaljurisdictionspecifyaminimumclearancelarger,theminimumclearance
betweenaventterminalandaoverhangingstructureshallbe40inches(1m).
Anyadjacentpaintedsurfacesshouldbeingoodcondition;nocracks,peelingpaint,etc.Ifwoodensurfacesthat
maybeperiodicallyexposedtofluegasesarepresent,considertreatingwithasealer.
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!
WARNING
!
THIS FURNACE IS CERTIFIED FOR INSTALLATION ON COMBUSTIBLE FLOORS. THIS
SHALL BE INTERPRETED AS A WOOD FLOOR ONLY.
THE FURNACE MUST NOT BE INSTALLED DIRECTLY ON CARPETING, OR OTHER
COMBUSTIBLE MATERIAL EXCEPT WOOD.
INSTALLATION ON COMBUSTIBLE MATERIAL OTHER THAN WOOD CAN RESULT IN FIRE,
CAUSING PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
THE AREA AROUND THE FURNACE MUST BE KEPT CLEAR AND FREE OF ALL
COMBUSTIBLE MATERIALS INCLUDING GASOLINE AND OTHER FLAMMABLE VAPORS
AND LIQUIDS.
THE HOMEOWNER SHOULD BE CAUTIONED THAT THE FURNACE AREA MUST NOT BE
USED AS A CLOSET OR FOR ANY OTHER STORAGE PURPOSE.
H3.7. AC
This design is certified for thru-the-wall installation only. The interior portions of the unit may be surrounded by a
closet with clearances to combustible material as listed on the nameplate. Adequate clearance must be provided
to install the union and manual shut-off valve as well as accessibility to field wiring junction box.
Minimum clearances to combustibles derived from factory testing are shown below and also on the
nameplate of the unit:
TABLE 2
MINIMUM CLEARANCES TO COMBUSTIBLE MATERIALS.
DÉGAGEMENTS MINIMAUX PAR RAPPORT AUX MATÉRIAUX COMBUSTIBLES.
TOP / DESSUS
PLENUM / PLÉNUM
FRONT / AVANT
BACK / ARRIÈRE
RIGHT SIDE / CÔTÉ DROIT
LEFT SIDE / CÔTÉ GAUCHE
BOTTOM / FOND
FLUE PIPE / TUYAU
2 “ (50.8 mm)
1 “ (25 mm)
0**
0
0*
0
0***
0
* RECOMMENDED 2 “ (50.8 mm) CLEARANCE FOR SERVICING
* 2 po MIN. RECOMMANDÉ DE DÉGAGEMENT POUR ENTRETIEN
** 10” (254 mm) RECOMMENDED CLEARANCE FOR SERVICING
** 10 po MIN. RECOMMANDÉ DE DÉGAGEMENT POUR ENTRETIEN
*** CERTIFIED FOR CLOSET INSTALATION ON COMBUSTIBLE FLOORING.
*** CERTIFIÉ POUR L’INSTALLATION DANS UN PLACARD SUR UN PLANCHER COMBUSTIBLE.
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FIG. 4.2.1 - DIRECT VENT TERMINAL CLEARANCES
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FIG. 4.2.2.
**TOSECURE
WALL
CLEARANCE TO
COMBUSTIBLE
2" MIN.
8" MIN.
FABRICATED WOOD OR STEEL SUPPORT
FLOOR
1" REF.
DOOR OPENING
36"
29" REF.
* If less then 10”,
DRAIN REQUIRED
(1.5" Ø MIN.)
FOR REMOVAL
OF FURNACE AND
AC CONDENSATE
A
A
REF.
82"
DRAIN
43 1/8"
Flashing
GAS VENT
2.5"
REF.
44 7/8 "
REF.
Brick Wall
PROTRUDE
1/2” MIN.-1” MAX.
Seal around
Sleeve and
O U T S I D E wall
PROTRUDE
1/2” MIN.-1” MAX.
Brick Wall
C
44 7/8 "
REF.
GAS VENT
POSITION
C
VIEW OF OUTSIDE WALL
4 3/4"
REF.
28 7/8"
ROUGH OPENING TO SUIT
28 7/8" X 44 7/8" WALL SLEEVE
3"1/4"
REF.
12 9/16"
16 "
40 " MIN.
Clearance
from the
Gas Vent
to exterior
overhang
Flashing
Seal around
Sleeve and
I N S I D E wall
A-A
32 1/8"
REF. *
MIN. CLEARANCE
(10" RECOMMENDED MIN.
CLEARANCE FOR SERVICING)
servicing may be
performed by opening
the front door panels
1.5" Ø and the gas module
may need to be removed
to access components.
Space required for
Return Air Ducting
must be considered.
* 2"
** Engineer/Architect - to consult with Napoleon Engineering to determine
bracket location for setting the desired depth of Wall Sleeve into wall.
NOTE
BETWEEN LEFT (HINGE)
SIDE DOOR JAM
AND CONDO PACK
1" REF. CLEARANCE
(10" RECOMMENDED FOR SERVICING)
CLEARANCE
0" MIN.
0" MIN. CLEARANCE
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The minimum clearances required for installation and accessibility are shown below. These clearances should
be followed unless otherwise approved by the manufacturer.
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4.3 PACKAGED UNIT PREPARATION
NOTE
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• THIS UNIT MUST BE INSTALLED IN ACCORDANCE WITH ALL APPLICABLE CODES.
• THIS UNIT IS APPROVED FOR THRU-THE-WALL INSTALLATION ONLY.
• THESE INSTALLATION AND MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS SHOULD BE LEFT WITH
THE UNIT FOR FUTURE REFERENCE.
Prior to installing the unit in the wall opening:
1. Remove the brackets connecting the unit to the skid.
2. Remove the cooling module.
!
IMPORTANT
!
1. The unit must be installed a minimum of 8” above finished floor.
a. If unit is installed in a storage garage, all ignition sources (electric contactors and
motors included) must be positioned at a minimum of 18” (457mm) above the floor,
and it must be protected from physical damage by vehicles, consistent with CAN/
CSA-B149.
2. The entire unit must not be installed outside. This unit is designed for indoor
installation on to an exterior wall having an opening for condenser airflow.
3. The grille side of the unit should extend 1/2” Min. - 1” Max. beyond the exterior wall to
allow moisture that may enter the outdoor section to drain.
4. DO NOT install this unit at an exterior wall location that will position the bottom of
the wall grille below the exterior grade level. Below grade installation will allow the
accumulation of rain or snow into the wall sleeve and unit base, and could result in
water penetration into the building interior.
5. The grille side must be:
a. Kept free of any obstructions that could reduce or alter the air flow pattern.
The unit must be installed at least 3’ (0.92m) from electric meters, gas meters,
regulators, and relief equipment in Canada, in accordance with CAN/CSA-B149 or
4’ (1.22 m) in U.S. in accordance to NFPA 54, ANSI Z223 installation codes.
b. The vent of the unit is located at the outside grille. Distances from adjacent public
walkways, adjacent buildings, windows, and building openings must be consistent
with the National Fuel Gas Code ANSI Z223.1 and/or CAN/CSA-B149 installation
codes, as well as local codes.
6. Masonry walls must have a lintel to support the wall, as per National and local building
codes.
7. The interior of the unit may be installed with clearances noted on the nameplate to
adjacent combustible surfaces.
8. The unit shall not be installed directly on carpeting, tile or other combustible material,
except wood flooring.
9. In order to be able to remove the chassis, at least 32” of open area must be left
unobstructed in front of the front doors. The drain pan and condensate trap line should
be connected to the floor drain.
10.Caulk and seal all spaces around the top, sides and bottom of the exterior grille area,
making sure that THE OPENINGS FOR DRAINAGE IN THE BOTTOM EDGE ARE NOT
BLOCKED. Refer to “4.2 Unit Location and Clearances”.
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4.4
WALL SLEEVE ASSEMBLY
WARNING
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!
THESE INSTRUCTIONS ARE INTENDED AS AN AID TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL FOR PROPER
INSTALLATION, ADJUSTMENT AND OPERATION OF THE UNIT. READ THESE INSTRUCTIONS THOROUGHLY
BEFORE ATTEMPTING INSTALLATION OR OPERATION. IMPROPER INSTALLATION, ADJUSTMENT, SERVICE,
OR MAINTENANCE CAN CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY, OR DEATH.
CONSULT A QUALIFIED INSTALLER OR SERVICE AGENCY FOR INFORMATION AND ASSISTANCE.
TABLE 3
INCLUDEDINTHECWSMUAKIT:
ITEM
QTY
PART NAME
MANUFACTURING
DESCRIPTION
1
1
TOPPANEL
PANEL,SLEEVETOPPWDER
PART NO
CWSMUA
CWSMUA15
W475-0978-(colorcode)
CWSMUA17
CWSMUA19
W475-1313-(colorcode)
W475-1317-(colorcode)
2
1
BASEPANEL
PANEL,SLEEVEBASEPWDER
W475-0975-(colorcode)
W475-1307-(colorcode)
W475-1310-(colorcode)
W475-1314-(colorcode)
3
1
RIGHTSIDEPANEL
PANEL,SLEEVERSPWDER
W475-0977-(colorcode)
W475-1309-(colorcode)
W475-1312-(colorcode)
W475-1316-(colorcode)
4
1
LEFTSIDEPANEL
PANEL,SLEEVELSPWDER
W475-0976-(colorcode)
W475-1308-(colorcode)
W475-1311-(colorcode)
W475-1315-(colorcode)
5
2
SIDESUPPORTBRACKET
BRACKET,SIDESUPPORT
W080-1444
6
1
W080-1445
TOPSUPPORTBRACKET
BRACKET,TOPSUPPORT
SCREW#8-32X.315STEEL
SCREW,#8-32x.315QUAD
TRILOBULAR
HEXWASHER
7
25
10
2
SQUARINGBRACE
BRACE,SQUARING
W080-1433
11
1
SQUARINGBRACEMIDDLE
BRACE,SQUARING
W075-0019
12*
1
*TOPPANELBRACKET
*BRACKET,TOPPANEL(CP)
W570-0162
N/A
*W080-1721
SHOWNBUTNOTINCLUDEDINTHECWSMUAKIT:
ITEM
QTY
8
12.5feet
9
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PART NAME
GasketD-Channel28.9”long
GasketD-Channel44”long
IMPORTANT
*DO NOT DISCARD
MANUFACTURING DESCRIPTION
PART NO
GASKET,D-CHANELEPDM[includedinbaggiesprovidedwithCondoPackunit]
W290-0256
!
ITEM #12
(TOP PANEL BRACKET, W080-1721).
THIS BRACKET IS USED TO SECURE
THE CONDOPACK CABINET TO THE
WALL WHEN FOLLOWING WALL
SLEEVES ARE USED: CWSMUA15,
CWSMUA17 OR CWSMUA19.
Thewallsleeveisdesignedtobeinstalledinto
thewallduringtheconstructionofthebuilding,
inordertoprovideanaccurateopeningand
easierinstallationofthru-the-wallpackaged
unitlateron,afterbuildingiscompleted.
LEGEND
1� TopPanel
2� BasePanel
3� RightSidePanel
4� Left Side Panel
5. Side Support Bracket
6� TopSupportBracket
7. Screw#8-32x.315SteelTrilobular
8� GasketD-Channel28.9”long
9. GasketD-Channel44”long
10� SquaringBrace
11� SquaringBraceMiddle
12� *TopPanelBracket
12
6
1
8
4
10
10
3
9
11
8
5
7
2
1/4”NUT
DRIVER
DIAGRAM (A)
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a
aa
3
3
3
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1.
PlaceBasepart(2)onthefloor
andattachRightSidePanel(3):
a� PositionBasePanel(2)
toseatbehindflanges
on the Side Panel (3)�
b
bb
b. Bringtogetherpanel
clipsandopenings
(FIG.1).
22
2
2
Press down
Pressdown
down
Press
2.
Pressdownfirmlytolockbase
panelintoplace(FIG.2).
2
2
2
3
4
4
4
3.
AttachLeftSidePanel(4)toBase
(2).Repeatprocedurefromstep2
(FIG.2).
2
2
2
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3
3
19
4
4.
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CheckforparallelpositionofLeftand
RightSidePanels(3)and(4).Secure
connectionwithBasePanel(2),see
(FIG.4).
3
4
2
5.
AttachTopPanel(1)toLeftandRight
SidePanels(3)and(4).Alignconnection
openingsandsecuretheassemblyby
pushingtheclipsinplace(FIG.5).
5
1
33
3
6.
7.
44
1
11
33
4
10”
3
7
ToattachtheSquaringBrace(10)totheSide
2
Panels(3)and(4)usethe1/8”holeslocated
10”downfromthetopand4-5/16”fromthe
outsideflange(FIG.6.andFIG.7).
6
11
44
10
AttachSquaringBraces(10)totheinner
sidesofboth,TopPanelandtheSidePanels,
byinsertingthescrews(7)frominside.
22
4
5
4 16 “
4
7
5
1
3
10
10
77
10”
10”
10”
10”
10”
10”
10
7
44
4
55 “
4411664“ 56 “
1
44 554 5
1166 “1“ 6 “
4
2
10
10
10
7
77 7
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1
2
20
4
NOTE: The following support bracket locations
are for installations where the wall sleeve is
installed from the OUTSIDE of the building.
1
For installations where the wall sleeve is
installed from the INSIDE of the building,
the Side Support Brackets (5) need to be
mounted on INTERIOR wall, so they will need
to be relocated on the wall sleeve (new screw
positions may need to be created).
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8
5
3
10”
10”
8.
9.
5
4 16 “
4
10
AttachtheSideSupportBrackets(5)totheSide
Panels(3)&(4)andtoBasePanelwithfi
vescrews
7
(7)throughtheshorterflange(FIG.8).
“
Selectthesetofmountingholesbasedontypeof
4
constructionwallfaceapplication(brick,stucco,
siding,etc.):
45
16 “
5
4 16
a� ForSideSupportBrackets(5),usepre-drilled
mountingPositionAorPositionBshowninFIG.9,
dependingonthetypeofwallconstruction.
2
10
7
7
9
7
6
b. AttachTopSupportBracket(6)totheTopPanel
5
(1)usingminimumthreescrews(7)provided,
3
(FIG.9).Forthisbracket(6),usemounting
PositionAorPositionBshowninFIG.11,
dependingonthetypeofwallconstruction.
1
Position B
4
c� Usingtwomountingscrews(7),installMiddle
SquaringBrace(11)acrossthewallsleeve,as
shownintheDIAGRAM(A)onpreviouspageand
7
FIG.10.
Position A
1.5”
4156 “
2
d� Refertosection“Wall Sleeve Installation” ,FIG12.
e. Do not remove Squaring Braces (10) and (11)
fromthewallsleeveif you do not plan to install
the CondoPack unit immediately�
f� Filltheclearancespacebetweenthesleeve
andawallframingwithlowexpandinginsulation
foam(thisisforadditionalprotectionagainst
airinfiltrationduringtheperiodsofverystrong
winds).
10.
Prior to installing CondoPack into the wall
sleeve:
• Removesquaringbraces(10)and(11)from
wallsleeve.
• Applyself-adhesiveD-ChannelGasketstrips
(8)&(9)toinsidesurfaceofsleevefront
flangesandontothebasepanel(2),asshown
inFIG.10.
10
8
Remove these
squaring braces
(item 10) from
the wall sleeve 10
prior to
CondoPack
installation.
9
4
11
3
8
2
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45
16 “
21
Wall Sleeve Dimensions
7
6
11
FOUR DIFFERENT
WALL SLEEVE MODELS ARE DEPICTED BELOW:
1
Position B
•
•
•
•
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CWSMUA
CWSMUA15
CWSMUA17
CWSMUA19
NOTE:
Position A
”
1.5 TO IMPROVE RIGIDITY AND REDUCTION IN VIBRATION
<== CWSMUA17
<== CWSMUA19
17.000
19.000
16.000
DIMENSIONS FOR THE
TOP PANEL (ITEM 1):
<== CWSMUA
<== CWSMUA15
4156
WALL MOUNTING BRACKETS CAN BE USED TO
AFFIX WALL SLEEVE TO BUILDING SUB STRUCTURE
“
FROM INSIDE OR OUTSIDE OF THE BUILDING.
ENGINEER/ARCHITECT TO CONSULT WITH NAPOLEON
ENGINEERING TO DETERMINE BRACKET LOCATION FOR
SETTING THE DESIRED DEPTH OF WALL SLEEVE INTO WALL.
WALL SLEEVE IS
DIRECTLY LAGGED
TO WALL
SUBSTRUCTURE.
3
34"
7
28 8 "
POSITION A
1"
POSITION B
CENTRAL BRACE
MOUNTING
LOCATIONS
1
42 4 "
7
46 8 "
7
44 8 "
1
26 2 "
15
16 "
3
32 4 "
DIMENSIONS FOR
THE SIDE PANELS
(ITEM 3 & 4)):
12.590
14.890
16.890
18.890
<== CWSMUA
<== CWSMUA15
<== CWSMUA17
<== CWSMUA19
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4.4.1Wall Sleeve Installation
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WARNING
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INSTALLATION CREW MUST ADHERE TO ALL LOCAL/NATIONAL SAFE WORK PRACTICES
INCLUDING EMPLOYING APPROPRIATE FALL ARREST EQUIPMENT
To install Wall Sleeve into wall opening:
Wallsleevecanbeinstalledfrominsideoroutsidethebuilding
(FIG.12).Thesideandtopbrackets’positionneedtobeadjusted
tosuitthemethodandbuildingmaterial.
1� Withdrainholesfacingoutside,positionthesleevetowards
thewalluntilthesupportbracketsaresetonwalledge.
Leave¼“spaceinbetweenthewallandsleeveforcaulking.
2� EnsureparallelpositionbetweenWallSleeveandwall
opening.WallSleevemustbesquarefortheCondoPackto
slideintoit.
3� AttachWallSleevetothebuilding:
a� Securethesupportbracketstothewallusingfivescrew
holesoneachside.
b. Securesidepanelsintothestructuralwallusingfasteners.
!
IMPORTANT
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FROMINSIDE:
Pushthesleeve
towardsthewall
untilthesupport
bracketsareset
onwalledge.
!
SLEEVE MUST BE FASTENED TO THE STRUCTURAL
WALL AND NOT TO THE FINISHED WALL.
4� Completelyfillthespacesbetweenthewallsleeveandthe
wallwithLowExpandingInsulationFoam.
5. Wait8hoursminimumforfoamtocure.
6� PreparetheCondoPackunitforinstallation.Forunitsupport
guidesreferto“Unit Support” onthenextpage.
FROMOUTSIDE:
Pullthesleeve
towardsthewall
untilthesupport
bracketsareset
onwalledge.
7. Removewallsleevesquaringbraces(10)and(11),FIG10.
8� Installtheunit.Whenusingwallsleevesizesuchas
CWSMUA15,CWSMUA17,orCWSMUA19(otherthanthe
standardCWSMUAsize),makesuretoreplacethestandard
TopPanelbracket(W080-1384)withthespeciallydesigned
toppanelbracket(W080-1721)inordertoproperlysecure
thecabinettothewallsleeve(FIG.13).
9. Caulkallseamsbetweenthewallsleeveandthefinished
exteriorandinteriorwalls.Caulkallseamsbetweenthewall
sleeveandthecabinet. Sealthespacesusingnon-hardening
caulkingcompound.Allsealsmustbeweathertightto
prevententranceofmoistureandwaterintothebuilding.
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IMPORTANT
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W080 -1384:
STANDARD BRACKET
is factory installed
on cabinet.
W080-1721:
To be used with
CWSMUA15,
CWSMUA17,
CWSMUA19.
To be field
installed to
REPLACE factory
installed bracket.
!
CARE MUST BE TAKEN NOT TO PLUG THE DRAIN
OPENINGS IN THE BASE PANEL.
10� Wheninstalled,theWallSleeveshouldprotrude1/2”MIN.
to1”MAX.beyondtheexteriorfinishedwalltoallowproper
waterevacuationthroughthedrainholesinthebottompanel.
11� Allopeningsaroundthetop,sidesandbottomofwallsleevemustbecaulkedandsealed.Thewallopening
acrossthetopandbottomoftheWallSleevecouldbeflashedifrequired.
12� Allunusedholesneedtobesealed.
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4.5
UNIT SUPPORT
Thewallsleeveisnotintendedasthesolesupportfor
DO NOT OPERATE THE FURNACE FOR PROLONGED
theunit.Therefore,additionalsupportmustbeprovided PERIODS OF TIME
!
! A ALWAYS
WITHOUT AN AIR FILTER.
byarigidstructurethatbearstheweightoftheunitand
WEAR SAFETY GLASSES WHEN WORKING WITH
providesaninterfacefor“returnair”ducting.
TOOLS! OVER-TIGHTENING THE SCREWS MAY STRIP
• First,thesupportingplatformmustbebuilt,see
THE RETAINING HOLES. READ ALL OF THE ASSEMBLY
(FIG.14).Itcanbeconstructedofplywoodand
INSTRUCTIONS STEPS BEFORE PROCEEDING.
framinglumber.FIG.15isshowingalignmentofthe
14
platformtopwiththebasepanelofthewallsleeve.
CAUTION
Minimum height of platform = 8”
Recommended platform width = 29”
**Recommended platform depth = to allow
installation of return air duct with minimum inside
cross section of 8” x 16”. Refer to FIG. 14 and 15.
Outside Wall
Inside Wall
Wall Sleeve
Before building support
structure, consider the following:
!
IMPORTANT
V
E
L
ort
pp pth
u
N S De
MI m
** tfor
Pla
E
Ret
W
urn 7”
Air x24
Op ”
eni
n
g 18”
MAX
29 IDT
”M H
IN
2”
8” MIN
MI
N
16
”M
IN
R
** Minimum platform depth
must allow installation of
return air duct with minimum
inside cross section of 8" x 16".
More than 18” will obstruct
the access to the unit
through the side panel.
M etu
IN rn
8” A
x1 ir
6”
1� Carefullymeasuretheunitandchooseastrong
buildingmaterialforthesupportstructure.
2� Theunitshouldbeadditionallysupportedfor
levelingpurposes.
3� Anadditionalvibrationisolationmaterial(mustbe
non-combustible)maybeusedifrequired.
4� EnsurethattheplatformconnectiontoCondoPack
ReturnAirOpeningisatleast7”X24”.Itmustbe
alignedwithreturnairopeningonthebaseofthe
installedCondoPackappliance.
5. ThesupportstructureandtheWallSleevehaveto
providesecureandleveledpositionfortheunitand
amethodofbringingreturnairviaductingtothe
spaceundertheappliance.
6� Flashingtheunittoreturnairduct(belowthe
supportstructure)istobedonelaterbyfield
installationofSteelSheetExtensions(customcutto
length).See(FIG.16).
Support
Platform
L
•
•
•
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FLASHING MUST SEAL SPACE BETWEEN THE RETURN
AIR INLET OF CABINET BASE AND THE RETURN AIR
PLENUM TO AVOID DRAWING RETURN AIR FROM THE
CLOSET SPACE CONTAINING THE APPLIANCE.
REFER TO SECTION 4.7.
B
B
Wall Sleeve
16
7”
Unit
B
Wall Sleeve
These surfaces should be level
Return Air Duct
Platform Top
B
8” MIN
Flashing with
Steel sheet extension
16” MIN
Base Panel
B
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4.6
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PACKAGED UNIT INSTALLATION
Procedure
1. Verify that isolation grommets are installed in the five holes on the
top mounting bracket.
2. Bring the Condo Pack as close as possible to wall opening (FIG.
4.6.A). Carefully slide the unit into the Wall Sleeve (refer to section
4.4. “Wall Sleeve Assembly” and Installation Instructions) so the front
of the unit is in contact with the front flanges of the Wall Sleeve.
For ease of installation (OPTIONAL):
a. Install cabinet into the Wall Sleeve without cooling unit.
b. Slide cooling unit in, after cabinet is in place (FIG. 4.6.B)
c. Furnace module also can be removed separately (FIG. 4.6.C).
Refer to section “4.16.4.2 Furnace Module Removal”.
FIG. 4.6.A
Air Conditioning module removal.
Air Conditioning module can
be removed for easier cabinet
installation. Refer to section
“4.16.4.1 Air Conditioner Module
Removal”.
AC Module
FIG. 4.6.B
Furnace module removal.
Furnace module can be removed
from cabinet separately. Refer to
section “4.16.4.2 Furnace Module
Removal”.
Both modules can be installed
separately and either one of these
can be replaced as a service part
(as the complete modules).
FIG. 4.6.C
Furnace
Module
3. Use a flat washer with each 1/4”-20 x 1 1/4” screw. Secure Condo
Pack unit to the Wall Sleeve using five 1 1/4” screws through
the isolation grommets in the five holes on the Wall Sleeve top
mounting bracket (see FIG. 4.6.D).
NOTE
OVER-TIGHTENING THE SCREWS WILL
DEFORM THE ISOLATION GROMMETS AND
REDUCE THEIR EFFECTIVENESS.
1/4”-20 x 1 1/4”
Grommet
Flat Washer
FIG. 4.6.D
4. Caulk and seal all spaces around the top, sides and bottom of the
exterior grille area, making sure that the openings for drainage in the
bottom edge are not blocked.
5. Shim (FIG. 4.6.E) between unit support (Diagram B) and the bottom
rear corners of cabinet to prevent twisting loads onto structural walls. FIG. 4.6.E
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4.7
DUCTWORK
4.7.1Supply Air Ducting
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IMPORTANT
!
BOTH SUPPLY AND RETURN AIR MUST BE DUCTED TO THE APPLIANCE FROM
ROOMS SEPARATE TO THE CLOSET ENCLOSURE HOUSING THE APPLIANCE.
SUPPLY AIR DUCT (PLENUM) CONNECTION MUST BE AT LEAST THE SAME SIZE AS THE
UNIT SUPPLY AIR OPENING. SEAL SUPPLY AIR DUCTWORK TO UNIT CASING, WALLS,
CEILINGS OR FLOORS.
The ductwork should be sized and constructed in accordance with accepted industry standards:
The outlet duct may be provided with a removable access panel to view the heat exchanger during unit
servicing. Note that a full inspection of the heat exchanger is made possible by the furnace being a
“pullout” module. It shall also specify that the cover attachment prevents leaks.
a. Proper airflow is required for the correct operation of this unit. Insufficient airflow may cause
erratic operation, could cause the unit to cycle on the high temperature limit, and may damage
the heat exchanger. Excessive airflow may result in an excessively noisy duct system and
may result in undesirable consequences such as creating uncomfortable drafts. The total
static pressure drop of the air distribution system (including filters) should not exceed 0.5” wc.
It is important to provide duct(s) that are sized sufficiently to handle the larger air volumes for
heating or cooling provided by this model.
b. A FLEXIBLE DUCT CONNECTOR is an effective device to prevent the telegraphing of
mechanical noise from the furnace to other parts of the home via the ductwork. If using flexible
connectors, ensure that the adjoining duct is independently supported.
Duct sizing and construction information may be obtained from:
• A.C.C.A. (Air Conditioning Contractors of America)
• A.S.H.R.A.E. (American Society of Heating, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Engineers)
• H.R.A.I. (Heating, Refrigerating and Air Conditioning Institute (Canada)
• S.M.A.C.N.A. (Sheet Metal and Air Conditioning Contractors’ National Association (United States)
All of the above professional organizations have duct sizing manuals available.
!
WARNING
!
NEVER ALLOW THE PRODUCTS OF COMBUSTION FROM THE FLUE TO ENTER THE
RETURN AIR OR SUPPLY AIR DUCTWORK.
!
IMPORTANT
!
ALL RETURN AIR DUCTWORK MUST BE ADEQUATELY SEALED AND SECURED TO THE
UNIT WITH SHEET METAL SCREWS. TAPE THE SHEET METAL SEAMS IN THE VICINITY OF
THE UNIT WITH FOIL TAPE OR SIMILAR MATERIAL. WHEN THE UNIT IS MOUNTED ON A
PLATFORM WITH RETURN AIR THROUGH THE BOTTOM, IT MUST BE SEALED PROPERLY
BETWEEN THE UNIT AND THE RETURN AIR PLENUM.
THE FLOOR OR PLATFORM MUST PROVIDE SOUND PHYSICAL SUPPORT OF THE UNIT
WITHOUT SAGGING OR GAPS AROUND THE BASE. IT MUST ALSO BE SEALED BETWEEN
THE SUPPORT AND THE BASE.
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Provide the support inside the building in the area of the return air opening. The support should be high
enough to allow for return air to the unit as per requirements.
If required, install a resilient material between the support and the base of the unit to reduce the possible
transmission of sound and vibration.
1
Unit Flashing
Unit Opening
To seal the unit to return air duct (below the support
structure), perform following procedure steps:
24”
1. Cut a hole in the return air duct (24”x7”).
2. Align the unit opening with a return air
duct cut out.
24”x7” Return Air
Duct Opening
3. Insert steel sheet extension part A
through the opening.
4. Align the upper edges, adjusting the
height.
7”
Return Air Duct
2
5. Mount to the condo pack using four selftapping screws provided.
A
6. Insert second part B and mount to
extension part A using two screws from
inside. See cross section CC below.
CC
7”
Unit
3
A
B
A
B
Return Air Duct
Wall Sleeve
7. Adjust sheet metal extension assembly
to the unit opening if necessary and cut
off extra sheet length.
8. Secure assembly using four screws D.
9. Use Aluminum foil tape to seal all
spaces between flashing of return air
duct and the unit.
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B
D
c
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4.8
CONDENSATE DRAIN CONNECTION
The furnace and air conditioning condensate drain connections are included, but not installed. Both
drain connections are already pre-fabricated with integral P traps. To connect condensate drains to
the existing drainage systems, refer to illustrated installation steps 1-17:
1
2
3
A2
5/8” ID
5/8” ID
A
A1 A2
B
4
A
C
5/8” ID
A2
1/2”ID
Pull two clamps C over A1&A2 hose ends.
C - Hose Clamp 2X
A1/A2 - Furnace Hoses
C - Hose Clamp 1X
B - AC Hose = 5/8” ID
5
6
1. Remove two
caps (not shown)
from the bottom
of barbed
T fittings F.
E
Remove both caps E
from the top of T fittings F.
A1 A2
A2
F
D
A2
A1
Prep hose by
adding RV grade
plumbing antifreeze
into both A1&A2
hose openings until
liquid starts dripping
from the other end.
A
A
F
Connect A1&A2 hose openings
to T fittings and tighten both clamps.
8
7
F
C
1/2” ID
A - Furnace
Hoses:
A1 = 1/2” ID
A2 = 5/8” ID
B - AC Hose:
B = 5/8” ID
A1
B
A1
C
A2
A1
Navigate hoses A1&A2 INSIDE of support
bracket D as shown. Mount bracket D into
position and secure it with screw provided.
9
In order for furnace to operate,
this trap has to be filled
with water as shown.
A1
A2
Drain extra liquid.
A1
10
After adding water,
PLACE CAPS BACK
onto barbed T fittings.
E Check drain hoses
inside. Ensure the
clamps are tightly
F clamped to fittings.
A1 A2
11
Add water into
drain B opening.
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WARNING
!
CAPS COVERING BARBED FITTINGS SHALL ONLY BE REMOVED
DURING PRIMING OF THE P-TRAP, THEY MUST BE FIRMLY IN
PLACE COVERING BARBED FITTINGS DURING UNIT OPERATION.
IN ADDITION, ALL DRAIN TUBES MUST BE TIGHTLY CLAMPED
TO THE BARBED FITTINGS.
FAILURE TO FOLLOW EITHER OF THESE CONDITIONS
DURING UNIT OPERATION COULD CAUSE EXHAUST PRODUCTS
TO ENTER THE LIVING SPACE WHICH MAY RESULT
IN PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
12
In order for air conditioner
to operate, this trap has to be
filled with water as shown.
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FAILURE TO FOLLOW EITHER OF THESE CONDITIONS
DURING UNIT OPERATION COULD CAUSE EXHAUST PRODUCTS
TO ENTER THE LIVING SPACE WHICH MAY RESULT
IN PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
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11
Add water into
drain B opening.
12
In order for air conditioner
to operate, this trap has to be
filled with water as shown.
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B
B
13
B
Drain
Extra water.
C
1.
2.
B
14
3.
Place clamp
over hose
opening.
Attach hose to
AC drain.
Tighten clamp
and secure.
B
15
Furnace
Hoses
A1&A2
A1 A2
A1
A2
B
AC Hose
Furnace
Hoses
DRAIN
GOOD PRACTICE:
B
A1
A2
T- vent
fitting
DRAIN
GOOD PRACTICE:
Utilizing barbed T-fittings would provide RELIEF
TO A PRESSURE of the downstream drain.
Discharge all condensate hoses separately into
an OPEN TO ATMOSPHERE floor drain.
16
17
A1
BAD PRACTICE:
B
DO NOT connect
AC and furnace drain hoses
into CLOSED plumbing.
CAUTION
!
A2
Furnace
Hose A2
CLOSED
Furnace
Hose A1
DRAIN
!
AC
Hose B
AC Hose B
A1
BAD PRACTICE:
Extension drain hoses
MUST NEVER BE connected to
furnace and AC drain hoses directly.
Furnace drain hoses MUST NEVER
BE connected together.
B
A2
Furnace
Hose A2
Furnace
Hose A1
AC Hose B
DRAIN
DO NOT drain the condensate outdoors. DO NOT run the condensate line through areas where
freezing might occur. Freezing of condensate can result in erratic operation and in property damage.
NOTE
THE CONDENSATE HOSE LEAVING THE SIDE OF THE APPLIANCE SHALL FOLLOW A
DOWNWARD SLOPE TO THE BUILDING DRAIN AT ALL TIMES. CONDENSATE FROM THE
OUTLET OF THE DRAIN TRAP ASSEMBLY MUST BE CONVEYED TO A FLOOR DRAIN,
OR TO A CONDENSATE PUMP. IF USING A CONDENSATE PUMP, BE SURE THAT IT IS
APPROVED FOR FURNACE CONDENSATE.
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4.9
VENTING AND COMBUSTION PIPING
The venting system is an integral part of the appliance and is designed for proper operation under all
weather conditions and for winds up to 32 miles per hour. The venting system must not be modified or
added on to. The vent outlet must not be altered or extended.
The unit contains an exhaust blower which draws the combustion products out of the heat exchanger
together with dilution air and forces the mixture from the unit to the outside. No special provisions are
required for supplying air for combustion, nor is a chimney required.
4.10 GAS SUPPLY AND PIPING
In Canada, the gas piping should be installed in accordance with CAN/CSA-B149.1 and B149.2,
and in accordance with any local codes. In the United States, the gas piping should be installed in
accordance with (NFGC) NFPA 54 / ANSI Z223.1 and any local codes.
If local codes allow the use of a flexible gas appliance connector, always use a new listed connector.
Do not use a connector which has previously serviced another gas appliance. For a lever-type valve
use only a shut-off gas valve approved by CAN/CSA B149.
4.11 GAS CONNECTIONS
!
IMPORTANT
!
ALWAYS USE A BACKSTOP WRENCH TO PREVENT TWISTING OF THE GAS VALVE.
ANY STRAINS ON THE GAS VALVE CAN AFFECT POSITIONING OF THE ORIFICES
RELATIVE TO THE BURNERS. THIS COULD RESULT IN FAULTY BURNER OPERATION.
ENSURE THAT THE GAS VALVE IS NOT SUBJECTED TO HIGH PRESSURES.
!
WARNING
!
DISCONNECT THE MANUAL SHUT-OFF VALVE AND GAS VALVE DURING ANY
PRESSURE TESTING THAT EXCEEDS 1/2 P.S.I.G. (3.45 kPA).
Backstop wrench must
remain stationary.
FIG. 4.11
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The natural gas inlet supply pressure should be 5” to 7” wc. (7” wc recommended). The LP gas inlet supply
pressure should be 11” to 13” wc. (12” wc recommended). These pressures must be maintained while all other
gas fired appliances are operating at maximum conditions.
IMPORTANT
!
!
DO NOT EXCEED 13” WC INLET PRESSURE FOR LP GAS AND 10.5” WC FOR NATURAL GAS.
The gas valve has an adjustable internal regulator for controlling burner manifold pressure. Burner manifold
pressure is listed on the furnace rating plate.
WARNING
!
!
THE 30, 40 AND 50K BTU FURNACES ARE FACTORY EQUIPPED TO BURN NATURAL GAS ONLY.
CONVERSION TO LP GAS REQUIRES A NATURAL GAS TO LP CONVERSION KIT (W370-0040) EXCEPT FOR
15K BTU (CCGM015A) UNITS. THE 15K BTU UNIT COMES FACTORY EQUIPPED TO BURN NATURAL GAS.
THE 15K BTU UNITS ARE FACTORY CONVERTED FOR LP. THERE ARE NO CONVERSION KITS FOR THE
15K BTU FURNACE .
FAILURE TO USE THE PROPER CONVERSION KIT CAN CAUSE FIRE, EXPLOSION, CARBON MONOXIDE
POISONING, PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR LOSS OF LIFE.
!
IMPORTANT
!
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• CONVERSION OF THE 30, 40, 50 KBTU FURNACES REQUIRES SPECIALIZED EQUIPMENT.
CONVERSION MUST BE COMPLETED BY A TRAINED AND QUALIFIED INSTALLER, SERVICE
AGENCY OR GAS SUPPLIER. CONVERSION FROM NATURAL GAS TO LP GAS FOR 15K BTU
UNITS IS DONE ONLY AT THE FACTORY.
• CONNECT THIS FURNACE ONLY TO GAS SUPPLIED BY A COMMERCIAL UTILITY OR SUPPLIER.
PRIVATE GAS WELLS DO NOT GENERALLY PROVIDE GAS WITH CONSISTENT, UNIFORM AND
PREDICTABLE HEATING VALUES AND DENSITIES. MANY NON-COMMERCIAL WELLS CONTAIN
IMPURITIES SUCH AS SULFUR, WHICH MAY DAMAGE THE FURNACE. THIS FURNACE CANNOT
OPERATE PROPERLY OR SAFELY USING FUELS OUTSIDE NORMAL COMMERCIAL STANDARDS.
In Canada, the gas piping should be installed in accordance with CAN/CSA-B149.1 and 2, and in accordance
with any local codes. In the United States, the gas piping should be installed in accordance with (NFGC) NFPA
54 / ANSI Z223.1 and any local codes. If local codes allow the use of a flexible gas appliance connector, always
use a new listed connector. Do not use a connector, which has previously serviced another gas appliance.
!
IMPORTANT
!
To maintain a good seal in the burner area, the
gas piping through the top panel into the furnace
must be 1/2” Schedule 40 black iron pipe. The pipe
passes through a special rubber grommet that is
custom manufactured to seal tightly around the gas
pipe (FIG 4.12.).
!
IMPORTANT
!
Always use a backstop wrench to prevent twisting of the gas valve. Any strains on the gas valve
can affect positioning of the orifices relative to
the burners. This could result in faulty burner
operation.
ENSURE THAT THE GAS VALVE IS NOT
SUBJECTED TO HIGH PRESSURES.
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4.13 LEAK TESTING
AllnewgaspipinginstallationsshouldbepressuretestedasspecifiedbyCAN/CSA-B149.1&2,orNFPA54
ANSIZ223.1orANSI/NFPA58,“Standard for the Storage and Handling of Liquefied Petroleum Gases.”
Gaspipingthathasnotbeenpressuretested,fromthemanualshut-offvalvetothefurnacegasvalvefor
example,shouldbeleaktestedusinganelectroniccombustiblegasdetector,acommerciallypreparedleak
detector,orotherlocallyapprovedmethod.
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4.14 PURGING GAS LINES
Both, the unit and its manual gas shut-off valve must be disconnected from the gas supply piping system
during any pressure testing of that system, if test pressure exceeds 1/2 psi (3.5 kPa).
!
WARNING
!
FIRE OR EXPLOSION HAZARD!
NEVER TEST FOR GAS LEAKS WITH AN OPEN FLAME.
NEVER USE A MATCH, TAPER, CIGARETTE LIGHTER, FLAME OR ANY OTHER
IGNITION SOURCE TO CHECK FOR LEAKS IN A GAS LINE.
USE A COMMERCIALLY AVAILABLE SOAP SOLUTION MADE SPECIFICALLY
FOR THE DETECTION OF LEAKS TO CHECK ALL CONNECTIONS.
FAILURE TO ADHERE TO THIS WARNING CAN CAUSE A FIRE OR EXPLOSION
RESULTING IN PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY, OR LOSS OF LIFE.
4.15 CONVERSIONS
4.15.1
High altitude conversion
In Canada, unit is certified up to 4500 feet with no de-rate for Natural gas only. LP (propane) requires a 10%
reduction of input capacity for elevating from 2000 - 4500 feet (610m - 1372m). In the United States, the modifications for high altitude are based on a 4% reduction of input capacity
for every 1000 feet (305m) above 2000 feet (610m) above sea level. Consult with local fuel suppliers or
authorities to determine local regulations or customs.
4.15.2
Natural to LP Gas Conversion
NOTE
• THIS PROCEDURE DOES NOT APPLY TO 15K BTU/h UNITS (CCGM015A).
This unit is manufactured as a natural gas appliance that may be converted to LP gas through the use of
the Conversion Kit (W370-0040). This kit contains the conversion kit instructions, orifices needed for all
models, the regulator spring for the gas valve, and a label to affix adjacent to the appliance rating plate to
alert subsequent service technicians of the conversion. The parts removed for this conversion must remain
with the furnace for any future conversion back to natural gas.
4.15.3
Checking the Inlet Gas Pressure
WHITE-RODGERS 36J24-214 / 36J24-218P1 SINGLE STAGE GAS VALVE
1� Turnoffthegasandelectricalsupplytothefurnace.
2� Backoffinletpressuretestscrew(inletpressureboss,seeFIGURE28&29)counterclockwiseoutone
turnmaximum,witha3/32”Allenwrench.AttachahoseandcalibratedU-tubeordigitalmanometertothe
inletpressureboss.Hoseshouldoverlapboss3/8”.Themanometermusthaveascalerangeofatleast0”
to15”ofwatercolumn.
3� TurnONthegasandelectricalsupplyandoperatethefurnaceandallothergasconsumingapplianceson
thesamegassupplyline.Usingaleakdetectionsolution,checkforleaksaroundthegasvalve/manifold
connectionandtheburnerorifices.Repairanyleaksbeforecontinuing.
4� Measurefurnacegasinletpressurewithburnersfiring.Inletpressuremustbewithintherangespecifiedon
thefurnaceratingplate.5-7”w.c.(NaturalGas)or11-13”w.c.(LP).
Iftheinletpressurediffersfromtheratingplate,checkthegaspipingsizeand/orconsultwithlocalgas
utility.Ifworkingonanaturalgassystem,contactthegasutility.Theymayinsistonanyserviceregulator
adjustmentsbeingmadebytheirownstaff.
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5. Turnoffgasandelectricalsupplytofurnace,removethemanometerhosefromtheinletpressuretapboss,
andtightentheinletpressuretapscrewusingthe3/32”Allenwrench.(Clockwise,7in-lbminimum).
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4� Measurefurnacegasinletpressurewithburnersfiring.Inletpressuremustbewithintherangespecifiedon
thefurnaceratingplate.5-7”w.c.(NaturalGas)or11-13”w.c.(LP).
Iftheinletpressurediffersfromtheratingplate,checkthegaspipingsizeand/orconsultwithlocalgas
utility.Ifworkingonanaturalgassystem,contactthegasutility.Theymayinsistonanyserviceregulator
adjustmentsbeingmadebytheirownstaff.
5. Turnoffgasandelectricalsupplytofurnace,removethemanometerhosefromtheinletpressuretapboss,
andtightentheinletpressuretapscrewusingthe3/32”Allenwrench.(Clockwise,7in-lbminimum).
6� Turnonthegassupplyandelectricalpowertothefurnace.
7. Usingaleakdetectionsolution,checkforleaksatpressurebossscrew.Bubblesformingindicatealeak.
SHUTOFFGASANDFIXALLLEAKSIMMEDIATELY!
8� Turngasbackonandtestinletpressurebosswithleakdetector.
Ifproblemswereencounteredwithobtainingenoughpressure,firstexaminethegaspipingsystemtoensure
thatitiscorrectlysized.PipesizingisspecifiedinCAN/CSA-B-149.1&2,andinNFPA54/ANSIZ223.1.Be
suretocheckforrestrictions,partiallyclosedvalves,etc.
Insomecircumstances,highinletpressurecanberemediedwiththeuseofaninlineapplianceregulator.If
aninlineapplianceregulatorisused,ensurethatithasthecapacitytoadequatelyhandlethegasvolume
requiredbythefurnaceandanyotherappliancesreceivinggasfromtheheaderservingthefurnace.
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FIG. 28. - W
HITE RODGERS 36J24-214 GAS VALVE
4.15.4
FIG. 29. VALVE PRESSURE CHECK KIT
Setting the manifold pressure
Whentheinstallationiscompletedtothe“Start-up & Setup”stage,testthegasmanifoldpressurebyfollowing
thesesteps:
WHITE-RODGERS 36J24-214 SINGLE STAGE GAS VALVE
1� Turnoffthegasandelectricalsupplybeforeproceeding.
2� Backoffoutletpressuretestscrew(outletpressureboss,seefig.28&29)counterclockwiseoutonemore
turnmaximum,witha3/32”Allenwrench.AttachahoseandacalibratedU-tubeordigitalmanometerto
theoutletpressureboss.Hoseshouldoverlapboss3/8”.Themanometermusthaveascalerangeofat
least0”to15”ofwatercolumn.
3� TurnonthegassupplyandelectricalpowertothefurnaceandenergizemainsolenoidbyconnectingRto
Wontheintegratedcontrolboard.
4� Removescrewfromtheoutletpressureregulatoradjusttower(fig.28)andturntheplasticregulator
adjustmentscrewclockwisetoincreasemanifoldpressureorcounterclockwisetoreducemanifold
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pressure.Manifoldpressureshouldbesetto3.5”w.c.fornaturalgas,10.5”w.c.forLPgas.Alwaysadjust
regulatoraccordingtooriginalequipmentmanufacturer’sspecificationslistedontheapplianceratingplate.
turnmaximum,witha3/32”Allenwrench.AttachahoseandacalibratedU-tubeordigitalmanometerto
theoutletpressureboss.Hoseshouldoverlapboss3/8”.Themanometermusthaveascalerangeofat
least0”to15”ofwatercolumn.
3�
TurnonthegassupplyandelectricalpowertothefurnaceandenergizemainsolenoidbyconnectingRto
Whentheinstallationiscompletedtothe“Start-up
& Setup”stage,testthegasmanifoldpressurebyfollowing
Wontheintegratedcontrolboard.
thesesteps:
4� Removescrewfromtheoutletpressureregulatoradjusttower(fig.28)andturntheplasticregulator
WHITE-RODGERS 36J24-214 SINGLE STAGE GAS VALVE
adjustmentscrewclockwisetoincreasemanifoldpressureorcounterclockwisetoreducemanifold
1� Turnoffthegasandelectricalsupplybeforeproceeding.
pressure.Manifoldpressureshouldbesetto3.5”w.c.fornaturalgas,10.5”w.c.forLPgas.Alwaysadjust
regulatoraccordingtooriginalequipmentmanufacturer’sspecifi
cationslistedontheapplianceratingplate.
2� Backoffoutletpressuretestscrew(outletpressureboss,seefi
g.28&29)counterclockwiseoutonemore
turnmaximum,witha3/32”Allenwrench.AttachahoseandacalibratedU-tubeordigitalmanometerto
Whenthecorrectpressurehasbeenestablished,securelyreplacetheregulatorcoverscrew.
theoutletpressureboss.Hoseshouldoverlapboss3/8”.Themanometermusthaveascalerangeofat
FAILURE TO REPLACE COVER SCREW WILL LEAD TO A FIRE HAZARD!
least0”to15”ofwatercolumn.
5. Turnoffthegasandelectricalsupplytothefurnace.
3� TurnonthegassupplyandelectricalpowertothefurnaceandenergizemainsolenoidbyconnectingRto
6� Removethemanometerhosefromtheoutletpressuretapboss,andtightentheoutletpressuretapscrew
Wontheintegratedcontrolboard.
usingthe3/32”Allenwrench.(Clockwise,7in-lbminimum).
4� Removescrewfromtheoutletpressureregulatoradjusttower(fig.28)andturntheplasticregulator
7. Turnonthegassupplyandelectricalpowertothefurnace.
adjustmentscrewclockwisetoincreasemanifoldpressureorcounterclockwisetoreducemanifold
8� Turnonsystempowerandenergizevalve.
pressure.Manifoldpressureshouldbesetto3.5”w.c.fornaturalgas,10.5”w.c.forLPgas.Alwaysadjust
!
!
cationslistedontheapplianceratingplate.
9. regulatoraccordingtooriginalequipmentmanufacturer’sspecifi
Usingaleakdetectionsolution,checkforleaksatpressurebossscrew.Bubblesformingindicatealeak.
SHUT OFF GAS AND FIX ALL LEAKS IMMEDIATELY!
Whenthecorrectpressurehasbeenestablished,securelyreplacetheregulatorcoverscrew.
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WARNING
ALL REGULATOR ADJUSTMENTS MUST BE DONE BY A TRAINED, QUALIFIED TECHNICIAN.
FAILURE TO MODIFICATIONS
REPLACE COVER OR
SCREW
WILL LEAD TO
A FIRE
HAZARD!
IMPROPER
ADJUSTMENTS
CAN
RESULT
IN FIRE
OR EXPLOSION
H18.5.1.1
5. Turnoffthegasandelectricalsupplytothefurnace.
CAUSING PROPERTY DAMAGE, SEVERE PERSONAL INJURY OR LOSS OF LIFE.
6� R
emovethemanometerhosefromtheoutletpressuretapboss,andtightentheoutletpressuretapscrew
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usingthe3/32”Allenwrench.(Clockwise,7in-lbminimum).
7. Turnonthegassupplyandelectricalpowertothefurnace.
8� Turnonsystempowerandenergizevalve.
9. Usingaleakdetectionsolution,checkforleaksatpressurebossscrew.Bubblesformingindicatealeak.
SHUT OFF GAS AND FIX ALL LEAKS IMMEDIATELY!
4.15.5
Checking furnace input
H18.5.1.1
Thenaturalgassupplypressureshouldbeamaximumof7”wcandminimumof5”wc.Theburnermanifold
pressureisfactorysetto3.5”wc.Theinputratingoftheheatmoduleisbasedon1000Btu/ft³gas.
Sinceheatingvaluesforthegasvarygeographically,theactualheatmoduleinputandoutputwillvary
accordingly.Forexample,naturalgaswitha900Btu/ft³heatingvaluewillreducetheinputto90%ofthe
ratedinput.Naturalgaswitha1100Btu/ft³heatingvaluewillincreasetheinputtoapproximately110%ofthe
ratedinput.Thisisnotusuallyaproblem;however,adjustmentstocompensateforthiscanbemadebyminor
adjustmentstotheburnermanifoldpressureorbychangingtheburnerorificesize.Contactthefuelsupplierfor
specificheatingcontentvalues.
Anyadjustmentstotheburnermanifoldpressureshouldbecarriedoutwiththeuseofamanometeror
calibratedMagnehelic®gauge.Donotadjustthegasvalvepressureregulatormorethan±0.3”wc.Referto:
Setting The Manifold Gas Pressure and Figure 30.
!
IMPORTANT
!
NEVER ADJUST THE INPUT OF THE HEAT MODULE TO EXCEED THE INPUT
SHOWN ON THE RATING PLATE.
FIG. 30. - MANOMETER MEASURING GAS MANIFOLD PRESSURE
INPUT =
HEATING value of gas X 3600
TIME in sec. for 1 CU. FT.
where:
• INPUT is expressed in btu/hr
• HEATING value of the gas is expressed in btu/ft3
• and TIME is the number of seconds required
for the test dial to indicate 1 cubic foot.
If using a gas meter with SI (metric) units:
• 1 cubic foot = 0.0283 cubic meters
• 1 cubic meter = 35.315 cubic feet
• 0.01 cubic meter = 0.3531 cubic feet
• 0.5 cubic meter = 1.766 cubic feet
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!
WARNING
!
ALL ELECTRICAL WORK MUST BE DONE BY A TRAINED, QUALIFIED TECHNICIAN. IMPROPER
MODIFICATIONS OR ADJUSTMENTS CAN RESULT IN FIRE OR EXPLOSION, CAUSING
PROPERTY DAMAGE, SEVERE PERSONAL INJURY OR LOSS OF LIFE.
•
In Canada, all electrical work and grounding must be in accordance with the latest edition of CSA-C22.1,
Canadian Electrical Code Part 1, and any applicable local code. In the United States, all electrical work
must be in accordance with the latest edition of the National Electrical Code, ANSI / NFPA 70.
• The operating voltage of the unit is from 197 to 253 volts. Operating the equipment outside of these limits
will void the warranty.
• The wiring diagram Is located behind the furnace access panel.
• Ensure that electrical components in the indoor section are protected from water.
The rating plate indicates the operating voltage, phase, ampacity, maximum fuse size, and minimum voltage
Refer to the rating plate located on the unit for proper fuse or breaker size.
4.16.1
Electrical Wiring And Connections
4.16.1.1
Main Disconnect Switch
Before proceeding with the electrical connections, ensure that the available electrical supply is compatible with
the voltage, frequency and phase listed on the appliance rating plate.
It is NOT permissible to connect unit to accessories such as humidifier transformers, condensate pumps and
electronic air cleaners.
!
WARNING
!
PROVIDE EACH CONDOPACK UNIT WITH ITS OWN SEPARATE ELECTRICAL CIRCUIT, MEANS
OF CIRCUIT PROTECTION, AND ELECTRICAL DISCONNECT SWITCH. FOLLOW CURRENT
NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE ANSI/NFPA 70, CSA C22.1 C.E.C. PART 1, AND STATE AND
LOCAL CODES. FAILURE TO PROVIDE THESE SHUT-OFF MEANS COULD CAUSE
ELECTRICAL SHOCK OR FIRE, RESULTING IN DAMAGE, INJURY OR DEATH.
!
WARNING
!
SHUT OFF ELECTRICAL POWER AT THE FUSE BOX OR SERVICE PANEL BEFORE
MAKING ANY ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS. FAILURE TO DO SO CAN CAUSE
ELECTRICAL SHOCK RESULTING IN PERSONAL INJURY OR LOSS OF LIFE.
• THE FURNACE CABINET MUST HAVE AN UNINTERRUPTED GROUND.
• A GROUND WIRE IS PROVIDED IN THE ELECTRICAL JUNCTION BOX.
• DO NOT USE GAS PIPING AS A GROUND.
FAILING TO GROUND THE FURNACE PROPERLY CAN RESULT IN ELECTRIC SHOCK
RESULTING IN PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
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4.16.1.2
Service Switch
It is mandatory to supply the unit with a disconnect switch located BEFORE the unit, making sure that one
does not have to pass the unit perimeter in order to disconnect power to the unit.
Although is not necessary, but is recommended that rooms with more than one entrance are equipped with a
separate unit disconnect switch, located close the room entrance.
!
IMPORTANT
!
THE SERVICE SWITCH SHOULD BE CLEARLY LABELED AND INSTALLED IN A LOCATION
WHERE IT IS NOT LIKELY TO BE MISTAKEN AS BEING A LIGHT SWITCH OR SIMILAR CONTROL.
4.16.2
Electrical Wiring And Connections
Theunitisshippedfullywiredexceptfortheconnectionstothehousewiring.Theunitpowerconnections
aremadeinajunctionboxlocatedonthetopofthecabinet(refertoFigure4.0).Thejunctionboxcontainsa
BLACKwiretobeconnectedwithL1(hot),aWHITEwiretobeconnectedwithL2(Neutral),andaGROUND
LUGtobeconnectedtotheground.
NOTE
UsegoodqualitywirenutssuchasMarrette®
connectors,Ideal®wirenuts,etc.
!
IMPORTANT
!
USE COPPER CONDUCTORS ONLY.
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R
G
G
L1
L2
G
W R
HI COOL
G Y
Y
THERMOSTAT
WIRING
G
FLAME
ROD
GAS
VALVE
G C
V
BK
R
SPARK
IGNITION
BOARD
EXHAUSTER
O
R
W
R
GAS PRESSURE
HIGH PRESSURE
SWITCH
FLAME ROLLOUT
GAS FURNACE
FRONT MANIFOLD
COVER SWITCH
HIGH HEAT TEMPERATURE
SWITCH
R
G
W
BK
BK
R
LEGEND / LÉGENDE
BK - BLACK / NOIR
BL - BLUE / BLEU
BR - BROWN / BRUN
G - GREEN / VERT
O - ORANGE / ORANGE
R - RED / ROUGE
V - VIOLET / VIOLET
W - WHITE / BLANC
Y - YELLOW / JAUNE
COLOUR CODE /
CODE DE COULEUR
W - HEATING / CHAUFFAGE
R - 24 VAC
G - FAN / VENTILATEUR
Y/Y2 - COOLING / REFROIDISSEMENT
C - COMMON
THERMOSTAT CONNECTIONS /
FILAGE DU THERMOSTAT
GAS PRESSURE HIGH PRESSURE SWITCH
GAS VALVE
HIGH EFFICIENCY GAS FURNACE MODULE
HIGH HEAT TEMPERATURE SWITCH
HIGH PRESSURE SWITCH
INDOOR SECTION
INTERGRATED FURNACE CONTROL BOARD
LINE FEED AND RETURN TO LOWER MODULE
LINE FEED AND RETURN TO UPPER MODULE
LINE FEED TO BLOWER MOTOR
LOW AMBINET SWITCH
LOWER MODULE
MOLEX MOTOR CONNECTIONS
OUTDOOR FAN MOTOR
OUTDOOR SECTION
SEE NOTE
SPARK IGNITION BOARD
THERMOSTAT WIRING
UPPER MODULE
AIR CONDITIONING MODULE
BLOWER ONLY MODULE
BLOWER SPEED SELECTION
COMPRESSOR
CONNECTOR
CONTACTOR
CONTROL SIGNAL TO LOWER MODULE
CONTROL SIGNAL TO UPPER MODULE
DUAL RUN CAPACITOR
EXHAUSTER
FLAME ROD
FLAME ROLLOUT
GAS FURNACE FRONT MANIFOLD COVER SWITCH
ENGLISH
FRENCH
MODULE DE CLIMATISATION
MODULE DE LA SOUFFLERIE SEULEMENT
SÉLECTION DE LA VITESSE DE LA SOUFFLERIE
COMPRESSEUR
RACCORD
CONTACTEUR
SIGNAL DE COMMANDE DU MODULE INFÉRIEUR
SIGNAL DE COMMANDE DU MODULE SUPÉRIEUR
CONDENSATEUR DOUBLE
VENTILATEUR D’ÉVACUATION
ÉLECTRODE DE DÉTECTION DE FLAMME
LIMITEUR DE RETOUR DE FLAMME
INTERRUPTEUR DU COUVERCLE DU COLLECTEUR AVANT DE LA
FOURNAISE AU GAZ
INTERRUPTEUR DE HAUTE PRESSION DU GAZ
SOUPAPE DE GAZ
MODULE DE FOURNAISE AU GAZ À HAUT RENDEMENT
INTERRUPTEUR DE SURCHAUFFE
COMMUTATEUR HAUTE PRESSION
COMPARTIMENT INTÉRIEUR
TABLEAU DE CONTRÔLE INTÉGRÉ DE LA FOURNAISE
ALIMENTATION ET RETOUR DU FIL AU MODULE INFÉRIEUR
ALIMENTATION ET RETOUR DU FIL AU MODULE SUPÉRIEUR
ALIMENTATION DU FIL AU MOTEUR DE LA SOUFFLERIE
INTERRUPTEUR DE BASSE TEMPÉRATURE
MODULE INFÉRIEUR
RACCORDEMENTS DU MOTEUR MOLEX
MOTEUR DE SOUFFLERIE EXTÉRIEUR
COMPARTIMENT EXTÉRIEUR
VOIR NOTE
PANNEAU DE CONTRÔLE D’ALLUMAGE
FILAGE DU THERMOSTAT
MODULE SUPÉRIEUR
TRANSLATIONS
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NOTE 1 : BRANCHEZ AU FIL DE VITESSE CORRESPONDANT. UTILISEZ LE COUPLEUR INCLUS POUR LES VITESSES COMMUNES DE
VENTILATEUR. RÉFÉREZ-VOUS AU MANUEL IOM (W415-1308) POUR LA SÉLECTION DES VITESSES APPROPRIÉES DU MOTEUR
DE LA SOUFFLERIE POUR CHACUN DES MODÈLES CONDO PACK PSC.
NOTE 1: CONNECT TO THE CORRESPONDING SPEED WIRE. USE INCLUDED SPLITTER FOR COMMON FAN SPEEDS. REFER TO IOM
(W415-1307) FOR CORRECT BLOWER MOTOR SPEED SELECTION FOR EACH OF THE PSC CONDO PACK MODELS.
1 - 100%
2 - 85%
3 - 60%
4 - 35%
5 - 25%
ECM MOTOR SPEED CODE /
CODE DE VITESSE DU MOTEUR ECM
OPTIONAL WIRING / FILAGE OPTIONNEL
LOW VOLTAGE FIELD WIRING /
FIL BASSE TENSION
Heating (Upper Module) Wiring Diagram
L1 L2 GND
R
W
W R
W
USE COPPER WIRES / UTILISER DES FILS D’ALIMENTATION EN CUIVRE.
4.16.3.1
208/230 VAC
W
G
LOW COOL
PARK
XFMR
LINE
INTEGRATED
FURNACE CONTROL
BOARD
NEUTRALS
W
BK
WARNING: DISCONNECT ALL POWER SUPPLIES BEFORE SERVICING OR INSTALLING UNITS. FAILURE TO DO SO MAY CAUSE
PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
AVERTISSEMENT : DÉBRANCHEZ TOUS LES CORDONS D’ALIMENTATION AVANT L’ENTRETIEN OU L’INSTALLATION D’UNE UNITÉ.
LE NON RESPECT DE CETTE INDICATION PEUT ENTRAÎNER DES DOMMAGES MATÉRIELS, DES BLESSURES OU LA MORT.
Wiring Diagrams
BK
BL
BK
W
BL
BK
(UPPER MODULE)
HIGH EFFICIENCY GAS FURNACE MODULE
4.16.3
(LOWER MODULE)
24V CONTROL SIGNAL
TO LOWER MODULE
L1/L2 LINE FEED TO
LOWER MODULE
W
5
4
3
1
SEE NOTE 1
BK
L1
BK
R
R
BK
L2
L1/L2 LINE FEED TO
BLOWER MOTOR
BK
L1
R
L2
L1/L2 LINE RETURN
TO LOWER MODULE
R
ECM X-13
MOLEX MOTOR
CONNECTIONS
L1
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WIRING DIAGRAM / SCHÉMA DE CÂBLAGE
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4.16.3.2
Air Conditioner (Lower Module) Wiring Diagram
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CACM MODULE REV. B - WIRING DIAGRAM / SCHÉMA DE CÂBLAGE
UPPER MODULE
AIR CONDITIONING MODULE
ECM X-13
MOLEX MOTOR
CONNECTIONS
L2
L1 1
2
ECM
G
G
C
3
5
4
SEE CONTINUING DETAIL ON
UPPER MODULE WIRING
DIAGRAM / VOIR LES DÉTAILS
SUR LE SCHÉMA DE CÂBLAGE
DU MODULE SUPÉRIEUR
SEE NOTE 1
1
1
2
2
3
3
4
4
5
W
5
W
R
BL
W
24V CONTROL
SIGNAL TO
LOWER
MODULE
L2
L1
208/230 VAC
BK
CONNECTOR
R
BK
CONTACTOR
L2
L1
T2
T1
R
BK
BL
L2
L2
L1
L1
L1 / L2 LINE FEED AND RETURN
TO UPPER MODULE
208/230 VAC
24V CONTROL SIGNAL
TO LOWER MODULE
INDOOR SECTION
C
DUAL RUN
CAPACITOR
FAN HERM
Y
Y
HIGH PRESSURE SWITCH
Y
LOW AMBIENT SWITCH
BK
BK
BK
COMPRESSOR
C
R
C
BK
BR
Y OR BR
R
S G R
S
BL
W OR R
OUTDOOR SECTION
G
OUTDOOR CONDENSER FAN
G
G
208/230 VAC
GND
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4.16.3.3
Blower Only (Lower Module) Wiring Diagram
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WIRING DIAGRAM / SCHÉMA DE CÂBLAGE
SEE CONTINUING DETAIL ON
UPPER MODULE WIRING
DIAGRAM / VOIR LES DÉTAILS
SUR LE SCHÉMA DE CÂBLAGE
DU MODULE SUPÉRIEUR
ECM X-13
MOLEX MOTOR
CONNECTIONS
L2
L1
1
ECM
G
G
C
2
3
5
4
SEE NOTE 1
1
1
2
2
3
3
4
4
5
W
5
W
R
BL
BK
24V CONTROL
SIGNAL TO
LOWER
MODULE
W
CONNECTOR
R
BK
L2
L1
L2
L2
L1
L1
BL
Y
G
208/230 VAC
L1/L2 LINE FEED AND RETURN
TO UPPER MODULE
208/230VAC
24V CONTROL SIGNAL
TO LOWER MODULE
G
208/230 VAC
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4.16.4
Removal of Air Conditioner and Furnace Modules
VESTIBULE
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FURNACE
VESTIBULE
Sparker
Board
AIR
CONDITIONER
C
Main Molex
Connector
Transformer
Main Circuit Board
D
Drain
A2
B2
A1
Capacitor
Contactor
B1
X13 Molex
AC Molex
DO NOT TOUCH!
Note: Refer to “4.16.3 Wiring Diagrams”.
!
WARNING
!
ALL ELECTRICAL WORK MUST BE DONE BY A TRAINED, QUALIFIED TECHNICIAN.
IMPROPER MODIFICATIONS OR ADJUSTMENTS CAN RESULT IN FIRE OR EXPLOSION
CAUSING PROPERTY DAMAGE, SEVERE PERSONAL INJURY OR LOSS OF LIFE.
1
1. Turn Main Power disconect OFF.
2. Turn Gas Disconnect OFF.
2
3
AC module: Pull lower door off.
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4.16.4.1
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Air Conditioner Module Removal
4
5
6
A1
Remove 9 screws from the furnace
front panel.
Pull down and remove the front panel.
Squeeze the
two tabs on the
Molex connector A1
and take apart AC wiring harness.
7
8
9
B1
Squeeze the two tabs on the X13
Blower Motor Molex Connector B1
to separate the wiring.
Take apart blower wiring harness by
disconnecting Molex Connector B1 .
B2
A2
Pull out the first set of wiring
harness A2.
13
Once Molex is separated,
rotate A2 plastic block 1/4 turn.
12
11
10
A2
B1
B2
Rotate B2 plastic block 1/4 turn.
Pull up the second wiring
harness out from the opening.
15
14
C
Disconnect the main Molex
Connector C (Optional for AC modul).
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Disconnect AC
drain hose.
Remove the bracket
underneath if necessary
and slide the AC unit out.
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4.16.4.2
Furnace Module Removal
18
17
16
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A1
Remove 9 screws from the furnace
front panel.
Pull down and remove the front panel.
19
20
21
Take apart blower wiring harness by
disconnecting Molex Connector B1 .
23
22
A2
B1
B1
Squeeze the two tabs on the X13
Blower Motor Molex Connector B1
to separate the wiring harness.
Squeeze the
two tabs on the
Molex connector A1
and take apart AC wiring harness.
Once Molex is separated,
rotate A2 plastic block 1/4 turn.
24
B2
B2
A2
Pull out the first wiring harness A2.
25
Rotate B2 plastic block 1/4 turn.
26
C
27
Gas
Shutt OFF
valve
Union
T - Connector
°90 - Connector
Disconnect the main Molex
connector C.
Drip Cap
Pull up the second set of wiring
harness out from the opening.
6” Piping 1/2”
Nipple supplied
Condo Pack
1. Turn gas OFF.
2. Disconnect Union connector.
3. Remove gas piping downflow
from Union connector.
4. Remove °90
connector from
6” nipple
(supplied on
GAS module).
5. Disconnect drain
trap hoses .
6. Disconnect a
thermostat.
7. Slide the Heating Module out.
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1
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2
3
8
Sparker
Board
Transformer
Do not forget to
remove the side screw #8.
Main Circuit Board
4
5
7 8
6
Side
Screw
Remove all 8 screws
holding the furnace
module in, as shown in
the this diagram (28).
29
30
31
When sliding furnace
into the cabinet,
make sure the module
slides UNDER the rail.
Once everything is disconnected, slide
the furnace out.
32
1
3
33
2
34
Sparker
Board
Sparker
Board
Main Circuit Board
Main Circuit Board
4
5
6
8
7
Secure furnace module by replacing
the 8 screws on the front.
Make sure not to forget side screw #8.
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C
Transformer
Transformer
Drain
D
A2
AC Molex
A1
B2
Capacitor
Contactor
X3 Molex
B1
Reconnect wiring harnesses.
1. Reconnect both drain trap hoses.
2. Turn the Main Gas Valve ON.
3. Turn the Main Power Disconnect ON.
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4.16.5
Low Voltage Wiring
Thethermostatandcontrolwiringshouldbeaminimumof18AWGcopper.Excessivelengthsofwiremay
resultinenoughvoltagedroptoimpairtheproperfunctioningofthefurnace.Forthermostatwiresinexcessof
25feet(7.6m),use16AWG;50feet(15.2m),use14AWG.
H53.1
4.16.6
Thermostat
Thethermostatshouldbelocatedapproximately5feet(1524mm)abovethefloor,onaninsidewallwherethere
isgoodnaturalaircirculation,andwherethethermostatwillbeexposedtoaverageroomtemperatures.Avoid
locationswherethethermostatwillbeexposedtocolddrafts,heatfromnearbylampsorappliances,exposureto
sunlight,heatfrominsidewallstacks,etc.
H53.2
4.16.7
Blower
The unit contains a direct-drive, multi-speed blower. The proper speeds have been preset at the factory for
heating and cooling. For recommended heating/cooling speeds for specific models refer to Table 4. in “5.4.1
Temperature Rise Check” section. Direct-drive blower motors are permanently lubricated and do not require
oiling.
4.16.8
Limit Control
4.16.9
Installation and Operation in Extremely Cold Weather Areas
A fixed temperature limit control is provided which will shut off the gas to the main burners if the unit is
overheated for any reason. The control must not be adjusted or relocated.
In areas where extremely cold (below 20°F) outdoor temperatures can be expected, some additional
installation and operating precautions should be taken. The following precautions are taken to prevent possible
vent system ice blockage that could result in safety shutdown of the burners:
1. Adjust to the highest achievable temperature rise within the rise and static pressure ranges
specified on the rating plate. Depending on specific model, it may be possible to change to a lower
heating blower speed tap to get a higher temperature rise.
2. Make sure there are no leaks of outside air into the return air system.
3. Keep the outside louver grille as free as possible of any ice that may form and obstruct the flue
outlet.
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5. STARTUP AND SHUTDOWN
The Condo Pack is designed to be used with residential single-stage cooling and single-stage heating wall
thermostats with automatic or manual mode changeover. Automatic changeover thermostats must include a
deadband to prevent cycling between cooling and heating modes. Single-pole, single-throw thermostats are
not suitable for use with Condo Pack. The unit incorporates a 90-second time delay to keep the indoor blower
operating after cooling is satisfied to reduce operating costs. Indoor blower motor speed for cooling
and heating modes can be altered by changing the motor speed taps on the Endura Pro Motor harness.
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FURNACE STARTUP
Thisfurnaceisequippedwithasparkignition(SI)device.Eachtimethattheroomthermostatcallsforheat,the
SIlightsthemainburnersdirectly.Seethelightinginstructionsonthefurnace.
Whenthegassupplyisinitiallyconnectedtothefurnace,thegaspipingmaybefullofair.Inordertopurgethis
air,theinstallermustusepurgingequipmentandtechniquesaslistedinNationalandLocalGascodes.Allow
fiveminutesforanygastodissipatebeforecontinuingwiththestart-upprocedure.Besureproperventilationis
available.
Duringinitialstart-up,itisnotunusualforodortocomeoutofanyroomregister.Toensureproperventilation,it
isrecommendedtoopenwindowsanddoors,beforeinitialfiring.
Thefurnacehasanegativepressureswitchthatisasafetyduringacallforheat.Theinduceddraftblowermust
pullanegativepressureontheheatexchangertoclosethenegativepressureswitch.Theinduceddraftblower
mustmaintainatleastthenegativepressureswitchsetpointforthefurnacetooperate.Iftheinduceddraft
blowerfailstocloseormaintaintheclosingofthenegativepressureswitch,a“noheatcall”wouldresult.
NOTE
Itisrequired/mandatorythatthedraintrapassemblybeprimedbeforetheinitialstartup.Refertothe
instructionsonhowtoprimethecondensatetraponthedrainpipingsectioninthismanual.Adrytrap
willallowairtobedrawnthroughtherecoverycoildrain,whichwillpreventthecondensatefromdraining
fromtherecoverycoil.Ifenoughcondensateaccumulatesintherecoverycoil,therecoverycoilpressure
switchwillsensethisconditionandbreakitselectricalcontacts,andextinguishcombustion.Ifthistakes
place,theinducedblowerwillstopafterabriefpost-purgecycle,thecondensatewilldrainoutandfillthe
trap.Ifthethermostatisstillcallingforheat,theignitionsequencewillstartagainaftera5minutewait.
!
WARNING
!
FAILURE TO SEAL DRAIN T-FITTINGS WITH CAPS WILL CAUSE A CARBON
MONOXIDE HAZARD!
H21.0.1
1. Shut off the electrical power to the unit and set the room thermostat to its lowest setting.
2. Turn the thermostat to HEAT mode.
3. Remove the burner compartment access door.
!
IMPORTANT
!
ENSURE THAT THE MANUAL GAS VALVE SWITCH HAS BEEN IN THE “OFF” POSITION FOR
AT LEAST 5 MIN. DO NOT ATTEMPT TO MANUALLY LIGHT THE MAIN BURNERS.
4. Turn the gas valve switch to the “ON” position.
5. Replace the burner compartment access door.
6. Turn on furnace appliance shut off valve.
7. Restore electrical power to the furnace.
8. Set the room thermostat to a point above room temperature to light the furnace.
9. After the burners are lit, set the room thermostat to the desired temperature.
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5.2
FURNACE SHUTDOWN
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Set the room thermostat to below set point.
Remove the burner compartment access door.
Turn the gas valve switch to the “OFF” position.
The furnace appliance shut-off valve may be closed if desired.
Power to the furnace must remain ON for the air conditioner to work.
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IMPORTANT
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IF YOU INTEND TO BE AWAY FROM HOME FOR LENGTHY PERIODS OF TIME DURING
THE NON-HEATING SEASON, IT IS ADVISABLE TO FOLLOW THE FURNACE SHUT DOWN
PROCEDURE.
!
WARNING
!
SHOULD OVERHEATING OCCUR OR THE GAS BURNERS FAIL TO SHUT OFF, CLOSE THE
MANUAL GAS VALVE FOR THE FURNACE BEFORE SHUTTING OFF THE ELECTRICAL
POWER TO THE FURNACE. FAILURE TO DO SO CAN CAUSE AN EXPLOSION OR FIRE
RESULTING IN PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR LOSS OF LIFE.
BEFORE RESTARTING THE FURNACE,
CHECK ALL PLASTIC VENTS AND WIRES FOR DAMAGE.
H3.24.1
5.3
AIR CONDITIONING STARTUP
NOTE
While operating, the AC Module will remove humidity from the air. This humidity will condense on the
evaporator coil and eventually fall in the drain-pan below the coil. There is a rubber hose (“P -Trap”) that
takes the water collected to the building service drain. Before initial operation and/or at the beginning of each
cooling season, it is important that this P-trap is primed. If the P-trap dries out, air can be drawn back up the
hose pulling condensate off the coil, getting the air filter and other components wet. On how to prime the
condensate trap, refer to the instructions “4.8 Condensate Drain Connection”.
1. Turn the Thermostat to COOL mode.
2. Set the room thermostat to below the current temperature to turn on AC.
3. Wait for the fan and compressor to turn on and run the unit for at least 10 minutes.
4. Power to the air conditioner must remain on for the furnace to work.
!
WARNING
!
AIR CONDITIONER MUST NOT BE OPERATED WHEN OUTDOOR TEMPERATURE
IS BELOW 55°F.
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5.4
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AIR FLOW
Forproperfurnaceoperation,airflowovertheheatexchangerisofutmostimportance.Insufficientairflow
acceleratesmetalfatigueandpossiblefailureintheheatexchanger,aswellasdecreaseefficiency.Excessive
airflowpromotesacceleratedcorrosionoftheheatexchanger.
IMPORTANT:
HEATING
PSC015A012A
PSC015A018A
PSC015A024A
PSC015A030A
PSC030A012A
PSC030A018A
90%
90%
90%
90%
96.8%
96.8%
96.8%
93%
93%
15,000
15,000
15,000
30,000
30,000
DO NOT BYPASS THIS STEP OF THE
Thermal
Efficiency
90%
90%
START
UP PROCEDURES.
AFUE
96.8%
H22.0
Input BTU/H
15,000
5.4.1Temperature
Rise Check
Output BTU/H (Thermal
14,520
14,520
14,520
14,520
27,000
Efficiency)
When
the duct system is complete and the air filter or filters are in place, determine if the
Output BTU/H
(AFUE)
13,500
13,500
13,500
13,500
27,900
airflow
is correct.
27,000
27,900
COOLING
1. Insert a duct thermometer in the supply air duct. The thermometer should be placed as close
as practical to the12,800
furnace, but out16,500
of the “line of sight”
exchanger (this12,800
prevents
BTU/H
19,500of the heat24,400
16,500
false readings owing to radiant heat). Ensure that the thermometer location is within the duct air
EER
10.8
9.6
9.0
9.0
10.8
9.6
stream. Avoid locations such as the inside radius of an elbow, etc.
REF.
410A
410A
410A
410A
410A
410A
in the return
Ensure that 349
WEIGHT 2.
(lb) Insert a duct thermometer
328
349 air duct as close
349 to the furnace
349 as practical.328
the thermometer location will be unaffected by humidifier bypass ducts, etc. Choose a location
well within the main air stream.
HEATING
PSC040A012A
PSC040A018A
PSC040A024A
PSC040A030A
3. Operate the furnace
long enough
to obtain steady
state conditions
at the inputPSC050A012A
listed on the PSC050A018A
furnace rating plate.
Thermal Efficiency
90%
90%
90%
90%
90%
90%
have91.7%
stabilized, usually
within 5-8 minutes,
the two
AFUE 4. When the two thermometers
91.7%
91.7%
91.7% compare90.6%
90.6%
readings. Subtract the return air temperature from the supply air temperature. The difference is
Input BTU/H
40,000
40,000
40,000
40,000
50,000
50,000
the temperature rise, also called ∆T.
Output BTU/H (Thermal
36,000 ∆T to the36,000
36,000
36,000
45,000
45,000
5. Compare the measured
temperature rise
range shown on
the rating plate.
Efficiency)
6. Unless
rise should
range
Output BTU/H
(AFUE) stated differently
36,680 on the rating
36,680plate, the temperature
36,680
36,680 normally45,300
45,300
between
35°
to
65°F
(20°
to
36°C).
When
adjusting
the
temperature
rise,
the
ideal
temperature
COOLING
rise is approximately 50°F (28°C).
BTU/H
12,800
16,500
19,500
24,400
12,800
16,500
7. If the measured ∆T is above the approved temperature range, there is too little air flow. It must
EER
10.8
9.6
9.0
9.0
10.8
9.6
be increased by removing restrictions in the ductwork, adding supply or return ductwork, or by
REF.
410A
410A
410A
410A
410A
410A
selecting a higher motor speed.
WEIGHT (lb)
328
349
349
349
328
349
*** If the measured ∆T is too low, there is too much air flow.
TABLE 4.
MODEL
HEATING
CCGM015A
15 kBTU/H
CCGM030A
30 kBTU/H
CCGM040A
40 kBTU/H
CCGM050A
50 kBTU/H
MODEL
COOLING
CACM012B
1.0 TON
CACM018B
1.5 TON
CACM024B
2.0 TON
CACM030B
2.5 TON
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SETTING
Factory
High
Factory
High
Factory
High
Factory
High
SETTING
Factory
High
Factory
High
Factory
High
Factory
Speed
Tap#
5
4
4
3
3
2
2
1
5
4
3
2
3
2
1
-------- CFM AT EXTERNAL STATIC PRESSURE, INCHES WATER COLUMN -0.1
0.2
0.3
0.4
0.5
0.6
0.7
0.8
0.9
1.0
439
569
569
771
771
924
924
1010
388
529
529
744
744
908
908
971
333
494
494
729
729
886
886
938
294
470
470
704
704
868
868
906
240
415
415
693
693
839
839
870
193
368
368
663
663
804
804
824
346
346
644
644
757
757
773
306
306
610
610
696
696
713
273
273
566
566
617
617
617
556
556
-
439
569
771
924
771
924
1010
388
529
744
908
744
908
971
333
494
729
886
729
886
938
294
470
704
868
704
868
906
240
415
693
839
693
839
870
193
368
663
804
663
804
824
346
644
757
644
757
773
306
610
696
610
696
713
273
566
617
566
617
617
566
566
-
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5.4.2Calculating air flow / Capacity Check
Therearecircumstanceswhereitmaybedesirabletoknowtheairflowdeliverythroughtheductsystem,
suchaswhenestimatingtheamountofairflowavailablefor
Output
CFM =
airconditioning.Thiscanbedonebydirectmeasurementwith
1.085 x ∆T
electronicorslopedmanometersandvelometers,orusethe
where:
formulainthenextcolumn.
• CFMisairflowincubicfeetperminute;
•
•
5.4.3Adjustments – Cooling
∆Tisthetemperaturerise;and
Outputisthefurnaceoutputcapacity
fromtheratingplate�
H22.2.1
No adjustments are required or should be attempted regarding any of the components of the cooling chassis.
The chassis should be checked to see that none of the wiring is loose or missing. Cooling chassis is charged
with R410A refrigerant.
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6. MAINTENANCE
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GENERAL SAFETY RULES
1. Combustible materials should not be stored against or around the unit. Keep the unit area clear
and free from all combustible materials such as newspapers, rags, cardboard, foam, plastic, paper
backed fiberglass insulation, clothing, etc. This applies especially to gasoline and other flammable
vapors and liquids.
2. This unit is ETL certified as a Category IV indirect or direct vent appliance. It is designed to operate
as a two pipe (outdoor combustion air) system. The unit needs adequate amounts of combustion
air to operate properly. Do not block or obstruct the air-intake terminal on the unit, or air openings
supplying combustion air to the area where the unit is installed.
3. All doors and panels must be in place during normal unit operation. Attempting to operate the unit
with missing doors or panels could lead to the creation of carbon monoxide gas.
4. If the unit is installed in a confined space or if you intend to build a unit room where insulation is
present, be aware that some insulating materials are combustible. Do not allow building insulating
materials to come into contact with the unit.
5. Any additions, alterations or conversions required in order for the unit to properly match the
application requirements must be done by a qualified installation contractor, service agency or gas
supplier, using factory specified or approved parts.
6. Familiarize yourself with the location of the gas manual shut-off valve and any electrical switch,
fuse or circuit breaker associated with the unit.
7. Do not allow snow, ice or debris to accumulate around the outdoor unit exhaust and combustion air
intake terminals. Blockage of the exhaust or combustion intake terminals can result in inadequate
performance or nuisance shut-downs.
8. Familiarize yourself with the location of your unit filter. A blocked air filter will reduce efficiency,
increase fuel consumption, raise the unit operating temperature, and shorten the life of unit
components.
9. Do not cover return air grills and supply air registers with drapes, curtains, throw rugs, etc.
10.Avoid shutting off supply air registers in the interests of saving heat. While there is some validity
to this practice with space heating, there is little to be gained in central heating systems. The unit
requires a quantity of air passing over the heat exchanger to operate within design temperatures.
Reducing the number of supply air registers available for air delivery may have the unforeseen
consequence of raising the unit operating temperature, reducing unit efficiency, and shortening the
life of the unit components.
!
WARNING
!
DISCONNECT THE ELECTRICAL POWER SUPPLY TO THE FURNACE BEFORE ATTEMPTING
ANY MAINTENANCE. FAILURE TO DO SO CAN CAUSE ELECTRICAL SHOCK RESULTING IN
PERSONAL INJURY OR LOSS OF LIFE.
!
CAUTION
!
LABEL ALL WIRES PRIOR TO DISCONNECTION WHEN SERVICING CONTROLS.
WIRING ERRORS CAN CAUSE IMPROPER AND DANGEROUS OPERATION.
ALWAYS VERIFY PROPER OPERATION AFTER SERVICING.
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6.2 COOLING CHASSIS
The cooling chassis contains all items related to the cooling functions of the unit, and also contains the indoor
blower and motor for the heating function. For extensive servicing, qualified personnel may choose to remove
the cooling chassis from the unit and take it to a work area. Spare chassis are recommended so that extensive
servicing can be performed outside the living space. This will prevent introducing dirt or doing damage in the
living area, and could help to eliminate significant disruption of the air conditioning and heating functions in the
living areas.
The indoor blower motor and the outdoor fan motor have permanently lubricated bearings and do not require
routine service. The refrigeration system is sealed and factory charged with Refrigerant R-410A so that routine
maintenance is not required. Cleaning of the outdoor coil, indoor coil, drain pan, and inside the bottom of the
chassis are recommended at least once a year, and more often if the equipment is operated in a dusty or
hostile environment. The electrical controls do not require routine service.
Power to the unit should always be turned OFF before performing service or removing the cooling or
furnace module from the unit. One power connector and one control circuit connector are provided for easy
disconnecting and re-connecting of the wires between the cooling chassis and cabinet. The front furnace panel
door must be removed to allow access to the wiring harnesses. After reinstalling the cooling chassis, both
panel doors must be reinstalled. Refer to: “4.16.4.1 Air Conditioner Module Removal” section of this manual.
6.3
AIR FILTER
All indoor return air must be filtered. A permanent-type filter is pre-installed with the unit. It is located on the air
conditioning module. The provided air filter is a natural fiber washable and should be inspected frequently and
cleaned or replaced as necessary.
!
CAUTION
!
DONOTOPERATEYOURHEATINGMODULEORAIRCONDITIONERFOREXTENDED
PERIODSOFTIMEWITHOUTANAIRFILTER.
Aportionofthedustentrainedintheairmaytemporarilylodgeintheairductrunsandthesupplyregisters.
Anyrecirculateddustparticleswillbeheatedandcharredbycomingintocontactwiththeheatexchanger.
Thisresiduewillsoilceilings,walls,drapes,carpets,furniture,andotherhouseholdarticles.
!
WARNING
!
DISCONNECT THE ELECTRICAL POWER SUPPLY TO THE UNIT BEFORE ATTEMPTING ANY
MAINTENANCE. FAILURE TO DO SO CAN CAUSE ELECTRICAL SHOCK RESULTING IN
PERSONAL INJURY OR LOSS OF LIFE.
!
CAUTION
H3.25.1.1
!
BESURETHATTHEFILTERISRE-INSTALLEDWITHTHEAIRFLOWDIRECTIONIDENTICAL
TOITSPREVIOUSUSE.REVERSINGTHEFILTERWILLCAUSEDUSTTRAPPEDWITHIN
THEFILTERTOBREAKFREEANDRECIRCULATEWITHINTHEDUCTSYSTEM.CONSULT
YOURINSTALLATIONCONTRACTORORSERVICETECHNICIANIFYOUHAVEANY
QUESTIONSONINSTRUCTIONSFORREMOVING/REINSTALLINGTHEAIRFILTER.
H27.1_AC
6.4 LUBRICATION
Both the exhauster motor and circulating fan motor are sealed bearing type motors. No lubrication required.
!
IMPORTANT
!
THE MOTOR BEARINGS WERE PRE-LUBRICATED BY THE MOTOR MANUFACTURER. DO NOT
ATTEMPT TO LUBRICATE THEM. EXCESS LUBRICATION WILL VOID THE WARRANTY, SHORTEN THE SERVICE LIFE OF THE MOTORS, AND WILL ATTRACT THE BUILDUP OF DUST AND DIRT.
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50 6.5
theseregulators(locatedoutdoors)willhaveavent.(Figure 2)
Itisimportantfortheseventstoremainclear.Donotallowmoisture,whichcouldfreeze,tobuildupinthevent.
Ifyouseemoisturebuildingupintheregulatorvent,contactyourgassupplier.
H25.0.2
GAS METER
MostnaturalgassystemsandallLPgassystemshave
aserviceregulatorlocatednearthepointwherethegas
pipingentersthebuilding.
Thepropanetankwillnormallyhaveanadditionalfirst
stageregulatorlocatedatthetankoutletvalve.Allof
theseregulators(locatedoutdoors)willhaveavent.
(Figure 2)
Itisimportantfortheseventstoremainclear.Donot
allowmoisture,whichcouldfreeze,tobuildupinthe
vent.Ifyouseemoisturebuildingupintheregulator
vent,contactyourgassupplier.
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FIG. 2 - GAS REGULATOR VENT
Regulator vent
Keep free of ice, snow, and
debris
H25.0.2
!
WARNING
!
OBSTRUCTION OF THE AIR VENT ON AN LP (PROPANE) CYLINDER OR TANK
REGULATOR CAN CAUSE EXPLOSION OR FIRE RESULTING IN PROPERTY DAMAGE,
SEVERE PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
YOUR GAS SUPPLIER SHOULD PERIODICALLY INSPECT AND CLEAN THE AIR
VENT SCREEN TO PREVENT ANY OBSTRUCTION. KEEP PROTECTIVE REGULATOR
COVER IN PLACE, AS EXPOSURE TO THE ELEMENTS CAN CAUSE ICE BUILDUP AND
REGULATOR FAILURE.
H3.29_AC GSI
6.6
ROUTINE MAINTENANCE
QUARTERLY:
• We recommend a monthly filter inspection at first, then every three months afterwards. YEARLY:
• Priming Trap needs to be inspected at every starting season. Add more water if necessary.
• Check that barbed fitting caps are tight and condensate lines remain clean and secured by hose clamps. !
IMPORTANT
!
WE RECOMMEND THAT YOUR UNIT AND EXHAUST/COMBUSTION AIR VENTS BE CHECKED
BY A QUALIFIED SERVICE TECHNICIAN ONCE A YEAR.
Itisgoodpracticetogiveaquickinspectionofyouruniteachtimeyouinspectorcleantheairfilter.
Thingstocheck:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Checktheunitforobvioussignsofdeterioration.
Checktheventingandcombustionairpipingtoensurethatitisstillfastenedtotheunit.Itshouldnotsag,
andshouldhavea1/4”(6mm)perfoot(305mm)slopeupwards,totheoutsidewallortermination.
Thereshouldbenowatermarksonthefloorundertheventing.Watermarksmayindicatealeakingpipejoint.
Allductworkshouldbesecuredtotheunit,andallductworkshouldbesolidlysupportedthroughout.
Watershouldfloweasilythroughthecondensatedrainlines.Youmaybeabletoobservethiswhilethe
unitisoperatingifyourcondensatedrainlinefromthedraintrapassemblyterminatesatafloordrain.Ifthe
drainlinesareopaque,yourservicetechnicianwillcheckthemduringtheannualservicing.
Thegasburnershouldbeobservedfromtimetotimeduringtheheatingseasontoensurethattheflames
arecleanandblue.Abitoforangecolorintheflameisnotlikelytobeaproblemandisprobablydust
particlesburning.Ifyouobservelazyyellowflames,callyourheatingorservicecontractorimmediately.
Theyellowflamesinevitablyleadtosoot-ups.
Thecombustionairandexhaustterminalsshouldbeinspectedoccasionallytoensurethattheyarefreeof
obstructionsanddebris.
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7. TROUBLESHOOTING
7.1
FURNACE TROUBLESHOOTING CHART
TABLE 5.
SEQUENCE OF OPERATION
Troubleshooting Flowchart
Apply Power To Furnace
Thermostat Calls For Heat
Air Proving Switches
Proved Open & Limit
Circuit Closed
NO
Wait For Air Proving Switch
to Open. Flash "3"
YES
Combustion Air Blower On
Air Proving Switch Proved
Closed Within 60 Seconds?
Wait For Limit Circuit
to Close and/or Reset
of Flame Rollout.
Flash "1"
60 Minute Wait Period
NO
Combustion Air Blower Off
Flash "2"
YES
Prepurge 15 Seconds
30 Seconds Between
Trial Purge
Ignitor Energized 5 Seconds
(10 Seconds on Retries)
Main Valve Opens
1 Hour Lockout Reset
Delay. Flash "4"
Main Burner Lights And Is Sensed
During Trial For Ignition?
NO
Main Valve Closes
Circulating Air Fan Off
After Blower Off
Delay
YES
Ignitor Energized
Failed Trials For Ignition
Less Than Four During
This Ignition Sequence?
Heat Circulating Air Fan On
After Programmed Delay
Flame Sense Lost?
YES
Combustion Air Blower
Off After Post Purge
Main Valve Closes
Thermostat Call For Heat Ends
Main Valve Closes
Combustion Air Blower Off After Post
Purge (5 Seconds)
Flame Sence Lost More Than Four
Times In This Call For Heat?
NO
YES
Circulating Air Fan Off After
Blower Off Delay
Wait For Next Call For Heat
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WARNING!
THIS TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE IS INTENDED FOR USE BY
QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL ONLY!
POSSIBLE CAUSE
FAULT CONDITION
Unit will not operate
TABLE 6.
CORRECTION
Power disconnected or loose connection
Check voltage at contactor in condensing unit
Blown fuse / breaker tripped
Replace fuses / reset breaker
Thermostat out of calibration is set too high
Reset
Contactor defective
Check for 24VAC at contactor coil, replace if open
Transformer defective
Check wiring – replace transformer
High pressure control open (if provided)
Reset – see high pressure correction (high pressure
control opens at 600 psig)
Run or start capacitor defective
Replace
Start relay defective
Replace
Loose wire
Check for correct voltage at compressor – check
and tighten all connections
Compressor stuck, grounded or open motor
winding, open internal overload
Wait at least 2 hours for overload to reset; if still
open, replace the compressor
Low voltage condition
Add start kit components
Improperly sized unit
Recalculate load
Improper indoor airflow
Check-should be approximately 400 CFM per ton
Incorrect refrigerant charge
Charge per procedure in installation manual
Air, non-condensables or moisture in
system
Recover refrigerant
Incorrect voltage
At compressor terminals, voltage must be +/10% of
nameplate marking when unit is operating
Defective overload protector
Replace – check for correct voltage
Refrigerant undercharge
Add refrigerant
Restriction in liquid line, expansion device
or filter drier
Remove or replace defective component
Lack of sufficient indoor airflow
Clean/check filters, registers, or evaporator coil
that may cause a restriction.
High head pressure;
Dirty outdoor coil
Clean coil
Normal suction
pressure
Refrigerant overcharge
Correct system charge
Outdoor fan not running
Repair or replace
Air or non-condensables in system
Recover refrigerant, evacuate and recharge
Expansion device stuck in open position
Replace expansion device
Outdoor fan on;
Compressor off
Too little cooling
Compressor
operates in short
cycles
High head pressure;
Low suction
pressure
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Low head pressure;
High suction
High head pressure;
Dirty outdoor coil
Clean coil
Normal suction
pressure
Refrigerant overcharge
Correct system charge
WARNING!
TABLE 6. CONT.
Outdoor
not running
THISfanTROUBLESHOOTING
Repair orIS
replace
GUIDE
INTENDED FOR USE BY
QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL ONLY!
Air or non-condensables in system
POSSIBLE CAUSE
Recover refrigerant, evacuate and recharge
CORRECTION
Low head
pressure;
Unit
will not
operate
High suction
pressure
Expansion
device stuck
open
position
Power
disconnected
or in
loose
connection
Replace
expansion
device in condensing unit
Check
voltage
at contactor
Defective compressor valves
Blown fuse / breaker tripped
Replace compressor
Replace fuses / reset breaker
Low suction
pressure;
Compressor cool;
Low indoor airflow
Thermostat
out of calibration is set too high
Air or non-condensibles in system
Compressor stuck, grounded or open motor
Air
or non-condensibles
in system
winding,
open internal overload
Increase speed of blower or reduce restriction –
Reset
replace air filter
Check for 24VAC at contactor coil, replace if open
Add low ambient kit
Check wiring – replace transformer
Recover refrigerant – evacuate and recharge –
replace
filterhigh
drier
Reset
– see
pressure correction (high pressure
control opens at 600 psig)
Recheck load calculation
Replace
Replace
Replace
Check TXV bulb clamp – check air distribution on
coil
– replace
TXV voltage at compressor – check
Check
for correct
and tighten all connections
Recover refrigerant, evacuate and recharge
Wait at least 2 hours for overload to reset; if still
Recover
refrigerant,
evacuate and recharge
open,
replace
the compressor
Low voltage condition
Add start kit components
Low indoor sized
airflow
Improperly
unit
Increase speed
Recalculate
loadof blower or reduce restriction –
FAULT CONDITION
Ice on indoor coil
High suction
pressure;
Outdoor fan on;
or �luctuatingoff
head
Compressor
and suction
pressures
Pulsing noise at
expansion device or
liquid
linecooling
Too little
Registers sweat
7.3
53
Contactor defective
Operating below 65degF outdoors
Transformer defective
Moisture in system
High pressure control open (if provided)
Excessive load
Run or start capacitor defective
Defective compressor
Start relay defective
TXV hunting
Loose wire
Improper indoor
airflow
ADJUSTING SYSTEM
CHARGE
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Check-should be approximately 400 CFM per ton
Units come from the factory
charged with the correct amount of refrigerant.
There are times, however, when
Incorrect refrigerant charge
Charge per procedure in installation manual
the charge may need to be adjusted. Refrigerant leaks and addition of system components for servicing or
monitoring, for example, Air,
willnon-condensables
require that the or
refrigerant
adjusted
for the unit to function as intended.
moisture incharge be
Recover
refrigerant
Note that only qualified HVAC
technicians
shall
adjust
the
charge.
system
7.3.1Procedure
for Incorrect
usingvoltage
Thermostatic Expansion
Valves
Compressor
At compressor
terminals, voltage must be +/10% of
operates in short
nameplate marking when unit is operating
Procedure:
cycles
1. Operate the unit at standard AHRI conditions as close as possible (80°F DB / 67°F WB Indoor, 95°F DB Outdoor). Defective overload protector
Replace – check for correct voltage
2. Connect charging hose from liquid port on the refrigerant bottle to charging service port.
3. Open refrigerant bottleRefrigerant
and purge
hose at bottle fitting.
undercharge
Add refrigerant
4. Temporarily install a temperature measuring device on the liquid line near the TXV and one at the suction line
nearhead
the compressor.
that
the temperature
device makes
adequate
and insulated for
High
pressure; Ensure
Restriction
in liquid
line, expansionmeasuring
device
Remove
or replace
defective contact
component
accurate readings. or filter drier
suction
5. Low
Operate
the system for at least 10 minutes.
pressure
6. Check sub-cooling andLack
superheat.
Systems
using thermostaticClean/check
expansionfilters,
valves
shouldorhave
a sub-cooling
of sufficient
indoor airflow
registers,
evaporator
coil
as per table below:
that may cause a restriction.
Condo Pack AC Module (TXV Type) Charging Chart
TABLE 7.
High head pressure;
Normal suction
pressure
OD Air
DirtyAC
outdoor
coil
Module
Factory Charge Temp. DB
Model #
F
Refrigerant overcharge
95
CACM024B
36 OZ
95
CACM030B
37 OZ
Outdoor fan not running
ID Air
High
Low
Clean coil
Temp. Pressure pressure
DB F
PSIG
PSIG
Correct system charge
80
411
151
80
429
151
Repair or replace
Defective compressor valves
Replace compressor
Subcooling Superheat F
F
8
6
7
4
i. If sub-cooling and superheat are low, adjust the TXV to match the subcooling.
ii. If sub-cooling
low and superheat
is high or normal,
add refrigerant,
charge to evacuate
obtain the
Air orisnon-condensables
in system
Recover
andrequired
recharge sub-cooling.
iii. If sub-cooling and superheat are high, adjust the TXV to match the subcooling.
Low headiv.
pressure;
Expansion
device
stuck inand
opensuperheat
position is low,
Replace
expansion
device
If sub-cooling
is high
or normal
remove
charge
to lower the required sub-cooling.
High suction
pressure
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54 7.3.2Procedure for using Fixed Orifice
Procedure:
1. Follow the steps 1-3 from the previous section “Procedure for using Thermostatic Expansion Valves”.
2. Temporarily install a temperature measuring device on the liquid line near the orifice and one at
the suction line near compressor. Ensure that the temperature measuring device makes adequate
contact and is insulated for accurate readings.
3. Operate the system for 10 minutes.
4. Check subcooling and super heat as per table below:
TABLE 8.
Condo Pack AC Module (Piston Type) Charging Chart
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OD Air
Factory Charge Temp. DB
F
95
CACM012B
34 OZ
95
CACM018B
38 OZ
AC Module
Model #
ID Air
Temp.
DB F
80
80
High
Pressure
PSIG
378
409
Low
pressure
PSIG
151
158
Subcooling Superheat F
F
8
15
7
13
5. If subcooling and superheat is abnormal, reclaim refrigerant charge completely from the system
and recharge amount according to nameplate factory charge.
7.4
DIAGNOSTIC CODES FOR STATUS LED
A3colourLEDisprovidedtoindicatesystemfaults.LEDcodesareasfollows:
• LEDOff-Nopowertocontrol,pushbuttonswitchpressed,orcontrolfault
• LEDSteadyOn(anycolour)-Controlhardwarefaultdetected
• SlowGreenFlash-Nocallforheat,noactiveerrors
• SlowOrangeFlash-Callforheatpresent,noactiveerrors
• Rapidflash-Incorrect24VACphasing/twinningerrors
STATUS
TABLE 9.
FAULT CONDITION
LED
Red LED indicates following codes:
7.5
LEDOFF
Nopowertocontrolorcontrolhardwarefaultdetected
LEDON
Normaloperation
1Flash
Highlimitswitchopen
2Flashes
Pressureswitchopenwithinduceron
3Flashes
Pressureswitchclosedwithinduceroff
4Flashes
Lockoutduetotoomanyfailedignitionattempts(1hourlockout)
5Flashes
L1/NeutralPolarityproblem
6Flashes
Toomanylimittripswithinonecallforheat
7Flashes
Pressureswitchcyclelockout
8Flashes
Lockoutduetotoomanyflamedropouts
9Flashes
Notused
10Flashes
Flamepresentwithgasvalveoff
FAULT CODE HISTORY
H23.4.1
Thecontrolstoresthelast5faultcodesinmemory.Whenthepushbuttonswitchispressed,the
controlwillflashthestoredfaultcodeswhentheswitchisreleased.Themostrecentfaultcodeis
flashedfirst,theoldestlast.
Faulthistorymaybeclearedbyholdingthepushbuttonswitchformorethan5seconds.
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HIGH WIND WEDGE KIT
(CCGM MODULE - CONDO PACK)
7.6
INSTALLATION OF HIGH WIND WEDGE KIT
W415-2006 / 01.20.17
This High Wind Wedge Kit is for Wolf Steel Condo Pack PSC Series, containing the High Efficiency Gas Condensing Heat Module
(CCGM). Ensure all parts are in the kit before proceeding. Do not proceed if parts are missing.
N570-0008 (X4)
KIT CONTAINS :
QTY DESCRIPTION
PART #
1
5
W010-4149
N570-0008
ASSY, HIGH WIND WEDGE (CCGM)
SCREW, #8 X 1/2 HEX HD TEK STN
(4 REQUIRED, 1 EXTRA PROVIDED)
W010-4149
PROCEDURE (Please read entire instructions first.)
1.
Align High Wind Kit (W010-4149), in the correct orientation
to the Condo Pack as shown below.
2.
Place High Wind Kit (W010-4149) over the exhaust tube
and against the grill face.
3.
Secure kit using Screws (N570-0008)(x4) provided, as
shown.
4.
The Wind kit should be secured flush and straight to the
grill face tight with no air gaps.
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Contactyourdealerorthefactoryforquestionsconcerningpricesandpoliciesonreplacementparts.Normally
allpartscanbeorderedthroughyourAuthorizeddealer/distributor.
!
FOR WARRANTY REPLACEMENT PARTS, A PHOTOCOPY OF THE
FAILURE TO POSITION THE PARTS
ORIGINAL INVOICE WILL BE REQUIRED TO HONOUR THE CLAIM.
IN ACCORDANCE WITH THIS
Whenorderingreplacementpartsalwaysgivethefollowinginformation:
MANUAL OR FAILURE TO USE ONLY
• Model&SerialNumberofappliance
PARTS SPECIFICALLY APPROVED
• Installationdateofappliance
WITH THIS APPLIANCE MAY
• Partnumber
RESULT IN PROPERTY DAMAGE OR
• Descriptionofpart
PERSONAL INJURY.
Wolf Steel Ltd,
• 24 Napoleon
FinishRoad, Barrie, ON, Phone: (866) 820-8686 Web site: www.napoleonheatingandcooling.com
FOR CONDO
FURTHER
INFORMATION,
CONTACT
YOUR AUTHORIZED DEALER.
W010-3782
PACK
CABINET (PSC
GAS MODELS)
WARNING
2017 Replacement Part
H41.1
8.1
PSC CONDO PACK CABINET
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W010-3782
W010-3782CONDO
CONDOPACK
PACKCABINET
CABINET(PSC
(PSCGAS
GASMODELS)
MODELS)
PART NUMBER
PART NUMBER
TABLE 10.
DESCRIPTION
DESCRIPTION
QTY
QTY
1
1
1
1
W475-0945*
W475-0945*
PANEL, TOP FRONT
PANEL, TOP FRONT
2
2
2
2
W397-0002
W397-0002
1" CLEAR WINDOW LENSE
1" CLEAR WINDOW LENSE
3
3
1
1
W225-0333*
W225-0333*
DOOR, LOWER
DOOR, LOWER
4
4
1
1
N325-0080
N325-0080
HANDLE, DRIP
HANDLE, DRIP
5
5
2
2
W390-0025
W390-0025
LATCH, PUSH/PULL SNAP
LATCH, PUSH/PULL SNAP
6
6
1
1
W290-0176
W290-0176
1/2" WIDE STRIP GASKET (7FT LONG)
1/2" WIDE STRIP GASKET (7FT LONG)
7
7
1
1
W305-0010**
W305-0010**
GRILLE, LOWER
GRILLE, LOWER
8
8
1
1
W305-0009**
W305-0009**
GRILLE, UPPER
GRILLE, UPPER
9
9
1
1
W525-0051
W525-0051
GUIDE, EXHAUST TUBE (CHAMUA)
GUIDE, EXHAUST TUBE (CHAMUA)
10
10
1
1
W290-0256
W290-0256
GASKET, 'D' CHANNEL (4FT LONG)
GASKET, 'D' CHANNEL (4FT LONG)
11
11
1
1
W525-0054
W525-0054
GUIDE, FURNACE LOWER
GUIDE, FURNACE LOWER
12
12
1
1
W361-0214
W361-0214
INSULATION, 1/2" DUCT LINE FURNACE
INSULATION, 1/2" DUCT LINE FURNACE
13
13
1
1
W475-0947*
W475-0947*
PANEL, FURNACE SIDE ACCESS
PANEL, FURNACE SIDE ACCESS
14
14
1
1
W080-1466*
W080-1466*
BRACKET - CONDENSATE TUBE
BRACKET - CONDENSATE TUBE
15
15
1
1
W080-1387*
W080-1387*
BRACKET, GAS PIPE
BRACKET, GAS PIPE
16
16
2
2
W315-0006
W315-0006
GROMMET 825
GROMMET 825
17
17
1
1
W350-0732
W350-0732
ELECTRICAL BOX HOUSING
ELECTRICAL BOX HOUSING
18
18
1
1
W670-0525
W670-0525
GROUND LUG
GROUND LUG
19
19
1
1
W350-0738
W350-0738
ELECTRICAL BOX LID
ELECTRICAL BOX LID
20
20
1
1
W120-0067
W120-0067
CAP, 1-5/8" GAS INLET
CAP, 1-5/8" GAS INLET
21
21
1
1
W290-0276
W290-0276
GASKET, D-CHANNEL 3/4"X3/4"X 2 FT
GASKET, D-CHANNEL 3/4"X3/4"X 2 FT
STOCKED
STOCKED
ITEM
ITEM
NO.
NO.
W010-3782
W010-3782
(PSC)
(PSC)
PSC CABINET PARTS LIST:
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MSRP
MSRP
NOTE: * PART NUMBERS MUST INCLUDE COLOR CODE TP1SP (EG.W475-0945-TP1SP)
NOTE: * PART NUMBERS MUST INCLUDE COLOR CODE TP1SP (EG.W475-0945-TP1SP)
NOTE: ** PART NUMBERS MUST INCLUDE COLOR CODE TP1SP OR SG1SP (EG. W305-0010-TP1SP OR W305-0010-SG1SP)
NOTE: ** PART NUMBERS MUST INCLUDE COLOR CODE TP1SP OR SG1SP (EG. W305-0010-TP1SP OR W305-0010-SG1SP)
TAUPE=TP1SP
TAUPE=TP1SP
SILK GREY=SG1SP
SILK GREY=SG1SP
3/3/2017
3/3/2017
CONDO PACK - 2017 Replacement Parts List
CONDO PACK - 2017 Replacement Parts Li
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AIR CONDITIONING
MODULE
CACM8.2
CONDOCACM
PACK AC- MODULES
(Rev_B)
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2017 Replacement Parts
59
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CACM
(REV_B)
LIST:
CACM CONDO
PACK PARTS
AC MODULES
(Rev_B)
CACM024B
CACM018B
CACM012B
QTY
QTY
QTY
QTY
1
1
1
1
1
W770-0006
CONDO PACK CONDENSOR COIL
2017
Replacement
Parts
3
1
1
W435-0081
2
1
1
1
1
W540-0020
RING, VENTURI 18.25"I.D. ABS UV
3 CONDO1 PACK 1AC MODULES
CACM
(Rev_B)
W435-0082
MOTOR, FAN 1600 RPM
W570-0142
SCREW, 1/4-20 X 1-1/4" LG
W570-0191
SCREW, 1/4-20
X 1-1/2" LG
DESCRIPTION
W735-0050
WASHER, 5/16 X 3/4" O.D.
W735-0015
WASHER, LOCK 1/4" EXT TOOTH
W615-0160
SPACER, 0.75" O.D. X 1/2" LG
ITEM NO.
PART NUMBER
STOCKED
CACM030B
TABLE 11.
DESCRIPTION
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MSRP
MOTOR, FAN 1100 RPM
4
12
4
QTY
QTY
1
-
4
4
4
4
QTY
-
-
4
4
QTY
4
-
-
-
W010-3330
LIQUID / EVAP TO TXV PIPE ASSY
- 1
-
1 1
1-
1
W010-3786
BLOWER
HOUSING
ASSY WITH 1/3HP X 13 MOTOR
W010-4045
LIQUID / EVAP
PIPE ASSY
#51 ORIFICE
126
- -
-
3 -
31
3
W010-4044
LIQUID / EVAP
PIPE ASSY COMPRESSOR
#44 ORIFICE
W315-0021
GROMMET,
MOUNT
-
3 1
31
3
1
-
-
1
14
-
14
-
6
6
6
4
4
-
3
-
1
3
-
1
-
3
-
LIQUID LINE FILTER ASSY
W315-0022
GROMMET SPACER
LIQUID LINE FILTER ASSY
W010-4028
DISCHARGE LINE PRESS. SWITCH ASSY
W010-4029
DISCHARGE LINE PRESS. SWITCH ASSY
W735-0051
WASHER, 3/8" X 7/8" O.D.
W065-0046
BOLT, 5/16 X 1-3/4" LG
W065-0043
BOLT, 5/16 X 1-1/2" LG
146
1 1
-
- -
- -
-
157
1 1
1
- 1
-1
-
W010-3336
SUCTION LINE
PORT SERVICE 2.5 TON
W172-0014
COMPRESSOR,
16
-
-
1
1
-
W010-4038
16
1
17
1
18
1
7
7A
7A
1
1
1
1
1
-
W010-3337
LIQUID LINE PORT SERVICE
W770-0005
CONDO PACK EVAPORATOR COIL
W250-0012
FILTER, FURNACE 16" x 25" X 1"
W172-0023^
W200-0678
COMPRESSOR, 1.5 TON
COVER, COMPRESSOR WIRE TERM
- -
-
1 -
11
-
W290-0365
GASKET,
COMPRESSOR
W435-0085
CAPACITOR,
40+5MFD
440V 50/60Hz WIRE TERM
- -
-
- 1
- -
1
W435-0086
CAPACITOR,
45+5MFD 440V 50/60Hz
W172-0022^^
COMPRESSOR,
1.0 TON
1
- -
- -
1
W435-0083
-
-
-
20
-
20
1
21
1
22
1
8
1
1
LIQUID LINE PORT SERVICE
W172-0024^
COMPRESSOR, 2.0 TON
-
207
7B
1
-
W370-0033
COMPRESSOR
MOUNTING
HARDWARE
W010-3333
DISCHARGE
LINE PRESS. SWITCH
ASSY
11
7A
20
-
1
DISCHARGE LINE PRESS. SWITCH ASSY
1 1
1
7B
-
1
-
W010-4030
1
19
7B
-
1
-
3
W010-4023
W010-4142
-
-
-
3
LIQUID / EVAP TO TXV PIPE ASSY
14
7
1
3
W010-3329
MSRP
125
6
-
4
PART NUMBER
-
13
-
-
12
13
1
4
4
STOCKED
4
4
4
CACM012B
4
4
-
CACM018B
4
ITEM NO.
-
CACM024B
4
CACM030B
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-
1
-
1
1
-
1
1
1
1
CAPACITOR, 50+5MFD 440V 50/60Hz
W200-0649
COVER, COMPRESSOR WIRE TERM
W435-0067
CAPACITOR, 40+5MFD 370V 50/60 Hz
W670-0531
TERMINAL, A/C CONTACTOR 2 POLE
W750-0326
HARNESS - CONDO PACK X13 LOWER
W450-0247
NUT, COMPRESSOR WIRE TERM
W290-0350
GASKET, COMPRESSOR WIRE TERM
1
- 1
- 1
-
1 1
1
- 1
- 1
-
W750-0321
HARNESS 12 TRAP
GA 1/4" RECEPTICLE
W345-0018
HOSE, 5/8" WIRE,
ID AC CONDENSATE
25
10
1 -
1
1 1
11
1
W290-0170
GASKET, STRIP
3/8"X
(4 FT )
W750-0328
WIRE,
HARNESS,
LG COMPRESSOR
26
1
1
1
1
-
W290-0256
27
1
28
2
28
2
23
1
249
11
11
11
11
28
2
1
1
-
W450-0248
NUT, COMPRESSOR WIRE TERM
CAPACITOR STRAP
W640-0014
1
-
1
2
2
2
1
-
1
2
2
- 2
1
1
2
2
- 2
1
W750-0320
WIRE, HARNESS COPELAND PLUG
HARNESS - CONDO PACK A/C AND POWER LOWER
W750-0348
GASKET, D-CHANNEL 3/4"X1/2"X (3FT)
W490-0753
PIPE 3/4" O.D. SUCTION
W290-0276
GASKET, D-CHANNEL 3/4"X3/4" X (6 FT)
W450-0236
NUT, COREMAX CORE (1/2-20 X 7/16-20)
W450-0337
NUT, 1/2-20 HEX S.STEEL
W490-0801
PIPE 5/8" O.D. SUCTION
W490-0800
PIPE 1/2" O.D. SUCTION
W490-0799
PIPE 1/2" O.D. SUCTION
CAP, BRASS 1/4 WITH O-RING
W120-0090
NOTE:^ MUST ORDER WITH 7A ACCESSORIES (NOT SHOWN)
^^ MUST ORDER WITH 7B ACCESSORIES (NOT SHOWN)
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CACM012B
QTY
QTY
QTY
QTY
TABLE 11. CONT.
PART NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
12
1
-
-
-
W010-3330
LIQUID / EVAP TO TXV PIPE ASSY
12
-
1
-
-
W010-3329
LIQUID / EVAP TO TXV PIPE ASSY
12
-
-
1
-
W010-4045
LIQUID / EVAP PIPE ASSY #51 ORIFICE
12
-
-
-
1
W010-4044
LIQUID / EVAP PIPE ASSY #44 ORIFICE
13
-
-
1
1
W010-4023
LIQUID LINE FILTER ASSY
13
1
1
-
-
W010-4142
LIQUID LINE FILTER ASSY
14
-
-
-
1
W010-4028
DISCHARGE LINE PRESS. SWITCH ASSY
14
-
-
1
-
W010-4029
DISCHARGE LINE PRESS. SWITCH ASSY
14
-
1
-
-
W010-4030
DISCHARGE LINE PRESS. SWITCH ASSY
14
1
-
-
-
W010-3333
DISCHARGE LINE PRESS. SWITCH ASSY
15
1
1
1
1
W010-3336
SUCTION LINE PORT SERVICE
16
-
-
1
1
W010-4038
LIQUID LINE PORT SERVICE
16
1
1
-
-
W010-3337
LIQUID LINE PORT SERVICE
17
1
1
1
1
W770-0005
CONDO PACK EVAPORATOR COIL
18
1
1
1
1
W250-0012
FILTER, FURNACE 16" x 25" X 1"
19
1
1
1
1
W640-0014
CAPACITOR STRAP
20
-
-
-
1
W435-0085
CAPACITOR, 40+5MFD 440V 50/60Hz
20
-
-
1
-
W435-0086
CAPACITOR, 45+5MFD 440V 50/60Hz
20
-
1
-
-
W435-0083
CAPACITOR, 50+5MFD 440V 50/60Hz
20
1
-
-
-
W435-0067
CAPACITOR, 40+5MFD 370V 50/60 Hz
21
1
1
1
1
W670-0531
TERMINAL, A/C CONTACTOR 2 POLE
22
1
1
1
1
W750-0326
HARNESS - CONDO PACK X13 LOWER
23
1
1
1
1
W750-0348
HARNESS - CONDO PACK A/C AND POWER LOWER
24
1
1
1
1
W345-0018
HOSE, 5/8" ID AC CONDENSATE TRAP
25
1
1
1
1
W290-0170
GASKET, STRIP 3/8"X (4 FT )
26
1
1
1
1
W290-0256
GASKET, D-CHANNEL 3/4"X1/2"X (3FT)
27
1
1
1
1
W290-0276
GASKET, D-CHANNEL 3/4"X3/4" X (6 FT)
28
2
2
2
2
W450-0236
NUT, COREMAX CORE (1/2-20 X 7/16-20)
28
2
2
2
2
W450-0337
NUT, 1/2-20 HEX S.STEEL
28
2
2
2
2
W120-0090
CAP, BRASS 1/4 WITH O-RING
STOCKED
CACM018B
ITEM NO.
CACM024B
IOMIOM
CACM030B
CACM CONDO
PACK AC MODULES
CACM
(REV_B)
PARTS(Rev_B)
LIST:
MSRP
NOTE:^ MUST ORDER WITH 7A ACCESSORIES (NOT SHOWN)
^^ MUST ORDER WITH 7B ACCESSORIES (NOT SHOWN)
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CCGM CONDO PACK GAS MODULES (PSC)
8.3 CCGM - PSC HEATING MODULE
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CCGM CONDO
CCGM
PARTSPACK
LIST:GAS MODULES (PSC)
CCGM040A
CCGM030A
CCGM015A
QTY
QTY
QTY
QTY
1
1
1
1
1
W190-0071
CONTROL, DIRECT SPARK PONY BOARD
2
1
1
1
1
W707-0018
TRANSFORMER, 240/24V 40VA
3
1
1
1
1
W190-0042
X13 SS CONTROLLER BOARD
4
1
1
-
1
W660-0138
HEAT LIMIT 170 DEG.
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ITEM NO.
PART NUMBER
STOCKED
CCGM050A
TABLE 12.
DESCRIPTION
4
-
-
1
-
W660-0135
HEAT LIMIT 160 DEG.
5
1
1
1
1
W290-0340
GASKET - CHOKE PORON - ONE SIDED PSA
6
1
1
1
1
W290-0341
GASKET - CHOKE PORON - TWO SIDED PSA
7
1
-
-
-
W356-0740
0.740" CHOKE PLATE
7
-
1
-
-
W356-0650
0.650" CHOKE PLATE
7
-
-
1
-
W356-0550
0.550" CHOKE PLATE
7
-
-
-
1
W356-0375
0.375" CHOKE PLATE
8
1
1
2
2
W120-0075
CAP - PRESSURE VENT (.24-.5) 811598 EZ TAB
9
3
3
3
3
W120-0076
CAP - DRAIN VENT (.5-.625) 385697 EZ TAB
10
1
1
1
1
W715-0887
TRIM - 402 STYLE STRIP 3FT LG.
11
1
-
-
-
W100-0165^
ASSY, BURNER TRAY 50K
ASSY, BURNER TRAY 40K
ASSY, BURNER TRAY 30K
11
-
1
-
-
W100-0164^
11
-
-
1
-
W100-0163^
11
-
-
-
1
W100-0181^
ASSY, BURNER TRAY 15K
12
1
1
1
1
W010-2568
ROLL OUT SWITCH
13
1
1
1
1
W010-2614
GAS VALVE
14
1
1
1
1
W010-2562
FLAME SENSOR
15
1
1
1
1
W357-0012-SER
SPARK IGNITOR
16
1
-
-
-
W290-0262
GASKET - 3 BURNER
16
-
1
1
1
W290-0261
GASKET - 2 BURNER
17
1
1
1
1
W490-0762
PIPE, 6"
18
1
1
1
1
W120-0086
19
1
1
1
1
W010-3790^^
20
1
1
1
1
W345-0011
PSI SQUARE TUBE .36X.36X 2FT
21
1
1
1
1
W255-0049
FITTING, T 3/16 TUBE
MSRP
CAP, THREADED PLASTIC BLACK .84D
DUCT, INTAKE BOX ASSEMBLY WITH PVC
22
1
1
1
1
W255-0045
FITTING, 3/16" TUBE TO 1/8" NPT MALE
23
1
1
1
1
W315-0018
PUSH IN GROMMET 1/2" ID 1" OD
24
1
1
1
1
W062-0055
EXHAUSTER C-FRAME 220V
25
1
1
1
1
W010-3442
EXHAUST PIPE
27
1
1
1
1
W255-0030
1/2"-3/8" REDUCING COUPLING
NOTE: ^ ITEM#11 INCLUDES ITEMS 12,13,14,15
^^ ITEM#19 INCLUDES ITEMS 22,23
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CCGM CONDO
GAS MODULES (PSC)
CCGM
PARTSPACK
LIST:
CCGM040A
CCGM030A
CCGM015A
QTY
QTY
QTY
QTY
6
6
6
6
29
1
1
1
1
W345-0006
1/2" INDUCER DRAIN TUBE
30
1
-
-
-
W010-4113
ASSY, 50K SWITCH PACK
ITEM NO.
28
PART NUMBER
W155-0016
STOCKED
CCGM050A
TABLE 12. CONT.
DESCRIPTION
IOM
MSRP
CLAMP, GEAR
30
-
1
-
-
W010-4112
ASSY, 40K SWITCH PACK
30
-
-
1
-
W010-4111
ASSY, 30K SWITCH PACK
30
-
-
-
1
W010-4110
ASSY, 15K SWITCH PACK
31
1
1
1
1
W345-0019
TUBE, 5/8 ID MANIFOLD COVER DRAIN
32
1
1
1
1
W255-0052
FITTING, 1/2" ID 5372K618
33
1
1
1
1
W255-0053
FITTING, 5/8"ID 5372K625
34
2
2
2
2
W120-0089
CAP - DRAIN VENT (.5-.625) 385697 EZ TAB
35
1
1
1
1
W345-0017
HOSE - DRAIN TRAP
36
1
1
1
1
W750-0391
WIRE, HARNESS CONDO PACK GAS FURN
37
1
1
1
1
W750-0325
WIRE, HARNESS CONDO PACK X13 UPPER
38
1
1
1
1
W750-0364
WIRE, HARNESS POWER UPPER
39
1
1
1
1
W750-0333
WIRE, HARNESS 9200/C92 PSC HEAT/COOL
NOTE: ^ ITEM#11 INCLUDES ITEMS 12,13,14,15
^^ ITEM#19 INCLUDES ITEMS 22,23
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TABLE 13.
HOMEOWNER’S REFERENCE TABLE
Model No�
Serial No�
(serial number located on bottom of inside door)
DateInstalled
Contractor
Contact
Address
PostalCode/ZipCode
TelephoneNo.
AfterHoursNo.
If different from Installation Contractor:
ServiceTech.
TelephoneNo.
AfterHoursNo.
Fuel Supplier:
GasSupplier
Contact
TelephoneNo.
AfterHoursNo.
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10.WARRANTY
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Wolf Steel Ltd. products are manufactured under the strict Standard of the world recognized ISO 9001 : 2008 Quality Assurance Certificate.
Wolf Steel Ltd. products are designed with superior components and materials assembled by trained craftsmen who take great pride in their work.
The complete appliance is thoroughly inspected by a qualified technician before packaging to ensure that the product you receive is the quality you
expect from Wolf Steel Ltd.
Condo Pack LIMITED WARRANTY
LIMITED WARRANTY
Limitations:
This heating/cooling appliance is warranted by Wolf Steel Ltd.
(Condo Pack) to be free from defects in materials and workmanship
under normal use and maintenance.
The Stainless Steel Heat Exchanger (Gas Furnace version) is
warranted for a period of 20 years (Parts only, shipping and warranty
labor cost are not covered. Such cost are to covered by the owner of
appliance).
For the first 10 years of the warranty period Wolf Steel Ltd. will
replace the entire furnace module if the Heat Exchanger fails (the Heat
Exchanger shall be defined as the stainless steel components making
up the primary and secondary exchange surfaces only; the plastic
front manifold cover and gasket are NOT included as part of the Heat
Exchanger) and all conditions and limitations of the warranty are met.
For the 11th through 20th year of the warranty, replacement cost of
the furnace module will be prorated.
Wolf Steel Ltd. is not responsible for:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
All other covered components will be warranted for a period of 5 years
during which Wolf Steel Ltd. will cover the replacement of the
component (Parts only, shipping and warranty labor cost are not
covered. Such cost are to covered by the owner of appliance).
6.
7.
Components not covered by the warranty include consumables such
as filters, fuses, driers, refrigerant and oils. Cabinetry components,
grills and wiring components are also excluded from the warranty.
8.
The warranty period begins at the date of the original installation and if
this date cannot be verified, the warranty period begins 6 months after
the manufacture date of the appliance (indicated by the first 4 numbers
of the serial number).
9.
10.
The warranty is only valid when:
•
the appliance has not been moved from its location of original
install,
•
has been installed by a licensed or qualified HVAC technician,
•
was installed in accordance with the manufacturer’s directions in
the Installation and Operation Manual, and
•
was installed in compliance with all industry standards, national
and local codes.
Warranty claims must be authorized by Wolf Steel Ltd. recognized
representative or agent; parts/components being claimed may need
to be analyzed at a Wolf Steel Ltd. facility. Records of installation
date and periodic maintenance are required to process claim. All
warranty service must be done by Wolf Steel Ltd. authorized service
technicians using approved components.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
Damages/Repairs/Costs incurred due to faulty installation or
application.
Damages/Repairs/Costs caused by an installation that is not
performed in compliance with all federal, provincial/state laws or
regulations, and the Installation and Operation Manual.
Damage as a result of vandalism, freight damage, floods,
fires, winds, lightening, and accidents, or any act of nature.
Atmospheres contaminated by compounds of chlorine, halogenated
hydrocarbons, or other damaging chemicals causing deterioration
of components, or other conditions beyond the control of Wolf Steel.
Use of components or accessories not compatible with this
appliance.
Products installed outside of Canada and the United States and its
territories.
Routine maintenance, but not limited to, cleaning of the coils, filter
cleaning and/or replacement and lubrication.
Damages/Repairs/Costs incurred because of the use of Parts not
supplied or previously authorized by Wolf Steel.
Damages or repairs required as a result of improper use,
maintenance, operation, servicing, cleaning or replacing filters.
Failure to operate due to interruption and/or inadequate electrical
service.
Damages, defects or failures caused by accidents or negligent or
unreasonable use or operation of the unit and its’ components,
including without limitation, operation beyond rated capacity and
operation of electrical components at voltage other than that
specified on the rating plate.
Wolf Steel will not in any event extend warranty coverage to any
incidental, consequential or indirect damages.
Changes in the appearance of the unit that does not affect its
performance.
Damages, defects or failures caused by operation of the unit in
abnormal environmental conditions (i.e. salt air).
Damages, defects or failures caused by conditioned air(return air)
supplied to the furnace being greater than 20% from out of doors
(13°C/55°F min. return air temperature).
Damages, defects or failures caused by operating air conditioning
modules during periods when outdoor ambient temperatures fall
below 13°C/55°F.
ALL SPECIFICATIONS AND DESIGNS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT PRIOR NOTICE DUE TO ON-GOING PRODUCT IMPROVEMENTS.
Napoleon® IS A REGISTERED TRADEMARK OF WOLF STEEL LTD.
FOR HO MEOWNERS FUTURE REFERE N C E
Dealer Name
Dealer’s City/Province-State/Postal-Zip Code
Model and Serial Number
(Serial number located on inside bottom door)
Telephone/Fax
Installation Date
E-mail Address
For further information about this warranty, contact Wolf Steel Ltd. Technical Service Department by • phone (888) 721-8324 • by
email: [email protected] • or mail to WOLF STEELLTD, 24 Napoleon Road, Barrie, Ontario L4M 0G8 Canada
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