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Amana PTC093G35AXXX Installation Instructions
PTAC WALL SLEEVE
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
The wall sleeve must be installed before the air conditioner or heat pump chassis can be
set in place. Read the instructions thoroughly before proceeding.
When 230/208 volt units are to be installed, the power
supply may be either cord connected or permanent
wiring. Permanent wiring may be done through the hard
wire junction box, or the accessory subbase.
When 265 volt units are to be installed, the power supply
must be permanent wiring. Permanent wiring may be
done through the accessory hard wire junction box, or
the accessory subbase. An exposed cord connection
on 265 volt units is not permitted.
The subbase accessory includes leveling legs. If added
wall sleeve support is required and the subbase is not to
be used an accessory leveling leg kit may be installed.
Made in USA
Contents
KIT ACCESSORIES ..................................................................................................... 2
DRAIN KIT ....................................................................................................... 2
SUBBASE, LEVELING LEGS, MAIN DUCT, AND HYDRONIC HEAT KITS ........................ 2
PRE-INSTALLATION CONSIDERATIONS .................................................................. 3
OUTDOOR ENCLOSURE PANEL REMOVAL .............................................................. 3
WALL SLEEVE INSTALLATION .................................................................................. 4
RECOGNIZE THIS SYMBOL AS A SAFETY PRECAUTION
ATTENTION INSTALLING PERSONNEL
As a professional installer you have an obligation to know the product better than the customer. This
includes all safety precautions and related items.
Prior to actual installation, thoroughly familiarize yourself with this Instruction Manual. Pay special
attention to all safety warnings. Often during installation or repair it is possible to place yourself in a
position which is more hazardous than when the unit is in operation.
Remember, it is your responsibility to install the product safely and to know it well enough to be able to
instruct a customer in its safe use.
Safety is a matter of common sense...a matter of thinking before acting. Most dealers have a list of
specific good safety practices...follow them.
The precautions listed in this Installation Manual are intended as supplemental to existing practices.
However, if there is a direct conflict between existing practices and the content of this manual, the
precautions listed here take precedence.
Part No. A3495105
Printed in USA
August 2005
KIT ACCESSORIES
DRAIN KIT
An indoor/outdoor drain kit is available as an accessory
item. When a drain kit is to be installed, do so before
installing the wall sleeve in the wall. See the drain kit for
actual installation instructions.
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SUBBASE, LEVELING LEGS, MAIN DUCT, AND
HYDRONIC HEAT KITS
16 1/4"
415 mm
Minimum
Installation of these kits requires drilling of mounting
holes on both sides of the wall sleeve. The minimum
required clearance distance between the wall sleeve and
wall is shown in Table 1. If the distance between wall
sleeve and wall will be at or near the minimum clearance
distance, mount these kits on the sleeve before installing
the sleeve in the wall. The kit installation instructions are
included with the accessory kits.
Finished Floor
Dimension "B"
in Table 1
Figure 2 - Minimum Wall Opening Dimensions
Outside
Wall
16 1/16"
410 mm
Top of Wall Sleeve
Internal
Adjacent
Wall
42"
1065 mm
"A"
Minimum
"A"
Minimum
Internal
Adjacent
Wall
Allow Front Clearance (See Table 1)
14 1/8"
359 mm
Figure 3 - Minimum Unit Clearances
Wall Receptacle Within 58" From
Bottom Right Side Corner on
208/230 VAC Units Only
Outside
Wall
Figure 1 - Wall Sleeve Dimensions
Cabinet
Side
Room
Side
"C" in
Table 1
Carpet or
Finished Floor
"B" in
Table 1
1/4"
6 mm
Minimum
Figure 4 - Minimum Interior and Exterior
MINIMUM CLEARANCES AND PROJECTIONS
OPTION
Wall Sleeve Only
Subbase Kit
Leveling Legs Kit
Duct Kit
Hydronic Heat Kit "A Series"
Hydronic Heat Kit "J Series"
Drain Kit
Hardwire Kit
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2
3
MINIMUM CLEARANCES
A (Figure 2)
B (Figure 3)
Inches
mm
Inches
mm
3
75
0
0
3
75
3 1/4
85
3
75
3
75
3
75
0
0
3
3
0 to 3 1/4 0 to 85
9
230
6
150
0
0
1
1
'0
'0
3
75
3
75
1 1/4
30
MINIMUM PROJECTION
C (Figure 4)
Inches
mm
0
0
2 3/4
70
2
50
2 3/8
35
2
2
3
75
2 1/2
65
0
0
0
0
If inside mounted then B = 1 1/2 inches (40 mm)
To achieve a flush fit between the hydronic front and the finished wall, Dimension “C” must be between 3” and
3 1/8”. If this dimension is more than 3 1/8” there will be a gap between the front and the wall. This gap could
permit occupant access to hydronic lines or other dangerous parts.
This dimension can be from 0” to 3-1/4”, but cannot exceed 3-1/4”. If this dimension exceeds 3-1/4”, the skirt
around the front will not reach the floor.
Table 1
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PRE-INSTALLATION CONSIDERATIONS
Before proceeding with the sleeve installation, ensure the following guidelines for locating the wall opening and sleeve
are met:
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The wall opening must be the correct size. See
Figure 1 for wall sleeve dimensions and Figure 2
for minimum wall opening size.
The wall sleeve will need to be installed with
minimum clearances to the floor and adjacent
walls. Minimum projections of the sleeve into and
out of the room will also have to be met. See
Figures 3 and 4 as well as Table 1 for details.
If installed in a concrete or masonry wall, a lintel
must be provided in the wall opening for support.
Do not use the wall sleeve as a lintel. See
Figure 5 for a typical lintel construction.
When installed in the opening, the wall sleeve
must be horizontally level from side to side and
pitched (one quarter bubble in the sight glass) to
the outside. DO NOT SLOPE THE WALL SLEEVE
TOWARD THE ROOM. (Figure 5)
The installer must determine and supply the
mounting bolts and/or screws to attach the wall
sleeve to the sides of the wall opening. Make sure
the wall opening is adequate for strong support.
The installer must provide adequate sealing and
insulation around the sleeve after it is installed.
See Figure 6 for one of many types of constructions.
If used, a 208/230-volt wall receptacle must be
located within 58 inches of the lower right sleeve
corner. Extension cords must not be used with the
unit. See the note on Figure 1.
For installations in walls deeper than 13-7/8
inches, special care is necessary to prevent
problems with rain water, condensate drainage
and intake/discharge air. Under these circumstances, careful job site analysis and precautions
are required. You must consult with your Sales
Representative and receive approval before
attempting such installations.
Wood
Frame
Lintel
Figure 5 - Framing with Lintel
Concrete
Lintel
13 1/2" (340 mm)
Maximum
(No Accessories)
13 3/4"
350 mm
1/4"
6 mm
Minimum
Projection
Steel
Lintel
Caulk Top,
Bottom, and
Both Sides
Power Supply
Conduit
Finished
Floor
Receptacle
Figure 6 - Block and Brick Veneer
Installation
Sleeve
Stiffener
OUTDOOR ENCLOSURE PANEL REMOVAL
The sleeve stiffener must be taken out before the
enclosure panel can be removed from the sleeve.
1. Remove the zig-zag folded cardboard sleeve stiffener
(Figure 7).
Figure 7- Sleeve Stiffener Remova
2. Remove the rear closure panel by folding the four
flaps as indicated in Figure 8.
Rear Closure
Panel
3. Grasping the top and bottom flanges of the rear closure panel as shown in Figure 9, the entire panel is
pulled out diagonally from one side.
Install the wall sleeve condenser air grille by using the
screws and holes provided. (See the Installation Instructions provided for the grille kits.)
Flaps
Figure 8 - Rear Enclosure Panel
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Figure 9 - Panel Removal
WALL SLEEVE INSTALLATION
After the wall opening is checked and approved for location, size, and clearances, complete the following to install the
wall sleeve.
1. Remove the outside enclosure panel from the wall
sleeve.
Alternative
Fastening Method
(Field Supplied)
2. Slide the wall sleeve into the wall opening. Do not distort the cabinet shape to fit the wall opening; the unit
chassis must fit snugly and uniformly into the wall
sleeve.
Wood Screw
Toggle Bolt
Expansion
Anchor Bolt
Mounting
Holes
(Drilled by
Installer)
3. Locate the sleeve within the range of minimum projections, as shown in Figures 3 and 4, so both sides
are at least the minimum projection from the wall.
Plastic
Anchor
4. Check the level of the wall sleeve. For proper drainage, the sleeve should be level from side to side and
one-quarter bubble in the sight glass sloping to the
outside.
Screws
Figure 10 - Wall Sleeve Attachment to Opening
5. Two holes will need to be drilled in both sides of the
wall sleeve for mounting into the wall. Drill holes of
proper size and in the proper location so the screws
will engage into strong supporting members of the
wall. DO NOT DRILL THROUGH BOTTOM OF
SLEEVE. Figure 10 shows possible fastening methods.
6. Check the level of the wall sleeve and adjust if necessary.
7. Caulk or seal around the outside of the entire sleeve.
8. If the unit chassis will not be installed immediately, replace the enclosure panel on the outside opening of
the sleeve. This will prevent weather damage to the
building interior.
9. Recycle or dispose of packaging materials per local
codes.
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