SUN ELECTRIC ECO 12, ECO 134 Refrigerant Recovery Unit Installation Instructions

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SUN ELECTRIC ECO-12 ECO-134 Refrigerant Recovery Unit Installation Instructions | Manualzz

Model:

ECO-12 (EEAC107A)

ECO-134 (EEAC108A)

UNIT SETUP

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SUN ELECTRIC

Installation Instructions

INSTALLATION MUST BE PERFORMED

BY QUALIFIED

SNAP-ON/SUN/EQUISERV PERSONNEL ONLY

INSTALLATION OVERVIEW: _____________________________________________

The Installation Procedures listed are for the Sun ECO units (EEAC107A for R-12 & EEAC108A for R-

134a). The unit is shipped as a fully assembled unit, with the exception of the items listed in the Parts &

Accessories per tester.

PLEASE READ THESE INSTRUCTIONS COMPLETELY BEFORE SETTING UP UNIT

!

THIS UNIT MUST BE PLUGGED INTO A PROPER AC OUTLET FOR UNIT

TO OPERATE CORRECTLY. REFER TO THE UNIT ID PLATE LOCATED

ON BACK OF UNIT. EXTENSION CORDS ARE NOT RECOMMENDED,

BUT IF AN EXTENSION CORD MUST BE USED, USE A CORD THAT IS

LESS THAN 50 FEET WITH A 16 AWG, OR ABOVE 50 FEET AND LESS

THAN 100 FEET WITH A 14 AWG.

!

USE STANDARD REFRIGERANT HANDLING

SAFETY PROCEDURES WHEN PERFORMING INSTALLATION

ALWAYS WEAR SAFETY GOGGLES, DON’T SPILL OR TOUCH LIQUID

REFRIGERANT, AVOID FLAMES, AND EXCESSIVE HEAT. USE ONLY IN

WELL VENTILATED AREA.

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PARTS & ACCESSORIES FOR EEAC107A: _________________________________

PART NUMBER

04070019

0647019601

0647019701

0647019901

0647020001

0692183401

0692191401

0692192801

0692224201

0692229101

1285

4519005501

EAA0157C00A

EAH0013C00A

EASC076C10A

SS1451VHS

ZEEAC107A

ZEEAC107A1

DESCRIPTION

Nut, Wing

Adapter, GM

Adapter, Quick-Disconnect, GM/Ford

Adapter, Quick-Disconnect, Large GM

Adapter, Ford

Questionnaire, SEL 1403C

MACS Form, Mail-in

Product Registration Form

MACS Certification Form

Product & Warranty Registration Form

Beaker, Disposable 5oz.

Anti-Blow Back Valve

Recovery Tank Assembly

Gauge Set, Uniweld

Brace, Tank

Video Tape

User’s Manual

Installation instructions

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PARTS & ACCESSORIES FOR EEAC108A: _________________________________

PART NUMBER

04070019

0647028707

0647028708

0692183401

0692191401

0692192801

0692224201

0692229101

115080

1285

4519005502

EAA0158C00A

EAH0014C01A

EAK0027C00AS

EASC076C10A

SS1451VHS

ZEEAC107A

ZEEAC107A1

DESCRIPTION

Nut, Wing

Adapter, Vehicle, High Side

Adapter, Vehicle, Low Side

Questionnaire, SEL 1403C

MACS Form, Mail-In

Product Registration Form

MACS Certification Form

Product & Warranty Registration Form

Adapter, Low Side

Beaker, Disposable 5oz.

Anti-Blow Back Valve

Recovery Tank Assembly

Gauge Set, R134a

Kit, Vehicle Adapter O-Ring

Brace, Tank

Video Tape

User’s Manual

Installation Instructions

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REQUIRED TOOLS: ____________________________________________________

Safety Goggles (0001-5005)

Refrigerant Oil (Mineral) or Superlube (0681-0193-02 or -03)

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INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS: _________________________________________

1. Open top of box (A). Split one corner and unwrap box (A) off unit.

2. Remove the protective pad (B).

3. Remove the plastic bag from unit.

4. Remove the gauge set box (D).

5. Remove accessory and tank boxes (C)(E), and packing material (F) from scale/tank compartment.

6. From the back side of the unit, carefully lean the unit backwards and roll off the bottom runner assembly (G).

7. Inventory all items using the Parts &

Accessories list and inspect for damage.

A

ACC.

GAUGE

SET

TANK

B

C

D

E

F

RUNNER

FIGURE 1 Unit Package

PARTS & ACCESSORIES SETUP: ________________________________________

1. Remove the Gauge Set Assembly (EAH0013C00A or EAH0014C01A) from the gauge set box and place on gauge set bracket. (Bracket is part of rear panel.)

2. Remove the Blue and Red Hoses from the gauge set box and OIL the seals on each end.

3. Connect the open end of the Blue and Red Hoses to the Gauge Set respectively.

4. Remove the Beaker (1285) and place it in the hole next to the left rear wheel.

5. For the EEAC107A, place the four adapters in the beaker. (This is only a temporary place, until the customer finds a more suitable location.)

6. For the EEAC108A, connect the Red and Blue adapters (0647028707 and 0647028708) to the

Red and Blue Hoses from the Gauge Set respectively.

7. For the EEAC108A, place the O-Ring Kit (EAK0027C00AS) and Adapter Fitting (115080) on the bottom foot panel.

8. Remove the User's Manual, MAC Form/Certification, Product Registration Form, Warranty

Registration, and Video Tape from the box. Hand these items to the Owner or Manager.

9. Remove Recovery Tank (EAA0157C00A or EAA0158C00A) from its box. Remove cardboard wrap from Recovery Tank. Set on floor in back of unit.

G

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PREPARING NEW RECOVERY TANK: _____________________________________

1. Referring to FIGURE 2, open the BLUE valve on

Recovery Tank to release ALL COMPRESSED AIR.

2. Remove the Yellow Hose from the gauge set box.

OIL the seals on each end of hose.

3. Add the anti-blow back valve (4519005501 or

4519005502) to the short side of yellow hose.

4. Attach open end of Yellow Hose to BLUE valve on

Recovery Tank (Refer to FIGURE 2). Attach other end of Yellow Hose with the anti-blow back valve to the service port on back of unit. Open ball valve on yellow hose.

5. Plug AC Cord to a 115VAC outlet. Turn compressor switch to ON, and turn the 3-way valve to VACUUM.

FIGURE 2 RECOVERY TANK

6. Pull a vacuum for about 15 minutes.

7. Once completed, turn the 3-way valve to OFF, and the compressor switch to OFF.

8. Close Recovery Tank valve (BLUE) and remove Yellow Hose from Recovery Tank.

9. Re-OIL seal on Yellow Hose and connect to center port on Gauge Set.

10. Place Recovery Tank on scale. Tank fittings should face straight out the back of unit.

11. Connect the Yellow Hose from the bottom of unit to the purge valve (A) shown in FIGURE 3 on top of the Recovery Tank. Connect the Red Hose from the bottom of the unit to the RED valve

(B) on the Recovery Tank.

12. Connect the Tank Brace (EASC076C10A) (C) to the frame and secure with Wing Nuts

(04070019).

13. Slide the Temperature Lead between the Velcro Strap (D) on the recovery tank. Ensure that the velcro strap is 2” above the weld of the tank.

FIGURE 3 INSTALLING TANK

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CHARGING RECOVERY TANK: __________________________________________

NOTE: THIS PROCEDURE IS USED TO SETUP THE UNIT FOR CHARGING. RECOVERY TANK

SHOULD HAVE AT LEAST A 25” VACUUM. THIS PROCEDURE IS DONE WHEN

RECOVERY TANK IS ON THE SCALE

1. Be sure Recovery Tank valves (B) are closed.

Refer to FIGURE 4

2. Disconnect the Red hose from the Recovery Tank.

3. Disconnect and Re-Oil both the seals on Yellow hose (C). Connect the long side of the Yellow Hose to the Virgin Tank.

4. Connect the short side of the Yellow Hose to the

Red Valve on the Recovery Tank (B).

5. Open the Red Valve on the Recovery Tank.

6. Invert the Virgin Tank (A) and open valve. Open

Hand Valve (D) on the Yellow Hose to allow the refrigerant to flow.

7. Raise the Virgin Tank to a higher level than the

Recovery Tank. Gravity and vacuum will transfer the liquid refrigerant to the Recovery Tank faster than reclaiming it.

8. Refer to the LCD Display to view the amount of refrigerant that has been transferred.

A

9. After the desired amount of refrigerant has been transferred, close valves on Virgin Tank and

Recovery Tank. Set Virgin Tank on ground upright.

10. Close Hand Valve on Yellow Hose. Disconnect

Yellow Hose from Recovery Tank.

B

11. Re-Oil seals on anti-blow back valve on the Red

Hose from unit and connect to Recovery Tank.

Open Recovery Tank valve (RED).

FIGURE 4 CHARGING TANK

12. Re-Oil seal on Yellow Hose and connect to service port on back of unit. Open Hand Valve on Yellow Hose.

13. Plug the unit into a 115VAC outlet. Turn the compressor switch to ON, and the 3-way valve to

RECYCLE. This will reclaim the refrigerant from the hose. (Optional: Opening Virgin Tank valve will recover the rest of the refrigerant.)

14. Once complete, disconnect Yellow Hose from Virgin Tank.

15. Re-Oil seals on Yellow Hose and connect to center port on Gauge Set.

D

C

REMEMBER TO OIL O-RINGS

AND SEALS WHEN ATTACHING

HOSES OR FITTINGS

INSTALLATION COMPLETE/SETUP COMPLETE

ZEEAC107A1 (03/26/1997) REV C.

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Key Features

  • Refrigerant Recovery and Recycling
  • Vacuum Pump for System Evacuation
  • Three-Way Valve for Recovery and Recycle Functions
  • Recovery Tank for Refrigerant Storage
  • Gauge Set for Pressure Monitoring
  • Adapters for Common Automotive Applications
  • Easy-to-Use Controls

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Frequently Answers and Questions

What types of refrigerants can the ECO-12 and ECO-134 units handle?
The ECO-12 unit is designed for use with R-12 refrigerant, while the ECO-134 unit is designed for use with R-134a refrigerant.
What is the recommended vacuum level for the recovery tank?
The recovery tank should have at least a 25-inch vacuum before charging.
Can I use an extension cord with the unit?
Extension cords are not recommended. If you must use an extension cord, use a cord that is less than 50 feet with a 16 AWG or above 50 feet and less than 100 feet with a 14 AWG.
What safety precautions should I take when using the unit?
Always wear safety goggles, avoid flames and excessive heat, and use the unit only in a well-ventilated area. Refer to the unit's ID plate on the back of the unit for additional information.
How do I charge the recovery tank?
Connect the yellow hose to the virgin tank and the red hose to the recovery tank. Open the valves on both tanks and allow the refrigerant to flow into the recovery tank.
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