Dometic 57915.322 Operating instructions

INSTALLATION AND OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
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579 Series BRISK AIR
590 Series QUICK COOL
595 Series QUICK COOL
Roof Top Air Conditioner
USED WITH
Part No. 3107206
USA
SERVICE OFFICE
Dometic Corp.
509 So. Poplar St.
LaGrange, IN 46761
(260) 463-4858
Air Distribution Box Kit
Mechanical
PRE-WIRED FOR OPTIONAL HEAT PACKAGE
CANADA
Dometic Dist.
866 Langs Dr.
Cambridge, Ontario
CANADA N3H 2N7
(519) 653-4390
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can be extremely hazardous and
could result in personal injury or
property damage.
US
Lire et comprendre ce manuel avant
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réglages, de l'entretien ou des
réparations. L'installation de cet
appareil doit être effectuée par un
réparateur qualifié. Toute modification
de cet appareil peut être extrêmement
dangereuse et entraîner des
blessures ou dommages matériels.
MODELS
INSTALLATION & OPERATING
INSTRUCTIONS
REVISION:
Form No. 3107195.095 11/03
(Replaces 3107195.087)
(French 3108172.052)
©2003 Dometic Corporation
LaGrange, IN 46761
57908.521
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Important: These instructions must stay with
unit. Owner read carefully.
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INSTALLATION AND OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
GENERAL INFORMATION
A. This air conditioner is designed for:
1. Installation on a recreational vehicle during
or after the time the vehicle is manufactured.
2. Mounting on the roof of a recreational vehicle.
3. Roof construction with rafters/joists on minimum of 16 inch centers.
4. Minimum of 1.00 inches and maximum of
4 inches distance between roof to ceiling of
recreational vehicle. Alternate installation methods will allow for roofs more than 4 inches thick.
This manual has safety information and instructions to help users eliminate or reduce the risk of
accidents and injuries.
RECOGNIZE SAFETY INFORMATION
!
B. The ability of the air conditioner to maintain the
desired inside temperature depends on the heat gain of
the RV. Some preventative measures taken by the
occupants of the RV can reduce the heat gain and
improve the performance of the air conditioner. During
extremely high outdoor temperatures, the heat gain of
the vehicle may be reduced by:
1. Parking the RV in a shaded area
2. Using window shades (blinds and/or cur tains)
3. Keeping windows and doors shut or minimizing
usage
4. Avoiding the use of heat producing appli ances
This is the safety-alert symbol. When you see this
symbol in this manual, be alert to the potential for
personal injury.
Follow recommended precautions and safe operating instructions.
Operation on High Fan/Cooling mode will give optimum
or maximum efficiency in high humidity or high outside
temperature.
UNDERSTAND SIGNAL WORDS
A signal word , WARNING OR CAUTION is used
with the safety-alert symbol. They give the level of
risk for potential injury.
Starting the air conditioner early in the morning and
giving it a "head start" on the expected high outdoor
ambient will greatly improve its ability to maintain the
desired indoor temperature.
! WARNING indicates a potentially hazard-
For a more permanent solution to a high heat gain,
accessories like A&E outdoor patio and window awnings will reduce heat gain by removing the direct
exposure to the sun. They also add a nice area to enjoy
company during the cool of the evening.
ous situation which, if not avoided, could result in
death or serious injury.
! CAUTION indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided may result in
minor or moderate injury.
C. Condensation
Note: The manufacturer of this air conditioner will not be
responsible for damage caused by condensed moisture on
ceilings or other surfaces. Air contains moisture and this
moisture tends to condense on cold surfaces. When air
enters the RV, condensed moisture may appear on the
ceiling, windows, metal parts, etc. The air conditioner
removes this moisture from the air during normal operation.
Keeping doors and windows closed when this air conditioner
is in operation will minimize condensed moisture on cold
surfaces.
CAUTION
used without the safety alert
symbol indicates, a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided may result in property
damage.
Read and follow all safety information and instructions.
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6.9
6.6
115VAC,
60 HZ., 1PH.
12.9
12.3
11.5
11.5
11.5
12.9
12.9
11.5
12.7
12.9
12.7
11.0
11.3
11.0
11.0
11.0
11.3
11.3
12.1
12.1
12.1
11.5
11.5
11.5
12.1
12.1
8.5
8.5
11.4
11.4
12.1
9.5
8.0
8.5
COMPRESSOR
RATED LOAD
AMPS
ELECTRICAL
RATING
71.0
77.0
50.0
50.0
50.0
77.0
77.0
50.0
60.0
71.0
60.0
54.4
56.0
54.4
54.4
54.4
62.0
62.0
59.0
59.0
59.0
50.0
50.0
50.0
59.0
59.0
48.3
48.3
58.0
58.0
59.0
53.0
53.0
48.3
36.0
34.0
COMPRESSOR
LOCKED
ROTOR
AMPS
2.0
2.0
2.5
2.5
2.5
2.5
2.5
2.5
2.0
2.5
2.0
2.5
2.5
2.5
2.5
2.5
2.5
2.5
2.5
2.5
2.5
2.5
2.5
2.5
2.5
2.5
2.5
2.5
2.5
2.5
2.5
2.5
2.5
2.5
2.5
2.5
FAN MOTOR
RATED LOAD
AMPS
6.0
5.6
5.8
5.8
5.8
6.0
6.0
5.8
5.6
6.0
5.6
5.8
5.8
5.8
5.8
5.8
5.8
5.8
5.8
5.8
5.8
5.8
5.8
5.8
5.8
5.8
5.8
5.8
5.8
5.8
5.8
5.8
5.8
5.8
5.8
5.8
325 / 250
325 / 250
325 / 250
325 / 250
325 / 250
350 / 250
350 / 250
325 / 250
325 / 250
350 / 250
350 / 250
325 / 250
325 / 250
325 / 250
325 / 250
325 / 250
325 / 250
325 / 250
325 / 250
325 / 250
325 / 250
325 / 250
325 / 250
325 / 250
325 / 250
325 / 250
325 / 250
325 / 250
325 / 250
325 / 250
325 / 250
325 / 250
325 / 250
325 / 250
325 / 250
325 / 250
SCFM-HIGH
SPEED
MAX/MIN
SPECIFICATIONS
FAN MOTOR
LOCKED
ROTOR
AMPS
0.40 / 1.10
0.40 / 1.10
0.40 / 1.10
0.40 / 1.10
0.40 / 1.10
0.40 / 1.10
0.40 / 1.10
0.40 / 1.10
0.40 / 1.10
0.40 /1.1 0
0.40/1.10
0.55 / 0.90
0.55 / 0.90
0.55 / 0.90
0.55 / 0.90
0.55 / 0.90
0.55 / 0.90
0.55 / 0.90
0.55 / 0.90
0.55 / 0.90
0.55 / 0.90
0.55 / 0.90
0.55 / 0.90
0.55 / 0.90
0.55 / 0.90
0.55 / 0.90
0.55 / 0.90
0.55 / 0.90
0.55 / 0.90
0.55 / 0.90
0.55 / 0.90
0.55 / 0.90
0.55 / 0.90
0.55 / 0.90
0.55 / 0.90
0.55 / 0.90
TOTAL
STATIC
MAX/MIN
“ W. C.
31.0
29.5
31.0
26.5
29
31.0
26.5
29.0
29.0
26.5
29.0
16.5
15.0
16.0
16.5
16.0
16.0
16.0
16.5
16.5
16.0
13.5
14.5
13.5
16.0
16.5
18.0
18.0
15.5
15.5
16.5
15.5
18.5
16.0
16.0
17.0
REFRIGERANT
R-22 (OZ)
12 AWG
Copper
up to 24’
MINIMUM
WIRE SIZE*
20 Amp
20 Amp
20 Amp
20 Amp
20 Amp
20 Amp
20 Amp
20 Amp
20 Amp
20 Amp
20 Amp
20 Amp
20 Amp
20 Amp
20 Amp
20 Amp
20 Amp
20 Amp
20 Amp
20 Amp
20 Amp
20 Amp
20 Amp
20 Amp
20 Amp
20 Amp
20 Amp
20 Amp
20 Amp
20 Amp
20 Amp
20 Amp
20 Amp
20 Amp
20 Amp
20 Amp
AC CIRCUIT
PROTECTION
*** USER
SUPPLIED
102
102
94
94
94
102
101
94
94
101
94
94
94
94
94
94
94
94
94
94
94
100
100
100
94
94
94
94
100
100
100
94
94
94
75
75
INSTALLED
WEIGHT
(POUNDS)
3.5 KW / 5.0 KW
3.5 KW / 5.0 KW
3.5 KW / 5.0 KW
3.5 KW / 5.0 KW
3.5 KW / 5.0 KW
3.5 KW / 5.0 KW
3.5 KW / 5.0 KW
3.5 KW / 5.0 KW
3.5 KW / 5.0 KW
3.5 KW / 5.0 KW
3.5 KW/ 5.0 KW
3.5 KW / 5.0 KW
3.5 KW / 5.0 KW
3.5 KW / 5.0 KW
3.5 KW / 5.0 KW
3.5 KW / 5.0 KW
3.5 KW / 5.0 KW
3.5 KW / 5.0 KW
3.5 KW / 5.0 KW
3.5 KW / 5.0 KW
3.5 KW / 5.0 KW
3.5 KW / 5.0 KW
3.5 KW / 5.0 KW
3.5 KW / 5.0 KW
3.5 KW / 5.0 KW
3.5 KW / 5.0 KW
2.5 KW / 4.0 KW
2.5 KW / 4.0 KW
3.5 KW / 5.0 KW
3.5 KW / 5.0 KW
3.5 KW / 5.0 KW
2.5 KW / 4.0 KW
2.5 KW / 4.0 KW
2.5 KW / 4.0 KW
2.5 KW / 4.0 KW
2.5 KW / 4.0 KW
MINIMUM
GENERATOR
SIZE**
1 UNIT/ 2 UNITS
For wire lengths over 24 ft. consult the National Electric Code for proper sizing.
Dometic Corporation gives GENERAL guidelines for generator requirements. These guidelines come from experiences people have had in actual applications
When sizing the generator, the total power usage of your recreational vehicle must be considered. Keep in mind generators lose power at high altitudes and
from lack of maintenance.
CIRCUIT PROTECTION: Time Delay Fuse or HACR Circuit Breakers Required.
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13,500
13,500
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13,500
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13,500
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13,500
57915.421
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13,500
13,500
11,000
11,000
13,500
13,500
13,500
57912.622
57912.631
57915.322
57915.331
57915.336
57915.631
57915.731
11,000
11,000
11,000
57912.321
57912.531
57912.621
13,500
13,500
13,500
7,180
7,100
57908.321
57908.521
57915.621
57915.622
57915.626
NOMINAL
CAPACITY
(BTU/HR)
COOLING
MODEL
NO.
INSTALLATION AND OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
INSTALLATION AND OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
1. PRECAUTIONS
FIG. 1
! WARNING
1/2 L L
Improper installation may damage equipment, could endanger life, cause serious
injury and/or property damage.
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
Read installation and operating instructions carefully
before attempting to start your air conditioner installation.
The Dometic Corporation will not be liable for any
damages or injury incurred due to failure in following
these instructions.
Installation must comply with the National Electrical
Code and any State or Local Codes or regulations.
DO NOT add any devices or accessories to this air
conditioner except those specifically authorized by
Dometic.
This equipment must be serviced by qualified personnel
and some states require these people to be licensed.
b.
For two unit installations: Install one air conditioners 1/3 and one air conditioner 2/3's from
front of RV and centered from side to side. See
FIG. 2.
FIG. 2
L
2/3 L
1/3 L
2. CHOOSING LOCATION FOR THE
AIR CONDITIONER
This air conditioner is specifically designed for installation on the roof of a recreational vehicle (RV).
CAUTION
It is the responsibility of the installer of this
air conditioner/heat pump system to ensure
structural integrity of the RV roof. Never create a low spot on the roof where water will
collect. Water standing around the air conditioner/heat pump may leak into the interior
causing damage to the product and the RV.
A.
B.
It is preferred that this air conditioner be installed in a
relatively flat and level roof section measured with the RV
parked on a level surface; however, up to 15o slant to either
side, or front-to-back, is acceptable.
C. AFTER LOCATION SELECTION:
a.
Check for obstructions in the area where air
conditioner will be installed.
b.
The roof must be designed to support 130 pounds
when the RV is in motion. Normally a 200 lb.
static load design will meet this requirement.
c.
Check inside the RV for air box obstructions.
(i.e. door openings, room dividers, curtains,
ceiling fixtures, etc.) See FIG. 3.
NORMAL LOCATIONS:
The air conditioner is designed to fit over an existing roof
vent opening. When the vent is removed, it normally
creates a 14-1/4" x 14-1/4" ±1/8 opening.
OTHER LOCATIONS:
When no roof vent is available or another location is
desired, the following is recommended:
a.
For one unit installation: The air conditioner
should be mounted slightly forward of center
(front to back) and centered from side to side.
See FIG. 1.
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FIG. 3
FIG. 4
7-5/8"
12.7" *
Rear
of
Unit
14-7/8"
5-1/4"
29.5"
34.4"
*10.7" FOR
MODEL 57908
7-5/8"
20"
18"
14-1/4" x 14-1/4" ±1/8
Opening
22.5"
3"
2.5"
Front
of
Unit
2-3/4"
3. ROOF PREPARATION
A.
B.
11-1/4"
ROOF VENT REMOVAL:
1. Unscrew and remove the roof vent.
2. Remove all caulking compound around opening.
3. Seal all screw holes and seams where the roof
gasket will be located. Use a good grade of all
weather sealer.
NEW OPENING:
(Installations Other Then Vent Openings)
3.
! WARNING
There may be electrical wiring between the
roof and the ceiling. Disconnect 115 volt AC
power cord and the positive (+) 12 volt DC
terminal at the supply battery. Failure to follow this instruction may create a shock hazard causing death or severe personal injury.
11-1/4"
Route a copper 12 AWG, with ground, supply
line from the fuse or circuit breaker box to the roof
opening.
a. The power supply must be on a separate 20
amp Time Delay Fuse or HACR Circuit
Breaker.
b. Wiring must comply with all National, State
and Local wiring codes.
c. Make sure at least 15" of wire extend into
the roof opening. This insures easy air
conditioner attachment.
d. If vent fan was removed, the existing wire
may be used provided it is of proper size and
correctly fused.
CAUTION
It is the responsibility of the installer of this air
conditioner system to ensure structural integrity of the RV roof. Never create a low spot
on the roof where water will collect. Water
standing around the air conditioner may leak
into the interior causing damage to the product and the RV.
1.
C.
20"
A 14-1/4" x 14-1/4"±1/8 opening must be cut
through the roof and ceiling of the RV. It is
recommended this opening be located between
roof reinforcing members.
2.
Mark a 14-1/4" x 14-1/4"±1/8 square on the roof
and carefully cut the opening.
3.
Using the roof opening as a guide, cut the
matching hole in the ceiling. See FIG.4.
OPENING PREPARATION:
1.
If the opening exceeds 14-3/8" x 14-3/8", it will be
necessary to install spacers.
2.
If the opening is less than 14-1/8" x 14-1/8", it
must be enlarged.
4.
5
The opening must be framed to provide adequate support and prevent air from being
drawn from the roof cavity. Lumber 3/4" thick
or more and long enough to bridge the opening
must be used. Remember to provide and
entrance hole for the power supply wire. See
FIG. 5.
INSTALLATION AND OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
3/4" Min.
FIG. 7
Frame
Opening
Provide
Hole For
Wiring
Recycle All
Cardboard
FIG. 5
5.
This completes the outside work. Minor adjustments can be
done from the inside if required.
The 14-1/4" x 14-1/4"±1/8 roof opening is part
of the return air duct and must be finished in
accordance with NFPA standard 501C, Standard for Recreational Vehicles, Section 2-7.
5.
A.
Remove air box and mounting hardware from carton.
The upper duct is shipped inside the lower duct which
is part of the ceiling template.
1. Remove upper duct from ceiling template and
locate it over blower discharge.
Note: Edges without flanges install toward REAR and SIDE
of opening. See FIG. 8.
4. PLACING THE AIR CONDITIONER
ON THE ROOF
A.
DISCHARGE DUCT AND CEILING TEMPLATE INSTALLATION
Remove the Air Conditioner from the carton and discard
the carton.
CAUTION
FIG. 8
This unit weighs approximately 100 pounds.
To prevent back injury, use a mechanical
hoist to place air conditioner on roof.
B.
C.
Place the air conditioner on the roof.
Lift and place the unit over the prepared opening using
the gasket as a guide. The condenser coil goes toward
the rear of the RV. See FIG. 6.
FIG. 6
Lift And Place
2.
Front
B.
Do Not Slide
C.
Use two (2) #10 x 3/8" screws (C) to hold duct to
base pan. Holes provided in bottom of basepan for
these screws to go into.
Check for correct alignment and adjust the unit as
necessary (Roof Gasket centers over 14-1/4"±1/8 opening).
Reach up into return air opening of the air conditioner
and pull the unit electrical cord down for later connection. See FIG. 9.
CAUTION
CENTER A /C
FROM BEL OW
Do not slide the unit. This may damage the
neoprene gasket attached to the bottom and
create a leaky installation.
D.
GASKET
FIG. 9
MEASURE
CEILING
THICKNESS
Place the 3107206 Air Box Kit inside the RV. This box
contains mounting hardware for the air conditioner and
will be used inside the RV. See FIG. 7.
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ELECTRICAL CORD
INSTALLATION AND OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
D.
E.
F.
C.
Measure (See FIG. 9) the ceiling to roof thickness:
1. If distance is 1"-2", remove perforated tabs from
both upper and lower ducts.
2. If distance is 2"-3", remove perforated tabs from
bottom duct only.
3. If distance is 3"-4", install ducts as received.
4. If distance is 4"- 6", use optional duct adaptor,
Part No. 3106775.004 and Bolt Kit, Part No.
3100895.006.
Install ceiling template by sliding lower duct over upper
duct.
Start each mounting bolt by hand before tightening any
of them. The four (4) threaded inserts in the base pan
can be seen to aid in starting the bolts.
EVENLY TIGHTEN MOUNTING BOLTS TO A TORQUE
OF 40 TO 50 INCH POUNDS.
This will compress the roof gasket to approximately
1/2". The bolts are self locking so over tightening is not
necessary.
D.
E.
F.
Connect black wire in junction box to black or hot wire
from supply line.
Connect supply ground wire to identified ground screw
in junction box.
Install junction box cover with two (2) blunt point screws
(C).
Plug unit electrical cord into the mating connector on
control box.
FIG. 10
CAUTION
If bolts are left loose there may not be an
adequate roof seal or if overtightened, damage may occur to the air conditioner base or
ceiling template. Tighten to torque specifications listed in this manual.
7. INSTALL AIR BOX
FIG. 11
6. WIRING OF SYSTEM
Note: All wiring must comply with the National Electrical
Code and any State or Local Codes or regulations.
! WARNING
Disconnect 115 volt AC. Failure to follow
these instructions could create a shock hazard causing death or severe personal injury.
! WARNING
A.
Remove return air grille from air box by pulling in on halfround finger catches.
Note: If optional heat package is to be installed, do so at this
time, before the air box is installed. Follow instructions with
heat package for its installation procedure.
This product is equipped with a 3-wire
(grounded) system for protection against
shock hazard. Make sure that the appliance
is wired into a properly grounded 115 volt
AC circuit and the polarity is correct. Failure
to do so could result in death, personal injury or damage to the equipment.
(Steps A. - F refer to FIG. 10.)
A. Route supply line into junction box through provided
Romex Connector (D). Six (6) inch leads are sufficient
for connection to unit wires and ground screws.
B. Connect white wire in junction box to white or neutral
wire from supply line.
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B.
C.
D.
E.
F.
Hold air box up to ceiling template and install three (3)
#10 x 3/8" screws at air box mounting point. See FIG.
12.
Snap hole plug (E) into place at rear of air box.
Install four (4) wood screws (B) that hold air box tight to
ceiling if so desired.
Reinstall return air grille and filter into air box.
The air conditioner installation is now complete. Turn on
power to the unit for operational check. Please read
Unit Operating Instructions before proceeding.
8. INSTALLATION ON TENT CAMPER
ROOF
A.
B.
C.
FIG. 12
The permanent wiring leading to unit junction box may
originate in a flanged surface inlet located in roof section
near the side wall. See FIG. 13.
A unique outlet receptacle for air conditioner should be
located in the side wall of vehicle beneath the flanged
surface inlet.
A cord set fabricated from an oil, water, and ozone
resistant material, such as Type SJOW-A, shall be
used to connect the flanged surface inlet and the air
conditioning receptacle. This cord set shall be visible
during use and shall not be installed in raceways or
placed behind walls or cabinet panels.
FIG. 13
AIR CONDIT IONER
AIR BOX
PERMANENT
WIRING IN
ROOF OR
RACEWAY
JUNCTION
BOX
CORD SET
(Type SJOW -A
or Equivalent,
Must be V isible)
UNIQUE
R ECEPTACLE
SO N O O THER
PLUG M AY B E
PUT I NTO T HIS
CIR CUIT
UNIQUE P LUG
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
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OPT. HEAT
®
FAN
by Dometic
LOW
COOL
LOW
MED
MED
HIGH
HIGH
1.
COLDER
CONTROLS:
A.
The Selector Switch has eight positions including "OFF". This controls fan speed, heating
mode, and cooling modes.
B.
The Thermostat controls the temperature range
from 65o F on the coldest side to 90o F on the
warmest side. In the cooling mode, the compressor ON/OFF controlled by the thermostat setting.
2.
8
COOLING OPERATION:
A.
Set the thermostat at the desired temperature
level.
B.
Select the fan speed that best satisfies your
needs:
a. HIGH COOL: Selected when maximum
cooling and dehumidification required.
b. MED. COOL: Selected when normal or
average cooling required.
c. LOW COOL: Selected when room at
desired comfort level and needs to be maintained. Normally this speed used for night
time operation.
INSTALLATION AND OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
Note: The blower runs continuously to circulate air and
maintain an even temperature. The compressor will come on
as cooling is required to maintain the selected temperature
level.
3. HEATING OPERATION:
(With Optional Heat Kit Installed)
Note: This electric heater will not replace a furnace for
heating your RV in cold weather. The intent is to remove the
chill on cool days or mornings.
A. Turn the selector switch to "OPT. HEAT".
B. The Heater will come on and begin heating.
C. When desired temperature level in RV is reached,
move the selector switch to off position or fan
position.
Note: Thermostat does not control heater ON/OFF cycle.
4.
5.
FAN OPERATION:
This will circulate the air in your RV without cooling or
heating. There are three positions: HIGH FAN, MED.
FAN or LOW FAN to select from, depending upon
personal choice.
"OFF" POSITION: This is to turn Unit off.
MAINTENANCE
1.
AIR FILTER:
Periodically remove the return air filter located above the
removable panel in the air box. Wash the filter with soap
and warm water, let dry and then reinstall.
3.
4.
Note: Never run the air conditioner without return air filter in
place. This may plug the unit evaporator coil with dirt and
may substantially affect the performance of the unit.
2.
AIR BOX HOUSING:
Clean air box housing and control panel with a soft cloth
dampened with a mild detergent. Never use furniture
polish or scouring powders.
FAN MOTOR:
Factory lubricated and requires no service under normal
use.
FROST FORMATION ON COOLING COIL:
Under certain conditions, frost may form on the evaporator coil. If this should occur, inspect the filter and
clean if dirty. Make sure air louvers are not obstructed.
Air conditioners have a greater tendency to frost when
the outside temperature is relatively low. This may be
prevented by adjusting the thermostat control knob to a
warmer setting (counter clockwise). Should frosting
continue, operate on LOW, MED. or HIGH FAN setting
until the cooling coil is free of frost.
If your unit fails to operate or operated improperly, check
the following before calling your service center.
SERVICE - Unit Does Not Operate
1.
2.
3.
4.
further help. This unit must serviced by qualified service
personnel only.
If RV connected to motor generator, check to be sure
motor generator is running and producing power.
If RV connected to power supply by a land line, check
to be sure line is sized properly to run air conditioner
load and it is plugged into power supply.
Check your fuse or circuit breaker to see if it is open.
After the above checks, call your local service center for
When calling for service, always give the air conditioner
Model Number and Serial Number. This information can
be found on unit rating plate located on the base pan
near the return air opening. Return air grille must be
removed from air box to view.
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INSTALLATION AND OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
MOUNTING PARTS
AIR CONDITIONING UNIT
Discharge Air
Opening
A. (4) 1/4" — #20 x 7" bolts
Mounting Bolt
B. (4) #8 x 5/8" long sharp point wood screws
Return Air
Opening
Threaded Hole
In Bottom
C. (7) #10 x 3/8" blunt point tapping screws
Mounting Bolt
Upper Discharge
Duct
Power Supply
Line
D. (1) Romex connector
Framing Stock
E. (1) Hole Plug
Discharge Air
Duct
Discharge Air
Opening
Discharge Air
Opening
AIR BOX - CONTROLS
WIRING DIAGRAM
AIR CONDITIONER - WIRING DIAGRAM
COMPRESSOR
PASSED
DIELECTRIC
C
MOTOR
S
R
GRN/YEL
O.L.
*
6 PIN CONN
WHT
BRN
1
BLU
2
BLK
WHT
FAN
C
HERM
YEL
3
RED
4
WHT
5
6
RED
WHT
RUN CAP
RED
COMP STARTER
START
PTCR
CAP
*
GRN/YEL
*
NOT USED ON
SOME MODELS
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