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USER’S INFORMATION MANUAL
RPGE/RGE Series
Gas Heating/Electric Cooling Package Unit
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Congratulations...
...your outdoor heating/cooling package unit is a valuable
piece of equipment, designed and manufactured by the
most modern methods. Proper care of your unit should
result in many years of service and comfort.
To keep your operating costs low and to eliminate
unnecessary service calls, we have provided a few
guidelines. These guidelines will help you understand how
your heating/cooling unit operates and how to maintain it
so you can get years of safe and dependable service.
Read all the instructions in this manual, and keep all
manuals for future reference.
WARNING
FIRE OR EXPLOSION HAZARD
Failure to follow the safety warnings
exactly could result in serious injury,
death, or property damage.
– Do not store or use gasoline or other
flammable vapors and liquids in the vicinity
of this or any other appliance.
– What to do if you smell gas:
GAMA Certified
The Gas Appliance
Manufacturers Association
(GAMA) symbol verifies that
Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency (AFUE) ratings for our
gas package heating/cooling units have been derived
from U.S. Government standard tests.
• Do not try to light any appliance.
• Do not touch any electrical switch; do not
use any phone in your building.
• Immediately call your gas supplier from a
neighbor’s phone.
Follow the gas
supplier’s instructions.
• If you cannot reach the gas supplier, call
the fire department.
– Installation and service must be performed
by a qualified installer, service agency or
the gas supplier.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Manufactured By
ALLIED AIR ENTERPRISES, INC.
A Lennox International Inc. Company
215 Metropolitan Drive
West Columbia, SC 29170
IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION ................2
OPERATING YOUR UNIT .................................... 3
MAINTENANCE OF YOUR UNIT .........................5
REPAIR PARTS ....................................................7
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WARRANTY ......................................................... 8
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION
3. This unit is equipped with an ignition device which
automatically lights the burners. See OPERATING
YOUR UNIT on page 3 for information on lighting
and shutting down the unit.
WARNING
ELECTRICAL SHOCK, FIRE,
OR EXPLOSION HAZARD
4. Should the gas supply fail to shut off or if overheating
occurs, shut off the gas valve to the unit before
shutting off the electrical supply.
Failure to follow the safety warnings exactly
could result in dangerous operation, serious
injury, death, or property damage.
5. Do not use the unit if any part has been under water.
A flood-damaged unit is extremely dangerous.
Attempts to use the unit can result in fire or
explosion. A qualified service agency should be
contacted to inspect the unit and to replace all gas
controls, control system parts, electrical parts that
have been wet, or the unit if deemed necessary.
Improper servicing could result in dangerous
operation, serious injury, death, or property
damage.
• Before servicing, disconnect all electrical
power to unit.
• When servicing controls, label all wires prior
to disconnecting. Reconnect wires correctly.
6. Examine the unit installation to determine that:
A. All flue gas carrying areas external to the unit,
such as the vent hood, are clear and free of
obstructions.
• Verify proper operation after servicing.
B. Return air duct connection(s) is physically
sound and sealed to the unit casing.
For your safety, read the following before operating your
gas heating/electric cooling package unit:
C. Physical support of the unit is sound without
sagging, cracks, gaps, etc.
1. The area around the unit must be kept clear and
free of combustible materials, gasoline, and other
flammable vapors and liquids.
2. This unit requires air for combustion and ventilation
to ensure both proper and safe operation.
Combustion air is brought in through the condenser
section. Do not block or obstruct the condenser
coil or condenser fan opening.
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D. There are no obvious signs of deterioration of
the unit.
E. Burner flames are in good adjustment (see
Burner Flame beginning on page 6).
7. It is important that you conduct a physical
inspection of the unit at least twice a year. It is
also recommended that the unit should be inspected
by a qualified service agent at least once per year.
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OPERATING YOUR UNIT
These units are equipped with an ignition device which
automatically lights the burners. Do not try to light the
burners by hand.
7. Wait 5 minutes to clear out any gas, then smell for
gas (including at the bottom of the unit near the ground).
If you smell gas, stop and follow the directions in
WHAT TO DO IF YOU SMELL GAS on page 1. If you
don’t smell gas, continue to next step.
Before operating, smell around furnace area for gas. Be
sure to smell near the unit base because some gas is heavier
than air and will settle to the lowest point. See WHAT TO DO
IF YOU SMELL GAS on page 1 if the odor of gas is present.
8. Turn the gas control knob, or slide the gas control
switch, to “ON”.
Use only your hand to slide the gas control switch; never
use tools. If the switch will not move by hand, don’t try to
repair it. Call a qualified service technician. Force or
attempted repair may result in a fire or explosion.
10. Turn on all electric power to the unit.
9. Replace the burner compartment access panel.
11. Set the thermostat to the desired setting.
12. If the unit will not operate, follow the instructions found
below in To Turn Off Gas to Unit and call your service
technician or gas supplier.
Lighting Instructions
1. STOP! Read the previous safety information.
2. Set the thermostat to the lowest setting.
3. Turn off all electric power to the unit.
4. Remove the burner compartment access panel.
5. This appliance is equipped with an automatic ignition
device. Do not try to light the burners by hand.
6. Turn the gas control knob, or slide the gas control
switch, to “OFF” (see Figure 1).
Gas Valves
Gas
Control
Knob
Operating Sequence
When the thermostat calls for heat, the vent motor will purge
the system for 30 seconds (nominal). When the prepurge
time has expired, the gas valve will open for direct ignition.
When burners are lit, the flame sensor will sense flame and
keep the gas valve open. If the flame sensor does not
sense that a flame has been established, it will shut off the
gas valve. The ignition system is designed to go through
three trials for ignition. If flame still has not been established
after the third trial, the system will go into lockout. After 1
hour, the system will try three more times.
If the system goes into lockout, it can be reset by turning
your thermostat down or off for 10 seconds and then back
to the desired point.
When the room thermostat is satisfied, the electrical circuit
to the gas valve is opened and the burners are shut off.
Shutting Down the Unit
To shut down the unit, set the thermostat to the “OFF” position.
To Turn Off Gas to Unit
1. Set the thermostat to the lowest setting.
Gas Control Switch
2. Turn off all electric power to the unit if service is to be
performed.
3. Remove the burner compartment access panel.
4. Turn the gas control knob, or slide the gas control
switch, to “OFF” (see Figure 1). Do not force.
5. Replace the burner compartment access panel.
Figure 1
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Temperature Control
There are many types and styles of thermostats. Yours
may look different from the one shown in Figure 2. However, almost all thermostats perform the same basic
functions described in the following section.
3. Be sure air can circulate freely throughout your home.
Do not block supply registers or return grilles with
furniture or rugs.
4. Keep surface of the outdoor coil free from dirt, lint,
paper, or leaves.
If your unit fails to operate, check the following:
Thermostat
Selector Switch
Fan Switch
FAN
O
80
50
N
TO
AU
60
70
1. Be sure the main switch that supplies power to the
unit is in the “ON” position.
2. Replace any burned-out fuses or reset circuit breakers.
3. Be sure the thermostat is properly set.
50
60
70
80
Room
Temperature
Cooling
&
Heating
Temperature
Setting
If the unit still does not start, call a qualified service technician.
Figure 2
Thermostat Operation
There are two switches located on the thermostat (see
Figure 2). One switch controls the heating and cooling
functions. The other switch is for “FAN” operation, either
continuous or automatic. On the thermostat is the
temperature range for the heating temperature and the
cooling temperature desired.
To put the system into operation, push the switch to either
“HEAT” or “COOL” position. After choosing the type of
operation, move the thermostat dial or lever to select the
temperature you would like the system to maintain.
Fan Operation
You may wish to increase your comfort by setting your
system for continuous air circulation of the indoor air. The
fan switch on the thermostat permits you to do this.
With the switch in the “ON” position the fan will operate
continuously. “AUTO” position gives fan operation only
when the unit is in either heating or cooling.
Unit Operation
If your unit is operating but fails to provide complete
comfort, check the following before calling for service:
1. Be sure the thermostat setting is correct.
2. Check to see if the filter is clean.
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If the burner does not ignite, contact a qualified service
technician for assistance.
MAINTENANCE OF YOUR UNIT
Should you observe unusual amounts of any of the following
conditions, it is important that you call your authorized dealer
at once to obtain a qualified service inspection:
WARNING
Always shut off all power to the unit before attempting
any of the following maintenance procedures. Failure
to do so may result in personal injury.
There are routine maintenance steps you should take to
keep your unit operating efficiently. This maintenance will
assure longer life, lower operating costs, and fewer service
calls. In addition to the maintenance procedures listed in
this manual, there are also other service and maintenance
procedures that require the skills of a service person who
has specialized tools and training. Personal injury can
result if you are not qualified to do this work. Please
call your dealer when service is needed.
Your unit is designed to give many years of efficient,
satisfactory service. However, the varied air pollutants
commonly found in most areas can affect longevity and
safety. Chemicals contained in everyday household items
such as laundry detergents, cleaning sprays, hair sprays,
deodorizers, and other products which produce airborne
residuals may have an adverse effect upon the metals
used to construct your appliance.
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•
•
Even if no unusual rust or other conditions are observed, it
is recommended that the unit be inspected and serviced
at least once per year by a qualified service technician.
Regular inspections and planned maintenance will assure
many years of economical performance from your unit.
Combustion and Ventilation Air
This unit requires air for combustion and ventilation to ensure
both proper and safe operation. Combustion air is brought
in through louvers near the top of the right side panel. Do
not block or obstruct these louvers.
WARNING
Adequate combustion and ventilation air must reach
the unit to provide for proper and safe operation. Air
openings must be kept free of obstructions. Do not
permit overhanging structures or shrubs to obstruct
condenser air discharge, combustion air inlet, or vent
outlet. Any obstruction may cause improper operation
that can result in a fire hazard or carbon monoxide
injury.
The cabinet of the unit can be cleaned with soap and water.
Grease spots can be removed with a household cleaning
agent.
It is important that you conduct periodic physical inspections
of your appliance, paying special attention to the gas burners
and the flue outlet. These components are located at the
front of the unit. A flashlight will be useful for these
inspections. Make one inspection prior to the beginning of
the heating season and another during the middle.
When inspecting the flue outlet, be sure to check for
evidence of black soot or blockage by leaves or other
debris. Clear any blockage that is found. If any soot is
found, a qualified service agency should be called should
be called immediately.
During your periodic inspections, check for obvious signs
of deterioration of the unit. Check that the return and
supply ducts attached to the unit are sound and airtight.
Check that the unit’s physical support and concrete slab
or roof curb is sound and not in need of repair. Make sure
there are no gaps between the roof curb and the unit where
rain could leak in. Snow or debris should not be allowed
to accumulate in or around the unit.
As part of your inspection, you should start the unit. The
vent motor should start and purge the system for 30
seconds. After the prepurge time, the burners should ignite.
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Coatings
Corrosion
Venting and Unit Support
Venting of this unit must comply with the unit Installation
Instructions. Be sure the installer has followed these
requirements. If not, you should request the installer to
comply as soon as possible.
Make sure the vent terminal is clear and free of any
obstruction. For proper venting terminations, see the
Installation Instructions furnished with the unit.
Check to see that the unit cabinet is sound and firmly
supported, without sagging. There should be no cracks or
gaps.
It is important that the outside area where the vent terminates
is kept clear of any obstructions which might block or impede
the venting of the unit. Screens in vent terminals should be
cleaned periodically. Should venting become blocked at
anytime, your unit is equipped with a special safety control
to prevent operation of the unit until the condition has been
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Contact your dealer if you desire more information about
this important safety feature.
Should any unusual conditions be observed during your
inspections, call an authorized service dealer immediately.
Return Air
All return air duct connections must be tight and sealed
to unit cabinet. Supply and return air registers must be
open when the unit is in operation. Obstructions must
not be allowed to block airflow in or out of the registers.
Filters
Air filters are to be used with this heating/cooling unit.
Filters are not factory supplied in the unit. However,
Outdoor Coil
Leaves and other large obstructions should be carefully
removed from the outdoor coil surfaces without damaging
the fin surface of the coil.
Lubrication
Lubrication of the bearings in the circulating air blower motor
and the combustion blower motor is not recommended.
Blower Assembly
Even with good filters properly in place, blower wheels
and motors will become dust laden after long months of
operation. The entire blower assembly should be inspected
annually. If the motor and wheel are heavily coated with
dust, they can be brushed and cleaned with a vacuum
cleaner.
Typical Flame Appearance
Minimum Required Surface Area
for Disposable Filters
Figure 3
Burner Flame
While the unit is in operation, observe the burner flames.
Compare these observations to Figure 3 to determine if
proper flame adjustment is present. If your observations
indicate improper flame adjustment, call your authorized
service dealer for service. Do not attempt to adjust
flame! Your service representative will perform this
adjustment correctly.
Table 1
the return air compartment includes provisions that allow
filters to be installed within the unit. Otherwise, a filter
must be installed in the duct work by the installer. Filters
must always be installed ahead of the evaporator coil and
must be kept clean or replaced. Dirty filters will reduce
the airflow of the unit. Filters should be sized in accordance
with Table 1.
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Rollout Switch
This unit is equipped with a manual reset high temperature
sensor or rollout switch. In the unlikely event of a sustained
burner flame rollout, the rollout switch will shut off the flow of
gas by closing the gas valve. The switch is located inside
the gas burner area. Flame rollout can be caused by
blockage of the power vent system, a blocked heat
exchanger, or improper gas pressure or adjustment. If this
event occurs, the unit will not operate properly. The gas
supply to the unit should be shut off and no attempt should
be made to place it in operation. The system should be
inspected by a qualified service technician.
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REPAIR PARTS
The following repair parts are available from your local
distributor. When ordering parts, include the complete
unit model number and serial number which are printed
on the rating plate located on the unit.
Owner Record
Model # _________________________________
Serial # _________________________________
Installation Date ___________________________
Gas Control Group
Manifold
Spark electrode
Burner
Flame sensor
Orifice
Ignition wire
Gas valve
Installed by:
Dealer __________________________________
Address _________________________________
Heat Exchanger Group
Heat exchanger
Flue cover
Telephone # ______________________________
Burner box
Blower Group
Blower assembly
Blower housing
Blower motor
Blower wheel
Capacitor
Blower cutoff
Inducer Group
Pressure switch
Inducer blower and motor
Electrical Group
Limit switch
Fan control board
Ignition control
Cooling Group
Compressor
Fan motor
Fan blade
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Transformer
Rollout switch
Coil
Drain pan
Contactor
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ALLIED AIR ENTERPRISES
EQUIPMENT LIMITED WARRANTY
APPLIES IN U.S.A. AND CANADA ONLY
FAILURE TO MAINTAIN YOUR EQUIPMENT WILL VOID THIS WARRANTY
COVERED EQUIPMENT
The following Allied Air Enterprises heating and cooling equipment is covered by the Limited Warranty,
Condensing Units: 2SCU13, 4SCU13, 4SCU14, 4SCU16, 4SCU18, 2AC13, 2AC14, 4AC13, 4AC14
Heat Pumps: 2SHP13, 4SHP13, 2SHP14, 4SHP14, 4SHP16, 4SHP18, 2HP13, 2HP14, 4HP13, 4HP14
Gas Furnaces: G1N80, G1D80, G2D80, G1D91, G1D93, G2D93, G2D95, FPBB, CG80, CG90, CG92, CG93, CG95
Oil Furnaces: LBR80, LBF80, LHF80, LUF80, LHR80, RLUF, RLBF, RLBR, RLBU, RLHF, RLHR
Electric Furnaces: EFC, EFV
Evaporator Coils: EC, EU, EH, EM
Air handlers: BCS2, RBCS2
Package Equipment: 2PCE13, 4PCE13, 4PCE15, 2PGE13, 4PGE13, 4PGE15, 2PHP13, 4PHP13, 4PHP15, 2SG13, 2SH13, 2SA13, RGE13, RPGE13, RHP13, RCE13, RPHP13, RPCE13
PARTS and COMPRESSOR COVERAGE
The covered equipment, parts and compressor are warranted by Allied Air for a period of five (5) years from the date of the original installation, when installed in a residential application (which includes homes,
duplexes, apartments and condominiums). For non-residential applications, the covered equipment and parts are warranted for a period of one (1) year and compressor is warranted for five (5) years from
the date of the original installation. If, during this period, a covered component fails because of a manufacturing defect, Allied Air will provide a free replacement part to the owner through a licensed service
contractor utilizing an Allied Air distributor. The purchaser must pay shipping charges and all other costs of warranty service. Allied Air will not pay labor involved in diagnostic calls or in removing, repairing,
servicing or replacing parts. Such cost may be covered by a separate warranty provided by the installer.
HEAT EXCHANGER EXTENDED COVERAGE
All covered heat exchangers are warranted by Allied Air for a period of twenty (20) years from the date of original installation, when installed in a residential application. Heat exchangers in all non-residential
applications are warranted for a period of ten (10) years.
Heat Exchanger Availability: If a replacement heat exchanger is no longer available for a unit covered by this Limited Warranty, Allied Air will allow a credit toward the purchase of an equivalent Allied Air furnace
(at the current suggested distributor’s cost).
NOTE: If the date of original installation cannot be verified, the warranty period will be deemed to begin ninety (90) days after the date of manufacture.
EXCLUDED COMPONENTS
The following components are expressly not covered by this Limited Warranty: cabinets, cabinet pieces, air filters, driers, refrigerant, refrigerant line sets, belts, wiring, fuses, oil nozzles, unit accessories
and any parts not affecting unit operation
CARE OF EQUIPMENT
All new Allied Air units must be properly installed, operated and maintained in accordance with the unit installation, operation and maintenance instructions provided with each Allied Air unit. Failure to maintain
the equipment per Allied Air instructions will void this Limited Warranty.
WARRANTY PROCEDURE
When service or warranty parts are required:
1. Call a local licensed service dealer or contractor.
2. If the installing dealer is unable to provide warranty service, check online at www.alliedair.com.
3. Be prepared to furnish the following information:
a. complete model and serial number;
b. proof of required periodic maintenance, installation date and location; and
c. an accurate description of the problem.
WARRANTY LIMITATIONS
1. This Limited Warranty is void if the covered equipment is removed from the original installation site.
2. This Limited Warranty does not cover damage or defect resulting from:
a. flood, wind, fire, lightning, mold, or installation and operation in a corrosive atmosphere, or otherwise in contact with corrosive materials (chorine, fluorine, salt, recycled waste water, urine, fertilizers,
or other damaging substances or chemicals); accident, or neglect or unreasonable use or operation of the equipment including operation of electrical equipment at voltages other than the range
specified on the unit nameplate (includes damages caused by brownouts);
b. modification, change or alteration of the equipment, except as directed in writing by Allied Air;
c. operation with system components (indoor unit, outdoor unit and refrigerant control devices) which are not an ARI match or meet the specifications recommended by Allied Air;
d. operation of furnaces with return air temperatures of less than 60ºF (16ºC) or operation of a furnace field installed downstream from a cooling coil; and
e. use of contaminated refrigerant or refrigerant not compatible with the unit.
The installation of replacement parts under the terms of this Limited Warranty does not extend the original warranty period.
Allied Air makes no express warranties other than the Limited Warranty specified above. All implied warranties, including the implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular
purpose, are excluded to the extent legally permissible. Should such exclusion or limitation of this Limited Warranty be unenforceable, such implied warranties are in any event limited to
a period of one (1) year. Liability for incidental and consequential damages is excluded. Some states do not allow limitation of incidental damages, so these limitations or exclusions may
not apply to you. Allied Air will not pay electricity or fuel costs, or increases in electricity or fuel costs, for any reason whatsoever, including additional or unusual use of supplemental electric
heat. This Limited Warranty does not cover lodging expenses or labor charges.
Allied Air shall not be liable for any default or delay in performance under this Limited Warranty caused by any contingency beyond its control.
This Limited Warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state.
NOTE TO CUSTOMER:
Please complete information below and retain this warranty for your records and future reference.
Outside Unit Model Number: ____________________________________________________ Serial Number: _______________________________________ Installed Date: __________________
Furnace / Air Handler: _________________________________________________________ Serial Number: _______________________________________ Installed Date: __________________
Indoor Coil Model Number: _____________________________________________________ Serial Number: _______________________________________ Installed Dare: __________________
Installing Company Name: ___________________________________________________________________________________ Phone: _______________________________________________
Installing Company Address: _____________________________________________________________ State/Province: _______________________________ Zip/Postal Code: _______________
215 Metropolitan Drive - West Columbia - SC - 29170
© 2008 Allied Air Enterprises
Litho U.S.A.
FORM W-2008-2 (9/25/2009)
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5-YEAR LIMITED EXTENDED PARTS WARRANTY
Allied Air Enterprises Inc. (“Allied Air”) provides its air conditioning and heating products with a Standard Limited Parts Warranty for five (5) years. This additional 5-Year
Limited Extended Parts Warranty is in addition to and is intended to supplement Allied Air’s Standard Limited Parts Warranty. As such, Allied Air provides for a total of 10years of limited warranty coverage (Standard Limited Parts Warranty plus additional 5-Year Limited Extended Parts Warranty).
This 5-Year Limited Extended Parts Warranty applies only to the original purchaser of the equipment and cannot be transferred. If during the coverage period, a covered
part fails because of a defect in materials or workmanship under normal use and maintenance, Allied Air will provide a free replacement part to the purchaser through a
licensed service contractor utilizing an authorized Allied Air distributor. The purchaser must pay shipping costs and all other costs of warranty service. Allied Air will not
pay labor involved in diagnostic calls or in removing, repairing, servicing or replacing parts.
EXTENDED COVERAGE PARTS/COMPRESSORS
Covered equipment and parts are warranted by Allied Air for a total of 10 YEARS (Standard Limited Parts Warranty) from installation, except as provided below
HEAT EXCHANGERS
Covered residential heating equipment’s heat exchanger is warranted by Allied Air for a LIMITED LIFETIME from date of original installation, except as provided below.
EXCLUDED COMPONENTS The following components are expressly not covered by this 5-Year Limited Extended Parts Warranty: cabinets, cabinet pieces, air filters, driers, refrigerant, refrigerant line
sets, belts, wiring, fuses, oil nozzles, unit accessories, R-22 compressors, and any parts not affecting unit operation.
REQUIREMENTS FOR EXTENDED COVERAGE1. The unit is an Armstrong Air, Air ease, Ducane, or Concord branded unit;
2. The unit is installed in a residential application, which is an owner-occupied single-family residence. No commercial applications are allowed;
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3. The unit is properly registered at www.alliedair.com with Allied Air within 60-days after the original date of installation or occupancy. To
register, follow the directions and complete the online warranty registration at www.alliedair.com. For customer inquiries, contact Allied Air
at 1-800-448-5872.
4. The unit is part of a complete ARI matched system and installed by a state certified or licensed contractor in accordance with the unit installation,
operation, and maintenance instructions provided with the unit.
5. Coils and air handlers are covered only when they are branded Armstrong, AirEase, Ducane, Concord or ADP and are purchased and newly installed as
a system along with a qualifying unit. Except for ADP-branded products, coverage of other third party coils and air handlers are specifically excluded from
this 5-Year Limited Extended Parts Warranty.
6. Installation of the unit takes place on or after October 3, 2008.
If this 5-Year Limited Extended Warranty does not apply, then parts are warranted under the Standard Limited Parts Warranty for a period of 5 YEARS and heat
exchangers for 20 YEARS. If the Standard Limited Parts Warranty periods differ from the original warranty certificate, the periods stated on the original warranty
certificate apply.
This 5-Year Llimited Extended Parts Warranty does not apply to, and no warranty is offered by Allied Air, on any unit ordered over the internet. Proof of purchase
may be required.
Any part replaced pursuant to this 5-Year Limited Extended Parts Warranty is warranted only for the unexpired portion of the limited extended warranty term remaining for
the original part. The installation of replacement parts under the terms of this 5-Year Limited Extended Parts Warranty does not extend the warranty period.
Steps for obtaining replacement parts under this 5-Year Limited Extended Parts Warranty:
If you suspect a defect in your equipment, please contact the installer of the unit to obtain assistance. If unsuccessful, please contact an Allied Air dealer
or distributor in your area. If unable to obtain local assistance, refer to Allied Air’s website (www.alliedair.com) or contact Allied Air at 800-448-5872.
Allied Air is specifically not responsible for:
1. Damage or repairs required as a result of flood, fire, wind, lightening strike (to the home or unit), corrosive atmosphere, contact with corrosive material (chlorine, fluorine,
salt, recycled waste water, fertilizers or other damaging substances) or other conditions beyond the control of Allied Air;
2. Use of parts, accessories, or refrigerant not compatible with the unit;
3. Modification, change or alteration of the unit, except as expressly directed in writing by Allied Air;
4. Improper use, accident, neglect or unreasonable use or operation of the unit, including operation of electrical equipment at voltages other than the range specified on
the unit
nameplate;
5. Operation with system parts (indoor unit, outdoor unit and refrigerant control devices) which are not ARI matched or do not meet the specifications recommended by
Allied Air;
6. Damage or repairs required as a consequence of faulty or installation or application;
7. Normal maintenance as described in the installation and operating manual, such as cleaning of coils, filter cleaning and/or replacement and lubrication; and
8. Changes in the appearance or sound of the unit that do not affect its performance.
This 5-Year Limited Extended Parts Warranty is an extension of Allied Air’s Standard Limited Parts Warranty. ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR
FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ON THIS PRODUCT IS LIMITED IN DURATION TO THE TERM OF THIS LIMITED EXTENDED WARRANTY. Some states and
provinces do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts, so the above limitation may not apply to you.
ALLIED AIR SHALL IN NO EVENT BE LIABLE FOR INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO EXTRA UTILITY EXPENSES
OR DAMAGES TO PROPERTY. Some states and provinces do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitation or
exclusion may not apply to you
The parties intend this writing as a final expression of their agreement with respect to warranties. Allied Air makes no other warranty beyond that which is
expressly contained in this writing.
Allied Air shall not be liable for any default or delay in performance under this warranty caused by any contingency beyond its control, including the unavailability of
replacement parts.
This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights that vary from state to state or province to province.
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