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American Standard UY060R9V3W Series Installer's Manual

Upflow / horizontal and downflow / horizontal, gas-fired, direct vent, 2-stage condensing furnaces with variable speed inducer.
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ALL phases of this installation must comply with NATIONAL, STATE AND LOCAL CODES
IMPORTANT — This Document is customer property and is to remain with this unit.
*UY-R9V-V
UPFLOW/HORIZONTAL
Installer's Guide
Upflow / Horizontal and Downflow / Horizontal,
Gas-Fired, Direct Vent, 2-Stage Condensing
Furnaces with Variable Speed Inducer
*UY060R9V3W
*UY080R9V3W
*__First letter may be "A" or "T"
Please return to service information pack upon completion of work.
UPFLOW
*UY100R9V4W
*DY060R9V3W
*UY120R9V5W
*DY080R9V3W
*DY-R9V-V
DOWNFLOW/HORIZONTAL
1 8 - CD2 0 D3 - 1 8
*DY100R9V4W
*DY120R9V5W
DOWNFLOW
A341624P04

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  • Page 1 1 8 - CD2 0 D3 - 1 8 Installer’s Guide Upflow / Horizontal and Downflow / Horizontal, Gas-Fired, Direct Vent, 2-Stage Condensing Furnaces with Variable Speed Inducer *UY060R9V3W *UY100R9V4W *DY060R9V3W *DY100R9V4W *UY080R9V3W *UY120R9V5W *DY080R9V3W *DY120R9V5W *__First letter may be “A” or “T” ALL phases of this installation must comply with NATIONAL, STATE AND LOCAL CODES IMPORTANT —...
  • Page 2 It is also used to alert against unsafe practices which may cause rapid deterioration of the heat exchanger. and hazards involving only property damage. 18-CD20D3-18 © 2004 American Standard Inc. All Rights Reserved...
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Installer’s Guide GENERAL INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS Contents The manufacturer assumes no responsibility for equipment installed in violation of any code or regulation. It is recommended that Manual J of the Air Conditioning Installation Instructions Contractors Association (ACCA) or A.R.I. 230 be followed in estimating heating requirements.
  • Page 4 Installer’s Guide 18-CD20D3-18...
  • Page 5 Installer’s Guide 18-CD20D3-18...
  • Page 6: Upflow Installation

    Installer’s Guide HORIZONTAL INSTALLATION UPFLOW INSTALLATION The coil and furnace must be fully supported when used in Standoffs and screws (See Figure 1) are included with the the horizontal position. It is always recommended that an cased coils for attachment to the furnace. There are clearance auxiliary drain pan be installed under a horizontally in- alignment holes near the bottom of the coil wrapper.
  • Page 7: Air For Combustion And Ventilation

    Installer’s Guide Unconfined space is defined in Figure 6. These spaces may have adequate air by infiltration to provide air for combus- tion and ventilation. Buildings with tight construction (for example, weather stripping, heavily insulated, caulked, vapor 50 CU. FT. OR MORE barrier, etc.), may need additional air to be provided as described for confined space.
  • Page 8: Outline Drawing

    Installer’s Guide DUCT CONNECTIONS Air duct systems should be installed in accordance with standards for air conditioning systems, National Fire Protec- tion Association Pamphlet No. 90. They should be sized in accordance with ACCA Manual D or whichever is applicable. Central furnaces, when used in connection with cooling units, shall be installed in parallel or on the upstream side of the cooling coil to avoid condensation in the heat exchanger.
  • Page 9: Outline Drawing

    Installer’s Guide Remove the filter and lay the furnace on its back. Remove The upflow furnace blower door has a hinge at the bottom the two 1/4" hex screws securing the bottom front channel which allows the door to tilt forward for filter replacement to the cabinet.
  • Page 10 Installer’s Guide the blower deck and the lower pin/screw rests against the side of the bottom panel. See Figures 15-19. f. Reinstall the furnace filter on the side inserting the chamfer end first. BOTTOM ENGAGEMENT Blower Deck Filter Rack Engagement Retaining Hole Furnace...
  • Page 11 Installer’s Guide BLOWER DOOR / HINGE REMOVAL If clearance or other problems create a problem in using the tilting door, the blower door hinge may be removed without creating any problems with the seal of the furnace. To remove the blower door, tilt the door forward 2 to 3 inches and pull up.
  • Page 12 Installer’s Guide INSTALLING THE FILTER TABLE 4 The filter may need to be cut to fit the unit depending on the MODELS CABINET FILTER location of the return air filter. NUMBERS WIDTH QTY & SIZE A score line and the words “CUT HERE” are located on the *DY060R9V3 17-1/2"...
  • Page 13: General Venting Information

    Installer’s Guide GENERAL VENTING INFORMATION THIS FURNACE MUST BE VENTED TO THE OUTDOORS. If improper venting is observed during any of the above tests, the remaining common venting system must be corrected. THESE FURNACES ARE INDUCED DRAFT VENTED Correction could require rerouting or resizing the remaining AND MUST NOT BE CONNECTED TO ANY VENT vent system.
  • Page 14 Installer’s Guide IMPORTANT: These furnaces may be installed as Direct Vent (sealed combustion) or as Nondirect vent (single pipe). The furnaces are shipped DIRECT VENT with sealed combustion. For DIRECT VENT APPLICATION: The furnaces must be vented to the exterior of the house and combustion air MUST come through the inlet air pipe FROM OUTSIDE AIR.
  • Page 15 Installer’s Guide TABLE 7 PVC VENT FITTING MATERIAL These fittings are available from your Gas Furnace Distributors. PLASTIC PIPE DESIGNATIONS ASTM STANDARD PIPE TYPE ALLOWABLE TEMPERATURE MARKING F891 CELLULAR CORE *158 ASTM F891 D2665 DWV PIPE **158 ASTM D2665 D1785 SCH 40, 80, 120 **158 ASTM D1785...
  • Page 16: High Altitude Derate

    Installer’s Guide Connection of the pipe and collar of the combustion air inlet VENT AND INLET AIR CONNECTIONS should just be a friction fit. It is recommended that the inlet Seal VENT PIPE air joint be sealed with RTV type sealant to allow the joint to with RTV sealant be separated for possible future service.
  • Page 17 Installer’s Guide TABLE 8 The Vent Length Table on page 16 shows the required vent lengths for installations at various altitudes. An optional PART NUMBERS FOR REPLACEMENT ORIFICES high altitude kit is available for installations above 5000 feet DRILL PART DRILL PART (Installations above 12,000 feet are not allowed).
  • Page 18: Cd20d3

    Installer’s Guide HORIZONTAL VENTING THROUGH WALL PITCH – Venting through the wall must maintain 1/4" per These furnaces may be installed as direct vent (as foot pitched upward to insure that condensate drains back to shipped) or as nondirect vent. Installation must the furnace.
  • Page 19 Installer’s Guide ANCHORS (4 req.) VENT PLATE VENT 3.2" 12" MINIMUM TO OVERHANG COMBUSTION SCREWS (4 req.) VENT VENT MAINTAIN 12" (18" FOR CANADA) MINIMUM CLEARANCE ABOVE HIGHEST ANTICIPATED SNOW LEVEL OR GRADE WHICHEVER IS GREATER BAYVENT100A (Sidewall) BAYVENT200A/B HORIZONTAL VENT CLEARANCES (See clearance tables on page 20) INSIDE CORNER DETAIL...
  • Page 20 Installer’s Guide Non-Direct Vent Terminal Clearances Canadian Installations US Installations Clearance above grade, veranda, porch, deck, 12 inches (30 cm) 12 inches (30 cm) or balcony 6 inches (15 cm) for appliances =/< 10,000 Btuh (3 kw), 12 inches (30 cm) for appliances > 10,000 Btuh (3 kw) 4 feet (1.2m) below or to the side of opening;...
  • Page 21 Installer’s Guide NOTE: VENT AND INLET MUST BE SUPPORTED AT A MAXIMUM OF 3' INTERVALS STRAPS OR OTHER SUITABLE SUPPORTS AT A MAXIMUM OF 3' 0" INTERVALS BAYVENT100A COMBUSTION STRAP (FIELD SUPPLIED) RAIN VENT VENT 1" MAX. ELBOW COMBUSTION AIR (FIELD SUPPLIED) REDUCING...
  • Page 22: Venting Through The Roof

    Installer’s Guide VENTING THROUGH THE ROOF SUPPORT HORIZONTAL PIPE EVERY 3' When penetrating roof with a 2" PVC vent 0" WITH THE FIRST SUPPORT AS CLOSE pipe, a 2" electrical conduit flashing may be TO THE FURNACE AS POSSIBLE. used for a weather tight seal. Lubricate INDUCED DRAFT BLOWER, HOUSING, flexible seal on flashing before PVC pipe is AND FURNACE MUST NOT SUPPORT...
  • Page 23: Venting Routed Through A Masonry Chimney

    Installer’s Guide VENT FITTING MATERIAL – STAINLESS STEEL Gas and liquid tight single wall metal vent fitting, designed for resistance to corrosive flue condensate such as Type 29-4C MUST be used throughout. These fittings and fitting accessories are to be supplied locally.
  • Page 24: Electrical Connections

    Installer’s Guide ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS Electrical Code, if an external electrical source is utilized. Make wiring connections to the unit as indicated on enclosed The integrated furnace control is polarity sensitive. wiring diagram. As with all gas appliances using electrical The hot leg of the 120V power supply must be connected to power, this furnace shall be connected into a permanently the black power lead as indicated on the wiring diagram.
  • Page 25 Installer’s Guide FIELD WIRING DIAGRAM FOR VARIABLE SPEED 2 STAGE FURNACE 1 STAGE HEATING, 1 STAGE COOLING USING A 1 STAGE HEATING, 1 STAGE COOLING THERMOSTAT (OUTDOOR SECTION WITHOUT TRANSFORMER) W14 JUMPER SEE NOTE 9 OUTDOOR UNIT (NO TRANSFORMER) Y1/Ylo NOTE 7 FIELD ADDED JUMPER W1 TO W2.
  • Page 26: Field Wiring Diagrams

    Installer’s Guide FIELD WIRING DIAGRAM FOR VARIABLE SPEED 2 STAGE FURNACE 2 STAGE HEATING, 2 STAGE COOLING (OUTDOOR SECTION WITHOUT TRANSFORMER) OUTDOOR UNIT NO. 1 (NO TRANSFORMER) SEE NOTE 3 NOTE 7 OUTDOOR UNIT NO. 2 (NO TRANSFORMER) TO 115 V 1 PH., 60 HZ., POWER SUPPLY PER LOCAL CODES...
  • Page 27 Installer’s Guide NOTE: Use 1/2" size PVC pipe and fittings throughout for drain connections (fittings, pipe and PVC solvent cement not provided). NOTE: A corrosion resistant condensate pump must be used if a pump is required for a specific drain system. IMPORTANT: The condensate drain should be installed with provisions to prevent winter freeze-up of the condensate drain line.
  • Page 28: Gas Piping

    Installer’s Guide AUTOMATIC GAS VALVE AUTOMATIC GAS VALVE MAIN MANUAL WITH MANUAL SHUT-OFF WITH MANUAL SHUT-OFF SHUT-OFF VALVE MAIN MANUAL SHUT-OFF VALVE GROUND UNION GROUND JOINT UNION JOINT DRIP DRIP UPFLOW MAY BE LEFT OR RIGHT HAND GAS PIPING THE DOWNFLOW (VERTICAL) MAY BE INSTALLED LEFT OR RIGHT SIDE GAS PIPING MAIN MANUAL GROUND UNION JOINT AUTOMATIC GAS VALVE...
  • Page 29: Combustion And Input Check

    Installer’s Guide GAS PIPING 5. Use the following factors if necessary: The upflow/horizontal furnace is shipped standard for left For 1 Cu. Ft. Dial Gas Flow CFH = side installation of gas piping. A knockout is provided on the Chart Flow Reading ÷ 2 right side for an alternate gas piping arrangement.
  • Page 30 Installer’s Guide f. For the White-Rodgers gas valve model 36G: White-Rodgers 36G 1. Adjust low fire by removing the low adjustment 2nd Stage (HI) regulator cover screw (See Figure 46). Manifold Pressure 2. To increase outlet pressure, turn the regulator Adjustment adjust screw clockwise.
  • Page 31: Start-up And Adjustment

    Installer’s Guide ▲ CAUTION Return all tubing, caps, and/or plugs to original positions when pressure checks are completed. TABLE 13 REINSTALLATION OF THE BURNER BOX COVER Figure 47 shows the correct way to reinstall the burner box GAS FLOW IN CUBIC FEET PER HOUR cover if adjustment or replacement of the flame sensor, hot 2 CUBIC FOOT DIAL surface igniter, or main burner orifices have required re-...
  • Page 32: Sequence Of Operation

    Installer’s Guide Turn on the main electrical supply and set the thermostat Thermostat call for heat (1-stage Thermostat) above the indicated temperature. The ignitor will automati- W1/W2 (jumpered) thermostat contacts close signaling a call cally heat, then the gas valve is energized to permit the flow for heat.
  • Page 33: Abnormal Conditions

    Installer’s Guide The following table and graph explain the delay-off settings: BURNER BOX TEMPERATURE LIMIT DEVICE All models are equipped with a manual reset temperature COOLING OFF - DELAY OPTIONS limit located on the burner box. In case of excessive tempera- ture, the limit will open and cause the circuit to open which NOMINAL SWITCH SETTINGS...
  • Page 34 Installer’s Guide 7. RESET AFTER LOCKOUT 8. RESET AFTER BURNER BOX LIMIT SHUTDOWN When the integrated control module has shut the system If the furnace shuts down, one thing that can be checked down and gone into lockout, the system must be manu- is the burner box temperature limit switch.
  • Page 35: Ifc Error Flash Codes

    IFC ERROR FLASH CODES Installer’s Guide INTEGRATED FURNACE CONTROL RED LED "ERROR" FLASH CODES 2 Flashes --- System Lockout (Retries or Recycles exceeded) Draft Pressure Error - Possible problems: a) Venting problem 3 Flashes --- b) Pressure switch problem c) Inducer problem 4 Flashes --- Open Temperature Limit Switch 5 Flashes ---...
  • Page 36 American Standard Inc. 12/04 6200 Troup Highway Tyler, TX 75707 Since the manufacturer has a policy of continuous product and product data improvement, it reserves the right to For more information contact your local dealer (distributor) change design and specifications without notice.

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