Haier HB3600VC1M25 Installation & Operation Manual

10 to 12 seer 3 to 5 tons.
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Models:
HB3600VC1M25 HB4200VA1M25
HB4800VA1M25
WHEN THIS APPLIANCE IS INSTALLED IN AN ENCLOSED AREA, SUCH AS
A GARAGE OR UTILITY ROOM, WITH ANY CARBON MONOXIDE PRODUCING
DEVICES (i.e. AUTOMOBILE, SPACE HEATER, WATER HEATER,ETC.) INSURE
THAT THE ENCLOSED AREA IS PROPERLY VENTILATED.
CARBON MONOXIDE (REFERED TO AS CO) CAN CAUSE PERSONAL INJURY
OR DEATH
FAILURE TO FOLLOW THESE INSTRUCTIONS, LOCAL CODES OR NATIONAL
CODES MAY CAUSE FIRE, EXPLOSION, ELECTRICAL SHOCK, PERSONAL
INJURY OR PROPERTY DAMAGE.
FOLLOW ALL LOCAL CODES. IN THE ABSENCE OF LOCAL CODES REFER TO :
READ THESE INSTRUCTIONS COMPLETELY BEFORE ATTEMPTING TO INSTALL
OR SERVICE THIS APPLIANCE.
ONLY FACTORY AUTHORIZED KITS OR ACCESSORIES SHOULD BE USED WHEN
INSTALLING OR MODIFYING THIS APPLIANCE, UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED IN
THESE INSTRUCTIONS.
SOME LOCALITIES MAY REQUIRE THE INSTALLER/SERVICER TO BE LICENSED.
IF IN DOUBT CONTACT YOUR LOCAL AUTHORITIES.
These instructions should be retained and kept adjacent to the unit for future reference.
MODEL # HB
MODEL # HB
INSTALLATION DATE
The information contained in this booklet is subject to change without notice.
No. 0010575351
E
10 to 12 SEER 3 to 5 Tons
HB6000VA1M25 HB6000VC1M25
WARNING
WARNING
WARNING
NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE NFPA 70
NFPA 90A & 90B
UNIFORM MECHANICAL CODE
00VA1M25
00VC1M25

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  • Page 1

    10 to 12 SEER 3 to 5 Tons Models: HB3600VC1M25 HB4200VA1M25 HB4800VA1M25 WHEN THIS APPLIANCE IS INSTALLED IN AN ENCLOSED AREA, SUCH AS A GARAGE OR UTILITY ROOM, WITH ANY CARBON MONOXIDE PRODUCING DEVICES (i.e. AUTOMOBILE, SPACE HEATER, WATER HEATER,ETC.) INSURE THAT THE ENCLOSED AREA IS PROPERLY VENTILATED.

  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    TOPIC General Physical dimensions Replacement Parts Source Installation Requirements Air Flow Orientation Horizontal Left-Hand Instructions Downflow Instructions Refrigerant Tubing Condensate Removal Electrical Connections Thermostat Wiring Orifice Change Circulating Air Duct Blower Performance Start-up Regular Maintenance Model Number Explanation The United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has issued various regulations regarding the introduction and disposal of refrigerants introduced into this unit.Failure to follow these regulations may harm the environment and can lead to the imposition of substantial fines.

  • Page 3: Physical Dimensions

    2.4" [ 6 cm] 1.2" [ 3 cm] INLET FRONT VIEW PRIMARY & SECONDARY CONDENSATE DRAINS- UPFLOW 3/4" NPT-FEMALE For: HB3600VC1M25 53.3 22.1 23.5 [135.5cm] [56.1cm] [59.8cm] [64.0cm] [23cm] [21.2cm] [12cm] [56.5cm] [50.4cm] [9.05cm] For: HB42-6000VA1M25 HB6000VC1M25 59.4 22.1 23.5 [151cm] [56.1cm] [59.8cm] [64.0cm] [23cm] [21.2cm] [12cm] [56.5cm] [50.4cm] [9.05cm]...

  • Page 4: Replacement Parts Source, Installation Requirements

    REPLACEMENT PARTS SOURCE Replacement parts are available through local distributors.When ordering replacement parts, give the COMPLETE model and serial numbers shown on the rating plate. INSTALLATION REQUIREMENTS Before installing this appliance insure that it is properly sized and adequate power is available. This appliance can be installed in the vertical or right horizontal position without modification.

  • Page 5: Air Flow Orientation

    AIR FLOW ORIENTATION Downflow discharge (with plastic vertical pan only) (see page 7) *Upflow Discharge *Air Handler is factory ready for Upflow & Horizontal Right Discharge Application as shown. *Horizontal Right Discharge Tube and Drain conn. front Horizontal Left Discharge Tube and Drain conn.

  • Page 6: Horizontal Left-hand Instructions

    HORIZONTAL LEFT-HAND INSTRUCTIONS Important: Read instructions below carefully. 1) With Airhandler in the vertical position, remove all three access panels. 2) Remove J-shape metal bracket. Slide out from the Airhandler cavity the "A" coil pan assembly with horizontal drain pan on the right side. Remove oval gasket from horizontal pan drain and also remove the plastic drain cover from the lower left access panel.

  • Page 7: Downflow Instructions

    Important: Read instructions below carefully 1.Before putting the Air Handler in the downflow position, remove the three access panels and remove the metal coil retaining bracket and filter close off. Then remove the horizontal and vertical drain pans. The horizontal pan is not required for downfolw application 2.After removing the coil, turn the Air Handler to the downflow position and relocate the (8) brackets...

  • Page 8: Refrigerant Tubing, Condensate Removal

    REFRIGERANT TUBING Refrigerant tubing should be installed as to avoid undue stress. They must be supported or routed to avoid strain or vibration. To avoid damage that can be caused by condensate, insulate the suction tube with a closed cell insulation with the seams sealed. The insulation should terminate at the tubing entrance to the air handler.

  • Page 9: Electrical Connections

    HB4200VA1M25 -------- HB4800VA1M25 -------- HB6000VA1M25 -------- Model HB3600VC1M25 -------- HB6000VC1M25 -------- A MEANS OF STRAIN RELIEF MUST BE INSTALLED TO THIS APPLIANCE AT THE ELECTRICAL SERVICE ENTRANCE. When an optional electric heat kit is installed refer to the electrical requirements for that kit.

  • Page 10: Thermostat Wiring

    THERMOSTAT WIRING For Thermostat Control Environment-temperature and Air Conditioning open/stop, the wiring diagram as shown diagram 1. Thermostat can be mechanical type or programmable type. Note: Thermostat C : COM. R : AC24V Y : COMPRESSOR G : FAN O : 4 -WAY VALUE For detailed Thermostat, please connect corresponding terminal according to above control specification.

  • Page 11

    For Thermostat Control Environment-temperature and Air Conditioning open/stop, the wiring diagram as shown diagram 4. Thermostat can be mechanical type or programmable type. Note: Thermostat C: COM. R : AC24V Y : COMPRESSOR G : FAN For detailed Thermostat, please connect corresponding terminal according to above control specification.

  • Page 12: Orifice Change, Circulating Air Duct

    ORIFICE CHANGE The restrictor (orifice) included in this unit match the comparable capacity of the outdoor unit. If the indoor unit is greater in capacity than the outdoor condenser, the orifice must be changed to match the outdoor unit capacity. The restrictor (orifice) should be replaced before any tubing connections are made.

  • Page 13: Blower Performance

    HB4800VA1M25 Middle HB6000VA1M25 Static Pressure Model HB3600VC1M25 HB6000VC1M25 The air delivery can be varied by changing the blower speeds. This can allow for differences encountered in installations. The CFM can be checked by the following method; (The optional Heat Kit must be installed to continue with this procedure.) 1) All access panels must be in place.

  • Page 14: Start-up, Regular Maintenance

    START-UP Prior to initial start-up insure that all electrical connections are properly sized and tightened. All panels must be in place and secured. Tubing should be leak free. Unit should be elevated, trapped and pitched to allow for drainage. Low voltage wiring is connected. Auxiliary drain is installed, when necessary, and pitched to allow for drainage.

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