Haier HB6000VD1M22-EP Installation & Operation Manual

13 seer 2, 3, 4, 5 ton.
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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. 0010578632A
13 SEER
WARNING
WARNING
WARNING
NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE NFPA 70
NFPA 90A & 90B
UNIFORM MECHANICAL CODE
M20
HB
V20
HB
2 3 4 5 Ton
M22
V22

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  • Page 1

    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.

  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    These regulations may vary due to the passage of new laws, it is recommended that any work on this unit be done so by a certified technician. Should questions arise contact the local EPA office.

  • Page 3: Physical Dimensions

    [ 6 cm] [2.54 cm] INLET RIGHT SIDE VIEW 1.2" [3 cm] INLET FRONT VIEW PRIMARY & SECONDARY CONDENSATE DRAINS- UPFLOW 3/4" NPT-FEMALE 46.7 18.3 19.7 14.5 11.9 17.1 19.8 [118.7cm] [55.9cm] [46.4cm] [50.0cm] [25.4cm] [36.8cm] [30.3cm] [43.5cm] [50.3cm] [8.6cm]...

  • Page 4

    3 Ton PHYSICAL DIMENSIONS INLET BOTTOM SIDE VIEW PLASTIC BREAKER COVER ELECTRICAL POWER SUPPLY SUCTION LINE LIQUID LINE LOW VOLT SUPPLY OUTLET TOP SIDE VIEW ELECTRICAL POWER SUPPLY...

  • Page 5

    4,5 Ton PHYSICAL DIMENSIONS INLET BOTTOM SIDE VIEW PLASTIC BREAKER COVER ELECTRICAL POWER SUPPLY SUCTION LINE LIQUID LINE LOW VOLT SUPPLY LOW VOLT SUPPLY OUTLET TOP SIDE VIEW ELECTRICAL POWER SUPPLY...

  • Page 6: Replacement Parts Source, Installation Requirements

    This secondary drain pan is required in the event that there is a leak or main drain blockage. Closed cell insulation should be applied to the drain lines in unconditioned spaces where sweating may occur.

  • Page 7: Air Flow Orientation

    ( donut shape ) drain pan. *Upflow Discharge *Air Handler is factory ready for Upflow & Horizontal Right Discharge Application for 3*4*5 as shown. *Air Handler is factory ready for Upflow & Horizontal Left Discharge Application for 2 as shown.

  • Page 8: Horizontal Left-hand Instructions

    Fig.1 WARNING: If incorrect knockouts are removed, flooding will occur. 5) Reinstall in the Airhandler, the "A" coil pan assembly with the horizontal drain pan on the left-hand side. Note: Push the assembly completely to the rear of the cavity and assure it slips into channel bracket at the rear of the cavity.

  • Page 9: Refrigerant Tubing, Condensate Removal

    TRAP MUST BE INSTALLED IN THE DRAIN LINE(S) TO ALLOW FOR PROPER CONDENSATE DISPOSAL. The condensate trap must not be the "running" type, or "R" type. A "P " trap is required. The total workable height of this trap, in inches, must exceed the total negative pressure, in inches of water, as measured in the return duct.

  • Page 10: Electrical Connections

    The required electrical power supply information is located on the series and rating plate on the exterior of the unit. Wiring selection must be in accordance with local codes, or in absence of local code, the National Electrical Code. A disconnect means should be installed within sight of the unit, when required by code.

  • Page 11: 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. THERMOSTAT R : AC24V Y : COMPRESSOR G : FAN...

  • Page 12

    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. TERMOSTAT R : AC24V Y : COMPRESSOR G : FAN For detailed Thermostat, please connect...

  • Page 13: Orifice Change, Circulating Air Duct

    THIS COIL IS SHIPPED UNDER PRESSURE. FOLLOW THESE INSTRUCTIONS TO PREVENT INJURY: 1) Remove the 1/4 nut on the liquid line and press the chip of the check valve. No pressure loss indicates po 2) Remove the 13/16 nut .

  • Page 14: Blower Performance

    BLOWER PERFORMANCE CFM versus Static Pressure (inches of water column dry coil w/ filter) 4% reduction for wet coil. Static Pressure 0.15 0.25 0.35 Model High 2 Ton Middle High ------ 1240 1208 1177 1148 1121 1091 1061 3 Ton...

  • Page 15: Start-up, Regular Maintenance

    DISCONNECT ALL POWER SUPPLIES BEFORE PERFORMING ANY SERVICE. The only item to be maintained on a regular basis by the user is to insure that the circulating air filter(s) is cleaned or replaced. It is recommended that a return air filter grille be installed.

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