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Fujitsu ASU9CQ Operating Manual

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OPERATING MANUAL
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FUJITSU GENERAL LIMITED

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  • Page 1 MANUAL DE FUNCIONAMIENTO HalcyOii),­ < PCJWER1OCALMmeWIID. nil! :> i;;io/l HEAT&COQLING MODEL ~~==:;;;;;;;~~=---,7 (REVERSE CYCLE) ROOM AIR CONDITIONER _1"""\= WALL MOUNTED TYPE Indoor Unit ASU9CQ ASU12CQ Outdoor Unit AOU9CQ AOU12CQ KEEP THIS OPERATION MANUAL FOR FUTURE REFERENCE FUJITSU GENERAL LIMITED PjN9314969010-01...
  • Page 2 Fig. 1 Fig. 6 12.4>---HQ. ""ctn;t""---' .. Ii!,; 8B'F +-----!351 HEAT QUIET Fig. 8 This figure shows the contro'l display when all indicator lamps are on. It may differ from actual di,splay.
  • Page 3 11---------, Fig. 1 Indoor Unit Fig. 6 Remote Control Unit MASTER CONTROL button Operating Control Panel (Fig. 2, @> SET TEMP. SET TIME buttons (±)/8) AIR CLEANER RESET MANUAL AUTO <p Signal Transmitter button TIMER button • Intake grill opening mechanism. @ FAN CONTROL button •...
  • Page 4 FEATURES AND FUNCTIONS (~S_U_P_E_R_Q_U_IE_T_O_P_E_R_A_TI_O_N (_SL_E_Ep_T_IM_E_R____________ _ _ _ _ When SLEEP is selected be pressing TIMER button during When the FAN CONTROL button is used to select QUIET, Heating mode, the air conditioner's thermostat setting is the unit begins super-quiet operation; the indoor unit's air ­ gradually lowered during the period of operation;...
  • Page 5 PREPARATION ~~_u_r_n_o_n &CAUTIONI _ _ t_h_e_p_o_vv_e_r _ _____________________________ • Take care to prevent infants from accidentally swallowing batteries. In the case of a direct line connection, turn on the circuit • When not using the remote control unit breaker.
  • Page 6 OPERATION To Select Mode Operation Press the START / STOP button (Fig.6 @). ®) The indoor unit's OPERATION indicator lamp (red) (Fig. 3 will light. The air conditioner will start operating. Press the MASTER CONTROL button (Fig.6 @») to se ­ lect the desired mode.
  • Page 7 OPERATION About Mode Operation AUTO: • Depending on the room temperature at the time operation begins, the During Cooling/Dry mode: operating mode will be switched automatically as shown in the Set the thermostat to a temperature set ­ accompanying table. ting that is lower than the current room Also, depending on the operating mode, the room temperature set ­...
  • Page 8 AIR CLEANING OPERATION If you wish to eliminate dirt,dust,cigarette smoke, pollen, or just simply purify the air of the room, use the Air Cleaning Mode. Press the START/STOP button (Fig. 6 @). The operation indicator lamp will light up (red, as shown in the figurel. the unit is already in operation, please proceed to step 2.) Press the AIR CLEAN button (Fig.
  • Page 9 TIMER OPERATION Before using the timer function, be sure that the Remote Control Unit is set to the correct current time, see page 4. ( To Use the ON timer or OFF timer [To Cancel the TImer Press the START / STOP button (Fig. 6 Use the TIMER button to select "TIMER RESET."...
  • Page 10 StEEP TIMER OPERATION Unlike other timer functions; the SLEEP timer is used to set the length of time until air conditioner operation is stopped. To Use the SLEEP Timer While the air conditioner is operating or stopped, To Cancel the Tamer: Use the TIMER button to select "TIMER ®).
  • Page 11 ADJUSTING THE DIRECTION OF AIR CIRCULATION Vertical (up-down) direction of airflow is adjusted by pressing the Remote Control Unit's SET button. Horizontal (right-left) airflow direction is adjusted manually, by moving the Air Flow Direction Louvers. Whenever making horizontal airflow adjustments, start air conditioner operation and be sure that the vertical air direction louvers are stopped.
  • Page 12 SWING OPERATION Begin air conditioner operation before performing this procedure. [ To select SWING Operation Press the SWING button (Fig. 6 The SWING indicator lamp (orange) (Fig. 3 @) will light. In this mode, the Air Flow Direction Louvers will swing automatically to direct the air flow both up and down.
  • Page 13 CLEANING AND CARE Before cleaning the plasma filter unit, be sure to turn off the power supply to the air conditioner. WARNING! Electric shock may result. • Make sure the plasma filter unit is properly mounted before cleaning or performing other tasks CAUTION! on it.
  • Page 14 CLEANING THE PLASMA AIR CLEANING FILTER Before cleaning the plasma filter unit, be sure to turn off the power supply to the air conditioner. WARNING! Electric shock may result . • Make sure the plasma filter unit is properly mounted before cleaning or performing other tasks CAUTION! on it.
  • Page 15 ( .Cleaning the dust collection unit 4. Install the unit. 5. Install the air filter. (The above figure is only for reference, so the intake grille • Please consult instructions for cleaning the air filter is not included.) on page 12. 6.
  • Page 16 How to install or remove the Air­ Air-cleaning and Deodorizing filter cleaning and Deodorizing filter maintenance 1. Remove the dust-collecting unit. As well as ensuring the maintenance of the dust collecting unit, please also take care of the filter. • Please consult steps 1 and 2 of cleaning the dust­ (Please carry out maintenance on the filter every 6 months.) collecting unit on page 13.
  • Page 17 TROUBLESHOOTING In the event of a malfunction (burning smell, etc.), immediately stop operation, disconnect the WARNINGI Power Supply Plug, and consult authorized service personnel. Merely turning off the unit's power switch will not completely disconnect the unit from the power source. Always be sure to disconnect the Power Supply Plug or turn off your circuit breaker to ensure that power is completely off.
  • Page 18 TROUBLESHOOTING See Page Symptom Items to check CHECK ONCE Doesn't operate at all: • Is the Power Supply Plug disconnected its outlet? MORE • Has there been a power failure? • Has a fuse blown out, or a circuit breaker been tripped? •...
  • Page 19 OPERATING TIPS ( Temperature and Humiditv Range ~--------~~------------------- Cooling/Dry Mode About 32 to 115 of Outdoor temperature Indoor temperature About 64 to 90 of Outdoor temperature About 80% or less 68°F or obove If the unit is used for long periods under high-humidity conditions, condensation may form on the surface of Indoor Humidity : the indoor unit, and drip onto the floor or other objects...
  • Page 20 .­ Thru-the-wall ..Conditioners and Heat Pumps W 11m wsw, P'h. US-Volt: WS08, WS14 a aSII:r. 23D-Volt, WSID, WS13, WSI6, WElD, WE13, WEI6, WYID, WY13 ..f tS ..t.I) .., 920-007-14 {oS-08}...
  • Page 21: Table Of Contents

    920-007-14 Table of Contents Your Sarety aid Ihe safely ofolhelS ............................................. 2 Introduction Economizing Tips Electrical Data ..............................................3 Introduction How to operate your Friedrich room air conditioner ..................................4 To start unit ...............................................4 To set mode of operation ..........................................4 To adjust temperature ............................................4 To adjust fan speed..............................;................
  • Page 22 920-007-14 WELCOME to years of economical comfort 6. Have a fireplace? Be sure the damper is closed during air Your new Friedrich Room Air Conditioner has been carefully engineered and manufactured to give you many years of dependable, conditioner operation. efficient operation, keeping your room at a comfortable temperature 7.
  • Page 23: How To Operate Your Friedrich Room Air Conditioner

    920-007-14 How to operate your Friedrich room air conditioner To start unit To activate Smart Fan (WY/WE heat-cool models) ® If your air conditioner is installed and plugged into aproper receptacle, Press the Smart Fan button to activate the Smart Fan. The light it is ready to go.
  • Page 24: Automatic Component Protection

    920-007-14 ._CooI ,f;fIG1,."!t¥NW - ;;;t!y Moo,yS...,. ---G\----' _ Fan(ln/y i lin'ii;>~.l .fy}&fr;/-.----{s}-­ .:iIJi;" .:l/Ji;, - i;#e!f./ - Clock @r--- st.rt Time _Slap Time Temp/Hour Temp/H(lur Wallma~r. Wallma~r. Figure 1: WS Model cool-only control panel Figure 2: WYIWE Model heat-cool control panel Automatic component protection Your unit is equipped with Automatic Component Protection.
  • Page 25: How To Clean The Air Filter

    920-007-14 To set the timer NOTE: You can set the START and STOP times a minimum of one hour apart, and amaximum of 23 hours apart. TIMER START - Press Start to view the current starttime for cool­ ing. Continue pressing the START button until you arrive atthe start time you desire.
  • Page 26: How To Change Airflow Direction

    920-007-14 How to change airflow direction The DISCHARGE GRILLE is installed at the factory to provide 45' upward airflow into the room. (Direction 1 in Figure 5). If a vertical airflow is desired (Direction 2), the direction can be changed by rotating the DISCHARGE GRILLE.
  • Page 27: Never Use An Extension Cord

    920-007-14 Electrical Shock Hazard Do not use plug adapters. Do not use an extension cord. Do not remove ground prong. Replace damaged cords with new cord from manufacturer. Failure to follow these instructions can result in death, fire, or electrical shock. Never use an extension cord Your Friedrich room air conditioner is equipped with a three-prong Once plugged in the unit will operate normally without the need to...
  • Page 28: Troubleshooting Tips And Home Maintenance

    920-007-14 Troubleshooting tips and home maintenance Won't cool Frosting of the indoor coil If the unit operates, but won't cool, determine if the controls are Certain operating conditions may produce indoor coil frost. During properly set. Wait three minutes before setting the thermostat to a the cooling operation, a dirty filter or restricted air distribution in cooler position in order to check control settings.
  • Page 29: Mounting Hardware

    920-007-14 Installation instructions for WSC sleeve Falling Object Hazard Not following Installation Instructions for mounting your air conditioner can result in property damage, inJury, or death. Mounting hardware provided ITEM NO. DESCRIPTION SCREW, #12A 2" Wall preparation The wall opening required for a WSC SLEEVE is 17 Y4' STEP 1 A.
  • Page 30: Installation Requirements

    920-007-14 Installation requirements STEP 1 The WSC SLEEVE should be positioned so that the STEP 4 The WSC SLEEVE must also be installed with adownward DRAIN EXTENSION -extends a minimum of'l{." beyond tilt toward the outside of the building. If a level is placed the OUTSIDE WALL (See Figure 7).
  • Page 31 920-007-14 WallMaster chassis installation instructions for WS, WE and WY models (WSC-A sleeve) These instructions are provided for installation of WallMaster air STEP 2 Check the electrical receptacle to see that it conforms to conditioner chassis models into thru-the-wall sleeves. This chassis the requirements for the chassis model to be installed.
  • Page 32 920-007-14 WallMaster chassis installation instructions for WS, WE and WY models (WSC-B sleeve) These instructions are provided for installation of WallMaster air STEP 2 Check the electrical receptacle to see that it conforms to conditioner chassis models into thru-the-wall sleeves. This chassis the requirements for the chassis model to be installed.
  • Page 33 920-007-14 STEP 5 CHASSIS SEAL GASKET INSTALLATION: After STEP 6 Remove the intake grille from the decorative frontframe by grasping it at the upper right and left side corners. Pull out installing the shell, slide the chassis into the shell stopping approximately 3"...
  • Page 34: Condensate Removal

    920-007-14 Condensate removal (WS, WE and WY models) If you desire to drain condensate from the basepan during unit STEP 2 Remove the knockout in the lower right side of the rear operation. this una is provided with adrain nipple that can be grille.
  • Page 35: Warranty

    920-007-14 Friedrich. Friedrich Air Conditioning Company P.O. Box 1540 San Antonio, TX 78295 210.357.4400 www.friedrich.com WALLMASTER® THRU-THE-WALL AIR CONDITIONERS LIMITED WARRANTY FIRST YEAR ANY PART: If any part supplied by FRIEDRICH fails because of a defect in workmanship or material within twelve months from date of original purchase, FRIEDRICH will repair the product at no charge, provided room air conditioner is reasonably accessible for service.
  • Page 36: Warranty Registration Record

    920-007-14 Friedrich wants you to remain pleased with your Room Air Conditioner. Should further assistance be needed concerning this warranty, contact: RAC Warranty, Service and Parts Friedrich Air Conditioning Co. P.O. Box 1540 San Antonio, TX 78295-1540 Your personal warranty registration record WARRANTY REGISTRATION: Please complete and return your Warranty Registration Card (not this form) immediately and mail to FRIEDRICH.
  • Page 37 PACKAGE TERMINAL AIR CONDITIONER/HEAT PUMP & INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS OWNER'S MANUAL Standard and Remote Applications with LED Control Remember, it is your responsibility to install the product safely ATTENTION INSTALLING PERSONNEL and to know it well enough to be able to instruct a customer in As a professional installer you have an obligation to know the its safe use.
  • Page 38 IMPORTANT NOTE TO THE SERVICER Read this manual and familiarize yourself with the spedfic items which must be adhered to before attempting to service this unit. The precautions listed in this Installation Manual are intended as supplemental to existing practices. However, if there is a direct conflict between existing practices and the content of this manual, the precautions listed here take precedence.
  • Page 39 • Automatic freeze protection - Whenever power is sup­ plied to the unit and the master switch is in the ON posi ­ _ _D tion, automatic freeze protection is active. If the unit .16.<) senses temperature below 40°F, the fan motor and elec­ lOWO AU100 tric strip heat are turned on.
  • Page 40 • Energy Management System Features 3. In case of concealed damage, carrier should be notified as soon as poSSible-preferably within 5 days. Temperature Setback - This option can save energy dol­ lars for unrented or unoccupied rooms automatically 4. File the claim with the following supporting documents setting back the operational temperatures.
  • Page 41 INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS To ensure that the unit operates safely and efficiently, it must be installed, operated and maintained according to these instal ­ lation and operating instructions and all local codes and ordi ­ nances or, in their absence, with the latest edition of the National Electric Code.
  • Page 42 Outside Level ____ I 1/4 Bubble Tilt To Outside Outside Wall Proper Sleeve Tilt OUTDOOR GRILLE An outside grille must be installed to direct air flow for proper unit operation and also protect the outdoor coil. The grille must be installed before installing the chassis. Refer to the Installa ­ Cabinet Front Removal View 2 tion Instructions supplied with the outdoor grille kit for a complete description of the installation procedure.
  • Page 43 3. Slide the chassis into the wall sleeve until the chassis CAUTION flanges contact the front edge of the wall sleeve. Screws Wall Sleeve AVOID PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR DEAnI DUE TO (3 on each ELECTRICAL SHOCK, 00 NOT USE AN EXTENSION CORD WITH THIS UNIT. ~:~---~- CAUTION AVOID THE RISK OF PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL INJURY OR FIRE,...
  • Page 44 Please refer to the Maintenance and Cleaning section for the VOLTAGE MEASUREMENTS proper cleaning procedure. If this light is still on after cleaning, Once the unit is properly wi red, measure the unit supply vol tage. please refer to the Diagnostic & Status Report section for Voltage must fall within the voltage utilization range given in assistance.
  • Page 45 REMOTE CONTROL INPUTS IW1, BIO, The C, R, W2, Y terminaLs provide controL inputs for a "manufacturer-approved" remote waLL mounted thermostat. The "B" terminaL can be configured to become "0" if needed see Configuration Settings For remote controL thermo ­ stat operation, refer to the Remote Thermostat Operation section.
  • Page 46 Use the following procedure to change the angle of the discharge air flow: 1. Remove the front cabinet (see Front Removal). Vent 2. Position the front so that the backside is accessible. Control Lever - \l.4---I-- Discharge Air Flow 3.
  • Page 47 Do not install the thermostat where it may be affected by the NOTE: The PTAC Wire Harness Kit (PWHK01C) is required for following: remote thermostat options. • Dead spots behind doors, in corners or under cabinets ADDITIONAL NOTES: 1. For heat pump operation, a room thermostat with a B (heat­ •...
  • Page 48 Table 5 shows the maximum wire length and corresponding gage The following procedure is used to remove the intake filter: size for installation of a remote thermostat. 1. Grasp each filter by its molded handle, located on the front edge of the front, below the discharge grill.
  • Page 49 Wall Sleeve Clean the wall sleeve while cleaning the unit. The caulking around the sleeve should be checked to make sure that any potential air and water openings around the sleeve are properly sealed. The wall sleeve's level should also be rechecked. Proper leveling for most installations are a bubble tilt to the outside and level from right to left.
  • Page 50 CONFIGURATION SETTINGS 9. Place a non-addic algaedde in the basepan to inhibit bac ­ teria growth. Ensure the algaedde is compatible with wet 7 BUUQN TOUCH WITH PISPLAY coil operation and is not corrosive to the coil. The control can be configured to operate a wide range of options.
  • Page 51 CONFIGURATION SETTINGS CHART Configuration Code Description Description Option Code o· Interface Chassis Membrane" Wi reless Remote Wired Thermostat Fan Operation Button present bA· 7-Button, reverts to Cyclic Always run fan (even in Off) 7 -Button, revets to Conti nuous Cooler Only Reverse Cycle Operation H"...
  • Page 52 DIAGNOSTIC MAINTENANCE ACTIVE FAILURES. • If there are no active failures or lockouts, the display & STATUS REPORT will show a double dash, "- -". If there is a code listed, The Diagnostic Maintenance & Status Report provides detailed see the unit "Diagnostic Codes"...
  • Page 53 DIAGNOSTIC CODES ERROR CODE SUGGESTED ACTION STATUS DISPLAY UGHT Freeze Protection Engaged. The room temperature No Action required. This setting will disengage when the measured by the wireless remote thermostat or indoor ambient room temperature rises above 43'F. thermistor active sensor falls beiON 40'1". Front Desk swlch is closed.
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  • Page 56 Am,...". is a registered trademark of Maytag Corporation or its related companies and is used under license to Goodman Company, L.P., Houston, TX. All rights reserved. www.amana-ptac.com 5151 San Felipe, Suite 500 • Houston, TX 77056 •...
  • Page 57 MAINTENANCE AND LUBRICA·nON DIVISION TAB 1.4 CAUTION SERVICE WORK SHOULD ONLY BE ASSIGNED TO QUALIFIED PERSONNEL. TO AVOID PERSONAL INJURY, HARM TO THE PUBLIC AND DAMAGE TO PROPERTY, SERVICE PERSONNEL MUST READ AND BECOME THOROUGHLY AWARE OF ALL SAFETY PRACTICES, PROCEDURES, AND WARNINGS NOTED IN THE MANUFACTURERS' OPERATING, MAINTENANCE, SERVICE AND REPAIR LITERATURE.
  • Page 58 & LUBRICA"rlON DIVISION MAINTENANCE The following maintenance and lubrication schedules are classified as "Preventative Maintenance" (PM) and do not cover major repairs. and/or overhaul. Please refer to the manufacturer's information for detailed maintenance instructions. Good PM depends on good housekeeping, regular observation and comparison, and thorough operating and maintenance staff.
  • Page 59 MAINTENANCE & LUBRICATION DIVISION TAB 1.4 SCHEDULES CONTENTS PAGE MAKE UP AIR UNITS - MUA-1, MUA-2 FAN - EF-2 FAN - EF-3 PUMP- P-1 WATER HEATER- DHW-12 58-UNIT SENIORS HOUSING PENTICTON KIWANIS HOUSING SOCIETY BC TECH ENGINEERING SERVICES INC.
  • Page 60 MAINTENANCE & LUBRICATION SCHEDULES TAB 1.4 EQUIPMENT: MAKE UP AIR UNITS MUA-1, MUA-2 MAKE: GREENHECK MODEL: IG/IGXS REFERENCE: 0& M MANUAL SECTION: TAB - MAINTENANCE PERIODICALLY • Check V-belt drives for wear, tension, alignment and dirt accumulation. Clean, tighten or replace as necessary.
  • Page 61 & MAINTENANCE LUBRICATION SCHEDULES TAB 1.4 EQUIPMENT: EF-2 MAKE: GREENHECK MODEL: CUE/CUBE REFERENCE: 0& M MANUAL SECTION: TAB - 3.1 MAINTENANCE QUARTERLY • Check belt for wear and tightness. • Check wheel and housing for dust buildup. Clean as necessary. •...
  • Page 62 MAINTENANCE & LUBRICATION SCHEDULES TAB 1.4 EQUIPMENT: EF-3 GREENHECK MAKE: MODEL: SP-A& CSP-A REFERENCE: 0& M MANUAL SECTION: TAB - 3.1 MAINTENANCE QUARTERLY • Check belt for wear and tightness. • Check exterior surfaces for dust buildup. Clean as necessary. LUBRICATION •...
  • Page 63 MAINTENANCE & LUBRICATION SCHEDULES EQUIPMENT: PUMP MAKE: GRUNDFOS MODEL: REFERENCE: 0& M MANUAL SECTION: TAB - 3.2 MAINTENANCE MONTHLY • Inspect coil and clean as necessary. • Inspect filter and clean as necessary. • Wipe outside of panel. • Inspect indoor coil and clean as necessary. ANNUALLY •...
  • Page 64 & MAINTENANCE LUBRICATION SCHEDULES TAB 1.4 WATER HEATER EQUIPMENT: DWH-12 MAKE: BRADFORD WHITE D-75T -300-3N MODEL: & REFERENCE: M MANUAL SECTION: TAB - 3.3 MAINTENANCE Have a qualified technician: MONTHLY • Drain a gallon of water to remove silt and sediment. QUARTERLY •...
  • Page 65 LIST OF SUB-CONTRACTORS AND MAJOR SUPPLIERS CONTENTS LIST OF SUB-CONTRACTORS LIST OF MAJOR SUPPLIERS 58-UNIT SENIORS HOUSING PENTICTON KIWANIS HOUSING SOCIETY BC TECH ENGINEERING SERVICES INC.
  • Page 66 LIST OF SUB-CONTRACTORS TAB 1.5 CONTROLS: Inland Comfort Air Conditioning Ltd. 100 - 1698 Findlay Road Kelowna, BC V1 X 6B8 Ph: 250-491-8159 Fax: 250-491-8193 Email: jeff@inlandcomfort.com INSULATION: C & G Insulation Ltd. 1555 Stevens Road Kelowna, BC V1 Z 1 G3 Ph: 250-769-3303 Fax: 250-769-7644 Email: candginsulation@shawbiz.ca TESTING, ADJUSTING &...
  • Page 67 LIST OF EQUIPMENT SUPPLIERS TAB 1.5 PUMP, WATER HEATER, PLUMBING FIXTURES Andrew Sheret ltd. & TRIM: 11Blndustrial Place Penticton, B.C., V2A 7CB 250-493-30B4 Ph: 250-493-6754 Fax: E. H. MAKE UP AIR UNITS, GRILLES, REGISTERS, Price ltd. DIFFUSERS, DUCT ACCESSORIES & FANS: #130 - 397 Penno Road Kelowna, BC V1 X 7W5 Ph: 250-765-7226 Fax: 250-765-7224...

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