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Allied Air 4SHP13 series Installation Instructions Manual

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The equipment covered in this manual is to be installed by trained and experienced
service and installation technicians. Improper installation, modification, service, or
use can cause electrical shock, fire, explosion, or other conditions which may cause
personal injury, death, or property damage. Use appropriate safety gear including
safety glasses and gloves when installing this equipment.
Risk of electrical shock. Disconnect all remote power
supplies before installing or servicing any portion of the
system. Failure to disconnect power supplies can result
in property damage, personal injury, or death.
Installation and servicing of air conditioning equipment
can be hazardous due to internal refrigerant pressure
and live electrical components. Only trained and
qualified service personnel should install or service
this equipment. Installation and service performed by
unqualified persons can result in property damage,
personal injury, or death.
Sharp metal edges can cause injury. When installing
the unit, use care to avoid sharp edges.
4SHP13 & 14 Series
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INSTALLATION ....................................................2
START-UP .......................................................... 12
OPERATION ...................................................... 15
MAINTENANCE ................................................. 17
HOMEOWNER INFORMATION ......................... 17
WIRING DIAGRAM ............................................ 21
WARRANTY ....................................................... 23
A Lennox International Inc. Company
Issue 1143


Manufactured By
215 Metropolitan Drive
West Columbia, SC 29170
(P) 506762-01
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  • Page 1: Table Of Contents

    Installation and service performed by unqualified persons can result in property damage, Manufactured By personal injury, or death. Allied Air Enterprises Inc. A Lennox International Inc. Company 215 Metropolitan Drive West Columbia, SC 29170 WARNING *P506762-01* Sharp metal edges can cause injury.
  • Page 2: Installation

    INSTALLATION Check the unit rating plate to confirm specifications are as ordered. General Read this entire instruction manual, as well as the Location of Unit instructions supplied in separate equipment, before Outdoor units operate under a wide range of weather conditions;...
  • Page 3 • Locate unit away from overhanging roof lines which would 2. Ground unit at unit disconnect switch or to an earth ground. allow water or ice to drop on, or in front of, coil or into To facilitate conduit, a hole is in the bottom of the control unit.
  • Page 4 Refrigerant Line Set Diameters (in.) Thermostat Designations (Some connections may not apply. Refer to specific thermostat and indoor unit.) Without Auxiliary Heat With Auxiliary Heat For installations eceeding 50’, contact Technical Services at (419) 483-4840. Do not connect C (common) connection between indoor unit and thermostat except when required by the indoor thermostat.
  • Page 5 Installing Refrigerant Line During the installation of an air conditioning system, it is Outside Unit Placement and Installation important to properly isolate the refrigerant line to prevent unnecessary vibration. Line set contact with the structure Install unit away (wall, ceiling, or floor) may cause objectionable noise when from windows vibration is translated into sound.
  • Page 6 Refrigerant Line Sets: Transition from Vertical to Horizontal Automotive Anchored Muffler-Type Heavy Nylon Hanger Wire Tie Strap Liquid Strap Liquid Line to Vapor Line to Vapor Line Wall Wall Line Stud Stud Liquid Line Liquid Line Vapor Line – Wrapped Vapor Line –...
  • Page 7 Brazing Connection Procedure 410A refrigerant) in the liquid line at the indoor coil (see 1. Cut ends of refrigerant lines square (free from nicks or Refrigerant Metering Device on page 8). dents). Debur the ends. The pipe must remain round; do not pinch end of line.
  • Page 8 Flushing Procedure 5. Remove the pressure tap valve cores from the unit’s service valves. Connect an R-22 cylinder with clean IMPORTANT: The line set and/or indoor coil must be refrigerant to the suction service valve. Connect the R- flushed with at least the same amount of refrigerant that 22 gauge set to the liquid line valve and connect a previously charged the system.
  • Page 9 appropriately sized to be matched with the unit. If necessary, To install an expansion valve (see Figure 9): replace the existing indoor unit fixed orifice with the orifice 1. Separate the distributor assembly and remove the piston supplied with the unit. Place the supplied fixed orifice sticker orifice and used teflon seal.
  • Page 10 The ball valve is equipped with a service port with a factory- Service Valve installed Schrader valve. A service port cap protects the Schrader valve from contamination and serves as the primary seal. Leak Testing After the line set has been connected to the indoor and outdoor units, the line set connections and indoor unit must be checked for leaks.
  • Page 11 2. Connect micron gauge. 4. Connect a cylinder of nitrogen with a pressure regulating valve to the center port of the manifold gauge set. When 3. Connect the vacuum pump (with vacuum gauge) to the using high pressure gas such as nitrogen for this center port of the manifold gauge set.
  • Page 12: Start-Up

    START-UP Refrigerant Charge Adjustment CAUTION Liquid Line Set Oz. per 5 ft. adjust Diameter from 15 ft. line set * If unit is equipped with a crankcase heater, it should be energized 24 hours before unit start-up to prevent 3/8 in. 3 oz.
  • Page 13: Cooling Cycle

    Cooling Cycle Use gauge ports on suction line valve and liquid line valve for evacuation refrigerant lines and indoor coil. Use suction gauge to measure suction pressure during charging. Figure 12 1. Recover the refrigerant from the unit. • Low pressure gauge to suction line service valve •...
  • Page 14 _____ ° Saturation Temperature ° F R410A Temperature/Pressure Chart – _____ ° Liquid Line Temperature ° F _____ ° Subcooling Value ° F F ° F ° F ° 4. Subtract the liquid line temperature from the saturation temperature (according to the chart) to determine subcooling.
  • Page 15: Operation

    3. Compare stabilized pressures with those provided on OPERATION pressure chart on control box cover. Minor variations in these pressures may be expected due to differences in Outdoor unit and indoor blower cycle on demand from the installations. Significant differences could mean that room thermostat.
  • Page 16 The control provides automatic switching from normal During a single demand cycle, the defrost control will lock heating operation to defrost mode and back. During the out the unit after the fifth time that the circuit is interrupted compressor cycle (call for defrost), the control accumulates by any pressure swtich wired to the control board.
  • Page 17: Maintenance

    MAINTENANCE HOMEOWNER INFORMATION In order to ensure peak performance, your system must be properly maintained. Clogged filters and blocked airflow WARNING prevent your unit from operating at its most efficient level. Before performing maintenance operations on system, turn the electric power to unit OFF at disconnect WARNING switch(es).
  • Page 18 The outdoor coil may require frequent cleaning, depending Thermostat Operation on environmental conditions. Clean the outdoor coil with Though your thermostat may vary somewhat from the an unpressurized water hose to remove surface description below, its operation will be similar. contaminants and debris.
  • Page 19 Preservice Check If your system fails to operate, check the following before calling for service: Check to see that all electrical disconnect switches are Make sure the thermostat temperature selector is properly set. Make sure the thermostat system switch is properly set. Replace any blown fuses, or reset circuit breakers.
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  • Page 21: Wiring Diagram

    Wiring Diagram for 3 Phase, 230 V Models 506762-01 Issue 1143 Page 21 of 24...
  • Page 22 Wiring Diagram for 3 Phase, 460V Models Page 22 of 24 Issue 1143 506762-01...
  • Page 23: Warranty

    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.
  • Page 24: Allied Air Enterprises Inc

    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 10-years of limited warranty coverage (Standard Limited Parts Warranty plus additional 5-Year Limited Extended Parts Warranty).

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