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Installation and Operation Manual

Room Air Conditioners

 

C F

SYSTEM

FAN MODE

POWER

FAN SPEED

SCHEDULE

Standard Chassis Models

115-Volt: SS08, SS10, SS12, SS14, SM15208-230-Volt: SS12, SS15 , SM18 , SM21, SM24

SL 22, SL 24, SL 28, SL 36

115-Volt:YS10

208-230-Volt: E S12, E S15, YS12 , E M18 YM18, E M24, E L 36, YL 24

your unit to assure quiet operation, the greatest circulation of cool, dry air, and the most economic operation.

THANK YOU, on behalf of our entire company, for making such a wise purchase.

UL

MODEL NUMBER

AIR CONDITIONING CO. YS10N10

SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS SERIAL NUMBER

ASSEMBLED IN MEXICO LICY00008

Register your air conditioner

Model information can be found on the name plate behind the front cover.

Please c omplete and mail the owner registration card furnished with this product, or register online at www.friedrich.com.

For your future convenience, record the model information here.

MODEL NUMBER

SERIAL NUMBER

PURCHASE DATE

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Table of Contents

Safety Precautions ...................................................................................................................................................................................................................

4

Unpacking Instructions.............................................................................................................................................................................................................

5

WARNING: Before Operating Your Unit ..................................................................................................................................................................................

6

Standard Filter Cleaning / Installation Instructions ..................................................................................................................................................................

7

Premium Carbon Filter Installation Instructions.......................................................................................................................................................................

8

Control Panel Operation .......................................................................................................

.................................................................................................. 9

New Kühl Control Options ......................................................................................................................................................................................................

10

Control Panel Operation Instructions ................................................................................................................................................................

................... 11

Remote Control Operation .....................................................................................................................................................................................................

20

Remote Effectiveness ............................................................................................................................................................................................................

20

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22

Remote Thermostat ...............................................................................................................................................................................................................

22

Installation Instructions ..........................................................................................................................................................................................................

23

Standard Window Installation ................................................................................................................................................................................................

25

Cord Routing Change ............................................................................................................................................................................................................

34

Through-the-WallInstallation.................................................................................................................................................................................................

36

Final Inspection & Start-upChecklist.....................................................................................................................................................................................

40

Routine Maintenance .............................................................................................................................................................................................................

41

Service and Assistance .........................................................................................................................................................................................................

41

Available Accessories ............................................................................................................................................................................................................

41

Troubleshooting Tips..............................................................................................................................................................................................................

42

Addendum 1 ...........................................................................................................................................................................................................................

44

Warranty ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................

45

3

Safety Precautions

Your safety and the safety of others are very important.

We have provided many important safety messages in this manual and on your appliance. Always read and obey all safety messages.

This is a safety Alert symbol.

This symbol alerts you to potential hazards that can kill or hurt you and others. All safety messages will follow the safety alert symbol with the word “WARNING” or “CAUTION”. These words mean:

WARNING

CAUTION

Indicates a hazard which, if not avoided, can result in severe personal injury or death and damage to product or other property.

Indicates a hazard which, if not avoided, can result in personal injury and damage to product or other property.

All safety messages will tell you what the potential hazard is, tell you how to reduce the chance of injury, and tell you what will happen if the instructions are not followed.

NOTICE

Indicates property damage can occur if instructions are not followed.

WARNING

Refrigeration system under high pressure

Do not puncture, heat, expose to flame or incinerate.

Only certified refrigeration technicians should service this equipment.

R410A systems operate at higher pressures than R22 equipment. Appropriate safe service and handling practices must be used.

Only use gauge sets designed for use with R410A. Do not use standard R22 gauge sets.

4

Unpacking Instructions

STEP 1. Cut all 4 packing straps.

STEP 2. Remove wooden shipping bar dividers.

STEP 3. Remove top foam pads.

STEP 5.

Slide the foam front support forward

STEP 6.

Carefully lift decorative front box from foam front support

STEP 7.

Remove decorative front and set safely aside

STEP 4. Slowly remove outer box, careful not to loosen decorative front.

5

W ARN I N G: Before Operating Your Unit

WARNING

Electrical Shock Hazard

Make sure your electrical receptacle has the same configuration as your air conditioner’s plug. If different, consult a Licensed Electrician.

Do not use plug adapters.

Do not use an extension cord.

Do not remove ground prong.

Always plug into a grounded 3 prong oulet. Failure to follow these instructions can result in death, fire, or electrical shock.

M ake sure the wiring is adequate for your unit .

If you have fuses, they should be of the time delay type. Before you install or relocate this unit, be sure that the amperage rating of the circuit breaker or time delay fuse does not exceed the amp rating listed in Table 1.

DO N OT use an extension cord.

The cord provided will carry the proper amount of electrical power to the unit; an extension cord may not.

M ake sure that the receptacle is compatible with the air conditioner cord plug provided.

Proper grounding must be maintained at all times. Two prong receptacles

The grounded receptacle should meet all national and local codes and ordinances. You must use the three prong plug furnished with the air conditioner. Under no circumstances should you remove the ground prong from the plug.

NOTICE

Do not use the LCDI device as an ON/OFF switch.

Failure to adhere to this precaution may cause premature equipment malfunction.

Once plugged in, the unit will operate normally without the need to reset the LCDI device. If the LCDI device fails to trip when tested or if the power supply cord is damaged, it must be replaced with a new power supply cord from the manufacturer. Contact our Technical Assistance Line at (800) 541-6645.To expedite service, please have your model number available.

Table 1.

 

CIRCUIT RATING

REQUIRED

 

OR TIME DELAY

WALL

MODEL

FUSE

RECEPTACLE

 

AMP

VOLT

NEMA

 

 

NO.

 

 

 

 

 

SS08, SS10

 

 

 

 

SS12, SS14

15

125

5-15R

 

YS10, SM15

 

 

 

 

SS12, SS15

15

250

6-15R

 

SM18, SM21

 

SL22, SL24

 

 

 

 

SM24, SL28

 

 

 

 

ES12, ES15

20

250

6-20R

 

YS12

 

 

 

 

SL36, EM18

 

 

 

 

EM24, EL36

30

250

6-30R

 

YM18, YL24

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Test the power cord

All Friedrich room air conditioners are shipped from the factory with a

Figure 1

Leakage Current Detection Interrupter (LCDI) equipped power cord. The

 

LCDI device on the end of the cord meets the UL and NEC requirements

 

for cord connected air conditioners.

 

To test your power supply cord:

 

1.Plug power supply cord into a grounded 3 prong outlet.

2.Press RESET (See Figure 1).

3.Press TEST, listen for click; the RESET button trips and pops out.

4.Press and release RESET (Listen for click; RESET button latches and remains in). The power cord is ready for use.

RESET

TEST

WARNING:

TEST BEFORE EACH USE!

1.PRESS REST BUTTON.

2.PLUG LCDI INTO POWER RECEPTACLE.

3.PRESS TEST BUTTON, RESET BUTTON SHOULD POP UP.

4.PRESS RESET BUTTON FOR USE.

DO NOT USE IF ABOVE TEST FAILS.

WHEN GREEN LIGHT IS ON. IT IS WORKING PROPERLY!

FRR072

6

Standard Filter Cleaning / Installation Instructions

STEP 1.

Figure 2

FRR071

Figure 3

FILTER

GRIP

HANDLE

FRR052

STEP 2.

NOTE:

Figure 4

FILTER

FILTER

GRIP

FRR047

STEP 3. Swing the front frame open. Clean the front frame by washing

Figure 5

A

TOP TAB

FRONT

FRAME WITH

STANDARD

MESH FILTER

FRR048

STEP 4.

NOTE:

the tab in the frame stops the handle from sliding in, slide the handle from the other direction. Do not force the handle into the frame.

STEP 5. the inside of the front door.

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Premium Carbon Filter Installation Instructions

STEP 1.

STEP 4.

STEP 2.

NOTE:

in Figure 4.

STEP 3.

STEP 5.

 

as shown in Figure 6.

NOTE: Make sure the frame with the mesh is facing towards you.

and slide the assembly into the unit as per the instructions on the door.

NOTE:

 

the tab in the frame stops the handle from sliding in, slide the

 

handle from the other direction. Do not force the handle into

 

the frame.

Figure 6

Figure 7

 

FRONT FRAME WITH

 

MESH FILTER

FRR050

FRR051

8

Control Panel Operation

Let’s check out how to control your air conditioner. On the control panel, just above the POWER , is a liquid crystal display (LCD). All of the control panel function buttons and mode icons can be viewed in Figure 8.

Power On – Press the button to turn on the air conditioner. The power button illuminates to indicate that the power is on. The backlight on the power switch will automatically dim to 20% intensity after 15 seconds of inactivity. The remote control can also be used to turn power ON / OFF (See Remote Control).

Display

inactivity, the display dims to 20% intensity. After an additional 120 seconds, the display switches off. Touching any button automatically changes the display to full brightness.

There are three control push buttons on each side of the display.

Figure 8

 

SYSTEM

FAN MODE

Cycles between

Sets fan to either:

AUTO, HEAT,

- Cycle automatically

COOL, or FAN

- Run continuously

ONLY

 

(if equipped)

 

FAN SPEED

TEMPERATURE

TIMER / SCHEDULE

 

Sets fan speed:

Increment UP

Turns ON or OFF

 

LOW, MED,

TEMPERATURE:

IR WINDOW:

ON / OFF

HIGH or AUTO

(if equipped)

Increment DOWN

Do not block

Turns unit on/off

 

 

 

SYSTEM

 

 

F

FAN

 

 

 

MODE

 

 

 

 

 

SET POINT

FAN

AUTO SPEED

 

TIMER

SPEED

 

 

SCHEDULE

 

 

COOL HEAT FAN

CONTROL

MAINTENANCE

ONLY

LOCKED

REQUIRED

WI-FIOPERATING

(if equipped)

AUTO

Automatically switches between cool & heatAUTO

AUTO FAN

CONTINUOUS

FAN SPEED

Selected fan speed AUTO SPEED

AUTO SPEED

Automatically selects best fan cooling speed

 

WAIT

F

 

2 DIGIT DISPLAY

C

 

Shows Setting for:

AM

 

- Set Point (Temperature)

 

- Room Temperature

PM

 

 

- Clock (AM/PM)

 

 

SET POINT

ON OFF

SCHEDULE

ROOM TEMP

 

 

SCHEDULE ON

 

 

CHECK $MART

 

 

 

FILTER

 

 

 

TIMER ON

 

 

 

FILTER

 

MART OPERATING

$

Check / Clean

(if equipped)

9

Kühl Control Options

The Kühl gives you a variety of options for control, programming, and scheduling including wireless capabilities

Wireless Programming and Control:

.The new FriedrichLink™ Adapter (sold seperately) allows you to conviently control, program and monitor your air conditioning unit remotely from a smartphone or computer.

FriedrichLink™ Adapter accessory available through Friedrich authorized retailers or www.friedrich.com. See FriedrichLink™ Adapter section on www.friedrich.com for complete details.

Pre-ProgrammedScheduling Options:

Your unit’s digital control comes equipped with a 24-hourtimer and two preprogrammed7-dayenergy management options.

24-HourTimer

The 24-hourtimer allows you to turn the unit off and on atpre-settimes by setting an on and off time on the unit control panel. (See page 12 for details on timerset-up.)

Pre-programmedEnergy Management

Your unit comes from the factory with two (2) Pre-programmedEnergy Management settings are shown in Addendum 1 (Residential & Commercial Schedule Table).

Energy Management Schedule Options are:

1.Residential Schedule – 40 Hr. Work Week

2.Commercial Schedule – 5-DayBusiness Week

The “Residential” (40 Hr. Work Week) Schedule has four (4) time periods: 06:00, 08:00, 18:00, and 22:00. This option will cause your Kühl Q unit to raise the room temperature temporarily to 85°F during the hours when most people are away at work, lower them again to 78°F prior to the time when most people will return home, and then raise slightly to 82°F to maintain a comfortable temperature overnight.

The “Commercial” (5-DayBusiness Week) Schedule has two (2) time periods: 07:00 and 18:00. This option will cause your air conditioner to raise temperatures to 84°F after typical working hours and on weekends when commercial spaces are typically unoccupied.

(See Control Panel Operation Instructions Section)

Customizable Programming Options:

Customizable schedules, with up to four temperature adjustments per day, can either be uploaded to the unit via the air conditioner’s built-inmicro USB interface or conveniently transmitted wirelessly using the new FriedrichLink™ Adapter accessory, greatly simplifying the programming of one or multiple units.

See Figure 9.

See www.friedrich.com for complete Customizable Programming instructions.

Figure 9

UL

FriedrichLink™ Adapter

10

Control Panel Operation Instructions

SYSTEM - TheSYSTEM button allows you to sequentially select up to four modes of operation:

AUTO - AUTO - Not available on some models

COOL

HEAT Not available on some models

FAN ONLY

AUTO MODE

- AUTO -

F

AUTO FAN

SET POINT

FRR204

COOL MODE

F

AUTO FAN

SET POINT

FRR103

FAN ONLY MODE

FRR105

When in the - AUTO-,COOLor HEATor FAN ONLYmode, you can also select FAN MODE, FAN SPEED, TIMER SCHEDULE,

and. The SYSTEM MODE does not change.

FAN MODE – The

FA N

button allows you to select between

 

and

AUTO FAN

MODE

 

modes.

 

 

 

 

CONTINUOUS

 

 

 

 

AUTO FAN (No Cooling Demand)

F

AUTO FAN

SET POINT

FRR112

When in the AUTO FAN mode, the fan onlyoperates when the system has a demand to cool or heat the room. Note: the fan is off (no fan speed icon), indicating no command for cooling or heating.

HEAT MODE

AUTO FAN (Cooling Demand)

F

F

AUTO FAN

AUTO FAN

SET POINT

SET POINT

FRR104 FRR106

System has a demand for cooling. The fan is operating at a medium speed.

FAN SPEED - Depending on your model, the

4 Speed

FAN

SPEED

button allows you to toggle between four or five modes of operation: LOW, MEDIUM, HIGH and AUTO.

AUTO

3 Speed

AUTO

When fan speed AUTO FAN mode (SYSTEM mode AUTO, COOL or HEAT) is selected, fan speed automatically varies depending on the difference between the unit’s set point on the control panel and the actual room temperature. When the system detects a wide difference between the set point and the actual room temperature the fan speed increases to HIGH for a period of time. The fan speed decreases, in step, as the temperature difference decreases. When the room temperature matches the system's set point, fan speed returns to the original setting.

11

CONTINUOUS

F

CONTINUOUS

SET POINT

FRR113

In the CONTINUOUS fan mode, the fan operates all the time. The system

UPand DOWN - arrows - Pressing eitherorbutton changes the system's set point (desired room temperature). These buttons are also used to make system parameter changes latter in this manual.

F

AUTO FAN

SET POINT

FRR100

F

AUTO FAN

SET POINT

FRR101

One press equals 1 degree of change. Holding the button down for more than 0.6 seconds starts the fast increment/decrement change of the set point.

TIMER SCHEDULE - The

button allows you to select the TIMER

orSCHEDUL E function. The

FRR122

The icon illuminates.

The

F

AUTO FAN

SET POINT

FRR123

The icon illuminates.

system ON and OFF time window. For example, you can command the system to turn ON at 8:15 am and turn OFF at 1:30 pm everyday.

The SCHEDULE function allows you to choose either Residential (option 2) or Commercial (option 3). The Residential and Commercial options are described later in this manual.

OTHER FUNCTIONS

Figure 10

SET TIME- To adjust the unit's time press and hold the HOUR and the MIN buttons for three seconds (Refer to Figure 10).

AM

FRR128

The unit's current hour displays. Use the orbuttons to adjust the hour. To change from AM to PM continue to increment (roll) the display. Press TIMER SET (Refer to Figure 10) button to display the unit's current minutes.

12

To switch from degrees Fahrenheit (F) to Celsius (C), press orbuttons for three seconds.

FRR129

Use the orbuttons to adjust the minutes. The clock is now set for 11:25 AM. Press TIMER SET (Refer to Figure 10) button to display the unit's day setting.

FRR130

Use the orbuttons to adjust the day (1 to 7). The day setting is up to the you the user. If you set the current day = 1, and today is Tuesday, then Day 1 = Tuesday.

F

AUTO FAN

SET POINT

FRR131

Press TIMER SET (Refer to Figure 10) button to exit and save the SET TIME function. The TIMER SET button must be pressed within 15 second. Button inactivity for more than 15 seconds causes the display to time out and return to the normal operating display.

ºF - ºC Select

F

AUTO FAN

SET POINT

FRR132

FRR133

from F to C, press the orbutton within 5 seconds.

FRR134

AUTO FAN

C

 

 

SET POINT

FRR135

The ºF icon goes away and the ºC icon illuminates on the normal display.

DIM Function

There are three separate display brightness levels, AUTO, 20% and full (100%). To change the DIM setting, press the Power button for three seconds.

FRR192

The 1 indicates a DIM setting of Auto (factory default). Use the orbuttons to change the setting.

13

FRR193

The 2 indicates a DIM setting of 20%. Press the TIMER SET button within 15 seconds to save the setting. Button inactivity for more than 15 seconds causes the display to time out and return to the normal operating display.

FRR194

The 3 indicates a DIM setting of 100% (full brightness). Press the TIMER SET (Refer to Figure 10) button within 15 seconds to save the setting. Button inactivity for more than 15 seconds causes the display to time out and return to the normal operating display.

Alerts

CHECK icon displays.

FI LT ER

F

AUTO FAN

SET POINT

FILTER

 

 

 

FRR118

The alert can be dismissed by pressing the

FA N

and

for 3 seconds.

MODE

When maintenance is required, a service icon appears on screen.

F

AUTO FAN

SET POINT

FRR120

This means there is a compressor demand but the system is not ready for the compressor to operate. For example a short power outage, the compressor will not restart until the internal pressures of the compressor are at the proper level.

FRR179

If the room freeze protection is active, the display indicates this by showing

SET (Figure 10) button overrides the freeze protection alert for 5 minutes.

This alert appears when the room is too cold for the air conditioner to operate properly. Another cause of alert occurs when to much ice builds up on the unit's condenser.

Lock Control Panel

To lock the front panel controls, press and hold the

FA N

+

buttons

SPEED

for 3 seconds. The lock icon

illuminates to indicate the locked status.

AUTO FAN

F

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SET POINT

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

16

 

 

 

 

FRR1

To unlock, presses and hold the +buttons for 3 seconds.

F

AUTO FAN

SET POINT

FRR117

The lock icon disappears to indicate unlocked status.

14

External Control Status

The $MART icon illuminates to indicate that the system is being controlled remotely.

AUTO FAN 79F

SET POINT

$MART

FRR125

AUTO FAN 79F

SET POINT

FRR126

The icon illuminates to indicate that the system is receiving aWi-Ficonnection.

ADVANCED FUNCTIONS

Z ! [ ^ * Schedule, Error Mode, Test Mode, and Maintenance Menu). The functions mentioned in the following section may or may not be available depending on the air conditioner model.

Timer/Schedule Select

AUTO FAN 79F

SET POINT

FRR136

1.Timer (factory default) the start, stop and day window can be found latter in this manual.

2.Residential Schedule - When selected the unit follows a preprogrammed set of operational parameters that covers 7 days of the week with 4 time windows during each day. Each time window! " # $

3.Commercial Schedule - When selected the unit follows a preprogrammed set of operational parameters that covers 7 days of the week with 2 time windows during each day. Each time window! " # $

1

SCHEDULE

FRR137

To change the * <>?# @J?VXZ? button for 3 sec.

If the Schedule function is available, the system displays the icon +SCHEDULE icon. The display indicates the schedule function that is active. To change to an alternate schedule (2 or 3), press theorbutton. If the Schedule function is not available, the Timer iconshows without theSCHEDULE icon.

[ \ * <>?# ? ] ^ $_`

If there is no button activity for 15 seconds, the function will time out and[ [ * display reverts to the normal display.

2

SCHEDULE

FRR138

orbutton, within 15 second of pressing the] { * | [ \ * <>?# ? ] ^ $_`

AUTO FAN 79F

SET POINT

FRR136

The display reverts to the normal display.

5

FRR139

\button is pressed the system operates in the mode (1, 2 or 3) you programmed.

Modify the TIMER Function

Timer Start Time

AUTO FAN 79F

SET POINT

FRR140

} J X# ] ^ $_` { ] [ when the system is in the Schedule mode.

4ONAM

FRR141

Use the or] ~ } <>?# ? ] ^ $_ $_` ~

21ON

FRR142

Use the or] ~ } <>?# ? ] ^ $_`$• \ [€|$>

AUTO FAN 79F

SET POINT

FRR143

The display returns to normal once the settings are saved.

Timer Stop Time

AUTO FAN 79F

SET POINT

FRR144

} >< ] ^$_` { ] [ the system is in the Schedule mode.

11AMOFF

FRR145

Use the or] ~ } <>?# ? ] ^ $_` ~

55OFF

FRR146

Use the or] ~ } <>?# ? ] ^ $_`$• \ [$$•• >

AUTO FAN 79F

SET POINT

FRR147

The display returns to normal once the settings are saved.

Timer - Scheduler Control Block

AUTO FAN 79F

SET POINT

SCHEDULE

FRR148

< <>?# @J?VXZ? *] \button, the Timericon begins to ] • ] ] •

AUTO FAN 79F

SET POINT

SCHEDULE

FRR149

The Timer ] • { ‚ [] • are made, press thebutton tore-activateTimer or Schedule mode.

< <>?# @J?VXZ? *] \button, the Timericon begins to blink.

AUTO FAN 79F

SET POINT

FRR150

] ] •

AUTO FAN 79F

SET POINT

SCHEDULE

 

FRR151

The Timer ] • { ‚ [] • are made, press thebutton tore-activateTimer or Schedule mode.

AUTO FAN 79F

SET POINT

FRR152

Schedule ON Scenarios

SCHEDULE

FRR153

The display shows a normal system.

< * SCHEDULE and Timericons illuminates. The control system immediately runs the current period schedule parameters.

AUTO FAN 79F

SET POINT

FRR154

The display shows a normal system.

AUTO FAN 79F

SET POINT

SCHEDULE

FRR155

< • * SCHEDULE and Timericons illuminates. The control system immediately runs the previous(non-skip)period schedule parameters.

Timer ON Scenarios

AUTO FAN 79F

SET POINT

FRR156

The display shows a normal system.

AUTO FAN 79F

SET POINT

FRR159

< * icon illuminates. The control system continues to run.

Scheduler OFF Scenarios

AUTO FAN 79F

SET POINT

SCHEDULE

 

FRR160

The display shows the unit in Schedule mode.

AUTO FAN 79F

SET POINT

FRR157

< * icon

AUTO FAN 79F

SET POINT

FRR158

The display shows a normal system.

FRR161

< [ ^ `* Timer and SCHEDULE icons turn off. The control stays in the current state. The display shows a normal system.

SCHEDULE

FRR162

[ ^ ` period.

AUTO FAN 79F

SET POINT

FRR163

< [ ^ ` * the Timer andSCHEDULE icons turn off. The unit wakes up in the last knownnon-schedulestate.

AUTO FAN 79F

SET POINT

SCHEDULE

 

FRR164

< • *andSCHEDULE icons turn off. The unit wakes up in the last knownnon-schedulestate.

AUTO FAN 79F

SET POINT

FRR165

The display shows a normal system.

Timer OFF Scenarios

FRR166

[ ^ `

AUTO FAN 79F

SET POINT

FRR167

< [ ^ ` * Timer icon turns off. The display shows a normal system.

AUTO FAN 79F

SET POINT

FRR168

< icon turns off. The control stays in the current state.

AUTO FAN 79F

SET POINT

FRR169

The display shows a normal system.

Remote Control Operation

Remote Control - Refer to Figures 12 and 13 during operation description.

Getting Started - Install two (2) AAA batteries in the battery compartment located on the back of the unit.

Operation - The remote control should be within 25 feet of the air conditioner for operation. (Refer to Figure 11 for effectiveness). Press the power button to turn the remote on. The remote will automatically power off after 15 seconds if the buttons are not being pressed. The remote must be on to control the unit.

POWER Button - Turns remote and unit on and off.

SYSTEM Button - Allows the user to sequentially select the following: AUTO -AUTO -,COOL, HEAT, and FAN ONLYoperations. When the button is pressed, the display indicates which mode has been selected via a display message.Note that when the heating function is not available, the system will automatically skip the HEAT mode.

FAN MODE Button - Selects between automatic (AUTO FAN ) orCONTINUOUS

operation. In the AUTO FAN mode, the fan only turns on and off when the

 

 

 

compressor operates or the heat function is enabled.

NOTE:

 

 

is not available in the FAN ONLY Mode, the display

AUTO FAN

 

indicates

 

 

. In the

 

mode, fan speed is

 

 

CONTINUOUS

CONTINUOUS

 

 

 

 

 

FA N

button.

determined by your selection on the SPEED

FAN SPEED Button - Used to sequentially select new fan speed, plus

AUTO operation. When the FA N button is pressed, the fan speed icon

SPEED

(triangle) changes to indicate the new speed level. Fan speed automatically varies depending on the set temperature on the control panel and the actual room temperature. For example if there is a big difference between your set temperature and the actual room temperature, the system fan speed increases to HIGH. It remains at this speed until the room temperature matches the set temperature.

SCHEDULE Button – TheSCHEDULE button turns the schedule function on and off. Press the Schedule button once to turn on the Schedule (Residential, Commercial, Timer, or Customized) that has already been selected on your unit. Pressing theSCHEDULE button a second time turns the schedule function off.

UP and DOWN Arrows - Pressing either the(UP) or(DOWN) button changes the desired room temperature. The factory preset lower and upper limits are 60°F (16°C) and 99°F (37°C). These buttons are also used to navigate between function options when using the User Menu or Maintenance Mode.

Remote Effectiveness

Hand Held Remote - Has an operating range of up to 25 ft. The infrared remote control signal must have a clear path to transmit the command to the air conditioning unit. The remote signal has some ability to "bounce" off of walls and furniture similar to a television remote control. The diagram below shows the typical operating range of the control in a standard room with 8 ft high ceilings.

Figure 11

 

 

 

TOP VIEW

 

 

 

 

 

 

25ft

 

 

 

 

25ft

 

 

 

7.5ft

 

 

 

SIDE VIEW

 

4ft

60°

60°

45°

30°

 

6ft

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

60°

8ft

45°

45°

 

 

 

 

25ft

 

 

 

60°

 

30°

30°

 

45°

 

 

 

30°

 

 

 

 

 

 

16ft

 

8ft

 

 

 

 

 

25ft

 

 

 

 

25ft

 

25ft

 

 

25ft

 

25ft

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

FRR080

 

 

 

 

20

Figure 12

AUTO

AUTO FAN

CONTINUOUS

AUTO

C F

DISPLAY

SYSTEM

FAN MODE

SYSTEM

FAN MODE

POWER

TEMPERATURE

UP

FAN SPEED

POWER

FAN SPEED

SCHEDULE

TEMPERATURE

DOWN

SCHEDULE

FRR081

Figure 13

COOL

HEAT

FAN ONLY

ICON

ICON

ICON

SYSTEM

MODE

FAN

MODE

FAN

SPEED

AUTO

AUTO FAN CONTINUOUS

AUTO

C F

°F / °C ICONs

SCHEDULE

ICON

FRR082

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Airflow Selection and Adjustment

Air flow direction adjustment

left or right side of the discharge opening. Each of the banks of louvers can be directed left, right, up or down in order to achieve the most optimum

move it in the direction that you would like the air to be directed. Please

louvers than the other.

Fresh air and exhaust control

Your air conditioner has the ability to bring fresh air into the room or exhaust stale air out of the room. The control slide is found on the upper part of the unit (See Figure 14).

TO BRING IN FRESH AIR – Move the lever to theFresh Air position which allows outside air to enter the room. This is useful in fall and spring as a means of bringing in fresh outside air when using FAN ONLY . It can also be used in the summer with the compressor in the Cooling Mode if you wish.

TO EXHAUST INDOOR AIR – Move the lever to theExhaust position. This will allow stale air to be expelled to the outside of the dwelling. This is especially handy in the spring or fall when indoor air tends to get stale, or after a social gathering involving smokers, or to remove cooking odors.

BEST PERFORMANCE – Move the lever to theRe-Circulate Position

Figure 14

FRR008

Remote Thermostat

Remote Thermostat - An external thermostat may be added to the air conditioner to provide remote temperature sensing and control. For details and installation instructions, please visit www.Friedrich.com or contact Friedrich Service at 1-800-541-6645.

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Installation Instructions

READ THIS FIRST! Electrical Requirements

WARNING

Electrical Shock Hazard

Make sure your electrical receptacle has the same configuration as your air conditioner’s plug. If different, consult a Licensed Electrician.

Do not use plug adapters.

Do not use an extension cord.

Do not remove ground prong.

Always plug into a grounded 3 prong oulet. Failure to follow these instructions can result in death, fire, or electrical shock.

IMPORTANT: Before you begin the actual installation of your air conditioner, check your local electrical codes and the information below. Your air conditioner must be connected to a power source with the same alternating current (A.C.) voltage and amperage as marked on the name plate located on the chassis. Only A.C. can be used. Direct Current (D.C.) cannot be used.

CIRCUIT PROTECTION – Use on single outlet circuit only. An overloaded circuit will invariably cause malfunction or failure of an air conditioner, therefore, it is necessary that the electrical protection is adequate. Due to momentary high current demand when the air conditioner starts, use a "TIME DELAY" fuse or a HACR type circuit breaker. Consult your dealer or power company if in doubt.

Refer to the electrical name plate located on the air conditioner chassis (See page 2) to determine the correct fuse or circuit breaker amperage for your model (See Table 1 on Page 6 for electrical receptacle types).

The power cord has a plug with a grounding prong and a matching receptacle is required.

The following instructions are for standard chassis model groups

sizes listed in Table 3.

Table 3

MODEL DESIGNATION

CABINET SIZE (H x W x D)

 

 

SMALL CHASSIS - SS,

15 15 16" x 2515 16" x 29" (405 mm x

ES, YS

660 mm x 737 mm)

MEDIUM CHASSIS - SM,

17 15 16" x 2515 16" x 29" (455 mm x

EM, YM

660 mm x 737 mm)

LARGE CHASSIS - SL,

20 3 16" x 28" x 351 2" (513 mm x 711

EL, YL

mm x 851 mm)

WARNING

MOVING PARTS HAZARDS

*Do not operate unit out of sleeve or with front grille removed.

*Do not place hands in blower or

fan blade areas.

Failure to do so can result in serious injury.

CAUTION

Excessive Weight Hazard

Use two or more people when installing your air conditioner.

Failure to do so can result in back or other injury.

Recommended Tools

1.Power Drill

2.5/32" Drill Bit

3.Gloves

4.Carpenters Level

5.5/16" Wrench

6.1/4" Wrench

7.#2 Phillips Screw Driver

8.Putty Knife or (wood stir stick)

 

 

4

1

5/16

 

 

 

 

 

1

 

 

/4

 

5

6

 

5/16

/41

2

 

 

 

7

8

3

ITEMS NOT TO SCALE

 

23

INSTALLATION HARDWARE AND ACCESSORY DETAIL

ITEM 2

ITEM 3

 

ITEM 1

ITEM 5

ITEM 6

ITEM 4

ITEM 7

ITEM 8

ITEM 9

ITEM 10

ITEM 11

ITEM 12

ITEM 13

ITEMS NOT TO SCALE

FRR009

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ITEM

 

DESCRIPTION

QTY.

NO

 

 

 

 

 

 

WINGBOARD MOUNTING PARTS

 

8

WINGBOARD (MASONITE)

1

9

"J" TYPE SPEED NUT

4

10

WINGBOARD CLIP (SPRING STEEL)

4

11

SCREW, #8 x ½" PHILLIPS TRUSS HD.

4

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

WINDOW SEALING

 

12

WINDOW SEAL GASKET (DARK FOAM)

1

13

CHASSIS SEAL GASKET (LIGHT FOAM)

1

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SHELL MOUNTING PARTS

 

1

SUPPORT BRACKET

2

2

SCREW, 10-24x 1" HEX HEAD

4

3

10-24FLAT WELD NUT

4

4

SCREW, SHEET METAL #12 x 2"

7

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

WINGBOARD ANGLE MOUNTING

 

5

WINGBOARD ANGLE, TOP

1

6

WINGBOARD ANGLE, SIDE

2

7

SCREW, SHEET METAL #8 x 3 8"

2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ITEM

 

DESCRIPTION

QTY.

NO

 

 

 

 

 

 

MOUNTING PARTS

 

4

SCREW, SHEET METAL #12A x 2”

7

14

CHASSIS SEAL GASKET (LIGHT FOAM)

1

 

 

 

 

 

 

NOTE: Kühl + models do not c ome with window mounting components. When mounting a cooling and heating model a window installation kit must be purchased separately.

KWIKS – For all ES and YS models.

KWIKM – For all EM and YM models.

KWIKL – For all EL and YL models.

Standard Window Installation

NOTE: Hardware and accessories used during installation are shown on page 23. Each part will be referred as Item No.

STEP 1. Remove the chassis Entrygard retainer by removing the far right screw (See Figure 15), save this screw to reattach the chassis retainer after installation (Step 12). Also, remove and discard the two retainer screws and washers located at the rear of the unit (See Figure 15).

 

CAUTION

 

Handle Use

Use Handle

Use handle on both sides to

pull unit from sleeve.

Locations

(both sides)

Do not push, pull or lift from

 

 

center of support.

STEP 2. Hold the cabinet stationary, then use the hand grips on both ends of the control unit support bracket to pull the chassis out of the cabinet (See Figure 16).

STEP 3. Remove the large white foam blocks used to restrain the compressor during shipment (See Figure 17). Inspect base pan for dislodged white foam blocks and remove. Do not remove any other foam parts.

Figure 16

CONTROL UNIT

SUPPORT BRACKET

FRR012

STEP 4. Anchor the side angles (Item 6) by engaging the tabs of the lower sill plate (See Figure 18, DetailB-2)with the loops of the side angle. Engage the tabs of the top angle (Item 5) with the top loops of the side angle (See Figure 18, DetailB-1).Install two (2) screws (Item 7) to secure the top angle tabs and the side angle to the cabinet (See Figure 18, DetailB-1).

Figure 15

RETAINER SCREWS

AND WASHERS

ENTRYGARD

RETAINER

WIRE

FAR RIGHT

SCREW

FRR011

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CAUTION

Remove Shipping Blocks

Prior to operating the unit remove the foam shipping blocks.

Failure to do so may result in damage to the unit which is not covered by the manufacturer’s warranty!

STEP 5. Check the window sill and frame to be sure they are in good

STEP 6. CABINET MOUNTING – Raise the lower window 1/4" more than the height of the cabinet. Carefully slide the cabinet through the opening until the lower sill plate channel rests behind the window sill and the top angle rests against the window (See Figure 19). Center the cabinet within the opening. Drill three (3) 5/32" diameter pilot holes into window sill using the holes in the cabinet sill plate as a guide. Install three (3) #12 x 2" long screws (Item 4) (See Figure 19).

STEP 7. OUTSIDE SUPPORT MOUNTING – Refer to Figures 20 and 21. Assemble the support brackets (Item 1) to the bottom of the cabinet with four (4) 10-24 1” long screws (Item 2) and four

combination of the elongated holes of the bracket and different hole locations in the cabinet, to bring the bottom support bracket pads in contact with the wall. A 1" x 4" or 2" x 4" SPACER SHOULD BE USED BETWEEN THE WALL AND SUPPORT THE BRACKETS WHEN INSTALLED ON ALUMINUM OR VINYL SIDING. Drill 5/32" diameter pilot holes and secure the brackets to the wall with two (2) 12A x 2" long screws (Item 4).

NOTE: DO NOT LEVEL the cabinet from front to back. Make sure there is approximately 3/8” to 1/2” slope (1/8 to 1/4 bubble on level) toward the outside of the house.

Adjust the support brackets to provide an inside-to-outsideslope for excess condensation drainage (Refer to Standard Window Installation, Figures 20 through 24). Tighten all screws.

Alternate support method A: If you have a wide window sill which prevents you from mounting the brackets as shown in Figure 23, try the following: Using the elongated holes and different hole locations in the cabinet, set the placement of the bracket to support the unit’s weight (Figure 23). Tighten all screws.

Alternate support method B: If the window ledge gap is narrow, try the

as shown in Figure 24. Bend the short piece so it will be vertical when installed. Adjust the placement as required. Tighten all screws.

STEP 8.

between the window side channels and cabinet. (Figure 25). Make sure you include the depth of the window channel.

NOTICE

For YOUR security and safety, YOU must provide a means of preventing the upper part of the window from opening.

STEP 9. To assemble the wingboard panels, push on the "J" type speed nuts (Item 9) and spring steel clips (Item 10) (See Figures 26) on page 31. Secure each panel with two (2) screws (Item 11).

Figure 17

TOP VIEW OF UNIT

REMOVE AND DISCARD

SCREWS

BACK

LEFT SIDE

 

RIGHT SIDE

REMOVE AND DISCARD

COMPRESSOR

FAN MOTOR

FOAM BLOCKS

 

 

EVAPORATOR COIL

 

 

REMOVE AND SAVE

FRONT

SCREW FOR

RE-INSTALLATION

FRR045

26

Figure 1

#8 x 3/8” LONG SCREW

 

 

(ITEM 7) 2 REQUIRED

CABINET

TOP ANGLE (ITEM 5)

 

 

TAB

 

DETAIL B-2

 

SIDE ANGLE

 

(ITEM 6)

 

2 REQUIRED

 

TAB

 

LOOP

 

SILL PLATE

 

TAB

 

DETAIL B-1

 

FRR013

Figure 1

 

TOP ANGLE CENTER (ITEM 5) CABINET

IN WINDOW

SIDE TO SIDE

 

PULL WINDOW

 

SASH DOWN

DRILL (3) 5/32” DIA.

BEHIND TOP

PILOT HOLES AND

ANGLE

INSTALL (3) #12 x 2”

 

LONG SCREWS

 

(ITEM 4)

 

 

SIDE ANGLE

 

(ITEM 6)

WINDOW SILL

LOCATE SILL PLATE GUIDE CHANNEL

JUST BACK OF WINDOW SILL

FRR014

Figure

3/8” SLOPE DOWN

SUPPORT BRACKET

(ITEM 1)

#12 x 2” SCREW (ITEM 4)

SPACER SHOULD BE USED BETWEEN

WALL AND BRACKET WHEN INSTALLED

ON ALUMINUM OR VINYL SIDING.

10-24x FLAT WELD

NUT (ITEM 3)

#10-24x 1” HEX HD. SCREW (ITEM 2)

SUPPORT BRACKET (ITEM 1)

FRR015

Figure 2

3/8” SLOPE DOWN

CONDENSER

AIR OUTLET

CONDENSER

AIR INLETS

#10-24SCREW

#10-24FLAT WELD NUT

#12 x 2” SHEET METAL

SCREW (ITEM 4)

SPACER SHOULD BE USED BETWEEN

WALL AND BRACKET WHEN INSTALLED

ON ALUMINUM OR VINYL SIDING.

FRR016

Figure 2

3/8” SLOPE DOWN

CONDENSER

AIR INLETS

#10-24SCREW

#10-24FLAT WELD NUT

 

#12 x 2” SHEET METAL

STONE LEDGE

SCREW (ITEM 4)

 

SPACER

FRR017

Figure 2

3/8” SLOPE DOWN

#10-24SCREW

STRAIGHTEN TAB TO LAY FLAT

ALONG THE BOTTOM RAIL OF

THE SHELL

#10-24FLAT WELD NUT

SECURE THE LONGEST SIDE OF

THE BRACKET TO THE SHELL

ADJUST IN OR OUT TO REST

ON THE LEDGE

STONE LEDGE

FRR018

Figure 2

 

3/8” SLOPE DOWN

 

#10-24SCREW

 

DIMENSION “A”

 

CUT

CUT TO FIT DIMENSION “A”

AND BEND DOWN TO FORM

HERE

A VERTICAL LEG.

#10-24FLAT WELD NUT

 

STONE LEDGE

A

 

OUTSIDE WALL

 

DISCARD

 

SHADED AREA

 

 

FRR019

Figure 2

 

MEASURE DISTANCE “B” TO INSIDE OF THE

CHANNEL ON EACH SIDE.

CUT HERE AND DISCARD CENTER WASTE

MATERIAL.

B

B

WINGBOARD

B

SUBTRACT 1/8” FROM DIMENSION “B” AND

MEASURE FROM THE EDGE OF THE WING-

B

BOARD (ITEM 8), MARK, SCORE AND CUT

 

WITH APPROPRIATE CUTTING TOOL.

 

FRR020

 

 

 

 

STEP 10. INSTALL THE WINDOW SEALING GASKETS – Measure

 

 

CAUTION

 

 

and cut the dark foam window seal gasket (Item 12) and

 

 

 

 

install it between the upper glass panel and the top part of

 

 

 

 

 

the window sash (Figure 28).

 

 

Cut/Sever

 

 

 

 

 

 

Although great care has been

 

 

 

 

 

 

taken to minimize sharp edges

 

 

 

 

 

 

in the construction of your unit,

 

 

 

 

 

 

use gloves or other hand

 

 

 

 

 

 

protection when handling unit

 

 

 

CAUTION

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Failure to do so can result in minor

 

 

 

 

 

to moderate personal injury.

 

 

 

Excessive Weight Hazard

STEP 11.

Carefully team lift the chassis and set it into the cabinet. Slide

 

 

 

Use two or more people when

 

 

 

installing your air conditioner.

 

 

the chassis stopping approximately 3" from full insertion. Insert

 

 

 

 

 

the chassis seal gasket (Item 13) one inch deep between the

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Failure to do so can result in

 

 

chassis and the cabinet (See Figure 30) as shown on page 33.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

back or other injury.

 

 

A paint stir stick or ruler might be helpful here. Begin inserting

 

 

 

 

 

the gasket at either bottom corner and go up the side, across

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

the top, and down the opposite side. Then push the chassis

 

 

 

 

 

 

all the way into the cabinet.

 

 

 

 

NOTE:

If the chassis seal gasket is not installed or installed improperly,

 

 

 

 

 

 

the operation of the unit will be negatively affected. Operational

 

 

 

 

STEP 12.

Reattach the entry guard chassis entry guard retainer wire with

 

 

 

 

 

 

the same screw retained in Step 1 (See Figure 15).

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Figure 26

 

 

 

 

 

 

“J” TYPE SPEED NUT

 

 

SPRING STEEL

 

 

 

 

 

CLIP (ITEM 10)

 

 

 

(ITEM #9) 2 REQUIRED

 

 

2 REQUIRED

3"

CUT

WINGBOARD CUT EDGE

PANEL

3"

ROTATED 90°

 

CENTER THE HOLE IN THE SPEED NUT OVER THE SLOT IN THE WINGBOARD PANEL

SLIDE CLIP OVER CUT EDGE

OF WINGBOARD PANEL

FRR021

31

Figure 27

TOP OF CABINET

PLACE WINGBOARD PANEL IN WINDOW JAM

TO COMPRESS THE SPRINGS INSIDE THE

RUNNERS, AND SWING THE WINGBOARD

PANELS INTO PLACE AS INDICATED BY THE

DASHED LINES.

WINDOW JAM

CLIP (ITEM 10)

SECTION A-A

A

A

SECURE THE SIDE WINGBOARD PANELS TO

THE SIDE ANGLES WITH FOUR (4) #8 x 1/2” LONG

SCREWS (ITEM 11), TWO ON EACH SIDE.

FRR022

Figure 28

INSERT FOAM WINDOW

SEAL GASKET (ITEM 12)

B

SECTION B-B

32

OPTIONAL: The factory assembles the supply cord so that it exits the left side of the unit at the bottom. At the consumer’s discretion, the supply cord can be routed to exit the right side of the unit. To do this, route the supply cord to the right side. Pull the supply cord taunt through the loops (Refer to Cord Routing Change, Figure 31) and route the cord down.

STEP 13. To attach and prevent damage to the front grille align the cord notch over the cord and center the fresh air lever, then align and tighten the four (4) captive screws as indicated by the arrows in Figure 29. Before closing the front panel, be sure the filter is in place. Make sure curtains do not block the side air intakes.

STEP 14. Refer to the Control Panel Operation section for instructions.

STEP 15. You are now ready to control the comfort level of the room.

Use Tool Provided

Please use the provided tool to attach the decorative front to the chassis.

Figure 29

USE HAND TOOLS

DO NOT OVER TIGHTEN

B

LOCATION OF GRILLE

REMOVAL TOOL

FRR053

Figure 30

POWER CORD

CLIP

NOTE: WHEN INSTALLING THE CHASSIS

SEAL GASKET; BEGIN AT EITHER BOTTOM

CORNER AND GO UP THE SIDE & ACROSS

THE TOP & DOWN THE OPPOSITE SIDE.

CHASSIS SEAL

GASKET (ITEM 13)

FRR024

33

Cord Routing Change

Unplug unit.

WARNING

Electrical Shock Hazard

Make sure your electrical receptacle has the same configuration as your air conditioner’s plug. If different, consult a Licensed Electrician.

Do not use plug adapters.

Do not use an extension cord.

Do not remove ground prong.

Always plug into a grounded 3 prong oulet. Failure to follow these instructions can result in death, fire, or electrical shock.

For convenience and optimum appearance the direction that the power cord exits the unit may be changed from left to right by following the procedure below. Select the exit location on the left or right based on proximity to the power outlet.

Figure 31

ELECTRICAL

CONTROL PANEL

NOTE:

DECORATIVE FRONT REMOVED USE TOOL PROVIDED. (SEE FIGURE 29 FOR LOCATION OF TOOL).

FRR054

Remove 3 screws as shown from the electrical control panel. Save to reinstall later.

Figure 32

ELECTRICAL CONTROL

PANEL SCREWS (3)

FRR055

34

STEP 16. Carefully pull out electrical control panel 1", but not all the way.

Figure 33

1 INCH

FRR056

STEP 17. Pull electrical cord strain relief downward until free and rotate 90 degrees to the right.

Figure 34

 

90°

 

ELECTRICAL CORD

 

STRAIN RELIEF

FRR057

STEP 18. Push electrical cord strain relief back upward into the electrical control panel.

Figure 35

ENSURE THE ELECTRICAL CORD STRAIN RELIEF IS FLUSH WITH THE TOP OF ELECTRICAL CONTROL PANEL

FRR058

STEP 19. Carefully push electrical control panel back into chassis.

Figure 36

ELECTRICAL

CONTROL PANEL

FRR059

STEP 20. Reinstall the 3 screws removed earlier to secure electrical control panel.

Figure 37

ELECTRICAL CONTROL PANEL SCREWS (3)

(RETAINED FROM STEP 1)

FRR060

STEP 21. If running power cord to the right of the unit install the cord into the cord retainer clips along the bottom front of the unit.

Figure 38

CORD RETAINER

CLIPS

POWER

CORD

FRONT

GRILLE

FRR061

35

Through-the-WallInstallation

The following instructions apply to wood, masonry, brick, concrete or cinder block wall construction.

STEP 1. Follow steps 1, 2, 3, and 4 of the "STANDARD WINDOW INSTALLATION" instructions beginning on page 25.

STEP 2. CABINET PREPARATION – Remove the sill plate from the cabinet by removing two (4) nuts and screws (Figure 39). Note that the chassis retainer is secured by a right side nut and screw (Detail A, Figure 39). Bend the tabs of the sill plate down into its channel at both ends of the plate or cut them off (Detail B, Figure 39) Rotate the sill plate 180°(end-to-end,Detail B, Figure 39) and reinstall. Reverse the orientation of the nuts and screws, so that the head of the screws are on the underside of cabinet facing up and the nuts are on top (Detail C, Figure 39). Ensure that the chassis retainer is reinstalled as shown in the detail.

NOTICE

The outside cabinet condenser air intake louvers MUST NOT BE BLOCKED by extra thick walls.

STEP 3. WALL PREPARATION – The maximum wall thickness permissible without special construction is determined by the model size to be installed. Observe the maximum wall thickness shown in Figure 40. Walls exceeding the maximum thickness shown in the chart, should be altered as shown in Figure 40.

STEP 4. CHECKING WIRING AND PLUMBING – Check for wiring and plumbing inside and outside of the wall to be sure none will be damaged when the cabinet framework is being constructed.

STEP 5. OPENING CONSTRUCTION – Depending upon size of unit to be installed, lay out the hole dimensions per Table 3. Cut

construction is typical frame or 2” x 4” studding with brick or stone veneers, locate the opening next to one of the studs. For masonry, concrete or cinder block walls, locate opening for your convenience (See Figures 41, 42, and 43).

A

B

Table 3

FINISHED

SMALL

MEDIUM

LARGE

DIMENSION

CHASSIS

CHASSIS

CHASSIS

A

16 3 16"

18 3 16"

20 3 8"

B

26 3 16"

26 3 16"

28 1 4"

size.

36

Figure 39

CABINET

SILL PLATE

BEFORE

CABINET

SCREW

(4 REQUIRED)

NOTE: HOLES IN SILL

PLATE MOVED TO

BACK SIDE

AFTER

NUT

(4 REQUIRED)

DETAIL A

TURN SILL PLATE

END TO END

 

 

 

NUT

DETAIL C

 

 

 

(4 REQUIRED)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

DETAIL B

SCREW

 

 

 

 

(4 REQUIRED)

 

 

 

BEND TABS DOWN

NOTE: SCREW AND NUT

 

 

 

ORIENTATION NOW REVERSED.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

FRR026

Figure 40

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

TOP VIEW

A

MAXIMUM WALL THICKNESS

 

CONDITIONED

 

ROOM SIDE AIR

 

 

CONDENSER AIR

 

 

 

INTAKE LOUVERS

 

 

 

 

TOP VIEW SHOWING

2" MINIMUM

 

 

 

BOTH SIDES

 

 

 

BEVELED SIDES FOR

CONDENSER AIR

 

 

 

AIR INTAKE.

 

 

 

WALL BELOW UNIT MUST

INTAKE LOUVERS

 

 

 

BE BEVELED ALSO.

 

 

MODEL

A

 

CONDENSER AIR

 

 

 

 

OUTLET / REJECTED

 

SMALL CHASSIS

7-3/8”

 

HEATED AIR

 

 

 

MEDIUM CHASSIS

7-3/8”

NOTE: CONDENSER AIR INLETS AND OUTLETS

LARGE CHASSIS

15-1/8”

MUST BE UNOBSTRUCTED TO AVOID THE

RECIRCULATION OF REJECTED HEATED AIR.

 

 

 

 

FRR027

37

Figure 41

CAULK ALL SIDES

INSIDE AND OUTSIDE

CABINET

SHIM TO FILL IN VOID AT THE

TOP AND SIDES WITH WOOD

AS REQUIRED.

ELECTRICAL RECEPTACLE

(SEE FIG. 42 FOR LOCATION NOTE)

FRR028

Figure 42

CAULK ALL SIDES

INSIDE AND OUTSIDE

CABINET

SHIM TO FILL IN VOID AT THE

TOP AND SIDES WITH WOOD

AS REQUIRED.

ELECTRICAL RECEPTACLE

(SEE FIG. 42 FOR LOCATION NOTE)

FRR029

Figure 43

CAULK ALL SIDES

INSIDE AND OUTSIDE

CABINET

MORTAR

POINT “Y”

From Point "X" Small/Medium

 

Large

115V

69”

 

N/A

 

 

 

 

 

 

230V

45”

 

45”

 

 

 

 

 

 

From Point "Y" Small/Medium

 

Large

115V

45”

 

N/A

 

 

 

 

230V

21”

 

20”

 

 

 

 

 

 

ELECTRICAL

RECEPTACLE

POINT “X”

FRR030

38

STEP 6. Slide the cabinet into the hole far enough to allow theguide-channelof the sill plate to contact the inside wall surface (Figure 21).

STEP 7. Drill three (3) 5/32” diameter pilot holes (use thesill-plateholes as a guide) into the frame and install three (3) #12 x 2" long screws (Item 4) (Figure 21).

NOTE: Alternate fasteners are required when securing the sill plate or support brackets to material other than wood (cinder block, brick, masonry or concrete). These items can be purchased at your local hardware store.

EXPANSION ANCHOR BOLT

MOLLY OR TOGGLE BOLT

NOTE:

DO NOT LEVEL the cabinet from front to back. Make sure there

 

is approximately 3/8” to 1/2” slope (1/8 to 1/4 bubble on the level)

 

toward the outside of the house.

STEP 8.

Drill two (2) 5/32" diameter pilot holes in each cabinet side

 

at the locations shown (Figure 21) and install four (4) #12 x

 

2" screws (Item 4). Provided that Step 5 (hole construction)

 

provides a sturdy mount with solid vertical studs, support

 

brackets may not be required. The installation must support

 

the weight of the unit plus an additional weight of 400 pounds

 

on the rear of the cabinet. If support brackets (Item 1) are

 

available, they can be installed as shown in Figure 21.

STEP 9.

Complete the installation by following steps 12 through 15

 

of “STANDARD WINDOW INSTALLATION” instructions,

 

page 25.

Figure 44

TRIM MOULDING

3"

4"

SCREW #12 x 2" LONG (USE 3) (ITEM 4)

SILL PLATE GUIDE CHANNEL

INSIDE WALL SURFACE

CAULK ALL SIDES WEATHER TIGHT

INSIDE AND OUTSIDE

3/8" SLOPE DOWN

NOTE: SUPPORT BRACKET MAY BE

OMITTED FROM THROUGH-THE-WALL

INSTALLATIONS IF THE CABINET IS

SECURED AS FOLLOWS. DRILL TWO

HOLES IN EACH SIDE AND INSTALL 4

FASTENERS (2 EACH SIDE). USE #12 x 2"

SCREWS, (ITEM 4).

TOGGLE BOLTS OR EXPANSION BOLTS

MAY BE REQUIRED.

CABINET

SUPPORT BRACKETS

SCREW #12 x 2" LONG

DRILL 5/32" DIA. PILOT HOLES.

FRR031

39

Final Inspection & Start-upChecklist

Inspect and ensure that all components and accessories have been installed properly and that they have not been damaged during the installation progress.

Check the condensate water drain(s) to ensure that they are adequate for the removal of condensate water, and that they meet the approval of the end user.

Ensure that all installation instructions concerning clearances around

indoor coil, and outdoor coil are free from any obstructions.

Ensure that the circuit breaker(s) or fuse(s) and supply circuit wire size have been sized correctly. If the unit was supplied with a power supply cord, insure that it is stored properly.

Ensure that the entire installation is in compliance with all applicable national and local codes and ordinances having jurisdiction.

Secure components and accessories, such as a decorative front cover.

Start the unit and check for proper operation of all components in each mode of operation.

Instruct the owner or operator of the units operation, and the manufacturer's Routine Maintenance.

NOTE: A log for recording the dates of maintenance and/or service is recommended.

Present the owner or operator of the equipment with the Installation & Operation Manual, all accessory installation instructions, and the name, address and telephone number of the Authorized Friedrich Warranty Service Company in the area for future reference if necessary.

This is a warm weather appliance

Your air conditioner is designed to cool in warm weather when the outside temperature is above 60° F (15.6° C) and below 115° F (46.1° C), so it won't cool a room if it is already cool outside. If you want to cool a room in the spring or fall, select the FAN ONLYmode and set the Fresh Air/Exhaust air control to Fresh Air. This will bring in a supply of cooler outside air.

Condensation is normal

Air conditioners actually pump the heat and humidity from your room to the outside. Humidity becomes water, and your air conditioner will use most of the water to keep the outside coil cool. If there is excessive humidity, there may be excess water that will drip outside. This is normal operation.

Frosting

ONLYand the frost will disappear. Setting the thermostat a little warmer will probably prevent the frosting from recurring.

Noises

All air conditioners make some noise. Friedrich units are designed to operate as quietly as possible. An air conditioner mounted in a wall is quieter than one mounted in a window. It is important to ensure that the chassis seal gasket (Item 13) is properly installed (refer to installation instructions).

Heat pumps operate differently

If your unit is a "Y", or heat pump model, there are some things that you will want to be aware of. Some functions of a heat pump differ from your unit when it is used for heating:

1.It is normal for ice to form on the outdoor coil of the heat pump. Moisture in the outside air, passing over the coil when very cold, will form ice.

2.If the outdoor temperature drops below 37° F (3° C), your heat pump will automatically turn on the electric resistance heat. When the temperature rises to 40° F (4° C), the compressor will resume the heat pump operation. If your unit is a 115 volt model (YS10), it is designed for use in warmer climates and does not have an electrical heat feature, and will not provide adequate heat below 37° F (2.8° C).

Control Panel Battery Change Procedure

Remove the grille, by loosening four (4) captive screws (See Figure 45). In the upper left corner, remove one (1) screw on the battery retaining door (See Figure 46). Remove and replace the battery (CR2450). Reinstall the battery retaining door. Align the grille guide pins then tighten the four

Clean or replace it as necessary.

Figure 45

USE HAND TOOLS

DO NOT OVER TIGHTEN

1. USE HAND TOOLS WHEN INSTALLING AND

REMOVING FRONT PANEL.

DO NOT OVERTIGHTEN SCREWS.

2. DISCONNECT POWER AND FOLLOW ALL

LABELED WARNINGS WHEN FRONT PANEL

IS REMOVED.

FRR010

Figure 46

40

Routine Maintenance

monthly, and more frequently if conditions warrant. The unit must be turned

To Remove, Wash and Replace Filter

Coils & Chassis

NOTE: Do not use a caustic cleaning agent on coils or base pan.. Use a biodegradable cleaning agent and degreaser. The use of harsh cleaning materials may lead to deterioration of the

The indoor coil and outdoor coils and base pan should be inspected periodically (annually or semi-annually)and cleaned of all debris (lint, dirt, leaves, paper, etc.) as necessary. Under extreme conditions, more frequent cleaning may be required. Clean the coils and base pan with a soft brush and compressed air or vacuum. A pressure washer may also be used,

pack when pressure cleaning coils.

NOTE: It is extremely important to insure that none of the electrical and/or electronic parts of the unit get wet. Be sure to cover all electrical components to protect them from water or spray.

Decorative Front

Use a damp (not wet) cloth when cleaning the control area to prevent water from entering the unit, and possibly damaging the electronic control.

The decorative front and the cabinet can be cleaned with warm water and a mild liquid detergent. Do NOT use solvents or hydrocarbon based cleaners such as acetone, naphtha, gasoline, benzene, etc.

The indoor coil can be vacuumed with a dusting attachment if it appears to be dirty. DO NOT BEND FINS. The outdoor coil can be gently sprayed with a hose if you can get to it. If not, you might call your dealer for a more thorough cleaning when needed.

vacuuming with a dust attachment or by cleaning in the sink using warm

reinstalling. Use caution the coil surface can be sharp.

Fan Motor & Compressor

The fan motor & compressor are permanently lubricated, and require no additional lubrication.

Wall Sleeve

Inspect the inside of the wall sleeve and drain system periodically (annually or semi-annually)and clean as required. Under extreme conditions, more frequent cleaning may be necessary. Clean both of these areas with an antibacterial and antifungal cleaner. Rinse both items thoroughly with water and ensure that the drain outlets are operating correctly. Check the sealant around the sleeve and reseal areas as needed.

Service and Assistance

Before calling for service, please check the “Troubleshooting Tips” section

42 43

avoid unnecessary service calls, and save you the cost of a service call if the problem is not due to the product itself. If you have checked the “Basic Troubleshooting” section and still need help, it is available as follows:

our web site at www.friedrich.com.

If you require further assistance

You can call the Customer Support Call Center at 1-800-541-6645.

Before calling, please make sure that you have the complete model and serial number, and date of purchase of your equipment available. By providing us with this information, we will be better able to assist you.

Our specialists are able to assist you with:

Referrals to dealers, and distributors.

Use and Care Information.

Recommended maintenance procedures.

Installation information.

Referrals to Authorized Service Providers and Parts depots.

Available Accessories

DC-2Drain Kit – Part No. 01900235

In some installations, excess condensate water caused by extremely humid conditions, may result in an undesirable water drip such as on a patio or over an entryway. MODEL DC-2DRAIN KIT (Part No.01900-235)can be installed to drain excess condensation to an alternate location.

Carbon Filter Kits

The kits vary depending on the chassis size (small,medium, large). Each

KWCFS

KWCFM

KWCFL

FriedrichLink™ Adapter Accessory:

KWIFI - FriedrichLink™ Adapter Accessory for wireless control and additional programming options

Decorative Color Front Panel Kits:

The kits vary depending on the chassis size (small, medium, large.)

KWBGE(S/M/L)A- S/M/L Decorative Front Cover in Classic Beige

KWBLK(S/M/L)A - S/M/L Decorative Front Cover in Black Onyx

KWBLU(S/M/L)A - S/M/L Decorative Front Cover in Cobalt Blue

KWPNK(S/M/L)A - S/M/L Decorative Front Cover in Pink Diamond

KWRED(S/M/L)A- S/M/L Decorative Front Cover in Deep RedKWWHT(S/M/L)A- S/M/L Decorative Front Cover in Designer White

Window Installation Kits (Standard in Kühl Models withoutHeat)

KWIKS – For all ES and YS models.

KWIKM – For all EM and YM models.

KWIKL – For all EL and YL models.

See www.friedrich.com for additional accessories for your unit.

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Troubleshooting Tips

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The unit is turned to the off position,

 

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temperature setting (as appropriate) to call for

 

 

 

 

operation.

 

 

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Plug into a properly grounded 3 prong receptacle.

 

 

 

 

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proper receptacle type for your unit.

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button latches and remains in) to resume operation.

 

 

The circuit breaker has tripped or

 

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the supply circuit fuse has blown.

 

applicable. If the problem continues, contact a

 

 

 

 

licensed electrician.

 

 

There has been a local power

 

The unit will resume normal operation once power

 

 

failure.

 

has been restored.

 

 

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The unit requires a dedicated outlet circuit, not

 

 

the same circuit.

 

shared with other appliances.

 

 

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other air conditioner.

 

The circuit breaker or time-delay

 

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fuse is not of the proper rating.

 

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for your unit. If the problem continues, contact a

 

 

 

 

licensed electrician.

 

 

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button pops out) due to disturbances

 

button latches and remains in) to resume normal

 

 

on your power supply line.

 

operation.

 

 

Electrical overload, overheating, or

 

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from the product manufacturer and must not be repaired.

 

 

 

 

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blocked.

 

are not blocked by curtains, blinds, furniture, etc.

 

 

Windows or doors to the outside are

 

Ensure that all windows and doors are closed.

 

 

open.

 

 

 

 

The temperature is not set at a cool

 

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warmer setting as necessary.

 

 

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remove obstruction.

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dirty or obstructed.

 

remove obstruction.

 

 

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(cooking, showers, etc.) in the room.

 

or bathing and, if possible, try not to use heat

 

 

 

 

producing appliances during the hottest part of the

 

 

 

 

day.

 

 

The temperature of the room you

 

 

 

 

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off a very hot room.

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cooling mode when the outside temperature is

 

 

 

 

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and the unit may be damaged.

 

 

The digital control is set to fan

 

Since the fan does not circulate the room air

 

 

cycling mode.

 

continuously at this setting, the room air does not

 

 

 

 

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Using the continuous fan setting is recommended

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to obtain optimum comfort levels.

 

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cooling capacity to match the heat

 

 

 

 

 

 

gain of the room.

 

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multiple rooms.

 

 

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heating capacity to match the heat

 

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loss of the room.

 

 

 

 

 

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air conditioners may not be able to be used as a

 

 

 

 

primary source of heat.

 

 

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If there are heat producing appliances in use in the

 

 

heat load in the room.

 

room, or if the room is heavily occupied, the unit will

 

 

 

 

need to run longer to remove the additional heat.

 

 

It may also be due to an improperly

 

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or bathing and, if possible, try not to use heat

 

 

 

 

producing appliances during the hottest part of the

 

 

 

 

day.

 

 

This may be normal for higher

 

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new air conditioner may result in the unit running

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longer than you feel it should. This may be more

 

 

 

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model. The actual energy usage, however, will be

 

 

 

 

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air temperature of your new air

 

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conditioner may not seem as cold

 

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as you may be accustomed to from

 

 

 

 

older units. This does not, however,

 

 

 

 

indicate a reduction in the cooling

 

 

 

 

capacity of the unit.

 

 

Addendum 1

Schedule Table with Energy Saving Values

Residen al Schedule

Period

Sun

 

Mon

 

Tues

 

Wed

 

Thur

 

Fri

 

Sat

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Start Time

600

Start Time

600

Start Time

600

Start Time

600

Start Time

600

Start Time

600

Start Time

600

 

System Mode

Cool

System Mode

Cool

System Mode

Cool

System Mode

Cool

System Mode

Cool

System Mode

Cool

System Mode

Cool

1

Fan Mode

Auto

Fan Mode

Auto

Fan Mode

Auto

Fan Mode

Auto

Fan Mode

Auto

Fan Mode

Auto

Fan Mode

Auto

Fan Speed

Low

Fan Speed

Low

Fan Speed

Low

Fan Speed

Low

Fan Speed

Low

Fan Speed

Low

Fan Speed

Low

 

 

Set Point Cool

78

Set Point Cool

78

Set Point Cool

78

Set Point Cool

78

Set Point Cool

78

Set Point Cool

78

Set Point Cool

78

 

Set Point Heat

70

Set Point Heat

70

Set Point Heat

70

Set Point Heat

70

Set Point Heat

70

Set Point Heat

70

Set Point Heat

70

 

Start Time

800

Start Time

800

Start Time

800

Start Time

800

Start Time

800

Start Time

800

Start Time

800

 

System Mode

Cool

System Mode

Cool

System Mode

Cool

System Mode

Cool

System Mode

Cool

System Mode

Cool

System Mode

Cool

2

Fan Mode

Auto

Fan Mode

Auto

Fan Mode

Auto

Fan Mode

Auto

Fan Mode

Auto

Fan Mode

Auto

Fan Mode

Auto

Fan Speed

Low

Fan Speed

Low

Fan Speed

Low

Fan Speed

Low

Fan Speed

Low

Fan Speed

Low

Fan Speed

Low

 

 

Set Point Cool

85

Set Point Cool

85

Set Point Cool

85

Set Point Cool

85

Set Point Cool

85

Set Point Cool

85

Set Point Cool

85

 

Set Point Heat

62

Set Point Heat

62

Set Point Heat

62

Set Point Heat

62

Set Point Heat

62

Set Point Heat

62

Set Point Heat

62

 

Start Time

1800

Start Time

1800

Start Time

1800

Start Time

1800

Start Time

1800

Start Time

1800

Start Time

1800

 

System Mode

Cool

System Mode

Cool

System Mode

Cool

System Mode

Cool

System Mode

Cool

System Mode

Cool

System Mode

Cool

3

Fan Mode

Auto

Fan Mode

Auto

Fan Mode

Auto

Fan Mode

Auto

Fan Mode

Auto

Fan Mode

Auto

Fan Mode

Auto

Fan Speed

Low

Fan Speed

Low

Fan Speed

Low

Fan Speed

Low

Fan Speed

Low

Fan Speed

Low

Fan Speed

Low

 

 

Set Point Cool

78

Set Point Cool

78

Set Point Cool

78

Set Point Cool

78

Set Point Cool

78

Set Point Cool

78

Set Point Cool

78

 

Set Point Heat

70

Set Point Heat

70

Set Point Heat

70

Set Point Heat

70

Set Point Heat

70

Set Point Heat

70

Set Point Heat

70

 

Start Time

2200

Start Time

2200

Start Time

2200

Start Time

2200

Start Time

2200

Start Time

2200

Start Time

2200

 

System Mode

Cool

System Mode

Cool

System Mode

Cool

System Mode

Cool

System Mode

Cool

System Mode

Cool

System Mode

Cool

4

Fan Mode

Auto

Fan Mode

Auto

Fan Mode

Auto

Fan Mode

Auto

Fan Mode

Auto

Fan Mode

Auto

Fan Mode

Auto

Fan Speed

Low

Fan Speed

Low

Fan Speed

Low

Fan Speed

Low

Fan Speed

Low

Fan Speed

Low

Fan Speed

Low

 

 

Set Point Cool

82

Set Point Cool

82

Set Point Cool

82

Set Point Cool

82

Set Point Cool

82

Set Point Cool

82

Set Point Cool

82

 

Set Point Heat

62

Set Point Heat

62

Set Point Heat

62

Set Point Heat

62

Set Point Heat

62

Set Point Heat

62

Set Point Heat

62

Commercial Schedule

Period

Sun

 

Mon

 

Tues

 

Wed

 

Thur

 

Fri

 

Sat

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Start Time

700

Start Time

700

Start Time

700

Start Time

700

Start Time

700

Start Time

700

Start Time

700

 

System Mode

Cool

System Mode

Cool

System Mode

Cool

System Mode

Cool

System Mode

Cool

System Mode

Cool

System Mode

Cool

1

Fan Mode

Auto

Fan Mode

Auto

Fan Mode

Auto

Fan Mode

Auto

Fan Mode

Auto

Fan Mode

Auto

Fan Mode

Auto

Fan Speed

Med

Fan Speed

Med

Fan Speed

Med

Fan Speed

Med

Fan Speed

Med

Fan Speed

Med

Fan Speed

Med

 

 

Set Point Cool

84

Set Point Cool

75

Set Point Cool

75

Set Point Cool

75

Set Point Cool

75

Set Point Cool

75

Set Point Cool

84

 

Set Point Heat

62

Set Point Heat

70

Set Point Heat

70

Set Point Heat

70

Set Point Heat

70

Set Point Heat

70

Set Point Heat

62

 

Start Time

1800

Start Time

1800

Start Time

1800

Start Time

1800

Start Time

1800

Start Time

1800

Start Time

1800

 

System Mode

Cool

System Mode

Cool

System Mode

Cool

System Mode

Cool

System Mode

Cool

System Mode

Cool

System Mode

Cool

2

Fan Mode

Auto

Fan Mode

Auto

Fan Mode

Auto

Fan Mode

Auto

Fan Mode

Auto

Fan Mode

Auto

Fan Mode

Auto

Fan Speed

Med

Fan Speed

Med

Fan Speed

Med

Fan Speed

Med

Fan Speed

Med

Fan Speed

Med

Fan Speed

Med

 

 

Set Point Cool

84

Set Point Cool

84

Set Point Cool

84

Set Point Cool

84

Set Point Cool

84

Set Point Cool

84

Set Point Cool

84

 

Set Point Heat

62

Set Point Heat

62

Set Point Heat

62

Set Point Heat

62

Set Point Heat

62

Set Point Heat

62

Set Point Heat

62

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