Fig. 1 - Heat Recovery Manual Carrier HRVXXSHB1100 Performance Ventilator

Fig. 1 - Heat Recovery Manual Carrier HRVXXSHB1100 Performance Ventilator

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Fig. 1 - Heat Recovery Ventilators - Page 1

ERV(CC/BB)LHA, ERVXXLHB ERV(CC/BB/XX)SHB, ERV(CC/BB/XX)SVB HRV(CC/BB)LHA, HRVXXLHB HRV(CC/BB/XX)LVU, HRVXXSVU HRV(CC/BB/XX)SHB, HRV(CC/BB/XX)SVB Owner’s Guide Energy Recovery Ventilators & Heat Recovery Ventilators HRVBBLHA, HRVCCLHA, HRVXXLHB ERVCCLHA, ERVBBLHA, ERVXXLHB HRVBBSVU, HRVCCSVU, HRVXXSVU HRVBBLVU, HRVCCLVU, HRVXXLVU HRVBBSVB, HRVCCSVB ERVBBSVB, ERVCCSVB, ERVXXSVB HRVBBSHB, HRVCCSHB ERVCCSHB, ERVBBSHB, ERVXXSHB A12308 Fig. 1 - Heat Recovery Ventilators NOTE TO EQUIPMENT OWNER: For your convenience, please record the model and serial numbers of your new equipment in the spa..

PURPOSE OF THE VENTILATION - Page 2

2 PURPOSE OF THE VENTILATION SYSTEM Your ventilation system is designed to provide fresh air to your home while exhausting stale air from your home. By eliminating accumulated pollutants and humidity, it maintains an optimum air quality and an ideal relative humidity. A12282 Fig. 2 - Typical Installation NOTES : 1. Typical installation shown with a forced air system, which can also operate on its own. 2. Installation may vary according to the model number and the position (normal or reverse) in which the unit is in- stalled. HEAT RECOVERY Your ventilation system is equipped with a heat reco..

Boot Sequence of Integrated Control - Page 3

3 SAFETY CONSIDERATIONS Recognize safety information. This is the safety-alert symbol When you see this symbol on the unit and in instructions or manuals, be alert to the potential for personal injury. Understand these signal words; DANGER, WARNING, and CAUTION. These words are used with the safety-alert symbol. DANGER identifies the most serious hazards which will result in severe personal injury or death. WARNING signifies hazards which could result in personal injury or death. CAUTION is used to identify unsafe practices which would result in minor personal injury or product and property..

Optional Auxiliary Wall Contr - Page 4

4 Optional Auxiliary Wall Contr ols Dehumidistat In fall, winter and spring: Adjust the knob to the desired maximum humidity level. NOTE : Do not select a humidity level below 30%. This could lead to excessive dryness in the air causing discomfort for the occupants. In summer: Adjust the knob to the “SUMMER” position. A12311 Fig. 8 - Dehumidistat 20-Minute Lighted Push-Button ON A12312 Fig. 9 - 20-Minute Lighted Push-Button Press once to activate the push-button. The unit will operate on high speed for 20 minutes and the indicator will light up. To stop activation before the end of the ..

Every Three Months - Page 5

5 unit will exchange on high speed with the outside until the desired humidity level has been reached. S When “MAX” (maximum speed) is selected, the unit will exchange on high speed with the outside either if the knob is set below or above the click. 2. To turn off the unit , slide the switch at the “OFF” position. Adjusting DEHUMIDISTAT Setting during summer months: During this period, unless being afflicted with breathing problems, using the Dehumidistat is unnecessary. Set the slide switch to “OFF”. (Do not exchange in day time; exchange at night time, if cool outside, or if ..

Replacement Parts and Repairs - Page 6

6 S Shake the core to remove excess water and let it dry. 2. Clean blower assembly. S Remove dust using a vacuum cleaner with a soft brush attachment. 3. Reassemble the components. 4. Reconnect power supply. BEFORE YOU REQUEST A SERVICE CALL S Check the main power disconnect switch. Verify that the circuit breakers are ON or that fuses have not blown. If you must reset breakers or replace fuses, do so only once. Contact your servicing dealer for assistance if the breakers trip or the fuses blow a second time. S Check for sufficient airflow. Check air filters for accumulations of large parti..

ERV(CC/BB)LHA, ERVXXLHB
ERV(CC/BB/XX)SHB, ERV(CC/BB/XX)SVB
HRV(CC/BB)LHA, HRVXXLHB
HRV(CC/BB/XX)LVU, HRVXXSVU
HRV(CC/BB/XX)SHB, HRV(CC/BB/XX)SVB
Owner’s Guide
Energy Recovery Ventilators
& Heat Recovery Ventilators
HRVBBLHA, HRVCCLHA, HRVXXLHB
ERVCCLHA, ERVBBLHA, ERVXXLHB
HRVBBSVU, HRVCCSVU,
HRVXXSVU
HRVBBLVU, HRVCCLVU,
HRVXXLVU
HRVBBSVB, HRVCCSVB
ERVBBSVB, ERVCCSVB, ERVXXSVB
HRVBBSHB, HRVCCSHB
ERVCCSHB, ERVBBSHB, ERVXXSHB
A12308
Fig. 1 - Heat Recovery Ventilators
NOTE TO EQUIPMENT OWNER:
For your convenience, please record the model and serial numbers of your new equipment in the spaces
provided. This information, along with the installation data and dealer contact information will be helpful
should your system require maintenance or service.
VENTILATOR
Model # _____________________________________
Serial # ______________________________________
ACCESSORIES (List type and model #)
_____________________________________________
_____________________________________________
_____________________________________________
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INSTALLATION INFORMATION:
Date Installed ________________________________
DEALERSHIP CONTACT INFORMATION:
Company Name_______________________________
Address______________________________________
_____________________________________________
Phone Number _______________________________
Technician Name _____________________________
_____________________________________________
NOTE TO INSTALLER:
This manual must be left with the equipment owner.