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428 02 5000 03 10/18/16 HOME OWNER’S INFORMATION Split System Heat Pump Our products are designed, tested and built in accordance with DOE standardized procedures; however, actual operating results and efficiencies may vary based on manufacturing and supplier tolerances, equipment configuration, operating conditions and installation practices. THERMOSTAT Your Heat Pump is controlled by the thermostat mounted on your wall. The thermostat is a highly sensitive low voltage device and is available in several different configurations from different manufacturers. The details listed below are t..

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HOME OWNER’S INFORMATION
Split System Heat Pump
Our products are designed, tested and built in accordance with DOE standardized procedures; however, actual operating
results and efficiencies may vary based on manufacturing and supplier tolerances, equipment configuration, operating
conditions and installation practices.
THERMOSTAT
Your Heat Pump is controlled by the thermostat mounted on
your wall. The thermostat is a highly sensitive low voltage
device and is available in several different configurations from
different manufacturers. The details listed below are typical for
most
installations.
Ask
your
dealer
for
more
specific
information regarding the model of thermostat installed.
Heating Mode
Set the system selector switch to HEAT. The heat pump will
run until the actual room temperature is raised to the point
you have selected.
NOTE:
you may see
steam
periodically (may look like
smoke
”) coming from the outdoor unit during cold weather.
This is normal as frost is removed from the coil during the
defrost cycle.
Cooling Mode
Set the system selector switch toCOOL. Theheat pumpwill
run (as an air conditioner) until the actual room temperature
is lowered to the point you have selected.
Temperature Control
Set
the
temperature
selector
to
your
desired
room
temperature. For heating, the heat pump will run any time
the actual room temperature falls below the point you have
selected. For cooling, the heat pump will run (as an air
conditioner) any time the actual room temperature rises
above the point you have selected.
Fan Control
The
fan
selector
switch
allows
you
to
run
the
fan
continuously or cycle it automatically with the heating or
coolingsystem. Set the selector switch toON for continuous
operation or to AUTO for automatic cycling. For maximum
comfort satisfaction, continuous fan operation throughout
the year is recommended (selector switch set to ON).
WHAT TO DO IF YOUR SYSTEM DOES
NOT WORK
Before Requesting a Service Call:
1. Check thermostat settings. If you desireheat, makesure
to
select
a
temperature
above
the
actual
room
temperature, and set the system selector switch to
HEAT. If you desire cooling, make sure to select a
temperature below the actual room temperature, andset
the system selector switch to COOL.
2. Inspect your return air filter. Replace a dirty filter or clean
a reusable type filter.
3. Check circuit breakers and/or fuses. Reset breakers or
replace fuses as necessary.
4. Inspect thecoils andfins onthe outdoor unit. Cleanaway
any obstructions (grass clippings, leaves, dirt, dust, or
lint). Check that branches, twigs, or other debris are not
obstructing the fan blade.
If your system still does not operate, contact
your servicing dealer.
Have the Model and Serial Numbers of the indoor and
outdoor units available and be sure to describe the problem.
REGULAR MAINTENANCE
REQUIREMENTS
Your system should be regularly inspected by a qualified
service technician. Between visits, there are some routine
maintenance procedures you can do to help keep your
system operating at peak performance.
!
WARNING
ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARD
Failureto turn off electrical power could result in per-
sonal injury or death.
Turn OFF all electrical power to both the indoor and
outdoor units before performing any maintenanceor
removing any panels or doors. There may be more
than one electrical disconnect switch.
Indoor Unit Air Filter
Inspect air filters at least monthly and replace or clean as
required.
Disposable
type
filters
should
be
replaced.
Reusable type filters may be cleaned by soaking in mild
detergent and rinsing with cold water. Install filters with the
arrows on the side pointing in the direction of air flow.
Dirty
air
filters
are
the
most
common
cause
of
inadequate heating or cooling performance, and of
compressor failures.
Condensate Drain
The indoor coil condenses water from the air, and this water
must be disposed through an appropriate drain system.
During the cooling season check at least monthly for free
flow of drainage and clean if necessary.
Outdoor Unit Coils
Grass clippings, leaves, dirt, dust, lint from clothes dryers,
and fall- off from trees can be drawn into coils by movement
of the air. Clogged outdoor coils will lower the efficiency of
your unit andcould causedamage tothe compressor. Clean
debris away from the outdoor coils.
Use a soft bristle brush with light pressure only. Do not
damage or bend coil fins. Damaged or bent fins may affect
unit operation.
Painted Surfaces
In
geographical
areas
where
the
water
has
a
high
concentration of minerals (calcium, iron, sulfur, etc.) it is
recommended that lawn sprinklers not be allowed to spray
on the unit. Spraying this type of water on theunit may result
in premature deterioration of the paint finish and metal
components.
Never use a weather cover on a heat pump unit, as the unit
runs throughout the year. If a cover is used during lengthy
off cycles, makesurethecover is breathablefabric anddoes
not hold moisture that could cause rust and damage.