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ServiceInstructionsCKL, CLJ, CRT, CLT, TWC, CLQ & HDCSplit System Remote Coolers andCPLE, CPLJ, CPRT, CPLT & HDPSplit System Remote Heat Pumpswith R-22 RefrigerantBlowers, Coils, & AccessoriesThis manual is to be used by qualified, professionally trained HVACtechnicians only. Goodman does not assume any responsibility forproperty damage or personal injury for improper service proceduresor services performed by an unqualified person.RS6200004May 2006

INDEXIMPORTANT INFORMATION . 4SYSTEM OPERATION . 72PRODUCT IDENTIFICATION . 6COOLING . 72HEAT PUMPS AND COOLERS . 6COOLING CYCLE . 72COILS . 9HEATING CYCLE . 72AIR HANDLERS . 10DEFROST CYCLE . 73ACCESSORIES . 13FAN OPERATION . 73PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS . 17OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS . 74CKL . 20SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE . 134CKL090-120 . 27ONCE A MONTH . 134CLJ . 30ONCE A YEAR . 131CLT . 37TEST EQUIPMENT . 131CRT . 41COOLING & HEATING PERFORMANCE TEST . 131TWC . 46SERVICING . 132HDC . 48COOLING /HEAT PUMP- SERVICE ANALYSIS GUIDE . 132CPLE . 49S-1Checking Voltage . 134CPLE090-120 . 55S-2Checking Wiring . 134CPLJ . 58S-3Checking Thermostat, Wiring & Anticipator . 135CPRT . 62S-3A Thermostat & Wiring . 135CPLT . 67S-3B Cooling Anticipator . 135HDP . 70S-3C Heating Anticipator . 135UC . 71S-3D Checking Encoded Thermostats . 136H . 74S-4Checking Transformer & Control Circuit . 137HT . 75S-5Checking Cycle Protector . 137CAUF . 77S-6Checking Time Delay Relay . 137CAPF . 78S-7Checking Contactor and/or Relays . 138CHPF . 79S-8Checking Contactor Contacts . 138A18-61 . 83S-9Checking Fan Relay Contact . 138AR . 86S-12Checking High Pressure Control . 139AR COMMERCIAL SERIES . 88S-13Checking Low Pressure Control . 139AH . 91S-15Checking Capacitor . 139AC . 93S-15A Resistance Check . 140ACHP . 96S-15B Capacitance Check . 140AWB . 97S-16A Checking Fan & Blower MotorARUF . 100Windings (PSC Motors) . 141ARPF . 103S-16B Checking Fan & Blower Motor (ECM Motors) . 141ARPT . 105S-16C Checking ECM Motor Windings . 144AER . 107S-16D ECM CFM Adjustments . 144AEPT . 111S-17WMC . 117S-17A Resistance Test . 145WMH . 119S-17B Ground Test . 146LOCATION AND CLEARANCES . 39S-17D Operation Test . 146PRODUCT DESIGN . 67S-182Checking Compressor Windings . 145Testing Crankcase Heater (optional item) . 147

INDEX (Cont.)S-21Checking Reversing Valve Solenoid . 147S-111 Fixed Orifice Restriction Devices . 158S-24Testing Defrost Timer Board . 147S-112 Checking Restricted Liquid Line . 158S-25Testing Defrost Control . 148S-113 Refrigerant Overcharge . 158S-26Checking Heater Limit Control(s) . 148S-114 Non-condensables . 158S-27Checking Heater Elements . 148S-115 Compressor Burnout . 159S-40A, AR*F Electronic Blower Time Delay . 148S-120 Refrigerant Piping . 159S-41AER, AEPT with Single SpeedS-122 Replacing Reversing Valve . 161Air Conditioning and Heat Pump . 150S-202 Duct Static PressureS-60Electric Heater (optional item) . 151& Static Pressure Drop Across Coils . 162S-61A Checking Heater Limit Control(S) . 152S-203 Air Handler External Static . 162S-61B Checking Heater Fuse Line . 152S-204 Coil Static Pressure Drop . 162S-62Checking Heater Elements . 152WIRING DIAGRAMS . 163S-100 Refrigeration Repair Practice . 152AFE 18-60/18-60A . 163S-101 Leak Testing . 153CKL90-120 . 167S-102 Evacuation . 153CPLE, CPLJ, CRPT, CPLT . 168S-103 Charging . 154CPLE90-120 . 169S-104 Checking Compressor Efficiency . 155CLQ, CLJ, CKL, CRT, CLT . 170S-105BThermostatic Expansion Valve . 155WMH, HDP . 171S-106 Overfeeding . 155AR18-61 . 172S-107 Underfeeding . 155AR*F AIR HANDLER . 175S-108 Superheat . 156AR, ARUF, ARPF, ARPT18-60 . 176S-109 Checking Subcooling . 157AER, AEPT . 177S-110 Checking Expansion Valve Operation . 157WARNINGHIGH VOLTAGE!Disconnect ALL power before servicing or installing this unit. Multiple powersources may be present. Failure to do so may cause property damage, personalinjury or death.3

IMPORTANT INFORMATIONPride and workmanship go into every product to provide our customers with quality products. It is possible, however,that during its lifetime a product may require service. Products should be serviced only by a qualified service technicianwho is familiar with the safety procedures required in the repair and who is equipped with the proper tools, parts, testinginstruments and the appropriate service manual. REVIEW ALL SERVICE INFORMATION IN THE APPROPRIATESERVICE MANUAL BEFORE BEGINNING REPAIRS.IMPORTANT NOTICES FOR CONSUMERS AND SERVICERSRECOGNIZE SAFETY SYMBOLS, WORDS AND LABELSWARNINGWARNINGHazards or unsafe practices which could result inproperty damage, product damage, personal injuryor death.To prevent the risk of property damage, personalinjury, or death, do not store combustible materials oruse gasoline or other flammable liquids or vaporsin the vicinity of this appliance.WARNINGWARNINGDo not connect to or use any device that is not designcertified by Goodman for use with this unit. Seriousproperty damage, personal injury, reduced unitperformance and/or hazardous conditions may resultfrom the use of such non-approved devices.ONLY individuals meeting the requirements of an“Entry Level Technician” as specified by the AirConditioning and Refrigeration Institute (ARI) may usethis information. Attempting to install or repair thisunit without such background may result in productdamage, personal injury, or death.WARNINGGoodman will not be responsible for any injury or property damage arising from improper service or serviceprocedures. If you install or perform service on this unit, you assume responsibility for any personal injury or propertydamage which may result. Many jurisdictions require a license to install or service heating and air conditioningequipment.WARNINGThe United States Environmental Protection Agency ("EPA") has issued various regulations regarding the introductionand disposal of refrigerants introduced into this unit. Failure to follow these regulations may harm the environmentand can lead to the imposition of substantial fines. These regulations may vary by jurisdiction. A certified technicianmust perform the installation and service of this product. Should questions arise, contact your local EPA office.Violations of EPA regulations may result in fines or penalties.To locate an authorized servicer, please consult your telephone book or the dealer from whom youpurchased this product. For further assistance, please contact:CONSUMER INFORMATION LINEGOODMAN MANUFACTURING COMPANY, L.P. TOLL FREE1-877-254-4729 (U.S. only)email us at: [email protected] us at: (731) 856-1821(Not a technical assistance line for dealers.)Outside the U.S., call 1-713-861-2500. (Not a technical assistance line for dealers.)Your telephone company will bill you for the call.4

IMPORTANT INFORMATIONSAFE REFRIGERANT HANDLINGWhile these items will not cover every conceivable situation, they should serve as a useful guide.WARNINGRefrigerants are heavier than air. They can "push out"the oxygen in your lungs or in any enclosed space.Toavoid possible difficulty in breathing or death: Never purge refrigerant into an enclosed room orspace. By law, all refrigerants must be reclaimed. If an indoor leak is suspected, thoroughly ventilatethe area before beginning work. Liquid refrigerant can be very cold. To avoid possiblefrostbite or blindness, avoid contact with refrigerantand wear gloves and goggles. If liquid refrigerantdoes contact your skin or eyes, seek medical helpimmediately. Always follow EPA regulations. Never burn refrigerant, as poisonous gas will be produced.WARNINGTo avoid possible injury, explosion or death, practicesafe handling of refrigerants.WARNINGHIGH VOLTAGE!Disconnect ALL power before servicing or installingthis unit. Multiple power sources may be present.Failure to do so may cause property damage, personalinjury or death.WARNINGTo avoid possible explosion: Never apply flame or steam to a refrigerant cylinder.If you must heat a cylinder for faster charging,partially immerse it in warm water. Never fill a cylinder more than 80% full of liquidrefrigerant. Never add anything other than R-22 to an R-22 cylinderor R-410A to an R-410A cylinder. The service equipmentused must be listed or certified for the type ofrefrigerant used. Store cylinders in a cool, dry place. Never use acylinder as a platform or a roller.WARNINGTo avoid possible explosion, use only returnable (notdisposable) service cylinders when removing refrigerant from a system. Ensure the cylinder is free of damage which couldlead to a leak or explosion. Ensure the hydrostatic test date does not exceed5 years. Ensure the pressure rating meets or exceeds 400lbs.When in doubt, do not use cylinder.WARNINGSystem contaminants, improper service procedureand/or physical abuse affecting hermetic compressorelectrical terminals may cause dangerous systemventing.The successful development of hermetically sealed refrigeration compressors has completely sealed the compressor'smoving parts and electric motor inside a common housing,minimizing refrigerant leaks and the hazards sometimesassociated with moving belts, pulleys or couplings.Fundamental to the design of hermetic compressors is amethod whereby electrical current is transmitted to thecompressor motor through terminal conductors which passthrough the compressor housing wall. These terminals aresealed in a dielectric material which insulates them from thehousing and maintains the pressure tight integrity of thehermetic compressor. The terminals and their dielectricembedment are strongly constructed, but are vulnerable tocareless compressor installation or maintenance procedures and equally vulnerable to internal electrical shortcircuits caused by excessive system contaminants.In either of these instances, an electrical short between theterminal and the compressor housing may result in the lossof integrity between the terminal and its dielectric embedment. This loss may cause the terminals to be expelled,thereby venting the vaporous and liquid contents of thecompressor housing and system.A venting compressor terminal normally presents no dangerto anyone, providing the terminal protective cover is properlyin place.If, however, the terminal protective cover is not properly inplace, a venting terminal may discharge a combination of(a) hot lubricating oil and refrigerant(b) flammable mixture (if system is contaminatedwith air)in a stream of spray which may be dangerous to anyone in thevicinity. Death or serious bodily injury could occur.Under no circumstances is a hermetic compressor to beelectrically energized and/or operated without having theterminal protective cover properly in place.See Service Section S-17 for proper servicing.5

PRODUCT IDENTIFICATIONCONDENSING UNITSCLT24CLQ11241 PHASE1 PHASE24,000 BTUH24,000 BTUHCONDENSING LOUVERED13 SEERHDC12CONDENSING LOUVERED14 SEERTWC11811 PHASE1 PHASE12,000 BTUH18,000 BTUHHORIZONTAL DISHCARGECONDENSERCKL18THROUGH WALLCONDENSERCLJ1181 PHASE1 PHASE18,000 BTUH18,000 BTUHCONDENSING SERIESLOUVERED10 SEERCRT24CONDENSING LOUVERED12 SEER24,000 BTUHCONDENSING SERIEST 13 SEER61

PRODUCT IDENTIFICATIONHEAT PUMPSCPLECPLJ1181811 PHASE1 PHASE18,000 BTUH18,000 BTUHCONDENSING PUMPLOVERED EFFICIENCY10 SEERCPLTCPRT1361 PHASE36,000 BTUHCONDENSING PUMPLOVERED EFFICIENCYJ 12 SEERHDPCONDENSING PUMPLOVERED EFFICIENCYJ 12 SEER24XREVISION24,000 BTUHCONDENSINGHEAT PUMP REMOTESTYLE - T 13 SEER1212,000 BTUHHORIZONTAL DISHCARGEHEAT PUMP7

PRODUCT IDENTIFICATIONCONDENSING UNITSModelDescriptionCKL18-1201.5 to 10 Ton 10 SEER Condensing UnitsCLJ18-641.5 to 5 Ton 12 SEER Condensing UnitsCRT24-602 to 5 Ton 13 SEER Condensing UnitsCLT24-602 to 5 Ton 13 SEER Condensing UnitsCLQ24-602 to 5 Ton 14 SEER Condensing UnitsTWC18-302 to 5 Ton 10 SEER Condensing UnitsHDC12-24-1AHorizontal Discharge Air Cond. 1 thru 2 TonHEAT PUMPSDescriptonModelCPLE18-1201.5 to 5 Ton 10 SEER Heat Pump UnitsCPLJ18-601.5 to 5 Ton 12 SEER Heat Pump UnitsCPRT24-602 to 5 Ton 13 SEER Heat Pump UnitsCPLT24-602 to 5 Ton 13 SEER Heat Pump UnitsHDP12-24-1AHorizontal Discharge Heat Pump 1 thru 2 TonCOILSModel8DescriptionUC-18-62Uncased Upflow CoilU-18-62Cased Upflow CoilCAUF018-061A Coil Upflow/Downflow FlowratorCAPF018-060A Coil Upflow/Downflow Painted Cased FlowratorCAUX018-061A Coil Upflow/Downflow w/ TXVCAPX018-061A Coil Upflow/Downflow Painted Cased w/ TXVCHPF024-060Horizontal A Coil Painted Cased w/ FlowratorCHPX024-060Horizontal A Coil Painted Cased w/ TXVCACF018-061Cased Upflow/Downflow CoilH-24F-61FHorizontal Evaporator CoilHT-18-61Horizontal "Butt-up" Evaporator Coil

PRODUCT IDENTIFICATIONCOILSCAUF018A2PrefixARevisionA: Air HandlerA: First VersionB: Second RevisionC: Painted Cased Coilsare Painted inArchitectural GrayCabinet FinishP: PaintedU: UnpaintedRefrigerant2: R-22Nominal BTUHExpansion DeviceF: FlowratorT: TXV (Expansion 0049,00060,00061,00062,000Cabinet DescriptionCA Models(Cabinet Height)A: 14"B: 17½"C 21"D: 24½"Cabinet DescriptionCH Models(Cabinet Height)U18UC1818,000 BTUH18,000 BTUHCASED UPFLOWCOILSH24UNCASED UPFLOWCOILSHT24,000 BTUHHORIZONTAL EVAPORATORCOILSA: 14"B: 17½"D: 24½"2424,000 BTUHHORIZONTAL "BUTT-UP"EVAPORATOR COIL9

PRODUCT IDENTIFICATIONAIR HANDLERSA***024-00A-1Product TypeARevision*A: Air HandlerMotorE: ECM MotorR: PSC MotorElectrical Supply1: 208-230V/60Hz/1phCabinet FinishP: PaintedU: UnpaintedFeatureExpansion DeviceF: FlowratorT: TXV (Expansion DeviceNominal Tons2 Tons2½ Tons2½ Tons3 Tons3½ Tons4 Tons4 Tons5 Tons5 TonsA: First SeriesB: DownflowC: Factory-sealed SeriesFactory-Installed Electric Heat00: None05: 5 KW et al*All revisions A or higher are Architectural GrayAR 6018- 18,000 BTUH24- 24,000 BTUH30, 32- 30,000 BTUH36- 36,000 BTUH42- 42,000 BTUH48,49- 48,000 BTUH60,61- 60,000 BTUHAR-AIRHANDLER WITH COIL (2nd Generation)All Airhandlers use DIRECT DRIVE MOTORS. Power supply is AC 208-230v, 60 hz, 1 phase.10

PRODUCT IDENTIFICATIONAIR HANDLERSA 24 00 2 RASECOND GENERATION50 HTZ MODELW/OPTION FOR HEATER KIT *24 - 24,000 BTUH (7.0 KW)36 - 36,000 BTUH (10.5 KW)48 - 48,000 BTUH (14.0 KW)60 - 60,000 BTUH (17.6 KW)Air Handler w/CoilAER 6024 - 24,000 BTUH30 - 30,000 BTUH36 - 36,000 BTUH48 - 48,000 BTUH60 - 60,000 BTUHAER-AIRHANDLER WITH COIL (2nd AKERKW OF HEATKW OF HEAT24,000 BTUHAIR HANDLERWALL MOUNTB REVISION24,000 BTUHAIR HANDLERCEILING MOUNTAll Airhandlers use DIRECT DRIVE MOTORS. Power supply is AC 208-230v, 60 hz, 1 phase.11

PRODUCT IDENTIFICATIONAIR HANDLERSDescriptionModelAR18-120Elec. Cooling & Heat Pump Air HandlerAW 18-30Vertical Wall Mount Air HandlerAER24-60Multi-Position Variable Spd Air HandlerACHP18-36Hydronic Heat Air HandlerAH18-36Hydronic Heat Air HandlerAC18-36AC Electric Heat Air HandlerAWB18-36Vertical Wall Mount Air HandlerARUF018-061Multi-Position Electric Heat Air Handler w/ FlowratorARPT024-060Multi-Position Painted Electric Heat Air Handler w/ TXVARPF024-060Multi-Position Painted Electric Heat Air Handler w/ FlowratorAEPT030-060Multi-Position Painted Variable Spd. Air Handler w/ TXVWMC12-24-1ADuctless Air Conditioning Indoor Section 1 thru 2 TonWMH12-24-1ADuctless Heat Pump Indoor Section 1 thru 2 Ton12

ACCESSORIESSPLIT SYSTEMAIR CONDITIONING ACCESSORIESSPLIT SYSTEMHEAT PUMP w Ambient KitAFE-18All Fuel KitHLPK-01High and Low Pressure Switch KitOT18-60Outdoor Thermostat KitLPS-01Low Pressure KitEH18-60Emergency Heat Relay KitFP-01Freeze Protection Kit for AC Air Handlers & CoilsHPSK-01Heat Pump Shut Off; for AC Air HandlersASC01AAnti-Short Cycle Control KitFP-01Freeze Protection Kit; for AC Air HandlersASC01AAnti-Short Cycle Control KitCOIL ACCESSORIESDescriptionModelUsed With These UnitsTX3N2TXV Kit 1.5 to 3 Ton Air Cond. & Heat PumpCAUF,CAPF CHPFTX5N2TXV Kit 3.5 to 5 Ton Air Cond. & Heat PumpCAUF,CAPF CHPFDFKDownflow KitsU- UC coilsDFKTDownflow KitsU-UC CoilsCOIL INSULATION KIT FOR DOWNFLOW APPLICATIONSChassis SizeInsulation 20NOTE: Each kit contains enough material to modify 20 coils.13

ACCESSORIESAIR HANDLER ACCESSORIESModelDescriptionUsed With These UnitsWCK-01Water Circulator Timer KitAH, ACHPFIL18-32Washable Air FilterAR,AER,AEPT,ARPT,ARPF, ARUFFIL36-42Washable Air FilterAR,AER,AEPT,ARPT,ARPF, ARUFFIL48-61Washable Air FilterAR,AER,AEPT,ARPT,ARPF, ARUFCAP-1Ceiling Access PanelsAC,ACHPCAP-2Ceiling Access PanelsAC,ACHPCAP-3Ceiling Access PanelsAC,ACHPCAP-1LCeiling Access PanelsAC,ACHPCAP-2LCeiling Access PanelsAC,ACHPCAP-3LCeiling Access PanelsAC,ACHPWAD-1Wall Access DoorAH,AWBWAD-2Wall Access DoorAH,AWBXV18-36CExpansion Valve Kit, Non-bleedAPRF/ARUF18-36XV42-60CExpansion Valve Kit, Non-bleedARPF/ARUF42-60XVB18-36CExpansion Valve Kit, 20% bleedARPF/ARUF18-36XVB42-60CExpansion Valve Kit, 20% bleedARPF/ARUF42-60TX3N2TXV Kit 1.5 to 3 Ton Air Cond. & Heat PumpARPF/ARUF18-36TX5N2TXV Kit 3.5 to 5 Ton Air Cond. & Heat PumpAAPF/ARUF42-60DPI18-30/20Coil Insulation Kit; Small Chassis { Downflow}AEPT,ARPT,ARUFDPI36-42/20Coil Insulation Kit; Medium Chassis { Downflow}AEPT,ARPT,ARUFDPI48-60/20Coil Insulation Kit; Large Chassis { Downflow}AEPT,ARPT,ARUFFP-01Freeze Protection KitAll Models.OT/EHR18-60OUTDOOR THERMOSTAT &EMERGENCY HEAT RELAYOT18-60ThermostatDial315ºCOLDWARM(Turn Clockwise)DEADDIAL(Turn Counterclockwise)45ºSet PointAdjustmentScrew14Set PointIndicatorMark(Shown @ Oº F)

ACCESSORIESEXPANSION VALVE KITSFor Applications requiring1/4 FLARE CONNECTIONBULB TO BE LOCATEDAT 10 OR 2 O'CLOCKa field installed access fittingBULBSUCTION LINEEVAPORATOR COILPISTONSEAL SUPPLIED W/ KITSEAL SUPPLIED W/ KITEXPANSION VALVETAILPIECESEALDISTRIBUTORBODYREMOVE BEFORE INSTALLING EXPANSION VALVE3/8"SWEAT7/8" NUTFor Applications not requiring1/4' FLARECONNECTIONa field installed access fittingBULB TO BE LOCATEDAT 10 OR 2 O'CLOCKBULBSUCTION LINEPISTONEXPANSION VALVEDISTRIBUTORBODYEVAPORATOR COILTAILPIECESEAL3/8"SWEATSEAL SUPPLIED W/ KITREMOVE BEFOREINSTALLINGEXPANSION VALVESEAL SUPPLIED W/ KIT7/8" NUTEXPANSION VALVE KITS FOR AIR CONDITIONING-ONLY APPLICATIONSKit NumberUse WithDescriptionXVB18-36CARUF018 to ARUF03620% Bleed ValveXVB42-60CARUF042 to ARUF06020% Bleed ValveXV18-36CARUF018 to ARUF 036Non-Bleed ValveXV42-60CARUF042 to ARUF061Non-Bleed Valve15

ACCESSORIESPISTON KIT 1*CLJ30-1*INDOOR UNIT (*) SIGNIFIES UNIT REVISION.(1) PISTON SUPPLIED WITH THE OUTDOOR UNIT.(2) PISTON SUPPLIED WITH THE INDOOR UNIT.(3) PURCHASE PISTON KIT FROM DISTRIBUTOR.(4) B1789865 PISTON PROVIDED IN THE INDOOR UNIT.(5) PISTON PROVIDED IN THE OUTDOOR UNIT LIQUID LINE SERVICE VALVE.PISTONKITPART NO.(2)B1789852 (3)B1789852 (3)B1789855 (3)B1789855 (3)B1789855 (3)(2)B1789855 (3)(2)(2)B1789859 (3)B1789862 (3)B1789862 (3)B1789862 (3)(2)(3)(4)(2)B1789865 (3)B1789865 (3)B1789865 (3)B1789868 (3)B1789868 (3)(2)B1789868 (3)(2)(2)B1789873 (3)B1789873 (3)(2)(2)B1789878 (3)B1789878 (3)B1789878 (3)B1789878 (3)(2)(2)(2)(2)B1789882 (1)B1789882 (1)B1789882 (1)(2)(2)(2)(2)B1789893 (1)B1789893 (1)B1789893 (1)B1789893 (1)B1789893 (1)B1789855 (1)B1789855 (1)B1789855 (1)B1789855 (1)B1789855 (1)B1789855 (1)B1789855 (1)B1789852 (3)B1789855 (1)B1789857 (1)B1789857 (1)B1789857 (1)B1789857 (1)B1789857 (1)B1789857 (1)B1789857 (1)(2)B1789865 (1)B1789865 (1)B1789865 (1)B1789865 (1)B1789865 (1)OUTDOORUNITINDOOR UNIT 90.090PISTONKITPART NO.(2)B1789873 (1)B1789873 (1)B1789873 (1)(2)(2)B1789878 (1)B1789878 (1)B1789878 (1)B1789878 (1)B1789878 (1)(2)(2)B1789882 (1)B1789882 (1)B1789882 (1)B1789882 (1)(2)B1789893 (1)B1789893 (1)B1789893 (1)B1789893 (1)B1789893 (1)B1789855 (1)B1789855 (1)B1789855 (1)B1789855 (1)B1789855 (1)B1789855 (1)B1789855 (1)B1789855 (1)(2)B1789865 (1)B1789865 (1)B1789865 (1)B1789865 (1)B1789865 (1)B1789874 (1)B1789874 (1)B1789874 (1)B1789874 (1)(2)(2)B1789878 (3)B1789878 (3)B1789880 (1)B1789880 (1)(2)(2)(2)B1789882 (1)B1789882 (1)B1789882 (1)(2)B1789888 (1)B1789888 (1)B1789888 (1)B1789888 (1)B1789859 (1)B1789859 (1)B1789859 (1)B1789859 (1)B1789859 (1)B1789859 (1)B1789859 (1)B1789865 (1)B1789865 (1)B1789865 (1)B1789865 (1)B1789865 (1)B1789865 (1)B1789865 89873(1)B1789880 (1)B1789880 (1)B1789880 (1)B1789880 (1)B1789880 (1)(2)B1789882 (1)B1789882 (1)B1789882 (1)(2)(2)(2)(2)(2)

59.065.068.068.068.068.068.071.074PISTONKITPART NO.(2)B1789852 (3)B1789852 (3)B1789852 (3)(2)(2)B1789859 (3)B1789859 (3)B1789859 (3)B1789859 (3)B1789865 (3)(2)(2)(2)B1789868 (3)B1789868 (3)B1789873 (1)B1789873 (1)B1789873 (1)B1789873 (1)B1789873 (1)B1789873 (1)(2)B1789878 (3)B1789878 (3)B1789878 (3)(2)(2)B1789882 (3)B1789882 (3)B1789882 (3)B1789882 (3)B1789892 (1)(2)B1789855 (1)B1789855 (1)B1789855 (1)B1789855 (1)(2)B1789859 (1)B1789859 (1)B1789859 (1)B1789859 (1)B1789859 (1)B1789859 (1)(2)(2)B1789868 (1)B1789868 (1)(2)B1789868 (1)(2)B1789874 .078.078.078.078.078B1789874 (1)(2)(2)B1789878 (1)B1789878 (1)B1789878 (1)B1789878 (1)INDOOR UNIT BTU's(*) SIGNIFIES UNIT REVISION.(1) PISTON SUPPLIED WITH THE OUTDOOR UNIT.(2) PISTON SUPPLIED WITH THE INDOOR UNIT.(3) PURCHASE PISTON KIT FROM DISTRIBUTOR.(4) B1789865 PISTON PROVIDED IN THE INDOOR UNIT.(5) PISTON PROVIDED IN THE OUTDOOR UNIT LIQUID LINE SERVICE NDOOR UNIT 4.092.092PISTONKITPART NO.(2)B1789884 (1)B1789884 (1)B1789884 (1)B1789884 (1)(2)(2)(2)(2)B17898

Never add anything other than R-22 to an R-22 cylinder or R-410A to an R-410A cylinder. The service equipment used must be listed or certified for the type of refrigerant used. Store cylinders in a cool, dry place. Never use a cylinder as a platform or a roller. WARN