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90 + Four Position Furnaces N9MP1 , N9MP2 , * 9MPD , * 9MPT & * 9MPV 80 + Single Stage Furnaces 80 + 2 - Stage & Variable Speed Furnaces Fire or explosion hazard . Information in this manual MUST be followed exactly . Failure to follow the information in this manual exactly could result in death , bodily injury and / or property damaqe . - - Do not store or use gasoline or other flammable vapors and liquids in the vi - cinity of this or any other appliance . WHAT TO DO IF YOU SMELL GAS â€¢ Do NOT try to light any appliance . â€¢ Do NOT touch any electrical switch ; do NOT use any phone in your building . â€¢ Immediately evacuate the building and call your gas supplier from a phone outside the building . Follow the gas supplier's instruc - tions . â€¢ If you cannot reach your gas supplier , call the fire department . - - Installation and service must be performed by a qualified installer , service agency or the gas supplier . Manufactured by : International Comfort Products Corporation ( USA ) Lewisburg , TN USA 37097 Printed in U . S . A . LP1 ( 6 / 1 / 2002 ) 441 02 2001 07
User's Information Manual Contents Danger , Warning and Caution . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Operating Your Unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Safety Rules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Unit Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Combustion Air ( Your safety ) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Warranty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 Danger , Warning and Caution The signal words DANGER , WARNING and CAUTION are used to identify levels of hazard seriousness . The signal word DANGER is only used on product labels to signify an immediate hazard . The signal words WARNING and CAUTION will be used on product la - bels and throughout this manual and other manuals that may apply to the product . Signal Words DANGER - Immediate hazards which WILL result in severe per - sonal injury or death . Warning Label White lettering on a black background except the word WARNING WARNING - Hazards or unsafe practices which COULD result in severe personal injury or death . which is black with an orange background . CAUTION - Hazards or unsafe practices which COULD result in minor personal injury or product or property damage . Signal Words in Manuals The signal word WARNING is used throughout this manual in the following manner : The signal word CAUTION is used throughout this manual in the following manner : Caution Label CAUTION White lettering on a black background except the word CAUTION which is black with a yellow background . Product Labeling Signal words are used in combination with colors and / or pictures on product labels . Following are examples of product labels with explanations of the colors used . Danger Label White lettering on a black background except the word DANGER which is white with a red background . 441 02 2001 07
User's Information Manual 6 . Maintain safety and service clearances from the unit . These are listed on Unit Clearance Label on the cabinet . Keep the unit area clean and free of combustible materials Read this manual and follow its instructions and ad - at all times . Never store gasoline , paint , aerosol cans , here to all Cautions and Warnings in the manual and waxes , bleaches , dry cleaning fluid or items such as paper on the unit . or rags near the unit . Consult a qualified service technician for installa - 7 . Examine the furnace area when the furnace or addi - tion , adjustment and maintenance . tional insulation is added since some insulation materi - Failure to observe and follow Cautions , Warnings als may be combustible . Furnace must be kept free and and instructions may result in death , bodily injury or clear of exposed or loose insulation materials in the area of installation . property damage . 8 . Check the return air duct connection . The duct connec - tion must be physically sound , sealed to the furnace casing Safety Rules and must terminate outside the space containing the Your unit is built to provide many years of safe and dependable furnace . service providing it is properly installed and maintained . Howev - 9 . Familiarize yourself with all controls . Make sure you er , abuse and / or improper use can shorten the life of the unit and know how to shut off the gas and the electrical power to the create hazards for you , the owner . unit . If the unit is to be shut down for an extended length of A . The U . S . Consumer Product Safety Commission recom - time ( example ; remodeling project ) , turn off both the gas mends that users of gas - burning appliances install carbon and the electrical power . For safety , always turn themoff monoxide detectors . There can be various sources of before performing service or maintenance on the unit . carbon monoxide in a building or dwelling . The sources 10 . Establish a regular service and maintenance schedule . could be gas - fired clothes dryers , gas cooking stoves , wa - This will ensure efficient and safe operation of the unit . It is ter heaters , furnaces , gas - - fired fireplaces , wood fire - recommendedthat youhavea qualified service agency places , and several other items . Carbon monoxide can perform a complete check on the unit before each heating cause serious bodily injury and / or death . Therefore , to help season . See unit Maintenance " Service Technician alert people of potentially dangerous carbon monoxide lev - Checks " . Combustion Air ( Your Safety ) els , you should have carbon monoxide detectors listed by a nationally recognized agency ( e . g . Underwriters Laborato - Combustion Air ( Your Safety ) ries or International Approval Services ) installed and maintained in the building or dwelling ( see Note below ) . B . There can be numerous sources of fire or smoke in a All fuel - burning appliances must be provided with building or dwelling . Fire or smoke can cause serious bodily enough fresh air for proper combustion and ventila - injury , death , and / or property damage . Therefore , in order to tion of flue gases . alert people of potentially dangerous fire or smoke , you should havefire andsmoke detectors listed by Underwriters Some models use air from the space in which they Laboratories installed and maintained in the building or are located , and other appliances in the same space dwelling ( see Note below ) . may also be using indoor air for ventilation and / or combustion . Note : The manufacturer of your furnace does not test any detec - tors and makes no representations regarding any brand or Lack of combustion air will result in carbon monox - type of detector . ide gas which could cause death or serious bodily C . To ensure safe and efficient operation of your unit , you injury . should do the the following : New materials and methods are being used in construction and 1 . Thoroughly read this manual and labels on the unit . remodeling which result in lower energy costs for heating and This will help you understand how your unit operates and cooling . It may also mean your appliances may not be getting the hazards involved with gas and electricity . enough air for combustion and ventilation of flue gases . Theuse of 2 . D Â° n Â° t usethis unit if any part has been under water " Irn exhaust fans , fireplaces , clothes dryers , and other appliances mediately call a qualified service technician to inspect the consume air or vent it outside . unit and to replace any part of the control system and any If the appliances or heating unit can't get enough air , two condi - gas control which has been under water . tions may result : 3 . Never obstruct the vent grilles , or any ducts that 1 . The appliance or heating unit may produce carbon monox - provide air to the unit . Air must be provided for proper ide gas . combustion and ventilation of flue gases . Carbon monoxide or " CO " is a colorless and odorless gas 4 . Familiarize yourself with the possible air starvation sig - produced when fuel is not burned completely or when the nals . These are outlined in the Combustion Air section . flame does not receive sufficient oxygen . Check the combustion air supply . Some models use air 2 . The appliance may not vent flue gases properly . drawn from outside , See Figure 3 . Other models and other The following are signs that your appliances may not be getting appliances use combustion air from inside the structure . Air enough air for proper combustion . starvation signals are given on this page . If any of the sig - nals are noticed , perform a combustion air check as shown Be aware of these signals ; on page 4 or call a service technician . If you add weather 1 . Headaches - Nausea - Dizziness stripping , storm windows , insulation , an additional fuel burning appliance , or remodel the structure , a combustion 2 . Excessive humidity - heavily frosted windows or a air check MUST be accomplished after the addition moist " clamm _ the structure . 441 02 2001 07
User's Information Manual 3 . Smoke from the fireplace won't draw up the If draft hood spillage is indicated : chimney . 1 . Check for plugged flue connectors and chimneys . Repair stoppage and test again . 2 . If you have a fireplace , open a window or door near the fire - place and then check for spillage . If spillage stops , do not If you experience headaches , nausea , or dizziness , use the fireplace until you can supply fresh air by a perma - carbon monoxide may be present . nent duct . Leave the house immediately and call your gas sup - 3 . If you have kitchen and bathroom exhaust fans , turn them plier . OFF and check for spillage . Carbon monoxide poisoning can result in death If spillage stops , do not use exhaust fans until you can sup - from asphyxiation or serious bodily injury . ply fresh air by a permanent duct . Circuit breakers for fans should be turned off . 4 . Spillage means air starvation and a fresh air duct or air in - Combustion Air Checks takes must be installed to provide air directly to the area If any of the signals are noticed , perform a combustion air check or around the unit . These MUST comply with local and state call a service technician . If you add weather stripping , storm win - building codes or in their absence with the National Fuel Gas Code NFPA 54 ANSI Z223 . 1 , current edition or in Can - dows , insulation , an additional fuel burning appliance , or remodel ada the National Standard CAN / CGA 1 - B149 . the structure , a combustion air check MUST be accomplished af - ter the addition . Indoor Humidity ( Your Comfort ) Make the inspection as follows : Relative humidity is important to your health . Proper humidification 1 . Close all doors and windows . If you have a fireplace , start a helps cut down incidences of respiratory illness . Air that is too wet may damage the building structure . Air that is too dry is uncomfort - fire and wait until flames are burning vigorously . able . A quick way to test for proper humidity is as follows : 2 . Turn on all exhausting devices , such as : kitchen and bath - 1 . Look for frequent fogging or excessive condensation on the room exhaust fans and dryers ( gas or electric ) . inside of windows . This indicates the indoor humidity level is 3 . Turn on all vented gas appliances , such as : heating equip - too high for outdoor weather conditions . ment ( includes any room heaters ) and water heaters . 2 . Drop three ice cubes into a glass of water and stir . If , within 4 . Wait ten ( 10 ) minutes for drafts to stabilize . three minutes , moisture does not form on the glass , the air is 5 . On appliances with a draft hood , check for spillage by hold - too dry and a humidifier would be beneficial . ( Do not perform ing a lighted match 2 inches from the draft hood opening . this test in the kitchen , cooking vapors may produce inaccu - Reference Figure 1 which shows a water heater draft rate results . ) hood . A good relative humidity is one just high enough to barely start con - densation along the lower edges or lower corners of the windows , 1 I Water Heater Draft Hood Figure I when it is cold outside . More than that can be damaging . If the humidity is too high , try these suggestions to lower the humid - ity : 1 . Reduce setting or discontinue use of humidifier . 2 . Use range and bathroom exhaust fans while cooking and bathing . Open a door or window for a few minutes to bring in cool drier air . Match 3 . Cook with pans covered . 4 . Take shorter baths or showers with cooler water . A . Match flame pulls toward draft hood . 5 . Install a fresh air intake duct . Cold , dry air brought in from This indicates no spillage and that appliance is getting outside to the unit area lowers the indoor humidity level . enough air for combustion . Return exhausting devices and 6 . Have appliances checked . A malfunctioning appliance can appliances to the condition you found them . contribute water vapor to the structure . B . Match goes out or flame wavers away from draft hood . This 7 . If the problem continues , consult a heating contractor about indicates spillage and that appliance is not getting enough adding a heat recovery ventilator or air to air heat exchang - air for combustion . er . About Your Unit Figure 2 shows the location of the components in the unit . Draft hood spillage means there is not enough air for proper combustion and carbon monoxide may Circulating Air Blower be present . The blower circulates room air through the unit , air ducts , and into Keep awindow open ( a minimum of 2 " ) near the ap - the rooms of the structure . The blower can be set at the thermostat pliance until a permanent air duct is installed . Con - for automatic or manual operation . In manual mode the blower op - tact a qualified service agency . erates continuously . In automatic , the blower does not come on Carbon monoxide poisoning can result in death until a preset time after the gas valve is energized . When the struc - ture reaches the temperature set on the thermostat , the unit will from asphyxiation or serious bodily injury . shut off . The blower will continue to run until the unit cools down . 441 02 2001 07
User's Information Manual Thermostat Fan Control The fan / delay control provides power to the circulating air blower There are manytypes and styles of thermostats . Most thermostats control both heating and cooling functions and have a Fan Switch to keep it on until the unit cools down . with AUTO and ON settings . On AUTO , the Circulating Air Blower The fan off setting can be adjusted if the fan remains on long will cycle on / offwith the unit , on the heating speed unless a call for enough that cool drafts are felt in the room after the furnace shuts cooling is initiated . Blower speed will correspond to the mode of off . operation of the unit . Ifthe Fan Switch is positioned to ON the blow - er will run continuously . The delay is set by moving a set of switches on the control . The Wiring Diagram located on the inside of the blower door shows the In addition some thermostats are programmable with multiple set various delay combinations . Refer to Figure 2 or Figure 3 for backs . The set backs can be pre - programmed to lower or raise the location of the control . temperature automatically . If you are unsure how to set the Fan Control , contact a Qualified Be sure to become familiar with your thermostat . Service Technician . Rating Plate Electronic Ignition Module / Gas Valve The rating plate contains important information for the service When the thermostat calls for heat it completes a circuit to the elec - technician and lists the complete model , manufacturing and serial tronic ignition module . The module sends an electrical signal numbers . You should always provide all these numbers when re - which ignites the pilot , then opens the gas valve . questing parts or if you need service . See Figure 2 or Figure 3 for rating plate location . When the flame is firmly established the ignitor goes off . If there is a malfunction , the gas valve automatically shuts off the gas . Door Interlock Switch Pressure Switch All the electrical power for the unit goes through the door interlock switch . The interlock switch interrupts electrical power to the unit The unit is equipped with two pressure switches to shut down the unit under various flue conditions . The switches are connected to when the blower door is removed . The unit will not operate until the blower door is reinstalled . the furnace by factory supplied tubing . / Figure 2 / Component Locations for Four Position 90 + Furnaces Furnace Vent Pipe ( Vent Pi Air IntakePipe or Direct through Side Panel on Some Models ) Vent Furnaces ) Vent Pi Heat Exchanger Manual Gas Valve Rating Plate GasValve / IgnitionModule Secondary s / 8 " OD VentPipe Drain HeatExchanger Pressure Switches ( some models have one ) Condensate Tral : 3 / 4 _ Plastic Transition Drain Hose Box Circulating Air Blower DC MotorControl Fan / Delay Control ( some models ) dwg 25 24 10 Representative drawing only , some models may vary in appearance . 441 02 2001 07
User's Information Manual Component Locations for 80 + Furnaces Figure 3 I Vent Pipe Combustion Blower Heat Exchanger Manual Gas Valve Pressure Switch switches on some models ) Gas Circulating Blower Main Burners Fan / Delay Control Circulating Blower Motor Representative drawing only , some models may vary in appearance . 25 - 22 - 51 6 . Slide the control switch to ON . Operating Your Unit 7 . Reinstall all access panels . Keep the blower access door and all access panels in place except 8 . Turn ON all electrical power to the unit . for inspection or maintenance . 9 . Set the thermostat to the desired temperature and the Sys - Before starting your unit be sure you read and understand all of the tem Select Switch to HEAT . procedures in this manual . Check to make sure the unit filter is clean and correctly installed . The unit will activate an ignitor which lights the pilot flame . When the pilot lights and verifies a steady flame , the ignition system brings on the main burners . Carbon monoxide Poisoning Hazard . System Retries Provisions for combustion and ventilation air must The ignition system tries to relight the burners whenever the built - be provided for in accordance with installation in flame sensor detects no flame . instructions supplied with unit . Failure to provide adequate combustion and ven - Turning Off The unit tilation air can result in death and / or personal Set the thermostat to the lowest setting or set System Select injury . Switch to OFF if equipped . Starting The Unit Should overheating occur or the gas supply fail to shut off , shut off the manual gas valve to the unit before shutting off See Figure 4 for an illustration of the gas valve . the electrical supply . 1 . Turn the thermostat to its lowest temperature setting or to OFF if equipped with a System Select Switch . Extended Shutdown 2 . Turn OFF all electric power to the unit at the disconnect 1 . Set thermostat to lowest setting or set System Select Switch switch or circuit breaker . to OFF if equipped . 3 . Remove the Iouvered access panel in front of the unit by lift - 2 . Slide the gas valve control switch to OFF . ing the panel up and outwards . Removing the panel will ex - pose the gas control switch . 3 . Turn Manual ShutoffValve to OFF position , ( at right angle or 90 Â° to gas line ) . 4 . Slide the gas control switch to OFF . See Figure 4 . 5 . Wait five ( 5 ) minutes to clear out any gas . If you then smell 4 . Turn electric power off . ( May be left ON for set - back type gas , STOP ! Follow the safety information on the cover of thermostat with batteries , provided thermostat has a sys - this manual . If you do not smell gas , go to the next step . tem select switch to place in the OFF position . ) 441 02 2001 07
User's Information Manual L P Model Units Figure 4 [ Typical GasGaFSurnacesHVoanlveeywell If your L . E ( liquefied petroleum ) gas unit is installed in an exca - vated or low lying area , we recommend that you contact your L . P . Single Stage ( 90 + Furnaces ) supplier about installing a warning device that would alert you of a OUTLET gas leak . Pilot Pressure Adjustment ( Hidden ) On \ Off Switch Fire or explosion hazard . L . P . gas is heavier than air . Leaking gas can settle in low areas such as a crawl space . If you suspect the presence of gas , follow the instructions on the cov - er of this manual . Failure to observe could result in death , bodily inju - . ET ry or property damage . Freezing Temperatures And Your Structure Manifold Pressure Adjustment Diagnostic Light dwg 25 - 23 - 31a Freeze warning . Two Stage ( 90 + Furnaces ) Manifold Pressure Turn off water system . AdJustment If your unit remains shut off during cold weather the water pipes could freeze and burst , resulting in serious water damage . Your unit is equipped with safety devices that may keep it from op - erating if sensors detect abnormal conditions such as clogged ex - OUTLET haust flues . If your unit remains shut off during cold weather the water pipes could freeze and burst , resulting in serious water damage . If the structure will be unattended during cold weather you should take these precautions . 1 . Turn off main supply water into the structure and drain the INLET water lines if possible . Open faucets in appropriate areas . 2 . Have someone check the structure frequently during cold 25 - 22 - 49a weather to make sure it is warm enough to prevent pipes from freezing . Suggest they call qualified service agency , if Typical Gas Valve Honeywell 80 + Furnaces required . Manifold Adjustment Winter Shutdown ( 90 + Furnaces ) On / Off Diagnostic ht 1 . Disconnect the 5 / 8 " OD rubber hose from the vent drain Switch ( on some models ) fitting that is located downstream of the combustion blower . Insert a funnelintothehose andpourfour ( 4 ) ounces ofsani - tary type ( RV ) antifreeze into the condensate trap . Re - connect the 5 / 8 " OD rubber hose to the stub on the vent Pilot Adjustment drain fitting . Secure with the hose clamp . ( Hidden ) on some models 2 . Disconnect the 3 / 4 " OD rubber hose from the condensate INLET trap . Insert a funnel into the hose and and pour four ( 4 ) ounces of sanitary type ( RV ) antifreeze into the plastic tran - sition box . Squeeze the hose together near the end and quickly reconnect the 3 / 4 " OD rubber hose to the stub on the condensate trap . Secure with the hose clamp . When you return home , your furnace will be ready to start , as it is OUTLET not necessary to drain the antifreeze from the furnace . Unit Maintenance 25 - 22 - 25a Have your unit inspected and serviced on an annual basis ( before the heating season ) by a qualified service technician . 441 02 2001 07
User's Information Manual Filter Replacement ( Optional Filter Rack ) - Labeling Upflow CAUTION The filter rack may be installed in the bottom of the blower compartment , or on the outside on either side of the unit . A plastic Label all wires prior to disconnection when servicing end cap is inserted in the filter rack after the filter is installed . The controls . Wiring errors can cause improper and dan - end cap keeps air fromescaping around the open end of the filter gerous operation . rack . See Figure 5 and Figure 7 for locations . Verify proper operation after servicing . Filter racks attached to the unit are made so the filter simply slides out one side for removal . 1 . Turn off electric power to furnace . Pressure Switches 2 . Remove the end cap from the filter rack . During regular yearly maintenance check for cracks in any 3 . Slide the filter out of the filter rack . tubes on the pressure switches . 4 . Inspect the filter ( s ) and replace or clean washable types . If filter is aluminum mesh it should be recoated with filter coating spray . 5 . Reinstall the end cap in the filter rack . Electric shock hazard . 6 . Turn furnace on . Turn off electrical power to unit before performing any maintenance or removing panels or doors . Filter Replacement - Bottom Mounted Failure to observe could result in death or bodily 1 . Turn off power to furnace . injury . 2 . Remove blower door . 3 . Slide filter straight out toward you . 4 . Inspect the filter ( s ) and replace or clean washable types . If Air Filters / Monthly filter is aluminum mesh it should be recoated with filter coating spray . The air filter ( s ) should be inspected at least monthly and cleaned or replaced as required . There are two types of filters 5 . Replace blower door . that are commonly used . The most widely used is the Fiber - 6 . Turn on electric power to furnace . glass disposable type which should be REPLACED before it becomes clogged . The other type is the washable type Figure 5 Filter Racks constructed of aluminum mesh , foam , or reinforced fibers . Washable filters may be cleaned by soaking in mild detergent and rinsing with water . Remember that dirty filters are the most common cause of in - adequate heating or cooling performance . Fire hazard from dust and lint buildup on internal unit parts . / f Never operate unit without a filter installed . Failure to observe could result in death or bodily FH3180A injury . Filter Replacement - - Counterflow Replacement Filters A filter rack is supplied with all downflow models , however filters Table 1 lists recommended sizes and types of filters that may be are not supplied with all models . ( see to Figure 6 ) Refer to note for used with your unit , based on the input rating and Btuh . proper size . The filter rack is installed in the top of the counterflow unit from the right side . To remove filter , refer to Figure 6 for the Replacement filters should be of the same type and size as the following steps . originals , to ensure adequate air flow and filtering . A disposable low velocity filter can be replaced with a washable high velocity NOTE : The filter rack on all downflows require two ( 2 ) 16 " x 18 " type . Do not replace a high velocity filter with a disposable low ve - clea na ble high velocity filters . On furnaces with airflow below 1200 locity filter . cfm a disposable filter can be used . 441 02 2001 07
User's Information Manual 5 . Reinstall the filter in the filter rack . Figure 6 Counterflow Filter Replacement Some filters are marked with an arrow to indicate the proper direction of air flow through the filter . The air flow direction will be towards the blower motor . Make sure filter is installed correctly . Left Si 6 . Reinstall compartment door . Figure 7 1 Bottom Mounted Filter Rack \ \ Right Side AW3192 1 . Remove compartment door . 2 . Reach up above right side of blower and lift dirty filters out of rack at top of furnace . NOTE 3 . Straighten up filters and pull straight down at side of blower . Pull out through right side of door opening . Some filters are marked with an arrow to indicate the prop - 4 . Inspect the filter ( s ) and replace or clean washable types . If er direction of air flow through the filter . The air flow direc - filter is aluminum mesh it should be recoated with filter tion will be towards the blower motor . Make sure filter is coating spray . installed correctly . Table 1 Recommended Filter Sizes Recommended Filter Sizes Unit Size Nominal Air Flow Sq . In . Surface Area / Nominal Size ( inches ) Cubic Feet Heating Input 1000 x Btuh per Minute ( CFM ) Cleanable Filters Disposable Filters 40 - 50 800 - 900 500 or 20 x 25 350or 14 x 25 900 - 1100 600 or 20 x 30 350or 14 x 25 40 - 50 , 75 , and 100 1100 - 1300 350or 14 x 25 40 - 50 , 75 , and 100 350 or 14 x 25 ( 2Req . ) 1300 - 1500 400 or 16 x 18 50 , 75,100 , and 125 400 or 16 x 18 ( 2Req . ) 100 and 125 1500 - 1700 500 or 20 x 25 500 or 20 x 25 ( 2 Req . ) 125 1900 - 2100 500 or 20 x 25 600 or 20 x 30 ( 2 Req . ) 150 2300 - 2500 720 or 24 x 30 600 or 20 x 30 ( 2 Req . ) NOTE : Dust may cause orange tips or wisps of yellow , but flames Main Burner Flame / Monthly MUST NOT have solid , yellow tips . To inspect the Pilot and Main Burner flame it will be necessary to â€¢ Check main burner flames monthly . remove the Iouvered panel on the front of the unit . Pilot Flame Check for the following through the view port : While the main burner is ON , the flame should envelop the upper â€¢ Stable and blue flames part of the Flame Sensor , as shown in Figure 8 . â€¢ Flames extending directly from burner into heat exchanger . Contact a qualified service agency at once if an abnormal â€¢ Flames do NOT touch sides of heat exchanger . flame appearance is identified . 441 02 2001 07 tm
User's Information Manual 2 . Check return air duct to make sure it is sealed to unit casing Pilot Burner and that it is in good physical condition . Figure 8 [ 3 . Inspect the unit base . It must be in good physical condition . 4 . Inspect the drain line and overflow line monthly . Flame Sensor 5 . Remove the front panel and use a flashlight to inspect the Pilot visible part of the burners and igniter . Check for loose soot and give particular attention to obvious deterioration from corrosion or other sources . If soot or deterioration is found inside the unit DO NOT OPERATE UNIT ; call a qualified ser - vice technician . Lubrication The blower motor and the combustion air blower are prelubricated Flame Sensor by the manufacturer and DO NOT require oiling . Service Technician Checks Hot Surface / Igniter When the unit is being inspected for condition and operation have the Service Technician check the following items . 1 . Check all flue gas passages including main and pilot burners , heat exchanger , and vent . 2 . Check all flue gas passages including main and pilot 10 - 11 - 65 burners , heat exchanger , and vent . 3 . Check electrical wiring and connections . Monthly Inspection 4 . Check supply andreturn air ducts for leakage , blockage and A properly adjusted gas unit should not require cleaning at fre - connections to unit . quent intervals , but it should be inspected regularly to ensure safe 5 . Check circulating air blower wheel and motor . Clean them if and efficient operation . A brief monthly inspection is recom - required . mended that does not require disassembly . In addition you should have the unit inspected , and cleaned if required , by a qualifted ser - 6 . Perform an operational checkout on the unit to be sure vice technician annually . safety controls function and that unit operates properly . 1 . Check the vents to be sure they are clear and free of ob - For additional information , the Service Technician can consult the structions . installation instructions for the unit . 441 02 2001 07
INTERNATIONAL COMFORT PRODUCTS LIMITED WARRANTY CERTIFICATE For Cooling & Heating Products SAVE THIS CERTIFICATE . It gives you specific legal rights , and you may also have other rights which may vary from state to state and province to province , If your unit needs servicing , contact a qualified dealer or qualified service technician of your choice . When requesting service , please have the model and serial number from each unit in your heating and / or cooling system readily available . If your dealer needs assistance , the distributor is available to provide support and we , in turn , support its efforts . Fill in the installation date and model and serial numbers of the unit in the space provided below and retain this Limited Warranty for your files . GENERAL TERMS Subject to the conditions and limitations stated herein , during the term of this Limited Warranty , we will provide a replacement for any functional component part ( as defined below ) of your unit found to be defective in materials or workmanship . The term of this Limited Warranty is five years from installation on Residential Products and one year from installation on Commercial Products . Except as otherwise stated in the " Additional Terms " section , this Limited Warranty covers only the original purchaser and subsequent transferees , and only while the unit remains at the site of the original installation ( except for mobile home installations ) , and only if the unit is installed inside the continental United States , Puerto Rico , Alaska , Hawaii or Canada . In addition , the Limited Warranty applies only if the unit is installed and operated in accordance with the printed instructions accompanying the unit , and in compliance with all applicable installation and building codes and good trade practices . As used in this Limited Warranty , " installation " means the original installation of the unit . THERE ARE EXCEPTIONS to this Limited Warranty as described on the reverse side of this page . All replacement parts will be warranted for the unused portion of the warranty coverage period on the unit . The part to be replaced must be returned by the dealer to a distributor that sells products for International Comfort Products , in exchange for the replacement part . In lieu of providing a replacement part , we may , at our sole option , refund to you an amount equal to the distributor's component purchase price from us , or provide to you a credit equal to that amount to be applied toward the purchase of any new unit that we distribute . If a credit for a new unit is given in lieu of a replacement part , the rating plate from the unit being replaced must be submitted on a warranty claim , and your dealer must make the unit being replaced available to our distributor for disposition . As a condition to warranty coverage , the unit must receive yearly maintenance , as described in the owner's manual , by a dealer . Satisfactory proof of yearly service by a dealer may be required . " Functional component parts " include only the following : blower motor , unit - mounted sensors & timers , condenser motor , evaporator coil , condenser coil , condenser fan , capacitor , transformer , single - phase strip heat elements , expansion device , reversing valve , solenoid valve , service valve , electronic and electro - mechanical control board , ignitor , ignition module , draft inducer assembly , burner pilot , gas valve , limit control , pressure switch , relays and contactors , blower wheel , interlock switch , crosslighter , pilot shield , gas & oil burners , oil pure p assembly , accumulators and factory installed driers and strainers . This Limited Warranty DOES NOT COVER any labor , material , refractory chambers , oil nozzles , refrigerant , refrigerant inspection and refrigerant reclaiming , freight and / or handling charges associated with any repair or replacement and such charges will be your responsibility . To establish the installation date for any purpose under this Limited Warranty , you must retain the original records that ca n establish the installation date ofyour unit . Ifyoudonot providesuchdocumentsthestartdateoftheterm ofthis Limited Warrantywillbe based upon thedate of unit manufacture , plus thirty ( 30 ) days . In establishing that the required yearly service has occurred , you must furnish proof of yearly service by a qualified service technician . This Limited Warranty does not cover : ( a ) failure or damages caused by accident , abuse , negligence , misuse , riot , fire , flood , or Acts of God ( b ) damages caused by operating the unit where there is a corrosive atmosphere containing chlorine , fluorine , or any other damaging chemicals ( other than those found in a normal residential environment ) ( c ) damages caused by an unauthorized alteration or repair of the unit affecting its stability or performance ( d ) damages caused by improper matching or application of the unit or the unit's components ( e ) damages caused by failing to provide proper maintenance and service to the unit in accordance with this Limited Warranty Certificate and the printed instructions originally provided with the unit ( O any expenses incurred for erecting , disconnecting , or dismantling the unit ( g ) parts or supplies used in connection with service or maintenance , such as refrigerant , refractory chambers , oil nozzles , filters , or belts ( h ) damage , repairs , inoperation or inefficiency resulting from faulty installation or application ( i ) electricity or fuel costs or any increase in electricity or fuel cost whatsoever including additional or unusual use of supplemental electric heat ( i ) units which have not had the required yearly maintenance described elsewhere in this limited warranty . In no event shall we be liable for any incidental , consequential , or special damages or expenses in connection with any use or failure of this unit . We have not made . do not make . and hereby disclaim any implied condition or implied warranty of fitness for a particular use or purpose , and any imulied condition or imulied warranty of merchantability , to the fullest extent allowed by law , We make no express or imulied warranties except as stated in this Limited Warranty certificate . No one is authorized to change this Limited Warranty or to create for us any other obligation or liability in connection with this unit . Any implied warranties shall last for the term of the expressed warranty contained herein . Some states and provinces do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages or do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty or condition lasts , so the above limitations or exclusions may not apply to you . The provisions of this Limited Warranty are in addition to and not a modification of or subtraction from any statutory warranties and other rights and remedies provided by law . Please refer to reverse side of this page for additional terms . Model No . Serial No . Date Installed Effective on units installed After July 1 , 2002 . USA : International Comfort Products Corporation ( USA ) â€¢ 650 Hell - Quaker Avenue â€¢ P . O . Box 128 â€¢ Lewisburg , Tennessee 37091 â€¢ ( 931 - 270 - 4100 ) CANADA : International Comfort Products division of UTC Canada Corporation â€¢ 6060 Burnside Court , Unit 1 , Mississauga , Ontario L5T 2T5 ( 905 - 795 - 8113 ) . Manufacturers of Airquest , Arcoaire , Clare , Comfortmaker , Dettson , Hell , Keeprite , Lincoln , Tempstar and other quality brand name private label products . Part No , 401 06 1010 17 ( Orig . 7 / 1 / 2002 )
ADDITIONAL TERMS FOR RESIDENTIAL APPLICATIONS ONLY Tile Additional Terms for tile components listed below are in addition to , and subject to , the General Terms on tile reverse side of this page . Warranty coverage is limited to parts that tail due to detect in materials or workmanship daring the specified term . CENTRAL GAS & OIL FURNACE HEAT EXCHANGERS * Gas Model Series : C9MPV . H9MPV . T9MPV . C9MPT . H9MPT . T9MPT . C9MPD . H9MPD . T9MPD : Limited Lifetime Warranty on heat exchangers . If a heat exchanger on one of these furnaces fails due to defect in the part , we will provide a replacement part or , at our option , credit toward the purchase of a new furnace manufactured by us . This additional Limited Warranty runs only to the original purchaser , and lasts only for as long as the original purchaser lives in the home where the furnace is initially installed . * * It is not transferable to any subsequent owner . If the furnace was not installed in the home owned by the original purchaser , if the original purchaser sells the home to a subsequent owner , or if proof of original purchase cannot be provided , then the limited warranty is only for 20 years from the date of original installation . Gas Model Series : GDL . GNL . TNE . TDE . NTC7 . NDC7 . NTP6 . NDP6 . TDE . NTV6 . VNE : A replacement heat exchanger will be provided for any heat exchanger that fails in one of these furnaces due to defect for 25 years from the original date of installation . Gas Model Series : NTC6 , GNE , GDE , NDN6 , NTG3 , NDN3 , FBF , NBF , NDF , NTN3 , NTN6 , NNE , N9MP1 , NgMP2 , FUll : A replacement heat exchanger will be provided for any heat exchanger that fails in one of these furnaces due to defect for 20 years from original date of installation . Oil Model Series : OLR ( 105 . 160 . 182 ) . OCF . OLF . OUF . NOLF . NOUF . OLB . OHB . ODH . FLO . MBO . LBO . NOMF : Limited Lifetime Warranty on heat exchangers . If a heat exc ha nger on one of these furnaces fails due to defect in the part , we will provide a replacement part or , at our option , credit toward the purchase of a new furnace manufactured by us . This additional Limited Warranty runs only to the original purchaser , and lasts only for as Iongastheoriginalpurchaserlivesinthehomewherethefurnaceisinitiallyinstalled . * * Itis nottransferabletoanysubsequentowner . If the fumace was not installed in the home of the original purchaser , if the original purchaser sells the home to a subsequent owner , or if proof of original purchase cannot be provided , then the limited warranty is only for 20 years from the date of original installation . Oil Fired Floor Furnace : NFO : A replacement heat exchanger will be provided for any heat exchanger that fails due to defect for 10 years from installation with the following limitation : during the sixth through tenth year , any credit toward your purchase of a component or toward the purchase of any new unit will be in an amount equal to the distributor's purchase price reduced by 20 percent for each year after the fifth year . ADDITIONAL TERMS FOR OIL FURNACE APPLICATIONS ONLY 1 ) OIL BURNERS - A replacement for 5 years from date of original installation for Oil Burner Parts . 2 ) OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES AND FUNCTIONAL PARTS : A replacement for 5 years from date of original installation . ( Refractory and oil nozzles not included ) GAS / ELECTRIC PACKAGED UNITS HEAT EXCHANGERS Model series : PGAD . PGAA . PGMD . PGME . PGE GPFM . PGC . GPCM . PGK . GPK : A replacement for 10 years from original date of installation . COMPRESSORS : * 1 ) Premium Model Units : HAC0 , HAC2 , HAC4 , CAC0 , CAC2 , CAC4 , KAC0 , TCA0 , TCA2 , TCA4 , HHP0 , HHP2 , HHP4 , CliP0 , CliP2 , CliP4 , TCH0 . TCH2 . TCH4 . PGME . PYMC . PGK . GPK . PHAD . PGAD . PA95 . PAPC . PAK . APK : To the original purchaser a replacement for 10 years from original date of installation , only if the unit is installed with factory matched coils , except air conditioner condensing units with a nominal S E E R of 10 may be matched with evaporator coils of the same nominal tonnage regardless of manufacturer and in accordance to factory recommendations . This limited 10 - year warranty is not transferable to any subsequent owner . HOWEVER , iftheunitwasnotinstalledinthehomeownedbytheoriginalpurchaser , if the purchaser sells the home to a subsequent owner , or if proof of original purchase cannot be provided , then the limited warranty is only for 5 years from the original date of installation . * * 2 ) All Other Models : Air Conditioners . Heat Pumns . & Combination Gas / Electric Units : NAC0 . NAC2 . NHP0 . NHP2 . An . A2 . HO . H2 . PGF . PGC , GPFM , GPCM , PAF , APFM , PHF , HPFM , PGAA , PGMD , PA55 , PH55 , PAPA , PYPA : A replacement for 5 years from date of original installation , only if : ( a ) air conditioner condensing units with SEE R rating in the range of 10 to 11 SEER are matched with evaporator coils of the same nominal tonnage regardless of manufacturer and in accordance to factory recommendations , or ( b ) heat pump condensing units are used with factory matched coils , unless written approval to do otherwise is obtained from manufacturer . ADDITIONAL TERMS FOR COMMERCIAL APPLICATIONS ONLY For purposes of this warranty a commercial application is one in which : the product has over 5 tons nominal cooling capacity , or is designed for operation with 3 phase electrical power , or is installed in a commercial establishment such as a beauty or hair salon , hospital , school , restaurant , church , hotel etc . . 3 - Phase Models : PGF , GPFM , GPF , PGAD , PGME , PGB , PGMG , PGMF , PGS , PGE , APE , PAE , PAB , PAMD , PAS , PAF , APFM , APE PHB , , PHE , PYMD , HPB , PHS , CAC , CAC , CAE , ACE , CHE , HCE : Tlle additional Terms of tile components listed below are in addition to and subject to tile General Terms on the reverse side of this page . 1 ) GAS FIRED HEAT EXCHANGERS ( ALL MODELS ) : * A replacement for 10 years ( 5 years for PGS Series ) from date of original installation . 2 ) COMPRESSORS ( ALL MODELS ) : * A replacement for 5 years from date of original installation . ( 1 year for PG S / PAS240 and PG E / PAE 240 Model Series ) . * 3 ) OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES AND FUNCTIONAL COMPONENT PARTS ( ALL MODELS ) : * A replacement for 1 year from date of original installation . 4 ) COMMERCIAL OIL MODELS : OLR210 , OLR350 , OTF210 , AMT3 , AMT4 , AMP3 : Ten ( 10 ) Year Limited Warranty on heat exchangers . * To receive advantage of your limited warranty , you must provide proof of yearly service by a qualified service technician . * * To receive advantage of your warranty , you must retain the original records that can establish the installation date and proof of purchase of the unit . MINI SPLITS : Summary - Mini Splits Warranted for one ( 1 ) year on all replacement parts . Additional terms for Mini Splits : The additional Terms of the components listed below are in addition to , and subject to , the General Terms on the reverse side of this page . 1 ) Compressors ( All Models ) : A replacement compressor will be provided for all compressors that fail due to defect for 5 years from date of original installation . 2 ) Optional Accessories and Functional Components Parts ( All Models ) : A replacement part will be provided for all parts that fail due to defect for one ( 1 ) year from date of original installation . Failure to maintain the equipment through annual maintenance by a qualified service technician shall void the warranty . Proof of service will be required with all warranty claims . Proof of purchase and installation date must be submitted with all claims .