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PDF Content Summary: 18-BC51D1-8 Installer’s Guide Heat Pumps 4TWR3 & 4TWR4 ALL phases of this installation must comply with NATIONAL, STATE AND LOCAL CODES IMPORTANT—This Document is customer property and is to remain with this unit. Please return to service informa tion pack upon completion of work.

These instructions do not cover all variations in systems nor provide for every possible contingency to be met in connection with installation. All phases of this installation must comply with NATIONAL, STATE AND LOCAL CODES. Should further information be desired or should particular problems arise which are not covered sufficiently for the purchaser’s purposes, the matter should be referred to your installing dealer or local distributor. A. General ! WARnInG This information is intended for use by individuals pos sessing adequate backgrounds of electrical and me chanical experience. Any attempt to repair a central air conditioning product may result in personal injury and or property damage. The manufacturer or seller cannot be responsible for the interpretation of this information, nor can it assume any liability in connection with its use. NOTICE: Trane has always recommended installing Trane approved matched indoor and outdoor systems. The benefits of installing approved matched systems are maximum efficiency, optimum performance and best over‑ all system reliability. ! WARnInG These units use R-410A refrigerant which operates at 50 to 70% higher pressures than R-22. Use only R-410A approved service equipment. Refrigerant cylinders are painted a “Rose” color to indicate the type of refriger ant and may contain a “dip” tube to allow for charging of liquid refrigerant into the system. All R-410A systems use a POE oil that readily absorbs moisture from the atmo sphere. To limit this “hygroscopic” action, the system should remain sealed whenever possible. If a system has been open to the atmosphere for more than 4 hours, the compressor oil must be replaced. Never break a vacuum with air and always change the driers when opening the system for component replacement. For specific handling concerns with R-410A and POE oil, reference Retrofit Bul letin SSC-APG011-EN. Check for transportation damage after unit is uncrated. Re port promptly, to the carrier, any damage found to the unit. To determine the electrical power requirements of the unit, refer to the nameplate of the unit. The electrical power available must agree with that listed on the nameplate. ! CAUTIOn UnIT COnTAInS R-410A ReFRIGeRAnT! R-410A OPERATING PRESSURE EXCEEDS THE LIMIT OF R-22. PROPER SERVICE EQUIPMENT IS REQUIRED. FAILURE TO USE PROPER SERVICE TOOLS MAY RESULT IN EQUIPMENT DAMAGE OR PERSONAL INJURY. SeRVICe USE ONLY R-410A REFRIGERANT AND APPROVED POE COMPRESSOR OIL. 1 5 FT. ABOVE UNIT — UNRESTRICTED The Heat Pump has been designed and manufactured to withstand and operate in severe winter conditions. How ever, there are precautionary steps which should be taken at the time of installation which will help assure the efficient operation of the unit. It is recommended that these precautions be taken for units being installed in areas where snow accumulation and prolonged below freezing temperatures occur. 1. Units should be elevated three (3) to twelve (12) inches above the pad or rooftop, depending on local weather. This additional height will allow better drainage of snow and ice (melted during defrost cycle) prior to its refreezing. This should prevent a build-up of ice around the unit which occurs when unit is not elevated. In sure that drain holes in unit base pan are not obstructed preventing draining of defrost water. 2. If possible, avoid locations that are likely to accumulate snow drifts. If not possible, a snow drift barrier should be installed around the unit to prevent a build-up of snow on the sides of the unit and should be of sufficient Installer’s Guide BASEPAN TAB REMOVAL 2 distance from the unit to prevent restriction of airflow to and from the unit. Also allow for proper maintenance space. The barrier should be constructed of materials which will blend in with the building design. 3. Avoid locating the unit where condensation and freezing of defrost vapor may annoy the customer. For instance, installing the unit under a bedroom, kitchen, or picture window may be annoying to the customer since conden sate and fog will occur during the defrost cycle. 4. Avoid locating the unit under the eaves or other over head structures as sizeable icicles may form and the unit may be damaged by these falling icicles. B. Location and Preparation of the Unit 1. When removing unit from the pallet, notice the tabs on the basepan. Remove tabs by cutting with a sharp tool as shown above in Figure 2, and slide unit off of pallet. 2. The unit should be set on a level support pad at least as large as the unit base pan, such as a concrete slab. If this is not the application used please refer to applica tion bulletin SSC-APG002-EN. 3. The support pad must NOT be in direct contact with any structure. Unit must be positioned a minimum of 12" from any wall or surrounding shrubbery to insure adequate airflow. Clearance must be provided in front of control box (access panels) and any other side requir ing service access to meet National Electrical Code. Also, the unit location must be far enough away from any structure to prevent excess roof run-off water from pouring directly on the unit. Do not locate unit(s) close to bedroom(s). 4. The top discharge area must be unrestricted for at least five (5) feet above the unit. 5. When the outdoor unit is mounted on a roof, be sure the roof will support the unit’s weight. Properly selected isolation is recommended to prevent transmission to the building structure. 6. The maximum length of refrigerant lines from outdoor to indoor unit should NOT exceed sixty (60) feet. 7. If outdoor unit is mounted above the air handler, maxi mum lift should not exceed sixty (60) feet (suction line). If air handler is mounted above condensing unit, maxi mum lift should not exceed sixty (60) feet (liquid line). 8. Locate and install indoor coil or air handler in accor dance with instruction included with that unit. C. Installing Refrigerant Lines ! CAUTIOn If using existing refrigerant lines make certain that all joints are brazed, not soldered. Condensing units have provisions for braze connections. Pressure taps are provided on the service valves of outdoor unit for compressor suction and liquid pressures. The indoor end of the recommended refrigerant line sets may be straight or with a 90 degree bend, depending upon situation requirements. This should be thoroughly checked out before ordering refrigerant line sets. The gas line must always be insulated. ! CAUTIOn In scroll compressor applications, dome temperatures may be hot. Do not touch top of compressor, may cause minor to severe burning. The units are factory charged with the system charge re quired when using fifteen (15) feet of rated connecting line. Unit nameplate charge is with twenty-five (25) feet of line set. Final refrigerant charge adjustment is necessary. Use the Charging Information in the outdoor unit Service Facts and on page 6. 1. Determine the most practical way to run the lines. 2. Consider types of bends to be made and space limitations. NOTE: Large diameter tubing will be very difficult to rebend once it has been shaped. 3. Determine the best starting point for routing the refrig erant tubing — INSIDE OR OUTSIDE THE STRUC TURE. 4. Provide a pull-thru hole of sufficient size to allow both liquid and gas lines. 5. Be sure the tubing is of sufficient length. 6. Uncoil the tubing — do not kink or dent. 7. Route the tubing making all required bends and properly secure the tubing before making connections. 8. To prevent a noise within the building structure due to vibration transmission from the refrigerant lines, the following precautions should be taken: a. When the refrigerant lines have to be fastened to floor joists or other framing in a structure, use isola tion type hangers. b. Isolation hangers should also be used when refriger ant lines are run in stud spaces or enclosed ceilings. c. Where the refrigerant lines run through a wall or sill, they should be insulated and isolated. d. Isolate the lines from all ductwork. D. Service Valve Operation Brass Liquid Line Service Valve The Brass Liquid and Gas Line Service Valves are factory shipped in the seated position to hold factory charge. The pressure tap service port (when depressed) opens only to 3 LIQUID LINE SERVICE VALVE

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GAS LINE BALL SERVICE VALVE Installer’s Guide NOTICE:

4 UnIT SIDe OF VAlVe CAP 1/4 TURn Only COUnTeRClOCkWISe FOR FUll OPen POSITIOn VAlVe STeM Use care to make sure that no moisture enters pressure tap port, while wet rag is being used. NOTICE: Precautions should be taken to avoid heat damage to basepan during brazing. It is recommended to keep the flame directly off of the basepan. 7. Use a Dry Nitrogen Purge and Brazing Alloy without flux when brazing the field line to the copper factory connection. Flow dry nitrogen into either valve pressure tap port, thru the tubing and out the other port while

PReSSURe TAP PORT GAS lIne COnneCTIOn GAS LINE SERVICE VALVE 5 the field brazing side of the valve when the valve is in the seated position. The liquid line valve is not a back seating valve (see WARNING below). ! WARnInG Extreme caution should be exercised when opening the Liquid Line Service Valve. Turn valve stem counterclock wise only until the stem contacts the rolled edge. (See Figures 3 and 5) No torque is required. Failure to follow this warning will result in abrupt release of system charge and may result in personal injury and/or property damage. Brass Gas Line Service Valve The Brass Gas Line Service Valve is shipped in the closed position to hold the factory refrigerant charge. The pressure tap service port (when depressed) opens only to the field brazing side when the valve is in the closed position. The Gas Line Service Valve is full open with a 1/4 turn. See Figure 4. Brazing Refrigerant Lines 1. Remove lower access cover to access service valves. 2. Before brazing, remove plugs from external copper stub tubes. Clean internal and external surfaces of stub tubes prior to brazing. 3. Cut and fit tubing, minimizing the use of sharp 90° bends. 4. Insulate the entire gas line and its fittings. 5. Do NOT allow uninsulated liquid line to come in direct contact with bare gas line. 6. Precautions should be taken to avoid heat dam age to the pressure tap valve core during braz ing. It is recommended that the pressure tap port valve core be removed and a wet rag wrapped around the valve body. brazing. 8. Braze using accepted good brazing techniques. Leak Check IMPORTANT: Replace pressure tap port valve core before attaching hoses for evacuation. After the brazing operation of refrigerant lines to both the outdoor and indoor units is completed, the field brazed connections must be checked for leaks. Pressurize through the service valve ports, the indoor unit and field refrigerant lines with dry nitrogen to 350-400 psi. Use soap bubbles or other leak-checking methods to see that all field joints are leak-free! If not, release pressure; then repair! System Evacuation NOTE: Since the outdoor unit has a refrigerant charge, the gas and liquid line valves must remain closed. 1. Upon completion of leak check, evacuate the refrigerant lines and indoor coil before opening the gas and liquid line valves. 2. Attach appropriate hoses from manifold gauge to gas and liquid line pressure taps. NOTE: Unnecessary switching of hoses can be avoided and com‑ plete evacuation of all lines leading to sealed system can be accomplished with manifold center hose and con‑ necting branch hose to a cylinder of R‑410A and vacuum pump. 3. Attach center hose of manifold gauges to vacuum pump. 4. Evacuate until the micron gauge reads no higher than 350 microns. 5. Close off valve to vacuum pump and observe the micron gauge. If gauge pressure rises above 500 microns in one (1) minute, then evacuation is incomplete or system has a leak. 6. If vacuum gauge does not rise above 500 microns in one (1) minute, the evacuation should be complete. 7. Blank off vacuum pump and micron gauge, close valves on manifold gauge set. NOTE: DO NOT VENT REFRIGERANT INTO THE ATMOSPHERE. NOTE: A 3/16" Allen wrench is required to open liquid line service valve. A 1/4" Open End or Adjustable wrench is required to open gas line valve. A 3/4" Open End wrench is required to take off the valve stem cap. 8. The liquid line shut-off valve can now be opened. Remove shut-off valve cap. Fully insert hex wrench into the stem and backout counterclockwise until valve stem just touches rolled edge (approximately five [5] turns) observing WARNING statement on page 3. See Figure 3.

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Installer’s Guide 9. Replace liquid service pressure tap port cap and valve stem cap. These caps MUST BE REPLACED to prevent leaks. Replace valve stem and pressure tap cap finger tight, then tighten an additional 1/6 turn. 10. The gas valve can now be opened. For a ball type gas valve, open the gas valve by removing the shut-off valve cap and turning the valve stem 1/4 turn counterclock wise, using 1/4" Open End or Adjustable wrench. See Figure 4. For brass gas line service valve opening, follow 8 and 9 above. See Figure 5. 11. The gas valve is now open for refrigerant flow. Replace valve stem cap to prevent leaks. Again, these caps MUST BE REPLACED to prevent leaks. Replace valve stem and pressure tap cap finger tight, then tighten an additional 1/6 turn. See Figure 3. If refrigerant lines are longer than 15 feet and/or a differ ent size than recommended, it will be necessary to adjust system refrigerant charge upon completion of installation. See page 6 or the unit Service Facts. E. Electrical Connections ! WARnInG When installing or servicing this equipment, ALWAYS exercise basic safety precautions to avoid the possibility of electric shock. 1. Power wiring and grounding of equipment must comply with local codes. 2. Power supply must agree with equipment nameplate. 3. Install a separate disconnect switch at the outdoor unit. 4. Ground the outdoor unit per local code requirements. 5. Provide flexible electrical conduit whenever vibration transmission may create a noise problem within the structure. 6. The use of color coded low voltage wire is recommended to simplify connections between the outdoor unit, the thermostat and the indoor unit. Table 1 — NEC Class II Control Wiring 24 VOLTS WIRE SIZE MAX. WIRE LENGTH 18 AWG 150 FT 16 AWG 225 FT. 14 AWG 300 FT. 7. Table 1 defines maximum total length of low volt age wiring from outdoor unit, to indoor unit, and to thermostat. 8. Mount the indoor thermostat in accordance with in struction included with the thermostat. Wire per appro priate hook-up diagram (included in these instructions). F. Defrost Control The demand defrost control measures heat pump outdoor ambient temperature with a sensor located outside the out door coil. A second sensor located on the outdoor coil is used to measure the coil temperature. The difference between the ambient and the colder coil temperature is the differ ence or delta-T measurement. This delta-T measurement is representative of the operating state and relative capac ity of the heat pump system. By measuring the change in delta-T, we can determine the need for defrost. The coil sensor also serves to sense outdoor coil temperature for termination of the defrost cycle. Fault Identification A fault condition is indicated by the flashing light on the defrost control inside the heat pump control box. In normal operation, the defrost control light will flash once each second. If the light is flashing more than once per sec ond or not at all, refer to the service manual for that unit. Pin Identification (See Figure 6.) 1. TEST_COMMON (Shorting any of the other pins to this pin causes the function of the other pin to be executed. Leaving this pin open results in the normal mode of operation.) 2. TST = Test (Shorting TEST_COMMON to this pin speeds up all defrost board timings.) 3. FRC_DFT = Forced Defrost (Short TEST_COMMON PIN IDENTIFICATION 6 n O M M O C _ T S e T T F D _ T C S R T F to this pin for two [2] seconds to initiate a forced de frost. Remove the short after defrost initiates.) Defrost Control Checkout Normal operation requires: a. LED on board flashing 1 time/second. b. 24V AC between R & B. c. 24V AC between Y & B with unit operating. d. Defrost initiation when FRC_DFT pin is shorted to TEST_COMMON pin. If a defrost control problem is suspected, refer to the service information in control box. G. Compressor Start Up After all electrical wiring is complete, SET THE THER MOSTAT SYSTEM SWITCH IN THE OFF POSITION SO COMPRESSOR WILL NOT RUN, and apply power by clos ing the system main disconnect switch. This will activate the compressor sump heat (where used). Do not change the Thermostat System Switch until power has been applied for one (1) hour. Following this procedure will prevent potential compressor overload trip at the initial start-up. H. Operational and Checkout Procedures Final phases of this installation are the unit Operational and Checkout Procedures which are found in this instruc tion on page 8. To obtain proper performance, all units must be operated and charge adjustments made in accordance with procedures found in the Service Facts and on page 6. IMPORTANT: Perform a final unit inspection to be sure that factory tubing has not shifted during shipment. Adjust tubing if necessary so tubes do not rub against each other when the unit runs. Also be sure that wiring connections are tight and wire routing is secure.

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I. Electric Heaters Electric heaters, if used, are to be installed in the air han dling device according to the instructions accompanying Installer’s Guide M. Troubleshooting TROUBleSHOOTInG CHART — WHAT TO CHeCk

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SYSTEM FAULTS CH O W LTAG PR N R T C S R LTAG A TH N TAC O ND V E E N EC S RE SO IL D LV T R O EC ER E ES CA A TAR C E NS E TO LTAG MP IEN ER ER VA DE .D. A IRC TUC SU S TR V LE E E LE E N TR N O R P LAY FO S S T R C C PAC PAC FE U R W W T C K IC K O E S Some models have quick start components which are fac M

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O UP IR R IO ITO ITO E TAC IR RM OS C FU SS O AR AR AB FLO OP RH FLO TIO AK C TIV AK D L D tory installed. For models that do not have factory installed start components, provisions are made for a field installed start kit accessory. When adding an accessory, follow the instructions provided with the kit. K. Outdoor Thermostat An outdoor thermostat TAYSTAT250B may be field in stalled. For data, see wiring diagram attached to unit and instruction sheet packaged with outdoor thermostat. L. Seacoast Salt Shield If installed within one mile of salt water, including sea coasts and inland waterways, models without factory sup plied Seacoast Salt Shields require the addition of BAY SEAC001 (Seacoast Kit) at installation time. Please refer to Application Guide SS-APB006-EN: Trane - Seacoast Applications and Seacoast Corrosion Protection Bulletin REFRIGERANT CIRCUIT Head Pressure Too High Head Pressure Too Low Suction Pressure Too High Suction Pressure Too Low Liquid Refrig. Floodback (TXV) I.D. Coil Frosting Compressor Runs Inadequate or No Cooling/Htg ELECTRICAL Compressor & O.D. Fan Won’t Start Compressor Will Not Start But O.D. Fan Runs O.D. Fan Won’t Start Compressor Hums But Won’t Start Compressor Cycles on IOL I.D. Blower Won’t Start DEFROST Unit Won’t Initiate Defrost D E C H C H C H C H C H C H C H C H C H C H C H C H C H C P LY P P P P IN G P P P P P P P P P P L S S S S R P P P P P P P P R S S S S S S LAY S S S S S S TS S S S S S S S S IN G S S S S E R P P P P TAT S S S S O IL P P S E P P S S O R P P P P P P M P. S S S S S S S S G E P P P P P P P P P G E P P P P P A D P P P S S S LE S S S S S W P S S S S N S S S S E N S S P P E AT S S S S S S S S S S W P P P P P N S S S S S S S S S IN G S S P P S S S S E S S S IN G P P P P P S S EF. EF.

UN-SVB11A-EN. IMPORTANT: See Limited Warranty information in Use and Care Manual. H P P P C Defrost Terminates on Time P H P C Unit Icing Up P H S P P S S

C - Cooling H - Heating P - Primary Causes S - Secondary Causes * - 3 Phase Only Typical Field Hook-up Diagrams Notes:

1. Be sure power supply agrees with equipment nameplate. 2. Power wiring and grounding of equipment must comply with local codes. 3. Low voltage wiring to be No. 18 AWG minimum conductor. 4. ODT-B must be set lower than ODT-A. 5. If outdoor thermostats (ODT) are not used, connect W1 to W2 and W3. 6. If t-stat has a "T" terminal jumper it to the "B" terminal. leGenD FACTORY WIRING FIELD WIRING

18-BC51D1-8 5 Installer’s Guide Subcooling Charging In Cooling Above 55°F OD Ambient

The Trane company has always recommended installing Trane approved matched indoor and outdoor systems. All Trane split systems are AHRI rated with only TXV indoor systems. The benefits of installing approved indoor and outdoor split systems are maximum efficiency, optimum performance and the best overall system reliability. The following charging methods are therefore prescribed for systems with indoor TXVs. 1. Subcooling (in the cooling mode) is the only Add refrigerant to raise the pressure to match the table, or remove refrigerant to lower the pressure. Again, wait twenty (20) minutes for the system conditions to stabi lize before adjusting charge again. 8. When system is correctly charged, you can refer to Sys tem Pressure Curves (in Service Facts) to verify typical performance. R-410A ReFRIGeRAnT CHARGInG CHART DESIGN SUBCOOLING (˚F)

recommended method of charging above 55°F ambient temperatures. 2. For best results - the indoor temperature should be kept between 70°F to 80°F. Add LIQUID TEMP (˚F) 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 LIQUID GAGE PRESSURE (PSI)

system heat if needed. 3. At start-up, or whenever charge is re moved or added, the system must be oper ated for a minimum twenty (20) minutes to stabilize before accurate measurements can be made. 4. Measure Liquid Line Temperature and Refrigerant Pressure at service valves. 5. Determine total refrigerant line length, and height (lift) if indoor section is above the condenser. 6. Determine the Design Subcool Charging Temperature from the unit nameplate. 7. Locate this value in the appropriate col umn of the Subcooling Charging Table. Locate your liquid line temperature in the left column of the table, and the intersecting liquid line pressure under your nameplate subcool value column. 55 179 182 185 188 191 195 198 60 195 198 201 204 208 211 215 65 211 215 218 222 225 229 232 70 229 232 236 240 243 247 251 75 247 251 255 259 263 267 271 80 267 271 275 279 283 287 291 85 287 291 296 300 304 309 313 90 309 313 318 322 327 331 336 95 331 336 341 346 351 355 360 100 355 360 365 370 376 381 386 105 381 386 391 396 402 407 413 110 407 413 418 424 429 435 441 115 435 441 446 452 458 464 470 120 464 470 476 482 488 495 501 125 495 501 507 514 520 527 533 Refer to Service Facts or Installer's Guide for charging method. From Dwg. D154557P01 Rev. 2

SUBCOOL CHARGING TABLE CORRECTIONS FOR LINE LENGTH AND RISE 60 )

T NA RE GI RF ER 50 T 40 E E 30 F ( 25 Add 10 psig to Subcool Charging Table Pressure T 20 F I L 15 Use Design Subcool Value from Table E 10 N I 0 Subtract 10 psig from S.C. Table Pressure L 10 20 25 30 40 60 80 TOTAL REFRIGERANT LINE LENGTH (FEET)

Subcooling Charging Below 55°F OD Ambient – In Heating Only

1. The Subcool Charging Method in cooling is not recom mended below 55°F outdoor ambient. 2. The only recommended method of charging at outdoor ambients below 55°F, is to weigh in the charge in the heating mode. 3. Use Nameplate charge plus standard charge adders for line length. 4. Check liquid line temperature and pressure (at the OD valves) to obtain a minimum of 10°F subcooling. 5. Add charge if a minimum of 10°F subcooling is not obtained with the nameplate charge plus line length correction. 6. It is important to return in the spring or summer to accurately charge the system in the cooling mode at outdoor ambients above 55°F.

6 18-BC51D1-8 Installer’s Guide 4TWR3 & 4TWR4 Outline Drawing Note: All dimensions are in MM (Inches). MODELS BASE FIG. g w 4TWR4042C 4 1 1045 (41-1/8) 946 (37-1/4) 870 (34-1/4) 3/4 3/8 152 (6) 98 (3-7/8) 219 (8-5/8) 86 (3-3/8) 508 (20) D 4TWR4048C 4 1 1147 (45-1/8) 946 (37-1/4) 870 (34-1/4) 7/8 3/8 152 (6) 98 (3-7/8) 219 (8-5/8) 86 (3-3/8) 508 (20) m o r 4TWR4060C 4 1 1147 (45-1/8) 946 (37-1/4) 870 (34-1/4) 7/8 3/8 152 (6) 98 (3-7/8) 219 (8-5/8) 86 (3-3/8) 508 (20)F 18-BC51D1-8 7 Installer’s Guide Mounting Hole Location Note: All dimensions are in MM (Inches). NOTE: For model base size, see table on page 7. From Dwg. 21D152637 Rev. 1 Checkout Procedure After installation has been completed, it is recommended that the entire system be checked against the following list:

1. Refrigerant Line, Leak checked.................................. [ ] 2. Suction Lines and Fittings properly insulated .......... [ ] 3. Have all Refrigerant Lines been secured and isolated properly?......................................................... [ ] 4. Have passages through masonry been sealed? If mortar is used, prevent mortar from coming into direct contact with copper tubing........................ [ ] 5. Verify tightness of all electrical connects ................... [ ] 6. Observe outdoor fan during on cycle for clearance and smooth operation .................................................. [ ] 7. Indoor coil drain line drains freely. Pour water into drain pan .............................................................. [ ] Trane trane.com 8. Supply registers and return grilles open and unobstructed ................................................................ [ ] 9. Return air filter installed ............................................ [ ] 10. Thermostat thermometer is accurate. Check against a reliable thermometer. Adjust per instructions with thermostat ...................................... [ ] 11. Is correct speed tap being used? (Indoor blower motor).................................................. [ ] 12. Operate complete system in each mode to insure safe operation. .................................................. [ ]

Trane has a policy of continuous product and product data improvement and it reserves the right to change design and specifications without notice. 18-BC51D1-8 03/11


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Reader Comments & Q&A

@Ray,

You're asking about the temperature limit control for the air handler for backup heat for a Trane heat pump system. Typically those units employ a snap-disc type limit control whose sensor is mounted on the air handler in the supply plenum; you'll find it by following wires from the burner control up to the plenum and look for device like those I'll show starting with the SWT01261 American Standard Trane Furnace Limit Switch attached to this note.

Continuing: the limit switch above is not adjustable; it has these properties:
THERMAL LIMIT, OPEN @ 260 F, CLOSE @ 230 DEG F.

Below we show a side view of the same control - this comprises the probe and snap-disc sensor that is inserted into the plenum - you won't see the probe and sensor until the control is removed.

Replacements are sold by HVAC suppliers like arnoldservice.com/

Watch out: be sure to check the part number or your installation manual before ordering a limit control for your specific Trane unit as yours may have a different limit control installed. The key differences are the proper range of operating temperatures.

Your HVACR supplier fan help you be sure you're ordering the right limit control switch for your Trane system when you provide the model number of your unit.

For example the Trane furnace thermal limit control shown below open sat 190, and closes at 160 degF. This is the Trane SWT01612
Thermal Limit, Open at 190, Close at 160, For Use With Mfr. Model Number ADC120C960B5, ADC120C960B6, ADC120C960B7, ADC120C960B8, ADC120C960BA, ADC1D120A9601AA, ADC1D120A9601AB, ADC1D120A9601AC, ADC1D120A9601AD, ADH2D120A960VAA, ADH2D120A9V5VAA, ADH2D120A9V5VAB, ADH2D120A9V5VAC, ADH2D120A9V5VAD, ADH2D120A9V5VBA, Fits Brand Trane
Also widely sold, e.g. at zoro.com/

My own search for
""Furnace limit control switch for Trane Model TWV018B140A1"
turns up more than one switch so I'm not confident that the sales websites will exactly match your unit without further questioning

The Trane Furnace Limit Switch SWT01261 is specifically listed as for the TWV018B140A1 (your unit) according to this online parts vendor: repairclinic.com
and is shown at the start these notes.

Other common Trane limit controls - for other readers - include

Trane SWT1274 Thermal Limit Switch Furnace
Trane SWT01696 (this is a snap disc alone without the mounting probes)
Trane SWT01612 (Trane ADCxxxxx) models

Where is the fan limit switch on a Trane Model TWV018B140A1 Serial Number K47375594 MFR Date 11/95

Savannah,

I suspect we're seeing insulation that protects the plastic vent line (probably for a draft inducer or vent) from heat generated in the heat exchanger.

You can find the installation manual for your Trane XV90 on this page, at TRANE AIR CONDITIONERS & HEAT PUMPS inspectapedia.com/heat/HVAC-Manuals-Air-Conditioners-Boiler-Furnaces-T-Z.php#Trane along with contact information for the company.

I include your photo to invite comments and I've sent an inquiry to the company as well.

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It’s a 1989 Trane XV90 - no manual unfortunately

well it certainly looks like an insulating material but I don't know Details of your equipment. Do you have the manual that has a parts explosion? If so we could identify exactly what's being insulated. If not I'll see if I can find the manual myself. So let me know.

I’ve got a 1989 Trane XV90 and I’m curious what these white blocks are. I think I got the picture attached
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Question: identify the insulating foam block in a 1989 Trane XV90 air handler

Trane XV90 air handler foam insulating block identification request (C) InspectApedia.com  Savannah2017/12/05 Savannah said:

I’ve got a 1989 Trane XV90 and I’m curious what these white blocks are. I think I got the picture attached

Reply:

I suspect we're seeing insulation that protects the plastic vent line (probably for a draft inducer or vent) from heat generated in the heat exchanger.

You can find the installation manual for your Trane XV90

at TRANE AIR CONDITIONERS & HEAT PUMPS along with contact information for the company.

I'll post your photo here to invite comments from industry experts and other readers. I have also sent a note to Trane's technical support at the company's website, to ask for confirmation about the role of this component. - Editor 2017/12/06

 


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c.Detachthe coilfromthe drainpan byremovingf.

4 screwsasshowninFigure4.

d. Removethe fronttriangularbaffle fromthe coil

andinstallthe1/2" widegasketprovidedper

Figure4. Trimthegasketlengthtofitthebaffle.

Reinstallthebanetocoil, withgasketmaterial

compressedagainstthe coil.

e.Installthewaterblow-offbafflesprovidedon each

sideofthe coilwiththeflangeatthe topasshown

inFigure4.Thebottomof thebaffleistobeasg.

closetothebottomof thecoilaspossible.

f.Installthe7/8"widegasketineachsideof the

drainpanasshowninFigure4 (sect.X-X).

g.Placethe2 waterdiverterbaffles(5tonmodelh.

only)underneaththecoilon theinsideedgeof

the drainpan,Figure4.Fillthe bendinthei.

bafflewhichfitsthe inneredge ofthe drainpan

withRTV typeadhesive/sealantbeforeinstalling

the baffle.

h.Theunitis thenplacedwiththeblowersidedown

andthecoil isreplacedonthecoil channelsupports

withthedrainconnectionsat thebottom.Theunit

is nowin downflowpositionwithfrontaccess.

i.Whenairhandlerwithsupplementaryheateris to

be installedinthedownflowpositiononcombus-

tibleflooringan accessorysubbase(TAYBASE101

for 4TEP3F18-36A,TAYBASE100for 4TEP3F42A,

4TEP3F48-63BandTAYBASE102on 4TEP3F48-

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HORIZONTAL LEFT

a. For maximumefficiency andCustomerease of

filtermaintenance,it is recommendedthata

properlysized remotefilterandgrillebe installed

for horizontalapplications.Airflowshouldnot

exceed the facevelocity ofthe filterbeing used.

The factoryinstalled filter should then be

removed from the unit.

b.To converttheunitto horizontalleft,frontaccess,

slidethecoiloutonthecoil channelsupportsand

rotatethecompletecoil 180 degrees.

c. Removethefactoryinstalledbaneassemblyfrom

the apexofthe coilbyremovingthe 5/16"hexhead

screws.Replacethis bafflewiththe factorysup-

pliednarrowcoil baneusingthescrewsremoved

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d.Thecoil istheninsertedbackintothecabineton

theoppositesidecoil channelsupports.Theunitis

now horizontalleftwithfrontaccess.

e. Openingswherefieldwiringentersthe

cabinetmustbe completelysealed.Locationof

powerentryis shownontheOutlineDrawing.

Cagenutsarenot providedfor horizontal left

suspension.However,if theunitissuspended,it

mustbe supportedfromthebottomnearbothends

as wellasthemiddletopreventsagging.The

serviceaccess mustremainunobstructed.

If theunitisnotsuspendeditmustbesupportedas

mentionedaboveandisolatedcarefullyto prevent

sound transmission.Vibrationisolators(purchased

locally) mustbe placedundertheunit.

It isalwaysrecommendedthatanauxiliarydrain

panbeinstalledundera horizontalairhandler

(See CondensatePiping)to preventpossible

damageto ceilings.

Isolatetheauxiliarydrainpan fromthe unitor

from thestructure.

Connecttheauxiliarydrainpantoa separatedrain

line (notrapisneededinthisline) or routeoutside

thestructureto aconspicuouslocationin accor-

dancewithnationaland localcodes.

HORIZONTAL RIGHT

a. For maximume_iciency andCustomerease of

filtermaintenance,it is recommendedthata

properlysizedremotefiltergrillebe installedfor

horizontalapplications.Airflowshouldnot exceed

the facevelocityofthe filterbeingused.The

factoryinstalledfilter should then be re-

movedfrom the unit.

b.Unitis shippedfromthefactoryin theupflowor

horizontalright configuration.Unit conversionis

not required.

c.Theunitisdesignedforsuspensionusing1/4" -

20threadedrods.Othermeansof suspensionare

allowedaslongas theunitissupportedfromboth

endsas well as themiddletopreventsaggingand

serviceaccessis notobstructed.

d. If theunitisnotsuspendeditmustbeisolated

carefullyto preventsoundtransmission.Vibration

isolators(purchasedlocally)mustbe placedunder

the unit.

e.It isalwaysrecommendedthatanauxiliarydrain

panbeinstalledundera horizontalairhandler

(SeeCondensateDrainPiping)to preventpossible

damageto ceilings.

f. Isolatetheauxiliarydrainpanfromtheunitor

from thestructure.

g.Connecttheauxiliarydrainlinetoa separatedrain

line(no trapis neededin thisline)andterminate

accordingto localcodes.

h.If areturnductis connectedtotheAirHandler,it

mustbethe samedimensionsasthe returnopen-

ingshownin theoutlinedrawings.

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