c. Stopping. You can stop the air conditioner from any mode of operation by turning the mode selector switch to
OFF. Do not disconnect power supply.
d. Modes of Operation. Refer to Table 2-2 for the control settings required to obtain the desired mode of operation.
The fabric cover must be rolled up and secured while the air conditioner is operating in any mode.
Preparation for Movement
No exceptional preparation is required when the air conditioner is to be routinely moved to a new location. Simply close the
evaporator intake and discharge louvers. and close the fabric cover with the slide fastener.
Decals and Instruction Plates
The air conditioner incorporates the following decals and instruction plates: (See figure 2-3.)
a. Military Identification Plate. This plate. mounted just to the left of the sight-glass liquid indicator. displays the
description, NSN, Part No. and name of the manufacturer of the equipment.
b. Refrigerant Type and Charge Plate. This plate contains the type and charge (by weight) of the refrigerant. It is
located above the military identification plate. It contains the following message: THIS UNIT CHARGED WITH 4 LB OF
REFRIGERANT 22. CAUTION: TO PREVENT COMPRESSOR DAMAGE DO NOT ADD LIQUID REFRIGERANT
THRU THE SUCTION SERVICE VALVE.
c. Pressure Cutout Switch Plate. This plate identifes the high- and low-pressure cutout switch reset buttons. and
states, PUSH TO RESET. It is located above the sight-glass liquid indicator.
d. Sight-glass Color Change Plate. This plate is located immediately below the sight-glass liquid indicator. It
displays three colors for comparison to the color of the liquid refrigerant. green (dry). chartreuse (caution) and yellow (wet).
e. Fan Rotation Plate. This plate,
located at the
12:00 o'clock position above the condenser vanguard,
arrow indicating the proper fan direction.
f. Circuit/Breaker Reset Plate. This plate. located above the circuit breaker reset knob, contains the instructions
PULL AND PUSH TO RESET CB.
g. Gauge Access Plate. This plate, located below the fresh air screen states, REMOVE SCREEN TO INSTALL
h. Damper Control Plate. Mounted
on the left
side of the evaporator intake grille, this plate states: FRESH AIR
DAMPER CHAIN PULL TO CLOSE.
i. Control Panel Plate. This plate is the face plate of the control panel. It contains the two-speed fan switch (HI
SPEED, LO SPEED), the temperature control thermostat (DECREASE TEMP INCREASE) and the mode selector switch
(COOL, VENTILATE, OFF, LO HEAT, HI HEAT).
j. Refrigeration Diagram. This plate. located on the junction box cover, contains a schematic diagram of the
k. Access Plate. Located at the front of the lower right side, this plate contains the words: CIRCUIT BREAKER
MOVE HANDLE UP TO RESET.
/. Wring Diagram P/ate. This plate is located on the inside surface of the lower panel.