INSTALLATION SITE PREPARATION - Continued
Inside installation. Manufacture an arrangement of ducts for the condenser intake and discharge air openings,
and the fresh air damper intake and/or CBR filter intake, if installed. Ducts may be made for attachment to the
air conditioner cabinet using the mounting holes for the condenser inlet and outlet guards and grilles, and the
fresh air filter frame and/or the air intake on the CBR filter or some other arrangement may be made. Prepare
appropriate openings in an exterior wall for the ducts. Ducts may be designed to use the condenser inlet and
outlet guards and grilles and the fresh air filter and frame supplied with the air conditioner and relocated and
installed on the new duct work. Adequate replacements or some other arrangement of these items may be
Easy access to air filters must be provided. Filters maybe left in unit or relocated
in duct work. Some installations (filters relocated in duct work) may require differ-
ent size filters.
d. Outside installation. Manufacture an arrangement of ducts for the conditioned air intake and discharge air.
Ducts may be made for attachment to the air conditioner cabinet using the mounting holes for the conditioned
air intake and discharge grilles or some other arrangement may be made. Ducts may also be made for installa-
tion of the conditioned air intake and discharge grilles on the inside ends or replacements for these items may
be used. Prepare appropriate openings in the appropriate wall for the ducts.
Retain all items removed from air conditioner. Store them in a safe place. These parts
must be reinstalled prior to returning air conditioner to supply. For a list of required items,
AIR CONDITIONER PREPARATION FOR INSTALLATION
General. No preparation is necessary if the air conditioner is to be installed by the typical exterior wall opening .
method and operated as a self-contained unit. For alternate installation methods, some preparation is neces-
The unit is designed to provide for several basic types of installation. See the following paragraphs for instruc-
tions only if they are applicable to your requirements.
(1) Remote mounting of control panel. (See para 4-7.)
(2) When power and/or control cable(s) are to be connected through the return air duct, see paragraph 4-8.
(3) Alternate input power cable connector locations. (See para 4-9.)
(4) Installations that require removal of the fabric cover. (See para 4-10.)