If compressor is being removed due to burnout, use care when
lifting compressor to avoid touching compressor sludge. Acid in the
sludge can cause burns. Rubber gloves should be worn.
8. Carefully lift compressor from air conditioner.
If compressor is being replaced due to motor burnout,
decontaminate the refrigerant system. Failure to do so will result
in failure of the new compressor.
Prior to installing compressor, inspect resilient mounts for
deterioration. Replace if deteriorated. Inspect mounting hardware
and replace if damaged.
1. Place compressor on resilient washers (4), flat washers (3), and spacers (5) while
aligning with mounting holes.
2. Insert four socket head shoulder screws (l), flat washers (3), and resilient
washers (4) through bottom of unit casing.
3. Install flat washers (6) and nuts (2). Tighten securely.
Compressor tube connections are factory sealed to prevent moisture
or dirt contamnation of compressor. Do not remove plugs until
compressor is to be connected to refrigerant tubing.
7. Install harness connector P3.
8. Secure harness assembly in place with tie straps.