Instruction/ maintenance manual of the product ERV90HC Broan
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INST ALLA TION INSTR UCTIONS HR V90H AND ER V90HC RESIDENTIAL USE ONL Y READ AND SA VE THESE INSTR UCTIONS 06010C re v . E Model no.: HR V90HT (HR V with por ts on top) Model no.: HR V90HS (HR V with por ts on sides) Model no.: ER V90HCT (ER V with por ts on top) Model no.
ABOUT THIS MANU AL Because of the large amount of models cov ered by this pub lication, the illustrations are typical ones. Some details of y our unit may be slightly diff erent than the ones shown.
1.0 T ECHNICAL D ATA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-6 1.1 A IR D ISTRIBUTION (N ORMAL O PERA TION ) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
HR V ER V 1. TECHNICAL D A T A 1.1 A IR D ISTRIBUTION (N ORMAL O PERA TION ) VF0039 VF0038 HR V ER V 1.2 A IR D ISTRIBUTION (R ECIRCULA TION OR D EFROST M ODE ) VF0036 VF0037 Celcius (°C) -5 to -27 -27 and less F ahrenheit (°F) 23 to -17 -17 and less Defrosting (min.
1.4.1 HR V U NITS 1. TECHNICAL D A T A (CONT’D) 1.4 P ERFORMANCE C HARTS V entilation Performance NO TE: A LL SPECIFICA TIONS ARE SUBJECT T O CHANGE WITHOUT NO TICE .
1. TECHNICAL D A T A (CONT’D) 1.5 D IMENSIONS 1.5.1 D IMENSIONS FOR P ORTS ON S IDES U NITS 2½” (64 mm) 12 16 ” (310 mm) 16 ¼” (413 mm) 3 4’ ’ (102 mm) 6’ ’ (152 mm) 22 16 ” (574 m.
2.3 S IMPLIFIED I NST ALLA TION (C ONNECTION T O A FORCED AIR SYSTEM ) 2. TYPICAL INST ALLA TIONS Installations ma y vary according to the type of unit and the por ts configuration (top or sides). Use the f ollowing illustrations as guidelines to help you decide on ho w the unit will be installed.
2. TYPICAL INST ALLA TIONS (CONT’D) The ER V units are created to meet specific requirements related to geographical locations . T ake a look at the map below; the shaded area shows the limits where the ER V unit can be installed. Howe ver , there is no geographical limitation f or installing an HR V unit.
- 9 - 3. INST ALLA TION 3 .1 I NSPECT THE C ONTENTS OF THE B OX • Inspect the e xter ior of the unit f or shipping damage. Ensure that there is no damage to the door , door latches, power cord, etc . • Remov e and discard the 2 transpor t brac kets ( A ) and open the door .
- 10 - 3. INST ALLA TION (CONT’D) 3.5 P LANNING OF THE D UCTWORK • K eep it simple. Plan f or a minimum of bends and joints. • K eep the length of insulated ducts to a minimum. • Do not ventilate cr awl spaces or cold rooms. Do not attempt to recov er the exhaust air from a dryer or a range hood.
3. INST ALLA TION (CONT’D) 3.6 I NST ALLING THE D UCTW ORK AND R EGISTERS ( CONT ’ D ) 3.6.2 C ENTRAL D RA W P OINT S YSTEM ( AS ILLUSTRA TED IN S ECTION 2.2) Stale air exhaust ductw ork Same as f or Fully Ducted System, descr ibed on point 3.6.1.
3.6 I NST ALLING THE D UCTW ORK AND R EGISTERS ( CONT ’ D ) 3.6.3 S IMPLIFIED I NST ALLA TION ( AS ILLUSTRA TED IN S ECTION 2.3) There are 2 methods f or connecting the unit to the fur nace/air hand.
Rigid ducts Use a small length of fle xible duct to connect the rigid duct to the por ts in order to av oid vibration transmissions. Use tie-wraps to perf or m connections.
3.8 I NST ALLING THE T ANDEM ® T RANSITION K IT ( CONT ’ D ) 3.8.1 C ONNECTION T O T ANDEM ® TRANSITION 1. F or each duct, pull back the insulation to e xpose the interior flexible duct. 2. Connect the interior flexib le duct to the smaller par t of the T andem® transition (5’ ’ ov al) using a tie wrap .
3.8 I NST ALLING THE T ANDEM ® T RANSITION K IT ( CONT ’ D ) 3.8.4 C ONNECTING T ANDEM ® TRANSITION TO THE D UAL EXTERIOR H OOD ( CONT ’ D ) 2. Join the end of the T andem® transition to the rear of the exterior backplate . Secure with 2 Xmas tree pins and seal properly with duct tape.
3. INST ALLA TION (CONT’D) 3.9 I NST ALLING 2 E XTERIOR H OODS Choose an appropriate location to install the exterior hoods: • There must be a minimum distance of 6 f eet (1.
4. CONTROLS 4.1 I NTEGRA TED C ONTROL All units are equipped with an integrated control, located under the unit, in front of the electrical compar tment. Use the push button ( 1 ) to control the unit. The LED ( 2 ) will then shows on which mode the unit is in.
4. CONTROLS (CONT’D) 4.2.1 E LECTRICAL C ONNECTION T O VT4W M AIN W ALL C ONTROL NO C NC I OC OL Y R G B B G OC MAIN WALL CONTROL LITE-TOUCH BRONZE and SIMPLE TOUCH BRONZE REAR VIEW G B Y VE0101A M AIN W ALL CONTROL VT4W REAR VIEW 4.2 E LECTRICAL C ONNECTION T O O PTIONAL W ALL C ONTROLS ( CONT ’ D ) 4.
4. CONTROLS (CONT’D) 4.4 O PTIONAL A UXILIAR Y W ALL C ONTROLS O PERA TION 4.4.1 20-M INUTE L IGHTED P USH -B UTT ON T IMER Set the push-button timer to ON. The fan motors will then operate at high speed f or 20 minutes and the indicator will light up .
6. WIRING DIA GRAM W ARNING Risk of electrical shocks. Before performing an y maintenance or servicing, al ways disconnect the unit fr om its power source.
7.1 W HA T Y OU N EED T O B ALANCE THE U NIT • A magnehelic gauge capable of measuring 0 to 0.5 inch of water (0 to 125 P a) and 2 plastic tubes. • The balancing char t located on the unit door . 7.2 P RELIMINAR Y S T AGES T O B ALANCE THE U NIT • Seal all the unit ductwork with tape.
8. CONNECTING THE DRAIN (HR V UNITS ONL Y) VO0091 VO0093 VO0092 T o drain In order to keep the dr ain pan intact, hand tighten the 2 plastic drain fittings to the unit door using the gaskets and n uts as shown. Cut 2 sections of plastic tubing, about 12” (305 mm) long and attach them to each drain fitting.
3. Lift both f oam filters brack et ( 1 ) and remov e the f oam filters from the core. While holding the core, rotate the 2 core retainers ( 2 ) and slide out the core from the unit. 2. Unlatch the door and open it. Clean the inner side of the door with a damp cloth, then wipe with a dr y one.
9. MAINTENANCE (CONT’D) 9.1 S EMI -A NNU AL M AINTENANCE ( CONT ’ D ) 4. Clean the inside walls of the unit with a clean damp cloth, then wipe with a clean dry one. 5. W ash the 2 core filters under hot water with mild soap . Rinse thoroughly and let dr y completely bef ore reinstalling on the core.
- 25 - VL0019 10. SER VICE P ARTS I TEM D ESCRIPTION P ART N UMBER HR V90HS HR V90HT ER V90HCS ER V90HCT ( PORTS ON SIDES )( PORTS ON TOP )( PORTS ON SIDES )( PORTS ON T OP ) 1O V AL PORT ( FITS 5” .
11. TROUBLESHOO TING Prob lems P ossible causes Y ou should try this 1. Unit does not work. • The circuit board may be def ective. • Unplug the unit. Disconnect the main control and the auxiliary control(s) (if need be). Jump G and B terminals. Plug the unit b a c k and w ait about 10 seconds.
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