GE Vertical Zoneline® Packaged Terminal Air Conditioner AZ75E09DAC user guide

Full corrosion treatment on outside coils and other components is standard.
TL1 (H) (Temp. Limit 1Heat)*

TL2 (H) (Temp. Limit 2Heat)*

TL3 (H) (Temp. Limit 3Heat)*

Operating Instructions

TL1 (C) (Temp. Limit 1Cool)

TL2 (C) (Temp. Limit 2Cool)

TL3 (C) (Temp. Limit 3Cool) of auxiliary controls. The first three switches are used to select the cooling limits. The next three switches are used to control the heating limits.

Safety Instructions

* Not applicable to Cool-Only models

Troubleshooting Tips

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ControlsTerminal Connections

The terminal connections are located behind the front case panel through an opening on the front of the unit.

To access the terminal connections, remove the front panel by removing the filter, taking out the four front screws, the upper two screws from the top of the panel and the shipping screws on each side, if present. (Discard the two side shipping screws, if present.)

Operating Instructions

Safety Instructions

Controlsterminal connections.

Improper CDC wiring may damage the Zoneline electronics or cause erratic Zoneline operation.

No common busing is permitted. A separate wire pair must be run from each separate controlling switch to each individual Zoneline.

Insert the building hook-up wires into the bottom of the terminals and tighten screws securely to make the desired connections.

Route the wires from the terminal connections

through the unit wire guides and out through the case wire guide.

Care and Cleaning

NOTE: The owner is responsible for setting the appropriate dip switches and connecting terminals.

Route wires through wire connections

CommonGround

WhiteHeater

YellowCompressor

BlackReversing Valve

GreenHigh Speed Fan

GreenLow Speed Fan

Red24V AC only

Troubleshooting Tips

Room Air Sensor

Motion Sensor

Door Sensor

Central Desk Control

Room Air Sensor (Requires room air sensor kit RAVRMS)

When connected, the room air sensor will allow utilization of the temperature limiting and freeze sentinel features.

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NOTE: If GE thermostat RAK148D1, RAK148P1 or RAK164D1, RAK164P1 is used with the unit, the room sensor kit is not needed for temperature limiting since this feature is incorporated in the thermostats.

Room Air Sensor

Hydronic Heating (Requires Hydronic Heating Kit RAVHW1, RAVHW2 or RAVHW3)

Required connections for hydronic heating kit.

NOTE: R, W, C terminal connections will also be connected to the remote thermostat if applicable.

Hydronic Heating

Motion Sensor (Obtained locally)

The Occupancy Sensor dip switch must be in the up position to use this feature.

When connected, the wall mounted motion sensor will detect motion in the room and automatically cycle the unit between normal operation and energy management operation.

Motion Sensor

Operating Instructions

The door and motion sensors work together to automatically cycle the unit between normal operation and energy management operation.

Door Sensor (Obtained locally)

The Occupancy Sensor dip switch must be in the up position to use this feature.

When connected, the door sensor will detect when the door in the room is opened or closed.

This feature must be used in conjunction with the motion sensor.

Door Sensor

Care and Cleaning

The door and motion sensors work together to automatically cycle the unit between normal and energy management operations.

Central Desk Control

When connected, the unit lock-out is released and it can be turned ON or OFF with a switch located at the Central Desk Control. A separate wire pair must be run from each separate controlling switch to each individual Zoneline.

Troubleshooting Tips

Central Desk Control

Remote Thermostat

The unit will be controlled by a remote thermostat.

IMPORTANT:

The Zoneline thermostat connections provide 24V AC only.

If using a digital/electronic wall thermostat, you must set it to the 24V AC setting. See the

Installation Instructions for the wall thermostat.

Red24V AC only

GreenLow Speed Fan

GreenHigh Speed Fan

BlackReversing Valve

YellowCompressor

WhiteHeater

CommonGround

Consumer Support

Damage to a wall thermostat or to the

Zoneline electronics can result from improper connections. Exercise extra attention when connecting blue and black wires. No line voltage connections should be made to any circuit in the thermostat. Isolate all wires in building from line voltage.

Safety Instructions

On/Off Switch

The unit on/off switch is located on the front of the Zoneline.

To turn on the unit, press the top of the switch in.

To turn off the unit, press the bottom of the switch in.

Operating Instructions

Safety Instructions

Other features of your Zoneline.

Ventilation Control

The ventilation control lever is located on the left side of the Zoneline unit, behind the front case

Care and Cleaning

To access the ventilation control lever, remove the front panel by removing the filter, taking out the four front screws, the upper two screws from the top of the panel and the shipping screws on each side, if present. (Discard the two side shipping screws, if present).

When the lever is in the CLOSE position, only the air inside the room is circulated and filtered.

When the lever is in the OPEN position, some outdoor air will be drawn into the room. This will reduce the heating or cooling efficiency.

Vent control

(push lever down and pull forward or back to

Energy Tip: Keep the vent control in the CLOSE position. The room air will be filtered and circulated.

Troubleshooting Tips

To close the vent, push the vent lever handle down, pull it forward and lock it up in place.

To open the vent, push the vent lever handle down, push it back and lock it up in place.

About Heat Pumps (on some models)

Heat pumps can reduce operating costs by exchanging heat from the outside aireven when the outside temperature is below freezing and releasing that heat indoors.

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To get the best economic benefit from your heat pump, dont change the room thermostat setting very often. Raising the heat setting 23 degrees will cause the Zoneline to use its electric heating elements in order to reach the new temperature setting quickly.

There is a three minute minimum compressor run time at any setting to prevent short cycling.

The indoor fan motor starts before the compressor and stops after the compressor cycles off.

The electric heating elements use much more electricity than heat pumps and cost more to operate.

Do Not Operate Cool-Only Models in Freezing Outdoor Conditions

Cool-only air conditioners are not designed for use when freezing outdoor condit