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LENNOX XP14 SINGLE-STAGE HEAT PUMP Maintenance

The LENNOX XP14 SINGLE-STAGE HEAT PUMP Maintenance Form focuses on the Outdoor Unit. This maintenance form must be performed by a qualified installer or service agency only. You will be provided with a complete checklists containing different parts of your equipment for thorough inspection ensuring you quality performance at all times.
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04/26/2021

LENNOX XP14 SINGLE-STAGE HEAT PUMP Maintenance

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The LENNOX XP14 SINGLE-STAGE HEAT PUMP Maintenance Form focuses on the Outdoor Unit. This maintenance form must be performed by a qualified installer or service agency only. You will be provided with a complete checklists containing different parts of your equipment for thorough inspection ensuring you quality performance at all times.
  • In order to ensure peak performance, your system must be properly maintained. Clogged filters and blocked airflow prevent your unit from operating at its most efficient level.

  • Air Filter

  • . Disposable Filter

  • NOTE − If you are unsure about the filter required for your system, call your Lennox dealer for assistance.

  • IMPORTANT: Turn off electrical power to the unit at the disconnect switch before performing any maintenance. The unit may have multiple power supplies.

  • Reusable Filter

  • NOTE − The filter and all access panels must be in place any time the unit is in operation

  • Electronic Air Cleaner

  • Indoor Unit

  • IMPORTANT: Sprinklers and soaker hoses should not be installed where they could cause prolonged exposure to the outdoor unit by treated water. Prolonged exposure of the unit to treated water (i.e., sprinkler systems, soakers, waste water, etc.) will corro

  • Outdoor Unit

  • HEAT PUMP OPERATION

  • Your new Lennox heat pump has several characteristics that you should be aware of:

  • In case of extended power outage...

  • THERMOSTAT OPERATIONS

  • Temperature Setting Levers

  • Fan Switch

  • System Switch

  • Indicating Light

  • Temperature Indicator

  • Programmable Thermostats

  • Preservice Check

  • If your system fails to operate, check the following before calling for service:

Source: Lennox

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