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Lennox CBX32MV Air Handlers Unit Maintenance

The Lennox CBX32MV Air Handlers Unit Maintenance is a procedure that inspects the components of your unit. Easily identify parts that need service or replacement from your service technician.
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04/26/2021

Lennox CBX32MV Air Handlers Unit Maintenance

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The Lennox CBX32MV Air Handlers Unit Maintenance is a procedure that inspects the components of your unit. Easily identify parts that need service or replacement from your service technician.
  • WARNING: Electric shock hazard. Can cause injury or death. Before attempting to perform any service or maintenance, turn the electrical power to unit OFF at disconnect switch(es). Unit may have multiple power supplies.

  • WARNING: Improper installation, adjustment, alteration, service or maintenance can cause personal injury, loss of life, or damage to property. Installation and service must be performed by a licensed professional installer (or equivalent) or a service age

  • Maintenance and service must be performed by a qualified installer or service agency. At the beginning of each cooling season, the system should be checked as follows:

  • Outdoor Unit

  • Motor Nameplate

  • Actual:

  • NOTE ‐ If insufficient cooling occurs, the unit should be gauged and refrigerant charge should be checked.

  • Outdoor Coil

  • NOTE - It may be necessary to flush the outdoor coil more frequently if it is exposed to substances which are corrosive or which block airflow across the coil (e.g., pet urine, cottonwood seeds, fertilizers, fluids that may contain high levels of corrosiv

  • Sea Coast

  • Indoor Unit

  • Belt Drive Blowers

  • Motor Nameplate

  • Actual

  • Indoor Coil

  • Cabinet Insulation

  • IMPORTANT: DAMAGED INSULATION MUST BE REPAIRED OR REPLACED before the unit is put back into operation. Insulation loses its insulating value when wet, damaged, separated or torn.

  • The temperature/humidity difference between the inside and outside of the cabinet can cause condensation on the inside or outside of the cabinet which leads to sheet metal corrosion and subsequently, component failure.

  • REPAIRING DAMAGED INSULATION

  • Figure 25. Repairing Insulation

Source: Lennox

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