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WeatherMaster® Water-Control Induction Air Terminal: 36R Unit Maintenance

This procedure is for the maintenance of your Water-Control Induction Air Terminal. This focuses on the removal of your changeover valve, bypass damper removal and bellows assembly removal to name a few.
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05/03/2021

WeatherMaster® Water-Control Induction Air Terminal: 36R Unit Maintenance

10 steps
This procedure is for the maintenance of your Water-Control Induction Air Terminal. This focuses on the removal of your changeover valve, bypass damper removal and bellows assembly removal to name a few.
  • Lint Screen (Accessory)

  • Foreign Objects in Unit

  • Contol Air Filter Removal (Fig.7)

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  • Changeover Valve Removal (Fig. 7 and 8)

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  • Coil Removal (Fig. 7)

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  • Bypass Damper Removal

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  • Bypass Damper Removal

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  • Bellows Assembly Removal (Fig. 9)

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  • Thermostat Removal

  • Unit-Mounted Thermostat (Fig.7)

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  • Wall-Mounted Thermostat (Fig. 10)

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