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TM-5-4120-339-14 Air Conditioner Vertical Compact 9 000 BTU/HR 208 Volts 3-Phase 50/60 HZ Tierany Model TM9KV-208-3-60 Manual
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Figure 3-4. Removal and installation of fans and motor
TM 5-4120-339-14
TO 35E9-253-1
3-10.
FAN MOTOR AND FANS.
a. Evaporator Fan.
(1) Removal. (See figure 3-4.)
(2) Inspection.
(a) Inspect for missing or defective attaching hardware.
(b) Inspect fan and ring for evidence of damage which would impair serviceability.
(3) Repair. Replace defective or missing attaching hardware.
(4) Replace. Replace fan and/or ring if damaged to an extent which would impair serviceability.
(5) Installation. (See figure 3-4.)
b. Condenser Fan.
(1) Removal. (See figure 3-4.)
(2) Inspection.
(a) Inspect for missing or defective attaching hardware.
(b) Inspect condenser fan, baffle (model TM-9KV-208-3-60 only) and bracket (model TM-9KV-208-3-60
only) for evidence of damage which would impair serviceability.
(3) Repair. Replace defective or missing attaching hardware.
(4) Replace. Replace condenser fan and/or baffle (model TM-9KV-208-3-60 only) and/or bracket (model
TM-9KV-208-3-60 only) if damage would impair serviceability.
(5) Installation. (See figure 3-4.)
c.  Fan Motor. The fan motor operates both the condenser fan and the evaporator fan and is a 1.1 HP, 208 volt,
3-phase, 50/60 Hz electric motor. The motor is equipped with a double ended shaft, permanently lubricated ball bearings,
and an overload protector which will reset itself automatically after cooling.
WARNING
Disconnect the air conditioner from the electrical power source before removing
the fan motor.
(1) Removal. (See figure 3-4.)
(2) Inspection.
(a) Inspect for broken, damaged or burned electrical leads and loose wire connections.
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