TOOLS AND TEST EQUIPMENT REQUIREMENTS FOR AIR CONDITIONER
Table 2. Tools and Test Equipment for Air Conditioner.
TOOL OR TEST
No special tools and test equipment
required. Standard tools and test equipment
in the following kits are adequate to
accomplish the maintenance functions listed
in Section II
Tool kit, service, refrigeration Unit
Soldering Gun Kit
Overhead lifting device w/ slings, 500 lb.
Installation Tool (Remote control box captive
(00742) 231 P12805
Recovery and Recycle Unit
REMARKS FOR AIR CONDITIONER
Table 3. Remarks for Air Conditioner.
Repair is limited to removal of drain plugs, electrical caps and covers, temperature sensing probe, thermostatic switches,
terminal board & support, heating elements, condensate drain, radio frequency filter and EMI screens.
Repair includes replacement of tubing and fittings.
Repair is limited to replacement of gaskets and/or insulation only.
Repair includes replacement of electrical connector, fan inlet rings, impeller, blower housing, extension shaft, and base.
Replace insulation, lifting handles, blind nuts, and plate nuts.
Repair includes replacement of module mounting screws, varistor, transformer, component board, fuse, fuseholder,
rectifier, capacitor, relays, terminal board and jumpers. Chassis repair is limited to blind nut replacement.
Repair includes replacement of sight glass, dehydrator, receiver, quench valve, discharge bypass valve, valve mounting
bracket, pressure switches, pressure relief valve, service valves, cap & chain, control, head pressure, tubing and fittings.
Service is limited to cleaning condenser cover and EMI screens.
Replace external components only, including resilient mounts.
Replace blind nut and plate nuts only.
Repair includes replacement of module cover, time totalizing meter, relays, and terminal board.
Repair limited to replacement of snap fastener, gaskets, rivets, blind nuts, and danger plate.
Repair includes replacement of mode selector switch, run indicator light, temperature control, and cover.
Other than those items listed above, there are no supplemental instructions or explanatory remarks required for the
maintenance functions listed in Table 1. All functions are sufficiently defined in the Introduction. Active time listed for
maintenance task functions are with the air conditioner in off-equipment position.