Owner’s Manual
CR2500ACH
CR5000ACH
Portable Heating and Air Conditioning Unit
Version 02
Table of Contents
1. SAFETY...
For Your Notes:
For Your Notes:
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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
1-1
1. SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
CAREFULLY READ THESE INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE
USING
ATTENTION...
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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
1-3
USE OF EXTENSION CORDS
Use of an extension cord is not recommended. Using an
ext...
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PACKAGE CONTENTS
2-1
2. PACKAGE CONTENTS
INCLUDED ITEMS
· (1) ClimateRight® Air Conditioning and Heating...
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SPECIFICATIONS
3-1
3. SPECIFICATIONS
CR2500 CR5000
Rated Cooling Capacity 2500 BTU 5000 BTU
Rated Heati...
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INSTALLATION
4-1
4. INSTALLATION
Please refer to the installation guide.
The installation guide, along w...
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REMOTE CONTROL
5-1
5. REMOTE CONTROL
INSTALLING BATTERIES
To Insert the Batteries in the Remote Control:...
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REMOTE CONTROL
5-3
HOUR/MIN
Use the Hour and Min buttons to set the clock and timer.
To set clock: Press...
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MODE AND FAN OPERATION
6-1
6. MODE AND FAN OPERATION
AUTO MODE
Turn the unit on by pressing the I/O butt...
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MODE AND FAN OPERATION
6-3
HEAT MODE
Turn on the unit by pressing the I/O button on the remote
control. ...
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MODE AND FAN OPERATION
6-5
MAINTENANCE:
The ClimateRight® climate control unit is a low maintenance
prod...
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TROUBLESHOOTING
7-1
7. TROUBLESHOOTING
PROBLEM POSSIBLE
CAUSES WHAT TO DO
Air conditioner
does not sta...
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TROUBLESHOOTING
7-3
NORMAL OPERATING SOUNDS
· The thermostat may click when the compressor cycles on
and...
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LIMITED WARRANTY
8-1
8. LIMITED WARRANTY
To view the ClimateRight® Limited Warranty statement,
please vi...
For Your Notes:
CR2500ACH12S
CR5000ACH12S
On the Internet:
The most recent information about ClimateRight
can be foun...
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Portable Heater CR2500-5000 Owners Manual

This portable heater is perfect for setting a comfortable space temperature during the cold weather. From pet houses to garages and sheds, this portable heater is handy for any small space you need to heat up a little. Read owners manual for specific details or visit ClimateRight website http://www.climaterightair.com/
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  • 1. Owner’s Manual CR2500ACH CR5000ACH Portable Heating and Air Conditioning Unit Version 02 Table of Contents 1. SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS .............................................................. 1-1 CAREFULLY READ THESE INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE USING ................................................... 1-1 SAFETY PRECAUTIONS ............................................................................................. 1-2 USE OF EXTENSION CORDS ....................................................................................... 1-3 2. PACKAGE CONTENTS ................................................................. 2-1 INCLUDED ITEMS .................................................................................................... 2-1 UNIT FEATURES ..................................................................................................... 2-2 3. SPECIFICATIONS ........................................................................ 3-1 4. INSTALLATION ........................................................................... 4-1 5. REMOTE CONTROL .................................................................... 5-1 INSTALLING BATTERIES ............................................................................................ 5-1 I/O BUTTON (ON/OFF) ........................................................................................... 5-2 MODE BUTTON ..................................................................................................... 5-2 FAN BUTTON ........................................................................................................ 5-2 TEMPERATURE [+/-] ............................................................................................... 5-2 HOUR/MIN .......................................................................................................... 5-3 T-ON AND T-OFF (TIMER) ....................................................................................... 5-3 RESET BUTTON ...................................................................................................... 5-3 6. MODE AND FAN OPERATION .................................................... 6-1 AUTO MODE ........................................................................................................ 6-1 COOL MODE ......................................................................................................... 6-1 DRY (DEHUMIDIFYING) MODE................................................................................... 6-2 FAN MODE ........................................................................................................... 6-2 HEAT MODE ......................................................................................................... 6-3 SLEEP .................................................................................................................. 6-3 TIMER FUNCTION ................................................................................................... 6-4 POWER OUTAGE RECOVERY FEATURE ......................................................................... 6-4 MAINTENANCE: ..................................................................................................... 6-5 Filters ........................................................................................................... 6-5 Condenser ..................................................................................................... 6-5 Evaporator .................................................................................................... 6-5 7. TROUBLESHOOTING .................................................................. 7-1 NORMAL OPERATING SOUNDS .................................................................................. 7-3 8. LIMITED WARRANTY ................................................................. 8-1
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  • 3. CLIMATERIGHT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS 1-1 1. SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY READ THESE INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE USING ATTENTION: THIS UNIT CONTAINS REFRIGERATION AND OIL. THIS UNIT MUST SIT UPRIGHT AND UNPLUGGED FOR 24 HOURS AFTER RECEIPT OR WARRANTY WILL BE VOIDED AND UNIT MIGHT BE DAMAGED OR FAIL PERMANENTLY · For safety purposes, the information in this manual must be followed to minimize the risk of fire, electric shock or personal injury. · Use this appliance only for its intended purpose as described in this Owner’s Manual. · This air conditioner must be properly installed in accordance with the Installation Instructions before it is used. · Turn the unit OFF and unplug from power source before any maintenance or cleaning. · Any servicing beyond cleaning must be performed by a qualified individual. Failure to comply may void the warranty. · DO NOT store or use combustible materials, gasoline or other flammable vapors or liquids in the vicinity of this or any other appliance. · This product contains refrigerants. As required by federal law, refrigerants must be removed prior to disposing of this product. To dispose of this product, contact the local waste disposal service to ensure safe and proper disposal according to federal, state and local laws. C l i m a t e C o m f o r t A n y p l a c e I m a g i n a b l e 1-2 SAFETY PRECAUTIONS · Save these instructions. · For additional FAQ’s, please visit www.climaterightair.com for the most up to date information. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS · Do not use the unit if the power cord is frayed, cracked or otherwise damaged. A damaged power cord must be replaced with a new power cord obtained from the manufacturer and not repaired. Contact ClimateRight for repair and replacement details. · Never unplug the unit by pulling on the power cord. Always grip plug firmly and pull straight out from the receptacle. · Connect to a properly grounded 120V outlet. Do not remove the ground prong. The power outlet must be easily accessible and located within the length of the power cord supplied with the unit. · This unit is designed to be used outdoors. When plugging the unit into an outdoor outlet, the outlet must be a GFCI outlet and have a weatherproof while-in-use receptacle cover. · The unit should be plugged into its own circuit. If other devices are plugged into the same circuit, the fuse or breaker may trip due to excessive amperage draw. · Internal parts of the unit may get hot such as the condenser, compressor and copper piping. Do not remove the outer cover and touch these parts. · There are moving parts inside the unit. Do not put any body part inside of the unit. C l i m a t e C o m f o r t A n y p l a c e I m a g i n a b l e
  • 4. CLIMATERIGHT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS 1-3 USE OF EXTENSION CORDS Use of an extension cord is not recommended. Using an extension cord could prevent the unit from operating normally and could potentially pose a fire and safety risk. It is recommended that unit is located near a 3-prong 120V GFCI outlet. If one is not near, one should be installed by a qualified electrician. C l i m a t e C o m f o r t A n y p l a c e I m a g i n a b l e 1-4 USE OF EXTENSION CORDS For Your Notes: C l i m a t e C o m f o r t A n y p l a c e I m a g i n a b l e
  • 5. CLIMATERIGHT PACKAGE CONTENTS 2-1 2. PACKAGE CONTENTS INCLUDED ITEMS · (1) ClimateRight® Air Conditioning and Heating Unit · (1) Remote Control · (2) AAA batteries · (1) Owner’s Manual · (1) Installation Guide Quick Connect Hose System · (2) ClimateRight® Unit Connector Flanges (Pre-mounted to ClimateRight®) · (2) 4’ Flexible Air Hose · (4) Hose Flanges (Pre-mounted to Hoses) · (2) Building Flanges · (4) Flange Caps C l i m a t e C o m f o r t A n y p l a c e I m a g i n a b l e 2-2 UNIT FEATURES UNIT FEATURES C l i m a t e C o m f o r t A n y p l a c e I m a g i n a b l e
  • 6. CLIMATERIGHT SPECIFICATIONS 3-1 3. SPECIFICATIONS CR2500 CR5000 Rated Cooling Capacity 2500 BTU 5000 BTU Rated Heating Capacity 2700 BTU 4300 BTU Rated Cooling Input 480W 700W Rated Cooling Current 4.3A 6.2A Rated Heating Input 800W 1200W Rated Heating Current 6.9A 9.5A Air Flow Volume 120 CFM 152 CFM Rated Voltage 115V/60HZ 115V/60HZ Max. Current 7.0A 10A Refrigerant Gas R134a (200g) R410a (300g) Max. Working Pressure 290 PSI 653 PSI Min. Working Pressure 15 PSI 44 PSI Diameter of Duct 3.3” 3.3” Unit Size 14.1” x 17.1” x 14.5” 14.1” x 18” x 15.1” Pack Size 16.9” x 23.8” x 15.8” 17.2” x 24.3” x 16.5” Unit Weight 46 lbs. 55 lbs. Waterproof Class IPX4 IPX4 Recommended Generator 2000W minimum 2000W minimum C l i m a t e C o m f o r t A n y p l a c e I m a g i n a b l e 3-2 For Your Notes: C l i m a t e C o m f o r t A n y p l a c e I m a g i n a b l e
  • 7. CLIMATERIGHT INSTALLATION 4-1 4. INSTALLATION Please refer to the installation guide. The installation guide, along with other resources can be found at www.climaterightair.com. C l i m a t e C o m f o r t A n y p l a c e I m a g i n a b l e 4-2 For Your Notes: C l i m a t e C o m f o r t A n y p l a c e I m a g i n a b l e
  • 8. CLIMATERIGHT REMOTE CONTROL 5-1 5. REMOTE CONTROL INSTALLING BATTERIES To Insert the Batteries in the Remote Control: 1. Remove the battery cover by sliding it according to the arrow direction. 2. Insert two new AAA alkaline batteries, matching the (+) and (–) of the battery to the orientation in the battery compartment. 3. Reattach the cover by sliding it back into position. Important Notes: · Remove the batteries from the remote control if the system is not going to be used for an extended period of time. · This is an IR (Infrared) remote and requires line of sight to control the unit. Make sure there are no obstructions between the remote and signal receiver located on the display panel of the unit. · The ClimateRight Unit operates exclusively through the remote control. There are no push button controls on the unit. · If the remote control is lost, please contact ClimateRight® to order a replacement. C l i m a t e C o m f o r t A n y p l a c e I m a g i n a b l e 5-2 I/O BUTTON (ON/OFF) I/O BUTTON (ON/OFF) Starts or Stops the Unit MODE BUTTON Selects the functions of the unit for: a. Fan Mode b. Air Conditioning Mode c. Heating Mode d. Dehumidifying Mode (Dry) e. Auto Mode FAN BUTTON a. High b. Medium c. Low d. Auto TEMPERATURE [+/-] Select the desired temperature by pressing either + or – key when using the unit in cooling, heating or Auto function. The LCD will display the desired temperature during the setting. The LCD displays room temperature when it is not at temperature setting mode. The LCD display either in Celsius or Fahrenheit. Press the temperature + and – keys simultaneously to change the display from Celsius to Fahrenheit and vice versa. C l i m a t e C o m f o r t A n y p l a c e I m a g i n a b l e
  • 9. CLIMATERIGHT REMOTE CONTROL 5-3 HOUR/MIN Use the Hour and Min buttons to set the clock and timer. To set clock: Press and hold either Hour or Min button until the time at the bottom right of the LCD screen begins to flash. Once the time begins to flash, press the hour or min key until the current time has been set. The clock will display as a 24- hour clock. After a few seconds of inactivity, the clock will stop flashing and is now set. The clock can also be reset by pressing down the reset button for a few seconds then releasing it. The display will then reset and the clock can be set. T-ON AND T-OFF (TIMER) The T-On and T-Off buttons set the unit to turn on and off at a pre-determined time. RESET BUTTON Pressing and holding the reset button will return the remote to its default settings. The clock will also be reset. C l i m a t e C o m f o r t A n y p l a c e I m a g i n a b l e 5-4 RESET BUTTON Mode Fan Sleep LCD Display On/Off Temperature + / - Timer On Hour / Min Timer Off C l i m a t e C o m f o r t A n y p l a c e I m a g i n a b l e Reset
  • 10. CLIMATERIGHT MODE AND FAN OPERATION 6-1 6. MODE AND FAN OPERATION AUTO MODE Turn the unit on by pressing the I/O button on the remote control. Press the Mode Button until the “AUTO” appears on the LCD display. Select the fan speed by using FAN button. During the AUTO mode, the unit operates at heating mode when the room temperature is below 68 degrees. It operates dehumidifying mode when the room temperature is between 68 and 80 degrees. It operates at cooling mode when the room temperature is above 80 degrees. The timer may be used with the AUTO mode. COOL MODE Turn on the unit by pressing the I/O Button on the remote control. Press Mode Button until “Cool” appears on the LCD display Press the + / - Temperature button until the desired room temperature appears on the LCD. The temperature ranges from 61oF-88 oF (16 oC-31 0C). Select the fan speed by pressing the Fan Button. The fan will continue to operate once the temperature reaches the set temperature. NOTE: During hot days, the unit will cool off the room most efficiently by setting the temperature at the lowest and the fan speed at the highest. Reducing the length of the outlet duct and insulating the outlet duct and keeping direct C l i m a t e C o m f o r t A n y p l a c e I m a g i n a b l e 6-2 DRY (DEHUMIDIFYING) MODE sunlight to a minimum will also improve the cooling efficiency. NOTE: If the air conditioner is off and is then turned on while set to a Cool setting or if turned from a fan setting to a Cool setting, it may take approximately 3 minutes for the compressor to start and cooling to begin. DRY (DEHUMIDIFYING) MODE Turn on the unit by pressing the I/O button on the remote control. Press the Mode Button until the “DRY” appears on the LCD display. NOTE: The unit operates at low fan speed during dehumidifying. The unit cools room slightly during the dehumidification. Keep the windows and the doors closed to aid the effectiveness of the unit in removing the moisture from the room. NOTE: The unit will not perform dehumidification when the room temperature is lower than 61 degree. FAN MODE Turn on the unit by pressing the I/O button on the remote control. Press the Mode Button until “FAN” appears on the LCD display. Select the fan speed by pressing the Fan Speed Button. The HIGH, MED and LOW fan speeds can be chosen for the following modes: AUTO, COOL, FAN and HEAT. Only the LOW fan speed is available for DRY mode. C l i m a t e C o m f o r t A n y p l a c e I m a g i n a b l e
  • 11. CLIMATERIGHT MODE AND FAN OPERATION 6-3 HEAT MODE Turn on the unit by pressing the I/O button on the remote control. Press the Mode Button until “HEAT“ appears on the LCD display. Press the +/- Temperature button until the desired room temperature appears on the LCD. The temperature ranges from 61oF - 88oF (16oC - 31oC). Select the fan speed by pressing the Fan Speed Button. It is recommended to use a low fan setting. The fan will continue to operate once the temperature reaches the set temperature. C l i m a t e C o m f o r t A n y p l a c e I m a g i n a b l e SLEEP Turn on the unit by pressing the I/O button on the remote control. Press SLEEP to enter into sleep mode The fan motor of unit runs in low speed When in cooling mode, within the first two hours, the temperature will be increased 1°F per hour. Then temperature will stay at 2°F higher than the original temperature for 8 hours. After 8 hours, the temperature will return to original temperature. When in heating mode, within the first two hours, the temperature will be decreased 1°F per hour. Then temperature will stay at 2°F lower than the original temperature for 8 hours. After 8 hours, the temperature will return to the original temperature. When in dehumidify mode, the temperature will not be changed. 6-4 TIMER FUNCTION TIMER FUNCTION To set the timer to turn the unit On or Off: Press the “T-On” key, the clock and the word “ON” will begin to flash. Press the Hour and Min buttons until the desired on time has been reached. After a few seconds of inactivity, the clock will stop flashing and the timer will be set. To set the timer to turn off, repeat the same steps with the “T-Off” key. Note: Timer can only be set in 10 minute increments. POWER OUTAGE RECOVERY FEATURE In the case of a power outage or interruption, the unit will automatically re-start in the settings last used after the power is restored. If the Delay 1–24hr feature was set, it will resume countdown. If desired, a new time may be set. C l i m a t e C o m f o r t A n y p l a c e I m a g i n a b l e
  • 12. CLIMATERIGHT MODE AND FAN OPERATION 6-5 MAINTENANCE: The ClimateRight® climate control unit is a low maintenance product and does not require much attention if used in normal environments. However, two components will require periodic cleaning to ensure maximum heating and cooling efficiency. Failure to property care for the ClimateRight® unit as mentioned above will result in a voided Warranty. FILTERS The removable mesh filter installed at the air inlet will accumulate debris over time. Remove and clean the filter monthly. If the unit is located in an area with lots of dirt, debris and pet fur, check and clean the filter weekly. CONDENSER The condenser is located on the side of the unit with the open grid. If the cooling capacity of the unit becomes degraded, the condenser fins may be dirty. Debris on the fins will not allow the refrigerant to cool properly. Use a garden hose with a spray nozzle set on a gentle setting to rinse away dirt and debris. EVAPORATOR If the unit is installed in a location with lots of dirt, debris and pet fur, the air filter may not screen all contaminants from the air. If the evaporator becomes heavily soiled with debris, it may be necessary to clean the evaporator. To clean the evaporator, carefully remove the sheet metal surrounding the top and sides of the unit. Use a soft bristle brush, such as a paint brush to gently brush away the debris from the evaporator fins. DO NOT use a metal wire brush as this will damage the fins and could puncture the refrigerant tubes. C l i m a t e C o m f o r t A n y p l a c e I m a g i n a b l e 6-6 MAINTENANCE: For Your Notes: C l i m a t e C o m f o r t A n y p l a c e I m a g i n a b l e
  • 13. CLIMATERIGHT TROUBLESHOOTING 7-1 7. TROUBLESHOOTING PROBLEM POSSIBLE CAUSES WHAT TO DO Air conditioner does not start. The air conditioner is unplugged. Check that the air conditioner plug is inserted completely into the outlet. The fuse is blown or the circuit breaker has been tripped. Check the house fuse/circuit breaker box and replace the fuse or reset the breaker. Power failure. The unit will automatically re-start in the settings last used after the power is restored. There is a protective time delay (approximately 3 minutes) to prevent tripping of the compressor overload. For this reason, the unit may not start normal cooling for 3 minutes after it is turned back on. Water builds up in unit. Clogged drain hole Check the drain hole and unclog if it is blocked. Make sure the unit is on a level surface. C l i m a t e C o m f o r t A n y p l a c e I m a g i n a b l e 7-2 MAINTENANCE: PROBLEM POSSIBLE CAUSES WHAT TO DO Air conditioner does not cool as it should. Airflow is restricted. Make sure there are no obstructions blocking the supply or return air vents. The temp control may be set too high. In the Cool mode, press the Decrease (–) button. The air filter is dirty. Check and clean the filter at least every 30 days. The condenser is dirty. Use a hose and nozzle set to the gentle setting to gently rinse debris out of the condenser fins. Space not cooling quickly. Allow up to 24 hours for the unit to cool down the space. The remote control is not working. The batteries are inserted incorrectly. Check the position of the batteries. They should be inserted in the opposite (+) and (-) direction. The batteries may be dead. Replace the batteries. C l i m a t e C o m f o r t A n y p l a c e I m a g i n a b l e
  • 14. CLIMATERIGHT TROUBLESHOOTING 7-3 NORMAL OPERATING SOUNDS · The thermostat may click when the compressor cycles on and off. · Fan · Control Beep C l i m a t e C o m f o r t A n y p l a c e I m a g i n a b l e 7-4 NORMAL OPERATING SOUNDS For Your Notes: C l i m a t e C o m f o r t A n y p l a c e I m a g i n a b l e
  • 15. CLIMATERIGHT LIMITED WARRANTY 8-1 8. LIMITED WARRANTY To view the ClimateRight® Limited Warranty statement, please visit www.climaterightair.com. C l i m a t e C o m f o r t A n y p l a c e I m a g i n a b l e For Your Notes:
  • 16. For Your Notes: CR2500ACH12S CR5000ACH12S On the Internet: The most recent information about ClimateRight can be found at www.climaterightair.com Corporate Address: ClimateRight, LLC. 808 Rhoads Ave Columbus, OH 43205 is a registered trademark of ClimateRight, LLC. ©2014 ClimateRight, LLC.

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