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RV Products DivisionOPERATION & MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONSFOR230/240 VAC, 1ø, 50Hz47000 SERIESRV ROOF TOP AIR CONDITIONER/HEAT PUMPANDREMOTE CONTROLLERService Contact:Coast to Coast RV Services Pty Ltd.PO BOX 415REGENTS PARK DC NSW 2143 AustraliaTel: 61-2-9645 [email protected] is a registered trademark of The Coleman Company, Inc. used under license. Mach is a registered trademark.More information https://www.caravansplus.com.au

TABLE OF .Model and Serial Numbers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Operating Guidelines . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Adjusting the Air Flow . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Hand Held Controller . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Initial Configuration of the Hand Held Controller . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Selecting the Manual Mode of Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Follow Me . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Fahrenheit or Celsius (F/C) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Time and Day Set Up . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7-Day Programming . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .LED lights & Buttons on Ceiling Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Routine Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Warranty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2233466666789These instructions are a general guide for operating and maintaining the 47000 Series, 230/240 VAC, 50Hz,Coleman -Mach roof top heat pumps and remote hand held controller.This appliance is not intended for use by persons (including children) with reduced physical, sensory ormental capabilities, or lack of experience and knowledge, unless they have been given supervision orinstruction concerning use of the appliance by a person responsible for their safety. Children should besupervised to ensure that they do not play with the appliance and Cleaning and user maintenance shall notbe made by children without supervision.I.Model & Serial NumberYour air conditioner or heat pump has been designed for years of safe, dependable operation. Theseinstructions contain a general description on the operation of the unit, how to set up and operate thecontroller, and a list of routine maintenance items.The first thing you should do is to write down the model number and serial number of the unit. Bothnumbers can be found on the data label on the unit.Model No. Serial No.II.Operating GuidelinesThe air conditioner is designed to provide cooling and dehumidification. A heat pump reverses therefrigerant cycle to provide heating in cool weather. The performance of both units can be optimized byfollowing the simple guidelines: Keep doors and windows closed to prevent the loss of conditioner air. Keep the curtains closed to reduce heat gain. Set the temperature to a reasonable temperature. A low fan speed will reduce sound level and improve dehumidification when the unit is cooling. Properly adjust the air flow with the slides on the front and rear of the ceiling assembly. Never obstruct the air flow to the ceiling assembly. Do not spray water or any cleaning fluid into the ceiling assembly. The ceiling assembly should becleaned with a damp cloth. Do not put any object, including your hands, into the openings of the ceiling assembly.-2-More information https://www.caravansplus.com.au

III.Adjusting the Air FlowThe conditioned air is distributed through the ceiling assembly. Slides on the front and rear of the ceilingassembly can be moved to adjust the air flow to the front and rear.Return AirLouverBackSlideBack slideReturn Air LouverFront SlideIV.Hand Held ControllerThe remote controller controls the operation of the air conditioner or heat pump with an infrared signal to asensor on the ceiling assembly. For the best reception, the remote should be pointing at the ceiling assemblywhen changing set points and configuring the air conditioner or heat pump.Note: Should the remote be lost, the air conditioner or heat pump can be controlled by buttons on theceiling assembly.-3-More information https://www.caravansplus.com.au

Battery Indicator (only visiblewhen battery is low)POWERTurns Unit On or ndandTimeTimeMODEScroll to SelectSystem Operating FunctionsFANScroll to Select Fan SpeedF/CSelect either Fahrenheit or CelsiusFOLLOW METurns Follow Me ModeOn and OFFV.Initial Configuration of the Remote ControllerThe controller has been factory configured to operate the heat pump. Should you wish to verify the correctconfiguration, the controller must be in either the Heat ELE or the Auto-changeover (Auto) mode.A. Heat ELE mode.1. Press the Power Button.2. Using the Mode button, scroll through the various setting by repeatedly pressing the Modebutton until Heat ELE is shown.3. Press the MODE & FAN Buttons for 5 seconds. The temperatures on the screen will disappearand HP should appear at the bottom of the screen. If nHP is shown, press the UP & DOWNbuttons to select HP.4. After 5 seconds, the remote will revert to normal operation.B. Auto-changeover Mode1. Press the Power Button.2. Using the Mode button, scroll through the various setting by repeatedly pressing the Modebutton until Auto is shown.3. Press the MODE & FAN Buttons for 5 seconds. The temperatures on the screen will disappearand HP, nHP or Gas should appear at the bottom of the screen. If nHP or Gas is shown, pressthe UP & DOWN buttons to select HP.4. After 5 seconds, the remote will revert to normal operation.-4-More information https://www.caravansplus.com.au

VI.Selecting the Manual Mode of OperationThe air conditioner (if equipped with heat) or heat pump has five modes of operation- Cooling, Heating,Auto (Auto-changeover), Dry and Fan. To select the desired operation, press the MODE button. Then usethe UP or DOWN button to select the set point temperature. Select the desired fan speed by pressing theFAN button. To advance to the next mode, press the MODE button.Cooling: The unit will operate in cooling mode to maintain the set point temperature.In the Cooling Mode, four fan selections are available: High speed continuous, Low speed continuous, AutoHigh or Auto Low. In Auto, the Fan cycles on & off with the compressor. Use the Fan button to select thedesired setting. To advance to the Heating mode, press the MODE button.Typical Cooling ScreenHeating: The unit will operate in heating mode to maintain the set point temperature. There are twoselections in the Heating Mode – Heat Pump (ELE) and GAS (gas furnace).(Heating only functions on air conditioners with electric heat, heat pumps or vehicles with an auxiliarysource of heat, e.g. a gas furnace.)A. Vehicles without a gas furnace1. Using the Mode button, scroll through the various setting by repeatedly pressing the Modebutton until HEAT ELE is shown.2. Using the UP & DOWN buttons, select the desired set point temperature.3. Press the FAN button to select either High or Low Fan speed.4. Press the mode button twice to go to Auto Mode, bypassing the HEAT GAS set up.B. Vehicles with a gas furnace1. Repeat steps 1-3 above.2. Press the MODE button once and Heat GAS is shown.3. Using the UP & DOWN buttons, select the desired set point temperature.4. In HEAT GAS, the fan speed is selected automatically; the user can not select the fan speed.5. Press the MODE button to go to AUTO mode.NOTE: HEAT GAS should only be used if a gas furnace is to be operated with the controller. InGas heat mode, Follow Me is automatically turned on. See description of Follow Me below.-5-More information https://www.caravansplus.com.au

Auto: The unit will automatically heat and cool, depending on the set point temperature. (Heating onlyfunctions on air conditioners with electric heat, heat pumps or vehicles with an auxiliary source of heat,e.g. a gas furnace). Use the UP & DOWN buttons to select the desired set point temperature. In theAuto mode, the fan speed is selected automatically. To advance to the Dry mode, press the MODEbutton.Dry: This mode is for dehumification when the vehicle is not in use. The unit will operate in thecooling mode to provide dehumidification. Use the UP & DOWN buttons to select the desired set pointtemperature. If the room temperature in is above the set point, the unit will operate for 15 minutes andthen turn off for 3 minutes. If the room temperature is below the set point, the unit will operate for 6minutes and then turn off for 15 minutes. In the Dry mode, the fan speed is selected automatically. Toadvance to the Fan mode, press the MODE button.FAN: The indoor fan is run to circulate air, but the compressor does not operate. In the Fan Mode, twofan selections are available: High speed continuous or Low speed continuous. Use the FAN button toselect.VII. Follow MeIn normal operation a temperature sensor in the ceiling assembly senses the temperature and controls theoperation of the Air Conditioner or Heat Pump. Follow Me switches this control to a temperature sensor onthe hand held controller. To activate Follow Me, press the Follow Me button for 3 seconds and release. Onor Off will flash on the screen. Press the Follow Me button again to change the setting. In Gas heat mode,Follow Me is automatically turned on.VIII. F/CSelects whether the temperature is displayed in Fahrenheit or Celsius. Press and hold the F/C button for3 seconds and release. CEL or FAH will be displayed. Press the F/C button again to change theselection.IX. Time and Day Set UpPress the CLOCK button and hold for 3 seconds.The hour and AM or PM will flash. To change the hour, press the UP or DOWN button.To change the minute, press and release the PROGRAM button. To change the minute, press the UP orDOWN button.To change the day, press and release the PROGRAM button. To change the day, press the UP orDOWN button.Press the CLOCK button to return to the normal screen.X.7-Day ProgrammingThe 7-day program schedule allows different set point temperatures for different times of each day ofthe week. The schedule includes four periods– Morning, Day, Evening and Night- for each day of theweek. Each period has a start time, a set point temperature for Heat, Cool and Auto modes. For 7-dayprogramming:Press the CLOCK and PROGRAM buttons simultaneously and hold for three seconds.The first selection is for the day of the week. Press the UP or DOWN button to select Monday (MON).Press the PROGRAM button to select the settings for the Morning period. Press the UP or DOWNbutton to select Morning.Press the PROGRAM button to select the hour for the period to begin. Use the UP and DOWN buttonto select the hour.Press the PROGRAM button to select the minute for the period to begin. Use the UP and DOWNbutton to select the minute.-6-More information https://www.caravansplus.com.au

Press the PROGRAM button to select the set point temperature for Cooling. Press the UP or DOWNbutton to select the desired temperature.Press the PROGRAM button to select the set point temperature for Heating. Press the UP or DOWNbutton to select the desired temperature.Press the PROGRAM button to select the set point temperature for Auto. Press the UP or DOWNbutton to select the desired temperature.Repeat this procedure to select the start times and set point temperatures for Monday Day, MondayEvening and Monday Night.Repeat this procedure for the remaining days of the week.If the unit is in the COOL, HEAT, or AUTO mode, it can be run in either the Manual Run mode or the7-Day Preprogrammed Run mode. Pushing the PROGRAM button will toggle between the ManualRun mode and 7- Day Preprogrammed Run mode. While in the 7-Day Preprogrammed Run mode,PROGRAM will appear at the bottom of the screen. The set point temperatures maybe changed bypushing the UP & DOWN buttons. The manually set temperature will remain in effect until the start ofthe next preprogrammed period. The 7-Day preprogrammed mode is not available in the Fan only orDry mode.XI. LED lights and buttons on the ceiling assembly.The ceiling assembly has a two color LED to indicate if the unit is in Cooling or Heating. Two manualoverride buttons - one for cooling the other for heating – can be used if the remote controller is lost ormalfunctions.Two color LEDRed for HeatingBlue for CoolingInfrared receiverManual override buttonsfor Heating & Cooling-7-More information https://www.caravansplus.com.au

XII. Routine MaintenanceThe ceiling assembly and the outside shroud can be cleaned with a damp cloth. When required a milddetergent can be used.There are two washable filters in the ceiling assembly, one behind each return air louvers. To access thefilters, pull on the tabs on the return air grilles. The filters should be washed in warm water or vacuumedclean and replaced. The filters should be inspected once a month and cleaned as required. Note: If the unitis operated in a dusty environment, the filters should be inspected and cleaned more frequently.Tabs to access filterTabs to access filter-8-More information https://www.caravansplus.com.au

XIII.WARRANTYCoast RV Pty Ltdtrading as Coast to Coast RV ServicesABN 49 097 104 492 - ACN 101 461 330PO Box 415, Regents Park NSW 2143AUSTRALIAPh (02) 9645 7600 - Fax (02) 9645 7699Email: [email protected]: www.coastrv.com.auCoast to Coast RV ServicesPO Box 58-054, Botany AUCKLAND 2163NEW ZEALANDPh (09) 274 8700 – Fax (09) 274 8701Email: [email protected]: www.coastrv.co.nzWarranty Against Defects1WHAT THIS WARRANTY RELATES TO1.1This warranty covers goods supplied by Coast RV Pty Ltd T/A Coast to Coast RV Services ("Supplier") to the Client ("Goods")and relates to any defects in materials and workmanship under normal use and maintenance (“Defect”).2WHAT THE SUPPLIER WILL DO TO HONOUR THE WARRANTY2.1The Supplier will:(i)replace or repair the Goods or the defective part of the Goods free of charge;(ii)arrange for the Goods or the defective part of the Goods to be repaired or replaced by a qualified repairer free of charge.2.2The Supplier reserves the right to replace defective parts of the Goods with parts and components of similar quality, grade orcomposition where an identical part or component is not available.2.3Goods presented for repair may be replaced by refurbished goods of the same type rather than being repaired. Refurbishedparts may be used to repair the goods.3WHAT THE CLIENT MUST DO TO CLAIM THE WARRANTY3.1To claim the benefit of the warranty, the Client will need to (sequentially):(i)first contact the Supplier; and(ii)present the defective Goods to the Supplier for inspection, including inspection for defective workmanship, or otherwiseprovide evidence of the claimed Defect, accompanied by evidence of proof of purchase and date of delivery, and ifapplicable, evidence of maintenance performed in accordance with the relevant maintenance schedules.3.2The claim listed in clause 3.1 may be made in person, or the claim may be sent to the address listed on this form, including theparticulars required under clauses 3.1(i) and 3.1(ii).3.3The appropriate form for making a claim for warranty is as attached.4DURATION OF WARRANTY4.1This warranty will cease:4.2(i)where the Goods are purchased already fitted in or as a component of a vehicle or RV: from the date that is twelve (12)months after the Client takes delivery of the vehicle or RV; and(ii)where the Goods are purchased separately or as an after-market item: from the date that is twelve (12) months from thedate of purchase.If a Defect does not materialise in the Goods prior to the date provided in clause 4.1, the Supplier will have no liability to theClient under this warranty.-9-More information https://www.caravansplus.com.au

5RESPONSIBILITY FOR COSTS OF CLAIM UNDER THIS WARRANTY5.1The Supplier is responsible for the costs directly associated with repairing or replacing the Goods in accordance with clause 2.1only.5.2Any works required to be completed in addition to fixing the Defect are the responsibility of the Client. Additional works includesany costs associated with any testing or repair of the Goods or any goods to which they are fitted, undertaken by a third party inrelation to any defect without prior authorisation from the Supplier.5.3Where it is determined that the Goods do not have a Defect, the Client will be charged a GST exclusive inspection fee of fortyfive dollars ( 45.00AUD in Australia or 45.00NZD in New Zealand) plus freight costs for the return of the Goods, this is subjectto change without notice.5.4The cost of delivery and insurance of the Goods to and from the Supplier, travel costs to and from the Supplier, and the cost ofinspecting and testing the Goods are the sole responsibility of the Client.6WARRANTY LIMITATIONS6.1The Supplier makes no warranties or representations other than those set out in this warranty document except as is required bylaw.6.2The Supplier will not be liable under this warranty:-6.3(i)to the Client or any other person for any consequential, direct or indirect loss, damage or costs incurred or suffered by theClient or any other person, including but not limited to damage to persons, other property, loss of turnover, loss of profits,loss of business or goodwill;(ii)to the Client for transportation or travel costs which are the Client's responsibility;(iii)for damage or defects in any Goods caused by improper transportation, storage or any other misuse, neglect or accident.(iv)for the installation of the Goods. Any fault or defect due to installation should be referred to the installer. The Goods mustbe installed in accordance with the Manufacturer’s instructions and any relevant legislation or code.This warranty covers the Client only and it is not transferrable if the Goods are sold by the Client during the warranty period.7WARRANTY EXCLUSIONS7.1This warranty will not apply where:(i)the Goods have been improperly modified or repaired or the Good's defect has arisen due to the Client's failure toproperly install, fit, maintain, service or use the Goods in accordance with the specifications and instructions provided bythe Manufacturer, including a failure to comply with the relevant maintenance schedule (where applicable);(ii)the Supplier cannot establish any Defect in the Goods after testing;(iii)the Goods have been used other than for the purpose for which they were designed;(iv)the Goods have been subject to abnormal conditions, including but not limited to temperature, pressure, stress, load orsimilar;(v)the Client or installer have used or fitted non-genuine or non-approved parts and accessories to the Goods or have failedto use recommended parts and accessories;(vi)the Good's defect has arisen due to abuse, misuse, neglect or accident;(vii)the Goods have not been installed in accordance with the relevant instructions;(viii)the Good’s defect is caused by use or fair wear and tear of the Goods (or expendable parts).8RIGHTS AT LAW8.1The benefits given to the Client under this warranty are in addition to other rights and remedies of the Client at law in relation tothe Goods.8.2In Australia our Goods come with guarantees that ca