Model #H4H330GKA100 ICP Air-conditioner/heat pump(outside unit)

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Owners Manual for Kenmore Heat Pump

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Having the owners manual is always helpful I did do some research on your model number but was not able to find the manual. Your expert will be able to help answer your question. It may take 24-48 hours. I do hope that everything works out.

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Marc -
November 05, 2012
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Thanks, Maestro.

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lori -
November 05, 2012
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The manufacture has one short Owner's Manual that describes basic operation as well as maintenance. I have that linked for you below.

Heat Pump Owner's Manual

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Andrew D -
Sears Technician
November 06, 2012
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Thank you for your research Andrew D. I have saved the manual with all of my others, however it is extremely abbreviated and you mention. Thinking that an owner's manual would answer my true question...I never came right out and asked: Do you know at what point the auxilliary heat comes on? Most models seem to be set to come on when temp. within house is at least 3 degrees lower than where the thermostat is set. Is this one typically like that or is it set at a different temp.? Just trying to save some $ and don't want to set thermostat back too far when at work, thus causing the more expensive aux. heat system to kick in.

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lori -
November 06, 2012
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That would be covered in the installation manual or service manual normally. The model heat pump that you own used a timed defrost system. That means that when the outdoor temperature reaches 32 degrees, the defrost thermostat (which is mounted to the outdoor coil) internal contacts close the electrical circuit, and that starts the timer. The timer has an adjustable range (only for service professionals) of 30, 60, 90 minute run times. It is set to 90 minutes by default.

After 90 minutes of run time, the defrost board checks the coil temperature. If it is 32 degrees or lower, the control initiates a defrost demand. The defrost thermostat will remain closed until the coil temperature reaches 65 degrees or 10 minutes of defrost have passed. During this time, the fan motor outside stops running, the indoor heat strips are turned on, the outdoor heat pump switches to air conditioning mode to heat up and defrost the coil. This cycle lasts for 10 minutes. After that time has passed, the indoor heat strips are turned off and the heat pump resumes control of the primary heating cycle.

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Andrew D -
Sears Technician
November 07, 2012
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