Mitsubishi DX-PC3 Service manual

SERVICE
MANUAL
FDA Series Split Systems
FDA Series Multi Systems
MITSUBISHI HEAVY INDUSTRIES - PAC SERVICE MANUAL
INDEX
MAINTENANCE DATA
2
ERROR CODES
4
PCB INDOOR UNITS
8
ERROR DISPLAY & REMEDY CHART
12
PCB OUTDOOR UNITS
22
ERROR DISPLAY – OUTDOOR UNIT
25
OPERATIONAL DATA CHECK – WIRED CONTROLLER
35
REMOTE CONTROL – WIRED
36
- SETTING FUNCTIONS
37
ERROR DISPLAY – WIRELESS CONTROL
43
REMOTE CONTROL WIRELESS
44
1. MAINTENANCE DATA
1.1 Servicing
(1) Evacuation
The evacuation is a procedure to purge impurities, such as noncondensable gas, air, moisture from the refrigerant equipment by
using a vacuum pump. Since the refrigerant R410A is very insoluble in water, even a small amount of moisture left in the refrigerant equipment will freeze, causing what is called ice clogging.
Evacuation procedure
Make sure that the both service valves of gas and liquid line are fully opened.
(a)
Indoor unit
Check to ensure that there is no internal pressure in the unit. If there is an internal pressure, it should be relived through the service
port.
(b)
Gus line
Outdoor unit
Connect the charging hose of the gauge mani-
Liquid line
fold to the service port of the gas piping.
Charge port
Close high pressure valve 2 of gange manifold.
Gauge manifold
(for R410A only)
Connect the charging hose A to a vacuum
pump.
1
2
No increase in the
reading of the
vacuum gauge's
needle pointer.
Handle Hi
Charge hose A
(for R410A only)
Handle Lo
Vacuum gauge check
Please run the
vacuum pump for at
least one hour after
the vacuum gauge
shows -101kPa or
lower. (-755mmHg or
lower)
Vacuuming completed
Repeat evacuation in the following sequence.
Vacuuming begins
(c)
Charge hose
(for R410A only)
Charge valve
Vacuum adapter
(for R410A only)
Vacuum
pump
3
Refrigerant
cylinder
Notes (1) Refer to the exterior-view drawing for the position of the service valve.
Notes (2) When connecting of ther service valve, flare connection for both the
indoor and outdoor unit.
When the vacuum gauge's needle pointer creeps up,
there is moisture left in the system or a leak. Pull air
again after you have checked the system for a leak and
rectified it. Use a reverse flow stop adapter to prevent
the vacuum pump's lubricant oil from flowing into the
refrigerant system.
Notes (1) Do not use the refrigerant pressure to expel air.
Notes (2) Do not use the compressor for evacuation.
Notes (3) Do not operate the compressor in a vacuum condition.
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(2) Refrigerant charging
(a)
After the evacuation shown in the above, change the connection of the charge hose A to the refrigerant cylinder.
(b)
Purge air from the charge hose A .
First loosen the connecting portion of the charge hose at the gauge manifold side and open valve 3 for a few seconds, and
then immediately retighten it after observing that gas has blown out from loosened connecting portion.
(c)
Open valves 1 and 3 then gas refrigerant begins flowing from the cylinder into the unit.
When refrigerant has been charged into the unit to some extent, refrigerant flow becomes stagnant. When that happens, start
the compressor in cooling cycle until the system is filled with the specified amount of gas, then close valves 1 and 3 and
remove the gauge manifold. Cover the service port with caps and tighten them securely.
(d)
Check for gas leakage by applying a gas leak detector around the piping connection.
(e)
Start the air conditioner and make sure of its operating condition.
1.2 Trouble shooting for refrigerant circuit
(1) Judgement of operating condition by operation pressure and temperature difference
Making an accurate judgement requires a skill that is acquired only after years of experience, one trouble may lead to an another
trouble from a single trouble source and several other troubles may exist at the same time which comes from a undetected different
trouble source.
Filtering out the trouble sources can be done easier by comparing with daily operating conditions. Some good guides are to judge
the operating pressure and the temperature difference between suction air and delivery air.
Following are some pointers,
High side
Low side
High side
Low side
High side
Low side
High side
Low side
High side
Low side
Trouble cause
Too high
A little
high
Normal
A little low
Circuit
Too low
Pressure
Indication
¡
¡
¡
¡
¡
¡
¡
¡
¡
¡
1) Excessive overcharging of refrigerant
2) Mixture of non condensable gas (air etc.)
Ineffective compression
(defective compressor)
1) Insufficient refrigerant in circuit
2) Clogging of strainer
3) Gas leakage
4) Clogging of air filter (in cooling)
5) Decrease in heat load (in cooling)
6) Locking of indoor fan (in cooling)
1) Locking of outdoor unit fan (in cooling)
2) Dirty outdoor heat exchanger (in cooling)
3) Mixture of non condensable gas (air etc.)
1) Too high temperature of room
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1.3
(1) Selfdiagnosis function
1) Indoor unit side
Remote
controller
error code
Indoor unit LED
Green
Outdoor unit LED
Cause
Red
Green
Red
Keeps flashing
Stays OFF
Keeps flashing
Stays OFF
Normal
Stays OFF
Keeps flashing
Stays OFF
Stays OFF
Stays OFF
Keeps flashing
Stays OFF
Stays OFF
Power OFF, L phase wiring is open, power source failure
Indoor unit microcomputer failure
Keeps flashing
*3 time flash
Keeps flashing
Stays OFF
Remote controller wires X and Y are reversely connected. *For wire breaking at
power ON, the LED is OFF. Remote controller wire is open. (X wire breaking : A
beep is produced and no indication is made. Z wire breaking : No beep and no
indication) The remote controller wires Y and Z are reversely connected.
Keeps flashing
Stays OFF
Keeps flashing
2 time flash
Poor connection or disconnection in wires connecting the indoor and outdoor
units.
Keeps flashing
Stays OFF
Keeps flashing
Stays OFF
When multiple remote controllers are used for control, the power supply to some
indoor units is OFF.
Stay OFF or Lights
continously
Stay OFF
Keeps flashing
Stays OFF
Indoor unit PCB fault
Keeps flashing
Stay OFF
Keeps flashing
Stays OFF
The remote controller wire Y is open. The remote controller wires X and Y are
reversely connected. Noise is penetrating the remote control lines. The remote
controller or indoor control PCB is faulty. (The communications circuit is faulty.)
Keeps flashing
2 time flash
Keeps flashing
2 time flash
Keeps flashing
2 time flash
Stays OFF
Stays OFF
Indoor / outdoor transmission error.
Outdoor unit control PCB is faulty when the power is turned on, or the inverter
parts are faulty (FDCVA 151~251 type).
Keeps flashing
2 time flash
Keeps flashing
Stays OFF
Outdoor unit microcomputer failure
E6
E7
Keeps flashing
Keeps flashing
1 time flash
1 time flash
Keeps flashing
Keeps flashing
Stays OFF
Stays OFF
Indoor unit heat exchanger thermistor failure
Indoor unit return air thermistor failure
E8
Keeps flashing
1 time flash
Keeps flashing
Stays OFF
Heating overload (indoor heat exchanger temperature is abnormally high) and
indoor heat exchanger thermistor is faulty.
E9
Keeps flashing
1 time flash
Keeps flashing
Stays OFF
The float SW operates (with FS only). Drain up kit wiring fault.
E10
Keeps flashing
Stays OFF
Keeps flashing
Stays OFF
When multi-unit control by remote controller is performed, the number of units is
over (more than 17 units). Two remote controller are provided for one controller is
performed.
E16
E28
Keeps flashing
Keeps flashing
Stays OFF
Stays OFF
Keeps flashing
Keeps flashing
Stays OFF
Stays OFF
Fan motor is faulty (FDTA 501, 601 type, FDKN type).
Remote controller thermistor failure
No-indication
LCD flashes
continuously
or is off.
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4E1
E5
Note (1) The green LED in the outdoor unit is used in the FDCA301 ~ 601 models only.
Diagnosing of microcomputer circuit
(a) Check Indicator Table
Whether a failure exists or not on the indoor unit and outdoor unit can be know by the contents of remote controller eroor code, indoor/outdoor unit green LED (power pilot lamp
and microcomputer normality pilot lamp) or red LED (check pilot lamp).
2) Outdoor unit side
Remote
controller
error code
Green
Red
Green
Red
E32
Keeps flashing
Stays OFF
Keeps flashing
1 time flash
E33
Keeps flashing
Stays OFF
Keeps flashing
1 time flash
Indoor unit LED
Outdoor unit LED
Cause
Wiring is open or reversal phase (FDCA 301~601 type)
Inverter primary side current is abnormal. (FDCVA151~251 type)
Abnormal current cut of compressor (FDCA 301~601 type)
E34
Keeps flashing
Stays OFF
Keeps flashing
1 time flash
52C secondary side L3-phase wiring is open. (FDCA 301~601 type)
E35
Keeps flashing
Stays OFF
Keeps flashing
1 time flash
Outdoor heat exchanger temperature is high or outdoor heat exchanger thermistor
is faulty.
E36
Keeps flashing
Stays OFF
Keeps flashing
1 time flash
Discharge temperature abnormality.
E37
Keeps flashing
Stays OFF
Keeps flashing
1 time flash
Outdoor unit heat exchanger thermistor
failure
E38
Keeps flashing
Stays OFF
Keeps flashing
1 time flash
Outdoor air temperature thermistor failure
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E39
Keeps flashing
Stays OFF
Keeps flashing
1 time flash
Discharge pipe thermistor failure
E40
Keeps flashing
Stays OFF
Keeps flashing
1 time flash
63H1 operation (FDCA 301~601 type)
E42
Keeps flashing
Stays OFF
1 time flash
Current (Abnormalities in a compressor over current)
E47
Keeps flashing
Stays OFF
1 time flash
Inverter Over-voltage Trouble. (FDCVA 151~251 type)
E48
Keeps flashing
Stays OFF
1 time flash
DC fan motor abnormal. (FDCVA 151~251 type)
E52
Keeps flashing
Stays OFF
E56
Keeps flashing
Stays OFF
E57
Keeps flashing
Stays OFF
Keeps flashing
Keeps flashing
Lights contiously
52C abnormal. (FDCA 301~601 type)
1 time flash
Power transistor thermistor is faulty or disconnection or connector
connections are poor. (FDCVA 151~251 type)
1 time flash
Insufficient refrigerant.
1 time flash
E59
Keeps flashing
Stays OFF
2 time flash
Compressor startup error (FDCVA 151~251 type)
3 time flash
E60
Keeps flashing
Stays OFF
Note (1) The green LED in the outdoor unit is used in the FDCA301 ~ 601 models only.
1 time flash
Compressor loader position detection error. (FDCVA 151~251 type)
(b) Display sequence of error, inspection display lamp
1) One kind error
Display corresponding to the error is shown.
2) More than one errors.
Section
Error code of remote controller
Display section
• Displays the error of higher priority (When plural errors are persisting)
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Inspection LED (red) of indoor unit PCB
Inspection LED (red) of outdoor unit PCB
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• Displays the present errors.
(When a new error has occurred after the former error was reset.)
3) Timing of error detection
● Indoor unit side.
Error detail
Error code
Timing of error detection
Drain error (float switch motion)
Wrong connection between the indoor and
outdoor units.
Normally, 30 seconds after the power is turned ON.
“
Wait
”
No communications even once with the outdoor unit.
Transmission error of remote controller
indoor unit
After 1 or more communications of the indoor unit with the remote controller
following power on, transmission errors cause an interruption for 2 minutes.
Transmission error between indoor/outdoor
units
After communications with the outdoor unit 1 or more times, communications
are abnormal continuously for 2 minutes.
The number of connected indoor units
exceeds the connection limit (when
multiple units are control by a single remote
controller).
Normally after the power is turned ON (during communications).
Broken wire of indoor unit return air
thermistor
When an input temperature of –50°C or lower is measured by the return air
thermistor is measured for 5 seconds or longer within 60 minutes after the
first detection.
Broken wire of heat exchanger thermistor
When an input temperature of –50°C or lower is measured by the heat
exchanger thermistor is measured for 5 seconds or longer within 60 minutes
after the first detection.
● Outdoor unit side.
Error detail
Broken wire of outdoor air temperature
thermistor
Broken wire of heat exchanger thermister
Broken wire of discharge pipe thermistor
Broken wire of power transistor
thermistor
Error code
Timing of error detection
When a thermistor input temperature of –30°C or lower is measured for 5
seconds or longer 3 times within 40 (60) minutes after the 1st detection
between 2 minutes and 2 minutes 20 seconds after compressor operation
starts.
When a thermistor input temperature of –30°C or lower is measured for 5
seconds or longer 3 times within 40 (60) minutes after the 1st detection
between 2 minutes and 2 minutes 20 seconds after compressor operation
starts.
When a thermistor input temperature of –10°C or lower is measured for 5
seconds or longer 3 times within 40 (60) minutes after the 1st detection
between 10 minutes and 10 minutes 20 seconds (between 2 minutes and 2
minutes 20 seconds) after compressor operation starts.
When the under-dome thermistor input temperature of –10°C is measured for
5 seconds or longer 3 times within 40 minutes after the 1st detection between
10 minutes and 10 minutes 20 seconds after compressor operation starts.
Notes (1) Values in ( ) show for the FDCA301~601 models.
(2) The power transistor temperature sensor is used in the FDCVA151~251 models only.
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4) Recording and reset of error
Error display
Memory
Reset
Error code of remote
controller
• Saves in memory the mode (1) of higher
priority
Indoor unit inspection lamp
(red)
• Cannot save in memory
Outdoor unit inspection lamp
(red)
• Saves in memory the mode (1) of higher
priority
Notes
• Stop the unit operation by pressing the ON/OFF switch of remote
controller.
• Operation can be started again if the error has been reset.
(1) Priority is in the order of E1 > ... > E10 > ... > E60.
Indoor unit
: Press the ON/OFF button on the remote controller. Or disconnect and reconnect the power supply connector
(CNW1 or CNW0) on the indoor unit control PCB or turn the main power supply OFF.
Outdoor unit
: Turn the main power supply OFF.
(2) Procedures of trouble diagnosis
When any error occurs, inspect in following sequence. Detailed explanation on each step is given later in this text.
Error
Check of inspection display [Indoor/outdoor unit PCB, remote
controller or Indication board]
Power supply check
(indoor/outdoor unit)
Replacement or repair of defective
parts Test run/adjustment
Check of unit
controller
Power supply reset (1)
Check of inspection display [Indoor/outdoor unit PCB, remote
controller or Indication board]
Note (1) It means the operation to turn off the power and back on again more than 1 min. later in order to reset the malfunction of microcomputer due to the
effect of power supply conditions or accidental noise.
(3) Error diagnosis procedures at the indoor unit side
To diagnose the error, measure the voltage (AC, DC), resistance, etc. at each connector around the circuit board of indoor unit
based on the inspection display or the operation state of unit (no operation of compressor or blower, no switching of 4-way valve,
etc.) If any defective parts are discoverd, replace with the assembly of parts as shown below.
(a) Single-unit replacement parts for circuit board of indoor unit. (Peripheral electric parts for circuit board.)
Indoor unit printed circuit board, thermistor (return, heat exchanger), operating switches, limit switches, transformers, fuses.
Note (1) Use normal inspection methods to determine the condition of strong electrical circuits and frozen cycle parts.
(b) Replacement procedure of indoor unit microcomputer printed circuit board
Microcomputer printed circuit board can be replaced with following procedure.
(i) Confirm the parts numbers. (Refer to the following parts layout drawing for the location of parts number.)
Model
FDTA 151~401
FDTA 501, 601
FDE
Model
FDKA 151~251
FDKA 301
FDUR
Parts number
PJA505A122ZD
PJA505A122ZC
PJA505A128ZF
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7-
Parts number
PHA505A018ZF
PHA505A018ZG
PJA505A131ZC
Parts layout on the indoor unit PCB
Model: FDT series
Fan motor
(151~401)
ZD1
To power supply
(CNW7)
C41
CNV
CNM3
Fan motor
(501, 601)
CNW9
52X8-1
KN1
52X1
52X2
52X3
C12
C13
C1
CNM2
PC3
IC8
C11
IC12
IC7
D2
F1
IC11
C58
Z2D
Z3D
Z4D
Z5D
X1
CNE
IC2
IC3
C2
CNW8
R17
PC2 PC1
CNG
L1
CNB
Remote
controller
C3
SW7
C5
J1
J2
J3
J4
C4
TVS1
Connector
(CNT)
J5
J6
J7
J8
IC9
CNT
J8
J10
J11
J12
Address switch
(SW2)
CNY
SW8
SW5
ON
J2 (SW7-2)
J3 (SW7-3)
J4 (SW7-4)
J5 (SW8-1)
J6 (SW8-2)
DIP switch
(SW9)
1 2 3 4
CNN1
J5~J6
(SW8)
DIP switch
(SW5)
Heat exchanger
J9~J11
thermistor
(SW10)
(Thi-R2)
● Control change switch (SW5, SW9, SW10)
Function of DIP switch SW5 (Usually all turned OFF)
● Change by the jumper wire
With
None (1)
With
None (1)
With
None (1)
With
None (1)
With
None (1)
With
None (1)
J1~J4
(SW7)
SW9
CNI
CNH
Heat exchanger thermistor,
Return air thermistor
(Thi-R1, Thi-A)
ON
1 2 3 4
SW2
SW10
Name
F2
LED2 LED1
J1 (SW7-1)
Louver motor
52X4
PC5
Power supply PCB
(CNW8)
L2
C23
52X7
52X8-2
52X6
TM1
R16
CNW7
CNR
CNJ
To power supply PCB
(501, 601) (CNW9)
Function
Input signal - Reverse invalid
Input signal - Rus stop
Heating thermostat OFF-Lo
Heating thermostat OFF-Stop, Lo
Normal operation operable
Operation permission prohibited
Normal
Heating temp. +3
Louver free stop control - Invalid
Louver free stop control - Effective
Freeze prevention fan control activated.
Freeze prevention fan control deactivated.
Switch
ON
SW5-4 OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
SW5-3
Function
Setting time : 1000hrs. (Unit stop)
Setting time : 1000hrs. (Display)
Setting time : 600hrs. (Display)
Setting time : 180hrs. (when shipped from factory)
Function of DIP switch SW9 (Usually all turned OFF)
Switch
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
SW9-3
Note (1) “None” means that jumper wire is not provided on the PCB or the
connection is cut
(2) The replacement board is not equipped with jumpers J1 ~ J6. Instead,
SW7 and 8, with the same functions as jumpers J1~J6, are used in the
position where the jumpers were previously. Set SW7 and 8 locally in
accordance with the above table.
SW9-4
Note (1) It is normally ON only in the case of SW9-4.
Function of DIP switch SW10 (Usually all turned OFF)
Switch
SW10-1 (J9)
SW10-2
(J10)
-
Function
Emergency operation
Normal
Fan control : Powerful mode
Fan control : Mild mode
8-
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
SW10-3 ON
OFF
ON (J11) ON
Function
Auto swing fanction - None
Auto swing function - With
Remote controller air flow –
Remote controller air flow 1 speed
Remote controller air flow 2 speed
Remote controller air flow 3 speed
Model: FDEN series
PCB power supply connector
(Primary side)
Power supply
L2
CNW0
CNM1
L3
F1
52X3 52X5
IC7
IC8
CNW2
ZNR
52X2
52X4 52X6 52X2
L1
PCB power supply
connector
(Secondary side)
Remote controller
CNB
CNJ2
CNM3
LED1
LED2
CNE
52X8-1
DIP switch
(SW5)
SW2
SW5
SW8
J5, J6
(SW8)
52X7
KN1
CNV
52X8-2
CNR
Fan motor
CNW1
SW10
SW9
SW7
C57
CNQ
CNH CNN1
CNT
J1~J4
(SW7)
Connector
(CNT)
Heat exchanger thermistor,
Return air thermistor
(Thl-R1, Thl-A)
J1 (SW7-1)
J2 (SW7-2)
J3 (SW7-3)
J4 (SW7-4)
J5 (SW8-1)
J6 (SW8-2)
With
None (1)
With
None (1)
With
None (1)
With
None (1)
With
None (1)
With
None (1)
J9~J11
(SW10)
Heat exchanger thermistor
(Thl-R2)
● Control change switch (SW5, SW9, SW10)
Function of DIP switch SW5 (Usually all turned OFF)
● Change by the jumper wire
Name
DIP switch
(SW9)
Address switch
(SW2)
Function
Input signal - Reverse invalid
Input signal - Rus stop
Heating thermostat OFF-Lo
Heating thermostat OFF-Stop, Lo
Normal operation operable
Operation permission prohibited
Normal
Heating temp. +3
Louver free stop control - Invalid
Louver free stop control - Effective
Freeze prevention fan control activated.
Freeze prevention fan control deactivated.
Switch
ON
SW5-4 OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
SW5-3
Function
Setting time : 1000hrs. (Unit stop)
Setting time : 1000hrs. (Display)
Setting time : 600hrs. (Display)
Setting time : 180hrs. (when shipped from factory)
Function of DIP switch SW9 (Usually all turned OFF)
Switch
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
SW9-3
Note (1) “None” means that jumper wire is not provided on the PCB or the
connection is cut
(2) The replacement board is not equipped with jumpers J1 ~ J6. Instead,
SW7 and 8, with the same functions as jumpers J1~J6, are used in the
position where the jumpers were previously. Set SW7 and 8 locally in
accordance with the above table.
SW9-4
Note (1) It is normally ON only in the case of SW9-4.
Function of DIP switch SW10 (Usually all turned OFF)
Switch
SW10-1 (J9)
SW10-2
(J10)
-
Function
Emergency operation
Normal
Fan control : Powerful mode
Fan control : Mild mode
9-
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
SW10-3 ON
OFF
ON (J11) ON
Function
Auto swing fanction - None
Auto swing function - With
Remote controller air flow –
Remote controller air flow 1 speed
Remote controller air flow 2 speed
Remote controller air flow 3 speed
Model: FDKN series
This diagram shows the PCB for the 151~251. The component layout on the 301 PCB is different, but the functions are the
same.
J31
Heat exchanger thermistor,
Return air thermistor
(Thl-R1, Thl-A)
Heat exchanger thermistor
(Thl-R2)
Remote controller
TB,3
R16
Dip switch
(SW5)
R17
CNH
CNN1
CNZ
CNB
SW10
L2
SW5
TB,1
J11
J10
J9
J9~J11
(SW10)
Dip switch
(SW9)
TB,2
L1
G
J31
SW8
SW9
CNW1
J8
J7
J6
J5
J5~J8
(SW8)
IC11
J4
J3
J2
J1
SW7
J1~J4(SW7)
R151
L4
CNE
PCB power supply
connector
(Primary side)
C104
C2
SW2
IC9
IC10
C92
IC8
CNG
LED1
PCB power supply
connector
(Secondary side)
R62
Adress switch
(SW2)
BZ
CNT
CNL
CNY
CNM
CNJ
Connector
(CNT)
Louver motor
● Control change switch (SW5, SW9, SW10)
Function of DIP switch SW5 (Usually all turned OFF)
● Change by the jumper wire
Name
J1 (SW7-1)
J2 (SW7-2)
J3 (SW7-3)
J4 (SW7-4)
J5 (SW8-1)
J6 (SW8-2)
J8 (SW8-4)
With
None (1)
With
None (1)
With
None (1)
With
None (1)
With
None (1)
With
None (1)
With
None (1)
Fan motor
Function
Input signal - Reverse invalid
Input signal - Rus stop
Heating thermostat OFF-Lo
Heating thermostat OFF-Stop, Lo
Normal operation operable
Operation permission prohibited
Normal
Heating temp. +3
Louver free stop control - Invalid
Louver free stop control - Effective
Freeze prevention fan control activated.
Freeze prevention fan control deactivated.
Model 151~251
Model 301
Switch
ON
SW5-4 OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
SW5-3
Function
Setting time : 1000hrs. (Unit stop)
Setting time : 1000hrs. (Display)
Setting time : 600hrs. (Display)
Setting time : 180hrs. (when shipped from factory)
Function of DIP switch SW9 (Usually all turned OFF)
Switch
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
SW9-1
SW9-2
Note (1) “None” means that jumper wire is not provided on the PCB or the
connection is cut
(2) The replacement board is not equipped with jumpers J1 ~ J8. Instead,
SW7 and 8, with the same functions as jumpers J1~J8, are used in the
position where the jumpers were previously. Set SW7 and 8 locally in
accordance with the above table.
SW9-3
SW9-4
Function
Custom code - Change
Custom code - Normal
Power failure security - Effective
Power failure security - Invalid
Emergency operation
Normal
Fan control : Powerful mode
Fan control : Mild mode
Note (1) It is normally ON only in the case of SW9-4.
Function of DIP switch SW10 (Usually all turned OFF)
Switch
SW10-1 (J9)
SW10-2
(J10)
-
10 -
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
SW10-3 ON
OFF
ON (J11)
ON
Function
Auto swing fanction - None
Auto swing function - With
Remote controller air flow –
Remote controller air flow 1 speed
Remote controller air flow 2 speed
Remote controller air flow 3 speed
Model: FDUR series
Heat exchanger thermistor
(Thl-R2)
CNH
CNN1 CNN2 CNF
CNB
J10~J11
(SW10)
CNQ
SW2
SW10
CNO
SW5
CNR
Drain motor
SW8
SW9
52X4
F1
CNG
CNW2
CNM3
CNW0
PCB power supply connector
(Primary side)
J3 (SW7-3)
J4 (SW7-4)
J6 (SW8-2)
With
None (1)
With
None (1)
With
None (1)
With
None (1)
With
None (1)
CNK2
PCB power supply connector
(Secondary side)
Power supply
● Control change switch (SW5, SW9, SW10)
Function of DIP switch SW5 (Usually all turned OFF)
● Change by the jumper wire
Name
F3
F2
CNE
52X6
CNK1
J2 (SW7-2)
CNI
SW7
L4
52X1
L1
52X2
CNW1
J1 (SW7-1)
CNZ
LED1
52X5
CNJ2
52X3
Float switch
J1~J4
(SW7)
LED2
L2
L3
DIP switch
(SW9)
CNO
CNV
CNT
DIP switch
(SW5)
Remote controller
Connector
(CNT)
J6
(SW8)
Address swith
(SW2)
CNA
Heat exchanger thermistor,
Return air thermistor
(Thl-R1, Thl-A)
Function
Input signal - Reverse invalid
Input signal - Rus stop
Heating thermostat OFF-Lo
Heating thermostat OFF-Stop, Lo
Normal operation operable
Operation permission prohibited
Normal
Heating temp. +3
Freeze prevention fan control activated
Freeze prevention fan control deactivated
Switch
ON
SW5-4 OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
SW5-3
Function
Setting time : 1000hrs. (Unit stop)
Setting time : 1000hrs. (Display)
Setting time : 600hrs. (Display)
Setting time : 180hrs. (when shipped from factory)
Function of DIP switch SW9 (Usually all turned OFF)
Switch
Note (1) “None” means that jumper wire is not provided on the PCB or the
connection is cut
(2) The replacement board is not equipped with jumpers J1 ~ J4, J6.
Instead, SW7 and 8, with the same functions as jumpers J1~J4, J6, are
used in the position where the jumpers were previously. Set SW7 and 8
locally in accordance with the above table.
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
SW9-3
SW9-4
Function
Emergency operation
Normal
Fan control : High speed (High Ceiling)
Fan control : Standard
Function of DIP switch SW10 (Usually all turned OFF)
Switch
SW10-2
(J10)
-
11 -
OFF
SW10-3 ON
OFF
ON (J11)
ON
OFF
Function
Remote controller air flow –
Remote controller air flow 1 speed
Remote controller air flow 2 speed
Remote controller air flow 3 speed
(c) Check method when the error code is display
Remote controller or Indication board: Inspection LED, error code
Indoor unit PCB: Red LED (inspection display), Green LED (CPU. normal display)
Outdoor unit PCB: ARed LED (inspection display), Green LED (CPU. normal display)
1
Error display : No display
LCD display : No display
[Power supply line error]
Indoor unit
Outdoor unit
Red LED
Stays OFF
Red LED
Stays OFF
Green LED
Stays OFF
Green LED
Stays OFF
Note (1) The green LED in the outdoor unit is used in the FDCA301 ~ 601 models only.
Start
Is the voltage
between 1 and 2/N of the indoor
unit’s terminal block
AC220/240V?
NO
YES
Voltage between
1 and 2/N of the outdoor unit’s
terminal block is
AC220/240V.
YES
Control lines connected
wrong or disconnected.
NO
Outdoor unit check
NO
Fuse
OK?
Disconnect the transformer’s primary side
(CNW1) and measure the resistance on
both ends of CNW1 (using a tester, etc.).
Notes (1) In models other than FDT, replace the fuse.
(2) FDT only
YES
Several 10K Ω or higher.
YES
Fuse exchange
Is the voltage at
CNW3 or 10(1) (red – red) on the
transformer’s secondary side
14 V or higher?
NO
Transformer exchange
Note (1) In models other than FDT, it is CNW2.
YES
(1)(2)
Is the voltage
between CNW5 2 and 3
DC 12V?
NO
Replacement indoor unit
power supply PCB
YES
Note (1) 3 is GND
(1)(2)
Is the voltage
between CNW8 2 and 3
DC 12V?
NO
Harness disconnection
YES
Does it return
to normal when the power
supply is reset?
YES
Unit is normal.
(Malfunction was due to noise, etc.)
NO
Replacement indoor unit
control PCB
-
12 -
NO
Replacement indoor unit
power supply PCB
Indoor unit
3 time flash
Keeps flashing
Green LED
Outdoor unit
Stays OFF
Keeps flashing
Green LED
Red LED
Red LED
Note (1) The green LED in the outdoor unit is used in the FDCA301 ~ 601 models only.
Remote
controller wiring
connect check (Red·
White·Black)
NO
Correction
OK
(1)
Approximately
10 ~ 11 V between
X and Z.
NO
YES
NO
Power supply reset
Normal?
Note (1) Z is GND.
Remote controller wire
disconnection?
Remote controller defective
YES
Remote controller wire
is removed
Maltifunction by
accidental noise
YES
Remeasure
between X~Z.
10~11V.
YES
Remote controller wire short circuit?
Remote controller defective
NO
Only case of FDT
(2)
Is the voltage
between CNW8 1-3
12V?
NO
Check the
CNW5-8 harness.
Note (2) 3 is GND.
YES
NG
Harness exchange
Replacement indoor
unit control PCB
-
13 -
OK
Replacement indoor unit power
supply PCB
2
Error display “
Red LED
Green LED
WAIT
Indoor – outdoor communications trouble
(Initial (when the power is turned on)
”
Indoor unit
Stays OFF
Keeps flashing
Red LED
Green LED
Outdoor unit
2 time flash
Keeps flashing
Notes (1) If trouble occurs during communications, the error code E5 is displayed (Outdoor, Red LED flashes 2 times). The check procedure is as shown below. (However, excluding
connection related problems) Also, if the power supply is reset after E5 occurs, if the trouble is intermittent, it will be displayed in the LCD(“
WAIT
”).
(2) The green LED in the outdoor unit is used in the FDCA301 ~ 601 models only.
● 151~251
● 301~601
The remote controller’s LCD(“ WAIT ”)
display remains unchanged after waiting 2
minutes after the power is turned on.
Note (1) 1 phase is removed.
YES
Power supply
fuse exchange
NO
Noise filter
exchange
Is the outdoor green LED
flashing?
(1)
Are the wires connecting to the
noise filter board OK?
NO
NO
Is the indoor green LED
flashing?
Indoor unit control
PCB defect
NO
Indoor/outdoor unit control PCB
defect Remote controller defect
Remote controller wire
disconnection (Y)
NO
Repair the wires
connecting the indoor
and outdoor units.
YES
Are the wires connecting the indoor
and outdoor units connected
according to specifications?
YES
Measure the voltage between 2/N and
3 of the outdoor unit’s terminal block.
Approx.
0V DC
(1)
Is the outdoor red LED
flashing 2 times?
NO
YES
Are the wires connecting the indoor
and outdoor units connected according
to specifications?
NO
Measure the voltage between 2/N and
3 of the outdoor unit’s terminal block.
Outdoor unit
control PCB
defect
Measure the voltage between 2/N and
3 of the indoor unit’s terminal block.
Approx.
0V DC
Approx.
20V DC
Inverter check before replacing the power supply fuse.
Are there any cracks or burnouts in
the power module or diode stack?
YES
NO
Nois filter
exchange
NO
Replacement outdoor
unit control PCB
Connection wires are
faulty (disconnection)
Noise
Remote controller does not display
after the power is turned on.
YES
Is the indoor green LED
flashing?
NO
Is the fuse on the indoor unit
control PCB OK?
YES
Is the outdoor red LED
flashing 2 times?
NO
Is the voltage on the outdoor
unit’s transformer secondary
side (red – red) AC15V?
YES
Are the wires connecting the indoor
and outdoor units connected according
to specifications?
YES
NO
Measure the voltage between 2/N
and 3 of the outdoor unit’s
terminal block.
Reactor
exchange
Approx. 20V DC
Measure the voltage between 2/N
and 3 of the indoor unit’s
terminal block.
NO
Repair the
connection
lines.
Approx.
0V DC
-
14 -
Is the voltage between the red and
black wires in the remote
controller DC10~11V when the
remote controller is disconnected?
The indoor/outdoor
control board is faulty.
The remote controller
is faulty.
The X or Z lines in the
remote controller are
disconnected.
Approx. 0V DC
Approx. 20V DC
Indoor unit
control PCB
defect
Fuse
exchange
NO
Transformer
defect
NO
The remote
controller
wires are
short
circuited.
YES
Outdoor unit control
PCB defect
Power supply
fuse exchange
NO
YES
YES
Is the reactor abnormal?
Outdoor unit
control PCB
defect
Approx.
0V DC
Indoor unit control
PCB defect
YES
defect
DC 20V
Indoor unit control
PCB defect
Is the noise filter out of
phase or short circuited?
NO Transformer
YES
Repair the wires
connecting the indoor
and outdoor units.
Approx.
0V DC Connection wires are
faulty (disconnection)
Noise
Is the voltage on the outdoor unit’s
transformer secondary side (red –
red) 14 V?
Indoor unit control PCB
defect
Remote controller defect
Remote controller wire
disconnection (Y)
YES
Outdoor unit
control PCB defect
DC 20V
Fuse
exchange
YES
DC 20V
Measure the voltage between 2/N and
3 of the indoor unit’s terminal block.
Is the fuse (10A) OK?
PCB defect
YES
Is the outdoor unit’s control red
LED flashing 2 times?
NO
NO Indoor unit control
YES
Connects
corrently
YES
Is the indoor unit’s green LED
flashing?
NO
YES
(1)
Is the voltage at the secondary side
of the noise filter AC220/240V?
YES
NO
”)
YES
*
Is the outdoor unit controller's
power fuse F5 (20A) blown?
YES
The remote controller’s LCD (“ WAIT
display remains unchanged after waiting 2
minutes after the power is turned on.
Connection wires are
faulty (disconnection)
Noise
YES
Remote
controller
defect
3
Error display
Red LED
Green LED
:
e1
[Communication error between remote controller~Indoor unit]
Indoor unit
Stays OFF
Keeps flashing
Red LED
Green LED
Outdoor unit
Stays OFF
Keeps flashing
Note (1) The green LED in the outdoor unit is used in the FDCA301 ~ 601 models only.
Voltage
between X and Z
approximately
10~11 V?
YES
Replacement remote
controller
Remote controller
wire is removed
NO
Voltage
fluctuates between
5~11 V between
Y and Z.
YES
NO
Is the
NO
resistance between
Y~Z on the remote controller
approximately
10kΩ?
Replacement
remote controller
Power supply OFF
YES
Voltage
fluctuates between
5~10 V between
Y and Z
indoors.
NO
Remote controller
wire disconnection
Resistance is
approximately 10kΩ
between indoor
Y~Z.
YES
NO
Replacement indoor
unit control PCB
YES
Voltage
fluctuates between
5~10 V between
CNB Y and Z.
NO
Remote controller
wire short circuit
Terminal block CNB
harness is defective.
YES
Indoor unit
resets every ❇
4 minutes.
YES
NO
Power supply reset
❇
YES
Power supply reset
Noise?
Normal?
After the green LED lights up once,
it begins flashing again continuously.
NO
The louver moves once in the
Replacement remote
close direction.
controller
YES
Normal?
Noise
NO
Replacement indoor
unit control PCB
Indoor unit
Outdoor unit
Red LED
Stays OFF
Red LED
Green LED
Stays OFF or Lights
continuously
Green LED
Stays OFF
Keeps flashing
YES
Disconnection ?
Note (1) The green LED in the outdoor unit is used in the FDCA301 ~ 601 models only.
NO
● Only case of FDT
Is the
voltage at the transfomer's
secondary side (red-red) 15V
or higher?
Stays OFF
Is the voltage
between CNW8
2-3 12V?
Lighting
Harness
exchange
NO
Check the CNW5CNW8 harness.
NO
Transformer
exchange
YES
YES
Replacement indoor unit
power supply PCB
Power supply reset
● Cases of other than FDT
Normal
NO
Replacement indoor
unit control PCB
Is it normalized?
NO
YES
The unit is normal.
(The malfunction is due to noise, etc.)
Power supply
reset
-
15 -
Defective indoor unit control PCB
Replace. (Defective CPU)
YES
Unit is normal.
(Runaway of indoor
unit CPU due to
noise, etc.
Transient trouble)
4
Error display
Red LED
Green LED
:
e6
[Defective indoor unit heat exchanger thermistor]
Indoor unit
1 time flash
Keeps flashing
Red LED
Green LED
Outdoor unit
Stays OFF
Keeps flashing
Return air thermistor (ThI-A)
Indoor unit heat exchanger thermistor
(ThI-R1, R2)
Resistance temperature characteristics
Note (1) The green LED in the outdoor unit is used in the FDCA301 ~ 601 models only.
Defective indoor unit control PCB
Replace-ment (Defective indoor unit
heat exchanger thermistor input circuit)
Is the indoor
unit heat exchanger
thermistor connector
connection OK?
YES
Are characteristics
of indoor unit heat
exchanger thermistor OK
or is there any
broken wire?
Resistance (kΩ)
YES
15
10
5kΩ at 25˚C
5
NO
NO
Defective indoor unit heat exchanger
thermistor Replacement
Correction
0
10 20 30 40
Temperature (˚C)
Note (1) 22.5 kΩ at -6˚C
50
● Display condition
If a temperature of –50ºC or lower is detected continuously for 5 seconds or longer by the thermistor, the compressor stops. After a 3 minute delay, the compressor restarts. If this state is detected again within 60 minutes after the
first detection.
5
Error display
Red LED
Green LED
:
e7
[Detective return air thermistor]
Indoor unit
1 time flash
Keeps flashing
Red LED
Green LED
Outdoor unit
Stays OFF
Keeps flashing
Note (1) The green LED in the outdoor unit is used in the FDCA301 ~ 601 models only.
Is the return air
thermistor connector
connection OK?
Is the return air
thermistor characteristics
OK or is there a
broken wire?
YES
NO
NO
YES
Defective indoor unit control PCB
Replacement (Defective return air
thermistor input circuit)
Note (1) Characteristics as per the above
graph.
Defective return air
thermistor Replacement
Correction
● Display condition
If a temperature of –50ºC or lower is detected continuously for 5 seconds or longer by the thermistor, the compressor stops. After a 3 minute delay, the compressor restarts. If this state is detected again within 60 minutes after the
first detection.
-
16 -
6
Error display
:
e8
[Heating overload]
Indoor unit
1 time flash
Keeps flashing
Red LED
Green LED
Red LED
Green LED
Outdoor unit
Stays OFF
Keeps flashing
Note (1) The green LED in the outdoor unit is used in the FDCA301 ~ 601 models only.
YES
Notes (1) Check if the overload state exists or not using the following check points.
Is there a short circuit?
Is the indoor heat exchanger dirty or clogged?
Is the outdoor unit’s fan control normal?
Is the indoor or outdoor air temperature too high?
(2) See the figure page 142 for indoor heat exchanger thermistor characteristics.
(
Clean it.
Is the air filter clogged?
NO
Are the connections to
the indoor heat exchanger thermistor
OK?
Are the characteristics of
the indoor heat exchanger thermistor
OK?
YES
NO
(
YES
Check the remote controller for abnormal data.
NO
YES
Does the heating
overload state exist?
Defective indoor unit heat
exchanger thermistor
Replacement
Repair
Adjust
NO
● Abnormal Temperature Detection
Abnormal stop
Check the cooling system.
Heating is
possible.
● Display condition
An abnormal stop occurs if this state is detected 5 times within 60 minutes of the
56
63
first detection, or if the overload state is detected continuously for 6 minutes.
Indoor unit heat exchanger temp. (˚C)
7
Error display
Red LED
Green LED
:
e9
[Drain trouble]
Indoor unit
1 time flash
Keeps flashing
Red LED
Green LED
Outdoor unit
Stays OFF
Keeps flashing
Note (1) The green LED in the outdoor unit is used in the FDCA301 ~ 601 models only.
Abnormal data check
in remote controller
Is there any
overflow?
DC 12 V
at both terminals
of CNI?
NO
NO
Replacement indoor
unit PCB
YES
YES
Float switch check
Drain motor ON from
remote controller.
DM
operation
NO
AC 220/240 V
at both terminals
of CNR?
YES
YES
Is drain
piping unclogged?
Is the slop OK?
DM check of
motor wiring
NO
Correction
YES
DM check
-
17 -
NO
Replacement indoor
unit control PCB
8
Error display :
Red LED
Green LED
[Control of 1 remote controller VS multiple units
Excessive number of units (more than 17 units) ]
e10
Indoor unit
Stays OFF
Keeps flashing
Red LED
Green LED
Outdoor unit
Stays OFF
Keeps flashing
Note (1) The green LED in the outdoor unit is used in the FDCA301 ~ 601 models only.
Are more
than 17 units connected
to a remote
controller?
YES
Reduce to 16 units
or less
NO
Defective indoor unit control PCB
Replacement
9
Error display :
Red LED
Green LED
[Fan motor abnormalities]
e16
Indoor unit
Stays OFF
Keeps flashing
Red LED
Green LED
Outdoor unit
Stays OFF
Keeps flashing
Note (1) The green LED in the outdoor unit is used in the FDCA301 ~ 601 models only.
S Only case of FDTA501, 601 types
Abnormal data check
with remote controller
After check reset,
fan runs on weak.
NO
Fan ON?
YES
White is GND.
CNM1
1 and 3 (Red – White)
DC280V?
NO
Replacement indoor
unit power supply PCB
YES
Was it reproduced?
CNW9
1 and 3
DC15V?
NO
Secondary
side of transformer
(red-red) 15V
or more
NO
NO
YES
Check the
circumstances.
YES
YES
3 is GND.
NO
When the
motor is turning, does
the voltage at CNM2 2
fluctuate between
0 ~ 15 V?
Replacement transformer
(1)
DC 15V
between CNW9- 3 and
CNM2 4 ?
NO
YES
Replacement indoor
unit control PCB
Replacement indoor
unit control PCB
Note (1) CNW9- 3 is GND.
YES
Does the
fan motor turn
smoothly by
hand?
NO
Detective fan motor
● Display conditions
YES
If an indoor unit fan motor’s speed is detected to be less than
(2)
Is the voltage
at CNM2 3 DC 1V
or higher?
YES
200 rpm continuously for 30 seconds, the fan motor stops for 2
seconds. After 2 seconds, it starts again, but this occurs 4 times
Note (2) CNW9- 3 is GND.
within a period of 1 hour.
NO
Replacement indoor
unit control PCB
-
18 -
S Only case of FDKN
Only case of 151~251 types
Abnormal data check
with remote controller
After check reset,
fan runs on Me.
NO
Fan ON?
YES
3 (Black) is GND.
CNM
1 and 3 (Red – Black)
DC280V?
NO
Replacement indoor
unit control PCB
YES
Was it reproduced?
CNM
4 and 3 (White-Black)
DC15V?
NO
Check the
circumstances.
YES
YES
3 (Black) is GND.
NO
Secondary
side of transformer
(red-red) 14V
or more
NO
NO
When the
(1)
motor is turning, does
the voltage at CNM 6 (Blue)
fluctuate between
DC 0 ~ 15 V?
Note (1) CNM 3 (Black) is GND.
YES
Replacement transformer
YES
Does the
fan motor turn
smoothly by
hand?
NO
Detective fan motor
Replacement indoor
unit control PCB
YES
(2)
Is the voltage
at CNM 5 (Yellow) DC 1V
or higher?
YES
● Display conditions
Note (2) CNM 3 (Black) is GND.
If an indoor unit fan motor’s speed is detected to be less than
NO
200 rpm continuously for 30 seconds, the fan motor stops for 2
Replacement indoor
unit control PCB
seconds. After 2 seconds, it starts again, but this occurs 4 times
within a period of 1 hour.
Only case of 301 type
After check reset,
fan runs on Me.
NO
YES
3 (black) is GND.
CNM
1 and 4 (Red-Blue)
DC 0~60V ?
NO
YES
NO
Replacement fan
motor
NO
Check the
circumstances.
YES
YES
YES
Was it reproduced?
(1)
When
the motor is turning,
does the voltage at CNM 5
(White) fluctuate between
DC 0 ~ 15 V?
Turn the power off and wait
a short time (30 min. ~ 1 hr.)
When tried again,
the fan goes ON.
Fan ON ?
YES
YES
NO
Replacement fan
motor
Note (1) CNM 4 (Blue) is GND.
Replacement indoor
unit control PCB
Check the
circumstances.
Replacement indoor
unit control PCB
● Display conditions
If an indoor unit fan motor’s speed is detected to be less than
200 rpm continuously for 30 seconds, the fan motor stops for 2
seconds. After 2 seconds, it starts again, but this occurs 4 times
within a period of 1 hour.
-
19 -
10
Error display :
Red LED
Green LED
e28
[Directive remote controller thermistor.]
Indoor unit
Stays OFF
Keeps flashing
Red LED
Green LED
Outdoor unit
Stays OFF
Keeps flashing
Note (1) The green LED in the outdoor unit is used in the FDCA301 ~ 601 models only.
Are characteristics of
remote controller thermistor OK or is there any
broken wire?
YES
Is the remote controller
thermistor connector connection OK?
NO
YES
Detectivie remote controller PCB
Replacement (Detective remote thermistor input circuit)
NO
Correction
Detective remote controller
thermistor Replacement
Resistance-temperature characteristic of remote controller thermister
Temperrature(°C) Resistance value (kΩ) Temperrature(°C) Resistance value (kΩ) Temperrature(°C) Resistance value (kΩ) Temperrature(°C) Resistance value (kΩ)
0
65
14
33
30
16
46
8.5
1
62
16
30
32
15
48
7.8
2
59
18
27
34
14
50
7.3
4
53
20
25
36
13
52
6.7
6
48
22
23
38
12
54
6.3
8
44
24
21
40
11
56
5.8
10
40
26
19
42
9.9
58
5.4
12
36
28
18
44
9.2
60
5.0
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20 -
(4) Error diagnosis procedures at the outdoor units side
At the error diagnosis related to the outdoor unit, check at first the error code of remote controller and the illumination patterns of
norma1 and inspection display lamps in the same manner as the case of indoor unit.
Then estimate the outline, the cause and the location of error based on the pattern and proceed to the inspcetion and repair.
Since the self diagnosis function by means of the microcomputers of indoor/outdoor units provide the judgement of error of
microcomputers them selves irregularity power supply line, overload, etc. caused by the installation space, inadequate volume of
refrigerant etc., the location and cause of trouble will be discovered without difficulty.
In addition, the display lamps error code of indoor/outdoor unit is kept flashing, (except when the power supply is iterrupted) after
the irregularity is automatically recovered to give irregularity information to the service presonnel. If any mode of higher priority
than the error retained in memory occurs after the reset of error, it is switched to that mode and saved in the memory.
(a) Replacement parts assembly related to the outdoor unit controller
Outdoor unit PCB, power transistor module, capacitor, noise filter, thermistor, (heat exchanger, discharge pipe, outdoor
temperature, power transistor), fuse, transformer, etc.
(b) Replacement procedure of outdoor unit microcomputer printed circuit board.
Microcomputer printed circuit board can replaced with following procedure.
1) Confirm the parts numbers. (Refer to the following parts layout drawing for the location of parts number.)
Applicable Model
Parts No.
PCA505A080Z FDCVA151HEN, 201HEN, 251HEN
PCA505A065ZN FDCA301HEN, 401HEN
PCA505A065ZS FDCA301HES, 401HES, 501HES, 601HES
2) Set the model using the model setting switch (SW6). (In the case of the 151~251 only).
Switch Setting Table (All switches are set in the OFF position when shipped from the factory.)
Model
151
201
251
4
2
3
4
3
2
1
1
ON
ON
2
1
ON
Set the switches ON or
OFF for each switch
No.
( ON,
OFF)
3
4
Switch Setting Table
3) Set the overcurrent value using the overcurrent setting switch for CM (SW3). (In the case of the 301~601 only)
Switch Setting Table (All switches are set in the OFF position when shipped from the factory.)
301HEN 301HES 401HEN 401HES 501HES 601HES
5
6
4
5
1
ON
1
2
2
3
3
4
5
4
3
2
1
ON
ON
14
6
12
6
6
5
4
1
2
3
2
ON
11
3
4
5
4
3
2
1
ON
Set the switches ON or
OFF for each switch
No.
( ON,
OFF)
27
5
6
Switch Setting Table
10
6
17
1
Setting Value (A)
ON
Model
4) Set the control select switch to match the previously set settings on the previous board.
If the previously set settings were set with jumper wires, the control select switch should be set in the ON position if there
was a jumper wire and in the OFF position if there wasn’t a jumper wire.
5) Connect the faston terminals and connectors to the control board.
When connecting the wires to the faston terminals, connect each wire to the terminal printed with the same color on the
board.
Note (1) When connecting the faston terminals to the control board, connect them so that there is no deformation of the far end of the circuit board.
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21 -
Parts layout on the outdoor unit PCB
FDCVA151~251 type
Sub PCB
(Noise filter)
Reactor
Fan motor
Stepping motor
CNM
F3
CNV1
CNI2
F1
T5
T2
T1
CNW
W
T8
V
CNL
CNI3
CNTR
CNI
F2
T4
T7
U
T6
Outdoor air temp. thermistor,
Outdoor heat exchanger themistor,
Discharge pipe thermistor
(Tho-A, Tho-R, Tho-D)
CN
SW7
CNE
CNQ
DIP switch
(SW6)
Power transistor thermistor
(Tho-IPM)
SW6
DIP switch
(SW7)
● Change by the jumper wire
Model
JA1 (SW7-1)
JA5 (SW6-1)
JA6 (SW6-2)
JA7 (SW6-3)
JA8 (SW6-4)
151
None
None
None
None
With
201
None
None
With
None
With
251
None
None
None
With
With
Notes (1) “None” means that jumper wire is not provided on the PCB or the connection is cut
Notes (2) The replacement PCB is not equipped with jumper wires JA1 and JA5~JA8. Instead, SW6 and 7
are mounted in the same position and have the same functions as jumper wires JA1 and JA5~JA8.
Carry out the local settings in accordance with the table using SW6 and 7.
● Function of DIP switches (SW5) (Usually all turned OFF)
Switch
ON
SW5-1
OFF
ON
SW5-2
OFF
ON
SW5-3
OFF
ON
SW5-4
OFF
Note (1) “None” means that jumper wire is not provided on the
PCB or the connection is cut.
External PCB
SW5
1
2
3
SW9
Test run operation switch
SW9
SW5
● Change by the JA3
Switch
Function
with Model selection-Energy saving
JA3
(SW7-3) None Model selection-Standerd
Function
Defrost Setting Select For cold regions.
Normal
Snow-guard fan control-Effective
Snow-guard fan control-Invalid
Low refrigerant protection control-Effective
Low refrigerant protection control-Invalid
Test run operation-Heating
Test run operation-Cooling
CNQ1
S
4
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22 -
S
FDCA301~601 type
Stepping motor
PCB power supply connector
(Secondary side)
L6
C3
L5
C6
C5
Outdoor air thermistor,
Outdoor heat exchanger
thermistor,
Discharge pipe thermistor
(Tho-A, Tho-D, Tho-R1, 2)
CNA2
C13
Outdoor unit power supplly
C7
IC12
C4
C8
C1
HT1
C2
CNW
CNL
L7
C6
L8
SW3
C11
C9
L10
C12
LED-R
CNP1
SW4
J4
J3
J2
J1
SW5
1 2 3 4
CNP2
CNV1
J16
J15
J14
J13
J12
J11
J8
J7
J6
J5
LED-G
L12
L11
SW4
SW3
SW6
SW5
CNA1
C10
SW6
CNE
X04
X03
X02
X07
X05
X01
X06
Crankcase heater
KN1
CNM3
KN2
CNS
CNM2
CNR
CT1
CNM1
High pressure switch
(63H1)
CNP3
CT2
CNQ
SW2
SW2
(Test run operation switch)
PCB power supply connector
(Primary side)
CNO
CNM4
Magnetic contactor
(52C)
4 way valve
Capacitor for FMo
Fan motor
● Change by the jumper wire
Switch
with
J1
(SW4-1) None(1)
with
J2
(SW4-2) None(1)
with
J6
(SW6-2) None(1)
with
J7
(SW6-3) None(1)
J8
(1)
(SW6-4) None
● Function of DIP switches (SW5) (Usually all turned OFF)
Function
Switch
ON
OFF
ON
SW5-2
OFF
ON
SW5-3
OFF
ON
SW5-4
OFF
1 Phase
3 Phase
Cooling
Heating
Defrost recovery temperature 14ºC
Defrost recovery temperature (See page 88)
Defrost prohibited temperature 45 min.
Defrost prohibited temperature 37 min.
SW5-1
Function
Defrost Setting Select For cold regions.
Normal
Snow-guard fan control-Effective
Snow-guard fan control-Invalid
Low refrigerant protection control-Effective
Low refrigerant protection control-Invalid
Test run operation-Heating
Test run operation-Cooling
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● Overcurrent Setting
Notes (1) “None” means that jumper wire is not provided on the
PCB or the connection is cut
Notes (2) The replacement board is not equipped with jumper
wires JA1~JA8. Instead, SW4 and 6 are mounted in
the same position and have the same functions as
jumper wires JA1~JA8. Carry out the local settings in
accordance with the above table using SW4 and 6.
Model
301HEN 301HES 401HEN 401HES 501HES 601HES
Setting Value (A)
17
10
27
11
12
14
J11 (SW3-1)
J12 (SW3-2)
J13 (SW3-3)
With
None(1)
None(1)
With
None(1)
None(1)
With
None(1)
With
With
None(1)
With
With
With
None(1)
With
With
With
Notes (1) “None” means that jumper wire is not provided on the PCB or the
connection is cut
Notes (2) The replacement board is not equipped with jumper wires J11~J13.
Instead, SW3 is mounted in the same position and has the same functions as jumper wires J11~J13. Carry out the local settings in accordance with the above table using SW3.
(3) The overcurrent setting value becomes the above setting value (A)
automatically in accordance with the settings on J11(SW3-1) ~
J13(SW3-3) and J1(SW4-1).
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Outdoor Unit controller failure diagnosis circuit diagram
FDCVA151~251 type
● Outdoor unit check points
Check items with the *mark when the power is ON.
E
T24
T25
24 -
TB
Fuse Check: There should be
continuity.
Gray
Sub PCB
(Noise filter) T26
CNI1
CM
To indoor unit
Brown
T30
T28 T27
100
10
T< 80˚C
T > 80˚C
50
0
0
5
20
50
80
100 120
Temperature [ T ] (˚C)
U
V
W
T6
T7
T8
Power transistor module
CNI2 CNI3
T2
T4
CnTR
T1 T5
F2 (250V 20A)
Control PCB
F3 (250V 1A)
LED1
Red
DC280V
1 2 3 4 6
FM0
When the outdoor
unit fan motor is
abnormal:
(Refer to page 157)
LED1 (Red) Check
Light continuously : Normal
Keeps flashing :
EEV
1~3 time flash :
Refer to 131 page
Fuse Check: There should be continuity.
If faulty, replace the control PCB.
0
Thermistor resistance (kΩ) [T <
= 80˚C]
-
Y/NG
T21
T22
Power transistor thermistor temperature and
resistance characteristics check
Thermistor resistance (kΩ) [T >
= 80˚C]
White
Orange
Black
N
F5 (20A)
Red
L
Red
Power transistor module
check: Is there a short circuit, open circuit or damage? (See 160 page for the
check procedure.)
White
TB
DC Reactor Continuity
Check: 50 mΩ or higher,
less than 100 mΩ.
Noise Filter Check:
There should be continuity.
There should be no shorts between phases.
Yellow
Power Supply Check
Measure the power supply at L.N.
(It is normal if it is AC 220/240V.)
Orange
❇
1
Error display
Red LED
Green LED
e5
:
[Communications error during operation]
Indoor unit
2 time flash
Keeps flashing
Red LED
Green LED
Outdoor unit
2 time flash
Keeps flashing
Note (1) The green LED in the outdoor unit is used in the FDCA301 ~ 601 models only.
(1)
(2)
Is the connection
of the signal wires at the NO
outdoor unit poor?
Is the connection
NO
of the signal wires at the
indoor unit poor?
YES
Did the remote
“
controller’s LCD return
to normal?
Reset power
supply.
YES
Repair
WAIT
”
“
YES
The unit is normal.
Malfunction was due to
transient noise, etc.
Repair
Notes (1) Check for poor connections (disconnection, looseness) on the outdoor unit’s terminal block.
(2) Check for poor connections or disconnection of the signal lines between the indoor and outdoor units.
Red LED
Green LED
Indoor unit
2 time flash
Keeps flashing
Red LED
Green LED
Outdoor unit
Stays OFF
Keeps flashing
Note (1) The green LED in the outdoor unit is used in the FDCA301 ~ 601 models only.
Reset power supply.
Did it return to normal?
YES
Malfunction is due to noise, etc.
(The outdoor unit’s CPU went
out of control due to noise during
power on.)
NO
Outdoor unit’s control PCB is
faulty. (Network communications
circuit is faulty.)
Replace
2
Error display
Red LED
Green LED
:
e32
[Power supply phases reversed] [Only case of 301~601 type]
Indoor unit
Stays OFF
Keeps flashing
Are the power supply
phases reversed?
Red LED
Green LED
YES
Outdoor unit
1 time flash
Keeps flashing
Repair
NO
Are the connections
to the reverse phase detection
circuit lines correct?
NO
Repair
YES
Outdoor unit’s control PCB is faulty.
Replace
(Reverse phase detection circuit is faulty.)
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25 -
WAIT
”
Go to display diagnosis (page 140).
3
Error display
:
e33
[Inverter primary current abnormal] [Only case of 151~251 type]
Indoor unit
Stays OFF
Keeps flashing
Red LED
Green LED
Is the power supply normal?
NO
Red LED
Outdoor unit
1 time flash
● Display Conditions
Restore it to the
normal state.
If the inverter’s primary current exceeds the set value for 3 sec-
YES
onds, the compressor stops. After a 3 minute delay, it restarts, but
NO
Is the voltage within
the specified range?
YES
Is there any foreign matter
NO
such as dust or dirt on the control
PCB soldered surfaces?
YES
when this occurs 5 times within 60 minutes.
Restore it to the
normal state.
Remove any foreign matter
such as dust or dirt.
Replace the control PCB.
[Compressor overcurrent trouble] [Only case of 301~601 type]
Red LED
Green LED
Indoor unit
Stays OFF
Keeps flashing
Is the voltage
AC220/240V between the
L1 and L3 phases and between the L2
and L3 phases on the 52C
secondary side?
NO
Red LED
Green LED
Outdoor unit
1 time flash
Keeps flashing
Out of phase between the
L1 and L2 phases.
YES
• 52C is faulty.
• There is a disconnection between
52C and CM or in the L1 and L2
phases between TB1 and 52C.
Check the unit side.
(1)
Is there overcurrent
at the compressor?
YES
• Is the power supply voltage proper? (Isn’t it too low?)
• Are the power lines proper? (Aren’t they too thin?)
• Is the overcurrent setting correct? (SW3 setting)
• Is the compressor running with an overload?
• Is the compressor locked?
NO
Outdoor unit control PCB is
faulty.
Replace
(The CT input circuit is faulty.)
• During cooling: Is FMo turning?
• During heating: Is FMI turning?
Is the service valve (gas side) fully open?
Is the filter clogged?
• Is there an overcharge?
• Is the installation space for the indoor and
outdoor units proper?
• Is there a short circuit in the indoor or outdoor units?
• Compressor is faulty.
Replace
Notes (1) Measure the overcurrent value to make sure.
Also make sure the overcurrent setting set with SW3 and SW4-1 on the outdoor unit control PCB
is not incorrect.
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26 -
Error display :
Red LED
Green LED
e34
[Open phase at L3 phase of 52C secondary side] (Only case of 301~601 type)
Indoor unit
Stays OFF
Keeps flashing
(1)
52C
secondary side L3 phase
open?
Red LED
Green LED
YES
NO
Outdoor unit
1 time flash
Keeps flashing
Notes (1) Also check if there is voltage at the L3 phase on the 52C primary
side, but no voltage on the secondary side (coil wire disconnection or faulty contacts).
(2) If there is voltage at the L3 phase on the 52C primary side and it
is not abnormal, the outdoor unit control PCB is faulty.
Repair
(2)
The outdoor unit control PCB is faulty.
(The CT circuit is faulty)
Replace
AAA
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If the unit is operated with the service valve closed, 49C (internal thermostat) operates. E34 may also be displayed. Check the service valve.
AAA
4
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Error display :
e35
[Cooling overload operation]
Indoor unit
Stays OFF
Keeps flashing
Red LED
Green LED
Red LED
Green LED
Outdoor unit
1 time flash
Keeps flashing
Note (1) The green LED in the outdoor unit is used in the FDCA301 ~ 601 models only.
Check the unit side.
Are the
characteristics of the
outdoor heat exchanger thermistor
normal?
YES
NO
Replace the outdoor heat
exchanger thermistor.
Is the unit normal?
NO
Abnormal Temperature Detection
Error stop
• Is there a short circuit in the outdoor unit?
• Is the installation space proper?
• Is the refrigerant level too high?
• Is the heat exchanger dirty or clogged?
Is there cooling overload
operation?
(1) The compressor’s speed drops when all the following conditions are met
(151~251). In the case of the 301~601, expansion valve control is performed.
1 Outdoor heat exchanger temperature: A˚C or higher
2 Outdoor air temperature: 41ºC or higher
3 The outdoor unit’s fan runs at 7 speed (UHi)(1) continuously for
30 seconds or longer.
(2) Control is cancelled when the temperature drops to BºC or lower.
Item
A
B
Model
Is high pressure control
normal?
Abnormal temperature detection
Is it (the actual measurement) correct?
151~251 type
NO
The outdoor control PCB
is faulty. Replace
Compressor less than 88
speed 88 to less than 108
(rps)
108 or higher
58.5
53.5
53.5
48.5
48.5
43.5
58
53
301~601 type
Return
Note (1) Values in ( ) show for the case of the 301~601 models.
48
65(1)
Outdoor air temp. (ºC)
Note (1) In the case of the 151 ~
251, the abnormal stop
temperature differs
depending on the
compressor’s speed.
Compressor speed Indoor heat exchanger
(rps)
temprature (˚C)
Outdoor unit heat exchanger
themistor (Tho-R)
Resistancetemperature characteristics
● Display Conditions
If the outdoor heat
less than 88
65 or more
exchanger temperature
88 to less than 108
60 or more
108 or higher
55 or more
becomes 65ºC 5 times
15
within 60 minutes,
including while the
compressor is stopped,
or if it continues at that
temperature for 10
Resistance(kΩ)
5
10
5kΩ at 25°C
5
minutes or longer.
0
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27 -
10
20 30 40
Temperature (°C)
50
6
Error display :
e36
[Discharge temperature error]
Indoor unit
Stays OFF
Keeps flashing
Red LED
Green LED
Red LED
Green LED
Outdoor unit
1 time flash
Keeps flashing
Check the unit side.
During cooling: Is FM0 operating?
During heating: Is FM1 operating?
Are service valves (both liquid,
gas) fully opened during both
cooling and heating.
Is the installation space of indoor/
outdoor unit adequate?
Is there any short circuit air flow
for indoor/outdoor units?
Note (1) The green LED in the outdoor unit is used in the FDCA301 ~ 601 models only.
Is the
discharge pipe thermistror characteristics
normal?
Discharge
YES temperature error?
(At cooling/heating
operation)
NO
Discharge pipe thermistor replacement
Check the unit side.
Insufficient refrigerant
Charge the refrigerant (measure)
Is it the oveload operation?
Is discharge temperature
control normal?
Is the unit
normalized
If the discharge pipe temperature exceeds the set value,
the compressor’s speed (151~251) or the expansion
valve’s opening angle (301~601) is controlled to prevent
the discharge pipe temperature from rising.
The compressor’s capacity
Compressor control
Abnormal temperature sensed
Is the (actual measurement) normal?
NO
Defective outdoor unit PCB
Replacement
NO
is lowered (Each minute the
speed is reduced (151~251).
Expansion valve control
(301~601)
Hold
● Display conditions
Release
If the discharge temperature is as shown at left 2 (5) times within 60
151~251 type
301~601 type
minutes, or continuously for 60 minutes, including when the compressor is stopped.
80
90
90
100
Discharge pipe temperature (°C)
Note (1) Values in ( ) show for the case of the 301~601 models.
301~601 type
100
Operoble
Error stop
Thermistor resistance
Error stop
Operoble
80
105
80
Discharge pipe temp. (°C)
121
Discharge pipe temp. (°C)
50
0
0
20
40
60
80
100
120
140
Temperature [T] (°C)
Error display :
e37
Indoor unit
Stays OFF
Keeps flashing
Red LED
Green LED
Temperature-resistance characteristics
of discharge pipe thermistor (Tho-D)
100
10
T< 80˚C
T >80˚C
50
5
0
0
0
50
80
100
Temperature [T] (°C)
[Defective outdoor unit heat exchanger thermistor]
Red LED
Green LED
Outdoor unit
1 time flash
Keeps flashing
Note (1) The green LED in the outdoor unit is used in the FDCA301 ~ 601 models only.
Is the outdoor
unit heat exchanger
thermistor connector
OK?
YES
Are the outdoor unit
heat exchanger thermistor
characteristics OK, is there
any broken wire?
NO
Repair
NO
YES
Defective outdoor unit control
PCB Replacement (Defective
outdoor unit heat exchanger
thermistor input circuit)
Outdoor unit heat exchanger
thermistor (ThO-R)
Resistance temperature characteristics
Defective outdoor unit
heat exchanger
thermistor Replacement
15
● Display conditions
If the temperature sensed by the thermistor is –30ºC or lower continuously for 5 seconds between 2 minutes and 2 minutes 20 seconds
after the compressor goes ON, the compressor stops. After a 3 minute
delay, the compressor restarts. If this state is detected 3 times in 40
Resistance(kΩ)
7
● 301~601 type
Thermistor resistance (kΩ)[T > 80°C]
151~251 type
Temperature-resistance characteristics
of discharge pipe thermistor (Tho-D)
Thermistor resistance (kΩ)[T < 80°C]
● 151~251 type
Abnormal Temperature Detection
10
5kΩ at 25°C
5
(60) minutes.
Note (1) Values in ( ) show for the case of the 301~601 models.
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28 -
0
10
20
30
40
Temperature (°C)
50
8
Error display :
e38
[Defective outdoor air temperature thermistor]
Indoor unit
Stays OFF
Keeps flashing
Red LED
Green LED
Outdoor unit
1 time flash
Keeps flashing
Red LED
Green LED
Note (1) The green LED in the outdoor unit is used in the FDCA301 ~ 601 models only.
YES
Is the outdoor
air temperature thermistor
characteristics OK, is there
no broken wire?
Defective outdoor unit control PCB
Replacement (Defective outdoor air
temperature thermistor input circuit)
YES
NO
NO
Defective outdoor air
temperature thermistor
Replacement
400
● Display conditions
If the temperature sensed by the thermistor is –30ºC or lower continuously for 5 seconds between 2 minutes and 2 minutes 20 seconds after
the compressor goes ON, the compressor stops. After a 3 minute delay,
Thermistor resistance (kΩ)[T<0°C]
Repair
Temperature-resistance
characteristics of outdoor air
temperature thermistor (ThO-A)
300
40
30
200
20
T < 0°C
T > 0°C
100
10
Thermistor resistance (kΩ)[T>0°C]
Is the outdoor
air temperature thermistor
connector connection
OK?
the compressor restarts. If this state is detected 3 times in 40 (60) minutes.
Note (1) Values in ( ) show for the case of the 301~601 models.
Error display :
Red LED
Green LED
e39
0
50
Temperature [T](°C)
0
[Defective discharge pipe thermistor]
Indoor unit
Stays OFF
Keeps flashing
Outdoor unit
1 time flash
Red LED
Keeps flashing
Green LED
Note (1) The green LED in the outdoor unit is used in the FDCA301 ~ 601 models only.
NO
Repair
YES
Are the discharge
pipe thermistor characteristics
OK, is there no
broken wire?
Defective outdoor unit control
PCB
Replacement (Defective
discharge pipe thermistor
input circuit)
YES
Temperature-resistance
characteristics of discharge
pipe thermistor (ThO-D)
NO
Defective discharge pipe
thermistor
Replacement
● Display conditions
If the temperature sensed by the thermistor is –10ºC or lower continuously for 5 seconds between 10 minutes and 10 minutes 20
seconds (2minutes and 2minutes 20seconds) after the compressor
goes ON, the compressor stops. After a 3 minute delay, the compressor restarts. If this state is detected 3 times in 40 (60) minutes.
100
10
T< 80°C
T> 80°C
50
0
0
5
0
20
50
80
100 120
Temperature [T] (°C)
Note (1) Values in ( ) show for the case of the 301~601 models.
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29 -
Thermistor resistance (kΩ)[T > 80°C]
Is the discharge
pipe thermistor
connector connection
OK?
Thermistor resistance (kΩ)[T < 80°C]
9
0
---50
10
Error display :
Red LED
Green LED
e40
[63H1 operation] (Only case of 301~601 type)
Indoor unit
Stays OFF
Keeps flashing
Red LED
Green LED
Outdoor unit
1 time flash
Keeps flashing
While the 63H1 is operating
YES
Is the 63H1 operating?
NO
The outdoor unit control PCB
is faulty. (The 63H1 input circuit
is faulty.) Replace
1. During Cooling
• Is the outdoor unit fan motor running?
• Is there a short circuit in the outdoor unit?
• Is there enough space for inlet and outlet?
2. During Heating
• Is the indoor unit heat exchanger thermistor separated
from the sensing case?
• Is the filter clogged?
3. During Cooling and Heating
• Is the refrigerant overcharge?
• Is the service valve fully open?
[Open phase at L3-phase of 52C primary side]
Red LED
Green LED
Indoor unit
Stays OFF
Keeps flashing
(1)
52C
primary side L3 phase
open?
NO
Red LED
Green LED
YES
Outdoor unit
1 time flash
Keeps flashing
Repair
Notes (1) Also check if there is voltage at the L3 phase on the 52C primary
side, but no voltage on the secondary side (coil wire disconnection
or faulty contacts).
(2) If there is voltage at the L3 phase on the 52C primary side and it is
not abnormal, the outdoor unit control PCB is faulty.
(2)
The outdoor unit control PCB
is faulty.
Replace
11
Error display :
Red LED
Green LED
e42
[Current cut] (Only case of 151~251 type)
Indoor unit
Stays OFF
Keeps flashing
Is the power
supply voltage
proper?
YES
Red LED
Is the service
valve fully open?
Outdoor unit
1 time flash
Is the high
pressure during operation
proper?
YES
NO
NO
NO
Check the power supply.
Check the
compressor's insulation
resistance and winding
resistance.
YES
Open it fully.
YES
NO
Check the refrigerant level
and refrigerant circuit.
Replace the compressor.
● Display conditions
If the inverter’s output current exceeds the set value, the compressor stops. After a 3-minute delay, it
restarts, but if this occurs 3 times
Check the
power transistor module
(See page 160)
NG
Replace the outdoor
unit control PCB.
OK
within 20 minutes.
• Is the installation space for the indoor and outdoor
YES
units proper?
• Is there a short circuit in the indoor or outdoor
units?
• During cooling: Is FMo operating?
Is the service valve fully open?
• During heating: Is FMI operating?
Is the service valve fully open?
Is the filter clogged?
• Is liquid flowing back to the compressor?
• Is the compressor making abnormal noises?
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30 -
Does it return to
normal if the power
supply is reset
(2 of 3 times)?
NO
Replace the outdoor
unit control PCB.
YES
It may be malfunction due to transient noise. If
there is a noise source nearby, take measures to
eliminate it.
12
Error display
:
e47
[Inverter over-voltage trouble] (Only case of 151~251 type)
Indoor unit
Stays OFF
Keeps flashing
Red LED
Green LED
Red LED
Is there foreign matter
YES
such as dust or dirt on the soldered
surfaces of the control PCB?
Outdoor unit
1 time flash
Remove the foreign matter
such as dust and dirt.
NO
YES
Is the fuse (F1: 250V, 20A)
blown?
Replace
● Display Conditions
NO
If the inverter voltage exceeds 340V, (3 times in 20 minutes), this error is displayed. After 3 minutes passes, it
The outdoor unit control
PCB is faulty.
Replace
13
Error display :
Red LED
Green LED
e48
can be reset using the remote controller.
[DC Fan motor abnormal] (Only case of 151~251 type)
Indoor unit
Stays OFF
Keeps flashing
Is any foreign
object wedged into the
rotating parts of the
fan motor?
Red LED
Turn the
fan by hand several
revolutions. Does itturn
smoothly?
YES
NO
YES
Outdoor unit
1 time flash
Is there
foreign matter
such as dust or dirt on
the soldered surfaces
of the control
PCB?
NO
Remove the foreign object.
YES
NO
Replace the fan motor.
Remove the foreign mater
such as dust or dirt.
Is fuse F3
(250V, 1A)
blown?
YES
NO
Replace the fuse.
● Display conditions
When the DC fan motor’s output is ON, if the fan motor’s speed drops to 75 rpm or lower continuously
for 30 seconds or longer, the compressor stops. After a 3-minute delay, the compressor is restarted, but
if this state is detected 5 times within 60 minutes.
14
Error display :
Red LED
Green LED
e52
[52C Abnormal] (Only case of 301~601 type)
Indoor unit
Stays OFF
Keeps flashing
Is E52
Cooling operation
E52 Heating operation
displayed in the remote
controller’s
screen?
YES
Red LED
Green LED
Outdoor unit
Lights contiously
Keeps flashing
The 52C is abnormal.
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Replace the outdoor
unit control PCB.
Red LED
Green LED
e56
[Power transistor thermistor faulty.] (Only case of 151~251 type)
Indoor unit
Stays OFF
Keeps flashing
Is the
power transistor thermistor
connector connection
OK?
Red LED
Outdoor unit
1 time flash
Are the
power transistor
thermistor characteristics
OK, is there no
broken wire?
YES
NO
Defective outdoor unit control
PCB Replacement (Defective
power transistor thermistor input
circuit)
YES
Temperature-resistance
characteristics of power
transistor thermistor (ThO-D)
NO
Defective power transistor
thermistor Replacement
Repair
● Display conditions
If the temperature sensed by the thermistor is –10ºC or lower continuously for 5 seconds between 10 minutes and 10 minutes 20
seconds after the compressor goes ON, the compressor stops. After a 3 minute delay, the compressor restarts. If this state is detected 3 times in 40 minutes.
100
10
T< 80°C
T> 80°C
50
0
0
5
0
20
50
80
Thermistor resistance (kΩ)[T > 80°C]
Error display :
Thermistor resistance (kΩ)[T < 80°C]
15
100 120
Temperature [T] (°C)
Error display :
Red LED
Green LED
e57
[Insufficient refrigerant volume.]
Indoor unit
Stays OFF
Keeps flashing
Red LED
Green LED
Outdoor unit
1 time flash
Keeps flashing
Note (1) The green LED in the outdoor unit is used in the FDCA301 ~ 601 models only.
Is the service valve
opened fully?
NO
Return air thermistor (ThI-A)
Indoor unit heat exchanger thermistor
(ThI-R1, R2)
Resistance temperature characterisics
Fully opened.
YES
Are the
connections of the connectors
to the indoor heat exchanger and return
air thermistor OK?
15
NO
Normal
Resistance(kΩ)
16
YES
Are the
characteristics of the indoor
heat exchanger and return air
thermistor OK?
NO
Indoor heat exchanger and
return air thermistor faulty
Replace
10
5kΩ at 25°C
5
YES
0
Is the low pressure during
operation normal?
YES
Indoor control PCB faulty
Replace
(The indoor heat exchanger
and return air thermistor input
circuits are faulty.)
NO
10
20 30 40
Temperature (°C)
Charge with refrigerant.
● Display conditions
If insufficient refrigerant protection (See page 92) is implemented
3 times within 30 minutes.
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50
17
Error display :
Red LED
Green LED
e59
[Abnormalities in compressor starting] (Only case of 151~251 type)
Indoor unit
Stays OFF
Keeps flashing
Is the power
supply voltage
correct proper?
YES
Red LED
Outdoor unit
1 time, 2 time, 3 time flash
Check
Is the balance
the compressor’s
YES
pressure appropriate
insulation resistance
during starting?
and winding
resistance.
NO
NO
NG
Replacement
compressor
Check the refrigerant level
and refrigerant circuit.
Check of power supply
OK
Check of
power transistor
module
(Reference to 160)
Inverter
OK
Inverter
NG
Replacement
control PCB
(1)
Carry out test operation
(starting) another 2 or 3 times.
Did it improve?
NO
Replacement
compressor
● Display conditions
Note (1) If the test operation is repeated 2 or 3 times, the liquid refrigerant inside the compressor may be expelled from the
compressor may recover from its starting abnormality.
18
Error display :
Red LED
Green LED
e60
(1) If it won’t start 2 times out of 7 attempted starts.
(2) Remote controller reset is possible after 3 minutes have passed.
[Compressor loader position detection error] (Only case of 151~251 type)
Indoor unit
Stays OFF
Keeps flashing
Red LED
Outdoor unit
1 time flash
Note (1) Check if the power supply system is normal.
Again
YES
Operation
Does the compressor
start?
NO (E59)
E59 diagnosis
It
doesn’t.
Does E42 occur?
It
Does it
Does the
doesn’t.
return to normal
compressor make
when the power
any abnormal
is reset?
noise?
It does.
E42 diagnosis
It does.
Compressor check
E60 recurs.
Replacement
control PCB
It doesn’t
recur.
It is possible that
transient noise
could be causing
malfunction. If
there is a noise
source, take countermeasures to
prevent it.
● Display conditions
(1) If a rotor position detection operation is conducted, then the rotor position cannot be detected again after that (4 times in 15
minutes), an abnormal state is displayed.
(2) After 3 minutes passes, it is reset with the remote controller is possible.
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Power transistor module (including drive circuit) check method
Is the power
transistor module
cracked or burnt?
NO
YES
Is there a
short circuit between the
power transistor module
terminals? ❇1
NO
YES
Compressor operation
Is the balance
between the compressor
current phases good?
NO
If there is a 10% or greater difference
in the current in different phases.
(except during acceleration or deceleration)
YES
Replacement
control PCB
Normal
❇1
Power transistor module terminal short circuit check procedure
Disconnect the compressor wiring, then conduct a short circuit check.
P-U, P-V, P-W
N-U, N-V, N-W
Check between the P-N terminals.
Bring the tester probes in contact with the following places on each terminal.
P: Power transistor P terminal,
U: End of red harness to compressor
N: Power transistor N terminal,
V: End of white harness to compressor
W: End of black harness to compressor
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(4) Check abnormal operation data with the remote controller
Operation data are recorded when there is an abnormal state and these data can be displayed in the remote controller by
operating the remote controller buttons.
(1)
Press the CHECK button.
FUNCTION” → “
The display will change from “
SET ” → “OPERATION DATA
button once. The display will change to “ERROR DATA
(2)
Press the
(3)
Press the SET button to enter the abnormal operation data display mode.
(4)
If there are abnormalities from the past, they will be displayed by an error code and unit No.
(Example)
“E8” (Lighted up)
“I/U No. 00
(5)
Using the
”
”.
or
” (Flashing)
button, select the indoor unit No. you want to display the error data for.
If only one indoor unit is connected, the indoor unit No. does not change.
(6)
Fix the selection using the SET button. (The displayed indoor unit No. will change from flashing to light up continuously.)
(Example)
“E8”
“DATA LOADING” (This message flashes while data are being read.)
↓
“E8”
“ERROR DATA
”
The data are then displayed beginning with item No. 01.
Displayed items are as shown below.
(7)
Display the other data for when the error occurred in order from the currently displayed operation data No. 01 using
the
❇
or
button.
Depending on the model, items for which corresponding data do not exist are not displayed.
(8)
To change the indoor unit, press the AIR CON No. button and return to the indoor unit selection display.
(9)
Press the ON/OFF button to end the abnormal operation data check.
If you press the RESET button during the settings, the display returns to the previous setting screen.
No.
01
02
03
04
05
07
11
21
22
23
24
26
27
28
29
31
32
34
35
36
37
38
Data item
Operation mode (Example: )
SET TEMP.
27°C
RETURN AIR
28°C
I/U HEAT EXCH1
6°C
I/U HEAT EXCH2
5°C
I/U FAN
Hi
TOTAL I/U RUN
10500H
OUTDOOR
35°C
O/U HEAT EXCH1 55°C
O/U HEAT EXCH2 55°C
COMP HERTZ
85.0Hz
Lo PRESSURE
0.40MPa
DISCHARGE
98°C
DOME BOTTOM
56°C
CT
26A
O/U FAN
Hi
SILENT MODE ON
63H1 ON/OFF
DEFROST OFF
TOTAL COMP RUN 8500H
EEV1
480PULS
EEV2
480PULS
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2
OUTLINE OF OPERATION CONTROL BY MICROCOMPUTER
(1) Remote controller
(a) Wired remote controller
The figure below shows the remote controller with the cover opened. Note that all the items that may be displayed in the
liquid crystal display area are shown in the figure for the sake of explanation.
Characters displayed with dots in the liquid crystal display area are abbreviated.
Pull the cover downward to open it.
Central control display
Vent Indicator
Displayed when the air conditioning
system is controlled by the option controller.
Indicates operation in the
Ventilation mode.
Weekly timer display
Displays the settings of
the weekly timer.
Timer operation display
Displays the settings related to
timer operation.
Operation setting display area
Temperature setting switches
Operation/Check indicator light
These switches are used to set
the temperature of the room.
During operation: Lit in green
In case of error: Flashing in red
TIMER switch
Operation/Stop switch
This switch is used to select
a timer mode.
This switch is used to operate and
stop the air conditioning system.
Press the switch once to operate
the system and press it once again to
stop the system.
Displays setting temperature,
airflow volume, operation mode and
operation message.
27˚C
MODE switch
This switch is used to switch between
operation modes.
FAN SPEED switch
Timer setting switches
This switch is used to set the
airflow volume.
These switches are used to set
the timer mode and time.
VENT switch
Switch that operates the
connected ventilator.
GRILL switch
This switch has no function.
When this switch is pressed,
(Invalid Operation)
is displayed, but it does not mean a failure.
LOUVER switch
This switch is used to operate/stop
the swing louver.
AIR CON No. (Air conditioning system No.) switch
Displays the number of the connected
air conditioning system.
SET switch
This switch is used at servicing.
This switch is used to apply the timer
operation setting.
This switch is also used to make silent
mode operation settings.
TEST switch
RESET switch
This switch is used during test operation.
Press this switch while making settings
to go back to the previous operation.
This switch is also used to reset the
“FILTER CLEANING” message display.
(Press this switch after cleaning the air filter.)
CHECK switch
*If you oress any of the switches above and "
But it does not mean a failure.
" is display, the switch has no function.
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(2) Setting functions using the remote controller
(a) The factory settings of this unit's functions are as follows: If you want to charge a setting, follow the
procedure found in the installation manual and set to your desired setting.
For the method of setting, please refer to the installation manual of a remote control unit.
1 Remote controller unit functions (
Function
number A
Function description B
)
FUNCTION
Factory
setting
Setting C
2 Indoor unit functions (I/U FUNCTION
Function
number A
Function description B
Setting C
INVALID
01
GRILLE
(
Grille lift
SET panel setting
)
STANDARD (Mild mode)
01
50Hz AREA ONLY
Hi CEILING SET
Hi CEILING 1 (Powerful mode)
60Hz AREA ONLY
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
*
AUTO RUN OFF
04
INVALID
ON/OFF ON/OFF S/W
ON/OFF
VALID
ON/OFF
INVALID
VALID
*
INVALID
INVALID
(
)
POWER FAILURE
COMPENSATION SET
SENSOR ON (Valid)
*
NO DISP CHARGE
(
)
3 FAN SPEED
*
2 FAN SPEED
1 FAN SPEED
18
HEAT PUMP
MODEL TYPE
*
COOLING ONLY
EXTERNAL CONTROL SET
INDIVIDUAL OPERATION
SAME OPERATION FOR ALL UNITS
ERROR DISP
ERROR DISP SET
°C/°F SET
(
NO ERROR DISP
)
VALID
)
NORMAL OPERATION
TEMP SHIFT +3˚C
LOW FAN
STOP→LOW FAN (Intermittent operation)
*
09
FREEZE PREVENT TEMP
10
FREEZE PREVENT CONTROL
TEMP Lo
FAN CONTROL OFF
Notes(1) Setting marked with [] are the default setting.
(2) Setting marked with [*] are those that are set automatically
according to an indoor unit or an outdoor unit connected.
Please check default settings with the indoor unit's installation
manual.
DISP CHARGE
Indoor unit
I/U FA SPEED fan speed setting
(
08
Heating
FAN CONTROL fan control
NORMAL OPERATION
FAN CONTROL ON
VENTI LINK SET
13
17
ROOM TEMP OFF SET
(Heating room temperature off set)
PULSE INPUT
TEMP Hi
VALID
VENTI SET
Louver
POSITION
control setting
07
INVALID
TEMP RANGE SET
16
06
OPERATION PERMISSION
PROHIBITED
INSENSOR OFF (Invalid)
Remote control
SENSOR S/W
sensor setting
12
15
)
EXTERNAL INPUT SET
VALID
TIMER S/W
(
LEVEL INPUT
INVALID
LOUVER S/W
Louver control FIX (1 OF 4) (4 positiion stop)
POSITION setting
IN MOTION (Free stop)
05
VALID
FANSPEED S/W
*
1000H→STOP
NO VENTI LINK
14
AFTER 600H
INVALID
NO VENTI
11
FILTER SIGN SET
AFTER 1000H
VALID
MODE S/W
*
AFTER 180H
03
VALID
TEMP S/W
Factory
setting
NO DISPLAY
AUTO RUN ON
AUTO RUN SET
)
FIX (1 OF 4) (4 position stop)
IN MOTION (Free stop)
°C
°F
Notes(1) Setting marked with [] are the default setting.
(2) Setting marked with [*] are those that are set automatically
according to an indoor unit or an outdoor unit connected.
Please check default settings with the indoor unit's installation
manual.
POSITION” is changed, please also
(3) When Item 17 : “
change Item 04 “
POSITION” setting found in
“Indoor unit functions”.
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(b) Function setting method
Operating guide message
Function description: B , Settting: C
1) Stop the air conditioner
Function number: A
2) Press the SET and MODE buttons simultaneously
for 3 seconds or longer.
The screen display will be switched as follows:
Confirm Button
SELECT ITEM”
“
“
AUTO RUN SET
SET"
ON/OFF Button
”
“FUNCTION SET
FUNCTION SET
Start Button
Selector button
3) Press the SET button.
The unit will enter the function setting mode. The
screen display will charge to “
FUNCTION
Indoor unit selector button
Previous screen button
”.
4) Check which category your desired setting belongs to, “
FUNCTION
FUNCTION
(Remote controller unit function)” or “I/U
" (Indoor unit function).
or
5) Press either
Select either “
button.
FUNCTION
” or “I/U FUNCTION
FUNCTION
”.
I/U FUNCTION
6) Press the SET button.
FUNCTION
When “
” is selected.
1 “DATA LOADING” (blinking)
“GRILLE
“
FUNCTION”
SET” (Function number: A, Function description: B)
The screen display will be switched like this.
2 Press either
or
button.
“Function number: A, Function description: B “from the list of remote controller unit functions will be displayed one
by one. Select a desired function.
3 Press the SET button.
The screen display will be switched as follows:
“
SETTING”
4 Press either
or
“Setting: C” (ex. “AUTO RUN ON”)
button.
A list of “Settings: C” will be displayed one by one. Select your desired setting.
5 Press the SET button.
The selected setting is displayed
* When “
AUTO RUN SET ” is selected.
for 2 seconds, then followed by
Function number: A
“SET COMPLETE” and the
function setting process is completed.
AUTO RUN SET
Function description: B
AUTO RUN ON
Setting: C
Then the screen display will be
swiched to “Function number:
A, Function description: B,” so
if you want to comtinue to set
another function, repeat the steps
as explained above.
AUTO RUN ON
AUTO RUN OFF
To finish the function setting pro-
SET COMPLETE
cess, please proceed to Step (c).
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When “I/U FUNCTION ” is selected.
1 The screen display will be switched as follows:
“
SET” “I/U No.00” (blinking)
I/U SELECT”
“
I/U No.00
or
button.
2 Press either
Select the indoor unit number that you want to change settings. If only one indoor unit is connected, the indoor unit
number will not charge, so please proceed to Step 3.
If “ALL I/U
” is selected while indoor group control is in effect, you can set all units to the same settings.
3 Press the SET button.
Indoor unit number indication will change from blinking to lit continuously, The screen display will be switched as
follows:
"DATA LOADING" (blinking for about 2 to 23 seconds)
“
FUNCTION”
“Hi CEILING SET”
(Function number: A, Function description: B)
* When “
Hi CEILING SET” is selected.
Function number: A
Hi CEILING SET
Function description: B
4 Press either
or
button.
“Function number: A, Function description: B” from the list of indoor unit functions will be displayed one by one.
Select a desired function.
5 Press the SET button.
The screen display will be switched as follows: “
SETTING”
“Setting: C” (ex. “STANDARD”)
STANDARD
Settings: C
6 Press either
or
button.
A list “Setting: C” will be displayed one by one. Select your desired setting.
7 Press the SET button.
The selected setting is displayed for 2 seconds, then followed by “SET COMPLETE” and the function setting process is
completed.
Then the screen display will be switched to “Function number: A, Function description: B” so if you want to continue to set
another function, repeat the stepa as explained above. To finish the function setting process, please proceed to Step 8.
8 Press AIR CON No. button.
The screen display will go back to the indoor unit selection screen (ex. “ I/U No.00”).
If you want to continue to set another indoor unit, please follow the steps explained above.
(c) Press the ON/OFF button.
This ends a function setting process. Even if a function setting process is not completed, this ends the process.
Please note that any setting that is not complated will become void.
● Pressing the RESET button during a function setting process will allow you to go back the previous
step. Please note that any setting that is not completed will become void.
● Method of checking the current setting
While following the above mentioned step, the setting that appears when the SET button is pressed for each “Function
number: A, Function description: B” is the current setting “Stting: C”. (When "ALL I/U " is selected, the setting of
the indoor unit with the lowest number is displayed)
● Settings are stored in the controller and not lost even a power outage occurs.
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(d)
Changing the remote controller’s temperature setting range
1) The temperature setting range of the remote controller can be changed.
Through remote controller button operations, the upper limit and lower limit set temperature values can be changed
individually.
During heating operation, the changed upper limit value becomes valid and at times other than during heating operation,
(during cooling, dehumidification, auto and fan operation), the changed lower limit value becomes valid.
Range of Possible Changes
Upper Limit Value: 22~30ºC (valid during heating) Lower Limit Value: 18 ~ 26ºC (valid at times other than during
heating)
2) Operation
a) With the remote controller in the stopped state, press the SET and MOFDE buttons simultaneously for 3 seconds or
longer. The display will changed from “
”
SELECT ITEM”
“
SET”
“FUNCTION SET
b) Press the
button once. The display will change to TEMP RANGE
.
c) Press the SET button to enter the temperature range setting mode.
” or “Lo LIMIT SET
d) Using the
or
button, select “Hi LIMIT SET
,” the press the SET button.
e) If “Hi LIMIT SET” is selected,
1 The display changes from “
SET UP”
“Hi LIMIT 22ºC
” (flashing).
2 Using the “
” button, select the upper limit value. Display example: “Hi LIMIT 22ºC
” (flashing)
3 Press the SET button to fix the setting. Display example: “Hi LIMIT 22ºC” (lighted up)
f) If “Lo LIMIT SET” is selected,
1 The display changes from “
SET UP”
“Lo LIMIT 26ºC
” (flashing).
2 Using the
button, select the upper limit value. Display example: “Lo LIMIT 26ºC
” (flashing)
3 Press the SET button to fix the setting. Display example: “Lo LIMIT 26ºC” (lighted up)
g) Press the ON/OFF button to end the setting procedure.
(The procedure also ends if the ON/OFF button is pressed during the setting operation. However, settings which have
not been fixed become invalid, so exercise caution.)
• If the RESET button is pressed during a setting operation, the display returns to the previously displayed setting screen.
However, settings which have not been fixed become invalid, so exercise caution.
* If “NO DISP CHANGE” is selected in No. 12, “TEMP RANGE SET” of the remote controller’s functions, No. 1 of
the function setting modes, the remote controller’s display does not change even if the temperature range has been
changed.
(Example) If the upper limit is set at 28˚C
Function No. A
12
Function Contents B
Setting Contents C
Control Contents
DISP CHANGE
The remote controller’s display and sent
data upper limit changes to 28°C.
NO DISP CHANGE
The remote controller’s display upper
limit remains at 30ºC and only the upper
limit of the sent data is changed to 28°C.
TEMP RANGE SET
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(3) Cooling Test Operation Procedure
Carry out the following test operation procedure using the remote controller.
(a) Starting the Cooling Test Operation
1 Press the ON/OFF button to start operation.
2 Press the MODE button and select “COOL.”
3 Press the TEST button continuously for 3 seconds or longer.
The display changes from “
4 When “
TEST RUN
SELECT ITEM”
“
SET"
“
TEST RUN
.”
” is displayed, press the SET button to begin the cooling test operation. The display shows “
TEST RUN.”
(b) Canceling the Cooling Test Operation
Pressing the ON/OFF button or the
The “
button ends the cooling test operation.
TEST RUN” display is cleared.
(4) Checking Operation Data
Operation data can be checked using the remote controller.
1 Press the CHECK button.
The display will change from “
SELECT ITEM”
“
SET"
01
DATA ITEM
Operation mode
02
Temperature setting
03
Intake temperature
04
Indoor heat exchanger temperature 1
display.
05
Indoor heat exchanger temperature 2
(When there is only one indoor unit connected, the indoor unit No. does not
07
Indoor fan speed
change.)
11
Indoor unit operation hours
21
Outside air temperature
22
Outdoor heat exchanger temperature 1
23
Outdoor heat exchanger temperature 2
24
Operation Hz
26
Low pressure
27
Discharge pipe temperature
28
Temperature beneath the dome
29
CT current
31
Outdoor fan speed
32
Silent mode enabled/disabled
33
63H2 ON/OFF
34
63H1 ON/OFF
35
Defrost ON/OFF
36
Compressor operation hours
37
Expansion valve opening 1
38
Expansion valve opening 2
“OPERATION DATA
Number
.”
2 When “OPERATION DATA
” is displayed, pres the SET button.
3 The display changes to “I/U No. 00
Using the
or
” (flashing).
button, select the number of the indoor unit you want to
4 Fix the No. by pressing the SET button.
(The indoor unit No. changes from flashing to lighted up continuously.)
The message “DATA LOADING” is displayed flashing while data are being
read.
“OPERATION DATA
” and data No. 01 are displayed.
5 Display the other data in order from the currently displayed operation data No.
01 by using the
or
button.
The items displayed are as shown at right.
Note (1) Depending on the model, items for which corresponding data do not exist are not displayed.
6 To change the indoor unit, press the AIR CON No. button and return to the
indoor unit selection display.
7 Press the ON/OFF button to end the data check.
If the RESET button is pressed during the setting operation, the screen returns to the previous setting screen.
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(5) Test run
(a) Test run method
1) A test run can be initiated from an outdoor unit by using SW9 (SW2) and SW5-4 for on-site setting.
2) Models FDCVA151~251
When SW9 (press button switch) is pressed for 1 second and then released, the compressor will start operation approximately 5 seconds later.
Models FDCA301~601
Press SW2 (push-button switch) for one second. The compressor will start when the button is released. The compressor
will stop when 30 minutes elaps.
3) The unit will start a cooling operation, when SW5-4 is OFF, or a heating operation, when SW5-4 is ON.
4) When a test run is completed, press SW9 (SW2) (push-button switch) again for one second and then release it.
Note (1) Items in ( ) show for the FDCA 301~601.
(b) Checking the state of the unit in operation
Check discharge pressure and suction pressure, using the check joint provided inside the outdoor unit and the gas charge
valve charge port. The check joint in the unit is provided on the pipe connecting the four-way valva and the heat exchanger,
and these points offer different pressure measurements depending on a cooling or heating operation as summarized in the
table below.
Check joint in the unit
Gas operation valve charge port
Cooling
Discharge pressure (high pressure)
Suction pressure (low pressure)
Heating
Suction pressure (low pressure)
Discharge pressure (high pressure)
(c) Setting SW5-1, SW5-2 on-site
1) Defrost conteol switching (SW5-1)
a) When this switch is turned on, the unit will run in the defrost mode more frequentiy.
b) Please set this switch to ON, when installed in a region where outdoor temperaure falls below zero during the season
the unit is run for a heating operation.
2) Snow guard fan control (SW5-2)
a) When this switch is turned on, the outdoor unit fan will run for 10 seconds in every 10 minutes, when outdoor temperature falls to 3˚C or lower and the compressor is not running.
b) When the unit is used in a very snowy country, please set this switch to ON.
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3. Check display on wireless specification models (FDTN · FDEN · FDKN)
(1) Indication board
(a) FDEN Series
Romote controller signal receiving part
Backup switch
TIMER
CHECK RUN
Operation display light (Green)
• Lights continously: Under air conditioner operaton
• Keeps flashing: Under heating preparation (At the time of heating operation)
• 3 time flash: Under reception of a remote controller signal
Timer/Check display light (Yellow)
• Lights continously: Under timer operation
• 0.5 second lighting,0.5 second stays OFF: At the time of abnormalities
• 2 second lighting, 1 second stays OFF: Filter sign
Check monitor
(Error code display E1~E60)
(b) FDKN Series
This figure shows the display on the 301 model. The shape of the display differs slightly on other models, but the functions
are the same.
Error code [
~]
Operation display light (Green)
The following two kinds are displayed.
• Lights contimously: Under air conditioner operation
• Keeps flashing: Under heating preparation
Flashes 3 times when a
signal is received from
the remote controller.
Timer/Check display (Yellow)
TIMER/CHECK
The following three kinds are displayed.
• Lights contimously:Under timer operation
• Long lighting (2 second lighting, 1 second stays OFF): Filter sign
(Clean the air filter when this display is output.)
• Short lighting (0.5 second lighting, 0.5 second stays OFF): At the time of the abnormalites air conditioner
RUN
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(c)
Wireless remote controller
Signal sender
OPERATION MODE indicator
Signals are sent to the air conditioner
from here.
Indicates selected operation mode
Filter reset indicator
Fan speed
The FILTER mark is indicated when the
FILTER RESET button is pressed.
Indicates the selected fan speed
Auto swing
Indicates the selection of swing louver.
Temperature indicator
AUTO COOL DRY FAN HEAT
FAN HI ME LO
°C
Timer ON time
Indicates the timer ON time.
When the timer mode is “CONT” or “OFF”,
the present time is indicated.
FILTER
ON AM
PM
OFF AM
PM
MODE
TEMP
Set temperature is indicated.
Timer OFF time
Indicated the timer OFF time.
When the timer mode is “CONT” or
“OFF”, there is no indication.
ON/OFF
OPERATION MODE select button
ON/OFF button
This button, whenever pressed, changes the
mode in the following order.
AUTO ➞ COOL ➞ DRY
HEAT FAN
When the button is pressed, the air conditioner
is started, and when the button is pressed once
again, it is stopped. (When the air conditioner
is stopped, the present time only is indicated.
When the air conditioner is operating, details
of setting are indicated.)
FAN SPEED
AIR FLOW
FILTER
➞
ROOM TEMP. button
TIMER
SET
FAN SPEED button
Every time when the button is pressed, the
mode is sequentially changed HI →LOW.
ACL
TIME
Room temperature is set within the
range of 18-30˚C by operating the ∆ ,
∇ or button.
Filter button
Used to reset (turn off) the filter sign.
(Press for more than 1 second.)
Press the button only after completing
the filter cleaning.
Air flow direction button
Used to start or stop the swing louver.
Timer mode button
TIME button
Every time when the button is pressed, the
mode is sequentially changed CONT → ON
→ OFF → PROGRAM.
Used to set the present time and the timer
operation time.
Set button
Reset switch
Used to reset the microcomputer when something is wrong on the remote controller display.
Used to switch from the hour to minute or vice
versa when setting the present time or timer
operation time.
• Above figure shows all indications for the
purpose of explanation, but practically
only the pertinent parts are indicated.
Clock switch
Press this before setting the present time.
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NOTICE
The installation of this equipment must
NATIONAL, STATE and LOCAL CODES.
comply
with
all
This Service Guide does not cover all installation circumstances
and is meant for guidance only and therefore will not form part
of any legally binding contract. An installation guide is provided
with the air conditioning equipment.
CE
These Air Conditioners comply with: EMC Directive 89/336/EEC
LV Directive 73/23/EEC
3D Air Sales Ltd
Sales & Marketing Office
840 Brighton Road,
Purley, Surrey, CR8 2BH
Telephone: 020 8668 1112
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3D Air Sales Ltd
Technical, Sales Admin., Spares, Warranty
Anglia House, Priors Way,
Coggeshall, Essex, CO6 1TL
Telephone: 01376 565 505
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