Mitsubishi Electric JT-SB216JSH-H-E Specifications

December 2012
HAND DRYER
HANDBOOK
Model:
JT-SB216JSH-W-E
JT-SB216JSH-H-E
JT-SB216JSH-S-E
JT-SB216KSN-W-E
Nameplate
Repair work must be performed by
the manufacturer, its service agent or
a similarly qualified person in order to
avoid hazards.
No. U180-A
Contents
1. Safety precautions .................................................................... 3-4
2. Features ....................................................................................... 4
3. Improved points ............................................................................ 5
4. Names and functions of components .......................................... 6
5. Specifications .............................................................................. 7
6. Outside dimensions ..................................................................... 7
7. Electrical wiring diagrams ......................................................... 8-9
8. Circuit board diagrams .......................................................... 10-12
9. Fundamentals of operation ................................................... 13-14
10. Troubleshooting ..................................................................... 15-18
11. How to call .................................................................................. 18
12. Service inspection list ................................................................. 18
13. Overhauling procedures ........................................................ 19-26
14. Parts catalog ......................................................................... 27-59
JT-SB216JSH-W-E ......................................................... 28-35
JT-SB216JSH-H-E .......................................................... 36-43
JT-SB216JSH-S-E .......................................................... 44-51
JT-SB216KSN-W-E......................................................... 52-59
1. Safety precautions
Be sure to read the following precautions thoroughly before the maintenance, and then inspect and repair the
product in a safe manner.
The types and levels of danger that may arise if the product is handled incorrectly are described with the warning
symbols shown below.
Warning
Incorrect handling of the product may
result in serious injury or death.
Electric shock
If you must inspect the circuitry while the power is
on, do not touch the live parts.
(Failure to heed this warning may result
in electric shock.)
Caution against
electric shock
Modification is prohibited
Do not modify the unit.
(Failure to heed this warning may result
in electric shock.)
(Failure to heed this warning may result
in electric shock, fire and/or injury.)
Prohibited
Proper electric work
• Use the electric wires designated for electric work,
and conduct electric work in accordance with the
"Electric Installation Engineering Standard", the
"Indoor Wiring Regulations" and the installation
instructions.
• Be sure to check whether the terminals and fixed
wiring are securely connected.
(Improper connection or wiring installation
may result in electric shock and/or fire.)
Be sure to follow
this instruction.
Caution
Be sure to follow
this instruction.
Use proper parts and tools
For repair, be sure to use the parts listed in the
service parts list of the applicable model and use the
proper tools.
(Failure to heed this warning may result in
electric shock, fire and/or injury.)
Be sure to follow
this instruction.
Check insulation
Upon completing repair work, always measure the
insulation resistance. Verify that it is at least 10 MΩ
(with a 500 V DC insulation resistance tester), and
then turn on the power.
(Inadequate insulation may result in
electric shock.)
Scratches and deterioration
Be sure to replace scratched and/or deteriorated
wiring and lead wires.
(Failure to heed this warning may result
in electric shock and/or fire.)
Turn off the power
Be sure to turn off the earth leakage breaker and
the power switch of the product's main unit prior
to starting repair work. (The charge voltage in the
circuitry remains for another 50 seconds or so,
even after the power is turned off and the LED is
unlit; therefore, wait for at least 50 seconds before
disassembling the product.)
Be sure to follow
this instruction.
Prohibited
Incorrect handling of the product may result in serious injury
or damage to properties including buildings and equipment.
Wear gloves
Always wear a pair of gloves during inspection or
repair work.
(Failure to heed this caution may result in
injury.)
Be sure to follow
this instruction.
─3─
Request for repair
● Before repairs, take the product off the wall.
● Inspect the earth condition, and repair it if it is incomplete. Make sure that an earth leakage breaker or an overload protection device is installed, if it is not installed, recommend the dealer to install one.
● Check whether the air filter, side cover, and the drain tank are installed securely in place.
● Do not leave a towel or other object in the hand-drying area.
● Never place any object on the main body nor cover it.
● Make sure that the product is not being used in any of the following locations:
• Outdoors
• Locations where the temperature could be lower than 0°C
• Locations where there is a lot of dust
• Locations where the temperature could be higher than 40ºC
• Locations where there is a lot of condensation
• Locations where salt damage could occur
• Vehicles (including ships and airplanes)
• Locations where corrosive, neutral, or reductive gases are present.
• Near food or tableware.
• Kitchens
• Locations where the appliance may come into direct contact with water. (Where there is a risk of water
splashing.)
• Locations where the appliance is in direct sunlight or strong light (It may cause sensor malfunction)
• Rooms that have a sterilization basin, swimming pools, bathrooms.
Make sure that the product operates properly upon completion of repair. Clean the product and the surrounding
area, and then notify the customer of the completion of repair.
2. Features
• Wide hand drying area: easy-to-use for people with big hands
• Child sensor: easy-to-use for children
• The wave nozzle has reduced operating sound by 1 dB.
• Cleanable drain ditch
• Joints of hand drying area has been reduced by half.
• Exteriors can be cleaned by wiping with alcohol.
• The square design matches various lavatories.
─4─
3. Improved points
Old model
Item
New model
Old model
New model
JT-SB216ESH-W-CE
JT-SB216JSH-W-E JT-SB216GSN-W-CE
JT-SB216ESH-DG-CE
JT-SB216JSH-H-E JT-SB216GSN-DG-CE JT-SB216KSN-W-E
JT-SB216ESH-W-E
JT-SB216GSN-W-E
(Without a heater)
JT-SB216JSH-S-E
(With a thermal storage heater) (With a simple heater) (Without a heater)
Appearance
Drying time (sec.)
Nozzle
Noise (dB)
Draining device
10 to 12
9 to 11
10 to 12
13 to 15
Hyper slit nozzle
Wave nozzle
Hyper slit nozzle
Wave nozzle
59
61
59
58
Drain hose
Cleanable drain ditch
Drain hose
Cleanable drain ditch
630
550
3.5
3.0 to 3.2
1010 to 1200
Rated power
(During heat accumulation by the heater)
consumption (W)
650
(Heater OFF)
4.6 to 5.0
(During heat accumulation by the heater)
Rated current (A)
4.0
(Heater OFF)
Weight (kg)
Stand
(Optional parts)
1240
(Heater ON)
720
(Heater OFF)
5.7 to 6.2
(Heater ON)
3.9 to 4.2
(Heater OFF)
14
11
12
11
JP-S15FS-H-E
JP-S21FS2-H-E
JP-S26FS-H-E
JP-S21FS2-H-E
─5─
4. Names and functions of components
*Shaded areas in the figure indicate antibacterial material.
Hand drying area
Black wall area
Blue light
Power control section
Switch door
Main unit
r
Powe
ON
OFF
Power switch
Sensor
The blue light does not have a
sterilizing effect.
Do not look directly into the blue light.
Drain tank
Side cover
Display
Air filter
Heater type
(JT-SB216JSH-W/H/S-E)
Heater-less type
(JT-SB216KSN-W-E)
Power
Power lamp
Heater
Heater lamp
Power
Power lamp
Check
Check lamp
<JT-SB216JSH-W/H/S-E>
Switches
Switch box cover
OFF
STANDARD
ON
HEATER
Mounting
HIGH AIR SPEED screws
Factory default settings
Settings
OFF / ON
HEATER
AIR SPEED STANDARD / HIGH
Note: JT-SB216KSN-W-E is not equipped with those switches.
─6─
5. Specifications
Model
Rated
voltage
(V)
JT-SB216JSH-W-E
JT-SB216JSH-H-E
220-240
JT-SB216JSH-S-E Single phase
Rated
Rated Power con- Air
Drain tank
Motor
Noise Weight
frequency Heater
current sumption speed
capacity
speed
(dB)
(kg)
(Hz)
(A)
(W)
(m/s)
(ℓ)
ON
50-60
JT-SB216KSN-W-E
OFF
―
High 5.7-6.2
1240
106
61
Standard 4.9-5.3
1070
98
58
High 3.9-4.2
720
106
61
Standard 3.0-3.2
550
98
58
550
98
58
―
3.0-3.2
11
0.8
• Air speed is calculated from the static pressure measured by the pitot tube (at the nozzle).
• Noise is the A range value measured in an anechoic room.
(Average as three points, 2 m from the front and both sides.)
• The heater is turned off automatically when ambient temperature is 30°C or more. (Applicable models: JTSB216JSH-W/H/S-E)
6. Outside dimensions
JT-SB216JSH-W-E, JT-SB216JSH-H-E, JT-SB216JSH-S-E, JT-SB216KSN-W-E
Unit: mm
─7─
7. Electrical wiring diagrams
JT-SB216JSH-W-E, JT-SB216JSH-H-E, JT-SB216JSH-S-E
─8─
JT-SB216KSN-W-E
─9─
8. Circuit board diagrams
Circuit board diagrams and check points
1 Power circuit board (JT-30P3H [JT-SB216JSH-W/H/S-E] /JT-30P3 [JT-SB216KSN-W-E])
Heater power supply (JT-30P3H: Between TAB3-TAB4)
Bus voltage (Being stopped): 310 V DC, 324 V DC, 338 V DC
JT-SB216JSH-W/H/S-E: 220 V AC, 230 V AC, 240 V AC
(With heater ON)
(JT-30P3H/JT-30P3: Between TAB5 and 0 V or between TAB6 and 0 V)
15 V
0V
Carrier frequency 15 kHz
(JT-30P3H/JT-30P3: CN2 1P)
(JT-30P3H/JT-30P3: CN2 3P)
(JT-30P3H/JT-30P3: IC1 8P)
5V
Reset input 5 V
(JT-30P3H/JT-30P3: CN2 2P)
(JT-30P3H/JT-30P3: IC1 18P)
Power supply voltage: 220 V AC, 230 V AC, 240 V AC
Clock frequency 12 MHz
(JT-30P3H/JT-30P3: Between TAB1-TAB2)
(JT-30P3H/JT-30P3: IC1 19P)
─ 10 ─
2 Filter circuit board (JT-30F3)
Power supply voltage: 220 V AC, 230 V AC, 240 V AC
(JT-30F3: Between TAB20-TAB21)
3 Control circuit board (JT-30M3 [JT-SB216JSH-W/H/S-E] /JT-30M2 [JT-SB216KSN-W-E])
Clock frequency 8 MHz
(JT-30M3/JT-30M2: IC20 14P)
Reset input 5 V
(JT-30M3/JT-30M2: IC20 11P)
5V
(JT-30M3/JT-30M2: CN18 1P)
15 V
(JT-30M3/JT-30M2: CN8 2P)
─ 11 ─
0V
(JT-30M3/JT-30M2: CN8 7P)
Circuit thermostat characteristics (JT-30M3/JT-30M2: IC20 5P)
Temperature
Resistance
IC20 5P Voltage
20°C
59.3 kΩ
3.44 V
30°C
37.6 kΩ
2.91 V
40°C
24.5 kΩ
2.38 V
4 Light receiving circuit board (JT-30S1) (Upper sensor)
5 Sensor circuit board (middle) (JT-30S2) (Middle sensor)
6 Sensor circuit board (lower) (JT-30S3) (Lower sensor)
7 Display circuit board (JT-30S5)
─ 12 ─
9. Fundamentals of operation
Descriptions of circuit operation
(1) Notes for turning the power switch “ON / OFF”
1 When the power switch is turned “ON”, the power lamp (LED1), the heater lamp (LED2) (JT-SB216JSH-W/
H/S only, with the heater switch ON), and blue illumination lamps (LED10, 11) turn on after 1.5 seconds(*1),
and the hand dryer becomes ready for operation.
• Before the power lamp turns on, the hand dryer will not operate even if hands are inserted in the hand drying area. In the meantime, the microcomputer (IC20) of the main unit performs the initial settings, including the setting of the hand detection sensor sensitivity.
• In order to set the sensitivity of the hand detection sensor correctly, do not insert hands in the hand drying
area until the power lamp is turned on.
• Even if the hand dryer has started immediately (within 15 seconds or less) after turning the power switch
“ON”, it is normal though the motor input may become slightly lower due to the initial setting.
*1: If the power switch is turned ON again 30 to 120 seconds after turning the power switch OFF, it may
take 3 seconds before the operation is enabled.
2 When the power switch is turned “OFF”, the power lamp and blue illumination lamps turn off and operation
stops.
• The circuitry takes about 50 seconds to discharge the voltage retained in it. Wait until the discharging time
elapses before plugging in or out the connectors, replacing the circuit boards, or doing other maintenance.
• Even when any error is occurred, the error display will go off if the power switch has been turned off. Only
when a microcomputer error is occurred, the error display persists till the voltage retained in the circuitry
has been discharged (till the microcomputer has been reset).
(2) Hand detection and operation
1 The hand detection sensors are infrared sensors containing the light emitting sensor (infrared LED) and
light receiving sensor (photo-diode), etc. and consist of the upper sensor, the middle sensors, and the lower
sensor.
2 Reflection type upper sensor:
This sensor detects the change in the reflected amount of infrared light when hands are inserted.
Transmission type middle and lower sensors:
These sensors detect that the infrared light is shielded when hands are inserted.
3 When the lower or middle sensors detect hands, the blower motor turns on and the hand dryer starts to
operate.
4 Once operation has started, it continues as long as any of the upper, middle, or lower sensors detects hands.
5 If 1.5 to 3 seconds elapse without detecting hands by any of the sensors, the blower motor turns off and
operation stops.
6 The hand dryer continuously operates for up to 30 seconds.
• Once 30 seconds have elapsed, the hand dryer stops operating even if hands are detected.
• Since this is a function to assume the presence of a foreign object, the operation will resume if hands are
pulled out and reinserted.
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(3) Control of the heater (Applicable models: JT-SB216JSH-W/H/S-E)
1 The heater turns ON simultaneously with the blower motor turns ON. (The heater lamp turns on.)
2 The heater does not turn ON in the following occasions:
• When the heater switch is turned “OFF”
• When the circuit thermostat detection temperature on the control circuit board (JT-30M3) is 32°C or higher
(4) Turning ON/OFF of the blue illumination lamps
(Applicable models: JT-SB216JSH-W/H/S-E)
1 While the power is ON and the motor is stopping, switching the air speed switch six times within 5 seconds
turns off the blue illumination lamps. (The switching can be started from either side of HIGH or STANDARD.)
2 Also when turning the illumination lamps on from off, perform the switching in the same way as described in 1.
─ 14 ─
10. Troubleshooting
Work precautions
• When servicing, be sure to recreate the malfunction two or three times before starting repairs.
• When servicing, always take care to keep proper footing.
• Before starting the service, always unplug the power cord from the outlet, or turn off the earth leakage
breaker when no power cord plug is provided. Sufficient care must be taken to avoid electric shock or injury.
• Make sure to connect the power supply wires correctly.
• When removing the circuit board, always hold it at both ends and remove carefully so as not to apply force
to the surface mounted parts.
• When removing the circuit board, be careful of the metal edges on the board.
• When removing or inserting the connectors for the circuit board, hold the entire housing section. Never pull
on the lead wires.
• When circuit board failure is considered to be a cause, check closely for any broken section on the copper
foil patterns, burning or discoloration of parts.
• After replacing a circuit board, make sure to restore the same settings as before the replacement.
Description of the error mode display
<JT-SB216JSH-W/H/S-E>
Power LED
: ON
: OFF
Heater LED
<JT-SB216KSN-W-E>
Power LED
Check LED
: Slow blinking (ON for 0.4 seconds/ OFF for 0.4 seconds)
: Fast blinking (ON for 0.1 second/ OFF for 0.1 second)
Troubles with error display
Error Mode Display
Power
Checkpoint
Power supply
Heater/Check
voltage
(Fuse is blown)
Check Method and Remedy
Check that the power switch is turned ON and that approx. 220 to
240 V AC is supplied at both ends of the power cord connections
on the terminal block.
■ If 220 to 240 V AC is not supplied, check the following points.
1 Check if the earth leakage breaker is turned ON.
2 Check if the power cord is connected securely to the terminal
block.
Power supply
Check that approx. 220 to 240 V AC is supplied between TAB1 and
voltage on the
TAB2 (orange) on the power circuit board (JT-30P3H/JT-30P3).
power circuit
board (JT-30P3H/
JT-30P3)
●If 220 to 240 V AC is not supplied, check the following points.
Power supply
Check that approx. 220 to 240 V AC is supplied to the following
voltage on the
points in the order of 1 and 2.
filter circuit board 1 Between TAB20 and TAB21 (red)
If approx. 220 to 240 V AC is not supplied, replace the power
(JT-30F3)
switch (assembly).
2 Between TAB22 and TAB23 (orange)
If approx. 220 to 240 V AC is not supplied, replace the filter
circuit board (JT-30F3).
●When 220 to 240 V AC is supplied, check the following points.
Connector disCheck if the connector CN19 on the display circuit board (JT-30S5)
connection for
or CN18 on the control circuit board (JT-30M3/JT-30M2) is disconthe display circuit nected.
board (JT-30S5)
─ 15 ─
Error Mode Display
Power
Checkpoint
Check Method and Remedy
Connector discon- Check if the connector CN2 on the power circuit board (JT-30P3H/
Heater/Check
nection between JT-30P3) or CN5 on the control circuit board (JT-30M3/JT-30M2) is
the circuit boards disconnected.
Malfunction of
If no error is found after checking the above, replace the control
the control circuit circuit board (JT-30M3/JT-30M2).
board (JT-30M3/
JT-30M2)
(Fuse is blown)
Malfunction of
If the hand dryer does not operate even after replacing the control
the power circuit circuit board (JT-30M3/JT-30M2), replace the power circuit board
board (JT-30P3H/ (JT-30P3H/JT-30P3).
JT-30P3)
Power
Heater/Check
or
(Tamper-proof timer)
Leftover object
Check for any objects left over and shielding the sensor in the hand
drying area.
Dirty sensor
window
Dirt may shield the sensors. Wipe the dirt off the sensor window.
Connector disCheck if the following connectors are disconnected.
connection for the 1 Sensor circuit board (lower) (JT-30S3) connector CN12
sensors
2 Sensor circuit board (middle) (JT-30S2) (2 locations) connectors
CN15
3 Light receiving circuit board (JT-30S1) connector CN11
4 Control circuit board (JT-30M3/JT-30M2) connectors CN7 and
CN8
Malfunction of
If no error is found after checking the above, replace the control
the control circuit circuit board (JT-30M3/JT-30M2).
board (JT-30M3/
JT-30M2)
Power
Heater/Check
(Overvoltage or undervoltage detection)
Power
Heater/Check
(Motor start error)
(Motor lock)
(Motor over-revolution)
Power
Heater/Check
(Motor overcurrent error)
(Current detection circuit
error)
Abnormal power
supply voltage
Malfunction of
the power circuit
board (JT-30P3H/
JT-30P3)
Check if correct power supply voltage is applied.
• The error will occur if the power supply voltage is approx. 359 V
AC or over, or approx. 127 V AC or under.
*Note: If 359 V AC or over is applied, a current fuse on the power
circuit board (JT-30P3H/JT-30P3) may blow.
If no error is found after checking the above, replace the power
circuit board (JT-30P3H/JT-30P3).
Motor malfunction Check if the motor is locked or turns smoothly by hand.
Malfunction of
If no error is found after checking the above, replace the power
the power circuit circuit board (JT-30P3H/JT-30P3).
board (JT-30P3H/
JT-30P3)
Blower (assembly) malfunction
If the error display persists after replacing the power circuit board
(JT-30P3H/JT-30P3), replace the blower (assembly).
Motor overload
Check for causes of motor overload. (Too much higher power supply voltage, any object disturbing the motor revolution, etc.)
Connector disCheck if the motor lead wire connectors (black, white, and red) are
connection for the disconnected.
motor
Blown thermal
Measure the resistance between Red - White and Red - Black of
fuse of the motor the motor lead wires. If it is ∞Ω, replace the blower (assembly).
Malfunction of
If no error is found after checking the above, or if the error display
the power circuit persists after replacing the blower (assembly), replace the power
board (JT-30P3H/ circuit board (JT-30P3H/JT-30P3).
JT-30P3)
─ 16 ─
Error Mode Display
Power
Heater/Check
(Motor signal error)
Power
Heater/Check
(Microcomputer error)
Checkpoint
Check Method and Remedy
Connector discon- Check if the connector CN5 on the control circuit board (JT-30M3/
nection
JT-30M2) or CN2 on the power circuit board (JT-30P3H/JT-30P3)
is disconnected.
Malfunction of
If no error is found after checking the above, replace the power
the power circuit circuit board (JT-30P3H/JT-30P3).
board (JT-30P3H/
JT-30P3)
Malfunction of
Replace the control circuit board (JT-30M3/JT-30M2).
the control circuit
board (JT-30M3/
JT-30M2)
Troubles without error display
Symptom
Warm air does not blow.
(JT-SB216JSH-W/H/S-E)
Cause
Heater switch
Check Method and Remedy
Check if the heater switch is turned ON.
(Heater lamp lights with the heater switch ON.)
Connector disCheck if the connectors TAB3 and TAB4 on the power circuit board
connection for the (JT-30P3H) are disconnected.
heater
Blown thermal
Measure the resistance between the connectors TAB3 and TAB4
fuse of the heater on the power circuit board (JT-30P3H).
At a heater temperature of 0°C or over: 100 Ω or under
If the fuse is blown, the resistance will be ∞ Ω.
In this case, replace the heater (PTC) and the power circuit board
(JT-30P3H).
Malfunction of
Check if approx. 220 to 240 V AC is output at both ends of the conthe power circuit nectors TAB3 and TAB4 on the power circuit board (JT-30P3H). If it
board (JT-30P3H) is not output, replace the power circuit board (JT-30P3H).
*Note: Approx. 220 to 240 V AC is output during operation, and it is
not output during standby.
Heater malfunction
The hand dryer operates
by itself.
The hand dryer does not
stop operation.
If no error is found after checking the above, replace the heater
(PTC).
Connector disCheck if the following connectors are disconnected.
connection for the 1 Sensor circuit board (lower) (JT-30S3) connector CN12
sensors
2 Sensor circuit board (middle) (JT-30S2) (2 locations) connectors
CN15
3 Light receiving circuit board (JT-30S1) connector CN11
4 Control circuit board (JT-30M3/JT-30M2) connectors CN7 and
CN8
Malfunction of
Visually check the sensor circuit boards for a defect such as a
the sensor circrack, corrosion, or a cold solder joint.
cuit boards (JTIf the error persists after replacing the control circuit board (JT30M3/JT-30M2) in the next procedure, replace the defective sensor
30S1/2/3)
circuit boards (JT-30S1/2/3).
Malfunction of
the control circuit
board (JT-30M3/
JT-30M2)
Air speed switch does not Connector disconnection
change the air volume.
(JT-SB216JSH-W/H/S-E) Malfunction of
If no error is found after checking the above, replace the control
circuit board (JT-30M3/JT-30M2).
Check if the connector CN21 on the control circuit board (JT-30M3)
or CN4 on the power circuit board (JT-30P3H) is disconnected.
If no error is found after checking the above, replace the power
the power circuit circuit board (JT-30P3H).
board (JT-30P3H)
─ 17 ─
Symptom
The hand dryer makes
abnormal noises.
Air blow is weak.
Cause
Check Method and Remedy
Sucking of foreign Check for any foreign matter sticking to the blower (assembly)
matter
vanes.
Clogged filter
Incorrect wiring
Check the filter for clogging with dust, etc.
Check if the motor lead wires of the blower (assembly) (red to
TAB7, white to TAB8, black to TAB9) are connected to incorrect
TABs on the power circuit board (JT-30P3H/JT-30P3).
(If they are connected incorrectly, the motor turns in the reverse
direction.)
Malfunction of
If no error is found after checking the above, replace the power
the power circuit circuit board (JT-30P3H/JT-30P3).
board (JT-30P3H/
JT-30P3)
11. How to call
Symptom
Air blow is too weak to dry hands
quickly.
Remedy
1 Check if the filter is clogged.
2 Isn’t the air speed switch set at the STANDARD position?
(Applicable models: JT-SB216JSH-W/H/S-E)
Water leaks from the product.
1 Check if the drain tank is filled up. (Empty the drain tank.)
*Note: Since the main unit may get flooded with water if the product
operates with the drain tank is full, drain water will flow over
when it is filled up beyond its capacity.
2 Is the drain tank installed properly?
Air does not blow immediately after
turning on the power switch and
inserting hands.
Initial setting takes 1.5 seconds after turning on the power switch.
Operation is disabled in the meantime.
Warm air does not blow.
(JT-SB216JSH-W/H/S-E)
Is the heater switch turned ON?
The product has an abnormal odor.
1 Check if the drain tank is filled up. (Empty the drain tank.)
2 Check the inside of the drain tank for any foreign matter. (Remove it.)
3 Is the inside of the side cover cleaned up?
12. Service inspection list
Location
Electric wiring
Operation
Inspection Item
Are lead wire connectors connected securely?
Is the wiring correct?
Does it operate properly?
Isn’t there any abnormal noise, vibration, etc?
Heater
Is warm air blown?
(JT-SB216JSH-W/H/S-E)
Do the lamps, the power lamp (LED1), the heater lamp (LED2)
Lamps
(JT-SB216JSH-W/H/S only, with the heater switch ON), and
blue illumination lamps (LED10, 11), turn on?
Wall installation
Isn’t there clearance between the product and the back wall?
─ 18 ─
Check Result
13. Overhauling procedures
Work precautions
• Before replacing parts, follow the instructions described in the troubleshooting.
• When servicing, always take care to keep proper footing.
• Before starting the service, always unplug the power cord from the outlet, or turn off the earth leakage
breaker when no power cord plug is provided. Sufficient care must be taken to avoid electric shock or injury.
• Make sure to connect the power supply wires correctly.
• After completing repairs, check that the unit operates properly.
Always wear gloves when servicing.
(1) Turn off the power supply.
1 Stop the operation.
2 Turn off the earth leakage breaker on the distribution board.
(2) Light receiving circuit board (JT-30S1)
Maintenance cover
1 Unscrew the clamping screws, and remove the maintenance cover.
(Two special screws 4 x 16, indicated by )
Assembly precaution
Insert the maintenance cover into the groove of the base. (Indicated
by )
2 Remove the sensor fix plate (upper).
Sensor fix plate (upper)
Assembly precautions
• Run the lead wires through the groove of the maintenance cover.
(Indicated by )
• Take care not to pinch the lead wires.
Maintenance cover
3 Remove the light receiving circuit board (JT-30S1).
─ 19 ─
Light receiving circuit board (JT-30S1)
(3) Control circuit board (JT-30M3/JT-30M2)
Front panel
1 Draw out the drain tank.
2 Unscrew the clamping screws, and remove the front panel.
(Two special screws 4×16, indicated by )
3 Unscrew the clamping screw, and remove the cover (micon).
(One special screw 4×16, indicated by )
cover (micon)
4 Disconnect the lead wires from the control circuit board (JT-30M3/
JT-30M2).
5 Unscrew the clamping screw, and remove the control circuit board
(JT-30M3/JT-30M2).
(One special screw 4×12, indicated by )
Assembly precaution
Take care not to pinch the lead wires.
Control circuit board
(JT-30M3/JT-30M2)
(4) Sensor circuit board (middle) (JT-30S2)
1 Remove the front panel. → See (3) 1 to 2.
2 Unscrew the clamping screws.
(Two PTT screws 4×16, indicated by )
3 Unscrew the clamping screws, and remove the sensor fix pieces
(middle).
(Two special screws 4×12, indicated by )
Assembly precaution
Take care not to pinch the lead wires.
Sensor fix piece (middle)
4 Remove the sensor circuit boards (middle) (JT-30S2). (Two locations)
Sensor fix piece (middle)
Assembly precautions
• Insert the sensor circuit board (middle) between the claws of the
sensor fix piece (middle).
• Take care not to pinch the lead wires.
• After installing the circuit board, make sure that the LED is upright.
─ 20 ─
Sensor circuit board (middle)
(JT-30S2)
(5) Power circuit board (JT-30P3H/JT-30P3)
1 Remove the front panel. → See (3) 1 to 2.
2 Unscrew the clamping screws, and remove the board cover (power).
(Two PTT screws 4×16, indicated by )
Board cover (power)
3 Disconnect the lead wires from the power circuit board (JT-30P3H/
JT-30P3), and remove the power circuit board.
Assembly precautions
• Take care not to pinch the lead wires.
• Connect the lead wires as printed on the power circuit board.
Power circuit board
(JT-30P3H/JT-30P3)
(6) Display circuit board (JT-30S5)
Display circuit board (JT-30S5)
1 Remove the board cover (power). → See (5) 1 to 2.
2 Remove the display circuit board (JT-30S5) from the spacer.
Assembly precaution
After installing the circuit board, make sure that all LEDs are upright.
Spacer
(7) Filter circuit board (JT-30F3)
1 Disconnect the lead wires for the filter circuit board (orange) (TAB1
and TAB2) from the power circuit board (JT-30P3H/JT-30P3).
→ See (5) 1 to 3.
2 Unscrew the side panel (left) clamping screw.
(One PTT screw 4×16, indicated by )
Filter circuit board lead wires (orange)
3 Disconnect the lead wires for the display circuit board (blue) (CN18)
from the control circuit board (JT-30M3/JT-30M2).
→ See (3) 3 to 4.
─ 21 ─
Display circuit board lead wires (blue)
4 Unscrew the clamping screw, and remove the terminal block cover.
(One PTT screw 4×16, indicated by )
Terminal block cover
5 Remove the side panel (left) in the direction of the arrow.
Panel (back)
Side panel (left)
Assembly precautions
• Fit the side panel (left) into the groove of the panel (back) and the
base. (Indicated by )
• Carry out wiring after screwing the side panel (left).
6 Unscrew the clamping screw, and remove the board cover (filter).
(One PTT screw 4×6, indicated by )
Board cover (filter)
7 Unscrew the clamping screw, and remove the terminal block fix plate
from the side panel (left).
(One PTT screw 4×16, indicated by )
Terminal block fix plate
8 Disconnect the lead wires from the filter circuit board (JT-30F3).
9 Remove the spacers (four locations, indicated by ), and then remove the filter circuit board (JT-30F3).
(Pinch the spacers from the back for easier removal.)
Side panel
(left)
─ 22 ─
Filter circuit board
(JT-30F3)
(8) Switch (assembly) (with a thermal fuse)
1 Remove the terminal block fix plate from the side panel (left).
→ See (7) 1 to 7.
2 Remove the power switch lead wires (brown and blue) from the terminal block. (Indicated by )
3 Unscrew the clamping screw, and remove the terminal block.
(One PTT screw 4×6, indicated by )
Assembly precautions
• Take care not to pinch the lead wires.
• Hook the claw of the terminal block fix holder to the terminal block
fix plate. (Indicated by )
4 Unscrew the clamping screw, and remove the switch fix piece and
the switch (assembly).
(One PPT screw 3×8, indicated by )
Terminal block
fix holder
Terminal block
Switch fix piece Switch (assembly)
Assembly precaution
Hook the claw of the switch fix piece to the terminal block fix plate.
(Indicated by )
Terminal block fix plate
For JT-SB216JSH-W/H/S-E
(9) Heater (PTC)
1 Remove the side panel (left). → See (7) 1 to 5.
2 Unscrew the side panel (right) clamping screw.
(One PTT screw 4×16, indicated by )
3 Remove the side panel (right) in the direction of the arrow.
Assembly precaution
Fit the side panel (right) into the groove of the panel (back) and the
base. (Indicated by )
Side panel (right)
Assembly precaution
Run the lead wires through the groove of the base. (Indicated by )
─ 23 ─
Panel (back)
4 Unscrew the clamping screws, and remove the exhaust duct.
(Eight PTT screws 4×16, indicated by )
Assembly precautions
• Replace the packing used in the disassembled section with a new
one.
• Take care not to twist the packing when installing it.
Exhaust duct
5 Unscrew the clamping screws, and remove the blower cover.
(Four PTT screws 4×16, indicated by )
Precaution
• Since the blower (assembly) may drop off the blower case, remove
the lead wires first, and then slowly remove the blower cover.
Assembly precautions
• Replace the packing used in the disassembled section with a new
one.
• Take care not to twist the packing when installing it.
• When replacing the heater, attach the included fixing piece to the
position, indicated by , with a screw (one PTT screw 4×16) to
prevent the blower from dropping off.
Blower cover
Blower (assembly)
6 Unscrew the clamping screws, and remove the heater (PTC).
(Two PTT screws 4×16, indicated by )
Assembly precaution
When installing the heater, set the heater as the lead wire comes
out from the right side.
Heater (PTC)
Assembly precautions
• Run the lead wires through the groove of the blower cover.
(Indicated by )
• Take care not to pinch the lead wires.
─ 24 ─
Lead wire
(10) Blower (assembly)
1 Remove the blower cover. → See (9) 1 to 5.
Set the blower horizontally.
Precaution
• Since the blower (assembly) may drop off the blower case, remove
the lead wires first, and then slowly remove the blower cover.
Assembly precautions
• When replacing the blower (assembly), attach the included fixing
piece to the position, indicated by , with a screw (one PTT screw
4×16).
• Set the blower (assembly) as the lead wire outlet comes to the
position indicated by .
• The part of the lead wires covered by the white code tube must
pass through the code bush. (Indicated by )
Blower (assembly)
2 Remove the blower (assembly).
3 Remove the ferrite core from the blower lead wires.
Ferrite core
(11) Sensor circuit board (lower) (JT-30S3)
1 Remove the blower (assembly). → See (10) 1 to 2.
2 Unscrew the clamping screws, and remove the blower case.
(Three PTT screws 4×16, indicated by )
Blower case
3 Unscrew the panel (front) and panel holder clamping screws, and
remove the panel holders (left and right).
(Five PTT screws 4×16, indicated by )
Panel (front)
Panel holder
(left)
─ 25 ─
Panel holder
(right)
4 Tilt the panel (front) in the direction of the arrow, and remove it.
5 Remove the sensor fix holder (lower).
Assembly precaution
Take care not to pinch the lead wires.
Sensor fix holder (lower)
6 Unhook the claw of the sensor fix holder (lower) (one location, indicated by ), and remove the sensor circuit board (lower) (JT-30S3).
Sensor circuit board (lower)
Sensor fix holder (lower)
(JT-30S3)
When reassembling
Reassemble the unit in the reverse order of disassembly.
After reassembly, always make a test run to be sure that the unit operates properly.
─ 26 ─
14. Parts catalog
Please note the following when using the parts catalog.
1. When ordering parts, always indicate the part number, part name, and the number of
parts required.
2. Parts are not always available, and it may take time for you to receive them.
3. There may be specification improvements.
4. Parts marked
are critical for safety. To maintain safety and performance, always
replace these parts with the parts prescribed.
5. The numbers that are circled in the exploded view are the same as the reference
number for the part being indicated.
Description of screw abbreviations
Screw
4
×
Screw diameter
16
Length
Abbreviation
Description
PC screw
Cross recess flat head machine screw
PRC screw
Cross recess oval head machine screw
PP screw
Cross recess pan head machine screw
SW · PP screw
Cross recess pan head screw with spring washer
PPT screw
Cross recess tapping screw
PCT screw
Cross recess flat head tapping screw
PTT screw
Cross recess truss head tapping screw
PT screw
Cross recess truss head machine screw
SET screw
Slotted head stop screw
SQ · SET screw
Square head stop screw
P · SET screw
Pan head stop screw
PMT screw
Primer truss head screw
HS · SET screw
Hexagon head stop screw
P · R · W screw
Cross recess round wood screw
P · C · W screw
Cross recess flat head wood screw
P · R · C · W screw
Cross recess round and flat wood screw
R · W screw
Slotted round wood screw
PW · PP screw
Cross recess pan head screw with small washer
SW-PW · PP screw
Cross recess pan head machine screw with spring washer and flat washer
─ 27 ─
JT-SB216JSH-W-E
4
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
16
14
16
16
16
16
15
13
16
12
11
10
16
9
21
18
19
20
─ 28 ─
JT-SB216JSH-W-E
16
17
Model
No.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
JT-SB216JSH-W-E
Parts No.
M45
Y45
Y45
Y45
D41
M45
M45
M45
Y45
M45
M45
M45
M45
Y45
M45
H00
M45
Y45
Y45
M45
Y45
684
622
622
622
233
684
632
684
622
684
684
684
684
622
665
163
684
623
623
632
623
817
807
806
805
018
805
047
802
802
824
825
803
832
801
806
007
804
809
800
045
358
Name of part
Side cover
Switch door
Side panel (left)
Base
Special screw 4×16
Hook (upper)
Special screw 4×16
Fix plate
Exhaust duct
Panel holder (left)
Panel holder (right)
Panel (front)
Side panel (right)
Panel (back)
Filter
PTT screw 4×16
Cover
Decoration plate
Front panel
Special screw 4×16
Wiring diagram
Q'ty
Critical Remarks
pcs/unit for safety
1
1
1
1
13
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
31
1
1
1
3
1
-29-
White
White
White
White
White
White
White
Price
31
32
33
44
34
35
36
37
38
42
16
43
48
47
53
47
48
49
56
55
50
57
51
58
52
5
41
54
16
16
59
56
61
48 48
48
62
65
64
63
58
59
56
─ 30 ─
JT-SB216JSH-W-E
40
46
47
60
20
39
45
Model
No.
31.
32.
33.
34.
35.
36.
37.
38.
39.
40.
41.
42.
43.
44.
45.
46.
47.
48.
49.
50.
51.
52.
53.
54.
55.
56.
57.
58.
59.
60.
61.
62.
63.
64.
65.
JT-SB216JSH-W-E
Parts No.
M45
H00
M45
Y45
M45
Y45
M45
M45
M35
Y45
M45
M45
M45
M45
M45
M45
H00
M45
M45
H00
K81
Y45
H00
H00
M45
M34
Y45
M45
M45
M45
M45
Y45
M45
Y45
Y45
679
003
684
622
684
622
640
684
717
622
684
606
684
684
684
684
312
649
684
141
432
622
011
013
684
869
623
684
684
684
684
622
684
622
623
228
005
820
220
823
804
226
821
095
173
822
095
176
172
831
828
007
226
826
005
236
808
008
076
834
018
172
173
829
174
830
803
827
180
171
Name of part
Q'ty
Critical Remarks
pcs/unit for safety
Switch cover
PPT screw 3×8
Switch fix piece
Switch (assy)
Insulation sheet
Terminal block fix plate
Cord bush
Insulation sheet
Spacer
Circuit board
Board cover (filter)
Spacer
Circuit board
Circuit board
Sensor fix plate (upper)
Maintenance cover
PTT screw 4×6
Cord bush
Terminal block cover
PPT screw 4×20
Terminal block
Terminal block fix holder
PT screw 4×8 (BS)
Lock washer (4)
Cover (micon)
Special screw 4×12
Circuit board
Circuit board (middle)
Sensor fix piece (middle)
Circuit board (lower)
Sensor fix holder (lower)
Reactor (assy)
Board cover (power)
Ferrite core
Circuit board
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
3
5
1
2
1
1
2
2
1
3
1
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
-31-
With a fuse
JT-30F3
JT-30S5
JT-30S1
3P ML-20
JT-30M3
JT-30S2
JT-30S3
JT-30P3H
Price
16
16
77
78
76
75
74
73
72
16
71
─ 32 ─
JT-SB216JSH-W-E
79
Model
No.
71.
72.
73.
74.
75.
76.
77.
78.
79.
JT-SB216JSH-W-E
Parts No.
M45
M45
Y45
M45
Y45
M45
M45
M45
M45
684
673
622
664
623
684
684
684
684
811
227
400
227
801
833
225
814
813
Name of part
Blower cover
Blower stopper
Blower (assy)
Floating rubber
Heater (PTC)
Blower case
Cord bush
Tank cover
Drain tank
Q'ty
Critical Remarks
pcs/unit for safety
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
-33-
With a fuse
Price
91
92
93
95
94
96
97
98
99
16
1 piece
shows accessory parts.
─ 34 ─
JT-SB216JSH-W-E
Model
No.
91.
92.
93.
94.
95.
96.
97.
98.
99.
JT-SB216JSH-W-E
Parts No.
M45
M45
Y45
M45
Y45
M45
D40
M45
Y45
684
684
622
684
623
636
134
693
622
221
220
219
223
219
018
227
017
179
Name of part
Lead wire
Lead wire
Lead wire
Lead wire
Lead wire
Special screw 5×30
Cord clip
Special screw 4×12
Ferrite core
Q'ty
Critical Remarks
pcs/unit for safety
1
1
1
1
1
6
1
1
1
-35-
CN8-CN11
CN7-CN12,15
With a ferrite core
CN18-CN19
CN2-CN5
Price
JT-SB216JSH-H-E
4
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
16
14
16
16
16
16
15
13
16
12
11
10
16
9
21
18
19
20
─ 36 ─
JT-SB216JSH-H-E
16
17
Model
No.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
JT-SB216JSH-H-E
Parts No.
M45
Y45
Y45
Y45
D41
M45
M45
M45
Y45
M45
M45
M45
M45
Y45
M45
H00
M45
Y45
Y45
M45
Y45
684
623
623
622
233
684
632
684
622
684
684
684
684
623
665
163
684
623
623
632
623
841
807
806
805
018
805
047
802
802
824
825
838
843
803
806
007
804
809
802
045
358
Name of part
Side cover
Switch door
Side panel (left)
Base
Special screw 4×16
Hook (upper)
Special screw 4×16
Fix plate
Exhaust duct
Panel holder (left)
Panel holder (right)
Panel (front)
Side panel (right)
Panel (back)
Filter
PTT screw 4×16
Cover
Decoration plate
Front panel
Special screw 4×16
Wiring diagram
Q'ty
Critical Remarks
pcs/unit for safety
1
1
1
1
13
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
31
1
1
1
3
1
-37-
Gray
Gray
Gray
Gray
Gray
Gray
Gray
Price
31
32
33
44
34
35
36
37
38
42
16
43
48
47
53
47
48
49
56
55
50
57
51
58
52
5
41
54
16
16
59
56
61
48 48
48
62
65
64
63
58
59
56
─ 38 ─
JT-SB216JSH-H-E
40
46
47
60
20
39
45
Model
No.
31.
32.
33.
34.
35.
36.
37.
38.
39.
40.
41.
42.
43.
44.
45.
46.
47.
48.
49.
50.
51.
52.
53.
54.
55.
56.
57.
58.
59.
60.
61.
62.
63.
64.
65.
JT-SB216JSH-H-E
Parts No.
M45
H00
M45
Y45
M45
Y45
M45
M45
M35
Y45
M45
M45
M45
M45
M45
M45
H00
M45
M45
H00
K81
Y45
H00
H00
M45
M34
Y45
M45
M45
M45
M45
Y45
M45
Y45
Y45
679
003
684
622
684
622
640
684
717
622
684
606
684
684
684
684
312
649
684
141
432
622
011
013
684
869
623
684
684
684
684
622
684
622
623
228
005
820
220
823
804
226
821
095
173
822
095
176
172
831
828
007
226
826
005
236
808
008
076
834
018
172
173
829
174
830
803
827
180
171
Name of part
Q'ty
Critical Remarks
pcs/unit for safety
Switch cover
PPT screw 3×8
Switch fix piece
Switch (assy)
Insulation sheet
Terminal block fix plate
Cord bush
Insulation sheet
Spacer
Circuit board
Board cover (filter)
Spacer
Circuit board
Circuit board
Sensor fix plate (upper)
Maintenance cover
PTT screw 4×6
Cord bush
Terminal block cover
PPT screw 4×20
Terminal block
Terminal block fix holder
PT screw 4×8 (BS)
Lock washer (4)
Cover (micon)
Special screw 4×12
Circuit board
Circuit board (middle)
Sensor fix piece (middle)
Circuit board (lower)
Sensor fix holder (lower)
Reactor (assy)
Board cover (power)
Ferrite core
Circuit board
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
3
5
1
2
1
1
2
2
1
3
1
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
-39-
With a fuse
JT-30F3
JT-30S5
JT-30S1
3P ML-20
JT-30M3
JT-30S2
JT-30S3
JT-30P3H
Price
16
16
77
78
76
75
74
73
72
16
71
─ 40 ─
JT-SB216JSH-H-E
79
Model
No.
71.
72.
73.
74.
75.
76.
77.
78.
79.
JT-SB216JSH-H-E
Parts No.
M45
M45
Y45
M45
Y45
M45
M45
M45
M45
684
673
622
664
623
684
684
684
684
811
227
400
227
801
833
225
814
839
Name of part
Blower cover
Blower stopper
Blower (assy)
Floating rubber
Heater (PTC)
Blower case
Cord bush
Tank cover
Drain tank
Q'ty
Critical Remarks
pcs/unit for safety
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
-41-
With a fuse
Price
91
92
93
95
94
96
97
98
99
16
1 piece
shows accessory parts.
─ 42 ─
JT-SB216JSH-H-E
Model
No.
91.
92.
93.
94.
95.
96.
97.
98.
99.
JT-SB216JSH-H-E
Parts No.
M45
M45
Y45
M45
Y45
M45
D40
M45
Y45
684
684
622
684
623
636
134
693
622
221
220
219
223
219
018
227
017
179
Name of part
Lead wire
Lead wire
Lead wire
Lead wire
Lead wire
Special screw 5×30
Cord clip
Special screw 4×12
Ferrite core
Q'ty
Critical Remarks
pcs/unit for safety
1
1
1
1
1
6
1
1
1
-43-
CN8-CN11
CN7-CN12,15
With a ferrite core
CN18-CN19
CN2-CN5
Price
JT-SB216JSH-S-E
4
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
16
14
16
16
16
16
15
13
16
12
11
10
16
9
21
18
19
20
─ 44 ─
JT-SB216JSH-S-E
16
17
Model
No.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
JT-SB216JSH-S-E
Parts No.
M45
Y45
Y45
Y45
D41
M45
M45
M45
Y45
M45
M45
M45
M45
Y45
M45
H00
M45
Y45
Y45
M45
Y45
684
623
623
622
233
684
632
684
622
684
684
684
684
623
665
163
684
623
623
632
623
841
807
806
805
018
805
047
802
802
824
825
838
843
803
806
007
804
809
804
045
358
Name of part
Side cover
Switch door
Side panel (left)
Base
Special screw 4×16
Hook (upper)
Special screw 4×16
Fix plate
Exhaust duct
Panel holder (left)
Panel holder (right)
Panel (front)
Side panel (right)
Panel (back)
Filter
PTT screw 4×16
Cover
Decoration plate
Front panel
Special screw 4×16
Wiring diagram
Q'ty
Critical Remarks
pcs/unit for safety
1
1
1
1
13
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
31
1
1
1
3
1
-45-
Gray
Gray
Gray
Gray
Gray
Gray
Metallic
Price
31
32
33
44
34
35
36
37
38
42
16
43
48
47
53
47
48
49
56
55
50
57
51
58
52
5
41
54
16
16
59
56
61
48 48
48
62
65
64
63
58
59
56
─ 46 ─
JT-SB216JSH-S-E
40
46
47
60
20
39
45
Model
No.
31.
32.
33.
34.
35.
36.
37.
38.
39.
40.
41.
42.
43.
44.
45.
46.
47.
48.
49.
50.
51.
52.
53.
54.
55.
56.
57.
58.
59.
60.
61.
62.
63.
64.
65.
JT-SB216JSH-S-E
Parts No.
M45
H00
M45
Y45
M45
Y45
M45
M45
M35
Y45
M45
M45
M45
M45
M45
M45
H00
M45
M45
H00
K81
Y45
H00
H00
M45
M34
Y45
M45
M45
M45
M45
Y45
M45
Y45
Y45
679
003
684
622
684
622
640
684
717
622
684
606
684
684
684
684
312
649
684
141
432
622
011
013
684
869
623
684
684
684
684
622
684
622
623
228
005
820
220
823
804
226
821
095
173
822
095
176
172
831
828
007
226
826
005
236
808
008
076
834
018
172
173
829
174
830
803
827
180
171
Name of part
Q'ty
Critical Remarks
pcs/unit for safety
Switch cover
PPT screw 3×8
Switch fix piece
Switch (assy)
Insulation sheet
Terminal block fix plate
Cord bush
Insulation sheet
Spacer
Circuit board
Board cover (filter)
Spacer
Circuit board
Circuit board
Sensor fix plate (upper)
Maintenance cover
PTT screw 4×6
Cord bush
Terminal block cover
PPT screw 4×20
Terminal block
Terminal block fix holder
PT screw 4×8 (BS)
Lock washer (4)
Cover (micon)
Special screw 4×12
Circuit board
Circuit board (middle)
Sensor fix piece (middle)
Circuit board (lower)
Sensor fix holder (lower)
Reactor (assy)
Board cover (power)
Ferrite core
Circuit board
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
3
5
1
2
1
1
2
2
1
3
1
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
-47-
With a fuse
JT-30F3
JT-30S5
JT-30S1
3P ML-20
JT-30M3
JT-30S2
JT-30S3
JT-30P3H
Price
16
16
77
78
76
75
74
73
72
16
71
─ 48 ─
JT-SB216JSH-S-E
79
Model
No.
71.
72.
73.
74.
75.
76.
77.
78.
79.
JT-SB216JSH-S-E
Parts No.
M45
M45
Y45
M45
Y45
M45
M45
M45
M45
684
673
622
664
623
684
684
684
684
811
227
400
227
801
833
225
814
839
Name of part
Blower cover
Blower stopper
Blower (assy)
Floating rubber
Heater (PTC)
Blower case
Cord bush
Tank cover
Drain tank
Q'ty
Critical Remarks
pcs/unit for safety
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
-49-
With a fuse
Price
91
92
93
95
94
96
97
98
99
16
1 piece
shows accessory parts.
─ 50 ─
JT-SB216JSH-S-E
Model
No.
91.
92.
93.
94.
95.
96.
97.
98.
99.
JT-SB216JSH-S-E
Parts No.
M45
M45
Y45
M45
Y45
M45
D40
M45
Y45
684
684
622
684
623
636
134
693
622
221
220
219
223
219
018
227
017
179
Name of part
Lead wire
Lead wire
Lead wire
Lead wire
Lead wire
Special screw 5×30
Cord clip
Special screw 4×12
Ferrite core
Q'ty
Critical Remarks
pcs/unit for safety
1
1
1
1
1
6
1
1
1
-51-
CN8-CN11
CN7-CN12,15
With a ferrite core
CN18-CN19
CN2-CN5
Price
JT-SB216KSN-W-E
4
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
16
14
16
16
16
16
15
13
16
12
11
10
16
9
21
18
19
20
─ 52 ─
JT-SB216KSN-W-E
16
17
Model
No.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
JT-SB216KSN-W-E
Parts No.
M45
Y45
Y45
Y45
D41
M45
M45
M45
Y45
M45
M45
M45
M45
Y45
M45
H00
M45
Y45
Y45
M45
Y45
684
622
622
622
233
684
632
684
622
684
684
684
684
622
665
163
684
622
622
632
622
817
807
806
805
018
805
047
802
802
824
825
803
832
801
806
007
804
809
800
045
358
Name of part
Side cover
Switch door
Side panel (left)
Base
Special screw 4×16
Hook (upper)
Special screw 4×16
Fix plate
Exhaust duct
Panel holder (left)
Panel holder (right)
Panel (front)
Side panel (right)
Panel (back)
Filter
PTT screw 4×16
Cover
Decoration plate
Front panel
Special screw 4×16
Wiring diagram
Q'ty
Critical Remarks
pcs/unit for safety
1
1
1
1
13
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
29
1
1
1
3
1
-53-
White
White
White
White
White
White
White
Price
31
32
33
44
34
35
36
37
38
42
16
43
48
47
53
47
48
49
56
55
50
57
51
58
52
5
41
54
16
16
59
56
61
48 48
48
62
65
64
63
58
59
56
─ 54 ─
JT-SB216KSN-W-E
40
46
47
60
20
39
45
Model
No.
31.
32.
33.
34.
35.
36.
37.
38.
39.
40.
41.
42.
43.
44.
45.
46.
47.
48.
49.
50.
51.
52.
53.
54.
55.
56.
57.
58.
59.
60.
61.
62.
63.
64.
65.
JT-SB216KSN-W-E
Parts No.
M45
H00
M45
Y45
M45
Y45
M45
M45
M35
Y45
M45
M45
M45
M45
M45
M45
H00
M45
M45
H00
K81
Y45
H00
H00
M45
M34
Y45
M45
M45
M45
M45
Y45
M45
Y45
Y45
679
003
684
622
684
622
640
684
717
622
684
606
684
684
684
684
312
649
684
141
432
622
011
013
684
869
622
684
684
684
684
622
684
622
622
228
005
820
220
823
804
226
821
095
173
822
095
176
172
831
828
007
226
826
005
236
808
008
076
834
018
172
173
829
174
830
803
827
180
171
Name of part
Q'ty
Critical Remarks
pcs/unit for safety
Switch cover
PPT screw 3×8
Switch fix piece
Switch (assy)
Insulation sheet
Terminal block fix plate
Cord bush
Insulation sheet
Spacer
Circuit board
Board cover (filter)
Spacer
Circuit board
Circuit board
Sensor fix plate (upper)
Maintenance cover
PTT screw 4×6
Cord bush
Terminal block cover
PPT screw 4×20
Terminal block
Terminal block fix holder
PT screw 4×8 (BS)
Lock washer (4)
Cover (micon)
Special screw 4×12
Circuit board
Circuit board (middle)
Sensor fix piece (middle)
Circuit board (lower)
Sensor fix holder (lower)
Reactor (assy)
Board cover (power)
Ferrite core
Circuit board
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
3
5
1
2
1
1
2
2
1
3
1
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
-55-
With a fuse
JT-30F3
JT-30S5
JT-30S1
3P ML-20
JT-30M2
JT-30S2
JT-30S3
JT-30P3
Price
16
76
77
75
74
73
72
16
71
─ 56 ─
JT-SB216KSN-W-E
78
Model
No.
71.
72.
73.
74.
75.
76.
77.
78.
JT-SB216KSN-W-E
Parts No.
M45
M45
Y45
M45
M45
M45
M45
M45
684
673
622
664
684
684
684
684
811
227
400
227
833
225
814
813
Name of part
Blower cover
Blower stopper
Blower (assy)
Floating rubber
Blower case
Cord bush
Tank cover
Drain tank
Q'ty
Critical Remarks
pcs/unit for safety
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
-57-
Price
91
92
93
95
94
96
97
98
99
16
1 piece
shows accessory parts.
─ 58 ─
JT-SB216KSN-W-E
Model
No.
91.
92.
93.
94.
95.
96.
97.
98.
99.
JT-SB216KSN-W-E
Parts No.
M45
M45
Y45
M45
M45
M45
D40
M45
Y45
684
684
622
684
684
636
134
693
622
221
220
219
223
219
018
227
017
179
Name of part
Lead wire
Lead wire
Lead wire
Lead wire
Lead wire
Special screw 5×30
Cord clip
Special screw 4×12
Ferrite core
Q'ty
Critical Remarks
pcs/unit for safety
1
1
1
1
1
6
1
1
1
-59-
CN8-CN11
CN7-CN12,15
With a ferrite core
CN18-CN19
CN2-CN5
Price