AYAP7FHR
SERVICE MANUAL
S8525AYAP7FHRT
SPLIT SYSTEM
ROOM AIR CONDITIONER
MODELS
INDOOR UNIT
OUTDOOR UNIT
AY-AP7FHR AE-A7FHR
AY-AP9FHR AE-A9FHR
In the interests of user-safety (Required by safety regulations in some countries) the
set should be restored to its original condition and only parts identical to those specified
should be used.
CONTENTS
CHAPTER 1. PRODUCT SPECIFICATION
[1] SPECIFICATION............................................ 1-1
[2] EXTERNAL DIMENSION............................... 1-3
[3] WIRING DIAGRAM ........................................ 1-4
[4] ELECTRICAL PARTS .................................... 1-5
CHAPTER 2. ELECTRIC CIRCUIT
[1] MICRO-COMPUTER CONTROL SYSTEM
........ 2-1
CHAPTER 3. FUNCTIONS
[1] FUNCTION..................................................... 3-1
[2] TEST MODE .................................................. 3-5
[3] DIAGNOSIS PROCEDURE ........................... 3-6
CHAPTER 4. TROUBLESHOOTING
[1] TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE OF CONTROL CIRCUIT .............................................4-1
CHAPTER 5. REFRIGERATION CYCLE AND PERFORMANCE CURVES
[1] REFRIGERATION CYCLE ............................5-1
[2] PERFORMANCE CURVES...........................5-2
CHAPTER 6. DISASSEMBLING PROCEDURE
[1] INDOOR UNIT...............................................6-1
[2] OUTDOOR UNIT...........................................6-5
REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST
Parts marked with "
" are important for maintaining the safety of the set. Be sure to replace these parts with specified ones for
maintaining the safety and performance of the set.
SHARP CORPORATION
This document has been published to be used
for after sales service only.
The contents are subject to change without notice.
AYAP7FHR
CHAPTER 1. PRODUCT SPECIFICATION Service
AYAP7FHR
[1] SPECIFICATION
1. AY-AP7FHR—AE-A7FHR
ITEMS
kW
Cooling capacity ✩
Heat pump
kW
Heating capacity
Liters/h
Moisture removal ✩
Electrical data
Phase
Rated frequency
Hz
Rated voltage range
V
Rated voltage
V
Cool
A
Rated current ✩
Heat
A
Cool
W
Rated input ✩
Heat
W
Cool
%
Power factor ✩
Heat
%
Compressor
Type
Model
Oil charge
Refrigerant system
Evaporator
Condenser
Control
Refrigerant volume
De-Ice system
Noise level
High
dB(A)
Low
dB(A)
Soft
dB(A)
Fan system
Drive
Air flow quantity
High
m3/min.
Low
m3/min.
Soft
m3/min.
Fan
Connections
Refrigerant coupling
Refrigerant tube size Gas, Liquid
Drain piping
mm
Others
Safety device
Air filters
Net dimensions
Net weight
Width
Height
Depth
mm
mm
mm
kg
INDOOR UNIT
AY-AP7FHR
2.05
2.4
OUTDOOR UNIT
AE-A7FHR
0.7
Single
50
198 to 264
220 - 240
3.0 - 2.8
3.1 - 2.9
635 - 635
660 - 660
96 - 94
97 - 95
Hermetically sealed rotary type
5RS084DAA01
300cc (RB68A or Freolalpha68M)
Louver fin and Grooved tube type
Corrugate fin and Grooved tube type
Capillary tube
670g
Micro computercontroled reverse system
37
44
33
–
28
–
Direct drive
7.3
6.6
3.5
Cross flow fan
28
–
–
Propeller fan
Flare type
3/8", 1/4"
O.D φ18
Compressor : Overload protector
Fan motor : Thermal Protector
Fuse, Micro computer control
Polypropylene net (Washable)
810
730
270
540
184
250
9
28
NOTE: The conditions of star(✩) marked items sre ‘ISO151’ : 1994(E), condition T1.
1–1
Manual
AYAP7FHR
2. AY-AP9FHR—AE-A9FHR
ITEMS
kW
Cooling capacity ✩
Heat pump
kW
Heating capacity
Liters/h
Moisture removal ✩
Electrical data
Phase
Rated frequency
Hz
Rated voltage range
V
Rated voltage
V
Cool
A
Rated current ✩
Heat
A
Cool
W
Rated input ✩
Heat
W
Cool
%
Power factor ✩
Heat
%
Compressor
Type
Model
Oil charge
Refrigerant system
Evaporator
Condenser
Control
Refrigerant volume
De-Ice system
Noise level
High
dB(A)
Low
dB(A)
Soft
dB(A)
Fan system
Drive
Air flow quantity
High
m3/min.
Low
m3/min.
Soft
m3/min.
Fan
Connections
Refrigerant coupling
Refrigerant tube size Gas, Liquid
Drain piping
mm
Others
Safety device
Air filters
Net dimensions
Net weight
Width
Height
Depth
mm
mm
mm
kg
INDOOR UNIT
AY-AP9FHR
2.64
3.1
OUTDOOR UNIT
AE-A9FHR
0.8
Single
50
198 to 264
220 - 240
3.8 - 3.5
4.0 - 3.6
820 - 820
855 - 855
98 - 98
97 - 99
Hermetically sealed rotary type
44A233AJ-FEKD
320cc (NMOCZe-Gles RB68EP)
Louver fin and Grooved tube type
Corrugate fin and Grooved tube type
Capillary tube
880g
Micro computercontroled reverse system
38
45
34
–
28
–
Direct drive
7.8
7.1
3.5
Cross flow fan
28
–
–
Propeller fan
Flare type
3/8", 1/4"
O.D φ18
Compressor : Overload protector
Fan motor : Thermal Protector
Fuse, Micro computer control
Polypropylene net (Washable)
810
730
270
540
184
250
9
32
NOTE: The conditions of star(✩) marked items sre ‘ISO151’ : 1994(E), condition T1.
1–2
AYAP7FHR
[2] EXTERNAL DIMENSION
1. Indoor unit
184
270
810
2. Outdoor unit
515
135
299
324
72
12
14
250
81
136
540
5
58
730
4.
•
37.5
165
167.5
1–3
AYAP7FHR
[3] WIRING DIAGRAM
1. Indoor unit
L
B
C
D
E
N
C053
2. Outdoor unit
2.1. AE-A7FHR
VALVE
COIL
BOX
20μ F 400V
ORANGE
PURPLE
C055
1–4
AYAP7FHR
2.2. AE-A9FHR
VALVE
COIL
BOX
40μ F 400V
ORANGE
PURPLE
C074
[4] ELECTRICAL PARTS
1. AY-AP7FHR, AE-A7FHR
DESCRIPTION
Compressor
Indoor fan motor
Outdoor fan motor
Indoor fan motor capacitor
Outdoor fan motor capacitor
Running capacitor
Transformer
Fuse
Reverse valve
Reverse valve coil
MODEL
5RS084DAA01
SFS-230-22-4A
YDK21-6S-2
—
—
—
—
—
—
SHF-4H-23U
—
REMARKS
220 - 240V, 50Hz, 600W
220 - 240V, 50Hz
220 - 240V,50Hz
400V, 1.5μF
400V, 1.5μF
400V, 20μF
Primary ; AC 220V, 50Hz
Secondary ; AC17.0V, 50Hz
250V, 2.5A
—
220 - 240V, 50/60Hz
SITE
OUTDOOR
INDOOR
OUTDOOR
INDOOR
OUTDOOR
OUTDOOR
INDOOR
REMARKS
220 - 240V, 50Hz, 930W
220 - 240V, 50Hz
220 - 240V,50Hz
400V, 1.5μF
400V, 1.5μF
400V, 40μF
Primary ; AC 220V, 50Hz
Secondary ; AC17.0V, 50Hz
250V, 2.5A
—
220 - 240V, 50/60Hz
SITE
OUTDOOR
INDOOR
OUTDOOR
INDOOR
OUTDOOR
OUTDOOR
INDOOR
INDOOR
OUTDOOR
OUTDOOR
2. AY-AP9FHR, AE-A9FHR
DESCRIPTION
Compressor
Indoor fan motor
Outdoor fan motor
Indoor fan motor capacitor
Outdoor fan motor capacitor
Running capacitor
Transformer
Fuse
Reverse valve
Reverse valve coil
MODEL
44A233A
SFS-230-22-4A
YDK21-6S-2
—
—
—
—
—
—
SHF-4H-23U
—
1–5
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OUTDOOR
OUTDOOR
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Service Manual
[1] MICRO-COMPUTER CONTROL SYSTEM
1. Electronic Control Diagram
AYAP7FHR
2. Printed Wiring Diagram
2–2
AYAP7FHR
Service Manual
AYAP7FHR
CHAPTER 3. FUNCTIONS
[1] FUNCTION
2. OPERATION MODES
1.1. COOL operation
2.1. COOL operation
In the "COOL" mode, the thermostat circuit is controlled by four thermostat lines (C1 thru C5).
The compressor turns on or off, at the thermostat lines C3 and C4. The
outdoor fan motor is also controlled with the compressor.
34.5
C1
33.5
33.0
32.5
C2
C3
C4
31.5
C5
States 1 & 3 : Compressor ON
State 2 : Compressor OFF
C4
Room temperature
Room temperature (°C)
1. TEMPERATURE CONTROL CHARACTERISTIC
20.5
19.5
19.0
18.5
C5
3
1
Room
temperature
transition
2
17.5
18
32
Preset temperature (°C)
Preset temperature
1.2. DRY operation
2.2. DRY operation
In the "DRY" mode, the thermostat circuit is controlled by three thermostat lines (D1 thru D3).
On the switch on, the compressor always starts to operate for 2 minutes with fan speed "DL".
Room temperature(°C)
The microcomputer reads the room temperature 2 minutes after this
first compressor operation.
33.5
D1
32.5
D2
31.5
D3
This room temperature is set as the preset temperature automatically.The preset temperature ranges from 18digC to 32°C. When the
room temperature is below 18°C, the preset temperature is set to
18°C, and when the room temperature is over 32°C, the preset temperature is set to 32°C.
Dry operation is divided into three zones (Cooling zone, Dehumidifying
zone and Circulating zone) by thermostat lines (D1 to D3), and the
compressor and the fan motor are controlled in each zone as shown in
Table.
19.5
18.5
17.5
States 1 & 5 : Cooling zone
States 2 & 4 : Dehumidifying zone
States 3 : Circulating zone
32
18
Preset temperature (°C)
D1
Room temperature
1.3. HEAT operation
Room temperature(°C)
In the "HEAT" mode, the thermostat circuit is controlled by six thermostat lines (H01 thru H4).
37.0
36.0
35.0
34.0
32.5
31.5
H01
H02
H1
H2
H3
H4
D2
5
D3
1
4
2
3
Room
temperature
transition
Preset temperature
23
22
21
20
18.5
17.5
Cooling zone
Dehumidifying zone
Circulating zone
18
32
Preset temperature (°C)
3–1
Compressor
ON
ON
OFF
Fan speed
DH
DL
DL or OFF
AYAP7FHR
2.3. Heat operation
5. PREHEAT AIR FLOW
The compressor turns on or off, at State 2, turns on continuously at
State 1 & 3.
This function is intended to prevent cold air from being discharged
when the heating operation starts or when defrosting. When the indoor
pipe temperature is below 29°C at the begining of the heat operation
or after defrosting, the indoor fan motor stays.
Room temperature
States 1 & 3 : Compressor ON
States 2 : Compressor OFF/(ON)
(Hot-keep function)
H1
When the indoor pipe temperature gets higher than 29°C, the fan
motor is turned on at speed "HUL" after compensation of starting.
When the indoor pipe temperature exceeds 35°C, the specified fan
speed is restored. When the indoor pipe temperature falls below 30°C,
the fan speed shifts down to "HUL". And, when the indoor pipe temperature falls below 23°C, the fan motor turns off. Then, over 29°C , it
turns on again at speed "HUL".
H2
2
Room
temperature
transition
3
1
35
Pipe temperature(°C)
Preset temperature
3. FAN SPEED
Fan speeds are given by the indoor fan motor, "DL"~"HH" which are
available in the following operation mode.
Fan speed
Fan switch
DL
DH
CL
CAL
CM
CAH
CH
HUL
HL
HAL
HM
HAH
HH
—
—
COOL SOFT
—
COOL LOW
—
COOL HIGH
—
HEAT SOFT
—
HEAT LOW
—
HEAT HIGH
Fan switch
(AUTO)
DRY
—
COOL
—
—
—
HEAT
—
AYAP7FHR
700
790
650
790
950
1040
1055
780
880
880
980
1100
1175
AYAP9FHR
770
820
650
820
1010
1100
1115
800
900
900
1050
1130
1205
(r.p.m.)
30
29
24
OFF
Preset
Fan speed
UL
6. OVERHEATING PROTECTION SYSTEM
When overloading occurs during the heating operation, this system
controls the outdoor fan motor according to the indoor pipe temperature to prevent the overloading of the compressor and restrain the rise
in high pressure.
When the indoor pipe temperature exceeds U1digC, the outdoor fan
motor is turned off, and when the indoor pipe temperature falls
U2digC, the outdoor fan motor turns on.
OFF
U1
ON
4. HOT-KEEP
This function automatically controls the on-off operation of the indoor
fan motor in accordance with the ON-OFF operation of the compressor
during the heating operation, thereby preventing the air conditioner
from delivering a cold air when the compressor is off.When the room
temperature enters area " D ", the compressor is turned off, and the
indoor fan motor is turned off after rotating at "HUL" for 30 seconds. 3
minutes after turning on the compressor, the compressor is turned on
for 3 minutes. At 10 seconds after turning on the compressor, the
indoor fan motor is turned on. The next compressor OFF time is
accordance with the room temperature area when 3 minutes elapse
after turning on the compessor. If the area "D ", compressor OFF time
is for 3 minutes and if " E ", it's for 8 minutes. If the area " F ",compressor is not turned on. Only the inddor fan motpr is turned on 8 minutes
later for 3 minutes.
U2
U1 and U2 are defferent by the time.
1 within 3 minutes
2 over 3 minutes
MODELS
area " D " : 3 min.
area " E " : 8 min.
area " F " : 8 min.
ON
3 min.
3 min.
OFF
ON
AY-AP7FHR
AY-AP9FHR
Indoor
fan motor
MODELS
When area is
" D " or " E "
AY-AP7FHR
When area is
" F " or " E "
HUL
AY-AP9FHR
HUL
OFF
30 sec.
10 sec.
30 sec.
Fan
LIne
U1
Area " D " : To becoming below line H2 after becoming above line H1
Area " E " : To becoming below line H1 after becoming above line H02
Area " F " : To becoming below line H02 after becoming above line H01
Compressor
OFF UL
UL
10 sec.
3–2
HH
1
HAH
2
1
HM
2
1
2
53°C 53°C 53°C 53°C 54°C 54°C
U2
49°C 52°C 49°C 52°C 50°C 53°C
U1
53°C 53°C 53°C 53°C 54°C 54°C
U2
49°C 52°C 49°C 52°C 50°C 53°C
Fan
LIne
HAL
1
HL
2
1
HUL
2
1
2
U1
54°C 54°C 54°C 54°C 54°C 54°C
U2
50°C 53°C 50°C 53°C 50°C 53°C
U1
54°C 54°C 54°C 54°C 54°C 54°C
U2
50°C 53°C 50°C 53°C 50°C 53°C
AYAP7FHR
7. CURRENT CONTROL
10. DELAYED OPERATION OF THE REVERSE VALVE
This system, in order to prevent overcurrent during heating operation,
controls the outdoor fan motor and changes the indoor fan motor
speed by detecting total current. When the current exceeds P2, the
outdoor fan motor is automatically turned off, and when the current
falls below P4, the outdoor fan motor is turned on.
the heat operation is shut down or the operating mode is switched
from heat to cool or dry, or vice versa, the reverse valve is switched
after 3 minutes.
When the current exceeds P3 and the indoor fan speed shifts down
because of cold air (5. Preheat air flow), the changes in the indoor fan
speed shifts up as follows, from "off" to "HUL", or from "HUL" to "HL".
And when the current falls bellow P5, the indoor fan speed shift up is
canceled.
If the "AUX" button on the unit is pressed for 5 seconds or more during
operation, cool test operation starts. The operation LED (red) flickers
during test run.
11. TEST RUN
To put the system in the heating test run mode, start the cooling operation and select the heating mode on the remote control. In cool and
heat mode continuous compressor on operation is performed. In dry
mode the operation is in dehumidifying zone. In fan only mode the
indoor fan motor runs continusly.
Current transition
Input current
AY-AP7FHR AY-AP9FHR
P1
6.9A
8.4A
P2
4.4A
7.3A
P3
3.8A
5.3A
P4
3.5A
5.3A
P5
2.9A
4.7A
12. TIMER
12.1. ON/OFF TIMER
When the unit operates during one hour after the OFF-time is set, thermostat setting is automatically shifted (+1digC in cool operation and
dry operation, -3digC in heat operation, 16digC - 32digC). When the
ON-timer is set in heat operation and cool operation, operation starts
before 0 to 30 minutes(depends on the room temperature) so that preset temperature is obtaind at set time.
Time
Compressor
Outdoor Indoor
Fan motor Fan motor OFF
Shift UP
OFF
8. FREEZE PREVENTIVE
12.2. ONE-HOUR TIMER
When the indoor pipe temperature falls below 0°C during cool operation or dry operation, the compressor is turned off.
When ONE-HOUR timer is set, the unit turns off automatically after
one hour. The one hour timer operation has priority over other time
operation, such as the TIMER ON and TIMER OFF. If the ONE-HOUR
TIMER button is pressed again during operation, the unit will operate
additionally for another one hour.
9. DEFROST
The defrost timer (integrating the operation time of compressor)
counts time with microcomputer during heat operation.
13. AUTOMATIC AIR CONDITIONING
Frost of outdoor pipe is estimated by indoor pipe temperature (TH2),
room temperature (TH1), indoor fan speed and operation state of compressor.
Automatic air conditioning is selected, the operation mode and preset
temperature are set automatically according to the room temperature
on starting operation.
In the defrost operation, first the compressor is turned off, the fan
speed is set to "HUL" and the outdoor fan motor is turned off.
Room temperature Operation
at operation start
Mode
30 seconds later the indoor fan motor is turned off, 60 seconds later
the reverse valve is turned off, and the compressor is turned on. In the
end of defrosting, the compressor is turned off, the outdoor fan motor
is turned on, 60 seconds later the reverse valve is turned on, and the
compressor is turned on, starting heat operation. At this time, the
indoor fan motor is turned off or the fan speed is set to "HUL" if preheat
air flow function is effective.
Switch ON
Defrost
Defrost
Heating
Heating
Heating
Min.
40min.
Defrost start
Max.
12min.
Above 28°C
26°C 28°C
24°C 26°C
21°C 24°C
Below 21°C
60sec.
Compressor ON
Reverse
Valve
Outdoor
Fan Motor
OFF
ON
MAX. 7min.
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
Indoor
Fan Motor
OFF
HUL
DRY
HEAT
26°C
25°C
24°C
Room temperature
at operation start
23°C
When DRY mode is selected by the micro computer with AUTO operation, the fan speed lamps on the indoor unit panel will indicate identically with the fan speed symbols on the remote control dispaly, as the
FAN speed setting is changed accordingly. Despite, the actual fan
speed will not change, as it is determined automatically by the micro
computer.
Min.
Max.
30min. 12min.
60sec.
COOL
Preset
Temperature
60sec.
30sec.
Preheat Air
Flow Control
3–3
AYAP7FHR
14. AUTOMATIC FAN SPEED
15. OUTPUTS IN EACH OPERATION MODE
When the automatic fan speed is selected in cool or heat operation,
the fan speed is automatically changed by the thermostat lines C1 to
C3 in cool operation, and H1 to H4 in heat operation.
Mode
C
O
O
L
a. COOL operation
States 1 & 5 :"CAH"
States 2 & 4 : "CM"
States 3 : "CAL"
H
E
A
T
Room temperature
C1
C2
5
C3
1
D
R
Y
4
Cooling
Circulating
Normal
Preheat
Air Flow
Control
ON Defrost
Cooling
Dehumidiflying
Circulating
Compressor
Outdoor
Fan Motor
Indoor
Fan Motor
Valve
Coil
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON/UL/OFF ON
ON
ON
UL/OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
L/UL
UL/D
D/OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
2
3
Room
temperature
transition
16. POWER ON START
If the connecting wire JP4 is cut on the PWB ass'y, when the power is
supplied by turning on a circuit breaker, the air conditioner automatically starts of operation in "AUTO".
Preset temperature
(Refer to Figure L-5. ~ L-8. Printed Wiring Board.)
b. HEAT operation
Room temperature
States
States
States
States
1
2
3
4
17. AUTO RESTART
& 7 : "HAM"
& 6 : "HM"
& 5 : "HAL"
: "HUL", "HL", OFF
H1
Power failure occurs during operation, the unit will restart in the same
operation mode as before after power recovery.
18. PLASMA CLUSTER
H2
4
Plasma cluster ion mode
H3
3
2
1
SSR2 : ON
H4
5
6
7
Room
temperature
transition
Preset temperature
3–4
AYAP7FHR
[2] TEST MODE
Keep pushing the "AUX." buttons and supply the power, the system will go to the test mode. In this mode, the output of operation is switched by
pushing the "AUX." button in the unit or the "OI" button in the remote controller. Normal outputs are shown in Table.
1. AY-AP7FHR
2. AY-AP9FHR
3–5
AYAP7FHR
[3] DIAGNOSIS PROCEDURE
When indoor fan motor is out of order or compressor lock occurs, the compressor, indoor fan motor, outdoor fan motor, and louver are all stopped and
the operation LED(red) turns on or off syncronously with the timimg of the timer LED.
When the thermistor for room temperature or pipe temperature is open or short state, the operation LED turns on or off syncrnoously with the timing
of the timer LED by pushing continously for more than 5 seconds "AUX." button during suspension of operation.
1sec.
Timer
LED
Indoor
fan motor
Operation
LED
Comp.-lock
Operation
LED
1sec.
ON
4sec.
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
Thermistor
short state
Operation
LED
ON
Thermistor
open state
Operation
LED
ON
OFF
OFF
Timing chart of Timer LED and Operation LED of DIAGNOSIS PROCEDURE.
When "OI" button the remote controller or "AUX." button in the unit is pushed, the unit is free from DIAGNOSIS PROCEDURE.
3–6
AYAP7FHR
Service Manual
AYAP7FHR
CHAPTER 4. TROUBLESHOOTING
[1] TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE OF CONTROL CIRCUIT
The machine does not function
at all with remote controller and
switches on the indoor unit.
Using a tester, measure the
voltage between anodes of D1
and D2 on PWB ass'y.
Is the measured value
approx. 17.0 Vac ?
measure the secondary voltage
of transformer.
NO
YES
Is the FUSE1 fuse down ?
Replace the PWB with a new
one.
NO
YES
Replace the fuse and varistor
with new ones.
Replace the transformer with
a new one.
The machine does not function
with remote controller
Push button "OI" on the wireless
remote controller.
Is transmitting
indicator of the remote
controller active ?
NO
Are batteries of the
wireless remote controller
proper ?
NO
Replace the batteries
with new ones.
YES
YES
Replace the wireless
remote controller.
Does beep sound
from the indoor unit ?
NO
YES
Is indicator lamp of
indoor unit proper ?
YES
PWB is normal.
Inspect the outdoor unit.
NO
Replace the
PWB with a
new one.
Using a tester,
measure the voltage
between terminals
of resistor R8
on the PWB ass'y.
When the signal is
received, does the voltage
change ?
YES
Push the button "OI".
Replace the PWB with a new
one.
4–1
NO
Replace the photo
detector unit with a new
one.
AYAP7FHR
Fig. 1 Temperature properties of indoor thermistors
The room is not cooled at all
or not cooled.
The compressor does not operate.
K
100
Resistance
80
Push the button "AUX." on
the indoor unit, for more than 5 sec.
Room temperature Heat exchange
thermistor TH2
thermistor TH1
Using a tester, measure voltage at
the terminals on the terminal board.
Thermistor
Connector
Color
Room temperature
No. 3 to 4
Yellow
Heat exchange
No. 1 to 2
Orange
CN2
1
4
To measure the resistance, first remove
the connector as shown at right.
60
Heat exchange thermistor
TH2 (orange)
25 C resistance 15 K
40
Room temperature
thermistor TH1 (yellow)
25 C resistance 10 K
20
Tester
Tester
0
Is the voltage
between terminal "N" and
"1" of the terminal board the
power supply voltage ?
-10
0
10
20
30
40
NO
Measure resistances of TH1 and TH2.
YES
The control circuit is normal.
The compressor may be defective.
The running capacitor may be defective.
Refrigerant may be leaked.
The outdoor fan motor may be defective.
The outdoor fan motor capacitor may be defective.
NO
Are the resistances
conformed Fig. 1 ?
YES
Replace the thermistor ass'y with a new one.
Replace the PWB ass'y with a new one.
The room is not heated at all or not heated.
The compressor does not operate.
Select HEAT MODE with remote controller.
And then start operation.
Push the button of "AUX." on the
indoor unit, and wait 5 sec..
Using a tester, measure voltages at the
terminals on the terminal board.
Is the voltage
between terminal "N" and
"1" of the terminal board the
power supply voltage ?
NO
YES
Is the voltage
between terminal "N" and
"2" of the terminal board the
power supply voltage ?
NO
YES
Is the voltage
between terminal "N" and
"3" of the terminal board the
power supply voltage ?
NO
Replace the PWB ass'y with a new one.
YES
The control circuit board is normal.
Refrigerant may be leaked.
The running capacitor may be defective.
The outdoor fan motor may be defective.
The outdoor fan motor capacitor may be defective.
The compressor may be defective.
The thermistor may be defective.
4–2
AYAP7FHR
Service
Manual
CHAPTER 5. REFRIGERATION CYCLE AND
PERFORMANCE
CURVES
AYAP7FHR
[1] REFRIGERATION CYCLE
1. Refrigeration cycle
2. Standard conditions
1.1. AY-AP7FHR
Indoor side
Indoor unit
Outdoor side
Evaporator
3
Flare coupling
3-way
*
Flare coupling
Outdoor unit
NO. Condition
1
2
3
4
3-way valve
pressure
(MPaG)
Capillary
tube A
1
Capillary
tube B
Compressor
Model
AY-AP7FHR
AY-AP9FHR
Cooling
Heating
Cooling
Heating
72°C
69°C
72°C
75°C
42°C
2°C
42°C
2°C
12°C
31°C
12°C
33°C
13°C
7°C
11°C
4°C
1.03
2.25
0.95
2.35
4. Dimension of Capillary tube
Coil
Capillary
tube C
(2 pieces)
Condenser
C
Reverse valve
Model
Capillary tube A
Capillary tube B
Capillary tube C
2
1.2. AY-AP9FHR
Indoor unit
Evaporator
Flare coupling
3
Flare coupling
Outdoor unit
valve
2-way
valve
Heating
Cooling
Silencer
Accumulator
4
REFRIGERANT PIPE LENGTH 5m
Cooling
Silencer
3-way
Heating
20°C
–
7°C
87%
valve
Heating
Accumulator
4
Cooling
27°C
47%
35°C
40%
3. Temperature at each part and pressure in 3-way
valve
2-way
valve
Dry-bulb Temp.
Relative Humidity
Dry-bulb Temp.
Relative Humidity
Capillary
tube A
1
Capillary
tube B
Compressor
Coil
Condenser
C
Reverse valve
2
5–1
AY-AP7FHR
O.D
I.D
L
φ2.7
φ1.3
600
φ2.7
φ1.3
500
φ2.7
φ1.5
150
AY-AP9FHR
O.D
I.D
L
φ2.7
φ1.3
250
φ2.7
φ1.3
850
–
–
–
AYAP7FHR
[2] PERFORMANCE CURVES
NOTE: 1) Indoor fan speed : Hi
2) Vertical adjustment louver “45°”, Horizontal adjustment louver “Front”
3) Indoor air temp. : Cooling 27°C, Heating 20°C
4) Power source : 230V, 50Hz
1. AY-AP7FHR
1.1. Cooling
1.2. Heating
800
600
12
Cooling capacity(kW)
10
8
40
35
2.6
2.4
2.2
2.0
25
30
35
Outside air temp.(ºC)
600
500
Heating capacity(kW)
500
700
30
Outlet air temp.(ºC)
Input(W)
700
Outlet air temp.(ºC)
Input(W)
800
3.0
2.5
2.0
1.5
40
-5
0
5
7
Outside air temp.(ºC)
10
2. AY-AP9FHR
2.1. Cooling
2.2. Heating
1000
800
12
Cooling capacity(kW)
10
3.2
8
40
35
3.0
2.8
2.6
2.4
25
30
35
Outside air temp.(ºC)
800
700
Heating capacity(kW)
700
900
40
30
3.5
3.0
2.5
2.0
-5
5–2
0
5
7
Outside air temp.(ºC)
10
Outlet air temp.(ºC)
Input(W)
900
Outlet air temp.(ºC)
Input(W)
1000
AYAP7FHR
Service
CHAPTER 6. DISASSEMBLING PROCEDURE
AYAP7FHR
Manual
CAUTION: DISCONNECT THE UNIT FROM THE POWER SUPPLY BEFORE ANY SERVICING
[1] INDOOR UNIT
4) Remove the unit-to-unit wiring from the terminal board
1) Open the open panel.
2) Remove the screw fixing the cord clamp.
5) Remove 2 air filters.
3) Remove the cord clamp.
6) Remove 3 screw covers on front panel,push the bottom with minus
driver and draw them out.
7) Remove 4 screws fixing the front panel.
6–1
AYAP7FHR
8) Release 3 hooks out from cabinet.
12)Remove the control box cover.
9) Take down the front panel.
13)Cut the band and take out the sensor from sensor holder.
10)Remove 2 screws fixing the earth wire.
14)Cut the 2 bands fixing the wires.
11)Remove a screw fixing the control box cover.
15)Remove 4 connectors.(CN1-CN4)
6–2
AYAP7FHR
20)Remove drain joint screw.
16)Remove the thermistor holder from the evaporator,push up the little
button and then draw out.
PUSH FORWARD
LITTLE BUTTON
17)Remove 3 screws fixing the control box.
21)Release 4 hooks fixing drain pan.
18)Take out the control box.
22)Take out the left side of the drain pan.
19)Remove 2 screws fixing drain pan.
23)Take out the right side of the drain pan,leaving drain hose in cabinet.
6–3
AYAP7FHR
24)Remove 2 screws fixing the cluster holder.
28)Hold up the left side of evaporator,pull out cross flow fan.
25)Release hooks of cluster holder and take out plasma cluster.
29)Remove 4 screws fixing motor cover.
26)Remove the screw fixing cross flow fan.
30)By holding up the left side of evaporator,take out fan motor with
cover.
27)Remove 2 screws fixing the evaporator by the left side.
6–4
AYAP7FHR
[2] OUTDOOR UNIT
3) Loose the unit-to-unit cord.
1) Loose a screw fixing the side cover.
4) Loose 6 screws fixing the top panel.
•
2) Loose 2 screws fixing the terminal cover and 1 screw fixing the
cord clamp.
Remove terminal cover and cord clamp.
6–5
Right side view
AYAP7FHR
•
•
Left side view
5) Loose 5 screws fixing the front panel.
•
Right side view
•
Left side view
Front view
6–6
AYAP7FHR
•
Front view
8) Remove the terminal cover.
6) Cut 3 plastic bands.
9) Remove 3 terminals of compressor.
7) Remove 2 terminals. (connecting with fan condenser)
10)Loose 4 screws fixing the control box.
Push this little button by
finger and pull out
6–7
AYAP7FHR
2. ASSEMBLING PROCEDURE OF COMPRESSOR
COVER
11)Take out the control box.
1) Remove: Unlace the fastener and pull the compressor cover out
from left side. [ a)→ b) ]
2) Assembly: Insert the compressor cover from left side, cover the
tube and fasten. [ b)→ a) ]
a)
1. DISASSEMBLING PROCEDURE OF THE FAN
1) Loose the fan nut and take out fan.
2) Loose 4 screws fixing fan motor.
6–8
b)
AYAP7FHR
REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST
SPLIT SYSTEM
ROOM AIR CONDITIONER
MODELS INDOOR UNIT
OUTDOOR UNIT
AY-AP7FHR AE-A7FHR
AY-AP9FHR AE-A9FHR
CONTENTS
[1]
INDOOR UNIT PARTS
[5]
OUTDOOR UNIT PARTS
[2]
ACCESSORY PARTS
[6]
PARTPACKING
PARTS(OUTDOOR UNIT)
[3]
INDOOR PACKING PARTS
„
INDEX
[4]
OTHER PARTS(INDOOR UNIT)
“HOW TO ORDER REPLACEMENT PARTS”
To have your order filled promptly and correctly, please furnish the
following information.
1. MODEL NUMBER
2. REF. No.
3. PART NO.
4. DESCRIPTION
★ MARK: SPARE PARTS-DELIVERY SECTION
Parts marked with " " are important for maintaining the safety of the set. Be sure to replace these
parts with specified ones for
SHARP CORPORATION
This document has been published to be used
for after sales service only.
The contents are subject to change without notice.
AYAP7FHR
[1] INDOOR UNIT PARTS
2-13
2-12
2-11
3-3
2-10
3-2
3-1
3-4
2-8
2-24
1-8
2-2
2-4
2-3
2-1
2-20
1-5
2-20-2
2-20-3
2-20-1
2-20-6
2-17
2-9
1-6
2-20-5
1-7
2-20-1A
2-20-4
2-7
2-6
2-20-1B
2-18
2-20-12
2-20-11
1-9
2-20-10
1-1
2-20-14
2-19
2-20-9
2-20-8
2-20-13
2-14
2-20-7
2-15
2-22
2-22-1
1-10
2-23
2-22-4
2-22-3
2-22-2
2-22-6
2-22-5
2-21-2
2-21
2-21-1
2-16
2
AYAP7FHR
NO.
PARTS CODE
PRICE NEW PART
RANK MARK RANK
DESCRIPTION
[1] INDOOR UNIT PARTS
1-1
1-1
1-5
1-6
1-7
1-8
1-9
1-10
2-1
2-2
2-3
2-4
2-6
2-7
2-8
2-9
2-10
2-11
2-12
2-13
2-14
2-15
2-16
2-17
2-18
2-19
2-20
2-20-1
2-20-1A
2-20-1B
2-20-2
2-20-3
2-20-4
2-20-5
2-20-6
2-20-7
2-20-8
2-20-9
2-20-10
2-20-11
2-20-12
2-20-13
2-20-14
2-21
2-21-1
2-21-2
2-22
2-22-1
2-22-2
2-22-3
2-22-4
2-22-5
2-22-6
2-23
2-24
3-1
3-2
3-3
3-4
DPWBFA411JBKZ
DPWBFA396JBKZ
QACC-A305JBZZ
QTANZA027JBZZ
QW-VZE874JBZZ
RTHM-A300JBE0
QTANZA022JBZZ
FPWBFA586JBKZ
CHLD-A067JBK0
NFANCA099JBEZ
CMOT-A443JBKZ
PCOV-B072JBFZ
PCOV-B073JBFA
PCOV-B074JBPZ
LHLD-A500JBFZ
PBOX-A442JBFA
DCHS-A530JBKZ
LHLD-A478JBFZ
LHLD-A303JBFA
PPLTNA081JBPZ
LHLD-A716JBFA
PCOV-B076JBFZ
PFILMA204JBEZ
PCOV-B075JBPZ
LHLD-A756JBFA
PCOV-B144JBPZ
CSRA-A624JBKZ
CHOS-A018JBKZ
PHOS-A044JBEZ
LPLT-A058JBPZ
MLOV-A299JBFA
MJNTPA082JBFA
DSRA-A265JBKZ
LPFT-A152JBFZ
PGUMMA110JBE0
LHLD-A720JBFA
CKITTA071AKKZ
LHLD-A719JBFA
RMOT-A115JBEZ
LPFT-A151JBFZ
MLOV-A396JBFA
NBRG-A026JBFA
LHLD-A197JBFM
CPNL-A515JBKZ
HBDG-A002KKEA
HPNL-A721JBRA
DWAK-A915JBKZ
GWAK-A317JBFA
PCOV-B077JBFA
HDECQA125JBRB
FCOV-A194JBFA
FCOV-A193JBFA
FCOV-A195JBFA
TLABCC053JBRZ
PCOV-A300JBF0
CPIPCA918JBKZ
CEVA-A115JBKZ
PVLV-0341JBE0
PVLV-0342JBE0
BM
BM
AN
AQ
AF
AN
AH
AZ
AL
BC
BE
AN
AN
AM
AC
BH
BG
AF
AD
AX
AF
AF
AM
AR
AF
AK
BX
AN
AM
AC
AC
AC
BL
AF
AD
AK
BD
AF
AS
AF
AX
AB
AC
BC
AE
AU
BB
AZ
AK
AZ
AK
AF
AK
AF
AB
AZ
BU
AG
AH
Control unit[AYAP7FHR]
Control unit[AYAP9FHR]
Power supply cord
Terminal board
Earth lead
Thermistor
Terminal board
Display c-b-u k
Bearing ass'y
Cross flow fan
Fan motor
Motor cover
Control box cover
Control box cover
Thermistor holder
Control box
Cabinet sub ass'y
Tube holder
Tube cover
Mounting angle
LED holder
LED guide
Air filter
Control box cover
Cord holder
Cord holder cover
Drain pan ass'y
Drain hose ass'y
Drain hose
Hose holder
Vertical louver
Louver link
Drain pan
Dorain joint L
Drain plug
PCI holder
Plasmacluster unit
Lead wire guide
Louver motor
Drain joint
H-louver
Louver bushing
Louver holder
Open panel ass'y
Badge
Open panel
Front panel ass'y
Front panel
Screw cover
Display panel
Front cover L
Cover
Front cover R
Wiring diagram
Thermo holder cover
Tube ass'y
Evaperator sub ass'y
Flare union 2S
Flare union 3S
3
AYAP7FHR
[2] ACCESSORY PARTS
4-9
4-6
4-8
4-2
4-10
4-5
4-1
4-3
NO.
PARTS CODE
PRICE NEW PART
RANK MARK RANK
DESCRIPTION
[2] ACCESSORY PARTS
4-1
4-2
4-3
4-5
4-6
4-6
4-8
4-9
4-10
CRMC-A665JBEZ
UBATUA027JBE0
LHLD-A721JBFA
LX-NZA207JBEZ
TLAB-C800JBEZ
TLAB-C801JBEZ
TINSEA406JBRZ
TINS-A876JBRZ
LHLD-A484JBFA
Remote control
Battery pack
Cord holder
Special nut
EU energy label[AYAP7FHR]
EU energy label[AYAP9FHR]
Operation manual
Installation manual
Drain joint
AZ
AE
AK
AE
AK
AK
AX
AK
AE
[3] INDOOR PACKING PARTS
90-1
90-2
NO.
PARTS CODE
PRICE NEW PART
RANK MARK RANK
DESCRIPTION
[3] INDOOR PACKING PARTS
90-1
90-2
90-2
CPADBA086JBKZ
SPAKCB832JBEZ
SPAKCB822JBEZ
AM
AT
AK
Packing pad ass'y
Packing case[AYAP7FHR]
Packing case[AYAP9FHR]
[4] OTHER PARTS(INDOOR UNIT)
1-2
1-3
1-4
QFS-IA001KKZZ
RH-IXA829JBZZ
RRMCUA003JBZZ
AD
AV
AM
Fuse
IC
Receiver unit
4
AYAP7FHR
[5] OUTDOOR UNIT PARTS
1-1
1-2
1-14
1-18
4-6
4-5
1-19
1-24
1-29
1-14
1-5
1-25
1-3
1-7
4-1
2-6 2-5
1-8
4-7
1-17
1-16
4-1
2-8
1-20
3-13
2-1
2-7
1-23
1-15
1-22
2-3
4-4
2-2
1-10
1-11
1-9
3-10
3-11
3-12
3-9
4-1
1-27
3-6
3-8
3-1
3-1-1
3-1-3
2-4
3-1-2
1-12
1-21
3-2
4-3
3-5
1-13
1-4
3-7
3-3 3-14
4-2
3-15
3-4
1-21
1-28
4-6
5
AYAP7FHR
NO.
PARTS CODE
PRICE NEW PART
RANK MARK RANK
DESCRIPTION
[5] OUTDOOR UNIT PARTS
1-1
1-2
1-2
1-3
1-4
1-5
1-7
1-8
1-9
1-10
1-11
1-12
1-13
1-14
1-15
1-16
1-17
1-18
1-19
1-19
1-20
1-20
1-21
1-22
1-23
1-23
1-24
1-25
1-27
1-27
1-28
1-29
1-29
2-1
2-2
2-3
2-4
2-4
2-5
2-6
2-7
2-7
2-8
3-1
3-1
3-1-1
3-1-2
3-1-3
3-2
3-2
3-3
3-4
3-5
3-5
3-6
3-6
3-7
3-7
3-8
3-8
3-9
3-9
3-10
3-11
3-11
3-12
3-12
3-13
3-13
3-14
3-15
4-1
4-2
4-3
4-4
4-5
4-6
4-7
GCAB-A210JBTA
TLABCC055JBRZ
TLABCC074JBRZ
CCOV-A130JBKZ
CCHS-A919JBYA
LANGKA124JBPZ
CFTA-A337JBKZ
CMOTLB181JBEZ
PSEL-C834JBEZ
PSEL-C895JBEZ
PSKR-A288JBPZ
GCAB-A282JBTA
GGADPA004JBFA
JHNDPA011JBFA
LHLD-A573JBFA
LPLTPA026JBFA
NFANPA101JBEZ
PPLT-A385JBTA
PPLT-A421JBTZ
PPLT-A392JBTA
PSEL-C837JBEZ
PSEL-C850JBEZ
PSEL-C838JBEZ
PSEL-C839JBEZ
PSEL-C867JBEZ
PSEL-C835JBEZ
PSEL-C870JBEZ
PSEL-C871JBEZ
PSPF-A941JBEZ
PSPF-A946JBEZ
TLABBA149JBRZ
TSPC-F038JBRZ
TSPC-F057JBRZ
LBNDKA062JBW0
PBOX-A447JBPZ
QTANZA027JBZZ
QW-IZA082JBZZ
QW-IZA089JBZZ
QW-VZE889JBZZ
QW-VZE890JBZZ
RC-HZA517JBZZ
RC-HZA516JBZZ
RC-HZA513JBZZ
CVLV-A764JBKZ
CVLV-A767JBKZ
CCIL-A122JBEZ
LX-BZA268JBEZ
PVLVXA052JBEZ
CCPY-A189JBKZ
CCPY-A190JBKZ
DVLV-A530JBKZ
DVLV-A529JBKZ
GLEG-A123JBEZ
GLEG-A103JBE0
LX-NZA002JBE0
LX-NZA148JBE0
PCMPRA472JBEZ
PCMPRA473JBEZ
PCOV-A002JBE0
PCOV-A371JBE0
PSEL-A006JBE0
PSEL-B160JBE0
PSEL-B161JBE0
RHOG-A236JBZZ
RHOG-A237JBZZ
MSPR-A005JBE0
MSPR-A114JBE0
DCON-A284JBPZ
DCON-A288JBPZ
PSEN-A044JBKZ
PSEN-A045JBKZ
LX-BZA351JBEZ
LX-BZA355JBEZ
LX-NZA313JBEZ
LX-BZA075JBE0
LX-BZA353JBEZ
LX-BZA364JBEZ
LX-NZA326JBEZ
AS
AF
AF
AM
BK
AR
BC
BH
AK
AF
AX
BC
AR
AS
AC
AC
AR
AU
AX
AV
AE
AF
AC
AC
AF
AC
AD
AD
AV
AV
AG
AK
AK
AD
AR
AQ
AP
AN
AF
AF
AX
AZ
AR
BP
BP
AU
AB
BB
BB
BB
AT
AW
AN
AG
AA
AD
CD
CB
AE
AF
AC
AH
AH
AZ
AV
AB
AF
BU
CA
AG
AK
AD
AE
AE
AA
AD
AC
AA
Top table
Wiring diagram[AEA7FHR]
Wiring diagram[AEA9FHR]
Cover ass'y
Base pan ass'y
Fan motor angle
Side cover ass'y
Fan motor
Seal
Bulkhead seal C
Bulkhead
Front panel
Fan guard
Holder
Cord clamp
Cord clamp plate
Propeller fan
Side cover L
Side cover R[AEA9FHR]
Side cover R[AEA7FHR]
Condenser seal[AEA7FHR]
Condensor seal[AEA9FHR]
F-panel seal
Insulator
Seal[AEA7FHR]
Seal[AEA9FHR]
Seal
Seal
Compressor cover[AEA7FHR]
Compressor cover[AEA9FHR]
Sharp badge
Name badge[AEA7FHR]
Name badge[AEA9FHR]
Capacitor clamp
Control box
Terminal board
Comp wiring[AEA7FHR]
Comp wiring[AEA9FHR]
Lead wire
Lead wire
Running capacitor[AEA7FHR]
Running capacitor[AEA9FHR]
Fan motor capacitor
Reverse valve ass'y[AEA7FHR]
Reverse valve ass'y[AEA9FHR]
Coil
Special screw
Reverse valve
Cappilary ass'y[AEA7FHR]
Capillary ass'y[AEA9FHR]
2way valve unit
3way valve unit
Compressor cushion[AEA7FHR]
Compressor cushion[AEA9FHR]
Special nut[AEA7FHR]
Frange nut[AEA9FHR]
Compressor[AEA7FHR]
Compressor[AEA9FHR]
Terminal cover[AEA7FHR]
Terminal cover[AEA9FHR]
Terminal gasket[AEA7FHR]
Terminal gasket[AEA9FHR]
Gasket washer[AEA9FHR]
Overload relay[AEA7FHR]
Overload relay[AEA9FHR]
Protector spring[AEA7FHR]
Protector spring[AEA9FHR]
Condenser[AEA7FHR]
Condenser[AEA9FHR]
Flare nut ass'y
Flare nut ass'y
Special screw
Special screw
Special nut
Special screw
Tapping screw
Special screw
Special nut
6
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[6] PARTPACKING PARTS(OUTDOOR UNIT)
5-3
Fr
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sid
5-2
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5-1
NO.
PARTS CODE
PRICE NEW PART
RANK MARK RANK
DESCRIPTION
[6] PARTPACKING PARTS(OUTDOOR UNIT)
5-1
5-2
5-2
5-3
CPADBA774YDKZ
SPAKCB826JBEZ
SPAKCB848JBEZ
CPADBA093JBKZ
AN
AX
AX
AR
Bottom pad ass'y
Packing case[AEA7FHR]
Packing case[AEA9FHR]
Top pad ass'y
7
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„INDEX
PARTS CODE
No.
PRICE NEW PART
RANK MARK RANK
PARTS CODE
[C]
CCHS-A919JBYA
CCIL-A122JBEZ
CCOV-A130JBKZ
CCPY-A189JBKZ
CCPY-A190JBKZ
CEVA-A115JBKZ
CFTA-A337JBKZ
CHLD-A067JBK0
CHOS-A018JBKZ
CKITTA071AKKZ
CMOT-A443JBKZ
CMOTLB181JBEZ
CPADBA086JBKZ
CPADBA093JBKZ
CPADBA774YDKZ
CPIPCA918JBKZ
CPNL-A515JBKZ
CRMC-A665JBEZ
CSRA-A624JBKZ
CVLV-A764JBKZ
CVLV-A767JBKZ
BK
AU
AM
BB
BB
BU
BC
AL
AN
BD
BE
BH
AM
AR
AN
AZ
BC
AZ
BX
BP
BP
1-2-10
5-3-13
5-3-13
1-1-1
1-1-1
1-2-20-4
5-3-4
5-3-3
1-2-22
BG
BU
CA
BM
BM
BL
AW
AT
BB
1-2-22-5
1-2-22-4
1-2-22-6
1-1-10
AF
AK
AK
AZ
5-1-1
5-1-12
5-1-13
5-3-5
5-3-5
1-2-22-1
AS
BC
AR
AG
AN
AZ
1-2-21-1
1-2-22-3
1-2-21-2
AE
AZ
AU
5-1-14
AS
5-1-5
5-2-1
1-2-20-14
1-2-12
1-2-11
2-4-10
1-2-8
5-1-15
1-2-14
1-2-20-9
1-2-20-7
2-4-3
1-2-18
1-2-20-11
1-2-20-5
1-2-20-1B
5-1-16
5-4-4
5-3-1-2
5-4-1
5-4-5
5-4-2
5-4-6
5-3-6
5-3-6
2-4-5
5-4-3
5-4-7
AR
AD
AC
AD
AF
AE
AC
AC
AF
AF
AK
AK
AF
AF
AF
AC
AC
AA
AB
AD
AD
AE
AC
AA
AD
AE
AE
AA
MJNTPA082JBFA
MLOV-A299JBFA
MLOV-A396JBFA
MSPR-A005JBE0
MSPR-A114JBE0
[H]
HBDG-A002KKEA
HDECQA125JBRB
HPNL-A721JBRA
[J]
JHNDPA011JBFA
[L]
LANGKA124JBPZ
LBNDKA062JBW0
LHLD-A197JBFM
LHLD-A303JBFA
LHLD-A478JBFZ
LHLD-A484JBFA
LHLD-A500JBFZ
LHLD-A573JBFA
LHLD-A716JBFA
LHLD-A719JBFA
LHLD-A720JBFA
LHLD-A721JBFA
LHLD-A756JBFA
LPFT-A151JBFZ
LPFT-A152JBFZ
LPLT-A058JBPZ
LPLTPA026JBFA
LX-BZA075JBE0
LX-BZA268JBEZ
LX-BZA351JBEZ
LX-BZA353JBEZ
LX-BZA355JBEZ
LX-BZA364JBEZ
LX-NZA002JBE0
LX-NZA148JBE0
LX-NZA207JBEZ
LX-NZA313JBEZ
LX-NZA326JBEZ
AC
AC
AX
AB
AF
1-2-20-13
1-2-2
5-1-17
AB
BC
AR
1-2-9
5-2-2
5-3-7
5-3-7
5-3-8
1-2-24
5-3-8
1-2-4
1-2-6
1-2-7
1-2-17
1-2-15
1-2-22-2
1-2-19
1-2-16
1-2-20-6
1-2-20-1A
5-1-18
5-1-19
5-1-19
1-2-13
5-3-9
5-3-9
5-3-10
5-1-9
5-1-23
5-1-20
5-1-21
5-1-22
5-1-20
5-1-23
5-1-24
5-1-25
5-1-10
5-3-14
5-3-15
5-1-11
5-1-27
5-1-27
1-3-3
1-3-4
5-3-1-3
BH
AR
CD
CB
AE
AB
AF
AN
AN
AM
AR
AF
AK
AK
AM
AD
AM
AU
AV
AX
AX
AC
AH
AH
AK
AC
AE
AC
AC
AF
AF
AD
AD
AF
AG
AK
AX
AV
AV
AG
AH
BB
1-1-5
4-1-2
1-1-9
1-1-6
5-2-3
5-2-4
5-2-4
1-1-7
5-2-5
5-2-6
AN
AD
AH
AQ
AQ
AP
AN
AF
AF
AF
5-2-8
5-2-7
5-2-7
4-1-3
5-3-11
5-3-11
1-2-20-10
4-1-4
1-1-8
AR
AZ
AX
AV
AZ
AV
AS
AM
AN
3-90-2
6-5-2
3-90-2
6-5-2
AK
AX
AT
AX
[P]
PBOX-A442JBFA
PBOX-A447JBPZ
PCMPRA472JBEZ
PCMPRA473JBEZ
PCOV-A002JBE0
PCOV-A300JBF0
PCOV-A371JBE0
PCOV-B072JBFZ
PCOV-B073JBFA
PCOV-B074JBPZ
PCOV-B075JBPZ
PCOV-B076JBFZ
PCOV-B077JBFA
PCOV-B144JBPZ
PFILMA204JBEZ
PGUMMA110JBE0
PHOS-A044JBEZ
PPLT-A385JBTA
PPLT-A392JBTA
PPLT-A421JBTZ
PPLTNA081JBPZ
PSEL-A006JBE0
PSEL-B160JBE0
PSEL-B161JBE0
PSEL-C834JBEZ
PSEL-C835JBEZ
PSEL-C837JBEZ
PSEL-C838JBEZ
PSEL-C839JBEZ
PSEL-C850JBEZ
PSEL-C867JBEZ
PSEL-C870JBEZ
PSEL-C871JBEZ
PSEL-C895JBEZ
PSEN-A044JBKZ
PSEN-A045JBKZ
PSKR-A288JBPZ
PSPF-A941JBEZ
PSPF-A946JBEZ
PVLV-0341JBE0
PVLV-0342JBE0
PVLVXA052JBEZ
[G]
GCAB-A210JBTA
GCAB-A282JBTA
GGADPA004JBFA
GLEG-A103JBE0
GLEG-A123JBEZ
GWAK-A317JBFA
1-2-20-3
1-2-20-2
1-2-20-12
5-3-12
5-3-12
[N]
NBRG-A026JBFA
NFANCA099JBEZ
NFANPA101JBEZ
[F]
FCOV-A193JBFA
FCOV-A194JBFA
FCOV-A195JBFA
FPWBFA586JBKZ
PRICE NEW PART
RANK MARK RANK
[M]
5-1-4
5-3-1-1
5-1-3
5-3-2
5-3-2
1-3-2
5-1-7
1-2-1
1-2-20-1
1-2-20-8
1-2-3
5-1-8
3-90-1
6-5-3
6-5-1
1-3-1
1-2-21
2-4-1
1-2-20
5-3-1
5-3-1
[D]
DCHS-A530JBKZ
DCON-A284JBPZ
DCON-A288JBPZ
DPWBFA396JBKZ
DPWBFA411JBKZ
DSRA-A265JBKZ
DVLV-A529JBKZ
DVLV-A530JBKZ
DWAK-A915JBKZ
No.
[Q]
QACC-A305JBZZ
QFS-IA001KKZZ
QTANZA022JBZZ
QTANZA027JBZZ
"
QW-IZA082JBZZ
QW-IZA089JBZZ
QW-VZE874JBZZ
QW-VZE889JBZZ
QW-VZE890JBZZ
[R]
RC-HZA513JBZZ
RC-HZA516JBZZ
RC-HZA517JBZZ
RH-IXA829JBZZ
RHOG-A236JBZZ
RHOG-A237JBZZ
RMOT-A115JBEZ
RRMCUA003JBZZ
RTHM-A300JBE0
[S]
SPAKCB822JBEZ
SPAKCB826JBEZ
SPAKCB832JBEZ
SPAKCB848JBEZ
8
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PARTS CODE
No.
PRICE NEW PART
RANK MARK RANK
[T]
TINS-A876JBRZ
TINSEA406JBRZ
TLABBA149JBRZ
TLAB-C800JBEZ
TLAB-C801JBEZ
TLABCC053JBRZ
TLABCC055JBRZ
TLABCC074JBRZ
TSPC-F038JBRZ
TSPC-F057JBRZ
2-4-9
2-4-8
5-1-28
2-4-6
2-4-6
1-2-23
5-1-2
5-1-2
5-1-29
5-1-29
AK
AX
AG
AK
AK
AF
AF
AF
AK
AK
2-4-2
AE
[U]
UBATUA027JBE0
9
AYAP7FHR
SHARP CORPORATION
Appliance Systems Group
Quality Assurance Department