Room Air Conditioner Service and Parts Manual

Room Air Conditioner
Service and Parts
Manual
115 Volts
CP05 Svc Parts 2010 (05/10)
CP05N10A
CONTENTS
1. PREFACE
...................................................................................................................................................2
1.1 FEATURES.....................................................................................................................................................2
1.2 SPECIFICATIONS .........................................................................................................................................3
1.3 LOCATIONS OF CONTROLS .......................................................................................................................4
2. DISASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS ................................................................................................4
2.1 MECHANICAL PARTS ..................................................................................................................................4
2.1.1 FRONT GRILLE ....................................................................................................................................4
2.1.2 CABINET................................................................................................................................................4
2.1.3 CONTROL BOARD ................................................................................................................................4
2.2 AIR HANDLING PARTS ................................................................................................................................5
2.2.1 AIR GUIDE UPPER ..............................................................................................................................5
2.2.2 ORIFICE, TURBO FAN AND FAN .........................................................................................................5
2.2.3 MOTOR ..................................................................................................................................................6
2.2.4 AIR GUIDE .............................................................................................................................................6
2.3 ELECTRICAL PARTS ....................................................................................................................................6
2.3.1 OVERLOAD PROTECTOR ...................................................................................................................6
2.3.2 COMPRESSOR .................................................................................................................................... 7
2.3.3 CAPACITOR ......................................................................................................................................... 7
2.3.4 THERMOSTAT ...................................................................................................................................... 7
2.3.5 ROTARY SWITCH ................................................................................................................................. 7
2.3.6 POWER CORD .................................................................................................................................... 8
2.4 REFRIGERANT CYCLE ............................................................................................................................... 8
2.4.1 CONDENSER ...................................................................................................................................... 8
2.4.2 EVAPORATOR ......................................................................................................................................9
2.4.3 CAPILLARY TUBE ................................................................................................................................9
3. TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
..................................................................................................... 11
3.1 OUTSIDE DIMENSIONS................................................................................................................................11
3.2 PIPING SYSTEM ..........................................................................................................................................12
3.3 TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE .................................................................................................................... 13
4. CIRCUIT DIAGRAM ........................................................................................................................... 18
5. EXPLODED VIEW .............................................................................................................................. 19
6. SERVICE PARTS LIST .................................................................................................................... 20
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1. PREFACE
This service manual provides various service information, including the mechanical and electrical parts, etc.
This room air conditioner was manufactured and assembled under a strict quality control system.
The refrigerant is charged at the factory. Be sure to read the safety precautions prior to servicing the unit.
1.1 FEATURES
‡
‡
‡
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DESIGNED FOR COOLING ONLY
BUILT-IN ADJUSTABLE THERMOSTAT
WASHABLE ONE-TOUCH FILTER
COMPACT SIZE
1.2 SPECIFICATIONS
1.2-2 SPECIFICATIONS
MODELS
CP05N10A
ITEMS
COOLING CAPACITY (BTU/h)
5,450
POWER SUPPLY (Phase, V, Hz)
1ø, 115V, 60HZ
INPUT (W)
510
OPERATING CURRENT (AMP.)
4.8
REFRIGERANT CONTROL
CAPILLARY TUBE
REFRIGERANT CHARGE (R410A)
280g (9.9 oz)
INSIDE FAN
TURBO FAN
OUTSIDE FAN
PROPELLER FAN WITH SLINGER RING
AIR DISCHARGE
2-WAY (RIGHT AND LEFT)
CHASSIS
PROTECTOR
TOP-DOWN
‡OVERLOAD PROTECTOR FOR COMPRESSOR
‡,17(51$/3ROTECTOR FOR FAN MOTOR
TEMPERATURE CONTROL
THERMISTOR
FAN MOTOR
4 POLES,21W
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1.3 LOCATIONS OF CONTROLS
1
TEMPERATURE SETTING
• These buttons control the temperature of the room.
The temperature can be set within a range of 60°F to 86°F, in increments of 1°F.
2
MONEY SAVER
The fan stops when the compressor stops cooling.
• Approximately every 3 minutes the fan will turn on and sample the room air to determine if
more cooling is needed.
3
OPERATION MODE SELECTOR
• Everytime you push this button, it will rotate between the COOL, FAN and DRY modes.
4
ON/OFF TIMER
ON–When the air conditioner is off, it can be set to automatically
come on in 1 to 12 hours from its previous setting. Each touch will increase the timer by 1
hour.
OFF–When the air conditioner is on, it can be set to automatically
turn off in 1 to 12 hours. Each touch will increase the timer by 1 hour. After the timer has been
on for 30 minutes, the temperature will automatically rise 2°F, and after another 30 minutes, it
will automatically rise 2°F again. The temperature will then stay the same until the timer goes
OFF.
To cancel the timer, press the TIMER pad until the display time disappears.
5
POWER
• To turn the unit ON, push the button. To turn the unit OFF, push the button again.
• This button takes priority over any other buttons.
• When you first turn it on, the unit is on the High cool mode and the temp. at 72°F
6
FAN SPEED
• Everytime you push this button it will rotate between the following fan speeds:
High (F3) → Low(F1) → Medium (F2) → High (F3)
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2. DISASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
2.1 MECHANICAL PARTS
2.1.1 FRONT GRILLE
Figure 1
1. Pull the inlet grille forward.
2. Remove the screw securing the Front Grille. (Fig. 3)
3. Push the grille up from the bottom and pull the top of
the grille away from the case to lift the top tabs out of
their slots. (Fig. 4)
4. Carefully position the grille, bottom first, and snap back
into place.
5. Reposition the screw that secures the front grille
Figure 2
2.1.2 CABINET
1. Disconnect the unit from the power source.
2. Remove the front grille. (Refer to section 2.1.1)
3. Remove 9 screws that secure the cabinet to the
base pan and condenser. (See Figure 3)
4. Lift the cabinet from the unit.
5. Re-install by referring to the procedures above.
Figure 3
2.1.3 CONTROL PANEL
2. Remove the front grille. (Refer to Section 2.1.1)
3. Remove the cabinet. (Refer to Section 2.1.2)
4. Remove 1 screws that secure the control board to
base pan and air guide. (See Figure 4)
5. Pull the control panel toward yourself.
NOTE : Controls, wires, and capacitor are now
accessible for servicing. Discharge the
capacitor before servicing. See step
2.3.3 on page 8 for procedures.
Figure 4
the fan motor and compressor. (See Figure 5)
7. Re-install components by referring to procedures
above. (Refer to wiring diagram on page 23 in this
manual or inside control board.)
Figure 5
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2.2 AIR HANDLING PARTS
Figure 6
2.2.1 AIR GUIDE UPPER
1. Disconnect the unit from the power source.
2. Remove the front grille. (Refer to Section 2.1.1)
3. Remove the cabinet. (Refer to Section 2.1.2)
4. Remove the control panel.
(Refer to Section 2.1.3)
5. Remove 2 screws that secure the upper air guide
to air guide lower. (See Figure 6)
6. Lift upper air guide upward.
7. Re-install by referring to the procedures above.
Figure 7
2.2.2 ORIFICE, TURBO FAN AND FAN
1. Disconnect the unit from the power source.
2. Remove the front grille. (Refer to Section 2.1.1)
3. Remove the cabinet. (Refer to Section 2.1.2)
4. Remove the control board.
(Refer to Section 2.1.3)
5. Remove the air guide upper.
(Refer to Section 2.2.1)
6. Remove 2 screws that secure the base pan to
condenser. (See Figure 7)
7. Remove screw that secures the shroud to
channel of condenser.
8. Press the snap area of shroud with your thumbs.
This allows you to remove it from the condenser.
9. Lift the compressor upward with the evaporator
and condenser. (See Figure 7)
10. Remove the orfice by pushing the snap area of
the air guide blower. (See Figure 8)
11. Remove the clamp springs which are clamped to
the shaft of fan and turbo fan by hand plier. (See
Figure 9)
12. Pull the fan and turbo fan outward.
13. Remove the shroud.
14. Re-install by referring to the procedures above.
Figure 8
Figure 9
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2.2.3 MOTOR
Figure 10
1. Disconnect the unit from the power source.
2. Remove the front grille. (Refer to Section 2.1.1)
3. Remove the cabinet. (Refer to Section 2.1.2)
4. Remove the control panel.
(Refer to Section 2.1.3)
5. Remove the upper air guide.
(Refer to Section 2.2.1)
6. Remove the compressor, turbo fan, fan and
shroud. (Refer to Section 2.2.2)
7. Remove 2 screws that secure the motor to the
motor mount . (See Figure 10)
8. Remove the motor.
9. Re-install by referring to the procedures above.
Figure 11
2.2.4 AIR GUIDE
1. Disconnect the unit from the power source.
2. Remove the front grille. (Refer to Section 2.1.1)
3. Remove the cabinet. (Refer to Section 2.1.2)
4. Remove the control panel.
(Refer to Section 2.1.3)
5. Remove the upper air guide .
(Refer to Section 2.2.1)
6. Remove the compressor, turbo fan, fan and
shroud. (Refer to Section 2.2.2)
7. Remove the motor. (Refer to Section 2.2.3)
8. Remove 2 screws that secure the air guide to the
base pan. (See Figure 11)
9. Push the air guide backward and lift it upward.
(See Figure 11)
10. Re-install by referring to the procedures above.
Figure 12
2.3 ELECTRICAL PARTS
2.3.1 OVERLOAD PROTECTOR
1. Remove the front grille and cabinet.
(Refer to Section 2.1)
2. Remove the nut which fastens the terminal cover.
3. Remove the terminal cover.
4. Remove all the leads from the overload protector.
5. Remove the overload protector.
6. Re-install the components by referring to the
removal procedure above.
(See Figure 12 and 13)
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Figure 13
2.3.2 COMPRESSOR
Figure 14
1. Remove the front grille and cabinet.
(Refer to Section 2.1)
2. Discharge the refrigerant by using a refrigerant
recovery system.
3. Remove the overload protector.
(Refer to Section 2.3.1)
4. After discharging the unit completely, unbrace the
suction and discharge pipes at the compressor
connections.
5. Remove 3 nuts which fasten the compressor.
6. Remove the compressor.
7. Re-install by referring to the removal procedure
above. (See Figure 14)
2.3.3 CAPACITOR
1. Remove the cabinet. (Refer to Section 2.1.2)
2. Remove the control panel.
(Refer to Section 2.1.3)
3. Discharge the capacitor by placing a 20 KΩ
resistor across the capacitor terminals.
4. Remove the screw which fastens the capacitor
clamp.
5. Remove all the leads of capacitor terminals.
6. Re-install the components by referring to the
removal procedure above. (See Figure 15)
Figure 15
2.3.4 THERMISTOR
1. Remove the cabinet. (Refer to Section 2.1.2)
2. Remove the control panel.
(Refer to Section 2.1.3)
3. Disconnect the thermistor terminals from main
P.W.B assembly.
4. Remove the thermistor.
5. Re-install the components by referring to the
removal procedure above. (See Figure 16)
Figure 16
Figure 17
2.3.5 CONTROL BOARD
1. Remove the cabinet. (Refer to Section 2.1.2)
2. Remove the control panel.
(Refer to Section 2.1.3)
3. Pull the control board forward and pull out it.
4. Remove 2 lead wire terminals.
5. Re-install the components by referring to the
removal procedure above. (See Figure 17)
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Figure 18
2.3.6 POWER CORD
1. Disconnect the unit from source of power.
2. Remove the front grille. (Refer to Section 2.1.1)
3. Remove the cabinet. (Refer to Section 2.1.2)
4. Remove a screw that secures control panel to
base pan. (Refer to Section 2.1.3)
5. Pulls the control board toward you.
6. Disconnect the 2 receptacles and remove the
grounding screw.
7. Remove a screw securing the clip with cord to the
control panel.
8. Pull the power cord.
9. Re-install by referring to procedures above.
Figure19
2.4 REFRIGERANT CYCLE
2.4.1 CONDENSER
1. Remove the cabinet. (Refer to Section 2.1.2)
2. Discharge the refrigerant by using a refrigerant
recovery system.
3. Remove the air guide. (Refer to Section 2.2.1)
4. Remove 2 screws which fasten the condenser.
5. After discharging the refrigerant completely,
unbraze the interconnecting tube at the
condenser connections.
6. Remove the condenser.
7. Re-install by referring to the procedures above.
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wise. This will keep oil from foaming and being
drawn into the vacuum pump.
2.4.2 EVAPORATOR
1. Remove the cabinet.
2. Discharge the refrigerant by using a refrigerant
recovery system.
3. Remove the upper air guide . (Refer to Section
2.2.1)
4. After discharging the refrigerant completely,
unbraze the interconnecting tube at the condenser
connections.
5. Remove the evaporator.
6. Re-install by referring to the procedures above.
6-3. Operate the vacuum pump for 20 to 30 minutes, until 600 micron vacuum is obtained.
Close valves A and B and observe vacuum
gauge for a few minutes.
A rise in pressure would indicate a possible
leak or moisture remaining in the system.
With valves A and B closed, stop the vacuum
pump.
6-4. Remove the hose from the vacuum pump and
place it on the charging cylinder. See figure
20B. Open valve C.
Discharge the line at the manifold connection.
6-5. The system is now ready for final charging.
7. Recharge as follows:
7-1. Rotary compressor systems are charged from
the high-side. If the total charge cannot be put
in the high-side, the balance will be put in the
suction line through the access valve which is
installed as the system is opened.
7-2. Connect the charging cylinder as shown in figure20B. With valve C open, discharge the
hose at the manifold connection.
7-3. Open valve A and allow the proper charge to
enter the system. Valve B is still closed.
7-4. If more charge is required, the high-side will
not take it. Close valve A.
7-5. With the unit running, open valve B and add
the balance of the charge.
a. Do not add the liquid refrigerant to the lowside.
b. Watch the low-side gauge, allow pressure to
rise to 39 lbs.
c. Turn off valve B and allow the pressure to
drop.
d. Repeat steps B and C until the balance of
the charge is in the system.
7-6. When the unit is operating correctly, use the
pinch-off tool with the unit still running and the
clamp on the pinch-off tube. Using a tube cutter, cut the pinch-off tube about 2 inches from
the pinch-off tool. Use sil-fos solder and solder
the pinch-off tube closed. Turn off the unit,
allow setting for a while and then test the leakage of the pinch-off connection.
2.4.3 CAPILLARY TUBE
1. Remove the cabinet.
2. Discharge the refrigerant by using a refrigerant
recovery system.
3. Remove the upper air guide. (Refer to Section
2.2.1)
4. After discharging the refrigerant completely,
unbraze the interconnecting tube of the capillary
tube.
5. Remove the capillary tube.
6. Re-install by referring to the procedures above.
NOTES
Replacement of the refrigeration cycle.
1. When replacing the refrigerating cycle, be sure to
discharge the refrigerant by using a refrigerant
recovery system.
2. After discharging the unit completely, remove the
desired components, and unbraze the pinch-off
tubes.
3. Solder service valves into the pinch-off tube ports,
leaving the valves open.
4. Solder the pinch-off tubes with service valves.
5. After completing the above procedures, the valve
must be removed .
6. Evacuate as follows:
6-1. Connect the vacuum pump, as illustrated in
figure 20A.
6-2. Start the vacuum pump. Slowly open manifold
valves A and B with two full turns counterclockwise and leave the valves closed.
The vacuum pump is now pulling through
valves A and B up to valve C by means of
manifold and the entire system.
CAUTION : If high vacuum equipment is used,
just crack valves A and B for a few minutes, then
open slowly with the two full turns counter-clock—9—
Equipment needed: Vacuum pump, charging cylinder, manifold gauge, brazing equipment, pinch-off tool capable
of making a vapor proof seal, leak detector, tubing cutter, hand tools to remove components and service valve.
COMPOUND GAUGE
MANIFOLD
GAUGE
B
CONDENSER
(HIGH PRESSURE SIDE)
A
SEE INSETS
BELOW
COMPRESSOR
EVAPORATOR
(LOW PRESSURE SIDE)
CAPILLARY TUBE
LO
HI
CHARGING CYLINDER
A
B
EXTERNAL VACUUM PUMP
B
A
C
Figure 20A-Pulling Vacuum
Figure 20B-Charging
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2.4.4 ELECTRICAL DATA
Line Cord Plug
Use Wall Receptacle
Do not under any
circumstances cut
or remove the
grounding prong
from the plug.
Power supply cord with
3-prong grounding plug
Power Supply
Use 15 AMP, time
delay fuse, or circuit
breaker.
Standard 125V, 3-wire grounding
receptacle rated 15A, 125V AC
USE OF EXTENSION CORDS
Because of potential safety hazards, we strongly discourage the use of an extension cord. However, if you wish to use an extension
cord, use a CSA certified/UL-listed 3-wire (grounding) extension cord, rated 15A, 125V.
3. TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
3.1 OUTSIDE DIMENSIONS (unit: mm [in])
29 (1 5/32")
370 (14 9/16")
42 (1 21/32")
472 (18 9/16")
42 (1 21/32")
120 (4 3/4")
12
(0.4 1/16")
312 (12 1/4")
346 (13 5/8")
27.5 (1 3/32")
22.5(0.8 3/32")
155(6 3/32")
370 (14 9/16")
312 (12 1/4")
472 (18 9/16")
—11—
3.2 PIPING SYSTEM
CONDENSER COILS
FAN
MOTOR
CAPILLARY
TUBE
TURBO FAN
EVAPORATOR
COILS
Following is a brief description of the important components and their function in what is called the refrigeration
system. Reference should be made to Figure 21 to follow the refrigerating cycle and the flow of the refrigerant in
the cooling cycle.
ROOM AIR CONDITIONER
CYCLE OF REFRIGERATION
EVAPORATOR COILS
CONDENSER COILS
SUCTION LINE
COOL LOW PRESSURE VAPOR
COMPLETE LIQUID
BOIL OFF POINT
COOLED
AIR
VAPOR INLET
HOT
DISCHARGED
AIR
ROOM AIR HEAT LOAD
OUTSIDE COOLING
AIR FOR REFRIGERANT
PASS THROUGH
MOTOR
COMPRESSOR
DISCHARGE
LINE
NOT HIGH PRESSURE
VAPOR
OIL
LIQUID
PRESSURE
DROP
LIQUID OUTLET
(LIQUID REFRIGERANT)
HIGH PRESSURE VAPOR
CAPILLARY TUBE
LIQUID REFRIGERANT
LOW PRESSURE VAPOR
Figure 21
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3.3 TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
In general, possible trouble is classified in two kinds.
The one is called Starting Failure which is caused by an electrical defect. The other is Ineffective Air Conditioning caused by a defect in the refrigeration circuit and improper application.
Unit is running but cooling is ineffective.
Ineffective Cooling
Check cold air
circulation for smooth
flow.
Check outdoor coil
(heat exchanger) and
fan operation.
Dirty indoor coil
(heat exchanger)
Check for gas leakage.
Check heat load
increase.
Clean condenser.
Not on dedicated circuit.
Repair gas leak.
Malfunction of fan.
Clogging air filter.
Replacement of unit if
the unit is beyond repair.
Check inside gas
pressure.
Adjust refrigerant
charge.
Obstruction at air outlet.
Remove obstruction.
Malfunction of
compressor.
Check for restriction in refri geration circuit.
Replacement of
compressor.
Remove restriction in
refrigeration circuit.
Satisfactory operation
with temperature
difference of inlet & outlet
air; 18~26°F.
—13—
Fails to Start
Check of circuit breaker
and fuse.
Check voltage power source.
Check control switch
setting.
Gas leakage of feeler
bulb of thermostat.
Check control switch.
Compressor fails to
start.
Fan fails to start.
Drop of power voltage.
Improper thermostat
setting
Defect of compressor or
capacitor.
Loose terminal
connection
Capacitor check.
Improper wiring
Improper wiring.
Defect of fan motor or
capacitor.
Irregular motor
resistance (Ω)
Irregular motor
insulation (Ω)
Replacement.
Replacement of fan motor.
Irregular motor resistance (Ω)
Regular but fails to start.
Irregular motor insulation (Ω)
Replacement of compressor.
Replacement of compressor
(Motor damaged).
—14—
ROOM AIR CONDITIONER VOLTAGE LIMITS
NAME PLATE RATING
MINIMUM
MAXIMUM
115V ± 10%
103.5V
126.5V
COMPLAINT
Fan motor will not run.
CAUSE
REMEDY
No power
Check voltage at outlet. Correct if none.
Power supply cord
Check voltage to electronic control board. If none,
check power supply cord. Replace cord if circuit is
open.
Wire disconnected or
connection loose
Connect wire. Refer to wiring diagram for
terminal identification. Repair or replace loose
terminal.
Capacitor (Discharge
capacitor before testing.)
Test capacitor.
Replace if not within ±10% of manufacturer's
rating. Replace if shorted, open, or damaged.
Will not rotate
Fan blade hitting shroud or blower wheel hitting
scroll. Re-align assembly.
Units using slinger ring condenser fans must
have 1/4" inch clearance to the base.
If necessary, shim up the bottom of the fan motor
with mounting screw(s).
Check fan motor bearings; if motor shaft will not
rotate, replace the motor.
Fan motor runs.
Revolves on overload
Check voltage. See limits on this page.
If not within limits, call an electrician.
Test capacitor.
Check bearings. Does the fan blade rotate
freely?
If not, replace fan motor.
Pay attention to any change from high speed to
low speed. If the speed does not change,
replace the motor.
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COMPLAINT
Compressor cycles on
overload.
Insufficient cooling
Excessive noise
CAUSE
REMEDY
Fan motor
If not running, determine the cause. Replace if
required.
Condenser air flow
restriction
Remove the cabinet, inspect the interior surface
of the condenser. If restricted, clean carefully
with a vacuum cleaner (do not damage fins) or
brush. Clean the interior base before
re-assembling.
Condenser fins
(damaged)
If the condenser fins are closed over a large
area on the coil surface, head pressures will
increase, causing the compressor to cycle.
Straighten the fins or replace the coil.
Capacitor
Test the capacitor.
Wiring
Check the terminals. If loose, repair or replace.
Refrigeration system
Check the system for a restriction.
Air filter
If restricted, clean or replace.
Unit undersized
Determine if the unit is properly sized for the
area to be cooled.
Blower or fan
Check the set screw, or clamp. If loose or missing, correct. If the blower or fan is hitting scroll
or barrier, rearrange the air handling parts.
Copper tubing
Remove the cabinet and carefully rearrange the
tubing not to contact the cabinet,
compressor, shroud, and barrier.
—17—
4. CIRCUIT DIAGRAM
WH
(BL)
(SMPS)
250V/T2A
(250V/T3.15A)
MEZ62420702
LOCATION
NO.
DESCRIPTION
1
POWER CORD ASSY
2
FAN MOTOR
3
COMPRESSOR
4
CAPACITOR
5
OVERLOAD PROTECTOR
—18—
PART NO
Q'TY
CP05N10A PER SET
67300020
1
67400116
1
1
1
67301425
1
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2
145200
:
352390-2
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567480
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LocNo
DESCRIPTION
130410
Base Assembly,Weld
130910
Cabinet
67303719
135312
Grille Assembly,Front
67306008
135303
Grille,Inlet
67306107
145200
Link
67304600
149980
Shroud
67305531
152302
Filter,Air
67400167
237200
Panel,Control
67305507
238310
Escutcheon
67500149
249950
Case Assembly,Control
67305532
264110
Power Cord Assembly
67300020
267110
Remote Controller Assembly
67302240
346811
Motor Assembly,AC,Single
67400116
349480
Orifice
67303414
359012
Fan,Turbo
67302617
550140
Damper,Compressor
67301900
559011
Fan Assembly,Axial
67302613
567480
Thermistor,NTC
67307806
567502
Overload Protect
67301425
749740
Guide
67304010
132100-1
Frame Assembly
67303800
132100-2
Frame Assembly
67303801
147582-1
Louver,Vertical
67304500
147582-2
Louver,Vertical
67304501
268711-1
PCB Assembly,Display
67307611
268711-2
PCB Assembly,Main
67307650
Tube Assembly,Suction
67307651
352390-1
Guide Assembly,Air
67302742
352390-2
Guide Assembly,Air
67302743
W0CZZ
Capacitor,Film,Box
67300730
W48602
Clamp,Spring
67302500
35211A
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CP05N10A
67302931
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CP05 Svc Parts 2010 (05/10)
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