SERVICE MANUAL Spilt Air Conditioner unit Ceiling &

SERVICE MANUAL
Spilt Air Conditioner unit
Ceiling & Floor Type
FSPI-180AE1 / FSOIF-180AE1
FSPI-240AE1 / FSOIF-240AE1
FI_SM_FSPI-180-240-AE1_20131010
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Part 1
Indoor units
1. Features ..................................................................... 3
2. Dimensions ................................................................ 4
3. Service Space............................................................. 5
4. Wiring Diagrams ........................................................ 6
5. Electric Characteristics ............................................. 7
6. Sound Levels ............................................................. 7
7. Accessories................................................................ 8
8. The Specification of Power........................................ 8
9. Field Wiring ................................................................ 9
Features
1. Features
1.1. New design, more modern and elegant appearance.
1.2.
1.2. Convenient installation
--The ceiling type can be easily installed into a corner of the ceiling even if the ceiling is very narrow
--It is especially useful when installation of an air conditioner in the center of the ceiling is impossible
due to a structure such as one lighting.
1.3. Two direction auto swing (vertical & horizontal) and wide angle air flow,
--Air flow directional control minimizes the air resistance and produces wilder air flow to vertical
direction.
--The range of horizontal air discharge is widened which secures wider air flow distribution to provide
more comfortable air circulation no matter where the unit is set up
1.4. Three level fan speed, more humanism design, meets different air-supply requirement.
1.5. New foam drain pan with plastic-spraying inner surface
1.6. Easy operation.
1.7. Remote control and optional wired control method.
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Dimensions
2. Dimensions
Capacity (Btu/h)
A
B
C
D
E
18K, 24K
1068
675
235
983
220
Service Space
3. Service Space
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Wiring Diagrams
4. Wiring Diagrams
18k , 24k indoor
Electric Characteristics
5. Electric Characteristics
Indoor Units
Model
18k
24k
Note:
MFA: Max. Fuse Amps. (A)
Power Supply
Hz
Voltage
Min.
Max.
MFA
50
220-240
198
254
15
50
220-240
198
254
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6. Sound Levels
Microphone
1m
1m
Air outlet side
1.5m
1m
Microphone
Ceiling
Floor
Noise level dB(A)
Model
Sound Power
dB (A)
H
M
L
18k
56
40
36
33
24k
62
50
48
43
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Accessories
7. Accessories
Remote controller & Its
holder
Others
1. Remote controller
1
2. Remote controller holder
1
3. Mounting screw (ST2.9×10-C-H)
2
4. Alkaline dry batteries (AM4)
2
5. Owner's manual
1
6. Installation manual
1
7. Remote controller manual
1
8. The Specification of Power
Model
18k 24k
Phase
INDOOR UNIT POWER
1-phase
Frequency and Voltage
2
POWER WIRING (mm )
CIRCUIT BREAKER (A)
Phase
OUTDOOR UNIT POWER
220-240V, 50Hz
3×1.5
C10
1-phase
Frequency and Voltage
2
POWER WIRING (mm )
CIRCUIT BREAKER (A)
Indoor/Outdoor Connecting Wiring
2
(Weak Electric Signal) (mm )
Indoor/Outdoor Connecting Wiring
2
(Strong Electric Signal) (mm )
220-240V, 50Hz
3×2.5
C16
shielded 3×0.5
Outdoor Units
9. Field Wiring
Outdoor Units
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Outdoor Units
Part 2
Outdoor Units
1. Dimensions .................................................................................................... 11
2. Service Space ................................................................................................ 12
3. Piping Diagrams ............................................................................................ 13
4. Wiring Diagrams ........................................................................................... 14
5. Electric Characteristics ................................................................................ 15
6. Operation Limits ........................................................................................... 16
7. Sound Levels ................................................................................................. 17
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Outdoor Units
Dimensions
1. Dimensions
Model
Unit:mm
A
B
C
D
E
F
H
18k
842
560
335
360
312
324
695
24k
895
590
333
355
302
313
862
Outdoor Units
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Service Space
2. Service Space
(Wall or obstacle)
Air inlet
More than 30cm
Air inlet
More than 60cm
Maintain channel
More than 60cm
Air outlet
12
More than 30cm
More than 200cm
Outdoor Units
Piping Diagrams
3. Piping Diagrams
18k, 24k
INDOOR
OUTDOOR
LIQUID SIDE
CAPILIARY TUBE
Electronic
expansion valve
2-WAY VALVE
T3 Condenser
temp. sensor
HEAT
EXCHANGE
(EVAPORATOR)
T4 Ambient
temp. sensor
T1 Room temp.
sensor
HEAT
EXCHANGE
(CONDENSER)
T2 Evaporator
temp. sensor
GAS SIDE
4-WAY VALVE
3-WAY VALVE
Accumulator
High pressure switch
T5 Discharge
temp. sensor
Low pressure
switch
Compressor
COOLING
HEATING
Outdoor Units
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Wiring Diagrams
4. Wiring Diagrams
18k,24k
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Outdoor Units
Electric
Characteristics
5. Electric Characteristics
Model
Outdoor Unit
Hz
Voltage
Min.
Max.
18k
50
220-240V
198V
254V
24k
50
220-240V
198V
254V
Outdoor Units
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Operation Limits
6. Operation Limits
Temperature
Mode
Room temperature
Outdoor temperature
Cooling operation
Heating operation
≥17℃
≤30℃
-15℃~50℃
-15℃~24℃
CAUTION:
1. If the air conditioner is used beyond the above conditions, certain safety protection features may come
into operation and cause the unit to operate abnormally.
2. The room relative humidity should be less than 80%. If the air conditioner operates beyond this figure, the
surface of the air conditioner may attract condensation. Please set the vertical air flow louver to its maximum
angle (vertically to the floor), and set HIGH fan mode.
3. The optimum performance will be achieved during this operating temperature zone.
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Outdoor Units
Sound Levels
7. Sound Levels
Outdoor Unit
Microphone
H
1.0m
Note: H= 0.5 × height of outdoor unit
Outdoor Units
Model
Sound Power dB(A)
18k
65
24k
69
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Part 3
Installation
1. Installation Procedure...................................................... 19
2. Location selection ............................................................ 20
3. Indoor unit installation..................................................... 21
4. Outdoor unit installation (Side Discharge Unit) ............ 24
5. Refrigerant pipe installation ............................................ 25
6. Drainage pipe installation................................................ 26
7. Vacuum Drying and Leakage Checking ......................... 31
8. Additional refrigerant charge .......................................... 32
9. Engineering of insulation ................................................ 33
10. Engineering of electrical wiring ...................................... 34
11. Test operation ................................................................... 35
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Installation Procedure
1. Installation Procedure
Indoor unit installation
location selection
Outdoor unit installation
location selection
Indoor unit installation
Outdoor unit installation
Refrigerant pipe
installation and insulation
Refrigerant pipe
installation and insulation
Drainage pipe installation
and insulation
Drainage pipe installation
and insulation
Vacuum drying and leakage checking
Additional refrigerant charge
Insulation the joint part of refrigerant pipe
Wiring connection and electric safety checking
Test operation
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Location selection
2. Location selection
2.1 Indoor unit location selection
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The place shall easily support the indoor unit’s weight.
The place can ensure the indoor unit installation and inspection.
The place can ensure the indoor unit horizontally installed.
The place shall allow easy water drainage.
The place shall easily connect with the outdoor unit.
The place where air circulation in the room should be good.
There should not be any heat source or steam near the unit.
There should not be any oil gas near the unit
There should not be any corrosive gas near the unit
There should not be any salty air neat the unit
There should not be strong electromagnetic wave near the unit
There should not be inflammable materials or gas near the unit
There should not be strong voltage vibration.
2.2 Outdoor unit location selection
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The place shall easily support the outdoor unit’s weight.
Locate the outdoor unit as close to indoor unit as possible
The piping length and height drop can not exceed the allowable value.
The place where the noise, vibration and outlet air do not disturb the neighbors.
There is enough room for installation and maintenance.
The air outlet and the air inlet are not impeded, and not face the strong wind.
It is easy to install the connecting pipes and cables.
There is no danger of fire due to leakage of inflammable gas.
It should be a dry and well ventilation place
The support should be flat and horizontal
Do not install the outdoor unit in a dirty or severely polluted place, so as to avoid blockage of the heat
exchanger in the outdoor unit.
 If is built over the unit to prevent direct sunlight, rain exposure, direct strong wend, snow and other scraps
accumulation, make sure that heat radiation from the condenser is not restricted.
More than 30cm
More than 60cm
(Service space)
More than 30cm
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More than 60cm
More than 70cm
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Ceiling & floor indoor unit installation
3. Ceiling & floor indoor unit installation
3.1 Service space for indoor unit
3.2 Bolt pitch
① Ceiling installation
Capacity (Btu/h)
D
E
18K, 24K
983
220
② Wall-mounted installation
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3.3 Install the pendant bolt
① Ceiling installation
Select the position of installation hooks according to the hook holes positions showed in upper picture.
Drill four holes of Ø12mm, 45~50mm deep at the selected positions on the ceiling. Then embed the
expansible hooks (fittings).
② Wall-mounted installation
Install the tapping screws onto the wall.(Refer to picture below)
3.4 Install the main body
① Ceiling installation (The only installation method for the unit with drain pump)
Remove the side board and the grille.
Locate the hanging arm on the hanging screw bolt. Prepare the mounting bolts on the unit.
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Ceiling & floor indoor unit installation
Put the side panels and grilles back.
② Wall-mounted installation
Hang the indoor unit by insert the tapping screws into the hanging arms on the main unit. (The bottom of
body can touch with floor or suspended, but the body must install vertically.)
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Outdoor unit installation (Side Discharge Unit)
4. Outdoor unit installation (Side Discharge Unit)
4.1 Service space for outdoor unit
(Wall or obstacle)
Air inlet
More than 30cm
More than 30cm
More than 60cm
Maintain channel
Air inlet
More than 60cm
Air outlet
More than 200cm
4.2 Bolt pitch
Model
18k
24k
B
560
590
C
335
333
D
360
355
4.3 Install the Unit
Since the gravity center of the unit is not at its physical center, so please be careful when lifting it with a sling.
Never hold the inlet of the outdoor unit to prevent it from deforming.
Do not touch the fan with hands or other objects.
Do not lean it more than 45, and do not lay it sidelong.
Make concrete foundation according to the specifications of the outdoor units.
Fasten the feet of this unit with bolts firmly to prevent it from collapsing in case of earthquake or strong wind.
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Refrigerant pipe installation
5. Refrigerant pipe installation
5.1 Maximum pipe length and height drop
Considering the allowable pipe length and height drop to decide the installation position. Make sure the
distance and height drop between indoor and outdoor unit not exceeded the date in the following table.
Model
Max. Length
Max. Elevation
18,000Btu/h
30m
20m
24,000Btu/h
50m
25m
5.2 The procedure of connecting pipes
90
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5.2.1 Choose the pipe size according to the specification table.
5.2.2 Confirm the cross way of the pipes.
5.2.3 Measure the necessary pipe length.
5.2.4 Cut the selected pipe with pipe cutter
 Make the section flat and smooth.
Lean
Crude
Burr
5.2.5 Insulate the copper pipe
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Before test operation, the joint parts should not be heat insulated.
5.2.6 Flare the pipe
 Insert a flare nut into the pipe before flaring the pipe
 According to the following table to flare the pipe
Flare dimension A (mm)
Pipe diameter
1/4" (6.35)
Flare shape
Min
Max
8.3
8.7
+- 4
90°
45¡
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3/8" (9.52)
12.0
12.4
1/2" (12.7)
15.4
15.8
5/8" (15.9)
18.6
19.1
3/4" (19)
22.9
23.3
ã
A
R0.4~0.8
After flared the pipe, the opening part must be seal by end cover or adhesive tape to avoid duct or
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Drainage pipe installation
exogenous impurity come into the pipe.
5.2.7 Drill holes if the pipes need to pass the wall.
5.2.8 According to the field condition to bend the pipes so that it can pass the wall smoothly.
5.2.9 Bind and wrap the wire together with the insulated pipe if necessary.
5.2.10 Set the wall conduit
5.2.11 Set the supporter for the pipe.
5.2.12 Locate the pipe and fix it by supporter
 For horizontal refrigerant pipe, the distance between supporters should not be exceed 1m.
 For vertical refrigerant pipe, the distance between supporters should not be exceed 1.5m.
5.2.13 Connect the pipe to indoor unit and outdoor unit by using two spanners.
 Be sure to use two spanners and proper torque to fasten the nut, too large torque will damage the
bellmouthing, and too small torque may cause leakage. Refer the following table for different pipe
connection.
Torque
Sketch map
Pipe Diameter
(kgf.cm)
(N.cm)
1/4" (6.35)
144~176
1420~1720
3/8" (9.52)
333~407
3270~3990
1/2" (12.7)
504~616
4950~6030
5/8" (15.9)
630~770
6180~7540
3/4" (19)
990~1210
9270~11860
6. Drainage pipe installation
Install the drainage pipe as shown below and take measures against condensation. Improperly installation
could lead to leakage and eventually wet furniture and belongings.
6.1 Installation principle
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Ensure at least 1/100 slope of the drainage pipe
Adopt suitable pipe diameter
Adopt nearby condensate water discharge
6.2 Key points of drainage water pipe installation
6.2.1 Considering the pipeline route and elevation
 Before installing condensate water pipeline, determine its route and elevation to avoid intersection with
other pipelines and ensure slope is straight.
6.2.2 Drainage pipe selection
 The drainage pipe diameter shall not small than the drain hose of indoor unit
 According to the water flowrate and drainage pipe slope to choose the suitable pipe, the water flowrate
is decided by the capacity of indoor unit.
Relationship between water flowrate and capacity of indoor unit
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Capacity (x1000Btu)
Water flowrate (l/h)
12
2.4
18
4
24
6
30
7
36
8
42
10
48
12
60
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Drainage pipe installation
According to the above table to calculate the total water flowrate for the confluence pipe selection.
For horizontal drainage pipe (The following table is for reference)
PVC pipe
Reference value of inner
diameter of pipe (mm)
PVC25
Allowable maximum water flowrate (l/h)
Slope 1/50
Slope 1/100
20
39
27
PVC32
25
70
50
PVC40
31
125
88
PVC50
40
247
175
PVC63
51
473
334
Remark
For branch pipe
Could be used for confluence pipe
Attention: Adopt PVC40 or bigger pipe to be the main pipe.
For Vertical drainage pipe (The following table is for reference)
PVC25
Reference value of inner
diameter of pipe (mm)
20
PVC32
25
410
PVC40
31
730
PVC50
40
1440
PVC63
51
2760
PVC75
67
5710
PVC90
77
8280
PVC pipe
Allowable maximum water flowrate (l/h)
220
Remark
For branch pipe
Could be used for confluence pipe
Attention: Adopt PVC40 or bigger pipe to be the main pipe.
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6.2.3 Individual design of drainage pipe system
 The drainage pipe of air conditioner shall be installed separately with other sewage pipe, rainwater pipe
and drainage pipe in building.
 The drainage pipe of the indoor unit with water pump should be apart from the one without water pump.
6.2.4 Supporter gap of drainage pipe
 In general, the supporter gap of the drainage pipe horizontal pipe and vertical pipe is respectively
1m~1.5m and 1.5m~2.0m.
 Each vertical pipe shall be equipped with not less than two hangers.
 Overlarge hanger gap for horizontal pipe shall create bending, thus leading to air block.
Too long distance
Gas bag
6.2.5 The horizontal pipe layout should avoid converse flow or bad flow
Drainage pipe
Drainage pipe
Water flow
Water flow
Water flow
Drain tee
Drain tee
Water flow
Drain tee
Water flow
Water flow
Water flow
Water flow
Water flow
Water flow
Branch pipe
Drainage pipe
Gas
Gas
Water flow
Keep a certain degree
Main pipe
Main pipe
Branch pipe
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The correct installation will not cause converse water flow and the slope of the branch pipes can be
adjusted freely
 The false installation will cause converse water flow and the slope of the branch pipe can not be
adjusted.
6.2.6 Water storage pipe setting
 If the indoor unit has high extra static pressure and without water pump to elevate the condensate water,
such as high extra static pressure duct unit , the water storage pipe should be set to avoid converse flow
or blow water phenomena.
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Drainage pipe installation
Indoor unit
More than 50mm
Plug
More than 25mm
Water storage pipe
6.2.7 Lifting pipe setting of indoor unit with water pump
 The length of lifting pipe should not exceed the pump head of indoor unit water pump.
Pump head of big four way cassette: 750mm
Pump head of compact four way cassette: 500mm
 The drainage pipe should be set down inclined after the lifting pipe immediately to avoid wrong
operation of water level switch.
 Refer the following picture for installation reference.
Hanger
A
Down incline pipe
A:Length of vertical pipe≤150mm
B: Lift height≤the pump head of water pump
B
Flexible pipe 300mm
6.2.8 Blowhole setting
 For the concentrated drainage pipe system, there should design a blowhole at the highest point of main
pipe to ensure the condensate water discharge smoothly.
 The air outlet shall face down to prevent dirt entering pipe.
 Each indoor unit of the system should be installed it.
 The installation should be considering the convenience for future cleaning.
Blowhole
Indoor unit
Plug
Indoor unit
Plug
6.2.9 The end of drainage pipe shall not contact with ground directly.
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6.3 Drainage test
6.3.1 Water leakage test
After finishing the construction of drainage pipe system, fill the pipe with water and keep it for 24 hours to
check whether there is leakage at joint section.
6.3.2 Water discharge test
1. Natural drainage mode(the indoor unit with outdoor drainage pump)
Infuse above 600ml water through water test hole slowly into the water collector, observe whether the
water can discharge through the transparent hard pipe at drainage outlet.
2. Pump drainage mode
2.1 Disconnect the plug of water level switch, remove the cover of water test hole and slowly infuse about
2000ml water through the water test hole, be sure that the water will not touch the motor of drainage
pump.
2.2 Power on and let the air conditioner operate for cooling. Check operation status of drainage pump, and
then connect the plug of water level switch, check the operation sound of water pump and observe
whether the water can discharge through the transparent hard pipe at drainage outlet. (In light of the
length of drainage pipe, water shall be discharged about 1 minute delayed)
2.3 Stop the operation of air conditioner, power off the power supply and put the cover of water test hole
back to the original place.
a. After stopped the air conditioner 3 minutes, check whether there is anything abnormal. If drainage pipes
have not been distributed properly, over back-flow water shall cause the flashing of alarm indicator at
remote-controlled receiving board and even water shall run over the water collector.
b. Continuously infusing water until water level alarmed, check whether the drainage pump could
discharge water at once. If water level does not decline under warning water level 3 minutes later, it
shall cause shutdown of unit. When this situation happens, the normal startup only can be recovered by
turning down power supply and eliminating accumulated water.
Note: Drain plug at the main water-containing plate is used for eliminating accumulated water in
water-containing plate when maintaining air conditioner fault. During normal operation, the plug shall be
filled in to prevent leakage.
6.4 Insulation work of drainage pipe
Refer the introduction to the insulation engineering parts.
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Vacuum Drying and Leakage Checking
7. Vacuum Drying and Leakage Checking
7.1 Purpose of vacuum drying
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Eliminating moisture in system to prevent the phenomena of ice-blockage and copper oxidation.
Ice-blockage shall cause abnormal operation of system, while copper oxide shall damage compressor.
Eliminating the non-condensable gas (air) in system to prevent the components oxidizing, pressure
fluctuation and bad heat exchange during the operation of system.
7.2 Selection of vacuum pump
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The ultimate vacuum degree of vacuum pump shall be -756mmHg or above.
Precision of vacuum pump shall reach 0.02mmHg or above.
7.3 Operation procedure for vacuum drying
Due to different construction environment, two kinds of vacuum drying ways could be chosen, namely
ordinary vacuum drying and special vacuum drying.
7.3.1 Ordinary vacuum drying
1. When conduct first vacuum drying, connect pressure gauge to the infusing mouth of gas pipe and liquid
pipe, and keep vacuum pump running for 1hour (vacuum degree of vacuum pump shall be reached
-755mmHg).
2 If the vacuum degree of vacuum pump could not reach -755mmHg after 1 hour of drying, it indicates
that there is moisture or leakage in pipeline system and need to go on with drying for half an hour.
3 If the vacuum degree of vacuum pump still could not reach -755mmHg after 1.5 hours of drying, check
whether there is leakage source.
4 Leakage test: After the vacuum degree reaches -755mmHg, stop vacuum drying and keep the pressure
for 1 hour. If the indicator of vacuum gauge does not go up, it is qualified. If going up, it indicates that
there is moisture or leak source.
7.3.2 Special vacuum drying
The special vacuum drying method shall be adopted when:
1. Finding moisture during flushing refrigerant pipe.
2. Conducting construction on rainy day, because rain water might penetrated into pipeline.
3. Construction period is long, and rain water might penetrated into pipeline.
4. Rain water might penetrate into pipeline during construction.
Procedures of special vacuum drying are as follows:
1. Vacuum drying for 1 hour.
2. Vacuum damage, filling nitrogen to reach 0.5Kgf/cm2 .
Because nitrogen is dry gas, vacuum damage could achieve the effect of vacuum drying, but this
method could not achieve drying thoroughly when there is too much moisture. Therefore, special
attention shall be drawn to prevent the entering of water and the formation of condensate water.
3. Vacuum drying again for half an hour.
If the pressure reached -755mmHg, start to pressure leakage test. If it can not reached the value,
repeat vacuum damage and vacuum drying again for 1 hour.
4 Leakage test: After the vacuum degree reaches -755mmHg, stop vacuum drying and keep the pressure
for 1 hour. If the indicator of vacuum gauge does not go up, it is qualified. If going up, it indicates that
there is moisture or leak source.
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Additional refrigerant charge
8. Additional refrigerant charge
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After the vacuum drying process is carried out, the additional refrigerant charge process need to be
performed.
The outdoor unit is factory charged with refrigerant. The additional refrigerant charge volume is decided
by the diameter and length of the liquid pipe between indoor and outdoor unit. Refer the following
formula to calculate the charge volume.
Diameter of liquid pipe (mm)
Formula
Φ6.35
Φ9.52
Φ12.7
V=11g/m×(L-5)
V=30g/m×(L-5)
V=60g/m×(L-5)
V: Additional refrigerant charge volume (g).
L : The length of the liquid pipe (m).
Note:
 Refrigerant may only be charged after performed the vacuum drying process.
 Always use gloves and glasses to protect your hands and eyes during the charge work.
 Use electronic scale or fluid infusion apparatus to weight refrigerant to be recharged. Be sure to avoid
extra refrigerant charged, it may cause liquid hammer of the compressor or protections.
 Use supplementing flexible pipe to connect refrigerant cylinder, pressure gauge and outdoor unit. And
The refrigerant should be charged in liquid state. Before recharging, The air in the flexible pipe and
manifold gauge should be exhausted.
 After finished refrigerant recharge process, check whether there is refrigerant leakage at the connection
joint part.(Using gas leakage detector or soap water to detect).
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Engineering of insulation
9. Engineering of insulation
9.1 Insulation of refrigerant pipe
9.1.1 Operational procedure of refrigerant pipe insulation
Cut the suitable pipe → insulation (except joint section) → flare the pipe → piping layout and connection→
vacuum drying → insulate the joint parts
9.1.2 Purpose of refrigerant pipe insulation
 During operation, temperature of gas pipe and liquid pipe shall be over-heating or over-cooling
extremely. Therefore, it is necessary to carry out insulation; otherwise it shall debase the performance
of unit and burn compressor.
 Gas pipe temperature is very low during cooling. If insulation is not enough, it shall form dew and cause
leakage.
 Temperature of gas pipe is very high (generally 50-100℃) during heating. Insulation work must be
carried out to prevent hurt by carelessness touching.
9.1.3 Insulation material selection for refrigerant pipe
 The burning performance should over 120℃
 According to the local law to choose insulation materials
 The thickness of insulation layer shall be above 10mm.If in hot or wet environment place, the layer of
insulation should be thicker accordingly.
9.1.4 Installation highlights of insulation construction
 Gas pipe and liquid pipe shall be insulated separately, if the gas pipe and liquid pipe were insulated
together; it will decrease the performance of air conditioner.
Liquid pipe
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Insulation meterial
Gas pipe
The insulation material at the joint pipe shall be 5~10cm longer than the gap of the insulation material.
The insulation material at the joint pipe shall be inserted into the gap of the insulation material.
The insulation material at the joint pipe shall be banded to the gap pipe and liquid pipe tightly.
The linking part should be use glue to paste together
Be sure not bind the insulation material over-tight, it may extrude out the air in the material to cause bad
insulation and cause easy aging of the material.
9.2 Insulation of drainage pipe
9.2.1 Operational procedure of refrigerant pipe insulation
Select the suitable pipe → insulation (except joint section) → piping layout and connection→ drainage test→
insulate the joint parts
9.2.2 Purpose of drainage pipe insulation
The temperature of condensate drainage water is very low. If insulation is not enough, it shall form dew and
cause leakage to damage the house decoration.
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9.2.3 Insulation material selection for drainage pipe
 The insulation material should be flame retardant material, the flame retardancy of the material should
be selected according to the local law.
 Thickness of insulation layer is usually above 10mm.
 Use specific glue to paste the seam of insulation material, and then bind with adhesive tape. The width
of tape shall not be less than 5cm. Make sure it is firm and avoid dew.
9.2.4 Installation and highlights of insulation construction
 The single pipe should be insulated before connecting to another pipe, the joint part should be insulated
after the drainage test.
 There should be no insulation gap between the insulation material.
10. Engineering of electrical wiring
10.1 Highlights of electrical wiring installation
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All field wiring construction should be finished by qualified electrician.
Air conditioning equipment should be grounded according to the local electrical regulations.
Current leakage protection switch should be installed.
Do not connect the power wire to the terminal of signal wire.
When power wire is parallel with signal wire, put wires to their own wire tube and remain at least 300mm
gap.
According to table in indoor part named “the specification of the power” to choose the wiring, make sure
the selected wiring not small than the date showing in the table.
Select different colors for different wire according to relevant regulations.
Do not use metal wire tube at the place with acid or alkali corrosion, adopt plastic wire tube to replace it.
There must be not wire connect joint in the wire tube If joint is a must, set a connection box at the place.
The wiring with different voltage should not be in one wire tube.
Ensure that the color of the wires of outdoor and the terminal No. are same as those of indoor unit
respectively.
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Test operation
11. Test operation
11.1 The test operation must be carried out after the entire installation has been
completed.
11.2 Please confirm the following points before the test operation.
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The indoor unit and outdoor unit are installed properly.
Tubing and wiring are correctly completed.
The refrigerant pipe system is leakage-checked.
The drainage is unimpeded.
The ground wiring is connected correctly.
The length of the tubing and the added stow capacity of the refrigerant have been recorded.
The power voltage fits the rated voltage of the air conditioner.
There is no obstacle at the outlet and inlet of the outdoor and indoor units.
The gas-side and liquid-side stop values are both opened.
The air conditioner is pre-heated by turning on the power.
11.3 Test operation
Set the air conditioner under the mode of "COOLING" by remote controller, and check the following points.
Indoor unit
 Whether the switch on the remote controller works well.
 Whether the buttons on the remote controller works well.
 Whether the air flow louver moves normally.
 Whether the room temperature is adjusted well.
 Whether the indicator lights normally.
 Whether the temporary buttons works well.
 Whether the drainage is normal.
 Whether there is vibration or abnormal noise during operation.
Outdoor unit
 Whether there is vibration or abnormal noise during operation.
 Whether the generated wind, noise, or condensed of by the air conditioner have influenced your
neighborhood.
 Whether any of the refrigerant is leaked.
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1. Electrical Control Function ..................................... 37
2. Troubleshooting ...................................................... 46
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1. Electrical Control Function
1.1 Definition
T1: Indoor room temperature
T2: Coil temperature of indoor heat exchanger middle.
T2B: Coil temperature of indoor heat exchanger outlet.
T3: Coil temperature of condenser
T4: Outdoor ambient temperature
T5: Compressor discharge temperature
1.2 Main Protection
1.2.1 Time delay at restart for compressor.
1.2.2 Temperature protection of compressor top
The unit will stop working when the compressor top temp. protector cut off, and will restart after the
compressor top temp. protector restart.
1.2.3 Temperature protection of compressor discharge
When the compressor discharge temp. is getting higher, the running frequency will be limited as below rules:
----If 102℃<T5<115℃, decrease the frequency to the lower level every 2 minutes till to F1.
---If T5>115℃ for 10 seconds, the compressor will stop and restart till T5<90℃.
1.2.4 Sensor protection at open circuit and breaking disconnection.
1.2.5 Indoor fan delayed open function
When the unit starts up, the louver will be active immediately and the indoor fan will open 10s later.
If the unit runs in heating mode, the indoor fan will be also controlled by anti-cold wind function.
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1.3 Operation Modes and Functions
1.3.1 Fan mode
(1) Outdoor fan and compressor stop.
(2) Temperature setting function is disabled, and no setting temperature is displayed.
(3) Indoor fan can be set to high/(med)/low/auto;
(4) The louver operates same as in cooling mode.
5.0
High
4.0
Medium
3.0
2.0
Low
Ts=24
1.3.2 Cooling Mode
1.3.2.1 Outdoor PMW open angle control
The unit is working in cooling mode with the EXV open 300P for 3 minutes, then adjusting PMW open angle
according to the temperature of compressor discharge every 2 minutes.
1.3.2.2 Outdoor fan running rules
T4
28℃
A
DC_FAN_HI_SPD_ADD
B
DC_FAN_MID_SPD_ADD
C
DC_FAN_MIN_SPD_ADD
D
DC_FAN_SLOW_SPD_ADD
E
DC_FAN_SSLOW_SPD_ADD
26℃
25℃
23℃
22℃
20℃
19℃
17℃
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1.3.2.3 Indoor fan running rules
5.0
High
4.0
Medium
3.0
2.0
Low
1.3.2.4 Evaporator low temperature T2 protection.
When T2<2
and lasts for 3 minutes, the indoor has no capacity demand and resume till T2≥7 .
1.3.2.5 Condenser high temperature T3 protection
When T3≥65℃ for 3 seconds, the compressor will shut off. When T3<52,the compressor will restart.
1.3.3 Heating Mode
1.3.2.1 Outdoor PMW open angle control
The unit is working in heating mode with the EXV open 300P(For 12K,it is 480P) for 3 minutes, then
adjusting PMW open angle according to the temperature of compressor discharge every 2 minutes.
1.3.3.2 Outdoor fan running rules:
T4
21℃
E
DC_FAN_SSLOW_SPD_ADD
D
DC_FAN_SLOW_SPD_ADD
C
DC_FAN_MIN_SPD_ADD
B
DC_FAN_MID_SPD_ADD
A
DC_FAN_HI_SPD_ADD
19℃
18℃
16℃
15℃
13℃
12℃
10℃
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1.3.3.3 Indoor fan running rules:
When the compressor is on, the indoor fan can be set to high/(med)/low/auto. And the anti-cold wind
function has the priority.
Auto fan action:
¤
T1-Ts-¦ T
Low
-2
-3
Medium
-4
-5
High
Anti-cold Wind Function:
T2
TE5
Setting fan speed
TE6
TE2
Low
TE3
TE1
Breeze
TE4
Fan off
1.3.3.4 Defrosting mode:
Condition of defrosting:
T4
Time1
3℃
Time2
Time conditions:
time1
Time conditions(Meet the following conditions)
1.Running in heating mode
2. T4≥3℃
3. Compressor is on
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4. T3≤TempEnterDefrost_ADD ℃
Cleared conditions (Meet any one of the following conditions)
1. Compressor is off.
2. T3>TempEnterDefrost_ADD ℃
Time2
Time conditions(Meet the following conditions)
1.Running in heating mode
2. T4<3℃
3. Compressor is on
4. T3≤TempEnterDefrost_ADD ℃
Cleared conditions (Meet any one of the following conditions)
1. Compressor is off and T3>TempEnterDefrost_ADD +2℃ last for 20 minutes
2. Running in cooling mode.
3. Compressor is off for 1 hour.
Condition of entry defrosting:
time1+ time2≥40 minutes, When defrosting is end,time1 and time2 are cleared.
Condition of ending defrosting:
If any one of following items is satisfied, defrosting will stop and the machine will turn to normal heating
mode.
① The defrosting time achieves 10min;
② T3 ≥15℃;
③ T3 ≥7℃ for 60seconds.
Defrosting action:
4-Way valve
no longer than 10min
Compressor
Indoor fan
TimeA 10S
10S 30S
Outdoor fan
PMV running
8 mins with 300P
PMV
480P
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1.3.3.5 High evaporator coil temp.T2 protection:
T2>60℃, the compressor will stop and restart when T2<54℃.
1.3.4 Auto-mode
This mode can be chosen with remote controller and the setting temperature can be changed between
17~30℃.
In auto mode, the machine will choose cooling, heating or fan-only mode according to ΔT (ΔT =T1-Ts).
ΔT=T1-Ts
Running mode
ΔT≥2℃
Cooling
-1≤ΔT<2℃
Fan-only
ΔT<-1℃
Heating
Indoor fan will run at auto fan of the relevant mode.
The louver operates same as in relevant mode.
If the machine switches mode between heating and cooling, the compressor will keep stopping for 15
minutes and then choose mode according to T1-Ts.
If the setting temperature is modified, the machine will choose running function again.
1.3.5 Drying mode
Drying mode works the same as cooling mode in low speed.
All protections are active and the same as that in cooling mode.
1.3.6 Timer function
1.3.6.1 Timing range is 24 hours.
1.3.6.2 Timer on. The machine will turn on automatically when reaching the setting time.
1.3.6.3 Timer off. The machine will turn off automatically when reaching the setting time.
1.3.6.4 Timer on/off. The machine will turn on automatically when reaching the setting “on” time, and then
turn off automatically when reaching the setting “off” time.
1.3.6.5 Timer off/on. The machine will turn off automatically when reaching the setting “off” time, and then
turn on automatically when reaching the setting “on” time.
1.3.6.6 The timer function will not change the AC current operation mode. Suppose AC is off now, it will not
start up firstly after setting the “timer off” function. And when reaching the setting time, the timer LED will be
off and the AC running mode has not been changed.
1.3.6.7 The setting time is relative time.
1.3.7 Economy function
1.3.7.1 The sleep function is available in cooling, heating or auto mode.
1.3.7.2. Operation process in sleep mode is as follow:
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When cooling, the setting temperature rises 1℃ (be lower than 30℃) every one hour, 2 hours later the
setting temperature stops rising and the indoor fan is fixed at low speed.
When heating, the setting temperature decreases 1℃ (be higher than 17℃) every one hour, 2 hours later
the setting temperature stops rising and indoor fan is fixed at low speed. (Anti-cold wind function has the
priority).
1.3.7.3 Operation time in sleep mode is 7 hours. After 7 hours the AC quits this mode but doesn’t turns off,
but for console, the unit will turn off.
1.3.7.4 Timer setting is available
1.3.8 Auto-Restart function
The indoor unit is equipped with auto-restart function, which is carried out through an auto-restart module. In
case of a sudden power failure, the module memorizes the setting conditions before the power failure. The
unit will resume the previous operation setting (not including Swing function) automatically after 3 minutes
when power returns.
1.3.9 Drain pump control (only optional )
1.3.10 Follow me (with wireless remote)
1)
If the indoor PCB receives the signal which results from pressing the FOLLOW ME button on remote
controller, the buzzer will emit a sound and this indicates the follow me function is initiated. But when the
indoor PCB receives signal which sent from remote controller every 3 minutes, the buzzer will not
respond. When the unit is running with follow-me function, the PCB will control the unit according to the
temperature from follow-me signal, and the temperature collection function of room temperature sensor
will be shielded.
2)
When the follow-me function is available, the PCB will not respond according to the setting temperature
from follow-me signal every 3 minutes.
3)
The PCB will take action to the mode change information from remote controller signal, and the
follow-me function will be turned off. (if the wired remote controller does not initiate follow me function).
4)
When the unit is running with follow-me function, if the PCB doesn’t receive any signal from remote
controller for 7 minutes or pressing FOLLOW ME button again, the follow-me function will be turned off
automatically, and the temperature collection function of room temperature sensor will be available, the
PCB will control the unit according to the room temperature detected from its own room temperature
sensor and setting temperature.
5)
When the indoor PCB receives the follow-me signal from wired remote controller, the control is the
same as that from wireless remote controller, but buzzer will not respond. When the PCB receives
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turning-off follow-me signal from wired remote controller, the unit will quit follow-me function at once.
The follow-me function controlled by wired remote controller prevails that by wireless remote controller.
1.3.11 Point Check Function
There is a check switch in outdoor PCB.
Press the switch SW1 to check the states of unit when the unit is running.
Press the switch N times it will display the content corresponding to No. N. After getting into the check
function, it will display No. N with 1.5s, meanwhile the low bit decimal of digit display flashing, indicated to
get into the check function display. After 1.5s, it will display the content corresponding to No. N.
the digital display tube will display the follow procedure when push SW1 each time.
N
Remark
00
Normal display
01
Indoor unit capacity demand code
02
04
Amendatory capacity demand code
The frequency after the capacity requirement
transfer
The frequency after the frequency limit
05
The frequency of sending to 341
06
Indoor unit evaporator outlet temp.(heating T2,
cooling T2B)
07
Condenser pipe temp.(T3)
08
Outdoor ambient temp.(T4)
09
Compressor discharge temp.(Tp)
10
AD value of current
11
AD value of voltage
12
Indoor unit running mode code
Off:0, Fan only 1,Cooling:2, Heating:3
13
Outdoor unit running mode code
14
EXV open angle
15
Frequency limit symbol
Off:0, Fan only 1,Cooling:2, Heating:3, Forced cooling:4
Actual data/4.
If the value is higher than 99, the digital display tube will show
single digit and tens digit.
For example ,the digital display tube show “2.0”,it means the
EXV open angle is 120×4=480p.)
Frequency limit
Bit7
caused by IGBT
radiator
Frequency limit
Bit6
The display value is hex
caused by PFC
number. For example,
Frequency limit
Bit5
the digital display tube
caused by T4.
show 2A,then Bit5=1,
Frequency limit
Bit4
Bit3=1, Bit1=1.
caused by T2.
It means frequency limit
Frequency limit
caused by T4,T3 and
Bit3
caused by T3.
current.
Frequency limit
Bit2
caused by Tp.
Frequency limit
Bit1
caused by current
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Display
Display running frequency, running state or malfunction code
Actual data*HP*10
If capacity demand code is higher than 99, the digital display
tube will show single digit and tens digit. (For example, the
digital display tube show “5.0”,it means the capacity demand
is 15. the digital display tube show “60”,it means the capacity
demand is 6.0)
If the temp. is lower than 0 degree, the digital display tube will
show “0”.If the temp. is higher than 70 degree, the digital
display tube will show “70”.
If the temp. is lower than -9 degree, the digital display tube will
show “-9”.If the temp. is higher than 70 degree, the digital
display tube will show “70”. If the indoor unit is not connected,
the digital display tube will show: “――”
The display value is between 13~129 degree. If the temp. is
lower than 13 degree, the digital display tube will show “13”.If
the temp. is higher than 99 degree, the digital display tube will
show single digit and tens digit. (For example, the digital
display tube show “0.5”,it means the compressor discharge
temp. is 105 degree. the digital display tube show “1.6”,it
means the compressor discharge temp. is 116 degree)
The display value is hex number.
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Bit0
16
Frequency limit
caused by voltage
DC fan motor speed
17
IGBT radiator temp.
18
Indoor unit number
The display value is between 30~120 degree. If the temp. is
lower than 30 degree, the digital display tube will show “30”.If
the temp. is higher than 99 degree, the digital display tube will
show single digit and tens digit. (For example, the digital
display tube show “0.5”,it means the IGBT radiator temp. is
105 degree. the digital display tube show “1.6”,it means the
IGBT radiator temp. is 116 degree)
The indoor unit can communicate with outdoor unit well.
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Condenser pipe temp. of 1# indoor unit
If the temp. is lower than 0 degree, the digital display tube will
20
Condenser pipe temp. of 2# indoor unit
show “0”.If the temp. is higher than 70 degree, the digital
display tube will show “70”. If the capacity demand is 0, , the
21
Condenser pipe temp. of 3# indoor unit
22
1# Indoor unit capacity demand code
23
2# Indoor unit capacity demand code
24
3# Indoor unit capacity demand code
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digital display tube will show “0. If the indoor unit is not
connected, the digital display tube will show: “――”(heating
T2,cooling T2B)
Actual data*HP*10
If capacity demand code is higher than 99, the digital display
tube will show single digit and tens digit. (For example, the
digital display tube show “5.0”,it means the capacity demand
is 15. the digital display tube show “60”,it means the capacity
demand is 6.0). If the indoor unit is not connected, the digital
display tube will show: “――”
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2. Troubleshooting
2.1 Display board
Display board of Ceiling-floor indoor unit
2.2 Indoor unit malfunction
NO.
Malfunction
Defrosting
lamp
Alarm
lamp
Running lamp
Timer
lamp
Display(digital
tube)
1
Communication malfunction between indoor
and outdoor units.
X
X
X
☆
E1
2
Open or short circuit of T1 temperature
sensor
X
X
☆
X
E2
3
Open or short circuit of T2 temperature
sensor
X
X
☆
X
E3
4
Open or short circuit of T2B temperature
sensor
X
X
☆
X
E4
5
Indoor EEPROM malfunction
☆
X
X
X
E7
6
Indoor fan speed is out of control
☆
☆
X
X
E8
7
Refrigerant Leakage Detection
☆
☆
O
X
EC
8
Outdoor unit malfunction
X
◎
X
X
Ed
9
Full-water malfunction
X
☆
X
X
EE
10
Communication malfunction between main
PCB and up-down panel PCB
☆
☆
☆
X
F0
11
Up-down panel malfunction
☆
☆
X
☆
F1
12
Up-down panel is not closed
☆
☆
X
O
F2
13
Communication malfunction between master
unit and slave unit
X
☆
X
☆
F3
14
Other malfunction of master unit or slave unit
X
☆
☆
X
F4
O (on)
X(off) ☆(flash at 5Hz) ◎(flash at 0.5Hz)
F0,F1,F2 is only available for super-slim cassette
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2.3 Outdoor unit malfunction
Display
Malfunction or Protection
E0
Outdoor EEPROM malfunction
E2
Indoor / outdoor units communication error
E3
Communication malfunction between IPM board and outdoor main board
E4
Open or short circuit of T3 or T4 temperature sensor
E5
Voltage protection of compressor
P0
Top temperature protection of compressor
P3
Current protection of compressor
P4
Discharge temperature protection of compressor
P5
High temperature protection of condenser
P6
IPM module protection
P7
High temperature protection of evaporator
In low ambient cooling mode, the LED displays“LC” or alternative displays between running frequency
and “LC”(each displays 0.5s)
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2.4 Solving steps for typical malfunction
2.4.1 For the indoor unit
2.4.1.1 Open or short circuit of temperature sensor
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2.4.1.2. Outdoor unit malfunction
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2.4.1.3. Indoor EEPROM malfunction
2.4.1.4. Full-water malfunction
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2.4.1.5. Indoor fan Speed has been out of control. (Only for the units used AC motor)
Shut off the power supply
and turn it on 5 seconds
later.Is it still displaying
the error code?
No
The unit operates normally.
Yes
Shut off the power
supply , rotate the cross
fan by hand. Does it
rotate properly?
Disassembly the
connection between
fan and motor, check if
the bearing is normal?
No
No
Yes
Yes
Check the wires of
fan motor. Are all the
connections good?
Replace the bearing.
No
Correct the connections.
Replace indoor fan motor.
Yes
Check the resistance value of
indoor fan motor, is it normal?
No
Yes
Replace indoor PCB.
2.4.1.7. Refrigerant Leakage Detection
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2.4.2 For the outdoor unit
2.4.2.1. E0 malfunction
E0 display
Outdoor EEPROM malfunction
Yes
If the EEPROM chip
is welded on PCB,
replace the PCB
directly. Otherwise,
check whether the
EEPROM chip
plugged in PCB well?
No
Insert the EEPROM well
Yes
Replace the outdoor main board
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2.4.2.2. E2 malfunction
E2 display
Indoor / outdoor units communication error
Power off, then turn on the unit 5
seconds later(reconnect the power
wire).Is the error still displaying
after several minutes?
Yes
Check whether there’s any
interference.
Such as too many lamps, power
transformers? Or the signal wire
is too long?
Yes
Remove interference.
Increase the capacity of antiinterference
No
Adopt shield cable/Shield
cable earthing.
No
Check whether the signal wire
is shield cable or whether the
shield cable is earthing?
Yes
Check whether the wire is
correct polarity? P to P, Q to Q,
E to E?
No
Correct the connection.
Yes
Replace the signal wire.
No
Pull out and insert back.
Yes
Check whether the signal wire
is broken?
No
Check whether the signal wires
insert on PCB well?
Yes
Replace indoor PCB, is the error
distinguished?
No
Replace the outdoor PCB.
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2.4.2.3. E3 malfunction
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2.4.2.4. E4 malfunction
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2.4.2.5. E5 malfunction (For single phase units)
E5 display
Voltage protection
Check the voltage of
outdoor unit power supply,
whether the voltage
between L(1) and N is about
220~240VAC
No
Check the power supply
Yes
Replace the power board,
then check whether the
system can run normally
No
Check whether the voltage
of IPM board P and N is
normal? DC277-356V for
18K/24K/30KBtu/h; DC277410V for 36K/48KBtu/h
Yes
No
Replace bridge rectifiers,
and then check whether the
system can run normally
Yes
Yes
No
Replace IPM board, and
then check whether the
system can run normally
Yes
No
Replace outdoor main board
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Trouble is solved
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2.4.2.6. P0 malfunction
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2.4.2.7. P3 malfunction
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2.4.2.8. P4 malfunction
When compressor discharge temperature is higher than 115°C, the unit will stop, and unit runs again when
compressor discharge temperature is lower than 90°C.
P4 display
Temperature protection of
compressor discharge
Check whether the
compressor discharge temp.
is more than 115°C ?
Check whether the
refrigerant is leak
Yes
Yes
Stop leaking and add refrigerant
No
Check whether the wiring
connection is right between
compressor discharge temp.
sensor and PCB according
to wiring diagrams?
No
Correct the wiring connection
Yes
Judge: The
discharge temp.
sensor is broken
Method: Check whether the
resistance of compressor
discharge temp. sensor is
right refer to the Appendix 2
No
Replace the compressor discharge temp. sensor
Yes
Replace outdoor main board
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2.4.2.9. P5 malfunction
When condenser high temp. is more than 65°C, the unit will stop, and unit runs again when outdoor pipe
temp. less than 52°C.
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2.4.2.10. P6 malfunction (For single phase units)
At first test the resistance between every two ports of U, V, W of IPM and P, N. If any result of them is 0 or
close to 0, the IPM is defective. Otherwise, please follow the procedure below:
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2.4.2.11. P7 malfunction
P7 display
High temperature protection of
evaporator
Whether compressor
operates?
No
Whether the
connection is
good?
Yes
Yes
Check whether the heat
exchanger is dirty, the airoutlet is blocked and the
indoor fan is running
normal?
Check the
resistance value of
the sensor via
Appendix 1,Is it
normal?
No
Reconnect and retest
No
Replace the temperature sensor
No
Clean the heat exchanger and
the air-outlet
Yes
Whether the indoor
PCB is normal?
No
Replace the indoor PCB
Check whether the
indoor fan is running
normal
No
Check refrigerant system
(such as clogging of
capillary etc.)
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Appendix 1 Temperature Sensor Resistance Value Table (℃--K)
℃
K Ohm
℃
-20
20
K Ohm
12.6431
60
K Ohm
2.35774
100
K Ohm
0.62973
-19
115.266
108.146
21
12.0561
61
2.27249
101
0.61148
-18
101.517
22
11.5000
62
2.19073
102
0.59386
-17
96.3423
23
10.9731
63
2.11241
103
0.57683
-16
89.5865
24
10.4736
64
2.03732
104
0.56038
-15
84.2190
25
10.000
65
1.96532
105
0.54448
-14
79.3110
26
9.55074
66
1.89627
106
0.52912
-13
74.5360
27
9.12445
67
1.83003
107
0.51426
-12
70.1698
28
8.71983
68
1.76647
108
0.49989
-11
66.0898
29
8.33566
69
1.70547
109
0.48600
-10
62.2756
30
7.97078
70
1.64691
110
0.47256
-9
58.7079
31
7.62411
71
1.59068
111
0.45957
-8
56.3694
32
7.29464
72
1.53668
112
0.44699
-7
52.2438
33
6.98142
73
1.48481
113
0.43482
-6
49.3161
34
6.68355
74
1.43498
114
0.42304
-5
46.5725
35
6.40021
75
1.38703
115
0.41164
-4
44.0000
36
6.13059
76
1.34105
116
0.40060
-3
41.5878
37
5.87359
77
1.29078
117
0.38991
-2
39.8239
38
5.62961
78
1.25423
118
0.37956
-1
37.1988
39
5.39689
79
1.21330
119
0.36954
0
35.2024
40
5.17519
80
1.17393
120
0.35982
1
33.3269
41
4.96392
81
1.13604
121
0.35042
2
31.5635
42
4.76253
82
1.09958
122
0.3413
3
29.9058
43
4.57050
83
1.06448
123
0.33246
4
28.3459
44
4.38736
84
1.03069
124
0.32390
5
26.8778
45
4.21263
85
0.99815
125
0.31559
6
25.4954
46
4.04589
86
0.96681
126
0.30754
7
24.1932
47
3.88673
87
0.93662
127
0.29974
8
22.5662
48
3.73476
88
0.90753
128
0.29216
9
21.8094
49
3.58962
89
0.87950
129
0.28482
10
20.7184
50
3.45097
90
0.85248
130
0.27770
11
19.6891
51
3.31847
91
0.82643
131
0.27078
12
18.7177
52
3.19183
92
0.80132
132
0.26408
13
17.8005
53
3.07075
93
0.77709
133
0.25757
14
16.9341
54
2.95896
94
0.75373
134
0.25125
15
16.1156
55
2.84421
95
0.73119
135
0.24512
16
15.3418
56
2.73823
96
0.70944
136
0.23916
17
14.6181
57
2.63682
97
0.68844
137
0.23338
18
13.9180
58
2.53973
98
0.66818
138
0.22776
19
13.2631
59
2.44677
99
0.64862
139
0.22231
Electrical Control System
℃
℃
63
Appendix 2
Unit: ℃---K
64
Discharge temp. sensor table
-20
542.7
20
68.66
60
13.59
100
3.702
-19
511.9
21
65.62
61
13.11
101
3.595
-18
483
22
62.73
62
12.65
102
3.492
-17
455.9
23
59.98
63
12.21
103
3.392
-16
430.5
24
57.37
64
11.79
104
3.296
-15
406.7
25
54.89
65
11.38
105
3.203
-14
384.3
26
52.53
66
10.99
106
3.113
-13
363.3
27
50.28
67
10.61
107
3.025
-12
343.6
28
48.14
68
10.25
108
2.941
-11
325.1
29
46.11
69
9.902
109
2.86
-10
307.7
30
44.17
70
9.569
110
2.781
-9
291.3
31
42.33
71
9.248
111
2.704
-8
275.9
32
40.57
72
8.94
112
2.63
-7
261.4
33
38.89
73
8.643
113
2.559
-6
247.8
34
37.3
74
8.358
114
2.489
-5
234.9
35
35.78
75
8.084
115
2.422
-4
222.8
36
34.32
76
7.82
116
2.357
-3
211.4
37
32.94
77
7.566
117
2.294
-2
200.7
38
31.62
78
7.321
118
2.233
-1
190.5
39
30.36
79
7.086
119
2.174
0
180.9
40
29.15
80
6.859
120
2.117
1
171.9
41
28
81
6.641
121
2.061
2
163.3
42
26.9
82
6.43
122
2.007
3
155.2
43
25.86
83
6.228
123
1.955
4
147.6
44
24.85
84
6.033
124
1.905
5
140.4
45
23.89
85
5.844
125
1.856
6
133.5
46
22.89
86
5.663
126
1.808
7
127.1
47
22.1
87
5.488
127
1.762
8
121
48
21.26
88
5.32
128
1.717
9
115.2
49
20.46
89
5.157
129
1.674
10
109.8
50
19.69
90
5
130
1.632
11
104.6
51
18.96
91
4.849
12
99.69
52
18.26
92
4.703
13
95.05
53
17.58
93
4.562
14
90.66
54
16.94
94
4.426
15
86.49
55
16.32
95
4.294
16
82.54
56
15.73
96
4.167
17
78.79
57
15.16
97
4.045
18
75.24
58
14.62
98
3.927
19
71.86
59
14.09
99
3.812
B(25/50)=3950K
R(90℃)=5KΩ±3%
Electrical Control System
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