SERVICE MANUAL
AIR CONDITIONER
Electrolux Home Products Italy S.p.A.
Corso Lino Zanussi, 30
I - 33080 Porcia – PN Fax: + 39 0434 394096
SOE
Edition: 07-2012 Rev 0.0
Publication number
599 75 60-77
EN
INVERTER
SPLIT SYSTEM
AIR CONDITIONER
MODEL:
EXH09HL1W
EXH12HL1W
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Index
1. Safety Precautions: refer to Page 3.
2. ESD Requirements: refer to Pages 4 & 5.
3. Specifications: refer to Pages 6 to 7.
4. Component Overview: refer to Pages 8 & 9.
5. Dimention: refer to Pages 10 & 11.
6. Installation Brief: refer to Pages 12 to 15
7. Electrical Functions: refer to Pages 16 to 23.
8. Schematic Diagram: refer to Pages 24 to 27.
9. Troubleshooting: refer to Pages 28 to 52.
10. Disassembly Precedure: refer to Pages 53 to 60.
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1. Safe Electrical Working Practices:
Isolate Power Before Attempting to Service any Appliance.
Remove Power cord, Fuse or Switch off the Circuit Breaker.
Always check appliance with multimeter to ensure the power is disconnected.
If you have to work on a live appliance all precautions must be taken.

Use only Insulated tools and equipment.

Wear insulated shoes.

No water on the floor or working space.

Reduce the amount of exposed skin, by covering your arms and legs.

Remove jewelry (rings, watches etc).

It is essential that you conform to all local "Working Live" and "Risk Management" statutory requirements.
Duty of Care:
The Appliance Must Be Electrically and Mechanically Safe To Use
Always check appliance with Megga to before reconnecting the power supply.
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2. ESD Requirements
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3. Specifications
Parameter
Model
Unit
Rated Voltage
Rated Frequency
Phases
Power Supply Mode
Cooling Capacity (Min~Max)
Heating Capacity (Min~Max)
Cooling Power Input (Min~Max)
Heating Power Input (Min~Max)
Cooling Power Current
Heating Power Current
Rated Input
Rated Current
Air Flow Volume((SH/H/MH/M/L/ML/SL)
Dehumidifying Volume
EER
COP
SEER
HSPF
Application Area
Model of indoor unit
Fan Type
Diameter Length(DXL)
Fan Motor Cooling Speed
(SH/H/MH/M/L/ML/SL)
Fan Motor Heating Speed
(SH/H/MH/M/L/ML/SL)
Output of Fan Motor
Fan Motor RLA
Fan Motor Capacitor
Input of Heater
Evaporator Form
Pipe Diameter
Indoor
Row-fin Gap
Unit
Coil Length (LXDXW)
Swing Motor Model
Output of Swing Motor
Fuse
Sound Pressure Level
(SH/H/MH/M/L/ML/SL)
Sound Power Level
(SH/H/MH/M/L/ML/SL)
Dimension (WXHXD)
Dimension of Carton Box
(LXWXH)
Dimension of Package (LXWXH)
Net Weight
Gross Weight
V~
Hz
Power
Supply
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W
A
Value
EXH09HL1W
220-240
50
1
Indoor
2500(700~4400)
2600(720~4200)
485(170~1350)
500(182~1300)
2.10
2.20
1400
6.20
770/670/610/530/460/410/380
0.8
5.15
5.20
12-18
EXH09HL1WI
Cross-flow
Φ98X662
1350/1070/1000/900/
800/700/500
1350/1150/1080/1030/
980/900/850
15
0.07
Aluminum Fin-copper Tube
Φ7
2-1.5
662X25.4X305
MP24HA/MP24HB/MP24HC
2.4/2.4/2.4
PCB 3.15A
Value
EXH12HL1W
220-240
50
1
Indoor
3500(700~4500)
4000(720~4800)
823(150~1450)
952(190~1500)
3.60
4.10
1700
7.5
770/670/610/530/460/410/380
1.4
4.25
4.20
16-24
EXH12HL1WI
Cross-flow
Φ98X662
1350/1070/1000/900/
800/700/500
1350/1150/1080/1030/
980/900/850
15
0.07
Aluminum Fin-copper Tube
Φ7
2-1.5
662X25.4X305
MP24HA/MP24HB/MP24HC
2.4/2.4/2.4
PCB 3.15A
dB (A)
43/36/34/32/28/24/22
43/36/34/32/28/24/22
dB (A)
55/48/46/44/40/36/34
55/48/46/44/40/36/34
mm
896X316X205
896X316X205
mm
950X385X280
950X385X280
mm
kg
kg
953X388X295
12.0
14.0
953X388X295
12.0
14.0
W
W
W
W
A
A
W
A
3
m /h
L/h
W/W
W/W
W/W
W/W
2
m
mm
r/min
r/min
W
A
μF
W
mm
mm
mm
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Model of Outdoor Unit
EXH09HL1WE
CHINA
RESOURCES(SHENYANG)
SANYO COMPRESSOR CO.
LTD
EXH12HL1WE
CHINA
RESOURCES(SHENYANG)
SANYO COMPRESSOR CO.
LTD
C-6RZ110H1A
C-6RZ110H1A
A
A
W
FV50S
Rotary
33
4.59
800
FV50S
Rotary
33
4.59
800
1nt11l-3979
1nt11l-3979
ºC
Electron expansion valve
16~30
Electron expansion valve
16~30
Compressor
Manufacturer/Trademark
Outdoor Unit
Compressor Model
Compressor Oil
Compressor Type
L.R.A.
Compressor RLA
Compressor Power Input
Overload Protector
Throttling Method
Operation temp
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Connectio
n Pipe
Ambient temp (cooling)
Ambient temp (heating)
Condenser Form
Pipe Diameter
Rows-fin Gap
Coil Length (LXDXW)
Fan Motor Speed
Output of Fan Motor
Fan Motor RLA
Fan Motor Capacitor
Air Flow Volume of Outdoor Unit
Fan Type
Fan Diameter
Defrosting Method
Climate Type
Isolation
Moisture Protection
Permissible Excessive Operating
Pressure for the Discharge Side
Permissible Excessive Operating
Pressure for the Suction Side
Sound Pressure Level (H/M/L)
Sound Power Level (H/M/L)
Dimension (WXHXD)
Dimension of Carton Box
(LXWXH)
Dimension of Package (LXWXH)
Net Weight
Gross Weight
Refrigerant
Refrigerant Charge
Length
Gas Additional Charge
Outer Diameter Liquid Pipe
Outer Diameter Gas Pipe
Max Distance Height
Max Distance Length
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ºC
ºC
16~48
16~48
–20~+24
–20~+24
Aluminum Fin-copper Tube
Φ7.94
2.5-1.5
762X57X550
T1
I
IP24
Aluminum Fin-copper Tube
Φ7.94
2.5-1.5
762X57X550
750/600
40
0.23
2000
Axial-flow
Φ445
Automatic Defrosting
T1
I
IP24
MPa
4.3
4.3
MPa
2.5
2.5
dB (A)
dB (A)
mm
51/-/63/-/818X596X300
52/-/64/-/818X596X300
mm
945X417X630
945X417X630
mm
kg
kg
948X420X645
43
48
R410A
1.3
5
20
Φ6
Φ9.52
10
20
948X420X645
43
48
R410A
1.3
5
20
Φ6
Φ9.52
10
20
mm
mm
mm
rpm
W
A
μF
3
m /h
750/600
40
0.23
2000
Axial-flow
Φ445
mm
Automatic Defrosting
kg
m
g/m
mm
mm
m
m
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4.Component Overview
(1)Power cord
(2)Remote controller
(3)Front panel
(4)Fitter
(5)Horizontal louver
(6)Wall pipe
(7)Binding tape
(8)Connection pipe
(9)Drain hose
(10)Drain connecter
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Display Panel(indoor unit)
(10)Heating indicator:
This indicator illuminates when the
air conditioner is in HEAT mode.
(11)Cooling indicator:
This indicator illuminates when the
air conditioner is in COOL mode
(12)LED indicator
(13)Power indicator:
This indicator illuminates when the
air conditioner is connected to the power supply.
(14)Drying indicator:
This indicator illuminates when the
air conditioner is in DRY mode
(15)Infrared signal receiver
Note: Arry of the above-mentioned
indicators will illuminate only when the
LIGHT function is activated
By the remote control.
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5. Dimensions
Indoor Unit
Unit:mm
Models
W(R)
D
H
EXH09HL1W
EXH12HL1W
896
205
316
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H1
267
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H2
H3
Q
Q1
S
S1
35
34.5
177
160
178
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6. Installation Brief
Operating Temperatures:
Cooling & Heating models
MODE
Cool
Temperature
Heat
Temperature
Dehumidifier
Temperature
Indoor
Outdoor
Indoor
Outdoor
Indoor
Outdoor
16°C~30°C
16°C~48°C
16°C~30°C
-20°C~24°C
16°C~30°C
16°C~48°C
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Installation Site Instructions
Proper installation site is vital for correct and efficient operation of the unit. Avoid the following sites where:
●strong heat sources, vapours, flammable gas or volatile liquids are emitted.
●high-frequency electro-magnetic waves are generated by radio equipment,
●welders and medical equipment.
●salt-laden air prevails (such as close to coastal areas).
●the air is contaminated with industrial vapours and oils.
●the air contains sulphures gas such as in hot spring zones.
●corrosion or poor air quality exists.
Installation Site of Indoor Unit
1. The air inlet and outlet should be away from the obstructions.
Ensure the air can be blown through the whole room.
2. Select a site where the condensing water can be easily
drained out, and where it is easily connected for outdoor unit.
3. Select a place where it is out of reach of children.
4. Select the place where the wall is strong enough to
With stand the full weight and vibration of the unit.
5. Be sure to leave enough space to allow access for routine
maintenance. The installation site should be 250cm or more above the floor.
6. Select a place about 1m or more away from TV set or
any other electric appliance.
7. Select a place where the filter can be easily taken out.
8. Make sure that the indoor unit is installed in accordance
with installation dimension instructions.
9. Do not use the unit in the laundry or by swimming pool etc.
Installation Site of Outdoor Unit
1.Select a site where noise and outflow air emitted by unit will not
annoy neighbors.
2.Select a site where there is sufficient ventilation.
3.Select a site where there is no obstruction blocking the inlet and
outlet.
4.The site should be able to withstand the full weight and vibration.
5.Select a dry place, but do not expose the unit to direct sunlight or
strong wind.
6.Make sure that the outdoor unit is installed in accordance with the
installation instructions,and is convenient for maintenance and
repair.
7.The height difference between indoor and outdoor units is within
10 m, and the length of the connecting tubing does not exceed 20
8.Select a place where it is out of reach of children.
9.Select a place which will not block pedestrian passage and influence the city appearance.
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Piping Length, Elevation, Flare Work & Torque Settings
Piping
Model
Standard
Length
(m)
Max
Elevation
(m)
Max
Length
(m)
Additional
Refrigerant
(g/m)
GAS
LIQUID
EXH09HL1W
3/8
9.52mm
1/4
6.00mm
5
10
20
20
EXH12HL1W
3/8
9.52mm
1/4
6.00 mm
5
10
20
20
Flaring work.
Firmly hold copper pipe in a
die in the dimension shown in The table below
.
A(mm)
OUTER
DIAMETER(mm)
Max.
Min.
6,00
1,3
0,7
9,52
1,6
1,0
12,70
1,8
1,0
16
2,4
2,2
Connection Adjustment
1.
Align the pipes to be connected.
2.
Screw the flare nut with your
Caution:Excessive twisting may
break the nut,depending on the
installation conditions.
fingers,and the tighten it with
a spanner and torque wrench,
as shown in the following figure.
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OUTER
DIAMETER(mm)
TIGHTENING
TORQUE(N/cm)
ADITINAL TIGHTENING
TORQUE(N/cm)
6,00
1570(160 kgf/cm)
1960(200 kgf/cm)
9,52
2940(300 kgf/cm)
3430(350 kgf/cm)
12,70
4900(500 kgf/cm)
5390(550 kgf/cm)
16
6000(611 kgf/cm)
6500(663 kgf/cm)
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Electrical Work:
CAPACITY
POWER SUPPLY
INPUT RATED AMP
Switch/Fuse
CABLE SIZE
EXH09HL1W
EXH12HL1W
220-240V~/50Hz
16A/16A
1.5 mm (power cord)
2
1.5 mm (connecting cable)
2
Connect the Cable to the Indoor Unit(instruction manual)
1.The inside and outside connecting cable can be
connected without removing the front panel.
2. Connecting cable between indoor unit and outdoor unit
shall be approved polychloroprene sheathed flexible
cord,type designation H07RN-F or heavier cord.
3.Life the indoor unit panel up,remove the electrical
box cover by loosening the screw.
4.Ensure the colour of wires of outdoor unit and the
terminal Nos. are the same to the indoor respectively.
5.Wrap those cables not connected with terminals with
insulation tapes,so that they will not touch any electrical
components.Secure the cable onto the control board
with the cord clamp.
Connect the Cable to the Outdoor Unit
1.Remove the electrical control board cover from the
outdoor unit by loosening the screw.
2.Connect the connective cables to the terminals as
Identified with their respective matched numbers on
the terminal block of indoor and outdoor unit.The connective
cable to power supply shall be approved polychloroprene sheathed flexible
cord,type designation H07RN-F or heavier cord.
3.Securd the cable onto the control board with the cord
clamp.
4.To prevent the ingress of water,form a loop of the connective
cable as illustrated in the installation diagram of indoor and outdoor
units.
5.Insulate unused cord(conductors) with PVC-tape.Process them so
they could not touch any electrical or metal parts.
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7. Electronic Function
1.Temperature Parameters
◆Indoor preset temperature (Tpreset)
◆Indoor ambient temperature (Tamb.)
2.Basic Functions (The temperature in this manual is expressed by Centigrade. If Fahrenheit is used, the switchover between
them is Tf=TcX1.8+32.)
Once the unit is energized, the compressor shall never be restarted except 3mins interval at least. For the first energization, if
the unit is at off status before power failure, the compressor can be restarted without 3-min delay. But if the unit is at ON status
before power failure, the compressor shall be restarted with 3mins delay. Once the compressor is started up, the compressor
won't stop running within 6mins with the change of room temperature.
(1)Cooling Mode
①Cooling Conditions and Process
When Tamb. ≥Tpreset, the unit starts cooling operation. In this case, the compressor and the outdoor fan operate and the
indoor fan operates at set speed.
When Tamb. ≤Tpreset-3℃, the compressor and the outdoor fan stop while the indoor fan runs at set speed.
When Tpreset-3℃<Tamb. <Tpreset, the unit will maintain its previous running status.
In cooling mode, the temperature setting range is 16 ~30℃; Indoor unit displays operation icon, cooling icon and set
temperature.
(2) Dry Mode
①Drying Conditions and Process
When Tamb.>Tpreset, the unit operates in cooling mode. Meanwhile, compressor and outdoor fan operate, and indoor fan
operates at set fan speed (low fan speed, quiet fan speed).
When Tpreset-3℃<Tamb. ≤Tpreset, the unit keeps previous operation status.
When Tamb. ≤Tpreset-3℃, compressor, outdoor fan and indoor fan operate at set fan speed (low fan speed, quiet fan speed).
Under this mode, the temperature setting range is 16~30℃. Display displays operation icon, drying icon and set temperature.
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(3) Heating Mode (this mode isn’t available for cooling only unit)
①Heating Conditions and Process
When Tamb. ≤Tpreset+2℃, the unit operates in cooling mode. Compressor and outdoor fan operate and indoor fan operates
according to cold air prevention.
When Tamb.≥Tpreset+5℃, compressor and outdoor fan stop operation, while indoor fan operates according to blowing residual
heat.
When Tpreset+2℃<Tamb.<Tpreset+5℃, the unit operate at previous running status.
In heating mode, the temperature setting range is 16~30℃; Indoor unit displays operation icon, cooling icon and set
temperature.
②Defrosting
When there’s too much frost on outdoor condenser, the complete unit will enter into defrosting automatically to assure the best
heating effect. During defrosting process, H1 is displayed.
③Blow Residual Heat
When heating temperature reaches to the temperature point of stop operation, compressor and outdoor fan will stop operation.
The big horizontal louver rotates to the defaulted position in cooling and small horizontal louver will close. Indoor fan will stop
operation after operating at set fan speed for 60s.
When the unit operates in heating or auto heating mode, compressor is started up and the unit will stop operation after indoor
fan starts operation. Compressor and outdoor fan stop operation. The big horizontal louver will rotate to the position of breeze
(defaulted position in cooling), while the small horizontal louver will close. The unit will stop operation after indoor fan operates
at low fan speed for 10s.
④Cold Air Prevention
In heating mode, in order to prevent the cold air comes out when turning on the compressor, the indoor fan can only be started
up after compressor operates for 2 minutes.
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(4) Fan Mode
In fan mode, indoor fan operates at set fan speed, while compressor and outdoor fan all stop operation.
In fan mode, the temperature setting range is 16~30℃. Display is displaying operation icon and set temperature.
(5) Auto Mode
In auto mode, the system will select the operation mode (cooling, hearing of fan mode) according to the change of ambient
temperature automatically. The display displays operation icon, actual operation mode and set temperature. 30s will be delayed
for protection during mode switchover. Protection function is the same as that in other modes.
The selection method for auto operation mode in details is as below:
a. When Tamb. ≥26℃, the unit operates in cooling mode. The defaulted set temperature is 25℃;
b. When Tamb. ≤21℃, the unit operates in heating mode. The defaulted set temperature is 20℃ (if it’s the cooling only unit that
operates in fan mode, the defaulted set temperature is 25℃);
c. When 22℃≤Tamb.≤25℃, if the unit is turned on for the first time, it will operate in auto fan mode; if the unit is switched to auto
mode from other mode, it will keep previous operation mode; if the unit is switched to auto mode from dry mode, it will operates
in fan mode.
d. When the unit operates in auto mode, frequency of compressor during cooling and heating is same as that in cooling mode
and heating mode respectively.
Protection function:
a.
It’s the same as that in cooling mode when it operates in cooling;
b.
It’s the same as that in heating ode when it operates in heating;
(6) 8℃ Heating Function
In heating mode, press IONFilter+clock buttons on remote controller simultaneously. In this mode, “cold air prevention
protection” will be shielded.
① 8℃ heating mode and sleep function can’t be set at the same time. If 8℃ heating mode has been set, press sleep button will
cancel 8℃ heating mode. The set temperature value is the set temperature before entering the 8℃ heating mode. If sleep
function has been set, press IONFilter+clock button on remote controller simultaneously to set 8℃ heating mode, meanwhile,
sleep function will be canceled.
②Set temperature is 8℃; Indoor fan displays 8℃.
③In this mode, turbo function can be set and fan speed can’t be adjusted as well.
④In this mode, when compressor is operating, fan speed will be adjusted according to below auto fan speed; When compressor
stops operation, indoor fan operates at blowing residual heat.
When Tindoor amb. ≤9℃, indoor fan operates at high fan speed;
When 9℃<Tindoor amb.<11℃, indoor fan operates at medium fan speed;
When Tindoor amb.≥11℃, indoor fan operates at low fan speed;
As for the switchover among high speed, medium speed and low speed, the unit should operate at every speed for 3minutes
and 30s at least. Others are same as that in heating mode.
⑤The unit with memory function can memorize 8℃ heating mode.
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(7)SAVE Function
① In cooling mode, if press IONFilter+clock buttons on remote controller simultaneously, the controller will enter into SAVE
mode. In SAVE mode, if press IONFilter+clock buttons on remote controller simultaneously again, SAVE function won’t be set
again.
②If remote controller is set to display set temperature, dual-8 nixie tube display “SE”.
③ In this mode, when compressor is operating, fan speed will be adjusted according to below auto fan speed in SAVE mode;
When compressor stops operation, indoor fan operates at low fan speed.
a. When Tamb. ≥31℃, indoor fan operates at super-high fan speed;
b. When 31℃>Tamb.≥Tpreset+3℃, indoor fan operates at high fan speed;
c. When Tpreset+1℃<Tamb.<Tpreset+3℃, indoor fan operates at medium fan speed;
d. When Tamb.≤Tpreset+1℃, indoor fan operates at low fan speed;
As for the switchover among super-high speed, high speed, medium speed and low speed, the unit should operate at every
speed for 3minutes and 3s at least.
④In this mode, set temperature will be adjusted automatically according to actual operation status.
3 Other Control
(1) Timer Function
General timer and clock timer functions are compatible by equipping remote controller with different functions.
①General Timer
Timer ON can be set at unit OFF. If selected ON time is reached, the unit will start to operate according to previous setting
status. Time setting range is 0.5-24hr in 30-minute increments.
Timer OFF can be set at unit ON. If selected OFF time is reached, the unit will stop operation. Time setting range is 0.5-24hr in
30-minute increments.
②Clock Timer (it’s optional for the remote controller with clock timer)
Timer ON
If timer ON is set during operation of the unit, the unit will continue to operate. If timer ON is set at unit OFF, upon ON time
reaches the unit will start to operate according to previous setting status.
Timer OFF
If timer OFF is set at unit OFF, the system will keep standby status. If timer OFF is set at unit ON, upon OFF time reaches the
unit will stop operation.
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Timer Change
Although timer has been set, the unit still can be turned on/off by pressing ON/OFF button of the remote controller. You can also
set the timer once again, and then the unit will operate according to the last setting.
If timer ON and timer OFF are set at the same time during operation of the unit, the unit will keep operating at current status till
OFF time reaches.
If timer ON and timer OFF are set at the same time at unit OFF, the unit will keep off status till ON time reaches.
Each day in future, the system will operate according to preset mode till OFF time reaches and stop operation till ON time
reaches. If ON time and OFF time are the same, OFF command takes the priority.
(2) Auto Button
If this button is pressed, the unit will operate in AUTO mode and indoor fan will operate at auto speed; meanwhile, the swing
motor operates. Press this button again to turn off the unit.
(3) Buzzer
Upon energization or availably operating the unit or remote controller, the buzzer will give out a beep.
(4)Sleep Function
In SLEEP mode, the unit will automatically select appropriate sleep curve to operate according to different temperature setting.
(5) Turbo Function
This function can be set in cooling or heating mode to quickly cool or heat the room.
(6) X-fan Function
①X-fan function can be set in cooling or drying mode (X-fan function is unavailable in auto, heating or fan mode). When X-fan is
ON, after pressing ON/OFF button to turn off the unit, indoor fan will still operates at low fan speed for 10 minutes before turn off
the complete unit. Within 10 minutes, swing operates at original status, cold plasma and electrostatic dedusting is ON, while
other loads are OFF. When X-fan is OFF, press ON/OFF button to turn off the complete unit.
② During X-fan operation, after pressing X-fan button, indoor fan stops operates immediately. Horizontal louver will close and
cold plasma and electrostatic dedusting is OFF as well.
(7) Control of Indoor Fan
Indoor fan can be set at quiet, north 1, north 2, notch 3, notch 4, notch 5 and turbo. Meanwhile, the fan can operate at low speed,
medium speed, high speed or turbo.
It can also set at auto fan speed. When indoor fan operates in auto fan speed mode, the indoor fan will operate at high speed,
medium speed, low speed or turbo according to the change of ambient temperature.
①In auto heating mode or normal heating mode, the auto fan speed operates according to below mode:
When Tamb. <Tpreset-3℃, indoor fan operates at high speed;
When Tpreset-3℃≤Tamb.<Tpreset+2℃, indoor fan operates at medium speed;
When Tpreset+2℃≤Tamb.<Tpreset+4℃, indoor fan operates at low speed;
When Tamb.≥Tpreset+4℃, indoor fan operates at quiet mode.
Control drawing of auto fan in heating mode:
②Fan mode, cooling mode: In auto cooling mode or normal cooling mode, auto fan speed operates according to below mode:
When Tamb.≥Tpreset+3℃, indoor fan operates at high speed;
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When Tpreset<Tamb.<Tpreset+3℃, indoor fan operates at medium speed;
When Tpreset-2<Tamb.≤Tpreset, indoor fan operates at low fan speed;
When Tamb. ≤Tpreset-2℃, indoor fan operates at quiet mode.
③Auto fan speed is not available in drying mode
Note: high speed, medium speed and low speed is to “notch 5”, “notch “3” and “notch 1” respectively.
As for the switchover among high speed, medium speed and low speed, the unit should operates at every speed for 3minutes
and 3s at least.
(8) Control of Up&Down Swing
a. Small Horizontal Louver
After energization, small swing motor will firstly have the horizontal louver rotate anticlockwise to position 0 to close air outlet.
If swing function has not been set after startup of the unit, horizontal louver will turn clockwise to position D1 in HEAT mode. If
swing function is set when starting up the unit, the horizontal louver will swing between 0and D1.
There are 7 swing status of horizontal louver: Positions O, A1, B1, C1, D1, swing between O and D1 and stop at any position
between O and D1 (angles between O and D1 are equiangular mostly). In other statues, horizontal louver will close at position
O.
Upon turning off the unit, the horizontal louver will close at position 0.
Swing is valid only when swing command is set and indoor fan operates.
Note:1. If the position is set between O and D1, A1 and C1 or B1 and D1 by remote controller, the horizontal louver will swing
between O and D1.
2. As for 9k/12k, only when the big horizontal louver rotates to he second swing angle position in heating (corresponding angle
is 62º), the horizontal louver will start action. As for 18k, only when the big horizontal
louver rotates to the first swing angle position in heating (corresponding angle is 64 º),
the horizontal louver will start action. As for 24k, only when the
big horizontal louver rotates to the first swing angle position
in heating (corresponding angle is 40 º), the horizontal louver start action.
3. In cooling mode, the horizontal louver stops at position O all the time.
b. Big Horizontal Louver
After energization, up & down swing motor will firstly have the horizontal louver rotate anticlockwise to position 0 to close air
outlet.
If swing function has not been set after startup of the unit, horizontal louver will turn clockwise to position D in HEAT mode, or
turn clockwise to level position L in other modes.
If swing function is set when starting up the unit, the horizontal louver will swing between L and D.
There are 7 swing status of horizontal louver: Positions L, A, B, C and D,
swing between L and D and stop at any position between L and D
(angles between L and D are equiangular).
Upon turning off the unit, the horizontal louver will close at position 0.
Note:1) If the position is set between L and B, A and C or B and D by
remote controller, the horizontal louver will swing between L and D.
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(9) Control of Left&Right Swing
After energization, swing will be restored to the starting point firstly and then stop at the middle position. When setting left&right
swing, swing blade has 7 statuses: left position ①, secondary left position ②, middle position ③, secondary right position ④, right
position ⑤, swing between ①and ⑤, stop position. If left&right swing is set when turning on the unit, swing motor will drive blade
to swing between left and right.
When cancel left&right swing or swing hasn’t been set when turning on
the unit for the first time, blade will stop at current position. Left&right swing
will keep at original position when turning off the unit.
Swing is valid only when swing command is set and indoor fan operates.
(10) Display
①Operation and Mode Icons
Upon energization within 3s, the unit will display all icons. Under standby state, running indicating mark is displayed. If the unit is
started by remote controller, running indicating mark gives off light; meanwhile, the mark of current running mode will be
displayed. If the light button is turned off, no mark will be displayed.
②Display of Nixie Tube on Indoor Unit
When energized & started for the first time, the indoor unit defaults to displaying current set temperature (16~30℃). When set
temperature display is set by remote controller, it will display set temperature; when room temperature display is set, it will
display room temperature. After that, when operating the remote controller for other settings, the temperature display method
will keep original.
When operating the remote controller during room temperature display, the set temperature will be displayed for 5 seconds
firstly and then room temperature display returns.
“F1” will be displayed upon malfunction of room temperature sensor, “F2” upon malfunction of indoor unit tube temperature
sensor and “C5” upon malfunction of jumper cap.
(11) Memory Function
Memorized items: mode, up & down swing, light, set temperature and set fan speed.
When power is recovered after power failure, the unit will automatically start operation according to memorized status. After
power recovery, the unit without timer setting before power failure will operate according to the last setting; the unit with general
timer setting which has not been fulfilled before power failure will memorize the timer setting and re-calculate the time after
power recovery. If there is timer function in the last remote controller command but setting time has reached, the system will act
as timer on/off setting before power failure. After power failure, the system memorizes the operation states before power failure
without timer action. Clock timer can not be memorized.
(12) I FEEL Function
When I FEEL command is received and controller has received the ambient temperature sent by remote controller, the
controller will operate at the temperature sent by remote controller (For cold air prevention, the unit operates according to the
ambient temperature sensed by the air conditioner).
If it only received I FEEL command and hasn’t received the valid ambient
temperature, air conditioner will operate according to the ambient temperature sensed by itself.
Remote controller will send
the ambient temperature to controller every 10min. If controller hasn’t received the ambient temperature sent by remote
controller for 11min, air conditioner will operate according to the ambient temperature sensed y itself. If I FEEl hasn’t been set,
ambient temperature will adopt the temperature sensed by air conditioner. Controller displays I FEEL ambient temperature
1℃~59℃。
(13)Health, Cold Plasma Function
At ON status, press health button (if there isn’t health button on remote controller, health function is ON in default) on remote
controller can set health or cold plasma function. Health or cold plasma function can operate when it set ON and indoor fan
operates.
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(14) Fahrenheit Display Function
Niexie tube displays current set temperature. If the remote control signal is Fahrenheit, the temperature will be display by
Fahrenheit. Set temperature range is 16~30℃(61-86℉). Under auto mode, nixie tube displays 25℃(77℉)in cooling and fan,
and 20℃(68℉) in heating. Cooling only controller only displays 25℃(77℉).
(15) Locked Protection to Indoor Fan
If the indoor fan motor keeps low rotation speed for a continuous period of time after startup, the unit will stop operation and
display “H6”.
(16) Quiet Mode
When quiet mode is set by remote controller, indoor fan will operate in quiet mode.
(17) Compulsory Defrosting Function
When the outdoor environment is formidable, such as temperature is too low and humidity is too high, and there is too much
frost in outdoor unit which affect the heating effect, users can select compulsory defrosting function to outdoor unit’s heating
effect.
Compulsory defrosting function method:
When the unit is turned on in heating mode by remote controller and the set temperature is 16℃, press “+、-、+、-、+、-” buttons
for 5s successively, indoor unit will enter into compulsory defrosting setting and send the compulsory defrosting mode signal to
outdoor unit and then outdoor unit will enter into compulsory defrosting mode.
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8.Schematic Diagram
8.1 Electrical Wiring
Indoor Unit
Outdoor Unit
Cooling & Heating Models
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8.2 Printed Circuit Board
Indoor Unit
●TOP VIEW
SN
Interface name
SN
1
Health interface
7
2
Neutral wire interface
8
3
DC fan motor
9
4
Electrostatic dedusting
interface
10
5
Inching switch interface
11
6
Auto button
12
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Small motor for vertical
swing
Horizontal swing
Big motor for vertical
swing
Display interface
Ambient temperature
sensor
Tube temperature
sensor
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SN
13
14
Interface name
Indoor and outdoor
communication port
Outdoor power supply
interface
15
Live wire interface
16
Fuse
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Outdoor Unit
●TOP VIEW
SN
Interface name
1
Input of neutral wire of
power
6
2
Input of live wire of
power
7
3
Communication
interface
8
4
5
/
Interface 1 of electric
reactor
Interface 2 of electric
reactor
/
SN
9
10
Interface name
Interface of fan
Neutral wire of
electric heater of
chassis
Neutral wire of
electric heater of
compressor
Neutral wire of 4-way
valve
Live wire of 4-way
valve
/
/
SN
Interface name
11
Live wire of electric
heater
12
Input of overload
13
Temp sensor
14
15
16
U,V,W three phases of
compressor
Input of ground wire
of power
Input of Pressure
switch
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9. Troubleshooting
Safety
Please insure stored voltage is discharged/removed from all relevant high voltage capacitors, by the use of a 25 to 40 watt
incandescent globe. As illustrated below.
Electrolytic Capacitors
(HIGH VOLTAGE! CAUTION!)
Bulb (25-40W)
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Diagnosis and Solution:
Error Code
Display of lamp (the times of blinking)
Display
of indoor
unit
Running
Anti-freezing protection
E2
2
System block or refrigerant leakage
Compressor exhaust high temperature
protection
AC over-current protection
E3
3
E4
4
7
P48
5
P45
Name of malfunction
Indoor
Cooling
Page
NO.
Outdoor
Heating
Yellow
Red
Green
3
P45
9
P48
E5
5
Communication failure between indoor unit and
outdoor unit
E6
6
Anti-high temperature protection
E8
H4
8
No feedback of indoor fan motor
H6
11
Jumper cap malfunction protection
C5
15
Indoor unit and outdoor unit doesn't match
LP
19
16
Outdoor DC fan motor malfunction
Power protection
Gathering refrigerant
L3
L9
Fo
23
20
1
9
Indoor ambient sensor open or short circuit
F1
1
Indoor tube sensor open or short circuit
F2
2
Outdoor ambient sensor open or short circuit
F3
3
6
P46
Outdoor tube sensor open or short circuit
F4
4
5
P46
Exhaust sensor open or short circuit
F5
5
7
P46
Overload limit / drop frequency
F6
6
3
Over current limit / drop frequency
F8
8
1
High exhaust temperature limit / drop frequency
F9
9
2
Anti-freezing limit / drop frequency
FH
2
Defrosting
H1
1
2
Compressor overload protection
H3
3
8
P49
IPM protection
H5
5
4
P47
PFC protection
HC
6
14
P46
Loading EEPROM malfunction
EE
15
11
P45
High PN voltage protection
PH
13
P44
12
P44
Low PN voltage protection
PL
4-way valve reversal abnormal
U7
Compressor Min frequence in test state
P0
Compressor rated frequence in test state
P1
Compressor maximum frequence in test state
P2
Compressor intermediate frequence in test state
P3
Frequency limiting (power)
LU
Compressor is running(normal)
The temperature for turning on the unit is
reached(normal)
Frequency limiting (module temperature )
6
6
P35
P36
P37
P38
P47
1
P33
P34
2
21
4
20
P48
24
13
1
8
EU
6
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P39
P48
14
11
Normal communication
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Function of Indoor Controller:
1. Interfaces Diagram of Indoor Mainboard
S/N
Silk screen
on PCB
Interface
S/N
Silk screen on PCB
Interface
1
DC-MOTOR
Interface of DC motor
11
TUBE
Interface of indoor pipe temp sensor
2
CLEAN
Electrostatic
dedusting interface
12
COM-OUT
3
X10
Inching switch
interface
13
AC-L
Input terminal of live wire of indoor unit
4
KEY
Auto button
14
L-OUT
Output terminal of live wire of outdoor un
15
HEALTH-N
HEALTH-L
Interfaces for neutral and live wire of col
plasma
16
N
Input terminal of neutral wire of indoor un
Output terminal of neutral wire of outdoor u
/
/
/
Interface of motor for
vertical swing(interface
for small horizontal
louver)
Interface for horizontal
swing
Interface of motor for
vertical swing
( interface for big
horizontal louver)
Interface for communication between indo
and outdoor units
5
SWING-UD1
6
SWING-LR
7
SWING-UD2
8
DISP1
DISP2
Interface for display
/
/
/
9
JUMP
Interface of jumper cap
/
/
/
10
ROOM
Interface of indoor
ambient temp sensor
/
/
/
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2.
Diagram of Display When the Unit is Standby
3. Troubleshooting of Indoor Unit
3.1 Malfunction Code Table of Indoor Unit
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3.2 Each Troubleshooting and Schematic Diagram
3.2.1 Firstly, check if power supply is normal
Check if power supply is normal and the voltage is between 165V~235V.
3.2.2 Refer to Malfunction Code Table and confirm the malfunction according to malfunction code displayed on indoor
unit.
F1,F2 Malfunctions
Malfunction of indoor ambient temperature sensor: F1 is displayed; COOL LED lamp is off for 3s and blinks once; (That the LED
lamp is on for 0.5s and off for 0.5s is a blink.)
Malfunction of indoor pipe temperature sensor: F2 is displayed; COOL LED lamp is off for 3s and blinks twice; (That the LED
lamp is on for 0.5s and off for 0.5s is a blink.)
Resistance of indoor ambient temperature sensor: 15KΩ
Resistance of indoor pipe temperature sensor: 20KΩ
Reference voltage value of temperature sensor: 0VDC
Diagram of Interfaces of Temperature Sensors:
Indoor tube temp.
sensor
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reference
voltage spot
Indoor ambient
temp. sensor
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F1,F2 Malfunctions:
Flowchart:
Start
Is the wiring terminal between
temperature sensor and the controller
loosened or poorly contacted?
Yes
Insert the
temperature
sensor tightly
No
Malfunction is
eliminated
No
Is there short circuit due to
tri-pover of the parts?
Yes
Make the parts
upright
No
Malfunction is
eliminated
No
Is the temperature sensor
normal according to the
Resistance Table?
Yes
No
Replace it with a
temperature sensor
of the same model
Yes
Yes
No
Replace the
controller with
one of the same
model
Malfunction is
eliminated
Yes
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H6 Malfunction
(2) Malfunction of Indoor Motor
There is no feedback from indoor motor: H6 is displayed and LED lamp is off for 3s and blinks for 11 times. (That the LED lamp
is on for 0.5s and off for 0.5s is a blink.)
Interface of DC motor;
1.VDC DC power supply,normal working voltage: 280~310VDC;
2.Reference voltage point of GND DC motor;
3.Control voltage of Vcc DC motor:
15VDC;
4.Vsp voltage value is proportional to rotational speed;
5.Feedback voltage of Vpg DC motor is proportional to rotational speed;
Diagram of Interfaces of DC Motor:
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H6 Malfunction
Flowchart:
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C5 Malfunction
(3) Malfunction of Jumper Cap
Malfunction of Jumper Cap: C5 is displayed; Operation LED lamp is off for 3s and blinks for 15 times. (That the LED lamp is on
for 0.5s and off for 0.5s is a blink.)
Function of jumper cap: determine swing angle of different models and rotational speed of indoor fan.
Interface Diagram of Jumper Cap:
Jumper cap
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C5 Malfunction
Flowchart:
C5 is
displayed
on the unit.
Is there jumper cap
on the controller?
No
Is the
malfunction
eliminated?
Yes
Is the jumper cap
inserted incorrectly
or improperly?
No
Install a
matching
jumper cap
Yes
No
Re-insert the
jumper cap
Is the
malfunction
eliminated?
Yes
Replace the
jumper cap
Is the
malfunction
eliminated?
Yes
Yes
No
The mainboard is
defined
abnormal;replace it
End
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E6 Malfunction
(4) Communication Malfunction between Indoor and Outdoor Units
Communication malfunction between indoor and outdoor units: E6 is displayed and operation LED lamp is off for 3s and blinks
for 6 times. (That the LED lamp is on for 0.5s and off for 0.5s is a blink.)
When communication between indoor and outdoor units is normal, communication LED lamp of indoor unit blinks ( off for 0.5s
and on for 0.5s). When correct signal has not been received for continuous 3 minutes, there is communication malfunction and
communication LED lamp will be off.
Diagram of Communication LED lamp of Indoor Unit:
Indicator
of
communication signal
Flowchart:
Start
Poor contact of
any line may incur
communication
malfunction.
Is communication wire
reliably earthed? Is there any
loose wire or poor contact?
Yes
Connect
communication
wire correctly.
Is malfunction
eliminated?
Yes
Is malfunction
eliminated?
Yes
Is malfunction
eliminated?
Yes
No
No
Do the mainboard mismatch display
board or are mainboards of IDU
and OUD mismatched?
No
Is there any wrong
wire connection?
Yes
Assemble
matched
controller
No
Correct wire
connection
No
No
Replace
controller
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4. Cautions:
(1) Before replacing indoor mainboard, check if the substituted mainboard is qualified. The following tests shall be done:
a. Test if protective tube FUSE1 is open-circuit. If so, replace it with a protective tube of same model.
b. Energize the unit to test if the buzzer will sound. If not, this mainboard of the indoor unit can’t be used.
c. Equip the display and energize the unit to test if the display is normal. If not, that mainboard of indoor unit can’t be used.
(2)The model of the mainboard used for replacement shall be the same as the previous mainboard which has malfunction. And
the model of jumper cap assembled for the new mainboard shall also be the same as that of previous mainboard.
(3) The wiring shall also be the same.
Function of Outdoor Mainboard
Introduction to each Detection Point
Rectify filtering circuit
Detection point: rectify
voltage
DC motor control circuit
Detection point: output
voltage
4-way valve control circuit
Detection point: output
voltage
Heavy current filter
circuit
Detection point:
voltage after filtering
PFC circuit
Detection
point:
generatrix
voltage
Power on-off circuit
Detection point:
chip:5V
PFC AND IPM:15V
Relay:12V
No. of
Detection
point
Point 1
Compressor driver circuit
Detection point:
Up/Un,
Vp/Vn,
Wp/Wn,
voltage waveform,
3-phase current
waveform
Temperature input
circuit
Detection point:
IC insert voltage
Detection point
Between AC-L1,N1
Communication
circuit
Detection point:
communication
Corresponding parameter
Test value under normal
conditions
Neutral and live wire
165 V ~ 253 V
Point 2
Left side of R201;U404 heat sink
DC bus bar
230 V ~ 380 V
Point 3
Top of D304;bottom of D304
IPM drive voltage+15V
13.5 V ~15.5 V
Point 4
Top of C116; bottom of C116
Relay drive voltage+12V
11 V ~13 V
Point 5
Right side of R228; left side of R228
Two pins on upper left of U4; bottom
of U4 (the top is close to “U4”silk
screen)
Two pins on upper left of U4;
Bottom of U4
PFC drive voltage+15V
13.5 V ~15.5 V
Chip+3.3V
3.1 V ~3.3 V
+5V
4.8 V ~5.1 V
Point 6
Point 7
Point 8
Bottom of R506; bottom of U4
Point 9
Bottom of R523; bottom of U4
Signal is received by outdoor
unit
Signal is sent by outdoor unit
Point 10
Between AC-L2/4V
Neutral and live wire
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5
Detection
point 6
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3
Detection point
2
Detection
point 7
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point 10
Detection point
8
Detection point
4
Detection point
1
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3. Troubleshooting of Outdoor Unit
3.1 Firstly, check if power supply is normal
Check if power switch is turned on and the voltage is between 165V~253V.
3.2 Malfunction Code Table of Outdoor Unit
Malfunction Name
Nixie
Tube
Freeze Protection
E2
IPM protection
H5
Overcurrent protection
E5
EEPROM reading and
writing malfunction
EE
Low voltage protection
PL
High voltage protection
PH
PFC overcurrent
protection
Mismatching of models of
indoor and outdoor units
Malfunction of outdoor
ambient temperature
sensor
Malfunction of outdoor
pipe temperature sensor
Malfunction of outdoor
discharge temperature
sensor
Communication
malfunction
Low pressure
protection(refrigerant
leak)
Abnormality of 4-way
valve
Over-load protection
HC
LP
Yellow LED
Lamp
Blinks for 3
times
Blinks for 4
times
Blinks for 5
times
Blinks for 11
times
Blinks for 12
times
Blinks for 13
times
Blinks for 14
times
Blinks for 16
times
LED Lamp
Red LED
Lamp
F3
Blinks for 6
times
F4
Blinks for 5
times
F5
Blinks for 7
times
Green LED
Lamp
灭
E6
Blinks for 9
times
E3
U7
E8
Discharge temperature
protection
E4
Overload protection
H3
Over power protection
L9
Blinks for 6
times
Blinks for 7
times
Blinks for 8
times
Blinks for 9
times
3.3 Each Malfunction and Diagram
(1) LED Lamp Status Description
Different status of green, red and yellow indicators indicate different operation status and protection of the unit.
Note:The LED’s flash at a 1 second rate for the required number of flashes, and then a 2 second pause before repeating the 1
second rate sequence.
Note: Two or more faults can appear in the one LED fault sequence.
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# Example of LED sequence:
Single fault code sequence.
Mutable fault code sequence.
(2) Low Voltage protection
PL is displayed on indoor unit
Yellow LED lamp of outdoor unit blinks for 12 times
# Check voltage of power supply.
(3) High voltage protection
PH is displayed on indoor unit
Yellow LED lamp of outdoor unit blinks for 13 times.
# Check voltage of power supply.
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(4) Communication Malfunction
E6 is displayed on indoor unit
Green LED lamp of outdoor unit doesn’t blink.
# If there is no LED lamp blinking,
1. Measure voltage between N1 (neutral wire ) and 3 (live wire) on patching board of outdoor electric box by AC voltage grade of
universal meter. If it is found that there is voltage, check if there is electricity for patching board of indoor unit. If there is no
electricity, check if wiring of indoor unit is correct. Otherwise replace controller of indoor unit.
2. If power supply of indoor unit is normal, check if wiring of outdoor unit is correct and if there is any wrong or loose wiring.
3. If the above two conditions don’t exist, outdoor controller can be replaced directly.
# Any or a few of indicators are normally on,
Such circumstance usually indicates that IC on outdoor controller doesn’t work. Outdoor controller can be replaced directly.
# There is only red indicator blinking
1. Set universal meter to DC voltage grade to measure voltage of detection point 8. If voltage is between 0~3.3V, the signal has
been sent by indoor unit but not received by outdoor unit yet. In that case, replace outdoor controller directly.
2.If voltage of detection point 8 is always around 3.3V or around 0V, set universal meter to AC voltage to measure voltage
between communication wire (2) and neutral wire (N1) on patching board. If voltage swings between 0V and 20V, the signal
has been sent by indoor unit but not received by outdoor unit yet. In that case, replace outdoor controller directly. If voltage
doesn’t change, indoor unit has not sent signal or the communication wire is damaged. Check communication wire or replace
indoor controller.
Communicati
on
malfunction
Any LED lamp or a few of
LED lamps are always
on.
Three LED
lamps are all off
Check voltages of
neutral and live wire
on patching board of
ODU.
Normal
Voltage is
between 0~ 3.3V
Voltage is always
at high level or
always at low
level.
Replace outdoor
controller directly.
Measure voltage
between communication
wire and neutral wire on
patching board with
universal meter.
Check if
wiring or IDU is
correct.
Wiring is
correct and
replace the IDU.
Wiring is correct
and replace the
outdoor controller.
(5)
Check voltage of detection point
8 by DC voltage grade of
universal meter.
Abnormal
Check if
wiring or ODU
is correct.
Wiring is
wrong or loose
and correct the
wiring.
Replace ODU
directly.
Only red LED
lamp blinks
Wiring is wrong or loose
and correct the wiring.
Voltage changes
between 0V and
20V.
Voltage doesn’t
change
Replace outdoor
controller directly.
Check communication
wire or replace indoor
controller.
Freeze Protection
E2 is displayed on indoor unit
Yellow LED lamp of outdoor unit blinks for 3 times
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(6) Over current protection
E5 is displayed on indoor unit
Yellow LED lamp of outdoor unit blinks for 5 times
#It indicates that the current of the complete unit is too large. Check if voltage of power supply is normal.
(7) EEPROM Reading and Writing Malfunction
EE is displayed on indoor unit
Yellow LED lamp of outdoor unit blinks for 11 times
# Check if EEPRPM is assembled correctly.
Position of EEPROM
(8) Outdoor Ambient Temp. Sensor Malfunction
F3 is displayed on indoor unit
Red LED lamp of outdoor unit blinks for 6 times
# Check if external ambient temp. sensor is well connected
# Check if external ambient temp. sensor is open-circuit or short-circuit
(9) Outdoor Tube Temp. Sensor Malfunction
F4 is displayed on indoor unit
Red LED lamp of outdoor unit blinks for 5 times
# Check if external tube temp. sensor is well connected
# Check if external tube temp. sensor is open-circuit or short-circuit
(10) Outdoor Air Discharging Temp. Sensor Malfunction
F5 is displayed on indoor unit
Red LED lamp of outdoor unit blinks for 7 times
# Check if the air discharging temp. sensor is well connected
# Check if air discharging temp. resistance is open-circuit or short-circuit
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(11) PFC Over Current Protection
HC is displayed on indoor unit
Yellow LED lamp of outdoor unit blinks for 14 times
# Check if the power supply voltage is normal
# Check if there is short circuit between any two pins. If so, IGBT is damaged. Replace the IGBT and turn on the unit again. If
IGBT is still burnt out, the PFC drive circuit is damaged, replace the mainboard.
# Check if voltage of PFC is normal (15V). If not, check switch power module.
(12) IPM Protection
H5 is displayed on indoor unit
Yellow LED lamp of outdoor unit blinks for 4 times
# Check if the compressor module is normal: check if it is short circuit of the outdoor unit mainboard bus bar (the left side of
R201, see test point 2) and phase U, V, W, check if it is short circuit of earth wire (Radiator U404, see test point 2) and phase
U, V, W, if so, the module is damaged. If not, check the AC with following steps
IPM module protection occurs (H5 is displayed
on indoor unit)
Wait over 3min and ,check if the unit can resume
normal operation.
Unrecovera
ble
Recoverable
Keep the unit operating and observe
if IPM module protection will occur
again.
De-energize the unit and wait for over 5min and then energize it again( set
COOL or HEAT mode). Observe if IPM protection occurs within 1min after
turning on the unit.
Y
Over current protection
occurs for power supply
module incurs IPM
module protection
N
Y
Normal IPM
protection which
may be incurred
by abnormal
power supply or
other reasons
N
After turning on the unit, observe
if outdoor fan is operating (keep
operating for about 1min and
then stops operation)
Because there are over 6 times of over
current protection for IPM module, refer
to recoverable conditions.
N
Y
Check if power supply (15V, detection
point 3) for IPM module is normal.
Check if voltage of power supply is
lower than 165V; If condenser is
blocked; De-energize the unit and wait
for at least 5min. Then open outdoor
electric box to check if screws of IPM
module are screwed up. And check if
thermal grease is spread evenly.
Normal
Control terminal
inside IPM module
is damaged
Clean condenser of outdoor unit;
spread thermal grease on the bottom of
IPM module; reassemble IPM module.
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module or
mainboard
Abnormal
D304 or switch power board is
damaged
Y
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De-energize the unit and wait for at least
5min (when voltage between P and N is
lower than 40V). Unplug U,V,W terminals
connecting to compressor and check if
IGBT on IPM is damaged by universal
meter.
N
Replace IPM
module or
mainboard
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Check if
compressor is
damaged or
blocked.
(13) Mismatching of indoor and outdoor unit
LP is displayed on indoor unit
Yellow LED lamp of outdoor unit blinks for 16 times
# Check if jumper cap of indoor unit is applicable.
Needle stand of
jumper cap
(14) Low Pressure Protection (refrigerant leak) (not applicable to this model)
E3 is displayed on indoor unit
Red LED lamp of outdoor unit blinks for 9 time
# Check if refrigerant leaks and if connecting pipe is correctly connected.
(15) Abnormality of 4-way valve
U7 is displayed on indoor unit
# If 4-way valve is abnormally working, check 4-way valve is damaged; cut-off power and unplug 2 wire of 4-way valve. Then
measure resistance between two wire. If the resistance is not between 1~2K, the electromagnetic valve is open circuit. In that
case, replace coil of 4-way valve.
(16) Over-load Protection Function
E8 is displayed on indoor unit
Yellow LED lamp of outdoor unit blinks for 6 times.
Measure temperature of outdoor heat exchanger during COOL operation; measuring temperature of indoor heat exchanger
during HEAT operation.
When Tpipe≤T1℃, the previous operation status will be resumed.
When Tpipe≥T2℃, if Tpipe≤T1℃ for continuous 3min, normal operation will be resumed;
When Tpipe≥T3℃, compressor will operate at decreased frequency;
When Tpipe≥T4℃, compressor will stop operation;
During COOL and DRY operations:T1=52,T2=55,T3=58,T4=62;
During HEAT operation:T1=50,T2=53,T=56,T4=60;
# Check if temperature of pipe meets the above conditions of over-load protection.
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(17) Discharge Temperature Protection
E4 is displayed on indoor unit
Yellow LED lamp of outdoor unit blinks for 7 times
When TBdischarge≥98℃, the frequency is prohibited to increase;
When TBdischarge≥103℃, the compressor operates at decreased frequency;
When TBdischarge≥110℃, the compressor stops operation;
When TBdischarge≤90, when compressor has stopped operation for 3min, it will resume operation.
# Check if discharge temperature meets the above conditions of protection.
(18) Overload Protection
H3 is displayed on indoor unit
Yellow LED lamp of outdoor unit blinks for 8 times.
# Check the following points:
Refrigerant charge.
Restrictions within the capillary tube.
Poor air flow across the indoor & outdoor coils.
Correct operation of the four way reversing valve.
# Check the Compressor Over Temperature connector plug located on the outdoor PCB for correct termination & continuity to
the over temperature protector.
# Check the over temperature protector located next to the three compressor terminals.
Note: This over temperature protector is “normally closed”.
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(19) Power Protection
L9 is displayed on indoor unit
Yellow LED lamp of outdoor unit blinks for 9 times
When Pc≥1900w, if Pc≤1800w for continuous 3min, the unit will resume normal operation;
When PcB≥2000w, the unit will operate at decreased frequency;
When Pc≥2100w, compressor stops operation.
# Check if power of compressor meets the conditions mentioned above. Decrease the frequency so as to reduce the power to
less than 1800w for 3min. Then check if the compressor resumes operation.
(20) Other Normal Malfunction
COOL operation is normal but HEAT operation is unavailable.
COOL
operation
is
normal
but
HEAT
operation is unavailable.
In HEAT mode, measure voltage
between two wire of 4-way-valve by AC
voltage grade of universal meter.
If it is AC220V
Voltage between 4V and
AC-L2(detection point 10)
is not around AC220V
Cut-off power supply and unplug two wire of
4-way-walve. Then measure if resistance
between the two wire is 1-2K
Replace outdoor controller
Resistance is too
large
Replace 4-way valve
4-way valve is
normal
The system of the unit is
abnormal
HEAT operation is normal but COOL operation is unavailable.
It is usually due to K3 contact adhesion of outdoor controller, which can be judged by universal meter.
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After replacing outdoor controller, the malfunction still exists:
In that case, check if communication wire, temp sensor, fan, compressor or 4-way valve is normal.
Communication wire: Check if communication wire, live wire and neutral wire are incorrectly connected, or wiring terminal is
poorly connected. If the communication wire is prolonged, check if the joint is well connected.
Temperature sensor: measure resistances to ground of the 3.3V(detection point 6) and IPM15V(detection point 3). If there is
short circuit to ground, check if each temp sensor is damaged.
Electric reactor: If communication malfunction still occurs after replacing electric box, unplug 2 wiring terminals of electric
reactor and measure resistance between these two terminals by universal meter.
Fan: unplug wiring terminal of fan and measure resistance between any two wire among red, yellow, white wire by universal
meter. Usually, the resistance will be hundreds of ohm, otherwise, there is open circuit and the fan is damaged.
Compressor: If operation environment is good, wiring is correct and system is in normal conditions, the H5 protection still
frequently occurs after replacing controller, probably because compressor has malfunction.
4-way valve: unplug two purple wire of 4-way valve and then measure if resistance between these two wire is 1~2K. If the
resistance is too large, there is open circuit of electromagnetic valve and coil of 4-way valve shall be replaced.
If malfunctions above don’t exist, inspect indoor unit.
(21) Cautions
1. Before replacing mainboard of inverter outdoor unit, check if the substituted mainboard is qualified. The following tests shall
be done:
a. Check if there is short circuit between any two pins of IGBT. If so, this mainboard of outdoor unit can’t be used.
b. Check if there is short circuit between P,N of DC bus bar. If so, this mainboard of outdoor unit can’t be used.
c. Check if there is short circuit between P and U,V,W and between N and U,V,W. If there is any short circuit, this mainboard
can’t be used.
2. Each kind of compressor is applicable to one kind of mainboard.
There is one-to-one relationship between mainboard and
compressor. Before replacement, check the model of the mainboard which has malfunction and then use the mainboard with
the same model for replacement. Don’t judge model of mainboard according to model of the unit, or else, mismatching between
mainboard and compressor may be incurred.
3. Before replacing compressor, chosen compressor which has the same model for replacement. Don’t judge model of
compressor according to model of the unit, or else, mismatching between compressor and pipeline or controller may be
incurred.
4. Wire can’t contact each other, 4-way valve, compressor and sharp edge. Ground wire of compressor, fan and electric box
shall be separately fixed.
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Appendix
Appendix 1: Resistance Table of Ambient Temperature Sensor for Indoor and Outdoor Units(15K)
Resistance
Resistance
Temp(℃) Resistance(kΩ) Temp(℃)
Temp(℃)
Temp(℃)
(kΩ)
(kΩ)
-19
138.1
20
18.75
59
3.848
98
Resistance
(kΩ)
1.071
-18
128.6
21
17.93
60
3.711
99
1.039
-17
121.6
22
17.14
61
3.579
100
1.009
-16
115
23
16.39
62
3.454
101
0.98
-15
108.7
24
15.68
63
3.333
102
0.952
-14
102.9
25
15
64
3.217
103
0.925
-13
97.4
26
14.36
65
3.105
104
0.898
-12
92.22
27
13.74
66
2.998
105
0.873
-11
87.35
28
13.16
67
2.896
106
0.848
-10
82.75
29
12.6
68
2.797
107
0.825
-9
78.43
30
12.07
69
2.702
108
0.802
-8
74.35
31
11.57
70
2.611
109
0.779
-7
70.5
32
11.09
71
2.523
110
0.758
-6
66.88
33
10.63
72
2.439
111
0.737
-5
63.46
34
10.2
73
2.358
112
0.717
-4
60.23
35
9.779
74
2.28
113
0.697
-3
57.18
36
9.382
75
2.206
114
0.678
-2
54.31
37
9.003
76
2.133
115
0.66
-1
51.59
38
8.642
77
2.064
116
0.642
0
49.02
39
8.297
78
1.997
117
0.625
1
46.6
40
7.967
79
1.933
118
0.608
2
44.31
41
7.653
80
1.871
119
0.592
3
42.14
42
7.352
81
1.811
120
0.577
4
40.09
43
7.065
82
1.754
121
0.561
5
38.15
44
6.791
83
1.699
122
0.547
6
36.32
45
6.529
84
1.645
123
0.532
7
34.58
46
6.278
85
1.594
124
0.519
8
32.94
47
6.038
86
1.544
125
0.505
9
31.38
48
5.809
87
1.497
126
0.492
10
29.9
49
5.589
88
1.451
127
0.48
11
28.51
50
5.379
89
1.408
128
0.467
12
27.18
51
5.197
90
1.363
129
0.456
13
25.92
52
4.986
91
1.322
130
0.444
14
24.73
53
4.802
92
1.282
131
0.433
15
23.6
54
4.625
93
1.244
132
0.422
16
22.53
55
4.456
94
1.207
133
0.412
17
21.51
56
4.294
95
1.171
134
0.401
18
20.54
57
4.139
96
1.136
135
0.391
19
19.63
58
3.99
97
1.103
136
0.382
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Appendix 2: Resistance Table of Outdoor and Indoor Tube Temperature Sensors(20K)
Resistance
Resistance
Resistance
Temp(℃)
Temp(℃)
Temp(℃)
Temp(℃)
(kΩ)
(kΩ)
(kΩ)
Resistance
(kΩ)
-19
181.4
20
25.01
59
5.13
98
1.427
-18
171.4
21
23.9
60
4.948
99
1.386
-17
162.1
22
22.85
61
4.773
100
1.346
-16
153.3
23
21.85
62
4.605
101
1.307
-15
145
24
20.9
63
4.443
102
1.269
-14
137.2
25
20
64
4.289
103
1.233
-13
129.9
26
19.14
65
4.14
104
1.198
-12
123
27
18.13
66
3.998
105
1.164
-11
116.5
28
17.55
67
3.861
106
1.131
-10
110.3
29
16.8
68
3.729
107
1.099
-9
104.6
30
16.1
69
3.603
108
1.069
-8
99.13
31
15.43
70
3.481
109
1.039
-7
94
32
14.79
71
3.364
110
1.01
-6
89.17
33
14.18
72
3.252
111
0.983
-5
84.61
34
13.59
73
3.144
112
0.956
-4
80.31
35
13.04
74
3.04
113
0.93
-3
76.24
36
12.51
75
2.94
114
0.904
-2
72.41
37
12
76
2.844
115
0.88
-1
68.79
38
11.52
77
2.752
116
0.856
0
65.37
39
11.06
78
2.663
117
0.833
1
62.13
40
10.62
79
2.577
118
0.811
2
59.08
41
10.2
80
2.495
119
0.77
3
56.19
42
9.803
81
2.415
120
0.769
4
53.46
43
9.42
82
2.339
121
0.746
5
50.87
44
9.054
83
2.265
122
0.729
6
48.42
45
8.705
84
2.194
123
0.71
7
46.11
46
8.37
85
2.125
124
0.692
8
43.92
47
8.051
86
2.059
125
0.674
9
41.84
48
7.745
87
1.996
126
0.658
10
39.87
49
7.453
88
1.934
127
0.64
11
38.01
50
7.173
89
1.875
128
0.623
12
36.24
51
6.905
90
1.818
129
0.607
13
34.57
52
6.648
91
1.736
130
0.592
14
32.98
53
6.403
92
1.71
131
0.577
15
31.47
54
6.167
93
1.658
132
0.563
16
30.04
55
5.942
94
1.609
133
0.549
17
28.68
56
5.726
95
1.561
134
0.535
18
27.39
57
5.519
96
1.515
135
0.521
19
26.17
58
5.32
97
1.47
136
0.509
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Appendix 3: Resistance Table of Outdoor Discharge Temperature Sensor(50K)
Resistance
Temp
Resistance
Temp
Resistance
Temp
Resistance(kΩ)
(kΩ)
(℃)
(kΩ)
(℃)
(kΩ)
(℃)
853.5
10
98
49
18.34
88
4.754
799.8
11
93.42
50
17.65
89
4.609
-27
750
12
89.07
51
16.99
90
4.469
-26
703.8
13
84.95
52
16.36
91
4.334
-25
660.8
14
81.05
53
15.75
92
4.204
-24
620.8
15
77.35
54
15.17
93
4.079
-23
580.6
16
73.83
55
14.62
94
3.958
-22
548.9
17
70.5
56
14.09
95
3.841
-21
516.6
18
67.34
57
13.58
96
3.728
-20
486.5
19
64.33
58
13.09
97
3.619
-19
458.3
20
61.48
59
12.62
98
3.514
-18
432
21
58.77
60
12.17
99
3.413
-17
407.4
22
56.19
61
11.74
100
3.315
-16
384.5
23
53.74
62
11.32
101
3.22
-15
362.9
24
51.41
63
10.93
102
3.129
-14
342.8
25
49.19
64
10.54
103
3.04
-13
323.9
26
47.08
65
10.18
104
2.955
-12
306.2
27
45.07
66
9.827
105
2.872
-11
289.6
28
43.16
67
9.489
106
2.792
-10
274
29
41.34
68
9.165
107
2.715
-9
259.3
30
39.61
69
8.854
108
2.64
-8
245.6
31
37.96
70
8.555
109
2.568
-7
232.6
32
36.38
71
8.268
110
2.498
-6
220.5
33
34.88
72
7.991
111
2.431
-5
209
34
33.45
73
7.726
112
2.365
-4
198.3
35
32.09
74
7.47
113
2.302
-3
199.1
36
30.79
75
7.224
114
2.241
-2
178.5
37
29.54
76
6.998
115
2.182
-1
169.5
38
28.36
77
6.761
116
2.124
0
161
39
27.23
78
6.542
117
2.069
1
153
40
26.15
79
6.331
118
2.015
2
145.4
41
25.11
80
6.129
119
1.963
3
138.3
42
24.13
81
5.933
120
1.912
4
131.5
43
23.19
82
5.746
121
1.863
5
125.1
44
22.29
83
5.565
122
1.816
6
119.1
45
21.43
84
5.39
123
1.77
7
113.4
46
20.6
85
5.222
124
1.725
8
108
47
19.81
86
5.06
125
1.682
9
102.8
48
19.06
87
4.904
126
1.64
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10. Disassembly Procedure
Indoor disassembly:
Procedure
Steps
1. Before disassembly
2. Remove panel
panel
Remove the clamps on left and right side of the
panel, to separate the panel and front case.
displayer
Remove the screws fixing display, to remove the
display.
screw
3. Remove filter and electric box cover 2
Loosen the clamp of filter, pull outward to remove
the filter; remove the two fixing screws on electric
box cover, to remove the electric box cover 2
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Steps
Procedure
4. Remove guide louver
axial
bushing
guide
louver
Pushing out the axial bushing in middle of the
guide louver, slightly bend the guide louver to
remove it.
5. Remove front case assy
Remove the screws fixing front case. Loosen the
clamps on front case.
screw
clamp
Disconnect the connection terminal between
electrostatic deduster and mainboard to remove
the front case assy
connection terminal of
electrostatic deduster
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6. Remove electric box assy
electric box
cover 1
Loosen the clasp of electric box cover; remove the
electric box cover; remove the tube temperature
sensor; remove the 3 earthing wire screws of
earthin
g screw
scre
w
evaporator and then remove the connection screw
of electric box and chassis.
indoor tube
temp. sensor
clamp
Remove the 2 connection screws of electrostatic
deduster and evaporator and then remove the
screw
electrostatic deduster.
Remove the cold plasma generator from the
evaporator; disconnect the connection wire of cold
plasma generator and mainboard to remove the
cold plasma generator.
。
cold plasma generator
motor connection
terminal
step motor
connection
terminal
Disconnect each wiring terminal with mainboard
to remove the electric box.
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Steps
Procedure
7. Remove connection pipe clamp and evaporator assy
screw
connection
pipe clamp
evaporator
assy
Remove the screws fixing connection pipe clamp,
to remove the clamp. Remove the two screws
connecting evaporator angle support and chassis,
screw
remove the screws fixing evaporator assy and
motor clamp, loosen the clamp, slightly regulate
the evaporator connection pipe position, to
remove the evaporator.
clamp
8. Remove motor clamp
screw
Remove the screws fixing motor clamp, to remove
the clamp.
motor clamp
Steps
Procedure
9. Remove motor and cross fan blade
Remove the screws connecting cross fan blade and
motor, to remove the motor and cross fan blade.
motor
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Outdoor disassembly:
Steps
Procedure
1. Remove top cover
Remove the screws fixing right handle and valve
cover, to remove them.
screw
Remove the screws fixing left & right side of top
cover, to remove the top cover.
top cover
screw
2. Remove panel assy
panel
assy
Remove the screws connecting panel assy,
chassis and motor support, to remove the panel
assy.
screw
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3. Remove left and right side plate assy
right side
plate assy
Remove the screws connecting right side plate
and evaporator, electric box assy and valve
support, to remove the right side plate assy.
screw
Left side
plate assy
Remove the screws connecting left side plate and
evaporator to remove the left side plate assy.
screw
4. Remove axial fan blade
Remove the screw nut fixing axial fan blade, to
remove the axial fan blade
axial
fan
blade
screw
nut
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5. Remove motor and motor support
Remove the screw nut fixing motor, to remove the
motor
motor; remove the screws connecting motor
support and chassis, to remove the motor support.
motor support
screw nut
6. Remove electric box assy
electric box cover
Remove the screw fixing electric box cover, to
remove the electric box cover.
Cut off the bonding tie, pull out every connection
terminal, remove every connection wire along the
wire distributing, to separate the connection wire
electric box assy
and electric box.
Remove the screws connecting electric box assy,
mid-isolation board and motor support, to remove
the electric box assy.
screw
motor support
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Steps
Procedure
7. Remove four-way valve assy
Remove the screw on electromagnetic loop, to
four-way
valve
assy
remove the loop. Welding cut the spot weld of
four-way valve, to remove the four-way valve
assy. (Release the refrigerant clearly before
welding cutting)
spot
weld
8. Remove bid and small valve
Remove the screw fixing big and small valve, to
small
valve
screw
remove the valves.
big valve
9. Remove compressor
compressor
Remove the sound insulation cotton packing
compressor, remove the feet screw nut fixing
compressor, to remove the compressor.
sound
insulation
cotton
feet
screw
nut
210-10 ADL
62/62
599 75 60-77