Mitsubishi Electric MSH12TN Service manual

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Revision:
● MUH12TN-
U2
has been added.
● MUH15TN- U2 has been added.
● REFRIGERANT SYSTEM DIAGRAM of
MXZ30TN and MXZ30TN2 has partly been
changed.
● PARTS LIST of MXZ30TN and MXZ30TN2
has partly been changed
● Please void OB275 Revised edition-C.
SPLIT-TYPE, HEAT PUMP AIR CONDITIONERS
No. OB275
REVISED EDITION-D
SERVICE MANUAL
Wireless type
Models
MSH09TW
MSH12TN
MSH15TN
MSH17TN
MSH09TW
MSH12TN
-
U1
U1
MSH15TN
-
U1
·
·
·
·
·
·
·
·
·
·
MUH09TW
MUH12TN
MUH15TN
MUH17TN
MUH09TW
MUH12TN
MUH12TN
MUH15TN
MUH15TN
MUH17TN
- U1
Inverter-controlled multi system Model
MSH17TN
-
U1
U1
U2
U1
U2
U1
· MXZ30TN
· MXZ30TN2
CONTENTS
MSH12TN MSH12TN MSH15TN MSH15TN MSH17TN MSH17TN INDOOR UNIT
1. FEATURES ·························································2
2. TECHNICAL CHANGES ····································5
3. PART NAMES AND FUNCTIONS······················7
4. INDOOR UNIT COMBINATION························10
5. SPECIFICATION···············································11
6. DATA·································································17
7. OUTLINES AND DIMENSIONS ·······················39
8. WIRING DIAGRAM ··········································43
9. REFRIGERANT SYSTEM DIAGRAM ··············51
10. MICROPROCESSOR CONTROL ····················54
11. SERVICE FUNCTIONS·····································72
12. TROUBLESHOOTING······································75
13. DISASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS···················101
14. PARTS LIST····················································114
15. OPTIONAL PARTS·········································126
Indication of
model name
U1
U1
U1
Remote
controller
Indication of
model name
MUH15TN MUH15TN OUTDOOR UNIT
U1
MUH15TN -
The Slim Line.
From Mitsubishi Electric.
U2
TM
C
L IST ED
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FEATURES
1
DIFFERENT POINTS between models for USA and CANADA
USA
MSH09TW
MSH12TN
MSH15TN
MSH17TN
Model
Refer to
8. WIRING DIAGRAM
AMBIENT
TEMPERATURE
THERMISTOR
No
Have
INTERVAL
TIME
40min.
15min.
DEFROSTING
Remark
CANADA
MSH09TW - U1
MSH12TN - U1
MSH15TN - U1
MSH17TN - U1
RT63(Outdoor):
for protection in low ambient temperature
10. MICRO PROCESSOR CONTROL
10-1. -HEAT mode of "I FEEL CONTROL"5. Outdoor temperature control(P. 60)
10. MICRO PROCESSOR CONTROL
10-1. -HEAT mode of "I FEEL CONTROL"3. Defrosting (P.59)
START
TEMPERATURE
27˚F
FINISH
TEMPERATURE
38˚F
32˚F
for protection in low ambient temperature
11. SERVICE FUNCTIONS
11-2. CHANGE IN DEFROST SETTING(P.72)
50˚F
MUH09TW MUH09TW - U1
MUH12TN MUH12TN- U1
MUH12TN- U2
MSH09TW MSH09TW - U1
LCD wireless
remote controller
MSH12TN MSH12TN - U1
MSH15TN MSH15TN - U1
MSH17TN MSH17TN - U1
MUH15TN MUH15TN - U1
MUH15TN - U2
MUH17TN MUH17TN - U1
MXZ30TN MXZ30TN2
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Model
MSH09TW MSH09TW -
Cooling capacity
Heating capacity
SEER
4/5
5)
HSPF(4
8,800Btu/h
10,500Btu/h
10.0
6.8/5.9
MSH12TN MSH12TN -
U1
12,600/12,900Btu/h
13,000/13,500Btu/h
10.2
6.8/5.9
MSH15TN MSH15TN -
U1
14,300/14,600Btu/h
14,500/14,800Btu/h
10.7
6.8/5.9
MSH17TN MSH17TN -
U1
16,000/16,200Btu/h
16,800/17,200Btu/h
10.4
6.8/5.9
U1
“I FEEL CONTROL” IN OUR LCD WIRELESS REMOTE CONTROLLER WITH ON/OFF PROGRAM TIMER
Mitsubishi Electric’s new wireless remote controller incorporates a number of advanced features that provide even greater control and ease-to-use. It has a liquid crystal display which indicates such information as mode, fan speed and temperature
selected as well as the programmed ON/OFF timer. It is also equipped with “I Feel Control”, a unique Mitsubishi Electric feature that allows the user to adjust the temperature to exactly the level he or she wants simply by tapping the button that
describes present conditions : “Too Cool” or “Too Warm”. The optimum temperature set this way is then memorized for immediate recall whenever the air conditioner is used again.
Select desired air flow direction.
REMOTE-CONTROL OPERATION MODE
Using the remote controller, you can select from five airflow settings to match room layout and the location of people. Also, you
can set the vane to swing automatically.
AUTO-RESTART FUNCTION
The auto-restart function restarts the equipment when power is
restored following an outage automatically. Operation resumes in
the mode in which the equipment was running immediately before
the outage.
HIGH PERFORMANCE ROTARY COMPRESSOR
The advanced design of Mitsubishi Electric’s powerful and energy
efficient rotary compressor results in lower operating costs and
longer service life.
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SWING
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MXZ30TN MXZ30TN2
Model
Cooling capacity
Heating capacity
SEER
4)
HSPF(4
MXZ30TN MXZ30TN2
28,400Btu/h
(4,160 - 30,500)
28,600Btu/h
(5,790 - 38,000)
11.0
7.5
Inverter Technology
Outdoor unit uses inverter compressor technology (Variable Frequency Drive) to provide exceptional indoor high-speed
cooling and heating.
By responding to indoor temperature changes, the system reduces power consumption by varying the compressor speed for
extra energy savings and performs only to the levels needed to maintain a constant and comfortable indoor environment.
Extra Energy Savings
For optimum performance inverter technology controls the electrical current to the compressor, delivering only the energy
needed to match the cooling and heat load of a room. This feature reduces energy consumption.
High-Speed Heating and Cooling
Compressor rotation is controlled to maximize
efficiency, changing speeds according to the cooling
and heating load of a room. This application means
the desired temperature is reached much faster.
Inverter model
Set Temperature
Conventional
model
Time
Optimum Comfort Year-Round
Inverter Model:
Uniform temperatures are
maintained by finely tuned
control of compressor speed.
Set Temperature
Unlike conventional units that start and stop repetitively,
inverter units are able to detect subtle changes in room
temperature and adjust airflow automatically. This adaptation
means less temperature variation and more comfortable rooms.
Optimum Comfort in Any Situation
Conventional Model:
Temperature are
adjusted by switching the
compressor off and on.
Time
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TECHNICAL CHANGES
MSH09NW2 ➔ MSH09TW
1. Indoor unit has changed.
2. Remote controller has changed.
MSH12NN2 ➔ MSH12TN
1. Remote controller has changed.
2. Union size of connect pipe for gas has changed.
MSH15NN2 ➔ MSH15TN
MSH17NN2 ➔ MSH17TN
1. Remote controller has changed.
MUH09NW2 ➔ MUH09TW
1. Outdoor unit has changed.
MUH12NN2 ➔ MUH12TN
1. Outdoor unit has changed.
MUH15NN2 ➔ MUH15TN
1. Only model name has changed.
MUH17NN2 ➔ MUH17TN
1. Valve type has changed (Size for connecting pipe is the same).
MSH09NW2 -
U1
➔ MSH09TW -
U1
1. Indoor unit has changed.
2. Remote controller has changed.
MSH12NN2 -
U1
➔ MSH12TN -
U1
1. Remote controller has changed.
2. Union size of connect pipe for gas has changed.
MSH15NN2 MSH17NN2 -
U1
U1
➔ MSH15TN ➔ MSH17TN -
U1
U1
1. Remote controller has changed.
MUH09NW2 -
U1
➔ MUH09TW -
U1
1. Outdoor unit has changed.
MUH12NN2 -
U1
➔ MUH12TN -
U1
1. Outdoor unit has changed.
MUH15NN2 -
U1
➔ MUH15TN -
U1
1. Only model name has changed.
MUH17NN2 -
U1
➔ MUH17TN -
U1
1. Valve type has changed (Size for connecting pipe is the same).
MXZ30TN
1. New model.
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MXZ30TN ➔ MXZ30TN2
1. Noise filter P.C. board has changed to improve the capacity for protecting the inverter-controlled circuit when the
voltage higher than the rated one is aupplied with the inverter-controlled circuit.
2. Noise filter P.C. board for “MXZ30TN” and “MXZ30TN2” are not interchangeable.
3. Service parts have been changed as follows according to above change;
•The value of R(resistor)has changed. 10Ω ➔ 20Ω
•TB5(terminal block) has been removed.
MUH12TN MUH15TN -
U1
U1
➔ MUH12TN ➔ MUH15TN -
U2
U2
1. Outdoor haet exchanger has changed.
Outdoor haet exchanger for “TN - U1 ” and “TN -
U2
” are not interchangeable.
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PART NAMES AND FUNCTIONS
INDOOR UNIT
MSH09TW MSH09TW -
MSH12TN MSH12TN MSH15TN MSH15TN MSH17TN MSH17TN -
U1
Grille
Deodorizing filter(option)
(gray sponge type)
U1
U1
U1
Air inlet
Air cleaning filter(option)
(white bellows type)
Remote control
receiving section
Front panel
Model indication
Air filter
Model indication
Horizontal vane
Vertical vanes
Remote controller
Operation section
(When the grille is opened)
MSH09TW MSH09TW - U1
MSH09TW MSH09TW - U1
Operation indicator lamp
Emergency operation switch
Receiving section
MSH12TN MSH12TN - U1
MSH15TN MSH15TN - U1
MSH17TN MSH17TN - U1
MSH12TN MSH12TN - U1
MSH15TN MSH15TN - U1
MSH17TN MSH17TN - U1
Emergency operation switch
ACCESSORIES
MSH09TW MSH09TW 1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Installation plate
Installation plate fixing screw 4 x 25 mm(0.16 x 0.98 in.)
Remote controller mounting hardware
Fixing screw for 3 3.5 x 16 mm(0.14 x 0.63 in.) (Black)
Battery (AAA) for remote controller
Wireless remote controller
Felt tape (Used for left or left-rear piping)
1
5
1
2
2
1
1
7
U1
MSH12TN MSH12TN MSH15TN MSH15TN MSH17TN MSH17TN 1
6
1
2
2
1
1
U1
U1
U1
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OUTDOOR UNIT
MUH09TW
MUH12TN
MUH09TW - U1
MUH12TN - U1
MUH12TN - U2
MUH15TN MUH15TN MUH15TN -
U1
MUH17TN MUH17TN -
U2
Air inlet
(back and side)
Piping
Drain hose
Air outlet
Drain outlet
MXZ30TN MXZ30TN2
Air inlet
(back and side)
Model indication
Air outlet
8
U1
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REMOTE CONTROLLER
MSH09TW
MSH12TN
MSH15TN
MSH17TN
MSH09TW - U1
MSH12TN - U1
MSH15TN - U1
MSH17TN - U1
Signal transmitting section
Operation display section
PM
OPERATE /STOP
(ON /OFF)button
AM
TOO
ON/OFF WARM
TOO
COOL
TEMPERATURE buttons
Open the front lid.
CLOCK
PM
AM
TOO
ON/OFF WARM
VANE CONTROL button
TOO
COOL
FAN
STOP
VANE
START
I FEEL COOL
FAN SPEED CONTROL button
OFF-TIMER button
HEAT DRY
ON-TIMER button
MODE
HR.
OPERATION SELECT button
MIN.
HR. button
MIN. button
(TIME SET button)
RESET CLOCK
CLOCK SET button
RESET button
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INDOOR UNITS COMBINATION
MXZ30TN MXZ30TN2
NOTE: Electrical data is for outdoor unit only.
Cooling capacity (BTU/h)
Indoor units
combination
Unit A
Unit B
Unit C
09
8,800
–
–
12
12,900
–
–
15
14,600
–
–
17
16,200
–
–
09+09
8,800
8,800
–
09+12
8,800
12,900
–
09+15
8,800
14,600
–
09+17
8,800
16,200
–
12+12
12,900
12,900
–
09+09+09
8,800
8,800
8,800
09+09+12
7,370
7,370
13,660
Total
8,800
(4,160~9,210)
12,900
(5,600~15,350)
14,600
(5,600~17,010)
16,200
(6,470~18,720)
17,600
(5,470~18,680)
21,700
(6,240~22,760)
23,400
(6,240~24,030)
25,000
(6,220~27,170)
25,800
(6,300~27,900)
26,400
(9,740~29,150)
28,400
(9,940~30,500)
Heating capacity (BTU/h)
Indoor units
combination
Unit A
Unit B
Unit C
09
10,500
–
–
12
13,500
–
–
15
14,800
–
–
17
17,200
–
–
09+09
10,500
10,500
–
09+12
10,500
13,500
–
09+15
10,500
14,800
–
09+17
10,500
17,200
–
12+12
13,500
13,500
–
09+09+09
9,530
9,530
9,530
09+09+12
7,820
7,820
12,960
Total
10,500
(5,790~16,950)
13,500
(6,420~22,400)
14,800
(6,470~23,180)
17,200
(6,520~23,550)
21,000
(6,520~26,900)
24,000
(6,730~30,000)
25,300
(7,490~32,240)
27,700
(8,140~37,100)
27,000
(7,660~36,890)
28,590
(8,900~37,500)
28,600
(9,040~38,000)
10
Outdoor unit
power consumption
(W)
1,030
(510~1,280)
1,250
(510~1,680)
1,250
(510~1,780)
2,200
(500~2,620)
2,200
(550~3,230)
2,280
(540~3,270)
2,280
(540~3,430)
2,680
(550~4,000)
2,700
(540~4,100)
3,500
(700~4,500)
3,800
(810~4,610)
Current
(A)
208V 230V
Outdoor unit
power consumption
(W)
1,100
(560~1,990)
1,200
(560~2,340)
1,400
(570~2,480)
1,600
(600~2,710)
1,950
(620~2,900)
2,210
(640~3,130)
2,400
(640~3,360)
2,700
(690~3,900)
2,520
(650~3,850)
2,720
(710~3,920)
2,800
(710~3,970)
Current
(A)
208V 230V
Power
factor
(%)
4.5
4.0
90
5.4
4.9
90
5.4
4.9
90
9.5
8.6
90
9.5
8.6
90
9.9
8.9
90
9.9
8.9
90
11.6
10.5
90
11.7
10.6
90
15.1
13.6
90
16.4
14.9
90
Power
factor
(%)
4.8
4.3
90
5.2
4.7
90
6.1
5.5
90
6.9
6.3
90
8.4
7.6
90
9.6
8.6
90
10.4
9.4
90
11.7
10.6
90
10.9
9.9
90
11.8
10.6
90
12.1
11.0
90
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SPECIFICATIONS
Model
Item
MSH09TW -
U1
MSH09TW White
115, 1, 60
15
0.5
0.37
–
198-244-297
173(145)-226(187)-279(233)
2.3
26-31-36
5/8
33-1/2
7-1/2
10-15/16
20
MUH09TW
MUH09TW Munsell 5Y 7/1
115, 1, 60
20
16
0.60
RH140WGJT
C-R 0.83 C-S 1.48
12.0
42.0
Capillary tube
47
Reverse cycle
30-23/32
10-1/32
21-1/4
82
Wireless type
12V DC
Not supplied (optional parts)
1/4 (0.0265)
3/8 (0.0285)
Flared
Flared
Max. 25
Max. 49
2 Ib. 3 oz.
9.3 (MS56)
U1
MSH09TW
❈1
Cooling
Btu/h
Heating 47 ❈1
Btu/h
Heating 17 ❈2
Btu/h
Cooling ❈1
W
Power
Heating 47 ❈1
W
consumption
Heating 17 ❈2
Cooling
EER ❈1 [SEER] ❈3
Heating
HSPF IV(V)
Heating ❈1
COP
INDOOR UNIT MODEL
External finish
Power supply
V, phase, Hz
Max. fuse size (time delay)/ Disconnect switch
A
Min. circuit ampacity
A
Fan motor
F.L.A
Auxiliary heater
A(kW)
HEAT Dry
CFM
Airflow Low—Med.—High
COOL Dry(Wet)
CFM
Moisture removal
pt./h
Sound level Low-Med.-High
dB(A)
Cond. drain connection O.D.
in.
W
in.
D
Dimensions
in.
H
in.
Weight
Ib.
OUTDOOR UNIT MODEL
External finish
Power supply
V, phase, Hz
Max. fuse size (time delay)
A
Min. circuit ampacity
A
Fan motor
F.L.A
Model
Winding resistance (at 68˚F) Ω
Compressor
R.L.A
L.R.A
Refrigerant control
Sound level
dB(A)
Defrost method
W
in.
D
Dimensions
in.
H
in.
Weight
Ib.
REMOTE CONTROLLER
Control voltage (by built-in transformer)
REFRIGERANT PIPING
Liquid
Pipe size
in.
(Min. wall thickness) Gas
in.
Indoor
Connection method
Outdoor
Height difference
Between the indoor
ft.
Piping length
& outdoor units
ft.
Refrigerant charge (R22)
lb.
Refrigerating oil (Model)
oz.
8,800
10,500
5,300
890
890
820
9.9 [10.0]
6.8 (5.9)
3.46
Capacity
NOTE : Test conditions are based on ARI 210/240.
❈1 : Rating conditions (cooling) — Indoor : 80˚FDB,
(heating) — Indoor : 70˚FDB,
❈2 :
(heating) — Indoor : 70˚FDB,
❈3 :
(cooling) — Indoor : 80˚FDB,
67˚FWB,
60˚FWB,
60˚FWB,
67˚FWB,
Operating Range
Cooling
Heating
MSH09TW
Maximum
Minimum
Maximum
Minimum
Outdoor
Outdoor
Outdoor
Outdoor
:
:
:
:
95˚FDB,
47˚FDB,
17˚FDB,
82˚FDB,
U1
(75˚FWB)
43˚FWB
15˚FWB
65˚FWB
Indoor intake air temperature Outdoor intake air temperature
115˚FDB
95˚FDB, 71˚FWB
67˚FDB
67˚FDB, 57˚FWB
75˚FDB, 65˚FWB
80˚FDB, 67˚FWB
17˚FDB, 15˚FWB
70˚FDB, 60˚FWB
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Model
Cooling ❈1
(208/230V) Btu/h
Capacity
Heating 47 ❈1 (208/230V) Btu/h
Heating 17 ❈2 (208/230V) Btu/h
W
Cooling ❈1
(208/230V)
Power
W
Heating 47 ❈1 (208/230V)
consumption
Heating 17 ❈2 (208/230V)
EER ❈1 [SEER] ❈3
Cooling
(208/230V)
HSPF IV (V)
Heating
(208/230V)
COP
Heating
(208/230V)
INDOOR UNIT MODEL
External finish
V, phase, Hz
Power supply
A
Max. fuse size (time delay)/ Disconnect switch
A
Min. circuit ampacity
F.L.A
Fan motor
A(kW)
Auxiliary heater
CFM
Dry
Airflow Low—Med.—High
CFM
Wet
pt./h
Moisture removal
dB(A)
Sound level Low-Med.-High
in.
Cond. drain connection O.D.
in.
W
in.
Dimensions
D
in.
H
Ib.
Weight
OUTDOOR UNIT MODEL
External finish
V, phase, Hz
Power supply
A
Max. fuse size (time delay)
A
Min. circuit ampacity
F.L.A
Fan motor
Model
Winding resistance (at 68˚F) Ω
Compressor
R.L.A
L.R.A
Refrigerant control
dB(A)
Sound level
Defrost method
in.
W
in.
D
Dimensions
in.
H
Ib.
Weight
REMOTE CONTROLLER
Control voltage (by built-in transformer)
REFRIGERANT PIPING
in.
Liquid
Pipe size
in.
(Min. wall thickness) Gas
Indoor
Connection method
Outdoor
ft.
Height difference
Between the indoor
ft.
Piping length
& outdoor units
lb.
Refrigerant charge (R22)
oz.
Refrigerating oil (Model)
Item
MSH12TN
MSH12TN - U1
MSH15TN
MSH15TN - U1
12,600/12,900
14,300/14,600
13,000/13,500
14,500/14,800
6,800/7,000
8,700/8,900
1,280/1,310
1,350/1,380
1,180/1,250
1,250/1,300
1,110/1,140
1,210/1,240
9.8/9.8[10.2/10.2]
10.6/10.6 [10.7/10.7]
6.8/6.8 (5.9/5.9)
3.23/3.17
3.40/3.34
MSH15TN
MSH12TN
MSH15TN - U1
MSH12TN - U1
White
115, 1, 60
15
0.6
0.43
–
360-395-452
311-339-388
293-321-367
3.3
4.7
36-39-42
5/8
39-15/16
7-1/2
12-5/8
31
MUH12TN
MUH15TN
MUH12TN - U1 U2
MUH15TN - U1 U2
Munsell 5Y7/1
208/230, 1, 60
15
20
14
0.42
0.52
RH189NHDT
RH207NHDT
C-R 1.68 C-S 2.78
10.0
35.0
Capillary tube
49
53
Reverse cycle
30-23/32
33-7/16
10-1/32
11-7/16
21-1/4
23-13/16
86
99
Wireless type
12V DC
Not supplied (optional parts)
1/4 (0.0265)
1/2 (0.0285)
5/8 (0.0315)
Flared
Flared
Max. 25
Max. 50
2 Ib. 12 oz.
3 lb. 3 oz.
16.1 (MS56)
NOTE : Test conditions are based on ARI 210/240.
❈1 : Rating conditions (cooling) — Indoor : 80˚FDB, 67˚FWB, Outdoor : 95˚FDB, (75˚FWB)
(heating) — Indoor : 70˚FDB, 60˚FWB, Outdoor : 47˚FDB, 43˚FWB
❈2 :
(heating) — Indoor : 70˚FDB, 60˚FWB, Outdoor : 17˚FDB, 15˚FWB
❈3 :
(cooling) — Indoor : 80˚FDB, 67˚FWB, Outdoor : 82˚FDB, 65˚FWB
Operating Range
Cooling
Heating
Maximum
Minimum
Maximum
Minimum
Indoor intake air temperature Outdoor intake air temperature
115˚FDB
95˚FDB, 71˚FWB
67˚FDB
67˚FDB, 57˚FWB
75˚FDB, 65˚FWB
80˚FDB, 67˚FWB
17˚FDB, 15˚FWB
70˚FDB, 60˚FWB
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Item
❈1
Model
(208/230V) Btu/h
(208/230V) Btu/h
(208/230V) Btu/h
W
(208/230V)
W
(208/230V)
(208/230V)
(208/230V)
(208/230V)
(208/230V)
Cooling
Heating 47 ❈1
Heating 17 ❈2
Cooling ❈1
Power
Heating 47 ❈1
consumption
Heating 17 ❈2
❈1
❈3
EER
[SEER]
Cooling
HSPF IV (V)
Heating
COP
Heating
INDOOR UNIT MODEL
External finish
V, phase, Hz
Power supply
A
Max. fuse size (time delay)/ Disconnect switch
A
Min. circuit ampacity
F.L.A
Fan motor
A(kW)
Auxiliary heater
CFM
Dry
Airflow Low—Med.—High
CFM
Wet
pt./h
Moisture removal
dB(A)
Sound level Low-Med.-High
in.
Cond. drain connection O.D.
in.
W
in.
D
Dimensions
in.
H
lb.
Weight
OUTDOOR UNIT MODEL
External finish
V, phase, Hz
Power supply
A
Max. fuse size (time delay)
A
Min. circuit ampacity
F.L.A
Fan motor
Model
Winding resistance (at 68˚F) Ω
Compressor
R.L.A
L.R.A
Refrigerant control
dB(A)
Sound level
Defrost method
in.
W
in.
D
Dimensions
in.
H
lb.
Weight
REMOTE CONTROLLER
Control voltage (by built-in transformer)
REFRIGERANT PIPING
in.
Liquid
Pipe size
in.
Gas
(Min. wall thickness)
Indoor
Connection method
Outdoor
ft.
Height difference
Between the indoor
ft.
Piping length
& outdoor units
lb.
Refrigerant charge (R22)
oz.
Refrigerating oil (Model)
Capacity
MSH17TN
MSH17TN -
U1
16,000/16,200
16,800/17,200
10,100/10,300
1,560/1,580
1,500/1,570
1,410/1,510
10.3/10.3 (10.4/10.4)
6.8/6.8 (5.9/5.9)
3.28/3.21
MSH17TN
MSH17TN - U1
White
115, 1, 60
15
0.7
0.51
–
406-441-491
342-371-413
5.1
40-43-45
5/8
39-15/16
7-1/2
12-5/8
31
MUH17TN
MUH17TN - U1
Munsell 5Y 7/1
208/230, 1, 60
20
15
0.75
RH231NHDT
C-R 1.65 C-S2.67
11.0
38.0
Capillary tube
53
Reverse cycle
34-1/4
11-5/8
33-1/2
128
Wireless type
12V DC
Not supplied (optional parts)
1/4 (0.0265)
5/8 (0.0315)
Flared
Flared
Max. 25
Max. 50
4lb. 14oz.
16.1 (MS56)
NOTE : Test conditions are based on ARI 210/240.
❈1 : Rating conditions (cooling) — Indoor : 80˚FDB, 67˚FWB, Outdoor : 95˚FDB, (75˚FWB)
(heating) — Indoor : 70˚FDB, 60˚FWB, Outdoor : 47˚FDB, 43˚FWB
❈2 :
(heating) — Indoor : 70˚FDB, 60˚FWB, Outdoor : 17˚FDB, 15˚FWB
❈3 :
(cooling) — Indoor : 80˚FDB, 67˚FWB, Outdoor : 82˚FDB, 65˚FWB
Operating Range
Cooling
Heating
Maximum
Minimum
Maximum
Minimum
Indoor intake air temperature Outdoor intake air temperature
115˚FDB
95˚FDB, 71˚FWB
67˚FDB
67˚FDB, 57˚FWB
75˚FDB, 65˚FWB
80˚FDB, 67˚FWB
17˚FDB, 15˚FWB
70˚FDB, 60˚FWB
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MAX. REFRIGERANT PIPING LENGTH
Piping size : in.
Model
MSH09TW- U1
MUH09TW- U1
MSH12TN- U1
MUH12TN- U1
MUH12TN- U2
MSH15TN MSH15TN- U1
MUH15TN MUH15TN- U1
MUH15TN- U2
MSH17TN MSH17TN- U1
MUH17TN MUH17TN- U1
Length of connecting pipe : in.
Gas
Liquid
Additional piping
Minimum
Max. length : ft.
Outside Minimum
Outside
Wall
A
diameter thickness diameter Wall
thickness
MSH09TW
MUH09TW
MSH12TN
MUH12TN
Indoor unit
Outdoor unit
Gas : 16-15/16
Gas : 0
Liquid : 19-11/16
Liquid : 0
[ 3/8
50
[ 1/2
[ 5/8
0.0285
[ 1/4
0.0265
0.0315
MAX. HEIGHT DIFFERENCE
Indoor
unit
w Height difference should be within
25ft. regardless of which unit,
indoor or outdoor position is high.
Refrigerant Piping
Max.length
A
w Max. Height
difference 25ft.
Outdoor unit
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Item
Model
Btu/h
Cooling ❈1
Btu/h
Capacity
Heating 47 ❈1
Btu/h
Heating 17 ❈2
W
Cooling ❈1
Power
W
Heating 47 ❈1
consumption
Heating 17 ❈2
EER ❈1 [SEER] ❈3
Cooling
HSPF IV (V)
Heating
COP
Heating
OUTDOOR UNIT MODEL
External finish
V, phase, Hz
Power supply
A
Max. fuse size (time delay)
A
Min. circuit ampacity
F.L.A
Fan motor
Model
Winding resistance (at 68˚F) Ω
Compressor
R.L.A
L.R.A
Refrigerant control
dB(A)
Sound level
Defrost method
in.
W
in.
D
Dimensions
in.
H
lb.
Weight
REMOTE CONTROLLER
Control voltage (by built-in transformer)
REFRIGERANT PIPING
in.
Liquid
Pipe size
in.
Gas
(Min. wall thickness)
Indoor
Connection method
Outdoor
ft.
Height difference
Between the indoor
ft.
Piping length (a+b+c)
& outdoor units
lb.
Refrigerant charge (R22)
oz.
Refrigerating oil (Model)
Triple-Unit
Double-Unit
28,400/(9,940~30,500)
28,600/(9,040~38,000)
(18,100)
3,800/(810~4,610)
2,800/(710~3,970)
(2,310)
11.0
7.5
3.08
MXZ30TN MXZ30TN2
Munsell 5Y 8/1
208/230, 1, 60
30
25
1.0
THV-247FBA
U-V 0.61 V-W 0.61 W-U 0.61
15
72
LEV
47
Reverse cycle
35-7/16
12-19/32 (+1+3/8)
35-7/16
176
Wireless type
12V DC
Not supplied (optional parts)
1/4 (0.0265)
A:1/2(0.0285), B,C:3/8(0.0285)
Flared
Flared
Max. 33
Max. 200
8lb. 10oz.
26.7 (MS56)
Single-Unit
NOTE : Test conditions are based on ARI 210/240.
Mode
Unit: ˚F
Indoor air condition Outdoor air condition
Dry bulb Wet bulb Dry bulb Wet bulb
Test
Cooling
❈1: "A" Cooling Steady State at rated compressor Speed
❈3: "B-2" Cooling Steady State at rated compressor Speed
"B-1" Cooling Steady State at minimum compressor Speed
Low ambient Cooling Steady State at minimum compressor Speed
Intermediate Cooling Steady State At Intermediate compressor Speedw
Heating
❈1: Standard Rating-Heating at rated compressor Speed
❈2: Low temperature Heating at rated compressor Speed
Max temperature Heating at minimum compressor Speed
High temperature Heating at minimum compressor Speed
Frost Accumulation at rated compressor Speed
Frost Accumulation at Intermediate compressor Speedw
80
80
80
80
80
70
70
70
70
70
70
67
67
67
67
67
60
60
60
60
60
60
wAt Intermediate compressor Speed
=("Cooling rated compressor speed" - "minimum compressor speed") / 3 + "minimum compressor speed".
15
95
82
82
67
87
47
17
62
47
35
35
(75)
(65)
(65)
(53.5)
(69)
43
15
56.5
43
33
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MXZ30TN MXZ30TN2
Maximum
Minimum
Maximum
Minimum
Cooling
Heating
Indoor intake air temperature Outdoor intake air temperature
115˚FDB
95˚FDB, 71˚FWB
67˚FDB
67˚FDB, 57˚FWB
75˚FDB, 65˚FWB
80˚FDB, 67˚FWB
17˚FDB, 15˚FWB
70˚FDB, 60˚FWB
MAX. REFRIGERANT PIPING LENGTH & PIPE SIZE SELECTION
MXZ30TN MXZ30TN2
Indoor
units
a
b
Piping length each indoor unit (a, b, c)
82ft. MAX.
Total piping length (a+b+c)
200ft. MAX.
Height difference between units (H)
33ft. MAX.
Bending point for each unit
25 MAX.
Total bending point
60 MAX.
Outdoor
unit
H
H
H
c
❋It does not matter which unit is higher.
● Refrigerant pipe diameter is different according to indoor unit to be connected. When using extension pipes,refer to the
tables below.
● When diameter of refrigerant pipe is different from that of outdoor unit union, use optional Different-diameter pipe.
For further information on Different-diameter pipe,see page 128.
Unit : inch
Indoor unit
class
09
12
15/17
Liquid
Outdoor unit union diameter
Extension pipe diameter
Pipe diameter
1/4
Liquid
1/4
Gas
3/8
Gas
3/8
Liquid
1/4
Liquid
1/4
Gas
1/2
Gas
1/2
Liquid
1/4
Liquid
1/4
Gas
5/8
Gas
5/8
For
Indoor unit A
Indoor unit B
Indoor unit C
● Please connect the indoor unit and the outdoor unit as shown in the table below.
Outdoor unit
Indoor unit
09
A
Liquid {1/4
Gas {1/2
12
15/17
09
B, C
Liquid {1/4
Gas {3/8
12
15/17
Connection method
Liquid {1/4
Gas
{3/8
Liquid {1/4
Gas
{1/2
Liquid {1/4
Gas
{5/8
Liquid {1/4
Gas
{3/8
Liquid {1/4
Gas
{1/2
Liquid {1/4
Gas
{5/8
Use a different-diameter pipe of the option
MAC-455JP ({1/2 ➔ {3/8)
Indoor unit can be connected directly
Use a different-diameter pipe of the option
MAC-456JP ({1/2 ➔ {5/8)
Indoor unit can be connected directly
Use a different-diameter pipe of the option
MAC-454JP ({3/8 ➔ {1/2)
It is not possible to connect
16
Liquid
1/4
Gas
1/2
Liquid
1/4
Gas
3/8
Liquid
1/4
Gas
3/8
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DATA
6
MSH09TW
MSH12TN
MSH15TN
MSH17TN
MSH09TW - U1
MSH12TN - U1
MSH15TN - U1
MSH17TN - U1
MUH09TW
MUH12TN
MUH15TN
MUH17TN
MUH09TW - U1
MUH12TN - U1 MUH12TN MUH15TN - U1 MUH15TN MUH17TN - U1
U2
U2
6-1. PERFORMANCE DATA
1) COOLING CAPACITY
(115V)
Indoor air
Model
MSH09TW
MSH09TW -
IWB
(˚F)
U1
Outdoor intake air DB temperature(˚F)
75
85
95
105
115
TC
SHC
TPC
TC
SHC
TPC
TC
SHC
TPC
TC
SHC
TPC
TC
SHC
TPC
71
10.8
6.1
0.79
10.1
5.7
0.87
9.5
5.4
0.93
8.8
5.0
0.98
8.1
4.6
1.02
67
10.2
7.1
0.75
9.5
6.7
0.82
8.8
6.2
0.89
8.2
5.7
0.94
7.5
5.3
0.99
63
9.6
8.0
0.71
8.9
7.4
0.79
8.3
6.9
0.85
7.5
6.3
0.91
6.9
5.7
0.94
(208V)
Indoor air
Model
MSH12TN
MSH12TN -
MSH15TN
MSH15TN -
MSH17TN
MSH17TN -
IWB
(˚F)
U1
U1
U1
Outdoor intake air DB temperature(˚F)
75
85
95
105
115
TC
SHC
TPC
TC
SHC
TPC
TC
SHC
TPC
TC
SHC
TPC
TC
SHC
TPC
71
15.4
8.9
1.14
14.4
8.3
1.25
13.5
7.8
1.34
12.6
7.3
1.41
11.6
6.7
1.47
67
14.6
10.4
1.08
13.6
9.7
1.18
12.6
8.9
1.28
11.7
8.3
1.36
10.8
7.6
1.42
63
13.7
11.6
1.02
12.7
10.7
1.13
11.8
10.0
1.22
10.8
9.1
1.31
9.8
8.3
1.36
71
17.5
9.1
1.20
16.4
8.5
1.32
15.4
7.9
1.42
14.3
7.4
1.49
13.2
6.8
1.55
67
16.6
10.8
1.13
15.4
10.0
1.25
14.3
9.3
1.35
13.3
8.6
1.43
12.2
7.9
1.50
63
15.6
12.2
1.08
14.4
11.3
1.19
13.4
10.5
1.29
12.2
9.6
1.38
11.2
8.7
1.43
71
19.6
9.9
1.39
18.3
9.3
1.52
17.2
8.7
1.64
16.0
8.1
1.72
14.7
7.5
1.79
67
18.6
11.9
1.31
17.3
11.1
1.44
16.0
10.2
1.56
14.9
9.5
1.65
13.7
8.8
1.73
63
17.4
13.5
1.25
16.2
12.5
1.38
15.0
11.6
1.49
13.7
10.6
1.59
12.5
9.7
1.65
(230V)
Indoor air
Model
MSH12TN
MSH12TN -
MSH15TN
MSH15TN -
MSH17TN
MSH17TN -
IWB
(˚F)
U1
Outdoor intake air DB temperature(˚F)
75
85
95
105
115
TC
SHC
TPC
TC
SHC
TPC
TC
SHC
TPC
TC
SHC
TPC
TC
SHC
TPC
71
15.8
9.1
1.17
14.8
8.5
1.28
13.9
8.0
1.38
12.9
7.4
1.45
11.9
6.8
1.51
67
15.0
10.6
1.10
13.9
9.9
1.21
12.9
9.2
1.31
12.0
8.5
1.39
11.0
7.8
1.45
63
14.1
11.9
1.05
13.0
11.0
1.16
12.1
10.2
1.25
11.0
9.3
1.34
10.1
8.5
1.39
71
17.9
9.2
1.23
16.7
8.6
1.35
15.7
8.1
1.45
14.6
7.5
1.52
13.4
6.9
1.59
67
16.9
11.0
1.16
15.8
10.2
1.28
14.6
9.5
1.38
13.6
8.8
1.46
12.5
8.1
1.53
63
15.9
12.5
1.10
14.7
11.6
1.22
13.7
10.8
1.32
12.5
9.8
1.41
11.4
8.9
1.46
71
19.8
10.1
1.41
18.5
9.4
1.54
17.4
8.8
1.66
16.2
8.2
1.75
14.9
7.6
1.82
67
18.8
12.0
1.33
17.5
11.2
1.46
16.2
10.4
1.58
15.1
9.6
1.67
13.9
8.9
1.75
63
17.7
13.7
1.26
16.4
12.7
1.40
15.2
11.8
1.51
13.9
10.7
1.61
12.6
9.8
1.67
U1
U1
NOTE 1. IWB : Intake air wet-bulb temperature
TC : Total Capacity (x103 Btu/h), SHC : Sensible Heat Capacity (x103 Btu/h)
TPC : Total Power Consumption (kW)
2. SHC is based on 80˚F of indoor intake air DB temperature.
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2) COOLING CAPACITY CORRECTIONS
Refrigerant piping length (one way : ft.)
Model
MSH09TW
MSH12TN
MSH15TN
MSH17TN
MSH09TWMSH12TNMSH15TNMSH17TN-
25 (std.)
40
49
1.0
0.954
0.927
U1
U1
U1
U1
3) HEATING CAPACITY
(115V)
Indoor air
Model
MSH09TW
MSH09TW - U1
IDB
(˚F)
Outdoor intake air WB temperature(˚F)
15
25
35
43
45
55
TC
TPC
TC
TPC
TC
TPC
TC
TPC
TC
TPC
TC
TPC
75
6.1
0.66
7.6
0.78
9.1
0.87
10.2
0.91
10.6
0.93
12.0
0.96
70
6.5
0.64
7.9
0.76
9.3
0.85
10.5
0.89
10.8
0.91
12.2
0.94
65
6.6
0.61
8.2
0.73
9.6
0.82
10.8
0.87
11.1
0.88
12.5
0.93
(208V)
Indoor air
Model
MSH12TN
MSH12TN - U1
MSH12TN - U2
MSH15TN
MSH15TN - U1
MSH15TN - U2
MSH17TN
MSH17TN - U1
IDB
(˚F)
Outdoor intake air WB temperature(˚F)
15
25
35
43
45
55
TC
TPC
TC
TPC
TC
TPC
TC
TPC
TC
TPC
TC
TPC
75
7.5
0.88
9.4
1.03
11.2
1.15
12.7
1.21
13.1
1.23
14.8
1.27
70
8.0
0.85
9.8
1.01
11.5
1.12
13.0
1.18
13.4
1.20
15.1
1.25
65
8.2
0.81
10.2
0.97
11.9
1.09
13.4
1.15
13.8
1.17
15.5
1.23
75
8.4
0.93
10.5
1.09
12.5
1.22
4.1
1.28
14.6
1.30
16.5
1.35
70
8.9
0.90
10.9
1.07
12.8
1.19
14.5
1.25
14.9
1.28
16.9
1.33
65
9.1
0.86
11.4
1.03
13.3
1.16
14.9
1.22
15.4
1.24
17.3
1.30
75
9.7
1.12
12.2
1.31
14.5
1.46
16.4
1.54
16.9
1.56
19.2
1.62
70
10.3
1.08
12.6
1.28
14.9
1.43
16.8
1.50
17.3
1.53
19.6
1.59
65
10.6
1.04
13.2
1.24
15.4
1.39
17.3
1.46
17.8
1.49
20.0
1.56
(230V)
Indoor air
Model
MSH12TN
MSH12TN - U1
MSH15TN
MSH15TN - U1
MSH17TN
MSH17TN - U1
IDB
(˚F)
Outdoor intake air WB temperature(˚F)
15
25
TC
TPC
75
7.8
70
8.3
65
35
43
45
55
TC
TPC
TC
TPC
TC
TPC
TC
TPC
TC
TPC
0.93
9.8
1.09
11.7
1.22
13.2
1.28
13.6
1.30
15.4
1.35
0.90
10.1
1.07
11.9
1.19
13.5
1.25
13.9
1.28
15.7
1.33
8.5
0.86
10.6
1.03
12.4
1.16
13.9
1.22
14.3
1.24
16.1
1.30
75
8.6
0.97
10.7
1.14
12.8
1.27
14.4
1.33
14.9
1.35
16.9
1.40
70
9.1
0.94
11.1
1.11
13.1
1.24
14.8
1.30
15.2
1.33
17.2
1.38
65
9.3
0.90
11.6
1.07
13.5
1.20
15.2
1.27
15.7
1.29
17.6
1.35
75
10.0
1.17
12.5
1.37
14.9
1.53
16.8
1.61
17.3
1.63
19.6
1.70
70
10.6
1.13
12.9
1.34
15.2
1.49
17.2
1.57
17.7
1.60
20.0
1.66
65
10.8
1.08
13.5
1.30
15.7
1.45
17.7
1.53
18.2
1.55
20.5
1.63
NOTE: 1. IDB : Intake air dry-bulb temperature
TC : Total Capacity (x103 Btu/h)
TPC : Total Power Consumption (kW)
2. Above data is for heating operation without any frost.
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6-2. PERFORMANCE CURVE
NOTE : The curves shows peformance under 230V AC.
As for under 208V AC, refer to PERFORMANCE DATA on page 17 and 18.
MSH09TW MSH09TW - U1
MUH09TW MUH09TW - U1
Total power consumption (kW)
Total capacity ( ✕10 Btu/h)
Cooling
SHF at rating condition = 0.70
Airflow = 233CFM
Bypass Factor = 0.23
12
Indo
or in
take
air W
B te
10
mpe
ratu
re (°
F)
8
71
67
63
6
1.2
0.8
(°F)
erature
B temp
1.0
air W
r intake
Indoo
71
67
63
0.6
65
75
85
95
105
115
Outdoor intake air DB temperature (°F)
Heating
Airflow = 297CFM
Total power consumption (kW)
Total capacity ( ✕10 Btu/h)
14
)
°F
e(
ra
e
mp
12
B
10
e
ak
r
oo
8
tur
65
70
75
int
te
D
air
Ind
6
1.1
1.0
0.9
re (°F)
peratu
Indoor
intake
tem
air DB
0.8
0.7
0.6
15
25
35
45
55
Outdoor intake air WB temperature (°F)
19
75
70
65
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MSH12TN MSH12TN - U1
MUH12TN MUH12TN - U1
MUH12TN - U2
Total power consumption (kW)
Total capacity ( ✕10 Btu/h)
Cooling
SHF at rating condition = 0.71
Airflow = 388CFM
Bypass Factor = 0.15
Indo
16
or in
take
air W
B te
mpe
14
ratu
re (
°F)
12
71
67
10
63
2
ke air WB
Indoor inta
(°F)
temperature
71
67
63
1
65
75
85
95
105
Outdoor intake air DB temperature (°F)
115
Heating
Airflow = 452CFM
Total power consumption (kW)
Total capacity ( ✕10 Btu/h)
20
16
ture
era
emp
65
70
75
(°F)
Bt
12
or
Indo
ke
inta
air D
8
1.6
1.4
75
70
65
re (°F)
mperatu
ir DB te
r intake a
Indoo
1.2
1.0
0.8
0.6
15
25
35
45
Outdoor intake air WB temperature (°F)
20
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MSH15TN MSH15TN - U1
MUH15TN MUH15TN - U1
MUH15TN - U2
Cooling
SHF at rating condition = 0.65
Airflow = 367CFM
Bypass Factor = 0.22
Total power consumption (kW)
Total capacity ( ✕10 Btu/h)
22
Indoo
r intak
18
e air W
B tem
peratu
re (°F
)
14
71
67
63
10
2
re (°F)
71
67
63
75
85
95
105
Outdoor intake air DB temperature (°F)
115
take
Indoor in
mperatu
air WB te
1
65
Heating
Airflow = 452CFM
Total power consumption (kW)
Total capacity ( ✕10 Btu/h)
20
16
take
B
air D
65
70
75
°F)
re (
atu
per
tem
or in
Indo
12
8
rature
1.4
take
oor in
air
mpe
DB te
(°F)
75
70
65
Ind
1.2
1.0
0.8
0.6
15
25
35
45
Outdoor intake air WB temperature (°F)
21
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MSH17TN MSH17TN - U1
MUH17TN MUH17TN - U1
Cooling
SHF at rating condition = 0.64
Airflow = 413CFM
Bypass Factor = 0.24
Total power consumption (kW)
Total capacity ( ✕10 Btu/h)
24
Indoo
r intak
20
e air W
B tem
peratu
re (°F
)
16
71
67
63
12
2
re (°F)
peratu
B tem
ke air W
71
67
63
inta
Indoor
1
65
75
85
95
105
Outdoor intake air DB temperature (°F)
115
Heating
Airflow = 491CFM
Total power consumption (kW)
Total capacity ( ✕10 Btu/h)
20
65
70
75
°F)
re (
atu
per
16
12
DB
tem
tak
r in
oo
Ind
ir
ea
8
2.0
1.8
1.6
Indoor
1.4
ir DB
take a
rature
tempe
(°F)
75
70
65
in
1.2
1.0
15
25
35
45
Outdoor intake air WB temperature (°F)
22
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6-3. Condensing pressure
MSH09TW MSH09TW - U1
(Cooling)
Data is based on the condition of indoor humidity 50%.
Air flow should be set to High speed.
(PSIG)
300
280
86
80 (PSIG)
75 100
70
Condensing pressure
260
90
240
°F)
Suction pressure
(
ure
rat
220
pe
em
Bt
rD
oo
Ind
200
180
rature (°F)
Indoor DB tempe
86
80
75
70
70
60
50
160
140
68 70
75
80
85
90
95
Outdoor ambient temperature
MSH09TW MSH09TW(Heating)
100 104(°F)
40
68 70
75
80
85
90
95
Outdoor ambient temperature
100
104(°F)
Data is based on the condition of outdoor humidity 75%.
Air flow should be set to High speed.
Data is for heating operation without any frost.
U1
(PSIG)
80
75 70 65
70
75
F)
e(°
ur
rat
e
mp
60
65
e
Bt
rD
o
do
)
ure
70
In
Suction pressure
Condensing pressure
(PSIG)
310
300
290
280
270
260
250
240
230
220
210
200
190
180
170
160
150
5
80
(°F
t
era
p
50
B
rD
tem
oo
Ind
40
30
20
10
10
15
20
25 30 35 40 45 50 55
Outdoor ambient temperature
60
65 70(°F)
5
23
10
15
20
25 30 35 40 45 50 55
Outdoor ambient temperature
60
65 70(°F)
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MSH12TN MSH12TN(Cooling)
Data is based on the condition of indoor humidity 50%.
Air flow should be set to High speed.
U1
(PSIG)
320
300
86
80
75
70
(PSIG)
100
)
260
re
(°F
tu
era
rature (°F)
Indoor DB tempe
p
240
or
DB
tem
o
Ind
220
200
180
160
80
80
75
70
70
60
50
140
68 70
75
80
85
90
95
100
40
68 70
104(°F)
75
Outdoor ambient temperature
80
85
90
95
100
104(°F)
Outdoor ambient temperature
Data is based on the condition of outdoor humidity 75%.
Air flow should be set to High speed.
Data is for heating operation without any frost.
U1
(PSIG)
80
75 70 65
70
60
75
70
°F)
re(
p
em
Bt
D
oor
tu
era
65
Ind
Suction pressure
Condensing pressure
MSH12TN MSH12TN (Heating)
(PSIG)
310
300
290
280
270
260
250
240
230
220
210
200
190
180
170
160
150
5
86
90
Suction pressure
Condensing pressure
280
re
tu
era
)
( °F
p
50
r
oo
DB
tem
Ind
40
30
20
10
10
15
20
25 30 35 40 45 50 55
Outdoor ambient temperature
60
65 70(°F)
24
5
10
15
20
25 30 35 40 45 50 55
Outdoor ambient temperature
60
65 70(°F)
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MSH15TN MSH15TN(Cooling)
Data is based on the condition of indoor humidity 50%.
Air flow should be set to High speed.
U1
(PSIG)
320
300
86
80
75
70
(PSIG)
100
260
ure
F)
(°
t
era
240
B
220
rD
oo
Ind
rature (°F)
Indoor DB tempe
90
p
tem
Suction pressure
Condensing pressure
280
200
180
86
80
80
75
70
70
60
50
160
140
68 70
75
80
85
90
95
Outdoor ambient temperature
MSH15TN MSH15TN(Heating)
100
40
68 70
104( F)
75
80
85
90
95
Outdoor ambient temperature
100
Data is based on the condition of outdoor humidity 75%.
Air flow should be set to High speed.
Data is for heating operation without any frost.
U1
(PSIG)
80
(PSIG)
75
70
65
290
280
70
270
260
75
70
65
)
( °F
250
240
ture
a
per
230
220
or
ndo
DB
ure
at
per
60
Suction pressure
Condensing pressure
104( F)
tem
I
210
200
190
180
170
160
50
em
Bt
rD
oo
Ind
)
(°F
40
30
20
10
150
5
10
15
20
25 30 35 40 45 50 55
Outdoor ambient temperature
60
65
70( F)
25
5
10
15
20
25
30 35 40 45 50 55 60
Outdoor ambient temperature
65
70( F)
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Page 26
Data is based on the condition of indoor humidity 50%.
Air flow should be set to High speed.
U1
(PSIG)
320
300
86
80
75
70
(PSIG)
100
260
e(
240
ur
rat
)
°F
90
rature (°F)
Indoor DB tempe
e
220
r
o
do
DB
p
tem
Suction pressure
Condensing pressure
280
In
200
180
86
80
80
75
70
70
60
50
160
140
68 70
75
80
85
90
95
Outdoor ambient temperature
MSH17TN MSH17TN(Heating)
100
40
68 70
104( F)
75
80
85
90
95
Outdoor ambient temperature
100
Data is based on the condition of outdoor humidity 75%.
Air flow should be set to High speed.
Data is for heating operation without any frost.
U1
(PSIG)
80
(PSIG)
300
75
70
65
290
75
70
65
270
260
re(
°F)
In
230
220
ure
at
per
60
em
Bt
rD
doo
atu
per
70
Section pressure
Condensing pressure
280
250
240
104( F)
210
200
190
180
170
160
or
ndo
DB
)
(°F
tem
I
50
40
30
20
10
150
5
10
15
20
25 30 35 40 45 50 55
Outdoor ambient temperature
60
65
70( F)
26
5
10
15
20
25
30 35 40 45 50 55 60
Outdoor ambient temperature
65
70( F)
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6-4. STANDARD OPERATION DATA
Model
MSH09TW MSH09TW - U1
Item
Unit
Cooling
Heating
Btu / h
8,800
10,500
SHF
—
0.70
–
Input
kW
Capacity
Total
0.89
MSH09TW MSH09TW - U1
Indoor unit
115,1,60
Power supply (V, phase, Hz)
kW
0.035
Fan motor current
A
0.34
Aux. heater current
A
–
Input
Electrical
circuit
MUH09TW MUH09TW - U1
Outdoor unit
115, 1, 60
Power supply (V, phase, Hz)
kW
0.855
Comp. current
A
6.91
Fan motor current
A
0.59
Input
235
Condensing pressure
PSIG
Suction pressure
PSIG
70
60
˚F
179
171
˚F
113
110
Suction temperature
˚F
52
35
Comp. shell bottom temp
˚F
157
146
Ref. pipe length
ft.
25
Refrigerant charge (R22)
—
2 lb. 3 oz.
Discharge temperature
Refrigerant
Condensing temperature
circuit
223
DB
˚F
80
70
WB
˚F
67
60
DB
˚F
59
100
WB
˚F
57
–
Fan speed (High)
rpm
950
1,000
Airflow (High)
CFM
233(Wet)
297(Dry)
DB
˚F
95
47
WB
˚F
–
43
Intake air temperature
Indoor
unit
Outdoor
unit
Discharge air temperature
Intake air temperature
Fan speed
rpm
640
Airflow
CFM
985
POWER SUPPLY
✻ Control voltage
MSH09TW MSH09TW - U1
•Both wirings can be applied to all MODELS.
INDOOR UNIT 115V 60Hz 1[, 2 wires
SIGNAL WIRE
2 wires 12V DC
INDOOR UNIT
Disconnect
switch
115V
60Hz 1[, 2 wires
115V
60Hz 1[, 2 wires
OUTDOOR UNIT
115V 60Hz 1[,
2 wires
SIGNAL WIRE
2 wires 12V DC
Power supply voltage to serial
signal circuit is 12V DC.
Peak voltage between 1 and 3 + on in-out terminal
block is 12V DC .
OUTDOOR UNIT
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Model
Total
MSH12TN MSH12TN - U1
Item
Unit
Cooling
Heating
Cooling
Heating
Capacity (208/230V)
Btu / h
12,600/12,900
13,000/13,500
14,300/14,600
14,500/14,800
SHF
—
0.71
–
0.65
–
Input (208/230V)
kW
1.28/1.31
1.18/1.25
1.35/1.38
1.25/1.30
MSH12TN MSH12TN - U1
MSH15TN MSH15TN - U1
115, 1, 60
115, 1, 60
kW
0.047
0.047
Fan motor current
A
0.41
0.41
Aux. heater current
A
–
–
Indoor unit
Power supply (V, phase, Hz)
Input
Electrical
circuit
MSH15TN MSH15TN - U1
MUH12TN MUH12TN - U1
Outdoor unit
MUH15TN MUH15TN - U1
U2
208/230, 1, 60
Power supply (V, phase, Hz)
U2
208/230, 1, 60
kW
1.233/1.263
1.133/1.203
1.303/1.333
1.203/1.253
Comp. current (208/230V)
A
5.74/5.21
5.24/5.01
5.91/5.41
5.41/5.11
Fan motor current
A
Input (208/230V)
0.36/0.39
0.49
Condensing pressure
PSIG
259
203
246
230
Suction pressure
PSIG
84
58
80
57
˚F
194
158
146
158
˚F
120
103
112
108
Suction temperature
˚F
67
36
58
33
Comp. shell bottom temp
˚F
177
144
161
143
Ref. pipe length
ft.
25
25
Refrigerant charge (R22)
—
2 Ib. 12 oz.
3 Ib. 3 oz.
Discharge temperature
Refrigerant
Condensing temperature
circuit
DB
˚F
80
70
80
70
WB
˚F
67
60
67
60
DB
˚F
57
100
57
107
˚F
56
–
54
Intake air temperature
Indoor
unit
Discharge air temperature
WB
Outdoor
unit
–
1,200
1,200
Fan speed (High)
rpm
Airflow (High)
CFM
388[Wet]
452[Dry]
367[Wet]
452[Dry]
DB
˚F
95
47
95
47
WB
˚F
–
43
–
43
Intake air temperature
Fan speed (208/230V)
rpm
700/740
830/900
Airflow (208/230V)
CFM
974/1,034
1,288/1,394
POWER SUPPLY
MSH12/15TN MSH12/15TN - U1
•Both wirings can be applied to all MODELS.
INDOOR UNIT 115V 60Hz 1[, 2wires
✻ Control voltage
INDOOR UNIT
SIGNAL WIRE
2 wires 12V DC
Disconnect
switch
SIGNAL WIRE
2 wires 12V DC
115V 60Hz 1[,
2 wires
115V
208/230V 60Hz 1[,
2 wires
Power supply voltage to serial
signal circuit is 12V DC.
Peak voltage between 1 and 3 + on in-out terminal
block is 12V DC .
208/230V 60Hz 1[,
3 wires
•Outline of MUH12TN(- U1 , - U2 )
is same as one of MUH09TW.
OUTDOOR UNIT
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Model
Total
MSH17TN
Item
Unit
Cooling
Heating
Capacity (208/230V)
Btu / h
16,000/16,200
16,800/17,200
SHF
—
0.64
–
Input (208/230V)
kW
1.56/1.58
1.50/1.57
MSH17TN MSH17TN - U1
Indoor unit
115,1,60
Power supply (V, phase, Hz)
kW
0.054
Fan motor current
A
0.47
Aux. heater current
A
–
Input
Electrical
circuit
MSH17TN - U1
MUH17TN MUH17TN - U1
Outdoor unit
208/230, 1, 60
Power supply (V, phase, Hz)
kW
1.506/1.526
1.446/1.516
Comp. current (208/230V)
A
6.69/6.19
6.39/6.09
Fan motor current
A
Input (208/230V)
0.61
243
Condensing pressure
PSIG
Suction pressure
PSIG
77
63
˚F
165
162
˚F
113
112
Suction temperature
˚F
48
35
Comp. shell bottom temp
˚F
150
144
Ref. pipe length
ft.
25
Refrigerant charge (R22)
—
4 lb. 14 oz.
Discharge temperature
Refrigerant
Condensing temperature
circuit
242
DB
˚F
80
70
WB
˚F
67
60
DB
˚F
56
109
˚F
54
Intake air temperature
Indoor
unit
Discharge air temperature
WB
Outdoor
unit
–
1,290
Fan speed (High)
rpm
Airflow (High)
CFM
413[Wet]
491[Dry]
DB
˚F
95
47
WB
˚F
–
43
Intake air temperature
Fan speed (208/230V)
rpm
740/800
Airflow (208/230V)
CFM
1,606/1,730
POWER SUPPLY
MSH17TN MSH17TN - U1
•Both wirings can be applied to all MODELS.
INDOOR UNIT 115V 60Hz 1[, 2 wires
✻ Control voltage
INDOOR UNIT
SIGNAL WIRE
2 wires 12V DC
SIGNAL WIRE
2 wires 12V DC
Disconnect switch
115V 60Hz 1[,
2wires
Power supply voltage to serial
signal circuit is 12V DC.
Peak voltage between 1 and 3 + on in-out terminal
block is 12V DC .
115V
208/230V 60Hz 1[,
2 wires
OUTDOOR UNIT
208/230V 60Hz 1[,
3 wires
OUTDOOR UNIT
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Model
MXZ30TN MXZ30TN2
Item
Unit
Cooling
Heating
Btu / h
28,400
28,600
SHF
—
–
–
Input
kW
3.8
2.8
Capacity
Total
MXZ30TN MXZ30TN2
Outdoor unit
Electrical
circuit
208/230, 1, 60
Power supply (V, phase, Hz)
kW
3.8
2.8
Comp. current
A
17.1
12.3
Fan motor current
A
Input
0.60
Condensing pressure
PSIG
300
219
Suction pressure
PSIG
65
47
˚F
194
169
Discharge temperature
Refrigerant Condensing temperature
circuit
Suction temperature
127
˚F
˚F
41
26
Comp. shell bottom temp
Ref. pipe length
[Total pipe length for multi-system]
˚F
150
144
ft.
82 [197]
Refrigerant charge (R22)
—
8 lb. 10 oz.
DB
˚F
95
47
WB
˚F
–
43
Intake air temperature
Outdoor
unit
Fan speed (208/230V)
rpm
630/675
Airflow (208/230V)
CFM
1,764/1,906
POWER SUPPLY
✻ Control voltage
INDOOR UNIT
115V 60Hz
1[, 2 wires
115V 60Hz
INDOOR UNIT 1[, 2 wires
INDOOR UNIT
115V 60Hz
1[, 2 wires
Power supply voltage to serial
signal circuit is 12V DC.
Peak voltage between 1 and 3 + on in-out terminal
block is 12V DC .
SIGNAL WIRE
2 wires 12V DC
208/230V 60Hz 1[,
2 wires
MXZ30TN
MXZ30TN2
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6-5. OPERATING RANGE
(1) POWER SUPPLY
Rating
Model
Indoor unit
Outdoor unit
Guaranteed Voltage
MSH09TW
MSH12TN
MSH15TN
MSH17TN
MUH09TW
MSH09TW- U1
MSH12TN- U1
MSH15TN- U1
MSH17TN- U1
MUH09TW- U1
115V 60Hz 1[
MUH12TN
MUH15TN
MUH17TN
MXZ30TN
MXZ30TN2
MUH12TN- U1
MUH12TN- U2
MUH15TN- U1
MUH15TN- U2
MUH17TN- U1
208/230V 60Hz 1[
Min. 103V
115V Max. 127V
Min. 198V 208V 230V Max. 253V
(2) OPERATION
MSH09TW
MSH12TN
MSH15TN
MSH17TN
Function
Cooling
MSH09TW- U1
MSH12TN- U1
MSH15TN- U1
MSH17TN- U1
Intake air
temperature
Condition
Standard temperature
DB (˚F)
WB (˚F)
DB (˚F)
WB (˚F)
80
67
95
—
Maximum temperature
95
71
115
—
Minimum temperature
67
57
67
—
78%
Maximum humidity
Heating
Outdoor
Indoor
—
Standard temperature
70
60
47
43
Maximum temperature
80
67
75
65
Minimum temperature
70
60
17
15
MXZ30TN MXZ30TN2
Function
Cooling
Heating
Intake air
temperature
Condition
"A" Cooling Steady State
at rated compressor Speed
"B-2" Cooling Steady State
at rated compressor Speed
"B-1" Cooling Steady State
at minimum compressor Speed
Low ambient Cooling Steady State
at minimum compressor Speed
Intermediate Cooling Steady State
At Intermediate compressor Speedw
Standard Rating-Heating
at rated compressor Speed
Low temperature Heating
at rated compressor Speed
Max temperature Heating
at minimum compressor Speed
High temperature Heating
at minimum compressor Speed
Frost Accumulation
at rated compressor Speed
Frost Accumulation
at Intermediate compressor Speedw
Outdoor
Indoor
DB (˚F)
WB (˚F)
DB (˚F)
WB (˚F)
80
67
95
(75)
80
67
82
(65)
80
67
82
(65)
80
67
67
(53.5)
80
67
87
(69)
70
60
47
43
70
60
17
15
70
60
62
56.5
70
60
47
43
70
60
35
33
70
60
35
33
wAt Intermediate compressor Speed
=("Cooling rated compressor speed" - "minimum compressor speed") / 3 + "minimum compressor speed".
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6-6. OUTLET AIR SPEED AND COVERAGE RANGE
Model
MSH09TW MSH09TW- U1
Mode
Function
HEAT
Dry
Dry
Wet
Dry
Dry
Wet
Dry
Dry
Wet
Dry
Dry
Wet
COOL
HEAT
MSH12TN MSH12TN- U1
COOL
HEAT
MSH15TN MSH15TN- U1
COOL
HEAT
MSH17TN MSH17TN-
U1
COOL
Air flow Air speed Coverage
(CFM) (ft./sec.) range (ft.) ● The air coverage range is the figure up
22.3
15.8
297
to the position where the air speed is
21.0
14.9
279
1 ft./sec., when air is blown out
17.6
12.4
233
horizontally from the unit properly at the
29.2
18.2
452
High speed position.
29.2
18.2
452
The coverage range should be used only
25.2
15.6
388
as a general guideline since it varies
29.2
18.2
452
according to the size of the room and
29.2
18.2
452
furniture arranged inside the room.
23.9
14.8
367
31.7
19.7
491
31.7
19.7
491
26.8
16.6
413
6-7. ADDITIONAL REFRIGERANT CHARGE (R22(oz.))
Model
MSH09TW
MUH09TW
MSH12TN
MUH12TN
MSH15TN
MUH15TN
MSH17TN
MUH17TN
MSH09TW- U1
MUH09TW- U1
MSH12TN- U1
MUH12TN- U1
MUH12TN- U2
MSH15TN- U1
MUH15TN- U1
MUH15TN- U2
MSH17TN- U1
MUH17TN- U1
Outdoor unit
precharged
(up to 25ft.)
Refrigerant piping length (one way)
25ft.
30ft.
35ft.
40ft.
45ft.
49ft.
0
2.68
5.36
8.04
10.72
12.86
2 lb. 3 oz.
2 lb. 12 oz.
3 lb. 3 oz.
4 lb. 14 oz.
W MXZ30TN and MXZ30TN2 do not have the necessity of additional refrigerant.
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MXZ30TN MXZ30TN2
The standard data contained in these specifications apply only to the operation of the air conditioner under normal conditions,
since operating conditions vary according to the areas where these units are installed. The following information has been provided to clarify the operating characteristics of the air conditioner under the conditions indicated by the performance curve.
(1) GUARANTEED VOLTAGE
198 ~ 264V
(2) AIR FLOW
Air flow should be set at MAX.
(3) MAIN READINGS
}
(1) Indoor intake air wet-bulb temperature :
°FWB
Cooling
(2) Indoor outlet air wet-bulb temperature :
°FWB
(3) Outdoor intake air dry-bulb temperature :
°FDB
(4) Total input:
W
(5) Indoor intake air dry-bulb temperature :
°FDB
Heating
(6) Outdoor intake air wet-bulb temperature :
°FWB
(7) Total input :
W
Indoor air wet/dry-bulb temperature difference on the left side of the chart on this page shows the difference between the
indoor intake air wet/dry-bulb temperature and the indoor outlet air wet/dry-bulb temperature for your reference at service.
}
How to measure the indoor air wet-bulb/dry-bulb temperature difference
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Attach at least 2 sets of wet-and dry-bulb thermometers to the indoor air intake as shown in the figure, and at least 2 sets
of wet-and dry-bulb thermometers to the indoor air outlet. The thermometers must be attached to the position where air
speed is high.
Attach at least 2 sets of wet-and dry-bulb thermometers to the outdoor air intake.
Cover the thermometers to prevent direct rays of the sun.
Check that the air filter is cleaned.
Open windows and doors of room.
Press the EMERGENCY OPERATION switch once(twice) to start the EMERGENCY COOL(HEAT) MODE.
Compressor starts running at 33Hz (COOL) or 45Hz (HEAT). The frequency at each operation mode is fixed.
When system stabilizes after more than 15 minutes, measure temperature and take an average temperature.
10 minutes later, measure temperature again and check that the temperature does not change.
INDOOR UNIT
OUTDOOR UNIT
Wet-and dry-bulb
thermometers
Wet-and dry-bulb
thermometers
51.4
47.3 49.8
51.4
49.8
46.0 48.4
49.6
48.2
44.8 46.8
48.0
46.6
43.7 45.3
46.6
45.0
424 44.1
45.0
43.5
41.4 42.6
43.5
09 class
(32Hz)
12 class
(46Hz)
15 class
(73Hz)
18 class
(73Hz)
86.2
68.4 72.0
74.7
82.0
65.7 68.7
71.4
77.9
62.8 65.7
68.2
73.8
59.9 62.6
64.8
69.6
57.2 59.5
61.5
55.0
57.8
48.7 50.4
51.6
17 class
(80Hz)
58.3
51.6 53.4
15 class
(80Hz)
54.3 56.5
12 class
(65Hz)
65.3
61.2
09 class
(36Hz)
Indoor unit class
(Inverter output
frequency)
Indoor unit class
Indoor air DB temperature (Inverter output
difference (degree)
frequency)
Indoor air WB temperature
difference (degree)
6-8. CAPACITY AND THE INPUT CURVES
79
79
75
72
68
64
75
72
68
64
80
85
90
95
100
105
110
80
85
90
95
100
105
110
59
68
79
79
68
59
14
20
30
40
50
33
60
14
20
30
40
50
60
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6-9. Capacity and input correction by means of inverter output frequency
(OUTDOOR UNIT:MXZ30TN MXZ30TN2)
1. 09-class unit in single operation
<COOL>Total input
<COOL>Capacity
<HEAT>Capacity
<HEAT>Total input
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0
50
0
100 Hz
50
100 Hz
0
Frequency
Frequency
50
100 Hz
0
50
100 Hz
Frequency
Frequency
2. 12-class unit in single operation
<COOL>Total input
<COOL>Capacity
<HEAT>Total input
<HEAT>Capacity
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0
50
100 Hz
0
50
100 Hz
0
Frequency
Frequency
50
0
100 Hz
50
100 Hz
Frequency
Frequency
3. 15-class unit in single operation
<COOL>Total input
<COOL>Capacity
<HEAT>Capacity
<HEAT>Total input
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0
50
0
100 Hz
50
100 Hz
0
Frequency
Frequency
50
100 Hz
0
50
100 Hz
Frequency
Frequency
4. 17-class unit in single operation
<COOL>Total input
<COOL>Capacity
<HEAT>Capacity
<HEAT>Total input
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0
50
Frequency
100 Hz
0
50
100 Hz
Frequency
0
50
Frequency
34
100 Hz
0
50
Frequency
100 Hz
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6-10. Outdoor low pressure and outdoor unit current
1. 09-class unit in single operation (OUTDOOR UNIT : MXZ30TN MXZ30TN2)
(1) COOL operation
1Data is based on the condition of indoor
humidity 50%
2Air flow speed : High
3Inverter output frequency : 33Hz
<How to work fixed-frequency operation>
1.Set emergency switch to COOL or HEAT.The switch is located on indoor unit.
2.Press emergency run ON/OFF button.
3.Compressor starts running at 33Hz (COOL) or 45Hz (HEAT).
4.Indoor fan runs at High speed and continues for 30 minutes.
5.To cancel this operation,press emergency run ON/OFF button
or any button on remote controller.
(PSIG)
100
Outdoor low pressure
90
Indoor
F)
rature(°
pe
DB tem
86
80
80
75
70
70
33Hz
Outdoor unit current (A)
6.0
60
5.0
4.0
(°F)
ture
era
emp
Bt
or D
Indo
86
80
75
70
33Hz
3.0
2.0
1.0
0.0
65 70 75 80 85 90 95 100 105 110 115(°F)
50
65 70 75 80 85 90 95 100 105 110 115(°F)
Ambient temperature(°F)
Ambient temperature(°F)
(2) HEAT operation
① Data is based on the condition of outdoor
humidity 75%.
➁ Set air flow to High speed.
➂ Inverter output frequency is 45Hz.
Outdoor unit current (A)
9.0
8.0
)
(°F
a
er
7.0
B
p
tem
e
tur
75
70
65
rD
o
do
6.0
In
45Hz
5.0
4.0
15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 55 60 65 70 75
Outdoor ambient temperature(°F)
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2. 12-class unit in single operation (OUTDOOR UNIT : MXZ30TN MXZ30TN2)
(1) COOL operation
1Data is based on the condition of indoor
humidity 50%
2Air flow speed : High
3Inverter output frequency : 33Hz
<How to work fixed-frequency operation>
1.Set emergency switch to COOL or HEAT.The switch is located on indoor unit.
2.Press emergency run ON/OFF button.
3.Compressor starts running at 33Hz (COOL) or 45Hz (HEAT).
4.Indoor fan runs at High speed and continues for 30 minutes.
5.To cancel this operation,press emergency run ON/OFF button
or any button on remote controller.
(PSIG)
100
6.0
90
re(°F
r DB
Indoo
ratu
empe
)
t
80
85
75
80
70
75
ture
pera
5.0
86
Outdoor unit current (A)
Outdoor low pressure
95
33Hz
86
80
75
70
(°F)
m
B te
or D
Indo
33Hz
4.0
3.0
2.0
1.0
70
0.0
65
65 70 75 80 85 90 95 100 105 110 115(°F)
65 70 75 80 85 90 95 100 105 110 115 (°F)
Ambient temperature(°F)
Ambient temperature(°F)
(2) HEAT operation
① Data is based on the condition of outdoor
humidity 75%.
➁ Set air flow to High speed.
➂ Inverter output frequency is 45Hz.
Outdoor unit current (A)
9.0
8.0
F)
7.0
t
era
6.0
B
rD
oo
Ind
p
tem
(°
ure
75
70
65
45Hz
5.0
4.0
15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 55 60 65 70 75
Outdoor ambient temperature(°F)
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4. 15-class unit in single operation (OUTDOOR UNIT : MXZ30TN MXZ30TN2)
(1) COOL operation
1Data is based on the condition of indoor
humidity 50%
➁ Air flow speed : High
➂ Inverter output frequency : 33Hz
<How to work fixed-frequency operation>
1.Set emergency switch to COOL or HEAT.The switch is located on indoor unit.
2.Press emergency run ON/OFF button.
3.Compressor starts running at 33Hz (COOL) or 45Hz (HEAT).
4.Indoor fan runs at High speed.
5.To cancel this operation,press emergency run ON/OFF button
or any button on remote controller.
(PSIG)
100
6.0
90
r DB
Indoo
(°F)
rature
e
temp
80
85
75
80
70
75
m
B te
or D
Indo
4.0
33Hz
3.0
2.0
1.0
33Hz
70
atu
per
5.0
86
Outdoor unit current (A)
Outdoor low pressure
95
86
80
75
70
F)
re(°
0.0
65
65 70 75 80 85 90 95 100 105 110 115(°F)
65 70 75 80 85 90 95 100 105 110 115 (°F)
Ambient temperature(°F)
Ambient temperature(°F)
(2) HEAT operation
① Data is based on the condition of outdoor
humidity 75%
➁ Set air flow to High speed.
➂ Inverter output frequency is 45Hz.
Outdoor unit current (A)
9.0
8.0
)
°F
re(
7.0
atu
6.0
In
r
doo
DB
er
mp
75
70
65
te
45Hz
5.0
4.0
15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 55 60 65 70 75
Outdoor ambient temperature(°F)
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5. 17-class unit in single operation (OUTDOOR UNIT : MXZ30TN MXZ30TN2)
(1) COOL operation
1Data is based on the condition of indoor
humidity 50%
➁ Air flow speed : High
➂ Inverter output frequency : 33Hz
<How to work fixed-frequency operation>
1.Set emergency switch to COOL or HEAT.The switch is located on indoor unit.
2.Press emergency run ON/OFF button.
3.Compressor starts running at 33Hz (COOL) or 45Hz (HEAT).
4.Indoor fan runs at High speed.
5.To cancel this operation,press emergency run ON/OFF button
or any button on remote controller.
(PSIG)
100
7.0
Outdoor low pressure
era
90
In
door
mp
DB te
85
80
75
6.0
Outdoor unit current (A)
°F)
ture(
95
33Hz
5.0
F)
re(°
r DB
tu
pera
86
80
75
70
tem
o
Indo
33Hz
4.0
3.0
2.0
70
1.0
65
65 70 75 80 85 90 95 100 105 110 115 (°F)
65 70 75 80 85 90 95 100 105 110 115 (°F)
Ambient temperature(°F)
Ambient temperature(°F)
(2) HEAT operation
① Data is based on the condition of outdoor
humidity 75%
➁ Set air flow to High speed.
➂ Inverter output frequency is 45Hz.
Outdoor unit current (A)
9.0
8.0
7.0
F)
t
era
6.0
or
o
Ind
5.0
DB
p
tem
(°
ure
75
70
65
45Hz
4.0
15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 55 60 65 70 75
Outdoor ambient temperature(°F)
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OUTLINES AND DIMENSIONS
Unit: inch
U1
INDOOR UNIT
3-5/16
6-5/8
3/16
MSH09TW MSH09TW -
10-11/16
Installation plate
9-1/8
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12-13/16
33-1/2
{
6-1/2
3-15/16
2-5/16
4-5/8
Wall hole [2-9/16
3/16
Installation plate
1/4 or more
10-15/16
7-7/16
Air in
24-3/4
12-13/16
3/4
Drain hose [5/8
(Connected part O.D)
Insulation [1-1/8
2-5/8
Air out
Liquid line [1/4 19-11/16
Gas line [3/8 16-15/16
Insulation [1-7/16 O.D
[13/16 I.D
3-1/16
6-3/8
REQUIRED SPACE
Wireless remote controller
MUH09TW MUH12TN MUH09TW MUH12TN - U1 MUH12TN - U2
U1
4 in
4 in. or more
3-1/4
2-1/4
1-5/8
1/8
1-5/8
32-3/16
.or
4 in
Outdoor
unit
. or
re
mo
mor
e
OUTDOOR UNIT
. or
n
16 i
Air in
14
Service panel
Drainage
3holes [1-5/16
5-25/32 4-11/32
Airout
Grounding
terminal
43- 35-
6-3/32
3-17/32
21-1/4
10-1/4
4-13/16
19-22/32
30-23/32
or
mo
re
31/32
Liquid refrigerant
pipe joint
Refrigerant pipe
(flared) [1/4
1-9/16
in.
Connector
Service panel
13/32
Lock nut
10-1/32
11-7/32
12-19/32
4-9/32
1-1/4
12-19/32
Air in
e
mor
2-29/32
4-3/32
39
Gas refrigerant
pipe joint
Refrigerant pipe
(flared) [3/8 (MUH09TW)
[1/2 (MUH12TN)
Conduit
cover
NOTE: Do not wire 12V DC and 115V AC
in same conduit hole.
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MSH17TN -
U1
4holes 7/16 O 13/16
Indoor unit
25-1/2
8-9/16
1/8
17-11/16
17-11/16
17-1/4
13-7/8
Wall hole [2-15/16
Installation plate
39-15/16
12-5/8
7-1/2
3/16
Installation plate
{
Air in
1-15/16
30-1/2
2-5/16
7-1/2
Unit: inch
U1
13/16
5-7/8
2-3/8
1-9/16
39-3/16
MSH15TN -
U1
11-11/16
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Liquid line [ 5/16 19-11/16
Gas line [1/2 16-15/16
Insulation [ 1-15/16 O.D
[ 1-1/8 I.D
Drain hose [ 5/8
Insulation [ 1-1/8
Air out
6-3/8
3/4
Wireless remote controller
U2
13/16
11-7/16
Air in
13-9/16
4 in.
12-3/16
13-3/4
Air in
4 in.
13-31/32
3-17/32
Drainage
hole [5/8
MUH15TN -
U1
20
Drainage
3holes [1-5/16
Air out
in.
.
4 in
14 i
n.
1-15/16
1-3/16
Service panel
Liquid refrigerant
pipe joint
23-13/16
7-3/16
3-15/16
6-3/16
6-5/16
Gas refrigerant
pipe joint
Rfrigerant pipe
(flared) [5/8
Connector
Conduit
cover
NOTE: Do not wire12V DC and
115V AC in same conduit hole.
19-11/16
33-7/16
Lock nut
35-
11-1/2
30-
Refrigerant pipe
(flared) [1/4
13/16
9-3/4
1-3/8
MUH15TN MUH15TN OUTDOOR UNIT
2-15/16
40
Handle for
moving
3-3/4
4
5-7/16
Rear fresh
air intake
Side air intake
40
8
1
Outlet guide
installation hole
20-5/18
1-9/16
Drain hole
Handle for moving
1
Conduit hole
11-5/8
NOTE: Do not wire12V DC and 115V AC in same conduit hole.
For 10 units or less
Rear piping hole
1/2
2
Air intake
34-1/4
Drain hole
1/2x7/8 Oval hoies
(standard bolt W3/8(M10)
20-5/8
11-7/8
Air outlet
1/2
1/2
36
Front opening
Service panel
2-3/8
1/2
R
4
1/
4-3/4
2-3/8
Front right piping holesdetail figures
2-9/16
(refrigerant. drainage
R1
and wiring)
3/
16
Bottom piping hole
Knock out hole for
right piping
Knock out hole
for front piping
(refrigerant. drainage
and wiring)
Refrigerant pipe
(Flared) 1/4
Refrigerant pipe
(Flared) 5/8
Ground
terminal
Handie for moving
Terminal block for power line
Note:Allow adequate
upper clearance.
(for N.E.C)
Service space
1/2
Terminal block for indoor and outdoor unit connection
2-U-shaped
notched
holes
1/5/16
4-1/8
7-9/32
13-7/4
The upper side must be open.
17-3/18
14-1/4
13-7/8
Air intake
1-5/8
7-1/18
11/16
1-9/161-1/16
13
9/16
1-3/4
21-3/4
33-1/2
15-7/8
8
4
19-11/16
11/16
16
7-9/32
3/
41
R1
36
Outdoor Unit-Necessary surrouding clearance
(Concentrated installation)
3-1/8
OUTDOOR UNIT
Knock out holes for
power line 1-1/16
1-3/4
Standard bolt length
MUH17TN MUH17TN -
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Unit: inch
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MXZ30TN MXZ30TN2
Unit: inch
OUTDOOR UNIT
Rubber cushion
2-U-shape notched holes
(Base bolt M10)
7-7/8
1-1/16
Air in
13-31/32
Air in
15-1/4
Base bolt length
Less than
1
Veranda
Base
19-11/16
7-7/8
1-9/16
Air out
2-15/32 ✕ 1-13/32 Oval hole
(Base bolt M10)
13/32 12-19/32 1-3/8
Handle for
moving
[ 9.52 (flared) 3/8 (B, C unit)
[ 12.7 (flared) 1/2 (A unit)
35-7/16
Air in
3-15/32
1-5/16
29/32
18-1/8
35-7/16
Air in
29/32
12-15/32
C unit connection
B unit connection
A unit connection
Liquid pipe
[ 6.35 (flared) 1/4
Lock nut
1.Installation space
More than
19-11/16
Note : Leave front and both sides
clearance fully.
Conduit cover
More than
3-15/16
Connector
More than
3-15/16
More than
13-25/32
More than
1911/16
More than
13-25/32
More than
19-11/16
Note : Leave front, overhead and
both clearance fully.
2.Service space
More than
3-15/16
More than
3-15/16
More than
7-7/8
Note : Leave front and overhead
clearance fully.
Note : Obstacle on front and rear side only.
The unit can be used by attaching an optional
outdoor outlet guide (MAC-855SG)
(but both sides and the top are opend.)
More than
13-25/32
Service space
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WIRING DIAGRAM
MSH09TW
INDOOR UNIT
(
MODEL WIRING DIAGRAM
TB
TO OUTDOOR
3+
UNIT
CONNECTING
WIRES
112V DC
FROM OUTDOOR w
N
UNIT
CONNECTING
WIRES
L1
POWER
SUPPLY
115V
1 phase
60Hz
TO OUTDOOR
UNIT
CONNECTING
WIRE
FOR MULTI SYSTEM
)
ORN
CN201
1
2
3
4
VLT
BLK
RED
NR11
RT11
CN
121
3
1
2
3
SR141
LD101T
5
1
2
3
4 MF
5
6
CN211
5
POWER MONITOR,
RECEIVER
P.C.BOARD
MV
REMOTE
CONTROLLER
N
L1
w A disconnect may be required by local code.
NAME
NAME
SYMBOL
VANE MOTOR
F11
FUSE(3A)
NR11
VARISTOR
DC/DC CONVERTER
RT11
ROOM TEMPERATURE THERMISTOR
INDOOR FAN MOTOR(INNER FUSE)
RT12
INDOOR COIL THERMISTOR
MV
NAME
SYMBOL
INDOOR FAN CAPACITOR
SOLID STATE RELAY
SR141
TERMINAL BLOCK
TB
SG79J022H01
NOTE:1. About the outdoor side electric wiring, refer to the outdoor unit electric wiring diagram for servicing.
2. Use copper conductors only.(For field wiring)
3. Symbols below indicate;
: Terminal block,
: Connector
MUH09TW
MODEL WIRING DIAGRAM
RT61
FROM INDOOR UNIT
CONNECTING
WIRE
21S4
TO INDOOR UNIT
CONNECTING
WIRES
115V
1 phase 60Hz
BLK
TRANS
CN711
4
3
RED
WHT
1
2
3
4
52C
RED
TB1
L1
POWER
SUPPLY
115V
1 phase 60Hz
TAB20
MF
X62
X62
SR61
N
L1
CN721
1
3
C65
1
CN730 CN661
ORN
VLT
F61
FROM INDOOR UNIT
CONNECTING WIRES
12V DC
NR61
TB2 +
3
IC881
OUTDOOR UNIT
BLK
GRY
YLW
BRN
WHT
RED
ELECTRONIC CONTROL P.C. BOARD
C11
MF
CN
111
C11
F11
1-
POWER SUPPLY
115V 1 phase
60Hz
HIC1
RT12
TRANS
TAB12
CN
151
CN
112
3+
TO OUTDOOR
UNIT
CONNECTING
WIRES
12V DC
SYMBOL
HIC1
BLK
DEICER P.C.BOARD
RED
N
RED
BLK
DSAR
WHT
C
BLK
C1
GRN/YLW
RED
BLK
S
MC R
GROUND
NAME
SYMBOL
NAME
SYMBOL
C1
COMPRESSOR CAPACITOR
MC
COMPRESSOR(INNER PROTECTOR)
C65
OUTDOOR FAN CAPACITOR
MF
OUTDOOR FAN MOTOR(INNER PROTECTOR)
DSAR
F61
IC881
NAME
SYMBOL
TB1
TERMINAL BLOCK
TB2
TERMINAL BLOCK
SURGE ABSORBER
NR61
VARISTOR
X62
R.V. COIL RELAY
FUSE(2A)
RT61
DEFROST THERMISTOR
21S4
R.V. COIL
DC/DC CONVERTER
SR61
SOLID STATE RELAY
52C
COMPRESSOR CONTACTOR
VG79B007H01
NOTE:1. About the indoor side electric wiring, refer to the indoor unit electric wiring diagram for servicing.
2. Use copper conductors only.(For field wiring)
3. Symbols below indicate;
: Terminal block,
: Connector
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MSH09TW - U1
INDOOR UNIT
(
TO OUTDOOR
UNIT
CONNECTING
WIRES
12V DC
FROM OUTDOOR
UNIT
CONNECTING
WIRES
POWER
SUPPLY
115V
1 phase
60Hz
MODEL WIRING DIAGRAM
3+TB ORN
W
1-
VLT
N
BLK
CN201
1
2
3
4
L1
RED
TAB12
)
HIC1
NR11
RT12
CN
111
RT11
CN
121
BLK
GRY
YLW
BRN
WHT
RED
3
TRANS
C11 1
2
3
CN211
LD101T
ELECTRONIC CONTROL P.C. BOARD
SR141
F11
CN
151
TO OUTDOOR
UNIT
CONNECTING
WIRE
CN
112
5
1
2
3
MF
4
5
6
5
POWER MONITOR,
RECEIVER
P.C.BOARD
MV
REMOTE
CONTROLLER
w A disconnect may be required by local code.
NAME
SYMBOL
NAME
SYMBOL
INDOOR FAN CAPACITOR
F11
FUSE(3A)
NR11
VARISTOR
DC/DC CONVERTER
RT11
ROOM TEMPERATURE THERMISTOR
INDOOR FAN MOTOR(INNER FUSE)
RT12
INDOOR COIL THERMISTOR
HIC1
MF
MV
NAME
SYMBOL
VANE MOTOR
C11
SOLID STATE RELAY
SR141
TERMINAL BLOCK
TB
NOTE:1. About the outdoor side electric wiring, refer to the outdoor unit electric wiring diagram for servicing.
2. Use copper conductors only. (For field wiring)
3. Symbols below indicate;
/: Terminal block,
: Connector
MODEL WIRING DIAGRAM
RT61 RT63
FROM INDOOR UNIT
CONNECTING
WIRE
21S4
-
SR61
BLK
N
TB1
L1
POWER
SUPPLY
115V
1 phase 60Hz
TAB20
TRANS
MF
52C
RED
L1
NR61
TO INDOOR UNIT
CONNECTING
WIRES
115V
1 phase 60Hz
1
CN730 CN661 CN662 CN721
1
X62
3
X62
ORN
VLT
F61
FROM INDOOR UNIT
CONNECTING WIRES
12V DC
C65
TB2
+
3
IC881
MUH09TW - U1
OUTDOOR UNIT
SG79J023H01
4
3
CN711
1
2
3
4
RED
WHT
BLK
DEICER P.C.BOARD
RED
N
RED
BLK
DSAR
WHT
C
BLK
GRN/YLW
C1
RED
BLK
S
MC
R
GROUND
NAME
SYMBOL
NAME
SYMBOL
NAME
SYMBOL
C1
COMPRESSOR CAPACITOR
MF
OUTDOOR FAN MOTOR(INNER PROTECTOR)
X62
R.V. COIL RELAY
C65
OUTDOOR FAN CAPACITOR
NR61
VARISTOR
21S4
R.V. COIL
SURGE ABSORBER
RT61
DEFROST THERMISTOR
52C
COMPRESSOR CONTACTOR
FUSE(2A)
RT63
AMBIENT TEMPERATURE THERMISTOR
SR61
SOLID STATE RELAY
DSAR
F61
IC881
MC
DC/DC CONVERTER
COMPRESSOR(INNER PROTECTOR)
TB1,TB2 TERMINAL BLOCK
NOTE:1. About the indoor side electric wiring, refer to the indoor unit electric wiring diagram for servicing.
2.Use copper conductors only. (For field wiring)
3. Symbols below indicate;
/: Terminal block,
: Connector
44
VG79B041H01
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MSH12TN MSH15TN MSH17TN
INDOOR UNIT
POWER SUPPLY
115V 1 phase
60Hz
F11
HIC1
VLT
N
BLK
L1
HIC1
F11
TAB12
RED
GRN/YLW
1-
DISPLAY
P.C.BOARD
CN
104
5
3
3+
N
CN
151
CN
101
WHT
ORN
RED
BLK
YLW
BLU
BRN
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
WHT
ORN
RED
BLK
YLW
BLU
BRN
MF
GRN/YLW
3
RECEIVER
P.C.BOARD
AUTO RESTART
ASSY
REMOTE
CONTROLLER
w A disconnect may be required by local code.
L1
RT11
ELECTRONIC CONTROL P.C. BOARD
5
MV
RT12
CN
111
LDCOM
LDC11
LDC12
SR144 LDFH
SR142 LDFL
SR143 LDFM
SR141 LDFVL
TRANS
CN
102
CN
112
C11
BRN
NAME
SYMBOL
DSAR
1-
CN201
1
2
3
4
)
TO OUTDOOR
UNIT
CONNECTING
WIRES
12V DC
C11
TB
3+ ORN
DSAR
(
TO OUTDOOR
UNIT
CONNECTING
WIRES
12V DC
w
FROM OUTDOOR
UNIT
CONNECTING
WIRES
POWER
SUPPLY
115V
1 phase
60Hz
TO OUTDOOR
UNIT
CONNECTING
WIRE
FOR MULTI SYSTEM
MODELS WIRING DIAGRAM
NR11
OB275--2.qxp
SYMBOL
NAME
SYMBOL
NAME
MF
INDOOR FAN MOTOR(INNER FUSE)
RT12
INDOOR COIL THERMISTOR
MV
VANE MOTOR
INDOOR FAN CAPACITOR
SURGE ABSORVER
SR141~SR144 SOLID STATE RELAY
FUSE(3A)
NR11
VARISTOR
DC/DC CONVERTER
RT11
ROOM TEMPERATURE THERMISTOR
TERMINAL BLOCK
TB
NOTE:1. About the outdoor side electric wiring, refer to the outdoor unit electric wiring diagram for servicing.
2. Use copper conductors only. (For field wiring)
3. Symbols below indicate;
/: Terminal block,
: Connector
MUH12TN
VG79B016H01
MODEL WIRING DIAGRAM
RT61
FROM INDOOR UNIT
CONNECTING
WIRE
SR61
TB1
L1
POWER
SUPPLY
208/230V
1 phase 60Hz
BLK
TAB20
TRANS
MF
X62
C65
-
N
L1
CN721
X62
NR61
1
CN730 CN661
1
3
ORN
VLT
F61
TO INDOOR UNIT
CONNECTING
WIRES
115V
1 phase 60Hz
TB2
+
3
IC881
FROM INDOOR UNIT
CONNECTING WIRES
12V DC
21S4
RED
OUTDOOR UNIT
CN711
52C
4
3
RED
WHT
1
2
3
4
BLK
DEICER P.C.BOARD
RED
RED DSAR
N
WHT
BLU
L2
BLU
C1
C
RED
BLK
S
MC R
GRN/YLW
GROUND
NAME
SYMBOL
C1
COMPRESSOR CAPACITOR
C65
OUTDOOR FAN CAPACITOR
DSAR
F61
IC881
NAME
SYMBOL
NAME
SYMBOL
MC
COMPRESSOR(INNER PROTECTOR)
TB1
TERMINAL BLOCK
MF
OUTDOOR FAN MOTOR(INNER PROTECTOR)
TB2
TERMINAL BLOCK
NR61
VARISTOR
X62
R.V. COIL RELAY
FUSE(2A)
RT61
DEFROST THERMISTOR
21S4
R.V. COIL
DC/DC CONVERTER
SR61
SOLID STATE RELAY
52C
COMPRESSOR CONTACTOR
VG79B008H01
SURGE ABSORBER
NOTE:1. About the indoor side electric wiring, refer to the indoor unit electric wiring diagram for servicing.
2. Use copper conductors only. (For field wiring)
3. Symbols below indicate;
/: Terminal block,
: Connector
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MUH15TN MUH17TN
RT61
21S4
52C
CN721
CN720
FROM INDOOR UNIT
CONNECTING WIRE
FROM INDOOR UNIT
CONNECTING WIRES
12V DC
+
CN730
ORN
1
3
VLT
CN661
RED
SR61
TAB21
BLK
TO INDOOR UNIT
CONNECTING WIRES
115V
1 phase 60Hz
RED
L1
TB1
L1
POWER
SUPPLY
208/230V
1 phase 60Hz
X62
F61
N
CN711
TRANCE
DEICER P.C. BOARD
TAB20
RED
N
MF
X62
1
C65
TB2
3
NR61
OUTDOOR UNIT
MODELS WIRING DIAGRAM
IC881
OB275--2.qxp
52C
NO
RED
RED
1
1
ORN
WHT
2
2
WHT
3
3
BLK
BLK
4
4
COM WHT
DSAR
RED
BLU
C
L2
C1
BLU
RED
BLK
GRN/YLW
MC
S
R
GROUND
NAME
SYMBOL
COMPRESSOR CAPACITOR
C65
OUTDOOR FAN CAPACITOR
DSAR
F61
IC881
NAME
SYMBOL
C1
NAME
SYMBOL
MC
COMPRESSOR(INNER PROTECTOR)
TB1
TERMINAL BLOCK
MF
OUTDOOR FAN MOTOR(INNER PROTECTOR)
TB2
TERMINAL BLOCK
NR61
VARISTOR
X62
R.V. COIL RELAY
FUSE(2A)
RT61
DEFROST THERMISTOR
21S4
R.V. COIL
DC/DC CONVERTER
SR61
SOLID STATE RELAY
52C
COMPRESSOR CONTACTOR
SURGE ABSORBER
SG79J000H01
NOTE:1. About the indoor side electric wiring, refer to the indoor unit electric wiring diagram for servicing.
2.Use copper conductors only. (For field wiring)
3. Symbols below indicate;
/: Terminal block,
: Connector
U1
UNIT
CONNECTING
WIRES
12V DC
FROM OUTDOOR
UNIT
CONNECTING
WIRES
POWER
SUPPLY
115V
1 phase
60Hz
TO OUTDOOR
UNIT
CONNECTING
WIRE
N
BLK
CN201
1
2
3
4
L1
RED
TAB12
1-
w
MODELS WIRING DIAGRAM
U1
TB
3+ ORN
)
VLT
CN
112
HIC1
F11
BRN
CN
102
CN
151
CN
104
5
3
CN
101
LDCOM
LDC11
C11 LDC12
SR144 LDFH
SR142 LDFL
LDFM
SR143
LDFVL
SR141
ELECTRONIC CONTROL P.C. BOARD
5
RT12
CN
111
TRANS
DSAR
(
MSH17TN -
NR11
MSH12TN - U1 MSH15TN INDOOR UNIT TO OUTDOOR
RT11
WHT
ORN
RED
BLK
YLW
BLU
BRN
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
WHT
ORN
RED
BLK
YLW
BLU
BRN
MF
GRN/YLW
3
GRN/YLW
DISPLAY
P.C.BOARD
AUTO RESTART
ASSY
MV
RECEIVER
P.C.BOARD
w A disconnect may be required by local code.
NAME
SYMBOL
C11
DSAR
F11
HIC1
REMOTE
CONTROLLER
SYMBOL
NAME
SYMBOL
NAME
INDOOR FAN CAPACITOR
MF
INDOOR FAN MOTOR(INNER FUSE)
RT12
INDOOR COIL THERMISTOR
SURGE ABSORVER
MV
VANE MOTOR
FUSE(3A)
NR11
VARISTOR
DC/DC CONVERTER
RT11
ROOM TEMPERATURE THERMISTOR
NOTE:1. About the outdoor side electric wiring, refer to the outdoor unit electric wiring diagram for servicing.
2. Use copper conductors only. (For field wiring)
3. Symbols below indicate;
/: Terminal block,
: Connector
46
SR141~SR144 SOLID STATE RELAY
TB
TERMINAL BLOCK
VG79B017H01
MODEL WIRING DIAGRAM
U1
TB2
+
3
1
3
TB1
L1
POWER
SUPPLY
208/230V
1 phase 60Hz
CN711
C65
SR61
N
L1
MF
X62
X62
-
1
TO INDOOR UNIT
CONNECTING
WIRES
115V
1 phase 60Hz
CN730 CN661 CN662 CN721
ORN
VLT
NR61
FROM INDOOR UNIT
CONNECTING WIRES
12V DC
21S4
F61
OUTDOOR UNIT
RT61 RT63
FROM INDOOR UNIT
CONNECTING
WIRE
BLK
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4
3
RED
WHT
1
2
3
4
52C
TAB20
RED
OB275--2.qxp
BLK
DEICER P.C.BOARD
RED
RED DSAR
N
WHT
C
BLU
L2
C1
BLU
RED
MC R
S
BLK
GRN/YLW
GROUND
NAME
SYMBOL
COMPRESSOR CAPACITOR
C65
OUTDOOR FAN CAPACITOR
DSAR
F61
IC881
NAME
SYMBOL
C1
NAME
SYMBOL
MC
COMPRESSOR(INNER PROTECTOR)
SOLID STATE RELAY
MF
OUTDOOR FAN MOTOR(INNER PROTECTOR) TB1,TB2 TERMINAL BLOCK
SR61
VARISTOR
X62
R.V. COIL RELAY
RT61
DEFROST THERMISTOR
21S4
R.V. COIL
RT63
AMBIENT TEMPERATURE THERMISTOR
52C
COMPRESSOR CONTACTOR
SURGE ABSORBER
NR61
FUSE(2A)
DC/DC CONVERTER
NOTE:1. About the indoor side electric wiring, refer to the indoor unit electric wiring diagram for servicing.
2.Use copper conductors only. (For field wiring)
3. Symbols below indicate;
/: Terminal block,
: Connector
MUH15TN - U1 MUH17TN - U1
OUTDOOR UNIT FROM INDOOR UNIT
VG79B042H01
MODELS WIRING DIAGRAM
RT61
RT63
52C
21S4
CONNECTING WIRE
POWER
SUPPLY
208/230V
1 phase 60Hz
CN730
1
3
TB1
L1
SR61
TAB21
TAB20
RED
N
X62
F61
RED
L1
RED
MF
X62
1
N
CN720
CN661 CN662 CN721
CN711
C65
VLT
NR61
ORN
BLK
TO INDOOR UNIT
CONNECTING
WIRES
115V
1 phase 60Hz
+
RED
FROM INDOOR UNIT
CONNECTING WIRES
12V DC
IC881
TB2
3
TRANCE
DEICER P.C. BOARD
NO
52C
RED
RED
1
1
ORN
WHT
2
2
WHT
3
3
BLK
BLK
4
4
COM WHT
DSAR
BLU
C
L2
BLU
C1
RED
BLK
GRN/YLW
S
MC
R
GROUND
NAME
NAME
NAME
SYMBOL
SYMBOL
TERMINAL
BLOCK
OUTDOOR
FAN
MOTOR(INNER
PROTECTOR)
MF
TB2
COMPRESSOR CAPACITOR
R.V. COIL RELAY
NR61 VARISTOR
X62
OUTDOOR FAN CAPACITOR
DEFROST THERMISTOR
RT61
21S4 R.V. COIL
SURGE ABSORBER
AMBIENT TEMPERATURE THERMISTOR
COMPRESSOR CONTACTOR
RT63
52C
FUSE(2A)
SOLID STATE RELAY
SR61
DC/DC CONVERTER
TERMINAL BLOCK
TB1
COMPRESSOR(INNER PROTECTOR)
NOTE:1. About the indoor side electric wiring, refer to the indoor unit electric wiring diagram for servicing.
SG79J001H01
SYMBOL
C1
C65
DSAR
F61
IC881
MC
2.Use copper conductors only. (For field wiring)
3. Symbols below indicate;
/: Terminal block,
: Connector
47
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OUTDOOR UNIT
Page 48
MODEL WIRING DIAGRAM
RT61 RT63
FROM INDOOR UNIT
CONNECTING
WIRE
21S4
1
3
TB1
L1
NR61
F61
BLK
L1
POWER
SUPPLY
208/230V
1 phase 60Hz
IC881
SR61
N
TRANS
MF
X62
X62
–
1
TO INDOOR UNIT
CONNECTING
WIRES
115V
1 phase 60Hz
CN730 CN661 CN662 CN721
ORN
VLT
CN711
C65
TB2
+
3
FROM INDOOR UNIT
CONNECTING WIRES
12V DC
4
3
RED
WHT
1
2
3
4
52C
TAB20
RED
OB275--2.qxp
BLK
DEICER P.C.BOARD
RED
RED DSAR
N
WHT
C
BLU
L2
C1
BLU
RED
S
BLK
GRN/YLW
MC R
GROUND
NAME
SYMBOL
NAME
SYMBOL
NAME
SYMBOL
C1
COMPRESSOR CAPACITOR
MC
COMPRESSOR(INNER PROTECTOR)
C65
OUTDOOR FAN CAPACITOR
MF
OUTDOOR FAN MOTOR(INNER PROTECTOR) TB1,TB2 TERMINAL BLOCK
VARISTOR
X62
R.V. COIL RELAY
FUSE(2A)
RT61
DEFROST THERMISTOR
21S4
R.V. COIL
DC/DC CONVERTER
RT63
AMBIENT TEMPERATURE THERMISTOR
52C
COMPRESSOR CONTACTOR
VG79B543H01
MODEL WIRING DIAGRAM
RT61
RT63
TO INDOOR UNIT
CONNECTING
WIRES
115V
1 phase 60Hz
POWER
SUPPLY
208/230V
1 phase 60Hz
+
CN730
ORN
1
3
VLT
CN661 CN662 CN721
1
SR61
TAB21
L1
TB1
L1
TAB20
RED
N
RED
MF
X62
F61
RED
N
CN720
X62
CN711
C65
TB2
3
FROM INDOOR UNIT
CONNECTING WIRES
12V DC
52C
21S4
FROM INDOOR UNIT
CONNECTING WIRE
NR61
MUH15TN - U2
OUTDOOR UNIT
IC881
IC881
NR61
BLK
F61
SR61
SURGE ABSORBER
RED
DSAR
SOLID STATE RELAY
TRANCE
DEICER P.C. BOARD
NO
52C
RED
RED
1
1
ORN
WHT
2
2
WHT
3
3
BLK
BLK
4
4
COM WHT
DSAR
BLU
C
L2
BLU
C1
RED
BLK
GRN/YLW
S
MC
R
GROUND
NAME
NAME
NAME
SYMBOL
SYMBOL
TERMINAL BLOCK
OUTDOOR FAN MOTOR(INNER PROTECTOR)
MF
TB2
COMPRESSOR CAPACITOR
R.V. COIL RELAY
NR61 VARISTOR
X62
OUTDOOR FAN CAPACITOR
DEFROST
THERMISTOR
RT61
21S4 R.V. COIL
SURGE ABSORBER
AMBIENT TEMPERATURE THERMISTOR
COMPRESSOR CONTACTOR
RT63
52C
FUSE(2A)
SOLID STATE RELAY
SR61
DC/DC CONVERTER
TERMINAL BLOCK
TB1
COMPRESSOR(INNER PROTECTOR)
SG79B542H01
NOTE:1. About the indoor side electric wiring, refer to the indoor unit electric wiring diagram for servicing.
SYMBOL
C1
C65
DSAR
F61
IC881
MC
2.Use copper conductors only. (For field wiring)
3. Symbols below indicate;
/: Terminal block,
: Connector
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MODELS WIRING DIAGRAM
X65
BRN
GRY
2 1
CN552
OUTDOOR UNIT
(250V 1A)
RED
BRN
BLU
ORN
YLW
WHT
LEV B
NAME
POWER FACTOR CAPACITOR
SMOOTHING CAPACITOR
OUTDOOR FAN CAPACITOR
CURRENT TRANSFORMER
DIODE MODULE
DIODE STACK
FUSE (250V 1A)
FUSE (250V 1A)
REACTOR
COMMON MODE CHOKE COIL
CN852
RED
WHT
BLK
TAB64
ORN
W
ORN
X67
CN554
WHT
63H2
CN551
V
MC
U
7 65 43 2 1
CN515
X66
TAB63
F801 TAB62
X61
4
21S4
CN792
1 2 3456
YLW
BLU
RED
ORN
WHT
BLK
1 2
RED
BRN
BLU
ORN
YLW
WHT
LEV A
1 2 3456
RELAY
P.C. BOARD
TAB65
CT62
TAB66
I.P.M P.C. BOARD
MF61
ELECTRONIC CONTROL P.C. BOARD
CN793
1 2 3456
LEV C
SYMBOL
LEV A~C
MC
MF61
R
RT61
RT62
RT63
RT65
RT66,67
RT68
CN722
1 2 34
CN663
CN662
1 2
1 2 3456
63H1
GRY
GRY
GRY
GRY
GRY
GRY
6
CN851
CN791
1 2 3456
SYMBOL
C61
C62,63
C65
CT61,62
DS61
DS62
F801
F911
L
L61
CN913
1 2 34
GRN
2
T801
BLK
BLK
BLU
YLW
CN902
RED
RED
BLU
ORN
1
CN901
RED
BRN
BLU
ORN
YLW
WHT
3
1
1 2
3
1 2
TB2
CN603 CN602 CN601
TB3
3
CN720
BLU
RED
YLW
BLK
C65
1 2 34567
CN705
TB4
1
X63
F911
LDE
1 2
INDOOR
UNIT (A)
INDOOR
UNIT (B)
INDOOR
UNIT (C)
X62
LDB
SSR61
L61
RED
RED
BRN
LDB
LD64
LD61
GRY
LD62
BLU
NOISE FILTER
P.C.BOARD
CN704
TB1
L1 RED
CT
61
1 2 34
CN801
X64
0 1
L2
FROM INDOOR UNIT
CONNECTING WIRES
DC 12V
TB5
X64 4 6 BLK
GROUND
POWER SUPPLY
208/230V
1 phase 60Hz
LD63
YLW
RED R BLK
BLK
RED
-
YLW
(250V 1A)
-
WHT
43 21
CN501
-
C63
C62
+ RED +
L
K
CN514
-
A
RT65 RT66
RT68
RT67
CN661
1 2 3456 78
GRY
GRY
BLK
BLK
GRY
GRY
WHT
BLK
2 1
CN553
GRN/YLW
ORN
WHT
DS62
DS61
C61
+ ORN +
RED
RT63
RT62
RT61
NAME
EXPANSION VALVE
COMPRESSOR
OUTDOOR FAN MOTOR (INNER FUSE)
RESISTOR
DISCHARGE TEMPERATURE THERMISTOR
DEFROST TEMPERATURE THERMISTOR
EVAPORATION TEMPERATURE THERMISTOR
FIN TEMPERATURE THERMISTOR
GUS PIPE TEMPERATURE THERMISTOR
GUS PIPE TEMPERATURE THERMISTOR
NOTE: 1. About the indoor side electric wiring refer to the indoor unit electric wiring diagram for servicing.
2.Use copper conductors only. (For field wiring)
3.Symboles below indicate.
: Terminal block
: Connector
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SYMBOL
SSR61
T801
TB1~5
X61,62,63
X64,65
X66,67
21S4
63H1
63H2
NAME
SOLENOID COIL RELAY
TRANSFORMER
TERMINAL BLOCK
FAN MOTOR RELAY
RELAY
RELAY
R.V. COIL
HIGH PRESSURE SWITCH
HIGH PRESSURE SWITCH
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MODELS WIRING DIAGRAM
BRN
GRY
X65
OUTDOOR UNIT
2 1
CN552
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(250V 1A)
6
RED
BRN
BLU
ORN
YLW
WHT
LEV A
CN792
1 2 3456
LEV B
CN852
CN793
1 2 3456
LEV C
MC
BLK
TAB64
ORN
W
RED
WHT
U
ORN
WHT
63H2
CN551
V
X67
CN554
X66
TAB63
F801 TAB62
(250V 1A)
43 21
CN501
X61
YLW
BLU
4
21S4
CN851
CN791
1 2 3456
1 2 3456
RELAY
P.C. BOARD
TAB65
CT62
TAB66
I.P.M P.C. BOARD
MF61
ELECTRONIC CONTROL P.C. BOARD
CN722
1 2 34
CN663
CN662
1 2
1 2 3456
63H1
GRY
GRY
GRY
GRY
GRY
GRY
GRN
2
T801
BLK
BLK
1 2
CN913
1 2 34
RED
RED
BLU
YLW
CN902
RED
BRN
BLU
ORN
YLW
WHT
BLU
ORN
1
CN901
RED
BRN
BLU
ORN
YLW
WHT
3
1
1 2
3
1 2
TB2
CN603 CN602 CN601
TB3
3
CN720
BLU
RED
YLW
BLK
C65
1 2 34567
CN705
TB4
1
X62
LDB
LDB
N
LD64
NR63 LD65
LDE
RED
RED
BRN
F911
1 2
INDOOR
UNIT (A)
INDOOR
UNIT (B)
INDOOR
UNIT (C)
X63
LD61
L61
RED
ORN
WHT
BLK
BLU
NOISE FILTER
P.C.BOARD
SSR61
LD62
CT
61
YLW
CN704
TB1
L1 RED
L2
FROM INDOOR UNIT
CONNECTING WIRES
DC 12V
F912 LD63
(3.15A)
X64
0 1
GRY
POWER SUPPLY
208/230V
1 phase 60Hz
YLW
BLK
RED
-
1 2 34
CN801
4 6 BLK
GROUND
-
WHT
7 65 43 2 1
CN515
BLK
RED R BLK
-
C63
C62
+ RED +
L
K
CN514
-
A
RT65 RT66
RT68
RT67
CN661
1 2 3456 78
GRY
GRY
BLK
BLK
GRY
GRY
WHT
2 1
CN553
GRN/YLW
ORN
WHT
DS62
DS61
C61
+ ORN +
RED
RT63
RT62
RT61
SYMBOL
SYMBOL
NAME
NAME
C61
LEV A~C
POWER FACTOR CAPACITOR
EXPANSION VALVE
C62,63
MC
SMOOTHING CAPACITOR
COMPRESSOR
MF61
OUTDOOR FAN CAPACITOR
C65
OUTDOOR FAN MOTOR (INNER FUSE)
NR63
CURRENT TRANSFORMER
CT61,62
VARISTOR
DIODE MODULE
R
DS61
RESISTOR
RT61
DIODE STACK
DS62
DISCHARGE TEMPERATURE THERMISTOR
FUSE (250V 1A)
RT62
DEFROST TEMPERATURE THERMISTOR
F801
FUSE (250V 1A)
RT63
EVAPORATION TEMPERATURE THERMISTOR
F911
FUSE (3.15A)
RT65
FIN TEMPERATURE THERMISTOR
F912
REACTOR
RT66,67
GUS PIPE TEMPERATURE THERMISTOR
L
COMMON MODE CHOKE COIL
RT68
GUS PIPE TEMPERATURE THERMISTOR
L61
NOTE: 1. About the indoor side electric wiring refer to the indoor unit electric wiring diagram for servicing.
2.Use copper conductors only. (For field wiring)
3.Symboles below indicate.
: Terminal block
: Connector
50
SYMBOL
SSR61
T801
TB1~4
X61,62,63
X64,65
X66,67
21S4
63H1
63H2
NAME
SOLENOID COIL RELAY
TRANSFORMER
TERMINAL BLOCK
FAN MOTOR RELAY
RELAY
RELAY
R.V. COIL
HIGH PRESSURE SWITCH
HIGH PRESSURE SWITCH
SG79Y087H01
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REFRIGERANT SYSTEM DIAGRAM
Unit:inch
MSH09TW MSH09TW -
INDOOR UNIT
Indoor
heat
exchanger
MUH09TW MUH09TW -
U1
U1
OUTDOOR UNIT
Stop valve
Refrigerant pipe [3/8
(with service
(Option)
port)
(with heat insulator)
Indoor coil
thermistor
RT12
Flared connection
Muffler
4-way
valve
Service
port
Service
port
Strainer
Fusible
plug
Room temperature
thermistor
RT11
Outdoor
heat
exchanger
Defrost
thermistor
RT61
Muffler
Compressor
Flared connection
Capillary tube CT3
O.D. 0.12✕I.D.
0.063✕31-1/2
Capillary tube CT2
O.D. 0.12✕I.D.
Strainer
0.063✕17-11/16
Refrigerant pipe [1/4 Stop valve
(Option)
(with heat insulator)
Check
valve
Capillary tube CT1
O.D. 0.12✕I.D. 0.055✕
19-11/16
R.V. coil
heating ON
cooling OFF
Flow of refrigerant (cooling)
Flow of refrigerant (heating)
Unit:inch
MUH12TN MUH12TN MUH12TN -
MSH12TN MSH12TN - U1
Refrigerant pipe
INDOOR UNIT
[1/2
(Option)
(with heat insulator)
Indoor
heat
exchanger
Indoor coil
thermistor
RT12
Distributor
Flared connection
U1
U2
OUTDOOR UNIT
Muffler
Stop valve
(with service
port)
Service
port
Room temperature
thermistor
RT11
4-way
valve
Fusible
plug
Service
port
Strainer
Defrost
thermistor
RT61
Muffler
Compressor
Outdoor
heat
exchanger
Capillary tube CT1
O.D. 0.12✕I.D.
0.055✕19-11/16
Flared connection
Strainer
Refrigerant pipe [1/4 Stop valve
(Option)
(with heat insulator)
Capillary tube CT1
O.D. 0.12✕I.D.0.071✕11-13/16
R.V. coil
heating ON
cooling OFF
Flow of refrigerant (cooling)
Flow of refrigerant (heating)
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Unit:inch
MSH15TN MSH15TN INDOOR UNIT
Indoor
heat
exchanger
Refrigerant pipe [5/8
(Option)
(with heat insulator)
Indoor coil
thermistor
RT12
Distributor
MUH15TN MUH15TN MUH15TN -
U1
Flared connection
U1
U2
OUTDOOR UNIT
4-way
valve
Muffler
Stop valve
(with service
port)
Service
port
Service
port
Fusible
plug
Outdoor
heat
exchanger
Strainer
#100 Defrost
thermistor
RT61
Room temperature
thermistor
RT11
Accumulator
Muffler
Capillary tube CT1
O.D. 0.12✕I.D.
0.055✕11-13/16
Compressor
Flared connection
Capillary tube CT3
O.D. 0.12✕I.D.0.079✕23-5/8
Strainer
#100
Refrigerant pipe [1/4 Stop valve
(Option)
(with heat insulator)
Capillary tube CT2
O.D. 0.12✕I.D.0.079✕7-7/8
R.V. coil
heating ON
cooling OFF
Flow of refrigerant (cooling)
Check
valve
Flow of refrigerant (heating)
Unit:inch
MSH17TN MSH17TN -
MUH17TN MUH17TN -
U1
INDOOR UNIT
OUTDOOR UNIT
Refrigerant pipe [5/8
(Option)
(with heat insulator)
Indoor
heat
exchanger
U1
Indoor coil
thermistor
RT12
Distributor
Flared connection
Room temperature
thermistor
RT11
4-way
valve
Stop valve
(with service port)
Service
port
Fusible
plug
Muffler
Strainer
#100
Outdoor
heat
exchanger
Service
port
Defrost
thermistor
(RT61)
Accumulator
Muffler
Compressor
Distributor
Flared connection
Refrigerant pipe [1/4
(Option)
(with heat insulator)
Capillary tube CT3
Strainer O.D. 0.12✕I.D. 0.079✕9-13/16
#100
Stop valve
Capillary tube CT2
O.D. 0.12✕I.D. 0.079✕27-9/16
Check
valve
52
R.V. coil
heating ON
cooling OFF
Flow of refrigerant (cooling)
Flow of refrigerant (heating)
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MXZ30TN MXZ30TN2
Service
port
Service
port
Discharge
temperature
thermistor
Indoor unit
B
Ball valve with
service port
Capillary tube CT2
O.D. 0.0985 ✕ I.D. 0.024 ✕ 39.37
Indoor unit
B
Indoor unit
C
R.V. coil
heating ON
cooling OFF
Reversing valve
Unit B gas pipe temperature
thermistor
Muffler
Unit A gas pipe
temperature thermistor
Indoor unit
A
Indoor unit
A
Refrigerant flow in cooling
Refrigerant flow in heating
Accumulator
Oil
separator
Indoor unit
C
Fusible
plug
Compressor
High pressure
switch 1
High pressure
switch 2
Unit C gas pipe temperature
thermistor
Unit: inch
Evaporation
temperature
thermistor
Capillary tube CT6
O.D. 0.12 ✕ I.D. 0.079 ✕ 7.87
Strainer
Capillary tube CT7
#100 O.D. 0.12 ✕ I.D. 0.079 ✕ 7.87
LEV
Strainer
Capillary tube CT8
#100 O.D. 0.12 ✕ I.D. 0.079 ✕ 7.87
LEV
Strainer
#100
LEV
Ball valve with
service port
Outdoor
heat
exchanger
Capillary tube CT1
O.D. 0.0985 ✕ I.D. 0.024 ✕ 29.53
Capillary tubeCT3,4,5
Defrost
thermistor
O.D. 0.157 ✕ I.D. 0.094
✕ 15.75
Strainer
#100
Distributor
Strainer
#100
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MICROPROCESSOR CONTROL
MSH09TW
MSH12TN
MSH15TN
MSH17TN
MSH09TW - U1
MSH12TN - U1
MSH15TN - U1
MSH17TN - U1
MUH09TW
MUH12TN
MUH15TN
MUH17TN
MUH09TW - U1
MUH12TN - U1 MUH12TN MUH15TN - U1 MUH15TN MUH17TN - U1
U2
MXZ30TN
MZX30TN2
U2
Once the operation mode are set, the same operation mode can be repeated by simply turning the OPERATE/STOP(ON/OFF)
button ON.
Indoor unit receives the signal with a beep tone.
When the system turns off, 3-minute time delay will operate to protect system from overload and compressor will not restart for
3 minutes.
WIRELESS REMOTE CONTROLLER
Signal transmitting section
Operation display section
PM
AM
OPERATE /STOP
(ON /OFF)button
TOO
ON/OFF WARM
TOO
COOL
TEMPERATURE buttons
TOO
ON/OFF WARM
VANE CONTROL button
TOO
COOL
FAN
STOP
VANE
START
I FEEL COOL
FAN SPEED CONTROL button
OFF-TIMER button
HEAT DRY
ON-TIMER button
MODE
HR.
OPERATION SELECT button
MIN.
HR. button
MIN. button
(TIME SET button)
RESET CLOCK
CLOCK SET button
RESET button
INDOOR UNIT DISPLAY SECTION
Operation Indicator lamp
The operation indicator located at the right side of the indoor unit indicates the operation state.
• The following indication applies regardless of shape of the indicatior.
Operation Indicator
lighted
not lighted
Indication
Operation state
Difference between target
temperature and room
temperature
This shows that the air conditioner is operating to reach
the target temperature.
Please wait until the target temperature is obtained.
Approx. 4 ˚F or more
This shows that the room temperature is
approaching the target temperature.
Approx. 4 ˚F or less
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10-1. “I FEEL CONTROL” OPERATION
(1) Press OPERATE/STOP(ON/OFF) button on the remote controller.
OPERATION INDICATOR lamp of the indoor unit turns on with a
beep tone.
(2) Press OPERATION SELECT button to set “I FEEL CONTROL”.
Then a beep tone is heard.
(3) The operation mode is determined by the room temperature at
start-up of the operation.
Initial room temperature
77˚F or more
73˚F to 77˚F
less than 73˚F
mode
COOL mode of
“I FEEL CONTROL”
DRY mode of
“I FEEL CONTROL”
HEAT mode of
“I FEEL CONTROL”
● Once the mode is fixed, the mode does not change by room temperature afterwards.
● Under the ON-TIMER ( START) operation, mode is determined according to the room temperature as the operation
starts.
● When the system is stopped with the OPERATE/STOP(ON/OFF) button on the remote controller, and restarted within 2
hours in “I FEEL CONTROL” mode, the system operates in previous mode automatically regardless of the room temperature.
Operation time chart
Example
Previous operation
COOL mode of
“I FEEL CONTROL”
or COOL mode
Restart
COOL mode of
“I FEEL CONTROL”
When the system is restarted after 2 hours and more, the operation mode is determined by the room temperature at
start-up of the operation.
Operation time chart
Example
Previous operation
COOL mode of
“I FEEL CONTROL” or
COOL mode
Restart
COOL or DRY or HEAT
mode of “I FEEL CONTROL” that determined
by room temperature at
start-up of the operation.
(4) The initial set temperature is decided by the initial room temperature.
Mode
COOL mode of
“I FEEL CONTROL”
DRY mode of
“I FEEL CONTROL”
HEAT mode of
“I FEEL CONTROL”
Initial room temperature
Initial set temperature
75˚F
79˚F or more
Initial room temperature
minus 4˚F
Initial room temperature
minus 4˚F
77˚F to 79˚F
73˚F to 77˚F
less than 73˚F
❈1
79˚F
❈1 When the system is restarted with the remote controller, the system operates with the previous set temperature regardless of the room temperature at restart.
The set temperature is calculated by the previous set temperature.
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(5) TEMPERATURE buttons
In “I FEEL CONTROL” mode, set temperature is decided by the microprocessor based on the room temperature.
In addition, set temperature can be controlled by TOO WARM or TOO COOL buttons when you feel too cool or too
warm.
Each time the TOO WARM or TOO COOL button is pressed, the indoor unit receives the signal and emits a beep tone.
● Fuzzy control
When the TOO COOL or TOO WARM button is pressed, the microprocessor changes the set temperature, considering the room temperature, the frequency of pressing TOO COOL or TOO WARM button and the user’s preference to
heat or cool. So this is called “Fuzzy control”, and works only in “I FEEL CONTROL” mode.
In DRY mode of “I FEEL CONTROL”, the set temperature doesn’t change.
TOO
COOL
… To raise the set temperature 2~4 degrees(°F)
TOO
WARM
… To lower the set temperature 2~4 degrees(°F)
— COOL mode of “I FEEL CONTROL” —
1. Indoor fan speed control
Indoor fan operates at the set speed by FAN SPEED CONTROL button.
In AUTO the fan speed is as follows.
Fan speed
Initial temperature difference
Room temperature minus set temperature : 2 degrees or more········································High
Room temperature minus set temperature : Between 1 and 2 degrees····························Med.
Room temperature minus set temperature : less than 1 degrees······································Low
Difference between room
temperature and set temperature
during operation
4 deg. 7 deg.
2 deg. 3 deg.
2. Coil frost prevention
① Temperature control
<MSH09> When the indoor coil thermistor RT12 reads 39˚F or below for 5 minutes, the coil frost prevention mode starts.
<MSH12/15/17> When the indoor coil thermistor RT12 reads 37˚F or below, the coil frost prevention mode starts
immediately. However the coil frost prevention doesn’t work for 5 minutes since the compressor has
started.
The indoor fan operates at the set speed the compressor stops for 5 minutes.
After that, if RT12 still reads below 39˚F (MSH09) or below 37˚F (MSH12/15/17) this mode is prolonged until the RT12
reads over 39˚F (MSH09) or 37˚F (MSH12/15/17).
② Time control
When the three conditions as follows have been satisfied for 1 hour and 45 minutes, compressor stops for 3 minutes.
a. Compressor has been continuously operating.
b. Indoor fan speed is Low or Med..
c. Room temperature is below 79˚F.
When compressor stops, the accumulated time is cancelled and when compressor restarts, time counting starts
from the beginning.
Time counting also stops temporarily when the indoor fan speed becomes High or the room temperature exceeds
79°F. However, when two of the above conditions (b.and c.) are satisfied again. Time accumulation is resumed.
ON
ON
Compressor and
Outdoor fan motor
Indoor fan motor
OFF
ON
OFF
(continuously at set speed)
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—DRY mode of “I FEEL CONTROL”—
The system for dry operation uses the same refrigerant circuit as the cooling circuit.
The compressor and the indoor fan are controlled by the temperature.
By such controls, amount of air flow of indoor unit will be reduced in order to lower humidity without much room temperature drop.
1. Indoor fan speed control
Indoor fan operates at the set speed by FAN SPEED CONTROL button.
In AUTO fan operation, fan speed becomes Low.
2. The operation of the compressor and indoor/ outdoor fan (Refer to page 65 for MXZ30TN)
Compressor operates by room temperature control and time control.
Set temperature is controlled to fall 4˚F as initial set temperature.
Indoor fan and outdoor fan operate in the same cycle as the compressor.
• When the room temperature is 73˚F or over:
When the thermostat is ON, the compressor repeats 8 minutes ON and 3 minutes OFF.
When the thermostat is OFF, the compressor repeats 4 minutes OFF and 1 minute ON.
• When the room temperature is under 73˚F.
When the thermostat is ON, the compressor repeats 2 minutes ON and 3 minutes OFF.
When the thermostat is OFF, the compressor repeats 4 minutes OFF and 1 minute ON.
Operation time chart
Example: When the room temperature is 73˚F or over
ON
ON
Thermostat
OFF
OFF
Indoor fan
OFF
OFF
ON
Outdoor fan
Compressor
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON
OFF
4 min.
8 min.
1 min.
3 min.
3. Coil frost prevention
• The operation is as same as coil frost prevention during COOL mode of “I FEEL CONTROL”.
• Indoor fan operates at the set speed and the compressor stops for 5 minutes, because protection (Coil frost
prevention) has the priority.
However, when coil frost prevention works while the compressor is not operating, the speed becomes Low.
— HEAT mode of “I FEEL CONTROL” —
1. Indoor fan speed control
(1) In AUTO the fan speed is as follows.
Difference between room
temperature and set
temperature during
operation
Initial temperature difference
Fan speed
Set temperature minus room temperature: 2 degrees or more ··········································High
Set temperature minus room temperature: Between 1 and 2 degrees· ·····························Med.
4 deg. 7 deg.
Set temperature minus room temperature: less than 1 degree··········································Low
2
deg.
3
deg.
(2) Cold air prevention control
<MSH09>
1 When the compressor is not operating,
(1) if the temperature of indoor coil thermistor RT12 is 64°F or less, the indoor fan stops.
(2) if the temperature of indoor coil thermistor RT12 is more than 64°F, the indoor fan operates at Very Low.
2 When the compressor is operating,
(1) if the temperature of RT12 is 72°F or more, the indoor fan operates at set speed.
(2) if the temperature of RT12 is less than 72°F and
(1) if the temperature of room temperature thermistor RT11 is 59°F or less, the indoor fan stops.
(2) if the temperature of room temperature thermistor RT11 is more than 59°F, the indoor fan operates at Very
Low.
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<MSH12/15/17>
When the compressor is operating,
(1) if the temperature of indoor coil thermistor RT12 is less than 64°F or, the indoor fan operates at Very Low.
But if the temperature of room temperature thermistor RT11 is 59°F or less, the fan stops.
(2) if the temperature of indoor coil thermistor RT12 is more than 72°F, the indoor fan operates at set speed.
Indoor coil thermistor
RT12 temperature
Released
Cold Air Prevention
64°F 72°F
Indoor fan speed
Set speed
Very Low or stop
NOTE : If the temperature of RT12 reads from 64°F to 72°F at the air conditioner starting and also after defrosting,
this control works.
(3) Warm air control.
When any condition of 1(a. ~ d.) and the condition of 2 as follows are satisfied at the same time, warm air control
works.
1 a.) when the operation mode has been changed to HEAT mode
b.) when cold air prevention has been released
c.) when defrosting has been finished
d.) when the compressor starts in HEAT mode
2 When the temperature of indoor coil thermistor RT12 is less than 99°F.
When warm air control works, the indoor fan speed changes as follows to blow out warm air gradually.
Gradation of indoor fan speed in initial
<Time condition>
<Indoor fan speed>
less than 2 minutes
Low
2 minutes to 4 minutes
Med.
more than 4 minutes
High
The upper limit of the indoor fan speed in MANUAL is the set speed.
The upper limit of the indoor fan speed in AUTO is the speed decided by indoor fan speed control.
When the temperature of RT12 has been 99°F or more, or when the set speed has been changed, this control is
released and the indoor fan speed is the set speed.
(4) Flow soft control
When the thermostat (compressor) is off, the indoor fan operates as follows.
< RT12 > < Indoor fan speed > NOTE : When the thermostat(compressor) turns on, the indoor
<MSH09>
less than 64°F
off
fan operates at set speed. But until cold air prevention
64°F or more
Very Low
and warm air control is released, the indoor fan follows
<MSH12/15/17>
—
Very Low
them.
2. High pressure protection (Refer to page 70 for MXZ30TN MXZ30TN2)
During heating operation, the outdoor fan motor is controlled by the indoor coil thermistor RT12 temperature for excess
rise protection of compressor discharge pressure.
Outdoor fan OFF : 126˚F (MSH09),
122˚F (MSH12/15/17)
Outdoor fan
Outdoor fan ON : 118˚F (MSH09),
115˚F (MSH12/15/17)
High pressure protection
High pressure protection time chart
Example
Indoor coil thermistor
RT12 temperature
Released
OFF
ON
126˚F(MSH09)
118˚F(MSH09)
115˚F(MSH12/15/17) 122˚F(MSH12/15/17)
126˚F(MSH09)
122˚F(MSH12/15/17)
Outdoor fan motor
turn OFF
118˚F(MSH09)
115˚F(MSH12/15/17)
Outdoor fan motor
turn ON
ON
Outdoor fan motor
OFF
ON
OFF
NOTE: During high pressure protection and for 4 minutes and 15 seconds after high pressure protection, defrosting of
outdoor heat exchanger is not detected by the defrost thermistor RT61.
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3. Defrosting (Refer to page 70 for MXZ30TN MXZ30TN2)
Defrosting of outdoor heat exchanger is controlled by deicer P.C. board, which detection by the defrost thermistor RT61.
(1) Starting conditions of defrost
When all conditions of a) ~ c) are satisfied, the defrosting operation starts.
a) Under the heat operation, the compressor cumulative operation time exceeds 40 minutes (MSH09TW, MSH12/15/
17TN) /15 minutes (MSH09TW - U1 , MSH12/15/17TN- U1 , MSH12/15TN- U2 ) without the defrosting operation
working.
b) The defrost thermistor RT61 reads 27˚F or less (MSH09TW, MSH12/15/17TN) / 32°F or less (MSH09TW - U1 ,
MSH12/15/17TN- U1 , MSH12/15TN- U2 ).
c) After releasing the high pressure protection 4 minutes and 15 seconds have elapsed.
(2) Releasing conditions of defrost
When the condition d) or e) is satisfied, the defrosting operation stops.
d) The defrost thermistor RT61 reads 38˚F or more (MSH09TW, MSH12/15/17TN) / 50°F or more (MSH09TW - U1 ,
MSH12/15/17TN- U1 , MSH12/15TN- U2 ).
e) The defrosting time exceeds 10 minutes.
(3) Defrosting time chart
Defrost thermistor RT61
50°F or more
(MSH09TW - U1 , MSH12/15/17TNMSH12/15TN- U2 )
38˚F or more
(MSH09TW, MSH12/15/17TN)
32°F or less
(MSH09TW - U1 , MSH12/15/17TNMSH12/15TN- U2 )
27°F or less
(MSH09TW, MSH12/15/17TN)
U1
,
U1
,
ON
Outdoor 52C
contactor(Compressor) OFF
X62
(R.V. coil)
OFF
SR61
Outdoor fan
ON
Defrost
counter
ON
Indoor fan
15 sec.
ON
30 sec.
30 sec.
5~15 sec.
OFF
Max 10 min.
OFF
ON
NOTE
OFF
Indoor vane
Horizontal
Set position
NOTE: ● When the indoor coil thermistor RT12 reads above 64˚F, indoor fan operates at Very Low for 30 seconds since
RT61 has read the working temperature of defrosting.
● When the indoor coil thermistor RT12 reads 64˚F or less, the indoor fan stops.
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4. R.V. coil control
Heating · · · · · ON
Cooling · · · · · OFF
Dry · · · · · · · · OFF
NOTE: The 4-way valve reverses for 5 seconds right before start-up of the compressor.
(COOL / DRY)
(HEAT)
5 sec.
5 sec.
Compressor
R.V. coil
Outdoor fan
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
5. Outdoor temperature control <MSH09TW - U1 , MSH12/15/17TN- U1 , MSH12/15TN- U2 >
When the temperature of the ambient temperature thermistor RT63 falls below 19°F, the compressor stops for protecting
the unit.
COMPRESSOR
ON
OFF
19°F
29°F
NOTE: If the temperature of RT63 reads from 19°F to 29°F at the air conditioner starting, compressor operates.
10-2. COOL OPERATION
(1) Press OPERATE/STOP(ON/OFF) button.
OPERATION INDICATOR lamp of the indoor unit turns on with a beep tone.
(2) Select COOL mode with the OPERATION SELECT button.
(3) Press the TEMPERATURE buttons.
(TOO WARM or TOO COOL button) to select the desired temperature.
The setting range is 59 ~ 89˚F
✻ Indoor fan continues to operate regardless of thermostat’s OFF-ON at set speed.
✻ Coil frost prevention is as same as COOL mode of “I FEEL CONTROL”.
10-3. DRY OPERATION
(1) Press OPERATE/STOP(ON/OFF) button.
OPERATION INDICATOR lamp of the indoor unit turns on
with a beep tone.
(2) Select DRY mode with the OPERATION SELECT button.
(3) The microprocessor reads the room temperature and
determines the set temperature. Set temperature is as
shown on the right chart.
Thermostat (SET TEMP.) does not work.
The other operations are same as DRY mode of “I FEEL
CONTROL”.
(4) DRY operation will not function when the room temperature is 55˚F or below.
°F
95
86
77
68
10-4. HEAT OPERATION
(1) Press OPERATE/STOP(ON/OFF) button.
OPERATION INDICATOR lamp of the indoor unit turns on
59
with a beep tone.
(2) Select HEAT mode with the OPERATION SELECT button.
(3) Press TEMPERATURE buttons (TOO WARM or TOO
50
COOL button) to select the desired temperature.
50
59
The setting range is 59 ~ 89˚F.
(4) Indoor fan speed control, high pressure protection, defrosting, 4-way valve control are the same as HEAT mode of “I FEEL CONTROL”.
60
68
77
86
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10-5. FAN MOTOR CONTROL<MSH09>
(1) Rotational frequency feedback control
The indoor fan motor is equipped with a rotational frequency sensor, and outputs signal to the microprocessor to feedback the rotational frequency. Comparing the current rotational frequency with the target rotational frequency (High,
Med., Low) the microprocessor controls SR141 and adjusts fan motor electric current to make the current rotational frequency close to the target rotational frequency. With this control, when the fan speed is switched, the rotational frequency changes smoothly.
Rotational frequency
High
High
Med.
Low
time
(2) Fan motor lock-up protection
When the rotational frequency feedback signal has not output for 12 seconds, (or when the microprocessor cannot
detect the signal for 12 seconds) the fan motor is regarded locked-up. Then the electric current to the fan motor is shut
off. 3 minutes later, the electric current is applied to the fan motor again. During the fan motor lock-up, the OPERATION
INDICATOR lamp flashes on and off to show the fan motor abnormality. (Refer to page 72.)
10-6. AUTO VANE OPERATION
(1) Vane motor drive
These models are equipped with a stepping motor for the horizontal vane. The rotating direction, speed, and angle of
the motor are controlled by pulse signals (approx. 12V) transmitted from indoor microprocessor.
(2) The horizontal vane angle and mode changes as follows by pressing the VANE CONTROL button.
(3) Positioning
The vane is once pressed to the vane stopper below to confirm the standard position and then set to the desired angle.
Confirming of standard position is performed in case of follows.
(a) When the OPERATE/STOP(ON/OFF) button is pressed. (POWER ON/OFF)
(b) When the vane control is changed AUTO to MANUAL.
(c) When the SWING is finished.
(d) When the test run starts.
(e) When the power supply turns ON.
(4) VANE AUTO mode
In VANE AUTO mode, the microprocessor automatically determines the vane angle and operation to make the optimum
room-temperature distribution.
① In COOL and DRY operation
Vane angle is fixed to Angle 1.
➁ In HEAT operation
Vane angle is fixed to Angle 4.
(5) STOP (operation OFF) and ON-TIMER standby
When the following cases occur, the vane returns to the closed position.
(a) When the OPERATE/STOP (ON/OFF) button is pressed (POWER OFF).
(b) When the operation is stopped by the emergency operation.
(c) When the ON-TIMER is in standby.
(6) Dew prevention
During COOL or DRY operation at vane Angle 4 or 5 when the compressor cumulative operation time exceeds 1 hour,
the vane angle automatically changes to Angle 1 for dew prevention.
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(7) SWING MODE
By selecting SWING mode with the VANE CONTROL button, the horizontal vane swings vertically. The remote controller
displays “ ”.
(8) Cold air prevention in HEAT operation.
When any of the following conditions occurs in HEAT operation, the horizontal vane angle changes to Angle 1 automatically to prevent cold air blowing on users.
① Compressor is not operating.
➁ Defrosting is performed.
➂ Indoor coil thermistor RT12 reads 75˚F or below.
➃ Indoor coil thermistor RT12 temperature is raising from 75˚F or below, but it does not exceed 82°F.
Horizontal vane
Indoor coil thermistor RT12 temperature
Released
Cold Air Prevention
Set position
75˚F
82˚F
Angle 1
NOTE : If the temperature of RT12 reads from 75˚F to 82 ˚F at the air conditioner starting, this control works.
10-7. TIMER OPERATION
1. How to set the timer.
(1) Press OPERATE/STOP(ON/OFF) button to start the air conditioner.
(2) Check that the current time is set correctly.
NOTE : Timer operation will not work without setting the current time. Initially “AM0:00” blinks at the current time display
of TIMER MONITOR, so set the current time correctly with CLOCK SET button.
(3) Press ON/OFF TIMER buttons to select the operation.
“ON-TIMER” button... AUTO START operation (ON timer)
“OFF-TIMER” button... AUTO STOP operation (OFF timer)
(4) Press HR. and MIN. button (TIME SET button) to set the timer. Time setting is 10-minute units.
HR. and MIN. button will work when “
” or “
” mark is flashing.
These marks disappear in 1 minute.
After setting the ON timer, check that OPERATION INDICATOR lamp of the indoor unit lights.
NOTE1 : Be sure to place the remote controller at the position where its signal can reach the air conditioner even during
TIMER operation, or the set time may deviate within the range of about 10 minutes.
NOTE2 : Reset the timer in the following cases, or the set time may deviate and other malfunctions may occur.
● A power failure occurs.
● The circuit breaker functions.
2. Cancel
TIMER setting can be cancelled with the ON/OFF TIMER buttons.
To cancel the ON timer, press the “ON-TIMER” button.
To cancel the OFF timer, press the “OFF-TIMER” button.
TIMER is cancelled and the display of set time disappears.
PROGRAM TIMER
● The OFF timer and ON timer can be used in combination.
●“
” and “ ” display shows the order of the OFF timer and ON timer operation.
(Example 2) The current time is 11:00 AM.
(Example 1) The current time is 8:00 PM.
The unit turns on at 5:00 PM, and off at 9:00 PM.
The unit turns off at 11:00 PM, and on at 6:00 AM.
PM
PM
AM
PM
NOTE : TIMER setting will be cancelled by power failure or breaker functioning.
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10-8. EMERGENCY-TEST OPERATION
In case of test run operation or emergency operation, use the EMERGENCY OPERATION switch on the front of the
indoor unit. Emergency operation is available when the remote controller is missing, has failed or the batteries of remote
controller run down. The unit will start and the OPERATION INDICATOR lamp will light.
The first 30 minutes of operation is the test run operation. This operation is for servicing. The indoor fan speed runs at
High speed and the system is in continuous operation. (The thermostat is ON.)
After 30 minutes of test run operation the system shifts to EMERGENCY COOL/HEAT MODE with a set temperature of
75˚F.
The fan speed shifts to Med. speed.
The coil frost prevention works even in emergency operation, and defrosting cycle as well.
In the test run or emergency operation, the horizontal vane operates in VANE AUTO ( ) mode.
Emergency operation continues until the EMERGENCY OPERATION switch is pressed once or twice or the unit receives
any signal from the remote controller. In case of latter normal operation will start.
NOTE : Do not press the EMERGENCY OPERATION switch during normal operation.
• The following indication applies regardless of shape
of the indicator.
MSH09TW MSH09TW -
OPERATION INDICATOR lamp
U1
Press once
<Cool>
Press again
<Heat>
Press once again
<Stop>
EMERGENCY OPERATION
switch
MSH12TN MSH12TN MSH15TN MSH15TN MSH17TN MSH17TN -
U1
U1
U1
EMERGENCY OPERATION
switch
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10-9. INVERTER MULTI SYSTEM CONTROL
MXZ30TN MXZ30TN2
Output signal
Input signal
Compressor
power
factor
Indoor unit
microprocessor
Compressor
primary
current
Compressor
secondary
current
Outdoor unit control microprocessor
IPM
Drive
circuit
SSR61
Transistor
module
Fin temperature
thermistor RT65
Accumulator
Comp.
H.P.S 63H2
Discharge
temperature
thermistor
RT61
H.P.S 63H1
x 61
x 62
x 63
R. V. coil
21S4
Indoor Unit
C
Indoor Unit
B
Indoor Unit
A
Muffler
Gas pipe
temperature
thermistor
RT66, 67, 68
Evaporation
temperature
thermistor
RT63
Outdoor
fan motor
MF61
Indoor Unit
A
Indoor Unit
B
Indoor Unit
C
Defrost
thermistor
RT62
LEV1
LEV2
LEV3
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10-10. INVERTER MAIN POWER SUPPLY CIRCUIT
MXZ30TN MXZ30TN2
10-10-1. Outline drawing of main power supply circuit
ELECTRONIC CONTROL P.C. BOARD
V
I.P.M P.C.
BOARD
R
POWER
SUPPLY
L1
L2
L61
X64
DS61
+
-
DS62
C61
+
A
L
K
-
C63
+
C62
+
-
-
MC
U
W
CT62
CT NOISE FILTER
61 P.C.BOARD
10-10-2. Outline of main power supply circuit
1. At the start of operation
Rush current is generated the instant the electricity is turned on to the main power
supply circuit to operate the compressor.
To prevent the rush current from running into the main power supply circuit, R(Current-limiting resistor) absorbs
the rush current.
After the rush current is absorbed, X64(Relay) is ON and the circuit to R is
short-circuited, then the electricity to R is bypassed.
When X64 is ON, the system starts the operation of compressor.
2. At normal operation
The noise of alternating current of power supply is eliminated by L61(Common mode choke coil).
Then DS61(Diode stack) performs full-wave rectification of alternating current and the
alternating current is converted to direct current.
C62, C63(Smoothing capacitor) stabilizes the power supply converted to direct current from alternating current and
supplies it to IPM(Intelligent power module).
Direct current rectified by DS61 is converted to three-phase alternating current by IPM.
Microcomputer installed in the electronic control P.C. board controls frequency and voltage of three-phase alternating
current converted by IPM.
Three-phase alternating current is supplied from IPM to the compressor with frequency and voltage decided by
microcomputer based on various kinds of information.
CT61,CT62(Current transformer) measures the current of main power supply circuit.
3. Power factor improvement of power supply
Unlike inverter-less alternating current circuit, the power factor of this inverter circuit is improved by extending the period
of the current running in the circuit.
C63 is used in this circuit to supply stable direct current voltage. However, in case only SMOOTHING CAPACITOR is used
for stable supply of direct current, the power factor of power supply is lowered because the period of direct current running
in the circuit is short.
Therefore, for improvement of power factor, the circuit also uses C61(Power factor capacitor), L61(Reactor) and
DS62(Diode stack) to prepare the direct current circuit to extend the period of the current running in the circuit.
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4. Elimination of electrical noise
Noise filter circuit is formed by L61, and the condenser installed on the noise filter P.C. board. It eliminates
the electrical noise (both common mode and normal mode noise) of alternating current power supply supplied to
main power supply circuit.
Noise filter circuit also absorbs electrical noise that is generated in the inverter circuit and prevents it from reaching
outside of the unit.
5. IPM
Six power transistors that outputs the direct current waveform as three-phase alternating current waveform, the driving
circuit which operates the power transistors, and the overcurrent detecting circuit which protects the power transistors are
built into the IPM. It can simplify and miniaturize the control circuit.
10-10-3. Function of main parts
NAME
SYMBOL
FUNCTION
C61
POWER FACTOR CAPACITOR
It improves the power factor of power supply.
C62, C63
SMOOTHING CAPACITOR
It stabilizes the direct current voltage.
CT61, CT62 CURRENT TRANSFORMER
It measures the current of main power supply circuit.
DS61
DIODE STACK
It converts the alternating current voltage to direct current voltage.
DS62
DIODE STACK
It is combined with L61 to improve the power factor of power supply.
IPM
INTELLIGENT POWER MODULE
It generates three-phase alternating current and operates compressor.
L
REACTOR
It is combined with DS62 to improve the power factor of power supply.
L61
COMMON MODE CHOKE COIL
It eliminates and absorbs the electrical noise.
CURRENT-LIMITING RESISTOR
It absorbs the rush current so not to run into the main power supply
circuit when the electricity is turned on.
RELAY
It short-circuits the circuit to current-limiting resistor when the
compressor operates.
R
X64
10-11. Optimal voltage control
The purpose of optimal voltage control is to operate the compressor at optimal
voltage that meets the load detected by the power factor of the compressor.
Power factor
1. Optimal
As shown on the right the efficiency (ratio of output against input) of the
motor in the compressor becomes optimal when the sliding (ratio of difference between the actual number of rotation and the number of synchronous
rotation of motor) is one fixed value. The value of sliding can be calculated
from the power factor since the sliding and the power factor are mutually
related as shown in the table on the right. To make the value of sliding so
that the efficiency of motor is optimal, the power factor of the compressor is
detected. Then the detected power factor is controlled so that its efficiency
can be high. As a result, it is possible to operate the compressor at optimal
1
slip
voltage.
efficiency
0
2. How to determine the optimal voltage
Compare the detected power factor with the target power factor so that the efficiency of motor is optimal, the voltage
correction value is changed and the optimal output voltage is determined.
Optimal output voltage[V]= Standard voltage at certain frequency [V]x voltage correction value(%)
Target power factor minus detected power factor
(Calculated value is supposed to be "A".)
Calculation of voltage
correction value (%)
A[-2%
Previous voltage correction value minus 1
-2%<A<+2%
Same as previous voltage correction value
A]+2%
Previous voltage correction value plus 1
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10-12. LEV control
Linear expansion valve (LEV) is controlled by "Thermostat ON" commands given from each unit.
Indoor unit status
Stop of all indoor unit
When outdoor unit is operating,
some indoor units stop and
some operate.
Thermostat OFF in
COOL or DRY mode
Thermostat ON in
COOL or DRY mode
LEV opening
Opening before stop ➝ 500 pulse in 15 minutes
COOL : 5 pulse (full closed)
HEAT : 59 pulse (slightly opened)
When the outdoor unit operates (When the other indoor unit operate): 5 pulse.
When outdoor unit stops. (When the other indoor unit stops or thermo off):
Maintain LEV opening before stop ➝ 500 pulse in 15 minutes
• LEV opening for each indoor unit is determined by adding adjustment in accordance
with the number of operating unit and the capacity class to standard opening, based
on the operation frequency:
Ex.) Opening 130 pulse in standard opening 1 ➝ Minimum 80 pulse, Maximum 205
pulse. (Capacity code 4 at 1 unit operation) (Capacity code 1 at 4 units operation)
• After starting operation, adjustment in accordance with intake super heat, discharge
temperature is included in standard opening. w1
Note: LEV opening in each frequency at DRY operation and COOL operation is the
same. However, velocity and compressor operation frequency controls are
different. See 10-10 Operational frequency range.
(As far as the indoor unit velocity control goes, refer to DRY operation in
MICROPROCESSOR CONTROL in the indoor unit service manual.)
• When the outdoor unit operates. (When the other indoor unit operates): 59 pulse
Thermostat OFF in HEAT mode • When the outdoor unit stops. (When the other indoor unit stops or thermo off):
Maintain LEV opening before stop ➝ 500 pulse in 15 minutes.
Thermostat ON in HEAT mode
• LEV opening for each indoor unit is determined by adding adjustment in accordance
with the number of operating unit and the capacity class to standard opening, based
on the operation frequency:
Ex.) Opening 120 pulse in standard opening 1 ➝ Minimum 70 pulse, Maximum 165
pulse. (Capacity code 4 at 1 unit operation) (Capacity code 1 at 4 units operation)
• After starting operation, opening becomes the one that adjustment in accordance
with discharge temperature was added to basic opening. w1
w1 LEV opening when the outdoor unit is operating: Upper limit 500, Lower limit 59
Determination of LEV standard opening in each indoor unit
• The standard opening is on the straight line, which connects an each standard point in the section where divided
into seven according to the operation frequency of compressor as shown in the figure below.
(LEV opening is controlled in proportion to the operation frequency.)
Note: Opening is adjusted at the standard opening according to the indoor unit conditions.
However, inclination of standard opening in each point of opening does not change with the original curve.
• Add opening provided in Difference in Capacity in the table below to the standard opening from 1 to 8,
when capacity of the indoor unit is excluding code 1.
• Add opening provided in Difference in Operation number in the table below to determined LEV opening for
each indoor unit, when 2 or 3 indoor units are operated at the same time.
Note: Even when the adjusted standard opening exceeds the driving range from 59 to 500 pulse, actual
driving output opening is in a range from 59 to 500 pulse.
< Calculation example of LEV opening >
Cool operation: Compressor frequency 70Hz: 2 units ON: 18 class
(170-150)p(80-60)o(70-60)+150+75-30=205 pulse
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Standard opening
LEV opening (Pulse)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
220
210
200
190
180
170
160
150
140
130
120
COOL
HEAT
7
20
40
60
80
100
120
140
Operation frequency of compressor (Hz) : F
Standard opening (pulse)
COOL
HEAT
1
130
120
2
130
130
3
130
140
Capacity code
Indoor unit
2
09
3
12
4
15/17
4
150
155
5
170
170
6
180
185
7
180
200
Difference in
capacity
8 Code2 Code3 Code4
190
25
50
75
215
15
30
45
Difference in
operation number
2
3
4
-30
-40
-50
-10
-40
-50
<Correction>
COOL
DRY
HEAT
•
•
-
1 Suction super heat
(MIN gas pipe temperature thermistor - Evaporation temperature thermistor)
2 Each correction w 1
• (Each gas pipe temperature thermistor - Evaporation temperature thermistor)
•
3 Discharge temperature
w2
•
w2
•
w 1 Perform this, when number of operation units is 2units or more
w 2 When the correction opening of suction super heat is 0, correct the LEV opening by Discharge temperature.
(1) Simultaneous correction of LEV openings by suction super heat (COOL, DRY)
(Correction is performed only for operating unit.)
(Suction super heat) = (Minimum gas pipe temperature) - (Evaporation temperature)
Correct the LEV openings simultaneusly as the table below
Suction superheat (S.H.)
more than 53.6
50 to53.6
46.4 to 50
42.8 to 46.4
42.8 or less
LEV opening
correction (pulse)
6
4
3
2
0
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(2) Separate correction (COOL, DRY)
(Correction is performed only for operating unit.)
(When 2 or more units are operating.)
Correction by the separate super heat.
Correct the LEV separately by the difference between gas pipe temperature and minimum gas pipe temperature.
1 Calculate super heat using the expression below.
(Super heat) = (Each gas pipe temperature) - (Minimum gas pipe temperature)
2 Separate correction is performed according to each super heat in the table below.
Difference of
superheat
more than 48.2
42.8 to 48.2
37.4 to 42.8
37.4 or less
LEV opening
correction (pulse)
8
6
2
0
(3) LEV opening correction by discharge temperature
When LEV correction output is 0 pulse by the suction super heat at COOL, DRY or HEAT operation, correct LEV is
corrected according to the following table.
The target discharge temperature is determined according to frequency zone and number of operation unit of the
compressor.
Operation frequency
of compressor
Minimum ~ 20
21 ~ 30
31 ~ 40
41 ~ 55
56 ~ 70
71 ~ 90
91 ~ maximum
COOL, DRY
Number of operating unit.
Triple
Double
Single
143.6
140.0
123.8
150.8
147.2
134.6
163.4
154.4
149.0
174.2
161.6
152.6
186.8
170.6
158.0
194.0
181.4
161.6
194.0
183.2
165.2
HEAT
Number of operating unit.
Triple
Double
Single
118.4
120.2
131.0
123.8
125.6
136.4
129.2
131.0
145.4
134.6
136.4
158.0
143.6
145.4
176.0
154.4
156.2
185.0
163.4
165.2
185.0
Correct the LEV opening according to difference between the target discharge temperature and discharge temperature.
LEV correction
opening (pulse)
Discharge temperature (°F)
more than Target discharge temperature+19.8
Target discharge temperature+19.8 to Target discharge temperature+14.4
Target discharge temperature+14.4 to Target discharge temperature+9
Target discharge temperature+9
to Target discharge temperature+3.6
Target discharge temperature+3.6 to Target discharge temperature-3.6
Target discharge temperature-3.6 to Target discharge temperature-9
Target discharge temperature-9
to Target discharge temperature-14.4
Target discharge temperature-14.4 to Target discharge temperature-19.8
Target discharge temperature-19.8 or less
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COOL
10
4
2
1
0
-1
-2
-5
-8
HEAT
7
6
3
2
0
-1
-1
-3
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10-13. Operational frequency range
Number of capacity
DRY
COOL (Hz)
operating code
Min. Max. Rated (Hz)
unit
2
52
33
3
18
68
46
25
1
4
85
73
4
105
80
5
2
6
20
40
7
110
90
8
6
7
3
30
120 104
58
8
9
Min.
18
22
26
Note
• Limit the maximum frequency by means
HEAT (Hz)
of fan speed
Max. Defrost Rated
When all the indoor units in their operation
70
70
49
are running in the same operation mode and
80
80
65
when their fan speed is set to "Low," the
86
86
80
maximum frequency is limited to 6/7 the
rated frequency in the mode.
90
100
88
•Limit the maximum frequency by means of
operation mode
110
100 100
When some indoor units are operating in cool
mode while others are in dry mode, the
maximum frequency, which has the highest
frequency of all the operation mode, is limited
120 100
98
as the table below:
Maximum frequency
DRY COOL
1
1
8/10 of maximum frequency
1
2
9/10 of maximum frequency
2
1
7/10 of maximum frequency
10-14. Heat defrosting control
(1) Conditions to enter defrosting mode
1. When temperature of defrosting thermistor is 26.6°F or less.
2.When specified non-defrosting time, is counted in the control p.c.board is satisfied.
(Total time of compressor operating)
Going to defrosting mode at both condition of 1 and 2.
(2) Defrosting operation
1. Compressor stops for 50 seconds, Indoor fan is off, Defrosting lamp lights
2.4-way valve reverses flow, Compressor operates by the frequency in heat defrosting control.
3. After compressor stops for 35 seconds, 4-way valve reverses flow, then defrosting finishes.
(3) Conditions to finish defrosting mode
1. When the defrosting thermistor temperature is 46.4°F or more.
2. When it has spent 10 minutes for defrosting.
Defrosting finishes at condition of 1 or 2.
10-15. High pressure protection
(1) High pressure protection control on heat mode
Temperature of the main pipe temp. thermistor in the indoor unit controls the operation frequency.
When temperature of the main pipe temp. thermistor is approx. 120.0°F, the operation frequency is set at the current level.
When temperature of the main pipe temp. thermistor is approx. 125.6°F the protection control decreases the frequency at the
speed of 3Hz a minutes.
When temperature of the main pipe temp. thermistor is approx. 134.6°F the protection decreases the frequency at the speed
of 4Hz a minute and changes the outdoor fan to Low.
Note: Temperature of the pipe temp. thermistor is different depending on the indoor unit.
Temperature of the pipe temp. thermistor is 113°F or less, the protection control is Released.
(2) High pressure protection control by high pressure switch (H.P.S 63H1)
High-pressure switch controls the operation frequency and outdoor fan motor.
<Control status>
When high-pressure switch is ON.
(When discharge pipe pressure is 398.8 PSIG or more.)
<Control details>
(a) When cooling or drying
The protection control decreases the compressor frequency at the speed of 10Hz a minute.
(The compressor operates continuously in min. frequency according to a command to decrease more than the min. level.)
(b) When heating
The protection control decreases the compressor frequency at the speed of 10Hz a minute.
The protection control changes the outdoor fan to Low.
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<Release status>
When high-pressure switch is OFF. (When discharge pipe pressure is 340.8 PSIG or more.)
Or, the compressor stops.
10-16. Discharge temperature protection control
This protection controls the compressor ON/OFF and operation frequency according to temperature of the discharge temp.
thermistor.
(1) Compressor ON/OFF
When temperature of the discharge temp. thermistor exceeds 240.8°F, the control stops the compressor.
When temperature of the discharge temp. thermistor is 212°F or less, the controls starts the compressor.
(2) Compressor operation frequency
When temperature of the discharge temp. thermistor is expected to be higher than 240.8°F, the control decreases 12Hz from
the current frequency.
When temperature of the discharge temp. thermistor is expected to be higher than 231.8°F and less than 240.8°F, the control decreases 6Hz from the current frequency.
When temperature of the discharge temp. thermistor is expected to be higher than 219.2°F and less than 231.8°F, the control is set at the current frequency.
10-17. Refrigerant recovery control on heating
<Control status>
The control performs when the all following status are satisfied;
• When there is 1 unit or more not operating indoor unit on heat operation. (Excluding thermo OFF)
• When discharge temperature becomes 224.6°F or more.
• When it passed 60 minutes or more since the operation has started or the last refrigerant recovery has controlled.
<Control details>
LEV opening, which adjusts to not operating indoor unit, is considered to be 80 pulse.
<Control finish status>
The control finishes either as follows. However, the LEV opening is considered to be 59 pulse.
• When it passed 60 seconds since the control has started.
• When the discharge temperature is 194°F or less.
10-18. Outdoor fan control
Fan speed is switched according to a number of operating indoor unit and the compressor frequency.
Fan speed
Down
Hi
Up
Low
Min.
Compressor frequency
Max.
<Relation between compressor frequency and fan speed.>
Mode
COOL
HEAT
Fan speed
Up
Indoor unit operation
Single
Double
Triple
50 Hz
50Hz
55 Hz
Down
45 Hz
45 Hz
45 Hz
Up
60 Hz
45 Hz
40 Hz
Down
50 Hz
40 Hz
35 Hz
Note
• When operation, fan speed of High/ Low mode changes to Very High/ High mode by promoting those fan speeds respectively by 1 step after defrosting is operated. This control is cleared, when the compressor off.
• When overheat protection of P.C. board temperature or fin temperature operates, the outdoor fan speed is fixed to Very High
mode regardless of compressor frequency. Also, when the overheat protection is cleared, the fan speed is back to normal
• When the indoor coil thermistor is 134.6°F or more on HEAT operation, fan speed is fixed to Low notch .
Or, the indoor coil thermistor is 113°F or less on HEAT operation, fan speed is back to normal.
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10-19. Relation between main sensor and actuator
Relation between main sensor and actuator.
Sensor
Purpose
Actuator
Outdoor
LEV
fan motor
Compressor
4-way
valve
Discharge temperature
Protection
thermistor
Indoor pipe temperature Defrosting
thermistor
Protection
Defrost thermistor
Defrosting
Evaporation temperature
Control
thermistor
Gas pipe temperature
Control
thermistor
High pressure
Protection
switch
Fin temperature
Protection
thermistor
Capacity code
11
Control
SERVICE FUNCTIONS
MSH09TW
MSH12TN
MSH15TN
MSH17TN
MSH09TW - U1
MSH12TN - U1
MSH15TN - U1
MSH17TN - U1
MUH09TW
MUH12TN
MUH15TN
MUH17TN
MUH09TW - U1 MUH12TN MUH12TN - U1 MUH15TN MUH15TN - U1
MUH17TN - U1
U2
U2
MXZ30TN
MXZ30TN2
11-1. COMPULSORY DEFROSTING MODE FOR SERVICE
By short circuit of the connector JP607 and R853 on the outdoor deicer P.C. board, defrosting mode can be accomplished regardless of the defrost interval restriction. (Refer to page 96.)
Defrost thermistor RT61 must read below 27°F(MSH09TW,MSH12/15/17TN)/ 32°F(MSH09TW- U1 ,MSH12/15/17TNU1 ). (Refer to page 73.)
11-2. CHANGE IN DEFROST SETTING ✳MXZ30TN and MXZ30TN2 is not equipped with this function.
<MSH09TW, MSH12/15/17TN>
<JPC> When the JPC wire of the deicer P.C. board is cut, the defrost interval time is changed.
<JPE> When the JPE wire of the deicer P.C. board is cut, the defrost temperature is changed. (Refer to page 96.)
Model
MUH09TW
MUH12TN
MUH15TN
MUH17TN
Jumper wire
Change point
JPC
Defrost interval time changes from 40 minutes to 15minutes.
JPE
Defrost start temperature changes from 27˚F to 32˚F.
Defrost finish temperature changes from 38˚F to 50˚F.
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<MUH09TW- U1 , MUH12/15/17TN- U1 , MUH12/15TN- U2 >
<JPC> When the JPC wire of the deicer P.C. board is soldered, the defrost interval time is changed.
<JPE> When the JPE wire of the deicer P.C. board is soldered, the defrost temperature is changed. (Refer to page 96.)
Model
Jumper wire
Change point
MUH09TW - U1 MUH12TN - U2
MUH12TN - U1 MUH15TN - U2
MUH15TN - U1
MUH17TN - U1
JPC
Defrost interval time changes from 15 minutes to 40 minutes.
JPE
Defrost start temperature changes from 32˚F to 27˚F.
Defrost finish temperature changes from 50˚F to 38˚F.
11-3. TIMER SHORT MODE
For service, set time can be shortened by short circuit of JPG and JPS the electronic control P.C. board.
The time will be shortened as follows. (Refer to page 94 or 95.)
Set time : 1 minute ➔ 1-second
Set time : 3 minutes ➔ 3-second (It takes 3 minutes for the compressor to start operation. However, the starting time
is shortened by short circuit of JPG and JPS.)
11-4. P.C. BOARD MODIFICATION FOR INDIVIDUAL OPERATION
A maximum of 4 indoor units with wireless remote controllers can be used in a room.
In this case, to operate each indoor unit individually by each remote controller, P.C. boards of remote controller must be
modified according to the indoor unit number.
How to modify the remote controller P.C. board
Remove batteries before modification.
The board has a print as shown below :
NOTE : For remodelling, take out the batteries and press the
OPERATE/STOP(ON/OFF)button
twice or 3 times at first.
After finish remodelling, put back
the batteries then press the
RESET button.
The P.C. board has the print “J1” and “J2”. Solder “J1” and “J2” according to the number of indoor unit as shown in Table 1.
After modification, press the RESET button.
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Table 1
1 unit operation
2 units operation
3 units operation
4 units operation
No. 1 unit
No modification
Same as at left
Same as at left
Same as at left
No. 2 unit
–
Solder J1
Same as at left
Same as at left
No. 3 unit
–
–
Solder J2
Same as at left
No. 4 unit
–
–
–
Solder both J1 and J2
How to set the remote controller exclusively for particular indoor unit
After you turn the breaker ON, the first remote controller that sends the signal to the indoor unit will be regarded as the
remote controller for the indoor unit.
The indoor unit will only accepts the signal from the remote controller that has been assigned to the indoor unit once they are
set. The setting will be cancelled if the breaker has turned off, or the power supply has shut down.
Please conduct the above setting once again after the power has restored.
11-5. AUTO RESTART FUNCTION
When the indoor unit is operated with the remote controller, the signals of the operation mode, the set temperature,
and the fan speed are sent from the indoor electronic control P.C. board and memorized in the auto restart assembly.
When the main power is turned off and then turned back on, the unit restarts automatically in the memorized set
conditions approximately after 3 minutes.
How to release “AUTO RESTART FUNCTION”
1 Turn off the main power for the unit.
2 Pull out the indoor electronic control P.C. board and the display P.C.board. (Refer to page 102 or 104.)
3<MSH09>
Solder the Jumper wire or the Resistor 220Ω to the JR07 on the indoor electronic control P.C.board. (Refer to page 94.)
<MSH12/15/17>
Disconnect the AUTO RESTART ASSY from CN104, and solder the Jumper wire to JHA on the indoor electronic control
P.C. board.(Refer to page 95.)
Operation
1 If the main power (115V AC) has been cut, the operation settings remain.
2 After the power is restored, the unit restarts automatically according to the memory. (However, it takes at least 3 minutes
for the compressor to start running.)
MSH12/15/17
C111
MSH09
C11
CN201
SW1
CN113CN151
JHA
CN104
CN112 SW
BZ
IC101
RA102
CN102 CN101
IC152
CN112
IC101
CN121
CN211
CN151
CN111
CN201
JR07
NOTE:
•The operation settings are memorized when 10 seconds have passed after the indoor unit was operated with the remote
controller.
•If the main power is turned off or a power failure occurs while AUTO START/STOP timer is active the timer setting is
cancelled.
•If the unit has been off with the remote controller before power failure, the auto restart function does not work as the
power button of the remote controller is off.
•To prevent breaker off due to the rush of starting current, systematize other home appliances not to turn on at the same time.
•When some air conditioners are connected to the same supply system, if they are operated before power failure, the
starting current of all the compressors may flow simultaneously at restart.
Therefore, the special counter-measures are required to prevent the main voltage-drop or the rush of the starting current
by adding system that allows the units to start one by one.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
MSH09TW
MSH12TN
MSH15TN
MSH17TN
MSH09TW - U1
MSH12TN - U1
MSH15TN - U1
MSH17TN - U1
MUH09TW
MUH12TN
MUH15TN
MUH17TN
MUH09TW - U1 MUH12TN MUH12TN - U1 MUH15TN MUH15TN - U1
MUH17TN - U1
U2
U2
MXZ30TN
MXZ30TN2
12-1. Cautions on troubleshooting
1. Before troubleshooting, check the following:
1) Check the power supply voltage.
2) Check the indoor/outdoor connecting wire for mis-wiring.
2. Take care the following during servicing.
1) Before servicing the air conditioner, first be sure to turn off the remote controller to stop the unit, and then after confirming the horizontal vane is closed, turn off the breaker and/or disconnect the power plug.
2) Be sure to turn OFF the power supply before removing the front panel, the cabinet, the top panel, and the electronic
control P.C. board.
3) When removing the electronic control P.C. board, hold the edge of the board with care NOT to apply stress on the
components.
4) When connecting or disconnecting the connectors, hold the housing of the connector. DO NOT pull the lead wires.
Housing point
Lead wiring
3. Troubleshooting procedure
1) First, check if the OPERATION INDICATOR lamp on the indoor unit is flashing on and off to indicate an abnormality.
To make sure, check how many times the abnormality indication is flashing on and off before starting service work.
2) Before servicing check that the connector and terminal are connected properly.
3) If the electronic control P.C. board is supposed to be defective, check the copper foil pattern for disconnection and
the components for bursting and discoloration.
4) When troubleshooting, refer to the flow chart on page 76, 77 and the check table on page 78, 79, 80.
4. How to replace batteries
Weak batteries may cause the remote controller malfunction.
In this case, the remote controller can be repaired only by the battery replacement. To operate the remote controller normally, replace the batteries in the following order.
This remote controller has the RESET button. After refilling new batteries, press the RESET button with tip end of ball
point pen or the like, and then use the remote controller.
1 Remove the front lid and replace batteries.
Then re-attach the front lid.
2 Press the RESET button.
Insert the negative pole
of the batteries first.
Check if the polarity of
the batteries are correct.
RESET button
NOTE : If the RESET button is not pressed, the remote controller may not operate correctly.
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12-2. Instruction of troubleshooting
MSH09TW
MSH12TN
MSH15TN
MSH17TN
MSH09TW - U1
MSH12TN - U1
MSH15TN - U1
MSH17TN - U1
MUH09TW
MUH12TN
MUH15TN
MUH17TN
MUH09TW - U1 MUH12TN MUH12TN - U1 MUH15TN MUH15TN - U1
MUH17TN - U1
U2
U2
Start
Indoor unit
operates.
Outdoor unit
doesn't operate
normally.
Indoor unit
operates.
Outdoor unit
doesn't
operate.
Outdoor unit
operates in
only Test Run
operation.
Check room
temperature
thermistor.
Refer to
"Test point
diagram and
voltage" on
page 94, 95.
Outdoor unit
doesn't
operate
even in
Test Run
operation.
Refer to D
"Check of
outdoor unit"
on page 86.
Flash on and off at
0.5-second interval
Cause:
Indoor/ Outdoor unit
• Mis-wiring
Outdoor
unit doesn't
stop even
if indoor unit
stops.
Refer to E
"Check of
outdoor unit"
on page 86.
1-time flash
Cause:
Indoor/Outdoor unit
• Trouble of
serial signal
Refer to F "How to check mis-wiring and
sirial singal error (When outdoor unit
doesn't operate)" on page 87.
❈1
Indoor unit
doesn't receive
the signal from
remote controller.
Unit doesn't
operate
normal
operation in
COOL or
HEAT mode.
Refer to H
"Check of
R.V. coil"
on page 88.
OPERATION INDICATOR
lamp on the indoor unit is
flashing on and off.
Indoor unit
operates, when
the EMERGENCY
OPERATION
switch is pressed.
Indoor unit
doesn't operate,
when the
EMERGENCY
OPERATION
switch is pressed.
Refer to B
"Check of
remote controller
and receiver
P.C. board"
on page 84.
1. Check indoor /
outdoor
connecting wire.
2. Refer to C
"Check of indoor
electronic control
P.C. board"
on page 85.
2-time flash
Cause:
Indoor unit
• Trouble of room
temperature/ indoor
coil thermistor
Check room temperature
thermistor and indoor coil
thermistor.
Refer to "Test point
diagram and voltage"
on page 94, 95.
3-time flash
Cause:
Indoor unit
• Trouble of indoor
fan motor
Refer to A
"Check of
indoor fan
motor"
on page 83.
6-time flash
Cause:
Outdoor unit
• Trouble of thermistor
in outdoor unit
Refer to G
"Check of
outdoor
thermistor"
on page 88.
❈1<The case of the trouble of the serial signal>
When the power is turned off and then turned on again, the indication shows “the trouble of mis-wiring.”
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MXZ30TN MXZ30TN2 only
• Check the indoor unit with referring to the indoor unit service manual, and confirm that there is any problem in the indoor unit.
Then, check the outdoor unit with referring to this page.
Operation start
Check the outdoor unit
LED indicator
Display other than "00"
"00"
OFF
I Check of power supply
See page 89.
• Indoor unit
serial signal
error
J Check of
serial signal
See page 89.
• COOL or HEAT
operation only
K Check of
R.V.coil
See page 90.
Refer to indicator list
See page 79, 80.
• When cooling, heat
exchanger of
non-operating indoor
unit frosts.
•When heating, non
operating indoor unit
gets warm.
L Check of LEV
See page 91.
• When cooling,
dew drops in the
non-operating
indoor unit
Check of mispiping.
77
• When heating,
room does not get
warm.
M Check of
inverter,compressor
See page 91.
Check mis-piping
Shortage of capacity
• When cooling,
room does not
cool.
M Check of
inverter,
compressor
See page 91.
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1. Troubleshooting check table
MSH09TW
MSH12TN
MSH15TN
MSH17TN
MSH09TW - U1
MSH12TN - U1
MSH15TN - U1
MSH17TN - U1
MUH09TW
MUH12TN
MUH15TN
MUH17TN
MUH09TW - U1 MUH12TN MUH12TN - U1 MUH15TN MUH15TN - U1
MUH17TN - U1
U2
U2
• The following indication applies regardless of shape of the indicatior.
flashing
Operation Indicator
· Flashing of the OPERATION INDICATOR lamp (on the left-hand side)
indicates possible abnormalities.
· The OPERATION INDICATOR lamp (on the left-hand side) is lighted during
normal operation.
Before taking measures, make sure that the symptom reappears, for accurate troubleshooting.
Self check table
NO.
Abnormal
point
Indication
Symptom
0.5-second ON
Mis-wiring
0.5-second OFF
Outdoor unit
does not run.
1
1-time flash
Serial signal
Detect method
Check point
When the unit operates by the
remote controller or emergency operation switch at 3
minutes after the main power
● Check wiring (visual check and conductivsupply is turned on.
ity check).
● Check indoor electronic control P.C.
board.
● Check outdoor DEICER P.C. board.
When serial signal from out● Check electrical parts.
door unit stops for 4 to 5 seconds.
2.5-second OFF
Indoor coil
thermistor
2
Room
temperature thermistor
2-time flash
Outdoor unit
does not run.
● Check resistance of thermistor.
Detects Indoor coil/ room tem- ● Re-connect connector.
● Check indoor electronic control P.C.
perature thermistor short or
open circuit every 8 seconds
board.
during operation.
2.5-second OFF
<MSH09>
3-time flash
3
Indoor fan
motor
2.5-second OFF
Indoor fan
repeats 12 seconds ON and 3
minutes OFF.
When the indoor
fan breaks, the
fan keeps stopping.
6-time flash
4
Outdoor
thermistor
Outdoor unit
does not run
2.5-second OFF
78
When rotational frequency
feedback signal is not emit
during 12-second indoor fan
operation.
● Disconnect connector CN211 and then
check connector CN121 2 - 3 to make
sure rotational frequency feedback signal
of 1.5V or over exists.
● Check indoor electronic control P.C.
board.
● Check indoor fan motor.
● Re-connect connector.
● Check deicer P.C. board.
When the outdoor thermistor ● Check resistance of thermistor.
shorts or opens after the compressor start-up.
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MXZ30TN MXZ30TN2
Note . LED indicates "00" in the normal status.
7-segment LED display
Error mode
00
Normal
❈ If there is defect in the following parts(electronic control P.C. board, relay P.C. board, high pressure
switches(63H1,63H2),indoor /outdoor fan motor , or indoor coil thermistor), the compressor may stop even with the display
remained at “ 00 “.In any case, reset the breaker and check the above-stated parts.
Symptom
Display
a4
Outdoor unit does not operate.
Abnormal
Detecting method
Check points
(A4)
When the compressor operation has been interrupted by overcurrent
Outdoor power system abnor• Inverter output
protection continuously three times within 1 minute after start-up, the
mality
• Compressor
compressor stops operation.
a3
Outdoor electronic control P.C. When the nonvolatile memory data cannot be read properly on the out• Outdoor electronic control P.C. board
board abnormality
door controller board
(A3)
Symptom
Display
e9
(E9)
e6
(E6)
f8
(F8)
a8
Outdoor unit stops and restarts every 3 minutes.
Abnormal
(d6)
Check points
• Check the characteristic of the evaporation temperature thermistor. Refer to K
Evaporation temperature ther- The compressor stops when a short or open circuit occurs in the evapon page 90.
mistor abnormality
oration temperature thermistor during compressor running.
• Check the contact of P. C. board connectors.
Discharge temperature thermistor abnormality
• Check the characteristic of the discharge
temperature thermistor. Refer to K on
The compressor stops when a short or open circuit occurs in the dispage 90.
charge temperature thermistor during compressor running.
• Check the contact of P. C. board connectors.
Fin temperature thermistor
abnormality
• Check the characteristic of the fin temperThe compressor stops when a short or open circuit occurs in the fin temature thermistor. Refer to K on page 90.
perature thermistor during compressor running.
• Check the contact of P.C. board connectors.
Overcurrent protection
• Check the inverter and compressor.
Refer to J on page 89.
• Check the amount of gas.
When over current is applied to the power module, the compressor
• Check the indoor/outdoor air flow for
stops and restarts in 3 minutes.
short cycle.
• Check the indoor unit air filter for
clogging.
Discharge temperature overheat protection
When the discharge temperature thermistor detects 240.8°F or above, • Check the amount of gas and the refrigerthe compressor stops and restarts operation in 3 minutes.
ant cycle.
(Protection will be released at 212°F or below.)
• Check the outdoor unit air passage.
(A8)
d6
Detecting method
(d4)
• Check the outdoor unit air passage.
Fin temperature overheat pro- When the fin temperature thermistor detects 192.2°F or above, the com- • Check the power module.
tection
pressor stops and restarts operation in 3 minutes.
• Check the outdoor fan motor. Refer to L
on page 91.
d7
High pressure protection
d4
(d7)
f5
(F5)
f6
(F6)
f7
(F7)
• Amount of gas
When the compressor starts, primary current or output voltage stops the
• Outdoor unit air passage.
compressor and restarts in 3 minutes.
• Check the ball valve.
Room-A gas pipe temperature When a short or open circuit occurs in the Room-A gas pipe
thermistor abnormality
temperature thermistor.
• Room A gas pipe temperature thermistor
characteristic.
• Contact of P.C. board connectors.
Room-B gas pipe temperature When a short or open circuit occurs in the Room-B gas pipe
thermistor abnormality
temperature thermistor.
• Room B gas pipe temperature thermistor
characteristic.
• Contact of P.C. board connectors.
Room-C gas pipe temperature When a short or open circuit occurs in the Room-C gas pipe
thermistor abnormality
temperature thermistor.
• Room C gas pipe temperature thermistor
characteristic.
• Contact of P.C. board connectors.
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Symptom
Outdoor unit operates. (The compressor operates at reduced frequency.)
Display
Abnormal
Detecting method
Check points
d8
(d8)
Frequency drop by current
protection
When the outdoor unit input current exceeds 22.5 A, the compressor
operates at reduced frequency.
d9
Frequency drop by overload
protection
(d7)
Frequency drop by defrosting
in cooling
When the compressor load exceeds the specified value, the compresThese symptoms do not mean any
sor operates at reduced frequency.
abnormality of the product, but check the
When indoor pipe temperature exceeds 131°F during heating, the com- following points.
pressor operates at reduced frequency.
• Air filter clogging.
• Amount of gas.
When the indoor pipe temperature falls to 42.8°F or below during cool- • Short cycle of indoor/outdoor air flow.
ing, the compressor operates at reduced frequency.
d6
Frequency drop by discharge
temperature protection
When the discharge temperature exceeds 230°F, the compressor operates at reduced frequency.
Frequency drop by high pressure switch (63H1) protection
When the high pressure exceeds 398 PSIG, the compressor operates • Amount of gas.
at reduced frequency. In addition, the fan speed changes.
• Outdoor unit air passage.
Low discharge temperature
protection
Check the amount of gas.
When the state with low discharge temperature of which 122°F in COOL
• Replace the outdoor controller board.
and 119.3°F or less in HEAT for 20 minutes, the compressor operates
• Check the contact of LEV board conneccontinuously.
tors.
(d9)
d7
(d6)
d3
(d3)
d1
(d1)
Frequency drop by high pressure protection
Symptom
Outdoor unit operates.
Display
e7
(E7)
h4
(h4)
Abnormal
Detecting method
Check points
When a short or open circuit occurs in the defrost thermistor during
• Defrost thermistor characteristic.
Defrost thermistor abnormality heating
• Contact of P. C. board connectors.
* In this case, the compressor continues to operate.
Power factor detection abnormality
When the compressor power factor cannot be detected
* In this case, the compressor keeps running.
• Compressor wiring.
2. Trouble criterion of main parts
MSH09TW
MSH12TN
MSH15TN
MSH17TN
MSH09TW
MSH12TN
MSH15TN
MSH17TN
Part name
- U1
- U1
- U1
- U1
MUH09TW
MUH12TN
MUH15TN
MUH17TN
MUH09TW - U1 MUH12TN MUH12TN - U1 MUH15TN MUH15TN - U1
MUH17TN - U1
U2
U2
Check method and criterion
Figure
Room
Measure the resistance with a tester. (Part temperature 50°F ~ 86°F)
temperature
thermistor(RT11)
Normal
Abnormal
Indoor coil
8kΩ ~ 20kΩ
Open or short-circuit
thermistor(RT12)
Defrost
thermistor(RT61)
Ambient temperature thermistor
(RT63)
Measure the resistance with a tester.
(Part temperature 14°F ~ 104°F)
Normal
5kΩ ~ 60kΩ
Abnormal
Open or short-circuit
MSH09TW - U1
MSH12/15/17TN - U1
only
Compressor(MC) Measure the resistance between the terminals with a tester.
(Part temperature14°F ~ 104°F)
MUH09TW
Normal
MUH12/15/17TN
MUH09
MUH17
MUH12/15
OPEN 302°F i 9°F
CLOSE
1.4~1.8Ω
C-R
0.7~0.9Ω
1.4~1.9Ω
203°F i 18°F
2.3~2.9Ω
1.3~1.6Ω
2.4~3.0Ω
C-S
80
WHT
P
Abnormal
Open or
short-circuit
RED
BLK
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MSH12TN
MSH15TN
MSH17TN
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MSH09TW
MSH12TN
MSH15TN
MSH17TN
- U1
- U1
- U1
- U1
MUH09TW
MUH12TN
MUH15TN
MUH17TN
MUH09TW
MUH12TN
MUH15TN
MUH17TN
- U1 MUH12TN - U1 MUH15TN - U1
- U1
U2
U2
Check method and criterion
Part name
Figure
Motor part
Measure the resistance between the terminals with a tester.
(Part temperature 50°F ~ 86°F)
Indoor fan
motor(MF)
Normal
MSH09
76~83 Ω
70~76 Ω
WHT-BLK
BLK-RED
Abnormal
MSH09
WHT
RED
Open or
short-circuit
BLK
MAIN
FUSE
U1
CUT OFF
262°F
MSH12/15/17TN
MSH12/15/17
TN - U1
CUT OFF
293°F
Outdoor fan
motor(MF)
OPEN
302°F i 9°F
CLOSE
203°F i 18°F
YLW
Measure the voltage Power ON.
Normal
MSH09
4.5 ~ 5.5V
BRN-YLW
YLW-GRY
GRY
BRN
Abnormal
WHT-BLK
BLK-YLW
YLW-BLU
BLU-BRN
BRN-RED
MSH12/15/17
MSH12/15
65~72Ω
8~10Ω
4~6Ω
MSH17
52~57Ω
10~12Ω
4~5Ω
5~7Ω
5~6Ω
28~31Ω
Abnormal
BLK
AUX.1
Open or
short-circuit
WHT-BLK
BLK-RED
YLW
AUX.2
BLU
AUX.3
BRN
AUX.4
RED
35~39Ω
Measure the resistance between the terminals with a tester.
(Part temperature14°F ~ 104°F)
MUH09
54~67Ω
58~72Ω
1
2
3
Remain 0V or 5V
(When fan revolved one time)
0V➔5V➔0V (Approx.)
Normal
Motor part
MSH09TW -
Sensor part
AUX.
MSH09TW
1
2
3
Normal
MUH12
MUH15
116~143Ω
102~126Ω
215~264Ω
97~120Ω
MUH17
60~75Ω
77~96Ω
Measure the resistance between the terminals with a tester.
(Part temperature 50°F ~ 86°F)
MAIN
FUSE
ORN
MUH09/12
BLK
P
AUX.
RED
Abnormal
Open or
short-circuit
WHT
MAIN
WHT
MUH15/17
BLK
P
AUX.
MAIN
RED
ORN
WHT
MSH09
RED
ROTOR
Vane motor(MV)
MSH09
BRN-other one
282 ~ 306Ω
Normal
MSH12/15/17
RED-other one
358 ~ 388Ω
Abnormal
Open or
short-circuit
YLW
BRN
ORN
GRN
MSH12/15/17
PNK
ROTOR
ORN
RED
YLW
BLU
P:INNER PROTECTOR
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MXZ30TN MXZ30TN2
Part name
Defrost
thermistor
Evaporation/ Gas
pipe temperature
thermistor
Discharge
temperature
thermistor
Figure
Check method and criterion
Measure the resistance using a tester.
(Part temperature 14°F ~ 104°F)
Normal
5kΩ ~ 55kΩ
abnormal
Open or short-circuit
Measure the resistance using a tester, after warming up the thermistor by holding by
hand.
(Part temperature : 68°F ~ 104°F)
Normal
abnormal
100kΩ ~ 250kΩ
Open or short-circuit
Measure the resistance between terminals using a tester.
(Winding temperature : 14°F ~ 104°F)
Compressor
Outdoor fan
motor
OPEN
275°F i 9°F
CLOSE
187°F i 27°F
Normal
1Each phase 0.53Ω ~ 0.66Ω
W
abnormal
Open or short-circuit
V
WHT
RED
U
BLK
Measure the resistance between lead wires using a tester.
(Part temperature : 14°F ~ 104°F)
Normal
69.0Ω
23.0Ω
10.0Ω
73.0Ω
WHT - BLK
BLK - YLW
YLW - BLU
RED - BLK
abnormal
~
~
~
~
86.0Ω
30.0Ω
13.0Ω
91.0Ω
WHT
P
Open or
short-circuit
(Not including
WHT - ORN)
ORN
RED
BLU
YLW
BLK
Measure the resistance using a tester. (Part temperature 14°F ~ 104°F)
R. V. coil
Normal
1640Ω ~ 2310Ω
abnormal
Open or short-circuit
Measure the resistance using a tester.(Part temperature 14°F ~ 104°F)
Linear expansion
valve
Lead wire color
WHT - RED
RED - ORN
YLW - BRN
BRN - BLU
Normal
Abnormal
WHT
37.4 ~ 53.9Ω
Open or short-circuit
ORN
RED
LEV
YLW BRN BLU
Measure the resistance using a tester.
(Part temperature 14°F ~ 104°F)
High pressure
switch (HPS)
HPS1
HPS2
HPS1
HPS2
Pressure
Operation OFF
340.8 ± 21.8PSIG
369.8 ± 29 PSIG
398.8 +- 7.3
14.5 PSIG
497.5 +- 0
21.8PSIG
Normal
abnormal
Short
Other than
those
listed at
left
Open
P Inner protector
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Indoor fan does not operate.
A Check of indoor fan motor
Turn OFF the power supply.
Check connector (Fan motor) visually.
No
Are lead wires connected?
Yes
Is soldered point of the connector
correctly soldered?
Yes
Re-connect the lead wires.
Disconnect lead wires from connector (Fan motor).
Measure resistance between lead wires
No.1 and No.3 and then No.2 and No.3 (MSH09).
No.1 and No.4 and then No.3 and No.4 (MSH12/15/17).
{
No MSH12/15/17
(others)
No
Re-solder it.
}
Replace the indoor electronic control P.C. board.
Is resistance 0 (short circuit) or ∞ (open circuit)?
Yes ( 0 or ∞ )
MSH09
Repair or replace the indoor fan motor.
No
83
Insert screwdriver into air outlet and
rotate indoor fan (motor) slowly for
1 revolution or more, and measure
voltage between CN 121 1-2 .
Does voltage repeat 0V
DC and more than 5V?
Yes
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Indoor unit operates by pressing the EMERGENCY OPERATION switch, but does not operate with the remote controller.
w Check if the remote controller is exclusive for this air conditioner.
w In case of replacing the receiver P.C. board of MSH09, replace the indoor electronic control P.C. board with it because they are unified.
B Check of remote controller and receiver P.C. board
Switch on the remote controller.
Is LCD display on the remote controller displayed?
No
Replace the batteries.(Refer to page 75.)
(not clear)
Yes
Remove the batteries, then set them back
and press the RESET button. Check if the
unit operates with the remote controller.
Does the unit operate with the
remote controller?
No
Turn on a radio to AM and press switch on
the remote controller.
Yes
Is noise heard from radio?
OK
No
Replace the remote controller.
Yes
Are there any fluorescent lights of
inverter or rapid-start type within
the range of 3.28ft.?
Yes
● Re-install the unit away from lights.
● Attach a filter on receiving part.
No
MSH12/15/17
No
Connect properly.
MSH09
Is the connector connecting receiver
P.C. board and indoor electronic control P.C. board properly connected?
Yes
Replace the receiver P.C. board.
No
Does the unit receive signal of
ON/OFF with the remote controller
and emit a beep tone?
Yes
OK
Connect properly.
No
Is auto restart assembly properly
connected ?
Yes
Replace the auto restart assembly.
No
Does the unit receive signal of
ON/OFF with the remote controller and
emit a beep tone?
Yes
OK
Replace the indoor electronic
control P.C. board.
No
Does the unit receive signal of
ON/OFF with the remote controller
and emit a beep tone?
Yes
OK
84
Replace the power monitor, receiver
P.C. board with the indoor electronic
control P.C. board.
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The unit doesn’t operate with the remote controller.
Also, the OPERATION INDICATOR lamp doesn’t light up by pressing the EMERGENCY OPERATION switch.
C Check of indoor electronic control P.C. board
Check the both “parts side” and “pattern
side” of indoor electronic control P.C.
board visually.
Turn OFF the power supply.
Disconnect indoor fan motor connector CN211(MSH09
only) and vane motor connector CN151 from the indoor
electronic control P.C. board and turn ON the power supply.
Does the unit operate with the remote controller or
No
the OPERATION INDICATOR lamp light up
by pressing the EMERGENCY OPERATION switch?
Yes
Turn OFF the
power supply.
Replace the vane
motor.
Turn OFF the
power supply.
Replace the fuse.
Yes
Is winding
resistance of
vane motor 0 "?
Yes
No
Be sure to check both resistances.
Is winding
resistance of
fan motor 0 "?
Yes
Replace the fan
motor.
Is fuse (F11) blown?
Replace the indoor
electronic control
P.C. board.
Be sure to check both fuse
and varistor in any case.
Is varistor (NR11) burnt?
No
No
Yes
Replace the varistor.
85
No
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Compressor and/or outdoor fan does not operate. (Only indoor fan operates.)
D Check of outdoor unit
Start
Yes
Operate the unit in COOL or HEAT mode by pressing the EMERGENCY OPERATION switch.
3-minute time delay works.
Test run operation operates for 30 minutes.
Compressor
doesn't operate.
Rectify the indoor and
outdoor connecting wire.
Is there 5V DC between J8 – –J9 +
on the deicer P.C. board?
No
Yes
Is there 115V AC (MSH09),208/230V AC
(MSH12/15/17) to terminal block between
3 (MSH09/12), COM (MSH15/17)on the
compressor contactor(52C) and N (MSH09),
L2 (MSH12/15/17)on
the outdoor terminal block?
No
Is there 115V AC (MSH09),
208/230V AC (MSH12/15/17) between
4 on the compressor contactor (52C)
(MSH09/12), TAB21(MSH15/17) and
TAB20 on the deicer P.C. board?
Yes
No
Is there 115V AC(MSH09), 208/230V AC
(MSH12/15/17) to terminal block between
L1 - N (MSH09), L1 - L2 (MSH12/15/17)?
Yes
Rectify the connecting wire.
Replace the deicer P.C. board.
No
Replace the deicer P.C. board.
Yes
Check the compressor and compressor capacitor, and rectify the connecting wire.
Outdoor fan motor
doesn't operate.
Is there 5V DC between J8 – –J9 +
on the deicer P.C. board?
Rectify the indoor and
outdoor connecting wire.
No
Yes
Check the outdoor fan motor and
rectify the connecting wire.
Is there 115V AC (MSH09),
208/230V AC (MSH12/15/17) between
4 on the compressor contactor (52C)
(MSH09/12), TAB21(MSH15/17) and
TAB20 on the deicer P.C. board?
Yes
No
No
Is there 115V AC(MSH09), 208/230V AC
(MSH12/15/17) to terminal block between
L1 - N (MSH09), L1 - L2 (MSH12/15/17)?
Yes
Rectify the connecting wire.
Replace the deicer P.C. board.
Compressor and/or outdoor fan motor doesn’t stop.
E Check of outdoor unit
1 Turn OFF the power supply.
2 After 30 seconds, turn ON the power supply again.
3 Operate the unit in COOL or HEAT mode by
pressing the EMERGENCY OPERATION switch for 1 minute or more.
4 Stop it by pressing the EMERGENCY OPERATION switch twice or once.
After 30 seconds,
does compressor stop?
No
Yes
Ok
Is there 115V AC (MSH09),208/230V AC
(MSH12/15/17) to terminal block between
3 (MSH09/12), COM (MSH15/17)on the
compressor contactor(52C) and N (MSH09)
L2 (MSH12/15/17) on the outdoor
terminal block?
Yes
Replace the deicer P.C. board.
After 30 seconds, does
outdoor fan motor stop?
No
Replace the deicer P.C. board.
Yes
Ok
86
No
Rectify the connecting wire.
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When OPERATION INDICATOR lamp flashes ON and OFF in every 0.5-second or flashes once.
Outdoor unit doesn’t operate.
F How to check mis-wiring and serial signal error
Start
Turn OFF the power supply.
Turn ON the power supply.
No
Rectify the wiring.
Is the power voltage to terminal blocks of
indoor/outdoor units normal?
Yes
Turn ON the EMERGENCY OPERATION switch.
(any mode possible)
After 3 minutes that power supply has
been turned on, does the compressor
start operating?
Yes
No
Correct the mis-wiring.
No
Is the terminal blocks 1 and 3 on the
indoor unit properly connected to their
counter parts on outdoor unit?
Yes
Turn OFF the Power supply.
Check by using Checking Mode.
1Disconnect indoor/outdoor wiring (at indoor terminal blocks 1
and 3)
2Short circuit between indoor terminal blocks 1 and 3.
Turn ON the Power supply.
3While pressing OPERATION SELECT button on remote
controller, press RESET button on remote controller.
(LCD on remote controller displays all signs.)
Press OPERATE/STOP(ON/OFF) button on the
remote controller to send signal.
Make sure the unit emits a beep tone.
No
Replace the indoor electronic
control P.C. board. ❈
Does the OPERATION INDICATOR
lamp on the indoor unit flash on?
Yes
Replace the deicer P.C.board. ❈
Before the unit resumes normal operation.
•Release the checking mode by pressing RESET
button on the remote controller, and then send
the unit signal to stop operation.
•Turn OFF the power supply to indoor/outdoor
units.
•Get indoor terminal blocks 1 and 3 opened, and
re-connect indoor/ outdoor wiring.
sure to turn OFF the power supply to
[ ❈ Be
]
indoor/outdoor units in replacing P.C. board.
87
OK
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When OPERATION INDICATOR lamp flashes 6-time.
Thermistors in the outdoor unit are abnormal.
G Check of outdoor thermistor
(MUH09/12/15/17)
W Disconnect the connector CN661 from the deicer P.C. board.
(Check the characteristics of thermistor.)
Replace the deicer P.C.
board.
Turn OFF the
power supply.
Defrost thermistor (RT61)
Measure
resistance
between CN 661
1 and 2.
Does the resistance
of thermistor have
the characteristics
on page 96?
No
Yes
Re-connect CN661.
Turn ON the power
supply and press
the EMERGENCY
OPERATION
switch.
No
Does the unit operate
10 minutes or more?
Yes
Ok ❈3
Replace the
thermistor.
❈3 Defective contact of the connector is considered.
Unit operates COOL mode even if it is set to HEAT mode.
w First, measure the resistance of R.V. coil to confirm it is disconnected or is not short-circuit.
H Check of R.V. coil
(MUH09/12/15/17)
Turn ON the power supply and operate
the indoor unit in HEAT mode by pressing
the EMERGENCY OPERATION switch.
After 3 minutes, does the unit
operate in COOL mode?
No
OK
Yes
Is there 115V AC (MUH09), 208/230V AC
(MUH12/15/17) between CN7211 – 2 on
the deicer P.C. board?
Refer to page 96.
No
Replace the
deicer P.C. board
Yes
Replace the R.V. coil.
Unit operates HEAT mode even if it is set to COOL mode.
w First, measure the resistance of R.V. coil to confirm it is disconnected or is not short-circuit.
H Check of R.V. coil
(MUH09/12/15/17)
Turn ON the power supply and operate
the indoor unit in COOL mode by pressing
the EMERGENCY OPERATION switch.
After 3 minutes, does the unit
operate in HEAT mode?
No
OK
Yes
Is there 115V AC (MUH09), 208/230V AC
(MUH12/15/17) between CN7211 – 2 on
the deicer P.C. board?
Refer to page 96.
Yes
Replace the
deicer P.C. board.
88
No
Replace the R.V. coil.
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Outdoor unit does not operate. (LED display: display OFF)
I Check of power supply
(MXZ30TN MXZ30TN2)
Start
Check the connecting of main circuit parts and connector (CN501: I.P.M P. C. board,
CN 801: Electronic control P. C. board, CN554: relay P. C. board)
Turn on power supply
Is there voltage of 208V AC - 230V AC
in the power supply terminal block?
No
Check the power supply cable.
Yes
Is there voltage of 290V DC - 330V DC
across the smoothing capacitor?
No
Is there voltage of 208V AC - 230V AC
No
across the output cable (LD63, LD64)
in the noise filter P. C. board?
Yes
Replace the noise
filter P. C. board
Yes
Replace the electronic control P. C. board.
Is there voltage of 208V AC - 230V AC
No
across the input terminal part in the
diode module (DS61)?
Yes
Check the main circuit parts
and replace it.
Replace the current
limiting resistor.
w When replacing, check the
connection of connector
CN720 in the outdoor
electronic control P. C.
board
Outdoor unit does not operate. (LED display: 00)
J Check of serial signal
(MXZ30TN MXZ30TN2)
Start
1. Check the indoor unit with referring to F How to check mis-wiring and serial signal error.
2. Turn off the power supply of the indoor and outdoor unit and connect the indoor/outdoor unit
connecting wire correctly.
3. Check the connection of indoor/ outdoor unit connecting wire in the outdoor unit terminal block,
and check the connection of the connector (CN601: unit A, CN 602: unit B, CN603: unit C) in
the electronic control P. C. board.
4. Disconnect the lead wire to the compressor. 3 minutes after turning on the power suppy, start
EMERGENCY OPERATION.
Is there voltage of 5V DC - 10V DC between
No. 3 (+) and 1 (-) in the outdoor terminal block.
Yes
Replace the electronic control P. C. board.
No
Recheck a connected circumstance of the indoor/ outdoor unit connecting wire.
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The cooling operation or heating operation does not operate. (LED display: 00)
K Check of R. V. coil
(MXZ30TN MXZ30TN2)
• When heating operation does not work.
Start
1. Disconnect the lead wire leading to the compressor.
2. 3 minutes after turning on the power suppy, start EMERGENCY
OPERATION in HEAT mode.
Is there voltage of 208V AC - 230V AC between
pin1 and pin 2 at connector CN913?
No
Yes
Turn off power supply of indoor and outdoor unit.
Disconnect the connector
CN913 in noise filter P. C.
board, and measure the
resistance of R. V. coil to
check the integrity.
No
Replace the R. V. coil.
1. Turn off power supply of indoor and outdoor unit, and
disconnect the connector (CN851, CN852) in the electronic
control P. C. board.
2. 3 minutes after turning on the power suppy, start
EMERGENCY OPERATION in HEAT mode.
Is there voltage 12V DC between
the connector CN852 pin 1 (+)
and CN851 pin 5 (-)?
No
Replace the electronic
control P. C. board.
Yes
Yes
Replace the noise filter P. C. board.
Replace the 4-way valve.
• When cooling operation does not work.
Start
1. Disconnect the lead wire leading to the compressor.
2. 3 minutes after turning on the power suppy, start EMERGENCY
OPERATION in COOL mode.
Is there voltage of 208V AC - 230V AC between
pin1 and pin 2 at connector CN913? W1
Yes
No
Replace the 4-way valve.
W1 If the connector CN913 is not connected or R. V. coil is open,
occurs between terminals even when the control is OFF.
1. Turn off power supply of indoor and outdoor unit, and
disconnect the connector (CN851, CN852) in the electronic
control P. C. board.
2. 3 minutes after turning on the power suppy, start
EMERGENCY OPERATION in COOL mode.
Is there voltage 12V DC between
the connector CN852 pin 1 (+)
and CN851 pin 5 (-)?
No
Replace the noise filter P. C. board.
Yes
Replace the electronic control P. C. board.
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•When cooling, heat exchanger of non-operating unit frosts.
•When heating, non-operating indoor unit get warm. (LED display: 00, p1)
L Check of LEV
(MXZ30TN MXZ30TN2)
Start
Turn on power supply to the outdoor unit after checking LEV coil is mounted to the LEV body securely.
Is "click - click" sound heard?
Or, do you feel vibration of the LEV coil with a hand?
No
Yes
Normal
Disconnect the connector (CN791: unit A, CN792: unit B, CN793: unit C),
and measure the resistance of LEV coil to check the integrity.
Yes
Replace the electronic
control P. C. board
No
Replace the LEV coil.
•When cooling, room does not get cool.
•When heating, room does not get warm. (LED display: 00, a8)
M Check of inverter/compressor
(MXZ30TN MXZ30TN2)
Start
Disconnect the lead wire to the compressor at terminals. 3 minutes after turning on the
power suppy, start EMERGENCY OPERATION.
Measure the voltage between
each leading to the compressor.
U (BLK) - V (WHT)
V (WHT) - W (RED)
W (RED) - U (BLK)
Output voltage
COOL: 100V(58Hz) HEAT: 100V(58Hz)
Is voltage output? W1
Yes
No
Is output balanced?
W1 • After the outdoor fan starts running, wait for 1 minutes or more before
measuring the voltage.
• The output voltage values in the above table have the tolerance of i20%.
No
LED indicator the inverter
stops due to over current?
No
1. Turn off power supply of the indoor
and outdoor unit, and disconnect
the connector CN 551 in the relay
P. C. board
2. Turn on power supply to the outdoor
unit, and after 1 minutes or more
passed, check the resistance
between the connector
CN551 pin 1 and pin 2.
0"
Check the resistance
between each terminal
Yes
Replace the electronic
control P. C. board
with the I.P.M P. C. board.
Yes
Turn off power supply of indoor and outdoor unit,
and measure the compressor winding resistance
between the compressor terminals.
Is there resistance of 0.53" to 0.66" between
the each terminals?
Yes
No
Infinity
Replace the
compressor.
After 1 minutes has passed since the
power supply of outdoor unit was
turned off, disconnect the connector
CN 553 in the relay P. C. board.
Return the lead wire of compressor to former, and
turn on power supply to indoor and outdoor unit.
Three minutes later, start EMERGENCY OPERATION.
Clarify the causes by counting time until the inverter stops.
0 to 10 seconds: compressor layer short
10 to 60 seconds: compressor lock
60 seconds to 5minutes: refrigerant circuit defective
5 minutes or more: normal
0"
Check the resistance
HPS (63H2).
Infinity
Replace the
relay P. C. board.
91
Replace the
HPS (63H2).
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•When thermistor is abnormal. (When the LED displayis a table below)
N Check of thermistor
(MXZ30TN MXZ30TN2)
Start
Abnormal
Disconnect the connector in the electronic control P. C. board (see below table), and
measure the resistance of thermistor to check whether the thermistor is normal or not.
Replace the thermistor
Normal
Reconnect the connector (CN661, CN662 and CN663) and disconnect the lead wire leading to the compressor.
3 minutes after turning on the power suppy, start EMERGENCY OPERATION.
Does thermistor operate 10 minutes or more though the
thermistor abnormality is not displayed?
No
Replace the electronic
control P. C. board.
Yes
Normal
Thermistor
Discharge temperature thermistor
Defrost thermistor
Evaporation temperature thermistor
Fin temperature thermistor
Gas pipe temperature thermistor (Unit A)
Gas pipe temperature thermistor (Unit B)
Gas pipe temperature thermistor (Unit C)
Connector, Pin No.
Between CN661 pin3 and pin4
Between CN661 pin1 and pin2
Between CN661 pin5 and pin6
Between CN663 pin1 and pin2
Between CN662 pin1 and pin2
Between CN662 pin3 and pin4
Between CN662 pin5 and pin6
Symbol
RT61
RT62
RT63
RT65
RT66
RT67
RT68
•Fan motor does not operate or stops operating shortly after starting the operation.
O Check of fan motor
(MXZ30TN MXZ30TN2)
Start
Check the connection of connector (CN851, CN852) in the fan motor relay connector and electronic control P. C. board
at the noise filter P. C. board and connector (CN901, CN902) in the noise filter board.
Disconnect the fan motor connector, and measure the resistance of the
fan motor winding to check the winding characteristic.
Normal
Abnormal
Replace the fan motor
1. Disconnect the lead wire leading to the compressor. Turn on power supply to the
indoor and outdoor unit. Three minutes later, start EMERGENCY OPERATION .
2. Check the voltage between pin 2 and pin 3, pin 2 and pin 5, pin 2 and pin 6 at the fan motor connector.
Is there voltage of 208V AC - 230V AC?
No
Yes
1. Turn off power supply of the indoor and outdoor unit, and disconnect the connector
(CN851, CN852).
2. Is the voltage 0V, when the voltage between CN852 pin1 (+) and CN851 pin1 (-),
pin2 (-), or pin3 (-) are measured after the power supply is turned on the outdoor unit?
No
Yes
Is there voltage of 12V DC between CN852 pin1 (+) and CN851 pin3 (-), when power
supply turns on the indoor unit and EMERGENCY OPERATION starts in three minutes.
Yes
Replace the noise filter P. C. board
92
No
Replace the electronic
control P. C. board
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•When the operation frequency does not go up from lowest frequency.
P Check of HPS
(MXZ30TN MXZ30TN2)
Start
1. Disconnect the connector CN722 in the electronic control P. C. board.
2. Check the resistance of HPS after 1 minutes have passed since the outdoor unit power supply was turnd off.
Infinity
Check the resistance between
each terminal?
Replace HPS (63H1).
0"
Return CN722 to former.
Turn on power supply to the indoor and outdoor unit.
3 minutes lator, EMERGENCY OPERATION starts.
Yes
Is HPS protection displayed
immediately after compressor
starts.
No
Normal
Yes
Replace the electronic control P. C. board.
Q The other cases
(MXZ30TN MXZ30TN2)
In the case that the indoor fan and outdoor fan operate but the compressor does not operate, it causes that the
high pressure switch can be operated once.
First of all, check the high pressure switch can be shorted, turn OFF the power and turn ON again 1 minute later.
Indoor unit does not operate. (difference modes)
• When you try to run two indoor unit simultaneously, one for cooling and the other for heating, the unit which
transmits signal to the outdoor units earlier decides the operation mode. The other unit indicates as shown in
the figure below.
• When the above situation occurs, set all the indoor units to the same mode, turn OFF the indoor units, and
then turn them back ON.
• Though the top of the indoor unit sometimes gets warm, this does not mean malfunction. The reason is that
the refrigerant gas continuously flows into the indoor unit even while it is not operating.
OPERATION INDICATOR
Lighting
Flashing
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TEST POINT DIAGRAM AND VOLTAGE
MSH09TW MSH09TW - U1
Indoor electronic control P.C. board
Varistor(NR11)
Fuse(F11) 250V AC 3A
Fan motor
Power supply input
115V AC
-+
}
12V DC
Room temperature
thermistor(RT11)
Timer short mode point
(JPS, JPG)
(Refer to page 73.)
Indoor coil
thermistor(RT12)
Emergency operation switch
+
--
}
5V DC
Room temperature thermistor(RT11)
Indoor coil thermistor(RT12)
Auto restart function
Solder the Jumper wire or
the Resistor 220Ω to the
JR07.(Refer to page 74.)
32 50 68 86 104 122 140
F
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TEST POINT DIAGRAM AND VOLTAGE
MSH12TN MSH15TN MSH17TN MSH12TN Indoor electronic control P.C. board
U1
MSH15TN -
U1
MSH17TN -
U1
Fan motor
8 7 5 6 4
C11
}
Very Med. Low High
Low
3
2
1
Varistor(NR11)
Fuse(F11) 250V AC 3.0A
CN201
}
Power supply input 115V AC
JP17
+
JP16
--
JP11
+
JP24
--
CN104
JHA
}
}
}
12V DC
5V DC
Auto restart function
Disconnect the AUTO RESTART ASSY
from CN104, and solder the Jumper wire
to JHA.(Refer to page 74.)
Emergency operation switch
JPS Timer short mode point
JPG (Refer to page 73.)
}
Indoor coil thermistor(RT12)
Room temperature thermistor(RT11)
Room temperature thermistor (RT11)
Indoor coil thermistor (RT12)
32 50 68 86 104 122 140
F
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MUH09TW MUH09TW - U1
MUH12TN MUH12TN - U1
MUH15TN MUH15TN - U1
MUH17TN MUH17TN - U1
Outdoor deicer P.C. board
MUH12TN MUH15TN -
Defrost thermistor (RT61)
Ambient temperature thermistor (RT63)
100
U2
U2
90
Resistance(k")
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70
60
50
40
30
20
10
0
-4
14 32 50 68 86 104
Temperature(°F)
Power supply input
Ambient temperature
thermistor(RT63) is only
for MUH09TW - U1 and
MUH12/15/17TN - U1 .
115V AC(MUH09)
208/230V AC(MUH12)
Power supply
input 208/230V AC
(MUH15/17)
}
+
}
CN730
Ambient
Defrost
thermistor temperature
thermistor(RT63)
(RT61)
}
}
115V AC(MUH09)
208/230V AC(MUH12/15/17)
}
115V AC(MUH09)
208/230V AC(MUH12/15/17)
}
R.V. coil
}
R601
5~10V DC
Outdoor fan motor
Fuse 2A/250V
Defrost interval
time short pin
(JP607,R853)
(Refer to page 72.)
+ J9
J8
+
}
+
}
12V DC
}
52C
12V DC
96
Jumper wire for change in
defrost setting (JPC, JPE)
(Refer to page 72, 73.)
5V DC
Page 97
Resistance (KΩ)
TEST POINT DIAGRAM AND VOLTAGE
MXZ30TN MXZ30TN2
Electronic control P.C. board
Gas pipe temperature thermistor
Evaporation temperature thermistor
Defrost temperature thermistor
Discharge temperature thermistor
700
600
100
500
90
400
80
300
70
Resistance (kΩ)
200
100
0
32 50 68 86 104 122 140 158 176 194 212 230 248
Temperature(°F)
Discharge temperature thermistor
0.3~0.6V DC
Defrost temperature thermistor
2.5~4.0V DC
50
40
30
20
10
0
-4 14 32 50 68 86 104
Temperature(°F)
Evaporation temperature thermistor
2.5~4.0V DC
R.V. coil
12V DC
Fin temperature thermistor
1.0~4.0V DC
60
OFF
Low
High Very high
Outdoor fan
0V
12V
12V
12V
Outdoor fan
0V
12V
0V
0V
Outdoor fan
0V
0V
12V
0V
{
200
Serial signal Room C 5~10V DC
Serial signal Room B
5~10V DC
{
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5~10V DC
180
140
120
100
80
{
60
Relay 12V DC
40
20
0
32 50 68 86 104 122 140 158 176
Temperature(°F)
-
12V DC {
+
-
0~5V DC
5V DC
{
LED monitor indication
Room C
Room B
Room A
Gas pipe temperature
thermistor 2.5~4.0V DC
97
{
Resistance (KΩ)
160
High pressure switch
Liner expansion valve(LEV)
12V DC pulse wave
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MXZ30TN
Noise filter P.C. board
{
OUTDOOR FAN
208V-230V AC
{
{
REVERSING VALVE
208-230V AC
208V-230V AC
OUTPUT
208V-230V AC
INPUT
{
MXZ30TN2
Noise filter P.C. board
{
OUTDOOR FAN
208-230V AC
{
208-230V AC
OUTPUT
Replace them at
the same time
{
REVERSING VALVE
208-230V AC
{
98
208-230V AC
INPUT
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I.P.M P.C. board
12V DC
{
{
12V DC
{
Relay P.C. board
High pressure
switch
{
12V DC
{
{
{
12V DC
Short
99
290V-330V DC
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RELAY OPERATION
MSH09TW MSH09TW - U1
MSH12TN MSH12TN - U1
MSH15TN MSH15TN - U1
MSH17TN MSH17TN - U1
1. COMPRESSOR CONTACTOR
• EACH MODE
MODE
THERMOSTAT
52C CONTACTOR
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
COOL &
COOL mode
of I FEEL
CONTROL
INDOOR FAN SPEED
AUTO or set speed
OFF for 2 min. after
unit starts operation.
DRY &
DRY mode
of I FEEL
CONTROL
ON
HEAT &
HEAT mode
of I FEEL
CONTROL
Repeat of 8 min. ON/3min.
OFF operation or 2 min.
ON/3 min. OFF operation
AUTO or set speed
AUTO or set speed links with 52C
contactor.
OFF
Repeat of 4 min. OFF/
1 min. ON operation
ON
ON
AUTO or set speed
OFF
OFF
OFF or Very Low speed
NOTE : Once the compressor is OFF, “3-minute time delay circuit” works at next start-up.
• COIL FROST PREVENTION
MODE
THERMOSTAT
52C CONTACTOR
ON
OFF for 5 min. After
that, OFF is prolonged until indoor
coil thermistor reads
termination temperature.
COOL &
COOL mode
of I FEEL
CONTROL
DRY &
DRY mode
of I FEEL
CONTROL
INDOOR FAN SPEED
AUTO or set speed
AUTO or set speed
<MSH12/15/17>
Low speed when coil frost prevention
starts while COMPRESSOR OFF
2. SOLID STATE RELAY (INDOOR FAN MOTOR RELAY)
MSH12TN MSH15TN MSH17TN MSH12TN -
U1
MSH15TN -
Indoor fan speed
Relay turning ON
High
SR144
Med.
SR143
Low
SR142
Very Low
SR141
OFF
All fan relays are OFF.
100
U1
MSH17TN -
U1
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DISASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
<"Terminal with lock mechanism" Detaching points>
In case of terminal with lock mechanism, detach the terminal as shown below.
There are two types ( Refer to (1) and (2)) of the terminal with lock mechanism.
The terminal with no lock mechanism can be removed by pulling it out.
Check the shape of the terminal and work.
(1) Slide the sleeve and check if there is a locking lever or not.
(2) The terminal with this connector is a terminal
with lock mechanism
Sleeve
Locking lever
1Slide the sleeve.
2Pull the terminal while
pushing the locking
lever.
1Hold the sleeve, and
pull out the terminal
slowly.
Connector
13-1. MSH09TW MSH09TW - U1
INDOOR UNIT
OPERATING PROCEDURE
PHOTOS
1. Removing the front panel
(1) Remove the screw caps at the bottom of the front panel.
Remove the screws.
(2) Pull the panel down to your side slightly and unhook the
catches at the top.
Photo 1
Front panel
Screws
2. Removing the electronic control P.C. board and the
power monitor, receiver P.C. board
Photo 2
(1) Remove the front panel. (Refer to 1)
(2) Remove the screw of the electrical cover.
Remove the electrical cover.
(3) Remove the screw of the terminal block.
(4) Disconnect all the connectors and all the lead wires on the
electronic control P.C. board.
(5) Remove the electronic control P.C. board.
(6) Remove the R.L holder.
(7) Open the R.L holder and remove the power monitor,
receiver P.C. board.
Indoor electronic
control P.C. board
Screw of the terminal block
Screw of the
electrical cover
R.L holder
Power monitor,
receiver P.C.
board
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OPERATING PROCEDURE
PHOTOS
Photo 3
3. Removing the electrical box
(1) Remove the front panel. (Refer to 1)
(2) Remove the electrical cover. (Refer to 2)
(3) Disconnect the connector of the indoor coil
thermistor(CN112).
(4) Disconnect the motor connector (CN211 and CN121) and
the vane motor connector (CN151) on the electronic
control P.C. board.
(5) Remove the screw of ground wire.
(6) Remove the fan motor lead wire and indoor coil thermistor
lead wire from the electrical box.
(7) Remove the lead wire of vane motor from the bottom of
electrical box.
(8) Remove the R.L holder.
(9) Remove the screw of the conduit cover.
(10) Pull down the conduit cover and remove it.
(11) Remove the screw of the conduit plate and remove the
conduit plate.
(12) Remove the screw fixing the electrical box, remove the
electrical box.
Screw of the ground wire
Conduit cover
Photo 4
Screw fixing the
electrical box
Screws of the
conduit plate
Photo 5
4. Removing the vane motor
(1) Remove the front panel. (Refer to 1)
(2) Remove the electrical box. (Refer to 3)
(3) Pull out the drain hose from the nozzle assembly, remove
the nozzle assembly.
(4) Remove the screws (both upper and lower) of the vane
motor, disconnect the connector.
(5) Remove the vane motor.
Screws of
the vane
motor
Drain hose
Vane motor
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OPERATING PROCEDURE
PHOTOS
5. Removing the line flow fan and the indoor fan motor
(1) Remove the front panel. (Refer to 1)
(2) Remove the electrical box. (Refer to 3)
(3) Pull out the drain hose from the nozzle assembly, remove
the nozzle assembly.
(4) Remove the hexagon socket set screw from the line flow
fan.
(5) Remove the screws fixing the fan motor, remove the fan
motor.
(6) Remove the screws fixing the left side of the heat
exchanger.
(7) Lifting the left side of the heat exchanger.
(8) Remove the line flow fan.
Photo 6
Screws fixing the left
side of the
heat
exchanger
Photo 7
Indoor coil
thermistor
Screws of the fan motor
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13-2. MSH12TN MSH15TN MSH17TN MSH12TN INDOOR UNIT
U1
MSH15TN -
OPERATING PROCEDURE
U1
MSH17TN -
U1
PHOTOS
1. Removing the front panel
Photo 1
(1) Remove the screw caps at the bottom of the front panel.
Remove the screws.
(2) Pull the panel down to your side slightly and unhook the
catches at the top.
Front panel
Screws
Photo 2
2. Removing the electronic control P.C. board, the
receiver P.C. board and the display P.C. board
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
(7)
(8)
Remove the front panel. (Refer to 1)
Remove the electrical cover.
Remove the screw of the terminal cover.
Remove the screw of the terminal block.
Unhook the catch of the lamp holder.
Remove the receiver holder and the receiver P.C. board.
Remove the screw of the ground wire.
Disconnect all the connectors and all the lead wires on the
electronic control P.C. board.
(9) Remove the electronic control P.C. board and display P.C.
board.
Screw of the Indoor coil
ground wire thermistor
Screw of
the terminal block
Indoor
electronic
control
P.C. board
Receiver
Lamp Display
Receiver
holder P.C. board P.C. board holder
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OPERATING PROCEDURE
PHOTOS
3. Removing the electrical box
(1) Remove the front panel. (Refer to 1)
(2) Remove the electrical cover.
(3) Remove the connector of the indoor coil thermistor (CN112).
(4) Remove the motor connector and the vane motor connector
(CN151) on the electronic control P.C. board.
(5) Remove the screw of the electrical box, remove the
electrical box.
Photo 3
Screws of
the vane
motor
4. Removing the vane motor
(1) Remove the front panel. (Refer to 1)
(2) Remove the electrical box. (Refer to 3)
(3) Pull out the drain hose from the nozzle assembly, remove
the nozzle assembly.
(4) Remove the screws (both upper and lower) of the vane
motor, disconnect the connector.
(5) Remove the vane motor.
Screw of the
electrical cover
Vane motor
Photo 4
Heat exchanger
Catch
Screw of the
heat exchanger
Screws of the
bearing support
5. Removing the indoor fan motor and the line flow fan
(1) Remove the front panel. (Refer to 1)
(2) Remove the electrical box.
(3) Unhook the catch on the both sides of the nozzle
assembly.
(4) Remove the nozzle assembly.
(5) Remove the screws of the bearing support.
(6) Remove the screw of the heat exchanger and unhook the
catch.
(7) Lifting the heat exchanger, remove the bearing support.
(8) Loose the screw fixing the line flow fan, remove the
line flow fan.
(9) Remove the screws of the motor band, remove the fan
motor.
Photo 5
Indoor fan motor
Screws
of the
motor
band
Line flow fan
105
Screw of the
motor band
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13-3. MUH09TW MUH12TN MUH09TW OUTDOOR UNIT
MUH12TN -
U1
OPERATING PROCEDURE
MUH12TN -
U2
PHOTOS
1. Removing the cabinet
(1) Remove the screws of the top panel.
(2) Remove the screw of the service panel.
(3) Remove the screws of the cabinet.
(4) Remove the screws of the front panel and motor support.
(5) Remove the service panel, and remove the screw from
the insides.
(6) Remove the top panel.
(7) Remove the cabinet.
Photo 1
Screws of the front panel
and motor support
Screws
of the
cabinet
Photo 3
Screws of the
service panel
U1
Photo 2
Screws of
the top panel
Screws of the cabinet
Screws of the
top panel
Screws of the
cabinet
Service
panel
2. Removing the deicer P.C. board
(1) Remove the service panel and the cabinet.
(2) Disconnect all the connectors and the terminals on the
deicer P.C. board.
(3) Remove the deicer P.C. board.
Photo 4
Deicer
P.C. board
Terminal block
Relay panel
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OPERATING PROCEDURE
PHOTOS
3. Removing the propeller fan and the outdoor fan motor
(1) Remove the cabinet. (Refer to 1.)
(2) Remove the propeller fan nut.
(3) Remove the propeller fan.
NOTE : Loose the propeller fan in the rotating direction for
removal.
When attaching the propeller fan, align the mark on the
propeller fan and the motor shaft cut section.
Set the propeller fan in position by using the cut on the
shaft and the mark on the propeller fan.
(4) Remove lead clamps and disconnect the outdoor fan motor
connector.
(5) Remove screws fixing the fan motor.
(6) Remove the outdoor fan motor.
Photo 5
Screws of the
outdoor fan motor
Lead clamps
Hook
Propeller fan nut
Propeller fan
4. Removing the compressor
(1) Remove the cabinet. (Refer to 1)
(2) Remove the relay panel.
(3) Remove the soundproof felt.
(4) Remove the terminal cover on the compressor.
(5) Disconnect lead wires from the glass terminal of the compressor.
(6) Recover gas from the refrigerant circuit.
(7) Disconnect the welded part of the discharge pipe.
(8) Disconnect the welded part of the suction pipe.
(9) Remove nuts fixing the compressor.
(10) Remove the compressor.
NOTE
● Before using the torch, reclaim gas from the pipes until the
pressure gauge shows 0 PSIG.
● Use the torch under the condition that gas can be recovered
even when the inner pressure rises by heat.
● Reclaim all refrigerant in an environmentally acceptable manner.
Outdoor
fan motor
Photo 6
Discharge pipe
Suction pipe
Glass
terminal
Compressor
Compressor
set nuts
107
Outdoor
fan motor
connector
Terminal cover
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13-4. MUH15TN MUH15TN OUTDOOR UNIT
U1
MUH15TN -
U2
PHOTOS
OPERATING PROCEDURE
1. Removing the cabinet
(1) Remove the screws of the cabinet.
(2) Hold the bottom of the cabinet on the both side to remove
the cabinet.
Photo 1
Screws
of the
cabinet
Service
panel
Photo 2
Screw
of the
cabinet
Screws
of the
cabinet
Screw of the
cabinet
2. Removing the deicer P.C. board
(1) Remove the service panel and the cabinet. (Refer to 1)
(2) Disconnect all the connectors and the terminals on the
deicer P.C. board.
(3) Remove the deicer P.C. board.
Photo 3
Connector
Compressor capacitor
108
Deicer P.C. board
Terminal block
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OPERATING PROCEDURE
PHOTOS
3. Removing the propeller fan and the outdoor fan motor
(1) Remove the cabinet. (Refer to 1)
(2) Disconnect the connector and remove the lead clamps of
the fan motor lead wires.
(3) Remove the propeller fan nut and the propeller fan.
NOTE:Loose the propeller fan in the rotating direction for
removal.
When attaching the propeller fan, align the mark on the
propeller fan and the motor shaft cut section.
Set the propeller fan in position by using the cut on the
shaft and the mark on the propeller fan.
(4) Remove the screws fixing the outdoor fan motor and the
outdoor fan motor.
Photo 4
Screws of the
outdoor fan motor
Propeller fan
4. Removing the compressor
(1) Remove the cabinet. (Refer to 1)
(2) Remove the sound proof felt.
(3) Remove the terminal cover on the compressor.
(4) Disconnect lead wires from the glass terminal of the compressor.
(5) Recover gas from the refrigerant circuit.
(6) Detach the welded part of the discharge pipe.
(7) Detach the welded part of the suction pipe.
(8) Remove the nuts fixing the compressor.
(9) Remove the compressor.
NOTE
● Before using the torch, reclaim gas from the pipes until the
pressure gauge shows 0 PSIG.
● Use the torch under the condition that gas can be recovered
even when the inner pressure rises by heat.
● Reclaim all refrigerant in an environmentally acceptable manner.
Connector
Propeller fan nut
Photo 5
Discharge
pipe
Terminal
cover
Suction
pipe
Compressor
Compressor nuts
109
Lead
clamp
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13-5. MUH17TN MUH17TN OUTDOOR UNIT
U1
OPERATING PROCEDURE
PHOTOS
1. Removing the cabinet
(1) Remove the screws of the top panel and the top panel.
(2) Remove the screw of the service panel. To remove the service panel, pull it down toward you and unhook the catches
on the both sides.
(3) Remove the screw of the cover panel. To remove the cover
panel.
(4) Remove the screws of the cabinet.
Open the cabinet to a 45-degree angle. Then lift it and
unhook the catches to remove.
Screws of the
top panel
Photo 1
Top panel
Service
panel
Cabinet
Cover
panel
Photo 2
Screws of the cabinet
2. Removing the deicer P.C. board
(1) Remove the top panel, the service panel and the cover
panel.
(2) Disconnect all the connectors and the terminals on the
deicer P.C. board.
(3) Remove the deicer P.C. board.
Deicer P.C.
board
Photo 3
Compressor
capacitor (C1)
Terminal
block
3. Removing the propeller fan and the outdoor fan motor
(1) Remove the cabinet. (Refer to 1)
(2) Remove the propeller fan nut and the propeller fan.
NOTE:Loose the propeller fan in the rotating direction for
removal.
When attaching the propeller fan, align the mark on the
propeller fan and the motor shaft cut section.
Set the propeller fan in position by using the cut on the
shaft and the mark on the propeller fan.
(3) Remove the screws and the outdoor fan motor and the
connectors.
Remove the outdoor fan motor.
110
Photo 4
Motor support
Propeller fan
Propeller fan
nut
Separator support plate
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OPERATING PROCEDURE
PHOTOS
4. Removing the heat exchanger and compressor
(1) Remove the screws of the rear panel. Remove the screws
of the valve bed and the valve bed. (The valve bed is fixed
by the catches on the right and left sides. Lift it to remove.)
Open the rear panel to the rear to remove.
NOTE :
All panels are fixed by catches, and must be removed by
up and down.
(2) Remove the screws of the side panel and the side panel.
(3) Remove the screws of the rear guard and the rear guard.
(4) Remove the screws of the separator support plate and
the separator support plate.
(5) Remove the screws of the motor support and the motor
support.
(6) Remove the relay panel.
Disconnect the fan motor lead wires.
(7) Remove the soundproof felt.
(8) Remove the screws of the separator and the separator.
(9) Recover gas from the refrigerant circuit.
(10) Remove the screws of the heat exchanger and the heat
exchanger.
Detach the welded part of pipe.
(11) Remove the nuts of the compressor and the compressor.
Detach the welded part of the suction pipe and the discharge
pipe.
Photo 5
Screws
Rear
panel
Side
panel
Screws
Rear guard
Heat exchanger
Photo 6
Accumulator
NOTE
● Before using the torch, reclaim gas from the pipes until the
pressure gauge shows 0 PSIG.
● Use the torch under the condition that gas can be recovered
even when the inner pressure rises by heat.
● Reclaim all refrigerant in an environmentally acceptable manner.
Photo 7
Service port
Stop valve
Compressor
Sound proof
felt
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OUTDOOR UNIT
OPERATING PROCEDURE
PHOTOS
1.Removing the compressor
(1)Remove the screws of the service panel, and remove it.
Recover refrigerant gas.
(2)Remove the screws of the top panel , and remove it.
(3)Remove the screws of the front panel , and remove it.
(4)Disconnect the compressor lead wire.(TAB64,TAB65,TAB66)
(5)Disconnect the outdoor electronic control P.C. board
connectors CN791, CN792, CN793, CN794, CN662,
CN722, and CN661.Disconnect the noise filter P.C. board
connectors CN913.
(6)Remove the four screws of the electrical parts , and remove
them.
(7)Remove the propeller.
(8)Remove the screws of the separator, and remove it.
(9)Detach the brazed joints of the compressor suction and discharge pipes.(See Photo 3.)
(10)Remove the three compressor nuts and remove the compressor.
Photo 1
Top panel
Service panel
Front
panel
Photo 2
Control P.C.board
Photo 3
Terminal
Separator
Discharge pipe
brazed part
Suction pipe
brazed part
2.Removing the fan motor
(1)Remove the top panel(five screws),the service panel(four
screws),and the front panel (two screws).(See Photo 1.)
(2)Disconnect the connector CN911 on the outdoor controller
board.
(3)Remove the propeller.
(4)Remove the fan motor.
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Electrical parts
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OPERATING PROCEDURE
PHOTOS
3.Removing the 4-way valve
(1)Remove the screws of the top panel , and remove it.
(See Photo 1.)
(2)Remove the service panel,rear panel,and connect cover
panel.Recover refrigerant gas.
(3)Remove the electrical parts.(See Photo 2.)
(4)Detach the brazed joint of 4-way valve and pipe.
(See Photo 4.)
Photo 4
4 way valve
R. V. coil
Brazing area
4.Removing the linear expansion valve
(1)Remove the service panel.(See Photo 1.)
(Gas recover is not required if the unit is pumped down.)
(2)Remove the coil of linear expansion valve.(See Photo 5.)
(3)Detach the brazed joint of linear expansion valve and pipe.
Photo 5
LEV coils
5.Removing the reactor
(1)Remove the five screws of the top panel , and remove it.
(See Photo 1.)
(2)Disconnect the reactor lead wire.
(3)Remove the two screws of the reactor , and take it out.
Linear
expansion
valves
Photo 6
Reactor
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PARTS LIST
MSH09TW (W) MSH09TW - U1 (W)
14-1. INDOOR UNIT STRUCTURAL PARTS
14-2. ACCESSORY AND
REMOTE CONTROLLER
10
1
11
2
3
4
9
5
Optional parts
(See page 126.)
6
7
8
14-1. INDOOR UNIT STRUCTURAL PARTS
Q'ty/unit
Symbol
NO.
Part No.
Part Name
in Wiring
Diagram
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
E02
E02
E02
E02
E02
E02
E02
E02
E02
408
409
409
424
409
424
408
408
409
970
234
976
000
067
010
142
100
975
INSTALLATION PLATE
BOX(W)
CORNER BOX LEFT (W)
FRONT PANEL ASSEMBLY(W)
SCREW CAP(W)
GRILLE(W)
CATCH (W)
AIR FILTER
CORNER BOX RIGHT (W)
MSH09TW
(W)
MSH09TW- U1
(W)
1
1
1
1
2
1
3
2
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
3
2
1
1
1
1
1
14-2. ACCESSORY AND REMOTE CONTROLLER
10 E02 545 426 REMOTE CONTROLLER
11 E02 527 083 REMOTE CONTROLLER HOLDER
114
Remarks
Including 5,6,7
2PCS/SET
3PCS/SET
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MSH09TW (W) MSH09TW - U1 (W)
14-3. INDOOR UNIT ELECTRICAL PARTS
AND FUNCTIONAL PARTS
1
17
14-4. INDOOR UNIT HEAT EXCHANGER
19
16
2
3
15
SLEEVE
BEARING
4
ROOM TEMPERATURE
THERMISTOR
18
5
13
6
11
12
7
FUSE
8
VARISTOR
9
14
10
20
21
14-3. INDOOR UNIT ELECTRICAL PARTS AND FUNCTIONAL PARTS
Part numbers that are circled are not shown in the illustration.
Symbol
NO.
Part No.
Part Name
in Wiring
Diagram
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
E02
E02
E02
E02
E02
E02
E02
E02
E02
E02
E02
E02
E02
E02
E02
E02
E02
E02
408
408
001
408
409
409
409
268
268
408
408
541
268
545
545
151
408
408
302
509
504
702
235
040
041
382
385
034
303
308
300
452
375
505
307
333
LINE FLOW FAN
BEARING MOUNT
SLEEVE BEARING
DRAIN HOSE
NOZZLE(W)
VANE UPPER (W)
VANE LOWER (W)
FUSE
F11
VARISTOR
NR11
VANE CRANK SET
VANE MOTOR
MV
ROOM TEMPERATURE THERMISTOR RT11
INDOOR FAN MOTOR
MF
ELECTRONIC CONTROL P.C. BOARD
TERMINAL BLOCK
TB
FAN MOTOR RUBBER MOUNT
INDOOR COIL THERMISTOR
RT12
MOTOR BAND
Q'ty/unit
MSH09TW
(W)
MSH09TW- U1
(W)
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Remarks
250V/3A
RC4W19AUTO RESTART
2PCS/SET
14-4. INDOOR UNIT HEAT EXCHANGER
19 E02 408 620 INDOOR HEAT EXCHANGER
20 E02 151 667 UNION(LIQUID)
21 E02 151 666 UNION(GAS)
115
{ 1/4
{ 3/8
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14-5. OUTDOOR UNIT STRUCTURAL PARTS, ELECTRICAL PARTS
AND FUNCTIONAL PARTS
21
20
1
2
17
3
19 17
18
4
A
B
5
6
116
7
8
9
10 11
12
13 14
15
16
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14-5. OUTDOOR UNIT STRUCTURAL PARTS, ELECTRICAL PARTS AND
FUNCTIONAL PARTS
Part numbers that are circled are not shown in the illustration.
Symbol
NO.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
Part No.
E02
E02
E02
E02
E02
E02
E02
E02
E02
E02
E02
E02
E02
E02
E02
E02
E02
E02
E02
E02
E02
E02
E02
E02
E02
E02
E07
E02
E02
E02
E02
E02
E02
E02
E02
E02
E02
E02
E02
E02
E02
E02
E02
E02
E02
E02
336
442
812
336
336
336
545
547
442
336
075
289
282
339
340
339
340
139
545
546
480
481
545
543
545
541
001
545
547
282
545
546
547
550
289
156
340
515
442
282
128
474
013
282
154
290
297
630
630
232
521
501
301
301
515
506
506
900
900
290
290
661
661
662
374
374
374
374
353
353
233
245
641
490
490
961
451
451
451
451
310
936
936
937
936
383
383
642
382
385
642
309
Q'ty/unit
in Wiring MUH09 MUH09 MUH12 MUH12 MUH12
Diagram TW TW - U1 TN TN - U1 TN - U2
1
1
1
1
1
TOP PANEL
1
1
1
1
OUTDOOR HEAT EXCHANGER
1
OUTDOOR HEAT EXCHANGER
1
1
1
1
1
CABINET
1
1
1
1
1
GRILLE
1
1
PROPELLER FAN
1
1
1
OUTDOOR FAN MOTOR
MF
1
1
1
1
1
OUTDOOR FAN MOTOR
MF
1
1
1
1
1
MOTOR SUPPORT
3
3
COMPRESSOR RUBBER SET
3
3
3
COMPRESSOR RUBBER SET
1
1
COMPRESSOR
MC
1
1
1
COMPRESSOR
MC
1
1
BASE
1
1
1
BASE
1
1
STOP VALVE(GAS)
1
1
1
STOP VALVE(GAS)
1
1
1
1
1
STOP VALVE(LIQUID)
1
1
TERMINAL BLOCK
TB2
1
1
TERMINAL BLOCK
TB1
1
1
1
TERMINAL BLOCK
TB2
1
1
1
TERMINAL BLOCK
TB1
1
1
COMPRESSOR CAPACITOR
C1
1
1
1
COMPRESSOR CAPACITOR
C1
1
1
1
1
1
BACK PANEL
1
1
1
1
1
SERVICE PANEL
2
2
2
2
2
SERVICE PORT
1
1
R.V. COIL
21S4
1
1
1
R.V. COIL
21S4
1
1
1
1
1
4-WAY VALVE
1
DEICER P.C. BOARD
1
DEICER P.C. BOARD
1
DEICER P.C. BOARD
1
1
DEICER P.C. BOARD
1
1
1
1
1
DEFROST THERMISTOR
RT61
2
2
2
2
2
CAPILLARY TUBE CT1 (MSH09/12)
1
1
CAPILLARY TUBE CT2 (MSH09)
1
1
CAPILLARY TUBE CT3 (MSH09)
1
1
1
CAPILLARY TUBE CT2 (MSH12)
1
1
DSAR
SURGE ABSORBER
1
1
1
DSAR
SURGE ABSORBER
1
1
1
1
1
FUSIBLE PLUG
1
1
1
1
1
F61
FUSE
1
1
1
1
1
NR61
VARISTOR
1
1
CHECK VALVE
1
1
1
RT63
AMBIENT TEMPERATURE THERMISTOR
Part Name
117
Remarks
RA6W21RA6N323RUBBERS/SET
3RUBBERS/SET
RH140WGJT
RH189NHDT
{ 3/8
{ 1/2
{ 1/4
4P FIGUREA
3P FIGUREB
4P FIGUREA
4P FIGUREA
70+/220VAC
30+/370VAC
{ 0.12✕{ 0.055✕19-11/16
{ 0.12✕{ 0.063✕17-11/16
{ 0.12✕{ 0.063✕31-1/2
{ 0.12✕{ 0.071✕11-13/16
2A
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MSH15TN (W)
MSH17TN (W)
14-6. INDOOR
Page 118
MSH12TN - U1 (W)
MSH15TN - U1 (W)
MSH17TN - U1 (W)
UNIT STRUCTURAL PARTS
14-7. ACCESSORY AND
REMOTE CONTROLLER
1
8
9
2
3
Optional parts
(See page 126.)
4
5
6
14-6. INDOOR UNIT STRUCTURAL PARTS
Part number that is circled is not shown in the illustration.
Q'ty/unit
MSH MSH MSH MSH MSH MSH
in Wiring 12TN 12TN 15TN 15TN 17TN 17TN
- U1
- U1
- U1
Diagram (W) (W) (W) (W) (W) (W)
Symbol
NO.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Part No.
E02
E02
E02
E02
E02
E02
E02
141
143
138
138
143
141
470
970
234
000
010
067
100
007
Part Name
INSTALLATION PLATE
BOX(W)
FRONT PANEL ASSEMBLY(W)
GRILLE(W)
SCREW CAP(W)
AIR FILTER
LAMP PANEL(W)
1
1
1
1
3
2
1
1
1
1
1
3
2
1
1
1
1
1
3
2
1
1
1
1
1
3
2
1
1
1
1
1
3
2
1
1
1
1
1
3
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
14-7. ACCESSORY AND REMOTE CONTROLLER
8
9
E02 545 426 REMOTE CONTROLLER
E02 527 083 REMOTE CONTROLLER HOLDER
118
Remarks
Including 4,5
3PCS/SET
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MSH15TN (W) MSH15TN - U1 (W)
MSH17TN (W) MSH17TN - U1 (W)
14-8. INDOOR UNIT ELECTRICAL PARTS
AND FUNCTIONAL PARTS
2
1
14-9. INDOOR UNIT HEAT EXCHANGER
14
15
23
SLEEVE
BEARING
3
18
4
5
13
10
17
6
16
12
INDOOR COIL
THERMISTOR
7
8
9
11
ROOM
TEMPERATURE
THERMISTOR
25
24
14-8. INDOOR UNIT ELECTRICAL PARTS AND FUNCTIONAL PARTS
Part numbers that are circled are not shown in the illustration.
Symbol
NO.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
Part No.
E02
E02
E02
E02
E02
E02
E02
E02
E02
E02
E02
E02
E02
E02
E02
E02
E02
E02
E02
E02
E02
E02
E02
E02
E02
141
001
141
494
408
143
143
141
138
289
138
141
282
283
284
001
138
138
542
270
272
270
268
268
475
302
504
509
512
702
235
040
303
307
375
308
468
450
450
450
505
329
333
541
300
300
452
382
385
383
Part Name
LINE FLOW FAN
SLEEVE BEARING
BEARING MOUNT
BEARING SUPPORT
DRAIN HOSE
NOZZLE(W)
VANE(W)
VANE MOTOR
INDOOR COIL THERMISTOR
TERMINAL BLOCK
ROOM TEMPERATURE THERMISTOR
RECEIVER P.C. BOARD
ELECTRONIC CONTROL P.C. BOARD
ELECTRONIC CONTROL P.C. BOARD
ELECTRONIC CONTROL P.C. BOARD
FAN MOTOR RUBBER MOUNT
DISPLAY P.C. BOARD
MOTOR BAND ASSEMBLY
WATER CUT
INDOOR FAN MOTOR
INDOOR FAN MOTOR
AUTO RESTART ASSEMBLY
FUSE
VARISTOR
SURGE ABSORBER
Q'ty/unit
MSH
MSH
MSH MSH MSH
MSH
in Wiring
12TN 12TN 15TN 15TN 17TN 17TN
Diagram
- U1
- U1
- U1
(W) (W) (W) (W) (W) (W)
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
MV
1
1
1
1
1
1
RT12
1
1
1
1
1
1
TB
1
1
1
1
1
1
RT11
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
MF
1
1
1
1
MF
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
F11
1
1
1
1
1
1
NR11
1
1
1
1
1
1
DSAR
1
1
1
1
1
1
Remarks
2PCS/SET
RA4W18RA4W23250V/3A
14-9. INDOOR UNIT HEAT EXCHANGER
23 E02 141
24 E02 138
E02 179
25
E02 138
620
667
667
666
1
1
1
INDOOR HEAT EXCHANGER
UNION(LIQUID)
UNION(GAS)
UNION(GAS)
119
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
{1/4
{1/2
{5/8
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14-10. OUTDOOR UNIT
STRUCTURAL PARTS, ELECTRICAL PARTS AND FUNCTIONAL PARTS
20 19
18
17
16
1
15
2
14
3
4
5
120
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
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14-10. OUTDOOR UNIT
STRUCTURAL PARTS, ELECTRICAL PARTS AND FUNCTIONAL PARTS
Part numbers that are circled are not shown in the illustration.
NO.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
Part No.
E02
E02
E02
E02
E02
E02
E02
E02
E02
E02
E02
E02
E02
E02
E02
E02
E02
E02
E02
E02
E07
E02
E02
E02
E02
E02
E02
E02
E02
E02
E02
E02
E02
475
141
141
283
812
141
496
271
075
474
156
150
139
270
282
543
480
481
480
481
001
440
270
282
282
282
238
172
466
013
282
154
285
233
232
521
630
630
501
515
900
506
642
290
661
662
245
961
353
374
374
451
451
641
310
301
340
937
936
936
490
383
382
385
642
309
Q'ty/unit
Symbol
in Wiring
MUH15TN
Diagram MUH15TN MUH15TN
- U2
- U1
BACK PANEL
1
1
1
CABINET
1
1
1
GRILLE
1
1
1
OUTDOOR HEAT EXCHANGER
1
1
OUTDOOR HEAT EXCHANGER
1
PROPELLER FAN
1
1
1
MOTOR SUPPORT
1
1
1
COMPRESSOR
1
MC
1
1
COMPRESSOR RUBBER SET
3
3
3
FUSIBLE PLUG
1
1
1
BASE
1
1
1
STOP VALVE(GAS)
1
1
1
STOP VALVE(LIQUID)
1
1
1
SERVICE PANEL
1
1
1
4-WAY VALVE
1
1
1
COMPRESSOR CAPACITOR
1
C1
1
1
TERMINAL BLOCK
1
TB2
1
1
TERMINAL BLOCK
1
TB1
1
1
DEICER P.C. BOARD
1
DEICER P.C. BOARD
1
1
SERVICE PORT
2
2
2
DEFROST THERMISTOR
1
RT61
1
1
OUTDOOR FAN MOTOR
1
MF
1
1
COMPRESSOR CONTACTOR
1
52C
1
1
CAPILLARY TUBE CT2
1
1
1
CAPILLARY TUBE CT1
2
2
2
CAPILLARY TUBE CT3
1
1
1
R.V. COIL
1
21S4
1
1
SURGE ABSORBER
1
DSAR
1
1
FUSE
1
F61
1
1
VARISTOR
1
NR61
1
1
CHECK VALVE
1
1
1
AMBIENT TEMPERATURE THERMISTOR RT63
1
1
Remarks
Part Name
121
RH207NHDT
3RUBBERS/SET
{5/8
{1/4
30+/370VAC
4P
4P
RA6N50{0.12✕{0.079✕7-7/8
{0.12✕{0.055✕11-13/16
{0.12✕{0.079✕23-5/8
2A
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MUH17TN MUH17TN - U1
14-11. OUTDOOR UNIT STRUCTURAL PARTS, ELECTRICAL PARTS
AND FUNCTIONAL PARTS
17
18
16
1
6
2
30
3
29
15
28
27
4
14
26
13
5
6
12
19 20
25
21
22 23 24
11
7
10
6
8
122
9
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MUH17TN MUH17TN - U1
14-11. OUTDOOR UNIT STRUCTURAL PARTS, ELECTRICAL PARTS
AND FUNCTIONAL PARTS
Part numbers that are circled are not shown in the illustration.
NO.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
Part No.
E02
E02
E02
E02
E02
E07
E02
E02
E07
E02
E02
E02
E02
E02
E02
E02
E02
E02
E02
E02
E02
E02
E02
E02
E02
E02
E02
E02
E07
E07
E02
E02
E02
E02
E02
E02
E02
214
287
284
214
214
001
549
214
001
480
481
282
128
544
480
481
214
605
214
284
284
527
075
272
549
527
214
474
012
001
172
282
138
257
013
282
214
297
309
630
501
232
009
521
245
006
374
374
340
383
353
451
451
522
523
249
301
290
515
506
900
662
661
310
642
641
641
490
961
936
936
382
385
642
Part Name
TOP PANEL
AMBIENT TEMPERATURE THERMISTOR
OUTDOOR HEAT EXCHANGER
PROPELLER FAN
CABINET
HANDLE
FAN GUARD
SERVICE PANEL
COVER PANEL
TERMINAL BLOCK
TERMINAL BLOCK
COMPRESSOR CONTACTOR
SURGE ABSORBER
COMPRESSOR CAPACITOR
DEICER P.C. BOARD
DEICER P.C. BOARD
REAR PANEL
REAR GUARD
SIDE PANEL
OUTDOOR FAN MOTOR
BASE
MOTOR SUPPORT
COMPRESSOR RUBBER SET
COMPRESSOR
STOP VALVE(LIQUID)
STOP VALVE(GAS)
DEFROST THERMISTOR
FUSIBLE PLUG
SERVICE PORT
SERVICE PORT
R.V. COIL
4-WAY VALVE
CAPILLARY TUBE CT2
CAPILLARY TUBE CT3
FUSE
VARISTOR
CHECK VALVE
Symbol
in Wiring
Diagram
Q'ty/unit
Remarks
MUH17TN
MUH17TN- U1
1
1
1
1
1
1
3
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
RT63
TB2
TB1
52C
DSAR
C1
MF
MC
RT61
21S4
F61
NR61
123
1
1
1
3
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
3
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
3
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
4P
4P
35+/370VAC
RA6N85-
3RUBBERS/SET
RH231NHDT
{1/4
{5/8
{0.12✕{0.079✕27-9/16
{0.12✕{0.079✕9-13/16
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MXZ30TN MXZ30TN2
14-12. OUTDOOR UNIT FUNCTIONAL PARTS
1
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
2
5
4
3
Part numbers that are circled are not shown in the illustration.
Symbol
No.
Parts No.
Parts Name
in Wiring
Diagram
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
M21 17A 501 PROPELLER FAN
M21 17E 337 REACTOR
L
T2W E88 451 ELECTRONIC CONTROL P.C. BOARD
T2W E88 424 NOISE FILTER P.C. BOARD
Remarks
MXZ30TN
MXZ30TN2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
T2W G07 424 NOISE FILTER P.C. BOARD
T2W E88 376 TERMINAL BLOCK
1
T2W E88 308 FIN TEMPERATURE THERMISTOR
M21 42A 340 RELAY
T2W E70 308 THERMISTOR SET
T2W E88 375 TERMINAL BLOCK
10 T2W 827 389 R. V. COIL
11 T2W E88 307 GAS PIPE TEMPERATURE THERMISTOR
12
Q'ty / unit
TB3
3
3
RT65
1
1
X64
1
1
RT61, 62, 63
1
1
TB2
1
1
21S4
1
1
RT66,67,68
1
1
R
1
M21 17A 362 RESISTOR
T2W G01 362 RESISTOR
R
13 T2W E40 357 POWER FACTOR CAPACITOR
14 T2W E40 356 SMOOTHING CAPACITOR
15 M21 17A 443 DIODE MODULE
16 M21 17A 447 DIODE STACK
17 T2W E88 452 I.P.M P.C. BOARD
18 T2W E79 301 OUTDOOR FAN MOTOR
A,B,C
1
C61
1
1
220+ 400V
C62,C63
2
2
2500+ 400V
DS61
1
1
DS62
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
MF61
19 T2W E40 441 RELAY P.C. BOARD
20 T2W E88 382 FUSE
F801,F911
21 T2W E88 313 FUSE&VARISTOR
F912,NR63
124
EVAPORATION
DISCHARGE, DEFROST
1
250V 3.15A
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MXZ30TN MXZ30TN2
14-13. OUTDOOR UNIT STRUCTURAL PARTS
18 17 16
1
15
14 13
12
11
10
Part numbers that are circled
are not shown in the illustration.
No.
Parts No.
2
3
4
Parts Name
5
6
7
8
Symbol
Q'ty / unit
in Wiring
MXZ30TN
Diagram
MXZ30TN2
9
Remarks
1
M21 AS2 232 FRONT PANEL
1
2
M21 17A 245 SERVICE PANEL
1
3
T92 500 800 COMPRESSOR
4
T2W E79 290 BASE ASSEMBLY
5
T2W E95 653 LEV COIL
LEV C
1
C room
6
T2W E95 651 LEV COIL
LEV A
1
A room
7
T2W E95 652 LEV COIL
LEV B
1
B room
8
M21 42E 644 UNION
1
1/2,3/8,1/4 SET
9
T2W E40 247 PIPE COVER
1
MC
1
THV-247FBA
1
10 T2W E88 248 REAR PANEL
1
11 M21 48A 961 4-WAY VALVE
1
12 T2W E88 646 HIGH PRESSURE SWITCH
63H1
1
13 T7W 973 507 FUSIBLE PLUG
1
14 M21 B90 641 SERVICE PORT
2
15 M21 17A 297 TOP PANEL
1
16 T2W E40 523 REAR GUARD
1
17 M21 42E 630 HEAT EXCHANGER
1
18 M21 17A 249 SIDE PANEL
1
2.75MPa(28kg/cm3)
1
3.43MPa(35kg/cm3)
20 M21 986 936 CAPILLARY TUBE CT3,4,5(O.D. 0.157OI.D. 0.094O78.74)
3
O.D. 0.157OI.D. 0.094O15.75
21 M21 LV0 936 CAPILLARY TUBE SET CT6,7,8(O.D. 0.12OI.D. 0.079O7.87)
4
O.D. 0.12OI.D. 0.079O7.87 4PCS/SET
22 T2W E70 936 CAPILLARY TUBE CT1,2 (O.D. 0.078OI.D. 0.024O29.53)
2
23 T2W E95 655 EXPANSION VALVE
3
19 T2W E88 647 HIGH PRESSURE SWITCH
63H2
When servicing , cut the tube to the proper length as shown in the REFRIGERANT SYSTEM DIAGRAM.
See page 53.
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OPTIONAL PARTS
15-1. REFRIGERANT PIPES
,,
The air conditioner has flared connections its on indoor and outdoor sides.
Please use the optional extension pipe as follows.
Model
MSH09TW MSH09TW - U1
MUH09TW MUH09TW - U1
MSH12TN MSH12TN - U1
MUH12TN MUH12TN - U1
MUH12TN - U2
MSH15TN MSH15TN - U1
MUH15TN MUH15TN - U1
MUH15TN - U2
MSH17TN MSH17TN - U1
MUH17TN MUH17TN - U1
Part No.
Pipe length
MAC-645PI
MAC-646PI
MAC-647PI
MAC-648PI
MAC-649PI
MAC-660PI-US
MAC-661PI-US
MAC-662PI-US
MAC-663PI-US
MAC-664PI-US
MAC-725PI
MAC-726PI
MAC-727PI
MAC-728PI
MAC-729PI
10ft.
16ft.
23ft.
33ft.
49ft.
10ft.
16ft.
23ft.
33ft.
49ft.
10ft.
16ft.
23ft.
33ft.
49ft.
15-2. AIR CLEANING FILTER
Crosssection
Pipe size
A-Gas(in.)
B-Liquid(in.)
Additional
refrigerant
Insulation charge
Outside Wall Outside Wall
(in.)
R22(oz.)
diameter thickness diameter thickness
0
3/8
C 1-3/8
0.03
4.29
12.86
1/4
1/2
0.03
C 1-7/32
D 1-1/16
0.04
C 1-11/32
D 1-1/16
5/8
0
4.29
12.86
0
4.29
12.86
● AIR CLEANING FILTER removes fine dust of 0.01 micron from air by means of static electricity.
● Normal life of AIR CLEANING FILTER is 4 months. However, when it becomes dirty, replace it as soon as possible.
● Clogged AIR CLEANING FILTER may reduce the air conditioner capacity or cause frost on the air outlet.
● DO NOT reuse AIR CLEANING FILTER even if it is washed.
● DO NOT remove or attach AIR CLEANING FILTER during unit operation.
Model
MSH09TW MSH09TW - U1
MSH12TN MSH15TN MSH17TN
MSH12TN - U1 MSH15TN - U1 MSH17TN - U1
Part No.
MAC-1300FT
MAC-1100FT
Air cleanig filter (White bellows type)
15-3. DEODORIZING FILTER
● DEODORIZING FILTER removes ammonia and hydrogen sulphide emitted from tobacco, and odor of pets.
● Clean DEODORIZING FILTER every two weeks. If the filter is particularly dirty, clean the filter more often.
● For cleaning, soak the filter in warm water for a while, and then wash and rinse it. Dry the filter in the shade
thoroughly.
● When the filter color is still dark even after cleaning, replace the filter with a new one.
Replace the filter at least once a year.
Model
MSH09TW MSH09TW - U1
MSH12TN MSH15TN MSH17TN
MSH12TN - U1 MSH15TN - U1 MSH17TN - U1
Part No.
MAC-1800DF
MAC-1600DF
Deodorizing filter (Gray sponge type)
● DEODORIZING FILTER and AIR CLEANING FILTER can be attached on either side.
15-4. Different-diameter pipe
MXZ30TN
MXZ30TN2
For differentdiameter
pipes
Model name
Model code
Connected
pipes diameter
Size
A
Size
B
Size
C
MAC-454JP
51H-454
3/8 - 1/2
3/8
1/2
2 3/4
MAC-455JP
51H-455
1/2 - 3/8
1/2
3/8
2 9/16
MAC-456JP
516456
1/2 - 5/8
1/2
5/8
2 5/8
126
Unit : inch
A
B
C
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TM
HEAD OFFICE: MITSUBISHI DENKI BLDG., 2-2-3, MARUNOUCHI, CHIYODA-KU, TOKYO100-8310, JAPAN
C Copyright 2001 MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC ENGINEERING CO.,LTD
Distributed in Dec. 2003. No.OB275 REVISED EDITION D 7
Distributed in Feb. 2003. No.OB275 REVISED EDITION C 17
Distributed in Sep. 2002. No.OB275 REVISED EDITION B 23
Distributed in May. 2002. No.OB275 REVISED EDITION A 23
Distributed in May. 2001. No.OB275 23
Made in Japan
New publication, effective Dec. 2003
Specifications subject to change without notice.