SiENBE81-623A Service Manual Photocatalytic Air Purifiers SiENBE81-623A Air Purifiers MC707VM-S MC707VM-W 1.Introduction ......................................................................................................2 2.Precautions for Use..........................................................................................8 2.1 Required Conditions ............................................................................8 2.2 Applicable Room Area .........................................................................8 3.Specifications ...................................................................................................9 3.1 Specifications ......................................................................................9 3.2 Dimensions ........................................................................................10 3.3 Wiring Diagram ..................................................................................11 3.4 Packaging Drawing ............................................................................12 4.Operation Manual...........................................................................................13 4.1 Safety Precautions ............................................................................13 4.2 Names and Operation of each Part ...................................................14 4.3 Preparation before Operation ............................................................16 4.4 Care and Cleaning .............................................................................19 4.5 Troubleshooting .................................................................................27 5.Optional Accessories .....................................................................................28 5.1 Dimensions ........................................................................................28 6.Troubleshooting .............................................................................................29 6.1 Basic Inspection ................................................................................29 6.2 Troubleshooting .................................................................................30 7.Removal Procedure .......................................................................................35 7.1 Removal of the Front Panel / Filters ..................................................35 7.2 Removal of Streamer Electric Discharge Unit ...................................44 7.3 Removal of lonizing Wire ...................................................................46 7.4 Removal of Fan Motor .......................................................................48 7.5 Removal of Electrical Box / PCB .......................................................52 Photocatalytic Air Purifiers 1 Introduction SiENBE81-623A 1. Introduction Photocatalytic Air Purifier flash streamer 06CJG-2 Daikin's original electro-discharge streamer technology is used for powerful decomposition and removal efficiency in the flash streamer air purifiers we are marketing globally. Totally differentiated from the competition, our technology and performance are available nowhere else. World’s first World’s first World’s first Flash streamer NEW Titanium Apatite Photocatalytic Filter Bio-antibody filter NEW Allergen Allergen total total removal removal Powerful Powerful deodorizing deodorizing Powerful bacteria removal Air purifier with renewed design for performance and beauty. 06CJG-3 Flash streamer is the electro-discharge used in our air purifier that decomposes (oxidizes) more than 1,000 times more than glow discharge*. Streamer discharge Area high-speed electrons are generated What is Flash Streamer? Flash Streamer is a unique technology developed by Daikin. The Flash Streamer releases streams of high-speed electrons with strong oxidation power. *Glow discharge: The most common type of plasma that is used by a plasma ionizer, etc., for electrostatic dust collection. 06CJG-4 2 Photocatalytic Air Purifiers SiENBE81-623A Introduction NEW Daikin original Flash streamer discharge unit NEW Prefilter Bio-antibody (with filter catechin) Plasma ionizer NEW Streamer space NEW Titanium Electrostatic Streamer Apatite dust deodorizing Photocatalytic collection catalyst Filter filter 06CJG-5 Decomposition is continuous Formaldehyde concentration in room (ppm) When formaldehyde’s concentration of 0.2*2 ppmis continually emanated Operation start *2 Without Flash streamer *1 With Flash streamer Running time (mins.) Test conditions: Air flow: 420m3/h.; Test room: approx. 9.6 m2 (Compliant with Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport (Japan) guideline.*) *Tentative WG guideline based on Ministry of Land, Infrastructureand Transport (Japan) sick house evaluation method. *2 0.2 ppm = average of amount of formaldehyde released in newly built home and formaldehyde released from furniture, etc. Differing from transitory pollutants such as cigarette smoke, the removal of formaldehyde is considered more difficult because it continually emanates. Flash streamer makes removal possible. 06CJG-6 With WithTitanium TitaniumApatite ApatitePhotocatalytic PhotocatalyticFilter, Filter, Flash Flashstreamer, streamer, and andBio-antibody Bio-antibody filter, filter, Mites Pollen Mold and others Removal al of allergens Powerful deodorizing Allergen total removal Removal of Diesel exhaust adjuvants ad particles Exhaust gas VOC and others Powerful bacteria removal 06CJG-7 Photocatalytic Air Purifiers 3 Introduction SiENBE81-623A Adjuvants are substances included in air pollutants such as exhaust gas that, when inhaled along with allergens, make one's allergy symptoms worsen. Allergy symptoms worsen. Adjuvant Allergens Adjuvant Mites Pollen Mold and others Diesel Diesel exhaust(DPE) exhaust(DPE) Diesel exhaust particles Exhaust gas (NOx, formaldehyde, etc.) VOC (toluene,xylene, etc.) and others Allergens Pollen Only flash streamer removes adjuvants. 06CJG-8 Powerfully breaks down odors in 3 stages! Odor molecules Electrostatic dust collection filter Purified air Plasma ionizer deodorizing efficiency efficiency 95%% deodorizing Flash streamer Flash streamer X Titanium Apatite Photocatalytic Filter Flash streamer X Streamer deodorizing catalyst 06CJG-9 Disinfection Titanium Apatite Photocatalyst Almost all removed after 24 hrs. The Flash Streamer further activates the photocatalyst! 06CJG-10 4 Photocatalytic Air Purifiers SiENBE81-623A Introduction NEW Bio-Antibody Filter The Bio-Antibody filter works in the same way as the influenza vaccination. It removes viruses in about 1 minute. • The Bio-Antibody filter is usable for one year after opening. • Replacement for subsequent years will be available. • Operation will not be adversely affected if the Bio-Antibody filter is not used. • Effective for 3 years from date of manufacture. 06CJG-11 Catechin Pre-Filter The pre-filter not only catches large dust particles, pet hairs, etc., but also removes germs attached to them by means of the catechincomponent. What is Catechin? 06CJG-12 Purifies with large air flow Guideline purification times High power 420m /h. 3 Powerful 4-directional suction is used to reach every corner of the room. Odors, dust, bacteria and formaldehyde are relentlessly sucked in from above, left, right, and front. 420m3/h. high-power suction! Area (m2) Time (min.) 7 Purified in 7minutes Suction of room air takes about 2.5 minutes. 9 Purified in 8 minutes Suction of room air takes about 3 minutes. 13 Purified in 10 minutes Suction of room air takes about 4 minutes. 23 Purified in 17 minutes Suction of room air takes about 7.5 minutes. (Results based on testing carried out in accordance with Japan Electrical Manufacturers Association JEM1467 standard.) 06CJG-13 Photocatalytic Air Purifiers 5 Introduction SiENBE81-623A Designed to be quiet A mere 31 dB even in M mode (standard mode). It's as quiet as a whisper. Top-ranking silent operation is achieved by Daikin's original shroud fan and a low-pressure-loss filter. Operation sound and air flow Operation sound (dB) Airflow (m3/h) Quiet Low noise 16 dB in LL mode 60 Noise level of 40 dB is that of a library. 24 dB in L mode 120 With this air purifier silence is kept even in standard mode! 31 dB in M mode 180 38 dB in H mode 285 Operation sound is kept below 47dB even at maximum air flow of 420 m3/h. (HH mode). 06CJG-14 7-year pleated filter Comes with 7 pleated filters Operation is economical since the air purifier comes with 7 filters. You won't need to buy filters for 7 years. Also, since the filter is replaced each year, filter efficiency will not drop. Easy filter storage! Unused filters can be stowed neatly inside the unit. 06CJG-15 Control the numerous features with the easy-to-use remote control. Antitamper lock It prevents small children from mishandling. TURBO mode This convenient mode provides high-power operation. Off timer The remote control can be set to turn off the unit after 1, 2 or 4 hours. Pollen mode By creating a gentle turbulence in the room air, pollen is caught before it lands on the floor. Negative ions The large air flow fills the entire room, corner to corner, with freshened air. Remote control storage space The remote control stores neatly in the top of the unit. Display adjustment The brightness of lamps on the indicator panel can be adjusted. 06CJG-16 6 Photocatalytic Air Purifiers SiENBE81-623A Introduction Flat panel blends with interiors and is easy to clean. Quick-wipe panel Designed for easy maintenance, a single wipe with a wet cloth is all it takes to keep it clean. 06CJG-17 Photocatalytic Air Purifiers 7 Precautions for Use SiENBE81-623A 2. Precautions for Use 2.1 Required Conditions !Ambient Temperature/Humidity Use this product under the following conditions. Operating conditions Room temperature 0°C - 32°C Room humidity 80% or less Use under other conditions may cause malfunction. !Miscellaneous •This product is for home use. Do not use for special purpose. •This product is for indoor use only. Do not use in bathroom or outdoors as it is not water/condensation proof. •Do not modify this product. 2.2 Applicable Room Area MC707VM-S MC707VM-W House less than 48m2 JEM1467 8 Photocatalytic Air Purifiers SiENBE81-623A Specifications 3. Specifications 3.1 Specifications Model MC707VM-S Type MC707VM-W Photocatalytic air purifier 1φ 220-240 / 220-230V 50 / 60Hz Power supply Sparkling silver + metallic ocean blue Color White + Sparkling silver Rated power consumption (HH/H/M/L/LL) W 55 / 23 / 14 / 10 / 8 Running current (HH/H/M/L/LL) A 0.48 / 0.22 / 0.14 / 0.10 / 0.08 Deodorizing Efficiency (JEM1467"1) % 95 Operating sound "2 (HH/H/M/L/LL) dBA 47 / 38 / 31 / 24 / 16 Sound power "2 (HH/H/M/L/LL) dBA 62 / 52 / 40 / 39 / 31 Type Fan Air flow rate (HH/H/M/L/LL) Multi blade fan (Sirocco fan with shroud assembly) m3/h Plasma ionizer (Electrostatic dust collection) + Electrostatic dust collection filter Dust collecting method Flash streamer + Titanium apatite photocatalytic filter + Deodorizing catalyst Deodorizing method Bio-antibody filter + Flash streamer + Titanium apatite photocatalytic filter Bacteria filtering method Safety switch (Operation stops when the front panel is open.) Safety device Power cord 420 / 285 / 180 / 120 / 60 m 2.0 Dimensions (H x W x D) mm 533 x 425 x 213 Package dimensions (H x W x D) mm 587 x 478 x 263 Product weight kg 8.7 Gross weight kg 11.0 Standard accessories Drawing number Operation manual (1), Wireless remote control (1), Photocatalytic pleated filter (7), Bio-antibody filter (1) 3D051236 3D051237 NOTE: "1. Deodorizing efficiency means the combined removal rate of ammonia, acetaldehyde and acetic acid after burning five cigarettes in a 1m3 airtight container and running the air purifier at rated air flow for one minute. "2. Operating sound levels are the average of values measured at 1m away from the front, left, right and top of the unit. (This equal to the value in an anechoic chamber.) The values are measured without bio-antibody filter. Photocatalytic Air Purifiers 9 Specifications 3.2 SiENBE81-623A Dimensions · Required installation space Signal Transmitter 11 8 90 Air outlet grille 100.or more MC707VM-S, MC707VM-W 500. or more 1000.or more 500. or more 52 • Dimension of remote controller Air inlet grille 1000. or more (ARC437A3) Handles 533 Air inlet grille Manufacturer's Label 1 1.3 425 2 4 1.3 213 11 Power supply cord Approx. 2.0m 3D050511 10 Photocatalytic Air Purifiers SiENBE81-623A 3.3 Specifications Wiring Diagram MC707VM-S, MC707VM-W IONIZATION PART /STREAMER PART GRN A2P BLK GRN M1F A4P NEGATIVE ION GENERATION PART 6 1 RED WHT CN1 6 A1P S1 RED S2 6 1 7 4 3 2 1 4 10 10 DC 340V OUT PS DC 15V OUT DC 12V OUT AC IN DC 5V OUT GND S11 1 1 S127 1 20 3 3 Z1C BLK F1U N=3 BLK 1 S8 2 BLU BRN POWER SUPPLY PLUG 220-240V/220-230V 50/60Hz 1 20 A3P LED8 LED9 LED10 LED11 LED12 1 20 H1O K1A A1P A2P A3P A4P F1U M1F BS1 BLU ORG BRN WHT K1A S401 10 H8P Note : 1.S,CN SHOWS A CONNECTOR 2.BS SHOWS A SWITCH. 3.SYMBOLS SHOWS AS FOLLOWS. RED:RED BLK:BLACK WHT:WHITE YLW:YELLOW GRN:GREEN BLU:BLUE PNK:PINK BRN:BROWN ORG:ORANGE MS H9P S128 H1O H10P H11P H12P LED1 LED2 LED3 LED4 LED5 LED6 LED7 LED16 LED13 LED14 LED15 LED18 LED19 H1P H6P H7P H16P H13P H14P H2P H3P BUZZER SAFETY SWITCH PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD (FOR POWER SUPPLY & CONTROL) PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD (FOR HIGH VOLTAGE POWER SUPPLY UNIT) PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD (FOR DISPLAY) DUST SENSOR FUSE (250V, 3.15A) FAN MOTOR MAIN SWITCH H4P BS2 H1P H2P H3P H4P H5P H6P H7P H8P H5P FILTER RESET SWITCH LED (AUTO OPERATION:YELLOW) LED (LL:GREEN LED (L :GREEN) LED (M :GREEN) LED (H :GREEN) LED (TURBO:GREEN) LED (POLLEN:GREEN) LED (DUST SIGN:RED) H15P H18P H19P H9P H10P )H11P H12P H13P H14P H15P H16P H17P ODOR SIGNAL SENSOR RECEIVER REMOTE CONTROL LED17 BS2 H17P BS1 LED (DUST SIGN:YELLOW) H18P LED(CLEANING OF IONIZATION PART:RED) LED (SIGN:GREEN) H19P LED (FILTER REPLACEMENT:RED) LED (ODOR SIGN:YELLOW) Z1C FERRITE CORE LED (ODOR SIGN:RED) LED (STOP TIMER(1 HOUR):YELLOW) LED (STOP TIMER(2 HOUR):YELLOW) LED (STOP TIMER(4 HOUR):YELLOW) LED (NEGATIVE ION:GREEN) LED (ANTITAMPER LOCK:ORANGE) 3D050510 Photocatalytic Air Purifiers 11 Specifications 3.4 SiENBE81-623A Packaging Drawing Packed Filter (Bio-Antibody) Filter (Pleated) Accessory kit Warranty C: 3P165820A 12 Photocatalytic Air Purifiers SiENBE81-623A Operation Manual 4. Operation Manual 4.1 Safety Precautions Safety Precautions • Keep this manual where the operator can easily find them. • Read this manual attentively before starting up the unit. • For the reason of safety the operator must read the following cautions carefully. • Do not use outdoors or where exposed to direct sunlight. Direct sunlight can weaken remote control signal reception sensitivity and discolor the casing. • Do not use near to sources of heat such as heaters. • This manual classifies precautions into WARNING and CAUTION. Be sure to follow all precautions below: they are all important for ensuring safety. Heat can discolor and deform the casing. • Keep the unit and remote control minimum 2m from WARNING If you do not follow these instructions exactly, the unit may cause property damage, personal injury or loss of life. CAUTION If you do not follow these instructions exactly, the unit may cause minor or moderate property damage or personal injury. Never do. Be sure to follow the instructions. Never touch the air purifier (including the remote control) with a wet hand. Never cause the air purifier (including the remote control) to get wet. • • • • lighting, TVs, radios, stereos and aerials. This unit can disturb TV pictures and generate interference. Illumination can weaken remote control signal reception sensitivity and discolor the casing. Do not use in the place of kitchen fans or cooker hood fans. Adverse conditions of use can shorten service-life of the prelilter and ion filter, as well as lead to equipment damage. Prevent combustibles (hair sprays, etc.), sparks and incenfrom being drawn into the unit. Such substances can cause fire. Do not insert fingers or foreign objects into the inlet or outlet openings. Electric shock or damage may occur. There exists a danger of hands getting caught in the motor and causing injury. The appliance is not intended for use by young children or pets without supervision. • Young children or pets should be supervised to ensure that they do not play with the appliance. • When using pesticides of an indoor fumigation type (fume • Do not use the power cable if it is damaged. Using a damaged power cable is extremely hazardous; if the power cord becomes damaged, you must obtain a replacement from the manufacturer or from a properly-authorized service agent. Do not attempt replacement yourself. • Do not disassemble, remodel or attempt to service this equipment. Unwarranted tampering can lead to fire and/or malfunction. • Do not operate with wet hands. Electric shock may occur. • Do not use power supplies other than the rated supplies Fire or electric shock may occur. • • • • Do not damage the electrical power cord, construct • • • • • anything, or forcibly bend, stretch or twist the cord. Do not set heavy items on the cord or place the cord between items. If the electrical power cord is damaged, fire or electric shock may occur. Before changing filters, cleaning the equipment or moving it, turn it OFF and unplug the power cable. Working with power ON can lead to fire and/or electric shock. Do not use the power cable if damaged or loose in the socket. Using the power cable in anything but proper working condition can lead to short-circuits and subsequently electric shock and/or fire. Do not use in humid places or places which might be wet, such as bathrooms. Contact with water can lead to electric shock or damage the equipment. Do not use where oil components, such as machine oil, are floating around. There is the danger of cracking, electric shock or combustion. Do not wet the air outlet or the main unit. It may cause fire or electric shock. • Do not use in locations where there is a large amount fsoot, such as a kitchen or locations where there combustible gas, corrosive gas or metallic dust is present. Fire or malfunction may occur. CAUTION • • • • release), stop the operation of the air purifier to none of the chemical is sucked inside the unit. The chemical components will accumulate inside the unitdepending on your physical condition, you may react to the irritation which is bad for your health. When used in conjunction with a humidifier, keep mist from being directly drawn into the unit. Mists can lead to electric shock and/or equipment damage. Do not block the intake or outlet. Blocked openings can reduce capacity (air will not be cleaned throughout the entire room) and/or damage the equipment. Do not place any containers which hold water such as goldfish bowls or flower vases on or close to the unit. If water gets inside the unit, electric shock or malfunction may occur. Do not wipe with benzine or thinner, or spray with insecticide. Such substances can cause cracking, electric shock and/or fire. If not using the unit for long periods of time, unplug the power cable. Dielectric breakdown can lead to leakage current and subsequently electrical shock and or short-circuit may occur causing a fire. If the power plug is unplugged, be sure to hold and pull out the end of the power plug without holding the power cord. There is a chance that an electrical short or short-circuit may occur causing a fire. Do not operate with a pre-filter or filter removed. Malfunction may occur. • Do not sit on, stand on or shake the unit. Malfunction may occur. • Do not use when the unit is on its side or leaning. Malfunction may occur. • When using another burner at the same time, actively ventilate the area. This unit cannot remove carbon monoxide. If the ventilation is not sufficient, carbon monoxide poisoning may occur. Toxic substances such as cigarettes (carbon monoxide) cannot be removed. • Do not use close to lighting equipment (within 1m). The reception sensitivity of the remote control may be reduced and the color may change. 2 Photocatalytic Air Purifiers 13 Operation Manual 4.2 SiENBE81-623A Names and Operation of each Part Names and Operation of each Part Main unit Front 6 4 8 Shock-absorbing material (cardboard) 13 12 3 5 Be sure to remove the shock-absorbing material before operating. (page 5.) 10 11 2 Pleated filter Rear 16 14 15 17 18 19 19 14 7 9 1 20 1 Front panel 14 Air inlet 2 Main unit display (page 4.) 15 Remote control storage slot Shows operation status. 3 Pre-filter (green) Removes comparatively large material and dust. Stores the accessory remote control. 16 Handle Use when moving the main unit. 4 Plasma ionizer 17 Air outlet 5 Bio-antibody filter (white) 18 Negative ionization assembly Absorbs viruses. 6 Ionizing frame 7 Ionized wire Small dust particles which are not captured by the pre-filter are positively charged to that they can be more easily absorbed by the negatively-charged pleated filter. 8 Streamer discharger 9 Opposing pole plates Generates negative ions. Functions to combine positively charged toxic substances in a room and neutralize and transform them. • If static electricity is applied, the amount of negative ions generated will be temporarily reduced. 19 Power supply cord hook Winds the power supply cord when storing the main unit. Do not wind the cord during operation. 20 Power supply cord 10 Pleated filter (front: white, back: blue) Absorbs dust particles using the principle of static electricity. 11 Deodorizing catalyst (black) Absorbs and decomposes elements which could not be removed before returning the air back to the room. Note: cannot be washed with water. 12 Filter container Six replacement pleated filters are included. 13 Ventilation fan 3 14 Photocatalytic Air Purifiers SiENBE81-623A Operation Manual Main unit display 1 2 4 3 5 13 6 Air is taken in from here and the dust sensor detects the dirty state of the air. 2 Clean monitor (Dust) Detects the dirty state of the air and indicates the results. Indicator 8 9 10 11 12 14 4 Automatic operation indicator (yellow) 1 Air intake for dust sensor Dust 7 15 Off On Green Low Lit during automatic operation. 5 Airflow rate indicator (green) (page 7.) Lit by the set airflow rate setting.(The air volume lamp is on during automatic or manual operation.) 6 Turbo mode indicator (green) (page 7.) Lit during turbo mode. 7 Anti-pollen mode indicator (page 7.) Lit during pollen mode. Yellow Green 8 Negative ion mode indicator (page 7.) Indicates during negative ion operation. Red Yellow Green High • In the following case, only the green light is on for the first 7 seconds regardless of pollution from the air. • Operation directly after setting the front panel or plasma ionizer • Operation directly after inserting the power plug • You can change sensitivity setting of the dust sensor lamp. 3 Clean monitor (Odor) Detects changes to odors and indicates the results. Odor Indicator Off 9 OFF timer setting indicator (yellow) (page 7.) Indicates the set OFF timer time.Indicates the remaining time after setting as the time passes. 10 Clean indicator (red) (pages 11, 12.) The lamp will blink for cleaning time of the plasma ionizer. 11 Replace indicator (red) / Reset button The lamp will be on for replacement time of the pleated filter and blink after certain time has elapsed from the turning on.*Press the reset button after replacement. (page 10.) 12 Lock lamp (page 7.) On Green Lit during lock. 13 Air intake for odor sensor Air is taken in from here and the odor sensor detects the odor state. Weak 14 Receiver Green Receives signals from the remote control. Yellow 15 Operation switch / stop button Green Yellow Red Each time this button is pressed, the operation mode switches as shown below. Strong • Reactions to sudden temperature/humidity changes and odorless gas (carbon monoxide) may occur. • There may not be any reaction for a uniform case without any changes to the intensity of the odor. • There may be no reaction to pet odors or garlic odors. • Different people have different sensitivity to odors so you may not notice an odor even though the lamp is green. • In the following case, only the green light is on for the first 1 minute and this state is regarded as the reference value of the odor sensor. • Operation directly after setting the front panel or plasma ionizer • Operation directly after inserting the power plug “ ” (Automatic) “ ” LL (Quiet) “ ” L (Low) “ ” M (Standard) (Stop) “ ” (Pollen) “ ” HH (Turbo) “ ” H (High) * During automatic operation the airflow rate at that time will also be lit. 4 Photocatalytic Air Purifiers 15 Operation Manual 4.3 SiENBE81-623A Preparation before Operation Preparation Before Operation Remote control setup Remote control • Do not drop or place the remote control in water. 1. Remote control preparations (Damage may occur.) • Do not press the remote control buttons with sharp objects. • Battery is already set in the remote control but the remote control cannot be used as is without first preparing it. Use the remote control after pulling out the clear sheet from the battery cover. (Damage may occur.) • The signals may not be received well of electronic lighting style fluorescent lamps (such as inverter fluorescent lamps) are in the same room. For these cases, discuss with the dealer. • If other electrical device operate by the remote control, either separate them from the remote control or discuss with the dealer. Attaching the pleated filter 2. Remote control storage WARNING • When the remote control is not being used, you can store it in the remote control storage slot. Set the filter while the power supply plug is not plugged in. CAUTION • The unit must be operated with a pre-filter. If they are not set and the unit is operated, malfunctions may occur. 3. Using the remote control • Point the transmitter of the remote control towards the receiver of the main unit. If an obstruction to the signal, such as a curtain, exists, the remote control will not operate. • The distance from which the remote control can transmit is approximately 6m. 1. Remove the front panel. • Place your fingers in the indentations on the bottom of the unit and pull forward, holding on to the bottom of the panel. Front panel Receiver 4. Battery replacement 1) Open the cover on the rear of the remote control towards the arrow. 2) Replace the battery with CR2025 battery. (Be sure to set the battery with the + side of the cover as shown in the figure.) 3) Close the cover to its original position. NOTE CAUTION • Do this before plugging the unit into a power supply. • Always install the pleated filter before running the unit. 2. Remove the shock-absorbing material and then remove the plasma ionizer. 1) Remove the shock-absorbing material. • Store the batteries where babies and children cannot reach them. If, by chance, a battery is swallowed, be sure to contact a doctor immediately. • When discarding batteries, cover the terminals of the batteries with tape. If mixed with other metal or batteries, heat, explosion or combustion may occur. Shock-absorbing material (cardboard) ATTENTION Battery • The included coin type battery is prepared for initial use. They will be consumed within 1 year from the manufacturing date of the air purifier. • A replacement target is approximately 1 year but if the reception becomes difficult, replace the batteries with new coin type battery CR2025. • Coin type battery close to the “recommended usage period” may need to be replaced soon. • In order to prevent malfunctions or injuries due to leaking or explosions, be sure to remove the coin type battery when the unit will not be used for a long period of time. 2) Holding the handle, lift towards yourself and remove from the top 2 hooks. Plasma ionizer Hooks (one left and one right) 5 16 Photocatalytic Air Purifiers SiENBE81-623A Operation Manual ! Attaching the bio-antibody filter 3. Attach the pleated filter. • Remove the pleated filter from the bag. The side with the three holes goes up 1. Remove the pre-filter. Pleated filter • Remove by pulling out in front while holding the tabs on top of the pre-filter. 1) Pull out in front to remove. 3) 3) 2) 4) 2) The white side should be facing you. Deodorizing Securing tape catalyst unit • Hook on the top and bottom hooks, insert into the left and right hooks, and then secure with the tape. Pre-filter 2. Attach the bio-antibody filter. • Hook the holes (2 locations) of the bio-antibody filter on the hooks (2 locations) of the plasma ionizer. Top hooks (2 locations) Holes (2 locations) 1) Place the pleated filter holes on the 3 upper tabs of the deodorizing catalyst unit. Bio-antibody filter 3. Restore the pre-filter. 2) Hook the holes of the pleated filter on the bottom hooks. (2 locations) • Hook the bottom part of the pre-filter on the bottom hooks (2 locations) of the plasma ionizer and then insert it into the left and right hooks (4 locations). Left and right hooks (4 locations) 3) Insert the pleated filter into the left and right hooks. Plasma ionizer Hooks (2 locations) 4) Secure the pleated filter with the tape. 4. Restore the front panel. • Hook the top hooks (3 locations) of the front panel on the grooves on top of the main unit and then close the panel. Top hooks (3 locations) Top grooves (3 locations) 4. Install the plasma ionizer in its original configuration. • Holding the handle, snap onto the 2 upper hooks and push in. • Insert the plasma ionizer fully. Hook Pre-filter Overhead view Front panel NOTE • Securely close the panel. Failing to do so may cause activation of the safety switch and out of unit operation. Plasma ionizer NOTE • Only run the unit with the pre-filter and pleated filter in place. If they are not in place, running the machine may break it. • If the front and blue sides of the pleated filter are reversed, the unit’s performance will suffer. ATTENTION • The bio-antibody filter is a dedicated filter to speed up virus elimination. Use it in winter when air is dry and virus is easy to grow. Change and storage (page 9.) *The air cleaning effect remains regardless of the attachment. 6 Photocatalytic Air Purifiers 17 Operation Manual SiENBE81-623A 4 When you want to quickly clean the air Preparation Before Operation Press the “ ” [TURBO] button. • A high airflow rate will quickly remove any dirtiness in the air. • This is convenient to use when cleaning. 5 When you want to remove pollen ! Installation of main unit To install the unit, comply with the following standards to ensure performance. <If installed on a table> Press the “ ” [ANTI-POLLEN] button. • Switching the airflow speed every 5 minutes between “ ” M (Standard) and “ ” L (Low) will catch pollen before they fall on the floor. 6 When you expel negative ions Min. 100cm Press the “ ” [RELAX] button. Pressing again will cancel. • Generates negative ions. Airflow 7 When you want to decide a time to stop operation Press the “ ” [OFF TIMER] button. • Each time it is pressed the timer setting switches as shown below. The remaining time will be lit in the “OFF timer setting indicator”. Min. 10cm Min. 50cm “ 1 ” (1 hour) Min. 50cm ATTENTION • If operated outside the conditions shown below, malfunction may occur. . • Indoor temperature 0-32°C • Indoor humidity 80% or less “ 2 ” (2 hour) “ 4 ” (4 hour) (Cancel) • When the set time is reached, the operation will automatically stop. • The set time can be changed if the button is pressed while the timer is operating. 8 When you want to change the brightness of the operation lamp and clean monitors Press the “ ” [BRIGHTNESS] button. • Each time it is pressed, the display will switch as shown below. (Dark) How to Operate (Off) (Standard) 9 When you want to prevent incorrect operation 9 1 2 3 4 5 6 8 7 Press the [ON/OFF] button. Pressing again will stop. NOTE 2 When you want to automatically switch the airflow rate Press the “ ” [AUTO] button. • Automatically adjusts the airflow rate to “ ” LL (Quiet), “ ” L (Low), “ ” M (Standard), “ ” H (high) in response to the dirty condition of the air. 3 When you want to manually switch the airflow rate Press the “ ” [FANSPEED] button. • Each time it is pressed the airflow rate switches as shown below allowing you to choose your desired flow. ” LL (Quiet) ! When you want to operate the unit using the button on the main unit When the remote control is not in your hand, you can use the “ ” [Operation Switch / Stop] button on the main unit without using the remote control. (page 4.) 1 When operating “ Press the “ ” [LOCK] button for 2 seconds. Pressing again for 2 seconds will cancel. • Stops the function of the button other than the “ ” [LOCK] button on the main unit and buttons on the remote control. • This makes it possible to prevent children from operating the unit incorrectly. • When you want to release the child lock settings and the remote controller is not in your hand, remove the power plug once and then reinsert it and operate the unit. “ ” L (Low) “ ” “ ” M (Standard) H (High) • The unit will not operate for 3 seconds after the front panel or plasma ionizer is set or power plug is inserted even though “ ” button on the remote control is pressed. • Operation will stop for safety when the front panel is opened during operation. • When an incorrect operation is performed during operation If the main unit display is abnormally on or remote control is disabled due to thunder or radio transmission during operation, pull the power plug and then re-insert it after 3 seconds. • The setting “ ” LL (Quiet) is a very slow airflow rate and is convenient when sleeping. • After setting “ ” LL (Quite) the power for cleaning the air decresases because of the operation at slow airflow rate. 7 18 Photocatalytic Air Purifiers SiENBE81-623A 4.4 Operation Manual Care and Cleaning Care and Cleaning Cleaning chart Cleaning the air inlet for the dust/odor sensor For cleaning, remove each part in the number order. For restoring each part, follow the opposite order. • Clean dusts clogged in the air inlet for the dust/odor sensor. • Use crevice nozzle of a cleaner for cleaning. CAUTION • Stop operation and pull the power plug before cleaning. Air inlet for the dust sensor Air inlet for the odor sensor 1 4 2 5 Cleaning the front panel • Wipe off the dirt with a cloth or tissue slightly soaked with water. • In the case of heavy dirt, wipe it off with a cloth soaked with mild detergent. 6 3 CAUTION • Do not use hard sponge. Scratch may result. 7 WARNING 1 Front panel (page 8.) • Do not use gasoline, benzene, thinner, polishing powder, keroseneor If gets dirty; wipe off alcohol. Crack, electric shock or fire may result. • Do not rinse the main unit. Electric shock, fire or breakdown may 2 Pre-filter (page 9.) result. Once in two weeks; clean 3 Bio-antibody filter (page 9.) 1 year after opening; replace Unwashable ATTENTION • Be careful not to scratch the 4 Plasma ionizer (pages 11, 12.) If the cleaning sign blinks; • Opposing pole plate; soak • Streamer discharger; soak • Ionizing frame (Ionized wire); soak 5 Pleated filter (page 10.) If the replacement sign turns on or blinks; replace 6 Deodorizing catalyst unit (page 15.) If it gets dirty, without removing from the main unit; vacuum Unwashable 7 Air inlet for the dust/odor sensor (page 8.) If clogged; vacuum WARNING During maintenance you must stop the operation and remove the power plug from the electrical outlet. Electric shock or injury may occur. CAUTION Do not wash the main unit with water. If water gets inside the unit, electric shock or malfunction may occur. front or damage the rear protrusions of the removed front panel. In particular, the rear protrusions function as a safety switch to turn OFF thpower if the front panel is opened. If damaged, the unit will not operate. Rear side of front panel Protrusion NOTE If the front panel is not correctly set on the main unit, the unit will not operate. WARNING • Do not touch the safety switch on back of the hole on bottom of the main unit. Electric shock may result. Bottom hole 8 Photocatalytic Air Purifiers 19 Operation Manual SiENBE81-623A Care and Cleaning ! Cleaning the pre-filter NOTE It is recommended to clean the pre-filter every two weeks. • Securely close the panel. Failing to do so may cause activation of 1. Remove the front panel. the safety switch and out of unit operation. • Lay your finger to the dent at bottom of the main unit, hold bottom part of the panel and then pull it up. Front panel CAUTION • Do not dry at a location directly exposed to the sun. • Do not clean with water hotter than 50°C. • Do not burn with fire.Color changes or deformation may occur and the unit may become unusable. 2. Remove the pre-filter. • Remove by pulling out in front while holding the tabs on top of the prefilter. Pull out in front to remove. Replacing the bio-antibody filter (The bio-antibody filter should be replaced around once a year.) 1. Remove the front panel. (See the left figure.) 2. Remove the pre-filter. (See the left figure.) 3. Replace the bio-antibody filter with new one. • Remove a used bio-antibody filter from the hooks (2 locations) on top of the plasma ionizer. • Hook the holes (2 locations) of a new bio-antibody filter on the hooks (2 locations) on top of the plasma ionizer. Pre-filter 3. Clean the pre-filter. • After using a vacuum cleaner to remove any dust, clean with water. • If it is very dirty, use a soft brush or a neutral cleaner to clean then dry well in the shade. Top hooks (2 locations) Holes (2 locations) Bio-antibody filter 4. Install the pre-filter in its original position. (See the left figure.) 5. Restore the front panel. (See the left figure.) NOTE • “Cleaning sign” may blink if any droplet remains. NOTE Replacing the bio-antibody filter 4. Install the pre-filter in its original position. • Hook the bottom part of the pre-filter on the bottom hooks (2 locations) of the plasma ionizer and then insert it into the left and right hooks (4 locations). Left and right hooks (4 locations) Hooks (2 locations) Contact your dealer for replacement bio-antibody filter. Life of the bio-antibody filter is about 1 year after opening. If you do not use the bio-antibody filter for a long time, store it away from direct sunlight without opening. Plasma ionizer 5. Restore the front panel. • Hook the top hooks (3 locations) of the front panel on the grooves on top of the main unit and then close the panel. Top hooks (3 locations) Top grooves (3 locations) Hook Overhead view Front panel 9 20 Photocatalytic Air Purifiers SiENBE81-623A Operation Manual Replace a pleated filter (Replace the pleated filter when the “replace indicator” on the main unit display turns on or blinks.) 5) Insert the pleated filter into the left and right hooks. turn on 1. Remove the front panel. (page 9.) 2. Remove the plasma ionizer. Holding the handle, lift towards yourself and remove from the top 2 hooks. 4. Restore the plasma ionizer and the front panel. (page 6. 5. Insert the power plug. 6. Press the reset switch on the main unit display. Hooks (one left and one right) Plasma ionizer Press the reset switch with a sharp material such as a tooth pick to turn off the replacement sign. (It will beep.) 3. Replace a pleated filter with new one. 1) Remove a used pleated filter. • Remove a pleated filter from the tape at bottom of the deodorization catalytic unit and then unhook the hooks (3 locations on top and 2 locations on bottom). Top hooks (3 locations) Deodorizing catalyst unit Pleated Filter Bottom hooks (2 locations) Securing tape 2)Take out a new pleated filter (1 sheet) and then attach it to the deodorization catalytic unit. • Hook on top and bottom hooks, insert into left and right hooks and then secure with the tape. 3)Place the pleated filter holes on the 3 upper tabs of the deodorizing catalyst unit. The side with the three holes goes up. NOTE Replace a pleated filter Contact your dealer for replacement pleated filter. It is not necessary to replace a pleated filter until the replacement sign turns on or blinks. When the replacement sign turns on, replace a filter even though it is not dirty. * Apparent dirt is not proportional to filter performance. The replacement timing of the pleated filter differs depending on usage and installed place. The replacement sign turns on after a year of everyday use in a home where 10 cigarettes are smoked per day. (The replacement timing will be shorten for use in a heavily air polluted place.) Remove the plasma ionizer CAUTION When cleaning be careful not to cut your hands on the ionizing line. (Wearing rubber gloves is safer.) 1. Remove the front panel. The white side should be facing you. 4) Hook the holes of the pleated filter on the bottom hooks. (2 locations) • Lay your finger to the dent at bottom of the main unit, hold bottom part of the panel and then pull it up. Front panel 2. Remove the pre-filter. (page 9.) 10 Photocatalytic Air Purifiers 21 Operation Manual SiENBE81-623A Care and Cleaning 3. Remove the bio-antibody filter. Remove the bio-antibody filter from hooks (2 locations) at top of the plasma ionizer. Clean the plasma ionizer (If “cleaning sign” on the main unit display blinks) Top hooks (2 locations) Blink CAUTION Stop operation before cleaning and be careful not to cut your hands with the opposing pole plate or ionizer wires. (It is safer to use rubber gloves.) Bio-antibody filter 4. Remove the plasma ionizer. • Holding the handle, lift towards yourself and remove from the top 2 hooks. Plasma ionizer 1) Ionizing frame 3) Streamer discharger Hooks (one left and one right) Plasma ionizer 5. Remove the opposing pole plates at back of the plasma ionizer. Open the knob of the ionizer frame and hold up the opposing pole plate to remove. Be careful not to catch in the internal ionizer wires. It is easier to remove if lifted from outside. 2) Ionized wire 4) Opposing pole plates CAUTION There are ionizer wires at back of the opposing pole plate. When attaching or removing, be careful not to cut them. “Cleaning sign” blinks if operated while the ionizer wires are cut. The dust elimination efficiency deteriorates while the sign is blinking. If the ionizer wires should be cut, replacement is necessary. Contact your dealer. Knob Ionizing frame Opposing pole plate Ionized wire Open 6. Remove the streamer discharger. • Insert your finger into the hole on top (hole with then gently pull up the streamer discharger. mark) and Streamer discharger 11 22 Photocatalytic Air Purifiers SiENBE81-623A Operation Manual Contents Remove each part. 1) Ionizing frame 2) Ionized wire (page 11.) 3) Streamer discharger (page 11.) 4) Opposing pole plate (page 11.) Vacuum dusts on the surface with a cleaner. Vacuum Caution Do not remove the screws on the ionizer or streamer discharger. Breakdown may result. Soak in water or warm water with liquid mild detergent. (about 1 hour) Soak in water with detergent Clean off the dirt with a cloth or soft brush. Wipe off Scrub down Wipe off Wipe the dirt off (For detail, see page 13.) (For detail, see page 13.) Caution Be sure to do in a shower-proof place such as bathroom or sink in a kitchen. Use only specified volume of liquid mild detergent. Do not use powder detergent or alkaline detergent and scrub with hard sponge. Distortion or damage to the equipment may result. Rinse with running water. Rinse well Soak in water or warm water to remove detergent. (about 30 minutes) Soak in water or warm water Caution Soak well, as “cleaning sign” may be on even after cleaning if any detergent remains. Rinse with running water and then dry. Rinse well Caution Be careful not to leave bits of tissue such as cloth. Malfunction may result. Dry in the breezy shade. (about 1 day) Dry in the shade Caution Do not expose to direct sunlight. Resin part may be discolored or distorted. Dry in the shade, as “cleaning sign” may be on even after cleaning if any moisture remains. Attach each part. (page 14.) (page 14.) (page 14.) 12 Photocatalytic Air Purifiers 23 Operation Manual SiENBE81-623A Care and Cleaning CAUTION When cleaning the unit, be careful not to cut your hands with the opposing pole plate or ionizer wires. (It is safer to use rubber gloves.) When cleaning the unit, be careful not to cut the ionizer wires. Be sure to do in a shower-proof place such as bathroom or sink in a kitchen. Use only specified volume of liquid mild detergent. Do not use powder detergent or alkaline detergent and scrub with hard sponge. Distortion or damage to the equipment may result. 1) Ionized wire 3) Ionizing frame Clean off the resin part with a soft cloth. Use a cotton bud to wipe off dirt of odd-shaped area where your finger does not reach. Be careful not to leave bits of tissue. Malfunction may result. 2) Streamer discharger 3) Ionizing frame Cleaning the plasma ionizer 1) Ionized wire (8 pieces) Clean off the ionizer wires and peripheral resin part with a soft cloth. Cotton bud * Gently wipe off the ionizer wires. Pulling hard may cut them. * Use a cotton bud to wipe off dirt of odd-shaped area. 2) Streamer discharger Clean off the internal resin part with a soft cloth. (For removal, see page 11.) NOTE If the ionizer wires are cut; Replacement is necessary. Contact your dealer. Discharge needle *2 : Resin part *1 *1 Wipe off only the resin part. *2 Do not touch the discharge needle. Bending the needle will reduce deodorizing performance. 13 24 Photocatalytic Air Purifiers SiENBE81-623A Operation Manual Assembling the plasma ionizer 2. Attach the streamer discharger. 1. Attach the opposing pole plates. 1) Securely insert the opposing pole plate into the hooks (2 locations in the middle) of the plasma ionizer. 1) Insert bottom of the streamer discharger to the ionizer frame. Insert downward 2) Attach the opposing pole plate while opening the knobs (one at a side) of the plasma ionizer. 2) Insert top of the streamer discharger. Open 3) Insert securely until it clicks. 3)Confirm if it is attached securely. 4) Attach another side of the opposing pole plate. 14 Photocatalytic Air Purifiers 25 Operation Manual SiENBE81-623A Care and Cleaning Cleaning the deodorization catalytic unit Vacuum dusts with a cleaner without removing from the main unit. (Do not wash.) NOTE If the operation of 4. is not performed, the unit will not return to normal operation mode. If the operation of 4. is performed, during the settings, the settings will not be correct. When the sensitivity is set high, it will become difficult for the sensor lamp to go out. Optional accessories For replacement pleated filter and bio-antibody filter, contact your dealer. Part name Sensitivity settings of the dust sensor The sensitivity of the sensor differs depending on the size of room, installation place, and type of dirt. Change the sensor sensitivity if you don’t like it. ” on the main unit for 10 seconds with the 1. Press “ remote control pointed at the main unit while holding “ ”. The receiving tone sounds, one of “ ” L (Low), “ ” M (Standard) and “ ” H (High) lamps blinks for 5 seconds, and then the lamp corresponding to the set sensitivity turns on. 2. Change the settings using the “ Stop] button of the main unit. ” [Operation switch/ Switches each time it is pressed. The settings is shown in the airflow rate indicator. Airflow speed display “ ” L (Low) “ ” M (Standard) “ ” H (High) Dust sensor sensitivity High (Sensor display becomes easy to light.) Normal (setting when shipped) Low (Sensor display will have difficulty coming on.) Part number Pleated filter (7 sheets) KAC972A4E Bio-antibody filter (1 sheet) KAF972A4E If used with dirty parts; Cannot obtain air clean effect. Cannot obtain deodorization effect. Odor may arise. Disposal requirements Your Daikin product is marked with this symbol. This means that electrical and electronic products shall not be mixed with unsorted household waste. Disposal of this product must be done in accordance with relevant local and national legislation. By disposing of this product correctly, you will help ensure its proper treatment, recovery and recycling, thus preventing potential negative consequences for the environment and human health. Please contact your local authority for more information. Batteries must be removed from the remote control and disposed of separately in accordance with relevant local and national legislation. 3. When you decide on the settings, point the remote control at the main unit and press the “ ” [OFF TIMER] button. The receive sound will beep and the setting lamp will flash. 4. Unplug the power plug one time and then after 3 seconds or more plug it in again. This completes the settings. Airflow rate indicator Operation switch / stop button Off timer button 15 26 Photocatalytic Air Purifiers SiENBE81-623A 4.5 Operation Manual Troubleshooting Frequently asked questions Question 1. The dust sensor does not change from the red (green) lamp. 2. The sensitivity of the dust sensor seems to be bad (or too good). 3. Can I wash the deodorization catalytic unit? Is replacement necessary? 4. What to do if the ionizer wires are cut? 5. Is not a problem to use while the cleaning sign is blinking? Answer This is due to dusts built up in the dust sensor. Vacuum dusts from the air inlet with a crevice nozzle of a cleaner and then manually operate the unit for a while. The sensor will go back to normal. This is because react time of the dust sensor differs depending on the size of room. If the unit is installed at the lower position of a room, reaction to smoke of cigarettes or others may be bad. Re-install the unit at the higher place such as on a shelf. If the sensitivity is still bad, adjust the sensor with sensitivity settings. The deodorization catalytic unit cannot be washed. (The unit will be ruined.) Vacuum dusts with a cleaner without removing from the main unit. Replacement is not necessary. If the ionizer wires should be cut, replacement is necessary. Contact your dealer. While the cleaning sign is blinking, electric dust collection and deodorization functions remarkably deteriorate as electricity supply to the ionizer wires and streamer discharger stops for safety. Be sure to inspect inside until the sign turns off. (Blinking is not a problem from a safety viewpoint.) Trouble Shooting Investigate the problem once again before requesting repairs. Case Does not operate. The four airflow rate displays, LL (Quiet), L (Low), M (Standard) and H (High) are flashing at the same time. Check Is the power plug unplugged? Measure Securely insert it. Is the front panel correctly set? Securely set it. Are the battery of the remote control dead? Replace with new battery. (page 5.) Is there any foreign matter in the air outlet? Remove the foreign matter. For other cases, contact your dealer. Is the unit installed at a location where the flow does not pass or are there obstructions close to the unit? Remove the obstruction. Is there too much dust in the pre-filter or pleated filter? Clean or replace. (pages 5, 6, 9) Air does not come out. Cleaning effect is not obtained. Television screen is distorted. Crackling, buzzing, and fizzes sounds are audible during operation. Odor is coming from the air outlet. The cleaning sign does not turn off or blinks again even after cleaning the plasma ionizer. Is too much odors or smoke being generated? For this case, contact your dealer. Is a television or radio installed within 2m of this unit or is an indoor antenna being used close to this unit? Separate the television, radio and indoor antenna from this unit by 2m or more. Is the power cord or antenna of the television or radio close to this unit? Separate the power cord and antenna of the television or radio as much as possible away from this unit. Is the plasma ionizer securely set? Securely set it. Is dust adhering to the ionizing line of the plasma ionizer (resin part)? Clean the plasma ionizer. (pages 11, 12.) Has water entered into the spurt hole moistening the negative ionization assembly? The streamer discharger makes a fizzes sound. Is a large amount of odor being generated temporarily? (Many people smoking or grilling meat.) If the negative ionization assembly is dry, the sound will go away. This is not abnormal. If operated, the odor will gradually go away. Have you moved the main unit to another room? Odor from the original room may smell. If the pre-filter or plasma ionizer dirty? Clean it. (pages 9, 11, 12, 13.) Is the plasma ionizer set securely? Securely set it. Are not droplets left in the opposing pole plates or other places? Wipe off droplets. Are not bits of tissue left in the plasma ionizer? Remove bits of tissue. Did you rinse and soak the plasma ionizer well after washing the plasma ionizer with detergent? Soak well. Are not the ionizer wires cut? Contact your dealer. 16 3P167171-1E Photocatalytic Air Purifiers 27 Optional Accessories SiENBE81-623A 5. Optional Accessories 5.1 Dimensions 5.1.1 Pleated Photocatalytic Filter KAC972A4E Specifications Model Item Material No. of packages KAC972A4E Non-woven fabric (electrostatic) (Antibacterial and antiviral agent impregnated) 7 Notes: 1. Replacement guideline: Every year (for about 7 years in total) 2. Appearance color: White (front), blue (back) 338 100 12 130 260 C:3JHB10512 5.1.2 Bio-Antibody Filter KAF972A4E Specifications Model Item Material No. of packages 344 11 168 (b) Bio-antibody filter Model : KAF972A4E Part detail 6 Notes: 1. Replacement guideline: About 1 year (after unpacking) 2. Appearance color: White [Storage and handling precautions] • If you do not use the filter soon, store it in a cool, dry place that is not exposed to direct sunlight. • The filter color density may become different for production technique reasons. The performance is not affected. • Unpack the filter just before use. (Otherwise the performance may be affected or the quality degraded.) • Dispose of the vinyl bag just after unpacking. Otherwise a child may play with it (pulling it over his/her head, for example), resulting in an accident. • Keep the package out of children's reach. • Dispose of a used filter as noncombustible waste. For details, follow your local waste sorting rules and regulations. 288 325 6 KAF972A4E Polyester/rayon non-woven fabric (a) Filter 1 (b) Sheet 1 72 (a) 328 C:3JHB10513 28 Photocatalytic Air Purifiers SiENBE81-623A Troubleshooting 6. Troubleshooting 6.1 Basic Inspection Good bye! (1) Is the connector for the PCB plugged in? Or is there any poor connection? Where are you going? Connect firmly! Broken! Pulle d ou t! (2) Is the wire harness broken? !It is not malfunction Red lamp is blinking. Time for cleaning the plasma ionizer. Red lamp is on or blinking. Replace the pleated filter and press the reset button. !Troubleshooting with Airflow Rate Indicator The airflow rate indicators blink simultaneously. The DC fan is locked. Photocatalytic Air Purifiers 29 Troubleshooting 6.2 SiENBE81-623A Troubleshooting 6.2.1 Equipment does not operate, or operation lamps does not light. Caution 1 Be sure to turn off power switch before connect or disconnect connector, or parts damage may be occurred. Models Covered 5 Troubleshooting Diagnosis MC707VM-S MC707VM-W Is AC cord plugged in? Or is breaker "ON"? 2 Plug in AC cord. Set breaker to “ON”. No Yes Method of Malfunction Detection Close the panel firmly. Is the panel closed certainly? Do other appliances operate? No Is there power failure? Yes No Yes 3 Remedy Is 220-240V supplied? Malfunction Decision conditions No Yes Is rated voltage within ±10%? No Wait for power restoration. When unspecified voltage is applied, replace power supply PCB. (Varistor or fuse may be damaged.) Contact power company. Yes Is operation possible with remote control? 4 Supposed Causes • The unit is not turned on. • Unspecified voltage is used. • The safety device is activated due to poor assembly of the panel. • Front panel switch is defective. • The PCB is defective. Yes (Cannot operate with ON/OFF switch on unit) Replace ON/OFF switch cover. (Replace display PCB). No Is operation possible with ON/OFF switch? Yes (Cannot operate with remote control) Go to “6.2.2. Remote control sends signals erratically”. No Remove panel. Is protrusion on the rear panel damaged? Yes Rear side No Front panel switch operation check Press front panel switch with a thin stick, then press ON/OFF switch after 5 seconds. Front panel operation lamp light? No Replace panel. *Protrusion on front panel switch Protrusion Yes Replace panel (front panel switch is not securely mounted due to deformity). Replace the equipment or the power supply and control PCB. 30 Photocatalytic Air Purifiers SiENBE81-623A Troubleshooting 6.2.2 Remote control sends signals erratically. Caution 1 Be sure to turn off power switch before connect or disconnect connector, or parts damage may be occurred. Models Covered MC707VM-S MC707VM-W 5 Troubleshooting Diagnosis *Release child lock. Is battery correct? (2.5V or more?) 2 Method of Malfunction Detection Replace battery. No Replace remote control. No Replace display PCB. Check remote control for normal operation. Malfunction Decision conditions You can operate with ON/OFF switch on the unit, but not with remote control. Is there any inverter fluorescent lamps around the unit? Yes 4 No Check if infrared signal is sent from remote control. (Check with an infrared checker.) Is signal properly transmitted? 3 Remedy Change installation location. Supposed Causes • Remote control battery is exhausted. • Remote control is defective. • Display PCB is defective. • Malfunction is caused by inverter fluorescent lamps. Photocatalytic Air Purifiers 31 Troubleshooting SiENBE81-623A 6.2.3 Sensor LED remains lit. Caution 1 Be sure to turn off power switch before connect or disconnect connector, or parts damage may be occurred. Models Covered MC707VM-S MC707VM-W 5 Troubleshooting Diagnosis Remedy <Dust sensor unit LED> Put the plug in a socket while pressing the ON/OFF switch. 2 3 Method of Malfunction Detection Does LED light out for about 5 seconds? Yes No It is not malfunction. The sensor is detecting dust in the air. • Clean around the sensor. • Change the installation location. Replace the display PCB. (Preferably replace the sensor too.) Malfunction Decision conditions <Odor sensor LED> Check ambient humidity. 4 Supposed Causes • Wrong diagnosis (The red LED stays on while the dust sensor or odor sensor is sensing dust and moisture in the air. Such LED light-up has been wrongly judged as an error.) • Sensor failure (The display PCB is in trouble.) 80%RH or less? Yes Wait a while, then check again. Does LED remain lit? No 32 No Yes It is not malfunction. The sensor is detecting moisture in the air. • Change the installation location. • Reset the power. Replace display PCB (Preferably replace the sensor too.) It is not malfunction. • The sensor may be operating as room is oversized or open. Photocatalytic Air Purifiers SiENBE81-623A Troubleshooting 6.2.4 DC fan locks. Caution 1 Be sure to turn off power switch before connect or disconnect connector, or parts damage may be occurred. Models Covered MC707VM-S MC707VM-W 5 Troubleshooting Diagnosis Remedy Four airflow rate indicators blink simultaneously. 2 Method of Malfunction Detection Abnormality of the fan motor is detected by revolutions with the Hall IC while the fan motor is running. Retry to operate with ON/OFF switch. Airflow rate indicators blink then go off. Is fan motor connector off? No 3 Malfunction Decision conditions When the fan motor is not revved up. 4 NOTE: If connector is unplugged with unit turned on, fan motor may be damaged. (Turn off power before plugging in connector.) Yes Correct. Replace the fan motor. • When the indicators blink after restarting, replace the power supply and control PCB. Supposed Causes • Fan motor is defective. • Power supply and control PCB is defective. • Connector is off. Photocatalytic Air Purifiers 33 Troubleshooting SiENBE81-623A 6.2.5 LED automatically operates. Caution 1 Be sure to turn off power switch before connect or disconnect connector, or parts damage may be occurred. Models Covered MC707VM-S MC707VM-W 5 Troubleshooting Diagnosis Remedy *Entering demo mode Keep holding down reset switch and turn on power. LED may be in demo mode. Exit demo mode. 2 Method of Malfunction Detection Unplug unit or turn off power. Restart. Does unit beep after 3 seconds? No Demo mode is exited. Yes 3 Malfunction Decision conditions 4 Supposed Causes The unit is in demo mode as reset switch is blocked. Check it. • Malfunction (demo mode) • The reset switch is blocked. 34 Photocatalytic Air Purifiers SiENBE81-623A Removal Procedure 7. Removal Procedure 7.1 Removal of the Front Panel / Filters Warning Be sure to wait 10 minutes or more after turning off all power supplies before disassembling work. Procedure Points 1. Appearance Rear topside ON/OFF button Dust sensor * The upper part of the panel is roundish. When assembling, slide the panel in upright position for easy installation. 2. Removing the front panel (1) Hold both sides of the front panel and pull out the panel toward yourself. Photocatalytic Air Purifiers Odor sensor Front panel 35 Removal Procedure SiENBE81-623A Procedure Points * The projection at the back side of the front panel operates the safety switch. Be careful not to transform the projection. (2) Lift the panel to undo the hooks. Now detach the panel. Projection (backside) Knobs 3. Removing the prefilter (1) Bend the pre-filter slightly and detach the two upper knobs. Hooks Hooks Pre-filter * When assembling, catch the lower hooks first and then the right and left hooks. (2) Lift the pre-filter and release it from the lower hooks. Hooks 36 Photocatalytic Air Purifiers SiENBE81-623A Removal Procedure Procedure Points Hooks 4. Removing the BioAntibody Filter (1) Bend the fixing part slightly to undo upper two hooks. * When assembling, catch the bottom hooks. (Unless the hooks are caught, the pre-filter, which uses the same hooks, cannot be assembled.) Bio-Antibody Filter Hooks Photocatalytic Air Purifiers 37 Removal Procedure SiENBE81-623A Procedure Points 5. Removing the plasma ionizer unit (1) Hold the grips of the plasma ionizer unit. Pull the unit toward yourself to release its bottom. Plasma ionizer unit (2) Lift the unit to undo the hooks. Now detach the unit. 38 Photocatalytic Air Purifiers SiENBE81-623A Removal Procedure Procedure Points 6. Removing the pleated filter (1) Undo the three hooks. Pleated filter (2) The filter is made of fiber. Undo the hook with stretching the filter. Hooks (3) Zoomed up view of the upper hooks. Photocatalytic Air Purifiers 39 Removal Procedure SiENBE81-623A Procedure Points (4) Undo the two bottom hooks and remove the filter. Hooks * When assembling, stick the Velcro. (5) A piece of Velcro is at the bottom. Velcro (6) Zoomed up view of the bottom hooks. 40 Photocatalytic Air Purifiers SiENBE81-623A Removal Procedure Procedure Points (7) Take out the spare filter from the holder. Pleated filter holder (8) Take out the filter from the bag and attach it. Photocatalytic Air Purifiers 41 Removal Procedure SiENBE81-623A Procedure Points 7. Removing the deodorizing catalytic filter (1) Undo the right and left hooks. (2) Undo the bottom hook and remove the deodrizing catalytic unit. Deodrizing catalytic unit 42 Photocatalytic Air Purifiers SiENBE81-623A Removal Procedure Procedure Points (3) Undo the two hooks at the bottom and remove the deodorizing catalytic filter. (4) When assembling, catch the bottom hooks, slightly bend the filter itself and fit it into position. Photocatalytic Air Purifiers Deodorizing catalytic filter 43 Removal Procedure 7.2 SiENBE81-623A Removal of Streamer Electric Discharge Unit Warning Be sure to wait 10 minutes or more after turning off all power supplies before disassembling work. Procedure (1) Catch the upper hole with your finger and lift it up. Points Preparation in advance Streamer electric discharge unit * Remove the plasma ionizer unit. Part A Plasma ionizer unit. Part B (2) Zoomed up view of part A. (3) Zoomed up view of part B. 44 Part A Part B Photocatalytic Air Purifiers SiENBE81-623A Removal Procedure Procedure Points (4) Remove the screw. (5) Lift up and slide the unit to remove it. Photocatalytic Air Purifiers * When assembling, insert the upper narrow sheet metal. 45 Removal Procedure 7.3 SiENBE81-623A Removal of lonizing Wire Warning Be sure to wait 10 minutes or more after turning off all power supplies before disassembling work. Procedure Points Part A 1. Removing the counter grid (1) Undo the outer hook and lift the counter grid to detach. (2) Zoomed up view of part A. Counter grid Hook Hook * When assembling, fit the position in the groove. Part A Groove 46 Photocatalytic Air Purifiers SiENBE81-623A Removal Procedure Procedure Points Hook 2. Removing the ionizing wires CAUTION Be careful not to get your hands cut by the ionizing wires. (1) Pinch and detach the ionizing wires with pincers. * Once removed, the ionizing wires cannot be reused. * When cleaning the ionizing wires, do not remove them. (See the Operation Manual.) * If the air purifier is used with the wire cut, the clean indicator will blink after 24 hours. Ionizing wires Photocatalytic Air Purifiers 47 Removal Procedure 7.4 SiENBE81-623A Removal of Fan Motor Warning Be sure to wait 10 minutes or more after turning off all power supplies before disassembling work. Procedure Points 1. Removing the back cover * Point Note that the screws are provided deep at the front. (1) Remove the 2 screws from the front top. (2) Remove the 2 screws from the back cover. (3) Lift and detach the back cover from the main body. 48 Hooks for power supply cord Back cover Photocatalytic Air Purifiers SiENBE81-623A Removal Procedure Procedure Points 2. Removing the fan motor (1) The figure shows the wiring routes. (2) Peel the seal material. Seal material * Once removed, the seal material cannot be reused. (3) Disconnect the fan motor connectors. Photocatalytic Air Purifiers 49 Removal Procedure SiENBE81-623A Procedure Points (4) Remove the nut and pull out the fan. * When assembling, align the mark on the fan with the D cut on the motor shaft. Fan D cut (5) Lift and detach the harness retainer. (6) When assembling, put part A first in the groove, and then slide part B along the way. Part A Part B Harness retainer 50 Photocatalytic Air Purifiers SiENBE81-623A Removal Procedure Procedure (7) Remove the 3 screws from the lock plate and take out the fan motor. Points Lock plate * The motor and the harness are integrated together. * Make sure no washers are left behind the fan. Fan motor Photocatalytic Air Purifiers 51 Removal Procedure 7.5 SiENBE81-623A Removal of Electrical Box / PCB Warning Be sure to wait 10 minutes or more after turning off all power supplies before disassembling work. Procedure Points * Remove the back cover. * Disconnect the fan motor connector. 1. Disconnecting the faston terminal (1) Disconnect the terminal located at left. (2) Disconnect the terminal located at right. 2. Removing the electrical box (1) Remove the 2 screws from the front bottom. 52 * The screws are M4×12 in size. (The other ones are M4×16.) Use regular length of screws. Photocatalytic Air Purifiers SiENBE81-623A Removal Procedure Procedure Points * When assembling, fit the box in the groove. (2) Pull out the electrical box to detach. 3. Removing the PCB (1) Undo the 2 hooks at the back and take out the flame-proof plate. Flame-proof plate Photocatalytic Air Purifiers * When fitting the flameproof plate in position, be careful not to confuse the inserting positions. 53 Removal Procedure SiENBE81-623A Procedure (2) Disconnect the each connector. S8 Points S129 S35 S1 (3) Disconnect the connector S127 from the connector S128 of display PCB (A3P). 54 S127 Photocatalytic Air Purifiers SiENBE81-623A Removal Procedure Procedure (4) Disconnect the PCB connector. Points * When connecting, connect firmly not to be unfastened. (5) Undo the 2 hooks and remove the PCB. Photocatalytic Air Purifiers 55 Removal Procedure SiENBE81-623A Procedure (6) The figure at right shows the power supply and control PCB. Points * Lead-free solder PbF is used. S1 S35 S129 S127 Fuse AC250V 3.15A S8 (7) Undo the 4 hooks to remove the high voltage PCB (HVU). 56 Photocatalytic Air Purifiers SiENBE81-623A Removal Procedure Procedure Points (8) Remove the tape. (9) Undo the 3 hooks from the back to remove the display PCB. Hooks Photocatalytic Air Purifiers 57 Removal Procedure SiENBE81-623A Procedure Points (10) Undo the 2 hooks (1 each at right and left) from the top. (11) Undo the 3 hooks to remove the PCB. ON/OFF switch cover SW1 SW2 ON/OFF switch Filter reset switch Receiver 58 Odor sensor Photocatalytic Air Purifiers SiENBE81-623A Removal Procedure Procedure Points (12) Undo the hook from the dust sensor and push out the sensor from front. Dust sensor (13) Pinch the bulge of the safety door switch from inside to push out the switch. Photocatalytic Air Purifiers 59 ISO14001 assures an effective environmental management system in order to help protect human health and the environment from the potential impact of our activities, products and services and to assist in maintaining and improving the quality of the environment. "The present publication is drawn up by way of information only and does not constitute an offer binding upon Daikin Europe N.V.. Daikin Europe N.V. has compiled the content of this publication to the best of its knowledge. No express or implied warranty is given for the completeness, accuracy, reliability or fitness for particular purpose of its content and the products and services presented therein. Specifications are subject to change without prior notice. Daikin Europe N.V. explicitly rejects any liability for any direct or indirect damage, In the broadest sense, arising from or related to the use and/or interpretation of this publication. All content is copyrighted by Daikin Europe N.V.." Daikin units comply with the European regulations that guarantee the safety of the product. Naamloze Vennootschap Zandvoordestraat 300 B-8400 Oostende - Belgium www.daikin.eu BTW: BE 0412 120 336 RPR Oostende Daikin Europe N.V. is participating in the EUROVENT Certification Programme. Products are as listed in the EUROVENT Directory of Certified Products. ÉSiENBE81-623A,ËÍ Prepared in Belgium by Lannoo (www.lannooprint.be), a company whose concern for the environmont is set in the EMAS and ISO 14001 systems. Responsible Editor: Daikin Europe N.V., Zandvoordestraat 300, B- 8400 Oostende Daikin Europe N.V. is approved by LRQA for its Quality Management System in accordance with the ISO9001 standard. ISO9001 pertains to quality assurance regarding design, development, manufacturing as well as to services related to the product. SiENBE81-623A • 20 • 9/10/07 • Copyright © Daikin Daikin’s unique position as a manufacturer of air conditioning equipment, compressors and refrigerants has led to its close involvement in environmental issues. For several years Daikin has had the intension to become a leader in the provision of products that have limited impact on the environment. This challenge demands the eco design and development of a wide range of products and an energy management system, resulting in energy conservation and a reduction of waste.