Daikin RX20J3V1B Installation manual

Daikin RX20J3V1B Installation manual
3P141697-6D (M04B140A)
Selecting a Location for Installation of the Indoor Units
Safety Precautions
● The maximum allowable length of refrigerant piping, and the maximum allowable height difference between the
outdoor and indoor units, are listed below. (The shorter the refrigerant piping, the better the performance. Connect so
that the piping is as short as possible. Shortest allowable length per room is 9.8 ft.)
• Do not install the air conditioner where gas leakage would be exposed to open flames.
If the gas leaks and builds up around the unit, it may catch fire.
• Establish drain piping according to the instructions of this manual. Inadequate piping may cause water damage.
• Note for installing the outdoor unit. (For heat pump model only.) In regions of the country where the outside temperature is at or
below the freezing point, the drain may freeze. If so, it is recommended that an electric heater be installed in order to protect the drain from freezing.
Outdoor unit capacity class
Piping to each indoor unit
82 ft max.
If the flare nut is tightened too much, the flare nut may crack over time and cause refrigerant leakage.
• Do not touch the heat exchanger fins.
Failure to follow any of WARNING is likely to result in such grave consequences as death or serious injury.
Failure to follow any of CAUTION may in some cases result in grave consequences.
Outdoor Unit
• Be very careful about product transportation.
Some products use PP bands for packaging. Do not use any PP bands for a means of transportation. It is dangerous.
49 ft max.
Be sure to establish a proper
earth grounding connection.
• After completing installation, test the unit to check for installation errors. Give the user adequate
instructions concerning the use and cleaning of the unit according to the Operation Manual.
(A) Installation Manual
(Heat pump
unit only)
• Install the air conditioner according to the instructions given in this manual.
• Be sure to use the supplied or exact specified installation parts.
Use of other parts may cause the unit to come to lose, water leakage, electrical shock, fire or equipment damage.
An inadequate base or incomplete installation may cause injury or equipment damage in the event the unit falls off the base or comes loose.
(Failure to do so may cause abnormal heat, electric shock,fire or equipment damage.)
• Use the specified types of wires for electrical connections between the indoor and outdoor units. Follow all state and local electrical codes.
Firmly clamp the interconnecting wires so their terminals receive no external stresses. Incomplete connections or clamping may cause terminal overheating, fire or euipment damage.
• After connecting all wiring be sure to shape the cables so that they do not put undue stress on the electrical covers, panels or terminals.
Install covers over the wires. Incomplete cover installation may cause terminal overheating, electrical shock,fire or equipment damage.
• When installing or relocating the system, be sure to keep the refrigerant circuit free from all substances other than the specified refrigerant (R410A), such as air.
(Any presence of air or other foreign substance in the refrigerant circuit causes an abnormal pressure rise which may result in rupture, resulting in injury.)
• When installing the unit in a small room, take measures against to keep refrigerant concentration from exceeding allowable safety limits in the event of refrigerant leakage.
Contact the place of purchase for more information. Excessive refrigerant in a closed ambient can lead to oxygen deficiency.
6 Refrigerant Piping Work
Outdoor Unit
1) Choose a place solid enough to bear the weight and vibration of the unit, where the operation noise will not be amplified.
2) Choose a location where the hot air discharged from the unit or the operation noise will not cause a nuisance to the
neighbors of the user.
3) Avoid places near a bedroom and the like, so that the operation noise will cause no trouble.
4) There must be sufficient spaces for carrying the unit into and out of the site.
5) There must be sufficient space for air passage and no obstructions around the air inlet and the air outlet.
6) The site must be free from the possibility of flammable gas leakage in a nearby place.
7) Install units, power cords and inter-unit cables at least 9.5 feet away from television and radio sets. This is to
prevent interference to images and sounds. (Noises may be heard even if they are more than 9.5 feet away
depending on radio wave conditions.)
8) In coastal areas or other places with salty atmosphere of sulfate gas, corrosion may shorten the life of the air conditioner.
9) Since drain flows out of the outdoor unit, do not place under the unit anything which must be kept away from moisture.
● Use drain plug for drainage.
● If the drain port is covered by a mounting base or floor surface, place
additional foot bases of at least 1 3/16” in height under the outdoor unit’s feet.
● In cold areas, do not use a drain hose with the outdoor unit. (Otherwise, drain
water may freeze, impairing heating performance.)
3 Refrigerant Piping
Drain-water hole
Bottom frame
Drain plug
While pressing
Hose (available commercially,
inner dia. 5/8 in)
Torque wrench
Coat here with refrigeration machine oil
Piping union
Flare nut
(The refrigerant produces a toxic gas if exposed to flames.)
• After all installation is complete, check to make sure that no refrigerant is leaking.
(The refrigerant produces a toxic gas if exposed to flames.)
• During pump-down, stop the compressor before removing the refrigerant piping. If the compressor is still running and the shut-off valve is open during
pump-down, air will be sucked in when the refrigerant piping is removed, causing abnormally high pressure which could lead to equipment damage or and personal injury.
• During installation, attach the refrigerant piping securely before running the compressor.
If the compressor is not attached and the shut-off valve is open during pump-down, air will be sucked in when the compressor is run, causing
abnormally high pressure whichcould lead to equipment damage and personal injury.
• Install an leak circuit breaker, as required. If an leak circuit breaker is not installed, electric shock may result.
• Be sure to establish a ground. Do not ground the unit to a utility pipe, arrester, or telephone ground.
Incomplete or inadequate grounding may cause equipment damage, or electrical shock and personal injury. A high surge
current from lightning or other sources may cause damage to the air conditioner.
Flare nut tightening torque
When operating the air conditioner in a low outdoor ambient
temperature, be sure to follow the instructions described below.
1) To prevent exposure to wind, install the outdoor unit with its
suction side facing the wall.
2) Never install the outdoor unit at a site where the suction side
may be exposed directly to wind.
3) To prevent exposure to wind, it is recommended to install a
baffle plate on the air discharge side of the outdoor unit.
4) In heavy snowfall areas, select an installation site where the
snow will not affect the unit.
Construct a large canopy.
Construct a pedestal.
Flare nut for φ1/4
10.5-12.7 ft-lbf
Flare nut for φ3/8
24.1-29.4 ft-lbf
Valve cap tightening
Service port cap
tightening torque
7.9-10.8 ft-lbf
Install the unit high enough off the
ground to prevent burying in snow.
Flare nut for φ1/2
36.5-44.5 ft-lbf
Flare nut for φ5/8
45.6-55.6 ft-lbf
Gas pipe
35.5-44.0 ft-lbf
2. To prevent gas leakage, apply refrigeration machine oil on both inner and outer surfaces of the flare.
(Use refrigeration oil for R410A)
If no flare cap is
available, cover
the flare mouth
with tape to keep
dirt or water out.
Inter-unit wiring
Gas pipe
When using commercial copper pipes and fittings, observe the following:
● Insulation material: Polyethylene foam
Heat transfer rate: 0.041 to 0.052kW/mK (0.024 to 0.030 Btu/fth°F)
Refrigerant gas pipe’s surface temperature reaches 230°F max.
Choose heat insulation materials that will withstand this temperature.
● Be sure to insulate both the gas and liquid piping and to provide
insulation dimensions as below.
Liquid pipe
Gas pipe
Liquid pipe
Finishing tape
Pipe size
Pipe insulation
O.D.: 1/4” / Thickness: 0.031”
O.D.: 3/8”, 1/2” / Thickness: 0.031”
O.D.: 5/8” / Thickness: 0.039”
I.D.: 0.315-0.393” / Thickness: 0.393” min.
I.D.: 0.472-0.590” / Thickness: 0.511” min.
I.D.: 0.630-0.787” / Thickness: 0.511” min.
Drain hose
● Use separate thermal insulation pipes for gas and liquid refrigerant pipes.
Flare’s inner
surface must
be flaw-free.
1. Cut the pipe end with a pipe cutter.
2. Remove burrs with the cut surface facing
downward so that the chips do not enter the pipe.
3. Put the flare nut on the pipe.
4. Flare the pipe.
5. Check that the flaring is properly made.
(Cut exactly at
right angles.)
The pipe end must
be evenly flared in
a perfect circle.
Make sure that the
flare nut is fitted.
Remove burrs
Set exactly at the position shown below.
Liquid pipe
19.5-23.8 ft-lbf
Selection of copper and heat insulation materials
7 Flaring the Pipe End
Be sure to
place a cap.
● Protect the open end of the pipe against dust and moisture.
● All pipe bends should be as gentle as possible. Use a pipe bender for
(Bending radius should be 1 3/16” to 1 9/16” or larger.)
1. Align the centres of both flares and tighten the flare nuts 3 or 4 turns by hand. Then tighten them fully with the torque wrenches.
● Use torque wrenches when tightening the flare nuts to prevent damage to the flare nuts and escaping gas.
Cannot be installed hanging from ceiling or stacked.
• If any refrigerant has leaked out during the installation work, ventilate the room.
If the outdoor unit is positioned otherwise.
(If lower than one or more indoor units)
2 Drain Work
Precautions for Selecting the Location
• Install the air conditioner on a solid base that is level and can support the unit's weight.
• Be sure to use a dedicated power circuit. Never use a power supply shared by another appliance. Follow all appropriate electrical codes.
• For wiring, use a wire or cable long enough to cover the entire distance with no splices if possible.
Do not use an extension cord. Do not put other loads on the power supply. Use a only a separate dedicated power circuit.
Even though the shut-off valve is fully closed, the refrigerant may slowly leak out; do not leave the flare nut removed
for a long period of time.
Indoor Unit
● When installing the outdoor unit, refer to “Precautions for Selecting the Location” and the “Indoor/Outdoor Unit
Installation Drawings.”
● If drain work is necessary, follow the procedures below.
Incomplete installation may cause water leakage, electrical shock, fire or equipment damage.
Insufficient capacity or incomplete electrical work may cause electrical shock, fire or equipment damage.
1 Installing Outdoor Unit
There is on the bottom
packing case.
• Electrical work should be carried out in accordance with the installation manual and the national, state and local electrical wiring codes.
Outdoor Unit
98 ft
Cautions on pipe handling
Improper installation may cause water leakage, electrical shock, fire, or equipment damage.
Total length of piping for all rooms
25 ft max.
• Installation should be left to the authorized dealer or another trained professional.
Outdoor unit capacity class
difference: 25 ft
If the outdoor unit is positioned higher than the indoor
(B) Drain plug
Never attempt.
49 ft max.
(Heat pump
unit only)
Accessories supplied with the outdoor unit:
• The following safety symbols are used throughout this manual:
Be sure to observe this instruction.
Indoor Unit
Improper handling may result in injury.
• Read these Safety Precautions carefully to ensure correct installation.
• This manual classifies the precautions into WARNINGS and CAUTIONS. Be sure to follow all the
precautions below: they are all important for ensuring safety.
● When piping work is completed, it is necessary to purge the air and check for gas leakage.
Refer to “Purging Air and Checking Gas Leakage”.
● If the total length of piping for all rooms exceeds the figure listed below, additionally charge with 0.22 oz/ft of
refrigerant (R410A) for each additional feet of piping.
• Tighten the flare nut according to the specified torque. A torque wrench should be used.
Safety Precautions
4 Purging Air and Checking Gas Leakage
5 Charging with Refrigerant
148 ft max.
Total length of piping between all units
Outdoor Unit
Flare tool for R410A
Conventional flare tool
Clutch-type (Rigid-type) Wing-nut type (Imperial-type)
0 ~ 0.020”
0.039 ~ 0.059”
0.059 ~ 0.079”
Do not use mineral oil on flared part.
Prevent mineral oil from getting into the system as this would reduce the unit life.
Never use piping which has been used for previous installations. Only use parts which are provided with the unit.
Do never install a refrigerant drier to this unit.
The drying material may dissolve and damage the system.
Incomplete or improper flaring may cause refrigerant gas leakage.
• Be sure to install a ground fault circuit interrupter breaker. Failure to install a ground fault circuit interrupter breaker may result in electrically shocks or personal injury.
Precautions on Installation
Indoor/Outdoor Unit Installation Drawings
For installation of the indoor units, refer to the installation manual which was provided with the units.
(The diagram shows a wall-mounted indoor unit.)
Purging Air and Checking Gas Leakage
● Check the strength and level of the installation ground so that the unit will not cause any operating vibration or noise after installed.
● In accordance with the foundation drawing in fix the unit securely by means of the foundation bolts. (Prepare four sets of
M3/8” or M7/16” foundation bolts, nuts and washers each which are available on the market.)
● It is best to screw in the foundation bolts until their length are 3/4” from the foundation surface.
● Do not connect the embedded branch piping and the outdoor unit when only carrying out piping work without
connecting the indoor unit in order to add another indoor unit later.
Make sure no dirt or moisture gets into either side of the embedded branch piping.
See “6 Refrigerant Piping Work” in “Outdoor Unit” for details.
● It is impossible to connect the indoor unit for one room only. Be sure to connect at least 2 rooms.
● Install the unit horizontally.
● The unit may be installed directly on a concrete verandah or a solid place if drainage is good.
● If the vibration may possibly be transmitted to the building, use a vibration-proof rubber (field supply).
Allow 11.8 in of
work space below
the ceiling surface.
If there is the danger of the unit falling
or overturning, fix the unit with
foundation bolts, or with wire or other
1) Do not place any substance other than the specified refrigerant (R410A) into the refrigeration cycle.
2) When a refrigerant gas leak occurs, ventilate the room as soon and as much as possible.
3) R410A, as well as other refrigerants, should always be recovered and never be released directly into the
4) Use a vacuum pump for R410A exclusively. Using the same vacuum pump for different refrigerants may
damage the vacuum pump or the unit.
In order to protect the environment, be sure to pump
down when relocating or disposing of the unit.
(1) Remove the valve lid from liquid shut-off valve and gas
shut-off valve.
(2) Carry out forced cooling operation.
(3) After five to ten minutes, close the liquid shut-off valve
with a hexagonal wrench.
(4) After two to three minutes, close the gas shut-off valve
and stop forced cooling operation.
Gas shut-off valve
Liquid shut-off
Valve lid
(1) Connect projection side (on which worm pin is pressed) of charging hose (which comes from gauge manifold) to
gas shut-off valve’s service port.
Cut thermal insulation
pipe to an appropriate
length and wrap it with
tape, making sure that no
gap is left in the insulation
pipe’s cut line.
Wrap the insulation
pipe with the finishing
tape from bottom to top.
● If using additional refrigerant, perform air purging from the refrigerant pipes and indoor unit using a vacuum pump, then
charge additional refrigerant.
● Use a hexagonal wrench (3/16”) to operate the shut-off valve rod.
● All refrigerant pipe joints should be tightened with a torque wrench at the specified tightening torque.
pipe hole
with putty.
• When the piping work is completed, it is necessary to purge the air and check for gas leakage.
Pump Down Operation
Outdoor Unit Installation Guidelines
(2) Fully open gauge manifold’s low-pressure valve (Lo) and completely close its high-pressure valve (Hi).
(High-pressure valve subsequently requires no operation.)
● Where a wall or other obstacle is in the path of outdoor unit’s intake or exhaust airflow, follow the installation guidelines
● For any of the below installation patterns, the wall height on the exhaust side should be 4 ft or less.
(3) Apply vacuum pumping. Check that the compound pressure gauge reads –29.9 in Hg. Evacuation for
at least 1 hour is recommended.
Forced Operation
(1) Turn the Operation Mode switch (SW2) to “COOL.”
(2) Press the Forced Operation switch (SW1) to begin forced cooling. Press the Forced Operation switch (SW1) again to
stop forced cooling.
9.8 in from wa
Allow space for piping
and electrical servicing.
If the location does not have good
drainage, place the unit on a level
mounting base (or a plastic pedestal).
Install the outdoor unit in a level
position. Failure to do so may result in
water leakage or accumulation.
22 13/1
6 in
le cen
(4) Close gauge manifold’s low-pressure valve (Lo) and stop vacuum pump.
(Leave as is for 4-5 minutes and make sure the coupling meter needle does not go back.
If it does go back, this may indicate the presence of moisture or leaking from connecting parts. After inspecting all
the connection and loosening then retightening the nuts, repeat steps 2 – 4.)
Walls facing two sides
More than 3 15/16
t b s)
o e
(F entr
Wall facing one side
Service PC-board
More than 13 3/4
than 3 15/16
47 3/16
or less
More than 13 3/4
More than 1 15/16
(5) Remove covers from liquid shut-off value and gas shut-off valve.
More than 1 15/16
Top view
Side view
Level mounting base
(available separately)
Also insulate the connection on the outdoor unit.
(6) Turn the liquid shut-off valve’s rod 90 degrees counterclockwise with a hexagonal wrench to open valve.
Close it after 5 seconds, and check for gas leakage.
Using soapy water, check for gas leakage from indoor unit’s flare and outdoor unit’s flare and valve rods.
After the check is complete, wipe all soapy water off.
Walls facing three sides
Clamping material
Insulation tube
(7) Disconnect charging hose from gas shut-off valve’s service port, then fully open liquid and gas shut-off valves.
(Do not attempt to turn valve rod beyond its stop.)
Service lid
More than 3 15/16
Use tape or insulating material on all connections to
prevent air from getting in between the copper piping
and the insulation tube.
Be sure to do this if the outdoor unit is installed above.
More than 1 15/16
More than 13 3/4
Top view
(8) Tighten valve lids and service port caps for the liquid and gas shut-off valves with a torque wrench at the specified
torques. See “3 Refrigerant Piping” in “Outdoor Unit” for details.
Unit: in.
Operation Mode
switch (SW2)
Forced Operation
switch (SW1)
Test Run and Final Check
Priority Room Setting
1) Do not use spliced wires, stand wires, extension cords, or starbust connections, as they may cause overheating,
electrical shock, or fire. Follow all Local, and State electrical codes.
2) Do not use locally purchased electrical parts inside the product. (Do not overload the circuit by adding drain pump
or other electrical equipment to unit terminals.) Doing so may cause electric shock or fire.
3) Be sure to install an earth leak detector. (One that can handle higher harmonics.)
(This unit uses an inverter, which means that it must be used an earth leak detector capable handling harmonics in
order to prevent malfunctioning of the earth leak detector itself.)
4) When carrying out wiring connection, take care not to pull at the conduit.
● To test cooling, set for the lowest temperature. To test heating, set for the highest temperature. (Depending on the
room temperature, only heating or cooling (but not both) may be possible.)
● After the unit is stopped, it will not start again (heating or cooling) for approximately 3 minutes.
● During the test run, first check the operation of each unit individually. Then also check the simultaneous operation of all
indoor units.
Check both heating and cooling operation.
● After running the unit for approximately 20 minutes, measure the temperatures at the indoor unit inlet and outlet. If the
measurements are above the values shown in the table below, then they are normal.
● To use Priority Room Setting, initial settings must be made when the
unit is installed. Explain the Priority Room Setting, as described below,
to the customer, and confirm whether or not the customer wants to use
Priority Room Setting.
Setting it in the guest and living rooms is convenient.
About the Priority Room Setting function
The indoor unit for which Priority Room Setting is applied takes priority in
the following cases.
Temperature difference
between inlet and outlet
● Do not turn ON the safety breaker until all work is
(1) Strip the insulation from the wire (3/4”).
(2) Connect the connection wires between the indoor
and outdoor units so that the terminal numbers
match. Tighten the terminal screws securely. We
recommend a flathead screwdriver be used to
tighten the screws. The screws are packed with
the terminal board.
(1) Operation mode priority
Outdoor unit
Be sure to use the dedicated circuits.
Safety breaker
Indoor unit
Earth leakage
circuit breaker
(When running in one room)
Priority Room
Setting switch (SW4)
If the indoor unit which is set for Priority Room Setting is operating at
high power, the capabilities of other indoor units will be somewhat
reduced. Power supply gives priority to the indoor unit which is set for
Priority Room Setting.
To room B
Terminal board
(3) Quiet operation priority
Setting the indoor unit to quiet operation will make the outdoor unit
run quietly.
Slide the switch to the ON side for the switch that corresponds to the piping connected to the indoor unit to be set.
(In the figure below, it is room A.)
Once the settings are complete, reset the power.
Items to check
Check item
Setting procedure
When connecting the connection wires to the
terminal board using a single core wire, be sure to
perform curling.
Problems with the work may cause heat and fires.
Approx. 36 °F
● During cooling operation, frost may form on the gas shut-off valve or other parts. This is normal.
● Operate the indoor units in accordance with the included operation manual. Check that they operate normally.
(2) Priority during high-power operation
If the length of a connection wire is
33 ft or more, use AWG14 wires.
Tube (Field supply)
Thickness 0.02 inch
Length 23 inch
φ 1/2 or more
Approx. 14 °F
60Hz 208/230V
Room A
Terminal board
Service PC-board
The operation mode of the indoor unit which is set for Priority Room
Setting takes priority. If the set indoor unit is operating, all other
indoor units do not operate and enter standby mode, according to the
operation mode of the set indoor unit.
Be sure to only set one room
Use the specified wires and
connect them securely.
Shape the wires so that there is
no lifting of the service hatch or
other structural parts.
Consequences of trouble
Are the indoor units installed securely?
Falling, vibration, noise
Has an inspection been made to check for gas leakage?
No cooling, no heating
Has complete thermal insulation been done (gas pipes, liquid
pipes, indoor portions of the drain hose extension)?
Water leakage
Is the drainage secure?
Water leakage
Are the ground wire connections secure?
Danger in the event of a ground fault
Are the electric wires connected correctly?
No cooling, no heating
Is the wiring in accordance with the specifications?
Operation failure, burning
Are the inlets/outlets of the indoor and outdoor units free of
any obstructions?
Are the shut-off valves open?
No cooling, no heating
Do the marks match (room A, room B) on the wiring and
piping for each indoor unit?
No cooling, no heating
Is the priority room setting set for 2 or more rooms?
The priority room setting will not function.
● Have the customer actually operate the unit while looking at the manual included with the indoor unit. Instruct the
customer how to operate the unit correctly (particularly cleaning of the air filters, operation procedures, and
temperature adjustment).
● Even when the air conditioner is not operating, it consumes some electric power. If the customer is not going to
use the unit soon after it is installed, turn OFF the breaker to avoid wasting electricity.
● If additional refrigerant has been charged because of long piping, list the amount added on the nameplate on the
reverse side of the shut-off valve cover.
Lock nut
mounting plate
(3) Pull the wire and make sure that it does not
disconnect. Then fix the wire in place with a wire
Night Quiet Mode setting
Test Run and Final Check
● Before starting the test run, measure the voltage at the primary side of the safety breaker.
● Check that all liquid and gas shut-off valves are fully open.
● Check that piping and wiring all match. The wiring error check can be conveniently used for underground wiring and
other wiring that cannot be directly checked.
● If Night Quiet Mode is to be used, initial settings must be made when
the unit is installed.
Explain Night Quiet Mode, as described below, to the customer, and
confirm whether or not the customer wants to use Night Quiet Mode.
Wiring error check
About Night Quiet Mode
Service PC-board
Service PC-board
● This product is capable of automatic correction of wiring error.
The Night Quiet Mode function reduces operating noise of the outdoor
unit at nighttime. This function is useful if the customer is worried about
the effects of the operating noise on the neighbors.
However, if Night Quiet Mode is running, cooling capacity will be saved.
Press the “wiring error check switch” on the outdoor unit service
monitor print board. However, the wiring error check switch will not
function for one minute after the safety breaker is turned on, or
depending on the outside air conditions (See Note 2.). Approximately
10 – 15 minutes after the switch is pressed, the errors in the
connection wiring will be corrected.
Setting procedure
The service monitor LEDs indicate whether or not correction is
possible, as shown in the table below. For details about how to read
the LED display, refer to the service guide.
Remove the SW5 jumper switch.
Once the settings are complete, reset the power.
Night Quiet Mode
setting switch (SW5)
Install the removed jumper switch as described below. This switch
will be needed to later disable this setting.
Wiring error
check switch
If self-correction is not possible, check the indoor unit wiring and
piping in the usual manner.
All Flashing
Automatic correction impossible
Flashing One after another
Automatic correction completed
(One or more of LEDs 1 to 4 are ON) Abnormal stop [Note. 4]
Jumper switch
After removing
Wiring correct example
Terminal block
∗ The figure at left shows branch wiring.
From Room B
to the “living room”
COOL/ HEAT mode lock <S15>
From Room A
to the “bedroom”
Wiring error check
LED lighting sequence after a wiring correction.
● Use the S15 connector to set the unit to only cool or heat.
Setting to only cool (C): short-circuit pins 1 and 3 of the connector <S15>
Setting to only heat (H): short-circuit pins 3 and 5 of the connector <S15>
The following specifications apply to the connector housing and pins.
JST products Housing: VHR-5N
Note that forced operation is also possible in COOL/HEAT mode.
Order of LED flashing: 1 ➝ 2
COOL mode (C)
HEAT mode (H)
(1) LED 3 and 4 are not displayed.
(2) If the outside air temperature is 41 °F or less , the wiring error check function will not operate.
(3) After wiring error check operation is completed, LED indication will continue until ordinary operation starts.
This is normal.
(4) Follow the product diagnosis procedures. (Check the nameplate on the terminal board cover.)
3P141697-6D (M04B140A)
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